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City of Berkeley, MO CITY OF BERKELEY, MO
Council Meeting Agenda 03-16-2020 - NO Public Attendance

Monday, March 16, 2020 at 01:00 PM

MEETING DATE: Monday, March 16, 2020 at 01:00 PM
  1. Meeting Called to Order
    1. Roll Call
    2. Pledge of Allegiance
  2. Neighborhood Stabilization Grant Drawing
  3. Approval of Minutes
    1. Regular Meeting: 03-02-2020
      Documents: 03-02-20 Minutes

    2. Special Meeting: 03-06-20
      Documents: 03-06-20 Minutes

  4. Public Hearing
  5. Request for Rezoning, Special Use Permits, Re-subdivision
    1. Case No. ED20-01: Request for Referral to the Economic Development Commission Agenda to review a request for a ten-year tax abatement at 8854 Frost Avenue.
      Documents: Request for Referral

  6. Citizens Hearings(Anyone wishing to speak must complete a Speaker Card at the Rear)
  7. Resolutions
    1. #3521 – A Resolution for the Authorization of Bank Signatures for the City of Berkeley Police and Fire Pension Plan Bank Account (Council Present)
      Documents: Resolution 3521

  8. Petitions
  9. Unfinished Business
    1. Bill #4769 – An Ordinance of the City of Berkeley, MO, Authorizing the Purchase of Post-Third Sale Properties for Use as Inventory for the Dollar Home and Mow & Own Programs (City Manager Irvin) - 2nd & 3rd Reading
      Documents: Bill #4769

    2. Bill #4770 – An Ordinance Approving the Consolidation of Lots A & B, Plat No. 1 Recorded in Plat Book 142 Page 99 Also known as 9040 Frost Avenue and 9080 Frost Avenue, in the City of Berkeley, MO, St. Louis County (City Manager Irvin) - 2nd & 3rd Reading
      Documents: Bill #4770

    3. Bill #4771 – An Ordinance Authorizing a Zoning Change to P-1 Park District from M-1 Industrial District for Four Parcels of Land Comprising the Washington Park Cemetery Located at 4522 James S. McDonnell (11.98 Acres), 4524 James S. McDonnell (0.04 Acres), 4560 James S. McDonnell (26.83 Acres) and 4744 James S. McDonnell Blvd (2.86 Acres) in the City of Berkeley, St. Louis County, MO (City Manager Irvin) - 2nd & 3rd Reading
      Documents: Bill #4771

    4. Bill #4772 – An Ordinance Providing for the Submission to the Qualified Voters of the City of Berkeley, MO, at a Special Election to be held on August 4, 2020, Proposition for a Tax Not to Exceed Twenty-Five Cents on the Hundred Dollars Assessed Valuation on all Property Taxable by the County to Provide Funds Annually to pay the Cost of the Creation and Operation of Additional Emergency Ambulance Services for the Municipal Fire Department (City Manager Irvin) - 2nd & 3rd Reading
      Documents: Bill #4772

    5. Bill #4773 – An Ordinance of the City of Berkeley, MO, Authorizing the Mayor, Assistant City Manager, and Fire Chief to Execute the Attached Collective Bargaining Agreement Between the City of Berkeley and the Professional Fire Fighters of Eastern Missouri I.A.F.F. Local 2665 (Council Present)
      Documents: Bill #4773

  10. New Business
    1. Appointments to Board and Commissions
  11. Introduction of Bills
    1. Bill #4775 - An Ordinance of the City of Berkeley, Missouri, Authorizing the Mayor to Execute the Attached Agreement with Idemia Identity and Security USA LLC (City Manager Irvin)
      Documents: Bill #4775

  12. Communications
  13. Reports and Recommendations from the City Manager
    1. Closed Meeting (610.021): Litigation, Real Estate, &/or Personnel
    2. Liquor License Renewal – Hilton Garden Inn, 4450 Evans Place Drive (Full, Sunday Sales)
  14. Reports from the City Clerk
  15. Reports from the Attorney
  16. Reports from the Special Committees
  17. Reports from the Standing Committees
    1. City Plan Commission Minutes - 11/13/2019 & 02/12/2020
      Documents: 11-13-19 Minutes | 02-12-20 Minutes

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

    Next Scheduled Meeting: April 06, 2020 @ 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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