VILLAGE OF FOUR SEASONS BOARD OF TRUSTEES

REGULAR MEETING NOTICE

133 Cherokee Road

Four Seasons, MO  65049

Phone:  573-365-3833

 

MEETING NOTICE

November 9th, 2022, Time:  5:30 P.M.

 

The meeting is an open meeting to the public in accordance with the provisions of

Sections 610.010 to 610.030 RSMO.  An agenda follows:

 

AGENDA

 

  1. CALL TO ORDER - ROLL CALL

  2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

  3. CONSENT TO AGENDA
  • Approval of Minutes – October 6th, 2022, Special Open Meeting
  • Approval of Minutes – October 12th, 2022, Regular Meeting

  1. FINANCE REPORT

  2. REPORTS—FUNCTIONAL ASSIGNMENT
  • Tony Baldridge –Technology/IT; License & Grants; Commissions (P&Z, BOA); P&Z Administration

  • Randy Engel –HSBRD Liaison; CCPWSD#4 Liaison; Personnel; ARP

  • Dave Perdue – Law Enforcement Liaison; Bldg. Codes/Permits; Streetlights; Fire Dept Liaison.

  • Ron Weihs – Gardens & Parks; Hiking & Biking Paths; HOA Boards; Emergency Management

  • Jim Holcomb – Policy Development; Community Planning/Public Relations; Legislative Affairs; POA Liaison

  1. OLD BUSINESS
  • 22.04 Trash Ordinance
  • 22.05 Golf Cart Ordinance
  • R22.02 Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant Application
  • 22.06 Use Tax
  1. PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS REPORT

  2. CLERKS REPORT

  3. PUBLIC VOICE

  4. DATE OF NEXT MEETING- December 14th, 2022

  5. ADJOURNMENT-

 

Posted on front door of the Village Hall at 9 a.m., Tuesday, November 8th, 2022, as required by Section 610.020.1 RSMO.

 

Disabled persons:  If you have a need addressed by the American Disabilities Act; notify us at the address and telephone number listed in the heading of this notice in advance of any meeting you plan to attend so we may accommodate any special needs.

 

ATTEST:

 

 

 

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Shannon Sullivan, Village Clerk                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VILLAGE OF FOUR SEASONS ORDINANCES TO BE ADOPTED AT THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING NOVEMBER 9TH, 2022


ORDINANCE NO. 22.04
AN ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF FOUR SEASONS, MISSOURI ADDING CHAPTER 8 – BUILDINGS AND BUILDING REGULATIONS ARTICLE V. –– TRASH ENCLOSURES
WHEREAS, after due and proper consideration, the Trustees of the Village of Four Seasons, Missouri finds that adding Article V – Trash Enclosures to the Four Seasons Village Code as herein provided is in the best interests of the residents of the Village and is desirable for the welfare of the Village’s government and affairs.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF FOUR SEASONS, MISSOURI, THAT CHAPTER 8 – BUILDINGS AND BUILDING REGULATIONS ARTICLE V. –– TRASH ENCLOSURES SHALL BE ADDED AND READ AS FOLLOWS:
(a.)All refuse containers shall be hidden from public view within a walled enclosure with minimum height of five feet. Trash enclosure must completely conceal the refuse container and contained within the property boundaries. Base of trash enclosure must be of poured concrete or gravel. Clearance between the base pad and the siding of the enclosure must be no greater than 6”. The siding of the enclosure must match and/or compliment the materials and colors of the residence/development. The upper one-third of the front of the trash enclosure is reserved for the placement of the Camden County E911 address. The numbering is to be of a minimum four inches in height. Refuse containers shall always remain within the trash enclosures at all times, except when removing the contents thereof. The trash enclosure shall be maintained in a neat, clean, sanitary, and proper mechanical condition at all times. Such maintenance shall include but is not limited to: (1) Replacing missing or damaged boards, posts, concrete blocks, or hinges, as needed; and (2) Any painted or stained wooden, metal, or concrete screening shall be maintained in a well-painted and stained condition; and (3) Removing and replacing any dead or diseased portions of any barrier. The Village may require specific maintenance if necessary to eliminate an unsightly or dangerous condition.
(b.)There shall be no other use of the trash enclosures except to store residential refuse containers. Any usable items, or materials on or within these areas shall be considered garbage, junk, refuse, rubbish, solid waste, or other waste and shall be disposed of accordingly.
(c.)The type and location of a trash enclosure shall be specified in the site plan of any remodeling or new construction.
(d.)All refuse containers shall be cleaned frequently with hot, soapy, pressurized water. The Village may require additional cleaning or repair as necessary, to eliminate obnoxious odors or other dangerous or unsanitary conditions.
(e.)The owner or occupant of all premises shall separate all limbs, brush, leaves, yard waste or other natural woody material from all other garbage, trash, or other solid waste, and shall be responsible for making separate provisions for disposal of these materials and they shall not be placed within the trash enclosure for any reason.
(f.) The provisions of this chapter shall be enforced by the "Code Enforcement Inspector" or “Village Inspector” or other agents of the Village so hired and directed by the Trustees to do so and shall hereinafter together be referred to as the "inspector."
(g.)Any person who violates this chapter commits an offense punishable by a fine in accordance with Section 479.353 RSMo or by a fine or not more than current state statutes allow.
(h.)The requirement of construction, maintenance and use of a trash enclosure shall not apply to those homes located within a recognized subdivision or complex that provides a central collection receptacle or dumpster for its residents use in disposing of garbage, junk, refuse, rubbish, solid waste, or other household waste, unless the individual homeowner of this subdivision chooses to have a private refuse container in which all applicable regulations are required.
PASSED AND APPROVED, after two (2) readings this 9th day of November 2022.

ATTEST:

 

__________________
Shannon Sullivan, Clerk

 

 

_____________________________________
James T. Holcomb, Chairman Board of Trustees

 


Approved as to form:


______________________
Todd Miller, Village Attorney

 

 

ORDINANCE NO. 22.05
AN ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF FOUR SEASONS, MISSOURI AMENDING THE FOUR SEASONS VILLAGE CODE AT CHAPTER 30-
TRAFFIC AND VEHICLES
WHEREAS, after due and proper consideration, the Trustees of the Village of Four Seasons, Missouri, finds that amending the Four Seasons Village Code as herein provided is in the best interests of the residents of the Village and is desirable for the welfare of the Village's government and affairs.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF FOUR SEASONS, MISSOURI, AS FOLLOWS:
By adding Chapter 30 - TRAFFIC AND VEHICLES, Article I - IN GENERAL, Sec. 30-9. Vehicles Prohibited, to read as follows:
Sec. 30-9 - Vehicles Prohibited
(a) Definitions. The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this article, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning: "All-terrain vehicle" means any motorized vehicle manufactured and use exclusively for off-road use which is fifty (50) inches or less in width, with an unladen dry weight of six hundred (600) pounds or less, traveling on three (3), four (4) or more low pressure tires with a seat designed to be straddled by the operator and handlebars for steering control. See Section 301.010 (1) RSMo.
"Off-road vehicle" means any vehicle designed for or capable of cross-country travel on or immediately over land, water, ice, snow, marsh, swampland of other natural terrain without the benefit of a road or trail. See Section 304.001 (9) RSMo.
"Utility vehicle" means a motorized vehicle that is manufactured and used exclusively for off-highway use, which is more than 50 inches, but no more than So inches in width, with an unladen dry weight of 3,500 pounds or less, traveling on four or six wheels, to be used primarily for landscaping, lawn care, or maintenance purposes. See Section 301.010 (71) RSMo.
"Recreational off-highway vehicle" means any motorized vehicle manufactured and used exclusively for off-highway use, which is more than 50 inches, but no more than 80 inches in width, with an unladen dry weight of 3,500 pounds or less, traveling on four or more non-highway tires and which may have access to ATV trails. See Section 301.010 (50) RSMo.
"Golf cart" means a motor vehicle that is designed and manufactured for operation primarily on a golf course for sporting or recreational purposes and that has been manufactured by the original manufacturer to not be capable of exceeding speeds of twenty (20) miles per hour. See Section 304.034. 3 RSMo.
"Motorized play vehicle" means any dune buggy, mini-motorcycle, pocket bike, pocket motorcycle or any other vehicle that is capable of transporting a person or persons at a speed in excess of twenty (20) miles per hour which is self-propelled by a motor or engine and that is not otherwise defined by Missouri Statutes or this Code as a motor vehicle, motorcycle, bicycle, or motorized bicycle.
(b) Prohibition. No person shall ride on or operate an "all-terrain vehicle", "off-road vehicle", "utility vehicle", "recreational off-highway vehicle", "golf cart", or "motorized play vehicle" upon any street, highway, roadway, trail or sidewalk within the Village or within the boundaries of any Village Park. This section does not apply to vehicles operated by the state, county or local governments; the Village or vehicles operated at events authorized by the Village; vehicles operated for debris removal or snow removal; vehicles operated by law enforcement, fire and rescue, and first responders. Further, this section does not apply to devices used by verifiable handicapped persons nor to the
operation of Class 1 electric bikes which provide assistance only when the rider is pedaling and that ceases to provide assistance when reaching a speed of twenty miles per hour. Section 301.010 (15) (a).
(c) Violation - Penalty. The violation of any of the provisions of this article will be punishable under the provisions of Section 479.353.1(1) (b) RSMo (two hundred dollars for the first municipal ordinance violation, two hundred seventy-five dollars for the second municipal ordinance violation, three hundred fifty dollars for the third municipal ordinance violation, and four hundred fifty dollars for fourth and any subsequent municipal ordinance violations.).
This Amended Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage.
PASSED AND APPROVED after two (2) readings this 9th day of November, 2022.

ATTEST:

 

_______________________
Shannon Sullivan, Village Clerk

 

____________________________________
James T. Holcomb, Chairman Board of Trustees

 

Approved as to form:

 

______________________
Todd Miller, Village Attorney                                                                                    

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