Owensboro Seal 01 300OWENSBORO, Ky. (9/11/17) — The Owensboro Board of Commissioners will hold a special called commission meeting 5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12 in the Commission Chambers located on the fourth floor at City Hall, 101 E. 4th Street.

The purpose of the Special Called Meeting is to consider these business items: Presentations, Minutes, Appointments, 2nd reading of Ordinances 23-2017 “An Ordinance Amending Chapter 22, Section 22-5 of the Owensboro Municipal Code Relating to Police Department Allocation by Rank Hierarchy; And Further Revising The City Of Owensboro Employee Handbook Policies And Procedures 104, 111, And 112”; Ordinance 24-2017 “An Ordinance Creating a New Section 10-8 in Chapter 10 Of Article I Establishing Reporting Requirements For Automatic Fire Suppression Contractors; And Further Amending References of “Material Safety Data Sheets” to “Safety Data Sheets” in Sections 10-34 And 10-37 Of Chapter 10, Article III; And Further Creating a New Section 10-43 in Chapter 10 of Article III Establishing Identification of Hazardous Materials; And Further Amending Section 25-119 In Chapter 25, Article IV, Division 1 to Exempt an Emergency Vehicle in the Course of Regular Duties From Parking Prohibitions in a Fire Or Emergency Lane”; and Ordinance 25-2017 “An Ordinance Amending The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2017 And Ending June 30, 2018, And Amending Ordinance 9-2017 To Revise All Beginning Fund Balances, Carryover All Outstanding Encumbrances, Capital Projects And Re-Budget Previously Appropriated Funds”; 1st reading of Ordinance 26-2017 “An Ordinance Abandoning And Closing A Portion Of An Alley At 1843 Willis Avenue Between Willis Avenue And Calhoun Street In The City Of Owensboro, Kentucky, At The Request Of Charles D. And Laura J. Hagan”; Ordinance 27-2017 “An Ordinance Levying Ad Valorem Taxes For Municipal Purposes For The Fiscal Year Commencing July 1, 2017, And Ending June 30, 2018, At The Rate Of 26.20 Cents Per $100 Of Assessed Valuation Of Real Property, 25.30 Cents Per $100 Of Assessed Valuation Of Personal Property, And 30.30 Cents Per $100 Of Assessed Valuation Of Vehicles, And Providing For The Collection And Apportionment Of Same”; Resolution 3-2017 ”To Support Maintaining The Current Structure And Benefits Of The County Employees Retirement System While Separating It From The Kentucky Retirement Systems”; Resolution 4-2017 “A Joint Resolution Between Daviess County And The City Of Owensboro, Kentucky Expressing Hope And Recovery To The Victims Of Hurricane Harvey And Those In The Path Of Hurricane Irma, Commending The Continued Relief Efforts By Both Public And Private Heroes Across This Great Nation And Extending Our Heartfelt Request To All Citizens Of Owensboro And Daviess County To Pray For And Support Those Affected By These Tragic Disasters”; Municipal Order 26-2017 “A Municipal Order Authorizing And Directing The Mayor To Execute A Memorandum Of Agreement Between The City Of Owensboro And St. Benedict’s Homeless Shelter Providing Up To $5,500.00 To The Shelter This Fiscal Year And Then Up To $2,750.00 Each Subsequent Year Over The Next Five (5) Years With Such Funds Being Used To Help Pay The Costs Of White Flag Events”; Municipal Order 27-2017 “A Municipal Order Authorizing And Directing The Mayor To Execute A Memorandum Of Agreement With Deer Valley Subdivision, LLC, Providing For The Consensual Annexation Of Unincorporated Property Located In Daviess County Located East Of Barron Drive And The Wendell Ford Expressway, Containing 81.7 Acres, More Or Less; And Further Providing That The City Shall Reimburse Deer Valley Subdivision, LLC, For The Cost Of Construction Of Various Public Facilities Dedicated To Public Use For Said Property And Maintenance Within Or For The Direct Benefit Of Said Tract In An Amount Not To Exceed The Total Cost Of The Public Facilities Or The Total Ad Valorem, Net Profits, And Occupational Tax Revenues Derived From The Property, Whichever Is Less, Over A Designated Seven (7) Year Period”; Municipal Order 28-2017 “A Municipal Order Authorizing The Mayor To Execute An Application For Transportation Alternatives Program (Tap) Funding, Authorized Under The Surface Transportation Block Grant (STBG) Under The Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act From Fiscal Year 2016-2020  Administered By The Federal Department Of Transportation, By And Through The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, In An Amount Not To Exceed Six Hundred Nineteen Thousand Twenty-Five Dollars ($619,025), The Proceeds Of Which Will Be Used To Fund Programs And Projects Defined As Transportation Alternatives; And Further Authorizing The Mayor To Execute Other Agreements, Instruments, Or Documents Necessary And Appropriate For Said Funding; A Twenty (20%) Percent Match Being Required Of The City”; City Manager Items; Closed Session under KRS 61.810 (1)(b) to discuss the future acquisition or sale of real property by a public agency; Communications from Elected Officials; and an Open Public Forum. The full agenda is attached and posted at www.owensboro.org.

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