Consultant to JCDS board
Take into account approving the Appointment of John Bartolac – Sixth District consultant to the Developmental Helps Board by way of Aug. 31, 2026.
Chairman appointments to Sustainability Coalition
Take into account Ratifying the Chairman appointments to the Sustainability Coalition: Kim Winslow, Sara Greenwood, Piercyn Charbonneau, Shaun Pietig, and Emily Randel by way of Oct. 31, 2024; Kristin Riott, Chris DeVolder, Scott A Schulte, Lara Isch, and Jennifer Gunby by way of Oct. 31, 2025; and Ashok Gupta, Megan Parsons, Lindsey Constance, Tom Jacobs and Ajay N Kasarabada by way of Oct. 31, 2026.
Chairman appointments to Variety, Fairness, and Inclusion Coalition
Take into account Ratifying the Chairman appointments to the Variety, Fairness, and Inclusion Coalition: Jae Moyer, James (Jim) Terrones, Sandy Geduldig, Dr. Victoria Haynes, and Charles McAllister Jr. by way of Oct. 31, 2024; Samantha von Ende, Kathleen Smith, Jeffrey Mendoza, and Saaliha Khan by way of Oct. 31, 2025; and Thamara Subramanian, Graciela Couchonnal, Michael Poppa, and Paulina Tabares by way of Oct. 31, 2026.
MOU for certification program for sanitary sewer extensions
Take into account authorizing the Chairman to execute a Memorandum of Understanding with the Kansas Division of Well being and Surroundings to implement a certification program for sanitary sewer extensions.
Plat approval for ‘Bonar Estates’
Utility No. W 23-314-PP/FP (GA). Take into account a request from Jason Eastland, applicant, and Elmer Glen Bonar Revocable Belief, landowner, for Preliminary and Remaining Plat approval for 3 residential heaps on 151 acres, to be often called “Bonar Estates,” on property zoned RUR, Rural District, situated at 31540 W. 151st St., in Part 3, Township 14, Vary 22.
Allow for upkeep facility at AirCenter
Decision No. 088-23. Utility No. W 23-313-SP (GA). Take into account a request from Roger Barrett, SK Design Group, applicant, on behalf of Kansas Division of Transportation, leaseholder and Johnson County Airport Fee, landowner, for a particular allow for a for an operational and upkeep facility at 90 Leawood Drive, New Century AirCenter, on 10.1 acres.
Authorizing bonds for industrial facility at New Century
Decision No. 086-23. Take into account adopting a decision authorizing Johnson County to challenge Taxable Industrial Income Bonds within the principal quantity to not exceed $54,100,000 for the aim of financing the development of an industrial facility situated at 16175 John Glenn Method, New Century, and to grant an advert valorem tax abatement on the constructed enhancements for 10 years beginning at $0.30 a foot escalating at 1.5 % (1.5%)annually thereafter and getting into right into a cost in lieu of tax (PILOT) settlement, and sure different paperwork in reference to the issuance of the bonds.
Plan for refrigerated warehouse at AirCenter
Decision No. 087-23. Utility No. W 23-315-PDP/FDP (GA). Take into account a request from Polsinelli, PC, applicant, and landowner, Johnson County, for a preliminary and closing improvement plan for a refrigerated warehouse facility, paved parking and associated infrastructure enhancements, on 36.23 acres, on property zoned PEC3, Deliberate Gentle Industrial Park District, situated at 27302 W. 159th St., on the New Century AirCenter.
Setting public listening to on proposed bond challenge
Decision No. 089-23. Take into account scheduling a public listening to for Nov. 2, 2023, at 9:30 a.m. on the Johnson County Administration Constructing on the proposed issuance of business income bonds and granting of advert valorem tax exemption for the good thing about 27302 W. 159th Road, LLC, or its successors and assigns.
Having public listening to on proposed 2024 Motion Plan
Decision No. 065-23. Conduct a public listening to to obtain feedback on the proposed 2024 Motion Plan; take into account adopting the 2024 Motion Plan as beneficial on Aug. 16, 2023, by the Housing and Group Growth Advisory Committee; and take into account adopting Decision No. 065-23, which authorizes the County Supervisor to carry out sure duties associated to the 2024 Motion Plan, together with authorizing submission of the plan to the U.S. Division of Housing and City Growth and to take different actions essential to implement the Plan. The 2024 Motion Plan has an estimated funding quantity of $2,713,649 consisting of an estimated $1,404,000 in Group Growth Block Grant (CDBG) and $1,309,649 in Dwelling Funding Partnerships (HOME) funds for housing and neighborhood improvement actions.
Amending settlement with Miami County Fireplace District No. 2
Sitting because the Governing Physique of Fireplace District No. 2, take into account authorizing an modification to the prevailing five-year settlement with Miami County Fireplace District No. 2 to supply fireplace and rescue companies inside the boundaries of Miami County Fireplace District No. 2.
Settlement with Spring Hill on fireplace and rescue companies
Sitting because the Governing Physique of Fireplace District No. 2, take into account authoring a one-year settlement with the Metropolis of Spring Hill to supply fireplace and rescue companies to that portion of the town that isn’t situated inside the boundaries of Johnson County Fireplace District No. 2.
Contracts for wastewater facility restore and enchancment companies
Request for Proposal (RFP) No. 2023-026, Take into account authorizing time period and provide contracts with Crossland Heavy Contractors, Inc. and MegaKC Company for on-call wastewater facility restore and enchancment companies in an quantity to not exceed $6,500,000 for a one-year time period with the choice to resume yearly for as much as 4 further one-year phrases.