Buffalo's new wastewater treatment plant is essentially complete, and the City has entered into the “advertisement period” of the project.
Mayor Randy Dyess explains what that means to the City and the contractor.
Dyess says the City is holding back a few thousand dollars until the advertisement period is up, and also has a little more than $530,000 held in retainage that will be dispersed once the period is up. There is some work left to be done, Dyess added, but it is outside beautification work that will need to be completed after the ground warms up.
Also on the agenda, the Council plans to accept the resignation of Dave Palmerlee from the Buffalo Trails Board and plans to appoint Karyl Fisher to that position.
The Council will discuss resolutions pertaining to Lot splits and a name change for a City street; an ordinance will be introduced regarding a subdivision of the Buffalo Theater Building into the Buffalo Theater Condominiums.
The Council will also look over the Criminal Justice Center Joint Powers Agreement with the County; and an executive session will be called to discuss pending litigation.
Buffalo's City Council meeting will be at 4 o'clock Tuesday, as the new meeting time of 5 pm has not yet taken effect. The meeting will be in the Council Chambers in City Hall.