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Funding for Sobriety Checkpoints

Funding for Sobriety Checkpoints

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City of Ozark Missouri
P.O. Box 295 Fax 417-581-0575Ozark, Missouri 65721 Phone 417-581-2407 
May 18, 2009
 
Council Meeting
Ozark City Council met in Regular Session at 7:00 p.m. at the City Hall in Ozark, Missouri. AllCouncilpersons attended. Mayor Bradley Jackson presided over the meeting: Alderman MikeEsterl, Alderman Dennis Sparrow, Alderman Mark Spinabella, Alderman Melissa Wagner,Alderman Chris Snyder and Alderman Rick Gardner were present. City Administrator SteveChilders, City Attorney David Collignon and City Clerk Lana Wilson attended the meeting.
7:00 p.m.Pledge of Allegiance.Roll Call:
Alderman Mike Esterl Here Alderperson Melissa Wagner HereAlderman Chris Snyder Here Alderman Rick Gardner HereAlderman Dennis Sparrow Here Alderman Mark Spinabella Here
Approval of May 4, 2009 Minutes:
Motion was made by Alderman Mike Esterl, seconded by Alderman Rick Gardner to approve theMay 4, 2009 minutes as written. Motion carried unanimously.
Ceremonial Matters: NoneReport on Questions from Previous Meeting(s): None
 
Bills Open for Public Discussion:A. Bills Requiring a Public Hearing: NoneB. First Reading Bills:1. Bill #2453-Amending Title 1, Chapter 110 of the Code of Ordinances of theCity of Ozark by Deleting a Portion of One Section Relating to the Agenda for Board of Aldermen Meetings and Enacting, In Lieu Thereof, One New Portion of the Same SectionRelating to the Same Subject Matter.
Motion was made by Alderman Melissa Wagner, seconded by Alderman Mike Esterl to placeBill #2453 on its first reading by title and description only. Motion carried unanimously.1
 
 2City Administrator Steve Childers stated Bill #2453 reflects the previously adopted CouncilMeeting procedures. The Agenda has been reorganized and restructured for Council’s reviewand approval.Alderperson Melissa Wagner commented about the Scheduled Visitors section has beenimplemented on the newly revised Agenda.City Administrator Steve Childers stated that the Agenda was also revised to formally have avisitors section.Motion was made by Alderman Melissa Wagner, seconded by Alderman Mike Esterl to placeBill #2453 on the table until the June 1, 2009 Council Meeting. Motion carried unanimously.
C. Resolutions:1. Resolution #1586-A Resolution of the City of Ozark, Missouri Awarding theBid for the Purchase of Police Handguns and Authorizing the Mayor to Enter IntoDiscussions With OMB Guns for an Agreement for the Purchase of Police Handguns.
Motion was made by Alderman Rick Gardner, seconded by Alderman Mike Esterl to placeResolution #1586 on its first reading by title and description only. Motion carried unanimously.Police Chief Lyle Hodges stated that the handguns will be purchased with Federal ForfeitureFunds that can only be utilized for unbudgeted items. The City has made the decision topurchase Police Officer handguns, instead of requiring them to purchase their own handgun. Theguns will mainly be purchased for new Police Officers, most of the Police Officers on staff havealready purchased their own personal handgun.The City solicited for the purchase of twenty (20) new Glock Model 17 Handguns and receivedtwo bids: (1) OMB Guns $409.00 each, 20 guns $8,210.00 (incl. $30 shipping); (2) Leven GunWorks, $424.00 each, 20 guns $8,480.00.Motion was made by Alderman Rick Gardner, seconded by Alderman Melissa Wagner to moveto amend Resolution #1586 by inserting OMB Guns for the supply and purchase of the Glock Model 17 Handguns.Motion carried unanimously.Motion was made by Alderman Rick Gardner, seconded by Alderman Melissa Wagner to adoptResolution #1586 with the amendment. Motion carried unanimously.
2.
 
Resolution #1587-Approving Certain Actions Regarding the Finley RiverDevelopment Plan.
Motion was made by Alderman Mike Esterl, seconded by Alderman Dennis Sparrow to pullResolution #1587 from the Agenda. Motion carried unanimously.Resolution #1587 does not have to be adopted to move forward with the Modessa Application.
D. Emergency Bills:
None.
 E. Public Improvement Bills (Tax Bills):
None.
 F.
 
Grants:1.
 
Resolution #1585- A Resolution Authorizing the Ozark Police Department toSubmit a Grant Proposal to the Missouri Division of Highway Safety (MDHS).
Motion was made by Alderman Chris Snyder, seconded by Alderman Mike Esterl to placeResolution #1585 on its first reading by title and description only. Motion carried unanimously.Police Chief Lyle Hodges stated the Grant application is for two (2) grants for overtime fundsone (1) for conducting Sobriety Checkpoints and one (1) for Hazardous Moving Violations. Theovertime funds are 100% funded by MDHS. The total of the two (2) grants is $28,470.00.
 
 3Motion was made by Alderman Chris Snyder, seconded by Alderman Rick Gardner to adoptResolution #1585. Motion carried unanimously.
G. Amended Bills:
None.
 Second Reading and Final Passage of Bills, No Public Discussion. Board Discussion Only:1.
 
Bill #2450-An Ordinance Amending the Zoning Code and Official Map byChanging the Classification of Certain Property.
Motion was made by Alderman Dennis Sparrow, seconded by Alderman Mark Spinabella todispense with the second reading and go to the third and final reading of Bill #2450 by title anddescription only. Motion carried unanimously.There was no Council comment.Motion was made by Alderman Dennis Sparrow, seconded by Alderman Mark Spinabella toadopt Bill #2450 as Ordinance #09-016. Motion carried unanimously with a roll call vote:Alderman Mark Spinabella, aye, Alderman Melissa Wagner, aye, Alderman Rick Gardner, aye,Alderman Chris Snyder, aye, Alderman Dennis Sparrow, aye and Alderman Mike Esterl, aye.Six aye votes.
2.
 
Bill #2452-An Ordinance Amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of Ozark by Deleting One Section of Title I, Chapter 110 Relating to “Standing CommitteesAppointed” and Enacting, In Lieu Thereof, One New Section Relating to a Similar SubjectMatter.
Motion was made by Alderman Mark Spinabella, seconded by Alderman Mike Esterl to dispensewith the second reading and go to the third and final reading of Bill #2452 by title anddescription only. Motion carried unanimously.There was no Council comment.Motion was made by Alderman Mark Spinabella, seconded by Alderman Mike Esterl to adoptBill #2452 as Ordinance #09-017. Motion carried unanimously with a roll call vote: AldermanMelissa Wagner, aye, Alderman Dennis Sparrow, aye, Alderman Chris Snyder, aye, AldermanMark Spinabella, aye, Alderman Rick Gardner, aye and Alderman Mike Esterl, aye. Six (6) ayevotes.
Mayor Bradley Jackson Mayoral appoints to the Standing Committees:
Administration- Alderman Mark SpinabellaPlanning and Zoning- Alderman Chris SnyderBudgetary- Alderman Dennis SparrowParks and Recreation- Alderman Mike EsterlPublic Safety- Alderman Rick GardnerPublic Works- Alderman Melissa Wagner
Report of Officers, Boards and Committees:1.
 
Administrative Committee:1.
 
STP Urban Allocation-
Staff is moving forward with the necessary documents to utilize the Cityof Ozark allocated STP Urban funds for a Transportation Master Plan andEngineering services for Sidewalk Projects.Alderman Rick Gardner questioned if the City designates the funds andthe OTO carries out the Projects.

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