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O’Fallon City Council March 14 agenda: $382K for new police vehicles, adding medical marijuana to land uses

O'Fallon Municipal Centre

The O’Fallon City Council will meet on Thursday, March 14, 2019. The meetings are open to the public and can be viewed on streaming video through the city’s website. Meetings 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. workshop:

  • Traffic generation assessment
  • Recycling and personnel adjustment
  • Lake Whetsel update
  • Upcoming Planning and Zoning items

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

  • Final approval of rezoning of a portion of The Streets of Caledonia from high tech to general business
  • Final approval of the acceptance of sewers and water for the St. Charles County Ambulance District base 5
  • Consent calendar: minutes, stormwater agreement for Mastercard parking lot addition, easement for Laura Crossing, right of way for Pearl Vista HOA
  • First reading of the voluntary annexation of 19 Plackemeier Drive
  • Public hearing and first reading of area plan and final plan for Altair at the Preserve
  • Public hearing and first reading of rezoning of 34 Elaine Drive, 909, 915, and 921 West Terra Lane from highway commercial to single family
  • Public comments for a conditional use permit for a private drive and two parking lots on 34 Elaine Drive and 909, 915, and 921 West Terra Lane
  • Public hearing and first reading of an amendment to add a medical marijuana land use to the zoning code
  • Public hearing and first reading of amendments to the the city code about new development
  • First reading of the acceptance of sewers and water for the St. Charles County Ambulance District Base 18
  • First reading of the approval of the record plat for Laura Crossing
  • First reading of guidelines for implementing no parking signs
  • Resolution for chemicals for water treatment ($118,000)
  • Resolution for AV systems for O’Day Park Activity/Conference Facility ($23,393)
  • Resolution for one side-load truck and one rear-load truck for Environmental Services
  • Resolution for 11 police vehicles from Lou Fusz Ford ($382,239)
  • Resolution for concrete ($1,236,050)
  • Resolution for concession products ($85,000 per year)
  • Resolution for the Paul Renaud Boulevard extension project ($1,299,137.65)
  • Resolution for site restoration services ($338,475)
  • Resolution for chemicals for water treatment ($45,000)

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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