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INVOCATION Nancy Beaty, Direction of Adult Formation, St. Mark's Catholic Church.

THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

UNFINISHED BUSINESS



PUBLIC HEARING

A public hearing on an application for Wayne & Roxann Allen for a Tavern Intoxicating Liquor by Drink License for Allen's Banquet Hall located at 11330 E. Truman Road.  Full public hearing.  This liquor license application requires a two-thirds majority vote for approval due to residential property being located within three hundred (300) feet of the existing premises.






CONSENT AGENDA
Reports and Recommendations of the City Manager
1.

Approval is requested on the application of Wayne and Roxann Allen for a Tavern Intoxicating Liquor by Drink License for Allen’s Banquet Hall located at 11330 E. Truman Road. This liquor license application requires a two-thirds majority vote for approval due to residential property being located within three hundred (300) feet of the existing premises.


Denied


2.

Approval is recommended to enter into a price agreement (151-12) with Anchor Sales & Service for crane and hoist maintenance services for the Power & Light Department for the period June 19, 2012, through June 30, 2013. The agreement includes two, one-year renewal options at the sole option of the City. Expenditures will not exceed budgeted amounts.


Approved


3.

Approval is recommended to issue a purchase order, in the amount of $58,414.00, to Thermal Engineering International for Blue Valley Plant 1-4 feed water heater re-tube for the Power & Light Department.


Approved


4.

Approval is recommended to enter into price agreements (153-12) with Kaw Valley Engineering, Inc., Kruger Technologies, and Kansas City Testing & Engineering for construction material testing services for various departments for the period July 1, 2012, through June 30, 2013, with two, one-year renewal options. Expenditures will not exceed budgeted amounts.



5.

Approval is recommended to enter into a price agreement (264-12) with Athletic & Rehabilitation Center (ARC) for the Fire and Police Departments for Job-Specific Physical Conditioning Consultants for the period of June 19, 2012, through May 31, 2013, with two, one-year renewal options.  Expenditures will not exceed budgeted amounts.


Approved


6.

Approval is recommended to issue a purchase order to Towerline Software, in the amount of $99,575.00, for North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) compliance management system for the Power & Light Department.



7.

Approval is recommended to enter into a price agreement (261-12) with Pro Foundation Technology, to provide chemical grout repair services, for the period June 19, 2012, through May 31, 2013, with two, one-year renewal options. Expenditures will not exceed budgeted amounts.


Approved


8.

Approval is requested to accept the renewal proposal submitted by Lockton Companies, Inc. regarding the City’s property and boiler and machinery insurance program, effective July 1, 2012, with an annual cost of $1,205,000, which includes $1,165,000 for $400,000,000 in insurance coverage and $40,000 for engineering services fees at power production facilities.


Approved


9.

Approval is requested to amend the City’s Schedule of Fees to adjust rates charged for services performed and by staff and commodities provided by the Health Department, along with changes to clarify the fees currently being assessed, with an effective date of July 1, 2012.


Approved


10.

Approval is recommended to issue a purchase order to Pomeroy IT Solutions, in the amount of $118,780, for a Storage Blade System for the Police Department.



11.

Approval is recommended to enter into a price agreement (193-12) with Deffenbaugh Disposal Service and AAA Disposal Service for various City departments for the period of July 1, 2012, through June 30, 2013. Expenditures will not exceed budgeted amounts.


Approved


12.

Approval is requested to accept the proposal provided by Midwest Employers Casualty Company for the City’s excess insurance for the self-funded workers’ compensation program for the plan year starting July 1, 2011, with an estimated annual premium of $171,162.


Approved



Resolutions:

12-721 - A resolution reappointing Councilmember Lucy Young and Councilmember Marcie Gragg and appointing Councilmember Myron Paris to the Audit and Finance Committee and designating Councilmember Marcie Gragg to chair the committee.



12-722 - A resolution appointing Tim Watkins as a regular member of the Board of Adjustment of the City of Independence, Missouri.



12-723 - A resolution reappointing Christine Ann Hughes as a member of the Board of Ethics of the City of Independence, Missouri.



12-724 - A resolution reappointing Councilmember Jim Schultz as City Representative on the Board of Directors of the Independence Economic Development Council to a term expiring June 30, 2015.



12-725 - A resolution amending the Pay Plan for non-represented City Employees as enumerated herein on and after the first day of July, 2012, to add six positions; reclassify and/or retitle eight positions; eliminate two positions; adjust the pay range for classified and unclassified positions by 0% minimum and 0.5 % maximum range in the "B" grades and "F" grades as noted, change the "T" and "U" grades as noted; and revise section 9 language.



12-726 - A resolution establishing the bargaining unit pay plan for City Employees as enumerated herein on and after the 1st day of July 2012.



12-727 - A resolution reappointing Ron Adams and Kendra Brockman and appointing John Stokenbury as members of the Personnel Board of the City of Independence, Missouri.



12-728 - A resolution reappointing Patrick Campbell and appointing Eric Ashbaugh as members of the Planning Commission of the City of Independence, Missouri.



12-729 - A resolution designating Municipal Judge Garry Helm as the Presiding Judge for Independence, Missouri, Municipal Court.



12-730 - A resolution reappointing Blair Wildermuth and Charles “Gene” McClellan and appointing Jim Engelman as members of the Public Utilities Advisory Board of the City of Independence, Missouri.



12-731 - A resolution implementing the recommendation of the Stay Well Committee and authorizing the City Manager to process a temporary reduction of premiums for the Stay Well Health Insurance Plan during the period July through December 2012.


Res. #5752



ORDINANCES

12-055 - 2R. An ordinance finding, determining and declaring the necessity of acquiring Rights-of-Way, General Utility Easements and Temporary Construction and Grading Easements for the 39th Street Bridge Replacement, Project No. 70511103; authorizing the negotiation and eminent domain proceedings if necessary; approving the plans and specifications for the project; authorizing the use of experts as needed; authorizing and directing the execution of documents and the payment of funds to property owners or others holding property rights, in conjunction with the project.



12-056 - 2R. An ordinance adopting the Annual Operating and Capital Budgets of the City of Independence, Missouri, for the Fiscal Year July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013, estimating the revenues for said fiscal year; appropriating sums for the purposes stated in said budget, establishing operating transfers, designating fund balance allocations, establishing the authorized table of organization, and designating those who may make a requisition for encumbrances against appropriations.




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12-057 - 1R. An ordinance terminating the designation of the Hy-Vee Redevelopment Area as a Redevelopment Area and dissolving the Special Allocation Fund of the Hy-Vee Redevelopment Area and doing all things necessary to close out the Hy-Vee Redevelopment Project.



12-058 - 1R. An ordinance moving certain fees for Parks and Recreation programs and services to the City’s Schedule of Fees and repealing Ordinance No. 12785 and Ordinance No. 16432.



12-059 - 1R. An ordinance authorizing a contract with Holthouse Construction for the 24 Highway and 291 Highway sewer project for an amount not to exceed $1,627,826.50, and authorizing future minor change orders for an amount not to exceed $162,000.00 and/or time extensions.


1st R.



1st R.


12-061 - 1R. An ordinance authorizing an amendment to the cooperative agreement with the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) regarding the operation and maintenance of the Independence Transit Center.




1st R.


 Appropriation ordinances may receive two readings and be voted on at the same meeting.
Ord. #17926


12-512 - An emergency ordinance authorizing a contract with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services to provide financial assistance for investment in local public health services for the period of June 1, 2012, through May 31, 2015; accepting funding for the first twelve month period in the amount of $82,294.00; authorizing future change orders for additional funding and/or time extensions for the same project; and authorizing certain future appropriations.



INFORMATION ONLY:
1.

The City Clerk has received notification that the City Manager has accepted a grant from the Missouri Department of Public Safety in the amount of $20,900.00, for the Police Department, for the period of June 1, 2012 to May 31, 2013.  These funds will be used to purchase equipment for the Police Department Crime Lab. 



2.

The City Clerk has received notification that the City Manager has accepted additional funding from the 2011 HIDTA (High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area) grant program in the amount of $4,722.30, for the Police Department.  These funds will be used to reimburse overtime and a class attended by a detective. 



3.

Notice is being provided that the 2012-2013 Budget for Independence Events Center Management Corporation has been received and these documents are available for review in the Office of the City Clerk.



4.

Municipal Court Monthly Case Summary Report for May, 2012.



5.

Emergency Purchase Order 135453, in the amount of $78,000.00, was issued to Superior Bowen Asphalt Co LLC, for emergency water main repairs on M-78 Highway on June 5, 2012.


Reported



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