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 CITY COUNCIL
AGENDA
TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 2017

 
Work Session Agenda
City Hall - 10th Floor Conference Room
 
Dinner
(4:30 - 5:00)
 
Closed Session
(4:30 – 5:00)
  • Real Estate Matter
  • Legal Matter
 
Budget Worksession
(5:00 – 6:00)
Mayor Kenneth C. Alexander
 
Agenda Overview
(6:00)
Douglas L. Smith, Interim City Manager
 
Renovation of Diggs Town
(6:00 - 6:15)
John Kownack, Executive Director
Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority
 
Park Place Residential Overlay
(6:15 - 6:30)
George Homewood, Director of Planning

 
Real Estate Tax Rate Public Hearing - Council Chambers, City Hall, 11th Floor
(6:30 – 7:00)
 
Announcement of Meeting
 
Formal Session
7:00 PM - Council Chambers, City Hall, 11th Floor
 
Prayer
Prayer to be offered by the Reverend Derek Koolman, Christ United Methodist Church, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
 
Public Hearings
 
PH-1
PUBLIC HEARING scheduled this day under the State law, public notice having been inserted in the local press by the City Clerk, on the application of the City Planning Commission, City Planning Commission, to amend Section 11-3 "Floodplain/Coastal Hazard Overlay Districts FPCHO" of the City's Zoning Ordinance, in order to clarify requirements for accessory structures and to clarify terms.
 
PH-2
PUBLIC HEARING scheduled this day under the State law, public notice having been inserted in the local press by the City Clerk, on the application of Monument Development Seven, LLC, to designate the existing structure as a Norfolk Historic Landmark on property located at 529 W. 24th Street.
 
PH-3
PUBLIC HEARING scheduled this day under the State law, public notice having been inserted in the local press by the City Clerk, on the application of Hank's Filling Station, for a change of zoning from R-8 (Single-Family) to C-2 (Corridor Commercial) on property located at 810 43rd Street.
 
P-4
PUBLIC HEARING scheduled this day under the State law, public notice having been inserted in the local press by the City Clerk, on the application of the City Planning Commission, to amend Chapter 4, "Residence Districts," of the Zoning Ordinance to include Single Family - Traditional (SF-T) District and for a change of zoning from R-8 (Single-Family) District and Residential Compatibility Overlay (RCO) District to Single Family -Traditional (SF-T) District.
 
P-5
PUBLIC HEARING scheduled this day under the State law, public notice having been inserted in the local press by the City Clerk, on the application of the City Planning Commission, for a Text Amendment to Section 11-27, "Park Place Residential Overlay District," of the City's Zoning Ordinance.

(PUBLIC HEARING TO BE CONTINUED TO MAY 9, 2017.)
 
PH-6
PUBLIC HEARING scheduled this day under the State law, public notice having been inserted in the local press by the City Clerk, on the application of Norfolk Terminal, LP, for the closing, vacating and discontinuing portions of Springfield Avenue lying east of Ford Drive and a portion of Poppleton Street.

(PUBLIC HEARING TO BE CONTINUED TO MAY 9, 2017.) 
 
Consent Agenda
ALL MATTERS LISTED UNDER THE CONSENT AGENDA WILL BE ENACTED BY ONE MOTION IN THE FORM LISTED. IF DISCUSSION IS DESIRED ON ANY ITEM, IT WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA AND CONSIDERED SEPARATELY.
 
C-1
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, An Ordinance granting a Special Exception to permit seven or more multi-family dwelling units on properties located at 4334 to 4350 East Little Creek Road and 7905 to 7917 Turner Road
 
Regular Agenda
 
R-1
Matter of letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance granting a Special Exception to permit the operation of an auto title loan establishment named "Loan Max" on property located at 3607 North Military Highway," will be introduced in writing and read by its title.

(APPLICANT REQUESTED THIS MATTER TO BE CONTINUED TO MAY 23, 2017.)
 
R-2
Letter from the City Manager and a Resolution entitled, "A Resolution to approve the issuance by the Joint Industrial Development Authority of the Northampton County and Towns of a Revenue and Refunding Bond in an amount not to exceed $10,000,000 for the benefit of the Young Men's Christian Association of South Hampton Roads and upon which the City of Norfolk shall not have any payment obligation," will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-3
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance approving an extension of Lease Agreement with Little Creek National Pony League, Inc. for the lease of a portion of City owned property located at 2100 Tarrallton Drive," will be introduced in writing and read by its title.