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Last Published: 12/6/2006 12:37:01 PM
KANSAS CITY COUNCIL RECORD
 
Upon Roll Call the following members were present:
 

021392
COMMUNICATION - Notice received by the City Clerk regarding Petition of Protest Zoning Change regarding Ordinance Nos. 021296, 021297 and 021298.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "RECEIVED AND FILED"
It was the consensus of the committee to receive and file the communication.

021316
Amending Chapter 80, Code of Ordinances, by adding a new section to be known as Section 80-11A0441, rezoning an area of approximately .33 acres generally located at the northwest and southwest corner of 5th Street and Harrison Street (922 and 921 E. 5th Street) from Districts C-2 (Local Retail Business) and C-3a2 (Intermediate Business - High Apartments) to District URD (Urban Redevelopment District), and approving a development plan for the same. (12852-URD)


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Ordinances 021315 and 031316 are related cases. John Eckardt, City Development Department testified on the ordinance. Ordinance 021315 will approve the 5th & Harrison 353 development plan for redevelopment and rehabilitation of the neighborhood. Ordinance 021316 will rezone the site from District C-2 (local retail business district) and C-3a2 (Intermediate business, high buildings, district) to District URD (Urban redevelopment district) and the approval of a development plan. The project is located at the northwest and southwest corner of 5th & Harrison (921& 922 E. 5th Street). The project site is declared blighted. The project calls for rehabilitation of a 2 1/2 story building and a parking lot for lofts and commercial use. Staff & City Plan Commission recommended approval.

021317
Amending Chapter 80, Code of Ordinances, by adding a new section to be known as Section 80-11A0449, rezoning an area of approximately 3.75 acres generally located at 724 N.E. 79th Terrace from District R-1a (One-Family Dwellings) to District R-1b (One-Family Dwellings). (7966-P-4)


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA"
It was the consensus of the committee to hold ordinance 021317 for one week.

021318
Amending Chapter 80, Code of Ordinances, by adding a new section to be known as Section 80-11A0446, rezoning an area of approximately 3.03 acres generally located at the northeast corner of U.S. Highway 40 and Noland Road from District RP (Automobile Parking) to District C-2-p (Local Retail Business - Limited District), and approving a preliminary plan for the same. (4187-P-10)


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Brian Pitts, City Planning & Development Department, stated that the ordinance will rezone 3.03 acres located at the northeast corner of 40 Highway and Noland Road. The purpose of the rezoning is to rezone from District RP (Automobile Parking) to District C-2p ( local retail business) which will allow for a Hy-Vee Grocery Store. Charles Miller, attorney, spoke in support of the ordinance.

021319
Approving an amendment to a previously approved preliminary plan in District CP-1 (Neighborhood Planned Business Center) on approximately a 2.5 acre tract of land generally located at the northwest corner of Sni-A-Bar Road and Blue Ridge Cutoff for the purpose of deleting an approximately .77 acre tract of land from said preliminary plan. (4896-CP-8)


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "DO NOT PASS"
Ordinances 021319, 021320 and 021321 are related cases. Larry Stice, City Planning & Development Department made the presentation to the committee. He stated that ordinance 021319 will amend a previously approved preliminary development plan in District CP-1 (neighborhood planned business center) to delete a .77 acre parcel. Ordinance 021320 is to consider rezoning from District CP-1 (neighborhood planned business center) to District C-2 (local retail business). Ordinance 021321 is to consider rezoning from District C-2 (local retail business) to District PD/C-2 (local retail business, planned development overly and approving a preliminary development plan for a automobile lot. The project location is at the northwest corner of Sni-A-Bar Road and Blue Ridge Cutoff. He also stated that staff has received neighborhood opposition based on two issues: 1) The site is no longer appropriate for commercial use; 2) the number of existing auto sales lots in the area, particularly on Blue Parkway. Staff and City Plan Commission recommended approval of the ordinances with certain conditions. Jim Bowers, attorney, spoke in support of the project. He explained to the committee how the project will benefit the area. Several neighborhood residents spoke in opposition of the rezoning. Residents stated that locating an auto sales lot in their neighborhood will decrease property value. Committee members expressed their opposition of the project. Committee recommended denial of the project.

021320
Amending Chapter 80, Code of Ordinances, by adding a new section to be known as Section 80-11A0447, rezoning an area of approximately .77 acres generally located at the northwest corner of Sni-A-Bar Road and Blue Ridge Cutoff from District CP-1 (Neighborhood Planned Business Center) to District C-2 (Local Retail Business). (4896-P-9)


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "DO NOT PASS"
Ordinances 021319, 021320 and 021321 are related cases. Larry Stice, City Planning & Development Department made the presentation to the committee. He stated that ordinance 021319 will amend a previously approved preliminary development plan in District CP-1 (neighborhood planned business center) to delete a .77 acre parcel. Ordinance 021320 is to consider rezoning from District CP-1 (neighborhood planned business center) to District C-2 (local retail business). Ordinance 021321 is to consider rezoning from District C-2 (local retail business) to District PD/C-2 (local retail business, planned development overly and approving a preliminary development plan for a automobile lot. The project location is at the northwest corner of Sni-A-Bar Road and Blue Ridge Cutoff. He also stated that staff has received neighborhood opposition based on two issues: 1) The site is no longer appropriate for commercial use; 2) the number of existing auto sales lots in the area, particularly on Blue Parkway. Staff and City Plan Commission recommended approval of the ordinances with certain conditions. Jim Bowers, attorney, spoke in support of the project. He explained to the committee how the project will benefit the area. Several neighborhood residents spoke in opposition of the rezoning. Residents stated that locating an auto sales lot in their neighborhood will decrease property value. Committee members expressed their opposition of the project. Committee recommended denial of the project.

021321
Amending Chapter 80, Code of Ordinances, by adding a new section to be known as Section 80-11A0448, rezoning an area of approximately .77 acres generally located at the northwest corner of Sni-A-Bar Road and Blue Ridge Cutoff from District C-2 (Local Retail Business) to District PD/C-2 (Planned Districts/Local Retail Business), and approving a development plan for the same. (4896-PD-10)


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "DO NOT PASS"
Ordinances 021319, 021320 and 021321 are related cases. Larry Stice, City Planning & Development Department made the presentation to the committee. He stated that ordinance 021319 will amend a previously approved preliminary development plan in District CP-1 (neighborhood planned business center) to delete a .77 acre parcel. Ordinance 021320 is to consider rezoning from District CP-1 (neighborhood planned business center) to District C-2 (local retail business). Ordinance 021321 is to consider rezoning from District C-2 (local retail business) to District PD/C-2 (local retail business, planned development overly and approving a preliminary development plan for a automobile lot. The project location is at the northwest corner of Sni-A-Bar Road and Blue Ridge Cutoff. He also stated that staff has received neighborhood opposition based on two issues: 1) The site is no longer appropriate for commercial use; 2) the number of existing auto sales lots in the area, particularly on Blue Parkway. Staff and City Plan Commission recommended approval of the ordinances with certain conditions. Jim Bowers, attorney, spoke in support of the project. He explained to the committee how the project will benefit the area. Several neighborhood residents spoke in opposition of the rezoning. Residents stated that locating an auto sales lot in their neighborhood will decrease property value. Committee members expressed their opposition of the project. Committee recommended denial of the project.

021372
Vacating N.W. 122nd Street from the southwesterly right of way line of Interstate 29 to the northerly prolongation of the west line of Lot 1, Airport America, a subdivision in Kansas City, Platte County, Missouri, and all utility easements over, under, across and along said street. (1417-V)


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Larry Stice, City Planning & Development Department, stated that the purpose of the vacation is to allow landscaping within the right-of-way. Committee recommended approval.
 
 The following item has been added to the agenda:

021396
Giving permission to Venture Investors, LLC, to install and maintain a monument in the traffic island in the public right-of-way at of N.E. 94th Place at Flintlock Road for the purpose of identifying the subdivision; assessing an encroachment fee in the amount of $1,170.00; and estimating revenue in the amount of $1,170.00.

921261
Approving and designating Project II of the Hickman Mills Tax Increment Financing Plan as a Redevelopment Project and adopting tax increment financing therefor.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Ordinances 921261 thru 921272 are related cases. Laura Whitener, Economic Development Corporation, testified on the ordinances. The redevelopment area is located between U.S. 71 Highway on the west and on the west boundary of Mooreland/Hillcrest Heights a subdivision on the east, Bannister Road on the north and I-470 on the south. The Hickman Mills TIF plan calls for public improvements to the Hickman Mills Corridor, including removal of the railroad bridge over Hickman Mills Drive, reconstruction of Hickman Mills Drive, development of a green belt, preservation of the Santa Fe Trail as well as the necessary acquisition, demolition and relocation. As of October 2002 the acquisition, demolition and relocation activities are 100 % completed. A majority of the public infrastructure is also complete and consists of 10,812 lineal feet of road improvement. The TIF Commission has certified $149.6 million in reimbursable project costs of which $6.5 million has been reimbursed as of October 28, 2002.

921262
Approving and designating Project III of the Hickman Mills Tax Increment Financing Plan as a Redevelopment Project and adopting tax increment financing therefor.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Ordinances 921261 thru 921272 are related cases. Laura Whitener, Economic Development Corporation, testified on the ordinances. The redevelopment area is located between U.S. 71 Highway on the west and on the west boundary of Mooreland/Hillcrest Heights a subdivision on the east, Bannister Road on the north and I-470 on the south. The Hickman Mills TIF plan calls for public improvements to the Hickman Mills Corridor, including removal of the railroad bridge over Hickman Mills Drive, reconstruction of Hickman Mills Drive, development of a green belt, preservation of the Santa Fe Trail as well as the necessary acquisition, demolition and relocation. As of October 2002 the acquisition, demolition and relocation activities are 100 % completed. A majority of the public infrastructure is also complete and consists of 10,812 lineal feet of road improvement. The TIF Commission has certified $149.6 million in reimbursable project costs of which $6.5 million has been reimbursed as of October 28, 2002.

921263
Approving and designating Project IV of the Hickman Mills Tax Increment Financing Plan as a Redevelopment Project and adopting tax increment financing therefor.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Ordinances 921261 thru 921272 are related cases. Laura Whitener, Economic Development Corporation, testified on the ordinances. The redevelopment area is located between U.S. 71 Highway on the west and on the west boundary of Mooreland/Hillcrest Heights a subdivision on the east, Bannister Road on the north and I-470 on the south. The Hickman Mills TIF plan calls for public improvements to the Hickman Mills Corridor, including removal of the railroad bridge over Hickman Mills Drive, reconstruction of Hickman Mills Drive, development of a green belt, preservation of the Santa Fe Trail as well as the necessary acquisition, demolition and relocation. As of October 2002 the acquisition, demolition and relocation activities are 100 % completed. A majority of the public infrastructure is also complete and consists of 10,812 lineal feet of road improvement. The TIF Commission has certified $149.6 million in reimbursable project costs of which $6.5 million has been reimbursed as of October 28, 2002.

921264
Approving and designating Project V of the Hickman Mills Tax Increment Financing Plan as a Redevelopment Project and adopting tax increment financing therefor.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Ordinances 921261 thru 921272 are related cases. Laura Whitener, Economic Development Corporation, testified on the ordinances. The redevelopment area is located between U.S. 71 Highway on the west and on the west boundary of Mooreland/Hillcrest Heights a subdivision on the east, Bannister Road on the north and I-470 on the south. The Hickman Mills TIF plan calls for public improvements to the Hickman Mills Corridor, including removal of the railroad bridge over Hickman Mills Drive, reconstruction of Hickman Mills Drive, development of a green belt, preservation of the Santa Fe Trail as well as the necessary acquisition, demolition and relocation. As of October 2002 the acquisition, demolition and relocation activities are 100 % completed. A majority of the public infrastructure is also complete and consists of 10,812 lineal feet of road improvement. The TIF Commission has certified $149.6 million in reimbursable project costs of which $6.5 million has been reimbursed as of October 28, 2002.

921265
Approving and designating Project VI of the Hickman Mills Tax Increment Financing Plan as a Redevelopment Project and adopting tax increment financing therefor.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Ordinances 921261 thru 921272 are related cases. Laura Whitener, Economic Development Corporation, testified on the ordinances. The redevelopment area is located between U.S. 71 Highway on the west and on the west boundary of Mooreland/Hillcrest Heights a subdivision on the east, Bannister Road on the north and I-470 on the south. The Hickman Mills TIF plan calls for public improvements to the Hickman Mills Corridor, including removal of the railroad bridge over Hickman Mills Drive, reconstruction of Hickman Mills Drive, development of a green belt, preservation of the Santa Fe Trail as well as the necessary acquisition, demolition and relocation. As of October 2002 the acquisition, demolition and relocation activities are 100 % completed. A majority of the public infrastructure is also complete and consists of 10,812 lineal feet of road improvement. The TIF Commission has certified $149.6 million in reimbursable project costs of which $6.5 million has been reimbursed as of October 28, 2002.

921266
Approving and designating Project VII of the Hickman Mills Tax Increment Financing Plan as a Redevelopment Project and adopting tax increment financing therefor.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Ordinances 921261 thru 921272 are related cases. Laura Whitener, Economic Development Corporation, testified on the ordinances. The redevelopment area is located between U.S. 71 Highway on the west and on the west boundary of Mooreland/Hillcrest Heights a subdivision on the east, Bannister Road on the north and I-470 on the south. The Hickman Mills TIF plan calls for public improvements to the Hickman Mills Corridor, including removal of the railroad bridge over Hickman Mills Drive, reconstruction of Hickman Mills Drive, development of a green belt, preservation of the Santa Fe Trail as well as the necessary acquisition, demolition and relocation. As of October 2002 the acquisition, demolition and relocation activities are 100 % completed. A majority of the public infrastructure is also complete and consists of 10,812 lineal feet of road improvement. The TIF Commission has certified $149.6 million in reimbursable project costs of which $6.5 million has been reimbursed as of October 28, 2002.

921267
Approving and designating Project VIII of the Hickman Mills Tax Increment Financing Plan as a Redevelopment Project and adopting tax increment financing therefor.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Ordinances 921261 thru 921272 are related cases. Laura Whitener, Economic Development Corporation, testified on the ordinances. The redevelopment area is located between U.S. 71 Highway on the west and on the west boundary of Mooreland/Hillcrest Heights a subdivision on the east, Bannister Road on the north and I-470 on the south. The Hickman Mills TIF plan calls for public improvements to the Hickman Mills Corridor, including removal of the railroad bridge over Hickman Mills Drive, reconstruction of Hickman Mills Drive, development of a green belt, preservation of the Santa Fe Trail as well as the necessary acquisition, demolition and relocation. As of October 2002 the acquisition, demolition and relocation activities are 100 % completed. A majority of the public infrastructure is also complete and consists of 10,812 lineal feet of road improvement. The TIF Commission has certified $149.6 million in reimbursable project costs of which $6.5 million has been reimbursed as of October 28, 2002.

921268
Approving and designating Project IX of the Hickman Mills Tax Increment Financing Plan as a Redevelopment Project and adopting tax increment financing therefor.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Ordinances 921261 thru 921272 are related cases. Laura Whitener, Economic Development Corporation, testified on the ordinances. The redevelopment area is located between U.S. 71 Highway on the west and on the west boundary of Mooreland/Hillcrest Heights a subdivision on the east, Bannister Road on the north and I-470 on the south. The Hickman Mills TIF plan calls for public improvements to the Hickman Mills Corridor, including removal of the railroad bridge over Hickman Mills Drive, reconstruction of Hickman Mills Drive, development of a green belt, preservation of the Santa Fe Trail as well as the necessary acquisition, demolition and relocation. As of October 2002 the acquisition, demolition and relocation activities are 100 % completed. A majority of the public infrastructure is also complete and consists of 10,812 lineal feet of road improvement. The TIF Commission has certified $149.6 million in reimbursable project costs of which $6.5 million has been reimbursed as of October 28, 2002.

921269
Approving and designating Project X of the Hickman Mills Tax Increment Financing Plan as a Redevelopment Project and adopting tax increment financing therefor.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Ordinances 921261 thru 921272 are related cases. Laura Whitener, Economic Development Corporation, testified on the ordinances. The redevelopment area is located between U.S. 71 Highway on the west and on the west boundary of Mooreland/Hillcrest Heights a subdivision on the east, Bannister Road on the north and I-470 on the south. The Hickman Mills TIF plan calls for public improvements to the Hickman Mills Corridor, including removal of the railroad bridge over Hickman Mills Drive, reconstruction of Hickman Mills Drive, development of a green belt, preservation of the Santa Fe Trail as well as the necessary acquisition, demolition and relocation. As of October 2002 the acquisition, demolition and relocation activities are 100 % completed. A majority of the public infrastructure is also complete and consists of 10,812 lineal feet of road improvement. The TIF Commission has certified $149.6 million in reimbursable project costs of which $6.5 million has been reimbursed as of October 28, 2002.

921270
Approving and designating Project XI of the Hickman Mills Tax Increment Financing Plan as a Redevelopment Project and adopting tax increment financing therefor.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Ordinances 921261 thru 921272 are related cases. Laura Whitener, Economic Development Corporation, testified on the ordinances. The redevelopment area is located between U.S. 71 Highway on the west and on the west boundary of Mooreland/Hillcrest Heights a subdivision on the east, Bannister Road on the north and I-470 on the south. The Hickman Mills TIF plan calls for public improvements to the Hickman Mills Corridor, including removal of the railroad bridge over Hickman Mills Drive, reconstruction of Hickman Mills Drive, development of a green belt, preservation of the Santa Fe Trail as well as the necessary acquisition, demolition and relocation. As of October 2002 the acquisition, demolition and relocation activities are 100 % completed. A majority of the public infrastructure is also complete and consists of 10,812 lineal feet of road improvement. The TIF Commission has certified $149.6 million in reimbursable project costs of which $6.5 million has been reimbursed as of October 28, 2002.

921271
Approving and designating Project XII of the Hickman Mills Tax Increment Financing Plan as a Redevelopment Project and adopting tax increment financing therefor.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Ordinances 921261 thru 921272 are related cases. Laura Whitener, Economic Development Corporation, testified on the ordinances. The redevelopment area is located between U.S. 71 Highway on the west and on the west boundary of Mooreland/Hillcrest Heights a subdivision on the east, Bannister Road on the north and I-470 on the south. The Hickman Mills TIF plan calls for public improvements to the Hickman Mills Corridor, including removal of the railroad bridge over Hickman Mills Drive, reconstruction of Hickman Mills Drive, development of a green belt, preservation of the Santa Fe Trail as well as the necessary acquisition, demolition and relocation. As of October 2002 the acquisition, demolition and relocation activities are 100 % completed. A majority of the public infrastructure is also complete and consists of 10,812 lineal feet of road improvement. The TIF Commission has certified $149.6 million in reimbursable project costs of which $6.5 million has been reimbursed as of October 28, 2002.

921272
Approving and designating Project XIII of the Hickman Mills Tax Increment Financing Plan as a Redevelopment Project and adopting tax increment financing therefor.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Ordinances 921261 thru 921272 are related cases. Laura Whitener, Economic Development Corporation, testified on the ordinances. The redevelopment area is located between U.S. 71 Highway on the west and on the west boundary of Mooreland/Hillcrest Heights a subdivision on the east, Bannister Road on the north and I-470 on the south. The Hickman Mills TIF plan calls for public improvements to the Hickman Mills Corridor, including removal of the railroad bridge over Hickman Mills Drive, reconstruction of Hickman Mills Drive, development of a green belt, preservation of the Santa Fe Trail as well as the necessary acquisition, demolition and relocation. As of October 2002 the acquisition, demolition and relocation activities are 100 % completed. A majority of the public infrastructure is also complete and consists of 10,812 lineal feet of road improvement. The TIF Commission has certified $149.6 million in reimbursable project costs of which $6.5 million has been reimbursed as of October 28, 2002.

020717
(Sub.)
Amending the Code of Ordinances by adding a new Chapter 41, entitled Day Labor Business.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA"
Several interested parties spoke in support of the "Day Labor" ordinance. Councilman Ford stated that there have been several hearings that have taken place. He stated that the "City" is preparing a amended ordinance to define the definition of "Day Labor". He also stated that it is not his intent to put "day labor" out of business, he thought that the business should have regulations. Committee recommended to hold ordinances 020717 and 020800 for one week to allow the legal department to complete the ordinance.

020800
(Sub.)
Amending Chapter 80, Code of Ordinances, by repealing Sections 80-20, Definitions, and 80-212, Conditional use permitted for limited time, and enacting in lieu thereof new sections of like numbers and subject matters.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA"
Several interested parties spoke in support of the "Day Labor" ordinance. Councilman Ford stated that there have been several hearings that have taken place. He stated that the "City" is preparing a amended ordinance to define the definition of "Day Labor". He also stated that it is not his intent to put "day labor" out of business, he thought that the business should have regulations. Committee recommended to hold ordinances 020717 and 020800 for one week to allow the legal department to complete the ordinance.

020887
Approving the plat of Colony Court Annex, an addition in Kansas City, Clay County, Missouri; accepting various easements; authorizing the Director of Public Works to execute certain agreements; and authorizing the City Clerk to file this ordinance and attached agreements.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA"
Committee recommended to hold ordinance 020887 until December 4, 2002.

021094
(Sub.)
Approving the plat of Pine Grove Pointe 1st Plat, an addition in Kansas City, Clay County, Missouri; accepting various easements; establishing grades on public ways; authorizing the Director of Public Works to execute certain agreements; and authorizing the City Clerk to file this ordinance and attached agreement.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA"
Committee recommended to hold ordinances 021094 (Sub), 021095 and 021096 until December 11, 2002.

021095
Approving the plat of Pine Grove Limited 1st Plat, an addition in Kansas City, Clay County, Missouri; accepting various easements; and establishing grades on public ways.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA"
Committee recommended to hold ordinances 021094 (Sub), 021095 and 021096 until December 11, 2002.

021096
Approving the plat of Pine Grove Meadows 1st Plat, an addition in Kansas City, Clay County, Missouri; accepting various easements; establishing grades on public ways; authorizing the Director of Public Works to execute certain agreements; and authorizing the City Clerk to file this ordinance and attached agreement.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA"
Committee recommended to hold ordinances 021094 (Sub), 021095 and 021096 until December 11, 2002.

021164
Amending Chapter 80, Code of Ordinances, by adding a new section to be known as Section 80-11A0436, rezoning an area of approximately 9.2 acres generally located on the north side of Red Bridge Road and the east side of Holmes Road from Districts RA (Agricultural) and R-1a (One-Family Dwellings) to District R-1b (One-Family Dwellings). (12801-P)


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD OFF AGENDA"
Committee recommended to hold ordinance 021164 and 021165 off the agenda.

021165
Approving a Community Unit Project on an approximately 9.2 acre tract of land generally located on the north side of Red Bridge Road and the east side of Holmes Road. (12801-CUP-1)


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD OFF AGENDA"
Committee recommended to hold ordinance 021164 and 021165 off the agenda.

021306
(Sub.)
Amending Chapter 80, Code of Ordinances of the City of Kansas City, Missouri, commonly known as the Zoning Ordinance, by repealing Appendix A, Sections 2.1, GP-1 General industry, 2.2, GP-2 General transient retail business, 2.3, GP-3 Regional business, and 2.8, GP-8 Airport and conservation uses, and Appendix B, Kansas City Longview Lake General Planned Development District, Section 2.2, Permitted uses by districts, and enacting in lieu thereof new sections of like numbers and subject matters.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA"
Committee recommended to hold the ordinance for one week.

021315
Approving the development plan submitted by the 5th and Harrison Redevelopment Corporation on a tract of land of approximately .33 acres generally located at the northwest and southwest corner of 5th Street and Harrison Street (922 and 921 E. 5th Street); declaring the area included in such plan to be a blighted area and its redevelopment necessary for the preservation of the public peace, prosperity, health, safety, morals and welfare; authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into a contract with the 5th and Harrison Redevelopment Corporation; and authorizing certain tax abatement within the plan area.


PLANNING, ZONING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS"
Ordinances 021315 and 031316 are related cases. John Eckardt, City Development Department testified on the ordinance. Ordinance 021315 will approve the 5th & Harrison 353 development plan for redevelopment and rehabilitation of the neighborhood. Ordinance 021316 will rezone the site from District C-2 (local retail business district) and C-3a2 (Intermediate business, high buildings, district) to District URD (Urban redevelopment district) and the approval of a development plan. The project is located at the northwest and southwest corner of 5th & Harrison (921& 922 E. 5th Street). The project site is declared blighted. The project calls for rehabilitation of a 2 1/2 story building and a parking lot for lofts and commercial use. Staff & City Plan Commission recommended approval.
 
 There will be a closed session regarding a Real Estate Transaction pursuant to RSMo 610.021(2).