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City Council Action Letter, Thursday, July 7, 2016

City Council Action Letter, Thursday, July 7, 2016

The City of Lee's Summit
Action Letter
City Council - Regular Session

Thursday, July 7, 2016
6:15 PM
City Council Chambers City Hall
220 SE Green Street  Lee's Summit, MO 64063 (816) 969-1000
REGULAR SESSION NO. 5

CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Rhoads called Regular No. 5 to order at 7:15 pm.

INVOCATION
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 

ROLL CALL
Present:    8 -
Councilmember Rob Binney 
Councilmember Trish Carlyle 
Councilmember Phyllis Edson 
Councilmember Craig Faith 
Councilmember Diane Forte 
Councilmember Chris Moreno 
Councilmember Dave Mosby 
Councilmember Diane Seif

APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Prior to approval of the agenda, Mayor Rhoads commented on the discord among Councilmembers and urged the members to find a way to work together.

Councilmember Moreno thought there was some confusion about a motion from the last meeting regarding Mayor Pro Tem appointments. Mr. Head explained the Council passed a motion removing the Parks Board liaison from a previous list; however, the Council approved the list that was included in the packet, which included the Parks Board liaison. Mr. Moreno moved for reconsideration of Item 2016-0138.

Councilmember Forte read a statement in which she withdrew as liaison to the Parks Board. Mr. Head noted there is now a vacancy in this position and the Mayor Pro-Tem can make a new appointment.

Mayor Rhoads advised the June 16, 2016 Action Letter will be removed from the Consent Agenda and reconsidered on July 14th after amendments are made.  He also advised there was a Substitute Bill No. 16-141 due to scrivenor's error.

On motion of Councilmember Binney, second by Councilmember Edson, the Council voted unanimously to approve the published agenda as amended.

1. PUBLIC COMMENTS:

Mr. and Mrs. Willis Clark asked Council to reconsider Council action from June 16, 2016, requiring them to remove their trash barrels from the alley behind their property on Market Street.

2. COUNCIL COMMENTS:

Mr. Head reminded Mayor Rhoads about combining the ENR (Environment and Natural Resources Committee) with the Public Works Committee. A bill was prepared but he was asking for Council consensus before presenting the bill for ordinance. Council reached a consensus to combine the two committees.

Councilmember Faith appreciated Councilmember Forte's comments and willingness to admit a mistake. He will not tolerate personal agendas but will consider all issues and make a decision based on facts. 

Councilmember Moreno stated this was about the purchasing process, not about Councilmember Forte.

3. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:

A. 2016-0335 Approval of Action Letters for June 2, June 16 and June 23, 2016.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Binney, seconded by Councilmember Forte, that the Action Letters for June 2 and June 23, 2016 be approved as part of the consent agenda. The motion carried by a unanimous vote.

B. 2016-0323 Mayor's Appointments:

Historic Preservation Commission: Appoint Amberlynn Isaacs, Martin Owens, and reappoint Rick Wasson terms to expire 5-01-20.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Binney, seconded by Councilmember Forte, that the Mayor's Appointments be approved as part of the Consent Agenda. The motion carried by a unanimous  vote.

C. 2016-0310 New Managing Officer for Noodles & Co.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Binney, seconded by Councilmember Forte, that this Liquor License be approved as part of the Consent Agenda. The motion carried by a unanimous vote.

4. PROPOSED ORDINANCES:

A. BILL NO.   16-132
AN ORDINANCE VACATING A CERTAIN EASEMENT LOCATED WITHIN THE PLAT ENTITLED “LOWE’S ADDITION,” IN THE CITY OF LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Mosby, seconded by Councilmember Binney, that Bill No. 16-132 be adopted and numbered Ord. No. 7906. The motion carried by the following vote:

Aye:    8 -
Councilmember Binney 
Councilmember Carlyle 
Councilmember Edson 
Councilmember Faith 
Councilmember Forte 
Councilmember Moreno 
Councilmember Mosby 
Councilmember Seif

Enactment No: Ord. No. 7924

B. BILL NO.   16-133
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN SILVERSTONE DEVELOPMENT, LLC AND THE CITY OF LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI, FOR THE MONTICELLO SUBDIVISION DEVELOPMENT.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Moreno, seconded by Councilmember Seif, that Bill No. 16-133 be adopted and numbered Ord. No. 7908. The motion carried by the following vote:

Aye:    8 -
Councilmember Binney 
Councilmember Carlyle 
Councilmember Edson 
Councilmember Faith 
Councilmember Forte 
Councilmember Moreno 
Councilmember Mosby 
Councilmember Seif

Enactment No: Ord. No. 7925

C. BILL NO.   16-134
AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING FINAL PLAT ENTITLED “MONTICELLO 1ST PLAT, LOTS 1-32 & TRACTS A-C”, AS A SUBDIVISION TO THE CITY OF LEE’S SUMMIT, MISSOURI.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Binney, seconded by Councilmember Seif, that Bill No. 16-134 be adopted and numbered Ord. No. 7909. The motion carried by the following vote:

Aye:    8 -
Councilmember Binney 
Councilmember Carlyle 
Councilmember Edson 
Councilmember Faith 
Councilmember Forte 
Councilmember Moreno 
Councilmember Mosby 
Councilmember Seif

Enactment No: Ord. No. 7926

D. BILL NO.   16-135
AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE AWARD OF BID NO. 79801-12C FOR THE ROBIN HILLS STORMWATER IMPROVEMENTS TO V.F. ANDERSON BUILDERS LLC AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT FOR THE SAME IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,100,550.00.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Seif, seconded by Councilmember   Binney, that Bill No. 16-135 be adopted and numbered Ord. No. 7910. The motion carried by the following vote:

Aye:    8 -
Councilmember Binney 
Councilmember Carlyle 
Councilmember Edson 
Councilmember Faith 
Councilmember Forte 
Councilmember Moreno 
Councilmember Mosby 
Councilmember Seif

Enactment No: Ord. No. 7927

E. BILL NO.   16-136
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN HIGHLAND MEADOWS DEVELOPERS, LLC AND THE CITY OF LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI, FOR HIGHLAND MEADOWS, 4TH PLAT  DEVELOPMENT.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Edson, seconded by Councilmember Seif, that Bill No. 16-136 be adopted and numbered Ord. No. 7911. The motion carried by the following vote:

Aye:    8 -
Councilmember Binney 
Councilmember Carlyle 
Councilmember Edson 
Councilmember Faith 
Councilmember Forte 
Councilmember Moreno 
Councilmember Mosby 
Councilmember Seif

Enactment No: Ord. No. 7928

5. RESOLUTIONS:

A. RES. NO.   16-15
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO APPOINT SUCCESSOR DIRECTORS TO THE HIGHWAY 50 & TODD GEORGE COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT  DISTRICT.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Binney, seconded by Councilmember Forte, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by a unanimous vote.

B. RES. NO.   16-16
A RESOLUTION ACKNOWLEDGING, SUPPORTING, AND PROMOTING THE FIRST SUBURBS COALITION, KC COMMUNITIES FOR ALL AGES, AND MID-AMERICA REGIONAL COUNCIL'S COMMUNITIES FOR ALL AGES INITIATIVE AND RECOGNITION PROGRAM.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Forte, seconded by Councilmember Carlyle, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by a unanimous vote.

6. PRESENTATIONS:

A. 2016-0326 Presentation of the Water Utilities Facility
Mr. Mark Schaufler, Director of Water Utilities, and Mr. Jeff Thorn, Assistant Director of Engineering Services, reviewed plans for construction of the new Water Utilities facility, to be located on Hamblen Road.

B. 2016-0333 A Presentation from the Lee's Summit Health Education Advisory Board regarding 'Tobacco 21' and increasing the legal age to buy tobacco from age 18 to 21.
ACTION: On motion made by Councilmember Seif, seconded by Councilmember Edson, the Council voted 6 "Aye", 2 "No" (Councilmembers Mosby and Moreno), to direct staff  to work with the Health Education Advisory Board (HEAB) and prepare an ordinance for Tobacco 21 for City Council  consideration.

7. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Sworn):

A. 2016-0194 CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING - Appl. #PL2016-053 - PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN - telecommunication tower, 244 NW Executive Way; Selective Site Consultants, Inc., applicant.

Mayor Rhoads closed the regular session and opened the public hearing at 9:23 p.m.

The attorney for the applicant was present to answer questions.

Hearing no further testimony, Mayor Rhoads closed the public hearing at 9:35 p.m. and reconvened the regular session.

Councilmember Faith questioned the set back and potential for ice to fall from the tower. 

Councilmember Forte asked if the Council could require the applicant to make the pole look like a tree, as she has seen in other areas.

Mr. Trevor Stiles, Chief of Litigation, replied the law states the Council can regulate but the regulation must be reasonable.

ACTION: Motion was made by Councilmember Faith, seconded by Councilmember Moreno, that Staff be directed to prepare a written DENIAL of Appl. #PL2016-053 - PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN - telecommunication tower, 244 NW Executive Way; Selective Site Consultants, Inc., applicant, based on the setback. The motion carried by unanimous vote.

B. 2016-0195 CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING - Appl. #PL2016-054 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT- telecommunication tower, 244 NW Executive Way; Selective Site Consultants, Inc., applicant

Mayor Rhoads closed the regular session and opened the public hearing at 8:45 p.m. Hearing no testimony, he closed the public hearing at 8:41 p.m. and reopened the regular session.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Forte, seconded by Councilmember Faith, to direct Staff to prepare a written DENIAL of Appl. #PL2016054, Speical Use Permit for a telecommunication tower, 244 NW Executive Way; Selective Site Consultants, Inc., applicant, based on the setback. The motion carried by unanimous vote.

C. 2016-0118 PUBLIC HEARING - Appl. #PL2016-021 - VACATION OF RIGHT-OF-WAY - all of SE Oldham Ct. and a portion of SE Oldham Pkwy. located at its intersection with SE Oldham Ct.; City of Lee’s Summit, applicant

Mayor Rhoads closed the public hearing and opened the public hearing at 8:42 p.m.

Mr. Hector Soto, Jr., Planning Division Manager, entered Exhibits 1-19 into the record and explained this application was for a little over two acres, acquired by the City in 2002 and now deemed to be surplus property. As a condition of sale, the City committed to vacating the right-of-way, with the condition that a new easement will be provided for existing, private utility infrastructure.

Mayor Rhoads closed the public hearing at 8:44 p.m. and reconvened the regular session.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Forte, seconded by   Councilmember
Faith, to direct staff to PRESENT AN ORDINANCE approving Appl. #PL2016-021 - VACATION OF RIGHT-OF-WAY - all of SE Oldham Ct. and a portion of SE Oldham Pkwy. located at its intersection with SE Oldham Ct.; City of Lee’s Summit, applicant, subject to Condition #1.  The motion carried unanimously. (Councilmembers Mosby and Carlyle were "Away From Table")

D. 2016-0193 PUBLIC HEARING - Appl. #PL2016-066 - REZONING from CP-2 and PI to CS -700-708 SE Oldham Ct; City of Lee’s Summit, applicant

Mayor Rhoads closed the public hearing at 8:45 p.m. and opened the public hearing.

Mr. Hector Soto, Jr., Planning Division Manager, entered Exhibits 1-17 into the record. Rezoning of this 7.5 acres to a CS zoning would allow commercial development, instead of the industrial uses allowed under the current CP-2 and PI zonings.

Hearing no further testimony, Mayor Rhoads closed the public hearing at 8:47 p.m. and reconvened the regular session.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Binney, seconded by Councilmember Edson, to direct staff to PRESENT AN ORDINANCE approving Appl. #PL2016-066    - REZONING from CP-2 and PI to CS -700-708 SE Oldham Ct; City of Lee’s Summit, applicant. The motion carried by a vote of 7 "aye", 0 "no", 1 "away from the table" (Councilmember Mosby).

E. 2016-0302 PUBLIC HEARING - Appl. #PL2016-088 - PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN - QuikTrip, 120 SW M-150 Hwy; QuikTrip, applicant

Mayor Rhoads closed the regular session and opened the public hearing at 8:48 p.m.

Mr. Andrew Smith with Quik Trip represented the applicant. They plan to demolish the existing store and replace with a new Generation 3 store. He reviewed the modifications outlined in Staff's letter, which included modifications to the setback on Market Street; lighting; automatic door locks; trash enclosure doors; and, roof top screening. Additionally, they are proposing the southern entrance off Market Street be a right-in only access, with a full access point further north on Market.

Mr. Hector Soto, Jr., Planning Division Manager, entered Exhibits 1-20 into the record. Staff was in support of the modifications requested by the applicant.

In the absence of Mayor Rhoads, Mayor Pro-Tem Binney closed the public hearing at 10:08 p.m. and reconvened the regular session.

Councilmember Forte felt strongly about the right turn access. Mayor Rhoads now presiding.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Binney, seconded by Councilmember Forte, to direct staff to PRESENT AN ORDINANCE approving Appl. #PL2016-088 - PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN - QuikTrip, 120 SW M-150 Hwy; QuikTrip, applicant, subject to Staff's recommendations 1-5 and Item 7. The motion carried by unanimous vote.

F. 2016-0306 PUBLIC HEARING - Appl. #PL2016-084 - REZONING from CP-2 to PMIX and PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN - Lee’s Summit Senior Apartments, 110 SE Todd George Parkway; North Star Housing, LLC, applicant.

Mayor Rhoads closed the regular session and opened the public hearing at 10:11 p.m.

Mr. Andrew Danner presented his plan for development of a 55 and older housing project in an in-field area.  The Planning Commission recommended approval. As proposed, he felt this development would have a much lower impact on the area than the projects previously approved for this property.

Mr. Hector Soto, Jr., Planning Division Manager, entered Exhibits 1-21 into the record. This proposed development included approximately 2.6 acres and would be a four-story apartment complex with 72 units. Originally, the 2007 plans were for a shopping center with two buildings. The proposed plan would have a significantly less impact on parking and trip generation and would serve as a transitional use from single-family to commercial.

The existing floodplain would provide a 200-foot buffer for the residential uses and the existing tree stand on Park property would serve as a physical buffer. Staff was recommending approval, subject to Conditions 1-4.

A protest petition was filed but failed to meet the 30% land requirement.

The following citizens voiced their opposition to the proposed development: Brigett Duet, 204 SE Brownfield Drive; Paul Hesberger, 212 SE Brownfield Drive; Glenda Clark, 208 SE Brownfield Drive; Larry Wright, 1623 SE Brome; Brian Smedley, 210 SE Brownfield Drive; Gina Shelton, 214 SE Brownfield Drive; Milly Leader, 205 SE Brownfield Drive; and, ingrid Hesberger, 212 SE Brownfield Drive.  Their concerns included the height of the structure, traffic, too much structure on a small lot; blocking walking path; lack of privacy; reduced property values; additional noise; and, flooding issues.

Hearing no further testimony, Mayor Rhoads closed the public hearing at 11:45 p.m.

Councilmember Moreno was concerned about the four stories and the possibility of renting to other than those over 55 years. Councilmember Forte thought the project was good but not the location. Councilmember Faith had public safety concerns. Councilmember Binney was glad to hear the residents were enjoying the walking trails; however, he agreed with the comments regarding water problems.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Moreno, seconded by Councilmember Mosby, that Appl. #PL2016-084 - REZONING from CP-2 to PMIX and PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN - Lee’s Summit Senior Apartments, 110 SE Todd George Parkway; North Star Housing, LLC, applicant, be denied. The motion carried by a unanimous vote.

8. OTHER BUSINESS:

A. CONT'D BILL   NO. 16-119
AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN ON LAND LOCATED AT 244 NW EXECUTIVE WAY, TELECOMMUNICATION TOWER, ALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE, NO. 5209, FOR THE CITY OF LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI.

ACTION: Due to the denial of this application during the Public Hearing, this proposed bill was withdrawn.

B. CONT'D BILL   NO. 16-120
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A SPECIAL USE PERMIT FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS TOWER IN DISTRICT PO ON LAND LOCATED AT 244 NW EXECUTIVE WAY, ALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 10 WITHIN THE UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE, FOR THE CITY OF LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI.

ACTION: Due to the denial of this application during the Public Hearing, this proposed bill was withdrawn.

C. BILL NO.   16-137
AN ORDINANCE VACATING DEDICATED RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR ALL OF SE OLDHAM COURT AND A PORTION OF SE OLDHAM PARKWAY LOCATED AT ITS INTERSECTION WITH SE OLDHAM COURT WITHIN THE CITY OF LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Faith, seconded by Councilmember Binney, that Bill No. 16-137 be adopted and numbered Ord. No. 7912. The motion carried by the following vote:

Aye:    8 -
Councilmember Binney 
Councilmember Carlyle 
Councilmember Edson 
Councilmember Faith 
Councilmember Forte 
Councilmember Moreno 
Councilmember Mosby 
Councilmember Seif

Enactment No: Ord. No. 7929

D. BILL NO.   16-138
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A CHANGE IN ZONING CLASSIFICATION FROM CP-2 TO PMIX ON LAND LOCATED AT 110 SE TODD GEORGE PARKWAY AND APPROVING A PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR LEE’S SUMMIT SENIOR APARTMENTS, 110 SE TODD GEORGE PARKWAY, ALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE NO. 5209 FOR THE CITY OF LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI.

ACTION: Due to the denial of this application during the Public Hearing, this proposed bill was withdrawn.

E. BILL NO.   16-139
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A CHANGE IN ZONING CLASSIFICATION FROM PLANNED COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL (CP-2) AND PLANNED INDUSTRIAL (PI) TO PLANNED COMMERCIAL SERVICES (CS), APPROXIMATELY 7.5 ACRES LOCATED AT 700-708 SE OLDHAM COURT, ALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE NO. 5209 FOR THE CITY OF LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Forte, seconded by Councilmember Seif, that Bill No. 16-139 be adopted and numbered Ord. No. 7913. The motion carried by the following vote:

Aye:    8 -
Councilmember Binney 
Councilmember Carlyle 
Councilmember Edson 
Councilmember Faith 
Councilmember Forte 
Councilmember Moreno 
Councilmember Mosby 
Councilmember Seif

Enactment No: Ord. No. 7930

F. BILL NO.   16-140
AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN ON LAND LOCATED AT 120 SW M-150 HWY, IN DISTRICT CP-2, PROPOSED QUIKTRIP, ALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE, NO. 5209, FOR THE CITY OF LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Faith, seconded by Councilmember Forte, that bill No. 16-140 be adopted and numbered Ord. No. 7914. The motion carried by the following vote:

Aye:    8 -
Councilmember Binney 
Councilmember Carlyle 
Councilmember Edson 
Councilmember Faith 
Councilmember Forte 
Councilmember Moreno 
Councilmember Mosby 
Councilmember Seif

Enactment No: Ord. No. 7931

G. SUBSTITUTE  BILL NO. 
16-141 AN ORDINANCE AWARDING BID NO. 14431683-C, CITY OF LEE'S SUMMIT WATER UTILITIES FACILITY TO FOGEL-ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION CO. IN THE AMOUNT OF $11,279,047.19 AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT FOR THE SAME.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Moreno, seconded by Councilmember Seif, that Substitute Bill No. 16-141 be adopted and numbered Ord. No. 7915. The motion carried by the following vote:

Aye:    8 -
Councilmember Binney 
Councilmember Carlyle 
Councilmember Edson 
Councilmember Faith 
Councilmember Forte 
Councilmember Moreno 
Councilmember Mosby 
Councilmember Seif

Enactment No: Ord. No. 7932

H. BILL NO.   16-142
AN ORDINANCE APPROVING MODIFICATION NO. 2, RFQ 14431683-D, TO THE DESIGN CONTRACT WITH HDR ENGINEERING INC. FOR THE WATER UTILITIES DEPARTMENT SERVICE FACILITY IN THE AMOUNT OF $95,110 FOR A REVISED CONTRACT AMOUNT OF $1,063,281.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Carlyle, seconded by Councilmember Faith, that Bill No. 16-142 be adopted and numbered Ord. No. 7916. The motion carried by the following vote:

Aye:    8 -
Councilmember Binney 
Councilmember Carlyle 
Councilmember Edson 
Councilmember Faith 
Councilmember Forte 
Councilmember Moreno 
Councilmember Mosby 
Councilmember Seif

Enactment No: Ord. No. 7933

I. BILL NO.   16-143
AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE AWARD OF BID NO. 2016-001 FOR DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES FOR THE DOWNTOWN PERFORMING ARTS SPACE AND FARMERS MARKET PAVILION TO OCHSNER HARE & HARE, AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT FOR THE SAME IN THE AMOUNT OF
$42,515.

ACTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Seif, seconded by Councilmember Carlyle, that Bill No. 16-143 be adopted and numbered Ord. No. 7917. The motion carried by the following vote:

Aye:    8 -
Councilmember Binney 
Councilmember Carlyle 
Councilmember Edson 
Councilmember Faith 
Councilmember Forte 
Councilmember Moreno 
Councilmember Mosby 
Councilmember Seif

Enactment No: Ord. No. 7934

9. COMMITTEE REPORTS (Committee chairs report on matters held in  Committee):

Councilmember Faith reported on the Historic Preservation Commission, their role with the Council and their concerns about preserving buildings in Longview.

Councilmember Moreno stated the Housing Authority saved citizens close to $600,000 over the last years. He will be meeting with the chair of Livable Streets Advisory Board, along with Matt Baird from the Chamber of Commerce and Rick McDowell, EDC.

10. COUNCIL ROUNDTABLE:

Councilmember Faith requested a presentation from Staff regarding fireworks and a discussion of the current ordinance regulating them.

Councilmember Moreno mentioned dumpsters in parking lots. Mr. Arbo will have the Codes Department look into all large parking lots, find out the business needs for the dumpsters, and provide a report. Councilmember

Moreno wanted this referred to the CEDC.

11. STAFF ROUNDTABLE:

Staff report on fireworks from Fourth of July:

Mr. Arbo advised they will place the issue of fireworks on the August 4th Council agenda.

Additionally, he informed the Council that a preliminary report had been received from the committee that reviewed the Fire Department accreditation and the committee will be recommending full accreditation.

12. ADJOURNMENT

There being no further business, Mayor Rhoads ADJOURNED the July 7, 2016, City Council Regular Session No. 5 at 12:10 p.m.

For your convenience, City Council agendas, as well as videos of City Council and Council Committee meetings, may be viewed on the City’s Internet site at "www.cityofls.net".


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