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City Council Meeting

A G E N D A
MONTGOMERY CITY COUNCIL
FEBRUARY 3, 2015 – 5:00 P.M.
COUNCIL AUDITORIUM

Prayer by Councillor Smith or Guest
Pledge of Allegiance
Approval of January 20, 2015 Work Session Minutes
Approval of January 20, 2015 Regular Council Meeting Minutes
Mayor’s Message
Special Committee Reports

Public Communications on Agenda Items (To address the Council during this time, the Roster must be signed before meeting begins indicating agenda item number to be discussed.)

 

OLD BUSINESS

  1. Application for a Business License by Samuel Brown, d/b/a HAC, 954 Highland Avenue.

     

    NEW BUSINESS
  2. Ordinance authorizing Purchase/Sale Agreement and Sale of Real Estate for economic development at 301 Bibb Street.

  3.  Resolution authorizing Mayor Strange to execute Project Development Agreement with City of Montgomery, County of Montgomery, and Big Daddy Foods, Inc., 2020 East South Boulevard and all documents pertaining thereto.

  4. Resolution authorizing Mayor Strange to execute Project Development Agreement with City of Montgomery, County of Montgomery, and Faircourt Properties LLC, to redevelop and renovate property located at corner of Fairview Avenue and South Court Street and all documents pertaining thereto.

  5. Resolution appointing members to the Board of Directors of The Montgomery County Public Education Cooperative District (Montgomery Mall).

  6. Resolution authorizing First Amendment to the Articles of Incorporation of The Montgomery County Public Education Cooperative District. (Montgomery Mall)  (To be carried over to February 17th meeting)

  7. Resolution approving Project Funding and Cooperation Agreement relating to the Public Education Project. (Montgomery Mall) (To be carried over to February 17th meeting)

  8. Resolution approving Incentives to BRC Montgomery Mall, LLC.  (To be carried over to February 17th meeting)

  9. Resolution increasing the membership of the Public Art Commission to 8 members from the arts and business community and 3 ex-officio members being museum curators and Director of the Department of Development.

  10. Resolution appointing Rusty Gregory, Helena Duncan and Nathaniel Allen to the Public Art Commission.

  11. Resolution authorizing Mayor Strange to make application to ADECA for a Recreational Trails Program grant for $100,000 for developing recreational trail along Alabama River connecting Riverfront Park southward to Powder Magazine Park and to the north across the Cypress Creek Inlet, authorizing Mayor to execute all documents pertaining thereto.

  12. Resolution authorizing Mayor Strange to make application to ADECA/LETS for $108,897.68 for a Section 402 Community Traffic Safety Program Fund (ADECA 16-SP-CP) 25% Match Grant.

  13. Resolution authorizing Mayor Strange to make application to ADECA/LETS for $98,800.00 for a Section 402 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Grant to provide funding for DUI, speeding and seatbelt enforcement.

  14. Resolution authorizing Mayor Strange to make application to ADECA/LETS for $102,372.00 for a Section 405d Hotspot Impaired Driving Enforcement Program Grant, to provide overtime funding for DUI enforcement.

  15. Resolution authorizing Mayor Strange to make application to ADECA/LETS for $25,783.00 for a Section 405b Grant to provide overtime funding during the FY16 “Click it or Ticket” mobilization for seatbelt enforcement.

  16. Resolution authorizing Mayor Strange to make application to ADECA/LETS for $20,805.00 for Section 410 Alcohol Grant to provide overtime funding during the FY16 Labor Day “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ mobilization for DUI enforcement.

  17. Application for a Restaurant Retail Liquor License by J K Company LLC, d/b/a WOW Wings Sports Café, 1000 Eastdale Mall.

  18. Application for a Restaurant Retail Liquor License by WOW Buffalo Wings LLC, d/b/a WOW Wings, 1130 Ann Street.

  19. Application for Retail Beer and Retail Table Wine (Off Premises Only) by HIRAL INC, d/b/a Northchase Chevron, 2615 Cong. W. L. Dickinson Drive.

  20. Application for a Lounge Retail Liquor-Class II (Package) License by KANRA INC, d/b/a Tobacco N Beverage III, 4220 Mobile Highway.

  21. Application for a Lounge Retail Liquor-Class II (Package) License by OPK Enterprises LLC, d/b/a OK Mini Mart, 427 West Fairview Avenue.

  22. Application for an Alternative Transportation Service by E. Mark Porterfield, a/k/a M&M Mobility, Inc., d/b/a Caliber Patient Care.

  23. Application for an Alternative Transportation Service by Cory Johnson, d/b/a Joshua Agency.

  24. Resolution assessing the cost of abatement of unsafe structures on various lots.

  25. Resolution declaring public nuisances, authorizing immediate abatement and assessing cost of abatement of public nuisances on various lots pursuant to Chapter 12 of Code of Ordinances. 

Council as a Committee

Public Communications on Non-Agenda Items   (To address the Council during this time, the City Clerk must have been contacted prior to Noon Monday)

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