CITY COUNCIL MEETING
MONDAY, JULY 8, 2002
OPEN STUDY SESSION: 7:00 PM
REGULAR MEETING: 7:30 PM
Closed Executive Session will immediately follow adjournment
of the Regular Meeting pursuant to Missouri Open Meeting Act
Exemption 610.021(2) for Real Estate Acquisition Discussion
A G E N D A
1. Meeting Called to Order.
2. Roll Call.
3. Pledge of Allegiance.
4. Approval of Regular June 24, 2002 City Council Meeting Minutes.
4a. PROCLAMATION designating July 14-20 as NATIONAL AQUATIC WEEK in Gladstone, Missouri.
5. CONSENT AGENDA
RESOLUTION R-02-50, authorizing acceptance of work under contract with the Larkin Group for the Water Treatment Plant & Water System Improvements Design project and authorizing final payment in the amount of $2,950.00 from the Combined Water & Sanitary Sewer Revenue Bonds. (Project #0134)
RESOLUTION R-02-51, authorizing acceptance of work under contract with Blaze Mechanical for the Low Volume Cycling Pump at the 5 MG Tank and authorizing final payment in the amount of $11,355.40 from the Combined Water & Sanitary Sewer Revenue Bonds. (Project #9715)
RESOLUTION R-02-52, authorizing acceptance of work under contract with the Foley Company for the Water Treatment Plant improvements and authorizing final payment in the amount of $14,465.70 from the Combined Water & Sanitary Sewer Revenue Bonds. (Project #0137)
APPROVAL OF ANNUAL LIQUOR LICENSE RENEWALS:
· Hen House, 6475 N Prospect, Package Liquor License
· Kwik Shoppe, 7603 N Oak, Package Liquor License
· China Buffet, 6000 N Antioch, Beer/Wine License
· Stone Canyon, 6433 N Prospect, Liquor by Drink License
· Conoco, 5810 N Antioch, Package License
· King’s Super Store, 7020 N Oak, Package Liquor License
6. Communications from the Audience.
7. Communications from the City Council.
8. Communications from the City Manager.
9. APPROVAL OF LIQUOR LICENSE RENEWAL for Gladstone Bowl, 300 NW 72nd Street, Liquor by Drink License.
10. RESOLUTION R-02-53, authorizing the sale of shares of corporate stock recently issued to the City of Gladstone, Missouri, by the Principal Financial Group, Inc., and by the Jefferson-Pilot Corporation, as a result of the demutualization of the two life insurance companies.
11. Other Business
12. Questions from the News Media.