The following are designated as main trafficways of the city pursuant to K.S.A. 12-685 et seq. for purposes of bond financing certain improvements:
(a) Nicholson Road beginning at its southern point of the City limits and proceeding north to the northern point of the City limits is hereby designated a main trafficway known as the Nicholson Road Main Trafficway.
(b) The 6th Street Main Trafficway from its western most intersection with Glick Street easterly to its eastern intersection with the Marshall Street Trafficway is to be improved under the Street Improvement Program.
(c) Glick Street from is southern intersection with the 6th Street Main Trafficway to its northern intersection with 7th Street is designated as the Glick Street Main Street Trafficway Connector and is to be improved under the Street Improvement Program.
(d) 5th Street from its western most intersection with the Nicholson Road Main Trafficway easterly to its eastern intersection with Nobel Avenue is designated as the 5th Street Main Street Trafficway Connector and those portion of the 5th Street Main Trafficway Connector from its western intersection with the Nicholson Road Main Trafficway easterly to the its eastern intersection with Logan Street and its western intersection with Marshall Street Main Trafficway easterly to its intersection with Noble Avenue are to be improved under the Street Improvement Program.
(e) Oakhill Drive from its eastern most intersection with the Nicholson Drive Main Trafficway westerly to its termination is designated as the Oakhill Drive Main Trafficway Connector and is to be improved under the Street Improvement Program.
(f) Manor Drive from its northern intersection with the Irish Drive Main Trafficway to its southern intersection with Kimberly Lane is designated as the Manor Drive Main Trafficway Connector and beginning at the southern intersection of the Manor Drive Main Trafficway Connector with Kimberly Lane northward approximately 500 feet is to be improved under the Street Improvement Program.
(g) Kimberly Lane from its eastern intersection with the Marshall Street Main Trafficway westerly to its intersection with Leprechaun Drive is designated as the Kimberly Lane Main Trafficway Connector and that portion of the Kimberly Lane Main Trafficway Connector that intersects with the western edge of Manor Lane easterly to its eastern intersection with the Marshall Street Main Trafficway is to be improved under the Street Improvement Program.
(h) 2650 Avenue from it western most intersection with the Marshall Street Main Trafficway easterly to the City limits is designated as the 2650 Avenue Main Trafficway Connector and that portion which intersects with the western edge of the Marshall Street Main Trafficway intersection easterly for approximately 250 feet is to be improved under the Street Improvement Program.
(i) Shamrock Drive from its southern point in the Chapman Sports Complex northerly to its intersection with the 6th Street Main Trafficway is designated as the Shamrock Street Main Trafficway Connector and all of which is to be improved under the Street Improvement Program.
(j) 6th Street and Irish Drive beginning at each street’s eastern point of the City limits of the City and proceeding west to each street’s termination at the western point of the City limits of the City are hereby designated main trafficways known as the 6th Street Main Trafficway and the Irish Drive Main Trafficway.
(k) Each City street that intersects or connects to the 6th Street Main Trafficway or the Irish Drive Main Trafficway be designated a trafficway connector.
(K.S.A. 12-685 et seq.; Ord. 543; Ord. 961; Ord. 964; Code 2016)
(a) Fund established. In accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 12-1,118 there is hereby established a capital improvement fund which shall be used by the city to finance in whole or in part any public improvement need set forth in the city’s capital improvement plans.
(b) Policy objective. It is the policy objective of the Governing Body that such fund shall be used primarily to provide a financing mechanism for the repair, restoration and rehabilitation of existing public facilities. Further it is the intent of the Governing Body to utilize current revenues to be credited to the fund, to the maximum extent possible to meet the city’s present and future public infrastructure needs and to avoid the costs of unnecessary indebtedness.
(c) Use for studies. Monies in such fund may be used to pay the cost of engineering and other advanced public improvement plans and studies with the fund periodically reimbursed from bond proceeds, special assessments or state or federal aid that may be available for the completed project.
(d) Plan of operation.
(1) The City Administrator shall submit to the Governing Body an annual CIP of operation for the implementation of this section. Such plan shall provide that the annual, revised and adopted capital improvements plan of the city identify those improvement to be financed from the fund during the following year.
(2) Beginning in 2011 the City Administrator shall annually submit, at the same time and as a part of the annual operating budget, such proposed revenue allocations and budget transfers as may be necessary (a) to finance those improvements scheduled for completion in the following year the cost of which may be credited to the fund as provided by the capital improvements plan, and (b) to set aside money to be annually reserved for future improvements as provided in the capital improvements plan.
(e) Investing. Money in the capital improvements fund shall be invested in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 10-131 and amendments thereto, with interest thereon credited to such fund.
(Ord. 925; Code 2016)
(a) There is hereby created a municipal equipment reserve fund pursuant to the provisions of K.S.A. 12-1,117 and all City budgets in the future may budget accordingly for said fund.
(b) The governing body has determined that it is necessary to provide a fund for the purchase of equipment which shall include machinery, vehicles, and other equipment or personal property including, but not limited to computer hardware and software and that a fund should be created wherein money shall be placed in said fund for the purchase of the aforementioned equipment in future years.
(Ord. 749, Code 2016)
(a) The City Council, on such terms and conditions as it deems prudent and appropriate from time to time, may pass a resolution authorizing the City to (i) enter into contract, (ii) acquire real or personal property, (iii) provide grants, or (iv) take such other actions as arc reasonably necessary to provide Economic Development Incentives within the City.
(b) All or a portion of the costs attributable to any Economic Development Incentive authorized by a resolution under subsection (a) may be paid for from the proceeds derived from the sale, issuance and delivery of the City’s general obligation bonds including its temporary notes and from any other legally available and encumbered funds made available to or for the City for payment of all or any portion of such approved Economic Development Incentive.
(Ord. 940; Code 2016)
The levy and imposition of a one percent (1%) Citywide retailers’ sales tax and application of the revenue received therefrom to the general costs of City projects, as well as street and other public infrastructure projects in the City, are hereby authorized and directed, with collection of the sales tax to commence on January 1, 2012.
(Ord. 931; Code 2016)