5/1/12 COMMITTEE MEETING NOTES WARDS REDUCED
Committee Meeting Notes 1 30 12
Jan 2012 Email to Approach Economic Development
Role of Alderman in Economic Development
Speed Camera Traffic Analysis
FYI-THE RED LIGHT CAMERA DOLLARS WERE DEDICATED TO POLICE DEPT. SPENDING ONLY BY A PREVIOUS BOARD.
SPECIAL MEETING 5/10/11
yes-CLOSED SESSION- SAVED CITY $$$
REGULAR MEETING 6/6/11
3. COMMUNICATION/PUBLIC COMMENT
yes a) approval of minutes 5/2/11b)
president of board as a whole-leo
yes c) appointments - shawn short to replace
joe simpson-resigned position
yes d) 2011 LIQUOR LICENSE RENEWALS- CODE ? to fix in next meeting
yes e) THE ASHBY SPECIAL EVENT
yes f) 2012 CDBG BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM
75% RESIDENTS-25% STREETS
- here i fought for 100% residents, don from ward 1 agreed with my arguments and negotiated the
4. bills for 2nd reading
yes, 1 yr test-pavillion roof, water fountain,
hockey rink & side walk seen from pool where dirt is washing away... to be fixed in house as a result-
a) bill 2805- grass trimming outsource quotes...only savings
is re assigned manhours as city est. 17,000.00 as their expense. lowest bid is 25720.00, the city feels they can make up the
cost in park repairs,ie: fountain, hockey rink, pavillion, sidewalk along ashby- that they can get done vs outsourcing.
yes, not retroactive-b) bill 2810-car wash business license REDUCTION
TO MEET COMPETITIVE PRICING IN SURROUNDING CITIES.
waiver for late fees, during consideration.
/would accept water drainage & a re look in 2 yrs when city hall is paid off unless health risk were present-a)
bill 2811 facility study city hall has 2 major water run off issues and the old street dept
garage needs repair/replacement. back parking lot needs to be secured, covered parking needs to be considered to keep unused
police vehicles out of the elements. DH architects phase 1 of the costs are to create the design estimated at 11800.00 phase
2 cost to be determined... clayton engineering 4200.00 preliminary site study...both co have many excluded additional costs
to be billed.
2812 trade in police sidearms glock is offering a program which would cost 55.00/unit to upgrade to a more efficient
model. this was scheduled to replace in 2012 however then it may be at cost which is 409/unit. dea $ in use
2813 CC compressor for a/c replacement-verbal quote from c/r $7997
yes- d) bill 2814 an ordinance electing that
the director of revenue collect and allocate the city's existing 0.5% capital improvement sales tax in the manner set forth
in "option 2" of section 94.890.4 rsmo
2815 st louis cty SAVES program agreement with st louis county allowing them to run a low interest energy efficient
loans program to the residents for 3 years
REGULAR MEETING 7/5/11
3. COMMUNICATIONS/PUBLIC COMMENT
APPROVAL OF MINUTES 5/10 SPECIAL, 5/30 COMMITTEE & 6/6 REGULAR
WEST OVERLAND FIRE DISTRICT REQUEST- MDA collection authorization
APPOINTMENTS 1 to p&z, 1 to board of adjustment, 1 to police commission.
4. INTRODUCTION OF BILLS-
a) yes BILL 2816 COMMUNITY CENTER GRANT STUDY -
we have a 4000.00 grant to put towards a study for the community center for renovation or re design a
new facility approx cost 11600.00 to city. Money to actually do the project would have to be voted on
by the residents as likely it would have to come to a bond issue...there should be community meetings about this as well...please
let me know how you feel about this possibility.
b) yes BILL 2817 EQUIPMENT FOR NEW DETECTIVE
VEHICLES - insurance payout from suspect hitting a police car and additional drug forfeiture
funds to pay for this, the equipment is not transferable and the rest of the money will go towards paying for the other police
cars, dea $ can be tracked thru the law enforcement fund
c) yes BILL 2818 2011 VACATION BUY-BACK
- ee's would prefer july payout vs december the ordinance will remain the same in case anything
comes up in future years, however since the cash flow is better this year than the 2 previous those ee's who would like this
in july vs dec. will be allowed for this year.
d) yes BILL 2819 WAVIER
OF BUILDING PERMIT FEES FOR STORM DAMAGE VICTIMS-HOFFMAN
thanx to alderman
of ward 4 hoffmann the city has decided that those who lost so much in the tornado that hit nw st ann will have their permit
fees waived for reconstruction of their homes
e) yes BILL 2820 AN ORDINANCE CHANGING
THE TOTAL NUMBER OF LIQUOR LICENSES WHICH MAY BE ISSUED BY THE CITY FOR SALE OF LIQUOR BY THE DRINK.
TOTAL NOT TO EXCEED (8). THIS ONE EXTENED FROM THE JUNE 6TH BOARD MEETING.
REGULAR MEETING _8_/_1_/11
YES MUNINCIPAL ASSISTANCE CORPORATION MEETING. A CITYHALL BOND COMMITTEE REQUIREMENT FOR THE IRS.
3. COMMUNICATIONS / PUBLIC COMMENT
YES A.) APPROVAL OF MINUTES 7-5,25-11
YES B.)SPECIAL EVENT-CAR WASH (SOCCER
4. items from city administrator/city clerk
a) BILL 2821 - LAKESIDE ROOFING, WESTPORT POOLS & PENNY WINDOWS FOR POOL.
b) RESOLUTION 2011-2 A BLIGHTING STUDY AT ST CHARLES RK RD/ST TIMOTHY LN.
NEW CONSTRUCTION POSSIBLE
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