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COLONIAL HEIGHTS CITY COUNCIL
AGENDA

 

REGULAR MEETING
CITY HALL

Council Members
Michael A. Cherry
Kenneth B. Frenier
W. Joe Green, Jr.
John E. Piotrowski
John T. Wood
Elizabeth G. Luck, Vice-Mayor
T. Gregory Kochuba, Mayor

 DATE:  October 9, 2018
TIME: 7:00 PM
1.

Call to Order

2.

Roll Call

3.

Devotion - The Honorable John T. Wood

4.

Pledge of Allegiance

5.

Adoption of Agenda

6.

Declarations of Personal Interest

7.

Commendations and Presentations

A.

Introduction of the 2018 Chesterfield-Colonial Heights Christmas Mother and Presentation of City Donation

B.

A PROCLAMATION

Designating The Month Of October 2018 As "Domestic Violence Awareness And Prevention Month" In The City Of Colonial Heights, Virginia
C.

Inroduction Of The City's Newest K9 Officer, Justice, By His Partner, Senior Officer Hermon "P.J." Calhoun.

8.

Reading of Manner of Addressing Council.

ANY MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC addressing the Council shall approach the lectern, give his name and address in an audible tone of voice for the record, AND ADDRESS THE COUNCIL AS A BODY RATHER THAN SPEAK TO ANY MEMBER. Unless further time is granted by the Council, ANY MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC shall address the Council for a maximum of five (5) minutes, regardless of the number of issues he desires to discuss. PROVIDED however, that the main proponent of any application, petition, or plan that is the subject of a public hearing shall be allowed to address the Council initially for a maximum of ten (10) minutes and later in rebuttal for a maximum of three (3) minutes.
9.

Written Petitions and Communications

10.

Advertised Public Hearings

A.

AN ORDINANCE NO 18-10

(First Reading) Amending Chapter 258, Taxation, of the Colonial Heights City Code by adding an Article IIC, consisting of §§ 258-16.11 through 258-16.17, establishing a program to partially exempt from real estate taxation certain qualifying rehabilitated residential structures.

B.

AN ORDINANCE NO 18-31

(First Reading) Amending § 244-14 of Chapter 244, Solid Waste, of the Colonial Heights City Code to provide for civil penalties for noncompliance.


C.

AN ORDINANCE NO 18-33

(First Reading) To amend §§ 286-326.04 and 286-326.08 of Chapter 286, Zoning, of the Colonial Heights City Code, to change several incorrect legal citations; to amend §§ 286-326.30, 286-326.32, 286-326.34, and 286-326.36 of the chapter, which relate to general performance standards, resource protection area standards, nonconformities, and administrative waivers and exceptions within a Chesapeake Bay Preservation Area; to repeal § 286-326.20 of the chapter; and to rescind Ordinance 18-3.  


11.

Hearing of Citizens Generally on Non-Agenda Items

12.

Consideration of Uncontested Minutes, Ordinances, Resolutions, and Motions in Accordance with the Consent Agenda

A.

AN ORDINANCE NO 18-29

(Second Reading) Amending §§ 32-1, 32-3, 32-6, and 32-13 of Chapter 32, Fire Department, of the Colonial Heights City Code by updating the Fire Department’s title, including the provision of emergency medical services as a main Departmental duty, and updating a Code of Virginia legal reference; and to further amend Chapter 32 by adding a new section 32-14 relating to criminal background checks for employment applicants.



B.

AN ORDINANCE NO 18-FIN-14

(Second Reading) To amend the General Fund Budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2017 and ending June 30, 2018, by transferring appropriations of 1) $4,200 from the Circuit Court budget to the Board of Elections to cover employee leave payout; and 2) $259,000 from the Contingency Fund to Health and Social Services for Comprehensive Services Act and Social Services expenditures.
To amend the Recreation Fund Budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2017 and ending June 30, 2018 by increasing expenditure appropriations by $22,200 and revenue appropriations by $13,500 to appropriate revenue collected for Senior Citizens programming that was spent during the fiscal year.
C.

AN ORDINANCE NO 18-FIN-15

(Second Reading) To amend the General Fund Budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019, to increase appropriations in the aggregate amount of $149,374, consisting of 1) a $2,000 donation from Walmart for K9 expenses to the Police Department; 2) a $3,963 VML grant to the Police Department; 3) an $11,510 DMV Selective Enforcement Grant to the Police Department; 4) a $2,000 grant from Walmart for the Kids After School Program to Youth & Human Services; and 5) $129,901 in encumbrances from the prior fiscal year.
To amend the Stormwater Fund Budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019, to appropriate $5,378 in encumbrances from the prior fiscal year.
To amend the Water & Sewer Fund Budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019, to appropriate $145,766 in encumbrances from the prior fiscal year.
D.

August 14, 2018 Regular Meeting Minutes

13.

Introduction and Consideration of Ordinances and Resolutions

A.

AN ORDINANCE NO 18-FIN-16

(First Reading) To amend the General Fund Budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019, to appropriate the aggregate amount of $109,836, consisting of 1) $87,739 of fund balance to be transferred to the CIP local matches on CIP transportation projects not transferred from prior fiscal years; 2) $4,057 in donations to the Sheriff’s Department received in current and previous fiscal years; 3) $5,100 of library donations received in prior fiscal years for the purchase of electronic equipment; 4) $2,000 in grants received from Walmart for K9 expenses; and 5) $10,940 in funds forfeited to the Police Department for the purchase of equipment.
To amend existing Capital Projects’ budgets as previously adopted by Council, by increasing expenditure appropriations by $109,939 to 1) appropriate $87,739 in local matches not transferred from the general fund in previous fiscal years; and 2) appropriate $22,200 in anticipated state funds not previously appropriated.
B.

A RESOLUTION NO 18-41

Providing signatory authority to the City Manager to execute the Fifth Amendment to the Special Project Service Agreement with the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority (CVWMA) for Residential Recycling and Drop-off Processing Services.
14.

Unfinished Business, Contested Ordinances and Resolutions, and Items Removed from the Consent Agenda

15.

Reports of Officers and Documents Related Thereto

A.

City Manager

B.

City Attorney

C.

Director of Planning and Community Development

16.

Adjournment