At the May 13 Wentzville Board of Aldermen meeting, the following business was conducted:
- Recognized city staff for Public Service Recognition Week.
- Approved first readings for several bills for the Wentzway Corporation’s Northpoint development, including a rezoning, development plans, record plat, and issuing bonds for $45 million for the development.
- Approved a first reading for a vehicle display area for Century Motors.
- Final approval for record plats for Silver Pine Ridge and Peruque Hills Estates.
- Approved an outdoor storage lot for Ameren on N. Callahan Road.
- Approved a permit for liquor by the drink, live entertainment and a drive-through for Pezzimenti’s Café.
- Approved a first reading for a rezoning for 3.4 acres on Benton Pine Drive.
- Approved a permit for liquor by the drink and a site plan for Plank Road Steakhouse . at Wentzville Bluffs.
- Approved used auto sales at 12594 Veterans Memorial Parkway.
- Approved agreements for sediment and erosion control at Stonegate Addition, for site improvements for Camping World, appointment of assistant municipal prosecuting attorneys, for water and wastewater supplies, and for rock salt.
- Approved vacating an easement in Swantner Industrial Park.
- Approved dedicating the improvements at the Villages of Prairie Bluffs Subdivision.
- Approved a first reading of a bill amending the fireworks code, with the changes that fireworks would be allowed for only one day, July Fourth, with very restricted hours. No fireworks would be allowed on public property. The board still wants feedback, and this bill will still go through a second reading and a vote before final approval.
- Approved a first reading of a bill to approve the new 911 system.
- Approved a first reading of a bill repealing the Fugitive from Justice ordinance.
- Approval of an application with the County Road Board for funding the Highway 61 outer road.
- Approval of an agreement to purchase the city’s outstanding bankruptcy claim.
- The board also heard a presentation from newly-elected judge Mike Carter. Carter is asking for approval of an ordinance that will allow the municipal judge to hire, fire, and supervise the municipal court staff.
You can view a complete agenda, a complete agenda packet with supporting documents, minutes, and the meeting video on the city’s website.