The Unified Government Commission will meet tonight in a remote Zoom meeting.
Several planning and zoning items are on the 7 p.m. meeting agenda.
On the 5 p.m. special session agenda are a presentation on COVID-19, and a presentation about the Central Area plan.
The 7 p.m. agenda includes three public hearings: on the Neighborhood Revitalization Area Plan Renewal for 2021 to 2025; on Riverfront TIF project area 1 for the Yards II apartment project; and on the EPIC TIF project plan and development agreement for the Menards southwest of I-35 and 18th Street Expressway.
The 7 p.m. Oct. 29 agenda also will include:
• 13635 Hollingsworth Road, change of zone from agriculture district to single-family district to allow the property owner to sell the buildings and retain the land.
• 4811 Parallel Parkway, special use permit, and change of zone from limited business district to planned general business district for limited auto repairs.
• 10901 State Ave., change of zone from agriculture district to planned general industrial district for Urban Outfitters distribution center, Hillwood Enterprises.
• 11255 Leavenworth Road, renewal of special use permit for live entertainment, Rowe Ridge Vineyard and Winery.
• 1112 Booth St., renewal of special use permit for a short-term rental AirBNB, ExZance Properties.
• 732 N. 57th St., special use permit for an earthen fill.
• 310 N. 11th St., special use permit for the temporary use of land for a modular classroom for Pearson Elementary School.
• 10901 State Ave., Master Plan Amendment from Entertainment to Business Park, Hillwood Enterprises.
• 5900 Speaker Road, preliminary and final plan review for a parking lot for storage trailers, Olsson.
• 2930 S. 44th St., ordinance for a special use permit for a used auto dealership.
• 3100 S. 74th St., ordinance rezoning property from signle-family district to agriculture district.
• 2947 N. 83rd St., ordinance authorizing special use permit for a home occupation single customer salon.
• 3716 Springfield St., ordinance authorizing special use permit for a short-term rental AirBNB.
• 601 Central Ave., ordinance authorizing special use permit for a microbrewery and drinking establishment.
• 1041 Berger Ave., 1044 McAlpine Ave. and 522, 523 and 525 S. 11th St., vacation of alley, Scojo’s Property Management, recommended for denial.
• Central Area Master Plan consideration.
• 31st and Kimball Avenue Sanitary Stream Crossing Improvement Project, ordinance directing UG lawyers to start proceedings to acquire land for the project.
• Ordinance amending the capital maintenance improvement projects, with changes to the police tow lot project and authorizing issuing general obligation bonds or temporary notes to finance all or a part of the costs of the improvements.
• 69th and College Parkway, plat of Turner Logistics Center, second plat, developed by NP Turner Industrial LLC.
• 1101 S. 5th St., plat of Lot 1, Prime Industrial Development II, being developed by Premier Investments.
• 115th and Parkview Avenue, plat of Honey Creek Estates Replat, developed by Colbert Family Living Trust.
• 91st and Parallel Parkway, plat of Lowell Brune Elementary School, of the Kansas City, Kansas, Public Schools.
• Public hearing on the Neighborhood Revitalization Area Plan Renewal for 2021 to 2025.
• Public hearing on Riverfront TIF project area 1 for the Yards II apartment project.
• Public hearing on the EPIC TIF project plan and development agreement for the Menards southwest of I-35 and 18th Street Expressway.
• An agreement with the Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 40, for Jan. 1, 2020, through Dec. 31, 2021.
• Nomination of Murrel Bland, reappointment to the Landmarks Commission, by Commissioner Melissa Bynum.
• Nomination of Anne McDonald, reappointment to the Housing Authority, by Commissioner Brian McKiernan.
• Nomination of Tamika McClain to the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, submitted by Mayor David Alvey.
Land Bank applications
New construction – single family homes
• 617 Elizabeth Ave., Blake Lostal
• 624 Orville Ave., Blake Lostal
• 10841 Country Side Drive, Mosaic Construction Co.
• 737 Tauromee Ave., S&M Management LLLC
• 455 N. Bluegrass Drive, Darlene Dunn
• 5249 N. 109th St., Sean McLucas
• 14141 Minnesota Ave., Sean McLucas
• 3341 N. 87th St., Lucio Vazquez
• 1236, 1238, 1240 Armstrong Ave., Omar Khalil
• 926 S. Coy St., Oscar Guzman
• 3819 Lloyd St., Rogelio Avalos
• 1302 S. 38th St., Mitch Graham
New construction – duplexes
• 1132 and 1134 Armstrong Ave., Omar Khalil
• 1136 and 1138 Armstrong Ave., Omar Khalil
• 4903 Dixie Ave., Rogelio Avalos
New construction – commercial
• 1841 State Ave., Marquis Custom LLC (build chapel and parking lot for funeral home)
• 1857 Minnesota Ave., Marquis Custom LLC
• 1873 Minnesota Ave., Marquis Custom LLC (coffee shop, doughnut and pizza shop)
New construction – garages
• 2027 N. 4th St., Angela Knight
• 1926 N. 25th St., Paul Tyes
• 3422 and 3430 N. 32nd Terrace, Irvin Jackson (needs to cancel lease)
Land Bank property transfers
Rehab – new construction side lot
• 2401 N. Tremont St., for neighboring home currently being rehabbed. Contractor is requesting neighboring lot to build a deck and driveway.
Land Bank land swap
• Fred Del Toro applied for a special use permit to put livestock on his property but it was at the entrance of Quindaro Cemetery. The Land Bank was asked if it would have property it could swap to meet his needs.
• 3347 and 3456 N. 31st Terrace
Land Bank Lot
• 3314 N. 47th St.
The meetings will be available for viewing on UGTV on cable television and YouTube, and on Zoom.
Those who want to speak at the public hearings may use Zoom to connect to the meeting:
Webinar ID: 820 4711 9091
Phone (Toll Free):
888 475 4499 or 877 853 5257
For more information about how to connect to the meetings, visit https://www.wycokck.org/BOC-Virtual-Meeting.aspx.