Cape Girardeau City Council agenda

Monday, May 6, 2002

7 p.m. Monday

Public Hearings

  • A public hearing regarding the request of AmerenUE for a special use permit for an electrical distribution substation at 7 North Ellis Street in a C-1, local commercial district.

    A public hearing regarding the request of William R. and Kathryn F. Swan for a special use permit for a 160-foot telecommunication tower at 1606 N. Kingshighway in a C-1, local commercial district.

    A public hearing regarding proposed amendments to the Zoning Ordinance, Section 30-39(d), regarding placement of temporary manufactured units and modular units.

    A public hearing regarding the request of St. Francis Medical Center for a special use permit for the placement of two temporary modular units at 211 St. Francis Drive in a C-2, general commercial district.

    A public hearing regarding the filing of an application for funding from the Missouri Highway and Transportation Department pursuant to Section 5311 of Title 49, United States Code, to assist in funding and operating the city's taxi coupon public transit program.

    Appearances

  • Appearance by David Hinton relating to an appeal from a decision of the Housing Assistance Coordinator. Consent Ordinances

    (Second and third readings)

  • An ordinance declaring it necessary to improve that part of Bloomfield Road from Siemers Drive to the entrance of Stonebridge Subdivision, being a part of the Transportation Trust Fund Program. Second and Third Readings.

    An ordinance declaring it necessary to improve that part of Silver Springs Road from Mt. Auburn Road to Kingshighway, being a part of the Transportation Trust Fund Program. Second and Third Readings.

    An ordinance declaring it necessary to improve that part of Silver Springs Road from Missouri Route 74 (Shawnee Parkway) South to Mt. Auburn Road, being a part of the Transportation Trust Fund Program. Second and Third Readings.

    An ordinance authorizing the acquisition of property for the improvement of Silver Springs Road between Mt. Auburn Road and Kingshighway. Second and Third Readings.

    An ordinance amending the boundaries of Ward 4 to include properties of William O.L. Seabaugh and Patricia L. Seabaugh Voluntary Trust and Ward 6 to include properties of Prestwick Holdings, L.L.C., and Patrick F. Evans. Second and Third Readings. New Ordinances

    (First reading)

  • An ordinance granting a special use permit to Union Electric Company d/b/a AmerenUE for purposes of constructing, maintaining and operating an electrical distribution substation at 7 North Ellis. First Reading.

    An ordinance granting a special use permit to William R. and Kathryn F. Swan for purposes of constructing, maintaining and operating a 160-foot telecommunication tower at 1606 North Kingshighway. First Reading.

    An ordinance enacting a new Section of Chapter 30 of the Code of Ordinances relating to placement of manufactured business units.

    An ordinance granting a special use permit to St. Francis Medical Center for purposes of placement of two temporary modular units at 211 St. Francis Drive. First Reading.

    Resolutionsn A resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a Memorandum of Agreement with L. E. Haefner Enterprises, Inc. for master transportation planning, highway corridor and project implementation and government affairs consultation. Reading and Passage.

    A resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a Grant Agreement with the United States of America acting through the Federal Aviation Administration. Reading and Passage.

    A resolution authorizing applications to the Missouri Department of Social Services under the Emergency Shelter Grant Program, for Safe House for Women, Inc. and the Salvation Army, and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. Reading and Passage.

    A resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute an agreement with Apex Paving Company for the 2002-1 street overlay program. Reading and Passage.

    A resolution stating intent to seek funding through the "Community Development Block Grant" Program and authorizing the City Manager to pursue activities in an attempt to secure funding for a neighborhood rehabilitation project. Reading Passage.

    A resolution authorizing the City Manager to file an application with the Missouri Highway and Transportation Department for funds to aid in the financing of a public transportation system. Reading and Passage.

    A resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute Supplement No. 2 to agreement with the Federal Aviation Administration for additional personnel security measures at the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport. Reading and Passage.

    Appointmentsn Appointment to the Airport Advisory Board, the Vision 2020 Community Relations Council and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.

    Liquor LicensesRenewal of the following liquor licenses:

    Original Package Liquor and Sunday Sales: Kidds Inc. d/b/a Kidd's, 1325 Broadway, Ernestine Kidd, Managing Officer

    Kidds II Inc. d/b/a Kidd's II, 103 N. Kingshighway, Ernestine Kidd, Managing Officer

    Retail Liquor by the Drink and Sunday Sales: Fraternal Order of Eagles d/b/a Eagles, 321 N. Spring, William D. Stoffel, Managing Officer

    GMRI Inc. d/b/a Red Lobster, 3269 William, Roger J. Bresnahan, Managing Officer

    Conditional renewal of the following liquor licenses:

    Original Package Liquor and Sunday Sales: Food Giant Supermarkets Inc. d/b/a Food Giant 73, 1120 N. Kingshighway, Ronnie J. Watkins, Managing Officer

    Phillip T. McClellan d/b/a CRS, 102 Mason, Phillip T. McClellan, Managing Officer

    Original Package Liquor, Sunday Sales and Wine Tasting: Schnuck Markets Inc d/b/a Schnucks, 19 S. Kingshighway, Robert Francis Wiegert, Managing Officer

    Retail Liquor by the Drink and Sunday Sales: Ray Drury d/b/a Cape Elks Lodge 639, 639 Elks Lane/Limbaugh Lane, Ray Drury, Managing Officer

    Outback/Missouri-II Limited Partnership d/b/a Outback Steakhouse 2615, 101 Cape West Parkway, Andrew P. Hancock, Managing Officer

    Ruby Tuesday Inc. d/b/a Ruby Tuesday, 3069 William, Kevin Patrick O'Connell, Managing Officer

    West Park Bowling Lanes Inc. d/b/a West Park Bowling Lanes, 354 S. Silver Springs Rd., Darryl James, Managing Officer

    Willy's Beach Club LLC d/b/a Willy Jak's, 1 N. Main, Robert Dewayne Lagore, Managing Officer

    Bill Zellmer d/b/a Buffalo Wild Wings, 2136 William (Town Plaza), Bill Zellmer, Managing Officer

    5 Percent Beer by the Drink: David McAllister d/b/a Mac's Smokehouse, 525 N. Silver Springs Rd., David McAllister, Managing Officer

    Salamy Twins Inc. d/b/a Phoenicia Restaurant, 1000 N. Sprigg, Emad P. Salamy, Managing Officer

    Wholesales of Intoxicating Liquor Under 22 Percent Bluff City Beer Co. Inc. d/b/a Bluff city Beer, 450 Siemers, William H. Bess, II, Managing Officer

    Othern A motion accepting into the city's system the street improvements on Broadway from Clark Avenue east to Perry Avenue, and authorizing final payment to Monroe Plumbing and Heating Co., Inc.

    A motion amending the City Streetlight Policy.

    Discussion of Revenue Issue Team Report and Recommendation.

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