Mower purchases await council’s ok
An abbreviated agenda awaits Lansing City Council at its meeting tonight.
Council members will consider approving a total outlay of $26,638 for the purchase of two mowers for the Parks and Recreation Department.
The department sought bids on two mowers - a 72-inch front deck mower with a collection system and a 48- to 54-inch zero turn mower.
Coleman Equipment, Bonner Springs, submitted the low bid on each: $18,250 for the 72-inch mower and $8,588 for the zero-turn mower, according to Jason Crum, director of Parks and Recreation.
The council meets at 7 p.m. today in its chambers at City Hall, 800 First Terrace.
Here's the full agenda:
Consider approval of minutes from the council's Jan. 20 meeting.
Receive the treasurer's report for the period ending Dec. 31, 2004.
Consider a replat of Lot 20 in the Carriage Hill subdivision.
Consider a request to purchase a front deck mower for the Parks and Recreation Department.
Consider a request to purchase a zero-turn mower for the Parks and Recreation Department.
Hear reports from the city engineer, city attorney, city administrator and council members.
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