Lake Saint Louis Board of Aldermen July 17 Agenda: Nine New Buildings at the Waterways

Lake Saint Louis Civic Center

The Lake Saint Louis Board of Aldermen will meet Monday, July 17 in the boardroom at the Civic Center.

At 5:30 p.m., the administrative/finance/public works joint work session addresses several topics. The session is open to the public. This week, those topics are:

  • Job classification and compensation plan
  • Rescheduling August 21 meeting
  • General discussion

At 6:30, the board will hold a special meeting for the purpose of voting for an executive session.

The formal meeting of the board of aldermen is at 7:00 p.m. and is also open to the public. The items on the agenda are:

  • Public hearing on a request to resubdivide a lot on Villa Drive into two separate lots
  • Public hearing on an amended preliminary development plan and special use permit for nine buildings of multi-family units at the Waterways
  • Public hearing on the subdivison of lots at 11230 Veterans Memorial Parkway and 4 South Ellerman Drive and construction of a commercial building
  • Public hearing on wall signs at the Shoppes of Hawk Ridge
  • Consent agenda: warrant for $404,625.88, budget transfers
  • Tabled items: voluntary annexation of property owned by Chapel of the Lake Church, and a special use permit for outdoor storage at 3231 Technology Drive
  • Contract with Bax Engineering for surveying services
  • Authorization for an auction for surplus property
  • Agreement for permitting, inspections, and licensing software
  • Amending standards for wall signs at the Shoppes of Hawk Ridge
  • Resubdivision of 326 and 328 Villa Drive
  • Preliminary development plan and a special use permit for the Waterways of Lake Saint Louis
  • Budget revision
  • Agreement with the City of Cottleville for communication and police report services
  • Contract for resurfacing projects
  • Resolution for the destruction of records

The complete agendas are available on the city’s website.

The agenda also allows for public comment time and reports from the aldermen, the mayor and the city administrator.