CITY COMMISSION MEETING
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 2011
The City Commission Meeting will be televised live on
local Cox Cable Channel 3.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
MAYOR'S COMMUNITY SERVICE
Recognition of the recipients of the
Mayor's Community Service Award.
[Items on the Consent Agenda are those of a routine and
housekeeping nature or those items which have previously been reviewed by the
City Commission. A Commissioner may request an item be moved to the end
of the General Agenda.]
Approve the minutes of the Regular City
Commission Meeting held Tuesday, July 19, 2011, and the Special City
Commission Meetings held on Thursday, July 21, 2011, and Tuesday, July
Approve Claims Register No. 2677
authorizing and approving the payment of claims from July 13, 2011, to July 26,
2011, in the amount of $5,611,607.81.
Approve an annual Cereal Malt
Beverage Off-Premises License for Hy-Vee Gas, 206 Leavenworth Street.
Joint Board of Health Funding:
Approve Charter Ordinance No. 49
exempting the City of Manhattan from the provisions of KSA 65-210 relating to
the Joint Board of Health funding; and
Approve Resolution No. 080211-A
relinquishing all claims to reserve funds and personal property of the Health
Department, contingent upon final approval of Charter Ordinance No. 49.
Approve Ordinance No. 6905 amending
Chapter 21 to remove
the Board of Health as an authorized agency to identify and enforce nuisances,
effective December 31, 2011.
the proposed , an approximate 21acre
tract, generally northwest of the
intersection of Heartland Drive and Grand Mere Parkway, b
7.44 acre tract of land, from County Residential
Planned Unit Development District, to R-2, Two-Family Residential District, and13.81-acre
tract of land, from County Residential Planned Unit Development District, to
R-3, Multiple-Family Residential District, based on the findings in the Staff
Approve Ordinance No. 6908 levying
special assessments against the benefiting properties in the following seven
(7) public improvement districts: Street- Barton Place
Addition, Unit Two, Phases One and Two; and Sanitary Sewer, Street, and
Water- Grand Mere Vanesta, Unit Three, and Scenic
Meadows Addition, Unit Two, Phase Two.
Traffic Operation Facility:
Approve the ?design/build? process as
outlined in the documents prepared by City Administration;
Authorize City Administration to solicit
proposals and qualifications for a replacement building for the Traffic
Appoint a City Commissioner to serve on
the Selection Committee.
Authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to
execute an agreement in the amount of $73,290.00
with Alfred Benesch and Company, of
Manhattan, Kansas, to provide professional engineering services for the Depot
Connection Project in the South Redevelopment Area.
Approve and authorize the Mayor and City
Clerk to execute an agreement with the Sara Baril
Trust for acquisition
of real estate for the Western Interceptor project.
Authorize the Mayor to sign the Community
Development Block Grant (CDBG) 2011 Grant Agreement and the CDBG Public
Services agreements with the Sunflower CASA Project and the Manhattan
Emergency Shelter, Inc.
Authorize the Mayor to execute an agreement
for outside of city limits sanitary sewer connection with the Richard E. Britt,
Jr. and Angela G. Britt.
Authorize City Administration to finalize
the sale of aircraft Ground Support Equipment to American Eagle
Airlines, Inc., in the amount of $69,020.00 and return the proceeds of the
sale to the Economic Development Fund.
Approve appointments by Mayor Sherow to various boards and
committees of the City.
2012 CITY BUDGET
1. Conduct a public hearing;
2. Approve first reading of the 2012 City Budget ordinance;
3. Approve first readings of ordinances increasing water rates, tap fees,
and wastewater rates effective January 1, 2012; and
4. Approve first reading of a Charter Ordinance increasing stormwater rates effective January 1, 2012.
OF LOT 9, SOUTH DOWNTOWN REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
SOUTH END PARK NAMING
LOT 4, SOUTH
DOWNTOWN REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT AGREEMENT
A MUNICIPALLY-OWNED AND OPERATED FACILITY FOR A RILEY COUNTY FLEET VEHICLE
1. Conduct a public hearing;
2. Find that the public interests to be served by the proposed Municipal
Facility for a Riley County fleet vehicle parking lot for Riley County owned
vehicles, outweigh the impacts upon legitimate community interests; and,
3. Approve first reading of an ordinance authorizing the proposed
Municipal Facility for a Riley County fleet vehicle parking lot for Riley
County owned vehicles, generally located at
500 Humboldt Street, based on the findings in the Staff Report, as recommended
by the Planning Board.
Area Planning Board recommends approval]