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City to Hear Sam's Club Zoning Requests

Wednesday at Wentzville Board of Aldermen meeting.

Fresh off planning and zoning approval last Thursday, the Wentzville Board of Aldermen will hear several ordinances related to a proposed Sam's Club location. The board meets at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at . 

There will be public hearings and first readings of ordinances relating to the proposed new box store, which would be located near the existing location in Wentzville.

The agenda for the evening is as follows.

CEREMONIAL MATTERS

  • Swear in Patrol Officer Kerry G. Saso
  • Proclamation - National Telecommunicators Week
  • Certificate of Appreciation

PUBLIC HEARINGS

  • Don Davis of Rural King, applicant on behalf of the property owner Art King of Wentzville Shopping Center, LLC, is requesting approval of a Conditional Use Permit for amendments to Ordinance 3029 and Resolution 3048 to expand outdoor storage and display of merchandise and products for . The site is located on the south side of Interstate 70 South Service Road at 1 Wentzville Center.
  • Jeffrey Otto of THF Bear Creek Development, LLC on behalf of property owner, Mark and Kelly Hinch, is requesting approval to rezone three acres, mol from A - Agricultural to C-3 Highway Commercial. The site is located on the east side of May Road, approximately 1,000 feet north of Bear Creek Drive and known as 268 May Road.
  •  THF Bear Creek Development, on behalf of property owner, Steven and Mary Beth Heying, is requesting approval to rezone 3.1 acres, mol from A - Agricultural to C-3 Highway Commercial. The site is located on the east side of May Road, approximately 1,350 feet north of Bear Creek Drive. 
  • THF Bear Creek Development, on behalf of property owner, David and Deborah Demien, is requesting approval to rezone five acres, mol from A - Agricultural to C-3 Highway Commercial. The site is located on the east side of May Road, approximately 1,200 feet north of Bear Creek Drive and known as 276 May Road. 
  • Bear Creek Development CID Public Hearing.

CONSENT AGENDA

All matters listed under the consent agenda are considered to be routine by the Board and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items. If discussion is desired, that item will be removed from the consent agenda and will be considered separately. 

  • Minutes Approval
  • 200 and 202 West Northview Avenue Stormwater Retrofit/Relief Project
  • John Stump of MFA, Inc., on behalf of property owner, Missouri Farmers Association, Inc., is requesting site plan approval for an accessory storage facility. The site is located on the southwest corner of W. Main St. and S. Church St.
  • Resolution No. 11-347 — Providing for the approval and acceptance of the dedication of the street, storm sewer, sanitary sewer, and water main improvements within Stone Ridge Canyon Phase 5A within the City of Wentzville, Missouri.
  • Resolution No. 11-348 — Approving execution of Midwest Public Risk of Missouri Bylaws.
  • Resolution No. 11-349 — Approving purchase of certain interests in real property owned by MCW-RD Wentzville Commons, LLC, for the purpose of securing right-of-way and other easements and licenses necessary for a Public Works Project to widen and reconstruct the intersection of Wentzville Parkway and West Pearce Boulevard and to add associated stormwater, pedestrian and access improvements to such intersection; authorizing and approving a purchase agreement.
  • Opening of closed personnel records.

NEW BUSINESS

  • THF Bear Creek Development is requesting site plan approval for Sam’s Club Fuel Station. The site is located on the south side of Bear Creek Drive, approximately 600 feet west of W. Pearce Blvd. and Known as 1221 W. Pearce Blvd. 

BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

  • Resolution 11-350 — A resolution of the City of Wentzville, Missouri, approving a Conditional Use Permit for amendments to Ordinance 3029 and Resolution 3048 for Rural King’s outdoor storage and display of merchandise and products, within the C-3 Highway Commercial/HF Highway Frontages Overlay Districts.
  • Bill No. 3305 — An ordinance amending Title II. Public Health, Safety and Welfare, Article II.  Weeds, Section 215.080 Removal of Weeds -- Special Tax Bill, Paragraph J of the Municipal Code of the City of Wentzville. 
  • Bill No. 3306 — An ordinance amending Title V. Building and Construction, Chapter 515 Erosion and Sediment Control, Section 515.040 “Regulations,” and Section 515.050 “Inspection and Violation,” of the Wentzville Municipal Code of the City of Wentzville.
  • Bill No. 3307 — An ordinance amending Title II. Public Health Safety and Welfare, Chapter 210 – Offenses – Article V Offenses Concerning Public Peace, Section 210.205.F Unnecessary Noises – 7. Construction of the Municipal Code of the City of Wentzville.
  • Bill No. 3308 — An ordinance of the City of Wentzville, Missouri, providing for the rezoning of 3.0 acres, mol from A - Agricultural Zoning District to C-3 Highway Commercial Zoning District.
  • Bill No. 3309 — An ordinance of the City of Wentzville, Missouri, providing for the rezoning of 3.0 acres, mol from A - Agricultural Zoning District to C-3 Highway Commercial Zoning District.
  • Bill No. 3310 — An ordinance of the City of Wentzville, providing for the rezoning of five acres, mol from A - Agricultural Zoning District to C-3 Highway Commercial Zoning District.
  • Bill No. 3311 — An ordinance approving the Record Plat of Twin Oaks at Heritage Pointe Garden Homes Plat One, owned by Twin Oaks at Heritage Pointe Garden Homes, LLC.
  • Bill No. 3312 — An ordinance approving the Record Plat for Bear Creek Commercial East, owned by Mark and Kelly Hinch, Steven and Mary Beth Heying, David and Deborah Demien and PILP, LLC.
  • Bill No. 3313 — An ordinance approving a petition for establishment of a Community Improvement District; Establishing the Bear Creek Community Improvement District; Determining that a certain portion of the Bear Creek Community Improvement District is a “Blighted Area;” approving a certain development agreement; and providing for other related matters, all pursuant to the Community Improvement District Act. 

 DISCUSSION Items

  • No Parking Sign on S. Linn Ave.

The meeting is open to the public.

Lloyd V. Murphey April 12, 2011 at 11:55 AM
For.
rtch johnson April 12, 2011 at 01:16 PM
have no problem with it
Jim Dreyer April 12, 2011 at 02:36 PM
I thought these were going to put on the internet? any news with that front?

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