Last Publish on 10/5/2006 8:28:13 AM
City Of Hampton, VA
22 Lincoln Street
Hampton, Va 23669
City Council - Evening Session
Council Chambers, 8th Floor, City Hall
Wednesday, October 11, 2006
7:30 PM
Randall A. Gilliland, Angela Lee Leary, Charles N. Sapp, Joseph H. Spencer, II, Rhet Tignor, Paige V. Washington, Ross A. Kearney, II, Mayor
Jesse T. Wallace Jr., City Manager
Cynthia Hudson, City Attorney
Katherine K. Glass, Clerk of Council

 INVOCATION - Charles N. Sapp
 Consent Items - Second Reading
1.06-0495Ordinance to Amend the Code of the City of Hampton, Chapter 37, Article II, Division 6, entitled "EXEMPTION OR DEFERRAL FOR ELDERLY AND DISABLED PERSONS" by Amending and Re-enacting Section 37-123. Amount of Exemption.
 Consent Items - First Reading
2.06-0563Resolution authorizing the appropriation of $75,000 from the Economic Development Fund to the Industrial Development Authority of the City of Hampton, Virginia for professional service contracts.
3.06-0567Resolution Appropriating $110,000 from Stormwater Fund Balance to Stormwater FY 07 Operating Budget for Consultant Study of Newmarket Creek
4.06-0568Resolution Appropriating funds from the Solid Waste Fund Retained Earnings Reserve for Equipment Replacement into the FY 07 Solid Waste Management Fund Capital Outlay Auto line item (08260) for the purchase of a new Front End Loader.
5.06-0569An Ordinance Providing for the Exoneration of Certain Taxes Assessed Against Monroe Apartment Corporation Located at Fort Monroe for the Fiscal Tax Year 2006/2007.
6.06-0570Resolution Accepting and Appropriating Grant Funds from the Read A Book Program submitted by the Hampton Public Library to the Virginia Department of Social Services/Division of Child Care and Development (VDSS/DCCD)
7.06-0572Clarification of an appointment to the Neighborhood Commission.
8.06-0575Resolution Approving 2006 Fire Programs Fund Allocation
9.06-0581Resolution Accepting and Appropriating 2006 Four for Life Allocation
10.06-0583A resolution approving the City of Hampton, Virginia’s participation and appropriation of the 2006 – 2007 Department of Criminal Justice Services Title II Grant funding for the Detention Alternative Utilization and Review Program through the Hampton Court Services Unit.
11.06-0580Resolution Concurring With and Approving the Issuance by the Industrial Development Authority of the City of Suffolk Virginia, of its Revenue and Refunding Bonds in an Amount Not to Exceed $175,000,000 for Sentara Healthcare.
 Consent Items - Other
12.06-0566Approval of Minutes from the Special, Afternoon and Evening Council Meetings of September 27, 2006.
13.06-0577Sole Source Request Authorizing City of Hampton Parks & Recreation Department to contract professional services with Crewestone Technologies to conduct the live production of the Hampton Holly Days Parade on WVEC-TV 13.
14.06-0578Modification of Reversionary Interest in Deed between the Northampton Woman's Club, Hampton, Virginia, the Northampton Recreation Association, Incorporated and the City of Hampton
15.06-0587Vacation Agreement between City of Hampton, Virginia and Rodney A. Saylor and Donald P. Ritz and Carol S. Ritz and Jean M. Kersey and Paula M. Spady.
16.06-0588Resolution Authorizing the Execution and Delivery of an Equipment Lease/Purchase Agreement and Related Instruments, and Determining Other Matters in Connection Therewith ( to finance the purchase of a new telecommunications system).
17.06-0589Vacation Agreement between the City of Hampton, Virginia and David Winthrop Brown and Jennifer Lynn Brown for a drainage easement off Adriatic Avenue.
18.06-0585Proclaiming October 28, 2006 as Exchange Club Day of Service.
19.06-0586Proclaiming October 2006 as Disability Awareness Month.
 General Items
20.06-0573Ordinance Establishing a Special Assessment for the Peninsula Town Center Community Development Authority and Authorizing a Collection Agreement with the Community Development Authority.
21.06-0579Ordinance to Amend and Re-Enact Chapter 14, Article I of the Code of the City of Hampton, Virginia, Entitled, ‘FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION’, by Repealing Sections 14-6, 14-7, 14-8 and Adding Thereto New Sections 14-11 OPEN BURNING PROHIBITED; EXCEPTIONS, 14-12 FIRES ON BEACHES PROHIBITED; EXCEPTIONS, 14-13 DAMAGING PROPERTY BY FIRE, 14-14 FIREWORKS AND PYROTECHNIC DISPLAYS PROHIBITED; EXCEPTIONS.
22.06-0546Resolution Authorizing the Donation of Approximately 3.0395 Acres of Real Property at 8110 Orcutt Avenue to the Hampton Roads Chapter of the American National Red Cross and the Execution and Delivery of the Development Agreement between the City and the American National Red Cross.
 Audiences Granted to the General Public
 Miscellaneous New Business