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     CITY COUNCIL

WORK SESSION AGENDA

 

City Hall Council Chambers

16860 Main Street, Wildwood, MO

 

Monday, October 24, 2022

                          5:30 P.M.                         

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/452669612or by telephone:
1-312-626-6799, Webinar ID: 452 669 612
I.

CALL TO ORDER

II.

ROLL CALL

III.

MAYOR'S COMMENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

IV.

FOR INFORMATION

A.

Administration/Public Works Committee

1.

City-Consultant Agreement with Davey Resource Group for Additional Work to Complete a Citywide Tree Inventory (Wards - All)

2.

City-Consultant Agreement with RubinBrown for Audit of City Financial Statements (Wards - All)

B.

Board of Public Safety

1.

Proposed Keep Kids Alive Drive 25® Enforcement Zone for Taylor Road (Ward Five)

2.

Addendum to and a Renewal of the Police Service Agreement with St. Louis County for the year 2023 (Wards – All)

C.

Department of Administration

1.

2021-2025 Strategic Plan Goals (Wards – All)

2.

Review of 2023 Budget Operating Revenues and Expenditures (Wards – All)

3.

Review of 2023 Budget Capital Improvement Plan (Wards – All)

4.

Review of 2023 Budget 5-Year Capital Improvement Plan (Wards – All)

5.

Redistricting Committee Update (Wards - All)

D.

Department of Planning and Parks

1.

Update on Center Avenue Dedication (Ward Eight)

2.

Update on Pedestrian Bridge Project (Ward Eight)

3.

Release of Escrow Relative to Hawks Rest Plat 6 – Lot 5 (Ward Six)

E.

Historic Preservation Commission

1.

Future Location of Essen Log Cabin (Wards – All)

2.

Update on 2022 Work Program (Wards – All)

F.

Planning and Parks Committee

1.

Hardcourt Area in Community Park – Stormwater Management (Ward One)

2.

Update on Bluff View Park Construction (Ward Six)

3.

Recreation Schedule for 2023 (Wards – All)

4.

Voting Participation of City Council Liaisons for Historic Preservation Commission (Wards – All)

5.

Hometown Heroes and Veterans Day Banner Programs (Wards – All)

6.

Recent Development Trends within Wildwood (Wards - All)

7.

Update on In-Person and Virtual Recreation Programs (Wards - All)

8.

Update on Facility Reservations, Event Registrations, and Ongoing and Long-Term Maintenance Costs for Parks and Trail Facilities (Wards – All)

G.

Watershed Erosion Task Force

1.

Grant Applications to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) (Wards – All)

2.

Update on 2022 Work Program Matrix (Wards – All)

H.

Economic Development Committee

1.

Economic Development Committee Report (Wards – All)

I.

October 24, 2022 City Council Meeting Agenda Items

V.

FOR ACTION

A.

EXECUTIVE [CLOSED] SESSION: (1) Legal actions, causes of action or litigation involving a public governmental body and any confidential or privileged communications between a public governmental body or its representatives and its attorneys [RSMO 610.021(1) 1994]; and (2) Individually identifiable personnel records, performance ratings or records pertaining to employees or applicants for employment [RSMO 610.021(13) 1994].

B.

Department of Planning

1.

Consultants’ Reports on The Reserve at Wildwood (Ward One)

Direct Budgetary Impact: None

Funding Source: N/A

Strategic Plan Goal: Enhanced Green Space

C.

Wildwood Celebration Commission

1.

Adoption of 2023 Budget for Celebrate Wildwood (Wards – All)

Direct Budgetary Impact: $90,000

Funding Source: Department of Planning and Parks Operating Budget

Strategic Plan Goal: N/A

D.

Planning and Parks Committee

1.

Event Partnership Agreement – Recommended Changes (Wards – All)

Direct Budgetary Impact: None

Funding Source: N/A

Strategic Plan Goal: N/A

2.

Birch Forest Drive Turnaround – Gate Installation for Fire District (Ward Five)

Direct Budgetary Impact: $16,830

Funding Source: Capital Improvement Sales Tax Fund FY2022

Strategic Plan Goal: Public Works/Public Safety

VI.

MISCELLANEOUS

A.

Receive and File

1.

Submission of proposed annual budget for fiscal year 2023 by the Crossings Community Improvement District Act, pursuant to Section 67.1471, RSMo. (Ward Eight)

2.

Response to May 12, 2022 communication from Mike Whalen, Whalen Custom Homes

Regarding an application for a waiver to the City’s requirements for large-lot single family subdivisions to install packaged wastewater treatment plants in areas of the community not currently serviced by public sanitary sewers, which would thereby allow the use of individual wastewater treatment systems on each of the lots of record. This large-lot subdivision is being proposed upon an approximately 66-acre tract of land located at the northeast corner of Melrose Road and State Route 100 (Street Address: 18456 Woodlands Meadows Drive/St. Louis County Locator Number: 25X520021). A total of 13 lots are being proposed as part of this residential subdivision (West Eden Subdivision). (Ward One)

3.

A 2nd Amended Site Development Plan (ASDP) for St. Louis County’s P.C. 26-91 New Community Church;

Amended C-8 Planned Commercial District (Workplace District of the Town Center Regulating Plan); north side of Manchester Road, west of the Taylor Road Roundabout; which will accommodate a slightly smaller building expansion area than was previously submitted to the Planning and Zoning Commission and approved on July 18, 2022. (Ward Eight)

VII.

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.