Re 100 S. Main St. ID: 42238

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Ryan,

Typically it's about a 1-2 month process, because once staff receives an application and we conclude we have all the information we need (and determine that the improvements are eligible costs under the program), we schedule a meeting of the Downtown Parkville Redevelopment Corporation (DRPC) Board. The DRPC Board consists of about 4-5 downtown property owners; they take a look at the application and make a recommendation to the Parkville Board of Aldermen. We then schedule a meeting to have the Board of Aldermen approve the project via ordinance. The Board of Aldermen convenes the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month (at 7:00 p.m. at Parkville City Hall); and ordinances are approved by two readings -- the first reading is done at the first meeting when the Board of Aldermen considers the item; and the second reading is done at their next meeting (usually two weeks later).

Stephen Lachky, AICP, CPM, CFM

Community Development Director | City of Parkville

8880 Clark Ave. | Parkville, MO 64152

t. 816-741-xxxx | slachky@parkvillemo.gov


From: Ryan O'Laughlin rpolaughlin@redacted.com
Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2020 4:57 PM
To: Stephen Lachky SLachky@parkvillemo.gov
Subject: Re: 100 S. Main St.

How long from submitting an application to approval has it taken in the past with 16 Main?


Thanks,

Ryan O'Laughlin


On Thu, Feb 13, 2020 at 1:59 PM Stephen Lachky SLachky@parkvillemo.gov wrote:

Ryan,

See the attached PDFs

Stephen Lachky, AICP, CPM, CFM

Community Development Director | City of Parkville

8880 Clark Ave. | Parkville, MO 64152

t. 816-741-xxxx | slachky@parkvillemo.gov


From: Ryan O'Laughlin rpolaughlin@redacted.com
Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2020 1:52 PM
To: Stephen Lachky SLachky@parkvillemo.gov
Subject: Re: 100 S. Main St.

Thanks can you send me this sample?

16 Main Project Application
a. Exhibit 1 - Building Floor Plan
b. Exhibit 2 - Cost / Benefit Analysis
c. Exhibit 3 - Legal Description
d. Exhibit 4 - Boundary Map


Thanks,

Ryan O'Laughlin


On Wed, Feb 12, 2020 at 2:05 PM Stephen Lachky SLachky@parkvillemo.gov wrote:

Ryan,

On December 17, 2019 our Board of Aldermen approved the Downtown Parkville Redevelopment Plan which allows property owners in the downtown to request and receive property tax abatement for certain improvements to their properties. I've attached the following documents to this e-mail which should provide you more information about the program:

· Policy Report - Downtown Chapter 353 (Word document) - Provides detailed background information about the program

· 5. Downtown Parkville Redevelopment Plan Policy (PDF document) - Provides a summary about the program, incentive request levels, and applicable improvements

· 6. Redevelopment Area Map (PDF document) - Provides a reference map for all properties eligible for the program

· Downtown Parkville Redevelopment Plan Project App (PDF document) - Provides an application that property owners can submit for assistance

Stephen Lachky, AICP, CPM, CFM

Community Development Director | City of Parkville

8880 Clark Ave. | Parkville, MO 64152

t. 816-741-xxxx | slachky@parkvillemo.gov


From: Ryan O'Laughlin rpolaughlin@redacted.com
Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2020 6:25 PM
To: Stephen Lachky SLachky@parkvillemo.gov
Subject: 100 S. Main St.

Stephen,

I was reading in the Parkville newsletter that there may be tax abatement for improving property in downtown Parkville do you have more information on this?


Thanks,

Ryan O'Laughlin