wildwood   
CITY COUNCIL
 COUNCIL CHAMBERS
Monday, August 9, 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 – July 26, 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

B.

Appointments

1.

Chris Preston - (Ward One) - Board of Public Safety – Term Ending June 2024

2.

Lawrence Clayton - (Ward Four) - Planning & Zoning Commission Ward 4 – Term Ending June 30, 2025

VII.

PUBLIC HEARING(S)

A.

The City of Wildwood, Missouri will hold a public hearing to discuss the estimated allocation of $25,500.00 in Community Development Block Grant Funds which will become available after January 1, 2022. (Wards - All)

The allocation of this amount of funding must be accomplished upon eligible projects, which, in the past, have included, but not been limited to, the following: installation of handicap-accessible ramps within public rights-of-way areas of Wildwood, provision of senior programming opportunities, participation in the Home Improvement Program, and modifications to the City’s website for special needs groups and their use therein. 

 To further its commitment to fair and equitable treatment of all citizens, the City of Wildwood, Missouri has enacted and/or enforces the following: 

  1. A Fair Housing Ordinance prohibiting unlawful discrimination against any person because of race, sex, color, religion, disability, familial status or national origin;
  2. A Policy of Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability in the admission or access to, or employment in, its federally assisted programs or activities;
  3. A Policy of Equal Opportunity to Participate in Municipal Programs and Services regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, familial status, national origin, or political affiliation; and
  4. A requirement for bidding on CDBG activities that promotes employment opportunities created by HUD funding and that these opportunities be afforded to low-income community residents and businesses.  
VIII.

LEGISLATION

A.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

1.

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 PLAN COMPONENT OF THIS AFOREMENTIONED DOCUMENT. Recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission (Third Reading) (Wards One, Four, Five, Seven, and Eight) 

Direct Budgetary Impact: None

Funding Source: N/A

2.

BILL 2629

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO NEGOTIATE AND EXECUTE A TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES FUNDS 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 A SHARED USE PATH ON OLD STATE ROAD. Recommended by the Administration/Public Works Committee (Second Reading) (Wards Seven and Eight) 

  Direct Budgetary Impact: $280,000 (20% of $1,400,000)

  Funding Source: Capital Improvement Fund

Documents:
  1. BILL 2629.pdf
B.

NEW BUSINESS

1.

BILL 2630

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AMENDING CHAPTER 390, TRAFFIC SCHEDULE VI, INTERSECTION STOPS, ADOPTED BY SECTION 390.010 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, BY ENACTING NEW INTERSECTION STOP REGULATIONS AT THE INTERSECTION OF POND-GROVER PARKWAY WITH GREEN PINES DRIVE AND HICKORY CREST DRIVE; AND AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE CITY TRAFFIC ENGINEER TO ERECT APPROPRIATE SIGNAGE REFLECTING SUCH INTERSECTION STOP REGULATIONS. Recommended by the Board of Public Safety (First Reading) (Ward Five) 

Direct Budgetary Impact:  Less than $200

Funding Source: Road and Bridge Fund

Documents:
  1. BILL 2630.pdf
2.

BILL 2631

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AMENDING CHAPTER 390, TRAFFIC SCHEDULE IX, PARKING RESTRICTIONS, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, BY ENACTING NEW PARKING REGULATIONS ON POND ROAD; AND AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE CITY TRAFFIC ENGINEER TO ERECT APPROPRIATE SIGNAGE REFLECTING SUCH PARKING REGULATIONS. Recommended by the Board of Public Safety (First Reading) (Ward One) 

Direct Budgetary Impact:  Less than $600

Funding Source: Road and Bridge Fund

Documents:
  1. BILL 2631.pdf
IX.

RESOLUTIONS

A.

RESOLUTION 2021-18

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE A MAINTENANCE CONTRACT WITH NATIVE LANDSCAPE SOLUTIONS, INC. FOR THE COMMUNITY PARK’S RAIN GARDEN AND BIO-RETENTION BASIN AREAS, WHICH ARE IN NEED OF SIGNIFICANT CARE TO RESTORE THE APPROPRIATE LANDSCAPING SELECTIONS AND REMOVE INVASIVE GROWTHS THAT HAVE ENTERED INTO THESE LOCATIONS AND DAMAGED THE BALANCE. Recommended by Department of Planning and Parks (Ward One) 

Direct Budgetary Impact: $14,578

Funding Source: Department of Planning and Parks Operating Budget

B.

RESOLUTION 2021-19

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE A CONTRACT WITH DJM ECOLOGICAL SERVICES, INC. FOR RESTORATION OF THE MEADOW AREA TO A PRAIRIE ENVIRONMENT WITHIN BELLEVIEW FARMS PARK, CONSISTENT WITH THE APPROVED STEPS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND ASSOCIATED PROCESSES THAT IS THROUGH A MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION (MDC) GRANT AWARDED FOR USE UPON THIS UNIQUE PUBLIC SITE LOCATED WITHIN THE MERAMEC RIVER RECREATION CORRIDOR. Recommended by Department of Planning and Parks (Wards – All) 

Direct Budgetary Impact: $23,525

Funding Source: Missouri Department of Conservation Grant ($25,000.00)

X.

CONSENT AGENDA

A.

Mayor's Appointments

1.

Michael Lee – (Ward Four) – Board of Adjustment Alternate – Term Ending May 2023

2.

James Hrubes – (Ward Eight) – Board of Adjustment Alternate – Term Ending June 2023

3.

Sal Hamdah – (Ward Six) – Board of Ethics Alternate – Term Ending July 2023

4.

David Beattie – (Ward Eight) – Planning & Zoning Commission Ward 8 – Term Ending June 30, 2025

XI.

MISCELLANEOUS

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.