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CITY COUNCIL MEETING
MONDAY, MAY 10, 2010
I. CALL TO ORDER
A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Liberty, Missouri was held in the Council Chambers at City Hall on May 10, 2010 with Mayor Greg Canuteson presiding. Mayor Canuteson called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
II. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The invocation was given by Lyndell Brenton, who then led the pledge of allegiance.
III. ROLL CALL
Roll call was answered by Paul Jenness and Harold Phillips, Ward I; Greg Duncan and Jeff Moore, Ward II; Lyndell Brenton and Jeff Watt, Ward III; and Fred Foster and Nick King, Ward IV. Also in attendance were Curt Wenson, City Administrator; Dan Estes, Assistant City Administrator; Steve Hansen, Public Works Director; Steve Anderson, Planning and Development Director; Amy Brusven, Human Resources Director; Craig Knouse, Police Chief; Mike Snider, Deputy Fire Chief; Dennis Dovel, Parks and Recreation Director; Tony Sage, Information Services Director; Anna Slocum, Assistant Parks and Recreation Director, Leann Lawlor, Aging Services Coordinator; Jonna Wensel, Community Development Manager; Dwayne Woldruff, Police Officer; Shawnna Funderburk, Assistant to the City Administrator; Janet Pittman, Deputy City Clerk and 17 members of the public.
IV. APPROVE MINUTES AND SUMMARIES (SEE CONSENT AGENDA)
V. CITIZENS' PARTICIPATION
Mayor Canuteson read the National Police Week Proclamation and presented it to Police Officer Dwayne Woldruff.
Mayor Canuteson read the National Historic Preservation Month Proclamation and presented it to Historic District Review Commission member Kelly Wrenn Pozel.
Mayor Canuteson read the Older Americans Month Proclamation and presented it to Aging Services Coordinator Leann Lawlor, community volunteers and professionals.
VI. MEETING SCHEDULE
VII. CONSENT AGENDA
A. STUDY SESSION SUMMARY OF APRIL 19, 2010
Council Member King moved to approve the meeting summary as distributed. Council Member Watt seconded the motion, which carried unanimously.
B. REGULAR SESSION MINUTES OF APRIL 26, 2010
Council Member King moved to approve the minutes as distributed. Council Member Watt seconded the motion, which carried unanimously.
C. EXECUTIVE SESSION MINUTES OF APRIL 26, 2010
VIII. PUBLIC HEARINGS
IX. ORDINANCES, CONTRACTS AND RESOLUTIONS
A. ORDINANCE ACKNOWLEDGING VENDOR PAYMENTS FOR THE PERIOD OF APRIL 16, 2010 THROUGH APRIL 30, 2010
Document No. 7164 was read. Council Member King moved to approve the vendor payments. Council Member Brenton seconded the motion. Vote on the motion was as follows: Council Member Phillips - yes; Council Member Moore - yes; Council Member Brenton - yes; Council Member Foster - yes; Council Member Jenness - yes; Council Member Duncan - yes; Council Member Watt - yes; Council Member King - yes. The motion carried unanimously; it was approved by the Chair and inscribed in Ordinance No. 9588.
B. A RESOLUTION APPROVING A TEMPORARY EVENT LIQUOR LICENSE
FOR HISTORIC DOWNTOWN LIBERTY, INC. ON MAIN STREET (BETWEEN KANSAS AND FRANKLIN) ON SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 2010
Council Member Phillips moved to approve the resolution. Council Member Jenness seconded the motion, which carried unanimously and is inscribed in Resolution No. 2458.
C. LIBERTY ACCESS BUS
1. MOTION TO PURCHASE A BUS FROM MID-AMERICA COACH IN THE AMOUNT OF $50,418.15
Council Member Watt made a motion to approve the purchase. Council Member Jenness seconded the motion, which carried unanimously.
2. AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A CERTAIN CONTRACT WITH
WELLS FARGO IN THE AMOUNT OF $53,290.28 FOR THE LEASE/PURCHASE OF A BUS, LIBERTY, MISSOURI
Document No. 7165 was read. The contract was remanded back to the Budget Committee to determine whether the bus should be purchased outright or through a lease/purchase.
X. OTHER BUSINESS
XI. MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS FROM CITY ADMINISTRATOR
XII. MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS FROM MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
The meeting adjourned at 7:30 p.m.
Deputy City Clerk