St. Charles County Council
 Budget Work Session and Regular Meeting
November 29, 2021
6:00 p.m. Budget Work Session
7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting
EXECUTIVE BUILDING/COUNCIL CHAMBERS
100 N. THIRD STREET, ST. CHARLES, MO
"Tentative"


THIS MEETING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. ATTENDEES WILL BE ASKED TO REVIEW
SOME HEALTH QUESTIONS UPON ENTRY.
The meeting will be available live online via YouTube at youtube.com/SCCMOTV
or the County website at sccmo.org/CouncilMeetingLive



 

WORK SESSION

 

1. Discussion regarding the 2022 Recommended Budget for St. Charles County Government

 

2. Other Miscellaneous Topics

 

INVOCATION

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

ROLL CALL

 

PUBLIC HEARING

 

Calhoun Ferry - Grafton Renewal Application

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

ORAL REPORT FROM COUNTY EXECUTIVE

 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

Approval of Journal of the previous meeting

 

Approval of Purchases

 

Highway

Interstate Drive Phase IV/Karrenbrock Construction, Inc./$1,773,361.67

 

Emergency Communications

Tower Structural Analysis and Telecom Shelter/Nokia of America Corp./$564,196.21

 

Police

Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer System/Agilent Technologies, Inc./$86,933.70

 

Corrections

Professional Services - Dietary and Food Management Services/Trinity Services Group, Inc./$600,000.00

 

Facilities Management

Justice Center and Admin. Bldgs. partial roof replacement/Lakeside Roofing Co. Inc./$222,692.00

 

Public Health

TEK Systems Contract Extension/TEK Systems/$180,000.00

 

Approval of Nominations/Appointments

 

Public Health

Sara Evers - Acting Director of Public Health

 

Flood Plain Vision Board

Herb Iffrig/term expires 10-31-2023/filling the position previously held by Terry Gleich

 

Planning and Zoning Commission

Kyle Shell - District 2 unincorporated/partial term expiring 8-31-24/filing the position previously held by Diane Saale

 

Miscellaneous

 

Parks and Recreation

 Acceptance of land donation on Highway K/approx. 11.13 acres/Keeven

 

Registrar

Calhoun Ferry Company - Grafton/revised fees and application renewal

 

RESOLUTIONS

 

Resolution No. 21-12

A resolution supporting an extension of a temporary certificate allowing Spire STL Pipeline operations  

 

BILLS FOR FINAL PASSAGE

 

Bill No. 5009

CUP21-06 amending Ord. No. 07-098/CUP No. 682 for increased outdoor stroage/Weldon Spring Business Park LLC/5435 Westwood Dr.

 

Bill No. 5010

Affirming the Board of Zoning Adjustment's decision on Application VAR21-02

 

Bill No. 5011

Authorizing intergovernmental agreements with municipalities to provide kenneling services and enforcement

 

Bill No. 5012

Amending Section 285.010 OSCCMo, regarding the Sheriff's Department civil process fee schedule

 

Bill No. 5013

Renaming the Juvenile Justice Center the "Raymond J Grush Juvenile Justice Center"

Documents:
  1. Bill No. 5013.pdf
 

Bill No. 5014

Extending the duration within which a Conditional Use Permit must be in place and in active use before it is considered null and void

Documents:
  1. Bill No. 5014.pdf
 

TABLED BILLS

 

Bill No. 4990

Vacating a portion of Neustaedter Rd. south of its intersection with Peruque Creek Rd. (Tabled 9-13-21)

 

Bill No. 5006

Requiring the fingerprinting of employees, prospective employees and volunteers within County Government for criminal history record information from MSHP and the FBI (Tabled 11-8-21)

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS/MISCELLANEOUS