Jackson Board of Aldermen agenda
Monday, November 5, 2001
7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 5
Hearing to consider proposed amendments to Section 65 of the City Code relating to the locations of churches and similar places of worship, including religious Sunday school buildings.Action Items
Consider a motion approving the city administrator's recommendation for the appointment of Thomas Ludwig as city attorney.
Consider a motion to reappoint Mayor Paul Sander to serve as city representative on the Board of Directors of the Cape Girardeau Area Industrial Recruitment Association for a 1-year term beginning Jan. 1.
Consider a motion accepting the bid of Miller Drywall Inc. of Scott City, Mo., in the amount of $16,670 relative to the replacement of carpeting in City Hall.
Consider a bill proposing an ordinance authorizing a contractual agreement with Miller Drywall relative to carpeting replacement in City Hall.
Consider a bill proposing an ordinance approving the voluntary annexation of property owned by Southeast Missouri Medical Center Inc.
Consider a bill proposing an ordinance calling for a general municipal election on April 2 to fill the offices of Board of Aldermen of the city of Jackson.
Consider a bill proposing an ordinance accepting the dedication of a water line easement deed from Melbert E. and Jobyna A. Daume.
Consider a bill proposing an ordinance authorizing a contractual agreement with Koehler Engineering and Land Surveying Inc. of Cape Girardeau relative to providing engineering services for the design of the Hubble Creek Trunk Sewer Extension Project.
Consider a motion approving Friday, Nov. 23, as an authorized leave day for city employees.
Street Committee Consider a motion authorizing the barricading of streets for the annual Veterans Day Parade at 2 p.m. Sunday.
Consider a bill proposing an ordinance amending the "Parking Prohibited at all Times on Certain Streets Schedule" -- Schedule IX by adding no parking designations on West Park Street and Greenway Drive.
Consider a bill proposing an ordinance approving the rezoning of the property addressed as 311 N. High St. from R-3 (general residential) District to C-2 (general commercial).
Consider a bill proposing an ordinance approving the rezoning of 19.1 acres of property situated in the southwest quadrant of the West Independence Street and Broadridge Drive intersection from R-2 (single-family residential) to R-2 (single-family residential) District and R-3 (general residential) District to C-1 (local commercial) District.
Consider a bill proposing an ordinance approving the rezoning of the properties addressed as 4849 and 4913 Old Cape Road East from C-2 (general commercial) District to R-2 (single-family residential) District.
Consider a bill proposing an ordinance amending Chapter 45, Article IX, Division 1 of the Code of Ordinances relating to public health, safety and welfare offenses.