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Meeting Agenda

Columbia City Council Regular Meeting

April 7, 2014 - 7:00 pm

Council Chamber, City Hall, 701 E. Broadway, Columbia, Missouri

  1. INTRODUCTORY ITEMS:
    1. Pledge of Allegiance

    2. Roll Call

    3. Approval of Previous Minutes

    4. Approval and Adjustment of Agenda Including Consent Agenda

  2. SPECIAL ITEMS:
    1. Presentation of the Financial Audit Results.

  3. APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS:
  4. SCHEDULED PUBLIC COMMENT:

    1. Jeremy Root or Tracy Greever-Rice - Downtown development. 

      1. Supporting Documentation
  5. PUBLIC HEARINGS:
    1. (A) Construction of the sanitary sewer main and manhole rehabilitation project. [Need Motion/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. R61-14 Approving amendments to the FY 2013 Annual Action Plan for CDBG and HOME funds; authorizing amendments to the agreements with Independent Living Center of Mid-Missouri, Inc. (d/b/a Services for Independent Living), Boone County Council on Aging, Inc. and the Columbia Housing Authority; transferring funds. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    3. (B) Construction of the 16-inch Oakland Church Road water main project located in the northeast pressure zone. [Need Motion/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    4. (C) Consider the Water and Light 2014 Renewable Energy Report.  [Need Motion/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
  6. OLD BUSINESS:
    1. B65-14 Approving the Final Plat of Parkside Estates, Plat No. 1 located on the east side of Route K and adjacent to Southbrook Court; authorizing a performance contract (Case No. 14-16). (Supplemental Information.) [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. B72-14 Authorizing a service agreement with Victus Advisors, LLC for a sports community assessment, a market potential study and the feasibility of creating a sports advisory board; appropriating funds. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    3. B74-14 Amending Chapter 16 of the City Code as it relates to marijuana. [2nd Read & Vote/Hoppe Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
  7. CONSENT AGENDA:
    1. B64-14 Approving the Southampton Centre C-P Development Plan located on the east side of Executive Drive, between Southampton Drive and Corporate Plaza Drive; approving less stringent setback and signage requirements (Case No. 14-15). [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. B66-14 Approving a revised statement of intent to allow for removal of a tree preservation area in exchange for a greenspace conservation easement for C-P zoned property located on the south side of Grindstone Parkway; accepting a scenic conservation easement (Case No. 14-17). [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    3. B67-14 Authorizing a municipal agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission for pavement improvements along portions of Route 163 (Providence Road), Route 763 (Rangeline Road) and Business Loop 70. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    4. B68-14 Authorizing a cost apportionment agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission for reconstruction of the shoulders along Route 163 (Providence Road) between Route 740 (Stadium Boulevard) and Green Meadows Road. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    5. B69-14 Amending Chapter 3 of the City Code as it relates to attendance requirements for the Airport Advisory Board. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    6. B70-14 Accepting conveyances for utility purposes. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    7. B71-14 Accepting a public health volunteer program award from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services; appropriating funds. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    8. B73-14 Amending the FY 2014 Annual Budget to add and delete positions in the Water and Light Department; amending the FY 2014 Classification and Pay Plan to make title changes. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    9. B75-14 Appropriating funds to Public Safety and Joint Communications for FY 2014 personnel and operating expenditures. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    10. B76-14 Appropriating funds for emergency management services and siren upgrades. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    11. R50-14 Setting a public hearing:  construction of the Haystack Acres pump station interceptor sewer project. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    12. R51-14 Setting a public hearing:  construction of restroom projects at the Garth Nature Area and Grindstone Nature Area. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    13. R52-14 Setting a public hearing:  construction of an approximate 2,500 square foot EPA/substation equipment storage building at 1514 Business Loop 70 East. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    14. R53-14 Setting a public hearing:  construction of improvements to the unfinished second-level space at the Robert M. LeMone Building, The Columbia Police Department Regional Training Center located at 5001 Meyer Industrial Drive. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    15. R54-14 Setting a public hearing:  voluntary annexation of property located on the east side of Forum Boulevard and north of Old Plank Road (Case No. 13-248). [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    16. R55-14 Authorizing a participating provider agreement with Missouri Care, Inc. (a WellCare Company) to allow for reimbursement of approved clinical services provided to WellCare participants. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    17. R56-14 Authorizing a provider agreement with RightCHOICE Managed Care, Inc. to allow for reimbursement of approved clinical services provided to Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield participants. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    18. R57-14 Authorizing an agreement with North Village Arts District Farmers and Artisan Market for the use of the city-owned Wabash Station parking lot for the operation of a downtown farmers’ market. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    19. R58-14 Extending the periodic closure of a portion of Orr Street between Ash Street and Walnut Street to allow for the construction of a new apartment building. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    20. R59-14 Authorizing the temporary closure of a portion of Ponderosa Street to facilitate the construction of a roundabout at the Nocona Parkway and Ponderosa Street intersection and a roundabout at the entrance of the future A. Perry Philips Park. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    21. R60-14 Authorizing the temporary closure of portions of streets and sidewalks on the south side of Conley Avenue between Fourth Street and Fifth Street, the east side of Fourth Street between Turner Avenue and Conley Avenue, and Fifth Street between Conley Avenue and Turner Avenue, subject to conditions, to allow for construction of a student housing project. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
  8. NEW BUSINESS:
  9. INTRODUCTION AND FIRST READING:
    1. PR62-14 Establishing a policy regarding the display and release of utility usage information and data on the City website. [Read & Hold/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. B77-14** Rezoning property located on the north side of El Cortez Drive and west of Providence Road (215 E. El Cortez Drive) from R-1 to R-2 (Case No. 14-24). [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    3. B78-14* Approving the Final Plat of Southland Plat 1-A, a Replat of Lot 102 of Southland Plat 1, located on the south side of Southland Drive and west of Rock Quarry Road; authorizing a performance contract (Case No. 14-25). [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    4. B79-14 Approving a contract for sale of vacant land between Payne Enterprises, Inc. and the City of Columbia for the purchase of property located on North Eighth Street to be used as a potential site for a homeless drop-in center. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    5. B80-14* Appropriating funds for a historic preservation hands-on educational workshop as part of the 2014 historic preservation fund grant agreement with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (Case No. 13-169). [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    6. B81-14* Authorizing reconstruction of the crosswalk across the north leg of the Seventh Street and Elm Street intersection, reconstruction of the crosswalk across the south leg of the Seventh Street and Locust Street intersection, reconstruction of the crosswalk across the west leg of the Sixth Street and Cherry Street intersection, and reconstruction of the Sixth Street entrance of the alley between Broadway and Walnut Street; calling for bids through the Purchasing Division. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    7. B82-14* Authorizing a municipal agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission for replacement of the Route B bridge over Business Loop 70. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    8. B83-14* Authorizing a cost apportionment agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission for improvements at the intersection of Route 740 (Stadium Boulevard) and Old Route 63. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    9. B84-14* Authorizing a right of use permit with Columbia Properties II, LLC for construction, improvement, operation and maintenance of a private storm sewer system, stairs, tree grates and a modular block support system for transformers and switchgear within portions of the Fourth Street, Fifth Street and Conley Avenue rights-of-way (410 Conley Avenue). [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    10. B85-14* Accepting conveyances for sewer purposes. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    11. B86-14 Authorizing the construction of restroom projects at the Garth Nature Area and Grindstone Nature Area; calling for bids through the Purchasing Division. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    12. B87-14* Authorizing acceptance of the donation of Lot 232 within Magnolia Falls Plat 2, located adjacent to Old Mill Creek Road, from Beacon Street Properties, LLC; providing that the land shall be used for public park and open space purposes. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    13. B88-14* Authorizing a financial assistance agreement with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources for the planning phase of the “Our Natural Legacy: A Plan for Columbia and Boone County” project; appropriating funds. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    14. B89-14* Authorizing the acquisition of easements for construction of the Grindstone Creek Trail Phase I project between the Grindstone Nature Area and Maguire Boulevard. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    15. B90-14 Authorizing construction of an approximate 2,500 square foot EPA/ substation equipment storage building at 1514 Business Loop 70 East; calling for bids through the Purchasing Division. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    16. B91-14* Authorizing the replacement of a water main along Business Loop 70, between Old Highway 63 and Eastwood Circle; calling for bids through the Purchasing Division. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    17. B92-14* Authorizing the acquisition of easements for replacement of a water main along Business Loop 70, between Old Highway 63 and Eastwood Circle. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    18. B93-14* Amending Chapter 16 of the City Code to repeal the requirement for registration of sound amplifying equipment for noncommercial use. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    19. B94-14 Authorizing construction of improvements to the unfinished second-level space at the Robert M. LeMone Building, The Columbia Police Department Regional Training Center located at 5001 Meyer Industrial Drive. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    20. B95-14 Amending Chapter 11 of the City Code as it relates to the food code; adopting the “City of Columbia, Missouri Food Code.” [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    21. B96-14* Authorizing Amendment No. 1 to the program services contract with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services for the Show Me Healthy Women Program. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    22. B97-14* Appropriating funds for Columbia Values Diversity Celebration activities. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    23. B98-14* Appropriating funds for Share the Light Program. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    24. B99-14 Amending Chapter 4 of the City Code as it relates to sidewalk cafes. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    25. B100-14 Amending Chapter 14 and Chapter 24 of the City Code as it relates to enabling and regulating the use of public streets and parking for mobile vending by food trucks. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    26. B101-14 Amending Chapter 9 of the City Code as it relates to open burning. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    27. *Non-zoning related introductory item that may be included on a future agenda as a consent item. Any such item can be removed from the consent agenda and placed under old business or new business at the request of a council member or any other interested person.  The request must be made at the beginning of the council meeting at which the council bill or resolution is scheduled to be acted upon.

      **Zoning related introductory item that may be included on a future agenda as a consent item.  Any such item can be removed from the consent agenda and placed under old business at the request of a council member or any other interested person.  The request must be made to the city clerk before noon on the Wednesday before the council meeting at which the council bill is scheduled to be considered for passage.

      Non-asterisk items are expected to be included in a future agenda as a public hearing or an old business item.

  10. REPORTS:
    1. REP28-14 Avenue of Columbia Rezoning/PUD Plan Request - Authorization of Resubmittal (Case No. 14-44). [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. REP29-14 Correspondence from the Citizens Police Review Board - Request for Supplemental Funding for Increased Board Member Attendance to the NACOLE Conference in Kansas City, Missouri. [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    3. REP30-14 Correspondence from the Downtown Columbia Leadership Council on Future Role of Infrastructure Planning. [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    4. REP31-14 Correspondence from the Downtown Community Improvement District regarding Infrastructure Needs. [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    5. REP32-14 Annual Water and Light Advisory Board Report. [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    6. REP33-14 Media Mentions Report from the Columbia Vision Commission. [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    7. REP34-14 Missouri Quality Award and Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Update. [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    8. REP35-14 Intra-Departmental Transfer of Funds Request. [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
  11. GENERAL COMMENTS BY PUBLIC, COUNCIL AND STAFF:
  12. ADJOURNMENT