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  1. Referred
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Director of the Human Resources Department Amending Chapter 2 of the Code of Ordinances of the Kansas City, Missouri, Classification and Compensation Plan, by repealing Sections 2-1076, 2-1077, 2-1078, and 2-1079 and enacting new sections of like numbers and subject matters to create two new job classifications, retitles five job classifications and adjusts the pay grades for three job classifications.

    referredto the Finance, Governance and Public Safety Committee due back on 6/4/2024

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  2. Referred
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Director of General Services Department Authorizing the Manager of Procurement Services to execute an $760,000.00 annual contract amendment to the Management Agreement and Lease with the American Jazz Museum, Inc. for management and operations of the 18th and Vine Project; and authorizing the Manager of Procurement Services to extend and amend the Management Agreement and Lease.

    referredto the Finance, Governance and Public Safety Committee due back on 6/4/2024

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  3. Passed
    Special Action

    Sponsor: Councilmember Melissa Patterson-Hazley RESOLUTION - Congratulating Delois Culclager-Brown on her 75th birthday.

    A motion was made that this Special Action be Adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

  4. Passed
    Special Action

    Sponsor: Councilmember Kevin O’Neill RESOLUTION - Declaring the week of May 19-25, 2024, as National Public Works Week in Kansas City, Missouri.

    A motion was made that this Special Action be Adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

  5. Passed
    Resolution

    Sponsors: Councilmembers Crispin Rea and Melissa Patterson-Hazley RESOLUTION - Directing the City Manager to develop and implement an administrative regulation to ensure the timely response and abatement of illegal dumping and report back to council within 60 days; and directing the City Manager to develop and implement a public information campaign regarding new City policies and penalties pertaining to illegal dumping.

    A motion was made that this Resolution be Adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

  6. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Councilmember Melissa Robinson COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE Amending Chapter 62, Solid Waste, Article II, Collection by City, Sections 62-41, 62-42, and 62-45 to amend the City’s processes related to introduction of curbside refuse collection; establishing an effective date for Section 1 of this Ordinance; amending Chapter 2, Article III, Code of Ordinances, by enacting a new Section 2-88, Response to illegal dumping in City’s right-of-way; and directing the city manager to report to the Council within 60 days any barriers, and necessary funding requiring Council approval, for meeting the standard outlined in Section 3 of this Ordinance.

    This matter was Passed as Substituted

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  7. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsors: Councilmembers Crispin Rea and Melissa Patterson-Hazley Amending Chapter 62, Code of Ordinances, Solid Waste, by repealing and replacing Section 62-89 for the purpose of improving illegal dumping enforcement and directing the City Manager to provide quarterly updates to the Finance, Governance, and Public Safety Committee on the implementation of this ordinance.

    A motion was made that this Ordinance be Passed as Substituted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  8. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: City Manager COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE Authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute a Surface Transportation Block Grant Agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission related to Congressionally Directed Spending in support of the South Loop Project, Federal Project No. KU0833, City Project No. 89022041; estimating revenues in the amount of $28,600,000 in the Capital Grants Fund and appropriating the same to project no. 89022041; and recognizing this ordinance as having an accelerated effective date.

    A motion was made that this Ordinance be Passed as Substituted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  9. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsors: Mayor Quinton Lucas and City Manager COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE Authorizing the City Manager to execute a funding agreement with the Missouri Department of Economic Development related to an allocation of funds from the State of Missouri in support of the South Loop Project; estimating revenues in the amount of $28,600,000 in the Capital Grants Fund and appropriating the same to project no. 89022041; and recognizing this ordinance as having an accelerated effective date.

    A motion was made that this Ordinance be Passed as Substituted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  10. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Councilmember Andrea Bough Authorizing the Director of Convention and Entertainment Facilities to enter into an Amended and Restated Licensed User Agreement with John Gore Theatrical Group, Inc., to be the exclusive provider of Broadway shows in the Music Hall at Municipal Auditorium and to extend the current term through August 31, 2034, with one renewable three- year period option right.

    A motion was made that this Ordinance be Passed. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  11. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Councilmember Ryana Parks-Shaw COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE Authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute a development agreement with Swope Health Services or an affiliated entity for the property located at 5900 Swope Parkway, in Kansas City, Missouri, estimating revenue from the sale of property and appropriating funds to defease outstanding bonds; appropriating $2,500,000.00 from the unappropriated fund balance of the Health Levy as a contribution toward redevelopment of the site; authorizing the Director of Finance to execute an escrow agreement and related documents; approving the selection of Kutak Rock LLP and Hardwick Law Firm as defeasance counsel for this matter; and directing the City Manager to identify additional funding sources for up to $2,500.000.00 to be utilized for the redevelopment of the site.

    A motion was made by Councilmember Parks-Shaw, seconded by Councilmember Bough, that this Ordinance be Move to Amend. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  12. Referred
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Director of Law Department Approving and authorizing settlement in the amount of $59,435.80 for a claim for a Workers’ Compensation benefit filed by Felicia Madden for injuries resulting from an accident on September 12, 2022, while employed by the City.

    referredto the Finance, Governance and Public Safety Committee due back on 6/4/2024

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  13. Referred
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Councilmember Wes Rogers Approving a development plan which also serves as a preliminary plat in District B3-2 on about 18.97 acres generally located at the southwest corner and southeast corner of N.W. Englewood Road and North Mercier Drive to allow for residential development. (CD-CPC-2024-00033)

    referredto the Neighborhood Planning and Development Committee due back on 6/4/2024

  14. Referred
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Councilmember Eric Bunch Appropriating $11,500,000.00 from the Unappropriated Fund Balance of the Streetcar Fund for the 2nd and Grand Track Improvements for the Streetcar Transit System.

    referredto the Transportation, Infrastructure and Operations Committee due back on 6/4/2024

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  15. Referred
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Director of the City Planning Department Amending Chapter 88, Code of Ordinances, by repealing Section 88-405-10, Streets, and enacting in lieu thereof a new section of like number and subject matter; and repealing Section 88-405-21, Installation or Financial Guarantee of Required Improvements, and enacting in lieu thereof a new section of like number and subject matter; repealing Section 88-405-26, Plats Straddling Jurisdictional Boundaries, and enacting in lieu thereof a new section of like number and subject matter; repealing Section 88-415-02, Scope and Applicability, and enacting in lieu thereof a new section of like number and subject matter; repealing Section 88-415-08, Administration and Procedures, and enacting in lieu thereof a new section of like number and subject matter; repealing Section 88-415-10, Inspections, and enacting in lieu thereof a new section of like number and subject matter; repealing Section 88-415-11, Plan Review Process, and enacting in lieu thereof a new section of like number and subject matter; repealing Section 88-570-02, Applicability; Authorized Administrative Adjustments; all in order to redirect certain permitting and inspection functions from the City Planning and Development Department to the Water Services and Public Works Departments.

    referredto the Neighborhood Planning and Development Committee due back on 6/4/2024

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  16. Filed
    Communication

    Notice to the City Clerk from the Villages Community Improvement District’s proposed budget for fiscal year ending April 30, 2025.

    This matter was received and filed

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  17. Held
    Resolution

    Sponsor: Councilmember Nathan Willett RESOLUTION - Amending Resolution No. 230035 that was titled, “Recognizing the growing problem of antisemitism in America and adopting a Working Definition of Antisemitism as an important educational tool to address it.” by adding an additional WHEREAS section to address the October 7, 2023, mass murder of Jews.

    This Resolution wasHeld off Docket

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  18. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    Sponsor: Councilmember Nathan Willett RESOLUTION - Offering a formal apology to Harrison Butker from the City of Kansas City and recognizing that Kansas City is a welcoming city to people of all faiths.

    Failed

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  19. Referred
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: City Manager Authorizing an amendment in the amount of $21,700,000.00 to an agreement with McCownGordon Construction, LLC for a demolition, shoring, excavation, and utility package related to the reconstruction of Barney Allis Plaza from funds previously appropriated; authorizing a design professional services agreement with Wellner Architects in the amount of $599,000.00 for construction management support from funds previously appropriated; and recognizing this ordinance as having an accelerated effective date.

    referredto the Transportation, Infrastructure and Operations Committee due back on 6/4/2024

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  20. Referred
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Mayor Quinton Lucas Authorizing the City Manager to enter into an MOU with the KCATA setting out the process for approval of TEFRA certificates for KCATA projects.

    referredto the Transportation, Infrastructure and Operations Committee due back on 6/4/2024

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  21. Passed
    Special Action

    Sponsor: Mayor Pro Tem Ryana Parks-Shaw RESOLUTION - Recognizing the 2021-2023 and 2022-2024 Cookingham-Noll Fellows for the completion of the 2-year Cookingham-Noll Management Fellowship program.

    This matter was Adopted

  22. Passed
    Special Action

    Sponsor: Councilmember Melissa Robinson RESOLUTION - Recognizing June as RaisingKC Month in Kansas City, Missouri.

    This matter was Adopted

  23. Referred
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Mayor Quinton Lucas Authorizing the City Manager to enter into a Funding and Tax Redirection Agreement with Starlight Theater Association of Kansas City, Inc., and its affiliates and assigns for the reimbursement of certain funds provided by Kansas City (the “City”) to cover a portion of the costs required to make improvements to the existing Starlight Theater at Swope Parkway and 63rd Street; appropriating the sum of $3,500,000.00 from the Unappropriated Fund Balance of the Parks Sales Tax Fund; and recognizing this ordinance as having an accelerated effective date.

    referredto the Finance, Governance and Public Safety Committee due back on 6/4/2024

  24. Held
    Resolution

    Sponsor: Councilmember Nathan Willett RESOLUTION - Amending Resolution No. 230035 that was titled, “Recognizing the growing problem of antisemitism in America and adopting a Working Definition of Antisemitism as an important educational tool to address it.” by adding an additional WHEREAS section to address the October 7, 2023, mass murder of Jews.

    This matter was Move to Reconsider

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  25. Held
    Resolution

    Sponsor: Councilmember Nathan Willett RESOLUTION - Amending Resolution No. 230035 that was titled, “Recognizing the growing problem of antisemitism in America and adopting a Working Definition of Antisemitism as an important educational tool to address it.” by adding an additional WHEREAS section to address the October 7, 2023, mass murder of Jews.

    This matter was Failed

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  26. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Councilmember Ryana Parks-Shaw COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE Authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute a development agreement with Swope Health Services or an affiliated entity for the property located at 5900 Swope Parkway, in Kansas City, Missouri, estimating revenue from the sale of property and appropriating funds to defease outstanding bonds; appropriating $2,500,000.00 from the unappropriated fund balance of the Health Levy as a contribution toward redevelopment of the site; authorizing the Director of Finance to execute an escrow agreement and related documents; approving the selection of Kutak Rock LLP and Hardwick Law Firm as defeasance counsel for this matter; and directing the City Manager to identify additional funding sources for up to $2,500.000.00 to be utilized for the redevelopment of the site.

    This matter was Move to Advance

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  27. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Councilmember Ryana Parks-Shaw COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE Authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute a development agreement with Swope Health Services or an affiliated entity for the property located at 5900 Swope Parkway, in Kansas City, Missouri, estimating revenue from the sale of property and appropriating funds to defease outstanding bonds; appropriating $2,500,000.00 from the unappropriated fund balance of the Health Levy as a contribution toward redevelopment of the site; authorizing the Director of Finance to execute an escrow agreement and related documents; approving the selection of Kutak Rock LLP and Hardwick Law Firm as defeasance counsel for this matter; and directing the City Manager to identify additional funding sources for up to $2,500.000.00 to be utilized for the redevelopment of the site.

    Passed as Substituted as Amended

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  1. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Mayor Quinton Lucas COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE Authorizing the City Manager to negotiate an agreement with Block Real Estate Services, LLC or an affiliated entity for the sale and redevelopment of City-owned properties located at 2400 Troost Avenue, 1200 E. 24th Street, and 1120 E. 24th Street; authorizing the City Manager to negotiate an agreement with Riverstone Platform Partners or an affiliated entity for the sale and redevelopment of City-owned properties located at 2500 Campbell Street and 2526 Campbell Street.

    A motion was made by Councilmember French, seconded by Councilmember Bough, that this Ordinance be Move to Amend. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  2. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Director of Public Works Department Estimating revenue in the amount of $551,000.00 in the Capital Improvement Fund and $1,400,000.00 in the Capital Improvements Grant Fund; appropriating the amounts to the KCI Corridor Trail Segment 1 and Segments 2 and 3 project accounts; authorizing the City Manager to execute a funding agreement with the Tax Increment Financing Commission; authorizing two contracts with Radmacher Brothers Excavating Co., Inc. with a total value of $2,987,556.03 for the construction of the KCI Corridor Trail Segment 1 and Segment 2 and 3 projects; and recognizing this ordinance as having an accelerated effective date.

    A motion was made that this Ordinance be Passed. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  3. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Director of Public Works Department COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE Authorizing the Director of Public Works to enter into a one-year cooperative agreement with Bike Share KC in the amount of $580,500.00 from funds previously appropriated for a bicycle-sharing program; authorizing the continued installation of bicycle stations within the public right-of-way; authorizing the Director of Public Works to enter into up to five one-year extensions subject to appropriation of funds; and granting a waiver of the application fee.

    This matter was Passed

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  4. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: City Manager Authorizing the City Manager to execute an Access and Use Agreement with the Port Authority of Kansas City for the construction and maintenance of a trail extension along the Missouri River.

    This matter was Passed

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  5. Passed
    Special Action

    Sponsor: Councilmember Wes Rogers RESOLUTION - Declaring May 2024, as Older Americans Month in Kansas City, Missouri.

    A motion was made that this Special Action be Adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  6. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsors: Mayor Quinton Lucas and Councilmember Wes Rogers COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE Establishing the “Kansas City Outdoor Dining Enhancement Grant Program” to support the expansion of outdoor dining spaces in Kansas City through grants to small businesses.

    A motion was made that this Ordinance be Passed. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  7. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Director of City Planning and Development Department Rezoning an area of about 57 acres generally located at the northwest corner of N.W. Cookingham Drive and N. Robinhood Lane from District AG-R to District R-7.5 to allow for future redevelopment of single-family lots. (CD-CPC-2024-00028)

    This matter was Passed

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  8. Passed
    Resolution

    Sponsor: Councilmember Darrell Curls RESOLUTION - Directing the City Manager to request the Administrative TIF Commission and EDC complete a comprehensive review of the Bannister & I-435 Tax Increment Financing Plan and report back to Council with recommendations regarding necessary enforcement action within 60 days.

    A motion was made that this Resolution be Passed. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  9. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: City Manager COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE Authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute a Surface Transportation Block Grant Agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission related to Congressionally Directed Spending in support of the South Loop Project, Federal Project No. KU0833, City Project No. 89022041; estimating revenues in the amount of $28,600,000 in the Capital Grants Fund and appropriating the same to project no. 89022041; and recognizing this ordinance as having an accelerated effective date.

    referredto the Finance, Governance and Public Safety Committee due back on 5/21/2024

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  10. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsors: Mayor Quinton Lucas and City Manager COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE Authorizing the City Manager to execute a funding agreement with the Missouri Department of Economic Development related to an allocation of funds from the State of Missouri in support of the South Loop Project; estimating revenues in the amount of $28,600,000 in the Capital Grants Fund and appropriating the same to project no. 89022041; and recognizing this ordinance as having an accelerated effective date.

    This Ordinance was referred to the Finance, Governance and Public Safety Committee, due back on 5/21/2024

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  11. Referred
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: City Manager Appropriating $50,000.00 from the Unappropriated Fund Balance of the Development Services Fund for the purpose of assisting with the establishment of community improvement districts in the City; authorizing the City Manager to enter into cooperative agreements with certain improvement districts for the purpose of reimbursing the City for funds committed; and directing the City Manager to identify the criteria for the maximum use of these funds.

    referredto the Neighborhood Planning and Development Committee due back on 5/21/2024

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  12. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Councilmember Andrea Bough Authorizing the Director of Convention and Entertainment Facilities to enter into an Amended and Restated Licensed User Agreement with John Gore Theatrical Group, Inc., to be the exclusive provider of Broadway shows in the Music Hall at Municipal Auditorium and to extend the current term through August 31, 2034, with one renewable three- year period option right.

    This Ordinance was referred to the Finance, Governance and Public Safety Committee, due back on 5/21/2024

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  13. Passed
    Resolution

    Sponsor: Councilmember Nathan Willett RESOLUTION - Recognizing May 13-17, 2024, as "National Police Week" in Kansas City, Missouri.

    A motion was made that this Resolution be Adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  14. Passed
    Resolution

    Sponsor: Councilmember Nathan Willett RESOLUTION - Recognizing and paying tribute to the 33rd President of the United States, Harry S. Truman by directing the City Manager to hang a 6x10 foot American flag from the balcony of City Hall in Kansas City, Missouri through National Flag Day, June 14, 2024.

    A motion was made that this Resolution be Adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  15. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Councilmember Ryana Parks-Shaw COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE Authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute a development agreement with Swope Health Services or an affiliated entity for the property located at 5900 Swope Parkway, in Kansas City, Missouri, estimating revenue from the sale of property and appropriating funds to defease outstanding bonds; appropriating $2,500,000.00 from the unappropriated fund balance of the Health Levy as a contribution toward redevelopment of the site; authorizing the Director of Finance to execute an escrow agreement and related documents; approving the selection of Kutak Rock LLP and Hardwick Law Firm as defeasance counsel for this matter; and directing the City Manager to identify additional funding sources for up to $2,500.000.00 to be utilized for the redevelopment of the site.

    referredto the Finance, Governance and Public Safety Committee due back on 5/21/2024

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  16. Passed
    Resolution

    Sponsors: Councilmembers Crispin Rea and Melissa Patterson-Hazley RESOLUTION - Directing the City Manager to develop and implement an administrative regulation to ensure the timely response and abatement of illegal dumping and report back to council within 60 days; and directing the City Manager to develop and implement a public information campaign regarding new City policies and penalties pertaining to illegal dumping.

    referredto the Transportation, Infrastructure and Operations Committee due back on 5/21/2024

  17. Referred
    Resolution

    Sponsor: Councilmember Nathan Willett RESOLUTION - Directing the City Manager to provide the City Council with an update on City social media account policies during a business session within the next 30 days.

    referredto the Finance, Governance and Public Safety Committee due back on 5/21/2024

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  18. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsors: Councilmembers Crispin Rea and Melissa Patterson-Hazley Amending Chapter 62, Code of Ordinances, Solid Waste, by repealing and replacing Section 62-89 for the purpose of improving illegal dumping enforcement and directing the City Manager to provide quarterly updates to the Finance, Governance, and Public Safety Committee on the implementation of this ordinance.

    referredto the Transportation, Infrastructure and Operations Committee due back on 5/21/2024

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  19. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Mayor Quinton Lucas COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE Authorizing the City Manager to negotiate an agreement with Block Real Estate Services, LLC or an affiliated entity for the sale and redevelopment of City-owned properties located at 2400 Troost Avenue, 1200 E. 24th Street, and 1120 E. 24th Street; authorizing the City Manager to negotiate an agreement with Riverstone Platform Partners or an affiliated entity for the sale and redevelopment of City-owned properties located at 2500 Campbell Street and 2526 Campbell Street.

    A motion was made by Councilmember French, seconded by Councilmember Bough, that this Ordinance be Move to Advance. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  20. Passed
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Mayor Quinton Lucas COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE Authorizing the City Manager to negotiate an agreement with Block Real Estate Services, LLC or an affiliated entity for the sale and redevelopment of City-owned properties located at 2400 Troost Avenue, 1200 E. 24th Street, and 1120 E. 24th Street; authorizing the City Manager to negotiate an agreement with Riverstone Platform Partners or an affiliated entity for the sale and redevelopment of City-owned properties located at 2500 Campbell Street and 2526 Campbell Street.

    A motion was made that this Ordinance be Passed as Substituted as Amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  1. Held
    Resolution

    Sponsor: Councilmember Nathan Willett RESOLUTION - Amending Resolution No. 230035 that was titled, “Recognizing the growing problem of antisemitism in America and adopting a Working Definition of Antisemitism as an important educational tool to address it.” by adding an additional WHEREAS section to address the October 7, 2023, mass murder of Jews.

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  2. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    Sponsor: Councilmember Nathan Willett RESOLUTION - Offering a formal apology to Harrison Butker from the City of Kansas City and recognizing that Kansas City is a welcoming city to people of all faiths.

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  3. Referred
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Mayor Quinton Lucas Authorizing the City Manager to enter into a Funding and Tax Redirection Agreement with Starlight Theater Association of Kansas City, Inc., and its affiliates and assigns for the reimbursement of certain funds provided by Kansas City (the “City”) to cover a portion of the costs required to make improvements to the existing Starlight Theater at Swope Parkway and 63rd Street; appropriating the sum of $3,500,000.00 from the Unappropriated Fund Balance of the Parks Sales Tax Fund; and recognizing this ordinance as having an accelerated effective date.
  4. Filed
    Communication

    Notice to the City Clerk from the Villages Community Improvement District’s proposed budget for fiscal year ending April 30, 2025.

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  5. Passed
    Special Action

    Sponsor: Councilmember Melissa Robinson RESOLUTION - Recognizing June as RaisingKC Month in Kansas City, Missouri.
  6. Passed
    Special Action

    Sponsor: Mayor Pro Tem Ryana Parks-Shaw RESOLUTION - Recognizing the 2021-2023 and 2022-2024 Cookingham-Noll Fellows for the completion of the 2-year Cookingham-Noll Management Fellowship program.
  7. Referred
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Mayor Quinton Lucas Authorizing the City Manager to enter into an MOU with the KCATA setting out the process for approval of TEFRA certificates for KCATA projects.

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  8. Referred
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: City Manager Authorizing an amendment in the amount of $21,700,000.00 to an agreement with McCownGordon Construction, LLC for a demolition, shoring, excavation, and utility package related to the reconstruction of Barney Allis Plaza from funds previously appropriated; authorizing a design professional services agreement with Wellner Architects in the amount of $599,000.00 for construction management support from funds previously appropriated; and recognizing this ordinance as having an accelerated effective date.

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  9. Referred
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Councilmember Eric Bunch Appropriating $11,500,000.00 from the Unappropriated Fund Balance of the Streetcar Fund for the 2nd and Grand Track Improvements for the Streetcar Transit System.

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  10. Referred
    Ordinance

    Sponsor: Councilmember Wes Rogers Approving a development plan which also serves as a preliminary plat in District B3-2 on about 18.97 acres generally located at the southwest corner and southeast corner of N.W. Englewood Road and North Mercier Drive to allow for residential development. (CD-CPC-2024-00033)
  11. Passed
    Special Action

    Sponsor: Councilmember Kevin O’Neill RESOLUTION - Declaring the week of May 19-25, 2024, as National Public Works Week in Kansas City, Missouri.
  12. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    Sponsor: Councilmember Eric Bunch RESOLUTION - Calling for an immediate and permanent ceasefire and unrestricted humanitarian aid to end the ongoing violence in Palestine.
  13. Agenda Ready
    Special Action

    Sponsor: Councilmember Eric Bunch RESOLUTION - Commending the Palestinian American Medical Association and recognizing its Kansas City roots and humanitarian efforts in Gaza.