The Wentzville Board of Aldermen will meet on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at Wentzville City Hall.
On the agenda for the meeting, which starts at 6 p.m. and is open to the public:
- Proclamation about Officer Craig Tudor
- Presentation by Holt High students about vehicular safety
- First reading of the voluntary annexation of .5 acre owned by the city of Wentzville at 1193 Peine Road near Splash Station
- Public hearing and resolution for conditional use permit for liquor by the drink at Wentzville Family Diner
- Site plan for New Creation Presbyterian Church at 5 West Pearce Boulevard
- Site plan for Timber Trace amenities
- Public hearing and conditional use permit for outdoor storage and display at Circle K on the southeast corner of Peine and Granville
- Site plan for Circle K at southeast corner of Peine and Granville
- Consent agenda: minutes, resolution for erosion control at the Junction, resolution for site plan improvements at Flint Hill Elementary, resolution for asphalt, resolution for sewer main lining and sealing, resolution for a new emergency weather siren, resolution for an agreement for utilities relocation for the West Meyer Road project, resolutions for property acquisition for the Wentzville Parkway Turn Lane project
- Final approval of an ordinance for the acceptance of public improvements for PetroMart and Madison Place
- Final approval of ordinances for the acceptance of public improvements in Crystal Creek
- Final approval of an ordinance vacating easements related to Peine Lake Estates Plat 1
- Resolution for an agreement for north outer road and I-70 David Hoekel Parkway grading
- Resolution for an agreement for site improvements for the new well house
- First reading of an ordinance to vacate easements at Crystal Creek commercial
- First reading of an amendment for school zone and crossings on Golden Gate Parkway
- First reading of an amendment to prohibit parking on the south side of Sachs Business Parkway from Enteprise Drive to Edinger Road
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.