Last Publish on 1/26/2006 11:07:55 AM
City Of Hampton, VA
22 Lincoln Street
Hampton, Va 23669

www.hampton.gov
NOTICE OF ACTION
City Council - Evening Session
Council Chambers, 8th Floor, City Hall
Wednesday, January 25, 2006
7:29:18 PM
Randall A. Gilliland, Angela Lee Leary, Charles N. Sapp, Joseph H. Spencer, II, Turner M. Spencer, Rhet Tignor, Ross A. Kearney, II, Mayor
Staff:
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 -
MAYOR'S COMMENTS
CONSENT AGENDA
Consent Items - Other
1.06-0029Hampton Domestic Violence Community Unified Response Effort (CURE) V-STOP Grant
ACTION: Approved items 1, 3 and 4 through 6 of the Consent Agenda.
2.06-0031Temporary Nonexclusive, Revocable License Agreement between the City of Hampton and Qwest Communications Corporation.
ACTION: Deferred (2/8/2006)
3.06-0036Resolution to accept the 2005 Four-for-Life funding in the amount of $93,781.80. Funds are allocated to the City of Hampton-Division of Fire & Rescue through the Office of Emergency Medical Services, Virginia Department of Health.
ACTION: Approved items 1, 3 and 4 through 6 of the Consent Agenda.
4.06-0043Downtown Hampton – Public Infrastructure Improvements on Franklin Street and Old Hampton Lane
ACTION: Approved items 1, 3 and 4 through 6 of the Consent Agenda.
5.06-0050Resolution authorizing the appropriation of $27,000.00 from the Economic Development Fund to the Industrial Development Authority for the construction of a sanitary sewer system to service 2025 58th Street.
ACTION: Approved items 1, 3 and 4 through 6 of the Consent Agenda.
6.06-0052Approval of minutes from the afternoon and evening sessions of the Hampton City Council on January 11, 2006.
ACTION: Approved items 1, 3 and 4 through 6 of the Consent Agenda.
PRESENTATIONS, PROCLAMATIONS, AWARDS
7.06-0045Presentation by representatives of the Downtown Hampton Child Development Center.
ACTION: Presented by children representing the Downtown Hampton Child Development Center who sang to the City Council. They were introduced by Councilman Rhet Tignor. Jaynelle Oehler, Executive Director of the Downtown Hampton Child Development Cetner gave brief remarks.
8.06-0049Presentation of national and state awards to the Hampton Clean City Commission and its partners, Fort Monroe and the Woman's Club of Hampton
ACTION: Deferred (2/8/2006)

MOVER: Councilmember Angela Lee Leary.
SECONDER: Vice Mayor Joseph H. Spencer, II.
9.06-0034Proclamation proclaiming February 5-11, 2006 as Crime Prevention Week in the City of Hampton.
ACTION: Presented to Jesse Butts, President of the Wythe Exchange Club, and Lt. Curtis Coles of the Hampton Police Department by Councilwoman Angela Leary.
10.06-0035Proclamation Proclaiming February 19-25, 2006 as National Engineers Week in the City of Hampton.
ACTION: Presented to Dan West, President of the Peninsula Engineers Council by Councilman Charlie Sapp.
11.06-0055Proclamation in recognition of the 2005-2006 Hampton University Pirates Football Team.
ACTION: Presented to representatives of Hampton University by Vice Mayor Joseph Spencer. Dr. Calvin D. Jamison, Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer of hampton University, thanked Council for the recognition and Coach Joe Taylor gave brief remarks.
REPORTS BY CITY MANAGER, CITY COUNCIL, STAFF, COMMITTEES
12.06-0046Briefing on Youth and Family Golf Programs
ACTION: Presented by Martha Miller, Golf Program Manager, who introduced Barbara Burge of the Citizen Advisory Committee. Additional speakers were Rebecca Mahan and Gerri Foster with her children Keli and Kyle.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
Rezonings - Second Reading
13.06-0015Rezoning 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.
ACTION: Adopted on Second and Final Reading

MOVER: Vice Mayor Joseph H. Spencer, II.
SECONDER: Councilmember Rhet Tignor.
Rezonings - First Readings
14.06-0041Rezoning Application No.1222 by Marlyn Development Corp. to rezone 4.92+/- acres at 2150 Cunningham Drive from One Family Residence District (R-9) and Multiple Dwelling District (R-M) to Multiple Dwelling District (MD-4) for a senior apartment complex.
ACTION: Adopted on First Reading - subject to six (6) conditions.

MOVER: Councilmember Randall A. Gilliland.
SECONDER: Councilmember Turner M. Spencer.
Use Permit
15.06-0042Use Permit No. 1005 by Craig Davis Properties which will permit construction of a building in Hampton Roads Center North Campus at 300 Exploration Way to exceed the current fifty five feet (55’) height limit.
ACTION: Approved

MOVER: Councilmember Randall A. Gilliland.
SECONDER: Councilmember Turner M. Spencer.
Comprehensive Plan Amendment
16.06-00402010 Comprehensive Plan Amendment: 2006 Kecoughtan Corridor Master Plan
ACTION: Moved to recommend approval of the Kecoughtan Road Corridor Master Plan as an amendment to the 2010 Comprehensive Plan subject to the additions and modifications recommended by staff.

MOVER: Councilmember Randall A. Gilliland.
SECONDER: Councilmember Turner M. Spencer.
General Items
Ordinances
17.06-0018Repeal and re-enact Chapter 32 Solid Waste of the Code of the City of Hampton.
ACTION: Adopted on Second and Final Reading Cynthia Hudson, City Attorney, indicated that this action is repealing Chapter 32 and the re-enacted chapter will be 32.1.

MOVER: Vice Mayor Joseph H. Spencer, II.
SECONDER: Councilmember Randall A. Gilliland.
18.06-0053An ordinance to amend and re-enact Chapter 2 of the Code of the City of Hampton, Virginia entitled "ADMINISTRATION," ARTICLE II “CITY COUNCIL”, DIVISION 2, “MEETINGS,” SECTION 2-51, “MINUTES TO BE PHOTOCOPIED AND RECORDED.”
ACTION: Adopted on First Reading - Councilman Charlie Sapp spoke briefly explaining the reasoning behind this item and the following agenda item with respect to minutes in closed sessions of Council.

MOVER: Vice Mayor Joseph H. Spencer, II.
SECONDER: Councilmember Randall A. Gilliland.
19.06-0054An ordinance to amend and re-enact Chapter 2 of the Code of the City of Hampton, Virginia entitled “ADMINISTRATION,” ARTICLE II “CITY COUNCIL”, DIVISION 2, “MEETINGS”, by adding Section 2-52, “MINUTES OF CLOSED MEETINGS.”
ACTION: Adopted on First Reading

MOVER: Councilmember Randall A. Gilliland.
SECONDER: Councilmember Angela Lee Leary.
Appointments
20.05-0710consider appointments to the Towing Advisory Board.
ACTION: Appointed Lee Moore. The other two citizen appointments will be made at a later Council meeting.

MOVER: Vice Mayor Joseph H. Spencer, II.
SECONDER: Councilmember Turner M. Spencer.
Audiences Granted to the General Public
  Frank Wheeler of 623 Buckroe Avenue spoke concerning school construction in Buckroe.

Michael Wade of 15 Westminister Drive requested that Council support the expansion of the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel and support a bill which is pending before the General Assembly requesting that 75% of each Redevelopment and Housing Authority statewide be comprised of non-elected individuals. Councilman Gilliland indicated Council's support of the expansion of the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel and expressed Council's disagreement with House Bill 900.

Donnie Tuck of 318 Riverside Drive spoke about a new parking garage and the razing of the Suntrust Building in connection with the apartments being constructed in Downtown Hampton.

Frank J. Ottofarro of 63 Wheatland Drive spoke about time allotted to Audiences Granted to the General Public.




Miscellaneous New Business
  Councilwoman Leary shared that the first meeting concerning the North King Street Corridor just took place.

Councilwoman Leary asked if the Letter to the Editor in today's Daily Press truly represented Councilman Tignor's words. Councilman Tignor indicated they were his words and the intent of the letter was to correct misstatements in the Daily Press. Councilman Tignor stated that it was not his intention to hurt Mr. Burton's feelings in any way.
Adjournment