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City Council Meeting Location Change

The regularly scheduled meeting of Osawatomie City Council has been moved to the City Auditorium for May 27th, 2021. Due to inclement weather and heavy morning rain, the Council will no longer be meeting at the Mile Zero Trailhead for the Flint Hills Trail to celebrate the achievements of the Trail Task Force.

Task Force members will instead be recognized during the meeting inside the Auditorium, and will share a celebratory meal with members of the Governing Body ahead of the regular Council meeting.

Mayor Mark Govea will call the regular meeting to order at 6:30pm.

May 27th, 2021

Consent Agenda ; Proclamation ; Public Hearing: Condemnation ; Resolutions 879-884 ; Ordinance 3796

PLEASE NOTE that this meeting of City Council was originally scheduled to take place at the Mile Zero Trailhead of the Flint Hills Trail at 1400 South Street, Osawatomie KS. DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, this meeting will instead occur in the City Auditorium located next door to City Hall at 439 Main Street.

The City Council Agenda and supplemental packet is available below.

March 2nd, 2021

A special session of City Council has been called for March 2nd, 2021, at 4:00pm in the Conference Room at City Hall (439 Main Street).

Business being discussed is limited to: “RESOLUTION 850 – Authorizing the Issuance and Delivery of $400,000 Principal Amount of No Fund Warrants Series 2021 (Electric Utility System)”

This is related to the Special Session that was held on Thursday, February 25th, and is a continuation of the action taken during that meeting.

February 25th, 2021

Special Session of City Council – Urgent Business – Meeting to be Held at City Hall Conference Room (439 Main Street, Osawatomie, KS, 66064) at 5:00pm

Public Works Roof Bids ; Resolution to Declare a Local State of Financial Emergency Related to the February 2021 Energy Crisis

The regular meeting of City Council was cancelled so that councilmembers and City staff could attend the Miami County, Kansas Comprehensive Plan open house workshop that evening.