BOCC weekly recap

More information, including official minutes, votes, videos, information about how to make public comments and how to request accommodations is available at boccmeetings.jocogov.org.

BOCC actions for Dec. 2, 2021

  • Authorized a contract with Precision Contracting & Construction, LLC to improve underground drainage, ADA compliance and paving at the Transit Campus located at 1701 W. 56 Highway, Olathe in the amount not to exceed $390,000. Voted 7 - 0, passed.
  • Accepted the FEMA Cooperating Technical Partners grant award in the amount of $875,200 and authorized a contract with Olsson Associates to complete the Indian Creek 2-D Floodplain Modeling and Mapping project in an amount not to exceed $1,029,640, at a cost to the county of $154,440. Voted 7 - 0, passed.
  • Approved a petition signed by certain landowners requesting detachment of their land from the boundaries of Fire District No. 2 of Johnson County, Kansas, and transferred into the City of Olathe, for fire protection services. Voted 7 - 0, passed.

Manager’s Memo, Penny Postoak Ferguson, County Manager

Major Projects Update
This report is for major projects over $1 million and master plans. The report is provided bimonthly and supplements the Public Building Commission bi- annual reports in February and August. The information contained in this report is through November 24, 2021.

City of Merriam – Amended I-35 Redevelopment TIF District Project Plan (Notice of Public Hearing)
The City of Merriam will be conducting a public hearing on Monday, December 13th, 2021, to consider adoption of the Amended Redevelopment TIF Project Area N for the I-35 Redevelopment TIF District in the City of Merriam. Project Area N is located at 8800 Shawnee Mission Parkway in Merriam, KS. The notice of public hearing is available here along with the project plan.

City of De Soto – Intervet, Inc. IRB (Notice of Public Hearing)
The City of De Soto will be conducting a public hearing on Thursday, December 2nd, 2021 at 7:00p.m., to consider approving a property tax abatement in connection to property financed with approximately $20,000,000 in industrial revenue bonds for Intervet, Inc. (dba Merck Animal Health). The project is located at 35500 W. 91st St, De Soto, KS. The notice of public hearing is available here along with the cost benefit analysis.

City of Olathe – MDH F1 Dawn, LLC IRB (Notice of Public Hearing)
The City of Olathe will be conducting a public hearing on Tuesday, December 7th, 2021 to consider approving a property tax abatement in connection to property financed with approximately $23,614,000 in industrial revenue bonds for MDH F1 Dawn, LLC. The project is located at 15251 S. Green Road, Olathe, KS. The projected cost-benefit ratio for the project is 2.22. The notice of public hearing is available here along with the cost benefit analysis.

COVID-19 Funding and Expense Report and CRF Phase Three Reimbursement, Maury Thompson, Deputy County Manager

The monthly COVID-19 Operating Report, detailing COVID-19 specific expenditures and funding received is available here.

COVID-19 update: Sanmi Areola, PhD, Charlie Hunt and Elizabeth Holzschuh, Department of Health and Environment

The COVID-19 report will now be provided every other week and will be available at jocogov.org/latest-public-health-report.

The BOCC held study sessions on the draft of the 2022 community survey and the Strategic Facilities Master Plan. Materials for those study sessions are available here.

Items currently on the agenda for the Dec. 9 meeting:

  • Sitting as the Governing Body of Fire District No.2 of Johnson County, Kansas, consider authorizing to designate Johnson County employees, as authorized, to access and act on behalf of the Municipal Investment Pool account for Fire District No.2.
  • Consider accepting the Rock Creek Pump Station property at 5701 Roe Avenue in Mission, Kansas from the Kansas Department of Transportation, and entering into a Memorandum of Understanding with Evergy to grant easements for the existing infrastructure on the property and easement revisions in the future to support a new pump station.
  • Consider allocating $151,500 for the 2022 Human Service Fund as outlined by United Community Services of Johnson County (UCS) in its 2022 Human Service Fund Recommendations Report.
  • Consider allocating $140,559 of 2022 Johnson County Alcohol Tax Funds as recommended by the Drug and Alcoholism Council of Johnson County, a program of United Community Services of Johnson County (UCS) in its 2022 Alcohol Tax Fund Recommendations Report.
  • Consider authorizing the cancellation of outstanding County-issued checks that are at least two years old.
  • Consider adopting the updated and revised emergency operations plan for Johnson County, Kansas.
  • Consider  approval of Territory and Service Agreement between the Airport Commission (JCAC) and Rural Water District #7 (Water #7) regarding service to the New Century Commerce Center.
  • Consider a request from Judd Claussen, Phelps Engineering, on behalf of EMCH Feed & Elevator Co., Landowner, for revised Preliminary Plat, revised Preliminary Development Plan and Final Plat for Metcalf 211, Second Plat on property in Section 18, Township 15, Range 25. Located west of the intersection of W 210th Street and Floyd Street.
  • Consider a request from Judd Claussen, Phelps Engineering, on behalf of Lawn & Landscape Solutions, Applicants, EMCH Feed & Elevator Co. and MLBC, LLC, Landowners, for Final Development Plan for a contractor shop and parking, and Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for outdoor storage on property located at 20924 Floyd Street.
  • Conduct a public hearing and consider authorizing funds for Johnson County Wastewater infrastructure improvement projects in an amount not to exceed $5,545,000.
  • Consider approving an annual increase to a contract extension with Waste Management, Inc. for one (1) year with up to four (4) one-year renewal terms for the disposal and removal of sludge, grit, screenings, and refuse from Johnson County Wastewater Facilities from the amount of $1,500,000 per year to an amount not to exceed $2,000,000 per year.
  • Conduct a public hearing and consider authorizing additional funds for the Integrated Plan Program in the amount of $4,375,000, increasing the total program authorization amount to $8,336,000, and approve a contract amendment with HDR Engineering for engineering services under the Integrated Plan Program, increasing the not-to-exceed contract amount by $4,298,000 to a total of $8,091,000.
  • Consider adopting a Johnson County Board of County Commissioner's Economic Development Statement. (This was removed from the agenda and will be discussed at an upcoming study session.)
  • Consider authorizing an Exception to Competition for a five (5) year Service Agreement with Stryker Medical for the provision of preventive maintenance and repair service for all patient handling equipment from Stryker Medical, for use by Johnson County MEDACT, for a total amount not to exceed $173,247.88, to be paid from the MED-ACT 2021 Operating Budget.
  • Consider authorizing the purchase of one (1) ambulance from Pinnacle Emergency Vehicles, LLC per HGAC cooperative contract AM10-20, and authorizing an exception to competition for the purchase of necessary patient handling equipment from Stryker Medical, for use by Johnson County MED-ACT, for a total amount not to exceed $306,418.76, to be paid from the MED-ACT Equipment Reserve Fund.
  • Consider approving the transfers of $901,084.49 from the Public Building Commission’s (PBC) Monticello Library Capital Project and $3,042,956 from the Library’s Comprehensive Library Master Account (CLMP) Capital Project for a total of $3,944,040.49 to be transferred into the Antioch Library Replacement Capital Project within the Public Building Commission Fund.
  • Consider authorizing contracts with First Transit, Inc., WHC Worldwide and EcoLane for transit services and scheduling, at a total cost not to exceed $27,510,000 for the period of January 1, 2022 to December 31, 2024,  with two (2), two-year contract options to follow the initial contract period.
  • Consider authorizing Countywide Term and Supply contracts with multiple suppliers for delivery of bulk gasoline and diesel fuel, in an amount not to exceed $3,000,000 for a three (3) year term and $1,000,000 thereafter for each one (1) year renewal. The initial contract term is a three (3) year period with two (2) additional one (1) year renewal options, City of Olathe Cooperative Bid IFB-21-0148.
  • (Sitting as the Special Public Building Commission) Consider approving the receipt of a transfer of $901,084.49 from the Public Building Commission’s (PBC) Monticello Library Capital Project and a transfer of $3,042,956 from the Library’s Comprehensive Library Master Account (CLMP) Capital Project for a total of $3,944,040.49 to be transferred into the Antioch Library Replacement Capital Project.
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