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«March 28, 1995 - Regular Meeting City Hall Council Chambers The City Council of the City of Lexington, Missouri met in Regular Session in the City ...»

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March 28, 1995 - Regular Meeting

City Hall

Council Chambers

The City Council of the City of Lexington, Missouri met in Regular Session in the City

Council Chambers of the City Hall on Tuesday, March 28, 1995 at 7:00 p.m. with

Mayor Robert Estill presiding.

The Mayor called the meeting to order and roll being called, the following members

of the Council answered present: Nick Deamos, Betty McMillan, Connie Pohle,

Melissa Clark, Randall Short, Charles Houseworth and George Danner. Absent:

Everett Hannon. Also present: City Clerk Ghisalberti, City Attorney Maycock and City Administrator Tempel. Whereupon the Mayor declared a quorum present.

Committee Reports:

Airport Authority: none.

Public Safety: Met on 3/22/95 *EMS Cot—Abie presented 3 bids with a high of $1,699.00 and a low of $1,556.00. The current cot has broken at several weld points. The reweld would not hold to some of the high weights of the patients. The bid from EMP for $1,556.00 was approved by the committee. *Police Vests & Radios —Abie informed the committee of the expenses to be incurred to outfit our 2 new officers with bullet proof vests and radios. The vests cost averages $556.75 each and the radios are $649.00 each, for a total per officer of $1,205.75. The committee approved the purchase of the 2 vests and 2 radios at a cost not to exceed $2,412.00. *Police Staffing—The committee was polled regarding candidate eligibility list for officers. It is recommended to fill the opening due to Duvall's promotion from the list. *Bond Campaign—The committee was brought up to date on the general obligation bond campaign. Advertisements in support of the issues are to run in the local newspaper. There will be an open house at all locations on 3/25/95 and 4/2/95 for citizens to tour. The Riverboat Gaming operators and outside investors are monitoring the outcome to see the communities attitude about growth and progress. *Police Car—Abie informed the committee that the unmarked police vehicle has been sideswiped and damaged. No one knows by whom or the time of the damage. Repair bids are being obtained. *Court Costs—An ordinance submitted by the City Attorney for changing the court costs from $10.00 to $12.00 was reviewed. To meet on 4/26/95 at 7:00 p.m.

Public Works: Met on 3/2/95. *Park Board—The committee met in closed session with the Park Board. *Alliance Water—The committee reviewed the contract. There will be a 4% increase from last year, which will make a new annual cost of $134,246.00. *Historic Renovation—Recommendation from the HRPC regarding the front facade of City Hall was discussed. The HRPC recommends grouping the front windows into 3 window group sections and then bricking the remainder. *Tree Maintenance—There was discussion regarding trees in right-of-ways and alleyways and whose responsibility it is for maintenance. Sample ordinances are being obtained. Further research to be done. *WWTP—A Gas detect monitor can be purchased now at a much lower cost. The committee agreed to purchase the monitor, with the payment to be made from the cash rebate from Alliance.

*LACOMO—Two sample letters were submitted regarding progress to date and the zoning issue. The committee recommended some changes in wording before sending it out. Abie to contact LACOMO regarding a changes. Dump Truck—The committee reviewed the dump truck specifications. *Alliance Water—a monthly report was reviewed. *Contract Services—The bid for contract services last year was given to Richard Thomas and City needs to rebid for services. *Police Car—The property damages on the unmarked police car was discussed. *Municipal Court— Judge Rolf recommended changing the court schedule to the afternoon. The committee agreed to stay with the evening court schedule. *City Hall—The staff will start working from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on 4/1/95, however the office will only be open to the public from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. *Dirt—A citizen had inquired about having dirt dumped on his property. The dirt would come from City projects. Tabled, no written request received. *Dangerous Buildings—An update was given on the dangerous building situation. *Court House—The County has received a grant for plantings around the court house. To meet on 4/26/95 at 8:00 p.m.

Finance: Met on 3/23/95. *Budget—A final review was conducted on the FY96 budget and discussion regarding the manner of presenting this to the public. There was discussion regarding the uniform allowance of $150.00 for the Street Department. It was recommended that the boot purchases for the Street Dept. be charged to 1 or more stores and the difference would be paid cash to the employee.

A draft of Abie's remarks was presented to the committee. *EMS Cots—Three bids were presented for a Ferno 35-A mobile transporter at a cost as high as $1,699.00 and as low as $1,556.00. The committee approved the bid from EMP for $1,556.00.

Motion by Houseworth seconded by McMillan to approve the purchase of the cot from EMP for a cost of $1,556.00 to be paid from the Public Health Fund. Motion carried. *Police Vests & Radios—Abie informed the committee of the expenses to be incurred to outfit our 2 new officers with bullet proof vests and radios. The vests cost averages $556.75 each and the radios are $649.00 each, for a total per officer of $1,205.75. The committee approved the purchase of the 2 vests and 2 radios at a cost not to exceed $2,412.00. Motion by McMillan seconded by Danner to approve the purchase of the 2 vests and 2 radios for an amount not to exceed $2,412.00.





Motion carried. *Bond Campaign—The committee was brought up to date on the general obligation bond issues. *Police Car—Abie informed the committee that the unmarked police car had been sideswiped. *Dump Truck—Abie informed the committee that a shovel had broke loose and blew out, hitting a citizen's vehicle.

Damage repair bids are being obtained. To meet on 4/12/95 at 7:00 p.m.

Ordinance: To meet on 4/4/95 at 7:00 p.m.

Personnel: To meet on 4/12/95 at 8:00 p.m.

Park Board: met on 3/13/95 and 3/27/95. At the 3/13/95 meeting the Board discussed a letter of intent from Larkin & Associates regarding the pool problems, tree pruning, floral planting, repairs to the boat ramp, repairs to the buildings, the baseball field lights, the registration packets have been distributed, ball field improvements. Bid review for the grinder pump was tabled until warranties can be checked. The board approved purchasing a gift certificate for an individual for a donation. To meet on 4/10/95 at 7:00 p.m.

Planning & Zoning: To meet on 4/26/95 at 7:00 p.m.

Mayor: Estill stated that it is very important to get out and vote to show investors that there is community interest. Estill gave Johnson's a special thank you for cleaning up their dangerous buildings/properties.

Administrator: *Police Dept.—Abie stated that an individual by the name of Bill Johnson is telling citizens that he is selling advertising for the Police Department.

The City has not approved any such thing. If anyone receives a call from this individual, please get as much information as possible so that the City can take care of the problem. *LRHC—There is a sales person collecting money for Red Cross. *Mo.

Rural Services—MRSC has notified the City of a rebate from Work Comp Insurance for performance in 1992 in the amount of $6,600.00. *Spring Clean Up—The week of April 3rd through 7th is set for Spring Clean Up. Col. John Edward with the Lions Club will be helping in the project. Pick up will be on your normal trash day.

Assistance will be available for those that cannot get their items to the curb.

Municipal Court: none.

Police Personnel Board: To meet 4/18/95 at 7:00 p.m. A meeting could be called earlier to fill the opening created by Duvall's promotion.

Sewer Board of Review: Welborn stated that the board demands that the City go immediately to a Collection agency to collect delinquent sewer accounts. Abie asked Welborn if a motion was made regarding that demand. Welborn stated that this was the intent by the board. City Collector Neville stated that a formal motion was not made by the Board regarding the demand. Abie stated that current agencies are being considered with the Finance and Public Works Committees and that the water disconnect contract is still under negotiations. Danner stated that the Board recommends approval of expanding the number of board members and changing the months of evaluating the sewer rate. Sewer Board to meet with Ordinance on 4/4/95. To meet on 4/20/95 at 6:30 p.m.

Appointments:

Police Reserve: The Mayor recommends the appointment of Ronald Bahl to the Police Reserve Force. Motion by Deamos seconded by Houseworth to approve the appointment of Ronald Bahl. Motion carried.

New Business:

Sewer Cleaning Machine: This is an annual renewal note payment ordinance. Pohle presented Ordinance No. 94-40 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE

MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE BINDING DOCUMENTS FOR THE BORROWING

OF PURCHASE OF A NECESSARY SEWER CLEANING MACHINE. Motion by Danner seconded by Clark to read the ordinance the first time. Motion carried. Ordinance read the first time. Motion by Danner seconded by Deamos to read the ordinance the second time. Motion carried. Ordinance read the second time. Motion by Deamos seconded by Pohle to place the ordinance on its final passage. Motion carried. ROLL CALL VOTE was answered as follows: Aye: Deamos, McMillan, Pohle, Clark, Short, Houseworth and Danner. Nay: none. Absent: Hannon. Whereupon the Mayor declared the ordinance duly passed.

Photocopier: This is an annual renewal note payment ordinance. Pohle presented Ordinance No. 94-41 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE MAYOR

AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE BINDING DOCUMENTS FOR THE BORROWING OF

PURCHASE OF A NECESSARY PHOTOCOPIER. Motion by Pohle seconded by McMillan to read the ordinance the first time. Motion carried. Ordinance read the first time.

Motion by Clark seconded by Pohle to read the ordinance the second time. Motion carried. Ordinance read the second time. Motion by Deamos seconded by Clark to place the ordinance on its final passage. Motion carried. ROLL CALL VOTE was answered as follows: Aye: Deamos, McMillan, Pohle, Clark, Short, Houseworth and Danner. Nay: none. Absent: Hannon. Whereupon the Mayor declared the ordinance duly passed.

Airport Hangar: This is an annual renewal note payment ordinance. Pohle presented Ordinance No. 94-42 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO

EXECUTE AN ANTICIPATED REVENUE BOND IN THE AMOUNT OF TEN THOUSAND

FOUR HUNDRED FORTY-SIX DOLLARS AND THIRTY-SIX CENTS ($10,446.36),

OBLIGATING THE ANTICIPATED GENERAL REVENUES OF THE CITY TO THE HOLDERS

OF SAID BOND FOR THE PURPOSE OF FINANCING AIRPORT HANGARS FOR THE CITY

OF LEXINGTON. Motion by Pohle seconded by McMillan to read the ordinance the first time. Motion carried. Ordinance read the first time. Motion by Deamos seconded by Clark to read the ordinance the second time. Motion carried. Ordinance read the second time. Motion by Deamos seconded by Danner to place the ordinance on its final passage. Motion carried. ROLL CALL VOTE was answered as

follows: Aye: Deamos, McMillan, Pohle, Clark, Short, Houseworth and Danner. Nay:

none. Absent: Hannon. Whereupon the Mayor declared the ordinance duly passed.

G.O. Bond Issue: This was reported earlier in the meeting. There will be an open house on Sunday, 4/2/95 from 1—4 p.m. Tours of the old City Hall, Fire Truck and Lift Station will be given.

Visitors: Alliance Water: Bob Ross presented the new Vice-President, Gary Anger.

George Goodloe: Goodloe inquired about what was being done with the vicious dogs on Jefferson Street. Abie stated that ACO, Failing had been to the Stewart residence regarding this issue. There are 2 Pit Bulls, owned by Stewarts, and one of them cleared the fence and attacked the Beckman's Cocker Spaniel. Stewart separated the 2 dogs and Beckman's dog was checked out for injury. No injuries were reported.

The dog had also frightened a child coming home from school. ACO, Failing informed Stewarts that the dogs had to be in an entire fenced pen, not in an open yard or on a chain. If the City receives another complaint or another incident occurs then the appropriate vicious dog ordinance will be in effect. Goodloe stated that the next incident could easily be a child.

Goodloe also had concerns with trash, a vacant trailer and vehicles at 2213 Jefferson belonging to the Stewarts. Trash is very bad at this location. Jim Gilkey stated that there is also a trash problem at 608 S. 23rd. Abie stated these issues are being looked at very closely. Bill Welborn stated that Rev. Brunner is cleaning up his property.

Court Costs: Court cost is currently $10.00 per case and this ordinance will increase the court cost to $12.00 per case. Pohle presented Ordinance No. 94-43 AN

ORDINANCE FIXING THE AMOUNT OF COURT COSTS PER CASE IN THE MUNICIPAL

COURT OF LEXINGTON, MISSOURI. Motion by Clark seconded by Pohle to read the ordinance the first time. Motion carried. Ordinance read the first time. Motion by Clark seconded by Danner to read the ordinance the second time. Motion carried.

Ordinance read the second time. Motion by Deamos seconded by McMillan to place the ordinance on its final passage. Motion carried. ROLL CALL VOTE was answered as follows: Aye: Deamos, McMillan, Pohle, Clark, Short, Houseworth and Danner.

Nay: none. Absent: Hannon. Whereupon the Mayor declared the ordinance duly passed.



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