Liberal, KS

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City Commission Meets, Approves Insurance For The City

KSCB News - March 9, 2016 8:15 am

The Liberal City Commission met Tuesday evening for their regular scheduled meeting. Among the items on the agenda, the commission voted 3-2 to renew the Comprehensive Insurance for the City of Liberal with Al Shank Insurance in the amount of $536,953.00. The other bidder was Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. their bid was $470,677 which was lower than the Al Shank bid by over $66,000. The amount of the difference caused a split on the commission.

The Commission approved the purchase of crushed concrete services not to exceed $100,000, approved the bid from B&H Paving for a chip seal project in the city not to exceed $272,791.00, approved the purchase of a mosquito fogger and approved the final plat for Meadowlark Elementary School.

For the Police Department, the Commission approved the purchase of 3, 2016 Ford Police Interceptors from Foss Ford, and a Cellbrite Cellular Phone/Tablet Forensics equipment.

Commissioners also approved equipment purchases for the Recreation Department for the batting cages and the Arkalon Assault Run, and equipment and Livestreaming upgrades for the Technology Department.

The Commission announced the Annual State of the City Address will be Thursday, March 17th at 6:00pm in Room 229 at SCCC/ATS.

 

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