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City commission to revisit parking ordinance, 15th Street overlay PDF Print E-mail

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ELLY GRIMM
• Leader & Times



After being discussed the past two meetings, there could be some changes to an ordinance concerning parking in front yards, side yards, rear yards, and commercial, industrial zoned districts may see some changes during the Liberal City Commission’s next meeting this evening beginning at 5:30. 

“As requested, Ordinance No. 4457 regulating parking in front yards, side yards, rear yards, and commercial, industrial zoned districts was reviewed and through a lot of discussion and research, changes were made,” the agenda information noted. “The changes and additions throughout the ordinance were made in hopes it would clear up some of the confusion and problems with the previous ordinance.” 

The changes will be discussed, and city staff will be recommending the commission approved the amended ordinance. 

Up next for the commission will be discussion of the 15th Street mill and overlay project. 

“This project, from Kansas Avenue to just west of Western Avenue, was previously approved in the amount of $950,000 from the Streets, Drainage and Other Capital Improvements portion of the 1-cent sales tax,” the agenda information noted. “The bid from J&R Sand was approved in the amount of $917,544.15, but did not include repairs for unknown water damage to the base in the amount of $59,444.20. We also had engineering expenses in the amount $3,120. Therefore, the total cost of the 15th Street mill and overlay project is 980,108.35.”

Staff will be recommending an additional $30,108.35 be moved to the 15th Street mill and overlay project from the Streets, Drainage and Other Capital Improvements portion of the 1-cent sales tax. 

The commission will also be asked to approve Ordinances No. 4490 and 4491, which concern adopting the 2017 Standard Traffic Ordinance and the 2017 Uniform Public Offense Code. The city prosecutor will be recommending the commission adopt both the ordinances. To conclude the agenda, the commission will also be discussing a Community Development Block Grant application for housing rehab and will also be choosing League of Kansas Municipalities voting delegates.

 

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