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CITY COUNCIL

COUNCIL CHAMBERS

TUESDAY, MAY 29, 2018

7:00 P.M.

AGENDA

I.

CALL TO ORDER

II.

ROLL CALL

III.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES – May 14, 2018 Work Session & Regular Agenda Minutes

V.

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

A.

Public Participation and Hearing Procedures

VI.

MAYOR APPOINTMENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

A.

Appointments

1.

Board of Public Safety – Dennis Welker (Ward Eight) – Unexpired Term Ending June 2018

2.

Planning and Zoning Commission – Cindy Deppeler (Ward Five) – Unexpired Term Ending June 2019

B.

Announcements

1.

Sarah Mullinix – National Champion, NEDA Novice Crossfire Debate

2.

Dottie Bailey, Candidate for Missouri 110th House District

VII.

PUBLIC HEARINGS –

A.

A response to a communication dated April 2, 2018, from Abbey Schaberg, legal counsel for Westridge Office Holding Co., L.L.C., regarding P.Z. 14-01 Westridge Office Center I; C-8 Planned Commercial District (Town Center ‘Workplace District’); southeast corner of State Route 109 and New College Avenue (Street Address: 2630 State Route 109/Locator Number: 24V410176); which requests the modification of the site-specific governing ordinance to address an inconsistency between this legislation and the most recent Preliminary Plat/Record Plat that is under review by the City, specifically in regards to the amount of minimum overall area the C-8 Planned Commercial District must maintain in terms of acreage. (Ward – Eight)

VIII.

LEGISLATION

A.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS –

1.

BILL #2364

AN ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI AUTHORIZING AN AMENDMENT TO AN EXISTING C-8 PLANNED COMMERCIAL DISTRICT TO ALLOW FOR A CERTAIN DEGREE OF FLEXIBILITY IN THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE REMAINING BUILDINGS THAT ARE PART OF THIS DEVELOPMENT, WHICH INCLUDES TWO (2) EXISTING STRUCTURES AND FOUR (4) OTHERS THAT ARE CURRENTLY AUTHORIZED, THEREBY BEING CONSISTENT WITH THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION IN ITS LETTER UPON THIS MATTER DATED MARCH 19, 2018 - P.Z. 14-01 McLain Partners. Recommended by the Department of Planning (Second Reading) (Ward Eight) 
               Direct Budgetary Impact:  None
Documents:
  1. Bill 2364.pdf
2.

BILL #2365

AN ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD AUTHORIZING THE DIVISION OF AN 11.21 ACRE TRACT OF LAND, ADDRESSED AS 201 MONARCH HILL DRIVE [LOCATOR NUMBER 19X630026], WHICH IS PART OF U.S. SURVEY 134, TOWNSHIP 45 NORTH, RANGE 3 EAST, CITY OF WILDWOOD, ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI; AND, MORE SPECIFICALLY, SITUATED ON THE WEST SIDE OF MONARCH HILL DRIVE, NORTH OF WILD HORSE CREEK ROAD, FOR THE PURPOSES OF SUBDIVIDING IT INTO TWO (2) PARCELS OF GROUND, HEREAFTER TO BE KNOWN AS LOTS A AND B OF MONARCH HILL LOT SPLIT PLAT, AT SIZES OF 3.72 ACRES AND 7.49 ACRES, RESPECTIVELY.  Recommended by the Department of Planning (Second Reading) (Ward One)

                       Direct Budgetary Impact:  None


Documents:
  1. Bill 2365.pdf
3.

BILL #2366

AN ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI APPROVING A RECORD PLAT AND DEPOSIT AGREEMENT, WITH ASSOCIATED LETTERS OF CREDIT, FOR THE “MAIN STREET CROSSING – PLAT 3” SUBDIVISION; A 12.65-ACRE AREA OF THE OVERALL TWENTY-EIGHT (28) ACRE DEVELOPMENT SITE, CONTAINING THIRTY-FOUR (34) LOTS, WHICH IS LOCATED IN THE WEST HALF OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 1 AND THE EAST HALF OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 44 NORTH, RANGE 3 EAST, CITY OF WILDWOOD, ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI; BEING MORE SPECIFICALLY SITUATED ON THE WEST SIDE OF EATHERTON ROAD, NORTH OF MANCHESTER ROAD; WHILE ALSO BEING SUBJECT TO THE MAIN STREET CROSSING – PLAT 1 TRUST INDENTURES. Recommended by the Department of Planning (Second Reading) (Ward Eight)

   Direct Budgetary Impact:  None


Documents:
  1. Bill 2366.pdf
4.

BILL #2367

AN ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI TO EXECUTE A CONTRACT WITH QUANTUM RACING DEVELOPMENT FOR THE USE OF A PORTION OF THE CITY’S TRAIL NETWORK (Rock Hollow and Bluff View Parks), ON JUNE 15 AND 16, 2019, FOR A TWO (2) DAY BICYCLE EVENT, CONDITIONED ON THE COMPLETION OF AND ADHERENCE TO AN EVENT PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT FOR THE SAME. Recommended by the Department of Planning (Second Reading) (Ward - Six)

   Direct Budgetary Impact:  None


Documents:
  1. Bill 2367.pdf
5.

BILL #2368

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR TO NEGOTIATE FOR THE PURCHASE OF A MODULAR VEHICLE BARRIER SYSTEM FROM ADVANCED SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES LLC. Recommended by the Administration / Public Works Committee (Second Reading) (Wards – All)

      Direct Budgetary Impact: $50,544.00


Documents:
  1. Bill 2368.pdf
6.

BILL #2369

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, TO EXECUTE A MISSOURI HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION COST SHARE AGREEMENT IN ORDER TO PROCEED WITH OBTAINING STATE FUNDING FOR THE ROUTE 109 IMPROVEMENT PROJECT UNDER THE MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION COST SHARE PROGRAM.  Recommended by the Administration / Public Works Committee (Second Reading) (Wards One, Five and Eight)

   Direct Budgetary Impact: $952,500.00


Documents:
  1. Bill 2369.pdf
7.

BILL #2370

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, TO EXECUTE A SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD WITH HR GREEN, INC., FOR ADDITIONAL DESIGN SERVICES REQUIRED FOR THE ROUTE 109 IMPROVEMENT PROJECT WITHIN THE CITY OF WILDWOOD. Recommended by the Administration / Public Works Committee (Second Reading) (Wards One, Five and Eight) 
Direct Budgetary Impact: $88,478.06

Documents:
  1. Bill 2370.pdf
8.

BILL #2371

AN ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD REAPPROVING THE ADJUSTMENT OF CERTAIN COMMON BOUNDARY LINES BETWEEN TWO (2) PARCELS OF GROUND, BEING ADJUSTED LOT 2 OF ‘STONESTHROW EQUESTRIAN ESTATES SUBDIVISION – PLAT TWO [PLAT BOOK 355, PAGE 77] AND A TRACT OF LAND BEING PART OF LOTS 5 AND 6 OF WILLIAMS HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION OF WHITSETT ESTATES [DEED BOOK 238, PAGE 393]; ALL BEING SITUATED IN SECTION 22, TOWNSHIP 44 NORTH, RANGE 3 EAST, CITY OF WILDWOOD, ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI, AND, MORE SPECIFICALLY, AT THE TERMINUS OF WHITSETTS FORK ROAD, WEST OF STATE ROUTE 109, FOR THE PURPOSES OF RECONFIGURING THESE PARCELS OF GROUND TO ADDRESS THE ENCROACHMENT OF CERTAIN IMPROVEMENTS BETWEEN THEM AT THE REQUEST OF THE AFFECTED PROPERTY OWNERS.  Recommended by the Department of Planning (Second Reading) (Ward – Six)
Direct Budgetary Impact:  None
Documents:
  1. Bill 2371.pdf
B.

NEW BUSINESS –

1.

BILL #2372

AN ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI THAT HEREBY AUTHORIZES CHANGES TO AMENDED C-8 PLANNED COMMERCIAL DISTRICT ORDINANCE #2152 TO ACCOMMODATE THE REUSE OF AN EXISTING BUILDING SITUATED ON THIS SITE, AND BEING LOCATED IN THE TOWN CENTER AREA, FOR A COFFEE SHOP, LOUNGE/BAR, EVENT SPACE, AND A SHARED-USE OFFICE CONCEPT, IN ASSOCIATION WITH GENERAL AND PROFESSIONAL TYPES, UNDER A SET OF SPECIFIC CONDITIONS THAT ARE CONSISTENT WITH THE LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION APPROVED BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION ON APRIL 16, 2018 AND, THEREAFTER, FORWARDED TO CITY COUNCIL FOR ITS REVIEW AND CONSIDERATION - St. Louis County’s P.C. 112-89 Cliff Rufkahr.  Recommended by the Department of Planning (First Reading) (Ward Eight)

       Direct Budgetary Impact:  None


Documents:
  1. Bill 2372.pdf
2.

BILL #2373

AN ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI APPROVING THE ADJUSTMENT OF CERTAIN COMMON BOUNDARY LINES BETWEEN TWO (2) EXISTING PARCELS OF GROUND, KNOWN AS LOT A OF HAYES SUBDIVISION AND LOT 2 OF WINDY ACRES [ST. LOUIS COUNTY LOCATOR NUMBERS: 25X420130 AND 25X420097, RESPECTIVELY]; BOTH BEING LOCATED IN THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 44 NORTH, RANGE 3 EAST, CITY OF WILDWOOD, ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI, AND MORE SPECIFICALLY SITUATED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF MELROSE ROAD, WEST OF STATE ROUTE 100, FOR THE PURPOSES OF TRANSFERRING 3.76 ACRES BETWEEN THE TWO (2) PROPERTIES. Recommended by the Department of Planning (First Reading) (Ward – Six)
       Direct Budgetary Impact:  None
Documents:
  1. Bill 2373.pdf
IX.

RESOLUTIONS –

A.

RESOLUTION 2018-14

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ACQUISITION OF CERTAIN TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENTS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE STRECKER ROAD BRIDGE REPLACEMENT OVER CAULKS CREEK WITHIN THE CITY OF WILDWOOD.  Recommended by the City Administrator (Wards – Two and Three)
Direct Budgetary Impact: None 
B.

RESOLUTION 2018-15

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE A FUNDING APPLICATION WITH THE EAST-WEST GATEWAY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS FOR FEDERAL FUNDING OF A CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT TO CONSTRUCT A NEW ROUNDABOUT AT THE INTERSECTION OF STATE ROUTE 109 WITH STATE ROUTE BA (SOUTH JUNCTION) UNDER THE SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM-SUBALLOCATED (STP-S) FUNDING PROGRAM FOR THE ST. LOUIS REGION.  Recommended by the Admin / Public Works Committee and Board of Public Safety (Wards – One and Three)

Direct Budgetary Impact: $300,000


C.

RESOLUTION 2018-16

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE A JOINT FUNDING APPLICATION WITH ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI, AND THE CITY OF ELLISVILLE, MISSOURI, TO THE EAST-WEST GATEWAY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS FOR FEDERAL FUNDING OF A CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT TO CONSTRUCT A NEW ROUNDABOUT AT THE INTERSECTION OF OLD STATE ROAD AND RIDGE ROAD UNDER THE SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM-SUBALLOCATED (STP-S) FUNDING PROGRAM FOR THE ST. LOUIS REGION. Recommended by the Admin / Public Works Committee (Ward – Seven)

Direct Budgetary Impact: $250,000 - $350,000


D.

RESOLUTION 2018-17

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD TO FILE WITH THE BOUNDARY COMMISSION OF ST. LOUIS COUNTY A MAP PLAN IDENTIFYING THE LIMITS OF ANY POTENTIAL BOUNDARY CHANGES THAT MAY OCCUR DURING THE UPCOMING FIVE (5) YEAR PLANNING CYCLE ESTABLISHED BY THE BOUNDARY COMMISSION.  Recommended by the Administration/Public Works Committee (Wards – All)

Direct Budgetary Impact:  None


E.

RESOLUTION 2018-18

A RESOLUTION ADOPTING A POLICY FOR CONSIDERING ANNEXATIONS OF LAND INTO THE CITY OF WILDWOOD.  Recommended by the Administration/Public Works Committee  (Wards – All)
Direct Budgetary Impact:  None
F.

RESOLUTION 2018-19

A RESOLUTION BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH GREEN2GO, L.L.C., WHICH WILL PROVIDE NEEDED POWER/ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD’S SPECIAL EVENTS, INCLUDING ITS CELEBRATE WILDWOOD EVENT AND THE ART FESTIVAL, ALONG WITH ANY INCIDENTAL ITEMS NECESSARY FOR THE SAME. Recommended by the Department of Planning and Parks (Wards – All)

Direct Budgetary Impact:  Not to Exceed $25,000

X.

MISCELLANEOUS

A.

Approval of Expenditures

B.

Receive and File:

1.

P.Z. 3-18 Play Pen, L.L.C., c/o Terry Grewe, 415 Tenth Street, Valley Park, Missouri, 63088 – A request for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) in the NU Non-Urban Residence District and FPNU Floodplain Non-Urban Residence District for a thirty-one point two (31.2) acre tract of land that is located at the terminus of an un-named private drive, which intersects the southern right-of-way of Pond Road, northwest of Smith School Road and southeast of Rieger Road (Locator Number: 22W420013/Street Address: 1237 Pond Road). Proposed Use: A large water feature – lake – (as defined by §415.030 of the City of Wildwood’s Zoning Regulations), which exceeds one (1) acre in overall size – one point six seven (1.67) acres. (Ward One)

2.

A request of the Department of Planning for review and action by the Planning and Zoning Commission regarding P.Z. 5 and 5(a)-16 Stonecrest of Wildwood; Amended C-8 Planned Commercial District in the ‘Neighborhood General’ Land Use Category of the Town Center Regulating Plan; north side of Plaza Drive, west of Fountain Place; which is seeking a determination of the level of compliance relative to the owner’s plans for the required commercial spaces in this assisted care/memory care facility, which are set forth in the governing ordinance for this 1.26 acre property and as a condition of its zoning change. (Ward – Eight)

3.

A response to a correspondence from Matthew Lueders, which was dated February 1, 2018, regarding P.Z. 15 through 24-16 Missouri American Water Company (MOAW) Data Collection Units (DCU), which seeks the Planning and Zoning Commission’s review and action on a requested change to these Conditional Use Permits (CUP) governing the placement of Data Collection Units (DCU) upon ten (10) existing emergency alert siren poles within rights-of-way throughout the City of Wildwood in order to facilitate the collection of water meter usage.

This requested change would thereby remove the existing requirement that the associated equipment box and all wiring/cabling be painted to match the color of the host pole to minimize its visual impact. The Conditional Use Permits (CUP) for the Data Collection Units (DCU) upon existing emergency alert siren poles are authorized at the following locations:

1. P.Z. 15-16 MOAW DCU 43 – Unit to be placed upon the existing emergency alert siren pole located within the northern right-of-way of Ridge Road (generally located adjacent to 1120 Ridge Road); at the following latitude and longitude: LAT 38.557795/LONG -90.600937 (Ward Six)

2. P.Z. 16-16 MOAW DCU 57 – Unit to be placed upon the existing emergency alert siren pole located within the southern right-of-way of Alt Road, at State Route 109 (generally located adjacent to 4000 Alt Road); at the following latitude and longitude: LAT 38.541/LONG -90.63235 (Ward Six)

3. P.Z. 17-16 MOAW DCU 58 – Unit to be placed upon the existing emergency alert siren pole located within the western right-of-way of Village Hills Parkway (generally located adjacent to 16505 Willow Glen Drive); at the following latitude and longitude: LAT 38.568697/LONG -90.627732 (Ward Eight)

4. P.Z. 18-16 MOAW DCU 64 – Unit to be placed upon the existing emergency alert siren pole located within the eastern right-of-way of Ossenfort Road (generally located adjacent to 19159 Melrose Road); at the following latitude and longitude: LAT 38.574013/LONG -90.720703 (Ward Six)

5. P.Z. 19-16 MOAW DCU 103 – Unit to be placed upon the existing emergency alert siren pole located within the western right-of-way of Valley Road (generally located adjacent to 2611 Chatham Place Court); at the following latitude and longitude: LAT 38.610852/LONG -90.597849 (Ward Two)

6. P.Z. 20-16 MOAW DCU 110 – Unit to be placed upon the existing emergency alert siren pole located within the western right-of-way of Shepard Road (generally located adjacent to 1339 Shepard Road); at the following latitude and longitude: LAT 38.622574/LONG -90.632279 (Ward Three)

7. P.Z. 21-16 MOAW DCU 111 – Unit to be placed upon the existing emergency alert siren pole located within the eastern right-of-way of Wildhorse Parkway Drive (generally located adjacent to 17699 Wildridge Drive); at the following latitude and longitude: LAT 38.641849/LONG -90.632613 (Ward Two)

8. P.Z. 22-16 MOAW DCU 118 – Unit to be placed upon the existing emergency alert siren pole located within the northern right-of-way of Manchester Road (generally located adjacent to 17367 Manchester Road); at the following latitude and longitude: LAT 38.580517/LONG -90.65506 (Ward One)

9. P.Z. 23-16 MOAW DCU 123 – Unit to be placed upon the existing emergency alert siren pole located within the western right-of-way of Wild Horse Creek Road, at State Route 100 (generally located adjacent to 2300 Wild Horse Creek Road); at the following latitude and longitude: LAT 38.583961/LONG -90.683589 (Ward One)

10. P.Z. 24-16 MOAW DCU 114 – Unit to be placed upon the existing emergency alert siren pole located within the southern right-of-way of Wild Horse Creek Road (generally located adjacent to 18440 Wild Horse Creek Road); at the following latitude and longitude: LAT 38.642967/LONG -90.673854 (Ward One)

4.

A recommendation report of the Department of Planning and Parks to the Planning and Zoning Commission regarding the Monarch-Chesterfield Levee District Trailhead (John L. LeCave Memorial Trailhead); Residence District for a one (1) acre tract of land; North side of Centaur Road, west of North Eatherton Road (Street Address – 18465 Centaur Road/St. Louis County Locator Number – 19X540244); which, if approved, would authorize the use of the subject site for a trailhead for the Monarch- Chesterfield Levee Trail under the conditions of said Site Development Plan. (Ward One)

5.

A response to a submittal from the Desco Group, which is dated April 6, 2018, that seeks a change to the Amended MXD Mixed-Use Development District Ordinance governing the Schnucks Wildwood Crossing Center to allow for a third freestanding monument sign along the property’s Manchester Road frontage; south side of Manchester Road, west of State Route 100 (Street Address: 16506 Manchester Road/Locator Number: 23U120480); St. Louis County’s P.C. 219-85 Alfred Hicks and J.L. Mason of Missouri, Inc. (Ward Seven)

C.

Campaign Finance – Council Member Stephens

D.

City of Wildwood Membership in the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) – Council Member Stephens

E.

Public Participation – Council Member Gragnani

XI.

EXECUTIVE [CLOSED] SESSION: Legal Actions, Causes of Action, Litigation or Privileged Communications Between the City’s Representatives and its Attorneys [RSMO 610.021(1) 1994]

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 Amanda Foster, City Clerk at 636-458-0440 or email at afoster@cityofwildwood.com at least 48 hours prior to the start of the meeting.