The Kansas City Land Bank board prepares to wrap up the agency’s $999 home sale, and the Streetcar Authority continues planning for the system’s first year anniversary. Plus, the Water Department marks completion of the 100th mile of new water mains since 2013.
Monday, April 24
The Land Bank board meets at 9 a.m., 4900 Swope Parkway, and we’ll get an update on the $999 home sale and other initiatives. The $999 sale wraps up May 1.
The city’s Parking and Transportation Commission meets at 11:30 a.m., 10th floor of City Hall, to discuss, among other things, parking enforcement, the city’s bike master plan and the Main Street MAX realignment.
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The Water Department marks a milestone of completing 100 miles of water main replacements with a 1:30 p.m. celebration and pipe signing, 5108 N. Cypress.
Tuesday, April 25
KC Stat, which uses data and performance measures to try to make city government more efficient, meets at 9:30 a.m., 10th floor of City Hall. This month’s focus is on planning, zoning and economic development. Topics include how to make Kansas City a better tourism and entrepreneurial destination, neighborhood revitalization and digital inclusion.
Park Board meets, 2 p.m., Park Headquarters, 4600 E. 63rd Street Trafficway.
Wednesday, April 26
The City Council’s committees meet and agendas are here.
Finance Committee meets at 8:30 a.m. and will discuss an ordinance affirming that remaining sidewalk special assessments will be abated since voters approved a new approach to sidewalk repairs with the $800 million general obligation bond authorization that was approved April 4.
Thursday, April 27
KC Streetcar Authority meets at noon, 600 E. Third St., and the discussion likely will include plans for the streetcar’s 1st year anniversary, May 6.
Friday, April 28
Just a note to the public that City Hall will have a Tornado Drill from 10 to 11 a.m., so City Hall will be closed to the public during that time.