Cape Girardeau City Council action
Wednesday, July 7, 2004
Appearance Legislative update by state Rep. Jason Crowell, R-Cape Girardeau.
Held a public hearing to consider vacating Kings-Corner Subdivision, a minor subdivision, at the request of the owners, Gary and Cheryl Otte.
Held a public hearing on a proposed Community Development Block Grant on behalf of the Community Caring Council for rehabilitation of an existing apartment complex in the north part of the city.Consent ordinances
(Second and third readings)
Accepted permanent storm water easements from Chris J. and Jill A. Janet and Ted D. Loso for storm water improvements at 2419 and 2415 Glenridge Drive.
Amended the city code regarding passing of bad checks.
Approved the record plat of Marquette Towers Subdivision.
Approved the record plat of Kinder Lynwood Townhouse No. 3.
Approved the record plat of Brookshire Estates Sixth Subdivision.
Approved the record plat of Wyandotte Acres Fourth Addition.
Established handicapped parking on a portion of Ellis Street.
Approved an ordinance to remove a yield sign on Independence Street at its intersection with Farrar Drive and replace it with a stop sign.
Established a 30-minute parking zone on the corner of Broadway and Fountain Street.
Approved an ordinance establishing a two-hour parking zone on Broadway.
Appropriated funds for operating expenditures, debt service payments, capital expenditures and transfers for the fiscal year ending June 30.
Amended a lease agreement between the city and Renaissance Aircraft LLC.
New ordinances (First reading)
Raised water rates effective Aug. 1.
Vacated Kings-Corner Subdivision at Kingsbury Drive and Kingsway Drive.
Established a public safety trust fund.Resolutions
Approved a resolution stating intent to seek funding through the Community Development Block Grant program to rehabilitate an apartment complex for affordable housing.
Appointed Jerry Lee Westbrook to the Historic Preservation Commission.
Reappointed Michael Annis and David Alberson to the board of appeals.
Approved the record plat of The Highlands Dalhousie, a subdivision that is part of the Prestwick Plantation development.