Sunday, April 23, 2017



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  • BEDROOM FURNITURE GROUP, SOLID

    BEDROOM furniture group, solid oak, queen headboard with bed rails, matching chest of drawers and bedside stands. (785)341-8757


  • RESOLUTION NO. 041817-C PUBLIS

    RESOLUTION NO. 041817-C Published in The Manhattan Mercury on April 23, 2017. A RESOLUTION MAKING FINDINGS AS TO THE ADVISABILITY AND AUTHORIZING CONSTRUCTION OF AN IMPROVEMENT UNDER AND PURSUANT TO K.S.A. 12-6a01, et seq. WHEREAS, a petition was filed with the City Clerk on the 4th day of April, 2017, requesting sanitary sewer improvements for the Heritage Square North, Unit 2, Project No. SS1701, and the Governing Body of the City hereby find the petition to be sufficient. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF MANHATTAN, KANSAS; that the following findings as to the advisability of the construction of said improvements are hereby made to-wit: a) GENERAL NATURE OF IMPROVEMENT: SANITARY SEWER Engineering, Construction, and Construction Administration of approximately 2,600 feet of 8-inch SDR 26 sanitary sewer gravity main, 10 manholes and related appurtenances necessary to serve Heritage Square North, Unit 2, an addition to the City of Manhattan, Pottawatomie County, Kansas. b) PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT (Public right-of-way excluded.): Lots 1-8, Heritage Square North, Unit 2, an Addition to the City of Manhattan, Pottawatomie County, Kansas. The boundaries of the Improvement District cannot be modified after this Petition has been accepted by the City; however, in the event tracts or lots within the boundaries of the Improvement District are altered, prior to the adoption of any ordinance levying assessments in accordance with this petition, by a replat, lot split or boundary line adjustment accepted by the City, the legal description of the Improvement District shall be automatically adjusted to be consistent with such action and the levying ordinance shall be applied to such adjusted description. However, the acceptance of this Petition does not require the City to approve any such requested replat, lot split or boundary line adjustment. c) ESTIMATED OR PROBABLE COST: Four hundred and twenty-one thousand dollars and no/cents ($421,000.00) d) METHOD OF ASSESSMENT: The portion of the cost of the improvements for which the improvement district is responsible for payment shall be apportioned equally per square foot of area against all lots and within the improvement district upon which improvements may be placed. The percentage of the assessments for which each lot or piece of land will be responsible shall be computed using the square footage (exclusive of the Big Blue River Drainage Easement) of the parcel compared with the size of the improvement district overall (exclusive of the Big Blue River Drainage Easement). Provided, however, in the event there is a discrepancy in the calculations using those areas and the percentages set forth below, the percentages set forth below shall control. Using this methodology, the square footage of assessment that each lot or piece of land will be responsible for is as follows: Lot Square Feet Percentage Share Lot 1 202,281 27.15% Lot 2 92,876 12.47% Lot 3 66,291 8.90% Lot 4 46,602 6.26% Lot 5 124,278 16.68% Lot 6 51,422 6.90% Lot 7 43,359 5.82% Lot 8 117,836 15.82% Total = 744,945 100% In the event all or part of the lots in the Improvement District are altered by replat, boundary line adjustment or lot split accepted by the City and before assessments have been levied, the assessments against the Improvement District, as modified by such action, shall be applied on an equal share per lot, as those lots exist after such action. In the event a lot or lots within the Improvement District are altered by replat, boundary line adjustment or lot split accepted by the city after assessments have been levied by ordinance, the assessment applicable to the lot(s) so altered shall be apportioned to the new lot(s) based upon the relative square footage of those new lots. However, the acceptance of this petition does not require the City to approve any such requested replat, boundary line adjustment or lot split. e) APPORTIONMENT OF COSTS: Improvement District: 100.0% One Hundred Percent City-At-Large: 0.0% Zero Percent BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Engineer or his authorized representative of the City of Manhattan, Kansas, be and is hereby appointed and directed to prepare under oath a detailed estimate of the cost of said improvement together with plans and specifications therefore, and file the same with the City Clerk for consideration and action thereon by the Governing Body of the City of Manhattan, Kansas. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, K.S.A. 12-6a01, et seq., provides for the abovesaid improvements to be paid by the issuance of general obligation bonds of the City (the "Bonds"). The Bonds may be issued to reimburse expenditures made on or after the date, which is 60 days before the date of this resolution, pursuant to Treasury Regulation 1.150-2. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the above described improvement is hereby authorized and declared to be necessary in accordance with the findings of the Governing Body as set out in this resolution, and that this resolution shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication once in The Manhattan Mercury. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this resolution shall be filed with the Riley County Register of Deeds Office. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the benefit district portion of the cost of the above described improvement shall be bonded for twenty (20) years. ADOPTED AT Manhattan, Kansas, this 18th day of April, 2017. _________________________ Usha Reddi, Mayor _________________________ Gary S. Fees, MMC, City Clerk


  • HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER.

    HOUSE for sale by owner. (785)410-8548


  • PAVED 2+ ACRE WOODED LOTS, ROC

    PAVED 2+ acre wooded lots, Rockenham Road. HB Development, (785)456-4254.


  • 10X 10 STORAGE UNITS AVAILABLE

    10X 10 STORAGE Units available now! (785)539-5791


  • ORDINANCE NO. 7280 SUMMARY PUB

    ORDINANCE NO. 7280 SUMMARY Published in The Manhattan Mercury on April 23, 2017. On April 18, 2017, the City of Manhattan, Kansas adopted the following ordinance: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CURRENT COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OR REDEVELOPMENT OF THE MANHATTAN URBAN AREA AND THE CITY OF MANHATTAN, KANSAS ENTITLED THE "MANHATTAN URBAN AREA COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, DATED MARCH 2015" BY THE ADOPTION, BY REFERENCE, OF THE "AGGIEVILLE COMMUNITY VISION (ACV) PLAN, DATED MARCH 2017" The Ordinance amends the Manhattan Urban Area Comprehensive Plan, by adopting and incorporating the Aggieville Community Vision Plan, dated March 2017, provides guidance for the high-intensity urban environment within the Aggieville Business District that fronts on Bluemont Avenue/Anderson Avenue, Moro Street, and Laramie Street/West Laramie Street between North 11th and North 14th Streets. The comprehensive principles of the Plan include increasing housing and broadening retail opportunities, improving the urban environment through streetscape upgrades and revised zoning regulations, and finding opportunities to use public land (City parking lots) to leverage redevelopment and increased parking. The Aggieville Community Vision Plan reflects the community's desire to preserve Moro Street and the portion of North Manhattan Avenue from Moro Street northward to Bluemont Avenue by maintaining the historic character and building massing in those locations, while increasing future building heights in the remaining portions of the district. The complete text of the Ordinance may be obtained or viewed free of charge at the office of the City Clerk, City Hall, 1101 Poyntz Ave., Manhattan, KS 66502, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., and is available for at least one week following the publication date of this summary at http://www.cityofmhk.com. This Summary certified to be legally accurate and sufficient by City Attorney Katharine Jackson.


  • NICE 1 BEDROOM, UTILITIES PAID

    NICE 1 bedroom, utilities paid. No pets or smoking. $550/ month. 913-680-8892


  • RILEY COUNTY, KANSAS INVITATIO

    RILEY COUNTY, KANSAS INVITATION TO BID First Published in The Manhattan Mercury on April 23, 2107. Subsequently Published on April 26, 2017 and April 30, 2017. Sealed Bids will be received by Riley County, Kansas at the Office of the County Clerk for the: 2017 Asphalt Overlay Program Bids will be accepted until 8:15 AM on Monday, May 15th, 2017 at the Office of the County Clerk, located in the Riley County Office Building, 110 Courthouse Plaza, Manhattan, KS. Bids will be opened and read aloud at 9:00 AM on Monday, May 15th, 2017 during the Board of County Commissioners meeting at the Courthouse Plaza East Building, 115 No. 4th, Manhattan, KS. Principal Items of Work: Alternate 1: Green-Randolph Road Delivery of approximately 17,175 Tons of Bituminous Hot Mix Asphalt and performing approximately 143,500 Square Yards of Asphalt Pavement Milling Alternate 2: Green-Randolph Road Approximately 10.4 miles of 2 in. Bituminous Hot Mix Asphalt Overlay and performing approximately 143,500 Square Yards of Asphalt Pavement Milling Bid Forms, Specifications, and other Contract Documents may be obtained at the Riley County Public Works office located at 6215 Tuttle Creek Blvd., Manhattan, KS 66503. Phone 785-537-6330. Copies of the Bid Forms, Specifications, and other Contract Documents are on file and available for public inspection at the Office of the County Clerk located in the Riley County Office Building, 110 Courthouse Plaza, Manhattan, KS. All bidders must be on the plan holders list to be eligible. No Bidder may withdraw a bid for a period of 30 days following the opening of Bids. The character and amount of security to be furnished by each Bidder is stated in the above mentioned Contract Documents. Working Days, the Proposed Start Date, and Bid Amount will all be considered in awarding of the Bid. The Riley County Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any and all Bids, to waive informalities in considering Bids and to accept the Bid which, in the Board's opinion, is in the best interest of Riley County. By Riley County Clerk ________________________ Rich Vargo


  • STUDIO, 1 OR 2 BEDROOM, DISHWA

    STUDIO, 1 or 2 bedroom, dishwasher, laundry facility in complex, 1100 Garden Way 537-2255 or 537-7810


  • 2 BEDROOM HOUSE FOR RENT

    2 BEDROOM house for rent, Riley, KS. (785)313-1879


  • MOREL MUSHROOMS WILL BUY MOREL

    Morel Mushrooms Will buy morels. 785-539-4522


  • 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH WESTSIDE

    3 BEDROOM, 2 bath Westside Condo with garage. $1,300. (785)341-4025


  • SCHNAUZER MINI PUPS, BLACK AND

    SCHNAUZER mini pups, black and salt- and- pepper, 3 males, ready now, $850. (785)568-2345


  • 3109 ELLA LANE—3 BEDROOMS, A

    3109 ELLA Lane-- 3 bedrooms, appliances, $995/ mo. No pets. Call Blanton Realty, (785)776-8506.


  • HOUSE FOR SALE 4 BR, 1 BATH

    House For Sale 4 BR, 1 Bath, Single Garage. Partial Finished Basement, Partially fenced backyard. Located at 111 South Nevada St., Leonardville. Call/ Text (785)410-6261.


  • 1500 SQUARE FEET NEXT TO WESTS

    1500 SQUARE feet next to Westside Market. Call Terry at (785)532-8686.


  • 1200’- 3600’ OF PRIME COMMERCI

    1200'- 3600' OF prime commercial space by Wal-Mart! 785-539-1554


  • 1 EFFICIENCY, AUG. LEASE. HEAT

    EFFICIENCY, Aug. lease. Heat, water, trash paid. No smoking. No pets. Laundry available. (785)410-8740, (785)539-5869.


  • 1150 TO 4800 COMMERCIAL OFFICE

    1150' TO 4800' commercial office space by Westloop. (785)341-2414


  • HOME FOR SALE 5 BEDROOM HOUSE

    Home For Sale 5 bedroom house, 3 full bath, finished basement with wet bar, Timbercreek III adjacent to community pool and park. No special taxes. $234,999 O. B. O. Call (785)556-1877.



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