06/22/12 - 8:02am
The Kenai City Council met Wednesday to discuss issues about janitorial contracts, two local parks and an October exit of the city attorney.
The first five resolutions the city council addressed were janitorial contracts totalling more than $136,000.
While all of the resolutions passed unanimously, council member Terry Bookey said he wasn't sure if the city should be spending that much money.
"We're getting to the point where we might need to investigate the cost-benefit ratio of contracting these to handling these duties in house," said