The Washington City Council is scheduled to review an ordinance to execute a state block grant agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission Monday, July 17.
The agreement will be presented at the regular council meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. at Washington City Hall.
The block grant is funds that will be used at the Washington Regional Airport.
The council also will review an ordinance for a special warranty deed between the city and Pauwels Transformers, Inc.
Also on the agenda is an ordinance approving a boundary adjustment in Dubois Court.
A public hearing will be held for a special use permit to operate a gas station at the intersection of Don Avenue and High Street.
The Washington Planning and Zoning Commission July 10 approved the conditional use permit for Casey’s General Store. The owner of the lot is Kurt Unnerstall, who is under contract with Casey’s.
Under the conditions, a full access entrance/exit onto High Street was granted for a minimum of three years, which representatives of Casey’s say will allow for the store to build a customer base.
The commission voted 9-0 approving the conditional use permit, with other conditions including Don Avenue must be improved to the end of the development, and the business must have a minimum of 17 parking spaces.
The city also must be granted a temporary construction easement to construct an island for right-in/right-out access after a minimum of three years, and Casey’s pays the cost, up front with inflation, for the island.
A second public hearing will be held to rezone a vacant lot north of 1913 Highway A from R1-A single-family residence to C-2 general commercial.