The Mound City Council began their meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 1, with Christy Nickelson speaking to the council about the Linn County C.A.R.E.S. (Community Action and Resources Education Services) committee and an event to be held on Aug. 15, 2023, during the Jayhawk Linn School District Open House. (See related article in this edition.)
Council approved the minutes for the regular July meeting and then approved the minutes of a special meeting held on July 10, 2023.
Council approved paying the bills in the amount of $71,504.10 on a 5-0 vote.
Council then set the agenda for that evening’s meeting with the addition of setting a special meeting date for the condemnation of 102 N. 1st Street and the discussion of dogs running at large.
Council discussed the bids for HVAC systems at City Hall and then opted to table those discussions.
Council member Fanchion Shadden moved to approve Ordinance No. 594 pertaining to court costs. The motion was seconded and approved on a 5-0 vote.
Council approved a motion to accept the asphalt bid from Killough Construction in the amount of $126,476.00. The motion carried on a 5-0 vote.
At the request of Renee Slinkard the council approved a proclamation for the Daughters of The American Revolution declaring Sept. 17-23, 2023, as Constitution week.
Council set the citywide garage sale dates for Sept. 1-2.
Council discussed allowing Scott Mitchell to dump waste water into the lagoons; however, it was determined that no decision would be made until an answer was given from Sugar Valley on whether they will continue using the lagoons to dump waste water.
Council member Shayna Lamb moved to set a special meeting for the condemnation of 102 N. 1st Street on Aug. 16, 2023 at 5:30 p.m. The motion was seconded and carried on a 5-0 vote.
The Linn County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, Oct. 23, and began their weekly meeting with the approval of the minutes of the last meeting followed by the approval of claims in the amount of $272,818.97. Linn County Rural Fire Chief Randy Hegwald presented... [More]
Among actions at the regular La Cygne council meeting last Wednesday, Oct. 18, was a split vote in which the city accepts a draft agreement for title search and warranty deed preparation of seven lots at 402 S. Broadway in exchange for absorbing a $16,400 house demolition bill.... [More]
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Linn County Public Works Director Shaun West noted he had reached out to the fiber installers south of the power plant in reference to questions the commissioners had concerning undone road work. West stated he learned the connection comes into the project from the west and moves... [More]
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- Thanksgiving events
The Pleasanton basketball team hosted their home opener against Kansas City Christian (KCC) on Dec. 1. The Jays split the varsity games with the girls falling in their game 20-29 and the boys winning big in their game, 78-44. The girls’ game started well as the Lady... [More]
Sophomore Brea Dawson scored 12 of her game-high 18 points in the fourth quarter, paving the way for Jayhawk Linn’s girls to claim a 43-38 season-opening win at Cass-Midway, Mo., Friday night. Despite a game-high 23 points from junior Braeden Nation, the ‘Hawk boys... [More]
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- Prairie View football ends season against Parsons
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