Riley County Financial Management is renewing its software contract

Riley County Commissioners approve financial management software renewal

The commission on Thursday voted to renew its $ 138,000 cloud-based program over the next four years with a technology company that provides budget and accounting for the public sector. Rey County currently uses OpenGov software; The contract extends the district’s contract with the technology company until 2025.

The initial payment of $ 53,870 is listed on the contract as of July 1 and is different from the total $ 138,000. This initial fee includes a $ 7,250 certified software fee and an additional $ 46,620 advance fee for deploying the system. Starting January 1, 2022, county officials will pay $ 34,500 at the beginning of each contract year. The contract period is 54 months. Opngov serves about 1,000 government agencies throughout the country, including the city of Topka.

The commissioners also approved a $ 2,500 grant for the county’s special alcohol fund for the Ogen Youth Center.

Alcohol tax is collected from bars and other establishments in Riley County, and is often used as an educational material on the dangers of alcohol abuse.

According to the convention agenda, the county’s alcohol fund in April was $ 3,762. There was no balance for May and June.

In other businesses, the commissioners approved a proposal to merge lands in a university park north of the town near Lake Turtle Creek.

County planner Bob Isaac asked Josephine Zahner to recruit three lots to build a garage near her home. The lands at the intersection of the Izik Club and the Rimrock Drive intersection were sealed in 1959 as three separate sections.

The request does not include any redesign steps, and no utility dyes will be changed or relocated.

At the beginning of the meeting, the commissioners voted on the sale and consumption of beer in Row Valley Row. Alcohol is permitted only on radio broadcasts, as in previous years.

County officials are required to provide certain insurance coverage to fair sellers who wish to sell beer.

The commissioners chose to wait until they received the latest insurance.