The City of Norfolk

CITY COUNCIL
AGENDA
TUESDAY, JULY 24, 2018

 
Worksession Agenda
City Hall - 10th Floor Conference Room
 
Dinner & Closed Session - 4:00
 
Closed Session
  • Real Estate Matter
 
Agenda Overview
Douglas L. Smith, City Manager
 
St. Paul's Update
Susan Perry, Special Assistant to the City Manager
 
Mid-Year Update
Larry D. Boone, Chief, Norfolk Police Department
Karen Parker Chesson, Public Information Officer
 
Animal Care & Adoption Center Update
Barbara Hays, Bureau Manager, Norfolk Animal Care Center
 
Hurricane Preparedness
Jim Redick, Director, Emergency Operations Center
 
Community Hospitality Partnership
Ihsane Mouak, Sr. Business Development Manager
 
Announcement of Meeting
 
Formal Session
7:00 PM - Council Chambers, City Hall, 11th Floor
 
Prayer
Prayer to be offered by Reverend Dr. Keith Jones, Shiloh Baptist 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, to hear comments to amend Sections 14.1-9 and 14.1-10, SO AS TO change the boundary between the Superwards; to amend and reordain Sections 14.1-12, 14.1-16, 14.1-53 and 14.1-56, SO AS TO change the boundaries of the Granby Precinct, the Titustown Precinct, the Chesterfield Precinct and the Ruffner Academy Precinct respectively; to delete Section 14.1-54, Subsection 14.1-75(22) and Section 14.1-120, SO AS TO eliminate the Brambleton Precinct.
 
PH-2
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 to authorize the conveyance to DPT Construction, LLC on property located at 2914 and 2918 E. Virginia Beach Boulevard.
 
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 the City Planning Commission, for a Zoning Text Amendment to Section 3.3.9, “Uses for the Commercial Base Zoning Districts,” Section 3.5.7, “Uses for the Industrial Base Zoning Districts,” Section 3.7.13, “Uses for the Special Purpose Districts,” and Section 4.2.3(G), “Performance Standards for all Principal Uses – Standards Specific to Industrial Uses” of the Norfolk Zoning Ordinance to modify allowable uses within certain zoning districts and to amend Performance Standards for these uses when located within a certain proximity to residential and Planned Development Zoning Districts.
 
PH-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 Monument Development Thirteen, LLC, a) for a change of zoning to apply the Norfolk & Western Historic Overlay (HO – N&W) District. b) for a Conditional Use Permit to allow Dwelling, Multi-Family Use in a structure within the HO – N&W District on properties within the 600 block of W. 23rd and W. 24th Streets; properties bounded to the south by W. 23rd Street, to the north by W. 24th Street, to the east by Newport Avenue and to the west by Gosnold Avenue.
 
PH-5
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 approving a Lease Agreement between the City of Norfolk and Brilliant Beginnings Learning Center, II, Ltd., on property located at 1210 W. Little Creek Road.
 
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 accepting the donation of $30,017.34 to the City from the Slover Foundation and appropriating and authorizing the expenditure of the funds to support Library Youmedia Service and Programs.
 
C-2
Letter from the City Attorney and an Ordinance entitled, An Ordinance directing the City Treasurer to issue a refund in the amount of $3,318.41 plus interest to IJF Enterprises, LLC D/B/A Woodcraft based upon the overpayment of its 2018 Business License Tax.
 
C-3
Letter from the City Attorney and an Ordinance entitled, An Ordinance directing the City Treasurer to issue a refund in the amount of $5,142.15 plus interest to MCAP Legion, LLC based upon the overpayment of its 2018 Business License Tax.
 
C-4
Letter from the City Attorney and an Ordinance entitled, An Ordinance directing the City Treasurer to issue a refund in the amount of $11,892.41 plus interest to WealthQuest Financial Services, L.L.C. based upon the overpayment of its 2018 Business License Tax.
 
C-5
Letter from the City Attorney and an Ordinance entitled, An Ordinance directing the City Treasurer to issue a refund in the amount of $6,911.69 plus interest to Walgreen Co. based upon the overpayment of its 2017 and 2018 Business License Tax.
 
C-6
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, An Ordinance accepting a grant award of $45,000 from the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services for the Norfolk Community Services Board Infant and Toddler Connections Program to provide early intervention services, appropriating the funds and authorizing their expenditure.
 
C-7
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, An Ordinance accepting $243,011.78 in grant funds from the Virginia Department of Social Services for the Norfolk Community Services Board to provide services and activities for individuals with behavioral health disorders to overcome employment barriers and for the temporary assistance for Needy Families Program of the Norfolk Human Services Department and appropriating and authorizing the expenditure of the funds for the services, activities and program.
 
Regular Agenda
 
R-1
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance granting a conditional use permit authorizing a billboard on property located at 5901 East Virginia Beach Boulevard,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-2
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance granting a conditional use permit to authorize the operation of a nightclub named ‘Granny’s Country Cooking’ on property located at 628 35th Street, Suite 636-A and 636-B,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-3
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance permitting Growing Norfolk, LLC to encroach into the right-of-way at 429 Granby Street with a blade sign,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-4
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance permitting Joseph Mitchell Sandlin, as Trustee of the Mitchell Sandlin Trust dated January 11, 2017 to encroach into an unnamed right-of-way at 6000 West River Road with a shed, driveway, fences and landscaping,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-5
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance approving a Right of Entry Agreement permitting the Elizabeth River Project to go upon and use various City owned properties, the locations to be approved by the City Manager, for the purpose of enhancing and planting wetlands, creating oyster reefs and planting trees and shrubs to benefit the City and its water quality,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-6
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance granting Elizabeth E. Falco permission to encroach into City-owned property located adjacent to 2932 Creekwood Road with stone revetment, flexamat planting and the replacement of an existing pier, and approving the terms and conditions of the License Agreement,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-7
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance designating E. Tazewell Street between Granby Street and Monticello Avenue as Jake & Otto Wells Way,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-8
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance approving the conveyance by the Norfolk Redevelopment Housing Authority to the City of Norfolk of the properties collectively known as Triangle Park; authorizing the City Manager to accept a Special Warranty Deed on behalf of the City; and authorizing the expenditure of a sum of up to $10,000.00 for related transactional costs,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-9
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance amending and reordaining Section 1 of Ordinance No. 47,229, effective July 1, 2018, appropriating funds for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019, SO AS TO conform with increases to the Commonwealth’s Budgeted Funds for the Norfolk Public Schools,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-10
Letter from the City Manager and a Resolution entitled, “A Resolution approving the Norfolk Community Services Board’s Performance Contract with the Commonwealth for Fiscal Year 2019 renewable by Mutual Agreement for Fiscal Year 2020,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-11
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance approving a Right of Entry and License Agreement permitting the Urban Renewal Center to enter upon and use the school property at Jacox Elementary School for the purpose of project makeover,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-12
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance granting Peter R. Buryk and Melissa A. Buryk permission to encroach into City-owned property located adjacent to 6005 River Road with a pier and approving the terms and conditions of the License Agreement,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-13
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance authorizing the purchase of a public access easement from The Retreat at Harbor Pointe, L.P., and requiring The Retreat at Harbor Pointe, L.P., to reserve 50 units for Section 8/Housing Choice Vouchers; appropriating and authorizing the expenditure of $770,030 for the purchase of the easement and developer’s obligation to reserve 50 residential units for Section 8/Housing Choice Voucher holders; and authorizing the City Manager to negotiate an Agreement with The Retreat at Harbor Pointe, L.P., to carry out the intent of the Council,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.