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COLONIAL HEIGHTS CITY COUNCIL
 AGENDA


REGULAR MEETING
CITY HALL

Council Members
Michael A. Cherry
 John E. Piotrowski
 Dr. Laura F. Poe
 Robert W. Wade
 John T. Wood
 Elizabeth G. Luck, Vice-Mayor
 T. Gregory Kochuba, Mayor

              October 12, 2021  7:00 PM             
1.

Call to Order

2.

Roll Call

3.

Devotion - The Honorable John E. Piotrowski

4.

Pledge of Allegiance

5.

Adoption of Agenda

6.

Declarations of Personal Interest

7.

Commendations and Presentations

A.

Presentation Of The City's 2021 Annual Donation To The Chesterfield/Colonial Heights Christmas Mother, Phyllis Taylor Poats

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 by Members of the Public and Council Members

10.

Advertised Public Hearings:

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 21-20

(Second Reading) Awarding a one-time $3,000 bonus to the City Sheriff and full-time sworn Sheriff’s deputies.

B.

AN ORDINANCE NO 21-FIN-11

(Second Reading)  To amend the General Fund Budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2022, by appropriating $1,120,199 consisting of: 1) $767 in prior year donations to the Office on Youth shoe account; 2) $2,000 in donations made to the Sheriff’s Office; 3) $1,117,432 in prior year encumbrances. Additionally, to transfer the following amounts: 1) $2,250 from the contributions budget to the Office on Youth; and 2) $1,790 from the Council contingency account to the contributions budget for the Crater Regional Workforce.

To amend the Recreation Fund budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2022, by appropriating $8,176 in prior year encumbrances.

To amend the Stormwater Fund budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2022, by appropriating $71,696 in prior year encumbrances.

To amend the Water and Sewer Fund budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2022, by appropriating $198,924 in prior year encumbrances.

C.

August 10, 2021 Regular Meeting Minutes

D.

September 10, 2021 Special Meeting Minutes

E.

September 14, 2021 Special Meeting Minutes

F.

September 14, 2021 14 Regular Meeting Minutes

G.

September 21, 2021 Special Meeting Minutes

13.

Introduction and Consideration of Ordinances and Resolutions

A.

AN ORDINANCE NO 21-FIN-12

(First Reading)  To amend the General Fund Budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021, by appropriating $854,600 in additional funds to be transferred to the schools pursuant to the Memorandum of Understanding between the City and the School Board.

B.

AN ORDINANCE NO 21-FIN-13

(First Reading)  To amend the General Fund Budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2022, by appropriating $31,878 consisting of: 1) $650 in prior year donations to the Animal Shelter; 2) $1,253 in donations made to the Youth Advisory Council; 3) $7,900 in prior year reserves for the Office on Youth; 4) $925 in donations to the Office on Youth Shoe Fund; 5) $5,000 in donations to the K-9 program for vehicle equipment, and 6) $16,150 in funding from the Compensation Board for bonuses in the Sheriff's Office.

To amend the Water and Sewer Fund Budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2022, by appropriating $3,629 in insurance recoveries for the replacement of a lawn mower.

C.

A RESOLUTION NO 21-40, AS AMENDED

Authorizing the submission to the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) of an application for federal FY 2022-23 Transportation Alternatives Program funding; requesting financial assistance in an amount up to $188,855 for the Safe Routes to School Phase III Middle School project; $615,293 for the Boulevard Spur of the Appomattox River Greenway Trail; $4,151,088 for Phase VI of the Appomattox River Greenway Trail; and committing to pay the 20% local match for each project and provide for future maintenance and upkeep of the completed projects. Also, repealing Resolution No. 21-40, which Council approved on September 14, 2021.

14.

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

A.

AN ORDINANCE NO 21-17

(Second Reading) To grant a special exception permit, with conditions, to Roslyn Farm Corporation to permit a substance abuse clinic at 300A Temple Lake Drive, also known as parcel identification number 68125800008, which is zoned GB – General Business District.

15.

Reports of Officers and Documents Related Thereto

A.

City Manager

1.

Update on Transaction Fees for Credit/Debit Card Payments

B.

City Attorney

C.

Director of Planning and Community Development

1.

Planning Boards And Commissions Summary

16.

Adjournment