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Mayor Lucas Ordinances

ORDINANCES

Juvenile Gun Ordinance190664

Amending Chapter 50, Code of Ordinances, by enacting one new section 50-273 relating to the unlawful possession of a handgun by a minor.

Adult Gun Ordinance190661

Amending Chapter 50, Code of Ordinances, by enacting one new section 50-272 relating to the unlawful transfer of a firearm to a minor.

Transparency Ordinance190791

Directing the City Manager to develop an Administrative Regulation to facilitate transparency in all board and commission meetings by requiring that meeting minutes for all boards and commissions established by City Charter, Ordinance, or Resolution be posted to the City’s website for accessibility to the public; requiring that such boards and commissions provide agendas for all meetings to the City Clerk; and directing the City Clerk to post these meeting minutes and agendas.

Conversion Therapy Ordinance190902

Amending Chapter 50 of the Code of Ordinances to protect the physical and psychological well-being of minors, including but not limited to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or questioning youth, from exposure to the serious harms and risks caused by conversion therapy or reparative therapy by licensed providers.

Domestic Violence Gun Ordinance190920

Amending Chapter 50, Code of Ordinances, by enacting one new section 50-274 relating to the unlawful carrying of concealed firearms in the City by persons who are subject to a restraining order or convicted of domestic violence and the firearm they are in receipt of has been shipped or transported in interstate commerce as prohibited by federal law.

Rental Housing Assistance (Tenants Rights) Ordinance190935

Amending various sections of Chapter 2, “Administration,” Chapter 34, “Health and Sanitation,” Chapter 38 “Human Relations”, and Chapter 78, “Water,” of the Code of Ordinances for the purposes of creating a Rental Housing Assistance Operating Unit, modifying healthy homes enforcement, expanding housing discrimination enforcement, and authorizing the request for water usage reports; and amending the Code of Ordinances by enacting a new Chapter 35, “Housing,” which sets out the responsibilities of the Rental Housing Assistance Operating Unit.

Border War Ordinance190793

Establishing a 10-year term limit for property tax abatements offered for jobs relocating from certain Kansas counties to the City.

Port KC191024

Amending Resolution No. 47523, which created a local port authority, for the purpose of designating specific port districts.

Mayoral Pardon No Fee Ordinance, 200073

 Amending Chapter 44, Code of Ordinances, by repealing Section 44-8 relating to the Mayor’s authority to pardon and enacting in lieu thereof one new section of like number and subject. 

Street Closures— COVID-19,  200277

Directing the City Manager to develop an emergency pedestrian safety plan to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 on trails, sidewalks, and parks and directing the City Manager to produce the plan within seven days of passage of this Resolution.

Parking Capacity Study, 200278

Directing the City Manager to complete a study of downtown parking capacity to determine whether current and future downtown parking needs can be addressed by renovation of existing facilities, through new construction, or acquisition and arrangements with already-existing garage facilities.

DV Increase Study Related to COVID-19200310

Directing the City Manager to conduct a study of the increase in domestic violence in Kansas City because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

RESOLUTIONS

Lobbyist Transparency Resolution, 200009 

Amending Chapter 44, Code of Ordinances, by repealing Section 44-8 relating to the Mayor’s authority to pardon and enacting in lieu thereof one new section of like number and subject.

Vision Zero Resolution, 200019

Adopting a goal of eliminating traffic deaths and serious injuries by 2030 and endorsing Vision Zero as a comprehensive and holistic approach to achieving this goal; directing the City Manager to convene a Vision Zero Task Force by May 1, 2020; directing the City Manager to work with the Vision Zero Task Force to create a Vision Zero Action Plan; and directing the City Manager to submit the Vision Zero Action Plan to Council by September 1, 2020.

Pothole Resolution200136

Affirming the City’s policy with respect to the Pavement Condition Index of the roadway system at an overall value of not less the “70” and reaffirming the City’s commitment to implement its comprehensive approach to street improvement, maintenance, and resurfacing in order to provide a level of service the traveling public reasonably expects.

Central City Economic Development Board Resolution, 191037

Approving the appointments of Makini L. King, Ph.D., Nia Richardson, and Duvel “DJ” Pierre to the Board of Directors of the Central City Economic Development Sales Tax Board of the City of Kansas City, Missouri and appointing Duvel “DJ” Pierre as its chairperson.

Emerging Technology Board Resolution190838

Establishing the Emerging Technology Board to replace and expand on the work of the Smart City Advisory Board.

Tenants Bill of Rights Resolution190934

Establishing a Tenants Bill of Rights in the City of Kansas City, Missouri.

Travois B, Elizabeth Bland Glynn and Phil Glynn Resolution190892

Honoring Travois, Chief Executive Officer Elizabeth Bland Glynn and President Philip Glynn for receiving Certified B Corporation® Best For The World 2019 status from global nonprofit B Lab in two categories: Overall and Customers.

Priorities Relating to The Missouri General Assembly190968

Establishing the City of Kansas City’s legislative major priorities and positions on matters for the 2020 session of the Missouri General Assembly.

Priorities Relating to The United States Congress, 190967

Establishing the City of Kansas City’s legislative priorities and positions on matters that may come before the 116th United States Congress in 200.

BOARD APPOINTMENTS

TIF Board190932

Consenting to the appointments of Alissia Canady, Lee Barnes, Andrea Bough, Pam Mason, Ryana Parks-Shaw, Tammy Queen as members and Jane Brown, Phil Glynn, Bobby Hernandez, Michael McGee, Matt Oates, and Jeffrey Williams as alternate members of the Tax Increment Financing Commission of Kansas City, Missouri.

Visit KC190931

Consenting to the appointments of Teresa Loar, Kevin O’Neill, Melissa Robinson, Rodney Bland, Earnest Rouse, Mike Cappo, Allen Dietrich, Nia Richardson, Kris Riddell, Maria Salcedo, and Lylette Utz and the reappointments of Kevin Pistilli and Riccardo Lucas to the board of directors of the Kansas City Conventions and Visitors Association doing business as Visit KC.

51st and Oak Board, 200021

Appointing Corey Hampton and Robert A. Simmons as successor directors to the 51st and Oak Community Improvement District.

Central City Economic Development Board, 191037

 Approving the appointments of Makini L. King, Ph.D., Nia Richardson, and Duvel “DJ” Pierre to the Board of Directors of the Central City Economic Development Sales Tax Board of the City of Kansas City, Missouri and appointing Duvel “DJ” Pierre as its chairperson. 

5050 Main CID Board, 200290

Appointing A. Brice Harrison, Jeff Turk, and Christy Soeken as successor directors to the 5050 Main Community Improvement District.