The Hesston City Council met Monday, Jan. 13, for a regularly scheduled meeting.
The Council took on a lengthy agenda with several key approvals, including the temporary notes for West Embers and Prairie Lakes.
• John Reimer moved to adopt Resolution No. 1113 which waives the use of G.A.A.P. accounting for 2014. Pat Moore seconded. Motion carried 5-0.
City Administrator Gary Emry said the G.A.A.P. waiver was standard procedure for the City.
Councilman Jason Jones noted the waiver resulted in a smoother auditing process for the City.
“When presentation, I thought it was mentioned it makes it more efficient from an auditing standpoint and cut down on the cost of audit because there is not as much detail,” he said.
• John Haas with Ranson Financial explained the temporary note process related to subdivision development West Embers IV and Prairie Lakes and shared with the Council the following bids:
UMB Bank - .550 percent