Wentzville Board of Aldermen November 30 Agenda: Lighting Issues at Ranken, Ban on Begging

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The Wentzville Board of Aldermen will meet on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at Wentzville City Hall.


On the agenda for the regular 6 p.m. meeting, which is open to the public:

  • New police officers swearing in
  • Proclamation for Christmas Carols Month
  • Recognition for Jordyn VonDe
  • Final passage of the record plat for Enclave at Wilmer Valley
  • Final passage of text amendments to the city code about land uses, nontraditional housing, setbacks, outdoor storage, parking, and weeds
  • Final passage of a rezoning of a site in the Village Center that will be used for a multi-purpose event venue
  • Final passage of a record plat for Poage Chevrolet
  • Final passage of the record plat for Peine Valley
  • Consent agenda: minutes, resolution for the Mexico Road Basin retrofit, appointments to boards and commissions, reallocating funds from concession trailer, purchase of water supplies
  • Final approval of a T.R.I.M. grant agreement with the Missouri Department of Conservation
  • Final passage of the 2017 budget
  • Final passage of an ordinance for a loan agreement for the David Hoekel Parkway/Interstate 70 Interchange
  • Final passage of an ordinance to prohibit aggressive begging
  • Final passage of an agreement with St. Charles County for funding for the Perry Cate/Highway N traffic signal
  • Final passage of an agreement with St. Charles County for a transportation improvement program for downtown
  • Final passage of an agreement with St. Charles County for funding West Meyer Road phase three
  • First reading of an ordinance to accept public improvements at the Villages of Hampton Grove
  • First reading of an ordinance to approve the purchase of the old Commerce Bank parking lot at Linn and Pearce
  • First reading of an ordinance to vacate easements in Peruque Hills Estates
  • First reading of an ordinance to vacate easements in Pinewood Investment
  • First reading of an agreement with MoDOT for the David Hoekel Parkway/I-70 interchange
  • Discussion of the Vietnam War Memorial
  • Discussion of veterans’ parking
  • Discussion of hotel tax
  • Discussion of concerns about lighting at Ranken Tech
  • Discussion of credit card fees

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.