Tonganoxie City Council agenda, Sept. 26
Those planning to attend Monday's city council meeting may want to bring a comfortable chair. The meeting as an inch-thick agenda with eight new business and three old business items. Among the issues for consideration, discussion of a KDOT corridor management program as it pertains to the U.S. HIghway 24-40 intersection and 14th Street, request to schedule demolition of two building the council condemned in June (one of which is the old creamery at 1000 E. First Street), a presentation from city financial adviser Tom Kaleko on options to fund $2 million of infrastructure and utilities to the CR1 industrial park and consider of the city administrator search.
Open Meeting – 7:00 p.m.
I. Pledge of Allegiance
II. Presentations and Awards, Michael Vestal- closing a career that began in April 1974
III. Consent Agenda
a) Approval of Minutes –
Regular Meeting dated September 12, 2011
Special Meeting dated September 19, 2011
b) Consider Approval of Bills - Approve Pay Ordinance A-1666
c) Consider Approval of Check # 35329 to King’s Construction in the amount of $4,311.23 for work completed on a sidewalk installation from the south end of the Pleasant Street Bridge to 6th Street.
d) Consider approval of appropriation to Central Salt for Bulk Deicing Salt in the amount of $6,122.51
e) Consider approval of appropriation to P-Tn Photography for photographs taken of the right of ways acquired on properties affected by the installation of the BPU waterline down 24/40 Hwy from 142nd Street to the City limits.
IV. Open Agenda
“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.”
V. Old Business
a) Tom Kaleko, City Financial Advisor with Springsted to discuss financing options for public facilities and industrial park infrastructure.
b) Retail Study and Recruitment Proposal
c) City Administrator Search
VI. New Business
a) KDOT Corridor Management Construction Project Program – Brian Kingsley, BG Consultants.
b) Melanie Matt – Midwest Public Risk, discuss procurement of property and liability insurance coverage through Midwest Public Risk and consider resolution 09-11- 03 authorizing procurement of property and liability coverage from MPR effective January 1, 2012.
c) Susan Freemyer & Donna Hoegler, Chamber of Commerce – request for emergency contingency funds.
d) Mark Lee, Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer -Consider Resolution 09- 11-01, directing staff to make arrangements for and complete demolition of the structure located at a 1000 East 1st Street, a/k/a old Creamery Building.
e) Mark Lee, Building Inspector/Code Enforcment Officer -Consider Resolution 09- 11-02, directing staff to make arrangements for and complete demolition of the structure located at 00000 State Ave, the Southwest corner of 24/40 & Laming Road.
f) City Administrator Agenda
1) Executive Session – Confidential data relating to financial affairs or trade secrets of second parties.
g) City Attorney Agenda
1) West Haven Baptist Church Sign Appeal update
h) Mayor Agenda
i) Council President Agenda
j) City Council Agenda
1) Councilmember Bixby - City Wide Clean Up
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