City council agenda
City of Baldwin City
Regular Meeting of the Governing Body
7:30 p.m. Monday
Baldwin City Public Library
I. Call to Order
II. Public Comments and Questions
III. Consent Agenda
A. Consider the draft minutes of the Nov. 15, 2004 Regular Meeting
B. Consider Appropriation Ordinance No. 12A 04 -- claims against the City for goods provided and services rendered.
IV. Committee/Commission Reports or Presentations
V. Special Reports or Presentations
VI. Unfinished Business
A. Consider approval of a Lease Agreement of city property to the American Legion.
B. Consider approval of a Use Agreement for the city's use of property leased to the American Legion.
C. Consider Ordinance No. 1154: An ordinance amending front and rear yard setback requirements for "R" zoned districts from 30 to 25 feet. Second reading.
D. Consider Ordinance No. 1155: An Ordinance amending subdivision regulations, specifically requirements for the issuance of building permits. Second reading
VII. New Business
A. Consider Resolution No. 12-04-21, declaring it advisable to issue General Obligation Electric Utility System Refunding Bonds of the City of Baldwin City Kansas in an amount not to exceed $9.5 million.
B. Consider awarding contract for purchase of equipment (mobile belt press) for the Wastewater Treatment Plant to the low qualified bidder, OR-TEC, Inc., of Bedford, Ohio for the amount of $78,500.
C. Discuss request from Commercial Group land developers to acquire city property.
VIII. Discussion Items from Council Members or Staff (not for action at this time)
IX. Schedule and Announcements (upcoming meetings and events)
A. Employee Appreciation Dinner, 6pm, Dec. 9 at The Lodge
B. Economic Development Committee: 4pm, Dec.13 at City Hall
C. Public Safety Committee: 4p.m., Dec. 27 at City Hall
X. Executive Session
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