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City Administrator’s Report for 11/18/2011

City Administrator’s Report
FROM: Mahesh Sharma, City Administrator

City Hall will be closed on November 24th & 25th in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

Human Resources
The City’s annual Anniversary Luncheon was held on Friday, November 18th; those employees being recognized and honored for their service to the City of Raytown were;

5 YEARS: Carol Foland, James Taylor, Diana Burge, Elizabeth Bennett, James Forristal, Megan

Cunningham, Chad Dillinger, and Joshua Gantt

10 YEARS: John Benson, Bronna Durgan, Rosalie McNamara, Loutreces Thurman, Christopher Shrout, Lora Shireman, Chief Jim Lynch, Janet Pell, and Keith Schouten

15 YEARS: Candice Schwarz and Craig Shafar

25 YEARS: David Berry

30 YEARS: Theodore Bowman

35 YEARS: Deborah Pisciotta

Public Works
Wiedenmann & Godfrey, the sanitary and storm water infrastructure contractor, has completed underground work on the sanitary repair at the 86th Terrace and Evanston project and has placed several of the driveways that were removed as part of the project. The contractor will continue restoration work in the area next.

The street sweeper has been busy in areas with significant amounts of leaves to make sure the street is clean and the leaves stay out of the storm sewer system.

The cost of fuel takes another twist; the cost of diesel is increasing and the cost of unleaded is decreasing. The current cost of fuel is $2.92 per gallon for Unleaded and $3.58 per gallon for Diesel. The FY 2011-2012 fuel budget for all departments was established with the assumption fuel would average $3.50 per gallon.

Crews have worked all week on roadway repairs on Arlington just north of 53rd Street with 15 tons of asphalt being set in place this week.

Crews corrected a sidewalk trip hazard on 54th Street after staff was notified of the condition.

Staff assisted in the demolition of the Amoco station by locating the sanitary sewer connection to facilitate the proper removal of the connection. The proper removal of the connection is one step staff takes to minimize inflow and infiltration of storm water into the sanitary sewer system. Minimizing inflow and infiltration is a key factor in reducing system overloading, backups and treatment fees.

Board, Committee and Commission Meetings, and Events
November 21 – Police Pension Review Committee Meeting; Mayor’s Office, 7:00pm
November 21 – Park Board Meeting; Park Office, 7:00pm

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