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HomeMy Public PortalAbout20110414 Agenda (4)AGENDA AMENDED REGULAR MEETING OF THE TYBEE ISLAND CITY COUNCIL 04/14/2011 7:00PM Please silence all cell phones during Council Meetings Consideration of Items for Consent Agenda 6:30PM Executive Session Opening Ceremonies Call to Order Invocation: Samuel Adams Pledge of Allegiance Recognitions and Proclamations Employee’s of the 1st Quarter of 2011: Jimmy Brown Danny Carpenter Proclamation recognizing LT. William Moseley’s Act of Heroism Consideration of the approval of the minutes of the regular meetings of the Tybee Island City Council. 03/24/2011 City Council Minutes (pages 1-8) Consideration of Boards, Commissions and Committee Appointments Ethics Commission (Page 9) Danny Hill Stephen Palmer Reports of Staff, Boards, Standing Committees and/or Invited Guest Limit reports to 10 minutes. *Citizens to Be Heard: Please limit comments to 3 minutes. Maximum Allowable time is 5 minutes. Richard Adams-Carnival at Ocean Plaza (page 10) Tybee Beautification-BeachSweep 4/16/2011 Jim Klutzz-Update from Tybee Post Theater Dick Smith-Rivers End Campground Consideration Local Requests & Applications-Funding, Special Events, Alcohol License Special Event Application: Tybee Carnival, Tybee Arts Association-Ocean Plaza Lot, 5/4/11-5/8/11. (pages 17-25) Consideration of Bids, Contracts, Agreements and Expenditures Confirmation of Planning and Zoning Manager Appointment-Ethan Imhoff (pages 26-30) Permission for the Tybee Island Police Department to apply for Home Depot Grant for supplies to renovate animal control shelter: Grant $4,800; City in kind labor $1,500; Total cost of project $6,300. (page 31) Proposal from Chief Robert Bryson to partner with Savannah State, Armstrong Atlantic and South Universities to provide and educational internship program for college students. (page 32) Geothermal Bid recommendation. (Page 33) Consideration of Approval of Consent Agenda Public Hearings –Zoning Packet Separate Planning Commission Minutes 3/15/2011 Consideration of Ordinances, Resolutions Planning Commission request council’s consideration of amending Municipal Code Section 2.21-Quorum; Voting, and Planning Commission Rules of Procedure, item 12-Voting. Explanation: An abstention by a City Councilmember or a Planning Commissioner is part of a quorum but be neither a yea nor a nay vote. (pages34-35) 1st Reading, Article 3, Sections 3-160, 3-165, 3-170, 3-180, 3-210, 3-220, 3-230, and 3-240 1st Reading, Section 3-110 1st Reading, Section 3-160 2nd Reading Section 34.85, Business Site Location: Parking Area-remove 13th St. from available sites (pages 36-37) 2nd Reading, Section 3-020, Continuance of non conforming uses/structures 2nd Reading, Section 3-070, Permissible Structures per lot/accessory structures 2nd Reading, Section 3-080, Off Street Parking Requirements. 2nd Readings, Article 3, Sections, 3-010, 3-090,3-100,3-150 Council, Officials and City Attorney Considerations & Comments Kathryn Williams Update on Memorial Park Committee Bubba Hughes Possible changes in Animal Control ordinance. City Managers Report Minutes of Boards and Committees Tybee Beautification-03/09/2011 (pages 38-40) Public Safety Committee-02/24/2011 (Pages 41-44) Executive Session Adjournment *PLEASE NOTE: Citizens wishing to speak on items listed on the agenda, other than public hearings, should do so during the citizens to be heard section. Citizens wishing to place items on the council meeting agenda must submit an agenda request form to the Clerk of Council’s office by Wednesday at noon, eight days prior to the scheduled meeting. Agenda request forms are available outside of the Clerk’s office at City Hall and at www.cityoftybee.org.    THE VISION OF THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND        “is to make Tybee Island the premier beach community in which to live, work, and play.”       THE MISSION OF THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND        “is to provide a safe, secure and sustainable environment by delivering superior services through responsible planning, preservation of our natural and historic resources, and partnership with our community to ensure economic opportunity, a vibrant quality of life, and a thriving future.”