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Hoisington City Council to review progress on Railroad property
Hoisington city building at night
Hoisington city building. - photo by VERONICA COONS, Great Bend Tribune

Monday night, the Hoisington City Council will meet at 7 p.m. at the city offices to discuss several items of new business, and receive an update on progress with the clean up of the property located at 122 E. Railroad, owned by parents of family representatives Kevin Linsner and Todd and Robin Linsner, and currently subject to city condemnation.  
The council will also consider authorizing a loan agreement with KDHE, adopting text changes to a zoning ordinance discussed earlier in the month pertaining to accessory structures, a request of Transient Guest Tax for HMSI Ladies Night Out, and other fees.  City Manager Jonathan Mitchell will also provide an update and lead a discussion on iPads and moving to paperless meetings, as well as participation by the governing body in the Local Emergency Planning Committee.
One five-minute executive session is anticipated for consultation with an attorney on matters that would be deemed privileged in an attorney-client relationship.