City of Independence, Missouri

City of Independence

Council Agenda

November 5, 2018

6:00 PM, Council Chambers

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INVOCATION

Howard McFarland, Sr.Bishop, U.N.C.C.I. Church

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 October 1, 2018 and October 15, 2018.

    Approved

  2. Council action is requested to enter into contracts with Custom Lighting Services DBA Black & McDonald, Electrical Corporation of America, Mark One Electric Co., Inc., Enerfab Power & Industrial, Inc. and Superior Electrical Construction, Inc. to provide industrial electrical services for the Power & Light Department. These are one-year contracts with two, one-year renewal options.

    Approved

  3. Council action is requested to authorize the City Manager to approve a construction contract with V.F. Anderson Builders for an amount not to exceed $278,296.00, authorizing future minor change orders for an amount not to exceed $27,829.60 and/or time extensions, for the Sidewalks to Parks Project (No. 70110807).

    Approved

  4. Council action is requested to issue a purchase order to Ditch Witch Sales Inc, in the amount of  $80,490.45 for a Vacuum Excavator for the Water Department. 

    Approved

Resolutions

REGULAR AGENDA

Public Hearings

  1. A public hearing for the amendment to the Unified Development Ordinance, Chapter 14, of the Independence City Code relating to short term rentals in Section 14-200-05-M.  Full public hearing.

    Held and Closed

    1. 18-095 - 2R. An ordinance amending the Unified Development Ordinance, Chapter 14, of the Independence City Code which will add short term rental regulations.

      Ord. #18946

  2. An application by The Pit Stop Tavern, LLC, for Tavern Intoxicating Liquor License and Sunday Sales License for Barrel and Vine Tavern at 18801 East 39TH Street South.  Full Public Hearing.

    Held and Closed

    1. Council action is requested on the application received from The Pit Stop Tavern, LLC, for Tavern Intoxicating Liquor License and Sunday Sales License for Barrel and Vine Tavern at 18801 East 39th Street South.

    Approved

  3. An application by Evansfield Distillery, LLC, for a Manufacturing, Distilling, Blending of Intoxicating Liquor, and Tavern Intoxicating Liquor and Sunday Sales License for Evansfield Distillery at 13621 E 42nd Terrace South.  Full Public Hearing.

    Held and Closed

    1. Council action is requested on the application received from Evansfield Distillery, LLC, for a Manufacturing, Distilling, Blending of Intoxicating Liquor, and Tavern Intoxicating Liquor and Sunday Sales License for Evansfield Distillery at 13621 E 42nd Terrace South.  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

  4. An application by Lobito's Mexican Restaurant, LLC, for a Restaurant Bar Intoxicating Liquor License and Sunday Sales License for Lobito's Mexican Restaurant at 3421 Blue Ridge Cut Off.  Full Public Hearing.

    Held and Closed

    1. Council action is requested on the application received from Lobito's Mexican Restaurant, LLC, for a Restaurant Bar Intoxicating Liquor and Sunday Sales License for Lobito's Mexican Restaurant located at 3421 South Blue Ridge Cut Off. 

    Approved

Non-Ordinance Action Items

  1. Council action is requested to approve the purchase of specific and aggregate stop loss insurance from Cigna for the Stay Well Health Care Program for the 2019 Plan Year in the amount of $1,273,870.00.

    Approved

Ordinances

First Readings

INFORMATION ONLY

  1. The City Council is expected to convene in an Executive Session at 5:00 pm, Monday, November 5, 2018, in Conference Room A, on matters of litigation and personnel, as permitted by Sec. 610.021 (1) & (3).

    Held and Closed

  2. The City Clerk has received notification that the City Manager has accepted a grant from the Independence Civic Council in the amount of $6,000, for the Police Department. These funds will be used to purchase two new Kawasaki ATVs.

    Reported

  3. Case 18-100-16, a request from Thomas Schroeder to rezone the property at 119 North Wilson Avenue from R-12 Two Family Residential to I-1 Industrial, was advertised for a new information only public hearing at the November 5, 2018, City Council meeting. As the Planning Commission continued said case, the November 5, 2018 City Council new information only public hearing on this item is continued to the November 19, 2018, City Council meeting.

    Reported

  4. Case 18-200-08, a request from Ed Reese for a special use permit for vehicle sales at 3114 South Weatherford Road, was advertised for a new information only public hearing at the November 5, 2018, City Council meeting. As the Planning Commission continued said case, the November 5, 2018 City Council new information only public hearing on this item is continued to the November 19, 2018, City Council meeting.

    Reported

  5. The City Clerk's Office is in receipt of the Hartman Heritage Center Community Improvement District's Annual Report ending June 30, 2018.  

    Reported

  6. The City Clerk's Office is in receipt of the Crackerneck Center Community Improvement District's Annual Report ending June 30, 2018.

    Reported

CITIZEN REQUESTS

  1. Lucy Young requests to speak to Council regarding Bill No. 18-807.

    Spoke

COUNCILMEMBER COMMENTS

ADJOURNMENT

"Is it good for the children?"

Minutes have not been generated.