Tuesday, March 12, 2013
The Council also approved an amendment to change the pay grade level and a position in the Parks and Recreation Department.
Florissant City Council made quick work of two bills Monday night that would tie up financial ends in different departments. The Council passed Bills 8900, which appropriates $10,300 to purchase fleet software management for the Public Works Department, and 8902, which establishes a new pay grade for the new position of recreation superintendent in the Parks and Recreation department. Bill 8900, which became Ordinance 7956, will help the department in its fleet maintenance. For Bill 8902, the position and pay grade level of "assistant parks director" was deleted and replaced with the new position and pay grade level of "recreation superintendent" for a new city employee, who begins next week, according to Ward 1 Council Tim Lee. The …
Monday, March 11, 2013
The Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday.
Florissant City Council will discuss an ordinance that establishes a pay plan for recreation superintendent and deleting assistant parks director. In a memo to City Council and Mayor Tom Schneider, Human Resources Director Chris Roth requests an amendment to Ordinance 7754 “to replace the position of Assistant Director of Parks, Grade 11, with the position of Superintendent of Recreation, Grade 10.” The memo further states that there’s no established pay grade in the ordinance for Grade 10 and must be changed by council. The council might also take a final vote on the appropriation of $10,300 for the purchase of software to better track fleet management. The full agenda can be viewed on the City of Florissant website. The Florissant City …
Monday, October 22, 2012
Also, the Florissant City Council will discuss year-end finances.
Florissant City Council will have a resolution on its agenda Monday night to support the St. Louis County Library’s tax increase proposition. The proposition, which would help the St. Louis County library system with renovations and replacements of its facilities and enhance programs, is on the Nov. 6 ballot. The council will also have second readings on bills that pertain to finances for the end of the fiscal 2012 year, including expenses such as uniforms and building maintenance. For a full agenda, check out the City of Florissant’s website. The City Council meets Monday at 7:30 p.m. in Florissant City Hall.
Monday, September 10, 2012
Also, Chipotle will have its final vote Monday night.
The Florissant City Council has a full slate on its agenda Monday, including a final vote on Chipotle as well as the honoring of Florissant police officers who helped with the investigation of a burglary and shooting of a fellow officer. At the beginning of the meeting, Mayor Tom Schneider and Police Chief William Karabas will present 10 officers with police commendations and the Purple Heart to Officer Mike Vernon, who was shot three times while investigating an area burglary. For the full council agenda, check out the City of Florissant’s website. The Florissant City Council meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall.
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
The Council had a number of bills for first reading Monday night.
The Florissant City Council had six bills for first reading and none for second reading during Monday night’s meeting, but it passed one bill into law. Find out what’s up for second and final reading during the council’s Sept. 10 meeting:
Monday, August 27, 2012
The Florissant City Council meeting will be held Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Monday, the Florissant City Council will get to hear the first presentation for a Chipotle Mexican Grill in the city. The restaurant will have a public hearing as well as its first reading for a bill during the meeting. The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the eatery during its meeting earlier this month. The council will also hear a proposed amendment to permitted and special uses for the Historic Business district, which the Planning and Zoning commission approved at its Aug. 6 meeting after months of work.. For a full City Council agenda, check out the city website. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. at Florissant City Hall.
Monday, August 13, 2012
Also, the council will hear four public hearings.
The Florissant City Council will meet Monday at a different time but with plenty on its agenda. Councilors will take its final vote on the disc golf course at Dunegant Park as well as a substitute bill for a part-time inspector and part-time clerk for the public works department. The council will also have four public hearings, including a rezoning request for a surgery center on Lindbergh. For a full agenda, check out the city's website. The Florissant City Council will meet at City Hall at 7:30 p.m. Monday.
Thursday, July 26, 2012
Found out what passed and what didn't during Monday night's meeting.
While the Florissant City Council approved the pet cemetery’s expansion, a number of other bills were approved and one was tabled. Here’s a rundown of what was recently passed Monday:
Monday, July 9, 2012
The Council will meet Monday night to discuss a number of bills.
The Florissant City Council has a number of second readings to consider Monday night, including a bill for overtime and bills pertaining to exotic animals. Two ordinances under consideration pertain to keeping fowl and other “exotic” pets in a residential area. One would require the owner or responsible adult to be present when the animal is running loose on property, and the other updates the permit requirements to attain for animals. Another ordinance for consideration is an allotment of $100,000 for the Florissant Police Department for overtime. For the full agenda, check out the City of Florissant’s website. The Florissant City Council meets in City Hall Monday at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
The Florissant Public Works Department is proposing purchasing the devices and adding more staff to help improve its code enforcement efforts.
The Florissant City Council discussed a proposal at a Monday night meeting that would put iPads in the hands of code enforcement inspectors and also hire additional staff. The purchase is part of an effort by the public works department to step up its enforcement, Florissant Public Works Director Louis Jearls said. A total of $11,400 would be allocated for the iPads--$9,000 for the devices and $2,400 for data plans--while an additional $36,300 is being sought to pay salaries and benefits for two full-time employees for the remainder of the year. A first reading of the bill for bringing on the new staff was postponed, however, after Ward 6 Councilman Pat Stinnett asked to see a full study that would highlight how the funds would impact the …