HOISINGTON — The Hoisington City Council met at its regular meeting on Monday.
Curtis Wolf was present from the Kansas Wetlands Education Center and gave a report on the activities for the year.
City Manager Jonathan Mitchell reported that the improvements to the power plant from the Rice Neshap regulations will be tested by the state in late March. He also said a valve needs to be replaced at the water plant that will take two months.
The Safe Routes to School project is expected to start next week and take about two months to complete.
In addition, the Hoisington Land Bank, which met before the council meeting accepted the 60.6 acres of land purchased west of the city into the land bank.