Council to consider formalizing priorities
Lansing City Council members will be asked to make officials what they agreed to informally late last month.
Council members will be asked to formalize their intent to make work on Phase 1 of Lansing Community Park and expansion of Lansing Community Library as their top priorities for spending money the city receives as its share of the one-cent countywide sales tax. Expansion of City Hall was rated the third priority.
The projects were identified as priorities during a council work session May 18.
The council meets at 7 p.m. today, June 1, at City Hall, 800 First Terrace.
Here's today's agenda:
¢ Consider minutes from the council's May 18 meeting.
¢ Hear Mayor Kenneth Bernard proclaim June 12-16 as "Business Appreciation Week."
¢ Hear a monthly update on the Main Street System Enhancement Project.
¢ Prioritize the city's top three projects for the Leavenworth County one-cent sales tax.
¢ Consider a resolution establishing signatories for the city's accounts and investments at Commerce Bank.
¢ Consider bids for the city's annual paving, curb replacement, sidewalk repair and parking lot paving programs. McAnany Construction, Shawnee, presented the low bid of $308,767.
¢ Consider the final development plan for Eisenhower Crossing, Phase 2, Lot 1, at the southeast corner of Eisenhower and De Soto roads.
¢ Consider a preliminary development plan for First National Bank of Leavenworth. The bank plans to build a full-service bank at the northern edge of Towne Center.
¢ Hear reports from city staff members and council members.