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Posted: Tuesday, May 28, 2019 4:29 pm

The Madison City Commission will consider authorizing the mayor to sign a letter of agreement with First District Association of Local Governments when it meets at 5:50 p.m. on Tuesday at City Hall.

The city commissioners will review an agreement between the city and First District that will have the local government-support organization work on updating Madison's comprehensive land-use plan. They will also consider approving the agreement.

Before reviewing the First District agreement, the commissioners will hold a hearing at 5:30 p.m. to hear any information about plans to transfer a malt-beverage and South Dakota farm wine license from Noel Haroldson at the Thue Park concession stand to CJ Shafer LLC at the Thue Park concession stand. After the hearing, the commissioners will consider approving the transfer.

In other business, the commissioners will consider:

-- Authorizing the mayor to sign a service order for Banner Associates, an engineering firm, to conduct sanitary and storm-sewer improvements for the city's water system improvement project.

-- Authorizing the mayor to sign a change order for D&G Concrete Construction regarding the Washington Ave. reconstruction project.

-- Authorizing the mayor to sign a grant application to the S.D. Department of Health regarding the city's mosquito-control program.

-- Authorizing a bid-letting and setting the bid date for a project to rehabilitate and re-mark the runway at the city municipal airport.

-- Approving the replat of lots 6A and 6B in Block One of the Schaefer Second Addition.

-- Approving an integrated resource plan submitted by Heartland Consumers Power District, a provider of wholesale electrical power to the city.

-- Approving more than a dozen applications from businesses and organizations for the renewal of retail malt-beverage and South Dakota farm wine licenses.

-- Approving the declaration of a 2004 Harley-Davidson motorcycle used by the Madison Police Department as surplus property, appointing appraisers, and setting a bid date.

-- Approving the declaration of surveillance cameras, radar units, laptops, printers and other equipment used by the police department as surplus and authorizing their proper disposal.

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