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1AN ORDINANCE REDISTRICTING THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 3200 TIMBER CREEK DRIVE FROM RP-2 PLANNED TWO-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT TO RP-3 PLANNED GARDEN APARTMENT RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT AND 3002 AJAX ROAD FROM R-1B SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT TO RP-3 PLANNED GARDEN APARTMENT RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT, AS REQUESTED BY SHAWN DUKE ON BEHALF OF MIDLAND CONSTRUCTION SERVICES LLC.
2AN ORDINANCE REDISTRICTING THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 4713 KING HILL AVENUE FROM R-2 TWO-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT TO C-3 COMMERCIAL DISTRICT, AS REQUESTED BY JEFF BLACK ON BEHALF OF SHELLY BLACK TRUST.
3CONSENT AGENDA
4AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 20-54 TITLED “CAMPING IN PARKS OR ON PUBLIC PROPERTY PROHIBITED; EXCEPTIONS” OF CHAPTER 20, “OFFENSES AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS,” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES TO MORE CLEARLY DEFINE THE REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO PERMITTED CAMPING AND RELATED ACTIVITIES ON PUBLIC PROPERTY.
5AN ORDINANCE AMENDING VARIOUS SECTIONS OF ARTICLE V ENTITLED “SHUTTLE SERVICE – RIVER BLUFF TRAILS PARK” OF CHAPTER 30, “VEHICLES FOR HIRE,” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES TO MODIFY REGULATIONS FOR ANY BUSINESS OPERATING A SHUTTLE SERVICE AT RIVER BLUFF TRAILS PARK.
6AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE PRELIMINARY PLAT ENTITLED “TIMBER CREEK PLAT 3 SUBDIVISION,” A MAJOR SUBDIVISION CONSISTING OF SEVENTY-NINE LOTS AND ONE TRACT PROPOSED FOR THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 3200 TIMBER CREEK DRIVE, 3002 AJAX ROAD, AND 3011 PEAR STREET, AS REQUESTED BY SHAWN DUKE ON BEHALF OF MIDLAND CONSTRUCTION SERVICES LLC.
7AN ORDINANCE TO APPROVE THE FINAL PLAT ENTITLED “GENE FIELD ROAD SUBDIVISION,” A MAJOR SUBDIVISION CONSISTING OF TWO LOTS PROPOSED FOR THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 4820 GENE FIELD ROAD AS REQUESTED BY CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
8AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE PRELIMINARY PLAT ENTITLED “BERRY COMPANIES,” A MAJOR SUBDIVISION CONSISTING OF ONE LOT PROPOSED FOR THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 3408 SOUTH BELT HIGHWAY AS REQUESTED BY ANDREA WEISHAUBT ON BEHALF OF TOWNSEND GROUP PROPERTIES LLC.
9AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE FINAL PLAT ENTITLED “WHITEHEAD PLAZA 1ST PLAT,” A MAJOR SUBDIVISION CONSISTING OF TWO LOTS PROPOSED FOR THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2507 SOUTH BELT HIGHWAY AS REQUESTED BY SHAWN DUKE ON BEHALF OF MCBEE’S COFFEE N’CARWASH.
10AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING A DEED OF GIFT FOR CONSTRUCTED STREET, SANITARY SEWER, AND STORM SEWER INFRASTRUCTURE LOCATED IN GREYSTONE SUBDIVISION PLAT 9 FROM GREYSTONE PARTNERS LAND DEVELOPMENT, LLC.
11A RESOLUTION RENEWING A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH COLONY HILLS FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT FOR FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES FOR AN ADDITIONAL ONE-YEAR TERM.
12A RESOLUTION RENEWING A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH LAKE CONTRARY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT FOR FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES FOR AN ADDITIONAL ONE-YEAR TERM.
13A RESOLUTION RENEWING A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH MAXWELL HEIGHTS FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT FOR FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES FOR AN ADDITIONAL ONE-YEAR TERM.
14A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF FOUR (4) NEW KUBOTA DIESEL 72” BELLY MOWERS FROM DERR EQUIPMENT FOR THE PARK MAINTENANCE DIVISION IN THE AMOUNT OF $94,567.12.
15A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF A MITSUBISHI FORKLIFT FROM WIESE USA FOR THE CIVIC ARENA IN THE AMOUNT OF $33,701.00.
16A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A PROPERTY DONATION AND ALLOWING THE ST. JOSEPH PARKS, RECREATION & CIVIC FACILITIES DEPARTMENT TO DONATE FIVE (5) HISTORIC WAGONS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT TO AMERICAN FRONTIER PRODUCTIONS, LLC, AND THREE (3) HISTORIC WAGONS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT TO WHISTLE CREEK LIVESTOCK PRESERVE.
17CONSENT AGENDA
18AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AN AMENDMENT TO THE GAMING INITIATIVES FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,000.00 TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR SECURITY FOR THE 2022 CATFISH CHASERS FISHING TOURNAMENT.
19AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A REAL ESTATE PURCHASE AGREEMENT WITH DAVID CHARLES CLOUSE AND LAURA MELISSA JOE CLOUSE, A MARRIED COUPLE, (BUYERS), FOR THE CITY OF ST. JOSEPH TO SELL REAL ESTATE LOCATED AT 316-318 SOUTH 15TH STREET FOR THE AMOUNT OF $124,900.00 AND OTHER GOOD AND VALUABLE CONSIDERATION.
20AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AN AMENDMENT TO THE POLICE DEPARTMENT BUDGET IN THE GENERAL FUND AND EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT WITH THE ST. JOSEPH YOUTH ALLIANCE ALL IN THE AMOUNT OF $17,400.00 TO PROVIDE ALCOHOL AND ELECTRONIC CIGARETTE ENFORCEMENT AND COMPLIANCE CHECKS.
21AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AN AMENDMENT TO THE BUDGET TO TRANSFER THE AMOUNT OF $383,130.00 FROM THE AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN ACT FUND TO THE GENERAL FUND POLICE DEPARTMENT PROGRAM TO BE USED TO PURCHASE FIVE (5) CHEVY TAHOES FROM DON BROWN CHEVROLET FOR THE AMOUNT OF $199,980.00 AND ASSOCIATED SET UP COSTS IN THE AMOUNT OF $183,250.00.
22AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 4-100 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES ENTITLED “SUNDAY ALCOHOL SALES” TO CHANGE THE HOUR OF SALE FROM 9:00 A.M. TO 6:00 A.M. TO COMPLY WITH MISSOURI STATE LAW.
23AN ORDINANCE LEVYING A SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING JULY 1, 2022 FOR THE PARK DISTRICT.
24AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE RATE OF TAXATION AND THE LEVY AND COLLECTION OF TAXES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING JULY 1, 2022.
25AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 21-55 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES ENTITLED “SWIMMING POOLS” TO INCREASE THE FEE FOR SWIMMING LESSONS FROM $40.00 TO $50.00.
26AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 21-63 ENTITLED “ST. JOSEPH RECREATION, EXERCISE AND COMMUNITY (“REC”) CENTER” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES TO DELETE THE DAILY FEE FOR THE FITNESS ROOM AND INCREASE THE WALKING TRACK AND RENTAL FEES.
27AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 21-53 ENTITLED “RESERVATION AND FEES – PARK AREAS AND SHELTERS” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES TO REVISE CERTAIN PARK SHELTER RENTAL FEES, CHANGE THE DATES OF THE ENFORCEMENT SEASON, DELETE THE WYETH HILL SHELTER, AND ADD THE BARTLETT PARK KIWANIS SHELTER.
28AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AN AMENDMENT TO THE BUDGET TO RECOGNIZE THE SECOND ALLOCATION OF THE AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN ACT (ARPA) FUNDS RECEIVED FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY IN FISCAL YEAR 2021-2022.
29AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ARTICLE XIII "PEDESTRIANS” OF CHAPTER 28 “TRAFFIC AND VEHICLES” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES TO BETTER DEFINE PEDESTRIAN REGULATIONS AND IMPROVE PEDESTRIAN AND MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY AT HIGH-VOLUME INTERSECTIONS.
30City Manager Report.
31PUBLIC COMMENT
32ADJOURN