Public Building Commission
It shall be the duty of the Public Building Commission to
develop preliminary plans and cost estimates and supervise the
construction of, addition to, or alteration of any building
approved by Council, based upon a statement of need,
including specified requirements and specifications.
Municipal Code adopted by Ordinance #4044 on 7/7/2009
Chapter 2, Article III, Division 3
Sec. 2-107. Created; purpose.
The public building commission of the City of Wellington, Kansas, is
created for the purposes of, and shall have the powers and shall
perform the functions set forth in, K.S.A. 12-1757 et seq., as
amended and supplemented, including by Charter ordinance of the
city (the "Act"), provided that the public building commission of the
City of Wellington, Kansas, may not adopt a resolution of intent
relating to the issuance of its bonds to pay the costs to renovate,
remodel and improve the existing Memorial Auditorium building of
the city and the leasing of such Memorial Auditorium project to the
city, unless the question of the city requesting the issuance of such
bonds and leasing such project from the public building commission
is first approved by a majority of the electors of the city voting at an
election wherein such question is submitted to such electors. Such
election, if held, shall be conducted by the county election officer
and in accordance with the provisions of the general bond law. The
governing body of the city, by ordinance or Charter ordinance,
hereafter taking effect, shall have the authority to further limit,
expand or otherwise alter the purposes, powers functions of the
public building commission.
(Ord. No. 3228, § I; Ord. No. 3998, § 1, 7-17-2007; Ord. No. 4027, § 1,
Sec. 2-108. Composition.
The public building commission shall be composed of five members.
In the event that the public building commission provides buildings
or structures that are leased to governmental entities other than the
city, the composition of the commission shall be modified by
subsequent ordinance of the council to conform to the requirements
of the Act and the governing body shall approve such buildings or
(Ord. No. 3228, § II; Ord. No. 3998, § 2, 7-17-2007)
|John M. Lloyd
* Term does not expire
Meets only as needed at City Hall in Council Chambers