Wentzville Board of Aldermen November 29 agenda: road improvements, park fees, 2018 budget

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The Wentzville Board of Aldermen will meet on Wednesday, November 29, 2017 at Wentzville City Hall. On the agenda for the meeting, which starts at 6 p.m. and is open to the public:

  • Certificate of recognition for police, fire, ambulance
  • Final approval of the record plat for Hampton Grove (south side of West Meyer, west of Big Bear Court)
  • First reading of the voluntary annexation of 24.20 acres on the north side of Interstate Drive, east of Hepperman Road
  • Consent agenda: minutes, resolution for landscaping agreement for a community garden at Memorial Park
  • Final approval of an amendment to city code about speed limits in city parks (10 mph in parking lots and 15 mph on roads)
  • Final approval of the acceptance of improvements for Cambridge Falls
  • Final approval of the acceptance of improvements for Firehouse #5
  • Final approval of the acceptance of improvements for Firehouse #2
  • Final approval of the acceptance of improvements for Peine Ridge Church
  • Final approval of the 2018 budget
  • First reading of an amendment to the city code about wastewater pretreatment to maintain compliance with state and federal laws
  • First reading of the acceptance of improvements for Stonemoor Phase 2B
  • First reading of an agreement with St. Charles County for the design of the Highway 61 West Outer Road
  • First reading of an agreement with St. Charles County for land acquisition for Wentzville Parkway and David Hoekel Parkway
  • First reading of an amendment for a new personnel policy, proposed employee manual
  • Resolution for an agreement for consulting services for an architectural survey for downtown Wentzville to “document the existing historic character and conditions of the survey area, yield a historical context for the development of the survey area, and make recommendations for future preservation activities, including additional survey and potential National Register eligibility”
  • Purchase of a tanker truck
  • Adding a service worker position
  • Discussion of pass fees and hours of operation for parks facilities – approximately 5 percent increase, change in Sunday hours for the Rec Center at Progress Park
  • Discussion of board contingency funds (proposal to split $150,000 equally between wards)
  • Discussion of HOA meetings at City Hall

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.