The O’Fallon City Council will meet Thursday, August 11, 2016 in the O’Fallon Municipal Centre. The meeting is open to the public and can be viewed on streaming video through the city’s website.
The workshop portion of the meeting starts at 5:30 p.m. Topics on the agenda for the workshop are:
- CitizenServe Software update
- Recreation Division presentation
- Senate Bill 572 and municipal court reform update
The formal meeting of the council is at 7:30 p.m. The topics on the agenda are:
- Ratification of mayoral appointments
- Final approval of a bill for a conditional use permit for a commercial recreation facility at 24 O’Fallon Square (tabled at previous meeting)
- Final approval of amendments to the city’s concrete pavement specifications
- Final approval of an easement agreement with the Thornbury HOA associated with the new justice center
- Final approval of a amendment to the city code, adopting the 2015 edition of international and national building codes
- Final approval of a record pat for SunEdison Semiconductor Subdivision
- Consent calendar: minutes, stormwater agreement for Villages at Shady Creek, extension of escrow agreements, vacation of utility easements, caterer’s license request
- Public comments and a first reading of a conditional use permit for motor vehicle sales at 8813 Veterans Memorial Parkway
- First reading of the acceptance of storm sewers for Wyndgate Village D Plat 2B
- First reading of a bill to approve the record plat for the Villages at Shady Creek, Plat 1
- First reading of a bill to approve the record plat for the Villages at Shady Creek Plat 2
- First reading of a bill to approve the record late for the Villages at Montrachet, Plat 2
- Resolution to encourage funding for a senior housing development on Highway N
- Resolutions for concrete, an agreement for yard waste disposal rates, design services for the new justice center, landscaping, and stair tread services
The agenda also includes time for public comment and for reports from the council members and city administrator.
Full agendas and supporting documents can be found on the city’s website.