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Legislation #: 981439 Introduction Date: 12/10/1998
Type: Resolution Effective Date: 12/21/1998
Sponsor: COUNCILMEMBER FINLEY
Title: Directing the City Manager to proceed with the development of a public parking garage on Block 96 and authorizing various design, financing and site assembly activities.

Legislation History
DateMinutesDescription
12/16/1998

Be Adopted

12/10/1998

Referred City Operations Committee

12/17/1998

Assigned to Third Read Calendar

12/21/1998

Adopted


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RESOLUTION NO. 981439

 

Directing the City Manager to proceed with the development of a public parking garage on Block 96 and authorizing various design, financing and site assembly activities.

 

WHEREAS, the development of the Ilus W. Davis Park and other redevelopment activities in the area around City Hall have created a demand for a public parking facility; and

 

WHEREAS, City Hall does not provide adequate parking for the users and employees of the building; and

 

WHEREAS, several parking studies have been completed which indicated a demand for a public parking facility, with the minimum size recommended of 861 spaces with the ability to expand to 1,500 spaces; and

 

WHEREAS, Committee Substitute for Resolution No. 970419 authorized the City Manager to select a design team to begin work on the facilitys design and develop cost estimates, to develop a capital financing package of up to $27 million and to begin negotiations on land acquisition; and

 

WHEREAS, Committee Substitute for Ordinance No. 980160 authorized a professional services contract with George Butler & Associates to develop the schematic design for the facility and preliminary cost estimates; and

 

WHEREAS, the staff has developed preliminary cost estimates, design and financing information for a 1,386 space parking facility; NOW, THEREFORE,

 

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF KANSAS CITY:

 

Section 1. That the City Manager is directed to proceed with land acquisition, relocation and demolition activities necessary to prepare the site for the 11th and Oak Garage.

 

Section 2. That the City Manager is directed to develop a capital financing package of up to $30 million, in two issuances, for the garage.

 

Section 3. That the City Manager is directed to proceed with design and engineering activities necessary to complete plans for a public parking facility of approximately 1,386 spaces.

 

Section 4. That the City Manager is directed to develop a recommended interim parking program for City Hall and to report back to the City Council on those recommendations within ninety (90) days.

 

Section 5. That the City Manager is directed to issue a Request for Proposals to determine whether there are private or public/private organizations interested in partnering with the City in the development of the 11th and Oak Garage.

 

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