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HomeMy Public PortalAbout20100708CCSynopsisSynopsis prepared 07/09/10vw Page 1 of 4 20100708 City Council Synopsis Mayor pro tem Sessions called the Consent Agenda meeting to order at 6:30pm on Thursday, July 8, 2010. Council Members present were 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 pro tem Sessions listed the following items on the Consent Agenda: City Council Minutes –June 10, 2010-as amended Community Resource Committee Appointment-Tommy Linstroth Community Resource Committee Appointment-Lisa Callahan Beach Task Force re- appointment-Freda Rutherford Beach Task Force re-appointment-Helen Downing Beach Task Force re-appointment-Amy Lanier Beach Task Force re-appointment-Bill Sprague Taste of Tybee: August 19, 2010 5:30pm-7:30pm@ Pier & Pavilion-Applicant-Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce Volunteer Policy-Most recent version Mayor pro tem Sessions adjourned the Consent Agenda. Executive Session A Motion by Paul Wolff to go into Executive Session to discuss Litigation and Personnel was seconded by Bill Garbett. The vote was unanimous A Motion by Paul Wolff to end Executive Session was seconded by Frank Schuman. The vote was unanimous. Mayor pro tem Sessions called the regular meeting of the City Council to order at 7:00pm. Those present at the Consent Agenda were also in attendance for the regular meeting. Former Mayor Walter Parker 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. 5/27/10 Postponed 2. 6/24/10 Postponed Synopsis prepared 07/09/10vw Page 2 of 4 Consideration for the Consent Agenda A Motion by Paul Wolff to approve the consent agenda was seconded by Kathryn Williams. The vote was unanimous. Consideration Local Requests & Applications-Funding, Special Events, Alcohol License 1. Labor Day Beach Bash: September 5, 2010 4:00pm-10:00pm @ Pier & Pavilion Applicant-Tybee Island Tourism Council A Motion by Bill Garbett to approve the special event permit with the understanding that no waiver of fees will be given was seconded by Paul Wolff. The vote was unanimous Public Hearings 1. Request for Private Parking Lots a) Approval for Private Parking Lot at 201 14th Street, (Section 34-3, Private Parking Lots) A Motion by Wanda Doyle to approve contingent on Jonathan Lynn keeping an eye on things was seconded by Paul Wolff. The vote was Doyle, Wolff, Garbett, Sessions and Schuman in favor and Williams opposed. Zoning Public Hearings 1. Special Review (Section 3-060.A and Section 5-070) 21 Officers Row PIN 4-0002-20-014, Zone R-1, Petitioner: Ann Last. Mayor pro tem Sessions disclosed owning a B&B but she does not host events. A Motion by Frank Schuman to deny was seconded by Kathryn Williams. The vote was unanimous. 2. Front Yard Setback Variance Request (Section 5-090) (f) 1403 Solomon Ave Zoned R-2, PIN 4-0022-01-325, Petitioner: Steve Day Synopsis prepared 07/09/10vw Page 3 of 4 A Motion by Bill Garbett to continue until we address the ordinance dealing with after the fact variances and it is brought to council was seconded by Paul Wolff. The vote was Garbett, Wolff, Sessions and Williams in favor and Doyle and Schuman opposed. 3. Front Yard Setback Variance Request (Section 3-090) 1619 Chatham Ave Lot 5-D, Zoned R-2, Pin 4-0010-05-016, Petitioner: George Hammond No Action was taken by City Council due to the petition being withdrawn. Public Hearing was conducted as advertised. Consideration of Ordinances, Resolutions 1. 1st Reading Ordinance to Create Section 66-185 regarding Use of Parking Decals and Limitations thereon for the City of Tybee Island. A Motion by Paul Wolff to send this ordinance back to the Parking Committee to consider amending bottom paragraph on page 31 to read: Commercial Trucks and Vans and Boat Trailers and to consider a seasonal and daily flexible provision along with looking at employee parking was seconded by Kathryn Williams. The vote was unanimous 2. 1st Reading Ordinance to Amend Section 58-179 of the Code of Ordinances Pertaining to Regulatory Fees Applicable to Resident Vendors A Motion by Wanda Doyle to approve for 1st reading contingent on comparables for the fee schedule being in line and Jonathan Lynn providing the definition for escort was seconded by Bill Garbett. The vote was unanimous. City Manager Report 1. Special Event Application with Policies & Procedures City Council under unanimous consent decided to amend the note section on page 1 to read as follows: Applicant must meet with the Better Hometown Coordinator or her designee at time of submitting application. Additional meetings may be required. A Motion by Paul Wolff to approve was seconded by Wanda Doyle. The vote was Wolff, Doyle, Garbett, Sessions and Williams voting in favor and Schuman opposed. Synopsis prepared 07/09/10vw Page 4 of 4 Executive Session A Motion by Paul Wolff to go into Executive Session to discuss Litigation, Personnel and Real Estate Acquisition was seconded by Kathryn Williams. The vote was unanimous. A Motion by Kathryn Williams to go back into Regular Session was seconded by Paul Wolff. The vote was unanimous. Adjournment A Motion to adjourn by Kathryn Williams was seconded by Bill Garbett. The vote was unanimous.