Wednesday, September 21, 2005
Grandview surpluses vehicles
GRANDVIEW - Monday night, Grandview City Council members
voted to surplus four vehicles.
The vehicles set to be surplused include a 1994 Chevrolet
S-10 pickup, a 1994 Ford F-1 pickup, a 1983 GMC Rally van and a 1990 pickup.
Playground committee receives donation
GRANDVIEW - Monday night, Mark Koreski of M & R
Construction Company presented a check for $1,000 to Parks and Recreation
Director Mike Carpenter.
The donation will be used to help fund the purchase of new
playground equipment for the water tower park located off of King Street.
M & R Construction Company is
currently putting in the Manhattan Estates
subdivision on the corner of West Fifth Street and Cherry Lane in Grandview.
Public input sought on fireworks
GRANDVIEW - Grandview City Council will receive public input
on the issue of fireworks during its meeting on Monday, Oct. 17.
During the meeting, the public will listen to some
regulatory ideas created by members of the Fireworks Task Force. The community
will then be able to provide their input.
Grandview museum's season drawing to a close
GRANDVIEW - Grandview Parks and Recreation Director Mike
Carpenter told council members Monday night that the last day of the Grandview
museum's season will be Oct. 14.
The museum will reopen to visitors in the spring.
Senior Citizens Club makes donation to city
GRANDVIEW - Monday night, Grandview Parks and Recreation
Director Mike Carpenter announced that the local Senior Citizens Club had
recently donated $1,000 to the Grandview police and fire departments for use in
He added that the club is also looking at using some of its
funds to repaint the interior of the Carl L. Stevens Senior Center.