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



WORKSHOP MEETING
6:45 p.m.


REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING

7:30 p.m.




THIS MEETING WILL BE IN-PERSON AND ELECTRONIC
The meeting is open to the public.
We will follow all safety precautions, including those recommended by
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Kansas Department of
Health and Environment, and local health officers.
Attendees will be required to wear masks and observe proper social distancing.
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Monday, April 13, 2020



Life is Better in Bonner Springs

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WORKSHOP AGENDA - 6:45 p.m.

1.

Presentation of Design Build Process

The Governing Body has given staff direction to move forward with  discussions involving the construction of a new Water Treatment Plant and associated improvements. The presentation will provide an overview and answer questions about the Design/Build process. The presenter is the Executive Director of the Water Design-Build Council, Mr. Mark Alpert.
Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
 

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 July 27, 2020 City Council Meeting

Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
2.

Claims for City Operations

The Supplement Claims for City Operations in the amount of $8,835.99 and the Regular Claims in the amount of $553,659.57 are enclosed.     
Action
Make a motion to approve the claims for City Operations for August 10, 2020.
Recommendation
The Finance Director recommends approval
3.

Claims for Public Housing

The Regular Claims in the amount of $1,530.00 are enclosed.
Action
Make a motion to approve the Public Housing Authority claims for August 10, 2020.
Recommendation
The Public Housing Authority Director recommends approval.
4.

Public Use Request - Makers Fair

Roberta Hicks on behalf of Shop Bonner submitted a Public Use request for Saturday, August 29, 2020 . The request was originally submitted for June 6th however due to COVID-19 restrictions in place at the time, it was not pursued. The request is for a Maker's Fair to begin at 10:00 a.m. following the completion of Tiblow Trot. Organizers and participants will be required to adhere to all State, County and local health orders in effect at the time of the event. 

The event includes closure of Oak Street from Nettleton to Front Street; Second Street from Cedar to Elma and Third Street from Oak to Elm. 


Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
5.

Massage Therapy License Renewal- SpaRapha Massage & Craniosacral Therapy

Nicole Hankins paid the renewal fees and submitted an application to renew her Massage Therapy Business Establishment and Massage Therapist licenses. The application complies with the requirements for renewal. We did not include a copy of the application due to the confidential information it contains
Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
 

OLD BUSINESS

 

NEW BUSINESS

1.

Public Hearing for 2020 Budget Amendment and the 2021 Budget

Enclosed is a copy of the Public Hearing Notice (Summary) approved by the City
Council on July 27 which scheduled a Public Hearing for Monday, August 10. The
City Clerk published the notice in the Wyandotte Echo on July 30 per State Law.

The Mayor will open the Public Hearing and the Finance Director will make a presentation
on the proposed 2020 Budget Amendment and the recommended 2021 Budget. The
Mayor will then invite the public to make comment.

 The Mayor will close the Public Hearing after receipt of public comment and the City
Council will consider the next agenda item to approve the 2020 Budget Amendment
and to approve the 2021 Budget.
Action
This action requires the following actions: 1. Make a motion to open a Public Hearing for the 2020 Budget Amendments and 2021 Budget beginning at ______ p.m.; 2. Make a motion to close the Public Hearing at ________ p.m.
Recommendation
The City Manager and Finance Director recommend approval
Documents:
  1. Budget Summary.pdf
2.

Approve 2020 Budget Amendment & 2021 Budget & Establish Maximum Expenditures

The enclosed certificate lists maximum expenditures by fund as required by state law,
sets the total ad valorem tax dollars and lists the estimated mill levy for the 2021
Budget.
After approval of the certificate, the City Clerk will file the State Budget with the
County Clerk's office prior to August 25 per state law. The County Clerk's office sets
the final mill levy when they certify the assessed values in October.
Action
Make a motion to adopt the 2020 Budget Amendment & the 2021 Budget.
Recommendation
The City Manager and Finance Director recommend approval
3.

Change Order Request - Cedar Waterline Project

The need for a 12” waterline loop connection was identified in 2019 to assure fire protection and increase operational integrity of the water system.  The Project was awarded in October of 2019 to Kissick Construction in the amount of $347,618.00.

The Project work is substantially complete and included additional repair/replacement work which involved an additional transmission line valve, replacement of broken valve tops, and additional service connections that could not be identified until excavated.  The increased work resulted in a Change Order in the amount of $19,429.98.  This amount represents approximately 5.6% increase in the original contract.


Action
Make a motion to approve the change orders in the total amount of $19,429.98 to Kissick Construction for additional waterline repair work.
Recommendation
The public Works Director recommends approval.
4.

Community Center Gutter/Roofing Repair

Action
Make a Motion to Approve Premier Roofing for Option ____ in an Amount Not to Exceed $______
Recommendation
The City Manager and Assistant City Manager Recommend Approval for Repairs to the Community Center Gutters and Roof
 

REPORTS

1.

City Manager's Report

Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
2.

City Council Items

3.

Mayor's Report