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12/3/2013 6:00:00 AM
Kingman council continues work on General Plan

Doug McMurdo
Miner Staff Reporter


KINGMAN - A comprehensive plan that touches on virtually every aspect of what Kingman is today and what it could be in 20 years is the subject of a public hearing at tonight's City Council meeting.

The revamped Kingman General Plan has already been subject to two October updates hosted by the city's Planning and Zoning Commission.

If Mayor Janet Watson and the Council vote to adopt the plan, voters must ratify the document in next November's general election.

Other items on tap for action tonight include appointments made to the Municipal Utility and Parks and Recreation commissions and the Golf Course Advisory Board.

The Council could award four truck bids for the use of the Sanitation and Water departments.

The Martin Swanty Dodge-Chrysler-Jeep dealership in Kingman submitted the low bid on two one-ton trucks and Anderson Toyota in Lake Havasu City submitted the lowest bids on two smaller trucks.

Swanty's bid of about $33,500 apiece for the 1-ton trucks, one with a flatbed and one with a utility bed, was about $1,500 cheaper than the next lowest bid.

Anderson's bid for two mid-size trucks was about $42,000 for both trucks combined, roughly $6,000 less than what the second lowest bidder submitted.

Public Transit Supervisor Sheri Furr will present an overview of the Kingman Area Regional Transit program, part of Watson's ongoing efforts to educate the public on what services the city provides.

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Related Links:
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