The start of the sidewalk repair on Bertrand Avenue is delayed until Thursday.
KDOT is planning to repair US-24 on both sides of the city in August, as well as finish the short stretch of K-63 within the city limits.
Also, the city is preparing to repair US-24 from the west city limits to the 6th Street intersection.
Once the plans for the road work is finalized - the information will be made available.
Changes have been made to the city's website. The biggest change is the addition of a Calendars tab - which has three drop down calendar options: 1) meetings, 2) recreation, and 3) rentals. I would like to have only one calendar for the city, but at certain times of the year there is entirely too much information for that.
In addition, several years ago the then rec director (Sean Kuno) set up a voice service with WTC that was accessed by calling 321-PLAY. That account was recently swapped for 321-1000, and although 321-1000 is operational - only option 4 has new information on it - which is about the upcoming sidewalk project on Bertrand Avenue.
Please make others aware of the upcoming sidewalk work...plan to send a Nixle out later today.
In 2010, I sent a letter to every city in the state requesting support for a change in the municipal budget process - a few cities responded with letters of support and/or adopted the proposed resolution that was included - but mostly there was silencio...below is a picture of the letters.
Short, compact walnut cabinet containing a television, radio, and record player. This console was purchased in 1949 by Frank and Minnie Rosser of Delia, Kansas. They purchased the system in St. Marys, Kansas, during the TV boom that occurred between 1948 and 1949. It was the first TV in Delia. The couple's daughter liked to use the record player and watched several children's programs on it, including "Captain Kangaroo" and "Howdy Doody." An Admiral advertisement from 1949 listed the price of the console as $399.95. (Click on the images to enlarge them.)