The change order to add an intersection at 21st Street and Quail Crossing was approved by the Andover City Council on Tuesday evening.
The design was approved by the Kansas Department of Transportation.
The total project cost is $40,449.29. Much of that cost qualifies under the 80/20 cost agreement with 80 percent being federal funds and 20 percent being paid by the City. The total City-at-large cost is $21,931.69.
With the addition of the intersection comes a redesign of the landscape plan. The cost of Rice Foster Associates to redesign the plan is not to exceed $2,265.
The City Council also:
* Approved an ordinance changing the zoning district classification of land located at 615 North Andover Road.
* Approved a resolution repealing and replacing the resolution establishing the times and dates for permitted sales and permitted discharge of fireworks within the City of Andover.
* Discussed a new construction incentive plan. Council members agreed they would like to pursue a Neighborhood Revitalization Plan to compete with neighboring towns that have recently adopted a new home incentive plan. The plan will be discussed at an upcoming workshop meeting with the hopes of making some decisions and moving forward with a plan.
* Elected Council Member Troy Tabor as new Council President.