Archive for Monday, April 22, 2013

Tonganoxie City Council agenda for Monday, April 22

April 22, 2013

Regular meeting of Tonganoxie City Council.

7 p.m. in council chambers, 321 Delaware.

I. Pledge of Allegiance

II. Consent Agenda

a) Approval of Minutes – Regular Meeting dated April 8, 2013

b) Consider Approval of Bills - Approve Pay Ordinance A-1705

c) Consider approval of payment to BG Consultants, Inc. for industrial park utility extensions, administrative services, Hwy 24-40 assistance and council meetings in the amount of $15,258.50.

d) Consider approval of payment to the Board of Public Utilities for water purchases for the month of March amount of $8,762.91.

e) Consider approval of payment to BRR Architecture for planning services in the amount of $4,572.50.

f) Consider approval of payment to Michael Kelly for March 2013 legal fees in the amount of $2,735.25.

g) Consider approval of payment to Michael & Virginia Owens for the rebate incentive program in the amount of $3,000.00.

h) Consider approval of payment to Westar Energy for utility bills in the amount of $2,762.40.

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.”

III. Old Business

b) Update on PWWSD#6 review of submitted termination language in order to enter an operating agreement with Public Wholesale Water Supply District #6 and #9 and authorizing a minimum purchase of $3,300 per year from the Water Operating Fund

c) Update on Chieftain Trail

d) Sale of property at 636 E. Third Street

e) City of the Second Class Discussion

f) Hwy 24-40 Improvements – Special Meeting on Tuesday, April 23rd

IV. New Business

a) Request approval of construction agreement for the Fire Station expansion

b) Request $5,854.39 purchase of a new transmission for the Public Works Department dump truck

c) Request approval of a Facility Use Lease with Janet Falk for the rental of the Water Park

d)    First Reading, Request approval of Ordinance 1363 – Amending text amendments to section 33 “Temporary Uses” and Section 25 “signs” to add regulations for Special Events, Street and Mobile Vending and Ice cream Vendors and update the table of contents for the new divisions.

e)    First Reading, Request approval of Ordinance 1364 - Amending text amendments to the City Zoning Ordinance Regulations – Section 22 “Special Uses,” Section 32 Definitions and Appendix A to add regulations for Licensed Child Day Care, Child Care Centers and Preschools.

f)     First Reading, Request approval of Ordinance 1365 - Amending text amendments to the City Zoning Ordinance Regulations Section 12 “HBD” – Historical Business District and Section 32 “Definitions” to add conditions that will allow residential use in the form of apartments(s) as an accessory use on all levels of the retail/commercial building.

g) City Administrator Agenda

  1. Swimming Pool Fee Amendment – Private Lessons

  2. First Quarter 2013 Financial Update

  3. Request to estimate new revenue and appropriate expenditures in the amount of $82,138.60 for the Ball Field loan.

h) City Attorney Agenda

1.    Second Reading, Request approval of Ordinance No. 1357 – An ordinance to provide more effective enforcement for addressing inoperable vehicles

  1. Inter-local agreement with Leavenworth County for roadway maintenance

i) Mayor Agenda

  1. Executive session to discuss confidential matters of non-elected personnel

j) Council President Agenda

k) City Council Agenda

  1. Retail Commercial Development Committee Report – Bill Peak

i. Approval of Ordinance No. 1350 - Amending Ordinance No. 1342 Retail Attraction and Retention Incentive Program, repealing Section 2A sales tax rebate incentives

  1. Infrastructure Committee Report – Jim Truesdell

  2. Industrial Park Committee Report – Chris Donnelly

  3. Update on fireproof storage in city hall – Bill Peak

V. Information & Communications (No Action Required)

  1. March 2013 Residential Building Permit Statistics

  2. 2013 Water Purchased and Sold

VI. Adjourn


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