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Last Published: 9/4/2018 3:01:14 PM
KANSAS CITY COUNCIL RECORD
 
Upon Roll Call the following members were present:
Present:4 - SCOTT WAGNER, JOLIE JUSTUS, LEE BARNES JR., KEVIN MCMANUS
 

180615
Amending and adding a new section to Chapter 2, Code of Ordinances, by adding a new Section 2-234 creating a fee for lift assists provided by the Fire Department to certain facilities.


FINANCE AND GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, DEBATE"
Gary Reese, Fire Department, spoke on behalf of this ordinance. This ordinance creates a fee, to be determined by the Fire Chief, to charge nursing home facilities and dialysis facilities when such facilities request the Fire Department to provide a lift assist for patients. A lift assist is a non-emergency response by the fire department to a facility to physically move a person.
Ayes: 4 - Wagner, Justus, Barnes Jr., McManus
Nays: 0

180623
Authorizing a new 20-year agreement replacing the 1996 Cooperative Agreement for Sewer Service between Kansas City, Missouri and Johnson County, Kansas.


FINANCE AND GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, DEBATE"
John Hennessee, Water Services, testified on behalf of this ordinance. The current cooperative agreement with Johnson County for wastewater service expires on September 20, 2018. This ordinance authorizes replacement of the cooperative agreement with a new 20-year agreement for sewer service between Kansas City, Missouri and Johnson County, Kansas.
Ayes: 4 - Wagner, Justus, Barnes Jr., McManus
Nays: 0

180625
Consenting to representation of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit captioned Samuel E. Mann v. State of Missouri, et al. by Fields & Brown, LLC.


FINANCE AND GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, CONSENT"
Cecilia Abbott, Law Department, testified on behalf of this ordinance. This ordinance gives Fields & Brown the ability to represent the plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the State of Missouri concerning the State’s preemption of minimum wage laws, wherein the City and the Mayor are named as defendants only for the purpose of providing complete relief among the parties with respect to the plaintiffs’ claims.
Ayes: 4 - Wagner, Justus, Barnes Jr., McManus
Nays: 0
 
 1.Staff from the City Auditor’s Office will present a Performance Audit: Control Gaps Leave Water’s Storeroom Inventory Vulnerable to Errors, Loss, and Theft
 
 Doug Jones, City Auditor's Office, spoke on behalf of this presentation regarding Control Gaps Leave Water's storeroom Inventory Vulnerable to Errors, Loss, and Theft and explained the process as how storerooms supply materials to department crews and contractors. It was mentioned that Water Services purchased $10 million in annual inventory.No written policies and procedures for conducting annual inventory counts or storeroom operations.