Archive for Friday, January 27, 2012

Leavenworth County Commission agenda: week of Jan. 30

A World War I doughboy statue stands outside the Leavenworth County Courthouse.

A World War I doughboy statue stands outside the Leavenworth County Courthouse.

January 27, 2012

The Leavenworth County Commission meets regularly at 9 a.m. each Monday and Thursday at the Leavenworth County Courthouse, 300 Walnut St. in Leavenworth.

Agenda for the week of Jan. 30:

Monday, Jan. 30

9 a.m.: Public comment/administrative business/administrator's report

  • Approval of minutes of Jan. 26
  • Approval of public bids for salt conveyor system
  • Authorization to advertise for work at the transfer station
  • Authorization to advertise for on-call contractors
  • Consideration of changing the designation of the county trustee for the board of trustees of KERIT

9:30 a.m.: Planning and zoning — Case No. 42-11: Consideration of the preliminary and final plat for Elston Estates (2 lots). Request submitted by Mark and Lori Elston.

10 a.m.: Work session on Tonganoxie Industrial Park

Thursday, Feb. 2

9 a.m.: Public comment/administrative business/administrator's report

  • Approval of minutes of Jan. 30
  • Approval of agenda for week of Feb. 6
  • Roger Marrs, deputy county counselor — report on tax sale results
  • Monthly budget tracking analysis

9:15 a.m.: Quarterly reports

  • Jamie Miller — EMS/Health Department
  • Linda Lobb — Council on Aging
  • Sean Crittendon — Juvenile Justice Authority/Juvenile Detention Center

Friday, Feb. 3

1:30 p.m.: Leavenworth County Animal Control Committee meeting

Comments

Old_Vet 2 years, 2 months ago

I don't see on the agenda any mention of reducing the salaries of the commissioners. I just don't understand how they can take money for doing a part time job, a job that they just hired an administrator to do. Telefson started this mess and now we're stuck with it. Flowers, don't run for re-election, please.

Fifty years ago we'd have warmed up the tar and gathered a couple of down pillows to take care of these carpet baggers. Makes me sick to think of the hard work our county has done over the past half century and in the past 10 years it has plummeted.

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