At the June 11 City County meeting, the following business was conducted:
- Presentation from the cast of O’Fallon Theater Works’ production of Beauty and the Beast, Jr.
- Street dedication for Countryshire Roads received final approval.
- A bill to dissolve the Public Works Commission and the Advisory Green Council and creating instead a Public Works Advisory Committee with 12 members received final approval. (Name was changed from Community Improvement Committee and number of members changed.) Also approved the members of the new committee.
- Stormwater agreements for Schaefer Auto Body, CVS Pharmacy, Lou Fusz Car Dealership and Grace Hauling were approved as part of the consent agenda.
- Access modification for CVS Pharmacy was approved.
- Liquor license renewals were approved.
- At a public hearing for a Union Project Labor agreement for the new police station, fifteen people, including a state senator and two state representatives, spoke against the PLA, and 13 people, including residents, union members, and union leaders, spoke in favor of it. The bill was given a first reading.
- First reading of an ordinance concerning a Union Project Labor agreement for the new police station was heard.
- A first reading for a rezoning and area plan for Wabash Woods Subdivision was heard.
- A first reading of a final plan for Winghaven Pointe was heard.
- A first reading of a bill for the next generation 911 system was heard.
- A first reading of a development agreement for the Villages at Shady Creek was heard.
- Resolutions for agreements for well drilling and for supporting the All-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update were approved.
During an earlier work session, the council had a presentation about the Main Street Corridor Study, and a report from staff about efforts with the Lean Government/Six Sigma program.
A video, full agenda and supporting documents can be found on the city’s website.