Series 101 2000 ORDINANCES/RESOLUTIONS
Section 101-020 Res. 4-00; Setting a Public Hearing RE: Construction of Improvements at Field Neighborhood Park
Council Bill No.
declaring the necessity for construction of improvements at
Field Neighborhood Park; stating
the nature of and the estimate of the cost thereof; providing that payment for the improvement
shall be made from Community Development Block Grant Funds; and setting a public hearing.
SECTION 1. The City Council deems that the construction
of improvements at Field
Neighborhood Park is necessary to the welfare and improvement of the City. Park improvements
would include grading; landscaping; purchase and installation of playground equipment,
benches, café tables and fencing; and construction of a retaining wall and walkways. The
Council is considering the following three options for development of the southwest corner of
Option 1: The building at the intersection of Rangeline and Wilkes would be demolished
extensive landscaping would be installed.
Option 2: The building at the intersection of Rangeline and Wilkes would be restored
City and used for community purposes.
Option 3: The building at the intersection of Rangeline and Wilkes would be leased
to the North
Central Columbia Neighborhood Association or some other interested group that would plan the
renovation and operation of the building and seek funding through donations, grants, tax credits
and volunteer efforts.
SECTION 2. The estimated cost of the improvement are as
Option 1: Total estimated development cost is $82,578 which includes $10,000 in
Option 2: Total estimated development cost is $202,855 which includes $67,505
improvements, $125,350 for building renovation and $10,000 for City employee labor.
Option 3: Total estimated development cost is $77,578.
SECTION 3. Payment for this improvement shall be made
from the Community Development
Block Grant Funds, and such other funds as may be lawfully appropriated.
SECTION 4. This resolution shall be published in a daily
newspaper of general circulation in
the City of Columbia for seven (7) consecutive insertions, and a public hearing in respect to this
improvement will be held in the Council Chamber of the Daniel Boone Building, 701 E.
Broadway, Columbia, Missouri, at 7:00 p.m. on January 18, 2000.