City of Independence, Missouri

City of Independence

Council Agenda

September 4, 2018

6:00 PM, Council Chambers

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INVOCATION

Tim Allison, Chaplain, Kindred Hospice

THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

PRESENTATION RESOLUTIONS

PROCLAMATIONS

CONSENT AGENDA

Reports and Recommendations of the City Manager

  1. Approval of minutes for the Regular Meetings on August 6, 2018 and August 20, 2018.

    Approved

  2. Council action is requested to issue a purchase order to Trench Limited in the amount of $111,080.00 for eight capacitive coupled voltage transformers for the Power & Light Department.

    Approved

  3. Council action is requested to issue a purchase order to HDR, in the amount of $104,720.00, for an Incident Energy Analysis Review for the Power & Light Department. [Motion made to postpone to September 17, 2018 Council meeting.]

    Postponed to 9/17/2018 Council Meeting

  4. Council action is requested to issue a purchase order to Pittsburg Tank and Tower Group (PTTG), in the amount of $1,075,000.00 for the 35th Street Reservoir Roof Structure replacement for the Water Department.

    Approved

  5. Council action is recommended to approve a purchase order to Leath and Sons, Inc. for SECA Concrete Patio and Auxiliary Parking Project for the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena.

    Approved

  6. Council action is recommended to approve a purchase order with Allegiant Technology for Guest Access for Wi-Fi Network for the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena.

    Approved

  7. Council action is requested to authorize the City Manager to approve a construction contract with Blue Nile Contractors for an amount not to exceed $178,697.64, authorizing future minor change orders for an amount not to exceed $17,900.00 and/or time extensions, for the 19th and Norwood Stormwater Improvements Project (No. 70131601).

    Approved

  8. Council action is recommended to enter a contract (387-18) for one year with two possible one-year extensions with MC Power Companies to lease electric vehicle charging stations and electric vehicles on an as needed basis. [Motion made to postpone to September 17, 2018 Council meeting.]

    Postponed to 9/17/2018 Council Meeting

Resolutions

REGULAR AGENDA

Public Hearings

  1. An application received from Truman Mart, LLC for an Intoxicating Liquor in Original Package Licenses for Stop & Shop located at 1001 West US 24 Highway.  Full Public Hearing.

    Held and Closed

    1. Council action is requested on the application received from Truman Mart, LLC for an Intoxicating Liquor in Original Package License for Stop & Shop located at 1001 West US 24 Highway.  This application requires a two-third majority vote for approval due to residential property being located within three hundred (300) feet of the establishment.

    Approved

  2. An application received from CRM Stores LTD for an Intoxicating Liquor in Original Package Licenses for Gilbert Whitney & Company located at 104 North Liberty Street.  Full Public Hearing.

    Held and Closed

    1. Council action is requested on the application received from CRM Stores LTD for an Intoxicating Liquor in Original Package License for Gilbert Whitney & Company located at 104 North Liberty Street.

    Approved

Non-Ordinance Action Items

  1. Council action is requested to approve an engineering services contract with Burns and McDonnell Engineering Company for an amount not to exceed $274,966.30 for the 24 Highway Complete Streets Project (No. 70111801).

    Approved

  2. Council action is requested on the application to transfer the existing Retailer of Intoxicating Liquor Package Liquor License from S Z & R, Inc. to Hamza Petroleum LLC for Hamza Petroleum LLC (formally 24 Hiway Shell) located at 15396 East US 24 Highway. This application requires a two-third majority vote for approval due to residential zoned property being located within three hundred (300) feet of the establishment.

    Approved

Ordinances

First Readings

INFORMATION ONLY

  1. Council notification of annual fee of $147,500.00 for CityWorks software from Azteca Systems Inc. for City Departments

    Reported

  2. Case 18-125-01, a request from Jennifer Asbury with the Spanos Corporation to rezone the property at 19700 East 39th Place South from R-6, Single Family Residential to R-30 PUD, High Density Residential PUD, was advertised for a new information only public hearing at the August 6, 2018, City Council meeting.  The applicant has requested that the first reading by City Council be delayed to September 17, 2018,  and second reading be held on October 1, 2018.  As such, the September 4, 2018 City Council new information only public hearing on this item is continued to the October 1, 2018, City Council meeting. 

    Reported

CITIZEN REQUESTS

  1. Richard McKie requests to speak to Council regarding Smart Meters and opting out. [3 Minutes]

    Spoke

COUNCILMEMBER COMMENTS

ADJOURNMENT

"Is it good for the children?"

Minutes have not been generated.