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City Of Hampton, VA
22 Lincoln Street
Hampton, Va 23669

www.hampton.gov
City Council - Evening Session
Council Chambers, 8th Floor, City Hall
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
7:00 PM
Ross A. Kearney, II, Angela Lee Leary, Will Moffett, Christopher G. Stuart, Donnie R. Tuck, George E. Wallace, Molly Joseph Ward, Mayor
Mary Bunting, City Manager
Cynthia Hudson, City Attorney
Katherine K. Glass, CMC, Clerk of Council
Brenda J. Vaccarelli, Deputy Clerk

 CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL
 INVOCATION - Councilman Chris Stuart
 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG -
 MAYOR'S COMMENTS
1.10-0432Resolution Endorsing the Hampton-Langley Air Force Base Joint Land Use Study (JLUS).
2.10-0449Our Regional "Water Problem" - A Brief Look
 CONSENT AGENDA
 Consent Items
3.10-0262Ordinance vacating surplus, unimproved City right of way known as Old Celey Road, located between West Queen Street and Settlers Landing Road, abutting (i) HRHA lot known as 911-913 West Queen Street (LRSN 2000405) to the northwest, (ii) HRHA lot 16C, known as 827 West Queen Street (LRSN 2001134) to the northeast, (iii) City lot 32D in the 90 block of Settlers Landing Road (LRSN 2001170) to the southeast, (iv) a private lot owned by Queens Plaza, LLC, known as 900-922 LaSalle Avenue (LRSN 2000406) to the southwest, and (v) a private vacant lot owned by Frank J. Robert, et al. on LaSalle Avenue (LRSN 2000407) to the southwest, to be absorbed into the City lot and HRHA lots for the redevelopment of an apartment complex known as Patterson Crossing.
4.10-0413Approval of the minutes from the evening session of August 11, 2010; the special meeting of August 25, 2010; the afternoon and public comment sessions of September 8, 2010, and the public comment session of September 22, 2010.
5.10-0416Resolution Approving the City of Hampton, Virginia's Participation and Appropriation of the FY2010 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Through the United States Department of Justice.
6.10-0417Resolution Approving the City of Hampton, Virginia's Participation and Appropriation of the 2010-2011 Hampton Adult Drug Treatment Court Grant Program Funding Program Through the Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board from the Supreme Court of Virginia.
7.10-0418Resolution Approving the City of Hampton, Virginia's Participation and Appropriation of the Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services Technology Grant.
8.10-0425Approval of Hampton City Council 2011 Meeting Schedule
9.10-0427Resolution Accepting and Appropriating Funds for the FY2011 Comprehensive Services Act Pools Fund.
10.10-0430Ordinance To Amend And Reenact Chapter 28 “Pensions And Retirement”, Article II “Hampton Employee’s Retirement System”, Division 2 “Financing And Administration”, Section 28-41 “City’s Contributions” of the Code of the City of Hampton, Virginia To Include Another Contribution Method.
11.10-0431Resolution Approving FY10 Year End Budget Adjustments.
12.10-0433Ordinance to Repeal Non-Coded Ordinance #1081 Suspending Payment of Certain Fees Associated with Permits Required to Repair or Replace Property Damage Occasioned by the 2009 "November Nor'Easter".
13.10-0440Resolution appropriating $572,126.30 in Bond Interest and Transferring of funds totaling $596,873.70 from various closed bond projects to fund additional costs associated with the construction of Fire Station #11 (Northampton) Project.
14.10-0442Resolution Authorizing the Transfer of Appropriation of $820,000 from the Hampton River Dredging and Factory Point Restoration Projects to the Salt Ponds Dredging and the Shoreline Management Study Projects
 PRESENTATIONS, PROCLAMATIONS, AWARDS
15.10-0428Proclamation in Recognition of Sheriff B. J. Roberts
16.10-0437Recognition of Awards for the City of Hampton's Communications and Civic Engagement Efforts
 PUBLIC HEARINGS
 Rezonings
17.10-0435Zoning Ordinance Amendment by the City of Hampton to amend and re-enact the following chapters of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Hampton, Virginia, pertaining to the regulation of live entertainment and dancing venues: Chapter 11, entitled “C-1 District—Neighborhood Commercial District” by amending Section 11-1; Chapter 12, entitled “C-2 District—Limited Commercial District” by amending Section 12-1; Chapter 13, entitled “C-3 District—General Commercial District” by amending Section 13-1; Chapter 15 entitled “M-2 District—Light Manufacturing District” by amending Section 15-1; and Chapter 16 entitled “M-3 District—Heavy Manufacturing District” by amending Section 16-1.
 Conditional Privilege
18.10-0434Conditional Privilege Application No. 112: Proposal by Queens Way Soul Café, LLC to provide live entertainment within an existing restaurant at 1144 Big Bethel Road (LRSN 4002763).
 Ordinances
19.10-0443Ordinance to impose a business improvement tax in the amount of $.20 (TWENTY CENTS) per $100.00 (ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS) of assessed value on commercial properties, subject to real estate taxation, within the boundaries of the Downtown Hampton Business Improvement District, which tax shall be in addition to all other taxes and fees as may be imposed by law.
20.10-0444Ordinance to impose a business improvement tax in the amount of $.07 (SEVEN CENTS) per $100.00 (ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS) of assessed value on commercial properties, subject to real estate taxation, within the boundaries of the Coliseum Central Business Improvement District, which tax shall be in addition to all other taxes and fees as may be imposed by law.
 Resolutions
21.10-0424Resolution approving a Lease for 21, 635 square feet of City owned land at 732 N. King St. to Adams Outdoor Advertising, L.P., a Virginia limited partnership, for two existing billboards together with a Public Service Agreement and authorizing execution of same.
 General Items
 Appointments
22.10-0331to consider an appointment to the Purchasing and Procurement Oversight Committee
23.10-0398to consider the appointment of Hampton's voting delegate and alternate to the National League of Cities (NLC) Annual Business Meeting
24.10-0412to consider an appointment to the Hampton Clean City Commission
25.10-0419to consider appointments to the Coliseum Advisory Committee
26.10-0420to consider appointments to the Golf Course Advisory Committee
27.10-0421to consider citizen appointments to the Senior Citizens Advisory Committee.
28.10-0422to consider the appointment of an alternate to the Cultural Alliance of Hampton Roads.
29.10-0429to consider appointments to the Citizens' Unity Commission
 REPORTS BY CITY MANAGER, CITY COUNCIL, STAFF, COMMITTEES
30.10-0441Briefing: Cemetery Maintenance Regulation
 Miscellaneous New Business
 Adjournment