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Last Published: 10/5/2020 12:34:01 PM
KANSAS CITY COUNCIL RECORD
 
Upon Roll Call the following members were present:
Presided:1 - LEE BARNES JR.
Present:4 - ANDREA BOUGH, DAN FOWLER, BRANDON ELLINGTON, TERESA LOAR
 
 
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200502
Approving the 43 Antioch PIEA General Development Plan on approximately 5 acres generally located at the northeast corner of N.E. 43rd Street and N. Antioch, south of I-35; declaring such area to be blighted and insanitary and in need of redevelopment and rehabilitation pursuant to the Missouri Planned Industrial Expansion Law, Sections 100.300-100.620, RSMo; and authorizing tax abatement. (CD-CPC-2020-00085)


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, DEBATE"
Olufu Agbaji, City Planning, provided a presentation to this ordinance. These are companion ordinances (200457, 200502) and the rezoning of this area will allow for a 66 unit multi-family residential development. There are currently four commercial structures on the site, three hotels and one vacant restaurant. Of the three hotels, the Extended Stay is the only one that is operational. The purposed multi-family units will exist in 7 buildings. The existing hotels will be demolished and a mixed income community will be constructed to include two-story townhomes, two 2-story multifamily buildings, and a community center with 86 parking spaces. The existing restaurant building will be renovated into a community enrichment center. A digital copy of this presentation can be found in the Office of the City Clerk.
Ayes: 5 - Barnes Jr., Bough, Fowler, Ellington, Loar
Nays: 0

200507
Approving the termination of the 1718-1720 Holmes Street Urban Renewal Plan.


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (7/22/2020)"

200508
Approving the termination of the Clay School Urban Renewal Plan.


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (7/22/2020)"

200509
Approving the termination of the Eastwood School Urban Renewal Plan.


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (7/22/2020)"

200521
RESOLUTION - Amending the Truman Plaza area plan by changing the recommended land use from neighborhood business to urban redevelopment in order to construct a mixed use building of about 19,725 square feet on about 0.882 acres generally located at the northeast corner of Independence Boulevard and Prospect Boulevard. (CD-CPC-2020-00001)


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (7/22/2020)"
Olufu Agbaji, City Planning, provided a presentation to this ordinance. These are companion ordinances which will rezone and amend an already existing area plan called Truman Plaza Area Plan. This will allow for the construction of a two-story mixed use building with a total of 20,583 square feet, using 10,602 square feet for commercial use on the first floor and 9,123 square feet for 15 units on the second floor with 40 parking spaces. Formerly, there was a one-story commercial building, a three-story commercial building and a surface parking lot in place at the site. In 2015, the buildings were destroyed in a fire. This item will be held until July 22nd, 2020. A digital copy of this presentation can be found in the office of the City Clerk.

200522
Rezoning and area of about 0.882 acres generally located at the northeast corner of Independence Boulevard and Prospect Boulevard from District B1-1/ICO to UR and approving a development plan to allow for construction of a mixed-use building. (CD-CPC-2019-00217; CD-CPC-2020-00001)


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (7/22/2020)"
Olufu Agbaji, City Planning, provided a presentation to this ordinance. These are companion ordinances which will rezone and amend an already existing area plan called Truman Plaza Area Plan. This will allow for the construction of a two-story mixed use building with a total of 20,583 square feet, using 10,602 square feet for commercial use on the first floor and 9,123 square feet for 15 units on the second floor with 40 parking spaces. Formerly, there was a one-story commercial building, a three-story commercial building and a surface parking lot in place at the site. In 2015, the buildings were destroyed in a fire. This item will be held until July 22nd, 2020. A digital copy of this presentation can be found in the office of the City Clerk.

200523
(Sub.)
Approving a development plan in District R-1.5 on about 0.093 acres generally located at the southwest corner of East Missouri Avenue and Gillis Street to allow for the rehabilitation of two buildings to provide for ground floor commercial use with second story residential use. (CD-CPC-2020-00064)


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "DO PASS"
Chris Hughey, City Planning, provided a presentation to this ordinance. This ordinance will create a development plan in the historic Columbus Park neighborhood. The development plan will rehabilitate 2 existing buildings at the site. The north building will consist of a coffee shop or art studio on the ground floor and residential apartments on the second floor. The second building will be renovated with its current use of a single family home. A digital copy of this presentation can be found in the office of the City Clerk.
Ayes: 5 - Barnes Jr., Bough, Fowler, Ellington, Loar
Nays: 0

200524
(Sub.)
Rezoning an area of about 1.74 acres generally located at the northwest corner of Summit Street and West 30th Street from District R-6 to District R-1.5, and approving a development plan for the "30th and Summit Apartments" project. (CD-CPC-2020-00005 and CD-CPC-2020-00004)


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "DO PASS AS A COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE"
Christopher Hughey, City Planning, provided a presentation to this ordinance. These are companion items. This ordinance (200524) will allow for the rezoning and approving of a development plan. This ordinance (200549) will allow a provision to the already existing Greater Downtown Area Plan. The development plan, rezoning and amendment will allow for 48 studio style multi-family dwelling units distributed over 4 buildings in 3 stories of height each. This container style construction will be the first multi-family application in the city. A digital copy of this presentation can be found in the office of the City Clerk.
Ayes: 4 - Barnes Jr., Fowler, Ellington, Loar
Nays: 0

200525
(Sub.)
Approving a preliminary plat for The Glade Phase One on about 16.82 acres generally located at the northwest and northeast corners of the intersection of East 87th Street and Drury Avenue. (CD-CPC-2020-00075)


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "DO PASS AS A COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE"
Christopher Hughey, City Planning, provided a presentation to this ordinance. This ordinance will allow for the approval of a preliminary plat that is apart of the previously approved “Oxford on the Blue” UR Development Plan. The current site is undeveloped. Phase one of this site plan will consist of 8.6 acres of multi-family development. There will be 263 Luxury Style Units, 508 Parking Stalls, Amenity Clubhouse, Pool, Planned Park Area and a Trail. A digital copy of this presentation can be found in the office of the City Clerk.
Ayes: 5 - Barnes Jr., Bough, Fowler, Ellington, Loar
Nays: 0

200526
Waiving the requirements of Section 88-555-06, Prerequisites To Recording A Final Plat, of the City’s Zoning and Land Development Code in connection with property to be platted as the Hunt Midwest Business Park - Sixth Plat; and authorizing the Director of City Planning and Development to execute a development agreement with Hunt Midwest Real Estate Development, Inc. for the same property.


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, DEBATE"
Stacy Lowe, Land Development, spoke to this ordinance. This ordinance will release the final plat to be recorded despite lingering conditions that have not been met prior to recording. This will authorize waiving requirements in the Land Development Code, as City Staff has come to an agreement with Hunt Midwest that all the conditions will be satisfied for any of the lots within that plat prior to issuance of any building permits.
Ayes: 5 - Barnes Jr., Bough, Fowler, Ellington, Loar
Nays: 0

200529
Approving the Petition to establish the N.W. Plaza Circle Community Improvement District; establishing the N.W. Plaza Circle Community Improvement District generally located east of Interstate 29, south of N.W. Cookingham Drive, and west of N. Ambassador Drive in Kansas City, Platte County, Missouri; determining the N.W. Plaza Circle Community Improvement District to be a blighted area; determining that certain actions are reasonably anticipated to remediate blighting conditions and will serve a public purpose; requiring the annual submission of certain records; and directing the City Clerk to report the creation of the District to the Missouri Department of Economic Development.


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (7/29/2020)"

200530
Approving the Petition to establish the N.W. 97th Terrace & N. Congress Avenue Community Improvement District; establishing the N.W. 97th Terrace & N. Congress Avenue Community Improvement District generally located between N. Shannon Avenue and N. Congress Avenue immediately south of N.W. 97th Terrace in Kansas City, Platte County, Missouri; determining the N.W. 97th Terrace N. Congress Avenue Community Improvement District to be a blighted area; determining that certain actions are reasonably anticipated to remediate blighting conditions and will serve a public purpose; requiring the annual submission of certain records; and directing the City Clerk to report the creation of the District to the Missouri Department of Economic Development.


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (7/29/2020)"

200541
(Sub.)
Rezoning an area of about 17.25 acres generally located at the northeast corner of Prospect Avenue and M-150 Highway from Districts M2-2 and R-80 to District M1-5, and approving a development plan for a new medical marijuana cultivation, processing, and dispensary facility. (CD-CPC-2020-00020 and CD-CPC-2020-00023)


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "DO PASS AS A COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE"
Christopher Hughey, City Planning, provided a presentation to this ordinance. These are companion ordinances. This ordinance (200541) will rezone and approve an area plan for an 8,000 square foot medical marijuana dispensary and two 96,680 square foot medical marijuana cultivation facilities. This ordinance (200548) will make an amendment to the already existing Martin City Area Plan so said medical marijuana dispensary and cultivation facilities can exist. The current site is undeveloped and used for growing agricultural crops. A digital copy of this presentation can be found in the office of the City Clerk.
Ayes: 5 - Barnes Jr., Bough, Fowler, Ellington, Loar
Nays: 0

200542
Rezoning about 229 acres generally located at the northeast corner of E. Bannister Road and Troost Avenue, from District M3-5 to District UR, and approving a development plan that allows for redevelopment of the existing Bannister Federal Complex and construction of 2.6 million square feet of manufacturing/ warehousing facilities with 1,730 parking spaces, on nine lots and five tracts in multiple phases. (CD-CPC-2019-00228)


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (7/22/2020)"

200543
Approving an amendment to a previously approved URD Plan in District UR (Urban Redevelopment), on approximately 43 acres generally located at the southeast corner of Blue Parkway and Cleveland Avenue, for the purpose of amending the existing UR development plan to allow for multi-family apartments within Parcel D. (CD-CPC-2020-00060)


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "DO PASS"
Olufu Agbaji, City Planning, provided a presentation to this ordinance. This ordinance will amend the already existing area plan while serving as a preliminary plat to further subdivide parcels into four buildable lots. This will also allow for modification of Parcel C, introducing a 4-story, 65-unit apartment, at the southwest corner of the parcel and other future complementary uses within Blue Parkway Town Center. A digital copy of this presentation can be found in the office of the City Clerk.
Ayes: 5 - Barnes Jr., Bough, Fowler, Ellington, Loar
Nays: 0

200548
RESOLUTION - Approving an amendment to the Martin City Area Plan to change the recommended land use from mixed use community to industrial in association with a new medical marijuana cultivation, processing, and dispensary facility on about 17.125 acres generally located at the northeast corner of Prospect Avenue and M-150 Highway. (CD-CPC-2020-00024)


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "BE ADOPTED"
Christopher Hughey, City Planning, provided a presentation to this ordinance. These are companion ordinances. This ordinance (200541) will rezone and approve an area plan for an 8,000 square foot medical marijuana dispensary and two 96,680 square foot medical marijuana cultivation facilities. This ordinance (200548) will make an amendment to the already existing Martin City Area Plan so said medical marijuana dispensary and cultivation facilities can exist. The current site is undeveloped and used for growing agricultural crops. A digital copy of this presentation can be found in the office of the City Clerk.
Ayes: 5 - Barnes Jr., Bough, Fowler, Ellington, Loar
Nays: 0

200549
RESOLUTION - Approving an amendment to the Greater Downtown Area Plan on about 1.74 acres generally located at the northwest corner of Summit Street and W. 30th Street by changing the recommended land use from residential low to residential high for the 30th and Summit Apartments. (CD-CPC-2020-00016)


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "BE ADOPTED"
Christopher Hughey, City Planning, provided a presentation to this ordinance. These are companion items. This ordinance (200524) will allow for the rezoning and approving of a development plan. This ordinance (200549) will allow a provision to the already existing Greater Downtown Area Plan. The development plan, rezoning and amendment will allow for 48 studio style multi-family dwelling units distributed over 4 buildings in 3 stories of height each. This container style construction will be the first multi-family application in the city. A digital copy of this presentation can be found in the office of the City Clerk.
Ayes: 4 - Barnes Jr., Fowler, Ellington, Loar
Nays: 0

200550
Approving an amendment to a previously approved MPD Plan in District MPD (Master Planned District), on approximately 80 acres in an area generally bordered by the Missouri river on the north and west, I-29 on the east, and railroad tracks on the south, for the purpose of amending the MPD plan to allow for a hotel, site layout modification, and increase in square footage and building height within the mixed use development in multiple phases on 13 parcels. (CD-CPC-2020-00225)


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, DEBATE"
Olufu Agbaji, City Planning, provided a presentation to this ordinance. This amendment will modify the existing uses to allow for a hotel, modify the street layout to remove the roundabout at the intersection of Berkley Parkway and E. Riverfront Drive, increase the density of the development from 3.8 M to 5.2 M square foot, and increase the building height to unlimited for the development, from 10-stories to Unlimited. A digital copy of this presentation can be found in the City Clerk’s Office.
Ayes: 5 - Barnes Jr., Bough, Fowler, Ellington, Loar
Nays: 0

200551
Approving the Petition to establish the Grand Reserve Community Improvement District; establishing the Grand Reserve Community Improvement District generally located south of 9th Street along Grand Boulevard to the west, McGee Street to the east, and north of 10th Street in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri; requiring the annual submission of certain records; and directing the City Clerk to report the creation of the District to the Missouri Department of Economic Development.


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, DEBATE"
Doug Stone, Lewis Rice Law Firm, provided a presentation to this ordinance. This ordinance will create a Community Improvement District (CID) at the formal Federal Reserve Building on 10th and Grand. This will allow for 301,000 square feet of adaptive reuse of a historic building creating a 284 room All-Suite Full Service Hotel, 450 stall parking garage and 40,000 square foot family entertainment center. This is a 182 million dollar project creating 161 new hospitality jobs (126 hotel jobs and 35 family entertainment center jobs). There will be a 1% sales tax for 20 years after opening making approximately $240,000 a year on average. A digital copy of this presentation can be found in the office of the City Clerk.
Ayes: 4 - Barnes Jr., Fowler, Ellington, Loar
Nays: 0

200552
(Sub.)
RESOLUTION - Directing the City Manager to develop a plan to provide internships to certain residents of areas of Kansas City identified by the City’s Health Department as high priority and report to the City Council within 90 days.


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (7/22/2020)"

200557
RESOLUTION - Adopting the KC Blueprint for Violence Prevention and a Safe and Healthy Community.


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "IMMEDIATE ADOPTION"
– Dr. Marvia Jones, Health Department, provided a presentation to this resolution. This resolution was created in a call to action Violence Free Kansas City Committee (VFKCC) and the Prevention Institute in 2015. The KC Blueprint was created in answer and provides an outline and accountability for residents, multiple government departments, the business sector, faith community, nonprofits, neighborhood groups, school districts and more to help reduce violence and trauma. A digital copy of this presentation can be found in the office of the City Clerk.
Ayes: 5 - Barnes Jr., Bough, Fowler, Ellington, Loar
Nays: 0

200558
(Sub.)
RESOLUTION - Directing the City Manager to evaluate the costs, implementation, and funding sources for a program to provide automatic bulky item pick up within a twelve-block radius of all k-12 school buildings located in the city’s six high priority zip codes with lowest life expectancy as identified by the City’s Health Department and to report back to the City Council in 90 days.


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (7/22/2020)"

200239
Appropriating $763,810.00 from the Unappropriated Balance of the Health Levy Fund; authorizing the City Manager to execute agreements under $100,000.00 with organizations which provide evidence-based programs; requiring that certain agreements with organizations which are over $100,000.00 be subject to Council approval; and recognizing this ordinance as having an accelerated effective date.


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (7/22/2020)"

200240
Reducing an appropriation in the amount of $1,519,466.00 in the Health Levy Fund; appropriating that amount to the evidence based crime prevention program account; and recognizing this ordinance as having an accelerated effective date.


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (7/22/2020)"

200313
(Sub.)
Amending Chapter 88, Zoning and Development Code, Section 88-517-09, to provide that any deviations approved by the City Council include the Lot and Building Standards contained in each base zoning district, as well as the Residential Vehicular Use Area Dimensions contained in Table 420-3 of the Code.


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (7/29/2020)"

200424
(Sub.)
RESOLUTION - Affirming the City Council’s commitment to fund subsequent phases of the 18th and Vine Historic District Improvements by identifying funding sources from 2021-2022 Fiscal Year budget; identifying certain projects for which such funds would be expended; and directing the City Manager to include a funding request in the 2021-2022 Fiscal Year budget in conformance with this resolution.


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (7/22/2020)"

200457
Rezoning an area of about 5 acres generally located at the northeast corner of N.E. 43rd Street and N. Antioch, south of I-35, from District B2-2 to District UR, to allow for a 66 unit multi-family residential development. (CD-CPC-2019-00240)


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, DEBATE"
Olufu Agbaji, City Planning, provided a presentation to this ordinance. These are companion ordinances (200457, 200502 and the rezoning of this area will allow for a 66 unit multi-family residential development. There are currently four commercial structures on the site, three hotels and one vacant restaurant. Of the three hotels, the Extended Stay is the only one that is operational. The purposed multi-family units will exist in 7 buildings. The existing hotels will be demolished and a mixed income community will be constructed to include two-story townhomes, two 2-story multifamily buildings, and a community center with 86 parking spaces. The existing restaurant building will be renovated into a community enrichment center. A digital copy of this presentation can be found in the Office of the City Clerk.
Ayes: 5 - Barnes Jr., Bough, Fowler, Ellington, Loar
Nays: 0

200497
Establishing a policy limiting the use of real property tax abatement as an economic development tax incentive within the boundaries of the Kansas City Missouri, Independence, Center, Hickman Mills, Grandview, Raytown, and Lee’s Summit School Districts. ** At Councilman Barnes request, this item will be held until Wednesday October 28th, 2020. **


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (8/5/2020)"

200501
Approving real property tax abatement for improvements on real property located at 1215 W. 12th Street, Kansas City, Missouri, within Enhanced Enterprise Zone 1 and directing the City Clerk to provide a copy of this Ordinance to the Director of the Missouri Department of Economic Development.  


NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, DEBATE"
There was no presentation to this ordinance as it was a continuance from last week’s discussion and held until the applicant could present additional information to the EEZ.
Ayes: 5 - Barnes Jr., Bough, Fowler, Ellington, Loar
Nays: 0
 
 Consideration of semi-annual docket items.
 
  1. There may be a general discussion regarding current Neighborhood Planning and Development Committee issues.
 
 Any closed session may be held via teleconference. 2. Closed Session • Pursuant to Section 610.021 subsection 1 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri to discuss legal matters, litigation, or privileged communications with attorneys; • Pursuant to Section 610.021 subsection 2 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri to discuss real estate; • Pursuant to Section 610.021 subsections 3 and 13 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri to discuss personnel matters; • Pursuant to Section 610.021 subsection 9 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri to discuss employee labor negotiations; • Pursuant to Section 610.021 subsection 11 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri to discuss specifications for competitive bidding; • Pursuant to Section 610.021 subsection 12 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri to discuss sealed bids or proposals; or • Pursuant to Section 610.021 subsection 17 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri to discuss confidential or privileged communications with auditors.
 
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