City of Washington, NC
City Council Meeting Agendas

Regular meeting, Monday, Jan. 12, 2004, 4:30 p.m.
Council Chambers, Room 214, Municipal Building, 102 E. 2nd St.

Presentation. NC League of Municipalities memorial resolution to honor Kirby Avery and retirement resolutions for Linwood Dunn, Larry Harding, Jessie Holliday, Jasper McRoy, Amos Pollard, James Potter, Lalla Sidbury, and R.L. Willoughby.

I. Consent Agenda.

A. Amend administrative service contract for Holland Consulting Planners, Inc. by increasing the amount of service delivery fee for the CDBG Concentrated Needs Program

B. Approve effort of the Department of Fire-Rescue-EMS to identify a parcel of land suitable for further consideration for construction of Station 2

C. Adopt budget ordinance amendment for the 1999 North Carolina Housing Finance Agency Capital Project Fund ($200,000)

D. Adopt budget ordinance amendment for the Debt Service Sinking Fund ($7,366)

E. Authorize Mayor to execute a lease between Beaufort County Hospital and Washington Police Department

F. Accept grant from the Mid-East Commission Area Agency on Aging ($582) and adopt budget ordinance amendment for Senior Resource Center

G. Discuss six-month report of Sunday usage of Hildred T. Moore Aquatic and Fitness Cente

H. Adopt budget ordinance amendment for new heater at Aquatics Center ($2,922)

I. Adopt budget ordinance amendment to appropriate funds for air conditioning unit for the Computer Room ($13,316

II. Scheduled public appearances.

A. Scott Duda, present of FY 02-03 Audit Report

B. Alan Alligood, discuss employment issue.

III. Appointments.

A. Fill unexpired term of Mickey Gahagan on the Planning Board.

IV. Old Business.

A. Adopt resolution to convey three (3) vacant lots to Metropolitan Housing and CDC, for the purpose of constructing single family dwellings for first-time low to moderate income home buyers

B. Adopt resolution to begin upset bid procedure to dispose of 735 West Second Street in compliance with G.S. 160A-269

C. Adopt ordinance to amend the Washington City Code, Chapter 10, Article II, Section 10-34, Subsection (3) concerning appeals on "Nuisances"

D. Adopt ordinance to amend the Washington City Code, Chapter 2, Article IX, "Planning Board," Section 2-177, Subsection (a) and (b)

E. Approve revised Special Events Policy, charges and fees schedule, and guidelines for special events on city-owned property serving alcoholic beverages

F. Adopt municipal agreement with the City of Washington and NC Department of Transportation for Jack's Creek Stormwater Project ($586,370)

G. Discuss basketball court floor at Boys & Girls Club.

V. New Business.

A. Adopt resolution to participate in 40% of street infrastructure for Tree Shade Subdivision (John Wehrenberg)

B. Approve amendment to the ElectriCities Emergency Assistance Agreement

C. Authorize amendment to engineering contract with Rivers and Associates for construction administration and adopt budget ordinance amendment for Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade Phase II - Oxidation Ditch

D. Discuss date for Budget Planning Hearing

E. Hold Closed Session under G.S. 143-318.11(a)(3) Attorney/Client Privilege and G.S. 143-318.11(a)(6) Personnel.

VI. Public Hearings (6 p.m.)

A. Amend classification on property fronting along 15th Street between Market and Bonner streets from R-9S (Residential) to O&I (Office & Institutional)

B. Amend zoning classification on property fronting along Maple Street and Hodges Avenue from R-6S (Residential) to B-2 (General Business)

C. Approve preliminary subdivision plat owned by Annie M. Everette Chauncey located off Cherry Road (SR 1516)

D. Adopt ordinance to amend the Washington City Code, Chapter 27, "Zoning," by adding a new district, Corporate Park District, with dimensional requirements

E. Amend zoning classification on property having the frontage along US 264 East and Wootentown Road from RA-20 (Residential-Agriculture) to CP (Corporate Park)

F. Authorize an additional taxicab for Jack's Cab Service.

VII. Comments From the Public.

VIII. Any Other Business From the Mayor or Other Members of City Council.

A. Appoint City Council liaisons and/or appointments to Boards and Commissions.

IX. Adjourn

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