Recurbing, reguttering, resurfacing, repaving, including necessary drainage facilities, of the streets or alleys
Enlarging, repairing, extending and improving of the system of the waterworks
Fire and police department retirement systems
Consideration of ordinances at public meetings and final passage thereof
Demand deposits of public moneys and certain duties of the City Treasurer
Methods of financing the acquisition or construction of public buildings
Making of public improvements
Obtaining surety bonds for city officers and employees
Limitation of tax levies in any one year and the aggregate city wide tax levy
Service of uniform notices to appear and complaints filed with the Olathe Municipal Court
Definitions for combined water works and sewage disposal systems for cities under 80,000 population and the rates and charges; use of revenues; collections and liens
Elections and tenure of commissioners, qualifications and vacancies, and duties of the mayor
Defeated by Election 8-2-88
Delay in payment of special assessments for public improvements in undeveloped areas
Delay in payment of special assessments for public improvements and undeveloped areas. (Amends sections three and eight of charter ordinance 33)
Licensing of plumbers
Borrowing of money and issuance of bonds for general improvements
Repeals Charter Ordinance No. 37 and provides substitute and additional provisions for the improvement of sidewalks
Defeated by Election
Exempts the city of Olathe from retailers' sales tax for construction services
Defeated by Election 8-2-94
Defeated by Election 11-8-94
Exempts the city from provisions regarding voter registration
Amends Section Two of Charter Ordinance 25 regarding notices to appear and complaints filed with the Municipal Court
Defeated by Election 11-3-98
Transportation Improvements Excise Tax
Repealed Charter Ordinances 58 and 59 and was itself repealed 3-3-15.
Defeated by Election 3-9-04
Exempts the city from provisions related to costs associated with the Municipal Court.
Repeals Charter Ordinance No. 66 pertaining to allowing the sale of alcoholic liquor on Sunday.
Exempts the city from provisions regarding local alcoholic liquor fund; distribution of moneys; and providing substitute and additional provisions.
Exempts the city from provisions regarding the Transient Guest Tax and repeals Charter Ordinances 63.
Exempts the city from provisions relating to work performed by the city and collection of costs.
Exempts the city from provisions regarding the designation of an official newspaper.
Exempts the city from provisions relating to Record of Transaction for Pawnbroker Loans and Purchasing of Precious Metals.
Exempts the city from K.S.A. 13-1024a relating to borrowing of money and the issuance of bonds and repeals Charter Ordinances No. 60 and 65.
Exempts the city from provisions pertaining to limitations on certain tax levies repeals Charter Ordinances No. 32 and 38 (Olathe Public Library).
Recodifies the existing form of government of the city as the Modified Mayor-Council-Manager form, exempting the city from K.S.A. 12-104a, 25-2108a, 25-2110a, and 25-2113; providing substitute and additional provisions concerning the existing Modified Mayor-Council-Manager form of government, elections and governing body vacancies; also repealing Charter Ordinances 11, 28, 61, and 62.
Exempts the city from all provisions of K.S.A. 12-4207 and provides for substitute and additional provisions on the same subjects by ordinary ordinance and repeals Charter Ordinances Nos. 25 and 51.
Repeals Charter Ordinance No. 67 and further exempts the city from K.S.A. 12-4112 and provides substitute and additional provisions pertaining to assessment of fees and costs associated with the Municipal Court.
Repeals Section 2.6 of Charter Ordinance 76
Exempting the city from all the provisions of K.S.A. 12-4108 and 13-628d
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