The Wentzville Board of Aldermen will meet at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at Wentzville City Hall. On the agenda for the regular meeting, which is open to the public:
- Recognition of Trash Can Artwork Contest winners
- Recognition for Walk to Stop Heroin
- U.S. Postal Service presentation for new post office
- Presentation of police department restructuring plan
- Final approval of the record plat for Wabash Elementary School
- Final approval of a record plat for Wentzville Shopping Center Addition (Texas Roadhouse)
- Final approval of a rezoning of 15.774 acres south of Interstate Drive and east of Wilmer from agricultural and single family residential C to single family residential D.
- Preliminary plat approval for Wolf Run Estates on the east side of Wilmer Road, south of Interstate Drive
- Final approval of the rezoning of 11.43 acres on the east side of Peine north of Betty Lou Court from single family residential to planned development residential and approval of a preliminary development plan for Peine Valley
- Preliminary plat approval for Copper Creek Manor on the east side of North Point Prairie south of Shadow Point Drive
- Final approval of a rezoning of 47.06 acres at 100 Coyote Trail from single family residential to agricultural
- Consent agenda: minutes, rescheduling November and December board meetings, appointments to boards and commissions, resolution to permit fencing for the County Fair section of Rotary Park, agreement for door access control, cameras, and security items at the new city hall
- Final approval of an intergovernmental agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission
- Final approval of an agreement with MoDOT for placement of a city monument sign
- Multi-family dwelling recycling policy
- Approval of police department restructuring
- Resolution for traffic calming program
- Discussion of S.H.O.P. Wentzville campaign
- Discussion of process for committee appointments
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.