COUNCIL AGENDA 
August 20, 2018
6:00 P.M., Council Chambers
1.

Call to Order

Invocation
Pledge of Allegiance of the United States of America
2.

Roll Call

3.

Presentations

1.

Susan Adams and Jon Schwarten with Joplin Workshops, Inc. 520 Michigan, have a presentation regarding economic development funding, job creation and growth of the Joplin Workshops, Inc.

2.

Shelly Kraft to give a presentation on the Discovery Center.

4.

Finalization of Consent Agenda

5.

Reports and Communications

1.

Canvass Results of the August 7, 2018 Primary Election

6.

Citizen Requests and Petitions

1.

Ryan Jackson, 1729 S. Wall Ave. would like to address the city council regarding leadership.

2.

Tracy Nielson, 2812 E. Kennedy, would like to address the city council regarding Harold McCoy, JPD, JFD fallen officers.

7.

Public Hearings

1.

Public Hearing Procedures

2.

Public Hearing for the FY 2018-19 Proposed Budget

3.

Public Hearing on the 2018-19 Property Tax Rate

8.

Consent Agenda

1.

August 6, 2018 City Council Informal Meeting Notes

2.

Minutes of the August 6, 2018 City Council Meeting

3.

AMENDED COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018-268

AN ORDINANCE amending Ordinance No. 2004-256, passed by the Council of the City of Joplin, Missouri, November 15, 2004, by removing from District R-1 and including in District C-1-PD property as described below and located as a track of land located north of 26th Street between Pearl Avenue and Wall Avenue, City of Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri.

Documents:
  1. CB2018-268.pdf
9.

Resolutions

10.

Ordinances - Emergency

1.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018-137

AN ORDINANCE authorizing the acceptance of a Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission Public Transit Operating Assistance Grant Agreement for state funds of Eleven Thousand Three Hundred Thirty-Four Dollars and No/100 ($11,334.00) to be used for operating assistance for the Metro Area Public Transit System (MAPS); and containing an emergency clause.


2.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018-138

AN ORDINANCE approving a purchasing agreement between the City of Joplin, Missouri and Master’s Transportation Inc. in the amount of One Hundred Ninety-Two Thousand Five Hundred Fifty-Four Dollars and No Cents ($192,554.00) for the purchase of (3) three light duty cut-a-way vehicles per the specifications of Bid #2018-07 and #2018-08; and containing an emergency clause.


3.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018-139

AN ORDINANCE approving a construction agreement with Crews Construction Inc. in the not to exceed amount of One Million Three Hundred Eighty, and No/100 Dollars ($1,380,000.00) for construction services associated with the Rehabilitation of the Tin Cup Lift Station and containing an emergency clause.
4.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018-514

AN ORDINANCE levying taxes in the City of Joplin, Missouri for the year 2018 in the amount of Seventeen and Ninety-Seven Hundredths Cents ($0.1797) on One Hundred Dollars of valuation of all real property in said City, and levying taxes in the Joplin Public Library District for the year 2018 in the amount of Twenty-Five and Forty-Five Hundredths Cents ($0.2545) on One Hundred Dollars of valuation of all real property in said District, and containing an emergency clause.
11.

Ordinances - First Reading

1.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018-025

AN ORDINANCE re-adopting Chapter 2, Administration, of the Joplin City Code, Section 2-107, "Financial interest disclosure", requiring certain officials and employees of the City of Joplin to file Financial Interest Disclosure Statements as described herein.
2.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018-611

AN ORDINANCE approving the applications of Ozark Christian College, for 2019 Conference Series promotions; MSSU Alumni Association for Alumni Tracking Software; Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity (with George Washington Carver National Monument), for Carver Legacy Event; Active Lifestyle Inc., for Joplin Memorial Run; Joplin Disc Golf Club for 14th Annual Four State Open; Rufus Racing, for Summer Roundup Triathlon; Downtown Joplin Alliance for 2019 Events Marketing Campaign; ProMusica for 2019 Concert Series promotions; Joplin Art Fest Committee for the Joplin Arts Fest; Carl Junction Chamber of Commerce for the 19th Annual Carl Junction Bluegrass Festival; Emancipation Celebration Committee for Emancipation Park Day Celebration; Joplin History and Mineral Museum, for Museum Marketing Campaign; George A. Spiva Center for the Arts, for PhotoSpiva; Connect 2 Culture, for Fiddler’s on the Route; Wildcat Glades Friends Group, for Shoal Creek Water Festival; and TwelveOne Race Management, for the Mother Road Marathon, for utilization of FY2019 Festivals and Celebrations support pursuant to Ordinance No. 2000-148, as authorized by the voters on November 7, 2000; authorizing the City Manager to execute appropriate agreements with each such organization for the utilization of such funds.
12.

Ordinances - Second Reading and Third Reading

1.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018-266

COUNCIL BILL NO.  2018-266 - an ordinance amending Ordinance No. 2004-256, passed by the Council of the City of Joplin, Missouri, November 15, 2004, by removing from District R-1 and including in District R-2-PD property as described below and located approximately 225 feet south of 20th Street, on the east side of Delaware Avenue, City of Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri.

Documents:
  1. CB2018-266.pdf
13.

Unfinished Business

14.

New Business

1.

News and Information from Public Information Officer Lynn Onstot

2.

Vote to go into closed session, which shall pertain to legal action, causes of action, or litigation including a public governmental body and any confidential or privileged communications between a governmental body or its representatives and its attorneys; and the hiring, firing, disciplining, or promotion of an employee or particular employees of a governmental body involving personal information more specifically for the purpose of evaluating certain Council employees; as set forth in Section 610.021(1) (3) RSMo, as amended, 2017. This meeting, record, and vote to be closed to the extent provided by law. The City Council shall adjourn at the end of the session.

Anyone wishing to address the Council should step to the podium and state his/her name and address. If the matter is not a Public Hearing, a request to speak to the Council should be prepared prior to the meeting. Speaking time will be limited to five (5) minutes.

Sound enhancement units are available for hearing impaired customers who provide a form of identification as security, which will be returned to the customer upon the return of the unit.

Those in need of disability-related auxiliary aids or services should contact the City Clerk's office at (417) 624-0820, ext. 220 no later than 48 hours prior to the meeting.

Notice posted at ____ p.m. on this the __ day of ____, ____. (RSMo 610.020)