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March 16, 2020 at 7:00 PM - City Council Regular Meeting

Agenda
1. STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETINGS ACT AND ROLL CALL
2. PRAYER
3. NATIONAL ANTHEM AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
4. CONSENT AGENDA - The following items are considered to be routine by the city council and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a city council member or citizen so requests, in which event the item will be removed from consent status and considered in its normal sequence on the agenda.
4.A. Minutes of March 2, 2020, City Council meeting.
4.B. Resolution No. R20-24 authorizing payment of various improvement projects.
4.C. Resolution No. R20-25 approving the use of Pawnee Park to camp overnight on Friday, June 5 and Saturday, June 6, 2020, for annual Antique Tractor and Gas Engines Show and repealing Resolution No. R19-155.
4.D. Finance Department reports.
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4.E. Payroll and bills on file.
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5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - Included in Consent Agenda
6. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
6.A. Platte County Travel Economic Impact Study by Dean Runyan Associates.
7. PUBLIC HEARINGS - None
8. PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS - None
9. REPORTS OF CITY OFFICES - Included in Consent Agenda
10. REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES
10.A. PUBLIC PROPERTY, SAFETY, AND WORKS COMMITTEE- March 9, 2020
10.A.1. Request from Loup Rentals, LLC to vacate the 15 foot utility easements on Lots 3 and 6, Speicher Subdivision (5 Street east of 3 Avenue).
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10.A.2. Amend Wireless Telecommunications Facilities Siting ordinance to eliminate Small Cell in right of way.
10.A.3. Establish right of way permitting process.
10.A.4. Establish small cell ordinance.
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10.A.5. Establish Event Permit Application process.
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10.A.6. Minutes of the January 13 and February 10, 2020 Traffic Control Device Committee.
10.B. PUBLIC FINANCE, JUDICIARY, AND PERSONNEL COMMITTEE - March 10, 2020
10.B.1. Financial and Compliance Audit for year-end September 30, 2019.
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10.B.2. KSO CPA's recommendation to create a capitalization policy and use the amount of $5,000 as the lower limit to be capitalized.
10.B.3. Request for Proposals for banking services.
11. REPORTS OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES - None
12. REPORTS ON LEGISLATION
13. NEW BUSINESS
13.A. Application of Granville Custom Homes, Inc. for preliminary plat of Frontier Park Addition (East 14 Avenue and Armory Drive).  (Planning Commission recommends approval.)
13.B. Application of City of Columbus for preliminary plat of Jackson Subdivision (10 Street and 30 Avenue).  (Planning Commission recommends approval.)
13.C. Bid from M & L, Inc. in the amount of $15 per ton for yard waste removal from the Transfer Station for a period of three years beginning April 1, 2020.
13.D. Quote from Brite Communications in the amount of $13,000 to equip eight police vehicles with E-Citations.
13.E. Comments from mayor and city council members.
14. RESOLUTIONS
14.A. Resolution No. R20-26 approving lease agreement with Jeremy Schreiber to rent farm ground known as city well field property for an annual amount of $41,361 commencing March 1, 2020, and ending December 31, 2021.
14.B. Resolution No. R20-27 approving amended Settlement, Mutual Release, and Hold Harmless Agreement with Dustin D. Blecha, Richard F. Drake, and T-Bone Truck Stop, Inc. for damage to light pole on May 16, 2018, at the intersection of 8 Street and 33 Avenue.
15. ORDINANCES ON FIRST READING
15.A. Ordinance No. 20-02 vacating 15 foot utility easement located on Lot 3 and 6 of Speicher Subdivision (5 Street east of 3 Avenue).
16. ORDINANCES ON SECOND READING - None
17. ORDINANCES ON THIRD READING - None
18. CONSIDERATION OF PAYROLL AND BILLS ON FILE - Payroll and all other bills included in Consent Agenda
18.A. ARL Credit Services
19. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - None
20. ADJOURNMENT
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