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Work on the 63rd Street Bridge

 

Crime Watch

Raytown Crime Watch

The Raytown Crime Watch organization is comprised of dedicated volunteers, who take pride in their community and dedicate both time and talent to deter crime by serving as “extra eyes and ears for the police department“.

The Raytown Crime Watch organization is working to maintain crime at a low level keeping Raytown a desirable community in which to live. Watch for the RAYTOWN CRIME WATCH signs on the sides of our vehicles in your neighborhood.

If you are interested in becoming an involved citizen and you have a few hours to spare please contact Crime Watch information line at 816-984-6790 for more information and to leave us a message.

Raytown Police Blotter from 1/8/2010 to 1/26/2010

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Nicole Grivno honored for her work on the Raytown H.E.A.R. program

 Health Emergency Assistance Response (H.E.A.R.)

H.E.A.R provides assistance to persons registered during times of weather emergencies (extreme temperatures or storms in summer and winter).  This service is free to Raytown residents who qualify as handicapped, elderly and frail, or relying on a health device powered by electricity.

During times of weather emergencies, as duties permit, the Raytown Police will respond to your residence to offer assistance.

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Public Comments at Raytown Board of Aldermen meeting on 1/19/2010

Andy Whiteman comments of proposed property codes changes.

Roman’s Roundtable

Misouri State Representaive Roman LeBlanc (43rd District) will be meeting with constituants on Saturday, January 30th from 10 to 11am.  Location 16301 E. State Route 350, Raytown, MO. 64138.  He requests RSVP by email: Roman.LeBlanc@house.mo.gov or call his office @ (573) 751-2124

Board of Alderman agenda

RAYTOWN BOARD OF ALDERMEN
TENTATIVE AGENDA
JANUARY 19, 2010
REGULAR SESSION NO. 19
RAYTOWN CITY HALL
10000 EAST 59TH STREET
RAYTOWN, MISSOURI 64133
OPENING SESSION
7:00 P.M.

Invocation – Rev. Cory Thompson, Pastor, Beacon Free Will Baptist Church
Pledge Of Allegiance
Roll Call
Proclamations and Presentations
Proclamation recognizing Nicole Grivno and the H.E.A.R Program
Public Comments

STUDY SESSION (15 Minutes)
Transportation Outlook 2040
Presented by Mid America Regional Council

LEGISLATIVE SESSION

1. CONSENT AGENDA
All matters listed under the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine by the Board of Aldermen and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items. The Mayor or a member of the
Board of Aldermen may request that any item be removed from the Consent Agenda and it will be considered
separately.

Approval of the Regular January 5, 2010 Board of Aldermen meeting minutes. R-2232-10: A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND APPROVING THE PURCHASE OF A COMPUTER SERVER AND THIRTEEN WORKSTATIONS FROM DELL MARKETING, L.P. IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $44,622.24 TOGETHER WITH APPROVAL TO PURCHASE ADDITIONAL COMPUTER EQUIPMENT FROM DELL MARKETING, L.P. IN EXCESS OF $15,000.00 BUT WITHIN BUDGETED AMOUNTS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 OFF THE STATE OF MISSOURI COOPERATIVE INTERGOVERNMENTAL PURCHASING AGREEMENT.  Point of Contact: Jim Lynch, Police Chief.
Sponsor(s): Municipal Committee.

R-2233-10: A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND APPROVING THE PURCHASE OF A 2010 FORD TRANSIT VAN AND A 2010 FORD ESCAPE FROM DICK SMITH FORD OFF THE MID AMERICA COUNCIL FOR PUBLIC PURCHASING COMPETITIVE BID PACKAGE IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $40,341.00 AND AMENDING THE FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 BUDGET FOR SUCH PURPOSE. Point of Contact: Andy Noll, Public Works Director. Sponsor(s): Municipal Committee.

R-2234-10: A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND APPROVING AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF RAYTOWN, MISSOURI AND WTI SERVICES, LTD FOR SERVICES AND SOFTWARE IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED AND APPROPRIATING $114,918.00 FROM THE UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS OF THE CAPITAL SALES TAX FUND. Point of Contact: Jeremy Willmoth, Finance Director. Sponsor(s): Finance Committee.

REGULAR AGENDA

2. Public Hearing: A public hearing to consider proposed text amendments to the Subdivision Regulations and Chapter 22 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Raytown. 2a. SECOND Reading: Bill No. 6198-10, Section XIII. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CITY CODE SECTION 22 RELATING TO PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT REGULATIONS FOR THE CITY OF RAYTOWN, MISSOURI. Point of Contact: Beth Linn, Community Development Director. Sponsor(s): Planning & Zoning Commission.

3. FIRST Reading: Bill No. 6199-10. Section V-A. AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF LEE’S SUMMIT FOR A KANSAS CITY AREA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY EXPRESS BUS PARK AND RIDE LOCATION WITHIN THE CITY OF RAYTOWN. Point of Contact: Jeremy Willmoth, Finance Director. Sponsor(s): Finance  committee.

4. FIRST Reading: Bill No. 6200-10, Section XI. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 5, BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURAL APPURTENANCES, BY ADDING A NEW ARTICLE XIV RELATING TO THE REGISTRATION OF VACANT AND ABANDONED PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY. Point of Contact: Beth Linn, Community Development Director. Sponsor(s): Municipal Committee.

5. Communication from Mayor

6. Communication from City Administrator

7. Committee Reports

ADJOURNMENT

Next Ordinance No.: 5337-10

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

This is also posted in the events calendar.

Board of Aldermen meeting Jan. 6th 2010


Pat Ertz reading the Martin Luther King Day proclamation.


Officer Daniel Spyers  is sworn in to the Raytown Police Dept.


Public comments to the Raytown Board of Aldermen. Subject include Martin Luther King Jr. Day, snow removal and consent agenda.

Complete audio of the meeting

(16 meg mp3 file)

Board of Aldermen Agenda

RAYTOWN BOARD OF ALDERMEN
TENTATIVE AGENDA
JANUARY 5, 2010
REGULAR SESSION NO. 18
RAYTOWN CITY HALL
10000 EAST 59TH STREET
RAYTOWN, MISSOURI 64133

OPENING SESSION
7:00 P.M.

Invocation – Pat Jackson, Blue Ridge Presbyterian Church of Christ
Pledge Of Allegiance
Roll Call
Proclamations and Presentations

Proclamation in honor of the birth of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Swearing in of Police Officer Daniel Spyers

Public Comments

STUDY SESSION

Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Budget Document (15 minutes)

Jeremy Willmoth, Finance Director

LEGISLATIVE SESSION

1. CONSENT AGENDA

All matters listed under the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine by the Board of Aldermen and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items. The Mayor or a member of the Board of Aldermen may request that any item be removed from the Consent Agenda and it will be considered separately.

Approval of the Regular December 15, 2009 Board of Aldermen meeting minutes.

R-2227-10: A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF RAYMOND GUYETT
TO THE CITY OF RAYTOWN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY BOARD OF
DIRECTORS. Point of Contact: Teresa Henry, City Clerk. Sponsor: Mayor Bower.

R-2228-10: A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND APPROVING CHANGE ORDER NO. 1
TO THE AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE CITY OF RAYTOWN AND WILSON
PLUMBING FOR THE WHITE OAK CENTER SANITARY SEWER PROJECT, ACCEPTING
ALL WORK PERFORMED UNDER SAID CONTRACT AND AUTHORIZING FINAL
PAYMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $14,640.00. Point of Contact: Andy Noll, Public Works
Director. Sponsor(s): Aldermen Melson, Lightfoot, Ertz, Aziere.

R-2229-10: A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND APPROVING THE PURCHASE OF
TWO LIFEPAK 15 CARDIAC MONITOR/DEFIBRILLATORS AND ONE AED FROM
MEDTRONIC/PHYSIO CONTROL OFF THE STATE OF MISSOURI OFFICE OF
ADMINISTRATION PURCHASING AND MATERIALS DIVISION COOPERATIVE
CONTRACT IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $60,652. Point of Contact: Matt
Cushman, Emergency Medical Director. Sponsor: Finance Committee.

R-2230-10: A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND APPROVING AN AGREEMENT FOR
CONFINEMENT OF PRISONERS BY AND BETWEEN THE RAY COUNTY SHERIFF’S
DEPARTMENT AND THE CITY OF RAYTOWN, MISSOURI. Point of Contact: Jim Lynch,
Chief of Police. Sponsor: Mayor Bower.

REGULAR AGENDA

2. R-2231-10: A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND APPROVING PARTICIPATION BY THE
CITY OF RAYTOWN IN INDIVIDUAL AND JOINT APPLICATIONS TO THE MISSOURI
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES FOR THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND
CONSERVATION BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM UNDER THE AMERICAN RECOVERY AND
REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009. Point of Contact: Andy Noll, Public Works Director.
Sponsor(s): Mayor Bower.

3. SECOND Reading: Bill No. 6196-09. Section V-A. AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING
AND APPROVING AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH THE JACKSON
COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS TO UTILIZE CITY HALL AS A
POLLING PLACE FOR PRECINCTS BR 14 AND BR 15 DURING THE 2010 CALENDAR
YEAR. Point of Contact: Teresa Henry, City Clerk. Sponsor: Mayor Bower.

4. Public Hearing: A public hearing to consider proposed text amendments to the
Subdivision Regulations and Chapter 22 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Raytown.

4a. FIRST Reading: Bill No. 6198-10, Section XIII. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CITY
CODE SECTION 22 RELATING TO PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT REGULATIONS FOR
THE CITY OF RAYTOWN, MISSOURI. Point of Contact: Beth Linn, Community
Development Director. Sponsor(s): Planning & Zoning Commission.

5. Communication from Mayor

6. Communication from City Administrator

7. Committee Reports

ADJOURNMENT

Next Ordinance No.: 5336-09

Water Main Breaks in North Raytown

A 12-inch water main broke at 53rd and Raytown Road. While the water company reported that this caused a preasure loss for houses in that area, some residents reported that the loss of preasure was total.  Cold weather is likely a factor in the break.
Fox 4 reported the break happened early Saturday morning, but individuals in the area said they were without water on Friday for hours. The break has been fixed.