The Washington City Council will review three ordinances for equipment and other purchases for the city’s IT department.
The department has requested approval for the purchase of audio and camera equipment from Wilson Video Productions, as well as “block time” for IT support.
The council will meet Tuesday, Feb. 20, in the lower level of Washington City Hall.
Also on the agenda is an ordinance for a special use permit to allow a company to permanently remove a flag from a cell tower located at 85 Cecelia Drive. The city’s planning commission approved the special use permit with a 5-4 vote.
The council is poised to approve ordinances for requests by the developer of the Overlook at Weber Farms.
On Feb. 12, the planning board unanimously approved the annexation of 4.19 acres, rezoning of 3.58 acres in the subdivision and a preliminary plat all requested by Vic Hoerstkamp of Northern Star Homes.
The annexation is for property directly south of the existing subdivision. It is adjacent to the existing city limits and will have access via Shirley Close Road and Kuenzel Drive, according to Sal Maniaci, community and economic development director.
Hoerstkamp requested that the property be annexed into the city as R-10 single-family residential.
A second application was a request to rezone 3.58 acres, situated between the existing subdivision and the proposed annexation, from R-1A 10,000-square-feet single-family residential to R-1D 7,500-square-foot residential.
Hoerstkamp also requested approval of a preliminary plat for the Overlook at Weber Farms Plat 3. This next phase of the subdivision includes the extension of Kuenzel Drive and Shirley Close Road to allow for the creation of 25 lots, according to Maniaci.
The plat proposes to terminate Kuenzel Drive by connecting it to Shirley Close Road as well as terminating Shirley Close Road with a 96-foot-wide cul-de-sac.
Also on the agenda is an ordinance accepting the approval of a proposal by Jim Brinker Recycling, Inc., to provide collection and payment on scrap metal.