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In 2015, the Kansas Legislature changed local elections for cities, school boards and other municipalities from the spring to the fall to coincide with the general election calendar. This year’s election cycle is the first to be impacted by the changes. The filing deadline for local office candidates is now June 1 at Noon at your local county election offi ce. This is a significant change both in the filing date and location. All candidates for municipal office are required to file with the county election officer not at city hall, as previously allowed. The fee for filing is $20 or a nomination petition with the proper number of signatures (to determine the number of signatures needed, check with the city clerk).
City of Carbondale
Consumer Confidence Report – 2017
Covering Calendar Year – 2016
This brochure is a snapshot of the quality of the water that we provided last year. Included are the details about where your water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state standards. We are committed to providing you with information because informed customers are our best allies. It is important that customers be aware of the efforts that are made continually to improve their water systems. To learn more about your drinking water, please attend any of the regularly scheduled meetings which are held: First and third Monday each month or Tuesday following a holiday at Carbondale City Hall, 234 Main St, 7:00 pm.
THE CITY OF CARBONDALE, KANSAS
234 Main St
P.O. Box 70
Carbondale, KS 66414
BID/CONTRACT FOR FILLING THE FISH FEEDERS AT EAST LAKE
FOR THE CITY OF CARBONDALE, KS
- The purpose of this contract is to provide for the filling of fish feeders located at East Lake. The City of Carbondale will provide the fish feed. The contractor will fill two to three feeders located at East Lake as follows:
Every week May 20th – September 16th. (18 feedings)
Each feeder should feed about 20 pounds per day. (Two feedings per day, morning and evening, of 10 pounds per feeding)
- The feed bags weigh 50# each and the contractor must be able to lift the 50# bags and must provide a motorized boat capable of hauling 6 feed bags.
- The bid shall be in a lump sum total for each weekly feeding. The contractor shall be responsible for supplying their own boat, gasoline and water safety equipment. Mileage will not be paid.
- The contractor will be paid monthly and is responsible for turning in monthly invoices to City Hall before the first of each month. The invoice must then be approved at the next regularly scheduled City Council meeting (1st Monday of each month) before the contractor will be paid.