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CITY OF BRENTWOOD REGULAR BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING

AGENDA – OPEN MEETING

 

City Hall

August 21, 2006

Council Chambers

7:00 p.m.

           

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

A.        ROLL CALL

 

B.         CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA OF THE REGULAR             BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING OF AUGUST 21, 2006

 

            CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE             REGULAR BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING OF JULY 17, 2006

           

            PROCLAMATIONS  - Michael Rabenberg

                                                - Mrs. Sally Delgado

                                                - Old Newsboys Day

C.        BIDS - None            

 

D.        HEARING OF ANY MATTER OF PUBLIC INTEREST UPON REQUEST OF             ANY PERSON PRESENT

Each person addressing the board shall give his/her name, address and organization or firm represented, if any.  He/she shall speak for a period            not to exceed three (3) minutes; though additional time may be granted by the presiding officer or the board.

 

1.         Presentation of 2005 Audit

2.         7:15 p.m. Public Hearing - Setting of 2006 Property Tax Rate

3.         7:30 p.m. Public Hearing - Conditional Use Permit/8918-8996                          Manchester Road

 

E.         INTRODUCTIONS, READINGS, AND PASSAGE OF BILLS AND             RESOLUTIONS

            Pursuant to RSMo. 79.130, the following bills will be read by "title" only.  Copies will be available to the General Public at City Hall, in the City Clerk's office, and at the Board of Aldermen meeting in the Council Chambers on Monday, August 21, 2006.

 

            Bill No. 5341, AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE INSTALLATION OF             ONE (1) ADDITIONAL FIRE HYDRANT IN THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD,             MISSOURI.

 

            Bill No. 5342, AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12 OF THE             REVISED CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD,             MISSOURI, BY DELETING SECTION 12-201 (a) IN ITS ENTIRETY AND             ENACTING IN LIEU THEREOF A NEW SECTION 12-201 (a), AND             DELETING SECTION 12-201 (c) IN ITS ENTIRETY; AS IT RELATES TO             LICENSE TAX LEVIED; PROVIDING FOR THE CURRENT             MAINTENANCE OF THIS CODE; PROVIDING THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF             THIS ORDINANCE; AND PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF ALL             CONFLICTING ORDINANCES.

 

            Bill No. 5343,AN ORDINANCE READOPTING ORDINANCE NO. 3153, SECTION 2-471 OF CHAPTER 2 OF THE REVISED CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD FOR 1987; PROVIDING FOR THE CURRENT MAINTENANCE OF THIS CODE; PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF ALL CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; AND PROVIDING FOR THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE.

 

            Bill No. 5344, AN ORDINANCE TO CONFIRM, RATIFY AND APPROVE THE RATE OF TAX TO BE ASSESSED AND COLLECTED FOR EACH ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($100) OF ASSESSED VALUATION FOR THE YEAR 2006 FOR: (A) GENERAL MUNICIPAL PURPOSES; (B) TO PAY PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST AS THE SAME MATURES ON INDEBTEDNESS OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD EVIDENCED BY BONDS; (C) TO PAY FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY; AND (D) TO PROVIDE THE ANNUAL CONTRIBUTION TO THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD’S POLICE AND FIREMEN’S RETIREMENT FUND; PROVIDING FOR THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE; AND PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF ALL CONFLICTING ORDINANCES.

 

            Bill No. 5345, AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT TO KEN BOEGEMAN, BAYWOOD REALTY AND CONSTRUCTION CORP., WHICH PERMITS UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS THE USE OF CERTAIN DESCRIBED PROPERTY FOR OPERATION OF A DRIVE-THRU KIOSK AND ATM; PROVIDING THE CONDITIONS OF SUCH USAGE; AND PROVIDING THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE.

 

            Bill No. 5346,AN ORDINANCE GRANTING APPROVAL OF A SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR A NEW BUILDING AT PROPERTY NUMBERED 8722 SUBURBAN TRACKS WHICH PERMITS UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 25, SECTIONS 126 AND 260 OF THE BRENTWOOD CITY CODE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THAT SITE; PROVIDING THE CONDITIONS TO SUCH DEVELOPMENT; AND PROVIDING FOR THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE.

 

            Bill No. 5347, AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 14 OF THE REVISED CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD, MISSOURI BY ADDING A NEW SECTION 14-292.1 (1) AND (2) TO SAID CHAPTER; AS IT RELATES TO THE PARKING OF VEHICLES ON PRIVATE PROPERTY USED FOR RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL PURPOSES; PROVIDING FOR THE CURRENT MAINTENANCE OF THIS CODE; PROVIDING THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE; AND PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF ALL CONFLICTING ORDINANCES.

 

            Resolution No. 936 – Declaring a Public Emergency

 

F.         ACCOUNTS AGAINST THE CITY

 

G.        REPORT OF COMMITTEES AND DEPARTMENT HEADS:

 

              1.       Mayor *Executive Session/Real Estate and Personnel Matters             

              2.       Public Safety Committee

              3.       Public Works Committee         

 

                        a.         City Engineer

 

              4.       Ways and Means Committee   

              5.       City Attorney

              6.       City Clerk/Administrator

                                                                       

                        a.         Director of Economic Development

                       

              7.       Excise Commissioner – O B Clark’s/Temporary Liquor License Request

              8.       Library

              9.       Municipal League

            10.       Communication

            11.       Insurance Committee

            12.       Historical Society

H.        UNFINISHED BUSINESS

I.          NEW BUSINESS

J.          ADJOURNMENT

*Executive Session: (Closed Meeting – Closed Vote – Closed Record) is to take place following the regularly scheduled Board of Aldermen meeting which is scheduled to commence at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, August 21, 2006.  Such closed meeting with closed vote and closed record is to take place in the Conference Room and said meeting, vote and records are closed pursuant to Missouri State Statute 610.021 (2) real estate and (3) personnel matters.