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CITY COUNCIL ACTION LETTER Thursday, December 6, 2012

REGULAR SESSION NO. 14

6:18 P.M.  Mayor Rhoads called Regular Session No.14 to order.

Invocation – Mayor Rhoads

Roll Call –
Councilmember Rob Binney            Present        Councilmember Kathy Hofmann         Present
Councilmember Dave Mosby          Present        Mayor Pro-Tem Allan Gray                Present
Councilmember Derek Holland        Present          Councilmember Ed Cockrell             Present
Councilmember Brian Whitley         Absent         Councilmember Bob Johnson             Present

City Manager Steve Arbo, City Attorney Teresa Williams and City Clerk Denise Chisum were also present.

APPROVAL OF AGENDA:  On motion of Councilmember Hofmann, second by Councilmember Mosby, the Council voted unanimously (Councilmember Whitley “Absent”) to approve the published agenda.

1.    PUBLIC COMMENTS:    There were no Public Comments.

2.    COUNCIL COMMENTS:    There were no Council Comments.

3.    APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:
COUNCIL ACTION:  On motion of Mayor Pro Tem Gray, second by Councilmember Hofmann, the Council voted unanimously (Councilmember Whitley “Absent”) to approve the Consent Agenda as follows:

A.    Mayor’s Appointments: Health Care Foundation Community Advisory Committee:  Appoint Dee Ann Bowles, to replace Alan Flory, term to expire 12-31-15.

B.    Mayor Pro Tempore’s Appointments: Appoint Councilmember Kathy Hofmann (District 1) to replace Councilmember Derek Holland (District 3) as the City Council liaison to the Lee's Summit Housing Authority.

C.    FINANCE COMMITTEE:
NOTE:  The following item was considered by the Finance Committee on November 20, 2012.
1)    Dual award of Bid No. 2013-022 for a one-year contract with two possible one-year contract renewals for Service & Maintenance on Generators for various City Departments to Clifford Power Systems.
2)    Dual award of Bid No. 2013-022 for a one-year contract with two possible one-year contract renewals for Service & Maintenance on Generators for various City Departments to Central Power Systems & Services.
3)    Award of Bid No. 2013-011 for a one-year contract with two possible one-year contract renewals for Rock for various City departments to Hunt Martin Materials Corp.
4)    Recommendation to Award RFP # 2013-024 for a one year period with four possible one year renewal options for Financial Advisory Services for the Finance Division to Springsted Incorporated based on overall capabilities and ability to meet the City requirements.

D.    PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE:
NOTE:  The following item was considered by the Public Works Committee on November 20, 2012.
1)    Approval of Modification No. 4 to the design contract with Bartlett & West (RFQ No. 08-080-2) for the 16th Street stormwater project with a fee increase of $31,270 for a revised contract amount of $769,430.
2)    Approval of Modification No.  7 to the design contract with Delich, Roth & Goodwillie (RFQ No. 08-080-3) for the Braeside Park stormwater project with a fee increase of $31,240 for a revised contract amount of $1,071,387.50.
3)    Approval of Modification No. 8 to the design contract with Delich, Roth & Goodwillie (RFQ No. 08-080-3) for the Robin Hills stormwater project with a fee increase of $31,556 for a revised contract amount of $1,102,943.50.

E.    POLICE DEPARTMENT:
1)    Approval for the change in location for Summit Spirits from 579 SE Melody Lane to 543 SE Melody Lane. 
2)    Approval of Type S liquor license for Logan's The Bar, 428 SW Ward Road.
3)    Approval of Type C1 liquor license for Turk's Fish and Chicken, 1196 NE Douglas Street.
4)    Approval of Type S liquor license for American Garage, 1 SE 4th Street.
5)    Approval of Type S liquor license for Doc’s Tavern, 543 SE Melody Lane.

4.    ORDINANCES:

A.    BILL NO. 12-133  AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A SPECIAL USE PERMIT FOR VEHICLE SALES IN DISTRICT CP-2 ON LAND LOCATED AT 520 SW 3RD STREET FOR A TERM OF FIVE YEARS, ALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 10 WITHIN THE UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE FOR THE CITY OF LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI, AND RESCINDING ORDINANCE NO. 7100 AND THE SPECIAL USE PERMIT GRANTED THEREUNDER. (Appl. #12-099)
COUNCIL ACTION:  On motion of Councilmember Hofmann, second by Mayor Pro Tem Gray, the Council voted 5 “Aye”, 2 “No” (Councilmembers Binney and Cockrell), 1 “Absent” (Councilmember Whitley) to approve and numbered ORDINANCE NO. 7263.

B.    BILL NO. 12-134 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO THE BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2013, AS ADOPTED BY ORDINANCE NO. 7198, BY REVISING THE AUTHORIZED BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE GENERAL FUND OF THE CITY OF LEE’S SUMMIT, MISSOURI.  (FC 11-20-12)
COUNCIL ACTION:  On motion of Councilmember Binney, second by Mayor Pro Tem Gray, the Council voted 5 “Aye”, 2 “No” (Councilmembers Cockrell and Johnson), 1 “Absent” (Councilmember Whitley) to approve and numbered ORDINANCE NO. 7264.

C.    BILL NO. 12-135  AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE CITY OF LEE'S SUMMIT AND B.M.W. COMMUNITIES, INC FOR UPGRADED STREET LIGHTING AT HIGHLAND MEADOWS 2ND PLAT, SUBDIVISION. (PWC 11-20-12)
COUNCIL ACTION:  On motion of Councilmember Mosby, second by Mayor Pro Tem Gray, the Council voted unanimously (Councilmember Whitley “Absent”) to approve and numbered ORDINANCE NO. 7265.

Senator Will Kraus spoke briefly and told the Council that he appreciates the working relationship he has with the City and the opportunity to continue to work with the Council and staff.  Councilmember Cockrell asked Senator Kraus about Missouri’s plan for the “No Tax” Ads for Kansas and Missouri’s plan.  Senator Kraus stated Missouri is working on a plan at this time.

Mayor Rhoads recognized two groups of Boy Scouts (Troops 195 and 366) that were in attendance.

5.    PRESENTATIONS:

A.    Performance Excellence process/progress.
COUNCIL ACTION:  No Council Action required.

6.    PUBLIC HEARINGS:

A.    ZONING to establish a PMIX (Planned Mixed Use) zoning district on newly annexed land owned by Unity Village, south of Colbern Road and east of M-350 Highway; City of Lee’s Summit, applicant. (Appl. #12-124)
COUNCIL ACTION:  On motion of Councilmember Cockrell, second by Councilmember Hofmann, the Council voted 3 “Aye” (Councilmembers Cockrell, Hofmann and Holland), 4”No” (Councilmembers Binney, Mosby, Gray and Johnson), 1 “Absent” (Councilmember Whitley) to remand this hearing to the Community and Economic Development Committee for further discussion and specificity for a master plan.  MOTION FAILED.

On motion of Councilmember Binney, second by Councilmember Mosby, the Council voted 5 “Aye”, 2 “No” (Councilmembers Cockrell and Hofmann), 1 “Absent” (Councilmember Whitley) to direct staff to DRAFT AN ORDINANCE approving Application #PL2012-124 - ZONING to establish a PMIX (Planned Mixed Use) zoning district on newly annexed land owned by Unity School of Christianity, south of Colbern Road and east of M-350 Highway; City of Lee's Summit, applicant.

B.    PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN – Hearthview at New Longview Apartments; Brookview Properties II, LLC, applicant. (Appl. #12-046)
(Note:  This application was continued from the July 19, August 16, September 6, and October 6, 2012, City Council meetings per the applicant’s request.)
COUNCIL ACTION:  On motion of Councilmember Binney, second by Mayor Pro Tem Gray, the Council voted unanimously (Councilmember Whitley “Absent”) to direct staff to DRAFT AN ORDINANCE approving Application #PL2012-046 PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN - Hearthview at New Longview Apartments; Brookview Properties, II, LLC, applicant, subject to staff's letter dated November 28, 2012, recommendation Items 1-3, amending Items 1 and 3, so that the conditions read as follows: 
1.    Development shall be in accordance with the preliminary development plan date stamped May 23, 2012, and revised site plan date stamped June 29, 2012.
2.    Development standards, including density, lot area, setbacks, building separation, and impervious coverage shall be as shown on the plan. Minimum building setbacks less than the standard 20' shall be allowed as follows: 0' from Tower Park Drive, 5' from Kessler Drive, 18' from Longview Road (to the west of the project).
3.    Parking shall meet the UDO requirement as shown on the revised site plan date stamped June 29, 2012.

C.    PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN - Raintree Animal Health Center, 3820 SW Ward Road; Keith and Kim Placke, applicant. (Appl. #12-108)
COUNCIL ACTION:  On motion of Councilmember Johnson, second by Councilmember Mosby, the Council voted 5 “Aye”,  2 “No” (Councilmembers Cockrell and Hofmann), 1 “Absent” (Councilmember Whitley) to direct staff to DRAFT AN ORDINANCE approving Application #PL2012-108 PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN - Raintree Animal Health Center, 3820 SW Ward Road; Keith and Kim Placke, applicant, subject to staff's letter dated November 28, 2012, recommendation Items 1& 2.

D.    Amendment #44 to the UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE (UDO) - Articles 13 and 15, amending regulations regarding digital billboards; City of Lee’s Summit, applicant.  (Appl. #12-133)
(Note: This application was continued from the November 15, 2012 City Council meeting per the applicant’s request and has been requested for CONTINUANCE to the DECEMBER 20, 2012, Council meeting.)
COUNCIL ACTION:  On motion of Councilmember Hofmann, second by Councilmember Mosby, the Council voted unanimously (Councilmember Whitley “Absent”) to CONTINUE this Public Hearing to a date certain of December 20, 2012, per the applicant’s request.

7.    OTHER BUSINESS:

A.    BILL NO. 12-136  AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN ON LAND LOCATED AT 3820 SW WARD ROAD, IN DISTRICT CP-2, PROPOSED RAINTREE ANIMAL HEALTH CENTER, ALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE, NO. 5209, FOR THE CITY OF LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI. (Appl. #12-108)
COUNCIL ACTION:  On motion of Councilmember Johnson, second by Mayor Pro Tem Gray, the Council voted 5 “Aye”, 2 “No” (Councilmembers Cockrell and Hofmann), 1 “Absent” (Councilmember Whitley) to approve and numbered ORDINANCE NO. 7266.

B.    Summit Woods:

1)    BILL NO. 12-137  AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE FIRST AMENDMENT TO THE I-470 AND 350 HIGHWAY TAX INCREMENT FINANCING PLAN.
COUNCIL ACTION:  On motion of Councilmember Cockrell, second by Mayor Pro Tem Gray, the Council voted unanimously (Councilmember Whitley “Absent”) to approve and numbered ORDINANCE NO. 7267.

2)    BILL NO. 12-138  AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE THIRD AMENDMENT TO FIRST AMENDED AND RESTATED TAX INCREMENT FINANCING CONTRACT BETWEEN SUMMITWOODS SPE, LLC AND THE CITY OF LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI. 
COUNCIL ACTION:  On motion of Mayor Pro Tem Gray, second by Councilmember Binney, the Council voted unanimously (Councilmember Whitley “Absent”) to approve and numbered ORDINANCE NO. 7268.

3)    BILL NO. 12-139  AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE FIRST SUPPLEMENTAL TRUST INDENTURE RELATING TO THE TAX INCREMENT REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 2001 (SUMMIT WOODS CROSSING), ISSUED BY THE CITY OF LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI. 
COUNCIL ACTION:  On motion of Councilmember Holland, second by Councilmember Mosby, the Council voted unanimously (Councilmember Whitley “Absent”) to approve and numbered ORDINANCE NO. 7269.

C.    Authorization for the City Manager to Enter Into a Labor Agreement with the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 2195.
COUNCIL ACTION:  On motion of Councilmember Cockrell, second by Mayor Pro Tem Gray, the Council voted unanimously (Councilmember Whitley “Absent”) to authorize the City Manager to Enter Into a Labor Agreement with the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 2195.

8.    COMMITTEE REPORTS:  

•    Councilmember Johnson advised the ENR Committee discussed the City’s Sustainability Plan. The Committee meets again on January 7, 2013, and will continue discussion.

•    Councilmember Gray requested a consensus from the Council for the CEDC Committee to review a Master Plan and design standards for the area recently annexed from Unity Village School of Christianity.  There were no objections from the Council.  Mr. Arbo talked with the developer and they were in agreement with the need for a master plan, which would be a positive marketing tool. 

•    Councilmember Binney noted the CEDC met recently and discussed design standards for downtown, which will be presented to the Planning Commission and the Council.  They discussed chickens and directed Staff to draft an ordinance permitting chickens.  Also discussed was the placement of donation bins around the city. 

•    Councilmember Holland announced that the Ad Hoc Committee on CIP projects completed their work this week and will be preparing a report for the full Council.  He commended Staff and the Committee members who spent a lot of hours to bring forth some good recommendations.  Councilmember Cockrell requested the report be distributed to Mayor and Council prior to the Council retreat. 

•    Councilmember Holland also informed the Council that the Intergovernmental and Legislative Committee will be meeting on December 11th at 3:30 p.m. to create legislative agendas and ideas for State and Federal.  He encouraged Mayor and Council to submit any suggestions. 

9.    COUNCIL ROUNDTABLE:   

•    Councilmember Holland would like the City to look at a “Use Tax”, due to the Missouri Supreme Court ruling that removed cities’ ability to collect sales tax on vehicles purchased out of state, which places Missouri municipalities at a competitive disadvantage.  He asked that the appropriate committee review further.

•    Councilmember Binney would like more information on the Springsted study. Mr. Arbo will place a presentation on the December 20th agenda.

•    Councilmember Binney also questioned the status of the Economic Enterprise Zones.  Mr. Arbo advised a resolution will be on the December 20th agenda and appointments could be made at the following meeting.

•    Councilmember Gray advised the Lee’s Summit Symphony will be performing this Saturday.  He also recognized Staff and their support of the City Council.   He also commended Mayor Rhoads on his commitment to the City, specifically because he was missing his grandson’s outstanding basketball game.

10.    STAFF ROUNDTABLE:   
 
•    Mr. Arbo noted that Conrad Lamb became a grandfather for the 3rd time this evening and he stayed for the meeting in case he was needed.

ADJOURNMENT:  There being no further business, Mayor Rhoads ADJOURNED the December 6, 2012, Regular City Council meeting at 10:10 p.m.

10:10 P.M. CLOSED SESSION: 
On motion of Councilmember Binney, second by Councilmember Hofmann, the Council voted 6 “Aye”, 1 “No” (Councilmember Cockrell) and 1 “Absent” (Councilmember Whitley) by Roll Call Vote to hold a closed session pursuant to Section 610.021(13) of the Revised Statutes of the State of Missouri.
                               
Trisha Fowler
Deputy City Clerk                               


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