The 2023 sewer main cleaning has been scheduled for 2-13-23 to 2-20-23. The thick yellow lines in the image below shows roughly where the cleaning will be this year. The packet (pdf) linked to the button above has more information and a larger map. Also, yellow notices will be placed on the doors prior to the cleaning.
12-1608. Quarterly report by treasurer. (a) The treasurer of each city of the first or second class shall publish or cause to be published in a newspaper published in such city, or if there is no newspaper published in such city then in a newspaper published in the county in which such city is located and having a general circulation in such city, within 30 days after the quarter ending in March, June, September and December of each year, a statement showing the total amount received into each fund and the total amount expended from each fund and the cash balances of each fund at the beginning and close of each quarter. Such quarterly statement shall show the amount of outstanding registered warrants, temporary notes, bonds and all other obligations and liabilities of the city.
(b) In the case of cities of the third class, the treasurer shall file an annual statement showing the total amount received into each fund and the total amount expended from each fund and the cash balances of each fund at the beginning and close of each year. Such annual statement shall show the amount of outstanding registered warrants, temporary notes, bonds and all other obligations and liabilities of the city. The annual statement shall be published within 30 days after December 31 of each year in the official city newspaper.
History: L. 1913, ch. 76, § 1; R.S. 1923, § 12-1608; L. 1927, ch. 102, § 1; L. 1984, ch. 70, § 1; L. 1995, ch. 161, § 1; July 1.
A rumor about the library closing is just that - a rumor - the lease for the building was signed and approved a couple of meetings ago.
On Wednesday, January 4th city staff met with several engineers from BG Consultants to review the status of a number of current/proposed utility projects.
On Tuesday, January 10th the city commission had a work session to discuss the various current/proposed utility projects, and an upcoming street repair project.
The following items, amongst others, were discussed - with no action taken:
1. Water Well (#7) is in Riverside Park and it may need to be replaced in the next few years.
2. In 2018/2019 the city commission had a water system distribution review performed. That report was re-reviewed by the engineer that drafted it.
3. The recently paid-off sewer plant was discussed and there is a potential need for improvements to be made in order to comply with the State's regulations.
4. The status of the design work for transitioning the Lakeview Lift Station to a gravity-flow line was discussed, along with estimated costs.
The link above is to the 2023 Concession Stand Packet.
The City of St. Marys is seeking an individual, group, or organization to operate the concession stand(s) in the St. Marys Riverside Park for the 2023 season. Sealed bids will be accepted until noon on February 17th, 2023 for review at the February 21st City Commission meeting.
The St. Marys City Commission has three upcoming work sessions:
Tuesday, January 10th at 6:00 p.m. - Utility Department projects/updates, etc.
Tuesday, January 17th at 6:00 p.m. - the other city departments
Tuesday, February 21st at 6:00 p.m. - discuss the results of the work performed by Garber Surveying - previous blog post
In observance of Christmas and New Years holidays, Tri County will be running a day late, Monday will be on Tuesday, Tuesday on Wednesday, Wednesday on Thursday, Thursday on Friday and Friday pick ups will be on Saturday. We wish you all Happy Holidays!!!!
Tri County Waste
PO Box 241
Wamego, KS 66547
Garber Surveying collected information on 23 properties. Of those, 6 structures (including outbuildings) could qualify for removal with no modification (LOMA), 11 may qualify with fill and/or structural modifications (LOMR-F), and 18 structures (including outbuildings) do not qualify for removal based on the finished floor elevation of the structure or attached garage being below the base flood elevation, or conditions are not suitable under the rules for a qualifying LOMR-F.
At some point the results will be presented at a work session...the file below is subject to change, as a rep from Garber Surveying said: "I still have some evaluation to do, like identifying the building diagrams and reviewing all of the photos, before we will be ready to present."
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