January 17, 2017 LECOMPTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES
7:00 P.M. Council President Jimmy Wilkins brought the Lecompton City Council Meeting to order at 327 Elmore, Lecompton, KS. Council Members Tim McNish, Mary Jane Hoffer, and Elsie Middleton were present at roll call. Mayor Sandra Jacquot and Council Woman Susie Hackathorn were absent. The following were also present: City Clerk Lynley Sanford and City Superintendent Rance Roberts. Residents or township members included Lori Wilkins
Mary Jane Hoffer motioned to approve the January 3rd, 2017 minutes with corrections. Elsie Middleton seconded the motion.
Motion passed 4 yeas, 0 nays.
Tim McNish motioned to approve the bills before the council. Mary Jane Hoffer seconded the motion.
Motion passed 4 yeas, 0 nays
– Discussed with council purchasing more water from RWD#3 – after discussion, council agreed we should try to increase usage slowly. See if there are any complaints about water quality.
– Planning to haul rock to Jones St.
– Playground sand – we need some, looking at how to transport over the ground to cover without tearing the grass up – maybe a walk behind skid loader called a Dingo (?)
– Wastewater analysis lab quote/comparisons. Council agreed we should stay with enviro lab for now.
– Boiler at PRIDE building – need to check out PH situation and chemicals we are to use and general maintenance review. Council agreed we should have someone come out and look it over. Suggested Scott temp be contacted.
– Heritage Grant application for stairs in front of Community Building. City does not want to compete with Historical Society. Council asked Lynley to email Paul Bahnmaier to see if the Historical Society was going to apply for grants and talk about it at the next council meeting.
– Elsie Middleton announced that E-communities meeting would be Thursday at 3pm at the Territorial Capital Museum.
– Bowling tournament to benefit Territorial Days and Pride will be on Saturday February 4th.
7:35PM – Mary Jane Hoffer motioned to adjourn. Tim McNish seconded the motion.
Motion passed 4 yays, 0 nays
Lynley Sanford, City Clerk