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Monday, May 24, 2021



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

NO WORKSHOP MEETING

REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING - 7:30 p.m.




MEETING WILL BE IN PERSON 
IN THE COMMUNITY CENTER GYMNASIUM

The meeting is open to the public. Online or phone observation is available but does not enable participation in the meeting.  

We will follow safety precautions recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,
the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, and local health officers. 
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CITY COUNCIL MEETING - 7:30 p.m.

 

Citizen Concerns About Items Not on Today's Agenda. (Copies of material presented to the City Council must also 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 May 10, 2021 City Council Meeting

Action
NA
Recommendation
Make a motion to approve the minutes as presented.
2.

Claims for City Operations

Staff enclosed the supplement claims for City operations in the amount of $ 10,686.92 and the regular claims in the amount of $ 192,037.62.


Action
Make a motion to approve the claims for City operations for May 24, 2021.
Recommendation
The Finance Director recommends approval.
3.

Claims for Public Housing Authority

Staff enclosed the Public Housing Authority regular claims in the amount of $ 13,894.46.


Action
Make a motion to approve the Public Housing Authority claims for May 24, 2021.
Recommendation
The Public Housing Authority Director recommends approval.
4.

Appointments to Boards and Commissions

Library Board - Appoint Claudia Patrick to replace Kelby Sherer who is leaving the board in June. The term will expire 04/2023.
Action
N/A
Recommendation
The Mayor recommends approval.
5.

Public Use request - Jerry Lee Jarrett Life Center Fundraiser

Christ First Ministries submitted a Public Use Request for Saturday, June 26, 2021 from 9am–
2pm for a Ground Breaking and Fish Fry Fundraising event for the Jerry Lee Jarrett Life Center. The request includes closure of Insley Ave. from Neconi Ave. to Armour Ave. Approval will be dependent upon adherence to all State, County and City regulations.
Action
N/A
Recommendation
N/A
6.

Public Use Request - Junker's Jamboree

Create 2 Day submitted a Public Use Request for Saturday, June 5, 2021 from 6am–
2pm for Junker's Jamboree. The request includes closure of Oak St. from Front St. to
Third St. Funds raised by the Maker's Fair will go to the Create 2 Day not-for-profit
entity. Approval is dependent upon adherence to all State, County and City
regulations.
Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
7.

Public Use Request - Animal Vaccination Clinic

Bonner Springs Animal Control and the Bonner Springs Farmers' Market submitted a Public Use Request for an Animal Vaccination and registration clinic on Saturday, July 10, 2021 from  9:00 am - 12:00 pm. The request includes closure of the east side of Elm St. from Front St. to 2nd St. and 2nd St. in front of Kelly Murphy Park. 
Action
N/A
Recommendation
N/A
8.

Tiblow Transit Title VI Approval

The Tiblow Transit Title VI Program Policy provides public notice that Tiblow Transit operates its program and services without regard to race, color or national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. KDOT requires the Governing Body approve the Title VI Plan every three years. 


Action
Make a motion to approve Governing Body 13-01R; Tiblow Transit Title VI Policy.
Recommendation
The City Clerk recommends approval.
 

OLD BUSINESS

 

NEW BUSINESS

1.

Exhaust Capture System for Fire-EMS - Award Contract


Action
Make a motion to award the Source Capture Exhaust System contract to Air Cleaning Technologies, Inc in the amount of $68,750.
Recommendation
The grant committee and Fire/EMS Deputy Chief recommend approval.
2.

138th Street Project-Supplemental Agreement No. 2

Support work activities were halted in 2020 but have been recently supported with funding grants.  The Supplemental Agreement will be primarily focused on coordination with KDOT to bring plans and specifications to minimum criteria for grant eligible status.
Action
Make a motion to approve Supplemental Agreement No. 2 with Wilson & Company, Inc. for continued engineering support to the 138th Street Project in the amount of $50,000.
Recommendation
The Public Works Director recommends approval.
3.

Lions Park Project - Change Orders and Final Acceptance

This is the close out activity for the renovations, upgrades, and ADA compliance project at the Lions Park Restroom Facility.  Project work has been completed and involved two change orders and additional funding to complete.
Action
Make a motion to accept the Lions Park ADA Renovation project, with change orders, in the total amount of $40,478.
Recommendation
The Public Works Director recommends approval.
4.

Custodial Service Contract

Action
Make a motion to award the contract for custodial services to Jan Pro and authorize the City Manager to execute a contract.
Recommendation
The Assistant City Manager, Police Chief, Public Works Director, and Recreation Manager recommend approval.
 

REPORTS

2.

City Council Items