Tonganoxie City Council agenda for tonight’s meeting, March 28, 2011
Open Meeting, 7 p.m.
a) Approval of Minutes –
1) Regular meeting dated March 14, 2011
b) Consider approval of bills — Approve Pay Ordinance A-1654
c) Consider approval of appropriation to First State Bank & Trust of $5,021.43 for bunker gear lease payment
“Members of the public are welcome to use this time to comment about any matter relating to City business. The comments that are discussed under Open Agenda may or may not be acted upon by the Council during this meeting. Please wait to be recognized by the Mayor, then state your name and address and all comments are to be directed to the chair.”
a) Revised agreement w/P-Tn for photography services for BPU water line parcels.
b) Consider entering into an agreement with IKON, a Ricoh Company to provide copiers, and printers supplies, maintenance and service and service only for existing machines for city hall, police and fire departments
c) Business incentive discussion
a) BG Consultant, City Engineers, USD 464 School Expansion – Traffic Impact Study
b) Acting City Superintendent, Kent Heskett
1) Control valve replacement 1997 GMC Dunm Truck
2) Replacement of curbs and valley gutters
c) Consider Renewal of group health, vision and dental insurance with MPR-Kansas and consider approval of contribution to premium.
d) City Administrator Agenda, City Administrator Report
1) Consider entering into executive session to discuss one matter as it pertains to non-elected personnel.
2) Consider entering into an executive session to discuss one matter that pertains to attorney-client privilege
3) Police Station Remediation Proposal
e) City Attorney Agenda
f) Mayor Agenda
g) Council President Agenda
h) City Council Agenda
Information and Communications (No action required)
a) Municipal Leadership Academy – Civility and Public Service
b) PWWD#6 Board Meeting and Water Purchased and Sold
c) PWWS#6 Consumer Confidence Report
d) Article from KC Star re: Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant
e) LCPA, 02/23/2011 minutes.
f) February 2011 Budget Report