Seward County Commission to Meet Monday Evening
Joe Denoyer - April 5, 2021 8:26 am
The Seward County Commission will meet this evening for their regularly scheduled meeting. Up for consideration will be building renovations at the Administration Building to alleviate water infiltration and leakage problems.
Commissioners will look at the FY22 Comprehensive Plan narrative and budget documentation to be approved for submission to the Kansas Department of Corrections, and the Road & Bridge is needing to replace an older pickup used by the mechanic. They will be trading in a 2005 Ford. Lewis Chevrolet has submitted a bid in the amount of $33,000.00 which includes the trade-in amount of $1,500.00. Along those same lines, the Road & Bridge Dept. needs to replace an older model pickup in its fleet. Foss Motor Co. was the low bidder in the amount of $27,990.00, which includes the trade-in difference. Plus the added price to have the old bed moved to the new pickup.
County Commissioners will review a COVID-19 Vaccination License Agreement with Wal-Mart to set up Vaccination POD for the community.
Back before the Commission will be the old Health Department parking lot. The Commission will consider the bid from Jeff and Jacki Mitchell of Southwest Glass & Door, Inc. for the parking lot located at 107 W. 2nd St., Liberal, Kansas in the amount of $7,500 and will consider staff to complete the process for sale of property.
The County Commission will be asked to approve applicant Ricardo Ramirez to be recommended to the Southwest Guidance Center Board for appointment. Final appointment will be done by the SWGC Board as Seward County can only recommend applicants to this Board.