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12-16-145417RezoningThis rezoning is for Canyon Creek Shores, located in the vicinity south of Prairie Star Parkway and west of Clare Road, from the existing RP-2, Planned Residential (Medium Density) to RP-1, Planned Residential (Low Density) Zoning District.  This is a rezoning request as well as a revised preliminary plat request.  The rezoning request from the existing RP-2, Planned Residential (Intermediate-Density) Zoning District to RP-1, Planned Residential (Low Density) Zoning District for a 13 lot subdivision which will be a part of the Canyon Creek HOA.
12-16-145416Special Use PermitThis is a Five Year Special Use Permit renewal for The Sweet Nook, to allow commercial use of residential property, located at 13117 West 95th Street. This Special Use Permit is generated by the base zoning of R-1, which allows for a commercial use of residential property with a Special Use Permit.  The business specializes in made to order cupcakes, cookies and cakes for parties and special events.
12-16-145415Levy Special AssessmentsOn September 2, 2014 the City established the Lenexa Logistics Centre North Stormwater Special Benefit District (SBD) to finance various public improvements associated with the Project, including a stormwater facility., westbound turn lanes on College Blvd., a water main extension and a sanitary sewer extension. The SBD is being done on the maximum assessment method and the property owner has waived notice and hearing on the assessments. This ordinance levies the assessments. If the costs come in less at the end of the project, the City will pass an amended ordinance adjusting the assessments accordingly.
12-16-145414Levy Special AssessmentsOn September 2, 2014 the City established the Lenexa Logistics Centre North Winchester Special Benefit District (SBD) to finance various public improvements associated with the Project, including a north/south road referred to as Winchester St., a westbound turn lane on College Blvd., a traffic signal at the intersection of College Blvd. and Winchester St. and a water main extension. The SBD is being done on the maximum assessment method and the property owner has waived notice and hearing on the assessments. This ordinance levies the assessments. If the costs come in less at the end of the project, the City will pass an amended ordinance adjusting the assessments accordingly.
12-02-20145413Code AmendmentThis ordinance will authorize and adopt the revisions of City Code Section 3-8-B-2, which relates to Parking Regulations, and Article 3-8-G, which relates to definitions for Parking Regulations.
11-18-145412RezoningThis ordinance rezones Mill Creek Village, located at approximately the northeast corner of the future Ridgeview Road and Highway K-10, from AG, Agricultural, RP-3, Planned Residential (Medium-High Density) and BP-2, Planned Manufacturing Zoning Districts to CP-3, Planned Regional Commercial Zoning District.
11-18-145411RezoningThis ordinance rezones Twilight Acres, 3rd Plat, located at 7802 Allman Road, from the R-1, Residential Single-Family Zoning District to RP-E, Planned Residential Estates Zoning District. 
11-18-145410Special Use PermitThe approved ordinance is for a Five Year Special Use Permit for Smiley’s Golf Course, located at 10195 Monticello Terrace. 
11-18-145409CondemnationThis ordinance authorizes the City to file a condemnation petition to acquire rights of way and easements necessary for the 113th and Renner Intersection Project. This ordinance authorizes the City to file a condemnation petition for three properties. 
11-18-145408Industrial Revenue BondsThis Ordinance authorizes the City to issue its industrial revenue bonds (taxable under federal law), Series 2014 (Lenexa Logistics 4, LLC), in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $18,000,000 for the purpose of acquiring, constructing and equipping a commercial facility, and authorizing the execution of certain documents in connection with the issuance of the bonds (Building 4, Lenexa Logistics Centre, located at the southwest corner of Renner Boulevard and 113th Street ).
11-18-145407Industrial Revenue BondsThis Ordinance authorizes the City to issue its industrial revenue bonds (taxable under federal law), Series 2014 (College K, LLC), in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $7,500,000 for the purpose of acquiring, constructing and equipping a commercial facility, and authorizing the execution of certain documents in connection with the issuance of the bonds (College Crossing Business Park Building “K,” located at the southwest corner of 112th Street and Strang Line Road ).
11-04-145406Industrial Revenue BondsThis Ordinance authorizes the City to issue its industrial revenue bonds, Series 2014 (Vertex CAC, LLC) in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $17,700,000 for the purpose of acquiring, constructing and equipping a commercial facility (Vertex 9806 Lackman Road).
10-21-145405Amendments to Unified Development CodeThe creation of this amendment will change the duration of an approved Special Use Permit for in home daycare for a 10 year term, with administrative reviews to be performed every two years. The amendment also includes minor changes to the definition section of daycare.
10-21-145404Special Use PermitThis Special Use Permit for Dark Horse Distillery, located at 11730 West 86th Terrace, is generated by the base zoning of BP-2, which allows for basic industry with a Special Use Permit. The Dark Horse is a distillery that manufactures liquor as well as hosts various events, i.e. weddings, receptions, luncheons, business functions/meetings.
10-21-145403Special Use PermitThis Special Use Permit for Nexus Church, located at 15101 College Boulevard, is generated by the base zoning of BP-1, which allows for a church/place of worship with a Special Use Permit. Currently located in Olathe, the church is relocating to the Lenexa area.
10-21-145402Utility Easement VacationThis ordinance vacates a 10 foot wide utility easement located within Lot 2, Cottonwood Canyon, 7th Plat. Lots 1 thru 3 of Cottonwood Canyon, 1st Plat were replatted in September of 2013 to provide for larger lots.  As a result of the replat this utility easement is longer needed. This vacation request was initiated by Lenexa Land Holdings, LLC.
10-07-145401CondemnationThis ordinance authorizes the City to file a condemnation petition to
acquire rights of way necessary for the K-10 and Lone Elm Interchange Project. The Project is a joint project with KDOT and Olathe and the City is responsible for acquiring the necessary easements and rights of way in Lenexa. This ordinance
authorizes the City to file a condemnation petition for five properties. Staff will continue to negotiate with the property owners on this project to acquire the properties outside of condemnation after the petition has been filed.
10-07-145400Annual AppropriationsAs part of the annual budget process, state law requires the City to
adopt an ordinance authorizing and ratifying the payment of all claims and invoices received during FY 2015, provided there are budgeted funds for the payments. The proposed ordinance also authorizes the Mayor and/or City Administrator to execute all
on-going licensing and maintenance agreements included in the annual budget.
09-16-145399RezoningRezoning the property located at 12340 Santa Fe Trail Drive from CP-2 to the BP-2 zoning designation will allow for the subject parcel to develop in a similar fashion to adjacent parcels and be incorporated into the proposed building expansion.
09-16-145398Amending Ordinance No. 5145 and adopting a Second Amended Project Plan One (Ridgeview Mining TIF)This ordinance incorporates the following modifications: reduction in the amount of eligible TIF reimbursement to Meritex; increase in eligible costs for the Britton St. and 99th St. (Phase 1) improvements; and deletion of certain third party improvements, certain Meritex improvements and the 99th St (Phase 2) and Ridgeview improvements – in anticipation of their inclusion in future project plans as development occurs.
09-02-145397ROW VacationThis ordinance vacates a portion of “Old” 83rd Street Right-of-Way located at the southeast corner of 83rd Terrace and Quivira Road. .
09-02-145396RezoningThe applicant is proposing to rezone the property to BP-2 to allow for a multi-tenant business park consisting of two single-story office/warehouse buildings and two single-story distribution buildings.
08-19-145395General Obligation Refunding BondsThe City conducted a competitive sale for the 2014B bonds on August 19th.  The bonds are being issued to achieve interest cost savings on bonds issued in previous years.  The bonds will be awarded to the best bidder if an acceptable amount of interest cost savings is achieved; the ordinance and resolution authorize the issuance of the bonds and the delivery of the bonds to the best bidder.
08-19-145394General Obligation BondsThe City conducted a competitive sale for the 2014A bonds on August 19th.  The bonds will be awarded to the best bidder; the ordinance and resolution authorize the issuance of the bonds and the delivery of the bonds to the best bidder.
08-19-145393RezoningThis rezoning request is for a 20-foot wide parcel, purchased from Hughes Machinery.  This 20-foot strip was included in the plan that was approved by the Planning Commission on June 30, 2014, for “College Crossing, Building L”.  This rezoning is necessary in order for the zoning of the 20-foot wide area to be consistent with the remainder of the site.
08-19-145392Special Use PermitThis request for a five year Special Use Permit is triggered by the existing NP-O base-zoning district to allow personal services.  Personal Services, massage therapy, is allowed with a Special Use Permit in the NP-O district, the applicant previously obtained an SUP for this location and as a result of relocating the SUP had not been maintained.
08-19-145391City Code AmendmentThis ordinance amends and repeals several public offenses, to more closely mirror the language under state law. 
08-19-145390City Code AmendmentThis ordinance makes it an offense to falsely report an officer has committed a crime or misconduct, and reorganizes and renames the City’s obstruct ordinance to more closely align with state law.
08-19-145389City Code AmendmentThis ordinance reflects the name change of the facility at 11184 Lackman Road from Lenexa Conference Center to Thompson Barn.
07-15-145388Amendments to the Unified Development CodeTo expand on and codify the current policies relating to lighting with the goal to develop regulations that are compatible with surrounding municipalities and are easy to understand and enforce.
07-15-145387Special Use PermitThe renewal of a ten-year Special Use Permit for Verizon Wireless to allow the continued operation of a wireless communication tower located at 9131 Noland Road.
07-15-145386Special Use PermitThe renewal of a five-year Special Use Permit to allow in-home daycare, as defined in the UDC under the "general" category, for up to 12 children in a single family residence located at 13101 W 95th Street.
07-15-145385Special Use PermitThe Cat Clinic located at 9421 Pflumm Road requests a revision to the 20-year Special Use Permit to allow for an on-site dwelling unit to be located within the basement of the veterinary hospital.
07-15-145384General Obligation BondsOrdinance authorizing the issuance of general obligation bonds by the City to pay the cost of a Conference Center all pursuant to Charter Ordinance no. 72 of the City (City Center East Hotel Conference Center).
07-15-145383General Obligation BondsOrdinance authorizing the City to make certain storm drainage improvements within the City, and authorizing the issuance of general obligation bonds of the City all pursuant to K.S.A. 12-631r and 12-631s.
07-01-145382FranchiseThis ordinance will grant Teleport Communications America, LLC a franchise to construct, operate, and maintain a telecommunications system within Lenexa.  This franchise ordinance includes a 5% franchise fee.  The maximum term of this franchise will be 10 years
06-17-145381Special Use PermitA Special Use Permit renewal to allow in-home day care, as defined in the UDC under the "general" category, for up to 12 children at 15731 W 81st Street.
06-17-145380Special Use PermitA Special Use Permit renewal to allow in-home day care, as defined in the UDC under the "general" category, for up to 12 children at 9116 Twilight Lane.
06-17-145379Revised Special Use PermitThe Mid-America Volleyball (MAVS) SUP for five years was originally approved in July 2013 to allow “personal instruction”.  A request is being made to revise the SUP to allow for weekend competitions typically held in February and March.
06-17-145378Amending the City Code regarding weaponsThis ordinance is in response to HB 2578 (2014) which significantly modified the ability of cities to adopt or enforce ordinances regarding firearms and knives.  This ordinance will become effective July 1, 2014, which is the same effective date as HB 2578.
06-03-145377Establishing a Community Improvement DistrictWith the exception of some City owned common area and right of way, Hunter, Inc. is the owner of 100% of the land within the proposed City Center East Village (CCE CID I).   This proposed CID includes the B.E. Smith office building, parking structure, common area plaza and vacated City row west of the parking structure and will be funded with a 1% CID sales tax.  The CID revenues generated from the Grand Street sales will be used to reimburse Grand Street for the restaurant tenant finish costs it incurred as well as its improvements associated with an outdoor patio space; and the balance of the CID revenues will be used by Hunter, Inc. for approved CID costs.
05-20-145376Amendments to Unified Development codeEarlier this year the Unified Development Code was amended specifically relating to Temporary Structures, staff realized the definitions would be more appropriately placed with “Definitions of General Terms”.  This amendment is simply a housekeeping item moving the definition from one section to another.
05-20-145375Amendments to Unified Development codeDuring the review process for the recently approved Cat Clinic Special Use Permit, the applicant expressed a desire to live on-site in order to provide overnight medical care to the animals as well as for the security of pharmaceutical medications kept on-site.  This amendment will allow living quarters in veterinary clinics with certain limitations as explained in the report.
05-20-145374Special Use PermitA Special Use Permit is required for an in-home day care to be able to care for more than six children.  This is a request for an initial One Year Special Use Permit to allow the use of an in-home daycare, as defined in the Unified Development Code under the "General" category, for up to twelve children at 12407 W. 99th Street.
05-06-145373City Code AmendmentThis ordinance will repeal and amend City Code Chapter 2-3, which regulates massage therapy establishments and the practice of massage therapists within Lenexa.
05-06-145372FranchiseThis ordinance will grant Bluebird Network, LLC a franchise to construct, operate, and maintain a telecommunications system within Lenexa.  This franchise ordinance includes a 5% franchise fee.  The maximum term of this franchise will be 10 years.
04-15-145371FranchiseThis ordinance will grant ExteNet Systems, Inc. a franchise to construct, operate, and maintain a telecommunications system within Lenexa.  This franchise ordinance includes a 5% franchise fee.  The maximum term of this franchise will be four years.
04-15-145370Adopting Redevelopment (TIF) Project Plan 2B (City Center East Hotel/Conference Center Project)Pursuant to State law, the Governing Body is required to hold a public hearing to consider adoption of a redevelopment (TIF) project plan.  The project plan is established by ordinance and requires a 2/3 vote of the Governing Body.  This Project Plan 2B covers the approximately 6 acre site the City owns and is under contract to convey to LCCH and DJE on or about May 2, 2014.  The Project is anticipated to generate approximately $8,015,787 in TIF Revenues over the 20 year term of the TIF and includes both private and public reimbursable TIF expenses.  The City enters into DDA’s with entities receiving TIF Revenues under an approved TIF Project Plan.  The DDA implements the Project Plan setting forth the specific items eligible for TIF reimbursement, the amount and priority for TIF reimbursement and the term for reimbursement. 
04-15-145369Establishing a Community Improvement DistrictThe City is the owner of approximately 8.6 acres in City Center East and is under contract to convey approximately 6 of these acres to Lenexa City Center Hotel Corporation (LCCH) to construct a hotel with conference center and to DJE CCE, LLC (DJE) to construct an upscale, sit down restaurant.  DJE has an option to purchase the remainder of the property (Lot 1) to construct a mixed use development consistent with the City Center zoning.  LCCH and DJE have submitted a petition requesting the City establish a CID funded with a 1% CID sales tax to commence on January 1, 2016 (the “CID Revenues”) to help finance these projects, including the future development on Lot 1.  Pursuant to State law, the Governing Body must hold a public hearing to consider establishing a sales tax CID and the CID must be established by ordinance. The CID would extend over a 22 year term commencing on the date the CID sales tax is first levied.  The City enters into a CID Development Agreement with each entity receiving CID Revenues which agreement implements the CID setting forth the items eligible for CID reimbursement, the amount and priority for CID reimbursement and the term for reimbursement.
04-01-145368City Code AmendmentThis is an ordinance increasing the limit for donations to be considered by the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board from $2500 to $10,000.  Due to the rising costs of typical donation items such as trees and benches, donations can frequently exceed current approval limits.  All donation recommendations come through the Director of Parks and Recreation to the Park Advisory Board for approval and the recommended limits are consistent with city purchasing policy approval amounts.  The Director of Parks and Recreation will provide a summary of all donated items approved by Park Board to the City Council on an annual basis. 
03-18-145367Amendments to Unified Development CodeThis update proposes to omit specific land uses as well as amend the Accessory Uses and Structures section of the UDC to better address temporary use and temporary structure situations.
03-18-145366RezoningThe CEVA-Biomune campus consists of several parcels on both sides of Rosehill Road and recently acquired property on Long Street to incorporate into the overall campus located at 8902-8936 Long.
03-18-145365Special Use PermitThis is a request for a 20-year Special Use Permit to allow for a veterinary hospital located at 9421 Pflumm Road in an NP-O, Neighborhood Office zoning district.
03-18-145364Special Use PermitA Special Use Permit is required for an in-home day care to be able to care for more than six children.  The is a request for a five year Special Use Permit renewal is to allow the continued use of an in-home daycare, located at 8021 Park Street, as defined in the Unified Development Code under the "general" category, for up to twelve children.
03-18-145363Special Use PermitA Special Use Permit is required for an in-home day care to be able to care for more than six children.  The is a request for a five year Special Use Permit renewal is to allow the continued use of an in-home daycare, located at 8906 Dunraven Street, as defined in the Unified Development Code under the "general" category, for up to twelve children.
03-18-145362City Code AmendmentThe City Code provides for a City Retirement Committee to administer and amend the City’s various employee retirement plans.  Due to recent changes in the Management Team structure, staff proposes changing the membership of the committee by eliminating the Human Resources Director position and one appointed position from the committee while adding the Administrative Services Director/Chief Financial Officer position and the Parks and Recreation Director position to the committee.
03-04-145361Loan AgreementThis Agreement sets out the terms and conditions under which the City will make an economic development loan to GDC and Guaranty Development Group (the new owner and developer of the Greystone South Plaza shopping center) to make certain improvements and upgrades to the facility.  The Agreement sets forth the terms and conditions of the project including financing through an economic development loan; performance standards; and security. 
03-04-145360RecodificationWith several changes to the Management Team structure and job titles, the City needs to adopt and recodify its ordinances and Governing Body Policies in order to correctly reflect positions and titles.
02-19-145359City Code AmendmentThis ordinance makes multiple changes to 4-1-E-15 to adopt the latest versions of regional documents for design and add processes for deviations and appeals. The changes include adopting updated regulations for the design of improvements with respect to storm water runoff (Section 4-5-E-15-A), adopting updated guidelines for best management practices (Section 4-5-E-15-B), adding a process for seeking deviations (Section 4-5-E-15-D), and adding a process for appealing deviations (Section 4-5-E-15-E).
01-21-145358Special Use PermitOne Year Special Use Permit for Bean Babies Day Care, to allow an in home day care for more than six children, located at 9248 Noland Road, in the RP-1, Planned Residential (Low-Density) Zoning District.
01-21-145357City Center TIF District (The Domain)This Project Plan incorporates approximately 3.19 acres and is located at the southwest corner of Renner Blvd. and 87th Street Parkway.   The improvements to be constructed as part of the Project Plan include The Domain at City Center project consisting of approximately 200+/- luxury multi-family residences and associated parking structure, as well as the construction of various public streets including Winchester Rd. from 87th St. south approximately 1,110 feet, and both 88th Street and 88th Place from Winchester to Penrose.   The Project is anticipated to generate approximately $6.547 million in TIF Revenues over the 20 year TIF term and includes both eligible private and public reimbursable TIF expenses.
12-17-135356RezoningA proposal to rezone from CP-1, Planned Neighborhood Commercial to RP-5, Planned Residential (High-Rise High-Density) Zoning District to construct a 135 unit senior living facility consisting of three care levels; independent living, assisted living, and memory care for Dial Senior Living Campus, located at approximately the northwest corner of College Boulevard and Pflumm Road,
12-17-135355Special Use PermitA five year Special Use Permit renewal to allow in-home day care, as defined in the UDC under the "general" category, for up to 12 children for Bright Futures Child Care, located at 8123 Lichtenauer Drive.
12-17-135354Special Use PermitA three year Special Use Permit renewal to allow in-home day care, as defined in the UDC under the "general" category, for up to 12 children for Middleton Family Day Care, located at 8617 Greenwood Lane.
12-17-135353Industrial Revenue BondsThe ordinance authorizes the issuance of up to $6,750,000 in Industrial Revenue Bonds for phase II of the Renner Commerce Center (located on the southeast Corner of Renner Boulevard and 108th Street).  The City previously adopted Resolution No. 2013-66 expressing its intent to issue the bonds and authorizing a six year, 55% tax abatement for the project.  The bonds are not an obligation of the City and are the sole responsibility of the Renner Commerce Center ownership entity.
12-03-1372Charter OrdinanceThe Charter Ordinance would permit the issuance of general obligation bonds for any project the Governing Body determines serves a public purpose.  The Charter Ordinance would repeal existing Charter Ordinance No. 56.
12-03-135352Right-of-Way VacationThis ordinance will vacate a portion of 95th LaneRight-of-Way located at the southeast corner of Prairie Star Parkway and 95th Lane.  The vacation of this portion of Right-of-Way was a stipulation for final plat approval for the Mansions at Canyon Creek Second Plat and was initiated by Prairie Star Associates, LLC.
12-03-135351Right-of-Way VacationThis ordinance will vacate a portion of 89th Street and Ryckert Street Right-of-Way located within the Lenexa City Center East area.  The vacation will allow for the future development of a hotel/conference center and was initiated by Chip Corcoran on behalf of the City of Lenexa.
12-03-135350Code AmendmentThis is an ordinance amending Lenexa City Code provisions related to Off Street Parking requirements. 
11-19-135349Code AmendmentThis is an ordinance amending Lenexa City Code provisions related to Public Hearing Notice requirements.
11-19-135348Code AmendmentThis is an ordinance amending Lenexa City Code provisions related to veterinary clinics in Agricultural Zoning Districts.
11-19-135347Special Use Permit RenewalA three year Special Use Permit renewal for Kristin’s Day Care, located at 7836 Park St. to allow in-home day care, as defined in the UDC under the "general" category, for up to 12 children.
11-19-135346RezoningA proposal to rezone Prairie Creek, Bldg. 10, located at approximately the northwest corner of Prairie Star Parkway and Renner Boulevard from an office zoning to commercial zoning to allow for restaurant uses with drive-thru lanes and general retail uses. 
11-19-135345Right-of-Way vacationThis ordinance will vacate a portion of Clare Road Right-of-Way, located at the southwest corner of Clare Road and 98th Street.  The vacation will allow for the future development of Lot 64 Canyon Creek by the Lake Second Plat and was initiated by Canyon Creek Real Property Holdings, LLC.
10-15-135344Establishing a Community Improvement DistrictThe City received a petition from more than 55% of the property owners to establish a 1% sales tax CID over the Greystone South Plaza Project located northwest of 87th St. Parkway and Rosehill Road.  The Governing Body held a public hearing to consider approval of the CID and then acted on the ordinance establishing the CID and levying the 1% CID sales tax over the project area.  
10-15-135343CondemnationThis ordinance authorizes the City to file a condemnation petition to acquire rights of way and easements necessary for the College Boulevard (Renner Boulevard to Western City Limits) Project.  Although this Project is included within the KDOT Gateway Project, the City is responsible for acquiring the easements and rights of way necessary for the Project in Lenexa.
10-01-135342Repealing City Code SectionThis ordinance will repeal the Employee Benefits Fund which is no longer used.  The majority of the benefits that were previously paid from the Employee Benefit Fund have been consolidated into the General Fund. The exceptions to this would be the Health Care Fund and the Workers Compensation Fund in which both of these funds the City is self-insured and therefore must be reported as an internal service fund.
10-01-135341City Code AmendmentThis is an ordinance amending Lenexa City Code provisions dealing with legislative changes to prostitution related offenses. 
10-01-135340City Code AmendmentThis is an ordinance amending Lenexa City Code provisions dealing with calculating prior offenses to determine the severity level of DUI and related offenses.
10-01-135339City Code AmendmentThis ordinance will incorporate by reference the 2013 edition of the Standard Traffic Ordinance (STO) into the Lenexa Municipal Code, along with specific changes and additions unique to the City’s needs. 
10-01-135338AppropriationsAs part of the annual budget process, State law allows the City to pass an ordinance authorizing and ratifying the payment of all claims & invoices received during FY 2014, provided there are budgeted funds for the payments.  The proposed ordinance also authorizes the Mayor and/or City Administrator to execute all on-going licensing and maintenance agreements included in the annual budget. 
09-17-135337CondemnationThis ordinance authorizes the City to file a condemnation petition to acquire rights of way necessary for the 95th Street and I-35 Interchange from Noland Road to Monrovia Street Project.  Although this Project is included within the KDOT Gateway Project, the City is responsible for acquiring the easements and rights of way necessary for the Project.  This ordinance authorizes the filing of the condemnation petition for the partial takings on the Project.  A prior ordinance authorized the City to file a condemnation petition for the four properties that will be taken in their entirety for the Project.  Staff will continue to negotiate with the property owners on this project to acquire the properties outside of condemnation after the petition has been filed. 
08-20-135336Code AmendmentThe creation of this amendment will allow hospitals in additional zoning districts subject to supplementary use regulations that will apply to all hospitals, whether permitted by right or requiring a Special Use Permit.  The supplementary regulations address access, heliports/helipads, noise, and lighting, as well as allowing the Governing Body to grant exceptions.
08-20-135335Special Use PermitThis Special Use Permit is generated by the base zoning of BP-2, which allows for Basic Industry with a Special Use Permit.  The Mid-America facility pre-treats a sugary by-product to reduce the strength of the wastewater before it is pumped to the county’s plant for final treatment and discharge into the environment.
08-20-135334CondemnationThis ordinance authorizes the City to file a condemnation petition to acquire rights of way necessary for the 95th Street and I-35 Interchange from Noland Road to Monrovia Street Project.  Although this Project is included within the KDOT Gateway Project, the City is responsible for acquiring the easements and rights of way necessary for the Project.  This ordinance only authorizes the City to file a condemnation petition for the four properties that will be taken in their entirety for the Project.  A subsequent ordinance will be presented at a later date to authorize the filing of the condemnation petition for the partial takings on the Project.  Staff will continue to negotiate with the property owners on this project to acquire the properties outside of condemnation after the petition has been filed. 
08-06-135333Levying Special Benefit District AssessmentUpon petition of the owner of 100% of the property within the proposed special benefit district (“SBD”), the City established the Lenexa Logistics SBD on June 4, 2013 and subsequently amended the maximum estimated cost of the public improvements from $4,135,000 to $4,965,000.  This proposed ordinance will levy the special assessments based on the amended maximum estimated cost of the improvements.  After the project is complete, the City will determine the final actual costs and if they are less, the City will pass an amended ordinance adjusting the amount of the special assessments levied on the property. 
08-06-135332Code AmendmentA recent restructuring of Municipal Court requires an update to the City code sections dealing with probation monitors.  This change will require that any probation monitors used are approved by the Municipal Court.
07-16-135331General Obligation Bonds Series 2013AThe City will conduct a competitive sale for the Series 2013A general obligation bonds on July 16th.  The bonds will be awarded to the best bidder; the ordinance and resolution authorize the issuance of the bonds and the delivery of the bonds to the best bidder.
07-16-135330Repealing Ordinance No. 5319The City levied the maximum assessments for the Lenexa Logistics SBD on June 18, 2013, but at the request of the Developer and 100% property owner within the SBD, the maximum costs of the SBD increased and the maximum assessments will need to be levied in the adjusted amount.
07-16-135329Code AmendmentStaff has noticed a trend of property owners wanting to construct accessory buildings or structures greater than 1,000 square feet for agricultural related uses outside of the AG zoning district.  In these cases, the parcels or tracts are greater than one acre and the size of the home located on the parcel or tract is large enough to allow accessory buildings or structures larger than 1,000 square feet.
07-16-135328Special Use PermitThis special use permit is to allow the outdoor patio to remain open until 1a.m.  The original one-year request to allow a drinking establishment with outdoor seating was approved in 1994, with a one-year renewal in 1995 and then consecutive three-year renewals being approved until 2002.  In 2002 a five-year request to extend the use of the patio to 1 a.m. was approved and another 5-year renewal in 2008.  This request is for a 10-year approval.
07-16-135327Special Use PermitMid-America Volleyball (MAVS) is proposing to provide lessons for 60 to 70 students between the ages of 10-18 with 12 to 14 coaches, at any given time.  Hours of operation will be primarily between 4:00 - 9:30 pm on weekdays, and 8 am – 6 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.  They will not be hosting any types of tournaments.
07-16-135326Code AmendmentAs part of City staff’s periodic review of truck routes it was determined that updates were necessary. This amendment removes several truck routes in the vicinity of City Center and Old Town and clarifies the description of truck routes in the City.
07-02-135325Attesting to the possible increase in property tax revenues for budget year 2014State statute requires an ordinance if property tax revenues for the next budget year exceed the current year.  This ordinance does not obligate the City to increase the property tax revenue for 2014, but allows the City to consider this potential action.
06-18-135324Code AmendmentThe ordinance would amend City Code Section 3-9-I-1 to clarify the City’s firearm carry laws.  It allows for the open carry of firearms on public property so long as the firearm is carried in a holster with the safety on and remains in the immediate control of the person carrying at all times.   It also prohibits concealed and open carrying of weapons at City-sponsored events where alcohol and/or cereal malt beverages are served or consumed.  Finally, it creates a distinct misdemeanor offense when an individual carries a loaded firearm during the commission of a list of other enumerated municipal misdemeanor offenses.  None of the provisions in the Section which apply to concealed carry are applicable to any person who is licensed to carry concealed under the Personal and Family Protection Act.
06-18-135323General Obligation BondsThe City will issue general obligation bonds to finance previously approved capital projects (Series 2013A bonds) and to issue temporary notes for preliminary financing of street construction in the Lenexa Logistics Centre special benefit district (Series 2013B notes).  Authorization by ordinance is required for the storm drainage improvements included in the Series 2013A issue, and authorization by resolution is required for the main trafficway improvements included in the Series 2013A issue.
06-18-135322Special Use PermitThis request is required for Letko Cycles to occupy approximately 4,100 square feet of the 69,794 square foot multi-tenant building. A Special Use Permit is required to allow “Vehicle and Equipment Sales/Rental” (for a motorcycle dealership and service center) in the CP-3, Planned Regional Commercial Zoning District.  This five year SUP received a recommendation for approval by the Planning Commission on June 3, 2013.
06-18-135321Adopting Redevelopment (TIF) Project Plan 4APursuant to state law, the Governing Body is required to hold a public hearing to consider adoption of Project Plan 4A in the City Center TIF District.  This Project Plan covers Phase 1 of the Residences at City Center project consisting of approximately 306 luxury multi-family apartments, clubhouse, pool and other site amenities on approximately 117 acres located east of Renner Blvd. and north of 87th St. Pkwy. It is anticipated to generate approximately $7M in TIF Revenues over the 20 year TIF term and includes both eligible private and public reimbursable TIF expenses.
06-18-135320Adjusting Special AssessmentsThe City established the College Crossing special benefit district (SBD) on February 15, 2011 to construct various public improvements and levied the maximum assessments authorized in the SBD on June 21, 2011 by Ordinance No. 5208.  The improvements have been completed and the final costs are over $196,000 less than the original amount assessed against the properties in the SBD.  This ordinance amends and adjusts the assessments to be consistent with the final costs.
06-18-135319Levying Special AssessmentsOn June 4, 2013 the established the Lenexa Logistics special benefit district (SBD) to finance various public improvements associated with the Project, including an internal public road; turn lanes on Renner Blvd and a storm water detention facility.  The SBD is being done on the maximum assessment method and the property owner has waived notice and hearing on the assessments.  This ordinance levies the assessments.  If the costs come in less at the end of the project, the City will pass an amended ordinance adjusting the assessments accordingly. 
06-18-135318Code AmendmentDuring the last legislative session, the Governor approved and signed HB 2093 which made changes to certain misdemeanor computer crime offenses. This legislation is designed to address the unauthorized access and disclosure of the means of access of a computer, social networking website, computer network and similar systems containing personal electronic content. The City wishes to add computer crimes to the City Code so that these violations can be prosecuted in municipal court.
06.04.135317Franchise

This ordinance will grant CenturyTel Fiber Company II and its affiliates a franchise to construct, operate, and maintain a telecommunications system within Lenexa.  This franchise ordinance includes a 5% franchise fee.  The maximum term of this franchise will be 10 years. 

05.21.135316Adopting Amendments to the Lenexa Comprehensive PlanThis ordinance adopts multiple changes that incorporate new and updated information regarding demographics, sustainability, land use, transportation, watershed, and financial management.
05.21.135315Code Amendment - Home Occupation and Day Care

 

This ordinance adopts changes to the UDC.  Specifically, this ordinance sets forth supplementary use regulations for daycares and requirements for home occupations.  The changes include allowing certain activities that were previously listed as exemptions as accessory uses to property, requiring landlord consent for daycares within a residential rental property, providing a new definition of home occupation, updating the limitation of area within a residence that can be used for a home occupation, requiring landlord consent for home occupations within a rental building, removing a prohibition regarding building additions, removing the requirement to obtain an administrative permit, allowing stipulations to be placed on business licenses for home occupations, removal of a provision regarding abatement of home occupations, and other changes to clarify and update current practices.
05.21.135314Code Amendment - Veterinary HospitalsThis ordinance adopts changes to the UDC regarding veterinary hospitals.  Specifically, this ordinance allows veterinary hospitals as a permitted use within the BP-2 zoning district, updates the use schedule to show “veterinary hospital” as a permitted use in the BP-2 zoning district, and provides additions and changes to the supplementary use regulations regarding veterinary hospitals to minimize impacts to adjacent properties and clarify current practices.
05.21.135313RezoningRezoning for Lenexa Hy-Vee Gas, located at 13080 W. 87th Street Parkway, from CP-1, Planned Neighborhood Commercial Zoning District to CP-2, Planned Community Commercial Zoning District.
05.21.135312Special Use PermitThis request for an initial one year Special Use Permit to allow in-home daycare, as defined in the UDC under the “general” category, for up to 12 children.
05.21.135311Special Use PermitThis request for a ten year renewal of a Special Use Permit allows a church/place of worship at 14900 W. 106th Street.
05.21.135310Right-of-Way VacationThis ordinance vacates portions of 87th Street Parkway Right-of-Way west of Renner Boulevard.
04-16-135309RezoningRezoning for The Residences at Lenexa City Center, located in the vicinity east of Renner Boulevard and north of 87th Street Parkway, from CC, Planned City Center Zoning District to RP-5, Planned Residential (High-Rise, High-Density) Zoning District.

 

04-16-135308Special Use PermitTo allow for the operation of a small bakery to be known as The Sweet Nook in a residential dwelling.
04-16-135307Establishing the Quivira 95 CID

To establish a Community Improvement District on the property located at the nw corner of 95th St. & Quivira Rd. All of the property within the proposed CID is owned by the petitioner. The CID will be financed with the levy of a 1% sales tax on sales within the CID which would commence on October 1, 2013 and extend for a period of 22 years.

04-16-135306TIF Project Plan 1 in the I-35 & 95th Street TIF DistrictThe project plan incorporates approximately 1.37 acres and is located at the nw corner of 95th St. & Quivira Rd. All of the property within the proposed project plan is owned by the applicant, Quivira Properties, LLC. The project plan includes both private and public Tax Increment Financing eligible costs.
04-16-135305Right-of-Way VacationThis ordinance vacates portions of 89 Street and Renner Avenue Right-of-Way located within the Lenexa City Center East area.
04-03-135304Industrial Revenue Bond IssuanceOn April 3, 2012, the City Council passed a resolution of intent to issue approximately $6 million in IRBs on behalf of Oddo Development’s construction of a commercial facility referred to as Building D, in the Lackman Business Center at 100th Terrace and Lackman Rd. At that time, the City also held a public hearing on the applicant’s request for a tax abatement and approved a 10 year tax abatement of up to 55% subject to execution of a payment in lieu of tax agreement which has already been negotiated by the parties. The building is nearing completion and the owner is ready to issue bonds. Oddo has assigned its interest in the project to RJB Lackman, LLC, an Oddo limited liability company. This is the second bond issue for the approximately 15 acre Lackman Business Center which is the subject of a Master Resolution of Intent. This bond issue will bring the total investment in the property to over $12 million.

 

03-20-135303Code Amendment Rental RegistrationThe City’s rental registration ordinance has not been comprehensively updated since it was adopted.  The proposed ordinance updates the rental registration ordinance in several respects, including but not limited to clarifying exemptions to the ordinance; clarifying when rental licenses may be denied or revoked; providing greater detail concerning the rental inspection program and establishing a hearing procedure applicable to license denials or revocations.

03-20-13

5302

Rezoning

This proposal is for a multi-tenant business park.  For this development to occur the property must be zoned from an AG, Agricultural Zoning District to BP-2, Planned Manufacturing Zoning District.  The business park is anticipated to be developed in two phases. Phase I consists of six buildings ranging in size from 72,000 square feet to 350,000 square feet; Phase II consists of four buildings ranging in size from 72,000 square feet to 273,000 square feet.  Each phase is anticipated to take approximately five years to develop.

03-20-13

5301

Special Use Permit

This request for a ten year renewal of a Special Use permit is triggered by the existing NP-O, Planned Neighborhood Office Zoning District which requires an SUP to allow personal services in the zoning district.  The business has been located at this address for the past four years without detrimental impacts to the surrounding properties and/or businesses.

03-20-13

5300

Code Amendment Tow & Storage Fees

This amendment to the police rotation tow procedures changes the maximum tow and storage fees that may be charged to the Lenexa Police Department.

03-20-13

5299

Condemnation

This ordinance authorizes the City to file a condemnation petition to acquire the easements necessary for the Darnell Street (101st Street to Santa Fe Trail Drive) Project.  Staff will continue to negotiate with the property owners on this project to acquire the easements outside of condemnation.  

03-20-13

5298

Code Amendment concerning Massage Therapy Licenses

This amendment to the massage therapy code clarifies that licensed massage therapists who wish to conduct in-office massage therapy (massages on business premises of clients) are not required to have a permanent business office located in the City of Lenexa. 



This is a rezoning request as well as a revised preliminary plat request.  The rezoning request from the existing RP-2, Planned Residential (Intermediate-Density) Zoning District to RP-1, Planned Residential (Low Density) Zoning District for a 13 lot subdivision which will be a part of the Canyon Creek HOA.