O’Fallon City Council July 28 Agenda: Mayor’s Veto of Transfer Station Contract, Override Vote

City of O'Fallon

The O’Fallon City Council will meet Thursday, July 28, 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:

  • Presentation by director of public works on concrete pavement

The formal meeting of the council is at 7:30 p.m. The topics on the agenda are:

  • Introduction of Patrick McKeehan as the city’s new economic development director
  • Police personnel oath of office
  • Ratification of appointment of Karen Roberts (Ward 1) on the Senior Resident Advisory Committee
  • Mayor’s veto of trash/recycle (transfer) station contract and vote to override
  • Final approval of a rezoning of a tract of land on T.R. Hughes Boulevard, north of Homefield Boulevard, from general business to garden apartments/condos
  • Public comments and first reading 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 a rezoning of a tract of land on the northeast side of Caledonia Drive from high tech to general business and public comments and final approval of a conditional use permit for a commercial recreational facility at that location
  • Final approval of a conditional use permit for a Senior Community Overlay District at 1750 O’Fallon Road
  • Consent calendar: minutes, liquor licenses
  • First reading of amendments to the city’s concrete pavement specifications
  • First reading of an easement agreement with the Thornbury HOA associated with the new justice center
  • First reading of a amendment to the city code, adopting the 2015 edition of international and national building codes
  • First reading of a record pat for SunEdison Semiconductor Subdivision
  • A resolution for the purchase of a manhole and pipe rehabilitation machine
  • Resolutions for agreements for firing range acoustics and stairs for the new justice center

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.