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Last Published: 3/31/2008 9:38:47 AM
KANSAS CITY COUNCIL RECORD
 
Upon Roll Call the following members were present:
Present:5 - ED FORD, MELBA CURLS, RUSS JOHNSON, JAN MARCASON, BILL SKAGGS
 

080060
Condemning and taking private property in fee simple for the public purpose of widening and improving N.W. Briarcliff Road from the intersection of N.W. Briarcliff Lane, N.W. Briarcliff Parkway, and N.W. Briarcliff Road, east to N. Oak Trafficway, and acquiring additional easements for: right of way, public utilities, and for temporary access for construction purposes; providing for the payment of just compensation therefore; authorizing continued negotiations by the Director of City Development; consenting to the filing of the petition for condemnation by the City Attorney, on behalf of the City; and authorizing the City Clerk to file this ordinance with the Recorder of Deeds in Clay County, Missouri.


TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, DEBATE"
Rodney Wallace, CIMO, testified on behalf of this ordinance. This ordinance will be condemning and taking private property in fee simple for the public purpose of widening and improving N.W. Briarcliff Road from the intersection of N.W. Briarcliff Lane, N.W. Briarcliff Pkwy, and N.W. Briarcliff Road, east to N. Oak Trafficway.
Ayes: 3 - Ford, Johnson, Marcason
Nays: 0

080064
Condemning and taking private property in fee simple interest, for the improvement and maintenance of a bridge and roadway at Sni-A-Bar Road located at 48th Street and Sni-A-Bar Road all in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri; providing for the payment of just compensation therefore; authorizing continued negotiations by the City of Kansas City, Missouri; consenting to the filing of the petition for condemnation by the City Attorney, on behalf of said City; and authorizing the City Clerk to file this ordinance with the Recorder of Deeds in Jackson County, Missouri.


TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, DEBATE"
Rodney Wallace, CIMO, testified on behalf of this ordinance. The property shall be used by Kansas City as the permanent location of the bridge, street, and storm sewers improvements for the bridge over the Kansas City Southern Railroad on Blue Parkway.
Ayes: 3 - Ford, Johnson, Marcason
Nays: 0

080099
(Sub.)
Authorizing a $4,505,336.72 contract with Comanche Construction, Inc., for Project No. 89005447 and Project No. 89005448; authorizing the City Manager to amend and increase this contract by up to $450,533.67; authorizing the City Manager to expend $4,955,870.39 for the contract; approving project management costs; and recognizing an emergency.


TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS AS A COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE, DEBATE"
James Wong, CIMO, testified on behalf of this ordinance. This project will consist of replacing east and west Raytown Road Bridge over Round Grove Creek.
Ayes: 5 - Ford, Curls, Johnson, Marcason, Skaggs
Nays: 0

080100
Authorizing a $320,000.00 agreement with TranSystems Corporation for Project No. 89008008; authorizing the City Manager to expend $320,000.00 from previously appropriated funds for the project; approving project management costs; and recognizing an emergency.


TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, DEBATE"
Mark Montgomery and Jerry Cook, CIMO, testified on behalf of this ordinance. Chad Thompson, CIMO, was present to answer questions from the committee. The purpose of this project is to widen 22nd Street from Tracy to Brooklyn to provide better access to US 71 highway to the Hospital Hill and Crown Center areas utilizing both city and federal funding.
Ayes: 5 - Ford, Curls, Johnson, Marcason, Skaggs
Nays: 0

080101
Authorizing Amendment One to a Cooperative Agreement for Sewer Service between Kansas City, Missouri and Lee’s Summit, Missouri.


TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE recommends "DO PASS"
Jim Mellon, Water Services, testified on behalf of this ordinance. Kansas City, Missouri will construct, at its expense, the East Bannister Road Interceptor serving customers from Kansas City in this watershed. Lee's Summit, Missouri agrees to permanently provide sewer service to the Walnut Woods subdivision (and any new developments located southeast thereof), located in Kansas City, Missouri, under this Cooperative Agreement.
Ayes: 5 - Ford, Curls, Johnson, Marcason, Skaggs
Nays: 0

080102
(Sub.)
Amending Chapter 6, Code of Ordinances, by repealing Sections 6-46, Fees and charges for commercial uses at airport, 6-47, Commercial ground transportation vehicles operating at the airport, and 6-48, Use fee for commercial ground transportation operating at the Airport and enacting new sections of like number and subject matter, and establishing an effective date.


TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (2/13/2008)"
David Long, Aviation Department, testified on behalf of this ordinance. Dorothy Campbell, Law Department, was present to answer questions from the committee. Mike Burke, King Hershey Law Firm, testified in support of this ordinance. This ordinance authorizes the Director of Aviation to establish and prescribe fees and charges for those granted the privilege to use the airport for commercial purposes. This ordinance also defines commercial ground transportation providers and further establishes a methodology for the Director of Aviation to use when establishing the rates and charges for each ground transportation provider.

080112
Authorizing the Director of Public Works to enter into a 4th Supplement to the Municipal Agreement with the Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission (MHTC) in the amount of $1,629,458.40 relating to the widening of Hickman Mills Drive in Kansas City, Missouri, Jackson County, Council District 6; authorizing the Director of Public Works to expend $1,629,458.40 upon execution of the agreement; directing the City Clerk to file certain documents with the appropriate offices; and recognizing an emergency.


TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, DEBATE"
Stan Harris, Public Works, testified on behalf of this ordinance. This ordinance authorizes the Director of Public Works to execute the 4th Supplemental Agreement with the MHTC to provide payment for additional design fees and bids received in excess of estimated costs for the widening of Hickman Mills Drive and Longview Road.
Ayes: 5 - Ford, Curls, Johnson, Marcason, Skaggs
Nays: 0

080116
Authorizing a $19,120.00 Amendment No. 1 with HDR Engineering, Inc., for additional design services for Project No. 89003453; authorizing the City Manager to expend $19,120.00 from previously appropriated funds for the project; and recognizing an emergency.


TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, DEBATE"
Bob Davis, CIMO, testified on behalf of this ordinance. This ordinance authorizes the Director of Public Works to enter into a 1st Amendment contract for additional design services for the sanitary sewer improvement at NE 68th Street and N Belmont.
Ayes: 5 - Ford, Curls, Johnson, Marcason, Skaggs
Nays: 0

071365
(Sub.)
Authorizing the dedication of City owned property for public utility purposes in connection with the vehicle impound facility located in the southwest quarter of Section 19 Township 50 Range 32, and the northwest quarter of Section 30 Township 50 Range 32, all in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri.


TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS AS A COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE, DEBATE"
Rodney Wallace, CIMO, testified on behalf of this ordinance. David Parks, Neighborhood Department, was present to answer questions from the committee. This ordinance will dedicate a portion of property for public utility purposes as part of the vehicle impound facility to be located at Front Street and I-435.
Ayes: 5 - Ford, Curls, Johnson, Marcason, Skaggs
Nays: 0
 
 There may be general discussion regarding current Transportation and Infrastructure issues. There was no general discussion.