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P.O. Box 38, 205 East Second Street, Bonner Springs, KS 66012



WORKSHOP MEETING
6:30 p.m.



REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING

7:30 p.m.




CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS

Monday, March 11, 2019


Life is Better in Bonner Springs

Phone:  913-422-1020     Fax:  913-441-1366     Website:  www.bonnersprings.org






















 

WORKSHOP AGENDA

1.
6:30PM

Nuisance Code & Enforcement Review

Shane Lillich, City Prosecutor, and Mark Stites, Code Enforcement Officer, will be provide a presentation and overview of the nuisance code, applicable laws and will review recent enforcement efforts.


Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
 

CITY COUNCIL MEETING - 7:30 p.m.

1.

Citizen Concerns About Items Not on Today's Agenda. (Copies of written material presented to the City Council also needs to 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.
2.

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.
a.

Minutes of the February 25, 2019 City Council Meeting

Action
Make a Motion to approve the minutes of the February 25, 2019 City Council meeting.
Recommendation
The City Manager and City Clerk recommend approval
b.

Claims for City Operations

Enclosed are the Supplement Claims for City Operations in the amount of $67,894.30 and the Regular Claims in the amount of $167,549.75.
Action
Make a Motion to Approve the Claims for City Operations for March 11, 2019
Recommendation
The City Manager, City Clerk, and Finance Director Recommend Approval
c.

Public Housing Authority Claims

Enclosed are the Regular Claims in the amount of $3,857.12.
Action
Make a motion to approve the Public Housing Authority claims for March 11, 2019
Recommendation
The City Manager and Public Housing Authority Director recommend approval
d.

Eastern Kansas Multi-County Task Force Agreement

In November 2018 the City Council approved signing the Eastern Kansas Multi-County Task Force (EKMCTF) agreement. Since the signing of that document, KSA 12-2908 has been revised. The revised KSA 12-2908 avoids having the EKMCTF agreement signed any time a new county becomes a member. This document was reviewed by attorneys for both the City of Shawnee and City of Leawood.
Action
Make a motion to approve the Mayor to sign the Eastern Kansas Multi-County Task Force agreement.
Recommendation
The City Manager and Fire Chief recommend approval.
e.

December Financial Reports

Enclosed are the Revenue/Expenditure Report and Investment Report for December 2018 along with the 4th Quarter 2018 Treasurer's Report.
Action
Make a motion to accept the December and 4th quarter financial reports
Recommendation
The City Manager and Finance Director recommend approval.
 

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

The City Council will consider the following items individually.
1.

Inter-agency Agreement between KCKPD and BSPD

Staff requests the City Council approve an Inter-Agency Agreement between KCKPD and BSPD, allowing BSPD limited law enforcement jurisdictional authority along State Avenue prior to, during, and following events held at Providence Amphitheater and Kansas City Renaissance Festival. 
Action
Make a motion authorizing staff to initiate the Inter-Agency Agreement between KCKPD and BSPD.
Recommendation
The City Manager and Police Chief recommend approval
2.

Police Vehicle Donation to the USD 204 Criminal Justice Club

The Bonner Springs Police Department has requested approval to donate a 2013 Dodge Charger Police Vehicle to the USD 204 Criminal Justice Club for use within their program. The vehicle has been removed from department service due to extensive maintenance needs.


Action
Make a motion to approve the Bonner Springs Police Department to donate a 2013 Dodge Charger Police Vehicle to the USD 204 Criminal Justice Club for use within their program.
Recommendation
The City Manager and Police Chief recommend approval
3.

Taser Purchase Agreement

The Bonner Springs Police Department currently issues its officers, Taser, less than lethal devices (Taser X2) for officers to deploy during volatile encounters where such devices may be able to diffuse or end the incident as peacefully as possible.
Nearly all current devices are ending their service life and need to be upgraded and replaced.
Action
Make a motion authorizing a five-year purchase agreement to acquire 20 new Taser X7 devices.
Recommendation
The City Manager and Police Chief recommend approval
4.

Scheidt Water Main Replacement Project - Award Bid

Scheidt Water Main Replacement Project was developed in 2018 and is now ready for construction award.  Bids were accepted and a total of twelve (12) competitive bids were received.  The apparent lowest and best bid was from Rodriguez Mechanical Contractors Inc. in the amount of $326,884.

The Engineers Estimate was $479,005.

In August of 2018 the entire project was estimated at $500,000.
Action
Make a motion to award the contract for Scheidt Lane Water Main Replacement Project to Rodriguez Mechanical, Inc. in the amount of $326,884.
Recommendation
The City Manager, Public Works Director and Finance Director recommend approval
5.

Scheidt Water Main Replacement Project - Professional Services

Wilson & Company, Inc.  provided a proposal to perform professional services associated with construction observation, documentation, change order processing, payment request processing, and as-built plans at the conclusion of the work.

The proposal is based on hourly rates for work actually performed and the estimated amount is $65,650.
Action
Make a motion approving the contract with Wilson & Company, Inc. to provide construction related services associated with the Scheidt Water Main Replacement Project in the amount of $65,650
Recommendation
The City Manager, Public Works Director and Finance Director recommend approval
6.

Renewal of MARC Operation Green Light Agreement

The objective of the agreement is to be part of an organized effort to improve traffic flow on a regional basis.  The K-7 Corridor is part of the Bonner Springs regional component.  Under Operation Green Light (OGL), city staff can refer concerns about signal operations to Mid America Regional Council who can then check signal operations and make adjustments if necessary.  This reduces staff time and costs associated with analyzing traffic control functions.  Membership also allows for remote traffic control functions for special events (i.e. race days) and accidents that may cause traffic disruptions.

There are four traffic signals along K-7 covered under the agreement:  130th Street, I-70, Speaker Road, and Kansas Avenue.The Total annual OGL operational cost is $600 per signal which is a total of $2,400 per year.  Tthis is a cost reduction from the previous agreement which was $800 per signal.

This is a two year agreement so the total financial impact over two years is $4,800.  The City has participated as a member since 2015.
Action
Make a motion approving the cooperative agreement with Mid America Regional Council for membership in Operation Green Light (OGL) at an annual cost of $2,400 and authorizing staff to execute the agreement.
Recommendation
The City Manager and Public Works Director recommend approval
 

REPORTS

1.

City Manager's Report

Action
NA
Recommendation
NA
2.

City Council Items

3.

Mayor's Report