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HomeMy Public PortalAbout20100513CCSynopsisSynopsis prepared 05/14/10dw Page 1 of 4 20100513 City Council Synopsis Mayor Buelterman called the Consent Agenda meeting to order at 6:30pm on Thursday, April 22, 2010. Council Members present were Mayor pro tem Shirley Sessions, Wanda Doyle, Bill Garbett, Frank Schuman, Sr., Kathryn Williams and Paul Wolff. Also present were City Attorney Bubba Hughes, City Manager Diane Schleicher and Zoning Director Jonathan Lynn. Mayor Buelterman listed the following items on the Consent Agenda: Proclamation: National Preservation Month-May 2010 Freda Rutherford-Appointment to Community Resource Committee Application for Retail Beer/Wine, Liquor and Sunday Sales Alcohol License and Entertainment License, Location: 1311 Butler Ave, Applicant: Kurtis Schumm for Tybee Island Social Club Change order #1 for BRW Construction Group: Cost of $480 for WWTP Effluent Line Extension Additional Signs Budget Line #505-4310-54-1407 Change order #1 for AD Williams Construction CO: Cost of $4800 for Butler Avenue Crosswalk Improvements, Pavement Mounted Signs. Budget Line #100-7520-54-1420 Mayor Buelterman adjourned the Consent Agenda. Mayor Buelterman called the regular meeting of the City Council to order at 7:05pm. Those present at the Consent Agenda were also in attendance for the regular meeting. Larry Nesbitt gave the invocation and everyone recited the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Consideration of draft minutes for the regular meetings of the Tybee Island City Council. 1. 04/08/2010-Postponed Proclamations Mayor Buelterman read the proclamation proclaiming May as National Preservation Month. Consideration for the Consent Agenda A Motion by Paul Wolff to approve the consent agenda was seconded by Wanda Doyle. The vote was unanimous. Consideration of Local Requests & Applications-Funding, Special Events, Alcohol License 1. Application for Private Parking Lot Permit: Address-11A Lovell Avenue Applicant: E.C. Burnsed. A Motion by Bill Garbett to approve was seconded by Wanda Doyle. The vote was unanimous. Synopsis prepared 05/14/10dw Page 2 of 4 Public Hearings 1. Site Plan Review for locating a permanent awning (Section 4-050 (E)(1) Petitioner: Nick Alexander. Address: 1513 Butler Ave PIN 4-0008-07-0004 Zone C-1/SE Planning Commission recommended approval with 5-0 vote. A Motion by Wanda Doyle to approve was seconded by Paul Wolff. The vote was unanimous. 2. Updating of Land Development Code Article 4, Section 4-050 (K), Planned Unit Development District Planning Commission recommended approval with 5-0 vote. A Motion by Kathryn Williams to approve was seconded by Paul Wolff. The vote was unanimous. 3. Text Amendment, Land Development Code Article 3, General Provisions. Continuation of the previous public hearing held on 2/25/10 with amendments to ordinance draft as requested by council in last workshop. Wanda Doyle asked the city attorney if she should recuse herself due to the part on driveways and pervious materials may affect her daughter’s business. Mr. Hughes stated it was ok to participate and vote. It is a text amendment that has application citywide. It is no different than indirect impacts anyone would have. A Motion by Bill Garbett to continue Text Amendment and send it back to the planning commission for further review with amendments as proposed at council workshop was seconded by Frank Schuman. The vote was unanimous. Consideration of Ordinances, Resolutions 1. 1st Reading Text Amendment, Municipal Code, Section 34-3, Private Parking Lots A Motion by Paul Wolff to approve was seconded by Kathryn Williams. The vote was unanimous. 2. 2nd Reading of Ordinance to Amend the Code of Ordinances Section 66-8(b)(3) and delete in part (b)(2) of Article 9 Section 2: To Regulate the Usage of Motorized Carts on the City Streets A Motion by Wanda to approve was seconded by Paul Wolff. Motion amended and accepted to allow usage of carts on Jones Ave. Synopsis prepared 05/14/10dw Page 3 of 4 Motion amended and accepted to have requirement of reflected tape triangle removed and insert requirement of amber flashing light and parking requires paying meters or purchasing a parking decal. The vote was unanimous. Mr. Hughes, City Attorney introduced and gave to Deputy Clerk an Ordinance change 2 Sec 66.7 on Go Carts so there will be consistency between different ordinances on same topic. 1st and 2nd Reading will be done at the second council meeting of May. 3. 2nd Reading Text Amendment, Land Development Code, Article 6, Sign Regulations Continuation of 2nd Reading on 2/25/10 A Motion by Paul Wolf to approve was seconded for discussion by Wanda Doyle. Motion amended to change sec K (b) political signs not to exceed 16 sq. ft. in size. Motion amended and accepted to amend sec 60.40 (d) to add temporary signs specifically authorized by the Community Development Director for a period of no more than 30 days and amend 60.70 to exempt those signs as included in Sec 60.40 sub section (d). Vote was Wolff, Williams, Schuman, Doyle, and Garbett voting in favor and Sessions opposed. 4. Resolution for National League of Cities Prescription Program A Motion by Frank Schuman to approve was seconded by Paul Wolff. The vote was unanimous. Consideration of Bids, Contracts, Agreements and Expenditures 1. T-Mobile Cell Tower Lease Agreement: Potential Revenue: $282,900.00 Budget#505-38-1002 Council deferred action until further review by staff and city attorney. 2. Memorandum of Understanding: State of Georgia Human Resources to allow the city’s participation in the Georgians Back to Work Program. 80% subsidy to employers who hire adults to work under this program for 6 months (6/1-9/30/10) A Motion by Kathryn Williams to approve was seconded by Paul Wolff. The vote was unanimous. City Manager Report 1. Budget Adjustment for paying expenses. $75,000 from budget line # 100-4210-551- 1100 and distributed as follows: 100-4250-52-2102 $29,000 100-4250-52-1201 $28,000 100-4210-52-2200 $18,000 Synopsis prepared 05/14/10dw Page 4 of 4 Kathryn Williams recused herself due to part of funds being directed to drainage project on her personal property. A Motion by Bill Garbett to approve was seconded by Shirley Sessions. Vote was unanimous. 2. Proposed Back River Pier Gate A Motion by Kathryn Williams to approve installing gate but not locking it at night and not posting hours of operation was seconded by Bill Garbett. The vote was unanimous. Executive Session A Motion by Paul Wolff to go into Executive Session to discuss, Personnel, Litigation and Real Estate Acquisition, was seconded by Kathryn Williams. The vote was unanimous. Adjournment