Last Published: 11/27/2006 1:20:46 PM
Wednesday, September 29, 2004, at 11:00 AM
26th Floor, Council Chambers
Deb Hermann, Chair
Becky Nace, Vice Chair
Jim Glover       Troy L. Nash
041060 Amending Section 2-521, Code of Ordinances, entitled duties of director to explicitly authorize the director of Neighborhood and Community Services to contract with neighborhood and other nonprofit groups for the abatement of violations of ordinances within the director enforcement responsibilities, including the property maintenance, weeds, and nuisance codes.
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041070 (Sub.)Amending Chapter 48, Code of Ordinances, by repealing Sections 48-65, Failure to comply; authority to tow and store vehicles and 48-66, Special assessment of abatement costs, and enacting in lieu thereof new Sections 48-65, 48-66 of like number and subject matter and enacting a new Section 48-49, Storage of junk vehicles and salvage material.
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041071 Authorizing acceptance of a $115,299.00 grant from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Unit of Chronic Disease Control, for the purpose of promoting community policy and environmental changes as they relate to healthy lifestyle choices; reducing revenue in the amount of $149,936.00 in the General Fund; reducing an appropriation in the amount of $49,925.00 in the General Fund; and the sum of $40,000.00 previously appropriated being reserved as a match to the grant.
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041073 (Sub.)Amending Sections 54-1, 54-2, 54-31, and 54-33, Code of Ordinances, dealing with pawnbrokers by requiring the electronic transfer of required information from pawnbrokers to a third party database, approved by the chief of police; adding incarceration as a potential punishment; amending the definition of person of good moral character; removing a requirement that sureties be residents of Kansas City; and requiring daily computer entries be made of persons leaving or selling goods.
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041075 (Sub.)Authorizing the Director of City Development to execute an eighth contract amendment with the Housing and Economic Development Financial Corporation (HEDFC) in the amount of $3,695,126.00 for homeownership assistance; single and multi-family housing development; development assistance; and operating and loan management services from October 1, 2004 through November 30, 2004; and recognizing an emergency.
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