Case #20-20: Shall the request from Stock and Associates on behalf of NorthPark Partners for lot consolidation be approved for Lots 14-19 NorthPark Plat One and Lots 20A-20AB North Park Plat Nine? Documents: PH Case #20-20
Case #20-22: Shall a Special Use Permit be granted to Natara A. Anthony, for a change of ownership to continue operating a commercial hair salon, as operator, located at 8237 Airport Rd in the City of Berkeley, St. Louis County Missouri? Documents: PH Case #20-22
Request for Rezoning, Special Use Permits, Re-subdivision
Case No. 20-21: A request for an Appeal to the City Plan Commission decision of denial for a Special Use Permit to Latoya Reese to operate a Wig & Lash Parlor at 8347 Frost Ave, Berkeley MO 63134. Documents: Appeal Request
Case No. 20-25: A request for a referral to the City Plan Commission to review and consider a Special Use Permit to Donna Smith and Vincentia Barber for doing business at Um Good, Taste of Haven, Heavenly Good at 8573, 8567 Airport Rd & 6201 Madison Rd, Berkeley MO 63134. Documents: Referral Request
Citizens Hearings(Citizens comments need to be received by email ahead of the meeting.)
#3558 A Resolution Authorizing Natara Anthony, a Special Use Permit to Change Ownership to Continue Operating a Commercial Hair Salon, as Operator, Located at 8237 Airport Rd in the City of Berkeley, St. Louis County, MO Documents: Resolution #3558
Bill #4806 An Ordinance Amending Ordinance #4558 Monthly Gasoline Allowance for Members of the Council for Council-Related Activities (Mayor Deinbo) - 2nd & 3rd Reading Documents: Bill #4806
Bill #4807 An Ordinance Amending Title V Building and Construction; and the Repeal of Certain Sections in Part of or in its Entirety (City Manager Irvin) - 2nd & 3rd Reading Documents: Bill #4807
Bill #4808 An Ordinance Authorizing the Sale of Certain Land in the City of Berkeley Commonly Known as an Undersized Parcel of Land at the end of Stanberry Drive and Directly Behind 4451 Brown Road as Outlined in Bidding Document 908 (City Manager Irvin) - 2nd & 3rd Reading Documents: Bill #4808
Bill #4809 An Ordinance of the City of Berkeley, Missouri, Authorizing the City Manager to Execute an Agreement with Bent Law Firm (City Manager Irvin) - 2nd & 3rd Reading Documents: Bill #4809
Appointments to Board and Commissions * Tracy Cole - Economic Development Commission
Introduction of Bills
Bill #4810 An Ordinance Approving a Site Plan and Lot Consolidation for Lots 14-19 NorthPark Plat One, and Lots 20A-20B NorthPark Plat Nine, Commonly Known as 8850 North Hanley Rd, in the City of Berkeley, MO (City Manager Irvin) Documents: Bill #4810
Bill #4811 An Ordinance of the City of Berkeley, MO, Authorizing the Mayor to Execute the Attached Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Officers Between the City of Berkeley and the Eastern MO Coalition of Police, Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 15 (City Manager Irvin) Documents: Bill #4811
Bill #4812 An Ordinance of the City of Berkeley, MO, Authorizing the Mayor to Execute the Attached Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Corporals and Sergeants Between the City of Berkeley and the Eastern MO Coalition of Police, Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 15 (City Manager Irvin) Documents: Bill #4812
Bill #4813 An Ordinance of the City of Berkeley, MO, Authorizing the Mayor to Execute the Attached 2020 CDBG Supplemental Cooperation Agreement (Council Present) Documents: Bill #4813
Reports and Recommendations from the City Manager
Closed Meeting (610.021): Litigation, Real Estate, &/or Personnel
Reports from the City Clerk
Reports from the Attorney
Reports from the Special Committees
Reports from the Standing Committees
Reports from the Council
Next Scheduled Meeting: November 16, 2020 @ 1pm - Virtual
In light of the current public health crisis and the Federal, State, and County Emergency Declarations, and in accord with the provision of Sec. 610.020, RSMo., the City recognizes that it would be dangerous and impractical, if not impossible, for meetings to be physically accessible to the public. The City also recognizes the need for the publics business to be attended to in order to protect the public health, safety, and welfare. In order to balance both the need for continuity of government and protection of the health and safety of our residents, business persons, and employees, this meeting of the City of Berkeley will not be open to public attendance in person. The meeting will accessible by the public in real time ONLY by video/audio webinar.
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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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