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P.O. Box 38, 200 East Third Street, Bonner Springs, KS 66012



NO WORKSHOP MEETING
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REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING

7:30 p.m.



COMMUNITY CENTER - LOWER LEVEL
HONEY BEE ROOM

Monday, September 23, 2019


Life is Better in Bonner Springs

Phone:  913-422-1020          Website:  www.bonnersprings.org

























 

CITY COUNCIL MEETING - 7:30 p.m.

 

Community Service Award

The Mayor and Police Chief will present the Bonner Springs Police Department Community Service Award to Edwardsville Police Department Master Patrol Officer Michael Hart.
Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
 

Citizen Concerns About Items Not on Today's Agenda. (Copies of written material presented to the City Council also needs to be provided to the City Clerk.)

This item is for comments and questions from the audience about items that are not included on today's agenda.
 

CONSENT AGENDA

The City Council will consider Consent Agenda items by one motion with no discussion unless the City Council, Staff or the audience requests removal of an item from the Consent Agenda.  The City Council will consider an item removed from the Consent Agenda as the next item after their action on the Consent Agenda.
1.

Minutes of the September 9, 2019 City Council Meeting

Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
2.

Claims for City Operations

The supplement claims for City operations in the amount of $7,467.03 and the regular claims in the amount of $427,997.61 are enclosed.
Action
Make a motion to approve the claims for City operations for September 23, 2019.
Recommendation
The Finance Director recommends approval.
3.

Claims for Public Housing Authority

The PHA regular claims in the amount of $19,424.43 are enclosed.
Action
Make a motion to approve the Public Housing Authority claims for September 23, 2019.
Recommendation
The Public Housing Authority Director recommends approval.
4.

Appointments to Boards and Commissions

Planning Commission: Appoint Paul Zeps, Larry Clark and Greg Gebauer for three-year terms.

Council appointments to boards and commissions: The enclosed list provides the Councilmember appointments made by the Mayor. New appointments are shown in bold, all others were previously appointed.

 

Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
5.

League Voting Delegates for Annual Conference Business Meeting

Per K.S.A. 12-1610f, The Governing Body annually selects voting delegates to participate in the League of Kansas Municipalities business and policy session. The session will be held Monday, October 14 at the conference in Overland Park

Based on our population, Bonner Springs may appoint two voting delegates. The nomination for the voting delegates for this year are the Mayor and Council President.

Upon approval, the City Clerk will submit the required forms to the League.

Action
Make a motion to approve the League voting delegates for the annual League Conference business meeting.
Recommendation
The Mayor recommends approval.
6.

Massage Therapist License - Additional Therapist at Rennaisance Festival

Susan Ballard with Helping Hands Therapeutic Massage applied for a Massage Therapist License as an additional Massage Therapist at the Renaissance Festival. The application complies with requirements.

Staff did not include a copy of the application due to the confidential information it contains.
Action
Make a motion to approve the Massage Therapist License for Susan Ballard for the Renaissance Festival.
Recommendation
The City Clerk recommends approval.
7.

Massage Therapist License

Shuxin McIntosh, applied for a Massage Therapist license as an additional Massage Therapist at Back and Body Massage . The application complies with requirements.

Staff did not include a copy of the application due to the confidential information it contains.
Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
8.

Public Use request - Braves Crush Rush

The Class of 2020 and Bonner Springs High School submitted a request for Use of Public Streets for a fun run in conjunction with Homecoming on Saturday, October 19, 2019 from 8:00 to 11:30 a.m.  The fun run will raise funds for Project Graduation.
A map of the planned route is included.
Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
Documents:
  1. Crush Rush Map.pdf
9.

Public Use Request - Kobi's Bikers Against Child Abuse Fundraiser

Kobi's Bar and Grill submitted a Public Use Request for the City Parking Lot adjacent to Centennial Park for Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. through 1:00 a.m. on October 13, 2019 for a fundraiser for BACA.
Upon approval by the City Council, issuance is dependent upon approval of the State for the temporary alcoholic beverage license extension.

Kobi's has also requested permission to park motorcycles along Cedar Street during this event.
Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
10.

Public Use Request - Nightmare on Elm Street Halloween Celebration

Betsy Smith with Parks and Recreation  submitted a Public Use Request to close Elm Street between 2nd and 3rd Streets on Saturday, October 26, 2019 from 7:00 a.m. through 1:00 p.m. for a Halloween celebration.

Details and a flyer are included in the attached application.
Action
Make a motion to approve the Public Use Request for Saturday, October 26, 2019.
Recommendation
The City Clerk recommends approval.
 

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

The City Council will consider the following items individually.
1.

Presentation and Acceptance of 2018 Audit

Sean Gordon with Mize Houser & Company will present the 2018 Audit and answer City Council questions.

The 2018 Audit contains an unmodified opinion which is the best opinion the City can receive for an audit.
Action
Make a motion to accept the 2018 Audit.
Recommendation
The Finance Director Recommends Approval.
Documents:
  1. 2018 Audit.pdf
2.

Police Department Purchase of Matrice 210 Thermal Aerial Kit

In 2018 BSPD integrated the first Drone into police department operations. The original drone was purchased using asset forfeiture funds to be utilized during the course of drug investigations. Staff was trained and licensed by the FAA under a law enforcement exemption to fly the drone. Since that integration, the drone program has flourished to an invaluable tool across the City. The department would like to further the program and has arranged to send two new officers to be trained and licensed by the FAA to fly departmental drones.
The department requests to use savings found in its 2019 operating budget to purchase the equipment for a total cost of $22,957.

 





Action
Make a motion to authorize the purchase of a Matrice 210 Advanced Thermal Aerial Kit from Enterpise UAS a sole source law enforcement provider for a cost not to exceed $22,957.
Recommendation
The Police Chief recommends approval.
 

REPORTS

1.

City Manager's Report

Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
Documents:
  1. Managers Report.doc
2.

City Council Items

3.

Mayor's Report