Wentzville Board of Aldermen: April 13 Meeting Report

City of Wentzville Sign

The Wentzville Board of Aldermen met on Wednesday, April 13, and conducted the following business:

  • Presented an award to John Gripentrog of the city’s wastewater division
  • Swore in one new police officer (another new officer was on duty)
  • A 1-year extension was approved for the expansion of the parking lot at Wentzville Community Club
  • Approved amended preliminary plat for Crystal Creek Plat Two (removes portion of road to preserve a natural corridor)
  • Conducted a public hearing for a rezoning of 12.51 acres on east side of Highway Z north of Perry Cate for a development with a senior living facility and a daycare, and approved the first reading of the ordinance for the rezoning
  • Approved first reading of record plat for Stonemoor Plat Three (14 single family homes)
  • Approved first reading of record plat for Villas at Stonemoor Plat Two
  • Approved a variance for side yard easements at Lexington development, west of Highway 61 south of Peine Road – affects about half of lots in development
  • Approved the consent agenda: minutes, resolution for a license for shared access and parking adjacent to Memorial Park, destruction of police records, destruction of records, purchase of aerial bucket truck and brush chipper, resolution for sediment and erosion control for Cambridge Falls
  • Approved the acceptance of improvements at Camping World
  • Approved an ordinance to repeal an ordinance for $45 million in bonds for the Northpoint development, for amending the plan for the development, and to authorize other actions on the bonds
  • Approved a budget revision, due to purchase orders that haven’t yet been closed out
  • Approved a voluntary annexation for public rights of way along I-70 and I-64
  • Approved the first reading of an amendment to change the name of the Adopt-a-Street program to the Adopt-a-Spot Program
  • Approved resolutions for an amendment to an agreement for construction of Peruque Valley Park Phase 1C and the Peruque Valley Park Maintenance Shed
  • Heard a presentation about the upcoming Wentzville Days (May 21-22), and approved the first reading of an ordinance for public safety restrictions (streets being blocked off) for Wentzville Days
  • The National Day of Prayer will be on Thursday, May 5. The city will issue a proclamation
  • The public works director explained low pressure sewer systems
  • The city attorney compared the city’s code of ethics, anti-fraud and political activity code to existing state law, and board requested more information about policy for city employee use of recreation facilities
  • Terry Zimmerman was re-appointed to the Stormwater Advisory Committee

You can view the complete agenda, supporting documents, and a video of the meeting on the city’s website.