Shawnee Twin Lakes report, kayak launch, homeless count information to come
When the Town of Shawnee commissioners meet on Monday, there will be several agenda items for their consideration.
There are a few reports to present: one will be from the lake advisory committee and the other will be on the annual homeless count, offered by the municipal administration.
An item on the agenda indicates that the council can vote to accept the donation of an adapted kayak launch.
In other cases:
• Council is in the process of acknowledging and ratifying Mayor Ed Bolt’s declaration of a state of emergency for the Town of Shawnee, due to the recent winter storm.
• Commissioners can vote to provide financial assistance to the Shawnee Civic and Cultural Development Authority for IFYR 2022.
• A resolution could be considered to amend a project maintenance agreement with ODOT for the Town wayfinding project.
• The property at 504 S. Kickapoo could be declared surplus, authorizing its sale.
In addition, commissioners must meet in executive session regarding the purchase or appraisal of real estate and an ongoing investigation, claim, or action regarding the Fairview Cemetery Mausoleum.
Once commissioners exit the executive session, they may choose to consider action based on the closed session discussion.
On the agenda of the Municipal Authority, two budget amendments are under study to adjust the financing of a new full-time employee position that has been created.
According to the agenda, deputy finance manager Jacob Bussell said staff had moved his position as building inspector from the Shawnee Municipal Authority Fund (Fund 501) to the General Fund (Fund 001). ), which will require committee approval to move appropriations between funds.
“Staff also noted that due to delays in acquiring ownership of the Cemetery Mausoleum, appropriations for capital expenditures with the Cemetery Mausoleum are expected to be reduced,” he said.
The amounts for movement of restricted funds are as follows:
$35,637.97 – Building Inspector Position – To enhance the effectiveness of municipal inspections, the building inspector position was transferred from the ADM Administration Department (fund 501) to the Building Inspectors Department. Code Enforcement, Inspections and Permits (Fonds 001).
$(400,000) – Cemetery Mausoleum Capital Expenditures – reduction in restricted funds (approved at 12/20/21 meeting).
The only thing fixed for the Airport Authority is to approve the minutes of its last meeting.
The 6 p.m. meeting will be held Monday at the Bertha Ann Young City Commission Chambers at City Hall, 16 W. 9th St.
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