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Legislation #: 970677 Introduction Date: 5/15/1997
Type: Resolution Effective Date: 10/2/1997
Sponsor: COUNCILMEMBERS ASJES, FORD, LOAR, DANAHER, STACKHAUS AND BLACKWOOD
Title: Directing the City Manager to initiate a public request for proposal process to determine the feasibility of public/private management partnership of certain convention facilities.

Legislation History
DateMinutesDescription
5/15/1997

Prepare to Introduce

5/15/1997

Referred City Operations Committee

5/21/1997

Hold On Agenda

5/28/1997

Be Adopted as a Committee Substitute

5/29/1997

Assigned to Third Read Calendar

6/5/1997

Amended

6/5/1997

Held off Docket

7/17/1997

Held off Docket

8/14/1997

Held off Docket

8/28/1997

Re-Referred City Operations Committee

9/3/1997

Hold On Agenda

9/10/1997

Hold On Agenda

9/24/1997

Be Adopted as a Committee Substitute as Amended

9/25/1997

Held on Docket

10/2/1997

Adopted as Substituted


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COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR RESOLUTION NO. 970677, AS AMENDED

 

Directing the City Manager to initiate a public request for proposal process to determine the feasibility of public/private management partnership of certain convention facilities.

 

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF KANSAS CITY:

 

Section 1. That the City Manager is directed to initiate a public request for proposal process to determine the feasibility of a public/private management partnership of Bartle Exhibition Hall and Conference Center, Municipal Auditorium, the Music Hall, Barney Allis Plaza and the American Royal Complex.

 

Section 2. That the process must include:

 

(a) the preparation of requests for proposals for the public/private facilities

management;

 

(b) the delineation of the powers and duties of the director of the convention and

entertainment centers department and the general policies governing the

management of the facilities; and

 

(c) the implementation of Section 5 of Resolution No. 961410, regarding the

protection of city employees in the event that their jobs are negatively

impacted by a management change. The options for affected city employees

include a qualified right of refusal of employment with a new provider,

reassignment to another position or special project within the City service,

additional training and outplacement assistance.

 

The request for proposal must be distributed within 90 days of the adoption of this resolution.

 

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