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Hearing set on Sabetha Midtown Building

(KNZA)--The Sabetha City Commission has set a hearing to receive public input on the fate of the Midtown Building.

The Commission made that decision during their meeting this week.

The hearing will take place at the Commission's January 13 meeting.

The Commission had voted unanimously at their October 28 meeting to have the building torn down. But since that time have heard from several residents asking that they reconsider their decision.

The Commission said bids would still be collected for demolition of the building but no work would be done until the public hearing.

In other business, representatives of the Sabetha EMS presented bids for the purchase of a new ambulance.

The Commission voted to accept the low bid from Osage Ambulances, of Linn, Missouri, in the amount of $212,950.


It was noted it has been six years since the EMS last purchased a new ambulance.

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