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A permit is NOT needed for above ground seasonal pools (taken down and stored during fall/winter); however, enclosing the pool still must meet code requirements as outlined in the pool brochure under Enclosure of Pools.
The primary emphasis of the document is to provide long-range guidance to property owners, residents and decision makers on land use issues, such as where residential, commercial and industrial development should occur in the future, and at what densities. Manhattan and Riley County updated the Manhattan Urban Area Comprehensive Plan in a two-year joint planning process, culminating in adoption by the Manhattan Urban Area Planning Board, the Riley County Planning Board and the City and County Commissions in June 2003.
Limey Pointe Transportation Development District sales tax = 0.50%Total sales tax rate for Limey Pointe shoppers = 8.90%
Downtown Redevelopment Transportation Development District sales tax = 0.50%Total sales tax for Downtown Redevelopment shoppers = 8.90%
View a map of the sales tax districts.
Total Mill Rate = 134.704 mills
The brochure helps victims deal with the first 24 hours after a fire, insurance issues, property value and replacement of important documents and records. Call (785) 587-4504 for your free brochure. Read more about what to do after a fire.
Fax: (785) 296-3249
Topeka Area: (785) 575-1460
Claim Specialists are available:Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.Thursday: 8 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
Toll free number if you live outside the local calling area: (800) 292-6333.
For assistance, visit the Manhattan Workforce Center at 205 S. 4th St., Ste. 1A, Manhattan, KS 66502; or call them for further information at (785) 539-5691.
You must enter a plea on the back of the ticket, date it, sign it and mail the ticket with your check or money order to the Municipal Court. You must also pay the court costs for your case, even if you do not have to appear in Municipal Court. If the back of your ticket says “Must Appear” or “MA”, you cannot pay in advance. You must appear in Court on your arraignment date. If you have appeared in Court, and the Judge imposes a fine and court costs in your case, the Judge will set a payment deadline or payment plan. If you cannot make a payment, you must appear on the payment date to explain to the Judge why you could not pay. If you fail to do so, the Judge will issue a warrant for your arrest. There is no grace period.
Your “plea” may follow a “plea negotiation” with the City Prosecutor, either on your own or through your attorney. The City Prosecutor is not required to conduct plea negotiations with you. If you and the prosecutor make a plea agreement, you promise to enter a plea of guilty or no contest in exchange for the City Prosecutor requesting a specific punishment. The Judge is not bound by your plea agreement.