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Council Agenda

April 6, 2020

6:00 PM, Virtual Meeting via GoToMeeting, also streamed on City7 http://www.ci.independence.mo.us/city7/livevideo and on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/IndependenceMissouri/live .

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INVOCATION

THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

CITIZEN REQUESTS

CONSENT AGENDA

Reports and Recommendations of the City Manager

  1. Approval of minutes for the Regular Meeting on March 2, 2020 and the Special Called Meeting on March 13, 2020.

    Approved

  2. Council action to award a contract to Black & McDonald, in the amount of $2,584,176.97, for Substation K Construction for the Power & Light Department.

    Approved

  3. Council action is requested to authorize the City Manager to enter into an agreement with DKMT Consulting for the purposes of Utility Operations Management Services for an amount not to exceed $49,800.00.

    Approved

  4. Council action to award a purchase order to KCUP, in the amount of $223,041.75, for Substation K Steel Structures for the Power & Light Department.

    Approved

  5. Council action to enter into a contract with CenterPoint Energy for natural gas supply management services for the Power & Light Department for the period May 1, 2020, through June 30, 2021. The agreement includes four, one-year renewal options at the sole option of the City.

    Approved

  6. Council action is request to authorize the City Manager to execute a contract with Kansas City Area Transportation Authority for the purpose of providing Inter-City bus services in and to the City of Independence, Inter-City and Intra-City paratransit services and transit management services for the period of January 1, 2020 through June 30, 2020 in the amount of $433,867, and authorizing future minor change orders not to exceed $43,000.

    Approved

  7. Council action is requested to issue a purchase order to Fluid LLC, in the amount of $115,057.00 for Electrical Hardware and Software for Lime Feed Equipment for the Courtney Bend Water Treatment Plant for the Water Department.

    Approved

  8. Council action is requested to issue a contract to National Streetscape, Inc, in the amount of $151,424.00 for the Independence Transit Stop Improvements project for the Public Works Department.

    Approved

Resolutions

REGULAR AGENDA

Public Hearings

  1. A public hearing for the application by Lewis McDaniel requesting a Special Use Permit to operate a car dealership at 12101 E. US 40 Highway.  New Information Only.

    Held and Closed

    1. 20-020 - 2R.  An ordinance approving a Special Use Permit to operate a vehicle sales business at 12101 E. US 40 Highway in Independence, Missouri.

      Ord. #19100

  2. A public hearing for the application by Tom Gorenc requesting a Special Use Permit to operate a car dealership at 101 E. US 24 Highway.  New Information Only.

    Held and Closed

    1. 20-022 - 2R.  An ordinance approving a Special Use Permit to operate a vehicle sales business at 101 E. US 24 Highway in Independence, Missouri.

      Ord. #19101

Non-Ordinance Action Items

  1. Council action is requested regarding the change in ownership application received from Brew Biz LLC DBA Apex Aleworks, for a Manufacturing, Distilling and Blending Intoxicating Liquor License and a Tavern and Sunday Tavern Intoxicating Liquor License located at 4354 S Noland Rd.  This application requires a two-thirds majority vote for approval due to residential property located within three hundred (300) feet of the establishment.

    Approved

  2. The Public Utility Advisory Board recommends a rebate of unrestricted excess reserves to Independence Utility Rate Payers. Amount to be determined either through the subcommittee on rates or City Council.   

    Failed

Ordinances

First Readings

INFORMATION ONLY

  1. The City Clerk's Office is in receipt of the Hartman Heritage Center Community Improvement District Proposed Budget for fiscal year ending June 30, 2021.

    Reported

  2. The City Clerk's Office is in receipt of the Noland Fashion Square Community Improvement District Proposed Budget for fiscal year ending June 30, 2021.

    Reported

  3. The City Clerk's Office is in receipt of the Trinity Woods Community Improvement District Proposed Budget for fiscal year ending June 30, 2021.

    Reported

COUNCILMEMBER COMMENTS

ADJOURNMENT

"Independence for All"

Minutes have not been generated.