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MINUTES OF THE REGULAR BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING

City Hall

November 18, 2002

Council Chambers

7:00 p.m.

The Mayor led with the Pledge of Allegiance.

ROLL CALL

Present: Alderman Boyd, Alderman Marshall, Alderman Leahy, Alderman Golfin, Alderwoman Mehler, Alderman Robertson, Alderman Wynn, Alderman Cross.

City Attorney Murphy, City Clerk/Administrator Seemayer, City Treasurer Reynders and Executive Secretary Williams.

Absent: Zoning Administrator Wolf and Economic Development Director Shelton.

CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA OF THE REGULAR BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING OF NOVEMBER 18, 2002

Motion was made by Alderman Leahy, second by Alderman Golfin to approve and adopt the Agenda of the Regular Board of Aldermen Meeting of November 18, 2002. Roll call: Alderman Boyd, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderwoman Mehler, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE REGULAR BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING OF NOVEMBER 4, 2002

Motion was made by Alderman Golfin, second by Alderman Robertson to approve and adopt the Minutes of the Regular Board of Aldermen Meeting of November 4, 2002. Roll call: Alderman Boyd, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderwoman Mehler, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

Bids – None

HEARING OF ANY MATTER OF PUBLIC INTEREST UPON REQUEST OF ANY PERSON PRESENT – None

INTRODUCTIONS, READINGS, AND PASSAGE OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

Bill No. 5145 – Amending and Restating Resolution No. 879

Mayor Kelly said this bill is regarding the Costco Project, which is in the redevelopment area of Hanley Industrial Court. They are adding a tract of land to their proposal that was originally designated as future redevelopment area and ultimately eliminating part that was in the initial proposal. The parcel of land was also part of the original Promenade proposal as a development area but as a means of tidying up the redevelopment agreement, they needed to add that to their area for the development of the Costco site.

Mayor Kelly said Pace Properties will be assigning the development rights over to Costco and Costco will be the developer.

Alderman Leahy said Resolution No. 879 was passed more than 60 days ago. Page 3, section 7 of the funding agreement, establishes that the City has the right to terminate only if a redevelopment agreement is not executed within 60 days following the conclusion of a public hearing. No public hearing has been held on Resolution No. 879, so the City is not under any time frame at this point.

Mayor Kelly said that is correct because the City has not initiated the funding agreement.

Alderman Leahy said in Resolution No. 879 there was a three day executive sign off to receive funds and no funds have been received, so Resolution No. 879 is basically void at this point.

Mayor Kelly said yes.

City Attorney Murphy gave Bill No. 5145, AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING RESOLUTION NO. 879 DESIGNATING PACE PROPERTIES, INCORPORATED AS THE PREFERRED DEVELOPER IN CONNECTION WITH A PROPOSED TAX INCREMENT FINANCING PROJECT, AUTHORIZING A PRELIMINARY FUNDING AGREEMENT WITH PACE PROPERTIES, INCORPORATED AND ESTABLISHING AN ESCROW FOR FUNDING COSTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROPOSED PROJECT, its first and second readings.

Motion was made by Alderman Golfin, second by Alderman Robertson to approve and adopt Bill No. 5145. Roll call: Alderman Boyd, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, no; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderwoman Mehler, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, no; Alderman Cross, yes.

The Mayor thereupon declared Bill No. 5145 duly passed and signed same into approval. Said Bill was given Ordinance No. 3852.

Resolution No. 886- Holiday Open House

Mayor Kelly said this resolution is required by City Code in order to have alcoholic beverages served on City property at the Holiday Open House on December 2, 2002.

Alderman Leahy asked if citizens wish to use the Recreation Center could they come to the Board and request the same considerations.

Mayor Kelly said yes. It has been done in the parks for special uses.

Motion was made by Alderman Cross, second by Alderwoman Mehler to approve and adopt Resolution No. 886. Roll call: Alderman Boyd, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderwoman Mehler, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, no; Alderman Cross, yes.

ACCOUNTS AGAINST THE CITY

Motion was made by Alderman Golfin, second by Alderwoman Mehler to approve the revised warrant list dated November 18, 2002. All in favor, none opposed.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES AND DEPARTMENT HEADS:

Mayor’s Report

Holiday Open House

Mayor Kelly reminded everyone of the Holiday Open House on December 2, 2002 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Recreation Center.

Public Safety Committee – No report

Public Works Committee – No further report

City Engineer – No report

Parks – No report

Zoning Administrator – No report

Ways and Means Committee

Meeting

Alderman Golfin announced a Ways and Means Committee meeting would be held this week. The members have the proposed budget for 2003, which will be reviewed at that meeting.

Planning and Zoning – No report

City Attorney – No report

City Clerk/Administrator – No report

Director of Economic Development – No report

Excise Commissioner

Liquor License Request/Brentwood Mobil /2120 Brentwood Blvd.

City Clerk/Administrator Seemayer said they are changing ownership at the Brentwood Mobil Station. They currently have a beer and wine package license and the new owner is requesting the same thing.

Motion was made by Alderman Cross, second by Alderman Boyd to approve the liquor license request for Brentwood Mobil Station. Roll call: Alderman Boyd, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, no; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderwoman Mehler, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

Mayor Kelly said establishments that have package liquor licenses are able to sell the 16-oz cans under the umbrella of package liquor which is in essence selling it by the drink. He asked the Public Safety Committee to review the sale of 16-oz canned beer and see if there is any way the City could make restrictions on the individual sale of canned beer.

Library – No further report

Municipal League – No report

Waste Management Commission – No report

Stormwater Management

Stormwater/Flood Report

Alderman Golfin said he would like to call attention to the updated stormwater flood report, which summarizes the work over the previous years. This report particularly emphasizes the priority projects that the City was hoping to complete in 2002 but because of engineering and construction delays they are not able to. Those are now highlighted in gray in the report. Hopefully they will accomplish those in 2003 and the money will be available to do that and obtain matching funds from MSD.

Communication – No further report

Facilities Committee – No report

Insurance Committee – No report

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Committee Appointment

Motion was made by Alderman Robertson, second by Alderman Leahy to appoint Alderman Marshall to the Public Safety Committee. All in favor, none opposed.

NEW BUSINESS - NONE

ADJOURNMENT

Motion was made by Alderman Boyd, second by Alderman Cross to adjourn the meeting at 7:15 p.m. All in favor, none opposed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pat Kelly, Mayor

Attest:

Chris Seemayer, City Clerk