Wentzville Board of Aldermen August 9 Agenda: Basketball Goals and Other ‘Encroachments’ Revisited

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The Wentzville Board of Aldermen will meet on Wednesday, August 9 2017 at Wentzville City Hall. On the agenda for the 6 p.m. meeting, which is open to the public:

  • Police promotions and swearing in
  • Certificate of recognition
  • Community Council presentation
  • Public hearing for rezoning of 25.97 acres – applicant requests to withdraw
  • Final approval of record plat for Manors at Wilmer Valley Plat Nine
  • Public hearing and first reading for development plan for Manors at Wilmer Valley
  • Public hearing and resolution for conditional use permit for liquor by the drink at Lone Wolf Saloon, 405 Luetkenhaus
  • Public hearing  and first reading for rezoning of 6 acres and preliminary development plan for the Woodlands at Providence
  • Consent agenda: minutes, appointments to board and commissions, resurfacing indoor walking track at Progress Park, letter of credit for Wentzville Bluffs Retail, legal services, new city hall signage, historic preservation fund grant
  • Final approval of an agreement with St. Charles County for funding for West Meyer Road Phase Three
  • Final approval of the acceptance of improvements in Brookshire Creek West Plat
  • Final approval of the acceptance of improvements in Boulder Ridge
  • Final approval of the acceptance of improvements in Sachs Business Park Lot 3
  • Final approval of an agreement with Wentzville School District for School Resource Officers
  • Final approval of a procedure to disclose potential conflicts of interest for municipal officials
  • Health insurance renewal
  • First reading of the acceptance of improvements for KF Landscapes
  • First reading of an amendment about exceptions to prohibited obstructions in city right-of-way (such as basketball goals)

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  • Discussion of special event funding
  • Discussion of road projects

The agenda also allows for public comment time and reports from the aldermen, the mayor, and the city administrator.

You can view a complete agenda or a complete agenda packet with supporting documents on the city’s website.