It’s a full agenda for the Manhattan City Commission for tomorrow’s work session.
First up on the docket is Kansas State University president Kirk Schulz, who will be updating the commission on activities occurring at K-State while also highlighting university initiatives and how they relate to the community.
The second item concerns the Bethel AME and Pilgrim Baptist Churches. The commission will be taking the next step in the process of adding those two churches to the National Register of Historic Places. The project will cost the city $25,000 with $16,200 being provided by a grant through the State Historic Preservation Fund.
Lastly, members of the Library Board will also be on hand to discuss future goals and city funding.
Tomorrow’s meeting begins at 5 p.m. inside the city commission room at City Hall. The meeting will be televised live on Cox Cable Channel 3.