City commissioners are set to finalize the design for the rebuilding of Kasold Drive from Bob Billings Parkway to 22nd Street. Commissioners also will have to approve an increase in the estimated cost of the project. Cost estimates have increased to about $4.6 million, up from just under $4 million previously.
City commissioners also will be asked to consider providing incentives for contractors to finish the project ahead of schedule because it is a major roadway. Engineers have suggested that contractors be awarded $2,000 per day for each day the project is completed ahead of schedule, with a maximum payout of $100,000. Engineers also have suggested that contractors be fined $2,000 per day for each day the project runs over schedule. The project is expected to begin May 1 and end Sept. 1.
¢ recognition of Van Go Mobile Arts for receiving the Coming up Taller Award.
¢ approve City Commission meeting minutes
¢ receive minutes from various boards and commissions
¢ approve all claims
¢ approve appointments as recommended by the mayor
¢ bid and purchase items:
a.) authorize city manager to execute a farm lease agreement with Roger and Ralph Kitsmiller for $76 per acre per year for 55 acres adjacent to the city wastewater treatment plant.
b.) set bid date of March 7 for 2006 Overlay Program, Phase I.
¢ adopt the following on second reading:
a.) an ordinance rezoning .146 acre from C-5 Limited Commercial to RO-1A Residence Office at 705 Ark.
b.) an ordinance rezoning 2.458 acres from C-5 to RM-2 Multiple Family between W. Sixth and W. Seventh streets east of Iowa Street.
c.) an ordinance rezoning 1.6 acres from RM-2 to RO-1A between W. Sixth and W. Seventh streets east of Wisconsin Street.
d.) an ordinance rezoning 2.27 acres from RM-2 to RO-2 north of W. Seventh Street and west of Florida Street.
e.) an ordinance rezoning .58 acre from RM-3 Multi-Family to RS-2 north of the intersection of W. Eighth Street and Avalon Road.
f.) an ordinance rezoning .84 acre from C-5 to RO-1 at the northeast corner of Florida and W. Seventh Street.
g.) an ordinance rezoning 3.0 acres from C-5 to RM-3 at the southeast corner of W. Seventh Street and Lynch Court.
h.) an ordinance rezoning .51 acre from C-5 to RO-2 at southwest corner of Michigan and W. Seventh streets.
i.) an ordinance concerning firearm possession near drinking establishments.
j.) an ordinance allowing possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages on certain city property pursuant to a sidewalk dining license for the Mad Greek restaurant.
¢ authorize the distribution of request for proposals for coordinated public transportation plan in conjunction with Kansas University.
¢ approve the following site plans:
a.) Seventh-Day Adventist Church at the southwest corner of W. Sixth Street and Branchwood Drive.
b.) Lake Pointe Villas, a site plan for a 42-unit single family residential development at 2221 Lake Pointe Drive.
c.) Central Junior High School expansion at 1400 Mass.
¢ adopt the following requests and place on future agenda for final approval:
a.) request to rezone 12.329 acres from I-1 Industrial and A Agriculture to RM-2 Multi-Family. Property is located south of E. 23rd Street between O'Connell Road and Franklin Road.
b.) request to rezone 17.889 acres from I-1 and A to M-1 Research Industrial. Property is located south of E. 23rd Street between O'Connell Road and Franklin Road.
c.) request to rezone 28.833 acres from B-1 Neighborhood Business, I-1 and A to C-5 Limited Commercial. Property is located south of E. 23rd Street between O'Connell Road and Franklin Road.
¢ receive city manager's report
Regular agenda items
¢ consider approving request to rezone 8.19 acres from RS-2 Single Family to RM-D Duplex north of Harvard Road and east of George Williams Way.
¢ consider approving request to rezone 2.15 acres from RM-2 to RS-2 north of W. Fifth Street between Wisconsin and Michigan streets.
¢ consider approval of final plat for Cypress Park Addition, a five-lot single family subdivision on 2.229 acres at 1801 Learnard Ave.
¢ receive request for city financial participation and creation of special assessment benefit district for Delaware Common project near 12th and Delaware streets.
¢ receive update on phase II of the Clinton Water Treatment Plant Expansion.
¢ receive status report on Kasold Drive improvements from Bob Billings Parkway to 22nd Street.
¢ receive staff report concerning implementation of 2nd Generation Parks and Recreation Facilities.
¢ recess into executive session for 15 minutes to consult with attorneys for matters deemed privileged in the attorney-client relationship.