ORDINANCES

Passed

Amend Section 2-472 “Appointment and removal” of Chapter 2, “Administrative code” of the Code of Ordinances to specify additional examples of conduct that could be grounds for removal and recognize resignations.

Authorize an amendment to the Capital Projects Fund to accept a donation from the George Bode Jr. Benevolent Trust in an amount not to exceed $54,600 to be used to install a radiant ice ceiling and horizontal netting at the Bode Ice Arena and authorizing the execution of a contract with Athletica Sport Systems Inc. to perform said work.

Authorize execution of a Land Lease Agreement with Rocky Mountain Holdings LLC, a subsidiary of Air Methods Corporation (d/b/a Lifenet Air Medical Services), to lease land at Rosecrans Memorial Airport in the amount of $6,193 per year.

Rejected

Rename the Joyce Raye Patterson Senior Citizens Center, located at 100 S. 10th St. to “Joyce Raye Patterson 50+ Activity Center.”

Introduced

Authorize the purchase of one Caterpillar D6 Bulldozer to be used by the Landfill Division from Foley Equipment and authorizing an amendment to the Landfill Fund both in the amount of $398,787 to provide funds for said purchase.

Amende Section 28-1592 of the Code of Ordinances entitled “Parking time limits on certain streets.”

Amend Chapter 20, “Offenses and miscellaneous provisions,” of the Code of Ordinances to modify Sections 20-321, titled “Definitions,” and 30-324, titled “Possession,” and to enact a new Section 20-327 titled “Substances qualifying as drugs” to specify that Kratom is a drug under the Code of Ordinances and to prohibit possession.

Authorize an amendment to the Capital Projects Fund budget and the execution of a Lump Sum Contract with GDS LLC and the issuance of purchase orders toward said contract all in the total amount of $58,731 for cleaning, repairing and coating of the Civic Center Park fountain.

Redistrict the property located at 2706 Coop Drive from R-1A, Single Family Residential District to CP-1, Planned Neighborhood Shopping District, as requested by Ronna Chilcoat.

Approve the proposed Conceptual Development Plan for the property located at 2706 Coop Drive, as requested by Ronna Chilcoat.

Vacate a portion of Sleepy Hollow Road lying between Felix Street and the portion of property to the north vacated by Special Ordinance Number 22057 on property located at 102 N. Belt Highway, as requested by Charlotte Eichenberg agent of Tommy’s Car Wash.

Vacate North Second Street between East Franklin Street and East Michel Street, the alley between East Franklin Street and East Michel Street, a portion of Third Street between East Franklin and Isadore Street, the alley between East Franklin Street and Isadore Street, East Michel Street between North Second Street and Third Street, East Antoine Street between Third Street and Fourth Street and the alley between a previously vacated section of Isadore Street and East Robidoux Street, as requested by Blake Roth on behalf of Hillyard Industries Inc.

Vacate a portion of the alley lying between 17th Street and the portion of property to the east vacated by Special Ordinance Number 6652 on property located at 1702 Messanie St., as requested by James Farrelly agent of Capital Growth Buchalter Inc.

Authorize the submittal of the Fifth Year Annual Plan for the use of Fiscal Year 2019/2020 Community Development Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnerships Program funds to the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Authorize an amendment to the budget to transfer funds in the amount of $1,515,000 from the North East Cook Road TIF Program in the Special Allocation Fund to the Water Protection Fund to pay the developer’s sewer development cost thereby reducing the interest that would have been paid to the developer with conventional financing.

SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS

Proclamation — National Public Works Week

EMERGENCY BILLS

None.

PUBLIC HEARING

On the City’s Consolidated Fifth Year Annual Plan for the use of any Community Development Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnership funds the City may receive in Fiscal Year 2019/2020, beginning on May 15, 2019. The city of St. Joseph receives these funds through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The city of St. Joseph has prepared a budget based upon the FY 2019/2020 allocation and will utilize the following funding amounts through the Consolidated Planning process: $1,567,068 of Community Development Block Grant funds and $360,505 from the HOME program allocation.

RESOLUTIONS

Adopted

Authorize the filing of an application with the Bureau of Justice for a Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant in the amount of $14,160 for use by the St. Joseph Police Department.

Authorize the submission and execution of the Federal Transit Administration Year 2019 Certifications and Assurances.

Authorize the purchase of one half ton crew cab truck from Reed Jeep Ram for the Park Maintenance Division for the amount of $26,741.

Appeal Resolution Number 43868 and authorizing the purchase of three burner conversion upgrades, and accessories, for existing heat exchangers at the Water Protection Facility from Walker Process Equipment in the amount of $404,166.

A Resolution (#406-18) of Official Intent of the City Council of the city of St. Joseph, for the issuance of the City’s Taxable Industrial Development Revenue Bonds in a principal amount of approximately $6,500,000 to finance a project for the benefit of LifeLine Foods LLC and authorizing certain actions relating thereto.

A Resolution (#407-18) of Official Intent of the City Council of the city of St. Joseph, for the issuance of the City’s Taxable Industrial Development Revenue Bonds in a principal amount of approximately $22,400,000 to finance a project for the benefit of Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health USA Inc., and authorizing certain actions relating thereto.

Cancel the regularly scheduled meeting of the St. Joseph City Council on Sept. 9, 2019, at 7 p.m.

NOMINATIONS

Council member O’Dell nominates Albert Goolsby, 2103 N.E. 85th Road, to serve as a member of the Electrical Standards and Appeals Board for a term expiring Aug. 5, 2023; he is being reappointed.