More discussion on Moser property may be before city council Monday
Council members in Imperial may have before them at a meeting Monday night another proposal on property in Cornerstone owned by Scott and Stephanie Moser.
The Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) is holding a meeting today (Thursday) at 12 noon in the council chambers to discuss additional proposals from the Mosers. The meeting is open to the public.
Any CAC recommendations on use of LB 840 sales tax money must gain council approval.
At the April 3 meeting, the council voted down a CAC recommendation to forgive $161,450 the Mosers owe for not meeting contract obligations relating to hiring six full-time workers. That amount is the difference in the discounted price the Mosers paid for two Cornerstone lots and their retail price.
The Mosers, whose business Scott’s Pump Service is located on the Cornerstone lots, burned in a Feb. 16 fire and are moving from the community.
As of Wednesday morning, other agenda items for the council’s 6 p.m. meeting Monday are:
Presentation by students who accepted the Tree City USA award on behalf of the city;
Request by Chad Oxford for street closings during the Chase County Fair;
Possible approval of bid for air conditioning in city gym;
Consider action for drainage pond at Imperial Municipal Airport; and
Establishing a committee for negotiations for potential real estate purchase.