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City Council Agenda
Monday, October 26, 2020
7:00 P.M.
200 S. Holden
Warrensburg, MO  64093  

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1.
7:00P.M.

Call to Order Regular City Council Meeting

2.

Roll Call

3.

Approval of City Council Minutes

3.I.

City Council Minutes 10/12 and 10/19/2020

4.

Adoption of Agenda

5.

1st Reading Only Ordinance

5.I.

Ordinance Authorizing the City Manager and City Clerk to Execute Contracts with Civic Organizations

An Ordinance Authorizing the City Manager and City Clerk to Execute Contracts
with Civic Organizations for Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Services (8 Contracts)

Presented by Marcella McCoy, Finance Director
6.

2nd Reading of Ordinance

6.I.

Second Reading of an Ordinance to Rezone Property At the SW Corner Of Warren & Pine Streets From HI To LI

An Ordinance Enlarging an LI: Light Industrial District by Rezoning Land Located at the Southwest Corner of Warren and Pine Streets from HI: Heavy Industrial District to LI: Light Industrial District

Presented by: Barbara Carroll, AICP, Director of Community Development
Documents:
  1. Ordinance.pdf
6.II.

Second Reading Execute Contract with Davis Structure and Development for East Wastewater Treatment Plant UV Upgrade Project

An Ordinance authorizing the City Manager and City Clerk to execute a contract with Davis Structure and Development Corporation for the East Wastewater Treatment Plant UV Upgrade Project in the City of Warrensburg, Missouri.

 Presented by Assistant City Manager Danielle Dulin
6.III.

Second Reading Ordinance Authorizing the City Manager and City Clerk to Execute an Extension of the Depository Contract

Second Reading Ordinance Authorizing the City Manager and City Clerk to Execute an Extension of the Depository Contract and Pledge Agreement with Equity Bank for a period of two years.

Presented by Marcella McCoy, Finance Director
6.IV.

Second Reading of an Ordinance Prohibiting Marijuana Consumption in Public

An Ordinance Adopting Article III of Chapter 28 Related to the Use of Marijuana in Public Places

Presented by Chief Rich Lockhart
7.

Other Business

7.I.

Resolution of Support for MCC Development LIHTC Application

A Resolution of the City of Warrensburg, Missouri, supporting and encouraging the efforts by MCC Development of WI, LLC to develop forty-eight (48) units of senior affordable housing on Lot 6 Hawthorne Development.

Presented by Harold Stewart, City Manager
7.II.

Resolution of Support for Springridge Highlands LIHTC Application

A Resolution of the City of Warrensburg, Missouri, Supporting and Encouraging the Efforts by HRM Services to Redevelop Fifty-Two (52) Units of Family Affordable Housing to be Known as Springridge Highlands

Presented by: Barbara Carroll, AICP, Director of Community Development
8.

Appearances to the Council not listed on the Agenda

9.

Mayoral Appointment/s

10.

Miscellaneous Matters from the Mayor and/or City Council

12.

Director of Finance Report

13.

Closed Session After Regular Session

The City Council will meet in the Community Development Conference Room, at 102 South Holden, Warrensburg, for Executive Session

Vote to close part of this meeting pursuant to Section 610.021 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, relating to:

 (1)      Legal actions, causes of action or litigation involving the City and any confidential or privileged communication between the City and its representatives and its attorneys.

(2)     Leasing, purchase or sale of real estate where public knowledge might adversely affect the amount paid in the transaction.

(3)    Hiring, firing, disciplining or promoting of particular employees by a public governmental body when personal information about the employee is discussed or recorded.

(12)   Documents or any documents related to a negotiated contract until a contract is executed, or all proposals are rejected.

(13)  Individually identifiable personnel records, performance ratings or records pertaining to employees or applicants for employment