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Monday, 29 June 2020 14:56

BOA Zoom Meeting Recording 6/25/20

Click the link to view the recording of the Board of Alderman meeting from June 25, 2020.
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Wednesday, 24 June 2020 21:19

BOA Zoom Recording 6/11/2020

Click link to view the Board of Alderman meeting via Zoom on June 11, 2020.
https://youtu.be/aJu9UR_e7L0
Wednesday, 24 June 2020 20:55

BOA Agenda for June 25, 2020

AGENDA

BOARD OF ALDERMEN

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING

June 25, 2020

6:30 P.M.

BY VIDEO CONFERENCE

Posted June 22, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. at Marshfield City Hall

Reposted June 24, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. at Marshfield City Hall

Reposted June 24, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. at Marshfield City Hall

 In response to the Coronavirus pandemic and pursuant to the City of Marshfield Executive Order to abide by social distancing requirements, this meeting will be held by on-line video conference. Access information is below. A video recording of the meeting will be available within 48 business hours on the City of Marshfield’s website at www.marshfieldmo.gov.  Board of Aldermen may be in attendance via zoom or in person. The Public may join by the link below.

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  1. 1.    CALL TO ORDER
  2. 2.    ROLL CALL
  3. 3.    MOMENT OF SILENT PRAYER OR REFLECTION
  4. 4.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  5. 5.    MINUTES – June 11, 2020
  6. 6.    EXPENDITURES & FINANCIAL REPORTS

UNFINISHED BUSINESS  

  1. 1.    COVID-19 UPDATE
  2. 2.    LATE CHARGE IMPACT ON BUDGET
  3. 3.    POOL UPDATE
  4. 4.    WATER TOWER LOGO AND PAINT
  5. 5.    ADDING CHAPTER 129 FINANCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
  6. 6.    BILL NO. 2020-31 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE MARSHFIELD MUNICIPAL CODE BY ADDING CHAPTER 129, BEING A CHAPTER ESTABLISHING A FINANCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND SETTING FORTH THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MEMBERSHIP AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF SUCH COMMITTEE
  7. 7.    ADDING CHAPTER 128 PARKS & RECREATION BOARD
  8. 8.    BILL NO. 2020-32 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE MARSHFIELD MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 128, BEING A CHAPTER ESTABLISHING A PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD AND SETTING FORTH THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MEMBERSHIP AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF SUCH BOARD.
  9. 9.    APPROVE PARK LOGO

10. AMENDING CHAPTER 127 PARKS AND RECREATION OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF MARSHFIELD, WEBSTER COUNTY, STATE OF MISSOURI

11. BILL NO. 2020-33 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 127- PARKS AND RECREATION OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF MARSHFIELD, WEBSTER COUNTY, STATE OF MISSOURI

NEW BUSINESS

  1. 1.    MAYOR APPOINTMENTS
  • Reappoint Tree City Advisory Committee
  • Reappoint Cemetery Board
  1. 2.    WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS – CONTRACT 1- CHANGE ORDER NO. 2 – CMT
  2. 3.    WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS – CONTRACT 1 - CHANGE ORDER NO. 3 - CMT
  3. 4.    AWARD ROCK HAULING BID
  4. 5.    SEWER EXPANSION
  5. 6.    SEWER EXPANSION CASING
  6. 7.    CONTRACT WITH LISA MCCARTHY FOR CARES ACT FUNDING
  7. 8.    BUILDING PERMIT AND PLAN REVIEW PASS THRU FEE
  8. 9.    APPROVE LIQUOR LICENSE RENEWALS FOR 2020  
  9. 10.  APPROVE PLUS RATE PAY FOR INTERIM CITY ADMINISTRATOR
  10. 11.  FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS

ADJOURN

 

AGENDA

BOARD OF ALDERMEN

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING

May 28, 2020

6:30 P.M.

BY VIDEO CONFERENCE

Posted May 21, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. at Marshfield City Hall

Reposted May 27, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. at Marshfield City Hall   

In response to the Coronavirus pandemic and pursuant to the City of Marshfield Executive Order to abide by social distancing requirements, this meeting will be held by on-line video conference. Access information is below. A video recording of the meeting will be available within 48 business hours on the City of Marshfield’s website at www.marshfieldmo.gov.

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Meeting ID: 834 4322 1333

Password: 817384

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  1. 1.    CALL TO ORDER
  2. 2.    ROLL CALL
  3. 3.    MOMENT OF SILENT PRAYER OR REFLECTION
  4. 4.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  5. 5.    MINUTES – May 14, 2020
  6. 6.    EXPENDITURES & FINANCIAL REPORTS
  7. 7.    DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS

UNFINISHED BUSINESS  

  1. COVID-19
  2. POOL UPDATE
  3. BRANCO ENTERPRISES, INC. CHANGE ORDER NO. 2  FOR BYPASS ELIMINATION PROJECT TO PROVIDE POWER FOR THE MAGNETIC FLOW METER FROM THE HEADWORKS ELECTRICAL ROOM - CMT
  4. ROUTE CC INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS / ROUNDABOUT PROJECT MODOT J7P317H – Mel Eakins
  5. AMEND ACCESSORY BUILDING
  6. BILL NO. 2020-10 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 400.080 OF THE MARSHFIELD CITY CODE, BEING A SECTION DEFINING TERMS USED IN THE ZONING CODE, TO DEFINE THE TERMS “ACCESSORY BUILDINGS – PERMANENT, PORTABLE & TEMPORARY,” ‘PORTABLE BUILDING”, “TEMPORARY BUILDING” AND “ACCESSORY USE.”
  7. BILL NO. 2020-11 AMENDING CHAPTER 405 OF THE MARSHFIELD CITY CODE, BEING AN ARTICLE PERTAINING TO ZONING DISTRICTS, BY AMENDING SECTION 405.040 RESIDENTIAL DENSITY REQUIREMENTS
  8. BILL NO. 2020-12 AMENDING CHAPTER 405 OF THE MARSHFIELD CITY CODE, BEING AN ARTICLE PERTAINING TO ZONING DISTRICTS, BY AMENDING SECTION 405.080 BUSINESS DISTRICTS DENSITY REQUIREMENTS
  9. BILL NO. 2020-13 AMENDING CHAPTER 410 OF THE MARSHFIELD CITY CODE, BEING AN ARTICLE PERTAINING TO SUPPLEMENTARY ZONING REGULATIONS, BY AMENDING SECTION 410.010 REGULATING ACCESSORY BUILDINGS AND PORTABLE BUILDINGS

10. AMEND SELF-STORAGE ORDINANCE

11. BILL NO. 2020-25 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 410 OF THE MARSHFIELD CITY CODE, BEING AN ARTICLE PERTAINING TO SUPPLEMENTARY ZONING REGULATIONS, BY AMENDING SECTION 410.091 REGULATING SELF-SERVICE STORAGE FACILITIES

NEW BUSINESS

  1. 1.    AWARD SPORT UNIFORM BID
  2. 2.    REPORT FROM PLANNING & ZONING
  • FINAL PLAT OF SOUTH ELM HEIGHTS PHASE I
  • PYRAMID ADDITION, A REPLAT BEING A PART OF THE WEST ADDITION   
  1. 3.    BILL NO. 2020-26 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE FINAL PLAT OF SOUTH ELM HEIGHTS PHASE I, CITY OF MARSHFIELD, WEBSTER COUNTY, MISSOURI
  2. 4.    BILL NO. 2020-27 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REPLAT OF PROPERTY TO BE KNOWN AS PYRAMID ADDITION BEING A PART OF THE WEST ADDITION, A SUBDIVISION IN MARSHFIELD, MO AND THE WEST HALF OF THE NE ¼ SECTION 9, TOWNSHIP 30 NORTH, RANGE 18 WEST
  3. 5.    SIGN CODE REVISION
  4. 6.    GROWTH PLAN REVIEW AND ADOPTION
  5. 7.    FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
  6. 8.    ADJOURN

 

Monday, 18 May 2020 20:45

BOA MEETING 5/14/20 ZOOM RECORDING

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE RECORDING OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF ALDERMAN ON MAY 14, 2020 VIA ZOOM: https://youtu.be/P9SIIqR7wAs

EXECUTIVE ORDER

#2020-04

 

May 1, 2020

I, Robert Williams, Mayor of the City of Marshfield, Webster County, State of Missouri, do hereby rescind the “Stay At Home” restrictions placed on all the citizens, businesses, and visitors within the city limits of Marshfield on March 27, 2020. 

Beginning at 12:01 A.M. on Monday the 4th of May, the City of Marshfield will adhere to Governor Parson’s Executive Order 20-09 outlining the “Show Me Strong Recovery Plan” for reopening our economy in safe and carefully guarded phases.  The current phase of this plan requires every person and business in the state of Missouri to abide by social distancing requirements, including maintaining six feet (6’) of space between individuals. The basic requirements outlined in executive Order 20-09 are as follows:

1.         When individuals leave their homes or places of residence to work, to access food, health care, necessities, or to engage in other activities, they should at all times practice social distancing. Individuals may go to and from an individual’s place of worship, provided that limitations on social distancing are properly adhered to.

2.         In accordance with the guidelines from the President and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), every person and business in the State of Missouri shall abide by social distancing requirements, including maintaining six feet (6’) of space between individuals. This provision shall not apply to family members or individuals performing job duties that require contact with other people closer than six feet (6’). Individuals performing job duties that require contact with other people closer than six feet (6’) should take enhanced precautionary measures to mitigate the risks of contracting or spreading COVID-19. This provision shall apply in all situations, including, but not limited to, when customers are standing in line or individuals are using shared indoor or outdoor spaces.

3.         In accordance with the guidelines from the President, the CDC, and the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services, people shall not visit nursing homes, long-term care facilities, retirement homes, or assisted living homes unless to provide critical assistance or in end-of-life circumstances. Elderly or otherwise vulnerable populations should take enhanced precautionary measures to mitigate the risks of contracting COVID-19.

4.         Any entity that employs individuals that is engaged in retail sales to the public, shall limit the number of individuals in any particular retail location as follows:

(1)          Twenty-five (25) percent or less of the entity’s authorized fire or building code occupancy, as set by local authorities, for a retail location with square footage of less than ten thousand square feet (10,000 ft²);

(2)       Ten (10) percent or less of the entity’s authorized fire or building code occupancy, as set by local authorities, for a retail location with square footage of ten thousand square feet (10,000 ft²) or more.

5.         In accordance with the guidelines from the President and the CDC, schools shall remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic school year. At the discretion of the school district, nothing in this Order shall prohibit school teachers, school staff, students, and parents from reentering school buildings in order to work, retrieve personal belongings, or return school property as long as limitations on social distancing are properly adhered to. Summer school may proceed under guidelines set forth by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Notwithstanding section 2 of this Order, nothing in this Order shall prohibit daycares, childcare providers, or schools from providing childcare in accordance with CDC guidelines. Further, this Order does not prohibit schools from providing Food and Nutritional Services for those children that qualify.

6.         Restaurants may offer dining-in services, provided that the limitations on social distancing and other precautionary public health measures, including proper spacing of at least six feet (6’) between tables, lack of communal seating areas to parties that are not connected, and having no more than ten (10) people at a single table, are properly adhered to. The continued use of drive-thru, pickup, or delivery options is encouraged throughout the duration of this Order.

7.         State office buildings shall be open to the public as soon as practicable, and essential state functions shall continue. The State Capitol Building shall remain open to the public during meetings or proceedings of the General Assembly.

8.         Pursuant to section 44.101, RSMo, this Order shall not be construed to prohibit or restrict the lawful possession, transfer, sale, transportation, storage, display, or use of firearms or ammunition during the declared state of emergency, subject to the provisions set forth herein.

Along with these guidelines from the Governor, the Webster County COVID-19 Task Force has released referencing guidelines to help achieve these goals, which we have attached to this order.  Those attachments include:

  • Guidance for Entertainment/Recreation Venues
  • Guidance for Places of Worship
  • Guidance for Retail or Other Businesses
  • Guidance for Restaurants, Retail Food Stores, Gas Stations, Convenience Stores, and Food Pick-Up/Delivery Services

It is our hope that in the same responsible manner that Marshfield citizens and businesses have worked together to comply with all previous action needed to encourage social distancing in order to help slow the spread of COVID-19, compliance with this action will also be achieved through self-initiative; however, the City of Marshfield will monitor compliance, and take appropriate enforcement action if needed. 

Signed, 

Robert Williams,

Mayor of the City of Marshfield

Monday, 20 April 2020 02:50

Parks Committee Work Session via Zoom

AGENDA

PARKS COMMITTEE

WORK SESSION

APRIL 21, 2020

7:15 P.M.

BY VIDEO CONFERENCE

Posted April 20, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. at Marshfield City Hall

In response to the Coronavirus pandemic and pursuant to the City of Marshfield Stay-At-Home Order, this meeting will be held by on-line video conference.  Access information is below.  A video recording of the meeting will be available within 48 business hours by contacting City Clerk Karen Rost at (417) 859-2352 or .

 Join Zoom Meeting:

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 Meeting ID: 871 5144 2150

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  1. 1.    Parks and Recreation Think Tank Discussion
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