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19890109CCMeeting1 Tybee Island Planning Commission January 9, 1989 I. John Hutton called the meeting to order. Roll Call: Present were Mary McAfee, Loree Anderson, Jimmy Brown, James LaFavor, Jim Kluttz, William C. Fleetwood, Jr., and Fitz Simmons. Tommy Clark was absent. II. Minutes were accepted for December, 1988. III. Orientation for new members led by John Hutton. They were welcomed. (a) Forms used by Planning Commission were given to each new member. (b) Explanation of how each case is handled. (c) Master Plan: New members were assigned these tasks: Mr. Kluttz - Residential Economy & Services Mr. Fleetwood - Business Population & Economy Mr. Simmons - Water /Sewer, Public Drainage, & Trash Collection. IV. Members were told to see Mrs. Lanier for copies of quit claim deeds and other documentation, if they wished. V. Cost report was accepted (attached). Chairman asked for year -end total for next meeting. VI. Discussion of setback variance petition (PIN #4 -06 -06 -010), #16 Tenth Street. After discussion Mr. Brown moved to deny, and the vote was unanimously in favor of the motion. Dr. Sutlive wants to appeal, and was advised by the chairman to have the property surveyed before appealing to the Mayor and Council. VII. The preliminary sketch plan for a subdivision on Chatham Avenue for owner Steffes represented by.an attorney, Tony Abbott was approved with the condition that the City Attorney give an opinion as to whether the subdivision is a minor or a major one since it is three duplex lots. This ruling is needed before the developer can proceed to the next step under the ordinance. VIII. A petition for a zoning change from was heard. The motion to recommend Fleetwood, seconded by Fitz Simmons with Jim Kluttz voting against, and IX. Jimmy Brown moved that the time of monthly meeting be changed to 7:30 the vote was unanimously in favor. in the February Tybee News. R -1 to R -T for Lot 8, Oceanview approval was made by Rusty and the vote was 5 - 1 - 1, James LaFavor abstaining. the planning commission's regular p.m. Jim Kluttz seconded and This change will be announced The meeting adjourned after a brief discussion of goals for the next year. 1 R E S O L U T I O N TO AUTHORIZE MEMBERSHIP IN THE GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION WORKERS' SELF INSURANCE FUND: TO AUTHORIZE AND DIRECT THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA TO EXECUTE THE NECESSARY DOCUMENTS TO ENROLL THE CITY IN SAID FUND INCLUDING THE CITY'S VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT INCLUDING THE FIRST RESPONDER UNITS, TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE INTRASTATE AGREEMENT AND BYLAWS OF SAID FUND AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA: Section 1. Pursuant to Title 34, Chapter 9, Article 5 of the Official Code of Georgia annotated, the City of Tybee Island, Georgia, including the city's volunteer fire department and i First Respondershereby agrees to become members of the Georgia Municipal Association Workers' Compensation Self Insurance Fund established pursuant to said code chapter. Section 2. The City of Tybee Island, Georgia hereby agrees to subscribe to and abide by the intrastate agreement, by -laws, rules and regulations of the Fund and rules and regulations of the Insurance Commissioner of the State of Georgia related to such Fund. Section 3. The Mayor of the City of Tybee Island is hereby authorized to execute the application and any other documents necessary to enroll the City of Tybee Island as a member of said Fund. Section 4. The effective date of this resolution shall be RESOLVED THIS IDAY OF 1989 CLERK OF COUNCIL WALTER W. PARKER, MAYOR 1 1 POLL OF COUNCIL DO YOU WISH TO DONATE THE OLD COPIER WHICH WE OWN TO THE TYBEE BRANCH LIBRARY SO THAT THEY CAN MAKE THIS SERVICE AVAILABLE TO PUBLIC DURING HOURS THAT CITY HALL ISN'T OPEN, PROVIDED THERE IS NO COST TO THE CITY? PAUL JACKSON JEAN DAVIS BILL WALSH JOHN O'NEILL * CHRIS SOLOMON JACK YOUMANS DATE 1/4/89 THE ABOVE ACTION IS APPROVED. YES YES YES YES NO - PREFER TO USE IT IN REC DEPT. OK - PROVIDED THEY MAKE ALL COPIES FOR PUBLIC CLERK OF COUNCIL *NOTE: City Hall Staff investigated the possibility of keeping the copier and deleting the present service contract. This does not seem to be feasible, and the company wants to pick up old copier and substitute a smaller one. After three attempts, this course of action was abandoned.