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Appropriation re: <br />$24,500 Belmont sewer <br />& drainage project <br />(2nd reading) <br /> <br />Appropriation re: <br />$16,515 Chesapeake <br />St. drainage project <br />(2nd reading) <br /> <br />Execute session <br /> <br />for the present from a discussion or vote in the matter. On <br />motion by Mr. Albro, seconded by Ms. Gleason, Council unanimously <br />approved the staff's recommendation, Mr. C0nover abstaining. <br /> <br /> An appropriation of $24,500 for the Belmont sewer and drainage <br />project which was offered at the meeting of November 3 was adopted <br />by the following vote~ Ayes: Mr. AlbrQ, Mr. Buck, Mr. Conover, Ms. <br />Gleason, Dr, Hall. Noes: None. <br /> <br /> An appropriation of $16,515 for the Chesapeake Street drainage <br />project which was offered at the meeting of November 3 was adopted <br />by the following vote, Ayes: Mr. Albro, Mr. Buck, Mr. Conover, Ms. <br />Gleason, Dr. Hall. Noes: None. <br /> <br /> On motion by Mr. Conover~ seconded by Mr. Albro, Council <br />unanimously agreed to meet in executive session to discuss matters <br />exempted by Section 2.1-344(a)(1)(Personnel) and (6)(Legal) of <br />the Virginia Freedom of Information ~ct. <br /> <br /> Clerk <br /> <br />Regular session <br /> <br />Approval of minutes <br /> <br />Matters by the public <br /> <br />COUNCIL CHAMBER - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1980 <br />Council met in regular session on this date with the following <br />members present: Mr. Albro, Mr. Buck, Mr. Conover, Ms. Gleason, <br />Dr. Hall. Absent: None. <br /> <br /> On motion by Mr. Albro, seconded by Dr. Hall, the minutes of <br />November 3 were unanimously approved as presented. On motion by <br />Mr. Conover, seconded by Mr. Albro, the minutes of November 10 <br />were unanimously approved as presented. <br /> <br /> Mr. John Marston, president of the Barracks/Rugby/Preston <br />Neighborhood Association, presented individual speakers from the <br />neighborhood whose remarks opposed the erection of lights at <br />Washington Park. <br /> <br /> Ms. Marguerite West of 1112 Preston Avenue said that the <br />City's 1979 Comprehensive Plan identifies Washington Park as a <br />neighborhood park, rather than a community park or major park, ~- <br />but it is presently being used by a city-wide softball league <br />of about 170 teams playing from April to September. She pointed <br />out that this use violates the definition of neighborhood park <br />given in the Comprehensive Plan. <br /> <br /> Rev. William Guthrie of Trinity Episcopal Church at 1042 <br />Preston Avenue remarked that the city-wide use of Washington <br />Park has resulted in several problems: (1) inadequate parking <br />space, (2) lack of vehicle access to the ball park area, (3) <br />lack of facilities of changing clothes, (4) lack of bathroom <br />facilities. He further pointed out that the proposed lighting <br /> <br />has been recommended for the purpose of improving the safety of <br />the park rat~er than providing lighting for softball games. <br /> Mr. Alphonso~ Tinsley, Sr.~ of 2306 Glenn Court, stated that <br />the area between the ball park and Preston Avenue has become a <br /> <br /> <br />
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