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  1. City Commission Meeting

    December 6, 2022, 6:00 PM
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    City Hall, City Commission Room

    The governing and legislative body of the city is the City Commission, comprised of five commissioners who are elected at-large on a non-partisan basis. The commission determines all matters of policy and approves all city ordinances and resolutions, as well as adopts the annual city budget.

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  2. Partner City Advisory Committee

    December 7, 2022, 4:00 PM
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    City Hall, City Commission Room

    The purpose of the committee is to recommend to the City Commission the policies and objectives for the overall partner cities program; make recommendations to the City Commission regarding the selection of partner cities; plan, develop, promote, and coordinate partner city activities, including, but not limited to, visits of individuals and exchanges of delegations, educational and informational exchanges and events with partner city communities, their nations and their cultures; develop goals and work plans regarding activities of the committee; review proposals from individual associations or other institutions for joint programs and assist in effective coordination of such activities; and when applicable, conduct fundraising for partner city activities and programs.

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  3. Special Historic Resources Board Meeting

    December 8, 2022, 4:00 PM
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    City Commission Room 

    The purpose of the Historic Resources Board is to encourage the preservation, restoration and rehabilitation of historic properties within the City through the designation of Historic sites, structures, and districts, pursuant to Chapter 17.5 of the City's Code of Ordinances. The Board also advises the City Commission on matters related to historic preservation and issues Certificates of Appropriateness on locally designated historic properties.

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  4. Human Rights and Services Board Meeting

    December 8, 2022, 5:30 PM
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    City Commission Room, City Hall

    Comprised of seven community members, the HRSB’s primary purpose is to receive and consider questions or proposals which in and of themselves do not constitute formal complaints of unlawful discrimination but are related issues, and recommend non-discrimination, equal opportunity and civil rights policies, procedures, and programs to the governing body (City Commission). Those recommendations should be intended to protect against discrimination; promote the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of the city; and/or create a welcoming, diverse community.

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  5. Frederick Douglass Recreation Complex Advisory Board Meeting

    December 8, 2022, 5:45 PM
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    Community Room, Douglass Activity Center

    The purpose of the Frederick Douglass Recreation Complex Advisory Board is to make reports and recommendations to the governing body on all matters referred to it, and as the Board deems advisable, shall make recommendations related to the operation of the Fredrick Douglass Recreation Complex, including its facility, programs and services.

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  6. Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (CANCELED)

    December 9, 2022, 8:15 AM
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    City Commission Room 

    Advise the Bicycle Coordinator and City Staff as to the determination of bicycle routes and help to establish project priorities. Plan, develop, promote, and coordinate community cycling activities, including, but not limited to, recurring organized rides, special event rides, bicycle safety education workshops, bicycle rodeos and other social gatherings, and designated Ride to Work or Ride to School Days. Develop goals and work plans regarding activities of the committee. Review proposals from individual associations or other institutions for joint programs and assist in effective coordination of such activities, when applicable. Conduct fundraising for cycling activities and programs.

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  7. Airport Advisory Board Meeting

    December 12, 2022, 11:00 AM
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    City Commission Room, City Hall

    The purpose of the Airport Advisory Board is to recommend policies regarding Manhattan Regional Airport to the City Commission.

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  8. Aggieville Public Input Session

    December 12, 2022, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
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    City Commission Room

    The city of Manhattan and Olsson will be holding a public meeting for the community and Aggieville to review and comment on the 12th street improvements from Laramie to Moro and Laramie from 12th street to N. Manhattan. Also, part of this review will include the pedestrian path in the alley between Rally House and Mr. Goodcents. The public meeting will show the plan and renderings of the public improvements in stations around the room. The public meeting will be on December 12th beginning at 5:30 and ending at 7:00 at city hall. A short formal presentation will be made at 5:45.

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  9. Special City Commission Meeting

    December 13, 2022, 6:00 PM
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    City Hall, City Commission Room

    The governing and legislative body of the city is the City Commission, comprised of five commissioners who are elected at-large on a non-partisan basis. The commission determines all matters of policy and approves all city ordinances and resolutions, as well as adopts the annual city budget.

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  10. Arts and Humanities Advisory Board Meeting

    December 14, 2022, 11:45 AM
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    Commission Room, City Hall

    The purpose of the Arts and Humanities Advisory Board is to promote and support arts and humanities in the City of Manhattan, as follows: To annually review the Capital Improvement Program (“CIP”) to make recommendations to incorporate arts and humanities elements into the CIP projects, as the advisory board deems appropriate. To provide an annual report and plan to the City Commission on arts and humanities opportunities in the City, to include recommended activities, programs, projects, and collaborations. To research and recommend fundraising and grant opportunities. To assist with developing City guidelines related to the selection and placement of public art and other displays, performances, exhibitions and similar arts and humanities activities. To make reports and recommendations to the governing body on all matters referred to it by the governing body.

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  11. Board of Zoning Appeals

    December 14, 2022, 7:00 PM
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    City Commission Room

    The Board of Zoning Appeals is a quasi-judicial board, which, through state statute, is granted the authority to consider and approve, or deny, applications requesting relief from the requirements of the Zoning Regulations involving private property within the City of Manhattan. The board's decisions are made following quasi-judicial procedure, to develop findings of fact, based on evidence presented to it during a public hearing.

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  12. CANCELED-Joint City/Riley County/Pottawatomie County Commissions Meeting

    December 15, 2022, 4:00 PM

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  13. Riley County Law Enforcement Board

    December 19, 2022, 12:00 PM
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    City Commission Room, City Hall

    The Law Board is responsible for the enforcement of law and the providing of police protection and is authorized (in part) to: Appoint and establish the salary and compensation of the Director; Authorize and provide for the appointment of all other personnel; Hear and affirm or revoke the suspension or dismissal of law enforcement officers; Establish salaries for personnel; Authorize the acquisition of equipment and supplies necessary to operate the department; Adopt an annual budget and certify same to the Riley County Board of County Commissioners; Enter into contracts; Adopt rules and regulations necessary for the operation of the Department; and perform other duties as provided by law.

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  14. Manhattan Urban Area Planning Board Work Session

    December 19, 2022, 7:00 PM
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    City Commission Room 

    The Manhattan Urban Area Planning Board was created in March 1976, through an interlocal agreement between the Manhattan City Commission and the Riley County Commission, to provide for coordinated planning within a jurisdictional area called the Manhattan Urban Area, which includes the Manhattan city limits and the surrounding urbanizing area

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  15. City Commission Meeting

    December 20, 2022, 6:00 PM
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    City Hall, City Commission Room

    The governing and legislative body of the city is the City Commission, comprised of five commissioners who are elected at-large on a non-partisan basis. The commission determines all matters of policy and approves all city ordinances and resolutions, as well as adopts the annual city budget.

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  16. Legislative Luncheon

    December 21, 2022, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
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    City Commission Room

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  17. City Offices Closed- Holiday

    December 23, 2022, All Day

    City offices closed in observance of Christmas Eve

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  18. City Offices Closed- Holiday

    December 26, 2022, All Day

    City offices closed in observance of Christmas

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  19. Historic Resources Board

    December 26, 2022, 4:00 PM
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    City Commission Room 

    The purpose of the Historic Resources Board is to encourage the preservation, restoration and rehabilitation of historic properties within the City through the designation of Historic sites, structures, and districts, pursuant to Chapter 17.5 of the City's Code of Ordinances. The Board also advises the City Commission on matters related to historic preservation and issues Certificates of Appropriateness on locally designated historic properties.

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  20. City Commission Work Session

    December 27, 2022, 6:00 PM
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    City Hall, City Commission Room

    The governing and legislative body of the city is the City Commission, comprised of five commissioners who are elected at-large on a non-partisan basis. The commission determines all matters of policy and approves all city ordinances and resolutions, as well as adopts the annual city budget.

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