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City Administrator’s Report for 11/22/2013

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

Public Works

The White Oak West Sanitary Sewer Line A construction project contractor will soon start the large diameter underground bore necessary for the project. One boring location will place the sewer under the creek and the other will place the sewer under 83rd Street.

Public Works took possession of the new bucket truck this week. Staff is excited for the delivery as the order was approved by the Board of Aldermen on January 15, 2013. The new truck can reach slightly higher than the old truck and has several safety and operational improvements that will make operations more efficient and safer. The old and new truck will be on display in the parking lot of City Hall at the next Board of Aldermen meeting on December 2, 2013.

As the Metropolitan Planning Organization, the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) is tasked with developing and updating plans and policies that direct the future of the transportation network in the Kansas City region. MARC is seeking public input on the update to the Transportation Outlook 2040; the regional planning document for transportation. The vision of the planning document is “Together, we envision: A safe, balanced, regional multimodal transportation system that is coordinated with land-use planning, supports equitable access to opportunities and protects the environment.” The Transportation Outlook 2040 policy framework includes:

 • Accessibility
 • Climate change/energy use
 • Economic vitality
 • Environment
 • Place making
 • Public health
 • Safety and security
 • System conditions
 • System performance

The public is encouraged to take a survey that can be found at www.to2040.org to voice their opinions and thoughts for the transportation network in the Kansas City region.

Development & Public Affairs

On Thursday, November 14th, the U.S. Department of Agriculture performed their annual inspection of the City’s animal control operations. The visit included an inspection of the City’s animal control vehicle, animal control records and animal control record keeping practices. At conclusion of the inspection, the inspector concluded that all aspects of the city’s animal control operations were approved.

Board, Committee and Commission Meetings, and Events

November 26 – Legislative Committee 6:00 p.m.
November 28 & 29 – Thanksgiving Holiday City Hall Offices Closed

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