Last Publish on 6/5/2009 10:41:21 AM
City Of Hampton, VA
22 Lincoln Street
Hampton, Va 23669
City Council - Evening Session
Council Chambers, 8th Floor, City Hall
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Randall A. Gilliland, Ross A. Kearney, II, Angela Lee Leary, Joseph H. Spencer, II, George E. Wallace, Paige V. Washington, Molly Joseph Ward, Mayor
Jesse T. Wallace Jr., City Manager
Cynthia Hudson, City Attorney
Katherine K. Glass, Clerk of Council
CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL
INVOCATION - Councilwoman Angela Lee Leary
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG -
Request for Refund of Erroneous Tax Abatements for 2009
Resolution Determining Singer Associates, Inc. to be the Only Source Practicably Available from which to Procure Warranty and Selected Proprietary Parts and Repair Service for Pierce, Medtec, PL Custom, Hurst and Centaur Fire Emergency Vehicles and Equipment and Authorizing the Negotiation and Execution of a Purchase Contract with Singer Associates, Inc. as a "Sole Source."
Resolution Authorizing the City of Hampton to Continue Participation in the Certified Crime Prevention Community Program.
Approval of the Minutes from the Afternoon and Evening meetings of May 13, 2009, and the Afternoon meeting of May 27, 2009.
Resolution Approving the City of Hampton, Virginia's Participation and Appropriation of the Public Safety Answering Point FY2010 Grant Program Through the Virginia Wireless E-911 Services Board.
Resolution Accepting a Donation of 24 Flagpoles, with Silks, from the Downtown Hampton Development Partnership to the City of Hampton, Virginia.
Resolution Adopting the International City/County Management Association –Retirement Corporation Governmental Profit-Sharing Plan & Trust and Final Pay Plan
Resolution Transferring $3,500,000 from Various School Construction Accounts to School Building Maintenance and Modernization Account
Resolution to Forgive $25,000 of the Outstanding Balance of a Loan Between the City and the Virginia Air & Space Center.
Resolution to Appropriate Funds ($60,427) in the Hampton Roads Convention Center Fund to Cover Operating Expenses for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2009
PRESENTATIONS, PROCLAMATIONS, AWARDS
In Recognition of the 125th Anniversary of The Hampton Volunteer Fire Company
Use Permit Application No. 1050 by Plaza Azteca-Hampton to construct and utilize an outdoor dining area as an accessory use to their existing restaurant located at 50 Towne Centre Way. [LRSN #4004840]
Use Permit Application No. 1053 by the City of Hampton to create and utilize a public park known as the “Newmarket Creek Park and Trail System.” [LRSN #13001285, 13001171 and 13001178]
Use Permit Application No. 1054 by Wall & Stanley, LLC to have outdoor dining as an accessory use to a restaurant located at 11 Ivory Gull Crescent at the Salt Ponds Marina. [LRSN# 12007690]
Public Hearings and Actions Concerning Buckroe
Rezoning Application No. 1280 by the City of Hampton and the Hampton Redevelopment and Housing Authority (HRHA) to rezone four parcels totaling 7.81± acres from One Family Residence District (R-9), Neighborhood Commercial District (C-1), Limited Commercial District (C-2), and Special Public Interest District – Buckroe (SPI-B) to Special Public Interest – Buckroe Bayfront District (SPI-BBD) for single-family, multi-family, and mixed use commercial and residential development. The area to be rezoned consists of four parcels; the first being four City-owned lots totaling 3.96+ acres in the block bounded by North Mallory Street, Pembroke Avenue, South 2nd Street, and Point Comfort Avenue, and excluding 220 Point Comfort Avenue; the second being one City-owned lot totaling 1.36+ acres bounded by Point Comfort Avenue, South 2nd Street, Coaster Way, and South 1st Street; the third being one City-owned lot totaling 1.66+ acres bounded by South 2nd Street, Buckroe Avenue, South 1st Street, and Boardwalk Way; and the fourth consisting of an area that includes four Hampton Redevelopment and Housing Authority lots and one City-owned lot totaling .82+ acre, located on the north side of Pembroke Avenue, between North Mallory Street and South 2nd Street, and south of the first alley parallel to Pembroke Avenue at a depth of 115 feet.
Ordinance Authorizing the Conveyance of Property in Buckroe by the City of Hampton to POH 2010, LLC
Ordinance Authorizing the Transfer of Property in Buckroe by the City of Hampton to the Hampton Redevelopment and Housing Authority
Resolution to approve a Development Agreement between the City and POH 2010, LLC for the proposed residential development in the Buckroe area and authorize the execution and delivery thereof.
Resolution approving the terms of a Development Agreement by and among the City of Hampton (the "City"), the Hampton Redevelopment and Housing Authority (the "Authority") and Buckroe Beach Development, LLC, (the "Developer") and a Cooperation Agreement between the City of Hampton and the Authority, and authorizing the execution and delivery thereof for the proposed residential development in the Buckroe area.
An Ordinance To Amend And Re-Enact Chapter 12 Of The Code Of The City Of Hampton, Virginia, Entitled, "Elections", Article II, "Precinct Boundaries", Section 12-34 To Change The Name From "Pembroke Precinct" To "Thomas Precinct".
An Ordinance To Amend And Re-Enact Chapter 12 Of The Code Of The City Of Hampton, Virginia, Entitled, "Elections", Article III, "Precinct Voting Places", Section 12-69 To Relocate the Voting Place in the Thomas Precinct.
An Ordinance To Amend The Code Of The City Of Hampton, Virginia, By Adding A New Subdivision to Chapter 37, Article III, Division 2: [Subdivision] C, Section 37-164 Relating To Separate Classification Of Machinery And Tools.
An Ordinance To Amend Non Coded Ordinance Number 0117 Of The City Of Hampton, Virginia, To Set The Tax Rate On Tangible Personal Property, Vehicles Without Motive Power Used Or Designed To Be Used As Manufactured Homes, Motor Vehicles Specially Equipped To Provide Transportation For Physically Handicapped Individuals, Machinery And Tools, Machinery And Tools Used Directly In The Manufacture Of Precision Investment Castings, Privately Owned Pleasure Boats And Watercraft Used For Recreational Purposes Only, Privately Owned Camping Trailers And Motor Homes As Defined In Section 46.2-100 Of The Code Of Virginia, In The City Of Hampton, Virginia, And Motor Vehicles Owned And Regularly Used By Disabled Veterans For The Calendar Year Beginning January 1, 2010 And Ending December 31, 2010.
to consider an appointment to the Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton Roads
to consider appointments to the Peninsula Airport Commission
to consider the appointment of Hampton's official voting member and an alternate on the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization (HRTPO)
to consider appointments to the Hampton Neighborhood Commission
to consider appointments to the Citizens' Unity Commission
to consider appointments to the Purchasing and Procurement Oversight Committee (PPOC)
to consider appointments to the Board of Directors of the Virginia Air and Space Center
to consider an appointment to the Board of Review of Real Estate Assessments
to consider appointments to the H2O Community Development Authority
to consider an appointment to the Thomas Nelson Community College Board
to consider an appointment to the Building Code Board of Appeals
to consider appointments to the Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board
to consider an appointment to the Grievance Board
to consider appointments to the Hampton Arts Commission
to consider appointments to the Hampton Parking Authority
REPORTS BY CITY MANAGER, CITY COUNCIL, STAFF, COMMITTEES
Audiences Granted to the General Public
Miscellaneous New Business