More information including official minutes, votes and videos on all items is available at boccmeetings.jocogov.org.
BOCC actions for the week of January 13, 2020
The BOCC voted to authorize the following items:
Boards and commissions
- Ratified the Chairman’s appointment of Mary Cyr to the Transportation Council through September 1, 2022.
- Ratified the Chairman’s reappointment of Francis H “Chip” Corcoran to the Transportation Council through September 1, 2022.
- Appointed Martin Pyle as the Fourth District representative to the Public Art Commission through December 31, 2020.
- Reappointed Christopher Leitch as the First District representative to the Public Art Commission through December 31, 2022.
- Reappointed Larry Meeker as the Second District representative to the Public Art Commission through December 31, 2022.
- Reappointed Bess Wallerstein Huff as the Third District representative to the Public Art Commission through December 31, 2022.
- Reappointed Brian Leuenberg as the Sixth District representative to the Northwest Consolidated Zoning Board through January 7, 2023.
- Reappointed Jeff Meyers as the Second District representative to the Park and Recreation Commission through January 31, 2023.
- Reappointed George Schlagel as the Sixth District representative to the Park and Recreation Commission through January 31, 2023.
- Ratified the Chairman’s reappointment of Leonard Nick to the Investment Review Group through December 31, 2021.
- Ratified the Chairman’s appointment of Gregory Hill to the Civil Service Board through February 5, 2023.
Planning and zoning items
- A request from Harvey and Anita Felzke, applicants/landowners, for conditional use permit renewal for buildings and structures which exceed the accessory building size limitations on 5 acres located at 15765 W. 199th Street.
Fire District items:
- A one-time reimbursement for the costs incurred by the Johnson County Fire Districts for the purchase of Mobile Data Terminals for the purpose of continual compatibility with the County 911 system and to maintain current levels of public safety and to authorize a one-time reallocation and expenditure of fund balance (reserves) for Fiscal Year 2020 of the Public Safety Sales Tax 1 reserves within the General Fund in an amount not to exceed $200,000 to pay for the reimbursements, and that the Board authorize the County Manager, or her designee, to create and establish a process for the Fire Districts to apply for and receive the reimbursements, consistent with the intent of this action.
The Board met as the Committee of the Whole to discuss the Johnson County Wastewater Deferment Policy. The Committee of the Whole voted to recommend that the BOCC hold a public hearing on proposed changes to the deferment policy. The Committee also discussed the county’s 2020 Federal Legislative Platform. More information on both topics is available here.
A look ahead for the week of Jan. 20
Below is a look at the BOCC calendar for next week. Details on the meetings are available at https://www.jocogov.org/calendar-created/month?field_event_type_tid=4224&date=2020-01
These are the current items on the Jan. 23, 2020 BOCC agenda:
- Consider authorizing a contract with Gunter Construction Company, Inc. to improve ADA compliance for parking lots located at the Johnson County Northeast Office (NEO), 6000 Lamar Avenue and the North Central Multi-Service Center (NCMSC), 12425 W. 87th Street in a total amount not to exceed $128,035.
- Consider a request from Butler National Corporation, applicant, and Johnson County Airport Commission, landowner, for Final Development Plan approval for construction of an airplane hangar and an office addition to an existing airplane hangar, on approximately 3.0 acres, in Section 17, Township 14, Range 23, Johnson County, Kansas, located at 1 Aero Plaza.