CALIPATRIA — Niland-based Case Towing is seeking a contract with the city despite controversy between the city and the business three years ago.
Case Towing owner Theresa Bowers stood before the City Council in the public appearance portion of a council meeting Tuesday seeking a contract with the city.
City Manager Romualdo Medina said he was instructed by the council to place the issue on the next council agenda.
Case Towing previously provided service and maintenance for city police patrol units in Calipatria and provided towing services for vehicles the Police Department impounded or stored.
The agreement ended in July 1998 after the council voted unanimously to remove Case Towing from the list of towing companies the city used.