City Administrator Brad Reams reported on the overlay projects. Contractors are planning to finish the streets Wednesday, weather permitting.
Reams reported on the ongoing Frontenac Cemetery project. The city is continuing to work with contractors to make sure storm water flows correctly.
During the Nov. 8 council meeting, Reams reported on the Kansas Department of transportation traffic study on Highway 69 and McKay to acquire a grant to add a dedicated signal. The study concluded it was not warranted. On Monday, Reams updated the council on formulating a working plan with engineers for the intersection, with the consideration of adding a south bound turning lane on West McKay.
Mayor Linda Grilz reported on Kansas PRIDE, a program of the state of Kansas which has a goal to promote volunteerism in communities. The program consists in a pride committee which will report on volunteerism in the town. After two years in the program, PRIDE will offer grants of $2,000 annually through the state.
Planning and Zoning informed the council on pool permits, Reams said there nothing is set in stone at this time and they are working on the permit details before spring comes along.