Animal shelter, judge vacancy on Kingman Council's agenda

KINGMAN - The City Council at today's meeting has a busy agenda that includes discussion on the possibility of the city chipping in funds to help build a new animal shelter.

The Council will be briefed on the plan and discuss whether to place the item for possible adoption in the city's capital projects plan.

In other items of note, the Council is scheduled to:

• Determine how to fill the soon-to-be-vacant city magistrate position in Kingman Municipal Court.

Longtime Judge Kathy McCoy announced she would resign effective June 30.

• Hear a presentation by the Arizona Department of Transportation regarding interim improvements to the Interstate 40 and U.S. 93 traffic interchange.

• Hear a report on capital improvement projects planned for the Eastern and Airway avenues connection and the Interstate 40 and Prospector Street feasibility studies.

Today's meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. inside Council Chambers at City Hall, 310 N. Fourth Street.