City of Independence, Missouri

City of Independence

Council Agenda

December 17, 2018

6:00 PM, Council Chambers

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INVOCATION

Lupe Moe, Independence Stake Public Affairs, L.D.S. Church

THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

CITIZEN REQUESTS

  1. Wendy Yohn requests to speak to Council regarding the Police Department's new Street Crimes Unit. 

    Spoke

  2. Christopher Melchert requests to speak to Council regarding licensing fees. 

    Did Not Speak

PRESENTATION RESOLUTIONS

CONSENT AGENDA

Reports and Recommendations of the City Manager

  1. Council action is recommended to enter into a contract with CorrPro for Cathodic Protection Service.

    Approved

  2. Council action is requested to authorize the City Manager to approve a construction contract with Capital Electric Line Builders for an amount not to exceed $346,709.40, authorizing future minor change orders for an amount not to exceed $34,670.94 and/or time extensions, for the Noland and Fair Intersection Improvements Project (No. 70511502).

    Approved

  3. Council action is requested to issue a purchase order to Shawnee Mission Ford, in the amount of $74,805.00 for a 2019 Ford F-450 truck with a Knapheide flatbed and rotating boom for the Water Pollution Control Department. 

    Approved

  4. Approval is recommended to amend the Schedule of Fees for the City of Independence effective January 1, 2019.

    Approved

  5. Council action is requested to issue a purchase order to Layne, a Granite Company, in the amount of $264,929.00 for the Courtney Bend Water Plant Well Rehabilitation for the Water Department.

    Approved

  6. Approval is recommended to renew the City’s general liability, employment practice liability, healthcare malpractice liability, employee benefits liability, public official liability, law enforcement liability, garage keepers liability, automobile liability insurance and cyber & information breach liability coverage with Missouri Public Entity Risk Management Fund effective January 1, 2019, with an estimated six (6) month premium of $584,856.00.

    Approved

  7. Approval is recommended to award the City’s excess liability insurance program through Lockton Companies, with ten million dollars of coverage provided by Allied World Insurance Company, effective January 1, 2019, with an annual premium of $237,639.00.

    Approved

Resolutions

REGULAR AGENDA

Public Hearings

  1. A public hearing for the application by Veronica Villalobos requesting a Special Use Permit to operate a tattoo business at 10418 E Truman Road.  New Information Only.

    Held and Closed

    1. 18-121 - 2R. An ordinance approving a Special Use Permit to operate a body art service at 10418 E. Truman Road in Independence, Jackson County, Missouri.

      Ord. #18976

  2. An application received from American Multi-Cinema, Inc. for a Place of Entertainment Intoxicating Liquor License for AMC Independence Commons 20 located at 19200 E. 39th Street.  Full Public Hearing.

    Held and Closed

    1. Council action is requested on the application received from American Multi-Cinema, Inc. for a Place of Entertainment Intoxicating Liquor License for AMC Independence Commons 20 located at 19200 E. 39th St.  This application requires a two-third majority vote for approval due to hospital property being located within three hundred (300) feet of the establishment.

    Approved

First Readings

INFORMATION ONLY

  1. The City Clerk's Office is in receipt of the 39th Street Transportation Development District's Annual Report ending June 30, 2018.

    Reported

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

  3. The City Clerk has received notification that Mayor Weir has appointed Christina Leakey as a member of the Housing Authority Commissioners to serve a term expiring September 5, 2022, or until duly succeeded by another person, properly qualified and appointed.

    Reported

  4. The Law Department is providing the following notification to the City Council of the claims paid and received during November, 2018.

    Reported

  5. Municipal Court Monthly Case summary Report for November 2018.

    Reported

  6. The City Council will consider amendments to the Council Rules of Procedure at the January 7, 2018, Regular Meeting.

    Reported

COUNCILMEMBER COMMENTS

ADJOURNMENT

"Is it good for the children?"

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