Bill #2954 An Ordinance Authorizing the City of Olivette to Issue Taxable Industrial Revenue Bonds (Opus Development Company LLC Project) Series 2021 in Principal Amount not to Exceed $55,000,000 for the Purpose of Providing Funds to Pay the OCsts of Acquiring Constructing and Improving A facility For an Industrial Development Project in the City; Approving a Plan for the Project; and Authorizing teh City to Enter into Certain Agreements and Take Certain Other Actions In Connection Therewith
Bill #2955 - An ordinance to amend Section 422.080 Single-Family Residential Development being part of Chapter 422 Stormwater Management of Title IV Land Use of the Olivette Municipal Code. Second Reading and Public Hearing.
This ordinance will provide an opportunity to request an exemption to onsite detention requirements under Chapter 422.080. The request for exemption would only be for the initial consturction of a new single family home in a subdivision in which the Metropolitan Sewer District required a subdvision detention system which the sizing of the detention system included the average area of the proposed new homes in its calculations.
Bill #2956 - An ordinance to amend Section 500.100 permitted hours of construction being part of Chapter 500 Building Regulations of Title V Building and Construction of the Olivette Municipal Code. Second Reading.
This ordinance would amend Section 500.100 Permitted Hours of Construction to allow during a heat advisory issued by the National Weather Service, construction work associated with a building permit to begin at 6:30 AM.
City Attorney Paul Martin will give a verbal report.
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Please note that the City Council may adjourn to closed session pursuant to the Revised Statutes of the State of Missouri to discuss legal, confidential or privileged attorney-client matters pursuant to Section 610.021(1), real estate matters pursuant to Section 610.021(2), personnel matters pursuant to 610.021(3), audit matters pursuant to Section 610.021(17), or for any other reason allowed by Missouri law. Posted this day July 23, 2021 Barbara Sondag, City Manager