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City Council Meeting

A G E N D A
MONTGOMERY CITY COUNCIL
JUNE 2, 2020 – 5:00 P.M.
COUNCIL AUDITORIUM

THE NUMBER TO CALL IN TO PARTICIPATE IN THE MEETING IS:  
1-408-418-9388  and meeting access code:  961 088 051

Prayer by Councillor McInnis or guest
Pledge of Allegiance
Approval of May 19, 2020 Regular Council Meeting Minutes

Mayor’s Message
Candy Capell to address Council regarding Census 2020

Special Committee Reports

OLD BUSINESS

1. Hearing on proposed Ordinance rezoning one parcel of land located at 2665 Todd Road from a B-2-Q (Commercial-Qualified) Zoning District to a B-2 (Commercial) Zoning District.  Recommended by the Planning Commission.  (RZ-2005-011)

2. Hearing on proposed Ordinance rezoning one lot located on the north side of Martin Street, Approximately 350 feet east of Jackson Ferry Road, from an R-65-d (Duplex Residential) Zoning District to an R-99-s (Mobile Home Subdivision) Zoning District.  Recommended by the Planning Commission.  (RZ-2020-005)

3. Hearing on proposed Ordinance rezoning two parcels of land located on the northeast corner of South Jackson Street and Centennial Way from an O-1 (Office) Zoning District to a T5 (Urban Center) SmartCode Zoning District.  Recommended by the Planning Commission.  (RZ-2020-008)

NEW BUSINESS

4. Ordinance authorizing the issuance of Taxable General Obligation Warrant for $15,000,000.

5. Ordinance granting a License Agreement to William and Lorraine Richie to construct, install and maintain fence and shed over a portion of the ROW of Belmont Avenue and Felder Terrace.

6. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 81-2003 to correct legal description of Capitol Heights-Winona Historic District.

7. Resolution setting a public hearing for July 7, 2020 at 5 p.m. on the proposed adoption of the Technical Codes of the City of Montgomery, (with deletions and amendments) i.e., International Building Code 2018, International Fuel Gas Code 2018, International Mechanical Code 2019, International Plumbing Code 2018, International Property Maintenance Code 2018, International Residential Code 2018, International Energy Conservation Code 2018, International Existing Building Code 2018, and International Swimming Pool and Spa Code 2018.

8. Ordinance adopting the Technical Codes of the City of Montgomery, (with deletions and amendments) i.e., International Building Code 2018, International Fuel Gas Code 2018, International Mechanical Code 2019, International Plumbing Code 2018, International Property Maintenance Code 2018, International Residential Code 2018, International Energy Conservation Code 2018, International Existing Building Code 2018, and International Swimming Pool and Spa Code 2018.  TO BE CARRIED OVER TO JULY 7, 2020 FOR ACTION FOLLOWING PUBLIC HEARING.

9. Resolution supporting application of the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce to the Economic Development Administration to Plan and Conduct a Tourism Marketing Campaign in response to COVID-19 Impact.  (Sponsored by Councillor Jinright)

10. Application for a Lounge Retail Liquor – Class I License by Freeze Daiquiri Bar and Grill, LLC, d/b/a Freeze Daiquiri Bar and Grill, 115 East South Boulevard.

11. Application for Retail Beer & Retail Table Wine (Off Premises Only) Licenses by Circle K Stores, Inc., d/b/a Circle K Stores 2709081, 318 Madison Avenue.

12. Application for Retail Beer & Retail Table Wine (Off Premises Only) by 2019 Two Plus Inc., d/b/a Citgo Food Mart, 1600 South Decatur Street.

13. Resolution reappointing the Council President, Council President Pro Tem and Finance Director and appointing the Mayor’s Chief of Staff to the Emergency Communications District Board of Commissioners.

14. Pursuant to Section 11-53-B-1 et Seq., Code of Alabama, authorization of demolition of unsafe structures at the following locations:
• 643 Erskine Street – Parcel # 11 06 24 2 014 005.000
• 654 Erskine Street – Parcel # 11 06 24 2 015 006.000
• 220 Prairie Vista – Parcel # 11 07 25 4 005 048.000
• 3460 Gaston Avenue – Parcel # 11 07 25 2 002 014.000
• 3468 Gaston Avenue – Parcel # 11 07 25 2 002 013.000
• 1454 Oakland Street – Parcel # 11 06 24 2 004 049.000
• 1457 Oakland Street – Parcel # 11 06 24 2 028 009.000
• 4019 Southmont Drive – Parcel # 10 09 30 3 008 061.000
• 2850 Creative Street – Parcel # 04 09 32 2 011 009.000
• 220 Edward Street – Parcel # 04 09 29 3 007 010.000

15. Resolution assessing the cost of abatement of unsafe structures on various lots pursuant to Section 11-53B-1 et Seq., Code of Alabama.

16. 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

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