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October 26, 2021

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the City of O'Fallon will conduct a Public Hearing before the City Council on November 15, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the O'Fallon Municipal Centre located at 100 North Main Street, O'Fallon, Missouri, regarding an Ordinance adopting the redistricting recommendation approved by the Apportionment Commission on October 14, 2021 pursuant to Section 3.2 of the O'Fallon City Charter, and matters relating thereto. A copy of the proposed Ordinance and exhibits (legal descriptions and map) are currently available for review at the City of O'Fallon Municipal Centre, located at 100 North Main Street, O'Fallon, Missouri, 8:30 AM till 4:30 PM - Monday through Friday. The City Council is scheduled to consider this draft Ordinance at its meetings on October 28, 2021 and November 15, 2021. A complete copy, including exhibits, is posted on the City’s website at www.ofallon.mo.us BILL NO. ____ORDINANCE NO. ____ Sponsored by: Mayor Hennessy AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING A PLAN FOR REDISTRICTING THE CITY OF O’FALLON BASED ON THE 2020 DECENNIAL CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES PURSUANT TO SECTION 3.2 OF THE O’FALLON CITY CHARTER, AND MATTERS RELATING THERETO. WHEREAS, due to the COVID 19 pandemic and other reasons the United States Census Bureau was substantially delayed in releasing the population data needed for the municipal redistricting process; and WHEREAS, on August 26, 2021, the City Council appointed the 2021 Apportionment Commission for the City of O’Fallon, Missouri, pursuant to Section 3.2(B) of the City Charter; and WHEREAS, the Apportionment Commission has prepared for consideration by the City Council a plan for redistricting the boundaries of the five (5) City Council wards based on the 2020 Decennial Census of the United States; and WHEREAS, the City Council held a public hearing on November 15, 2021, regarding the proposed plan; and WHEREAS, the City Council has studied that proposal, and considered the best interests of the residents of the City with respect to equality of representation, communities of interest, compactness and other relevant circumstances; and WHEREAS, the City Council is now prepared to adopt the proposed ward boundaries hereinafter provided and to redistrict the City into the five (5) wards as hereinafter described, all in accord with Section 3.2 of the City Charter; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF O’FALLON, MISSOURI, AS FOLLOWS: Section One. Effective with the general municipal election on April 5, 2022, the City of O’Fallon shall be redistricted and redivided into five (5) wards for purposes of electing members of the City Council. The boundaries and areas of each of the five (5) wards shall be as described and delineated on Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. Section Two. The City Clerk and the Election Authority of St. Charles County are instructed and authorized to take all steps necessary to implement this Ordinance in time for the conduct of the April 5, 2022, general municipal election for the City of O’Fallon. Section Three. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, and approval by the Mayor. First Reading: _______________ Second Reading: _____________ PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL FOR THE CITY OF O’FALLON, MISSOURI, THIS _____ DAY OF _________, 2021. Presiding Officer Attest: Deborah Ryan, City Clerk APPROVED THIS _____ DAY OF __________, 2021. Bill Hennessy, Mayor Attest: Deborah Ryan, City Clerk Approved as to Form: Kevin M. O’Keefe, Legal Counsel Ward One. Shall consist of those voters residing in an area beginning at the intersection of I-70 and South Main St., north along the centerline of South Main St. and continuing along the centerline of North Main St. to the intersection of North Main St. and Old Hwy 79, then continuing north and including all areas to the northernmost city limits (here and thenceforth as of October 2021), then southeast along the centerline of Hwy 79 including all areas west of Hwy 79 and east of North Main St./South Main St., to the intersection of Hwy 79 and Veterans Memorial Pkwy, west along the right-of-way of Veterans Memorial Pkwy, to its intersection with Belleau Creek Dr., south along the centerline of Belleau Creek Dr. but including the few parcels east of Belleau Creek Dr. within city limits near its intersection with Veterans Memorial Pkwy, continuing along the centerline of Knaust Rd., including all of Chadwyck subdivision, to the point where Knaust Rd. enters Calumet Ranch subdivision, therefrom west along the boundaries between Calumet Ranch, Hutchings Farm, and Hutchings Farm Commercial subdivisions on the south and Huntington Downs, Timber Hills, Butternut Stage, Whitegate Villas, and the Shops at Laura Hill subdivisions on the north, to the right-of-way of Hwy K, then north along the centerline of Hwy K to its intersection with I-70, the point of beginning. Ward Two. Shall consist of those voters residing in an area beginning at the intersection of Hwy K and Fallon Pkwy, north along the centerline of Hwy K, to the point on the centerline of Hwy K immediately adjacent to the borderline of Hutchings Farm Commercial subdivision and the Shops at Laura Hill, east along the boundaries between Hutchings Farm Commercial, Hutchings Farm, and Calumet Ranch subdivisions on the south, and the shops at Laura Hill, Whitegate Villas, Butternut Stage, Timber Hills, and Huntington Downs subdivisions on the north, to its intersection with Knaust Rd and progressing south along the centerline of Knaust — but including the section of Calumet Ranch subdivision to the east of Knaust — to include all areas east of Hwy K as far south as Hwy 40, continuing from Hwy 40 west to its intersection with Phoenix Pkwy, then following the centerline of Phoenix Pkwy easterly to a point immediately adjacent to the eastern boundary of Park Place and the western boundary of Stoney Mountain Village, then southerly along the boundaries between Park Place and Stoney Mountain Village and continuing along the western boundary of Sleepy Hollow Village and the current city limits to the southeast including Carriage Hills to its intersection with Weldon Springs Road, then northeast along Weldon Springs Rd to the northwest corner of Fieldstone Farms subdivision, then northeast along the northern border of Fieldstone Farms subdivision, then generally northeast across Dardenne Creek to the western then the northern boundary of Sports Park II, north via the right-of-way of Tri Sport Cir to its intersection with Waterford Crossing, east along the centerline of Waterford Crossing to Hwy K, and north along the centerline of Hwy K to its intersection with Fallon Pkwy, the point of beginning. Ward Three. Shall consist of those voters residing in an area beginning at the intersection of Highway 40 and Phoenix Pkwy, then following the centerline of Phoenix Pkwy easterly to a point immediately adjacent to the eastern boundary of Park Place and the western boundary of Stoney Mountain Village, then southerly along the boundaries between Park Place and Stoney Mountain Village and continuing along the western and southern boundary of Sleepy Hollow Village and the southern and eastern boundary of The Knolls to its intersection on the southern boundary of The Villages at Dardenne- Oakland Village, then easterly to it’s intersection with Henning Road, then northerly along Henning road to the north boundary of The Villages at Dardenne-Oakland Village, then along the northern boundary of The Villages at Dardenne-Oakland Village and the northern and eastern boundary of Whitetail Estates to a point in the centerline of Bates Road, then along Bates Road to the west and north to its intersection with Page South Outer Road/Highway N, then westerly along Page South Outer Road/Highway N to a point on the westernmost city limits and proposed development named “Harvest”, then southerly and easterly along the westernmost boundary (here and thenceforth as of October 2021) to it’s intersection with Highway DD, then easterly along Highway DD and including the areas to the south that fall within the city limits and all areas to the north to its intersection with Highway 40, then southeasterly along Highway 40 to its intersection with Phoenix Pkwy, the point of beginning. Ward Four. Shall consist of those voters residing in an area beginning at the intersection of Mexico Rd and Hwy K, south along the centerline of Hwy K to its intersection with Waterford Crossing, continuing west along the centerline of Waterford Crossing to the eastern border of Waterford Crossing subdivision, then north along said border to the southern border of Villages at Dardenne — Prairie Village, then continuing west across the southern border of Villages at Dardenne — Prairie Village, proceeding in a northwesterly direction following the western border of Villages at Dardenne — Prairie Village to the centerline of McClure Rd, following said centerline north to a point adjacent to the southern boundary of Twin Chimneys-Coachline subdivision, then following the southern and eastern boundary of Twin Chimneys-Coachline and continuing along the eastern and southern boundary of Twin Chimneys-Rock Church and the southern boundary of Twin Chimneys-Plum Grove, Twin Chimneys-Little Oak, and Twin Chimneys-Walnut Grove to its intersection with Bates Road, then northerly to its intersection with Page South Outer Road/Highway N, then southeasterly along Page South Outer Road/Highway N to its intersection with the western boundary of Villages at Dardenne — Bates Village subdivision, north along that subdivision boundary, northwest along the western subdivision boundary of Royal Springs Manor, continuing northwest along the southern boundary of Bayfield subdivision and continuing on to southern boundary of Feise Forest subdivision, to its intersection with Feise Rd., west to the westernmost city limit immediately adjacent and north of Feise Rd, generally northwest along that boundary to the southwest corner of Great Warrior Meadows subdivision, north along the western boundaries of Sunset Ridge Estates, Bryan Valley, then easterly along the northern boundary of Bryan Valley and Bryan Valley Commercial to the centerline of Bryan Rd, south along the centerline of Bryan Rd to its intersection with Mexico Rd, and east along the centerline of Mexico Rd to its intersection with Hwy K, the point of beginning. Ward Five. Shall consist of those voters residing in an area beginning at the intersection of I-70 and South Main St., north along the centerline of South Main St. and continuing along the centerline of N. Main St., to its intersection with Old Hwy 79, then west and south including all areas north of I-70 and west of N. Main/S. Main, to the centerline of Veterans Memorial Pkwy near the northern boundary of O'Fallon Lakes subdivision, then south and east along the western and southern boundaries of O’Fallon Lakes subdivision, then south along the western boundaries of Thornbury Crossing-Tyndale Village, Thornbury Crossing-Westbury Village, and Thornbury Crossing-Chantry Village, then east along the southern boundary of Thronbury Crossing-Chantry Village and continuing along the northern boundary of Bryan Valley and Bryan Valley Commercial east to its intersection with Bryan Rd, then south along the centerline of Bryan Rd to its intersection with Mexico Rd, then east along the centerline of Mexico Rd to its intersection with Hwy K and north along Hwy K to the point of beginning.  12047304 St. Charles 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, 2021

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