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Meeting Name: Neighborhood Planning and Development Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/29/2023 1:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: 26th Floor, Council Chamber
Webinar Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84530222968
Published agenda: Agenda 11.29.23 Agenda 11.29.23 Published minutes: Not available  
Agenda packet: Agenda Packet Agenda Packet
Meeting video:  
Attachments: CID Report 11.29.2023
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230949 1  OrdinanceSponsor: Director of Housing and Community Development Department Estimating and appropriating $575,000.00 in the Domestic Violence Grant Fund; and authorizing the City Manager to accept a 36-month grant renewal administered by the Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women, in the amount of $575,000.00 to fund the Community Arrest Program.Adv and Do PassPass Action details Not available
230962 1  OrdinanceSponsor: Mayor Quinton Lucas Accepting the recommendations of the Housing Trust Fund Advisory Board with modifications; authorizing the Director of the Housing and Community Development Department to execute various HTF Round III funding agreements and expend up to $9,840,999.00 from funds appropriated in the Housing Trust Fund; and requiring certain contract provisions.Adv and Do Pass as Cmte SubPass Action details Not available
230969 1  ResolutionSponsor: Mayor Quinton Lucas RESOLUTION - Directing the City Manager to launch a Contract Assistance Team pilot program to facilitate increased efficiency and cross-departmental coordination in the execution of funding agreements authorized by the Council.Immediate AdoptionPass Action details Not available
230970 1  ResolutionSponsor: Mayor Quinton Lucas and Councilperson Melissa Patterson Hazley RESOLUTION - Directing the City Manager to develop a common application for housing and economic development funds administered by the City and report back to Council within 90 days.Immediate AdoptionPass Action details Not available
230971 1  ResolutionSponsor: Mayor Quinton Lucas and Councilperson Melissa Patterson Hazley RESOLUTION - Directing the City Manager to update the process by which funding agreements are established for non-federal economic development funds administered by the City and to report back to the Council within 90 days.Immediate AdoptionPass Action details Not available
230978 1  ResolutionSponsor: Councilmember Wes Rogers RESOLUTION - Amending the KCIA Area Plan by amending the Proposed Land Use Plan and Map for an approximately 30 acre tract of land generally located north of Highway I-435 and south of N.W. Cookingham Drive (2801 N.W. Cookingham Drive) by changing the recommended land use designation from "mixed use community" to "commercial/industrial." (CD-CPC-2023-00139)Adv and Do PassPass Action details Not available
230979 1  OrdinanceSponsor: Councilmember Wes Rogers Rezoning an area of about 30 acres generally located north of Highway I-435 and south of N.W. Cookingham Drive (2801 N.W. Cookingham Drive) from District AG-R to District M2-3 and approving a preliminary development plan which also serves as a preliminary plat for a data center development consisting of two lots and two tracts. (CD-CPC-2023-00138 and CD-CPC-2023-00140)Adv and Do Pass as Cmte SubPass Action details Not available
230936 1  OrdinanceSponsor: Director of City Planning and Development Department Amending Chapter 88, the Zoning and Development Code, for the purpose of creating a process to allow persons with disabilities to apply for a reasonable accommodation to the Zoning and Development Code, by enacting a new Section 88-571, Relief for Reasonable Accommodation, and by repealing Sections 88-805-02, Residential Use Group, and 88-810-700, Household, and enacting in lieu thereof new sections of like number and subject matter for the purpose of ensuring the City’s regulations are in compliance with federal law.Hold on Agenda  Action details Not available
230937 1  OrdinanceSponsor: Director of City Planning and Development Department Approving the Westside Heritage Urban Renewal Plan on approximately 736 acres on an area generally bounded by I-670 on the north, Broadway/Southwest Boulevard/Southwest Trafficway on the east, W. 31st Street on the south, and the Stateline/25th Street/Kansas City Terminal Railway tracks on the west, pursuant to Land Clearance Redevelopment Authority Law. (CD-CPC-2023-00141) ***Held until 2/21/2024***Hold on Agenda  Action details Not available