By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Hotel to start selling hunting licenses
Placeholder Image

HOISINGTON — At the Hoisington City Council meeting last week, the council authorized $500 of the Transient Guest Tax be awarded to Cheyenne Inn and Suites for leasing hunting license application equipment. The idea behind it was to keep the hunters in Hoisington.
The time line on this is not yet known.
The council voted to accept a proposal from JCI Pump for pumps  for the power plant for $35,233.35.
A new Emergency Medical Services director has been hired, Craig Sauers. He is from Clay County.
City Manager Jonathan Mitchell said that  the new trolley has been ordered. It is a 20 passenger trolley with enhanced suspension. It will be decorated with a cardinal red stripe. Eighty percent of the cost of the trolley is covered by the state.
Mitchell’s  update for Pride Park shows that when the equipment will be set up Nov. 16, and that city employees will help out. Also, Roto-Mix agrred to sandblast the current swing set and jungle gym.