On the agenda
Basehor City Council
Monday, Sept. 15, 6 p.m.
Work Session, 6 p.m.
¢ Discussion regarding agenda items.
Regular Meeting, 7 p.m.
¢ Approve minutes, treasurer's report and vendor payments, investment recommendations and calendar of events.
Call to Public
¢ Citizen comments regarding agenda items.
Scheduled Discussion Items
¢ Consider a resolution authorizing and directing the issuance, sale and delivery of $3,760,000 principal amount of general obligation temporary notes, series 2008, of the city of Basehor, Kansas; providing for the levy and collection of an annual tax, if necessary, for the purpose of paying the principal of and interest on said notes as they become due; making certain covenants and agreements to provide for the payment and security thereof; and authorizing certain other documents and actions connected therewith.
¢ Consider waiving building permit fees for the USD 458 building construction projects.
¢ Consider approval of Authorization No. 3 for professional engineering services (resident observer) to Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc.
¢ Consider accepting the low bid for the wastewater treatment plant project, pending KDHE approval.
¢ Consider approval of the revolving loan (KWPCRF) Agreement with KDHE for Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion.
¢ Consider renewal of FundBalance annual maintenance contract.
¢ Consider the first phase of a street maintenance plan prepared by McAfee Henderson Solutions, Inc. for the city of Basehor.
¢ Consider appointment of Park Advisory Board member.
¢ Consider purchase of remote cellular monitoring devices for lift stations.
¢ Consider appointment of (2) voting delegates for Annual League of Kansas Municipalities Conference, October 14, 2008.
¢ Consider transfer of $244,000 from Sewer Fund to Bond & Interest Fund for State Revolving Loan payment.
City Administrator, Mayor and Council Member reports
Executive Session - Discussions prior to acquisition of real estate: Easement and right of way acquisition for 150th Street.
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