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Tuesday, 23 January 2018 12:44


• Leader & Times

The Liberal City Commission will be looking to get down to business again during its second meeting of 2018 this evening starting at 5:30. 

After hearing an update on the Liberal Mid-America Regional Airport, the commission will then be discussion the continuation of the rock project on North Kansas Avenue.

“This proposal is to request the continuance of the rocks on the meridian up to Tucker Road on North Kansas Avenue. “We will be using the same size rocks as were used on the islands.”

The commission will also be discussing plan ideas for a potential new wastewater treatment plant (which was discussed at length during the commission’s Jan. 17 special meeting) and will also be discussing flood control, which had become a major conversation topic after the flooding from late winter storms last spring. 

Also looking for approval will be online recreation software for the Liberal Recreation Department. 

“This program will enable online activity registrations, facility reservations, sports league management, point-of-sale, membership management, creating tickets, instructor management, digital engagement, marketing, intuitive calendars, reports, text and e-mail alerts and surveys,” the agenda information noted. “This software will also have social sign-on, forms, waivers, discounts and scholarships.”

The commission will also be asked to approve a new appointee to the Liberal Housing Authority. 

“Denasa Rice was voted excused from the board by the remaining board members of the Liberal housing Authority at its Dec. 15, 2017 meeting due to other obligations,” the agenda information noted. “Pierre Lamont from Seward County Landfill has completed an application to be placed on our board. The current board members would like to express their request that Pierre be appointed to the board as soon as possible. The next regular meeting will be Jan. 16, 2018 and it would be appreciated if he could be appointed and be present for the meeting in February as the commission will not meet again before our Jan. meeting.”

After the regular agenda items, the commission has two executive sessions scheduled, both per K.S.A 75-4319 (b)1) pertaining to personnel matters of non-elected personnel, before concluding the meeting. 




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