The Jefferson City Council will consider work to the Jefferson City Memorial Airport during its Monday meeting.
A bill would approve both acceptance of a partial matching grant and project bid for runway maintenance and repair work for the aircraft parking area.
The grant comes through the Missouri Department of Transportation for $415,524, according to council documents.
It requires a 10 percent matching funds for $38,590, which would come out of funds from the city's half-cent capital improvement sales tax.
Staff is recommending the council award the bid to Parking Lot Maintenance LLC of Lake St. Louis for $454,115. It is the lowest of five bids.
Council members will also examine bills that would:
Add yield signs to Cedar Way before entering Adams Street.
Add a stop sign on Tanman Court already on the road to city code.
Change parking in the 700 block of East Miller Street from the north side of the street to the south side.
Change an easement in the 200 block of Madeline's Park Circle to account for an existing building.
Rezone 14.32 acres in the 3700 block of West Edgewood Drive for the development of assisted and independent senior living.
Establish codes for restricted road access on portions of West Edgewood Drive.
Rezone 0.22 acres in the 500 block of East Capitol Avenue for mixed use as a business and event center.
Authorize a construction agreement with Parking Lot Maintenance LLC and a grant amendment with MoDOT for the purpose of constructing the apron maintenance and remarking project at the Jefferson City Memorial Airport.
Authorize an agreement with GBH Builders for additions and renovations to Fire Station 4 at 820 Ellis Blvd.
The bills up for a vote would:
Authorize an agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission for operating assistance with the air traffic control tower at the Jefferson City Memorial Airport.
Authorize a $938,000 supplemental appropriation from the parking fund to purchase property in the 100 block of West McCarty Street with the intention of turning it into a parking garage.
Council members will consider an extension of the emergency declaration and proclamations related to the COVID-19 pandemic to require masks at city meetings; allow for in-person, virtual or hybrid meetings and keep COVID-19 warning signs up at city buildings.
How to participate
The Jefferson City Council will meet in-person Monday but will have a virtual option due to COVID-19 and social-distancing recommendations.
Community members can attend the meeting at 320 E. McCarty St. in the council chambers or view the meeting live via the city's YouTube page.
Those who wish to participate can also call into the meeting at 404-397-1516 or via WebEx with meeting number 187 934 3701 and password 1234.