Seward County Commission Approves Sale of Fire Truck to the City of Liberal
Joe Denoyer - November 7, 2022 9:10 pm
The Seward County Board of County Commissioners met Monday evening and approved the sale of the 1992 Spartan 3D Fire Engine with no loose equipment to the Liberal Fire Department for the amount of $20,000.00. The 1992 Spartan 3D Fire Engine is no longer in service with the County Department.
Commissioners also approved for the Noxious Weed Department to buy additional chemicals to finish up fall applications of bindweed & Rozol for prairie dog treatment this winter. Funds will come from the General Fund.
After an appeal of the decision of the Zoning Administrator, to allow the construction of a 7,200-square-foot accessory building. The Commissioners asked that this item go back to the Planning and Zoning Board to seek a Special Use Permit, then come back to the Commission for possible approval. Also approved was the Ag Buildings west end replacement of a wood floor to concrete.
The Commission adopted Resolution 2022-16, which is a resolution for Regulations for Restlawn Cemetery, and citing increases in fuel, parts, labor, and economic conditions reviewed and approved rate increases for the Landfill services.
The Commission approved the Agreement for Engineering Services between Seward County and Kirkham, Michael and Associates, Inc. on the Kismet Bridge, and approved the bid from GM Construction for $8,750, and allowed County Administrator, Landfill Director, and Greg with GM Construction to work out arrangements for collection of funds and pick-up of roll offs that the county no longer can use.