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Posted on: January 6, 2022

Resolution No. 21-18

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RESOLUTION NO. 21-18

A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING A SCHEDULE OF VARIOUS COSTS AND FEES TO BE ASSESSED BY THE CITY OF MCPHERSON, KANSAS

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF MCPHERSON, KANSAS:

Section 1. From and after adoption of this resolution, various costs and fees to be assessed by the City of McPherson in accordance with applicable provisions of the Code of the City of McPherson and laws of the State of Kansas shall be as follows:

Convenience Fees for Debit/Credit Cards:

Transactions less than or equal $100.00

$3.00

Transactions greater than $100 but less than or equal to $500.00

$5.00

Transactions greater than $500.00 up to $2,000.00

Transactions greater than $2,000 paid by check or money order

Cereal Malt Beverage

$7.00

Unopened Containers - Limited Retailer

$ 75.00

Consumption on Premises — General Retailer

Liquor License

Liquor License

$125.00

Class A Club (two-year license)

$200.00

Class B Club (two-year license)

$500.00

Retail Liquor Store (two-year license)

$600.00

Drinking Establishment (two-year license)

$500.00

Special Event Permit (per event) Dogs

$250.00

Administration - $.50 for each month, after 90 days from the time the license is required License

Spay or Neutered Dog

$ 3.00

Intact Dog Impounding

$ 25.00

Impound (first day)

$ 25.00

Impound (each day thereafter)

$ 10.00

Kennel License

$120.00

Adoption (includes Chipping)

$ 30.00

Microchip each animal

$ 20.00

Surrender Fee

$ 25.00

Rabies & License Deposit

$ 25.00

Spay/Neuter Deposit

$100.00

Private Cremation (All Sizes)

$125.00

Cremation (No ashes returned)- Each Animal

$ 10.00

Pick up Fee from Veterinarians

$ 10.00

Building Permits (Building Permit Fees are based on finished square footage for residential and footprint square footage for commercial. Permit fees shall be calculated using the International Code Council's Building Valuation Data (BVD) spreadsheet and the Formula: SF x Cost/SF (as per BVD) x .004. The following "Table A" shows the Cost per Square Foot for each Type and Occupancy and is inserted for the "Cost/SF" in the formula above depending upon the project. Permits to finish basements will be charged at 65% of new residential Construction. Minimum pennit fee $100.00.

For residential and Commercial Remodels at or above finished grade the permit fee will be reduced by 50%. This does not apply to additions. The minimum fee is $100.00.

Table A

G       (2012 International            Code

A-I                          with

 

229.03

221.51

216.10

207.06

MCA

194.68

189.07

 

177.95

vs

171.21

     Asse       tieaters.      sta

A-I Assem theaters, wit-tout sta n htclubs

209.87

177.89

202.35

172.85

196.94

168.07

187.90

161.49

175.62

151.9B

170.01

147.78

200.10

180.94

158.89

152.15

A-2 Assemb

A-2 Assemb restaurants bars. ban ethans

176.89

11.95

171.85

204.43

166.07

199.02

160.49

189.98

149.98

177.95

14678

1 2.34

155.80

154.80

183.02

137.68

135.68

132.99

131.99

A-3 Assemb , dwrches

A-3 Assembl , ral communi halls, libraries. museums AA Assemb , arenas

176.88

208.87

169.36

201.35

162.95

194.94

154.91

186.90

141.73

173.62

137.12

169.01

147.B5

179.94

161.22

125.00

156.89

154.4B

119.26

151.15

B Business

E Educational

182.89

192.29

178.17

185.47

170.32

180.15

161.88

172.12

147.55

160.72

142.00

152.55

155.49

166.18

129.49

140.46

123.76

136.18

and industrial. mo&rate hazard and industrial. low hazard

108.9B

107.9B

103.99

102.99

97.83

97.83

94.17

93.17

84.37

84.37

80.56

79.56

90.16

89.16

69.50

69.50

65.44

64.44

H-1 H- Hazard. e H234 Hi h

102.01

102.01

97.02

97.02

91.86

91.86

87.20

87.20

8.60

78.60

3.79

73.79

83.19

83.19

63.73

63.73

0.00

58.67

Hazard

H-5 HPM environment

182.89

182.53

176.17

175.88

170.32

170.97

161.88

162.73

147.55

150.55

142.00

146.48

155.49

16273

129.49

123.76 130.

l- Insdtutjonal, su

1-2 InstitutlorBI hos ts

Institutional. nursin tnrnes

308.50

13.56

301.79

206.85

295.93

200.99

287.50

192.56

272.14

179.22

0.00 .00

281-10

186.16

135.02

254.09

161.17

0.00

0.00

-2

1-3 Institutiornl. restrained

1-4 Institutional. da are

208.37

182.53

201.66

175.88

195.80

170.97

187.37

162.73

174.54

150.55

167.98

146.48

180.97

16273

156.48

135.02

148.74

130.72

M Mercantile

R-1                hotels

132.61

184.11

127.57

177.46

121.79

172.55

116.21

164.31

106.35

152.38

103.15

148.31

110.52

164.31

92.05 136.85

88.36 132.55

R-2 Residential. multi      mil

R.3 Residential one- and two-famil

154.38

143.93

147.73

139.97

142.82

136.51

134.58

132.83

123.25

127.95

119.18

124.61

134.5B

107.72

03.4

R-4 Rasklenthl, care/assisted livin fadlities S-1 Stora rnoderate hazard

182.53

101.01

175.88

96.02

170.97

89.86

162.73

86.20

150.55

76.60

146.48

72.79

130.57

16273

82.19

119.73

135.02

61.73

112.65

130.72

57.67

S-2 Store . bw hazard

U utili mlscellaneous

100.01

77.82

95.02

3.48

89.86

9.04

85.20

5.52

76.60 5923

71.79

55.31

81.19 6258

61.73

46.83

56.67

44.63

The cost to perform commercial and industrial energy upgrades associated with a facility upgrade to include in part or in whole: electrical systems, lighting systems, mechanical systems, HVAC Systems, and plumbing systems will be the basis for calculating the cost of the permit. The calculations will be based on the following chart:

Cost of Energy Upgrade Improvement

$1 to $500

$501 to $2,000 $2,001 to $25,000

$25,001 to $50,000

$50,001 to $100,000

$100,001 to $500,000

$500,001 to   

$ 18.00

$18 for the first $500; plus $2 for each additional

$100 or fraction thereof, to and including $2,000

$48 for the first $2,000; plus $7 for each additional

$1,000 or fraction thereof, to and including $25,000

$209 for the first $25,000; plus $6 for each additional

$1,000 or fraction thereof, to and including $50,000

$359 for the first $50,000; plus $5 for each additional

$1,000 or fraction thereof, to and including $100,000

$609 for the first $100,000; plus $4 for each additional

$1,000 or fraction thereof, to and including $500,000

$2209 for the first $500,000; plus $3 for each additional

$1,000 or fraction thereof, to and including $1,000,000

$1,000,001 and over $3709 for the first plus $2 for each additional $1,000 or fraction thereof

Fixed Fee Rate Inspection Permits

 

Water Heater Replacement

$25.00

Furnace/AC Replacement (Window AC Exempt)

$35.00 per unit

Water Service Line Replacement

$25.00

Sewer Line Replacement/Connection

$25.00

Residential Re-Roof

$75.00

Residential Re-Siding

$25.00

Residential Egress Window Installation (each)

$35.00

Residential Window Replacement (lump sum) Erosion Control Permits (ECP)

$45.00

Flat Fee for Residential Housing Projects

$25.00

For Commercial Projects ECP shall be .025% of the Building Permit Fee General Contractor

Class A License (first year)

$175.00

 

Class A License (renewal + 6 contact hours)

$45.00

 

Class A License (renewal after February 1 st)

$175.00

 

Class B License (first year)

$150.00

 

Class B License (renewal + 6 contact hours)

$40.00

 

Class B License (renewal after February 1 st)

$150.00

 

Class C License (first year)

$120.00

 

Class C License (renewal + 4 contact hours)

$35.00

 

Class C License (renewal after February 1 st)

$120.00

 

Class D License cost per specialty (first year)

$100.00

 

Class D cost per specialty license (renewal)

$30.00

 

Class D cost per specialty license (renewal after February 1 st)

$100.00

 

Local Commercial License (first Year)

$150.00

 

Local Commercial License (renewal + 3 contact hours)

$40.00

 

Local Commercial License (renewal after February 1 st)

$150.00

 

Local Residential License (first year)

$120.00

 

Local Residential License (renewal + 3 contact hours)

$35.00

 

Local Residential License (renewal after February 1 st) Electrical

$120.00

 

Electrical License (first year)

$120.00

 

Electrical License (renewal)

$ 30.00

 

Electrical License (renewal after February 1 st)

$120.00

 

Master Electrician Certificate

$ 15.00

 

Journeyman Electrician Certificate Plumbing

$ 10.00

 

Plumbing License (first year)

$120.00

 

Plumbing License (renewal)

$ 30.00

 

Plumbing License (renewal after February 1 st)

$120.00

 

Master Plumber Certificate

$ 15.00

 

 

Journeyman Certificate

$ 10.00

 

Limited Journeyman Certificate Gas Fitter

10.00

 

Gas Fitter License

$ 30.00

 

Gas Fitter Certificate

10.00

 

Gas Pressure Test Mechanical

25.00

 

Mechanical License (first year)

$120.00

 

Mechanical License (renewal)

$ 30.00

 

Mechanical License (renewal after February 1 st)

$120.00

 

Mechanical Certificate

$ 15.00

 

Journeyman Mechanical Certificate

$ 10.00

 

Sign permits

$ 25.00

 

Fire Department Call for Service Report Copies

$ 45.00

 

Arson Investigation Report (Closed Case Only) Fireworks Stand License

$ 55.00

 

For profit

$500.00

 

Non-profit

$100.00

 

Firework Stand Inspection (for all permitted stands)

Hazard Materials Event Handling Fees (Fire Department)

$ 50.00






Vehicle Use$250.00 per hour

$250.00 per hour

$250.00 per hour

$250.00 per hour

$250.00 per hour

Grease Operating permit (Class A)

$10/Month

Grease Operating Pennit (w/pre-existing waiver) (Class B)

$20/month

Re-inspection Fee

$100.00

$300.00 per hour

 

sq-I           $150.00 per hour sq-2     $150.00 per hour                                 $100.00 per hour

Dozer $200.00 per hour Trac/Trai1 $150.00 per hour

Labor

Stand by Personnel:

Cost per person will be calculated at 1.5X for on duty crews and salaried staff at the scene, and 2X for all call back crews that report to the scene.

Labor

Cost per person will be calculated at 1.5X for on duty crews and salaried staff at the scene, and 2X for all call back crews that report to the scene.

Materials and Other Equipment Materials will be charged at actual purchase or rental costs.

Grease Management Program Fees

Self-Reporting (Late Fee)

$25/ Month or Partial Month

Grease Hauler Permit

$25.00/Year

Pawnbroker License

$ 25.00

Precious Metals Dealer License Dance License

$ 25.00

Single Dance

$ 5.00

One year or less Parking Permits

$ 60.00

Annual Downtown Residential Parking Permit

$25.00 per vehicle

Annual Downtown Commercial Parking Permit Peddlers, Solicitors, Canvassers, Itinerant Merchants

$50.00 per vehicle

Application

$ 35.00

License fee (week)

$ 10.00

License fee (year) — Itinerant Merchant/Flea

$100.00

Peddlers, Canvassers, Solicitors — Non-Permanent (year) $500.00 Police Permits and Charges

Officer Extra Duty/Events work (When available and approved $50 per hour

by the Chief of Police)

per officer*

One-time fee for registration of bicycle

$2.50 per bicycle

Standard Police (Offense or Traffic) Reports Digital Evidence Production Costs

$ 10.00

Interview Intoxylizer (DVD)

$10.00 per disc

ICOP/Watch Guard (DVD)

$10.00 per disc

Photogaph Document (CD)

$10.00 per disc

In Office Recording Viewing/Listening

$20.00 per hour.

* - This amount may be minimized for special circumstances, at the discretion of the Chief of Police.

** On disc(s) prepared after an event has been encrypted for long term storage (typically 30-45 days after the event is recorded), there is a $25.00 per event charge.

Regulated Scrap Metal Registration

            Non-refundable Registration (10 years)                                             $400.00

            Regisfration Renewal                                                                         $ 50.00

ROW Permits for Boring                                             $365.00/Sewer Main Crossing

(70% reimbursed upon successful inspection)

Tree Care License

 

Tree care license (pruning, removing, disposal)

$ 25.00

License to spray trees

$ 25.00

Arborist Certificate Taxi Cab Licenses

10.00

Vehicle, each (retroactive to 1/1/19)

$ 2 00

Driver, each (retroactive to 1/1/19)

$ 2 00

Driver Application Fee (retroactive to 1/1/19) Taxi Tickets

20.00

General Transportation (book of 10 tickets)

45.00


Elderly and Disabled (book of 10 tickets)

VIN Inspections (Per Vehicle)

Curb Cut Permits

Curb cut permit

Saw cut by Street Department

Moving Structures Permit Oversized Load Fees Permit

Moving Structures/Oversized Load Impact Fees

Police Escort Fees

BPU Service Fees

Public Works and Public Lands Fees

Park and Street Department Fees

City Inspector

City Forester

$ 20.00 $ 20.00

No Charge $5.00 per running foot

$ 25.00

$ 25.00

$100.00 per officer and per hour

$100.00 per unit per hour *

$58.00 Supervisor w/pickup per hour

$52.00 Personnel (each) per hour

$50.00 Digger Derrick per hour

$35.00 Bucket Truck per hour

$69.00 Director per hour

$38.00 Personnel (each) per hour

$25.00 Vehicle per hour $28.00 Administrative

Assistant per hour $50.00 Supervisor per hour

$25.00 Pickup per hour

$33.00 Personnel (each) per hour

$30.00 Bucket Truck per hour

$10.00 barricade use (each)

$2.00 traffic cone use (each)

$2.00 portable fencing (per ft)

$38.00 per hour

$50.00 per hour


* Minimum Charge Of $200.00/load plus $ 100.00 per hour/officer for any escort duty over one hour or for any load requiring more than 2 officers. Loads may not


be combined.

Sewer Connection Fees

 

Connection fee (inside city limits)

$2,500.00

Connection fee (outside city limits)

$3,500.00

Sewer recovery fee (new tap to a new service)

$ 550.00

Sewer recovery fee (new tap to an existing service)

$ 200.00

Sewer recovery fee Commercial

(75% X $550 + 18 month 100k back period)

$ 375.00

Clairvoyants, Fortunetellers, Etc. Carnivals

10.00

Each ride or concession

Minimum fee $100.00 — Maximum fee $250.00

10.00

Demolition Permits                                                                      $15.00 per 1,000 sq. ft.

            Minimum                                                                                                  25.00

Professional Sports Contests License (per event)                                                50.00

Cemetery Fees

Grave Space (Babyland)50.00 Grave Space — New Cemetery450.00

Grave Space — Old Cemetery350.00

Columbarium Space250.00

            Mausoleum Crypts                                                                 $1,500.00 per crypt


Open and close grave (Infant in Babyland)

Open and close grave

Internment Fee (Cremains)

Interment Fee (Cremation) Larger than 16"x16"x16"

Interrnent Fee (Cremation Garden)

Open and close mausoleum crypt

Open and close mausoleum columbarium

Surcharge for open and close gave, crypt, cremains on Saturday Surcharge for open and close gave, crypt, cremation on Monday through Friday after 3:00 P.M.

Disinterment:

Cremation

Infant

Adult

Duplicate cemetery deed

Preparation and recording of a quit claim deed

Setting a marker or inspection of individual mausoleum

Replacement Keys — Mausoleum

Transfer of Spaces (Per Space) Bronze Vase (Mausoleum)

White resin Vase (Mausoleum) Mausoleum Use for Services

Court Fees

Court Costs (City Portion)

Law Enforcement Fee & Trauma Fee (to State of Kansas)

Supreme Court Fee (to State of Kansas)

Fingerprint Fee (to McPherson County, if applicable)

Driving Under the Influence Assessment and Evaluation Fee (to State of Kansas)

Driving Under the Influence Laboratory Tests Fee (to State of

Kansas)

Diversion Fee (if applicable)

Expungement Fee

Incarceration Charges

Attorney Fees - Indigent Defendant

Detention Facility Fee — Juvenile

Wimess fees

50.00

400.00

200.00

300.00

50.00

500.00

150.00

250.00

50.00

500.00

600.00

800.00

30.00

30.00

30.00

5.00

30.00

25.00

25.00

150.00

$ 54.50

$ 22.50

$1.00

$45.00

$150.00

$400.00

$100.00

$50.00 per case

$35.00 per day

$ 75.00 per hour

$125.00 per day

$10.00 per day Community Building Rental Fees

Turkey Creek Golf Course

Annual Memberships

Family (4 members)

Family (3 members)

Couple

Single

Senior Couple (both 60 yrs. old)

Senior (60 yrs. Old)

Junior Membership

YP Single (30 and younger)

YP Couple (30 and younger)

Corporate Memberships

Silver Membership $2,500.00

per witness

Fees are set in "Attachrnent A"

$1,135.00 capped

1085.00

985.00

885.00

885.00

785.00

200.00

685.00

785.00


Includes 2 memberships/ 2 ten play cards

Employees get the use of our twilight fee ($25) at anytime (includes cart)

Employees have the option to join as a member for $600 Proof of work at corporate membership

Gold Membership $5,000.00

Includes 4 memberships/ 2 ten play cards/ 2 range passes

Employees get the use of our twilight fee ($25) at anytime (includes cart)

Employees have the option to join as a member for $600

Proof of work at corporate membership

10% off corporate tournament across the board (Does not include extra carts brought in for tournament)

Platinum Membership $7,500.00

Includes 6 memberships/ 2 ten play cards/ 2 cart passes/ 2 range passes

Employees get the use of our twilight fee ($25) at anytime (includes cart)

Employees have the option to join as a member for $600

Proof of work at corporate membership

15% off corporate tournament across the board (Does not include extra carts brought in for tournament)

USD employees/teachers membership May 1 st — August 31 st $425 but with no guest passes.

*Annual Membership includes: 8 medium buckets of balls and 3 guest passes ** *A 5% Discount will be available for Memberships purchased in full by February 1, 2022

* ** *Membership payments may be made in installments according to the following schedule: Payment #1= Due March 1($20 + 20%). Payment#2 = Due April 1 (20%), Payment#3 = Due May 1 (20%), Payment#4 = Due June 1 (20%), Payment #5 = Due July 1 (20%).

******Sunflower Golf Trail: An added bonus to the 2022 memberships will be a membership to the Sunflower Golf Trail at no additional charge. This will allow members to play at other participating Sunflower Golf Trail Courses at a rate of $25.00, which includes a green fee and cart rental. Only card carrying members are entitled to this rate. A list of participating courses will be available in January 2022.

18 Holes Weekend

 

26.00

18 Holes Weekday

 

21.00

9 Holes Weekend

 

16.00

9 Holes Weekday


14.00

Senior Weekday (60 yrs. old)

 

19.00

Student Green Fee (High School and Full-Time College)


19.00

Jr. Fee ages 11-17 weekday

 

12.00

Jr. Fee ages 11-17 weekend

 

15.00

Sr.(60+) 10 Play Patron Card (expires year from date


200.00

purchased)

10 Play Patron Card (card expires one year after purchase) $ 220.00 Weekday Twilight Fee* (Includes Green Fee plus cart rental) $ 26.00

                        Weekend Twilight Fee                                                              $ 30.00

                        Reciprocal Sunflower Golf Rate* *                                          $ 25.00

*Twilight Fee include the following dates (January-May)&(September-

December) Beginning at 2:00 p.m., (June-August) Beginning at 3:00 p.m. * *Reciprocal Sunflower Golf Rates for members at other participating Sunflower Trail Golf Courses include a green fee and a cart rental.

Cart Rental — Must be 16 Years Old

18 Holes $28.00 -or- $14.00 per rider 9 Holes $20.00 -or- $ 10.00 per rider

                        Pull Cart                                                                                           5.00

Golf Cart Punch Card 20/9 with 2 bonus punches (card expires one year after

purchase date)

140.00

Unlimited Cart Pass

Driving Range

550.00

Large Bucket8.00

Medium Bucket6.00

Driving Range Punch Pass100.00

Unlimited Range Pass250.00

Trail Fees

Turkey Creek Homeowners (season)175.00

Members with Trailers (season)175.00 18 Hole Trail Fee10.00

9 Hole Trail Fee6.00

Golf Cart Storage

 

 

Private Shed (Annual)

550.00

 

 

Public Shed (Annual)

Snack Bar

450.00






Gatorade2.50

Bottled Water2.00 Fountain Drinks1.50 Cooler Deposit5.00

Hamburgers3.25

Cheeseburger


3.50

Hot Dogs/P01ish

 

3.25

Candy Bars/Chips


1.50

Beer

 

3.00

Six Pack Beer

 

15.00

Trolley Usage

Public Tours — Include Holiday Light Tours

Adults (Age 19 and above)5.00 Students (ages 2-18)5.00 Seniors (62 and above)5.00

Infants (under 2 years)Free

Private Rental

$ 120.00 for first hour or any portion of the first hour, $60 for each additional hour or part of an additional hour

Non-Profit

$60.00 for first hour or any portion of the first hour, $30 for each additional hour or part of an additional hour

Educational Rate (Public Schools, Youth Related Groups)

$60.00 for first hour or any portion of the first hour, $30 for each additional hour or part of an additional hour

Water Park Fees

Daily Admissions

Children (Ages 0-2)Free Children (Ages 3-7)4.00 Children (Ages 8-17)5.00 Adults (Ages 18-61)5.00 Seniors (Ages 62 and Up)4.00

Lap Swim Pass (Season)50.00 Season Passes (Family)*      $ 235.00 Season Passes (Individual) $ 100.00 Punch Card (10 Swims) Good for one season only (3 and up) 35.00

Family Night* (Every Friday 5-8 pm.)

10.00

Shelter Rentals (two hours)

25.00

After Hours Party Rental (per hour)

$ 225.00

Lakeside, wall, and Oak Park Shelter Fees (4 Hours)

$50.00

(8 Hours)

Lakeside Shelters #5 and #6

Wall Park Shelters North, Middle, South

Oak Park Shelter

$100.00

Lakeside Cabin Rental Rates

City Residents (4 Hour Maximum)

 

 

Nonprofit or 501(c)3

Families and all others

City Residents (Daily Rental)

 

75.00

Nonprofit or 501 (c)3

 

100.00

Families and all others

Non-City Residents (4 Hour Maximum)

 

150.00

Nonprofit or 501 (c)3


100.00

Families and all others

Non-City Residents (Daily Rental)

 

150.00

Nonprofit or 501 (c)3

 

150.00

Families and all others

 

200.00


Section 2. That the following fees are hereby established for the purpose of wholly or partially defraying costs for proceedings under the City Zoning Regulations in amendments to zoning district classifications, for special use applications, and for Site Plan applications:

Amendment to District$ 100.00


Special Use$ 100.00 *

Site Plan$ 50.00

* If an amendment to a district and a special use application are concurrently processed for the same zoning lot, only one fee is to be charged which would be the higher of the two fees listed.

If notifications have been given for an amendment to a district classification or a special use application and the applicant requests a deferral of the hearing, the applicant will be charged the direct cost of re-notification.

Section 3. That the following fees are hereby established for the purpose of wholly or partially defraying costs of proceedings before the City Board of Zoning Appeals for appeals from the determination of the Zoning Administrator, variances and conditional uses:

Appeal$ 100.00

Variance$ 100.00

Conditional Use$ 100.00

If notifications have been given for an appeal, variance or conditional use and the applicant requests a deferral of the hearing, the applicant will be charged the direct cost of re-notification.

Section 4. That the following fees are hereby established for the purpose of wholly or partially defraying costs of administration and enforcement under the Zoning Regulations for various pennits and certificates:

Principal Structure or Use$ 25.00 *

Accessory Structure or Use$ 25.00 *

Sign Only$ 25.00 *

Portable Sign - 30 days or less$ 25.00

Portable Sign - Annual$ 100.00 per year or

$ 9.00 per month for remaining months in calendar year.

Service Charge for Redeeming

Illegally Placed Portable Sign$ 25.00

Temporary Pennit No Charge

* This fee is not separately required ifan application is concurrently made and a fee paid for a Building Permit. When an application for a pennit is concurrently made for any combination of principal, accessory or sign structures or uses, the highest fee applicable to any one of the structures or uses will apply.

If there is a failure to apply for a zoning permit prior to commencing the consfruction, structural alteration, enlargement or moving of a structure or the establishment, change to another, extension or enlargement of a use which upon investigation would otherwise have been permitted by the Zoning Regulations, there shall be an investigation charge added to the above permit fee which doubles the cost of the fee.

Section 5. That the following fees are hereby established for the purpose of wholly or partially defraying costs of proceedings under the Subdivision Regulations for applications pertaining to platting.

Sketch PlanNo Charge

Preliminary Plat$100 plus $5 for each lot over one Final PlatNo Charge

Lot Split$ 25.00

Correction of Platting ErrorEngineering costs and

Recording fee for affidavit

Vacation of a Street, Alley, Public Easement or Public Reservation (Building setback line, access control, etc.)$ 100.00

The cost of recording documents, publications, writs, engineering costs and inspections are payable in addition to filing fees. These, if any, will be billed to the applicant.

No fee shall be required when a proposed plat or lot-split is submitted by any agency, political subdivision, board or commission of any township, city, the county, the state or federal government.

Section 6. That no part of the fees in Sections 2-5, inclusive, shall be refunded after payment is made in advance of filing an application, except when a zoning permit is not approved by the Zoning Adminisfrator in Section 4. A written receipt shall be issued by the City to the person(s) making the payment and records thereof shall be kept in such manner as prescribed by law.

Section 7. That the foregoing fees shall become effective on January l, 2022 and after adoption of this resolution. To the extent that any fee set in this resolution has not been validly authorized, the fee shall not be assessed or collected unless and until the governing body has validly authorized the fee and such authorization is effective.

Section 8. Any fee under this resolution may be waived only by vote of the governing body. The governing body will weigh the faimess to others paying a similar fee if the fee is waived, whether the requesting party is a for-profit or a not for-profit entity and the community benefit versus loss of revenue that is offsetting the cost of the service.

Section 9. That all other parts of any prior resolution or City fee schedule which conflict, with this Resolution are hereby repealed.

ADOPTED by the governing body this 28th day of December, 2021.

Thomas Brown, Mayor

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Attachment A tacPhcrson Communlw Dulldlnø

 

Rates and Foes

 

Available space

City resident rate

Non-Resident Rate

Other Fees

Gymnasium

$30 per hour

$50 per hour

 

Multi-purpose room

($160 with tablecloths)

$80 per hour/2 hour minimum

$125 per hour/2 hour minimum

$100 cleaning

General McPherson Suite

$20 per hour/2 hour minimum

$25 per hour/2 hour minimum

$20 cleaning

Globe Refiners Suite

$20 per hour/2 hour minimum

$25 per hour/2 hour minimum

$20 cleaning

Light Capital Suite

$20 per hour/2 hour minimum

$25 per hour/2 hour minimum

$20 cleaning

Kitchen

$30 per hour

$50 per hour

$200 cleaning

Kitchen add-on*

$100

$150

 

Multipurpose package**

$1,000

$1,300                              Setup/cleaning included

Multi-purpose/kitchen package* *

$1,500

$2,100                              Setup/cleaning included

Facility package***

$1,300

$1,800                              Setup/cleaning included

*   *Package rates include setup and cleaning fees and 14 total hours of access. Additional hours fall under the per hour rate and access times are flexible via building management. *** Facility package rate includes setup, cleaning fees and eight hours of access to the gym and Citizens Hall.

*The kitchen add on applies when kitchen space is only needed as extra space with use of refrigerators/coffee maker.

*   A $400 refundable security deposit is due at contract signing for Citizens Hall. Cancellations must be made at least 14 days prior to event. Failure to do so will result in loss of deposit. Exceptions can be made for weather-related cancellations or postponements. This amount will then be applied to the rental amount. If rental is below $400, a refund will be issued for the difference.

*   An additional $ 100 fee will be applied when it is required (management decision) the gym floor be covered for an event.

*   An additional $50 per hour cleaning fee will apply if facilities are not left in acceptable manner.

*   A discount up to 30 percent on rental rates and cleaning fees will be considered for nonprofits with 501 (c)3 status as well as veteran organizations. Select other unsponsored, not-for-profit events where no money is changing hands will be considered for discount. Special rates also will be considered for frequent use.

*   20-percent discount off total rate for booking multiple meeting rooms for a minimum of two hours.

*   Rental rates include all amenities listed below.

Citizens Hall room amenities

*   Tables (Styles vary)

. Chairs

*   Lectern/microphone

*   Access to available audio/visual equipment (Might require training prior to event).

*   Brewed coffee and cups provided for $.50 per guest.

*   Bar service is available through building management (Fees vary).

Meeting/training room amenities

*   Conference table and chairs or training tables available.

*   Access to available audio/visual equipment (Might require training prior to event).

*   Brewed coffee and cups provided for $.50 per guest.

Gymnasium amenities

*   Full-court basketball play/scoreboard and sound system/bleacher seating

*   Two-court basketball play/scoreboard and sound system/bleacher seating

*   Full-court volleyball play/scoreboard and sound system/bleacher/balcony seating

*   Two-court volleyball play/scoreboard and sound system/bleacher/balcony seating

*   Gymnasium can also be covered and will be considered for various other events.

Other uses (Tentative)

*   Open gym for McPherson Middle School students: 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Monday (unless events are scheduled).

*   Open gym for McPherson High School students: 6 to 8 p.m. Monday (unless events are scheduled)

*   Community Christmas and Thanksgiving Dinners will be scheduled.

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