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City of Overland Park

Mayor and Council Agenda

April 13, 2015

7:30 p.m.

 

City Hall

Council Chamber

8500 Santa Fe Drive


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  • Mayor Carl R. Gerlach
  • Council President Skubal
  • Councilmembers:

  • Collins
  • Goodman
  • Happer Scheier
  • Janson
  • Kite
  • Lyons
  • Skoog
  • Spears
  • Stock
  • Thompson
  • White
  •        

    Pledge of Allegiance


    Public Hearing


    PUB-1

    Proposed Comprehensive Bicycle Plan - To address existing and future needs of the City's transportation infrastructure with respect to bicycle accommodations. (Continued from the March 2, 2015, Council Meeting.)
     

    Mayor Carl R. Gerlach


    MAY-1

    Oath of Office - Councilmembers.
     

    MAY-2

    New Appointment to the Civil Service Commission:
     
    •  Gregg Gehrig - Term 1-06-15 to 1-06-18
     

    MAY-3

    New Appointments to the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Citizens Advisory Committee - Term 1-01-15 to 1-01-16:
     
    •  Ashley Bieck 
    •  Nicholas Czarnecki
    •  Gregg Gehrig
    •  Zachary Luea
     

    MAY-4

    Reappointments to the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Citizens Advisory Committee - Term 1-01-15 to 1-01-16:
     
    • Patrick Davis 
    •  Kathy S. Flentie
    •  Martha Kidd
    •  Coleen Oberle
    •  Barbara Olberding
    •  Laura Reschke
    •  Vincent Sabia
    •  Kenneth Schaefer
    •  Cyndi Van Hengel
    •  Kenneth Williams
    •  Nicole Wilson
    •  Patricia Zerrer
     

    MAY-5

    Appointment of Chair and Cochair - Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Citizens Advisory Committee - Term 1-01-15 to 1-01-16:
     
    •  Barbara Olberding, Chair
    •  Patrick Davis, Cochair
     

    MAY-6

    Reappointments to the Citizens Advisory Council on Parks and Recreation:
     
    •  Bev White - Term 2-01-15 to 2-01-17
    •  Don Russell - Term 2-01-15 to 2-01-17
    •  Robert Bens - Term 2-01-15 to 2-01-17
     

    MAY-7

     Reappointments to the Fair Housing Committee:
     
    •  Ananias Washington - Term 3-03-15 to 3-03-17
    •  Vincent Sabia - Term 3-03-15 to 3-03-17

    City Manager Bill Ebel


    CONSENT AGENDA


    Finance, Administration and Economic Development


    Staff Items


    FAC-S1

    Council Minutes - January 12 and March 2, 2015.
     

    FAC-S2

    Expenditure Ordinance No. 3A - Outlining the expenditures from the General Operating Fund for February 25 through March 10, 2015.
     

    FAC-S3

    Accounts Payable Automation Expenditure Ordinance No. 3A - Outlining the expenditures from the General Operating Fund for February 25 through March 10, 2015.
     

    FAC-S4

    Expenditure Ordinance No. 3B - Outlining the expenditures from the General Operating Fund for March 11 through March 24, 2015.
     

    FAC-S5

    Capital Projects Expenditure Ordinance No. 3C - Outlining the expenditures from the Capital Projects Fund for March 12 through March 18, 2015.
     

    FAC-S6

    Capital Projects Expenditure Ordinance No. 3D - Outlining the expenditures from the Capital Projects Fund for March 19 through March 25, 2015.
     

    FAC-S7

    Capital Projects Expenditure Ordinance No. 4A - Outlining the expenditures from the Capital Projects Fund for March 26 through April 1, 2015.
     

    FAC-S8

    Capital Projects Expenditure Ordinance No. 4B - Outlining the expenditures from the Capital Projects Fund for April 2 through April 8, 2015.

    Public Safety


    Committee Items


    PSC-C1

    Waive Bid Process and Authorize Purchase - Dick Smith Ford using the Mid America Council of Public Procurement (MACPP) Cooperative Purchasing Bid for the purchase of a 2016 Ford F-350 Super Crew, 4x4 pickup truck in amount of $38,132.
     
     

    PSC-C2

    Request Use of Forfeiture Funds  - For the purchase of physical fitness equipment for Myron E. Scafe and W. Jack Sanders police facilities in an amount not to exceed $21,000.
     
     

    PSC-C3

    Request Use of Forfeiture Funds  - International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) "Leadership in Police Organizations" supervisory staff training in an amount not to exceed $50,000.
     
     

    PSC-C4

    Request Use of Forfeiture Funds  - For the purchase of 32 iPad mobile devices for the police Investigations division in the amount of $19,456.
     
     

    PSC-C5

    Request Use of Forfeiture Funds  - For the purchase of eight (8) ballistic shields for the patrol traffic, safety and community policing units in an amount not to exceed $14,000. 
     
     

    PSC-C6

    Request Use of Forfeiture Funds  - For payment of membership and other related costs for the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc., in an amount not of $17,254.27 
     

    Community Development


    Committee Items


    CDC-C1

    Request for Grant Funding - Overland Park Historical Society to assist in establishing a Heritage Center in the Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center, to provide an annual grant of $50,000, for 2016 and at least four years beyond, with caveats for cancellation for cause or in accordance with Kansas Cash Basis law.
     
     

    CDC-C2

    Authorization to Enter into Contract - Athco, L.L.C., for Playground Structure and Installation at Roe Park, 105th Street and Roe. (The amount allocated for the playground structure is $250,000 and will be paid for with funds budgeted in the Capital Improvements Program for the Roe Park Enhancement project .)
     
     

    CDC-C3

    Authorization to Enter into Contract - Athco, L.L.C., for the installation of replacement playground structures at Indian Creek Recreation Center, 103rd Street and Conser; Westbrook Park, 89th Street and Goddard; and Brown Park, 47th Street and Hadley, in the amount of $130,000 to be funded by Special Parks and Recreation Funds.  
     
     
     

    CDC-C4

    Emerald Ash Borer Action Plan. 
     

    Public Works


    Committee Items


    PWC-C1

    Waive Bid Process and Authorize Purchase - Mid American Signal, Inc., for the purchase of the Wavetronix radar detection systems for two intersections in the City, in the amount of $39,432.
     

    Staff Items


    PWC-S1

    Ordinance No. CON-3076 - Authorizing and providing for the acquisition of lands or interests therein by condemnation for the construction of a flood control project along Tributary 1 of Indian Creek in the vicinity of 103rd Street and Rosewood in the City.


    Regular Agenda


    Finance, Administration and Economic Development


    Committee Report


    Terry Goodman, Chair
    Paul Lyons, Vice Chair; Dave Janson; Dan Stock; John H. Thompson; David W. White



    Staff Report


    Deputy City Manager
    Kristy Cannon Stallings


    FAR-S1

     Resolution No. 4131 - Declaring the intent of the City to issue Federally Taxable Private Activity Revenue Bonds in the principal amount not to exceed $15,150,000 for the purpose of financing the acquisition, construction, equipping and furnishing of a mixed-use multifamily housing facility and related improvements. (Crossroads 80 Project)
     
     

    FAR-S2

    Resolution No. 4132 - Providing for the notice of a public hearing to consider adding area to a redevelopment district within the City, generally located on the northeast and southeast corners of 95th Street and Metcalf. (Central Square Redevelopment TIF Project) 

     

     

    Public Safety


    Committee Report


    Dave Janson, Chair
    Dan Stock, Vice Chair; Jim Kite; Curt Skoog; John Skubal; Fred Spears



    Staff Report


    Chief of Police
    Frank Donchez



    Fire Chief
    Bryan Dehner



    Community Development


    Committee Report


    Terry Happer Scheier, Chair
    Curt Skoog, Vice Chair; Richard Collins; Terry Goodman; John H. Thompson; David W. White


    CDR-C1

    Authorization to Enter into Site License Agreement - Kansas City Power and Light Company to provide and install electric vehicle charging stations at multiple City facilities.  (Continued from the March 16, 2015, Council meeting)
     

    Staff Report


    Dir., Planning & Dev. Services
    Jack Messer


    Director, Parks Services
    Greg Ruether


    CDR-S1

    Bid Tabulation - Compact Rubber Tracked Steer Loader.
     

    Director, Recreation Services
    Tony Cosby



    Public Works


    Committee Report


    Fred Spears, Chair
    Richard Collins, Vice Chair; Terry Happer Scheier; Jim Kite; Paul Lyons; John Skubal


    PWR-C1

     Request for Sidewalk Variance - Village Presbyterian Church Children and Family Development Center, 9900 Mission, for a sidewalk variance from City standards requiring a sidewalk along 99th Street.

     

     

    Staff Report


    Director, Public Works
    Anthony Hofmann


    PWR-S1

    Agreement - City of Leawood, for the public improvement of Nall,  from College Boulevard/111th Street to 119th Street, in the estimated cost of $950,400. [Johnson County Assistance Road System (CARS) funding will pay up to $440,000 and the remaining cost will be split between Leawood and Overland Park in the estimated amount of $255,200 each.]
     
     

    PWR-S2

    Agreement - City of Merriam, for the public improvement of Antioch, from 67th Street to 75th Street, in the estimated amount of $1,262,000. [Johnson County Assistance Road System (CARS) funding will pay up to $334,000 and the remaining cost  will be split between Overland Park and Merriam. Merriam's cost is estimated to be $403,500 and Overland Park 's estimated cost is $524,500.]
     


    Recommendations From The Planning Commission


    Planning Commission Consent Agenda


    Dir., Planning & Dev. Services

    Jack Messer


    PCC-1

    Special Event Permit No. 2015-100 - 8004 Foster. A special event permit is requested to allow a home brew festival on September 19, 2015. Application made by Kevin Combs, representing Brew Lab.
     
     

    PCC-2

    Special Event Permit No. 2015-154 - 12345 College Boulevard. A special event permit is requested to allow various events and detached signage at Johnson County Community College for 2015. Application made by Johnson County Community College.
     
     

    PCC-3

    Special Event Permit No. 2015-176 - 9095 Metcalf. A special event permit is requested to allow a car show from May 1 through October 31, 2015. Application made by Mike Day, representing Longbranch Saloon.
     
     

    PCC-4

    Acceptance of Right-of-Way - Final Plat No. 2015-6 - Mission Ranch, First Plat, vicinity of 157th Street and Mission. Application made by Mission Road Partners, L.L.C. The Planning Commission approved this item on March 9, 2015, by a vote of 7 to 0 to 2.
     
     

    PCC-5

    Revised Preliminary Plan No. 2014-33 - Overland Park XChange, vicinity of the northeast corner of 115th Street and Metcalf. Application made by Occidental Management. The Planning Commission approved this item on March 9, 2015, by a vote of 9 to 0.
     
    • Map - Site Plans
    • Map - Landscape Plans
    • Map - Exterior Elevations
     

    PCC-6

    Revised Preliminary Plan No. 2014-37 - Metcalf Self-Storage, vicinity of the southeast corner of 153rd Street and Metcalf. Application made by Metcalf Equities, L.L.C. The Planning Commission approved this item on March 9, 2015, by a vote of 9 to 0.
     
     

    PCC-7

    Revised Preliminary Plan No. 2015-2 - Town Square, vicinity of the northwest corner of 135th Street and Grant. Application made by LifeChurch.TV. The Planning Commission approved this item on March 9, 2015, by a vote of 9 to 0.
     
     

    PCC-8

    Final Development Plan No. 2015-16 - Overland Park Regional Medical Center, 12301 West 106th Street. Application made by Overland Park Regional Medical Center. The Planning Commission approved this item on March 9, 2015, by a vote of 7 to 0 to 2.
     
     

    PCC-9

    Final Development Plan No. 2015-21 - Bluhawk Marketplace Building 1A and 1B, vicinity of the southeast corner of 159th Street and Antioch. Application made by Price Brothers. The Planning Commission approved this item on March 9, 2015, by a vote of 7 to 0 to 2.
     
     

    PCC-10

    Downtown Form District (DFD) Certificate of Conformity No. 2015-19 - Nexus IT Group, 7512 West 80th Street. Application made by Retouch Design Build Renovate. The Planning Commission approved this item on March 9, 2015, by a vote of 9 to 0.
     
     

    PCC-11

    Special Use Permit No. 2015-1 - 10021 West 75th Street. A special use permit is requested for a two-year period of time to allow the renewal of a floor and furniture store. This property is currently zoned M-1, Industrial Park District. Application made by Sea Holdings, L.L.C. The Planning Commission approved this item for a two-year period of time on March 9, 2015, by a vote of 9 to 0.
     
     

    PCC-12

    Special Use Permit No. 2015-2 - 12501 Quivira. A special use permit is requested for a five-year period of time to allow the renewal of a drinking establishment. This property is currently zoned R-1, Single-Family Residential District. Application made by MGMCO, Inc. The Planning Commission approved this item for a five-year period of time on March 9, 2015, by a vote of 9 to 0.
     
     

    PCC-13

    Special Use Permit No. 2015-3 - 12751 West 127th Street. A special use permit is requested for a five-year period of time to allow the renewal of a drinking establishment. This property is currently zoned R-1, Single-Family Residential District. Application made by MGMCO, Inc. The Planning Commission approved this item for a five-year period of time on March 9, 2015, by a vote of 9 to 0.
     
     

    PCC-14

    Special Use Permit No. 2015-4 - 8311 West 93rd Street. A special use permit is requested for a ten-year period of time to allow the renewal of a communication tower. This property is currently zoned R-1, Single-Family Residential District. Application made by Telecom Realty Consultants, L.L.C. The Planning Commission approved this item for a ten-year period of time on March 9, 2015, by a vote of 9 to 0.
     
     

    PCC-15

    Special Use Permit No. 2015-6 - 7465 West 161st Street. A special use permit is requested for a two-year period of time to allow a teaching facility as a temporary commercial use in an industrial district. This property is currently zoned PEC-3J, Planned Research Development and Light Industrial District, Johnson County. Application made by Music House, L.L.C. The Planning Commission approved this item for a two-year period of time on March 9, 2015, by a vote of 9 to 0.
     
     

    PCC-16

    Unified Development Ordinance Amendment No. 2015-4
    - Amendments to Sections 18.260.050 and 18.270.050 of the Unified Development Ordinance, pertaining to drive-thru service. Application made by the City of Overland Park. The Planning Commission approved this item on March 9, 2015, by a vote of 9 to 0.
     

    Planning Commission Regular Agenda


    Dir., Planning & Dev. Services

    Jack Messer


    PCR-1

    Special Event Permit No. 2015-177 - 13300 Grandview. A special event permit is requested to allow six Fast Friday events in 2015. Application made by Chad Dearth, representing KC Trends.
     
     

    PCR-2

    Final Development Plan No. 2015-45 - Hawthorne Plaza Container Store, 4701 West 119th Street. Application made by Hawthorne Plaza, L.L.C.
     


    Old Business



    New Business


    Director, Law/City Attorney

    Michael R. Santos


    NEW-1

    Executive Session - For the purpose of discussing matters subject to the attorney-client privilege relating to legal issues concerning K.S.A. 12-1770, et seq., as amended, the Kansas Tax Increment Financing Act.



    Adjournment