Animals, Arts Council, Budget, Construction Projects (City), COVID-19, Deed Restrictions, Diversity, Events, Home Improvement, Infrastructure, Legislative, Ordinances, Policing, Racism, Streets
Presentation: Legislative Update Little Government Relations gave Council a brief synopsis of the current legislative session: COVID relief (ARPA) funds are coming. The Tax Bill veto was overridden.
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
Animals, Arts Council, Budget, civic/community center, COVID-19, Diversity, Events, Foundation (PV), Ordinances, Policing, Recreation, Statuary, Sustainability
Recap – late again! so sorry…. 🙁 Presentation: Energy Audit Results Energy Solutions Professionals (ESP) did an audit of the municipal complex and shared their findings,
Arts Council, Community, COVID-19, Development, Diversity, Environment, Ordinances, Parks, Recreation, Retail, Safety, Sustainability, Teardowns, Trees
Recap Presentation: Jeremy Knoll, BNIM Jeremy Knoll presented to Council on the improvements to the 2021 International Energy Conservation (IEC) Code. (City Council adopted all of the 2018 Codes
Aging/Senior Population, Arts Council, Budget, COVID-19, Diversity, Environment, Housing, Ordinances, Policing, Safety, Seniors, Streets, Sustainability, Taxes, Utilities
Recap Diversity Committee The new permanent Diversity Committee convened for their first official meeting mid-February. Their appointed members so far are: Chair Inga Selders Vice
Recap Public Participation No public participation this week. Please know that we love to hear from residents, and there is a process in place for you to be heard, even during our current Zoom
Arts Council, civic/community center, Construction Projects (City), Development, Diversity, Foundation (PV), Housing, Housing Security, Ordinances, Parks, Racism, Recreation, Statuary, Streets, Trees
Recap City Council compensation Mayor Mikkelson “virtually” presented council members, and himself, with our ceremonial one-dollar checks for our service. Laminated to prevent cashing.
City Services, Construction Projects (City), COVID-19, Deed Restrictions, Environment, Health, National Issues, Ordinances, Parks, Racism, Trees
Sidebar Two quick things before getting into the recap for this week. 1. Streamlining I’m going to streamline this recap, I think; or at least try. Let me know which format you like better. 2.