O’Fallon City Council Agenda June 24: Annexation of the former Laclede Mobile Home Park



O’Fallon City Council will meet on Thursday, June 24, 2021. Meetings are open to the public and can be streamed video on the city’s website. Meetings are held in the Council Chamber at the Civic Center, 100 North Main Street, O’Fallon. Participants will answer a pre-selection questionnaire. Face coverings are encouraged and social distancing measures will be enforced.

On the agenda for the special meeting and the 5:30 p.m. workshop:

  • Lauber Report (Board member’s investigation report)
  • Ammonia improvement project and high-flow waste from the wastewater treatment plant
  • “Building in the O” program

On the agenda for the 7:30 p.m. regular meeting:

  • Introducing a new policeman
  • Proclamation for Fort Zumwalt South Girls Soccer Team winning the Class 3 State Championship
  • Update from the O’Fallon Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • Public hearing, second reading and final approval of the rezoning of a parcel of land on the east side of highway K to highway 364 from the general business district to the apartment building district
  • Second reading and final adoption of an ordinance to change Willow Park Drive to Willow Walk Estates Drive
  • Consent timeline: June 10 meeting minutes, full liquor license approval, including Sunday sales for Pantera’s Pizza at 22 O’Fallon Square
  • First reading of an amendment to the city code on open meetings and minutes
  • First reading of an amendment to the city code relating to the installation of stop and cession signs
  • First reading of an amendment to the city code relating to failure to appear in municipal court
  • First reading of an agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission to finance the Dardenne Greenway Connection project
  • First reading of a 22.02 acre voluntary annexation north of Veterans Memorial Parkway and west of TR Hughes Boulevard (former Laclede mobile home park)
  • Resolution for the purchase of two side-loading garbage trucks ($ 611,470)
  • Resolution to extend wireless connectivity to the Justice Center ($ 31,992)
  • Resolution for a hands-free shoulder lighting system for the police department ($ 12,387)
  • Resolution for a change order for the wastewater treatment plant upgrade project ($ 454,235)
  • Resolution concerning the intention to issue industrial tax bonds to finance a project
  • Resolution for design services for the phase 3 project of boulevard du lac Saint-Louis ($ 245,523)

The agenda also includes public comments, committee and commission reports, council members’ ward reports, and mayor and city administrator reports.

A complete agenda and supporting documents can be found on the city’s website.


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