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  1. Manhattan Area Recovery Task Force Meeting

    September 10, 2020, 2:00 PM @ The Manhattan Area Recovery Task Force Meeting will be televised live on local Cox Cable Channel 3, on the City’s website at http://cityofmhk.com/tv, and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Cityofmanhattan. A recording will be made available on the Ci

    The Manhattan Area Recovery Task Force will meet on Thursday, September 10, 2020, at 2:00 p.m. This meeting will be held via video conference with the Co-Chairs and the 24 members of the Manhattan Area Recovery Task Force participating remotely. The Recovery Task Force is charged to help the Manhattan Area move forward under the Governor’s Reopening Plan by “developing a measured and phased path forward for our community” related to the COVID pandemic. The agenda for the Recovery Task Force meeting will include the latest information on the number of positive COVID cases and outbreaks in the community, a presentation on the mental health aspects of the COVID 19 pandemic, particularly as it relates to workforce issues, and an update on childcare needs and issues in the community. Live public comment during the meeting will not be permitted.

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  2. Douglass Center Advisory Board Meeting

    September 10, 2020, 5:30 PM @ The meeting will be broadcast live for public viewing on Cox Channel 3 and streamed online at cityofmhk.com/tv and a recording will be made available on the website after the meeting. Thank you for your understanding during this time.

    The purpose of the Douglass Center Advisory Board is to make recommendations to the City Commission regarding the operation of the Douglass Community Center. In addition, the board recommends an annual budget for the operation of the Douglass Center, advises the City Commission regarding the scope and content of programs to be initiated at Douglass Center, advises the City Commission regarding staff of the Douglass Center, and submits monthly and annual reports to the City Commission regarding operations of the Douglass Center.

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  3. Manhattan Urban Area Planning Board

    September 10, 2020, 7:00 PM @ You can watch the meeting remotely in the usual ways: through the City website or on Cox Cable channel 3 instead of in City Hall.

    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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