The City of Norfolk

CITY COUNCIL
AGENDA
TUESDAY, MAY 22, 2018

 
Worksession Agenda
City Hall - 10th Floor Conference Room
 
Dinner & Closed Session - 4:30
 
Closed Session
  • Legal Matters
  • Personnel
 
Agenda Overview
Douglas L. Smith, City Manager
 
Stormwater Water Quality Projects Update
June Whitehurst, Environmental Program Manager
 
Complete Streets and Bike Month Wrap Up
Lenny Newcomb, Acting Director of Planning
Paul Forehand, Bike/Pedestrian Coordinator
 
RPOS Summer Programming
James Mickle, Division Head Recreation & Leisure Activities
 
Announcement of Meeting
 
Formal Session
7:00 PM - Council Chambers, City Hall, 11th Floor
 
Prayer
Prayer to be offered by Reverend Dr. David Goodpasture Miles Memorial United Methodist Church, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
 
Public Hearings
 
PH-1
MATTER OF A 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 Dollar General, for a change of zoning to modify the proffered conditions of property zoned Conditional C-C (Community Commercial) and located at 3350 Chesapeake Boulevard, 3323-3327 Kansas Avenue, and property located on the east side of Illinois Avenue.

(CONTINUE TO JUNE 12, 2018)
 
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 411 York Street, LLC for a change of zoning from HC-WF1 (West Freemason Historic and Cultural Conservation) to Conditional HC-WF2 (West Freemason Historic and Cultural Conservation) on property located at 406 Bute Street and 411 York 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, to hear comments on the issuance and sale of Wastewater System Revenue Bonds up to 9,000,000 by the City of Norfolk.
 
Regular Agenda
 
R-1
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance appropriating funds for operation of the city for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019, appropriating $826,678 from the land acquisition/revolving fund balance, appropriating U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) entitlement grants, authorizing short-term equipment financing, increasing certain fees, increasing the real estate property tax, increasing the cigarette tax, increasing the flat tax on transient lodging, providing a supplement for certain eligible retirees and regulating the payment of money from the City Treasury,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-2
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance approving and adopting the Fiscal Year 2019 Compensation Plan for officers and employees of the City, amending and reordaining the Norfolk City Code 1979, as amended, and approving criteria and procedures for pay supplements for certain constitutional and state officers and their employees,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-3
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance approving the Capital Improvement Plan budget for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019; appropriating $112,039,271 for certain projects approved therein; authorizing an issue of bonds in the amount of $85,510,137, of which $1,692,409 is the reappropriation of previously authorized, but unissued, bonds; and authorizing the expenditure of $26,529,134 in cash.
 
R-4
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance approving the 2019 Officer and Employee Health Insurance Plans, the employer and employee contribution rates and authorizing the expenditure from the health care fund of a sum sufficient heretofore appropriated,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-5
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance to amend and reordain Sections 37-2(f), 37-61(a) and (n), and 37-75(b) of the Norfolk City Code, 1979, SO AS TO address the average final compensation and the normal service retirement age of certain members of the City’s Retirement System,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-6
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance approving the July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 Budget for the Norfolk Law Library, authorizing the City Treasurer to make disbursements and appropriating and authorizing the expenditure of up to $228,000.00 by the Norfolk Law Library from various sources including monies assesses and collected by the City as part of costs in civil court actions in accordance with the approved budget and the October 1, 1987 Agreement among the City, the Norfolk Law Library and the Norfolk and Portsmouth Bar Association,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-7
Letter from the City Manager and a Resolution entitled, “A Resolution adopting a policy to govern the allocation of local revenue to Norfolk Public Schools,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-8
MATTER OF AN INVITATION TO BID scheduled this day under the State law, public notice having been inserted in the local press by the City Clerk to accept bids for a long-term Easement with a term of forty (40) years across City of Norfolk property located in the City of Suffolk.

(Passed by at the meeting of May 8, 2018)
 
R-9
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance to amend and reordain Sections 24.205 and 24-209.2 of the Norfolk City Code, 1979, SO AS TO add the definitions of nonqualified transfer and qualified owner and to clarify when the amount of real estate taxes deferred in article become due,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-10
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance establishing certain public areas and streets of the City of Norfolk as the “Festival Area” and setting forth the regulations applicable to such festival area for the Norfolk Harborfest 2018 celebration,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-11
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance closing certain city-owned docks to public use during the Norfolk Harborfest 2018 celebration,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-12
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance to schedule the start time of the organizational City Council meeting at 11:30 a.m., Tuesday, July 3, 2018 in the Council Chamber,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-13
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, An Ordinance granting Deidre M. Brown and Timothy L. Brown permission to encroach into city-owned property located adjacent to 789 W. Ocean View Avenue with an existing pier and walkway and approving the terms and conditions of the License Agreement.
 
R-14
Letter from the City Clerk transmitting an Abstract of Votes cast in the City of Norfolk at the General Election held on May 1, 2018, pursuant to Section 24.2-675 of the Code of Virginia.

Recommended Action: Receive and file.
 
R-15
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance to repeal one Subsection of Section 25-654, and to amend and reordain Sections 25-649, 652,654 and 656 of the Norfolk City Code, 1979, SO AS TO add one new right turn on red prohibition, one new one-way street, seven new stop intersections, and one new street included in the prohibition regarding trucks of one-half tone or over,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-16
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance to schedule a City Council meeting on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at 3:30 p.m. to tour Ward 3 by bus,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.