Archive for Friday, June 29, 2012

Basehor City Council work session agenda: July 2

Basehor City Hall is at 2620 N. 155th St.

Basehor City Hall is at 2620 N. 155th St.

June 29, 2012

The Basehor City Council has a work session at 7 p.m. on the first Monday of each month at Basehor City Hall.

Agenda for the July 2 work session:

  • Employee salary range review
  • 2013 operating budget introduction
  • Discuss utility rate study
  • Discuss Pinehurst roundabout renovation
  • Online utility billing update
  • Discuss 2804 N. 155th St. rezoning request
  • Leavenworth County Sewer District No. 3 annexation follow-up
  • Discuss Kansas Department of Transportation reimbursement agreement for 155th and 158th streets
  • Discuss 2012 pavement management plan
  • Executive session, if needed

A full agenda packet with more information is available for download at left.

Comments

AboutTime 2 years, 4 months ago

Unless Basehor City Council stops this, employee's will win second lottery this year. (First was 100% City paid Health benefits passed last month)

City Superintendent new pay maximum of $99,403.00 per year. 39.7% pay increase from current pay

City Police Chief new pay maximum of $96,408.00 per year. 43.1% pay increase from current pay

City Engineer new pay maximum of $98,113.60 per year. 49.8% pay increase from current pay

City Finance Director/Clerk new pay maximum of $87,214.40 per year. 32.1% pay increase from current pay

The department heads stated in their meetings they were wanting increases for their employees-- Looks like they were also looking for some $$$$ for themselves.

Police officers new pay maximum of $56,596.80 per year. 62.4% pay increase from current pay.

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Thinkaboutit 2 years, 4 months ago

How dare these people try to get money for their families! (Sarcasm) Abouttime.....Are your telling me that you would not try to get a raise at your job if you thought it was possible? I would be more concerned if an employee wasn't trying to make more money. I wish all of the Basehor employees the best of luck with their raises and look forward to hearing how it all turns out. I am also glad that they were able to get 100% health care. I appreciate the work our city employees do and am willing to help them any way I can!

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