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Last Published: 2/23/2007 10:29:28 AM
PROPOSED AGENDA
OPERATIONS COMMITTEE
CITY COUNCIL OF KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI
 
Wednesday, February 28, 2007, at 9:00 AM
26th Floor, Council Chamber
 
Terry M. Riley, Chair
Charles A. Eddy, Vice Chair
Becky Nace       Deb Hermann
070218 Authorizing a $315,600.00 agreement with Hanson Professional Services, Inc., for engineering design services for three bridge projects, all in Platte County, Missouri, Council District No. 2; authorizing the City Manager to expend $315,600.00 from previously appropriated funds for the projects; designating requisitioning authority; and recognizing an emergency.
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070219 Authorizing a $579,475.00 agreement with Crawford Architects LLC for design services for Project No. 890A0284-001, Bartle Expansion, North Dock; authorizing the City Manager to expend $579,475.00 from previously appropriated funds for the project; and recognizing an emergency.
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070220 Authorizing a $1,210,881.00 contract with Joshua Excavating, Inc., for storm water improvements along Ward Parkway from 88th Street to 89th Street; authorizing the City Manager to expend up to $1,331,969.00 for the contract; and recognizing an emergency.
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070221 Authorizing a $100,734.87 Third Amendment to Agreement No. 010220 with Delich, Roth & Goodwillie, P.A., for engineering design services in connection with the replacement of the Raytown Rd. Bridge over Round Grove Creek (East and West); authorizing the City Manager to expend $100,734.87 for the projects; and recognizing an emergency.
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070225 Authorizing the City Manager to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) providing for construction of MAX BRT Stations integrated with and adjacent to the Kansas City Convention Center Expansion Project and paving improvements generally located at 16th and Wyandotte; and estimating revenue and appropriating funds.
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070230 (Sub.)Amending Chapter 2, Code of Ordinances, by repealing Article V, Division 12, Water Services, Sections 2-491 to 2-501, and enacting in lieu thereof a new Section 2-491 which incorporates charter changes.
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070231 (Sub.) Amending Chapter 78, Code of Ordinances, entitled “Water” by repealing Sections 78-1, 78-2, 78-13, 78-91 through 78-99, 78-101 through 78-103, 78-131 to 78-138, 78-241 through 78-251, and 78-253, and enacting in lieu thereof new sections of like number and subject matter which reflect the new Charter provisions.
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070232 (Sub.)Amending Chapter 63, Code of Ordinances of Kansas City, Missouri by changing the title of the chapter from “Stormwater, Erosion and Sediment Control” to “Erosion and Sediment Control” and by repealing Sections 63-1 through 63-5 and Section 63-61; creating a new chapter, Chapter 61, “Stormwater” and enacting new Sections 61-1 through 61-11 and Section 61-20.
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070233 (Sub.)Amending Chapter 60, Code of Ordinances, by repealing Article I, Article II, Section 60-193 of Article IV, and Article VI and enacting in lieu thereof new sections of like number and subject matter which transfers the sewer permitting function to the Water Services Department and updates the sewer code.
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HELD IN COMMITTEE
070198 Authorizing the Director of Public Works to enter into a contract with Missouri Organic Recycling for fee based management of the City's leaves and brush drop-off sites from March 17, 2007 to April 30, 2008, with five additional one year renewal options.
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RE-REFERRED
070190 RESOLUTION - Directing the City Manager to develop a program for the training of minority and women construction workers whose skills can allow them to be a part of the workforce needed for the construction of water and sewer projects to be funded by the $250 million in water revenue bonds and $250 million in sewer revenue bonds approved by the voters on August 2, 2005.
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