City Council to deal with finance issues as end of year nears
Year-end housecleaning tasks will be among the items of business for Lansing City Council when it meets tonight.
The council is being asked to amend the city's 2004 budget to reflect the differences in actual expenditures in several funds that were different from the budget the council adopted last year.
City Clerk Karen Logan noted the amendments would not cause any changes in the property tax levy.
In addition, the council will be asked to approve an agreement with the Topeka accounting firm of Wendling, Noe, Nelson and Johnson to conduct the city's 2004 year-end audit. The cost of the audit would be $16,215.
The council meets at 7:30 p.m. today at City Hall, 800 First Terrace.
Here's tonight's agenda:
Consider minutes from the council's Dec. 2 meeting
¢ Audience participation
¢ Presentation from Citizens for Recreation Facilities
¢ Public hearing on proposed amendments to the 2004 city budget
¢ Consider 2004 amended city budget
¢ Consider an audit agreement for financial statements for the calendar year ending Dec. 31, 2004.
¢ Consider renewal of a cereal malt beverage license for WKRP Management doing business as Pizza Hut.
¢ Consider renewal of a cereal malt beverage license for Hipsher Inc., doing business as Daniel's Bar-B-Q.
¢ Consider an ordinance authorizing the city's participation in the Kansas Department of Transportation's Revolving Loan Fund for the Center Drive project.
¢ Consider a resolution setting the city's boundaries.
¢ Consider an agreement with Leavenworth County for improvements to 147th Street.
¢ Hear monthly reports from city department heads.