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January 25th, 2022 NOTICE OF OPEN MEETING and VOTE TO CLOSE PART OF MEETING

Notice is hereby given that the City of Windsor Board of Aldermen will conduct a meeting at 7:30 p.m. on…

Notice is hereby given that the City of Windsor Board of Aldermen will conduct a meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 25, 2022, in City Hall located at 125 S Main. Meeting room is located at the back of the building.
The tentative agenda of this meeting includes:

  • Approval of Minutes
  • Presentation of Warrants for payment
  • Reports
    1. Collector’s Report
    2. Public Works Director’s Report
    3. City Admin Report
    4. City Attorney’s Report
    5. Fire Chief’s Report
    6. Sheriff’s Department Report
    7. Committee Reports:
    8. Planning and Zoning Commission
    9. Code Enforcement
    10. Windsor Area Chamber of Commerce
    11. Septemberfest Committee
    12. Community Betterment
  • Agenda Requests:
    • Old Business:
      1. Attorney Review of Ditzfeld Trash Service Contract
      2. Review Website and tech support bids
    • New Business:
      1. CPA Engagement Letter – Waterline Project
      2. Review MRWA Energy Audit
      3. Review Employee Survey
      4. Online Bill Pay/Customer Incentive
    • Miscellaneous Business:
      Vote to go into closed session as authorized by RSMO Sec. 610.021 (1) (2) (3) (12) (18).
      Representatives of the news media may obtain a copy of this notice by contacting:
      Lisa Lawless, City Clerk
      125 S. Main St.
      Windsor, MO 65360
      660-647-3512

Posted: Friday January 21, 2022 at 11:15 a.m.

1-27-2022 Notice of Public Meeting

The City of Windsor, MO is holding a Public Meeting to discuss the User Charge for the wastewater system improvements…

The City of Windsor, MO is holding a Public Meeting to discuss the User Charge for the wastewater system improvements proposed by MECO Engineering Company, Inc. which may be funded through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources State Revolving Loan Fund (SRF) program and/or other programs. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the impact of the project on user rates. The User Charge Public Meeting will be held on Thursday, January 27, 2022, at 7:30 PM at Windsor City Hall located at 125 S. Main St., Windsor, MO 65360. The public is invited to attend and may ask questions. For additional information please contact Lisa Lawless, City Administrator, at (660) 647-3512. Written comments will be entered into the hearing record if received within seven (7) days after the date of the hearing.

Public Hearing - 10-7-2021

Aggressive or Vicious Dog Public Hearing The City of Windsor Board of Alderman held an Aggressive or Vicious Dog public…

Aggressive or Vicious Dog Public Hearing

The City of Windsor Board of Alderman held an Aggressive or Vicious Dog public hearing for the dog known as Basha, Intake No. 21-31 on Thursday October 7th at 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall Meeting Room at 125 S Main.

  • Mayor Rollins called the public hearing to order at 7:30 pm with the following Aldermen present: John Morley, Debbie Bowers, Jakob Erdmann, Hanna Goosen and Newell Whetstone. Absent – Steve Clubine.
  • Mayor Rollins introduces Elizabeth Brewington as the owner of Basha, Intake No. 21-31 and states that Elizabeth was advised that she may have the assistance of counsel or may appear by counsel and shall have the right to present evidence.
  • Mayor Rollins states the hearing will not be conducted according to the rules of evidence. Any relevant evidence may be submitted and considered by the Board of Alderman. Today’s hearing will proceed in the following manner. The city will present its evidence first. Once the City’s case is presented, the Dog Owner will have an opportunity to present their case. Then the City will have an opportunity for rebuttal if it so chooses. Finally, the city and the Dog Owner will have an opportunity to make closing remarks in that respective order.

City may proceed.

  • City presents the police report # 2109-0783 from the dog bite incident that occurred on September 26th in which Basha Intake No. 21-31 bit an officer when they were responding to 206 Montgomery Street on a tip call of possible stolen property at the residence.
  • Lance Tucker Public Works Director was called to retrieve the dog after the bite occurred. When he responded to the residence the dog was acting in an aggressive manner and bit Lance on the hand. Since the dog has been in the custody the City employees have attempted to work with the dog but her demeanor is such that they are unable to even take care of her in a normal manner. Lance states his opinion is the dog is not safe to adopt or be placed back into the community.
  • Mayor Rollins informs the dog owner, Elizabeth Brewington, she may proceed with her evidence.
  • Elizabeth states she was not present at the dog bite incident at 206 Montgomery on September 26th but that she told the people at the residence to keep the dog away from people because she has been known to bite. Elizabeth is disabled and believes the dog acts in this aggressive manner as she has been Elizabeth’s protector. Elizabeth states the dog probably felt unsafe when the city employee was retrieving her and that is why she bit the employee. Elizabeth has had the dog for 1 year and 8 months and she resides at 302 E Jackson.
  • The Mayor opens the floor for closing remarks from the Alderman and Elizabeth Brewington on the evidence provided by the City and the dog owner.
  • After brief discussion the Mayor closes the hearing and asks the board for one of the following motions:
    • that evidence presented supports a finding that the dog known as Basha, Intake No. 21-31 is an aggressive dog as defined by the City Code, or that evidence presented supports a finding that the dog known as Basha, Intake No. 21-31 is a vicious dog as defined by the City Code, or that the evidence presented does not supports a finding that the dog known as Basha, Intake No. 21-31 is an aggressive or vicious dog as defined by the City Code.
  • Alderman Morley made a motion, seconded that the evidence presented supports a finding that the dog known as Basha, Intake No. 21-31 is a vicious dog as defined by the City Code
  • Roll call vote: Yes – John Morley and Jakob Erdmann, No –Debbie Bowers, Hanna Goosen and Newell Whetstone Absent – Steve Clubine 2 to 3 Motion Fails.
  • Alderman Whetstone made a motion, seconded that the evidence presented supports a finding that the dog known as Basha, Intake No. 21-31 is an aggressive dog as defined by the City Code
  • Roll call vote: Yes – Debbie Bowers, Jakob Erdmann, Hanna Goosen and Newell Whetstone No – John Morley Absent – Steve Clubine 4 to 1 Motion Passes.
  • Alderman Whetstone made a motion, seconded, to allow the dog owner 30 days to meet all the requirements set out in the aggressive dog ordinance with the stipulation that the owner show proof of application for Insurance and bids for fence and kennel within 7 days, all-in favor, motion carried.
  • Alderman Erdmann made a motion, seconded, to adjourn, all in favor, motion carried.

Hearing Adjourned 7:52 p.m.

Open Meeting - October 7, 2021

The City of Windsor Board of Aldermen held a special meeting on Thursday, October 7, 2021, at 7:45 p.m. in…

The City of Windsor Board of Aldermen held a special meeting on Thursday, October 7, 2021, at 7:45 p.m. in the City Hall Meeting Room at 125 S. Main.

  • Mayor Ricky Rollins called the meeting to order at 7:56 p.m. with the following Aldermen present: John Morley, Debbie Bowers, Jakob Erdmann, Hanna Goosen and Newell Whetstone. Absent- Steve Clubine.
  • Agenda Request – Konie Johnson would like to hook up to City Water at 1164 NE Hwy 2, which is outside City Limits.
  • Konie Johnson is not in attendance to present the request for water service. Lance Tucker, Public Works Director, states he met Konie Johnson and explained what they would need to meet sewer discharge requirements before water could be turned on and they failed to follow through, Lance states a short while after that meeting the resident illegally tapped into City Water and Lance capped the line and buried it and explained to them again that they had to meet the sewer requirements as they could not have water and dump raw sewage into the stream behind the property.
  • Alderman Erdmann made a motion, seconded, to deny the request from Konie Johnson for water service at 11630 NE Hwy 2, all in favor, motion carried.
  • Alderman Goosen made a motion, seconded, to approve the Boot Block for the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Wreaths for Veterans Drive on September 19th from 9am-12pm, all in favor, motion carried.
  • Alderman Morley made a motion, seconded, to adjourn, all in favor, motion carried.

Meeting Adjourned 8:06 p.m. Rick Rollins, Mayor Lisa Lawless, City Clerk Approved

Open Meeting - September 29, 2021

The City of Windsor Board of Aldermen held a special meeting on Wednesday, September 29, 2021, at 7:30 p.m. in…

The City of Windsor Board of Aldermen held a special meeting on Wednesday, September 29, 2021, at 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall meeting room at 125 S Main.

  • Mayor Ricky Rollins called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. with the following Aldermen present: John Morley, Steve Clubine, Jakob Erdmann, Hanna Goosen and Newell Whetstone. Absent-Debbie Bowers.
  • The Finance Budget Committee submitted the 2021-2022 Budget to the full Board of Alderman for approval.
  • Alderman Morley made a motion, seconded, to approve the 2021-2022 Budget as submitted, all in favor, motion carried. Alderman Morley made a motion, seconded, to read by title only Bill No. 21-11 (Chapter 105: Regular BOA Meeting Time), all in favor, motion carried.
  • Alderman Clubine made a motion, seconded, to accept the first reading of Bill No. 21-11 (Chapter 105: Regular BOA Meeting Time), all in favor, motion carried.
  • Alderman Morley made a motion, seconded, to read by title only a second time Bill No. 21-11 (Chapter 105: Regular BOA Meeting Time), all in favor, motion carried.
  • Alderman Morley made a motion, seconded, to accept the second reading of Bill No. 21-11 (Chapter 105: Regular BOA Meeting Time), all in favor, motion carried, Ordinance No. 2021-11 passed.

Open Sealed Sign Bids.

  • Gator Graphics: $4100
  • Infinity Signs: $7495
  • Alderman Goosen made a motion, seconded, to accept the sign bid from Gator Graphics, all in favor, motion carried.

Open Sealed Pool Renovation Bids.

  • Mid-America Pool Renovation is the only bid received. Discussion on the bid is tabled to a later meeting to allow time to review.
  • Alderman Morley made a motion, seconded, to approve the Boot Block for the Knights of Columbus Annual Tootsie Roll Drive on October 9th from 9am-12pm, all in favor, motion carried.
  • Discussion on Youth Wresting using the Annex or the Boy Scout cabin for a place to hold practice. Preference is the group use the Boy Scout cabin if it meets their needs.
  • Alderman Morley made a motion, seconded, to adjourn, all in favor, motion carried.

Meeting Adjourned 7:55 p.m. Rick Rollins, Mayor Lisa Lawless, City Clerk Approved

Open Meeting - September 23, 2021

The City of Windsor Finance Budget Committee held a special meeting on Thursday, September 23, 2021, at 7:30 p.m. in…

The City of Windsor Finance Budget Committee held a special meeting on Thursday, September 23, 2021, at 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall Meeting Room.

  • Chairman, John Morley called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. with the following Aldermen present: John Morley, Steve Clubine and Debbie Bowers
  • Alderman Clubine made a motion seconded, to approve the minutes, all in favor, motion carried.

Review of Budget.

  • Alderman Clubine made a motion, seconded, to send the 21-22 budget to the full Board for approval, all in favor, motion carried.
  • Alderman Bowers made a motion, seconded, to adjourn, all in favor, motion carried.

Meeting Adjourned: 7:38 p.m. John Morley, Chairman Lisa Lawless, City Clerk Approved

Open Meeting - September 22, 2021

The City of Windsor Finance Budget Committee held a special meeting on Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. in…

The City of Windsor Finance Budget Committee held a special meeting on Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall Meeting Room.

  • Chairman, John Morley called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. with the following Aldermen present: John Morley, Steve Clubine and Debbie Bowers
  • Alderman Clubine made a motion seconded, to approve the minutes, all in favor, motion carried.

Review of Budget.

  • Alderman Bowers made a motion, seconded, to adjourn, all in favor, motion carried.

Meeting Adjourned: 9:09 p.m. John Morley, Chairman Lisa Lawless, City Clerk Approved

Public Hearing - August 23, 2021

The City of Windsor Board of Aldermen held a Public Tax Levy Hearing on Monday, August 23, 2021, at 7:30…

The City of Windsor Board of Aldermen held a Public Tax Levy Hearing on Monday, August 23, 2021, at 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall Annex.

  • Mayor Ricky Rollins called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. with the following Aldermen present: John Morley, Debbie Bowers, Steve Clubine, Jakob Erdmann, Hanna Goosen and Newell Whetstone.
  • Mayor Rollins opens the hearing to public comments. No citizens in attendance.
  • Alderman Morley made a motion, seconded, to adjourn, all in favor, motion carried.

Meeting Adjourned 7:33 p.m. Ricky Rollins, Mayor Lisa Lawless, City Clerk Approved

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