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Contract to plan, design aquatic center on Alva City Council agenda


February 20, 2022

The Alva City Council has a lot on the agenda of the regular meeting on Tuesday. Because of the Presidents Day holiday on Monday, the meeting is set for Feb. 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the council chamber of City Hall.

The council will hear reports from earlier meetings of boards, committees and commissions. There will be a report from the mayor and one from the city business manager.

Time is allotted to hear from members of the public present. Speakers must identify themselves and limit remarks to two minutes.

There will be a presentation from iWorQ Systems, a software company, with no action scheduled.

The council will discuss and vote on amending the city business ordinance by replacing the “peddlers and solicitors” section as well as providing for license fees and penalties.

Council members will discuss and vote on having the city manager sign an agreement with Kimley-Horn to provide planning and design services for the new Hatfield Aquatics Center not to exceed $395,000.

In order for the city to receive 522 EMS District funds, a separate checking account will be required. The council will vote on setting up that account.

There will be discussion and action on appointments to the executive search committee to hire a new city business manager.

Council members will also vote on the appointment of Scott Kline to fill the Alva Chamber of Commerce vacancy on the Tourism Tax Committee.

In the Alva Utility Authority meeting that follows, trustees will discuss and vote on the purchase of a 2022 Freightliner M2106 with a New Way 11-yard Viper packer from Premier Truck Group in an amount not to exceed $154,994. With one of the sanitation units being out of service since the fall of 2021, the sanitation and finance committees are recommending the purchase of a new truck.

The Alva Economic Development Authority meeting agenda has only routine items.


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