In exchange for city use of soccer fields at Rocky Heights Elementary School, the City of Hermiston will potentially donate $100,000 to the Kennison Field renovation.
The Hermiston City Council on Monday night will consider approval of a 33-year intergovernmental agreement between the city and the Hermiston School District in exchange for a donation of $100,000 to the project.
If approved by the council, the citys $100,000 contribution plus $80,000 for soccer field site improvements would be formally appended to the general fund budget during the mid-year amendment process, according to City Manager Ed Brookshier.
This would leave us with with an unencumbered general fund of over $4 million, Brookshier said in a written memorandum.
In other business, the council will:
Consider approval of ordinance No. 2193 to initiate the annexation of a new territory to the city of Hermiston at 1330 West Highland Avenue.
Consider approval to recommend Jean Stahlberg to the citys Parks and Recreation Committee.
The three-year term runs from Nov. 1, 2012 to Oct. 31, 2015.
Consider approval of Mike Martin to fill a three-year term on the citys Airport Advisory Committee.
Consider approval of $2.85 million in expenditures for the month of September.
Consider approval for the October Airport Advisory Committee minutes.