Seward County Commission Approves Extending COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

Joe Denoyer - July 6, 2020 8:26 pm

The Seward County Board of County Commissioners met Monday evening with a request from Stepping Stone Shelter to approve the submission of a  2020CV ESG Grant with Kansas and Housing Resources Corporation. The Commission approved the submittal.

Commissioners gave permission to bore a hole on Landfill property under 8th street for the City of Liberal’s sewer water discharge line.

The Noxious Weed Department request to allow the Department to sell a 2002 Sprayer to Shane Blackwood in the amount of $21,750.00 was approved.

The Commission purchased a 60 inch Zero Turn Radius mower from Keating Tractor in the amount of $5,432.70 for the Event Center.

The Commission approved paying the invoice for Jackson Lewis in the amount of $715 and also terminated the contract with Jackson Lewis.

Commissioners approved Resolution 2020-13 extending COVID-19 public health emergency through February 1st, 2021 or until otherwise rescinded by the Commission, and a created a Special Revenue Fund in which to place the Coronavirus Relief funds to be received.

 

Latest Stories

Liberal City Commission to Hold Community Forum

Based on concerns of inequalities In Liberal brought to the Liberal City Commission, the Commission will...

Governor Laura Kelly Announces Second Round of CARES Act Funding Applications to Open August 19 at 12:00 p.m.

TOPEKA – Governor Laura Kelly has announced businesses will soon be able to apply for a...

Liberal Police Investigate Two Accidents

On Tuesday August 11th around 6:12AM, Liberal Police officers were dispatched to a single-vehicle motor vehicle...