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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA Monday, March 18, 2019 <br />5:30 p.m. Closed session as provided by Section 2.2-3712 of the Virginia Code Second Floor Conference Room (Boards & Commissions; Personnel) <br />6:30 p.m. <br />PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE ROLL CALL ANNOUNCEMENTS PROCLAMATIONS <br />Regular Meeting - CALL TO ORDER <br />Council Chambers <br />Statement of Solidarity Virginia Festival of the Book <br />1. CONSENT AGENDA*(Items removed from consent agenda will be considered at the end of the regular agenda) 5-0 (GALVIN/HILL) with item “b” pulled for discussion later in the meetinga.MINUTES: March 4, 2019 Special Meeting; March 6, 2019 Special Meeting; March 7, 2019 Special Meeting b.APPROPRIATION:State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP) Grant for 2019 - $14,086 – 1st of 2 readings – Pulled for discussion later in the meeting per Ms. Walker c.APPROPRIATION:Domestic Violence Services Coordinator Grant - $49,336 (1st of 2 readings) d.APPROPRIATION:Virginia Behavioral Health Docket Grant - $50,000 (1st of 2 readings) e.RESOLUTION:Capital Funding Transfer for Smith Recreation Center Air Quality Project - $300,000 (1st of 1 reading) f.RESOLUTION:10th & Page Park – land acquisition - $60,800 (1st of 1 reading) g.RESOLUTION:VDOT – Programmatic Project Administration Agreement (1st of 1 reading) h.ORDINANCE:Imposition of Fee for Fire Department Inspections (2nd of 2 readings) i.ORDINANCE:Telecommunications Franchise to MCI Communications (2nd of 2 readings) <br />CITY MANAGER RESPONSE TO COMMUNITY MATTERS (FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS) <br />COMMUNITY MATTERS Public comment is provided for up to 16 speakers at the beginning of the meeting (limit 3 minutes per speaker.) Pre-registration is available for up to 8 spaces, and pre-registered speakers are announced by noon the day of the meeting. The number of speakers is unlimited at the end of the meeting. <br />APPOINTMENTS Region 10 – Linda Hanson and Andre Lewis 5-0 (HILL/SIGNER) <br />2. PUBLIC HEARING Proposed Real Estate Tax Rate for FY2020 <br />3. PUBLIC HEARING City Manager’s Proposed Budget for FY2020 <br />4. PUBLIC HEARING/ORDINANCE Proposed Meals Tax Rate for FY2020 (1st of 2 readings) <br />5. PUBLIC HEARING/ORDINANCE Proposed Lodging Tax Rate for FY2020 (1st of 2 readings) <br />6. PUBLIC HEARING/ORDINANCE*Rezone 918 Nassau Street (Hogwaller Farm) to Mixed Use Highway Corridor (2nd of 2 readings) DENIAL 3-2 (GALVIN/HILL; No-) <br />7. PUBLIC HEARING/RESOLUTION* <br />Special use permit for 918 Nassau Street (Hogwaller Farm) for increased density (1st of 1 reading) No ACTION as rezoning request was denied. <br />8.REPORT:Bennett’s Village Playground <br />CONSENT AGENDA ITEM B. APPROPRIATION: <br />OTHER BUSINESS <br />MATTERS BY THE PUBLIC <br />State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP) Grant for 2019 - $14,086 – 1st of 2 readings – Pulled for discussion per Ms. Walker. APPROVED 5-0 (HILL/BELLAMY) <br />*ACTION NEEDED
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