The city of Atchison is moving forward with an estimated $3 million project that would separate the water retention dam near Atchison High School, Dam 6, from the combined sewer system.City staff told the Atchison City Commission on Tuesday that it’s ready to find an engineer to design the project, which has plodded along since first being announced last year.
The Atchison City Commission on Tuesday unanimously adopted a donations policy that had failed two weeks prior on a 2-2 tie vote.The policy establishes a set of parameters that the city will now refer to while reviewing donations affecting parks and other city-owned properties.A long-time consideration, the policy was drafted recently following a conflict over a proposed memorial for the riverfront, honoring those who died in and responded to the explosion at Bartlett Grain in 2011.
The city of Atchison will seek grant funding for a handful of improvement projects at the Amelia Earhart Airport, including the construction of a new concrete taxi lane near the north hangar.On Tuesday, the Atchison City Commission approved a grant application to the 2018 Kansas Airport Improvement Program, administered by the Kansas Department of Transportation, with a list of six airport-improvement projects, comprised mostly of concrete and building maintenance projects.
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