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Norton City Council Agenda June 3, 3030

Sports Headlines

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NCAA DII Presidents Council Cancels Fall 2020 Championships

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Kansas Men’s Basketball to Host Stephen F. Austin Dec. 29

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Big 12 Conference Adopts 9+1 Football Schedule

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Big 12 Virtual Football Media Day Cancelled for August 3

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A G E N D A

June 3, 2020 — 5:30 p.m.

Roll Call

Flag Salute

Approve May 20, 2020 City Council meeting minutes

Building/Demolition Permits:

Megan Keiswetter – $ 2,000 – Re-roofing at 607 Pool Drive

Richard Voss – $ 3,000 – Re-roofing at 808 N. Second

Mark Klein – $10,140 – Re-roofing at 1120 N. Second

Marvin Matchett – $ 5,000 – Re-roofing at 606 N. Jones

Ed Fowler – $ 1,500 – Re-roofing at 313 N. Grant

William Campbell – $ 5,000 – Re-roofing at 509 N. Brown

Rachel Robeson – $ 9,000 – Re-roofing at 305 E. Waverly

Methodist Church – $ 9,000 – Re-roofing at 604 Sunset

Brad Nuzum – $ 500 – Construct deck at 510 W. Crane

David Givens – $ 2,400 – Construct carport at 903 Kennedy Drive

Glenda Campbell – $ 3,500 – Replace front deck at 1028 Truman

Carissa Pickard – $ 0 – Demolish carport and fence at 511 Jones

Visitors:

= QUESTIONS FROM THE PUBLIC =

OLD BUSINESS:

NEW BUSINESS:

Mayor Jones

Karen Griffiths –

Gerry Cullumber – Report on Shred-it Day on June 13th

– Report on event planned for July 10th

James Moreau –

Gerald Jones –

Donna Foley – Schedule Parks Committee Meeting Report

Ron Briery –

Dean Liddle – Public Safety Committee Meeting Report

– County Commissioner Meeting Report

Dennis Gilhousen –

Robert Bowman –

Darla Ellis –

ANY OTHER BUSINESS to come before the Council

COURT REPORT – 2nd Meeting of each month

PAY BILLS: — Appropriating Ordinance #11

UPCOMING MEETINGS / WORK SESSIONS:

June 2

Public Safety Committee Meeting

3:30 p.m.

June 3

City Council Meeting

5:30 p.m.

June 17

City Council Meeting

5:30 p.m.

July 3

Independence Day Holiday

Office Closed

COMMITTEE

Finance

Utility

Personnel

Public Safety

Parks

Public Works

Chairman:

Dennis Gilhousen

Gerald Jones

Robert Bowman

Dean Liddle

Donna Foley

Ron Briery

Vice Chair:

Gerald Jones

Dennis Gilhousen

Donna Foley

Ron Briery

Robert Bowman

Gerald Jones

Member

Ron Briery

Donna Foley

Dean Liddle

Robert Bowman

Dean Liddle

Dennis Gilhousen

Kansas Headlines

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Governor Laura Kelly Visits Kansas State University Biosecurity Research Institute

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Kansas’ U.S. Senate Race Is Set As Marshall Beats Kobach For GOP Nod; Watkins Out In 2nd District

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Kansas Total Tax Collections $484.6 Million Ahead of July of Last Fiscal Year

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AG Derek Schmidt Urges Federal Action To Increase Access, Affordability For Remdesivir

TOPEKA – (August 4, 2020) – Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt today urged federal agencies to exercise special legal authority to increase the availability...

Kansas News Service

What A Pending Football Game Says About COVID-19, The Fate Of Small Colleges And The Towns They Keep Alive

By Frank Morris - Kansas News Service There’s a lot riding on a Kickoff set for 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12. The Sterling College Warriors are...

Kansas’ U.S. Senate Race Is Set As Marshall Beats Kobach For GOP Nod; Watkins Out In 2nd District

TOPEKA, Kansas — Kansas’ biggest race of the evening was one of the first to be decided: U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall secured the Republican...

Feds Say Filth, Hazards At Kansas Group Homes Put Foster Care Children At Risk

By Celia Llopis-Jepsen - Kansas News Service Kansas let foster care children live in group homes with broken windows, mold, exposed electrical wiring, trashed porches...

Kansas K-12 Districts Can Start Class On Time After State Board Rejects Governor’s Order To Delay

By Stephan Bisaha - Kansas News Service WICHITA, Kansas — Kansas’ elementary, middle and high schools will reopen for in-person instruction in August, despite Gov. Laura...

Kansas Governor Says Masks Are Non-Negotiable In Schools And Pleads For Delaying Classes

By Brian Grimmett - Kansas News Service WICHITA, Kansas — Students, teachers and staff members at K-12 schools in Kansas will wear masks, use hand sanitizer...