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Meeting Agenda

Columbia City Council Regular Meeting

April 6, 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. Recognition of Barbara Hoppe for her service as the Ward 6 Council Member. 

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

    1. Kelly Johnson - Report matters needing attention.

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. Glenn Cobbins, Sr. and Judy Hubbard - Announcement of the "WE ARE FAMILY" march for April 11, 2015 from 2-4pm for the purpose of black on black crime awareness and prevention in Columbia and the nation.

      1. Supporting Documentation
  5. PUBLIC HEARINGS:
    1. (A) Construction of a sidewalk along the east side of Garth Avenue between Worley Street and Sexton Road, a crosswalk across the east leg of the Garth Avenue and Worley Street intersection and reconstruction of six driveways to meet ADA requirements. [Need Motion/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. (B) Construction of a recycling drop-off area located north of the northwest intersection of Providence Road Outer Roadway and State Route AC/Nifong Boulevard (former site of Fire Station No. 7) and improvements to the State Farm Parkway recycling drop-off site. [Need Motion/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    3. (C) Consider the establishment of the Business Loop Community Improvement District. [No Action Required/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    4. (D) Consider the Water and Light 2015 Renewable Energy Report. [Need Motion/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
  6. OLD BUSINESS:
    1. B41-15 Authorizing an easement release agreement with Missouri CVS Pharmacy, L.L.C. and the Mary M. Hackett Trust No. 1 relating to the vacation of sewer easements located on the southeast corner of Providence Road and Broadway. (Tabled at the March 2, 2015 Council Meeting.) (Supplemental Information.) (Applicant request to table to the April 20, 2015 Council Meeting.)  [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. B61-15 Voluntary annexation of property located on the east side of Battle Avenue and on the north side of St. Charles Road; establishing permanent R-1 zoning (Case No. 15-62). [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    3. B62-15 Voluntary annexation of City-owned property located on the east side of Battle Avenue and north of St. Charles Road; establishing permanent R-1 zoning (Case No. 15-68). [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
  7. CONSENT AGENDA:
    1. B63-15 Authorizing a contract for sale of real estate with Philip D. Gresham for property located at 208 Ridgeway Avenue. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. B64-15 Authorizing an STP-Urban Program supplemental agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission for the Broadway pavement improvement project from Providence Road to Hitt Street. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    3. B65-15 Authorizing a right of use permit with Elke Boyd for construction, improvement, operation and maintenance of an inlet modification within a portion of the North Parklawn Court right-of-way (2004 North Parklawn Court). [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    4. B66-15 Accepting a conveyance for utility purposes. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    5. B67-15 Authorizing an agreement for donation of property interests with MDS Real Estate Association, LLC as it relates to Phase I construction of the Grindstone Creek Trail. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    6. B68-15 Authorizing an agreement with the Columbia Public School District for FY 2015 playground improvement projects at New Haven Elementary School and Russell Boulevard Elementary School. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    7. B69-15 Amending the FY 2015 Annual Budget to add and delete a position in the Fire Department. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    8. B70-15 Authorizing Amendment No. 1 to the program services contract with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services for the Healthy Families America program; appropriating funds. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    9. B71-15 Authorizing a memorandum of understanding with Columbia Public Schools to develop standards to be recognized as a Missouri Breastfeeding Friendly Worksite. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    10. B72-15 Authorizing Amendment No. 1 to the memorandum of understanding with the Missouri Department of Corrections to provide tuberculosis screening and testing services. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    11. B73-15 Appropriating funds for Share the Light Program. [2nd Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    12. R52-15 Setting a public hearing: construction of improvements at the intersection of Worley Street and Clinkscales Road. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    13. R53-15 Setting a public hearing: construction of improvements at the intersection of Stadium Boulevard and Old Route 63. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    14. R54-15 Setting a public hearing: reconstruction of Runway 13-31 (Phase I) and Taxiway B at the Columbia Regional Airport. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    15. R55-15 Setting a public hearing: construction of sidewalk improvements along the south side of Elleta Boulevard from Rangeline Street eastward to the existing sidewalk. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    16. R56-15 Authorizing various Adopt a Spot agreements. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    17. R57-15 Authorizing a memorandum of understanding with the Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture relating to the Healthy Eating and Active Living (HEAL) program. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    18. R58-15 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. R59-15 Accepting a gift of four (4) sculptures created and donated by Don Asbee installed around the perimeter of the East Campus Historic Neighborhood. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    20. R60-15 Authorizing an artist’s commission agreement with Lisa Bartlett relating to the Traffic Box Art Program. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    21. R61-15 Authorizing Amendment No. 1 to an agreement with TranSystems Corporation for professional engineering services for an alignment/conceptual study of the Shepard Boulevard to Rollins Street East-West Trail Connection GetAbout Columbia Project. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    22. R62-15 Authorizing an agreement with Columbia Access Television (CAT) for operation of the public access channel. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    23. R63-15 Expressing support for The District Gateway Master Plan. [Read & Vote/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
  8. NEW BUSINESS:
  9. INTRODUCTION AND FIRST READING:
    1. B74-15 Amending Chapter 29 of the City Code as it relates to the definition and standards associated with accessory dwelling units (Case No. 15-53). [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. B75-15 Approving the Final Plat of James Estate Subdivision located on the north side of Barberry Avenue and west of Hibiscus Drive; authorizing a performance contract; granting a variance from the Subdivision Regulations relating to sidewalk construction (Case No. 15-57). [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    3. B76-15* Amending Chapter 3 of the City Code as it relates to attendance requirements for the Airport Advisory Board. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    4. B77-15* Authorizing a financial assistance agreement with the Mid-Missouri Solid Waste Management District for the purchase of a roll-off recycling trailer to be used at special events; appropriating funds. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    5. B78-15 Authorizing an airport aid agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission for air service marketing and promotion services; appropriating funds. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    6. B79-15* Authorizing construction of renovations to the exterior of the Thomas G. Walton Building. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    7. B80-15* Accepting conveyances for utility purposes. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    8. B81-15* Authorizing a facilities and services agreement with The Curators of the University of Missouri for the use of Peace Park for the Fourth of July Celebration and Fireworks Display. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    9. B82-15* Appropriating funds received from donations and miscellaneous revenue to the Parks and Recreation Department. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    10. B83-15 Approving a petition requesting the formation of the Business Loop Community Improvement District; authorizing a cooperative agreement with the Business Loop Community Improvement District; authorizing certain actions and documents and prescribing other matters relating thereto. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    11. B84-15* Appropriating Law Enforcement Training funds for police officer training. [Intro & 1st Read/Mayor Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    12. *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.

    13. **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.

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

  10. REPORTS:
    1. REP42-15 Distributed Diesel Generation. [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    2. REP43-15 Enforcement of Sidewalk Snow Removal. [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    3. REP44-15 Documentation of Perspectives Related to Single-Use Plastic Bag Ordinance. [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    4. REP45-15 Vision Commission Implementation Status and Media Mention Reports. [Memo]

      1. Supporting Documentation
    5. REP46-15 Intra-Departmental Transfer of Funds Request. [Memo]

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