2 OR 3 bedroom, 7 blocks to University. No pets. (785)320-6215
2 BEDROOM duplex, washer/ dryer included, close to campus, $800. (785)341-4267
2004 HONDA Accord, low miles, clean inside- out, gold/ tan, auto, 4 cyl, no accidents, $2,500. (865)234-0357
RESOLUTION NO. 092216-37 Published in The Manhattan Mercury on September 26, 2016. A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE DESIGNATION OF FUNDS AND THE APPROVAL OF AGREEMENTS FOR RILEY COUNTY TO ENABLE THE RILEY COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY/RILEY COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT TO BECOME A SELF-FUNDED WORKER'S COMPENSATION PROGRAM. WHEREAS, K.S.A. 19-101 fourth authorizes the Board of Commissioners of Riley County, Kansas to make all contracts and do all other acts in relation to the property and concerns of the County, K.S.A. 19-l0la authorizes the Board of Commissioners of Riley County, Kansas, to transact all county business and perform all powers of local legislation and administration it deems appropriate, K.S.A. 19-212 sixth authorizes the Board of Commissioners of Riley County, Kansas to represent the County and have the care of the County property, and the management of the business and concerns of the County, in all cases where no other provision is made by law; and WHEREAS, the Riley County Police Department/Riley County Law Enforcement Agency ("RCPD") was established as a consolidated law enforcement agency pursuant to state law; and, WHEREAS, the RCPD is funded pursuant to K.S.A. 19-4443(d), which requires the City of Manhattan, Kansas, (the "City") to levy a tax at a mill rate sufficient to fund 80% of the Agency's budget and Riley County, Kansas, (the "County") to levy a tax at a mill rate sufficient to fund 20% of the Agency's budget, unless the City and County adopt a joint resolution setting a different formula; and, WHEREAS, RCPD has an established traditional, guaranteed cost program to meets its requirements under the Kansas Workers Compensation Act (the "Act"), through which the RCPD pays premiums to a third-party insurer; and, WHEREAS, the RPCD has analyzed its workers compensation claim performance and has determined that shifting to a self-insured employer workers compensation program would result in a significant budgetary savings while maintaining the ability to pay projected claims; and, WHEREAS, the anticipated budgetary savings would benefit the RCPD, City and County, and citizens of the City and County; and, WHEREAS, in order to become a self-funded employer, the RCPD must receive the approval of the State of Kansas, Division of Workers Compensation (the "State"); and, WHEREAS, the State has required the RCPD to establish a Worker's Compensation Reserve Fund (the "Fund") in the minimum amount of $1.1 million to ensure its ability to meet its financial liabilities under the Act; and, WHEREAS, the RCPD does not currently have adequate funds to meet the State's requirement, but intends to build the Fund to meet the State's requirement by 2020; and, WHEREAS, before the Fund meets the State's requirement, the State requires the City and County to guaranty that they will meet the RCPD's financial liabilities under the Act ("Guaranty Agreement") and to designate funds in support of the guaranty; and, WHEREAS, the City and the County desire to execute the State's Guaranty Agreement because of the anticipated long-term savings to the RCPD, City and County; and, WHEREAS, the County desires to designate "on hand" funds, for the current year and fiscal year 2017, to support the Guaranty as described herein; and, WHEREAS, prior to the execution of the State's Guaranty Agreement, the City, County, and RCPD intend to execute a funding agreement that requires the RCPD to pay, from its funds, a portion of the obligations that arise pursuant to the Act before the City and County are required to pay from City and County funds in their 80%-20% shares, respectively. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF RILEY COUNTY, KANSAS, AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. The Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of Riley County, Kansas and County Clerk are hereby authorized to prepare and execute a Guaranty Agreement between the City, County and State of Kansas, in substantially the form presented to the Governing Body on this date, that provides a financial guarantee to the State of Kansas that the County will provide County funds to meet the RCPD's financial liabilities pursuant to the Act. The executed Guaranty Agreement will be forwarded to the State of Kansas upon execution. SECTION 2. The Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of Riley County, Kansas and County Clerk are hereby authorized to prepare and execute a Funding Agreement between the RCPD, the County and the City, in substantially the form presented to the Governing Body on this date, to create a payment process for the Guaranty Agreement requiring the RCPD to pay $650,000 from RCPD funds before the City and County will share in the payment of $450,000 excess financial liabilities pursuant to the 80%-20% formula. SECTION 3. The County Clerk, or his designee, are hereby directed to designate County funds, in the amount of $90,000, which represents the County's share of the monies needed to reach the RCPD's $1.1 million reserve fund minimum, through the creation of a separately budgeted line item entitled the RCPD Workers Compensation Reserve Fund. In 2016, a transfer of $90,000 will be made from the County's General Fund to a separate line item within the County's RCPD Fund to establish the County's share of the Workers Compensation Reserve Fund minimum. This separate line item within the County's RCPD Fund shall be dedicated and reserved for the purpose of ensuring that the RCPD meets its financial liabilities under the Act and shall not be expended for any other purpose. SECTION 4. That the designation of County funds for 2016 and 2017 is made from cash "on hand" and is subject to the provisions of the Cash Basis Law (K.S.A. 10-1112 and 10-1113), the Budget Law (K.S.A. 79-2935), and other laws of the State of Kansas. SECTION 5. The Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of Riley County, Kansas, County Clerk and the other officers and representatives of the County are hereby authorized and directed to take such other action as may be necessary to facilitate the transition of the RCPD to a self-funded worker's compensation program. SECTION 6. This Resolution shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication one time in the official county newspaper. PASSED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF RILEY COUNTY, KANSAS, ON THIS 22nd DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2016. ATTEST: /s/Rich Vargo, County Clerk /s/Ben Wilson, Chairman (Sealed)
STUDIO, 1 or 2 bedroom, dishwasher, laundry facility in complex, 1100 Garden Way 537-2255 or 537-7810
Charming 2 Bdrm Wood floors, washer/ dryer, dishwasher. Off- street parking. $750.00. No pets/ smoking. Call/ text (785)532-8662.
ROOMMATE, $300/ month, utilities paid. (785)537-4947
2 BDRM, 1 Bath Duplex. Fireplace, 1 Car Garage, Washer/ Dryer Hookups, Fenced Yard, Water Paid, Lawn Care Provided. 3005 #1 Dickens Ave. Available 10/ 1/ 16. Rent $850. (785)341-3232
2 & 3 BEDROOM, close to campus or city library. Dishwasher, central air, laundry facilities. No pets. (785)539-0866
2- 5 BEDROOM homes avail. August 1, 2015. Starting as low as $ 675.00 per month! 785-539-1554
Eng. Bulldog Pups AKC registered and microchipped. Go to my Facebook page, Puppy Playhouse, or my web site, puppiesplayhouse.com. 785-292-4329
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Published in The Manhattan Mercury on Monday, September 26, 2016. Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held on Monday, October 17, 2016, at 7:00 P.M. in the City Commission Room, 1101 Poyntz Avenue, by the Manhattan Urban Area Planning Board, for the purpose of hearing all interested persons relative to ANNEXING and REZONING City of Manhattan owned property that includes the Manhattan Regional Airport's Fixed Base Operator (FBO) and adjacent armory building located at 1709 Airport Road, the adjoining S. Airport Road right-of-way and a portion of property northwest of the intersection of S. Airport Road and Skyway Drive. The landed to be annexed and rezoned is approximately 6.45 acre in area. No development is proposed with the request. The present zoning district classification is: Riley County C-4, Highway Business District. The proposed change is to: AO, Airport Overlay District. A complete legal description is available for public inspection in the Community Development Department on the 2nd floor of City Hall, 1101 Poyntz Avenue, Manhattan, Kansas 66502. Comments on this proposed change will be heard at the Public Hearing. If you have any questions or comments regarding this proposed change, please contact the Community Development Department at 785-587-2412. This meeting is being held in the City Commission Room at City Hall, 1101 Poyntz Avenue. In accordance with provisions of the ADA, every attempt will be made to accommodate the needs of persons with disabilities. Please contact the Human Resources Department (587-2443) for assistance
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Published in The Manhattan Mercury on Monday, September 26, 2016. Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held on Monday, October 17, 2016, at 7:00 P.M. in the City Commission Room, 1101 Poyntz Avenue by the Manhattan Urban Area Planning Board for the purpose of hearing all interested parties relative to REPLATTING the following tracts of land: 2618 Kimball Avenue and 2000 Parkway Lane Concurrent Plat (Preliminary and Final Plat) (Generally located at the northeast corner of Kimball Avenue and Parkway Lane) A complete legal description and the proposed plat are available for public inspection in the Community Development Department on the 2nd Floor of City Hall, 1101Poyntz Avenue, Manhattan, Kansas, 66502. The Manhattan Urban Area Planning Board will base approval of this proposed subdivision on conformance with the Manhattan Urban Area Subdivision Regulations. If you have any questions regarding this proposed subdivision, please contact the Community Development Department at 785-587-2412. It is our policy to provide individuals with disabilities an equal opportunity to participate in, and enjoy the benefits of our services, programs, and activities. This meeting is being held in the City Commission Room at City Hall, 1101 Poyntz Avenue. In accordance with provisions of the ADA, every attempt will be made to accommodate the needs of persons with disabilities. Please contact the Human Resources Department (587-2443) for assistance
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath house for rent east of Manhattan. $1,430, includes water. Washer/ dryer, large storage shed. Call Mike, (785)477-2952.
COUCH and loveseat. Also recliner chair. $300 for all O. B. O. (785)776-0942
1 LARGE bedroom, 1 block from campus, dishwasher, laundry facility in complex. Available immediately. 785-537-2255 or 785-537-7810.
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, washer/ dryer. Includes PokeStop. No pets, no smoking. $990. Low gas bill guaranteed. 1200 Colorado. (785)317-3824. No yard work.