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City Of Hampton, VA
22 Lincoln Street
Hampton, Va 23669
City Council - Evening Session
Council Chambers, 8th Floor, City Hall
Wednesday, January 11, 2006
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
Cynthia Hudson, City Attorney
Katherine K. Glass, Clerk of Council
Brenda J. Vaccarelli, Deputy Clerk
CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL
INVOCATION - Councilman Charles N. Sapp
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG -
Consent Items - Second Reading
An ordinance providing for the exoneration of certain taxes assessed against Monroe Apartment Corporation located at Fort Monroe for the fiscal tax year 2005/2006.
An ordinance to repeal Article V, Section 21-137 of Chapter 21 of the Code of the City of Hampton, Virginia pertaining to motor vehicles and traffic
Consent Items - First Reading
Armistead Avenue Improvements Phase 1B
Circuit Court Space Needs Study
Consent Items - Other
Proposed acquisition of property known as 35 and 35A Barrack Street from John O. Spivey
Proposed acquisition of property, known as 18 Barrack Street, from the Hardin Land Trust, Charles A. Huffman, III, Trustee
449+/- square foot fee right-of-way acquisition from Buckroe Associates, LLC. on property located at 616 E. Mercury Boulevard.
Contract between the City of Hampton and Hattie E. Wilson, et al. for the purchase of property on Harriett Street.
Community Planning Assistance Grant
Fund Appropriation for Fort Monroe Legal and Lobbying Services
Approval of minutes from the special joint meeting of the Hampton City Council and the Hampton School Board, the afternoon session of the Hampton City Council, and the evening session of the Hampton City Council, all held on December 14, 2005.
PRESENTATIONS, PROCLAMATIONS, AWARDS
Proclamation in memory of Robert L. Journell
Proclamation in recognition of the 2005-2006 Hampton High School Crabbers Football Team
Presentation regarding Hampton's Recognition in 2005 Digital Cities Survey.
REPORTS BY CITY MANAGER, CITY COUNCIL, STAFF, COMMITTEES
Rezonings - Second Reading
Rezoning Application No.1218-B by the City of Hampton to rezone approximately 3.54 +/- acres from General Commercial District (C-3) to One-Family Residential District (R-9) to permit the use and construction of single family homes.
Rezonings - First Readings
Rezoning Application No.1215 by Joshua Rodriguez to rezone 0.65+/- acres at 614 Old Point Avenue from General Commercial (C-3) District to One Family Residence (R-9) District for four single family housing units.
Rezoning Application No.1219 by the City of Hampton to rezone approximately 1.9 +/- acres at 501, 503, 505, 507, 509 and 511 Shell Road; and 1426, 1430, 1432, 1434, 1436, and 1438 36th Street from General Commercial to a One-Family Residence District (R-9) to permit single family homes.
Comprehensive Plan Amendment
2010 Comprehensive Plan Amendment: Buckroe Master Plan and Fy05-09 Capital Improvement Plan Amendments
Ordinances - First Readings
Public hearing on proposed ordinance creating the Peninsula Town Center Community Development Authority
Public Hearing on the proposed ordinance adopting the Conservation Plan for the Hampton Coliseum Mall Project
Repeal and re-enact Chapter 32 Solid Waste of the Code of the City of Hampton.
Resolution authorizing a procedure for providing cash flow management for private operation of the Hampton Roads Convention Center
consider an appointment to the Parks & Recreation Advisory Board.
consider an appointment to the Hampton Clean City Commission
consider appointments to the Towing Advisory Board.
Conditional Privilege - Review
Requested voluntary termination of Conditional Privilege No. 80 for Live Entertainment at Bahir Dar Restaurant, 17 E. Queens Way.
Appeal of Denial of Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity by Jachin Chandler
Audiences Granted to the General Public
Miscellaneous New Business