Tuesday, February 9, 2016



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  • RES# 020216-B PUBLI

    RESOLUTION NO. 020216-B Published in The Manhattan Mercury on Sunday, February 7, 2016. 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 25th day of January, 2016, requesting water improvements for the Scenic Crossing Addition, Project No. ST1601 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: STREET Engineering and Construction of all of Scenic Landing, all of Scenic Court and a portion of Scenic Crossings streets. This portion first from Kimball Avenue to the intersection of Scenic Landing, and then from Scenic Circle to Anderson Avenue. The remaining sections of Scenic Crossings will be a future Phase and future petition. Construction shall include all associated storm sewer, sidewalk, ADA curb ramps, grading, signage and related improvements necessary to service Scenic Crossing Addition, an addition to the City of Manhattan, Riley County, Kansas. b) PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT (Public right-of-way excluded.): Lots 1-20, Lots 21A-27B, and Lots 28-31 in Scenic Crossing, an addition in the City of Manhattan, Riley 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: One Million Five Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($1,580,000) d) METHOD OF ASSESSMENT: Lots 1-20 shall receive 38.66% of the Improvement District's share and that share shall be divided equally among said Lots. Lots 21A-27B shall receive 11.20% of the Improvement District's share and that share shall be divided equally among said Lots. Lot 28 shall receive 25.42% of the Improvement District's share; Lot 29 shall receive 7.54% of the Improvement District's share; Lot 30 shall receive 4.18% of the Improvement District's share; and, Lot 31 shall receive 13.00% of the Improvement District's share. 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 for the lots in categories 1 and 2, as those lots exist after such action; and on an equal share per square foot for the lots in category 3, 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% One Hundred Percent City-At-Large: 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, 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 2nd day of February, 2016. (SEAL) __________________________ Gary S. Fees, MMC, City Clerk ____________________ Karen McCulloh, Mayor


  • 3 BEDROOM, 1 1/2 BATH, GARAGE,

    3 BEDROOM, 1 1/2 bath, garage, fireplace, walk- out basement, big yard. $1,050. (785)537-2255, (785)537-7810.


  • ESU POPERTIES OWNER FINANCING

    ESU Poperties Owner Financing 13 houses, two- five bedrooms. 27 apartments, one- three bedrooms. Fixer- uppers. Walk to campus. $57K each. Owner financing available. (620)757-1220


  • 2 BEDROOM, FROM $650/ MONTH. N

    2 BEDROOM, from $650/ month. Near downtown. Newly remodeled. 785-221-5525


  • RES# 020216-D PUBLI

    RESOLUTION NO. 020216-D Published in The Manhattan Mercury on Sunday, February 7, 2016. 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 25th day of January, 2016, requesting water improvements for the Scenic Crossing Addition, Project No. WA1602 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:WATER Engineering and Construction of approximately 2,000 feet of 8 inch ductile iron pipe water main, 510' of service laterals, and related fittings, valves and fire hydrants necessary to service Phase II of the Scenic Crossing Addition, an addition to the City of Manhattan, Riley County, Kansas. b) PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT (Public right-of-way excluded.): Lots 1-20, Lots 21A-27B, and Lots 28-31 in Scenic Crossing, an addition in the City of Manhattan, Riley 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: Hundred Thirty Six Thousand Dollars ($236,000.00) d) METHOD OF ASSESSMENT: Lots 1-20 shall receive 38.66% of the Improvement District's share and that share shall be divided equally among said Lots. Lots 21A-27B shall receive 11.20% of the Improvement District's share and that share shall be divided equally among said Lots. Lot 28 shall receive 25.42% of the Improvement District's share; Lot 29 shall receive 7.54% of the Improvement District's share; Lot 30 shall receive 4.18% of the Improvement District's share; and, Lot 31 shall receive 13.00% of the Improvement District's share. 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 for the lots in categories 1 and 2, as those lots exist after such action; and on an equal share per square foot for the lots in category 3, 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% One Hundred Percent City-At-Large: 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, 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 2nd day of February, 2016. (SEAL) _________________________ Gary S. Fees, MMC, City Clerk ___________________ Karen McCulloh, Mayor


  • KNOX LANE SELF STORAGE 210 KNO

    Knox Lane Self Storage 210 Knox Lane, 5x 5- 10x 30. 785-341-3578.


  • SMALL 1+ BEDROOM HOUSE IN WAME

    SMALL 1+ bedroom house in Wamego. Nonsmoking, one off- street parking space. Pets negotiable. Water, sewer, electricity, natural gas, and trash included. $550/ month plus deposit. (785)317-0557 or bhanson@k-state.edu


  • 12X 30 COVERED RV/ BOAT STORAG

    12X 30 COVERED RV/ boat storage, $65/ month. (785)537-2190


  • CDBG HOUSING REHABILITATION PR

    City of Manhattan Community Development Department CDBG Housing Rehabilitation Program Published in The Manhattan Mercury on February 7, 2016 The City of Manhattan, Kansas is now requesting bids for the rehabilitation of the property at: 2036 Strong Avenue This rehabilitation work includes carpentry, electrical, lead-based paint activities, radon mitigation, and foundation repair. Sealed bids for this work will be received until 3:00 P.M. February 17, 2016, by the City Clerk at City Hall, 1101 Poyntz Avenue, Manhattan, Kansas, at which time they will be opened and read aloud. Bid packets may be picked up at the Community Development Department in City Hall, 1101 Poyntz Avenue, Manhattan, Kansas prior to the walk through on Wednesday, February 10, 2016, at 3:30 P.M. If you have questions concerning this project, contact George Stark, Housing Rehabilitation Inspector, at 587-2431. All persons awarded and/or entering into contracts with the City of Manhattan shall be subject to and required to comply with all applicable City, State, and Federal provisions pertaining to non-discrimination, Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action.


  • MOBILE HOME FOR SALE, 16X 72,

    MOBILE home for sale, 16x 72, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, full appliances, asking $18,000. Lot 184 Redbud Estates. Chell 785-556-5901, Brett 785-477-1831.


  • 2 & 3 BEDROOM, CLOSE TO CAMPUS

    2 & 3 BEDROOM, close to campus or city library. Dishwasher, central air, laundry facilities. No pets. (785)539-0866


  • 3 BEDROOM/ 1 BATH FENCED YARD,

    3 Bedroom/ 1 Bath Fenced yard, Garage. Available March 1st. 2213 Northview. $1000/ month. (913)731-7286


  • RES# 100615-C PUBLIS

    RESOLUTION NO. 100615-C Published in The Manhattan Mercury on Sunday, February 7, 2016. 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 24th day of September, 2015, requesting sanitary sewer improvements for Scenic Crossing Addition, Project No. SM1511 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: Stormwater Site excavation and grading for Scenic Crossing to grade drainage patterns, profiles, and detention pond on the development site. Detention pond will have storm sewer pipe exiting the detention pond and outfall at public infrastructure along Anderson Avenue. Project will also include the adjustment power poles that are in direct conflict with the grading required for property drainage along the Anderson Avenue right-of-way. Extents of grading to match the boundary legal description of Scenic Crossing Addition, an Addition to the City of Manhattan, Riley County Kansas. b) PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT (Public right-of-way excluded.): Lots 1-20, Lots 21A-27B, and Lots 28-31 in Scenic Crossing, an Addition to the City of Manhattan, Riley County, Kansas. c) ESTIMATED OR PROBABLE COST: Nine Hundred Forty Five Thousand Dollars ($945,000.00) d) METHOD OF ASSESSMENT: R-1 Zoning Lots 1-20 = 38.66%. 20 Equal shares at 1.0 share each R-2 Zoning Lots 21A-27B = 11.20%. 14 equal share at 1.0 share each C-2 Zoning Lot 28 = 25.42% Lot 29 = 7.54% Lot 30 = 4.18% Lot 31 = 13.00% In the event all or part of the lots, parcels or tracts in the improvement district are replatted before assessments have been levied, the assessments against the replatted area shall be calculated on the basis of the method of assessment set forth herein. Where the ownership of a single lot, parcel or tract is or may be divided into two or more lots, parcels or tracts, the assessment to the lot, parcel or tract so divided may be assessed to each ownership of said lot, parcel or tract, on a square foot basis, or as otherwise determined by the Governing Body, in its sole discretion. e) APPORTIONMENT OF COSTS: Improvement District: 100% One Hundred Percent City-At-Large: 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, 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 6th day of October, 2015. (SEAL) _________________________ Gary S. Fees, MMC, City Clerk ___________________ Karen McCulloh, Mayor (Clerk's Note: This Resolution was originally published on October 11, 2015, but was not filed with the Riley County Register of Deeds due to error in the legal description in Sections A and B. This corrected version has been republished and filed with the Register of Deeds. This corrected version accurately reflects the action of the Governing Body of the City of Manhattan, Kansas, on October 6, 2015.)


  • 2 BEDROOM, 2303 BUTTERNUT. ATT

    2 BEDROOM, 2303 Butternut. Attached garage/ opener, washer/ dryer hookup. No Pets. Feb. 1st. (785)313-7407


  • STUDIO, 1 OR 2 BEDROOM, DISHWA

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


  • ORD# 7195 SUMMARY (PU

    ORDINANCE NO. 7195 SUMMARY (PUBLISHED IN THE MANHATTAN MERCURY ON FEBRUARY 7, 2016) On February 2, 2016, the City of Manhattan, Kansas adopted the following ordinance: AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE ELECTION AND TERMS OF OFFICE OF MEMBERS OF THE CITY'S GOVERNING BODY. This Ordinance amends Section 2-12 of the Code of Ordinances, City of Manhattan, Kansas relating to the election of members of the governing body and establishing terms of the Commission. 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 NEWLY REMODELED 2 & 3 BED

    NICE newly remodeled 2 & 3 bedroom homes in Walnut Grove Mobile Home Park, Brensing Subdivision. $500 per month (785)494-8702


  • STORAGE UNIT, 12X 20, $70/ MON

    STORAGE unit, 12'x 20', $70/ month. (785)537-2190


  • MOWING BIDS NOW BEING ACCEPTED

    MOWING Bids now being accepted for 3 cemeteries in Ogden Township for the 2016 mowing season; Catholic Cemetery (Mallon Rd & Harris, Ogden). Protestant Cemetery, (N. Walnut, Ogden) & small abandoned cemetery on Eureka Drive (west of Odd Fellows Cemetery, north side of road). Bids should be submitted in writing & based on a "per mow" charge; please include references. Successful vendor must have proof of liability insurance. Questions & bids submitted by email to: management@mkpropertymgt.com. Closing date of bids 19 February 2016 @ 5:00pm.


  • 3 BEDROOM DUPLEX, 1.5 BATH, LA

    3 BEDROOM duplex, 1.5 bath, large family room, central air, garage, washer/ dryer hookup. No pets. 706 Ridgewood Drive. $960. (785)537-1746 or (785)539-1545.



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