The Kuna City Council
met last Tuesday, October 2, for their regular meeting in what was a rubber stamping of required council resolutions and ordinances.
Authority was given, as required, for the mayor to sign the annual contract agreements for law enforcement, Ada County prosecutorial and Idaho Humane Society service contracts among others. A public hearing regarding the Merlin Point Subdivision was postponed until November 6.
A request for a fee waiver for a Thanksgiving Potluck was tabled until the next meeting when the individual requesting it could attend the meeting. Bid packets were issued and are now available from the city for potential buyers of the Lake Hazel Farm property auction on October 10. Councilman Cardoza wanted the buyers to be informed that the irrigation equipment on the property is not included in the sale.
Three ordinances annexing the Greyhawk Subdivision No. 2, 700 S. Luker Road and the Idaho Central Credit Union properties into the Kuna Municipal Irrigation District from other irrigation districts. It was discussed that the water tower project is close to completion but the city will make a decision this week to have the “K” painted or purchase a wrapper that will be affixed to it. It is expected to be finished by Kuna homecoming.