Archive for Monday, November 5, 2012

Lawrence water rate agreement on tonight’s Baldwin City Council agenda

Baldwin City Hall

Baldwin City Hall

November 5, 2012

I. Call to Order: Mayor Ken Wagner

II. Consent Agenda: (All matters listed on the Consent Agenda are to be considered under one motion and will be enacted by one motion.

There is to be no separate discussion on any Consent Agenda Item. If discussion is desired by an elected official of the City on any Consent

Agenda item, then that item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately).

A. Consider the draft minutes of the October 15, 2012 Regular Meeting.

B. Consider Appropriation Ordinance No. 2012-11A: claims against the City for goods provided and

services rendered.

C. Authorize City Administrator to send a letter to Douglas County allowing for the utilization of the

new county contract rotation list for tows requested by Baldwin City officials.

D. Consider Resolution No. 2012-12 authorizing street closure for Festival of Lights event.

III. Committee/Commission Reports


IV. Special Reports or Presentations

A. Tourism Report – Steve Friend

B. Rob Culley – RICE NESHAP Installation report

V. Unfinished Business


VI. New Business

A. Consider authorizing the Mayor to execute the wholesale water agreement with the City of

Lawrence, Kansas. (Chris Lowe)

B. Consider request from Festival of Lights Parade Committee for funds. (Chris Lowe)

C. Consider for first reading an Ordinance repealing Ordinance No. 973 and prohibiting parking on

both sides of Eisenhower Street between Ames and the northern terminus of Eisenhower Street.

(Greg Neis)

VII. Public Comments and Questions

VIII. Discussion Items from Council Members or Staff (items not for action at this time)

New Baldwin City website: Darcy Higgins and Brad Smith

IX. Schedule & Announcements (upcoming meetings & events)

A. Community Development Committee: TBD. Nov 12 meeting cancelled due to Veteran’s Day


X. Executive Session

XI. Adjourn


1776attorney 5 years, 7 months ago

And the taxpayers of Baldwin City will be focused on this water rate issue and be accutely attunded to what kind of retail water rate reductions will be passed along to utility customers now that the wholesale rate has been substantially reduced.


hyperinflate 5 years, 7 months ago

Oh stop it! You're killing me! :)


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