INDEPENDENCE CITY COMMISSION
REGULAR SESSION AGENDA
Thursday, September 27, 2018
5:30 p.m.
Veterans Room Memorial Hall

I.

REGULAR SESSION

A.

Call to Order


B.

Pledge of Allegiance to the United States of America


C.

Adoption of Agenda

II.

COMMON CONSENT AGENDA

(Consent is that class of Commission action that requires no further discussion or which is routine in nature. All items on the Consent Agenda are adopted by a single motion unless removed from the Consent Agenda.)
A.

Appropriations

  1. A-1823
  2. P-1793
B.

Consider approving minutes of the August 23, 2018 City Commission Meeting.

C.

Consider approving a Cereal Malt Beverage license to Christopher Carpenter for October 26 and 27, 2018 at 301 N. Penn Avenue.

D.

Consider approving a request from the Fab Lab for the Police Department to release bicycles for a bike loaning project for ICC students.

E.

Consider waiving the City curfew the evening of Tuesday, October 23, 2018 for the Neewollah Queens ball.

Documents:
  1. RCA Curfew.pdf
III.

PUBLIC HEARINGS

A.

Public hearing to consider condemnation of 209 S. Earl Street as dangerous and unsafe.

B.

Public hearing to consider condemnation of 717 Washington Street as dangerous and unsafe.

IV.

ITEMS FOR COMMISSION ACTION

A.

Consider setting the date for a public hearing to consider condemnation of a structure at 417 S. 6th Street on November 20, 2018 at 5:30 p.m.

B.

Consider quotes received for a budgeted water line replacement at Main Street and Cement Street.

C.

Consider a request from Harry Smith, Precision Railway Equipment Company, LLC and the City of Independence to rezone a tract of land from R-2, single family dwelling district to M-1, light industrial district at 800-814 S. 19th Street.

Documents:
  1. RCA Rezoning.pdf
D.

Consider a request for no parking stalls for a storage building to be constructed in the 800 block of South 19th Street that will have no vehicular access.

Documents:
  1. RCA Parking.pdf
E.

Consider an agreement for access to cemetery property by Larsen & Associates to install a monitoring well.

V.

REPORTS

A.

Update on water treatment plant project.

VI.

CITY MANAGER'S COMMENTS

VII.

COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS

VIII.

PUBLIC CONCERNS

IX.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

A.

Attorney/Client Privilege

B.

Personnel matters of non-elected personnel

X.

ADJOURNMENT