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



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REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING

7:30 p.m.




COMMUNITY CENTER- LOWER LEVEL
HONEY BEE ROOM

Monday, October 14, 2019


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WORKSHOP AGENDA

 

CITY COUNCIL MEETING - 7:30 p.m.

1.

Proclamation - BPW National Business Women's Week

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 23, 2019 City Council Meeting

Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
2.

Claims for City Operations

The Supplement Claims for City Operations in the amount of $144,315.56 and the Regular claims in the amount of $951,881.62 are enclosed.
Action
Make a motion to approve the claims for City operations for October 14, 2019.
Recommendation
The Finance Director recommends approval.
3.

Claims for the Public Housing Authority

The regular claims  for the Public Housing Authority in the amount of $11,954.92 are enclosed.
Action
Make a motion to approve the Public Housing Authority claims for October 14, 2019.
Recommendation
The Public Housing Authority Director recommends approval.
4.

Appointments to Boards and Commissions

Board of Zoning Appeals - Appoint Larry Clark to fill the position vacated by Craig Stephan for a three-year term to expire August 2022.
Library Board - Appoint Hortencia Dominguez to fill the position vacated by Travis Anderson for a term to expire April 2021.
Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
5.

Massage Therapist Business Establishment and Massage Therapist License Renewals - Back and Body Massage

Yang Lu with Back and Body Massage applied to renew her Massage Therapist Business Establishment and Massage Therapist licenses. 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
 

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

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

Extend Kincaid IRB Resolution of Intent

The Kincaid Group has requested a short extension to the resolution of intent to issue industrial revenue bonds in order allow them to finalize the details of their bond issuance. The ordinance to issue bonds should be submitted for Council consideration no later than the November 28th Council Meeting.

Staff does not object to the extension of the resolution of intent through mid-December due to the fact that Kindcaid has made considerable progress in their construction and the terms of the IRB agreement will not be affected.
Action
Make a motion to adopt a resolution extending the Resolution of Intent to Issue IRBs through December 14, 2019
Recommendation
The City Manager, Assistant City Manager, Finance Director, and Bond Counsel recommend approval
2.

Entry Sign Design Proposal

Action
Make a motion authorizing staff to execute an agreement with Landworks Studio for entry sign design not to exceed $18,180.
Recommendation
The City Manager and Assistant City Manager recommend approval.
3.

GSC Project - Change Order Requests

Please find information below regarding a series of Change Order Requests from KBS related to the Government Services Center Project. The requests have reviewed and vetted by SFS and the City with KBS, and the design consultants (Wilson-Civil, Henderson-MEP, Bob D. Campbell-Structural, Terracon-Environmental) where applicable.
  • COR-10 – City Hall – Additional Asbestos Abatement: $21,073.80 - Unforeseen Conditions, removal of asbestos hidden within ductwork and under concrete slabs.
  • COR-12 – Police Facility/Sitework – Demo and Asbestos Abatement of Shared Tunnel with Community Center: $36,628.89 - Unknown tunnel and unforeseen conditions.
  • COR-15 – City Hall – Basement Waterproofing / Parging: $7,999.20 - Cost to provide additional layer of protection against water infiltration into the basement. Added value to the project suggested by Contractor, mainly in terms of avoiding potential remedial work in the future.
  • COR-18 – City Hall – Concrete Slab Replacement at Court Level (Previously Kitchen / Restrooms): $16,120.61 - Cost to provide concrete slabs that were not documented in the Structural drawings, and not in the Base Bid. Added value to the project, and cost seems extremely reasonable to SFS and BDC.
Additional information for each change order request is included as an attachment. Dana Gould, SFS, and Joel Kriss, KBS,  will be present at the council meeting and will be prepared to answer any additional questions.
The City maintains a contingency account for this project with a reserve of approximately $1.3 million.
Action
Approve Change Order requests 10, 12, 15, and 18 for the Government Services Project in an amount not to exceed 81,822.51.
Recommendation
Approve
4.

Manhole Replacement Project - Approve Change Request, Final Payment and Accept Project as Complete

The City Council approved the expenditure of $51,250 in March 2019 to engage Schuetz Construction to remove and replace the sanitary sewer Manhole on K-32 at K-7.  The project included an additional $30,606.85 in costs to correct previous design and engineering errors.

Action
Make a motion to approve a change request and final payment in the amount of $30,606.85 and accept the project at a total cost of $81,856.85.
Recommendation
The Public Works Director recommends approval.
5.

Cedar Kump Waterline Project - Award bid

The City Council approved the expenditure of $27,862 in September of 2018 for design of a new waterline installation from approximately Nettleton to Kaw on Cedar-Kump.  The new waterline is necessary to complete a water system loop connection and also supported adequate fire flow requirements for the new City Hall and Police Station.

Action
Make a motion to approve a bid award for installation of a new waterline to Kissick Construction in the amount of $347,618.
Recommendation
The Public Works Director recommends approval.
6.

Cedar Kump Waterline Project - Construction Inspection Contract

The City Council approved the expenditure of $27,862 in September 2018 for design of a new waterline installation on Cedar/Kump from approximately Nettleton Avenue to Kaw Drive. The new waterline is necessary to complete a water system loop connection and also to support adequate fire flow requirements for the new City Hall and Police Station.
If the construction project is awarded, the construction engineering services will be necessary.

Action
Make a motion to approve a professional services contract for construction engineering related to the installation of the new Cedar/Kump waterline to Wilson & Company in the amount not to exceed $47,620.
Recommendation
The Public Works Director recommends approval.
7.

Ordinance to Adopt the Standard Traffic Ordinance 2019 Edition

The City annually adopts the Standard Traffic Ordinance prepared by the League of Kansas Municipalities. The City Attorney's office reviewed the 2019 edition and recommends approval with the same amendments as previous years.
Action
Make a motion to adopt the Standard Traffic Ordinance 2019 Edition as amended.
Recommendation
The City Attorney, City Prosecutor and City Clerk recommend approval.
8.

Ordinance to Adopt the Uniform Public Offense Code 2019 Edition

The City annually adopts the Uniform Public Offense Code prepared by the League of Kansas Municipalities. The City Attorney's office reviewed the 2019 edition and recommends approval with the same amendments as previous years.
Action
Make a motion to approve an Ordinance to adopt the Uniform Public Offense Code 2019 edition
Recommendation
The City Attorney, City Prosecutor and City Clerk recommend approval.
 

REPORTS

1.

City Manager's Report

Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
2.

City Council Items

3.

Mayor's Report