That the following portions of streets in the City of Satanta, Kansas are hereby designated as main trafficways pursuant to K.S.A. 12-685 et seq.: Modoc Avenue from the East city limits to Caddo Street; Caddo Street from the North side of Apache Street to Nez Perce; Sequoyah Street from the North side of Apache Street to U.S. Highway 56 (Nez Perce); Omaha Avenue from East city limits to Apache Avenue; Comanche from Nez Perce Street to Caddo Street; Apache Street from Wichita Street to Caddo Avenue; Cheyenne Avenue from Sequoyah Street to Tecumseh Avenue; Ojibwa Street from Tecumseh Avenue to South city limits; Ponca Avenue from Nez Perce Street to South city limits; Tecumseh from Nez Perce to Ojibwa Street; Pottawatomie Avenue from Apache Street to Cheyenne Avenue.

(K.S.A. 12-685 et seq.; Ord. 247; Code 2017)

(a)   At the General election held on the 5th day of April, 2011, a majority of the electors voting thereon approved the levying of an increased retailer’s sales tax in the City of Satanta, Kansas, as authorized by K.S.A. 12-187 et seq., as amended, and by virtue thereof there is hereby levied a city retailers’ sales tax in the amount of one percent (1.0%) to take effect of the 1st day of October, 2011.

(b)   Except as may otherwise be provided by law, such tax shall be identical, in its application and exemptions therefrom, to the Kansas Retailers’ Sales Tax Act and all laws and administrative rules and regulations of the Kansas Department of Revenue relating to the state retailers’ sales tax shall apply to the City of Satanta retailers’ sales tax insofar as such laws and regulations may be made applicable. The services of the Department of Revenue shall be utilized to administer, enforce, and collect such tax.

(K.S.A. 12-187 et seq., Ord. 260; Ord. 361; Code 2017)

(a)   That in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 12-1, 118, there is hereby established a Capital Improvement Reserve Fund, which shall be used by the City of Satanta to finance, in whole or in part, any public improvement need as set forth in the City’s adopted Capital Improvement Plan.

(b)   That it is the policy objective of the Governing Bod y that such fund shall be used primarily to provide a financing mechanism for the construction, repair, restoration and rehabilitation of public facilities. Further, it is the intent of the Governing Body to utilize current revenues to be credited to the fund, to the maximum extent possible, to meet the City’s present and future public infrastructure needs and to avoid the costs of unnecessary indebtedness.

(c)   That monies in such fund may be used to pay the cost of engineering and other advanced public improvement plans and studies, with the provision that the fund be periodically reimbursed from bond proceeds, special assessments, or state or federal aid that may be available for the completed project.

(d)   The City Clerk shall submit to the Governing Body a plan of operation for the implementation of this section. Such plan shall provide that the annual, revised and adopted Capital Improvements Plan of the City identify those improvements to be financed from the fund during the following year; and

(e)   that beginning in 1992, the City Clerk shall annually submit, at the same time and as part of the annual operating budget, such proposed revenue allocations and budget transfers as may be necessary (1) to finance those improvements scheduled for completion next year, the cost of which is to be credited to the fund, as provided by the Capital Improvement Plan, and (2) to set aside funds to be annually reserved for future improvements, as provided for in the Capital Improvement Plan.

(f)   That monies in the Capital Improvement Reserve Fund shall be invested in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 12-1, 118 and amendments thereto with all interest thereon credited to such fund.

(Ord. 277; Code 2017)

(a)   The City of Satanta, in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 12-16,102, does hereby establish an employee benefits contribution fund for the purpose of paying the city’s share of employee benefits prescribed by subsection (b).

(b)   The city’s share of the cost of employee benefits authorized for payment from the fund created by subsection (a) shall include the following:

(1)   Social security (FICA);

(2)   Kansas Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS);

(3)   Worker’s compensation benefits;

(4)   Employment security, unemployment compensation benefits;

(5)   Medical, health and hospitalization insurance and other health care costs.

(Ord. 266; Code 2017)