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City Of Hampton, VA
22 Lincoln Street
Hampton, Va 23669
City Council - Evening Session
Council Chambers, 8th Floor, City Hall
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Linda Curtis, W. H. "Billy" Hobbs, Jr., Will Moffett, Teresa V. Schmidt, Chris Snead, Donnie R. Tuck, George E. Wallace, Mayor
Mary Bunting, City Manager
Vanessa T. Valldejuli, City Attorney
Katherine K. Glass, CMC, Clerk of Council
CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL
INVOCATION - Councilman Will Moffett
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG -
Rezoning Application No. 14-00004: Proposal by Mawusi Scott Properties II, LLC to rezone + 4.606 acres at 3217 Commander Shepard Boulevard (LRSN 6000976) and (LRSN 6000977) in the Langley Research and Development Park from Limited Manufacturing (M-1) District to Limited Commercial (C-2) District with proffers, to facilitate the development of a day care, greenhouse, and a second-hand store. Approval of this application would permit a day care establishment for children, a greenhouse for growing fruits, vegetables, and plants, and a second-hand store. This application accompanies Use Permit Application No. 14-00016 for Day Care 3, where the applicant is requesting permission to operate a day care for a maximum of 100 children, ages 0 months to 12 years old.
Use Permit Application No. 14-00016: Proposal by Mawusi Scott Properties II, LLC to operate a Day Care 3 in an existing building at 3217 Commander Shepard Boulevard (LRSN 6000976) in the Langley Research and Development Park. This application accompanies Rezoning Application No. 14-00016 to rezone the property listed above as well as an adjacent property, LRSN 6000977, from Limited Manufacturing (M-1) District to Limited Commercial (C-2) District with proffers, which if approved, would permit a Day Care 3 subject to approval of a use permit.
Rezoning Application No. 14-00009: by LF Enterprises, LLC to rezone 8.0+ acres at 960, 1014, 1018, and 1020 Big Bethel Road (LRSNs 4001445, 4001446, 4001448 & 4001447) from Limited Commercial (C-2) District with conditions and One Family Residence (R-11) District to Multiple Dwelling (MD-3) District with conditions for a maximum of sixty townhouse style, multi-family residences. The Hampton Community Plan (2006, as amended) recommends mixed-use and low density residential for this area. Copies of documents or information concerning this proposal may be obtained from the Community Development Department located in Hampton City Hall at 22 Lincoln Street or from Mike Hayes, 757-728-5244 or email@example.com.
Resolution Requesting the Virginia Department of Transportation to Program a Bridge Replacement Project at the Bridge Street Over Salters Creek
Resolution Approving the Appropriation of $15,000.00 Over a Five-Year Period, in Partnership With U.S. Geological Survey, to Operate and Receive Data From a Tidal Monitoring Station Located on the Hampton River at the Bickford Bridge on E. Pembroke Avenue
Resolution Approving the Appropriation of Additional Funds to the Capital Projects Fund for a VDOT HSIP Project at Executive Drive and Marcella Road
Resolution Authorizing the Transfer from the City of Hampton to the Economic Development Authority of the City of Hampton Two Lots in Phoebus: LRSN: 13000219 known as 50 North Mallory Street, and LRSN: 12001979 known as 42 North Mallory Street.
Resolution Approving the Appropriation of Additional Funds to the Capital Projects Fund for a VDOT Urban Project Commander Shepard Boulevard Phase 2
Ordinance To Repeal Non-Coded Ordinances #701, #950 and #1044
Ordinance to Amend and Reenact Article III of Chapter 2 Entitled "Officers and Employees Generally" of the City Code of the City of Hampton, Virginia by Adding Section 2-114 Pertaining to the Legal Department.
Ordinance to Amend and Reenact Chapter 21, "Motor Vehicles and Traffic", Article I, "In General", of the City Code of the City of Hampton, Virginia, by Amending Section 2-18, "Use of Video-Monitoring Systems to Enforce Law Against Passing Stopped School Buses Authorized."
Resolution Approving the City of Hampton, Virginia's Participation and Appropriation 2014 State Homeland Security Program Grant-Disaster Outreach Targeting Tourist Population, through the Virginia Department of Emergency Management
Resolution Approving the City of Hampton, Virginia's Participation and Appropriation of the 2014 State Homeland Security Program Grant - Regional Shelter Planning, Training, Exercise and Equipment, Through the Virginia Department of Emergency Management.
Resolution Approving the City of Hampton, Virginia's Participation and Appropriation of the 2014 State Homeland Security Program Grant - Citizen Corps Program, though the Virginia Department of Emergency Management
Resolution Approving the City of Hampton, Virginia's Participation and Appropriation of the 2014 Local Emergency Management Performance Grant through the Virginia Department of Emergency Management
Resolution Approving the City of Hampton, Virginia's Participation and Appropriation of the Walmart Community Grant through the Walmart Foundation
Approval of the minutes from the special meeting of September 24, 2014, and the afternoon meeting of November 12, 2014.
Request for Refunds for Tax Year 2014
Resolution to Approve the Amendment of the Service Agreement of the Hampton Roads Regional Jail Authority
PRESENTATIONS, PROCLAMATIONS, AWARDS
Presentation of Digital Cities Award
Government Finance Officer's Award for Distinguished Budget Presentation
Hampton Department of Fleet Services recognized by Governing Magazine as one of the 100 Best Fleets in North America.
Hampton Department of Fleet Services recognized by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Blue Seal of Excellence Program
Ordinance to Amend and Reenact Chapter 13.1 of the City Code of the City of Hampton, Virginia Entitled “Land Disturbing Operations,” by Amending Section 13.1-3, Exemptions from Chapter; Section 13.1-6, Permit and Application Fee; and Section 13.1-12, Single Family Detached Residences, to Increase the Land Disturbing Threshold to the Allowable State Limit Set Forth in Virginia Code §§ 62.1-44.15:51 through 62.1-44.15:66 and to be Consistent with the Exemptions as Set Forth Therein
Ordinance to Amend and Reenact Chapter 33.2 of the City Code of the City of Hampton, Virginia Entitled “Stormwater Management,” by Amending Section 33.2-8, Exemptions, and Section 33.2-12, Water Quality Impact Assessment, to be Consistent with the Exemptions and Allowable State Limits as Set Forth in Virginia Code §§ 62.1-44.15:34 through 62.1-44.15:49
to consider appointments to the Citizens' Unity Commission and CEAC
to consider an appointment to the Economic Development Authority
REPORTS BY CITY MANAGER, CITY COUNCIL, STAFF, COMMITTEES
Briefing on the Hampton Preliminary Flood Map 7/31/14
Miscellaneous New Business