- Neelys Landing man shot, killed by highway patrol trooper after traffic stop (05/01/16)43
- Cape student sues, accuses school officials of slamming her to ground multiple times (04/28/16)49
- Missouri House votes to allow concealed weapons without permits (04/28/16)8
- River Ridge Winery changes hands (05/02/16)
- Police report filed, but no charges in incident at Cape Central (04/29/16)40
- 2016 All-Missourian Boys Basketball (04/29/16)
- Statement: Man says copsí good work drove him to grow his own marijuana (05/01/16)1
- Bob Evans restaurant in Cape Girardeau among chain's 21 closings (04/26/16)9
- Senator introduces bill for I-57 that would connect Sikeston with Little Rock (04/28/16)4
- Hopper Road to close for months during construction of Veterans Drive (04/27/16)9
Cape Girardeau City Council agenda
7 p.m. today
City hall, 401 Independence
Study session at 5 p.m.
Public hearings A public hearing regarding a voluntary annexation from Drury Land Development.
(Second and third readings)n An ordinance to execute a quit claim deed to Marquette Office Building LLC.
An ordinance to execute a quit claim deed to Zimmer Properties LLC.
An ordinance to execute an airport assistance agreement between the state of Missouri and the city of Cape Girardeau.
An ordinance granting a special-use permit to Dennis and Wendy Pennington to operate a day-care facility at 832 S. Sprigg.
An ordinance rezoning 602, 606 and 608 Maple and 630 and 634 S. Sprigg from residential to commercial.
(First reading)n An ordinance accepting a permanent easement and temporary construction easements for improvement of Minnesota Avenue between Bloomfield Road and Brink Street.
An ordinance accepting temporary construction easements from property owners for construction of the Lexington Trace sidewalk trail system.
An ordinance amending city code relating to advisory boards.
An ordinance to place a stop sign on Greenbrier Drive at its intersection with Perryville Road.
An ordinance approving the record plat of Rock Creek Meadows Townhouses Phase I.
An ordinance approving the record plat of Texas Roadhouse Subdivision.
Resolutionsn A resolution to execute a license and indemnity agreement with Kidd II Inc. for installation of a groundwater monitoring system within the right of way of Kingshighway and Themis.
A resolution to execute an agreement with Wood and Huston bank for a second deed of trust for property owned by Daniel and Rosemary Kreiter.
Appointment to the Ethics Commission.Liquor licenses
Renewal of the following liquor licenses:
Original package liquor and Sunday sales: C&R LLC d/b/a D-Mart No. 6, 263 Farrar Drive; Drury Petroleum Corp. d/b/a Amoco, 3276 William.
Retail liquor by the drink and Sunday sales: VFW Post 3838, 1049 N. Kingshighway; Two Lexus d/b/a Broussard's Cajun Cuisine, 120 N. Main; Willy's Beach Club LCC d/b/a Nick's Family Sports Club, 1 N. Main.
Conditional renewal of liquor licenses:
Original package liquor and Sunday sales: Bi-State Oil Co. d/b/a Bi-State Southern, 400 Morgan Oak; Bi-State Oil Co. d/b/a Bi-State Southern Too, 920 N. Kingshighway; Food Giant Supermarkets Inc. d/b/a Food Giant, 1120 N. Kingshighway; DSW Development Corp. d/b/a Shell Cape, 3415 William; Semo Gas Inc. d/b/a Sprigg Street Station, 40 N. Sprigg; American Retail Services LLC d/b/a Wink's Convenience Store No. 1, 2021 Perryville Road.
Retail liquor by the drink and Sunday sales: Gourmet Systems Inc. d/b/a Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar, 202 S. Broadview; Gary Helwege d/b/a BG's Olde Tyme Deli, 205 S. Plaza Way; Michael Hess d/b/a Breakaways, 15 N. Main; Zellmer LLC d/b/a Buffalo Wild Wings, 2136 William; Cape Girardeau Country Club Trust, 250 Country Club Drive; Drury Lodge Inc., 3624 William; El Torero Inc., 2120 William; Logan's Roadhouse Inc., 3012 William; Outback Missouri II d/b/a Outback Steakhouse, 101 Cape West Parkway; Somchai Prasanphanich d/b/a Pagoda Gardens, 329 S. Kingshighway; Ruby Tuesday Inc., 3069 William; Mid America Trading d/b/a Saffron, 97 N. Kingshighway No. 10; Rockhouse Entertainment d/b/a Show-Me's, 1751 Independence; Darryl James d/b/a West Park Bowling Lanes, 354 Silver Springs Road.
Retail liquor by the drink: Brenda LaRose d/b/a Brothers Again, 2023 Independence; Drury Inns Inc. d/b/a Drury Suites, 3303 Campster; McGroarty's Inc. d/b/a Jeremiah's, 127 N. Water; David McAllister d/b/a Mac's Smokehouse; Tamara Zellars Buck d/b/a The Phat Cat, 731 Broadway; Glueck's Bar d/b/a Players, 632 Broadway; Night Clubs Inc. d/b/a Stephanie's Cabaret, 805 Enterprise.
Wholesaler of intoxicating liquor under 22 percent: William Bess d/b/a Bluff City Beer Co., 450 Siemers Drive.
Wholesaler of intoxicating liquor, all kinds: Major Brands Inc., 334 N. Broadview.
5 percent beer by the drink: Salamy Twins Inc. d/b/a Phoenicia, 1000 N. Sprigg; Midwest Energy Inc. d/b/a Ye Ole House, 120 Broadway.
5 percent beer by the drink and wine tasting: Debra Martin d/b/a Patricia Ann's, 130 N. Main.
5 percent beer by the drink and Sunday sales: R&V Enterprises d/b/a Pagliai's Pizza & Pasta, 1129 Broadway.
A motion accepting sewer improvements completed under the Arena Creek Replacement Sewer program and authorizing final payment to Robinson Construction Co.
A motion approving the improvement plans for Arbor Heights Third Addition Sewer District.
A motion to participate in the sales tax holiday, Aug. 13 through Aug. 15.
A motion accepting the 2004-2005 proposed budget and performance measures for the Cape Girardeau Convention and Visitors Bureau.
A motion accepting the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission to deny the request of Sara Jane and Perry Lee Guebert for a special-use permit to operate a woodworking business from their home at 2046 Andrew or setting a public hearing on the request.