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City Council Meeting

A G E N D A
MONTGOMERY CITY COUNCIL
JANAURY 7, 2020 – 5:00 P.M.
COUNCIL AUDITORIUM


Prayer by Councillor Mitchell or guest
Pledge of Allegiance
Approval of December 17, 2019 Work Session Minutes
Approval of December 17, 2019 Regular Council Meeting Minutes
Approval of December 30, 2019 Adjourned 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. Mayoral Veto of Resolution No. 268-2019 revoking the Business License of Mohnish Patel, a/k/a Rajraichand Hotel LLC, d/b/a Best Western, 5225 Carmichael Road.  Reason:  Paid in full.  Business in compliance.

2. Public hearing on the proposed Ordinance amending Section 5-11 of the Code of Ordinances adopting the National Electrical Code 2020 Edition.

3. Ordinance amending Section 5-11 Adoption of electrical code and adopting the National Electrical code, 2020 Edition.

4. Public Hearing on the proposed Ordinance amending Section 5-123 – Permit inspection fees of the Code of Ordinance.

5. Ordinance amending Section 5-123 – Permit inspection fees 

NEW BUSINESS

6. Resolution authorizing a Project Agreement and related documents for the Use and Grant of Public funds and Things of Value in aid of DG Fresh Distribution AL, LLC and certain other private entities.

7. Resolution proposing to consider the adoption of a 1 Percent Occupational Tax and set a committee to study the proposed allocations for revenues generated.  (Sponsored by Councillor Pruitt)

8. Resolution approving the issuance of a Business License to Adam Stuart, d/b/a Special Event Lighting, 1570 East Ann Street.

9. Resolution authorizing a Show Cause Hearing for January 21, 2020 for Melinda Futrell, d/b/a Club Sky Bar, 3627 Debby Drive as to why her business license should not be revoked.

10. Resolution denying and/or  revoking right to operate a business for failure to purchase Business License by Kevin Jeter, d/b/a Metro Signworks LLC, 860 Plantation Way.

11. Resolution denying and/or revoking right to operate a business for failure to purchase Business License for Rachel White, d/b/a Focarelli’s Pizza, 8125 Decker Lane, Suite K.
12. Application for an Alternative Transportation Service by Julia Ann Jones, d/b/a I Care Transportation Services, 55 Raines Avenue.

13. Application for an Alternative Transportation Service by Tyrone L. Todd, d/b/a King’s Airport Shuttle LLC, 3314 Sommerville Drive.

14. Application for Retail Beer & Retail Table Wine (Off Premises Only) Licenses by Plas Enterprise Inc., d/b/a VIP Convenience Store, 3215 Atlanta Highway.

15. Application for a Lounge Retail Liquor – Class II (Package) License by Plas Enterprise Inc., d/b/a VIP Tobacco and Package Outlet, 3213 Atlanta Highway.

16. Resolution appointing Reginald Hawkins to the Planning Commission by Councillor Calhoun replacing Jerome T. Moore, III.

17. Resolution reappointing Gregory Crawford to the Water and Sewer Board by Councillor Calhoun.

18. Pursuant to Section 11-53-B-1 et Seq., Code of Alabama, authorization of demolition of unsafe structures at the following locations:
• 2070 Oklahoma St. 10 04 17 1 045 009.000
• 2409 Chestnut St. 10 03 05 1 012 005.000
• 3054 Dudley St. 11 04 24 4 001 0022.000 

19. 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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