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Daily Archives: June 5, 2024

Sumner County Commissioner meeting notes: May 20 – May 21, 2024

Sumner Newscow report — The Sumner County Commissioners approved meeting notes for May 20 and May 21.

May 20, 2024 – 9 a.m.

The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session in the Commission room of the Sumner County Courthouse.  Those present were Chairman John Cooney, Commissioner Jim Newell and Commissioner Steve Warner.  County Clerk Debra A. Norris and 80th House Representative Bill Rhiley were also present.

The Commission reviewed and unanimously approved the minutes of May 13 and 14.

Assistant Maintenance Director Jimmy Thornton inquired about issues concerning the maintenance of the Economic Development building (not a county building). The Commission will review the agreement.

E911 Director Marcie Bristor presented the 2025 budget request to the Commission for discussion. Additional topics included tower rent, radio, console, and departmental upgrades.

Help wanted: AAR Component (formerly Triumph) is now hiring for multiple positions

AAR COMPONENT SERVICES (formerly Triumph) IS NOW HIRING MULTIPLE POSITIONS

Application website: https://www.aarcorp.com/en/careers/

Corporation website: https://www.aarcorp.com/

At 411 N. West Road, Wellington, Kans. 67152.

Wellington Council approves engineering service of Water’s Edge to lead in pool repair project

By Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow— The Wellington City Council has approved Water’s Edge Aquatic Design in Wichita to start engineering services for the major repairs at the Aquatic Center at its Tuesday meeting.

The estimated project cost has yet to be determined, but Wellington Public Works Director Jeremy Jones said it could cost city taxpayers in excess of $1.2 million. At Tuesday’s meeting, the council approved the engineering contract with Water’s Edge at $57,500.

The process will be in four phases starting this month, including determining the project’s scope, finalizing the plans, helping with bidding, and administrating the construction process.

Construction is estimated to start in September and end in May 2o25.

Council member Rick Roitman asked how much the pool has been leaking these past few weeks. Jones said it is leaking, but not at the rate it was last season when they had to delay the pool’s opening.

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In other council news:

Wellington Police Notes: Tuesday, June 4, 2024

Wellington Police notes: Tuesday, June 4, 2024

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