Mayor:
David Grant
           

Councilmembers:
Brenda Holden
Fran Holmes
Dave McClung
Steve Scott     


arden hills
Regular City Council
Agenda
  April 26, 2021
7:00 p.m.
City Hall

Address:
1245 W Highway 96
Arden Hills MN 55112

Phone:
651-792-7800

Website:
www.cityofardenhills.org
City Vision
Arden Hills is a strong community that values its unique environmental setting, strong residential neighborhoods, vital business community, well-maintained infrastructure, fiscal soundness, and our long-standing tradition as a desirable City in which to live, work, and play.

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CALL TO ORDER
1.

APPROVAL OF AGENDA


2.

PUBLIC INQUIRIES/INFORMATIONAL

This is an opportunity for citizens to bring to the Council’s attention any items not currently on the agenda which are relevant to the City. In addressing the Council, you must first state your name and address for the record. To allow adequate time for each person wishing to address the Council, speakers must limit their comments to three (3) minutes. Written documents may be distributed to the Council prior to the meeting to allow a more timely presentation. Speakers should not use obscene, profane, or threatening language, or make personal attacks. Matters of litigation involving the City shall not be discussed during Public Inquiry by citizens or Council. The Council may not respond to speaker comments, engage in a debate, or take any action on the issues raised by citizens, but may direct City staff to research or follow up on an issue, if desired by Council. If Council directs further review by staff, the results of that review will be presented at a following regular Council meeting.
3.

RESPONSE TO PUBLIC INQUIRIES

4.

PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS


4.A.

Proclamation Recognizing May 16-22, 2021 as National Public Works Week

Mayor Grant
5.

STAFF COMMENTS


5.A.

COVID-19 Update

Dave Perrault, City Administrator
Documents:
  1. Memo.pdf
5.B.

Transportation Update

David Swearingen, Interim Public Works Director
Documents:
  1. Memo.pdf
6.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES


6.A.

April 12, 2021 Special City Council Executive Session (Closed)

Documents:
  1. 04-12-21 SEC.pdf
6.B.

April 12, 2021 Regular City Council

Documents:
  1. 04-12-21-R.pdf
7.

CONSENT CALENDAR

Those items listed under the Consent Calendar are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion under a Consent Calendar format.  There will be no separate discussion of these items, unless a Councilmember so requests, in which event, the item will be removed from the general order of business and considered separately in its normal sequence on the agenda.
7.A.

Motion to Approve Claims and Payroll

Gayle Bauman, Finance Director
Pang Silseth, Accounting Analyst
Documents:
  1. Memo.pdf
7.B.

Motion to Approve First Quarter Financials

Gayle Bauman, Finance Director
7.C.

Motion to Approve 2022 Budget Calendar

Gayle Bauman, Finance Director
7.D.

Motion to Approve Ordinance 2021-002 Amending the 2021 Fee Schedule in Relation to Tobacco Violation Fees and Authorize Publication of Summary Ordinance

Julie Hanson, City Clerk
7.E.

Motion to Approve Amendments to Development Agreement and Stormwater and Recreational Facilities Operation and Maintenance Agreement – Arden Hills Senior Housing (Trident Development) – PC 19-002

Jane Kansier, AICP, Planning Consultant
7.F.

Motion to Approve Resolution 2021-023 Ordering Preparation of Feasibility Report – Arden Oaks Street Improvements

David Swearingen, Interim Public Works Director
7.G.

Motion to Approve Purchase of Replacement Pump for Lift Station No. 14

David Swearingen, Interim Public Works Director
7.H.

Motion to Authorize Granting Permanent Easements for Sanitary Sewer Purposes Located at 6 Pine Tree Drive and 8 Pine Tree Drive

David Swearingen, Interim Public Works Director
7.I.

Motion to Approve Resolution 2021-024 Accepting Donation from Arden Hills Foundation for Park Bench at Crepeau Park

Joe Vaughan, Recreation Programmer
8.

PULLED CONSENT ITEMS

Those items that are pulled from the Consent Calendar will be removed from the general order of business and considered separately in its normal sequence on the agenda.
9.

PUBLIC HEARINGS


9.A.

Snelling Avenue and County Road E Street and Utility Improvements Project

David Swearingen, Interim Public Works Director
9.B.

Amended Planned Unit Development and Site Plan – Boston Scientific – 4100 Hamline Avenue N – PC 21-001

Jane Kansier, AICP, Planning Consultant

9.C.

Conditional Use Permit Amendment and Site Plan - Bethel University (Football Field) – 3900 Bethel Drive – PC 21-002

Jane Kansier, AICP, Planning Consultant
Corrin Bemis, Planning Consultant
9.D.

Amended Planned Unit Development and Site Plan – 3787 Lexington Avenue – PC 21-004 (Lexington Station Phase 3)

Jane Kansier, AICP, Planning Consultant
10.

NEW BUSINESS


10.A.

Resolution 2021-025 Ordering Improvement and Preparation of Plans and Specifications – Snelling Avenue N and County Road E Street and Utility Improvements Project

David Swearingen, Interim Public Works Director
10.B.

Amended Planned Unit Development and Site Plan Review – Boston Scientific – 4100 Hamline Avenue N – PC 21-001

Jane Kansier, AICP, Planning Consultant
Documents:
  1. Memo.pdf
10.C.

Resolution 2021-026 Conditional Use Permit Amendment and Site Plan - Bethel University (Football Field) – 3900 Bethel Drive – PC 21-002

Jane Kansier, AICP, Planning Consultant
Corrin Bemis, Planning Consultant
10.D.

Amended Planned Unit Development and Site Plan Review – 3787 Lexington Avenue – PC 21-004 (Lexington Station Phase 3)

Jane Kansier, AICP, Planning Consultant
Documents:
  1. Memo.pdf
11.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS


12.

COUNCIL/STAFF COMMENTS


ADJOURN