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City Approves Funding For Kansas Small Business Development Center
11/11/2009

The Liberal City Commission met Tuesday, November 10, for their regularly scheduled meeting. The meeting took place at 6:30pm in the City Commission Chambers. Among the items on the agenda the Liberal City Commission voted to approve funding for the Kansas Small Business Development Center in the amount of $15,000.00. This is a partnership with SCCC/ATS with the facility to be housed at the Technical School. Mike O'Kane will head up the Center. The commission also approved several environmental and vehicle abatements and adopted the 2009 Uniform Public Offense Codes and the 2009 Standard Traffic Ordinances. B & H Paving of Scott City was once again the low bidder for the city's crack sealing. The bid was for 87 cents per pound for an estimated 75, 000 pounds of material to be used. The commission tabled the Kool Decking for Adventure Bay Water Park. The commission wants to make sure there are no leaks that need to be fixed before applying the material. Commissioners also approved up to $29,000.00 for traffic cameras for the 6 points intersection. These cameras will be traffic sensitive and allow the traffic signals to change according to the traffic flow. The next meeting of the Liberal City Commission is scheduled for Tuesday, November 24.

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