Check out next week’s agenda! Please let me know if you have any questions by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The next meeting of the Prairie Village City Council will be via Zoom and Facebook Live. You do NOT have to have an FB account to view the meeting. You will be able to view it HERE when the time comes.
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Here are the highlights of the City Council Meeting Agenda for the Prairie Village City Council Meeting – TUESday, January 19, 2021:
The image above includes Prairie Village Council Preview and the following bullet points:
- Recognition of Lisa Santa Maria, outgoing City Finance Director
- Consider adoption of Village Vision 2.0, a revised comprehensive plan for the City of Prairie Village
- Here is the FINAL DRAFT FOR YOUR REVIEW.
- The main part of the document contains the actual proposal we will be voting on, and it is followed by some helpful information. In particular, you can find a summary of policy revisions from the current 2007 Village Vision plan and the proposed Village Vision 2.0 at pages 138-142, a timeline of this process on pages 143-146, and a discussion of revisions made by the Council from an earlier draft, at page 137. (Thank you, Councilman Herring, for this breakdown.)
- Consider final change order for Delmar and Fontana low water crossing project
- Updates to Alcohol and Cereal Malt Beverage Ordinances to align with revised Johnson County law
- Discussion of Harmon Park inclusive playground
- Discussion on marijuana ordinance changes
- Consider installation of stop signs at the intersection of 71st Terrace and Eaton Street (in Ward 3, woot woot!)
- Consider approval of revisions to Council Policy 001 (volunteer committees, including new Diversity Task Force)
See the whole agenda and Council packet HERE.
Have a wonderful weekend!
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