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City of Berkeley, MO CITY OF BERKELEY, MO
City Council Meeting Agenda 9-16-2019

Monday, September 16, 2019 at 07:00 PM


BOARD OR COMMISSION: City Council
MEETING DATE: Monday, September 16, 2019 at 07:00 PM
MEETING PLACE: City Hall
  1. Meeting Called to Order
    1. Roll Call
    2. Pledge of Allegiance
  2. Approval of Minutes
    1. Regular Meeting: August 19, 2019
      Documents: 08-19-19 Minutes

  3. Public Hearing
    1. Case #19-13: Shall a Special Use Permit be granted to Radwan Daboul to operate a secondary automotive service and storage located at 5832 Garfield Avenue?
      Documents: Public Hearing Case 19-13 SUP

  4. Request for Rezoning, Special Use Permits, Re-subdivision
    1. Case #19-17: Request for Referral to the City Plan Commission Agenda for Special Use Permit for the operation of a Large and Fleet Vehicle Wash by petitioner Kevin H. Shepard, PH on behalf of St. Louis Fleet Wash.
      Documents: Request for Referral Case 19-17

  5. Citizen Hearings (Anyone wishing to speak must complete a Speaker Card at the Rear)
    1. St. Louis Zoo in Spanish Lake presented by AmeriCorps
      Documents: Americorp Flyer

  6. Resolutions
    1. Res #3483 – A Resolution to Reimburse such Councilperson and City Manager for Expenses Specifically Incurred by them, if any, for the Month of September 2019 (Council Present)
      Documents: Resolution 3483 Sept 2019

    2. Res #3484 - A Resolution Authorizing Radwan Daboul A Special Use Permit For The Operation Of A Secondary Auto Service And Storage, Located At 5832 Garfield Avenue, In The City Of Berkeley, St. Louis County, Missouri (Council Present)
      Documents: Resolution 3484 SUP 5832 Garfield Ave

    3. Res #3485 - A Resolution of the City of Berkeley Adopting the St. Louis Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan (Council Present)
      Documents: Resolution 3485 Hazard Mitigation Plan | Draft-2020 STL Reg Haz Mit Plan

    4. Res #3486 - A Resolution Urging The County Executive And County Council To Restore Accountability And Responsibility Among County Appointees (Council Present)
      Documents: Resolution 3486 Library Board

  7. Petitions
  8. Unfinished Business
    1. Bill #4723 – An Ordinance Amending Chapter 400, Article II, to Change the Use of Group Homes for Foster Care and Group Homes for Mentally or Physically Handicapped from a Special Use to a Permitted Use in the Residential Zoned Districts of the City of Berkeley, to Insure the Public Health, Safety and Welfare Thereof (Council Present) - 2nd & 3rd Reading
      Documents: Bill 4723 Amend Group Homes

    2. Bill #4724 – An Ordinance of the City of Berkeley, Missouri, Authorizing the Mayor to Execute the Attached FY2019 CDBG Supplemental Cooperation Agreement (Council Present) - 2nd & 3rd Reading
      Documents: Bill 4724 CDBG Supp Coop Agr FY2019

    3. Bill #4725 – An Ordinance of the City of Berkeley, Missouri, Authorizing the Mayor to Execute the Attached Shred-It Agreement for Secure document Destruction Services (Council Present) - 2nd & 3rd Reading
      Documents: Bill 4725 Shred-It

    4. Bill #4727 – An Ordinance of the City of Berkeley, Missouri, Authorizing the Mayor to Execute the Attached Leo M. Ellebracht Company Agreement for Personal Protective Equipment (Council Present) - 2nd & 3rd Reading
      Documents: Bill 4727 Protective Equipment

    5. Bill #4728 – An Ordinance of the City of Berkeley, Missouri, Authorizing the Mayor to Execute the Attached Smeal Fire Apparatus LLC Agreement (Council Present) - 2nd & 3rd Reading
      Documents: Bill 4728 Pumper Fire Apparatus

    6. Bill #4729 – An Ordinance of the City of Berkeley, Missouri, Authorizing the Mayor to Execute the Attached Hochschild, Bloom, & Company LLP Agreement for Audit Services (Council Present) - 2nd & 3rd Reading
      Documents: Bill 4729 Hochschild Bloom

    7. Bill #4730 - An Ordinance Amending Ordinance #4547 Authorizing the Mayor to Execute the Attached Quit Claim Deed for City Owned Real Property as Identified to Rubicon Corporation (Council Present) - 2nd & 3rd Reading
      Documents: Bill 4730 Amend Ord 4547

    8. Bill #4731 - An Ordinance Ordering The Levy And Fixing The Rate Of Taxes To Be Collected In The City Of Berkeley, Missouri, For The Fiscal Year 2019/2020, To Provide For The General Revenue; Establishment And Maintenance Of Public Parks; And To Provide For The Payment Of Interest And Principal On All Outstanding Bonds Of The City Of Berkeley, Missouri (Council Present) - 2nd & 3rd Reading
      Documents: Bill 4731 Tax Levy FY2019-2020

  9. New Business
    1. Appointments to Board and Commissions
    2. Discussion – Purchase Dell Computers – Under State Bid (DI)
      Documents: Staff Report Computer Purchase

    3. Discussion – Pool Closure Date Extended to 09-30-19 – to continue water aerobics (DI)
    4. Discussion – Dollar Home Program – ED Coordinator Smith-Drake (DI)
      Documents: Dollar Home Program

    5. Discussion – Mow and Own Program – ED Coordinator Smith-Drake (DI)
      Documents: Mow & Own Program

  10. Introduction of Bills
    1. Bill #4732 – An Ordinance of the City of Berkeley, Missouri, Authorizing the Purchase of Washington Park Cemetery from Saint Louis County Post-Third Sale (Council Present)
      Documents: Bill 4732 Purchase Washington Park Cemetery

  11. Communications
  12. Reports and Recommendations from the City Manager
    1. Closed Meeting (610.021): Litigation, Real Estate, &/or Personnel
    2. Liquor License Renewal - Incognito Bar & Grill - 8636 Frost Ave (Full, Sunday Sales)
      Documents: Renewal - Incognito

  13. Reports from the City Clerk
  14. Reports from the Attorney
  15. Reports from the Special Committees
  16. Reports from the Standing Committees
    1. City Plan Commission Meeting Minutes - 08/14/2019
      Documents: Meeting Minutes 08-14-19

  17. Reports from the Council
  18. Audience Participation (Limited to Subjects Addressed During the Meeting)
  19. Adjournment

    Next Scheduled Meeting: October 7, 2019 @ 7:00 pm

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    Please Note: In accordance with RSMo section 610.021, the council may go into closed session during this meeting to discuss matters of litigation, legal actions, and/or communication from the City Attorney as provided under Section 610.021 (1), and/or personnel under Section 610.021 (13), and/or hiring, firing, disciplining, or promoting employees under Section 610.021 (3), and/or real estate under Section 610.021 (2).

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