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215 <br /> <br />NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING <br /> <br />A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL WILL BE HELD ON Wednesday, <br />May 8, 1991 AT 12:00 noon IN THE Johnson Elementary School. <br /> <br />THE PROPOSED AGENDA IS AS FOLLOWS: <br /> <br />Luncheon meeting with School Board <br /> <br />BY ORDER OF THE MAYOR <br /> <br />BY Jeanne Cox (signed) <br /> <br />JOHNSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - May 8, 1991 <br /> <br /> Council met in special session on this date with the <br />following members present: Rev. Edwards, Ms. Slaughter, Mr. <br />Toscano, Mr. Vandever. Absent: Ms. Waters. <br /> <br /> Ms. Slaughter, at the request of Ms. Waters, asked if <br />Council would agree to ask the Historic Landmarks Commission <br />for their recommendation on whether the Brasco Bay Property <br />located at 800 Deleven Street should continue to be listed as <br />an historic design control district in the zoning ordinance. <br /> <br /> It was the consensus of Council to send the matter to <br />the Historic Landmarks Commission for their recommendation. <br /> <br /> Mr. Robert Moje, an architect, gave Council and the <br />School Board a tour of Johnson School and discussed capital <br />improvements proposed for the property. <br /> <br />e e 'ng was adjourned. <br /> <br />President <br /> <br />C~k ~I <br /> <br />COUNCIL CHAMBER - May 20, 1991 <br /> <br /> Council met in regular session on this date with the <br />following members present: Rev. Edwards, Ms. Slaughter, Mr. <br />Toscano, Mr. Vandever, Ms. Waters. <br /> <br />MINUTES <br /> <br /> On motion by Ms. Waters, seconded by Ms. Slaughter, the <br />minutes of the May 6th meeting were unanimously approved as <br />presented. <br /> <br /> On motion by Ms. Slaughter, seconded by Mr. Vandever, <br />the minutes of the May 8th meeting were approved as <br />presented, with Ms. Waters abstaining from the vote. <br /> <br />PUBLIC <br /> <br /> Mr. Rick Brown of 325 7 1/2 Street, S.W., President of <br />the Fifeville Neighborhood Association, made the following <br />comments about the proposed Fifeville Square development on <br />King Street: residents of Fifeville were not properly <br />informed about the plan; the Planning Commission recommended <br />approval, of the proposal even though a number of people spoke <br />out against the proposal at the public hearing; the <br />development would put too many people in too little space; <br />the proposal is contrary to the City's Comprehensive Plan and <br />Housing Strategy; plans for parking are inadequate; and the <br />narrow streets in the neighborhood cannot support the <br />increased traffic. Mr. Brown recommended that the developer <br />consider other options for the property and invited Council <br />for a walking tour of the proposed development on May 29th. <br /> <br /> Rev. Edwards stated that he and M~s. Waters will be <br />absent at the June 3rd meeting and the special permit for the <br />King Street development proposal will appear on the June 17th <br />agenda. <br /> <br /> <br />