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Legislation #: 180302 Introduction Date: 4/19/2018
Type: Resolution Effective Date: none
Sponsor: None
Title: Affirming the City’s policy with respect to the Pavement Condition Index of the roadway system at a condition level at an overall value of not less than “60”and reaffirming the City’s commitment to implement its comprehensive approach to street improvement, maintenance, and resurfacing in order to provide a level of service the traveling public reasonably expects.

Legislation History
DateMinutesDescription
4/19/2018 Filed by the Clerk's office
4/19/2018 Referred to Finance and Governance Committee
4/25/2018 Immediate Adoption
4/26/2018 Councilmember Shields (Second by Lucas) Move To Re-refer
4/26/2018 Re-Referred F & G and T & I Joint Committee
5/3/2018 Be Adopted as a Committee Substitute
5/3/2018 Assigned Third Read Calendar as Substituted
5/10/2018 Councilmember Shields (Second by Reed) Move to Amend
5/10/2018 Councilmember Shields (Second by Reed) Move to Advance
5/10/2018 Adopted as Substituted and Amended

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COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR RESOLUTION NO. 180302, AS AMENDED

 

Affirming the City’s policy with respect to the Pavement Condition Index of the roadway system at a condition level at an overall value of not less than “60”and reaffirming the City’s commitment to implement its comprehensive approach to street improvement, maintenance, and resurfacing in order to provide a level of service the traveling public reasonably expects.

 

WHEREAS, Committee Substitute for Resolution No. 030119 directed the City Manager to direct the Director of Public Works and such other City departments involved in the accounting of infrastructure assets to utilize both the modified approach and the traditional depreciation methodologies when accounting for infrastructure assets, and the Director of Public Works subsequently selected the modified approach to account for the roadway system; and

 

WHEREAS, Committee Substitute for Resolution No. 130278 directed the City Manager to revise the established condition level of the roadway system to indicate that it is the City’s intent to retain an overall condition level value of not less than “60” on a scale of 0 to 100 where the value of “60” represents a roadway system that is needing repairs and improvements. A rating of “90” to “100” would show an excellent condition, “80” to “89” good condition, “70” to “79” fair condition and below “70” poor condition; and

 

WHEREAS, if the City fails to retain an overall condition level value of not less than “60” for its roadway system for three consecutive years, in accordance with Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) Statement No. 34, it may no longer use the modified approach and will need to employ a traditional depreciation methodology when accounting for its roadway system beginning in FY 2018-19; and

 

WHEREAS, nevertheless, the City will continue to implement its comprehensive approach to street improvement, maintenance, both routine and preventative, resurfacing, and reconstruction, and will strive to provide a level of service the traveling public reasonably expects; NOW, THEREFORE,

 

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF KANSAS CITY:

 

Section 1. That the Council hereby affirms the City’s policy with respect to the Pavement Condition Index of the roadway system, specifically the City’s intent to retain an overall value of not less than “60”, on a scale of 0 to 100, where the value of “60” represents a roadway system that that is needing repairs and improvements.

 

Section 2. That the Council hereby directs the City Manager to continue evaluating and rating all segments of pavement and implement a comprehensive approach to street improvement, maintenance, both routine and preventative, resurfacing, and reconstruction, and strive to provide a level of service the traveling public reasonably expects of its roadway system.

 

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