AGENDA

Independence City Commission
September 12, 2019
Veterans Room   Memorial Hall    5:30 PM



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-1846
  2. P-1817
  3. P-1818
B.

Consider minutes of the July 11 and July 16, 2019 meetings.

C.

Consider a supplemental agreement by PEC modifying the agreement for the Independence Water Treatment Plant Electrical Improvements.

Documents:
  1. RCA WTP.pdf
D.

Consider authorizing the use of golf carts on City streets for a Veterans Roundup event on September 26-28, 2019.

Documents:
  1. RCA Golf Cart.pdf
III.

ITEMS FOR COMMISSION ACTION

A.

Consider an ordinance modifying the Electrical Board.

B.

Consider a request to partner with the VFW for ADA improvements to the sidewalk, and to provide van and car ADA parking stalls at 113 E. Myrtle Street.

C.

Consider approving a design agreement for reconstruction of the south apron runup area at the Independence Municipal Airport.

D.

Consider a resolution adopting an administrative policy to define credit card procedures for city departments and employees.

E.

Consider 2019 Mill and Overlay ADA work.

F.

Consider an agreement with Montgomery County for ADA Work.

G.

Consider a change order to the 2018 ADA project in the 800 block of North 10th Street.

H.

Consider changing the location of the September 25, 2019 Special Commission Meeting scheduled for 10:30 AM to 1916 City Hall for a tour, then reconvening to Memorial Hall.

I.

Consider signing an ordinance authorizing the issuance of General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2019, for the City of Independence, Kansas and resolution prescribing the form and details of the bonds.

IV.

DISCUSSION

A.

Discussion regarding the proposed Central, Southwest and Southeast neighborhood revitalization districts.

V.

REPORTS

A.

223 W. Main Street Update.

B.

City Board Minutes

  1. August 21, 2019 City Recreation Commission
  2. July 17, 2019 Library Board of Trustees
VI.

CITY MANAGER'S COMMENTS

VII.

COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS

VIII.

PUBLIC CONCERNS

IX.

ADJOURNMENT