Cape Girardeau City Council agenda

Monday, June 2, 2003

Monday, June 2

7 p.m.

City Hall, 401 Independence

Study session at 5 p.m.

Public hearingsn A public hearing regarding the request of Jeffrey A. and Laura Thomas for a special-use permit for a lighted pole sign at 1925 William St.

A public hearing regarding the request of St. Francis Medical Center for a special-use permit for a four-story Health and Wellness Center at 150 S. Mount Auburn Road in a general commercial district.

A public hearing regarding the request of Terry Enterprises for a special-use permit for a child care facility at 818 S. Sprigg St. in an R-2, single-family residential district.

A public hearing regarding proposed amendments to Article III of the Zoning Ordinance regarding the Board of Adjustment.

A public hearing to consider vacating the city's interest in a 16-foot-wide alley east off of Louisiana Avenue between William Street and Merriwether Street. A utility easement will be retained by the city.

A public hearing regarding the proposed operating budget for fiscal year 2003-2004.

Consent ordinances

(Second and third readings)

  • An ordinance amending the city code relating to fireworks.

    An ordinance repealing handicap parking on a portion of South Middle Street.

    An ordinance approving a record plat of Schuessler Subdivision.New ordinances

    (First reading)

  • An ordinance granting a special-use permit to Jeffrey A. and Laura Thomas for the purpose of constructing, operating and maintaining a lighted pole sign at 1925 William St.

    An ordinance granting a special-use permit to St. Francis Medical Center for the purpose of constructing and maintaining a four-story health and wellness center at 150 S. Mount Auburn Road.

    An ordinance granting a special use permit to Terry Enterprises LLC for the purpose of maintaining and operating a child care facility at 818 S. Sprigg St.

    An ordinance amending Article III of the zoning ordinance regarding the Board of Adjustment.

    An ordinance levying a special assessment for the improvement of Southern Expressway from South Kingshighway to Silver Springs Road and authorizing the issuance of special tax bills.

    An ordinance establishing the boundaries of a trunk sewer district to serve Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses.

    An ordinance accepting a permanent sewer easement from Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses for sanitary sewer improvements.

    An ordinance establishing the boundaries of a trunk sewer district for Arbor Heights First Addition on the east side of Perryville Road between Lexington Avenue and Lakeshore Drive.

    An ordinance authorizing the city manager to execute a contract with Kelley Transportation Co. Inc. for the subsidized taxi coupon program.

    An ordinance vacating an alley running east off of Louisiana Avenue between Merriwether Street and William Street.

    An ordinance raising solid waste fees.

    An ordinance raising water rates.

    An ordinance adopting the annual operating budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1.

    Resolutions

  • A resolution executing an amendment to the agreement between the city of Cape Girardeau and Jacobs Civil Inc. for the sanitary sewer improvement program.

    A resolution authorizing application to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for a Neighborhood Initiative Grant for downtown revitalization and infrastructure improvements.

    A resolution executing a contract with Nip Kelley Equipment Co. for the Riverfront Trail Phase I.

    A resolution executing a contract agreement and change order for hangar taxiway reconstruction at the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport.Liquor licenses

  • Approval of a temporary 5 percent beer by the drink license for Gail M. Holbert, d/b/a Cape Girardeau Owners and Pilots Club for an event to be held July 11-13 at the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport.

    Renewal of original package liquor and Sunday sales: American Retail Services d/b/a/ Wink's, 1803 Independence; American Retail Services d/b/a/ Wink's, 2021 Perryville; Midwest Energy Inc. d/b/a Amerimart No. 5, 865 N. Kingshighway.

    Renewal of 5 percent beer by the drink: David D. McAllister, d/b/a Mac's Smokehouse BBQ, 525 N. Silver Springs Road; Mid America Trading LLC d/b/a Manee Thai, 1315 Broadway; Midwest Energy Inc. d/b/a Ye Ole House, 120 Broadway.

    Renewal of retail liquor by the drink: Alfred L. McCain d/b/a Our House, 2 N. Main; Tyrone Henderson d/b/a Tee Jay's, 823 S. Kingshighway;

    Renewal of retail liquor by the drink and Sunday sales: William Stoffel, Eagles 3775, d/b/a Fraternal Order of Eagles, 321 N. Spring; Thomas C. Scruggs III d/b/a Big's Riverboat Cocktail Lounge, 2005 N. Kingshighway; Merriwether Investments Inc. d/b/a Bella Italia, 20 N. Spanish.

    Renewal of wholesalers of intoxicating liquor under 22 percent: William Hansford Bess II d/b/a Bluff City Beer, 450 Siemers.

    Conditional renewal of original package liquor and Sunday sales: Midwest Energy Inc. d/b/a Amerimart No. 7, 1320 W. Cape Rock; Semo Gas Inc., Toni A. Majeed, d/b/a Semo Gas.

    Conditional renewal of 3.2 percent nonintoxicating beer by the drink: Scott Bucher d/b/a Imo's Pizza, 1201 Broadway.

    Conditional renewal of retail liquor by the drink: Blue Sun Inc d/b/a Bel Air Grill, 24 S. Spanish; Autumn A. Demopoulos d/b/a California Juice Club, 1034 Broadway; David D. McAllister d/b/a Mac's Smokehouse, I-55 and Airport Road; McDonald and Mcdonald LLC d/b/a White House Sports Bar, 820 N. Sprigg, Suite 6; Michael C. Schmidt d/b/a Playdium, 1127 Broadway.

    Conditional renewal of retail liquor by the drink and Sunday sales: Cape Girardeau Country Club Trust d/b/a Cape Girardeau Country Club, 250 Country Club Drive; Dianne Delapaz d/b/a Casa Mexicana, 1015 N. Kingshighway; Easteries, Inc. d/b/a Garfield's, 3049 William Suite 211; Merriwether Investments, Inc. d/b/a Royal N'Orleans, 300 Broadway; Mollie's Café and Bar LLC, 11 S. Spanish and Patio; Somchai Prasanphanich d/b/a Pagoda Gardens Restaurant, 329 S. Kingshighway.

    Conditional renewal of 5 percent beer by the drink and Sunday sales: Missouri Parks Development Foundation d/b/a Shawnee Park Sports Complex, 1157 S. West End Blvd.

    Othern A motion accepting the improvements to Southern Expressway from South Kingshighway to Silver Springs Road and authorizing final payment to Lappe Cement Finishing Inc.

    A motion accepting into the city's system a sewer line to serve a tract of land owned by the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses.

    A motion approving the improvement plans for sanitary sewers, storm sewers, stormwater improvements, water improvements and streets for Arbor Heights First Addition on Perryville Road.

    A motion approving the improvement plans for a sewer extension to serve a tract of land located east of Silver Springs Road between Bloomfield Road and Missouri Highway 74 for the Lutheran Home.

    A motion accepting into the city's system a sewer line extension to serve properties along the 3700 block of Hopper Road.

    A motion rejecting all bids on the Kingsway Drive sewer and authorizing the rebidding of the project.

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