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City Council Meeting

  
 City Council Chambers
 Historic City Hall, 830 Boonville


 
Ken McClure, Mayor

Zone Councilmembers

General Councilmembers

  

Monica Horton, Zone 1

Heather Hardinger, General A

Abe McGull, Zone 2

Craig Hosmer, General B

Mike Schilling, Zone 3

Andrew Lear, General C

Matthew Simpson, Zone 4

Richard Ollis, General D

 

Upcoming  Council Meeting Agenda
May 31, 2022 6:30 p.m.

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1.

ROLL CALL.

2.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES. MAY 16, 2022, CITY COUNCIL MEETING AND MAY 24, 2022, SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING.

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.

Swear in Juan Meraz to the Airport Board.

Swear in Paige Oxendine to the Airport Board.

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 2022-119 (Hardinger)

A special ordinance amending the budget for Fiscal Year 2021-2022 for the Department of Environmental Services in the amount of One Million Four Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,400,000) to appropriate retained earnings from the Clean Water Fund for the construction of the East Chestnut Phase 1 Sewer Replacement capital improvement project.

Documents:
  1. 2022-119.pdf
8.

RESOLUTIONS. Citizens May Speak. May Be Voted On.

9.

Council Bill 2022-121 (Lear)

A resolution authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to apply for a Youth Homeless Demonstration Program Grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development, in a minimum amount of $1,000,000, for the purpose of developing and implementing a coordinated community plan to end youth homelessness.

Documents:
  1. 2022-121.pdf
10.

EMERGENCY BILLS.

11.

PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS.

12.

GRANTS. Citizens May Speak. May Be Voted On.

13.

Council Bill 2022-122 (Ollis)

A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager or his designee to apply for and accept grant funds, on behalf of the Springfield-Greene County Health Department, from the Disaster Grants – Public Assistance (Presidentially Declared Disasters) Missouri COVID-19 Pandemic Program through the Department of Homeland Security Federal Emergency Management Agency for qualifying expenditures in the amount of $1,400,000, and to enter into necessary agreements to carry out the grant; amending the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 budget in the amount of $1,400,000 for the purpose of appropriating the additional grant funds, and declaring that this bill qualifies for approval in one reading.

Documents:
  1. 2022-122.pdf
14.

Council Bill 2022-123 (Hardinger)

A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to accept additional Regional Coronavirus Vaccine Efforts grant funding from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services in the amount of $128,479.88 for use by the Springfield-Greene County Health Department and to enter into necessary agreements to carry out the grant; amending the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 budget in the amount of $128,479.88 for the purpose of appropriating the additional grant funds; and declaring that this bill qualifies for approval in one reading.

Documents:
  1. 2022-123.pdf
15.

AMENDED BILLS.

16.

COUNCIL BILLS FOR PUBLIC HEARING. Citizens May Speak. Not Anticipated To Be Voted On.

17.

Council Bill 2022-124 (McGull)

A special ordinance approving a Petition to Establish the Cottle’s Range Community Improvement District; authorizing the City Manager to execute a Cooperative Agreement between the City of Springfield, the Cottle’s Range Community Improvement District, and Buc-ee’s Springfield, LLC; and directing the City Clerk to notify the Missouri Department of Economic Development and the Missouri State Auditor of the creation of the District. (Staff recommends approval.)

Documents:
  1. 2022-124.pdf
18.

Council Bill 2022-125 (Horton)

A special ordinance granting Conditional Use Permit No. 462 for the purpose of permitting an automobile service garage to operate as a conditional use within the GR, General Retail District, generally located at 2808 North Kansas Expressway. (Staff and Planning and Zoning Commission recommend approval.)

Documents:
  1. 2022-125.pdf
19.

Council Bill 2022-126 (Schilling)

A special ordinance granting Conditional Use Permit No. 463 for the purpose of permitting a self-service storage facility to operate as a conditional use within the GR, General Retail District, with Conditional Overlay District No. 78, generally located at 543 West Old Weaver Road. (Staff and Planning and Zoning Commission recommend approval.)

Documents:
  1. 2022-126.pdf
20.

Council Bill 2022-127 (McGull)

A general ordinance amending Section 1-9 of the Springfield City Code, ‘City Limits,’ and amending Section 46-1 of the Springfield City Code, ‘Boundaries of wards, precincts and council zones,’ for the purpose of annexing approximately 9.5 acres of private property, generally located at 1610 and 1620 North Le Compte Road, and referenced as Annexation A-1-2022, into the City of Springfield.

Documents:
  1. 2022-127.pdf
21.

Council Bill 2022-128 (McGull)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield Land Development Code, Section 36-306, ‘Official zoning map and rules for interpretation,’ by rezoning approximately 9.5 acres of property generally located at 1610 and 1620 North Le Compte Road from County A-1, Agriculture District, to IC, Industrial Commercial District, with Conditional Overlay District No. 210; establishing Conditional Overlay District No. 210; and adopting an updated Official Zoning Map. (Staff and Planning and Zoning Commission recommend approval.)

Documents:
  1. 2022-128.pdf
22.

Council Bill 2022-129 (Schilling)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield Land Development Code, Section 36-306, ‘Official zoning map and rules for interpretation,’ by rezoning approximately 10.68 acres of property generally located at 820 West El Camino Alto Drive from O-1, Office District, with Conditional Overlay District No. 78, to GR, General Retail District, with Conditional Overlay District No. 211; establishing Conditional Overlay District No. 211; and adopting an updated Official Zoning Map. (Staff and Planning and Zoning Commission recommend approval.)

Documents:
  1. 2022-129.pdf
23.

Council Bill 2022-130 (Schilling)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield Land Development Code, Section 36-306, ‘Official zoning map and rules for interpretation,’ by rezoning approximately 0.5 acres of property generally located at 567 West Old Weaver Road from R-SF, Single-Family Residential District, to GR, General Retail District; and adopting an updated Official Zoning Map. (Staff and Planning and Zoning Commission recommend approval.)

Documents:
  1. 2022-130.pdf
24.

Council Bill 2022-131 (Schilling)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield Land Development Code, Section 36-306, ‘Official zoning map and rules for interpretation,’ by rezoning approximately 2 acres of property generally located at 2200 West Battlefield Road from R-MHC, Manufactured Home Community District, to IC, Industrial Commercial District, with Conditional Overlay District No. 213; establishing Conditional Overlay District No. 213; and adopting an updated Official Zoning Map. (Staff and Planning and Zoning Commission recommend approval.)

Documents:
  1. 2022-131.pdf
25.

FIRST READING BILLS. Citizens May Speak. Not Anticipated To Be Voted On.

26.

Council Bill 2022-132 (Hardinger)

A special ordinance setting a preliminary tax levy on real and personal property for current expenses and debt retirement of the City of Springfield, Missouri, and its boards and agencies, for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2022, and ending June 30, 2023; and declaring an emergency.

Documents:
  1. 2022-132.pdf
27.

Council Bill 2022-133 (Lear)

A special ordinance adopting a budget for the City of Springfield, Missouri, for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2022, and ending June 30, 2023; providing that certain amounts shown in the budget document are appropriated for the various departments specified in said budget; and declaring an emergency.

Documents:
  1. 2022-133.pdf
28.

Council Bill 2022-134 (Hardinger)

A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to execute the Memorandum of Understanding Between the State of Missouri and Its Political Subdivisions on Proceeds Relating to the Settlement of Opioid Litigation to facilitate acceptance of the City’s share of settlement proceeds from the national opioids litigation.

Documents:
  1. 2022-134.pdf
29.

Council Bill 2022-135 (Horton)

A special ordinance creating an exception to the Comprehensive Housing Assistance Program boundary for the Maplewood Villas development, generally located at 550 North Duke Avenue; and authorizing the Department of Planning and Development to approve a $300,000 loan for the Maplewood Villas development with a reduced interest rate from the rate established in the Comprehensive Housing Assistance Program Rules. (Staff and Loan Committee recommend approval.)

Documents:
  1. 2022-135.pdf
30.

Council Bill 2022-136 (Lear)

A special ordinance amending the Park Board's Fiscal Year 2021-2022 operating budget by increasing both revenue and expenses in the amount of $2,612,892.13 to allocate $1,800,000.00 of revenue and associated offsetting expense items from Parks 2001 and 2006 Sales Tax Funds, $662,892.13 in reimbursements from insurance claims, and $150,000.00 of revenue and associated expense items within the Golf Fund, respectively.

Documents:
  1. 2022-136.pdf
31.

Council Bill 2022-137 (Simpson)

A special ordinance approving the Third Amendment to the July 1, 2021, Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City and the Springfield Police Officers Association, Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 22 (“SPOA”), the Exclusive Representative of a certain Bargaining Unit within the Springfield Police Department, representing the result of wage reopener negotiations; and authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, on behalf of the City, to execute and deliver the Third Amendment to the Collective Bargaining Agreement to the Exclusive Representative.

Documents:
  1. 2022-137.pdf
32.

Council Bill 2022-138 (Hardinger)

A special ordinance approving the Third Addendum to the July 1, 2021, Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City and the International Association of Fire Fighters, Southern Missouri Professional Fire Fighters Local 152 (“IAFF”), the Exclusive Representative of a certain Bargaining Unit within the Springfield Fire Department, representing the result of wage reopener negotiations; and authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, on behalf of the City, to execute and deliver the Third Addendum to the Collective Bargaining Agreement to the Exclusive Representative.

Documents:
  1. 2022-138.pdf
33.

Council Bill 2022-139 (Lear)

A special ordinance approving a Collective Bargaining Agreement to be effective July 1, 2022, and by and between the City and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers AFL-CIO Local Union Number 753 (“IBEW”), the Exclusive Representative of a certain Bargaining Unit within the Crafts, Trades, and Labor Employee Group; and authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to execute and deliver the Collective Bargaining Agreement on behalf of the City to the Exclusive Representative.

Documents:
  1. 2022-139.pdf
34.

Council Bill 2022-140 (Simpson)

A special ordinance approving the Third Amendment to the July 1, 2021, Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers AFL-CIO Union Number 753 (“IBEW ”), the Exclusive Representative of a certain Bargaining Unit of limited employees within the Professional, Administrative, and Technical Employee Group, representing the result of wage reopener negotiations; and authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, on behalf of the City, to execute and deliver the Third Amendment to the Collective Bargaining Agreement to the Exclusive Representative.

Documents:
  1. 2022-140.pdf
35.

Council Bill 2022-141 (Ollis)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield City Code, Section 2 1 -92, known as the “Salary Ordinance,” by making provision for eight new titles within the Professional, Administrative and Technical Non-Union and Unclassified Schedules and deletion of three job titles from the Professional, Administrative and Technical Non-Union Schedule; by making provision for one new job title within the Crafts, Trades, and Labor Union Schedule and deletion of one job title from the same schedule; by providing pay adjustments for non-bargaining unit employees on the following salary schedules: Crafts, Trades and Labor, Professional, Administrative, and Technical (Non-Union and Unclassified), Fire Protection, and Law Enforcement; by providing for increases to shift differential pay; by providing the City Manager the administrative authority to establish rules regarding shift pay differential; by incorporating pay improvements impacting bargaining unit members that were negotiated and tentatively agreed to; and amending the Occupational Series Market Adjustment Program.

Documents:
  1. 2022-141.pdf
36.

Council Bill 2022-142 (Hosmer)

A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a Surface Transportation Block Grant Program Agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission for the purpose of using grant funds to partially reimburse the annual base salaries of up to six City employees who operate and manage the Transportation Management Center.

Documents:
  1. 2022-142.pdf
37.

Council Bill 2022-143 (Ollis, Hosmer, McGull, Lear)

A general ordinance amending the Springfield City Code, Chapter 98, ‘Streets, Sidewalks and Public Places,’ by enacting Article VIII, ‘Micromobility Device Rental Program’ and amending Article VII, ‘Encroachments on City Property,’ to allow for approval of certain encroachments for use by micromobility devices; amending Chapter 106, ‘Traffic and Vehicles,’ Article I, ‘In General,’ to allow and regulate the use of micromobility devices on public streets and rights-of-way; amending Chapter 106, ‘Traffic and Vehicles,’ Article VI, ‘Stopping, Standing and Parking,’ Division 10, ‘Springfield Parking System Parking Regulations,’ to regulate the operation and use of micromobility devices in the City’s parking system; and amending Chapter 106, ‘Traffic and Vehicles,’ Article VIII, ‘Bicycles and Motorized Bicycles,’ to regulate the use of micromobility devices.

Documents:
  1. 2022-143.pdf
38.

PETITIONS, REMONSTRANCES AND COMMUNICATIONS.

John Cunningham wishes to address City Council.

Lindsey Wright wishes to address City Council.

39.

NEW BUSINESS.

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.

40.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS.

41.

MISCELLANEOUS.

42.

CONSENT AGENDA – FIRST READING BILLS.

43.

CONSENT AGENDA – ONE READING BILLS.

44.

CONSENT AGENDA – SECOND READING BILLS. See Item #3.

45.

Council Bill 2022-120 (Lear)

A special ordinance authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a developer’s Sewer Extension Cost Reimbursement Agreement with Meadowood Development, LLC, for the recovery of proportional square foot costs of the construction of a trunk line sewer to serve the Meadowood Subdivision and establishing a sanitary sewer cost recovery area and per square foot connection fee for proportional reimbursement.

Documents:
  1. 2022-120.pdf
46.

BOARD CONFIRMATIONS.

Confirm the following appointment to the Mayor’s Commission for Children: Michael White with term to expire November 29, 2022.

47.

END OF CONSENT AGENDA.

48.

ADJOURN.

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