Jackson Board of Aldermen agenda

Monday, November 5, 2001

7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 5

City Hall

Public Hearing

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.

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