City of Clarkson Valley
Missouri

Minutes of July 2006 Meeting
Board of Aldermen

RECORD OF PROCEEDING


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Meeting of the Board of Aldermen of the City of Clarkson Valley at City Hall (Fru-Con Center), June 26, 2006.
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The meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. A roll call was taken with the following results:

PRESENT

Ward

ABSENT

 Mayor Scott Douglass

 

 

Alderperson Susan Shea Ward 1  
Alderperson Jim Meyer Ward 1

Alderperson Honora Schiller

Ward 2

 

Alderperson Wendell Sittser Ward 2     

Alderperson Scott Schultz  

Ward 3

Alderperson Walter Mixson Ward 3 

Also in Attendance:

City Attorney: Patrick Butler
City Clerk: Michele McMahon 
 

Alderperson Schiller made a motion to accept the Minutes.  Alderperson Shea seconded the motion.  A voice vote was taken with an affirmative result and the motion was declared passed. 

A motion was made by Alderperson Shea and seconded by Alderperson Schultz to amend the agenda allowing a Resolution for a Moratorium and Bill No. 333.  A voice vote was taken with an affirmative result and the motion was declared passed.


REMARKS, PETITIONS AND COMPLAINTS:
  

Mr. Stan Domijan of 2317 Sterling Pointe Dr. mentioned the short light problem at Clarkson and Kehrs Mill Roads.

REPORTS

Ballwin Police Report: Captain Schicker handed out the Police Summary for June 2006. 

Mayor's Report:

Court Report:  The total amount collected for traffic fines and court costs for the month of June 2006 was $16,121.00.    

Dunhill:  Mayor Douglass explained that Dunhill Trustees requested that he and the building commissioner drive through Dunhill subdivision to identify nuisance complaints.

Alderpersons’ Reports

Above Ground Swim Pool:  Alderperson Meyer reported that he heard there was an above ground swimming pool in the Kehrswood Subdivision.  Mayor Douglass reported that a letter was mailed and the swim pool was removed.   

Berm Maintenance:  Alderperson Schultz informed those present that the Forest Hills Trustees contracted to have the berm trimmed this week for a cost of $900.   

Golf Carts:  Through discussion initiated by Alderperson Schultz, it was decided that a Bill would be introduced at the August meeting prohibiting underage driving of golf carts and other provisos. 

"Tear-downs":  Alderperson Shea announced that Kehrs Mill Trails is experiencing its second house demolition and her thought that there will be more in the future.  She concluded by saying it is time to consider an ordinance setting regulations and procedure.

Attorney's Report 

City Attorney, Patrick Butler, said it was a quiet month.  

OLD BUSINESS 

BILL NO. 0330 - AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AN ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE CITY OF CLARKSON VALLEY, MISSOURI FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2006 AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS PURSUANT THERETO. 

Alderperson Shea made a motion to consider and pass Bill No. 0330.  Alderperson Meyer seconded the motion.  Mayor Douglass read Bill No. 0330 the first time.  There was no discussion.  Mayor Douglass read Bill No. 0330 the second time.  A roll call vote was taken with the following result:  Yeas:  Meyer, Mixson, Schiller, Shea, Shultz and Sittser.  Whereby Mayor Douglass declared Bill No. 0330 as having passed and is now Ordinance No. 06-10.  A copy of the Budget is attached.

NEW BUSINESS 

BILL NO. 0331 - AN ORDINANCE TO DELETE TWO DEFINITIONS (MINI MOTORCYCLE AND MOTORIZED PLAY VEHICLE) FROM SECTION 300.020 AND ADD A NEW DEFINITION OF MOTORIZED PLAY VEHICLE. 

Alderperson Schultz made a motion to consider and pass Bill No. 0331.  Alderperson Sittser seconded the motion.  Mayor Douglass read Bill No. 0331 the first time.  He explained that the ordinance rescinded by a motion requires the passing of an ordinance to repeal it.  Mayor Douglass read Bill No. 0331 the second time.  A roll call vote was taken with the following result:  Yeas:  Mixson, Schiller, Shultz and Sittser.  Nays:  Meyer and Shea. Whereby Mayor Douglass declared Bill No. 0331 as having passed and is now Ordinance No. 06-11. 

BILL NO. 0332 - AN ORDINANCE DELETING SECTION 355.100: LEAVING VEHICLE OVER TWENTY-FOUR HOURS PROHIBITED AND ADDING A NEW SECTION 355.100: LEAVING VEHICLE OVER TWENTY-FOUR HOURS PROHIBITED, PARAGRAPH B: HARD SURFACE REQUIRED FOR PARKING. 

Mayor Douglass explained the Alderpersons' packets contained two versions of Bill No. 0332.  Alderperson Mixson made a motion to consider and pass the version of Bill No. 0332 sans storage clause (paragraph C).  Alderperson Sittser seconded the motion.  Mayor Douglass read Bill No. 0332 the first time.  Discussion ensued.  Alderperson Schiller made a motion to table Bill No. 0332, seconded by Alderperson Sittser.  A voice vote was taken with a unanimous affirmative result and the motion to table Bill No. 0332 was declared passed.  Alderperson Mixson withdrew his motion to discuss and pass Bill No. 0332.  Alderperson Sittser withdrew his second.  Whereby Mayor Douglass declared Bill No. 0332 tabled. 

Application for a Special Event:  Alderperson Schultz made a motion to approve the special event application to hold a Fourth of July Parade Along Forest Club Drive.  Alderperson Schiller seconded the motion.  A voice vote was taken with a unanimous affirmative result and the motion was declared passed.   

A RESOLUTION IMPLEMENTING A MORATORIUM ON THE ACCEPTANCE AND PROCESSING OF APPLICATIONS FOR SUBDIVISIONS OF LAND PURSUANT TO SECTION 410.030 CONCERNING THE LAND SUBDIVISION PERMIT FEE AND IMPROVEMENT INSPECTION. 

Alderperson Shea made a motion to consider and pass the Resolution.  Alderperson Meyer seconded the motion.  Mayor Douglass read the Resolution the first time.  City Attorney, Patrick Butler, stated that state laws prohibit line-item deletions explaining why the Section is being deleted in its entirety.  He said the City would hold a public hearing with Planning and Zoning, whose recommendation would then go to the Board of Aldermen for its approval.  Mayor Douglass read the Resolution the second time.  A roll call vote was taken with the following result:  Yeas:  Meyer, Mixson, Schiller, Shea, Shultz and Sittser.  Whereby Mayor Douglass declared the Resolution as having passed and is now Resolution No. 06-03. 

BILL NO. 0333 - AN ORDINANCE TO DELETE SECTION 410.030.4.i. IN ITS ENTIRETY. 

Alderperson Shea made a motion to discuss and pass Bill No. 0333.  Alderperson Meyer seconded the motion.  Mayor Douglass read Bill No. 0333 the first time.  There was no discussion.  Mayor Douglass read Bill No. 0333 the second time.  A roll call vote was taken with the following result:  Yeas:  Meyer, Mixson, Schiller, Shea, Shultz and Sittser.  Whereby Mayor Douglass declared Bill No. 0333 as having passed and is now Ordinance No. 06-12. 

Audit:  The preliminary audit was presented to have invoices in the amount of $81,428.99.  A poll of the Board would be taken July 3 for permission to pay invoices.   

Alderperson Sittser made a motion for the Board of Aldermen of Clarkson Valley to adjourn, seconded by Alderperson Mixson.  A voice vote was taken with a unanimous affirmative result and the motion was declared passed.  The meeting adjourned at 8:10 p.m.

 
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Scott Douglass, Mayor

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ATTEST: Michele McMahon, City Clerk



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