A resolution allowing the Unified Government to sell the Legends 14 Theatre is on tonight’s UG Commission agenda.
The sale of the theater was discussed at a Monday night UG committee meeting.
Tonight’s UG Commission meeting begins at 7 p.m. April 30 at City Hall, Commission Chambers, 701 N. 7th, Kansas City, Kan.
A closed special session is scheduled at 5 p.m. April 30 in the 9th floor conference room at City Hall to discuss labor. At 6 p.m. April 30 in the Commission Chambers, there will be a graduation ceremony for Kansas City, Kan., police.
Several other items are on the 7 p.m. April 30 agenda:
– A resolution of intent to have a public hearing to issue $18 million in industrial revenue bonds for NPIF2 Kansas Avenue, LLC. The project is at 5100 Kansas Ave., near the Fleming Foods building. Commercial buildings would be renovated and there would be an addition of 50 new jobs.
– A special use permit application from Ben Barreth for Homes for Hackers LLC, to allow up to five individuals to operate businesses out of the home at 4428 State Line Road. This item passed the Planning Commission on a 6-2 vote.
– A change of zone from single family district to agriculture district for an accessory building at 2947 N. 91st St., applicant, Michael L. Kane.
– A special use permit for live entertainment in conjunction with existing restaurant at 151 S. 18th St., applicant, Jorge Salazar.
Renewal of a special use permit for a kennel for four dogs at 3322 N. 128th Court, applicant, Andrea J. Hulse.
– Renewal of a special use permit for a banner program in the Downtown Improvement District, applicant, Chuck Schlittler with Downtown Shareholders.
– Renewal of a special use permit for a trailer for monthly meetings and to keep supplies at 5035 Muncie Drive, applicant, Hill Top Saddle Club.
– Special use permit for signs for Legends Auto Mall at 1930 N. 98th St., applicant represented by Curtis Peterson with Polsinelli.
– Vacation of right-of-way and an alley at 1404 S. 37th St., applicant, Argentine Neighborhood Development Association. The address is the former Simmons Funeral Home.