Kingman City Council can appoint a new member | Kingman Miner Daily

KINGMAN — Kingman City Council may appoint a new council member at its next meeting.

With only a handful of meetings remaining until the new members are sworn in, the board will decide at its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 3 at 5 p.m. in the council chambers, 310 N. 4th St., whether or not to appoint a new member.

The council voted against appointing a new vice mayor in September when current mayor Ken Watkins was elevated from his position as vice mayor, leaving vacancies.

Design services for the Beale Street infrastructure project are also being discussed. Previously, the project was funded by American Rescue Plan Act funds, however, staff recommended the project move to a Construction Manager at Risk delivery method, as APRA requirements included an increase in procurement for designs, tenders and construction.

According to the agenda, the final design costs would increase by over $90,000 and total $520,055. The money would come from the Capital Projects Fund.

Council will vote on a proposed technical maintenance improvement project at the City’s Engineering Building. The project would involve flooring, plumbing and painting and would cost more than $55,000 from the Water Operations Fund.

The council will also hear dog orders and enforcement updates, an update from the police task force and an update from the golf course.

A report on Proposition 415, the proposed 0.56% sales tax increase that Kingman voters will find on their November ballot, will be presented.

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