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CITY COUNCIL
AGENDA

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2017

 
Work Session Agenda
City Hall - 10th Floor Conference Room
 
Dinner & Closed Session - 4:30
 
Closed Session
(4:30 – 5:00)
  • Legal Matter
 
Agenda Overview
(5:00 – 5:10)
Douglas L. Smith, City Manager
 
NDRC Update
(5:10 – 5:25)
Christine Morris, Chief Resilience Officer
Katerina Oskarsson, Deputy Resilience Officer

 
Waterside Marriott
(5:25 – 5:40)
Jared Chalk, Special Assistant to the City Manager

 
Norfolk Boards & Commissions - Discussion of Recommendations
(5:40 – 6:15)
Councilwoman Andria McClellan and
Councilman Tommy Smigiel

 
Retreat Recap
(6:15 -6:45)
Douglas L. Smith, City Manager
Suzanne Puryear, Facilitator
 
Announcement of Meeting
 
Formal Session
7:00 PM - Council Chambers, City Hall, 11th Floor
 
Prayer
Prayer to be offered by Reverend Darwin D. Little, Metropolitan A.M.E. Zion Methodist Church, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
 
Public Hearing
 
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 on approving a Lease Agreement between Bel-Aire Station, LLC, as Lessor, and the City of Norfolk, as Lessee, for the lease of property owned by Bel-Aire Station, LLC located at 1500 E. Little Creek Road; authorizing the City Manager to execute the Lease Agreement on behalf of the City of Norfolk.
 
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 authorizing the operation of an entertainment establishment with alcoholic beverages known as “Taste Unlimited” on property located at 407 West 21st Street.
 
C-2
Letter from the City Manager and the followings two Ordinances:

An Ordinance granting a Special Exception authorizing the operation of an entertainment establishment with alcoholic beverages known as “American Legion” on property located at 923 Glenrock Road.
 
C-2A
An Ordinance granting a Special Exception to permit the operation of an After-Hours Membership Organization known as “American Legion” on property located at 923 Glenrock Road.
 
C-3
An Ordinance granting a Special Exception authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-premises consumption at an establishment known as “Grace O’Malley’s Irish Pub & Restaurant” on property located at 207 Granby Street, Suites 211 and 213.
 
C-4
An Ordinance granting a Special Exception authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-premises consumption at an establishment known as “LIDL” on property located at 6440 North Military Highway.
 
C-5
An Ordinance granting a Special Exception to permit the operation of a tattoo parlor/school named “Commonwealth Tattoo Gallery” on property located at 804 Granby Street, Suite B.
 
C-6
An Ordinance granting a Special Exception authorizing the operation on an eating and drinking establishment named “Seafood Kitchen” on property located at 5802 East Virginia Beach Boulevard, Suite 126.
 
C-7
An Ordinance granting a Special Exception authorizing the operation of an eating and drinking establishment named “Marigold & Honey Café” on property locate at 6700 Azalea Garden Road.
 
C-8
An Ordinance granting a Special Exception authorizing the operation of an entertainment establishment with alcoholic beverages known as “Café Stella” on property located at 116 Granby Street.
 
C-9
An Ordinance granting a Special Exception authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-premises consumption at an establishment known as “Crystal Palate” on property located at 4500 Pretty Lake Avenue.
 
C-10
Letter from the City Manager and the followings two Ordinances:

An Ordinance granting a Special Exception to permit the operation of a microbrewery named “Maker’s Craft Brewery” on properties located at 731 to 735 East 23rd Street, 724 Rugby Street, and 2300 Church Street.
 
C-10A
An Ordinance granting a Special Exception authorizing the operation of an entertainment establishment known as “Maker’s Craft Brewery” on properties located at 731 to 735 East 23rd Street, 724 Rugby Street, and 2300 Church Street.
 
C-11
Letter from the City Manager and the followings two Ordinances:

An Ordinance granting a Special Exception to permit the operation of a Convenience Store, 24-hours (with fuel sales) known as “WAWA” on property located at 701 North Newtown Road.
 
C-11A
An Ordinance granting a Special Exception authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-premises consumption at an establishment known as “WAWA” on property located at 701 North Newtown Road.
 
C-12
Letter from the City Clerk requesting use of the Mace for the 33rd Annual Holidays in the City Grand Illumination Parade to be held on Saturday, November 18, 2017.
 
Regular Agenda
 
R-1
Matter of an Invitation to Bid scheduled this day pursuant under State Law, public notice having been inserted in the local press by the City Clerk to accept bids for a for a Long Term Wireless Facilities Franchise Agreement, with a term of ten years with up to three renewal terms of five years each in the City’s rights-of-way.

(PASSED BY AT THE MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 26, 2017)
 
R-2
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance permitting Thomas P. Host, III and Patricia D. Host to encroach into the right-of-way at 6151 Studeley Avenue with hardscape, landscaping and gravel,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-3
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance to amend and reordain Sections 42-53, 42-80, 42-89 and 42-99 of the Norfolk City Code, 1979, SO AS TO change the title of ‘The Transportation Engineer’ to the ‘Right of Way Administrator’ and to add Subsection (M) of Section 2-237.2 SO AS TO provide for a division of Right of Way, describe the responsibilities of the division and the duties of the Right of Way Administrator,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-4
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance to amend and reordain Section 29-36 of the Norfolk City Code, 1979, to preserve the City’s Authority over its own real and personal property,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-5
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance approving the terms and conditions of a Right of Entry and License Agreement between the City and Mission 22 for an outdoor visual arts project installation at the Larchmont Library property and authorizing the City Manager to execute the Right of Entry and License Agreement,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-6
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance approving a Lease Agreement between Dominion Tower, LP, as Landlord, and the City of Norfolk, as Tenant, for the lease of office space at 999 Waterside Drive and authorizing the City Manager to execute the Lease Agreement on behalf of the City of Norfolk,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-7
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance approving an Agreement with the Norfolk Law Library, the Norfolk and Portsmouth Bar Association and the Circuit Court of the City of Norfolk for the operation and management of a Law Library in the new Norfolk Courthouse,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.
 
R-8
Letter from the City Manager and an Ordinance entitled, “An Ordinance approving a Memorandum of Understanding between the Norfolk Circuit Court Clerk and the City for the use of certain City owned property located at 746 29th Street,” will be introduced in writing and read by its title.