Liberal City Commission Meets

KSCB News - June 13, 2012 8:26 am

The Liberal City Commission met Tuesday night at 6:30pm for their regularly scheduled meeting. Among the items on the agenda, The commission heard a report from Pete Earles, the City Engineer, on upgrades that need to occur on the City’s Waste Water Treatment Plant. After a slide presentation and a Public Hearing, the Commission voted to pursue and submit an application for a KDH&E Revolving Loan. There needs to be one more Public Hearing on the matter before the application is submitted to the KDH&E. Commissioners also approved the installation of Highway signs marking designated truck routes around the city, which should significantly reduce the amount of truck traffic in the City. Commissioners also approved Mark Hall, Debbie Giskie, Chris Ford and Sally Yates on the Kansas Municipal Pool Account, and approved the purchase of Intuit QuickBooks Point Of Sale System for the Tourism Department. City Commissioners were also updated on several grants received and others that had been applied for by the Liberal Police Department, and approved the purchase of a McGruff The Crime Dog costume for the Police Department. The Costume will be used at various event around the City and in the schools as well. The next meeting of the Liberal City Commission is set for June26th.

 

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