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Meeting Agenda

Columbia City Council Regular Meeting

August 3, 2015 - 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. Columbia Cosmopolitan Luncheon Club Presentation.

  3. APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS:
    1. Mayor's Task Force on Infrastructure.

  4. SCHEDULED PUBLIC COMMENT:

    1. Breck Anderson, President Delta Tau Delta Fraternity House Corporation - Extension request of three years for compliance with Ordinance No. 020209 related to the installation of a sprinkler system in the shelter located at 506 E. Rollins.

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. Katrina Boles and Karie Watson - City sewer and storm water runoff problems in the Again Street neighborhood.

      1. Supporting Documentation
    3. Craig Anderson, Sigma Nu Fraternity Rho Chapter Advisor - Request for variance/extension from the Fire Code sprinkler system installation requirement.

      1. Supporting Documentation
    4. Lawrence Lile - Environment and Energy Commission recommendations concerning 2015 building codes.

      1. Supporting Documentation
  5. PUBLIC HEARINGS:
    1. (A) Construction of sanitary sewer improvements along the MKT Trail and Providence Road from Stadium Boulevard to Elm Street, more specifically described as the Flat Branch Watershed Relief Sewer Project No. 1. [Need Motion/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. (B) Construction of sanitary sewer improvements along Elm Street from Providence Road to Hitt Street and along Sixth Street from Elm Street to south of Broadway, more specifically described as the Flat Branch Watershed Relief Sewer Project No. 3. [Need Motion/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    3. (C) Replacement of a failing storm box and inlets at the intersection of Ninth Street and Elm Street, more specifically described as the Ninth and Elm Storm Drainage Replacement Project. [Need Motion/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    4. (D) Replacement of traffic signal equipment and construction of improvements at the intersection of Ninth Street and Elm Street, more specifically described as the Ninth and Elm Pedestrian Scramble Project. [Need Motion/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    5. (E) Construction of street and sewer improvements along a portion of Discovery Drive, from the intersection of Discovery Drive and Discovery Parkway southeastward, more specifically described as the Discovery Drive Roadway and Sewer Extension Project. [Need Motion/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    6. (F) Replacement and upgrade of a water main along Manor Drive, between Broadway and Rollins Road. [See B210-15/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    7. B210-15 Authorizing the replacement and upgrade of a water main along Manor Drive, between Broadway and Rollins Road; calling for bids through the Purchasing Division.  [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
  6. OLD BUSINESS:
    1. B180-15 Granting a variance from the Subdivision Regulations, and a waiver from the requirements of the City Code, relating to construction of a sidewalk along a portion of the north side of Business Loop 70 East and east of Providence Road (405 Business Loop 70 East); accepting conveyances for sidewalk and temporary construction purposes (Case No. 15-128). (Tabled at the July 20, 2015 Council Meeting.) [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
  7. CONSENT AGENDA:

    1. B203-15 Approving a major revision to the C-P Plan for Boone County Fire Protection District Station #14 located on the northeast corner of Scott Boulevard and Vawter School Road (Case No. 15-140). [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. B204-15 Approving the Replat and Final Plat of Vesser’s Subdivision Plat No. 2 located on the west side of Fifth Street, between Turner Avenue and Conley Avenue; authorizing a performance contract (Case No. 15-123). [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    3. B205-15 Vacating a utility easement on Lot 201 within Heritage Village, Plat No. 2 located on the southeast corner of Sinclair Road and Southampton Drive (Case No. 15-138). [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    4. B206-15 Vacating a utility easement on Lot 105 within The Gates, Plat No. 1 located on the east side of Hepscott Court (7302 Hepscott Court) (Case No. 15-139). [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    5. B207-15 Amending Chapter 14 of the City Code to establish a 10-hour parking zone on a portion of the south side of Conley Avenue, between Fourth Street and Fifth Street. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    6. B208-15 Amending Chapter 22 of the City Code as it relates to transportation fares. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    7. B209-15 Accepting a donation from the Downtown Community Improvement District for construction of a suspended pavement tree planter and stormwater treatment cell in the downtown area; appropriating and transferring funds. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    8. B211-15 Accepting conveyances for utility purposes. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    9. B212-15 Authorizing a program services contract with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services for WIC local agency nutrition services. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    10. B213-15 Authorizing a Memorandum of Understanding with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services for the development and maintenance of a registry of volunteer health professionals as it relates to the Medical Reserve Corps. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    11. B214-15 Authorizing Amendment No. 1 to the program services contract with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services for public health emergency preparedness services. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    12. B215-15 Appropriating funds for the provision of Title X family planning services as part of the agreement with North East Community Action Corporation. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    13. B216-15 Appropriating funds for Share the Light Program. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    14. B217-15 Authorizing a school resource officer agreement with the Columbia Public School District. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    15. R121-15 Setting a public hearing:  setting property tax rates for 2015 for the City of Columbia. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    16. R122-15 Setting a public hearing:  FY 2016 Annual Budget for the City of Columbia. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    17. R123-15 Setting a public hearing:  construction of a sidewalk along the north side of Clark Lane between Paris Road (Route B) and east of the U.S. Highway 63 Connector, construction of a trail connection on the west side of the Clark Lane bridge continuing south under Clark Lane and Interstate 70 and connecting to the east side of Mehl Road, and reconstruction of driveways to meet ADA requirements, more specifically described as the Clark Lane West Sidewalk and Hinkson Creek Trail Connection project. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    18. R124-15 Authorizing an agreement with Ultramax Sports, LLC for festivals and events funding under the Tourism Development Program. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    19. R125-15 Authorizing an agreement for professional engineering services with HDR Engineering, Inc. for surveying and civil engineering services for the Henderson Branch Sewer Extension project. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    20. R126-15 Authorizing an agreement for professional engineering services with Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc. for construction phase services for the realignment of Rangeline Road as part of the reconstruction of Runway 13-31 and Taxiway B at the Columbia Regional Airport. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
  8. NEW BUSINESS:
    1. R127-15 Authorizing the temporary closure of the westbound vehicular lane on Elm Street between Eighth Street and Ninth Street, the alley between Elm Street and Locust Street, the sidewalk on the north side of Elm Street between Eighth Street and Ninth Street, and shifting sidewalk access from the west side to the east side of Ninth Street between Elm Street and the alley to facilitate the construction of a mixed use building at 225 South Ninth Street. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. R128-15 Authorizing battery bus evaluation program agreements with BYD Coach and Bus Inc. relating to the lease of one (1) 40-foot electric bus and three (3) 30-foot electric buses; transferring funds. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
  9. INTRODUCTION AND FIRST READING:
    1. B218-15* Amending Chapter 2 of the City Code relating to conflicts of interest and financial disclosure procedures. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. B219-15 Setting property tax rates for 2015. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    3. B220-15 Adopting the FY 2016 Annual Budget for the City of Columbia. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    4. B221-15 Amending Chapter 6 of the City Code as it relates to trade permit fees. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    5. B222-15 Amending Chapter 12A of the City Code as it relates to stormwater utility charges. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    6. B223-15 Amending Chapter 14 of the City Code as it relates to parking fees for unmetered off-street municipal parking lots and facilities and parking meter hoods. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    7. B224-15 Amending Chapter 22 of the City Code as it relates to solid waste rates and services. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    8. B225-15 Amending Chapter 22 of the City Code as it relates to sanitary sewer utility connection fees. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    9. B226-15 Calling a special election on the question whether to extend the one-eighth of one percent local parks sales tax. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    10. B227-15 Approving the Administrative Plat of Creek Ridge, Plat No. 1-A, a Replat of Lots 1-14, 27-31, 34-49 and 76-77 of Creek Ridge Plat No. 1, located on the south side of Old Plank Road and west of Bethel Church Road; authorizing a performance contract; granting continued approval of a variance from the Subdivision Regulations relating to sidewalk construction subject to conditions (Case No. 15-146). [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    11. B228-15* Approving the Final Plat of On The Ninth At Old Hawthorne, Plat No. 1, a Replat of Lot 3-A of Old Hawthorne Plat No. 1-A, located east of the intersection of Old Hawthorne Drive West and Pergola Drive; authorizing a performance contract (Case No. 15-96). [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    12. B229-15* Authorizing a contract for sale of real estate with Columbia Community Development Corporation II for the purchase of property located at 109, 111 and 113 Lynn Street. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    13. B230-15* Declaring the need to acquire easements for construction of the MKT to Parkade Bike Boulevard Project. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    14. B231-15* Authorizing a right of use permit with McAlester Park, LLC for the construction, improvement, operation and maintenance of a private storm sewer and retaining wall in a portion of the Ninth Street and Elm Street rights-of-way. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    15. B232-15* Authorizing Amendment 3 to the general cooperative agreement with the Boone County Regional Sewer District relating to sewer service within the Midway area and financial participation in the construction of the Henderson Branch Sewer Extension project. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    16. B233-15* Accepting a conveyance for utility purposes. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    17. B234-15* Authorizing a program services contract with the Missouri Department of Health and Human Services for tobacco control coalition services; appropriating funds. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    18. B235-15* Appropriating funds received from donations and miscellaneous revenue to the Parks and Recreation Department. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    19. B236-15* Appropriating funds received from the Columbia Chamber of Commerce relating to the construction of repairs and upgrades to the Thomas G. Walton Building. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    20. B237-15* Accepting a donation from Boone Electric Cooperative to be used by the Fire Department for the purchase of public education supplies relating to fire prevention; appropriating funds. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    21. *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.

    22. **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.

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

  10. REPORTS:
    1. REP76-15 Substance Abuse Advisory Commission - Recommendations regarding Proposed Amendments to Chapter 4 of the City Code. [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. REP77-15 Underage Drinking Enforcement. [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    3. REP78-15 Barberry Park Neighborhood Connectivity Plan. [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    4. REP79-15 Water and Light Advisory Board - Water and Electric Rate Impacts on Middle Class Families. [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    5. REP80-15 Intra-Departmental Transfer of Funds Request. [Memo]

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