Council to sign contracts for audit, as well as with fire and police unions

YORK – The York City Council will be considering a number of contracts when they meet in regular session this Thursday, Sept. 21.

They will consider a contract with AMGL to perform the city’s audit for the 2022-23 fiscal year with a cost not to exceed $33,750. They will also consider fees of $4,000 for a single department audit (if required) and a $1,100 fee for the Kilgore Library Foundation audit.

They will also consider agreements with the police union and the fire union, which will run from now until September of 2024.

Also on Thursday’s agenda:

  • The council will consider a resolution honoring Paul Lambert and Greg Adams, for their roles in achieving state legislation which greatly improved amenities in York over the years.
  • They will consider the purchase of a mower from Midwest Turf and Irrigation, with the price to not exceed $90,547.
  • A contract will be reviewed regarding engineering services for the new fire station.
  • A preliminary and final plat for Skips 1st Subdivision and a replat of Reetz 2nd Subdivision will be considered.

The public is always encouraged to attend the council meetings, which start at 5:30 p.m., in the council chambers.

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