Summary of Most Recent Meeting

Sept. 22, 2014

1.        ROLL CALL.
2.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES. September 8, 2014
Documents: 09-08-2014.PDF
3.
FINALIZATION AND APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDAS. CITIZENS WISHING TO SPEAK TO OR REMOVE ITEMS FROM THE CONSENT AGENDAS MUST DO SO AT THIS TIME.
4.
CEREMONIAL MATTERS.
5.
CITY MANAGER REPORT AND RESPONSES TO QUESTIONS RAISED AT THE PREVIOUS CITY COUNCIL MEETING.

Police Chief Paul Williams provided the Monthly Crime report in writing

State Legislative Action

I would like to take a few moments this evening to provide an update on 10 state laws passed at the end of the previous legislative session. These sales tax exemption bills had a potential $8.2 million impact on the City of Springfield. Together, amendments for various sales tax exemptions would have cost local governments more than $223 million annually in lost revenues.

Of the 10 bills we were focused on, three came up for a veto override vote, with two receiving enough votes to receive the override. (SB 727 and SB 829)

Senate Bill 584, which we estimated could cost the City $7.6 million, was not brought up for a vote. I would like to publicly thank Senator Bob Dixon for declining to pursue a veto override for the bill, which would have created a local sales tax exemption for data storage/processing businesses, a local sales tax exemption for the energy and equipment used in electric distribution and modified application of state and local sales taxes on admission to recreation and amusement venues.

As you know, Springfield was among the groups opposed to overriding the veto of Senate Bill 584 because of multiple amendments that were added in the closing hours of the legislative session.

The original bill’s impact was greatly changed by the tax exemption amendments from other lawmakers. Subsequent analyses by the Legislature’s own budget researchers projected the annual multimillion-dollar losses for local governments – information lawmakers did not have when final regular session votes were taken.

Thank you, Senator Dixon, for doing the right thing for our communities and not pursuing putting these much-amended measures into law.

We look forward to being at the table for what Senator Dixon describes as intensive discussions about various tax exemption proposals.

I would also like to thank Representatives Jeff Messenger, Lynn Morris and Charlie Norr for voting against the override of the Governor’s veto of Senate Bill 662. That measure requires Missouri Department of Revenue to notify sellers if there has been a change in the interpretation of sales tax laws that modifies which items that are taxable. If the Department fails to notify a seller of the change, the seller will not be liable for the additional taxes to be collected until the seller is notified.

Thank you, Representatives Eric Burlison, Jeff Messenger, Lynn Morris and Charlie Norr for voting against SB 727 (which would create a sales and use tax exemption for farm products sold at farmers' markets.) The estimated impact statewide for this measure is $727,000.

Thank you, Representative Charlie Norr for voting against an override of the Governor’s veto of Senate Bill 829. Currently, the Director of Revenue has the burden of proof in tax liability disputes if the taxpayer meets certain requirements. One such requirement is that if the taxpayer is a partnership, corporation, or trust, the taxpayer’s net worth doesn’t exceed $7 million and the taxpayer has no more than 500 employees. This act removes this requirement to put the burden of proof on the Director of Revenue. The act also allows the burden of proof to be placed on the Director of Revenue in tax exemption cases. Both Legislative Oversight and the Department of Revenue listed the impact as "undetermined".  We think its impact will depend on how this bill is interrupted. In the extreme, sales tax exemption certificates could no longer be required, or it could be used just in cases of disagreement about outstanding tax liability.

6.
SECOND READING AND FINAL PASSAGE. Citizens Have Spoken. May Be Voted On.
7.
Council Bill 2014-187. (Stephens) (PASSED UNANIMOUSLY)
A general ordinance approving the City Utilities Annual Operating Budget for the Fiscal Year ending September 30, 2015.
Documents: 2014-187.PDF
8.
Council Bill 2014-188. (Carroll) (PASSED UNANIMOUSLY)
A general ordinance approving establishment of new electric rates and revised electric rates.
Documents: 2014-188.PDF
9.
RESOLUTIONS. Citizens May Speak. May Be Voted On.
10.
Council Bill 2014-205. (Fisk) (PASSED UNANIMOUSLY)
A resolution accepting the recommendations of the Hotel-Motel Tax Reallocation Committee and directing the City Manager to negotiate contracts with the Discovery Center of Springfield, Lake Country Soccer, and Springfield Art Museum for the expenditure of Hotel-Motel Tax proceeds. (Staff recommends approval.)
Documents: 2014-205.PDF
11.
EMERGENCY BILLS.
12.
PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS.
13.
GRANTS.
14.
AMENDED BILLS.
15.
COUNCIL BILLS FOR PUBLIC HEARING. Citizens May Speak. Not Anticipated To Be Voted On.
16.
Council Bill 2014-206. (Compton) (WILL VOTE IN TWO WEEKS)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield Land Development Code, Section 1-1600, Zoning Maps, by rezoning approximately 0.62 acres of property generally located at 430, 438, and 444 East Elm Street from an R-HD, High-Density Multi-Family Residential District, to a CC, Center City District, and establishing Conditional Overlay District No. 80 (Planning and Zoning Commission and staff recommend approval).  (By:  So EL District, LLC; 430, 438 and 444 East Elm Street; Z-17-2014 with Conditional Overlay District No. 80.)

Documents: 2014-206.PDF
17.
Council Bill 2014-207. (Fishel) (WILL VOTE IN TWO WEEKS)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield Land Development Code, Section 1-1600, Zoning Maps, by rezoning approximately 1.19 acres of property, generally located at 4000 South Campbell Avenue, from a Planned Development District No. 21 and Planned Development District No. 21 Amended to a GR, General Retail District, upon certain conditions being met. (Planning and Zoning Commission and staff recommend approval.)  (By:  Primrose Campbell Community Imp Association; 4000 South Campbell Avenue; Z-21-2014.) 

Documents: 2014-207.PDF
18.
Council Bill 2014-208. (Rushefsky) (WILL VOTE IN TWO WEEKS)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield Land Development Code, Section 1-1600, Zoning Maps, by rezoning approximately 5.86 acres of property, generally located at 2737 and 2759 East Pythian Street, from an R-SF, Single-Family Residential District, and an R-MD, Medium-Density Multi-Family Residential District, to an R-MD, Medium-Density Multi-Family Residential District; and establishing Conditional Overlay District No. 79 (Planning and Zoning Commission and staff recommend approval).  (By:  Presbyterian Children’s Home; 2737 and 2759 East Pythian Street; Z-20-2014 & Conditional Overlay District No. 79.)

Documents: 2014-208.PDF
19.
Council Bill 2014-209. (Rushefsky) (wILL VOTE IN TWO WEEKS)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield Land Development Code, Section 1-1600, Zoning Maps, by rezoning approximately 36.22 acres of property, generally located at 3040 East Cherry Street, from an R-LD, Low-Density Multi-Family Residential District with Conditional Overlay District No. 20 and GM, General Manufacturing District, to an R-LD, Low-Density Multi-Family District, GM, General Manufacturing District, and HC, Highway Commercial District; and establishing Conditional Overlay District No. 77 (Planning and Zoning Commission and staff recommend approval).  (By:  Burks Development Corporation; 3040 E. Cherry Street; Z-18-2014 & Conditional Overlay District No. 77.)

Documents: 2014-209.PDF
20.
Council Bill 2014-210. (Rushefsky) (WILL VOTE IN TWO WEEKS)

A special ordinance authorizing the Director of Planning and Development to accept the dedication of the public streets and easements to the City of Springfield as shown on the Preliminary Plat of Cherry Street East, generally located at 3040 East Cherry Street, upon the applicant filing and recording a final plat that substantially conforms to the preliminary plat; and authorizing the City Clerk to sign the final plat upon compliance with the terms of this ordinance. (Planning and Zoning Commission and Staff recommend that City Council accept the public streets and easements.)

Documents: 2014-210.PDF
21.
Council Bill 2014-211. (Compton) (Council voted unanimously to table the Bill, anticipating bringing a substitute bill in two weeks) (16 speakers in favor; 4 in opposition)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield Land Development Code, Section 1-1600, Zoning Maps, by rezoning approximately 92.74 acres of property, generally located at 4833 South Campbell Avenue, from anR-SF, Single-Family Residential District, to an O-1, Office District, and a GR, General Retail Districtand establishing Conditional Overlay District No. 78.  (By:  Ward Branch Etal Tr, 4833 South Campbell Avenue; Z-19-2014 & Conditional Overlay District No. 78.)

Documents: 2014-211.PDF
22.
Council Bill 2014-212. (Rushefsky) (WILL VOTE IN TWO WEEKS)
A special ordinance adopting the East Cherry Flats Redevelopment Plan and Blight Report for an area located along the north side of East Cherry Street between South National Avenue and South Kickapoo Avenue. (The Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority, the Planning and Zoning Commission, and Staff recommend approval.)
Documents: 2014-212.PDF
23.
FIRST READING BILLS.
24.
NEW BUSINESS.

Confirm the following reappointment to the Building Trades Examination and Certification Board:  Michael Smith with term to expire October 1, 2017.

As per RSMo. 109.230 (4), City records that are on file in the City Clerk’s office and have met the retention schedule will be destroyed in compliance with the guidelines established by the Secretary of State’s office.

25.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS.
26.
PETITIONS, REMONSTRANCES, AND COMMUNICATIONS.
27.
MISCELLANEOUS.
28.
CONSENT AGENDA – FIRST READING BILLS. SEE ITEM # 3. (APPROVED UNANIMOUSLY)
29.
Council Bill 2014-213. (Seifried)
A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a License Agreement for Monitoring Well with Environmental Works, Inc. (EW), for the purpose of allowing EW to install and maintain (at no cost to the City) two monitoring wells on the public right-of-way on Nichols Street to monitor groundwater conditions.
Documents: 2014-213.PDF
30.
Council Bill 2014-214. (Fishel)
A special ordinance authorizing the Director of Planning and Development to accept the dedication of the public streets and easements to the City of Springfield as shown on the Preliminary Plat of Briarcliff Subdivision, generally located at 2720 East Battlefield Road, upon the applicant filing and recording a final plat that substantially conforms to the preliminary plat; and authorizing the City Clerk to sign the final plat upon compliance with the terms of this ordinance. (Planning and Zoning Commission and Staff recommend that City Council accept the public streets and easements.)
Documents: 2014-214.PDF
31.
Council Bill 2014-215. (Stephens)
A special ordinance authorizing the City of Springfield, Missouri, to enter into a master lease purchase transaction, the proceeds of which will be used to pay the costs of acquiring equipment for the Police Department and the Parks Department, amending the Fiscal Year 2014-2015 budget of the City in an amount not to exceed $650,000, and to do all things necessary to carry out the master lease purchase transaction, including the execution of certain documents in connection therewith.
Documents: 2014-215.PDF
32.
Council Bill 2014-216. (Stephens)
A special ordinance amending the General Fund budget for the City of Springfield, Missouri, for Fiscal Year 2013-2014, by increasing revenue and expenses in the amount of $297,352.48; and reallocating unexpended appropriations between departments.
Documents: 2014-216.PDF
33.
Council Bill 2014-217. (Burlison)
A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a Renewal of Memorandum of Understanding with the Curators of the University of Missouri for the purpose of providing cooperative training between the Fire Department and the University of Missouri Fire and Rescue Training Institute (MUFRTI).
Documents: 2014-217.PDF
34.
Council Bill 2014-218. (Carroll)

A special ordinance amending the budget of the Department of Public Works for the Fiscal Year 2014- 2015, in the amount of $870,000.00, to appropriate Transportation Fund balance reserves to provide or the purchase of rock salt and capital equipment for roadway paving.

Documents: 2014-218.PDF
35.
Council Bill 2014-219. (Hosmer)
A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a Seventh Amendment to the 800 MHz Trunked Radio System Participation Agreement (Participation Agreement), Contract No. 2000-0182-07, to delay the expiration of the Participation Agreement by approximately five years and increase the maximum number of subscriber (radio) units each participant may deploy.
Documents: 2014-219.PDF
36.
CONSENT AGENDA – ONE READING BILLS. SEE ITEM # 3.
37.
Council Bill 2014-220. (Seifried)
A special ordinance to establish and define the boundaries and adopt the plat, plans, specifications, and sealed estimate of construction costs, and authorize acquisition of necessary right(s)-of-way, by purchase or condemnation thereof, for Sanitary Sewer District No. 183 of Section No. 16 of the main sewers of the City, located in the general vicinity of Grand Street and West Bypass Avenue; further providing that all labor shall be paid the prevailing wages; and directing the City Manager, or his designee, to advertise for bids for the construction of said sewers.
Documents: 2014-220.PDF
38.
Council Bill 2014-221. (Compton)
A resolution approving the plans and specifications for the 351 Boonville Door Addition, Roof Repair, and Outdoor Stage project, Plan No. 2610, and accepting the bid of Hovey Homes LLC for that project.
Documents: 2014-221.PDF
39.
CONSENT AGENDA – SECOND READING BILLS. CITIZENS HAVE SPOKEN. MAY BE VOTED ON.
40.
Council Bill 2014-190. (Hosmer)
A general ordinance amending the Springfield City Code, Chapter 98, Streets, Sidewalks, and Public Places, Article VII Encroachments on City Property, to clarify Encroachment License insurance requirements for the licensee and property owner.
Documents: 2014-190.PDF
41.
Council Bill 2014-191. (Burlison)
A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into an amended Contract of Obligation with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, whereby the City agrees to financially secure the future closure and post-closure care of all currently active and previously completed portions of the City’s Sanitary Landfill.
Documents: 2014-191.PDF
42.
Council Bill 2014-192. (Compton)
A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a License Agreement and Release with First Baptist Church of Springfield, Missouri, and the Watershed Committee of the Ozarks (WCO).
Documents: 2014-192.PDF
43.
Council Bill 2014-193. (Rushefsky)
A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Troop D, (Highway Patrol) and to coordinate and allow use of the City’s Police Weapons Training Facility, commonly referred to as the “Firing Range.”
Documents: 2014-193.PDF
44.
Council Bill 2014-194. (Stephens)
A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into an agreement with the Board of Governors of Missouri State University (MSU) for the purpose of continuing to provide enhanced law enforcement services within and around the MSU campus.
Documents: 2014-194.PDF
45.
END OF CONSENT AGENDAS
46.
ADJOURN.
Roll Call
2.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES. September 8, 2014
Documents: 09-08-2014.PDF
3.
FINALIZATION AND APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDAS. CITIZENS WISHING TO SPEAK TO OR REMOVE ITEMS FROM THE CONSENT AGENDAS MUST DO SO AT THIS TIME.
4.
CEREMONIAL MATTERS.
5.
CITY MANAGER REPORT AND RESPONSES TO QUESTIONS RAISED AT THE PREVIOUS CITY COUNCIL MEETING.
6.
SECOND READING AND FINAL PASSAGE. Citizens Have Spoken. May Be Voted On.
7.
Council Bill 2014-187. (Stephens)
A general ordinance approving the City Utilities Annual Operating Budget for the Fiscal Year ending September 30, 2015.
Documents: 2014-187.PDF
8.
Council Bill 2014-188. (Carroll)
A general ordinance approving establishment of new electric rates and revised electric rates.
Documents: 2014-188.PDF
9.
RESOLUTIONS. Citizens May Speak. May Be Voted On.
10.
Council Bill 2014-205. (Fisk)
A resolution accepting the recommendations of the Hotel-Motel Tax Reallocation Committee and directing the City Manager to negotiate contracts with the Discovery Center of Springfield, Lake Country Soccer, and Springfield Art Museum for the expenditure of Hotel-Motel Tax proceeds. (Staff recommends approval.)
Documents: 2014-205.PDF
11.
EMERGENCY BILLS.
12.
PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS.
13.
GRANTS.
14.
AMENDED BILLS.
15.
COUNCIL BILLS FOR PUBLIC HEARING. Citizens May Speak. Not Anticipated To Be Voted On.
16.
Council Bill 2014-206. (Compton)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield Land Development Code, Section 1-1600, Zoning Maps, by rezoning approximately 0.62 acres of property generally located at 430, 438, and 444 East Elm Street from an R-HD, High-Density Multi-Family Residential District, to a CC, Center City District, and establishing Conditional Overlay District No. 80 (Planning and Zoning Commission and staff recommend approval).  (By:  So EL District, LLC; 430, 438 and 444 East Elm Street; Z-17-2014 with Conditional Overlay District No. 80.)

Documents: 2014-206.PDF
17.
Council Bill 2014-207. (Fishel)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield Land Development Code, Section 1-1600, Zoning Maps, by rezoning approximately 1.19 acres of property, generally located at 4000 South Campbell Avenue, from a Planned Development District No. 21 and Planned Development District No. 21 Amended to a GR, General Retail District, upon certain conditions being met. (Planning and Zoning Commission and staff recommend approval.)  (By:  Primrose Campbell Community Imp Association; 4000 South Campbell Avenue; Z-21-2014.) 

Documents: 2014-207.PDF
18.
Council Bill 2014-208. (Rushefsky)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield Land Development Code, Section 1-1600, Zoning Maps, by rezoning approximately 5.86 acres of property, generally located at 2737 and 2759 East Pythian Street, from an R-SF, Single-Family Residential District, and an R-MD, Medium-Density Multi-Family Residential District, to an R-MD, Medium-Density Multi-Family Residential District; and establishing Conditional Overlay District No. 79 (Planning and Zoning Commission and staff recommend approval).  (By:  Presbyterian Children’s Home; 2737 and 2759 East Pythian Street; Z-20-2014 & Conditional Overlay District No. 79.)

Documents: 2014-208.PDF
19.
Council Bill 2014-209. (Rushefsky)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield Land Development Code, Section 1-1600, Zoning Maps, by rezoning approximately 36.22 acres of property, generally located at 3040 East Cherry Street, from an R-LD, Low-Density Multi-Family Residential District with Conditional Overlay District No. 20 and GM, General Manufacturing District, to an R-LD, Low-Density Multi-Family District, GM, General Manufacturing District, and HC, Highway Commercial District; and establishing Conditional Overlay District No. 77 (Planning and Zoning Commission and staff recommend approval).  (By:  Burks Development Corporation; 3040 E. Cherry Street; Z-18-2014 & Conditional Overlay District No. 77.)

Documents: 2014-209.PDF
20.
Council Bill 2014-210. (Rushefsky)

A special ordinance authorizing the Director of Planning and Development to accept the dedication of the public streets and easements to the City of Springfield as shown on the Preliminary Plat of Cherry Street East, generally located at 3040 East Cherry Street, upon the applicant filing and recording a final plat that substantially conforms to the preliminary plat; and authorizing the City Clerk to sign the final plat upon compliance with the terms of this ordinance. (Planning and Zoning Commission and Staff recommend that City Council accept the public streets and easements.)

Documents: 2014-210.PDF
21.
Council Bill 2014-211. (Compton)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield Land Development Code, Section 1-1600, Zoning Maps, by rezoning approximately 92.74 acres of property, generally located at 4833 South Campbell Avenue, from anR-SF, Single-Family Residential District, to an O-1, Office District, and a GR, General Retail Districtand establishing Conditional Overlay District No. 78.  (By:  Ward Branch Etal Tr, 4833 South Campbell Avenue; Z-19-2014 & Conditional Overlay District No. 78.)

Documents: 2014-211.PDF
22.
Council Bill 2014-212. (Rushefsky)
A special ordinance adopting the East Cherry Flats Redevelopment Plan and Blight Report for an area located along the north side of East Cherry Street between South National Avenue and South Kickapoo Avenue. (The Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority, the Planning and Zoning Commission, and Staff recommend approval.)
Documents: 2014-212.PDF
23.
FIRST READING BILLS.
24.
NEW BUSINESS.

Confirm the following reappointment to the Building Trades Examination and Certification Board:  Michael Smith with term to expire October 1, 2017.

As per RSMo. 109.230 (4), City records that are on file in the City Clerk’s office and have met the retention schedule will be destroyed in compliance with the guidelines established by the Secretary of State’s office.

25.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS.
26.
PETITIONS, REMONSTRANCES, AND COMMUNICATIONS.
27.
MISCELLANEOUS.
28.
CONSENT AGENDA – FIRST READING BILLS. SEE ITEM # 3.
29.
Council Bill 2014-213. (Seifried)
A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a License Agreement for Monitoring Well with Environmental Works, Inc. (EW), for the purpose of allowing EW to install and maintain (at no cost to the City) two monitoring wells on the public right-of-way on Nichols Street to monitor groundwater conditions.
Documents: 2014-213.PDF
30.
Council Bill 2014-214. (Fishel)
A special ordinance authorizing the Director of Planning and Development to accept the dedication of the public streets and easements to the City of Springfield as shown on the Preliminary Plat of Briarcliff Subdivision, generally located at 2720 East Battlefield Road, upon the applicant filing and recording a final plat that substantially conforms to the preliminary plat; and authorizing the City Clerk to sign the final plat upon compliance with the terms of this ordinance. (Planning and Zoning Commission and Staff recommend that City Council accept the public streets and easements.)
Documents: 2014-214.PDF
31.
Council Bill 2014-215. (Stephens)
A special ordinance authorizing the City of Springfield, Missouri, to enter into a master lease purchase transaction, the proceeds of which will be used to pay the costs of acquiring equipment for the Police Department and the Parks Department, amending the Fiscal Year 2014-2015 budget of the City in an amount not to exceed $650,000, and to do all things necessary to carry out the master lease purchase transaction, including the execution of certain documents in connection therewith.
Documents: 2014-215.PDF
32.
Council Bill 2014-216. (Stephens)
A special ordinance amending the General Fund budget for the City of Springfield, Missouri, for Fiscal Year 2013-2014, by increasing revenue and expenses in the amount of $297,352.48; and reallocating unexpended appropriations between departments.
Documents: 2014-216.PDF
33.
Council Bill 2014-217. (Burlison)
A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a Renewal of Memorandum of Understanding with the Curators of the University of Missouri for the purpose of providing cooperative training between the Fire Department and the University of Missouri Fire and Rescue Training Institute (MUFRTI).
Documents: 2014-217.PDF
34.
Council Bill 2014-218. (Carroll)

A special ordinance amending the budget of the Department of Public Works for the Fiscal Year 2014- 2015, in the amount of $870,000.00, to appropriate Transportation Fund balance reserves to provide or the purchase of rock salt and capital equipment for roadway paving.

Documents: 2014-218.PDF
35.
Council Bill 2014-219. (Hosmer)
A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a Seventh Amendment to the 800 MHz Trunked Radio System Participation Agreement (Participation Agreement), Contract No. 2000-0182-07, to delay the expiration of the Participation Agreement by approximately five years and increase the maximum number of subscriber (radio) units each participant may deploy.
Documents: 2014-219.PDF
36.
CONSENT AGENDA – ONE READING BILLS. SEE ITEM # 3.
37.
Council Bill 2014-220. (Seifried)
A special ordinance to establish and define the boundaries and adopt the plat, plans, specifications, and sealed estimate of construction costs, and authorize acquisition of necessary right(s)-of-way, by purchase or condemnation thereof, for Sanitary Sewer District No. 183 of Section No. 16 of the main sewers of the City, located in the general vicinity of Grand Street and West Bypass Avenue; further providing that all labor shall be paid the prevailing wages; and directing the City Manager, or his designee, to advertise for bids for the construction of said sewers.
Documents: 2014-220.PDF
38.
Council Bill 2014-221. (Compton)
A resolution approving the plans and specifications for the 351 Boonville Door Addition, Roof Repair, and Outdoor Stage project, Plan No. 2610, and accepting the bid of Hovey Homes LLC for that project.
Documents: 2014-221.PDF
39.
CONSENT AGENDA – SECOND READING BILLS. CITIZENS HAVE SPOKEN. MAY BE VOTED ON.
40.
Council Bill 2014-190. (Hosmer)
A general ordinance amending the Springfield City Code, Chapter 98, Streets, Sidewalks, and Public Places, Article VII Encroachments on City Property, to clarify Encroachment License insurance requirements for the licensee and property owner.
Documents: 2014-190.PDF
41.
Council Bill 2014-191. (Burlison)
A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into an amended Contract of Obligation with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, whereby the City agrees to financially secure the future closure and post-closure care of all currently active and previously completed portions of the City’s Sanitary Landfill.
Documents: 2014-191.PDF
42.
Council Bill 2014-192. (Compton)
A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a License Agreement and Release with First Baptist Church of Springfield, Missouri, and the Watershed Committee of the Ozarks (WCO).
Documents: 2014-192.PDF
43.
Council Bill 2014-193. (Rushefsky)
A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Troop D, (Highway Patrol) and to coordinate and allow use of the City’s Police Weapons Training Facility, commonly referred to as the “Firing Range.”
Documents: 2014-193.PDF
44.
Council Bill 2014-194. (Stephens)
A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into an agreement with the Board of Governors of Missouri State University (MSU) for the purpose of continuing to provide enhanced law enforcement services within and around the MSU campus.
Documents: 2014-194.PDF
45.
END OF CONSENT AGENDAS
46.
ADJOURN.