Last Publish on 11/8/2005 12:56:48 PM
City Of Hampton, VA
22 Lincoln Street
Hampton, Va 23669
City Council - Evening Session
Council Chambers, 8th Floor, City Hall
Wednesday, November 09, 2005
Randall A. Gilliland, Angela Lee Leary, Charles N. Sapp, Joseph H. Spencer, II, Turner M. Spencer, Rhet Tignor, Ross A. Kearney, II, Mayor
Jesse T. Wallace Jr., City Manager
A. Paul Burton, City Attorney
Katherine K. Glass, Clerk of Council
CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL
INVOCATION - Rhet Tignor
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG -
Consent Items - Second Reading
A Resolution appropriating funds for Uncompleted Capital Projects funded with General Funds, Stormwater Funds and Economic Development Funds.
Armistead Avenue/Link Road Improvements (Phase 1A) - Engineering Services Project No: 02-018
Consent Items - Other
Proposed acquisition of three parcels of property, known as 200 Point Comfort (Todds Cottages) from Todd’s Cottages, L.C., 1706 North Mallory Street (Golden Sands) from Golden Sands Motel, L.C., and 216 Point Comfort Avenue, from Donald W. Sowalskie and Suji M. Sowalskie.
Proposed acquisition of property, known as 223 and 227 Seaboard Avenue, also known as Luke’s Cottages, from Leslie W. Saylor.
Proposed acquisition of property, known as 314/316 2nd Street South, from Banyo Ndanga.
Proposed acquisition of property, known as 315 2nd Street South, from BBC Partners by Francis G. Binder and Sylvia G. Carmel.
Proposed acquisition of property, known as 252 Seaboard Avenue, from Terry J. Gunnels and Shirley Gunnels.
Proposed acquisition of property, known as 300 Second Street South, from Mary Elizabeth Green also known as Elizabeth B. Green.
Proposed acquisition of property, known as 310 2nd Street South, from Billie P. Einselen.
Proposed acquisition of property, known as 210 Point Comfort Avenue, from Timothy A. Joyce and Janet A. Joyce.
Proposed acquisition of property, known as 530 Armistead Avenue N, from Ronald A. Simon and Shirley A. Simon.
Resolution (a) finding that the Hampton Coliseum Mall area of the City of Hampton is deteriorating and may be eligible for conservation; (b) directing the Hampton Redevelopment and Housing Authority (the “Authority”) to investigate such area and prepare a conservation plan; and (c) scheduling a public hearing to consider adoption of the conservation plan prepared by the Authority.
Resolution scheduling a public hearing on the question of adoption and approval of an ordinance creating the “Peninsula Town Center Community Development Authority” in the Coliseum Central area of the City of Hampton.
Resolution establishing policy for enhancements of transit stops within the City of Hampton
Temporary Nonexclusive Revocable License Agreement between the City of Hampton and Telcove of Virginia, LLC
Approval of minutes from afternoon and evening sessions of October 12, 2005, October 26, 2005, and from special meeting of October 31, 2005.
PRESENTATIONS, PROCLAMATIONS, AWARDS
In Recognition of Alexis Hammond and Giana Aponte
In Recognition of the 90th Birthday of Mary E. Johnson
Proclamation - GIRLS, INCORPORATED 500 PEOPLE OF INFLUENCE WEEK
Proclamation - In Memory of Robert W. Annette
Proclamation - In Memory of Joseph R. Struhar
Proclamation- In Memory of Tom Tiller
REPORTS BY CITY MANAGER, CITY COUNCIL, STAFF, COMMITTEES
Rezonings - Second Reading
Rezoning Application No.1202 by William Cowardin to rezone 1.15+/- acres at the southeast corner of East Pembroke Avenue and Woodland Road from One-Family Residence District (R-9) and Limited Commercial District (C-2) to Limited Commercial District (C-2) for the development of a gas station, convenience store, and retail uses as part of the Buckroe Village development.
Rezonings - First Readings
Rezoning Application No.1209 by Tysinger Real Estate to rezone 5.5+/- acres at the northeast intersection of Hampton Roads Center Parkway and Magruder Boulevard from One Family Residence District (R-11) to Limited Commercial District (C-2) to allow the expansion of a new car dealership.
Rezoning Application No.1208 by Charles A. Huffman, III to rezone two parcels totaling 1.17+/- acres from One Family Residence (R-13) District to Multiple Dwelling Townhouse (MD-T) District to develop up to nine (9) fee simple townhouses.
Rezoning Application No.1212 by Ocean Properties to rezone 1.466+/- acres at 23 Water Street from Limited Commercial District (C-2) and One Family Residence District (R-13) to solely Limited Commercial District (C-2) for the purpose of constructing a mixed use structure, having multi-family dwelling units and a commercial restaurant.
Rezoning Application No.1214 by AAAA Self Storage to rezone 1.94 +/- acres at the southeast intersection of Mercury Boulevard and North King Street from Neighborhood Commercial District (C-1) to General Commercial District (C-3) for the construction of a multi-story self storage facility.
Rezoning Application No.1218-A by the City of Hampton to rezone approximately 0.1+/-+ acres at 731 Pennsylvania Avenue from General Commercial District (C-3) to One-Family Residential District (R-9) to permit the use and construction of single family homes.
Rezoning Application No. 1216 by Advantis/GVA and the Hampton Industrial Development Authority to rezone approximately 6.2+/- acres of property located at 2501 58th Street from Heavy Manufacturing District (M-3) to General Commercial District (C-3) for a gas station and flexible commercial space.
Conditional Privilege Application No. 83 by Luis Otero to allow for live entertainment at La Bodega located at 22 Wine Street.
Ordinances - First Readings
an Ordinance to Impose a Tax on Commercial Properties within the Downtown Hampton Business Improvement District
An ordinance to impose a tax on commercial properties within the Coliseum Central Business Improvement District
Presentation of Petitions in Opposition to the Bayfront Initiative of the Buckroe Master Plan
Ordinance to amend and re-enact section 37-96 of the Code of the City of Hampton, Virginia, pertaining to the “exemption of rehabilitated commercial or industrial real estate”.
Ordinance to enact the City of Hampton Enterprise Zone Incentives Program.
consider appointments to the Senior Citizens Advisory Board
consideration of an appointment to the Rental Inspection Program Oversight Committee
consideration of appointments to the Coliseum Advisory Committee
consideration of appointment to the Wetlands Board
Appeal of Denial of Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity by Jachin Chandler
Audiences Granted to the General Public
Miscellaneous New Business