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AGENDA

Newport News City Council

September 8, 2009

   City Council Chambers


Presentations

A. Resolution of Recognition: Grady M. Blaylock

B. Resolution of Recognition: Florence Kingston

Call to Order

A. Invocation

B. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America

C. Public Hearings

1. Change of Zoning, Kingsway Management Company, LLC., CZ-09-266, to R9 Mixed Use District with Amended Proffers

2. Resolution Adopting the Jefferson Avenue Corridor Study

3. Ordinance Authorizing Real Property Tax Exemption - Housing Development Corporation of Hampton Roads, Inc.

4. Ordinance Authorizing Real Property Tax Exemption - Christian Village of Eastern Virginia, Inc.

5. Ordinance Authorizing Real Property Tax Exemption - Peninsula Pastoral Counseling Center, Inc.

6. Ordinance Granting Utility Easement - 15198 Warwick Boulevard (Stoney Run Recreation Center)

7. Resolution Approving the Acquisition of Real Property located at 494 and 496 Richneck Road

8. Ordinance Authorizing the Issuance of General Obligation General Improvement Bonds for $5,720,000 to Secure
                a Loan from the Virginia Water Facilities Revolving Loan Fund

D. Consent Agenda

1. Minutes of the Special Meeting of August 11, 2009

2. Minutes of the Work Session of August 11, 2009

3. Minutes of the Special Meeting of August 11, 2009

4. Minutes of the Regular Meeting of August 11, 2009

5. Minutes of the Special Meeting of August 25, 2009

6. Resolution of Recognition: The Warwick Little League Junior League Baseball All-Star Team

7. Resolution Authorizing An Agreement between the City and the Acting City Manager

8. Resolution Approving the Execution of the FY 2010 Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board (H-NNCSB)      Performance Contract

9. Resolution of Support for the Capital Campaign of the Foodbank of the                  Virginia Peninsula

10. Resolution Authorizing Renewal of A Lease Agreement with the Virginia Department of Historic Resources for Use of Office Space in the Warwick Courthouse

11. Resolution Authorizing the Execution of the Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Task Force (PNETF) Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)

12. Resolution Authorizing the Execution of the Standard Project Administration Agreement for the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Project (CMAQ) - Citywide Wayfinding Sign Program - Phase II

E. Other City Council Actions

1. Resolution Appropriating $240,000 for Pump Station No. 24 Electrical          Upgrade Project

2. Award of Bid for Pump Station No. 24 Electrical Upgrade Project

3. Resolution Appropriating $2,230,000 for the Wastewater Pump Station Monitoring Equipment Installations - Phase II Project

4. Award of Bid for the Wastewater Pump Station Monitoring Equipment Installations - Phase II Project

5. Resolution Appropriating $265,000 for the Purchase of 25.68? Acre Parcel at Diascund Shores Lane in New Kent County

6. Ordinance Authorizing the Acquisition of a 25.68? Acre Parcel at Diascund Shores Lane in New Kent County

7. Resolution Approving a Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) Discretionary Grants Program Project - Bridge Replacements

8. Resolution in Support of a Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) Discretionary Grants Program Project - Newport News Amtrak Station Relocation

F. Appropriations

1. Police Department - Virginia Department of Emergency Management Grant -$1,600

2. Police Department - Virginia Department of Emergency Management Grant - $20,000

3. Police Department - Virginia Department of Emergency Management Grant - $650,000

4. Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office - Department of Criminal Justice Services Victim/Witness Program Grant - $295,610

5. Peninsula Disability Services Board - State Grant Revenue - $3,700

G. Citizen Comments on Matters Germane to the Business of City Council

*H.   New Business and Councilmember Comments

Adjourn




*THE BUSINESS PORTION OF THE MEETING WILL BE CONCLUDED/
NO LATER THAN 10:00 P.M. TO ALLOW PERSONS TO ADDRESS
CITY COUNCIL UNDER “CITIZEN COMMENTS ON MATTERS
GERMANE TO THE BUSINESS OF CITY COUNCIL.”