Watertown City Council to consider logo agreement, aviation consulting contract at Monday night meeting
Photo courtesy KWAT's Mike Tanner

May 2, 2022
Mike Tanner

WATERTOWN, S.D.–The Watertown City Council meeting tonight will include discussion on a letter of intent agreement to bring a North American Hockey League team to the city to play in a new ice arena that will be built.

The league is for post-high school players who are looking to earn a scholarship to play hockey at the collegiate level.

The city council will vote on whether to approve Indiana-based Volaire Aviation Consulting as Watertown’s new airport consultant at a cost of $132,000 for the next two years.

The council will hold the first reading of an ordinance regulating outdoor smoking shelters, and they’ll consider spending $7,500 for a company called Simpleview to provide a new visual identity brand and logo for the city of Watertown.

It’s also important to note what is NOT on tonight’s agenda. A proposed re-zoning for two large apartment buildings to be built at Lake Pelican was pulled from the agenda at the request of the applicant.