COUNCIL AGENDA 
Tuesday, September 4, 2018
6:00 P.M., Council Chambers
1.

Call to Order

Invocation
Pledge of Allegiance of the United States of America
2.

Roll Call

3.

Presentations

1.

Proposed East Town Hope Park presentation by Brent Baker.

4.

Finalization of Consent Agenda

5.

Reports and Communications

6.

Citizen Requests and Petitions

1.

Margey Upson would like to speak on raises.

2.

Clifford Wert, 407 Pennsylvania Ave., Joplin, would like to provide an update on the Capital Campaign for the Harry M. Cornell Arts & Entertainment Complex

3.

Jeremie Humphrey, PO Box 1712, Joplin, would like to speak on Fire Fighter pay scale.

7.

Public Hearings

1.

Public Hearing Procedures

2.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018-269

AN ORDINANCE amending Ordinance No. 2004-256, passed by the Council of the City of Joplin, Missouri, November 15, 2004, by removing from District C-1 and including in District R-1 property as described below and located 7414 E. 32nd Street, City of Joplin, Newton County, Missouri.

3.

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-013

A RESOLUTION granting a Special Use Permit (First Request) to Stephanie Theis for a parking lot located 733 S. Picher in the City of Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri.
4.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018-270

AN ORDINANCE amending Ordinance No. 2004-256, passed by the Council of the City of
Joplin, Missouri, November 15, 2004, by removing from District M-1-PD and including in
District R-1 property as described below and located A tract of land on the west side of North
St. Louis Avenue, located approximately 656 feet north of the intersection of North St. Louis
Avenue and East Fountain Road, City of Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri.



5.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018-265

AN ORDINANCE amending Ordinance No. 2004-256, passed by the Council of the City of Joplin, Missouri, November 15, 2004, by removing from District R-1 and including in District C-3-PD property as described below and located adjacent and south of I-44 at Exit 1, City of Joplin, Newton County, Missouri.
8.

Consent Agenda

1.

Meeting Notes of the August 20, 2018 Informal City Council Meeting

2.

Minutes of the August 20, 2018 Joplin City Council Meeting

3.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018-025

AN ORDINANCE re-adopting Chapter 2, Administration, of the Joplin City Code, Section 2-107, "Financial interest disclosure", requiring certain officials and employees of the City of Joplin to file Financial Interest Disclosure Statements as described herein.
Documents:
  1. CB2018-025.pdf
4.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018-611

AN ORDINANCE approving the applications of Ozark Christian College, for 2019 Conference Series promotions; MSSU Alumni Association for Alumni Tracking Software; Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity (with George Washington Carver National Monument), for Carver Legacy Event; Active Lifestyle Inc., for Joplin Memorial Run; Joplin Disc Golf Club for 14th Annual Four State Open; Rufus Racing, for Summer Roundup Triathlon; Downtown Joplin Alliance for 2019 Events Marketing Campaign; ProMusica for 2019 Concert Series promotions; Joplin Art Fest Committee for the Joplin Arts Fest; Carl Junction Chamber of Commerce for the 19th Annual Carl Junction Bluegrass Festival; Emancipation Celebration Committee for Emancipation Park Day Celebration; Joplin History and Mineral Museum, for Museum Marketing Campaign; George A. Spiva Center for the Arts, for PhotoSpiva; Connect 2 Culture, for Fiddler’s on the Route; Wildcat Glades Friends Group, for Shoal Creek Water Festival; and TwelveOne Race Management, for the Mother Road Marathon, for utilization of FY2019 Festivals and Celebrations support pursuant to Ordinance No. 2000-148, as authorized by the voters on November 7, 2000; authorizing the City Manager to execute appropriate agreements with each such organization for the utilization of such funds.

Documents:
  1. CB2018-611.pdf
9.

Resolutions

1.

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-014

 
A RESOLUTION authorizing the submittal of an application with the Missouri State Historic Preservation Office for the FY 2019 Historic Preservation Fund Grant for the East Town (Original Joplin) Historic Survey Phase II.
2.

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-015

A RESOLUTION authorizing the submittal of an application with the Missouri State Historic Preservation Office for the FY 2019 Historic Preservation Fund Grant for the National Historic Register Nomination of Memorial Hall.
10.

Ordinances - Emergency

1.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018-140

AN ORDINANCE authorizing the City to accept a grant from the Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, (FAA) Airport Improvement Program (AIP) for Engineering Services for the update of the Pavement Management Plan at the Joplin Regional Airport and, amending the Annual Budget of the City of Joplin for the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 as adopted by Ordinance 2017-167 on October 16, 2017; and, containing an emergency clause.
2.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018-141

AN ORDINANCE authorizing the City to enter into a Grant Agreement with the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) for assistance in promotion of Air Service at the Joplin Regional Airport and, amending the Annual Budget of the City of Joplin for the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 as adopted by Ordinance 2017-167 on October 16, 2017; and, containing an emergency clause.
3.

COUNCIL BILL 2018-142

AN ORDINANCE     approving the City of Joplin to enter into an agreement with Bennett Inc., in the amount of One Hundred Twenty-Two Thousand Six Hundred Twelve dollars ($122,612.00) for construction of the Villa Heights Sanitary Sewer Reroute & Streambank Stabilization Project; and authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute the same by and on behalf of the City of Joplin; and containing an emergency clause.
4.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018 – 365

AN ORDINANCE approving the contract by and between the City of Joplin and Jordan Disposal for the demolition of the structure(s) and clearing of lot area located at 219 Washington. in the City of Joplin, Missouri, for Three Thousand One Hundred Seventy-Five and 00/100 Dollars ($ 3,175.00); providing how the cost thereof shall be paid; how the assessment thereof shall be made; and containing an emergency clause.
5.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018 – 366

AN ORDINANCE approving the contract by and between the City of Joplin and Nelson Demolition for the demolition of the structure(s) and clearing of lot area located at 2213 Adele. in the City of Joplin, Missouri, for Three Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty and 00/100 Dollars ($ 3,750.00); providing how the cost thereof shall be paid; how the assessment thereof shall be made; and containing an emergency clause.


6.

COUNCIL BILL NO. 2018 – 367

AN ORDINANCE approving the contract by and between the City of Joplin and Jordan Disposal for the demolition of the structure(s) and clearing of lot area located at 1010 Monroe. in the City of Joplin, Missouri, for Three Thousand Five Hundred and 00/100 Dollars ($ 3,500.00); providing how the cost thereof shall be paid; how the assessment thereof shall be made; and containing an emergency clause.
11.

Ordinances - First Reading

12.

Ordinances - Second Reading and Third Reading

13.

Unfinished Business

14.

New Business

1.

News from the Public Information Officer, Lynn Onstot

2.

Vote to go into closed session, which shall pertain to legal action, causes of action, or litigation including a public governmental body and any confidential or privileged communications between a governmental body or its representatives and its attorneys; and the hiring, firing, disciplining, or promotion of an employee or particular employees of a governmental body involving personal information more specifically for the purpose of evaluating certain Council employees; as set forth in Section 610.021(1) (3) RSMo, as amended, 2017. This meeting, record, and vote to be closed to the extent provided by law. The City Council shall adjourn at the end of the session.

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