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Council considers alcohol sales at golf course

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

The Nevada City Council will be considering a change in the city code to permit the sale of alcohol at the Frank E. Peters Municipal Golf Course during their meeting at 7 tonight in the council chambers in the Public Safety Building, 120 S. Ash St.

In a related matter they will be considering the second reading of a contract with Archetype Design Group, Leawood, Kan., for the construction of a new clubhouse at the Frank E. Peters Municipal Golf Course. The new clubhouse is to be paid for with money from the city's 1/2 percent park and recreation sales tax. This money can only be used for capital improvement projects spelled out in the ballot language.

Another big ticket item on the council's agenda for tonight is the contract with Williams, Spurgeon Kuhl & Freshnock Architects Inc. for the renovation and construction of a public safety building.

Other new items of business under consideration include the first reading a special ordinance approving the settlement of a boundary dispute with the state of Missouri and a special ordinance approving a contract with M-Nod Taxi and Shuttle to provide subsidized public transportation through the city's taxi coupon program.

The council will also be considering the final reading of several items including a lease agreement with Young Iron and Metal for a 30-foot gooseneck trailer used for metal recycling; a bid for trash service from Waste Corporation of America and an ordinance declaring a number of vehicles surplus so they can be disposed of.

Also on the agenda are bids for chemicals at the Twin Lakes Sports Complex, a commercial grade spray vehicle for the parks and recreation department and banners to be placed on Austin Boulevard and other streets.

The council will also be approving the appointment of Ron Jones to a second term on the airport board and Bob Beaver to his first term on the Nevada Regional Medical Center board of directors.

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