City starts process toward Levitt Stadium improvements

YORK – The city has started the process toward the major improvement project at Levitt Stadium which will result in turf installation and facility upgrades.

The council has already approved the $2.9 million project, which will be funded through money generated by the city’s LB 357 sales tax.

This week, they approved a $45,000 design build contract with Mammoth Sports Construction for the design phase.

Also during this week’s city council meeting:

  • A $21,756 bid from Raynor Garage Doors was approved. This work will include three new overhead doors for the street department. This expense was already budgeted.
  • The council approved three expedited reviews for TIF applications filed by Brandon Skelton. These pertain to properties north of Runza along North Lincoln Avenue.
  • Svehla Law Offices was appointed for city ordinance prosecutions when the city attorney may have a conflict of interest. York Attorney Charles Campbell said this doesn’t happen often, but it is smart to have another firm in place in case it does.
  • Jeff Beins was appointed to the board of adjustment. He will occupy a seat that had been fulfilled by Gayle Minert. Minert was thanked for past service.

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