s to meet Monday night for its regular meeting, that will included a vote over a one percent sales tax hike forat the Missouri River.
The council's agenda also indicates it would be approving elements on the outlet mall site plan. The proposed outlet stores shopping center would be a 55-acre development on former farmland along Highway 40/64.
Site plans typically deal with landscaping, lighting, layout, buildings, and generally, the mapping out of the proposed development.
In recent weeks, the city has heard , which would add a one percent sales tax to purchases.
On the other hand, the developer said changes to the farmland that would be brought about by
City leaders said The developer must invest in the property prior to getting the tax advantage, and if the development is not done within a limited time period, the tax district would end.
In other business, the council is expected to consider whether to allot $60,000 for a study of fixes for Schoettler Road, which runs between Highway 40/64 and Clayton Road.
Chesterfield took over maintenance of the road from the county a couple of years ago, and the city's Public Works department describes how it does not meet city standards for drainage, sidewalks, roadway geometry, alignment, and needs a replacement bridge over Creve Coeur Creek.
The study may also look at right-of-way/easements and other factors that could play a role in other future enhancements. Officials said the surface of the road was good.
Other topics on the agenda include fire hydrants for Wild Horse Creek Road, lot-splitting, AT&T antennas on cell towers, and more.
The council's pre-council agenda meeting begins at 6:30pm in a conference room behind the main chambers, and is open to the public.