wildwood   
CITY COUNCIL
 COUNCIL CHAMBERS
Monday, July 12, 2021
7:00 P.M.
AMENDED AGENDA

This meeting of the City Council will be livestreamed at:https://www.cityofwildwood.com/1924/Livestream 
This meeting will also be available by video conference at: https://zoom.us/j/452669612,
or by telephone: 1-312-626-6799, Webinar ID: 452 669 612
I.

CALL TO ORDER

II.

ROLL CALL

III.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES – June 28, 2021 Work Session & Regular Meeting Minutes

V.

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

A.

Public Participation and Hearing Procedures

B.

Officials' Responses

VI.

MAYOR'S ANNOUNCEMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS

A.

Announcements

1.

Presentation – FY2020 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, RubinBrown LLP (Wards – All)

B.

Appointments (see Consent Agenda)

VII.

PUBLIC HEARING(S)

VIII.

LEGISLATION

A.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

1.

BILL 2624

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO NEGOTIATE AND EXECUTE AN STP-URBAN PROGRAM AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE CITY OF WILDWOOD AND THE MISSOURI HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION IN ORDER TO PROCEED WITH OBTAINING FEDERAL FUNDING TO DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT THE MANCHESTER ROAD AND TAYLOR ROAD RESURFACING PROJECT. Recommended by the Administration/Public Works Committee (Second Reading) (Wards Seven and Eight) 

Direct Budgetary Impact: $360,000 (20% of $1,800,000)

Funding Source: Capital Improvement Fund

Documents:
  1. BILL 2624.pdf
2.

BILL 2625

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE A CONTRACT ON BEHALF OF THE CITY WITH TERRASPEC, FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF DESIGN AND ENGINEERED DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR BIDDING PURPOSES IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE BLUFF VIEW PARK UPGRADES, WHICH WOULD INCLUDE CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION/MANAGEMENT SERVICES. Recommended by the Planning and Parks Committee (Second Reading) (Ward Six) 

Direct Budgetary Impact: $67,500

Funding Source: FY2021 Capital Improvements Program

Documents:
  1. BILL 2625.pdf
B.

NEW BUSINESS

1.

BILL 2620A

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AUTHORIZING CERTAIN MODIFICATIONS TO EXISTING C-8 PLANNED COMMERCIAL DISTRICT ORDINANCE #2549, WHICH GOVERNS A MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT LOCATED IN THE CITY’S TOWN CENTER DOWNTOWN AND NEIGHBORHOOD GENERAL DISTRICTS, BY ALLOWING UP TO AN ADDITIONAL SIX (6) MONTHS FOR THE SUBMITTAL AND ACTION ON THE REQUIRED SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN, WITH SUCH BEING CONSISTENT WITH THE FAVORABLE ACTION OF THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION THAT IS SET FORTH IN ITS MAY 3, 2021 LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION ON THE SAME. Recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission (First Reading) (Ward Eight)

Direct Budgetary Impact: None

Funding Source: N/A

Documents:
  1. BILL 2620A.pdf
2.

BILL 2626

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AUTHORIZING A CHANGE IN ZONING FROM THE PS PARK AND SCENIC DISTRICT TO THE NU NON-URBAN RESIDENCE DISTRICT UPON A PARCEL OF GROUND THAT IS 0.53 ACRE IN SIZE, WHICH IS LOCATED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF STONESTHROW DRIVE, AT ITS CURRENT TERMINUS. Recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission (First Reading) (Ward Six) 

Direct Budgetary Impact: None

Funding Source: N/A

Documents:
  1. BILL 2626.pdf
3.

BILL 2627

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO    EXECUTE ALL THE NECESSARY CONTRACTS AND UNDERTAKE THE NEEDED ACTIONS TO ENGAGE THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY (USGS) IN THE FIRST YEAR OF A TWO (2) YEAR STUDY OF THE CAULKS CREEK WATERSHED, AS PART OF THE OVERALL EFFORTS OF THE CITY’S WATERSHED EROSION TASK FORCE (WETF) TO DEVELOP ENVIRONMENTALLY-APPROPRIATE AND ENGINEERED SOLUTIONS TO ON-GOING CONCERNS THEREIN, WITH SUCH ANALYSIS TO BEGIN BEFORE THE END OF 2021. Recommended by the Watershed Erosion Task Force (First Reading) (Wards Two, Three, Four, Five, Seven, and Eight) 

Direct Budgetary Impact: $105,200

Funding Source: FY2021 Capital Improvements Program

Documents:
  1. BILL 2627.pdf
4.

BILL 2628

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, THAT ENDORSES THE ACTION OF THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION IN ITS ADOPTION OF THE 2021 TOWN CENTER PLAN UPDATE, AFTER EXTENSIVE STUDY, AND THEREFORE RATIFIES CHANGES TO THE CHARTER'S COMPREHENSIVE ZONING PLAN, WHICH REFLECTS THE REGULATING COMPONENT OF THIS AFOREMENTIONED DOCUMENT. Recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission (First Reading) (Wards One, Four, Five, Seven, and Eight)

Direct Budgetary Impact: None

Funding Source: N/A

Documents:
  1. BILL 2628.pdf
IX.

RESOLUTIONS

X.

CONSENT AGENDA

A.

Appointments

1.

Kurt Hensic – (Ward One) – Historic Preservation Commission – Term Ending May 2024

2.

Stacy Jackson - (Ward Six) - Provisional Municipal Judge – Term Ending June 2023

XI.

MISCELLANEOUS

XII.

ADJOURNMENT

City Council will consider and act upon the matters listed above, and such others as may be presented at the meeting and determined to be appropriate for discussion at that time.

Notice is hereby given that the City Council may also hold a closed meeting for the purpose of dealing with matters relating to one or more of the following: Legal Actions, Causes of Action, Litigation or Privileged Communications Between the City’s Representatives and its Attorneys [RSMO 610.021(1) 1994]; Lease, Purchase or Sale of Real Estate [RSMO 610.021 (2) 1994]; hiring, firing, disciplining or promoting employees by a public governmental body [RSMO 610.021 (3) 1994]; bidding specification [RSMO 610.021 (11) 1994]; sealed bids and related documents, until the bids are opened’ and sealed proposals and related documents or any documents related to a negotiated contract until a contract is executed, or all proposals are rejected [RSMO 610.021 (12) 1994]; and/or individually identifiable personnel records, performance ratings or records pertaining to employees or applicants for employment [RSMO 610.021 (13) 1994].

The City of Wildwood will provide reasonable accommodations for persons attending City Council meetings. Requests for reasonable accommodations should be made by contacting Megan Eldridge, City Clerk at 636-458-0440 or email at megan@cityofwildwood.com at least 48 hours prior to the start of the meeting.