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Tuesday, 12 December 2017 13:01

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ELLY GRIMM
• Leader & Times



The next two meetings of the Liberal City Commission will see the commission wrapping up the business of 2017, with the first of these meetings being this evening beginning at 5:30.

After looking over the corrected version of Resolution No. 2272 (concerning the abatement of property on 2500 N. Western Avenue), the commission will hear an update on renovations to the airport terminal. The city’s portion of the costs for this work was approved at the Nov. 14 commission meeting. 

After the update, the commission will be asked to approve Phase 3 of the Prairie Breeze subdivision.

“Nov. 9, the Liberal Metropolitan Area Planning Commission reviewed a final plat of the Prairie Breeze subdivision Phase 3 addition,” the agenda information noted. “The owner of this property requests acceptance of the final plat of this property to allow the construction of a new housing development that meets all of the requirements of the City of Liberal.”

This evening will also see the commission hear about the 2018 housing programs (including the Self-Help Housing and First-Time Homebuyer programs) and the economic development programs (including the Facade Improvement and Industrial Park Incentive programs). 

The commission will also be asked to approve the purchase of a submersible pump for the Wastewater Services Department and will also be talking about  a strip of property in the Hibbs addition. 

“In 1981, Gene and Virginia Hibbs deeded a 20-foot strip of property in the Hibbs Addition to the City with the intent of creating an alley,” the agenda information noted. “That alley was never created and now that 20-foot strip of property is causing a title problem for the Hibbs. The solution to their problem is for the City to deed back to Hibbs Transport, Inc. that strip of property. The City Attorney has the prepared deed, which is ready for the mayor to execute.”

The commission will also be hearing requests for several purchases to the City of Liberal’s vehicle fleet and will be asked to reschedule the first commission meeting of 2018 to Monday, Jan. 8,, 2018 before hearing another sales tax presentation. 

 

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