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BOARD OF ALDERMEN REGULAR MEETINGIN BOARD OF ALDERMEN CHAMBERS10405 ST. CHARLES ROCK ROADST. ANN, MISSOURI 63074April 3, 2017 @ 7:00PMREGULAR MEETING AGENDA1. Call to Order – Pledge of Allegiance2. Roll Call3. Communications/Public Commenta. Approval of Minutes1. Meeting Minutes – 2-6-2017 Regular, 3-6-2017 Regular, 3-13-2017 Special& 3-27-2017 Committee Meetingsb. Special Event Request – Restoration Assembly of God Church – March forJesus Walkc. Public Comment – Agenda Items4. Introduction of Bills & Resolutionsa. BILL 3135 – AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR TOENTER INTO AN AGREEMENTS WITH PAYKEN CONSULTING FOR RIGHT-OFWAY-NEGOTIATION SERVICES & THE MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OFTRANSPORTATION FOR AN STP AGREEMENT FOR OLD ST. CHARLES RD.b. BILL 3136 – AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR TOENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF BEVERLY HILLS FORCOURT & PROSECUTORIAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES.c. BILL 3137 – AN ORDIANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR TOPURCHASE TWO PARAGON LIFEGUARD STANDS.d. BILL 3138 - AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR TOENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH NB WEST CONTRACTING FOR NOVACHIPWORK.e. BILL 3139 - AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE ISSUANCE,SALE, AND DELIVERY OF 4,600,000 PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF GENERALOBLIGATION BONDS, SERIES 2017, OF THE CITY OF ST. ANN, MISSOURI;PRESCRIBING THE FORM AND DETAILS OF SUCH BONDS; PROVIDING FORTHE LEVY AND COLLECTION OF AN ANNUAL TAX FOR THE PURPOSE OFPAYING THE PRINCIPAL OF AND INTEREST ON THE BONDS AS THEYBECOME DUE; AND AUTHORIZING CERTAIN OTHER DOCUMENTS ANDACTIONS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH.5. Approval of Monthly Reports & Warrant List6. Public Comment – Non-Agenda Items7. AdjournmentPLEASE NOTE: Not all of the above items may necessarily be acted on and individual items may be acted on out of order. In accordance with RSMo. Section 610.021, the Board of Aldermen may vote to go intoExecutive Session during this meeting to discuss matters of litigation, legal actions, and communications from the City Attorney, personnel matters, employee information and real estate discussions. In order toaccommodate all persons wishing to attend this meeting, the Board of Aldermen may vote to adjourn this meeting and continue it at the St. Ann Community Center, #1 Community Center, Dr. St. Ann, MO 63074.

Board of Aldermen Agenda Memorandum No. 3aTO: The Michael Corcoran and Board of AldermenDATE: April 3, 2017RE: Communications/Public CommentThe minutes are attached.Respectfully Submitted,Matthew K. ConleyCity Administrator/City Clerk

BOARD OF ALDERMEN REGULAR MEETINGBOARD OF ALDERMEN CHAMBERS10405 ST. CHARLES ROCK ROADST. ANN, MISSOURIApproved:February 6, 2017The 1455th Regular Meeting of the Board of Aldermen of the City of St. Ann, Missouri, was heldat St. Ann City Hall on Monday, February 6, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.Alderman Croney led the Board and Audience in the Pledge of Allegiance.Those in attendance were, Mayor Corcoran, Aldermen:Roll oneyCrabtreeTriplettAyeAyeAyeAyeAlso Present:City Attorney: Steve GarrettCity Administrator/City Clerk: Matt ConleyChief of Police: Chief JimenezDirector of Public Services: Shawn SeymourDirector of Parks & Recreation: Tim YounkerDeputy City Clerk/Deputy Collector: Christina RogersCOMMUNICATIONS/PUBLIC COMMENTAPPROVAL OF MINUTESMotion was made by Alderman Murphy, seconded by Alderman Asinger to approve the minutesof the January 3, 2017 Regular meeting. All in favor.PUBLIC COMMENT – AGENDA ITEMSHearing none.INTRODUCTION OF BILLS & RESOLUTIONSMayor Corcoran read Bill No. 3129 for the first time.FIRST READING OF BILL NO. 3129 – AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITYADMINISTRATOR TO ACCEPT PROPOSALS FROM INOVATIONS ARCHITECTURALSIGNS AND OFFICE FURNITURE RESOURCES FOR SIGNAGE AND OFFICE FURNITURE.Mayor Corcoran read Bill No. 3129 for the second time.SECOND READING OF BILL NO. 3129 – AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITYADMINISTRATOR TO ACCEPT PROPOSALS FROM INOVATIONS ARCHITECTURALSIGNS AND OFFICE FURNITURE RESOURCES FOR SIGNAGE AND OFFICE FURNITURE.February 6, 20171

Alderman Sparks made motion, seconded by Alderman Crabtree to approve Bill No. 3129.Roll Call for yCroneyCrabtreeTriplettAyeAyeAyeAye8-Aye 0 -NoBill No. 3129 becomes Ordinance No. 3039.Mayor Corcoran read Bill No. 3130 for the first time.FIRST READING OF BILL NO. 3130 – AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITYADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH ARMSTRONG TEASDALE FORBOND COUNSEL SERVICES.Mayor Corcoran read Bill No. 3130 for the second time.SECOND READING OF BILL NO. 3130 – AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITYADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH ARMSTRONG TEASDALE FORBOND COUNSEL SERVICES.Alderman Crabtree made motion, seconded by Alderman Murphy to approve Bill No. 3130.Roll Call for passage:AsingerPoelkerDirckSparks8-Aye AyeAyeBill No. 3130 becomes Ordinance No. 3040.Mayor Corcoran read Bill No. 3131 for the first time.FIRST READING OF BILL NO. 3131 – AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITYADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH ECO-SITE FOR A MONOPOLETOWER GROUND LEASE.Mayor Corcoran read Bill No. 3131 for the second time.SECOND READING OF BILL NO. 3131 – AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITYADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH ECO-SITE FOR A MONOPOLETOWER GROUND LEASE.Alderman Asinger made motion, seconded by Alderman Sparks to approve Bill No. 3131.February 6, 20172

Roll Call for yCroneyCrabtreeTriplettAyeAyeAyeAye8-Aye 0-NoBill No. 3131 becomes Ordinance No. 3041.Mayor Corcoran read Resolution 2017-2A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF ST. ANN, MISSOURI, CALLING FOR THE JOINTESTABLISHMENT OF A CITY-WIDE TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT;AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF ST. ANN, MISSOURI, TO JOIN THE ST. CHARLES ROCKROAD TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT, IN A PETITION TO CREATE THECITY-WIDE TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT; AND AUTHORIZING CERTAINACTIONS RELATED THERETO.Alderman Sparks made motion, seconded by Alderman Asinger to approve Resolution 2017-2.Roll Call for yCroneyCrabtreeTriplettAyeAyeAyeAye8-Aye 0-NoResolution 2017-2 passedAPPROVAL OF MONTHLY REPORTS & WARRANT LISTAlderman Crabtree made motion to approve the monthly reports and warrant lists, seconded byAlderman Murphy. All in favor.PUBLIC COMMENT – NON-AGENDA ITEMSTim Walsh – 10413 St. Henry Ln.Mr. Walsh questioned when the yard waste truck would be back in service and what the hold-upwas.Discussion ensued that included: getting the engine; insurance required a re-manufacturedengine; another International engine will be installed; hoping to get back by the end of this weekbaring no unforeseen issues; St. Boniface on the top of the list; put word out on the city website;the series of engines have at least a half a dozen class action lawsuits that have been filed andunderway; an extreme shortage on engines for replacement; exhaust to meet EPA, Navistarhad a proprietary system to meet the EPA guidelines that turned out to be a lemon; truckingcompanies that have hundreds of these engines that they had problems with and have filedlawsuits in several jurisdictions; the city attorney is looking at what needs to take place for us tojoin the class action suit; damages will be covered by the insurance and on the list witheverybody else that had defective engines; lawsuits are not that far along; google Navistar andFebruary 6, 20173

all the information will be there; several years ago the city did not pick up yard waste in thewinter months.MISCELLANEOUSAlderman Crabtree invited the Board and audience to the VFW Post 3944 fundraiser forBackstoppers on April 1st.Mayor Corcoran announced the Grand Opening of BusLoop Burgers on Thursday, February 9that 11:00 a.m. Mr. Conley stated Bob’s Furniture will have their Grand Opening on February 16that 9:00 a.m.Alderman Murphy asked when Starbucks would be opening. Mr. Conley responded they are inthe process of the parking lot being paved and have been in contact with Mr. Seymour about theinterior and Raven Development believes they will be opening sometime in April.Mr. Seymour indicated they are doing this project in a bizarre way. Usually a builder will pull apermit on all of the improvements at once, rap both your horizontal and vertical as well as yourinterior space finish all in one. They did not on this store, they did the vertical, the building andthey did the horizontal in the first permit, now they are coming back with the tenant finish. Mr.Seymour is unclear why they have did it that way. They are utilizing a different contractor to dothe “Starbucks” touches on the inside.APPOINTMENT OF CITY TREASURERAlderman Asinger made motion, seconded by Alderman Crabtree to appoint Jennifer Ostmannas City Treasurer. All in favor.ADJOURNMENT/EXECUTIVE SESSIONMotion made by Alderman Asinger to move into Executive Session, seconded by AldermanCrabtree.Roll oneyCrabtreeTriplettAyeAyeAyeAyeMeeting adjourned at 7:15 p.m. when the Board went into Executive Session. As authorized bythe Sunshine Law, subsection of Section 610.021. (2) Leasing, purchase or sale of real estateby a public governmental body where public knowledge of the transaction might adversely affectthe legal consideration therefor.City Attorney Garrett outlined the terms of a proposed purchase of a ground lease for thecellular tower behind City Hall. Landmark Dividend has proposed a purchase price of 975,000. He indicated that his office has done a number of these lease purchases and thatthis price was an attractive offer. Discussion ensued regarding the timing of the purchase.Alderman Crabtree specifically requested that the proceeds be used to replenish the City’s cashreserves and not used for any other purpose.With no further discussion the motion was made at 7:36PM by Alderman Murphy to come outof closed session and seconded by Alderman Sparks.February 6, 20174

Back in open session, Mayor Corcoran read Bill 3141 for the first and second time. AldermanCrabtree made motion, seconded by Alderman Murphy to approve Bill No. 3141Roll Call for yCroneyCrabtreeTriplettAyeAyeAyeAye8-Aye 0 –NoBill No. 3140 becomes Ordinance No. 3050.Mayor Corcoran asked for motion to adjourn. Motion was made by Alderwoman Asinger andseconded by Alderwoman Poelker. All in favorMeeting adjourned 7:40PMATTEST:/S/ MICHAEL G. CORCORANMayor/S/ MATT CONLEYCity ClerkAPPROVED this 3rd day of April, 2017.February 6, 20175

BOARD OF ALDERMEN REGULAR MEETINGBOARD OF ALDERMEN CHAMBERS10405 ST. CHARLES ROCK ROADST. ANN, MISSOURIApproved:March 6, 2017The 1456th Regular Meeting of the Board of Aldermen of the City of St. Ann, Missouri, was heldat St. Ann City Hall on Monday, March 6, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.Alderman Triplett led the Board and Audience in the Pledge of Allegiance.Those in attendance were, Mayor Corcoran, Aldermen:Roll oneyCrabtreeTriplettAyeAyeAyeAyeAlso Present:City Attorney: Steve GarrettChief of Police: Chief JimenezDirector of Public Services: Shawn SeymourDirector of Parks & Recreation: Tim YounkerDeputy City Clerk/Deputy Collector: Christina RogersCOMMUNICATIONS/PUBLIC COMMENTAPPROVAL OF MINUTESMotion was made by Alderman Asinger, seconded by Alderman Triplett to approve the minutesof the November 27, 2016 Committee meeting. All in favor.Motion was made by Alderman Sparks, seconded by Alderman Crabtree to approve the minutesof the December 28, 2016 Committee meeting. All in favor.COMMUNITY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT – TOLL ROADMotion was made by Alderman Sparks, seconded by Alderman Asinger to approve specialevent request for the Community Fire District Fill the Boot” campaign on May 13th and 27th from11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.; August 4th from 4-6:00 p.m. and August 19th from 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. atAshby Road and St. Charles Rock Rd. All in favor.PUBLIC COMMENT – AGENDA ITEMSHearing none.INTRODUCTION OF BILLS & RESOLUTIONSMayor Corcoran read Bill No. 3132 for the first time.March 6, 20171

FIRST READING OF BILL NO. 3132 – AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITYADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH MTI FOR CERTAIN GROUNDSMAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT.Mayor Corcoran read Bill No. 3132 for the second time.SECOND READING OF BILL NO. 3132 – AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITYADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH MTI FOR CERTAIN GROUNDSMAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT.Alderman Sparks made motion, seconded by Alderman Asinger to approve Bill No. 3132.Roll Call for yCroneyCrabtreeTriplettAyeAyeAyeAye8-Aye 0 -NoBill No. 3132 becomes Ordinance No. 3042.Mayor Corcoran read Bill No. 3133 for the first time.FIRST READING OF BILL NO. 3133 – AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITYADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH NEW SYSTEM FOR A FLOORSCRUBBING MACHINE.Mayor Corcoran read Bill No. 3133 for the second time.SECOND READING OF BILL NO. 3133 – AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITYADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH NEW SYSTEM FOR A FLOORSCRUBBING MACHINE.Alderman Murphy made motion, seconded by Alderman Crabtree to approve Bill No. 3133.Roll Call for yCroneyCrabtreeTriplettAyeAyeAyeAye8-Aye 0-NoBill No. 3133 becomes Ordinance No. 3043.Mayor Corcoran read Bill No. 3134 for the first time.March 6, 20172

FIRST READING OF BILL NO. 3134 – AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITYADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE &CONSTRUCTION FOR DEBRIS HAULING & DISPOSAL.Mayor Corcoran read Bill No. 3134 for the second time.SECOND READING OF BILL NO. 3134 – AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITYADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE &CONSTRUCTION FOR DEBRIS HAULING & DISPOSAL.Alderman Sparks made motion,