Liberal City Commission Meets, Approves Advisability of IRB’s for NBP Water Treatment Plant

Joe Denoyer - April 23, 2019 7:45 pm

The Liberal City Commission met Tuesday evening and after a public hearing, approved the Determining the Advisability of Issuing Taxable Industrial Revenue Bonds for National Beef’s Wastewater Treatment Plant. The Commission also approved a temporarily closing the shooting range while construction of the Wastewater Treatment Plant is taking place.

Purchases for the City’s IT Department included:

Workstation Replacements for $15,761.22

Data Center RAM Upgrade for $4,964.64

Microsoft Server Licensing for $23,665.72

Replacement Form Printer for $7,625.69

MDT Replacements for $23,406.36

and MDT’s for the Durangos  for $9,138.80

The City Commissioners approved the purchase of 2 used vehicles for the Investigations Division of the Police Department from Lewis Chevrolet. Approved was a 2016 Ford Fusion in the amount of $13,943 and a 2017 Chevy Malibu in the amount of $14, 057. Both vehicles still have factory warranties.

The Commissioners also approved a new logo for Willow Tree Golf Course and appointed Nick Schwindt and Steve Merz to the Planning and Zoning Board.

B&H Paving of Scott City was approved to complete the City’s crack sealing in the amount of $68,380.00.

 

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