On the Agenda

3/14/2014

Finney County looks at sales tax resolution

Finney County looks at sales tax resolution

The Finney County Commission will meet at 8:30 a.m. Monday at the county administrative center, 310 N. Ninth St.

Commissioners will consider approving a resolution setting the new quarter-cent sales tax in place after bonds for the Law Enforcement Center are paid off over the summer. Voters authorized an extension of the sales tax on March 4.

Other items on the agenda include monthly reports from the health department, Emergency Medical Services and Emergency Management; the fiscal year 2015 grant for Youth Services; an appointment to the library board; and discussion of public works items, including equipment replacement, spring clean up, federal fund exchange, and 2014 bituminous surfacing bids.

Garden City to consider TIF bond sale

The Garden City Commission will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the City Administrative Center, 301 N. Eighth St. Items on the agenda include:

* A resolution authorizing 2014 Schulman Crossing Phase 1 TIF bond sale for April 15 for $10.75 million in general obligation bonds. As Phase 1 nears completion, the city must retire temporary financing used for the project with the TIF bonds.

* Discussion of amending the lease and operations agreement with Sherif Dullovi concerning Napoli's Flight Deck Restaurant. Dullovi has requested reducing monthly rent by half, to $500 per month.

* A request by Reynaldo Mesa, on behalf of Amro Samy and K S LLC, owner of the Clarion Inn and Sleep Inn, to vacate Kansas Plaza on the south and east sides of the property to accommodate a parking lot expansion at the Clarion Inn.

* Discussion of sharing the cost for engineering for a water main extension project for Towns Riverview subdivision.

* Authorization to enter an electrical engineering general services agreement with Sega, Inc., which would allow the city to retain the company to provide those services as needed in the future. Sega is the electrical engineering firm overseeing construction of the Jameson Energy Center.

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