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O’Fallon City Council Feb. 22 agenda: New residential/retail development on Tom Ginnever Ave.

O'Fallon City Hall

The O’Fallon City Council will meet on Thursday, February 22, 2018. The meeting is open to the public and can be viewed on streaming video through the city’s website. Both the work session and the regular meeting are held in the council chambers at the Municipal Centre, 100 North Main Street, O’Fallon.

On the agenda for the 5:30 p.m. work session:

  • the 2017 O’Fallon Pavement Management Manual

On the agenda for the 7:30 p.m. regular meeting:

  • Final approval of a moratorium of up to six months on the development of property in the Turtle Creek Planned Unit Development to allow a study (delayed from January 25 and February 8 meetings)
  • Final approval of a rezoning of 404 South Cool Springs Road from light industrial to heavy industrial
  • Final approval of a conditional use permit for auto sales at 404 South Cool Springs Road
  • Final approval of a rezoning of a tract of land on Tom Ginnever Avenue and Pearl Drive from light industrial to mixed use for a development called Pearl Vista with 46 detached homes and a retail/commercial component
  • Final approval of an agreement to fund the Flashing Yellow Arrow Conversion project
  • Final approval of a ballot proposition for a use tax for purchases from out-of-state vendors
  • Final approval of a plan for the I-70 Outer Road Phase 2
  • Consent calendar: minutes, destruction of records
  • First reading of the plans for the Hoff Road improvements project land acquisition
  • First reading of a cost share agreement for the I-70 Outer Road project
  • Resolution for the purchase of new refuse carts
  • Resolution for an agreement for an audio visual system for Civic Park
  • Resolution to ask the Department of the Interior to change the name of a creek called “Tributary B” to “Archer Alexander Creek”
  • Resolution for the purchase of Bobcat equipment
  • Resolution for a scope of work adjustment of up to $103,688 for the Justice Center

The agenda also includes committee and commission reports, ward reports from the council members, and the mayor’s and city administrator’s reports.

A full agenda and supporting documents can be found on the city’s website.

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