Last Publish on 2/5/2009 3:07:58 PM
City Of Hampton, VA
22 Lincoln Street
Hampton, Va 23669
City Council - Evening Session
Council Chambers, 8th Floor, City Hall
Wednesday, February 11, 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 - Vice Mayor Joseph H. Spencer, II
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG -
Approval of Minutes from Special Meeting of Council on January 7, 2009; Afternoon and Evening Sessions of Council on January 14, 2009; and Afternoon Session of Council on January 28, 2009.
Resolution Approving the City of Hampton, Virginia's participation and Appropriation of the Byrne/Jag - Criminal Justice System Improvement Grant Program Through the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services.
Resolution Approving Participation and Appropriation by the City of Hampton, Virginia of the 2009-2010 Foster Grandparent Program through the Corporation for National and Community Service.
Resolution Approving the City of Hampton, Virginia's Participation and Appropriation of the 2009-2010 Crisis Intervention Team Grant Funding Program through the Hampton-Newport News Criminal Justice Agency from the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services.
Resolution Supporting the Application of DNK Trucking, Inc. for $300,000 in Industrial Access Railroad Track Funds from the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation for the Installation of an Industrial Rail Access at 905 G Street in Hampton, Virginia
Resolution Determining TurboSonics, Inc. to be the Only Source Practicably Available from which to Procure Parts for TurboSonics Spray Adsorber Nozzles and Ceramic Inserts and Authorizing the Negotiation and Execution of a Purchase Contract with TurboSonics, Inc. as a “Sole Source”.
Resolution Approving the City of Hampton, Virginia's Participation and Appropriation of the 2009 Hampton Domestic Violence Community Unified Response Effort (CURE) V-Stop Grant Funding program through the Hampton Commonwealth's Attorney's Office from the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services.
Resolution Approving the City of Hampton, Virginia's Participation and Appropriation of the 2009 V-STOP Domestic Violence Community Unified Response Effort (CURE) Grant to the Hampton Police Division from the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services.
Resolution of the City Council of the City of Hampton, Virginia, determining that nonhousing buildings in a revitalization area located at 1212 North King Street, Wilsondale Apartments, are necessary and appropriate for the revitalization area.
Resolution to Execute Two Deeds of Easement for Sewer Force Main on Property Owned by the City of Hampton located at 100 North Park Lane to Hampton Roads Sanitation District.
Resolution appropriating $543,155 of designated fund balance from EMS fees for various EMS and Fire Capital Needs
PRESENTATIONS, PROCLAMATIONS, AWARDS
Proclamation In Recognition Of Coach Mike London
Presentation of the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada Distinguished Budget Presentation Award.
Presentation by Coaliiton for Justice Blue Ribbon Commission re Council Election System
Use Permit Application No. 1046 by Hampton University to construct a three-story building to be used as a dormitory and alumni center office on the southwest intersection of W. Tyler Street and Frissell Avenue zoned One Family Residence (R-13) District.
Conditional Privilege Application No. 97 by Phillip and Dana Epstein to allow live entertainment in the form of karaoke and scripted plays on a 0.1561± acre lot at 101-A W. Queens Way (LRSN# 2002909).
Zoning Ordinance Amendment by the City of Hampton to amend Chapter 12, C-2 Limited Commercial District, Sec. 12-1, Uses Permitted; to allow mixed-use structures as a permitted use subject to securing a Use Permit and Chapter 13, C-3 General Commercial District, Sec. 13-1, Uses Permitted; to add mixed-use structures to the list of restricted uses within C-3.
Zoning Ordinance Amendment by the City of Hampton to amend Chapter 2, Definitions, Sec. 2-54.2; Chapter 12, C-2 Limited Commercial District, Sec. 12-1, Uses Permitted; Chapter 13, C-3 General Commercial District, Sec. 13-1, Uses Permitted; and Chapter 17.3, Special Public Interest District, Article XV, Special Public Interest-Coliseum Central District, Sec. 17.3-116, Limitations on Permitted Uses to define tattoo parlors, allow tattoo parlors with an approved Use Permit in the C-2 and C-3 Districts, and prohibit tattoo parlors in the SPI-CC District.
Ordinance to amend and reenact Chapter 38 “Vehicles for Hire” of the Code of the City of Hampton, Division 3 “Taxicab Driver’s Permit”, Section 38-85 “Term” to change the renewal period from “calendar year” to “twelve months”.
Ordinance to amend and reenact Chapter 37 “Taxation”, Division 6 “Exemption or deferral for elderly and disabled persons”, Sections 37-118, 37-119 and 37-125 to permit inclusion of income of nonrelatives to applications for real estate tax relief for the elderly and totally disabled, to allow applicants to qualify for real estate tax relief based on current year’s income due to “unforeseen circumstances” and to correct a typographical error in section.
Ordinance to amend and reenact Chapter 37 “Taxation”, Article I “General” by adding thereto a new section 37-2 entitled “Refunds” enabling the city staff to make refunds of $2500 or less.
Resolution Authorizing the Execution and Delivery of an Equipment Lease/Purchase Agreement, and Related Instruments, and Determining Other Matters in Connection Therewith to Finance an Emergency Communications System.
Resolution Appropriating $350,000 from the General Fund Undesignated Fund Balance to the Capital Project Fund to Dredge the Salt Ponds Channel
Resolution Transferring Funds with the Capital Budget and Appropriating Revenues in the Economic Development Fund.
to consider appointments to the City of Hampton Sesquicentennial Committee.
REPORTS BY CITY MANAGER, CITY COUNCIL, STAFF, COMMITTEES
Audiences Granted to the General Public
Miscellaneous New Business