ST. CHARLES COUNTY COUNCIL
REGULAR MEETING
January 8, 2018
7:00 p.m.
EXECUTIVE BUILDING/COUNCIL CHAMBERS
100 N. THIRD STREET, ST. CHARLES, MO  63301
"Tentative"
AGENDA

 

INVOCATION

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

ROLL CALL

 

ELECTION OF COUNCIL CHAIR

 

ELECTION OF COUNCIL VICE CHAIR

 

PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS

 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS - TABLED BILLS

 

Tabled Bill No. 4540

Conditional Use Permit CUP17-11/Trash Transfer Station to Metro Fill Development, LLC/South River Road
 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

ORAL REPORT FROM COUNTY EXECUTIVE

 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

Approval of Journal of the previous meeting

 

Minutes - 12-18-17

 

Receipt of Committee Reports

 

Development and Building Research Committee

 

Approval of Purchases

 

Community Development

Gutermuth Road/Wood Glen Sanitary Sewer NID/construct sewer laterals and abandon existing septic sewage systems/Wehmeyer Farms, Inc./$249,320.25
 

Approval of Nominations/Appointments

 

Duckett Creek Sanitary District Board of Trustees

Gerald R. Hurlbert - term expires 12-31-22/reappointment
 

Educational Assistance Board

Scott Shipman, St. Charles County Assessor - term expires 9-15-20/reappointment
Ellie Marr, Community Development Department - term expires 9-15-20/reappointment
 

Metropolitan Parks and Recreation District Board

McGraw Milhaven - term expires 1-1-21/reappointment
 

Miscellaneous

 

Highway

David Hoekel Parkway#1B-South Point Prairie Road Project - contract for engineering and design services/Horner & Shifrin, Inc./$319,614.00
 

Highway

US 61 Outer Road Location Study Project - engineering design services/EFK Moen, LLC/$159,365.30
 

Highway

Seeburger Road Bridge Replacement Project - engineering design services / TWM, Inc./$89,294.00
 

Finance

Banking Services for St. Charles County Government - Commerce Bank 
 

Community Development

Domestic Violence Board 2017 Annual Report
 

Community Development

COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE BOARD FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR YEAR 2018

HOMELESS FUNDS FOR 2018

Bridgeway Behavioral Health - $10,000
Connections to Success - $10,000
Crider Center - $11,750
Crisis Nursery - $17,750
Habitat for Humanity - $14,750
LINC - $33,750
NECAC - $10,000
Our Lady's Inn - $19,000
Sts. Joachim & Ann Care Service - $58,500
The Salvation Army - $20,750
Turning Point Domestic Violence - $10,000
Youth In Need - $23,750.00
Total Homeless Funds = $240,000

INDIGENT FUNDS FOR 2018

Crider Center - $5,300
Crisis Nursery - $3,100
Our Lady's Inn - $3,500
Sts. Joachim & Ann Care Service - $4,100
Tri-County Probation & Parole - $6,000
Volunteers In Mecicine - $18,000
Total Indigent Funds = $40,000

Project Care Funds for 2018  - Sts. Joachim & Ann Care Service - $4,000
CDBG Funding for 2018 - Sts. Joachim & Ann Care Service - $25,000


 

ITEMS REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA

 

BILLS FOR FINAL PASSAGE

 

Bill No. 4553

Granting an easement to Cuivre River Electric Cooperative across park land located between Kisker and Pitman Hill Roads
 

Bill No. 4554

Amend the Personnel Administration Plan Section 115.710/pay grade assignments for classifications exempt from the Merit System
 

BILLS FOR INTRODUCTION

 

Bill No. 4555

Application RZ17-14 - Amend zoning map from A/Agricultural to RR/Single-Family Residential - requested by Silberman Residential LLC - owner and Marc Boyer-Agent - Old Colony Road 
 

Bill No. 4556

Establish new traffic regulations and penalties for violations
 

Bill No. 4557

Execution of cost apportionment agreement w/MoDot for an environmental study of Route N connecting to the existing Route 364 - Environmental Impact Statement - Job No. J6S3342
 

Bill No. 4558

Amending Section 250.500 relating to County Park Regulations
 

Bill No. 4559

An Ordinance to name the park land located between Kisker Road and Pitman Hill Road "Veterans Tribute Park" based on a recommendation made by the Kisker and Pitman Hill Roads Park Committee
Documents:
  1. Bill No. 4559.pdf
 

Bill No. 4560

Amend Chapter 121 Ordinances of St. Charles County, relating to the St. Charles County Housing Assistance Program
 

Bill No. 4561

Amending Section 410.290 of the UDO to establish setbacks for new structures in Historic Sites
Documents:
  1. Bill No. 4561.pdf
 

Bill No. 4562

Amending various sections of the UDO to allow for adjustments and changes in setbacks with C1, C2, I1 and I2 Zoning Districts
Documents:
  1. Bill No. 4562.pdf
 

Bill No. 4563

Adding a new Section 405.055 to allow Condemnation-Acquired Land Applicants to apply to the Planning and Zoning Commission for setback adjustments when affected by right-of-ways
Documents:
  1. Bill No. 4563.pdf
 

Bill No. 4564

Amend Section 405.080 of the UDO to authorize certain buildings used as barns or for similar purposes as Permissive Uses in the A-Agricultural Zoning District and to reduce the categories of size limits for accessory structures in the A-Agricultural Zoning Districts
Documents:
  1. Bill No. 4564.pdf
 

Bill No. 4565

Amend Section 405.090.E of the UDO to reduce the categories of size limits for accessory structures in the Single-Family Residential Zoning Districts
Documents:
  1. Bill No. 4565.pdf
 

Bill No. 4566

Amend various sections of the UDO to exempt from engineering and inspection requirements private streets that are less than 1/4 mile in length and consist solely of rock pavement, provided they do not cross any watercourse channel
Documents:
  1. Bill No. 4566.pdf
 

Bill No. 4567

Amend various sections of the UDO to allow Current Market Value used in the 50% Capital Improvement Rule on flood plain development areas to be determined by a State-Licensed Real Estate Appraiser
Documents:
  1. Bill No. 4567.pdf
 

Bill No. 4568

Amend various sections of the UDO regarding Performance Guarantees
Documents:
  1. Bill No. 4568.pdf
 

TABLED BILLS

 

Tabled Bill No. 4534

Application RZ17-12/rezone land from R1A to CO/Philip C. & Karen M. Burkemper/6714 Hickory Tree Lane (Tabled 11-13-17)
 

Tabled Bill No. 4541

Application RZ17-13/rezone land from A to R1E/2524 Sommers Rd., 2527 Forst Dr. and 2501 Forst Dr./Dennis L. & Bettina K. Markwardt Revocable Living Trusts and Gregg and Kristin Schinzing, property owners (Tabled 12-18-17)
 

ANNOUNCEMENTS/MISCELLANEOUS