Legislation – Heather Hall
See how Councilwoman Hall voted in committees and Legislative Session by clicking here. Councilwoman Hall is a member of the following committees; Planning, Zoning and Economic Development, Neighborhoods and Public Safety, Small Business, Entrepreneurship, and Jobs, and Youth Development.
Ordinances Sponsored by Councilwoman Hall
150918 Amending the Shoal Creek Valley Area Plan for an approximately 23 acre tract of land generally located on the north side of Missouri Route 152 between N. Donnelly Avenue on the west and N. Lewis Avenue on the east by changing the recommended land use from residential to retail uses. (405-S-45)
150919 Amending the approved Shoal Creek Valley Community Master Plan for approximately 78.34 acres of the 1,756 acre Plan located at the future intersection of Booth Avenue on the north side of M-152 generally between N. Donnelly Avenue on the west and N. Lewis Avenue on the east changing 23 acres from MPC-2 to MPC-6 and allowing the remaining and adjacent 55.34 acres north, east and west of the 23 acre parcel to remain MPC-2, and changing a portion on the east side from MPC-4 to MPC-2. (12417-P-9)
150923 Amending Chapter 50, Code of Ordinances, by repealing Section 50-235 in its entirety and enacting in lieu thereof a new section of like number and subject matter entitled “Sale or distribution of tobacco products, rolling papers, alternative nicotine products or vapor products to persons under the age of twenty-one; possession by persons under the age of eighteen,” for the purpose of raising the age of sale for tobacco products, rolling papers, alternative nicotine products and vapor products to twenty-one years of age.
150962 Amending Chapter 20, Code of Ordinances, entitled Cigarettes, by repealing Sections 20-1, 20-8, 20-9 and enacting in lieu thereof new sections of similar title and like number, for the purpose of redefining vapor products and changing required signage to reflect a change in age of sale of tobacco products, rolling papers, alternative nicotine products and vapor products to twenty-one years of age.
150963 Amending Chapter 34, Code of Ordinances, by enacting a new Article XVII entitled “Vapor Products,” consisting of Sections 34-700 through 34-708, for the purpose of prohibiting the use of vapor products in enclosed public areas.
160148 Amending Chapter 64, Code of Ordinances, by repealing Section 64-111, Definitions, and enacting in lieu thereof a new section of like number and subject matter that adds a definition for restoration work and adds the removal of flags and stakes to the costs that can be defrayed with the restoration deposit required for excavation work.
160284 Amending Chapter 88, the Zoning and Development Code, by amending Section 88-140-03, Manufacturing Districts-Uses, Table 140-1, to allow a hotel or motel as a special use in District M1. (254-S-318)
160383 Repealing Committee Substitute for Resolution No. 150571; enacting guidelines on the use of abated and exempted real property taxes in funding economic development projects; and establishing the Shared Success Fund to further economic development in severely distressed census tracts within the City.
160683 Amending Ordinance No. 140375 by repealing and reenacting Section 1 thereof for the purpose of updating the scoring system for evaluating economic development projects.
160735 Rezoning approximately 4.14 acres generally located at 1201 E. 89th Street from District R-80 to District MPD and approving a development plan (also serving as a preliminary plat) to allow a 50-unit residential development and a structure for associated office/administrative uses. (14721-P)
160932 Rezoning an area of approximately 24.17 acres generally bounded by N.E. Barry Road on the north and west, Missouri Highway 152 on the south and Indiana Avenue on the east from District B2-2 to District B3-2 and approving a development plan for commercial development (nine commercial buildings totaling about 102,150 sq. ft.), which plan also serves as a preliminary plat. (14645-P and 14645-P-1)
170041 Authorizing the Director of General Services to execute a Real Estate Donation and Acceptance Agreement to acquire a 7. 3 acre tract of unimproved real property, located west of NE Sherman Road and north of NE Cookingham Road for public purposes.
170118 Amending Chapter 88, Zoning and Development Code, Section 88-340, and enacting Section 88-810-531 to revise provisions for standards for drive-through facilities. (254-S-326)
170177 Rezoning an area of approximately 3.5 acres generally located north of Missouri Highway 152 and west of N. Brighton Avenue from District B3-2 to District B4-2 and approving a development plan for a multi-story commercial residential storage warehouse. (12315-P-4 and 12315-P-5)
170198 Directing the City Manager in the Annual Budget for Fiscal Year 2017-18 to find an additional One Million Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars within the General Fund for the Kansas City Police Department salary line, with the additional funding not to take effect until November 1, 2017.
170210 Rezoning an approximately 10 acre area tract of land generally located south of W. 17th Street between American Royal Drive and Wyoming Street from District M3-5 to District UR, and approving a preliminary development plan which also serves as a preliminary plat for the same to allow repurposing and rehabilitation of Kemper Arena. (14806-UR, SD-1557).
170231 Approving the plat of Northland Fire Station, an addition in Clay County, Missouri, on approximately 7.3 acres generally located on the north side of N.E. Cookingham Drive, between N.E. Sherman Road on the east and I-435 on the west, creating 1 lot for the purpose of constructing a fire station; accepting various easements; establishing grades on public ways; authorizing the Director of City Planning and Development to execute and/or accept certain agreements; and authorizing the City Clerk to record this ordinance and attached documents. (SD1555A)
170232 Approving the preliminary plat of Northland Fire Station on a 7.3 acre tract of land in District B2-2 generally located on the north side of N.E. Cookingham Drive (Highway 291), between N. Sherman Road on the east and I-435 on the west, and specifically located at the northeast corner of N. Belmont and N.E. Cookingham Drive (Highway 291), creating one (1) lot. (SD 1555).
170259 Approving an amendment to a previously approved Chapter 80 preliminary development plan (Pine Grove) in District R-7.5 for 655 single family residential lots on approximately 262 acres generally located west of N. Hardesty and on the north and south sides of N.E. Pine Grove Drive to allow for an amendment to the portion of the plan for Pine Grove Meadows Phase 4-8 which plan also serves as a preliminary plat. (12209-P-14)
170357 Approving the preliminary plat of Rezen Ranch in District R-80 on about 19 acres generally located on the north side of N.E. 112th Street, approximately 1,600 feet east of N. Stark Avenue, creating two (2) residential lots. (SD 1552)
170376 Repealing Ordinance No. 170270 and enacting a new ordinance in lieu thereof for the purpose of more accurately reflecting the City Council’s intent in approving the extension of real property tax abatements to enhanced business enterprises on real property located on 139.18 acres at the Hunt Midwest Business Center in Kansas City, Missouri, within Enhanced Enterprise Zone 1; and directing the City Clerk to provide a copy of this Ordinance to the Director of the Missouri Department of Economic Development.
170384 Rezoning about 17.65 acres generally bounded by N.E. Vivion Road on the north, Chouteau Trafficway on the east, N.E. 50th Street on the south and N.E. Antioch Road on the west from Districts B2-2 and B3-2 to District UR and approving a UR Development Plan for the same which also functions as the preliminary plat. (5642-UR-28).
170385 Approving and designating the Vivion Point Redevelopment Project of the Vivion Point Tax Increment Financing Plan as a Redevelopment Project; and adopting tax increment financing therefor.
170386 Accepting, in part, the recommendations of the Tax Increment Financing Commission as to the Vivion Point Tax Increment Financing Plan; approving the Vivion Point Tax Increment Financing Plan; designating the Redevelopment Area; providing for the inclusion of a community benefit provision in the redevelopment agreement; and directing the City Clerk to transmit copies of this ordinance.
170390 Authorizing the City Attorney to execute a Legal Services Agreement with Husch Blackwell LLP and Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP for the provision of legal services related to the proposed Terminal Modernization Project; reappropriating $475,000.00 from Aviation Account No. 8300-621000-610240 into Law Department Account No. 18-1000-131506; authorizing the City Attorney to expend this sum for this purpose; and recognizing this ordinance as having an accelerated effective date pursuant to Section 503(a)(3)(C) of the Charter.
170552 Reasserting the rights of any councilpersons to attend selection committee meetings in relation to “Request for Qualifications/Proposals for Design, Construction and Private Financing of KCI –Request Number 062017” and directing the City Manager to facilitate attendance of councilmembers, including advising as to time, place, and location for all such meetings to support transparency in the terminal modernization project.
Resolutions Sponsored by Councilwoman Hall
150869 Honoring and acknowledging Mrs. Deb Hermann for her years of dedicated service to the Gracemor Neighborhood, the City of Kansas City and Northland Neighborhoods Inc.150847 Honoring Dr. Paul Kinder of the North Kansas City School District, Dr. Jeremy Tucker and Dr. Steve Lumetta of the Liberty School District, and declaring October 7, 2015, “International Walk to School Day” in Kansas City, Missouri
150872 Recognizing the ultimate sacrifice made by, and mourning the loss of, Fire Apparatus Operator Larry Leggio and Firefighter John Mesh who both perished in the line of duty while fighting a fire on October 12, 2015.
150885 Expressing gratitude for citizens continued support to fight against breast cancer by participating in the City Council’s Ninth Annual Benefit for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
151001 Recognizing and honoring Staley High School’s Softball Team for winning the Missouri State Championship.
151002 Appointing Walter E. Bixby III as a member of the Police Retirement Board.
160028 Honoring “The 2016 Greater Kansas City Restaurant Week”, January 15th to January 24th.
160111 Honoring “Boy Scouts of America 2015 Heart of America Council Don Hall, Jr. Eagle Scout Class”.
160255 Recognition of “National Crime Victims’ Rights Week”, April 10-16, 2016.
160340 Honoring the North Kansas City School District, the Liberty School District, the Kansas City Public School District and Bike/Walk KC and declaring May 4, 2016, “Crossing Guard Appreciation Day” in Kansas City, Missouri.
160397 Recognizing Northland Center for Advanced Professional Studies for their significant impact on today’s youth to help provide economic development in the Northland.
160576 Recognizing Camp Quality and all its volunteers in the greater Kansas City area for serving children and families affected by childhood cancer.
160624 Recognizing Mr. Frank White Jr. for his numerous accomplishments and his receiving of the Outstanding Kansas Citian Award presented by The Native Sons and Daughters of Greater Kansas City.
160766 Declaring the month of October 2016 as Breast Cancer Awareness Month in Kansas City, Missouri and recognizing the work of the American Cancer Society, the Susan G. Komen Foundation, and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
160827 Thanking the Community for its support of the Tenth Anniversary of the City Council’s Annual Benefit for the Breast Cancer Research.
160856 Honoring Kansas City’s founding father Francois Chouteau and Native Americans by designing and constructing the Francois Chouteau & Native American Heritage Fountain.
160858 Honoring “Veteran’s Day and the work of Veterans Community Project”.
160919 Congratulating Chapel Hill Elementary School on receiving the National Blue Ribbon School Award in the category of Exemplary High Performing Schools.
160920 Recognizing the North Kansas City School District for their efforts in energy savings and improving the health of the environment.
160940 Honoring and acknowledging Mr. Eric Bosch for his achievement of being named AIA KC “Architect of the Year” and for his years of dedicated service to the City of Kansas City, Missouri.
170010 Honoring “The 2017 Greater Kansas City Restaurant Week”, January 13th to January 22nd.
170049 Recognizing Faith Academy for engaging their students in growing healthy fruits and vegetables which leads to an increase in science, technology and agriculture education, increased healthy eating habits and stewardship to their community in meeting the needs of those in need in the Northland through this new sustainable technology and alternative ways of growing produce with an Aquaponics Tower Garden.
170066 Declaring the month of February 2017 to be American Heart Month, supporting Go Red for Women; and recognizing the work of the American Heart Association.
170107 Recognizing February 8, 2017 as National Boy Scouts of America Day, which was established in 1910.
170143 Recognizing the Miss Kansas City Scholarship Organization for its significant impact on today’s young women to empower them to achieve their personal and professional goals.
170227 Recognizing Worlds of Fun and Cedar Fair Entertainment Company for its continued entertainment creativity, economic growth, youth employment and significant impact on Kansas City tourism.
170274 Pledging support to the Hidden Heroes in Kansas City and the Elizabeth Dole Foundation for strengthening the services to military caregivers and their families.
170334 Recognizing Thursday May, 4, 2017, as National Day of Prayer.
170347 Recognizing May 14-20, 2017, as National Police Week in Kansas City, Missouri.
170490 Pledging support to the Nigro Brothers and their families in future endeavors and their never ending philanthropy to the people of Kansas City.
170582 Honoring Ms. Brenda Cook on the occasion of her retirement after more than 30 years of dedicated service with the Kansas City, Missouri Municipal Court.