The Pawhuska City Council met for a regular scheduled meeting Tuesday evening at City Hall.
Bill Todd, the Administrator and Chairman of the Planning and Zoning Commission, was at the meeting making a recommendation to make an ordinance regarding fencing along residential property.
Bill Hughes, a Code Enforcer for the city, added very few cities in the state allow front yard fences. Those fences are are less than four feet tall. Hughes said no city allows a privacy fence in the front yard.
After hearing from Todd and Hughes, the council passed a resolution with a 3-2 vote allowing for the front yard fence to be no higher than four feet. Subjects must also be able to see through the fence.
The Council also sent out bids for two backup generators for the city of Pawhuska. They sent out bids last month as well, but the two generators they got weren't what they had hoped for.
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