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AGENDA

Newport News City Council

October 27, 2009

   City Council Chambers


Presentations

A. Proclamation: Community Family Week - November 7-14, 2009

Presentation of the VML Green Government Challenge Award

Call to Order

A. Invocation

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

C. Public Hearings

1. Resolution Authorizing a Lease Agreement between the City and Virginia Hospitality Services, Inc. to Provide Food and Beverage Services for the Newport News Golf Club at Deer Run

2. Conditional Use Permit, CU-09-265, Z-Mark, LLC., for a Proposed 7-Eleven Convenience Store

3. Zoning Text Amendment, ZT-09-274, City of Newport News, to Regulate the Use and Storage of Freight Containers

4. Ordinance Authorizing the Vacation of a Paper Street Known as Henry Lee Drive

D. Consent Agenda

1. Minutes of the Work Session of October 13, 2009

2. Minutes of the Regular Meeting of October 13, 2009

3. Ordinance Amending City Code, Chapter 22, Library System, §22-35, Established; Locations: To Change the Address of the Newport News Public Law Library

4. Resolution Approving and Adopting the Acceptable Internet Use Policy for the Newport News Public Library System

5. Ordinance Amending City Code, Chapter 6, Animals and Fowl, §6-9, Noisy Animals or Birds; Noise Chapter 28, Offenses-Miscellaneous, §28-36, Noise from Sound Systems and Devices; and Repeal Chapter 26.1

6. Ordinance Amending Chapter 2, Administration, Article XVI, City Support for Youth Development, Division 3, Commission on Youth, §2-516, Composition; Appointment and Terms of Members

E. Other City Council Actions

1. Ordinance Amending City Code, Chapter 26, Motor Vehicles and Traffic,  §26-16, Authority to Move Vehicles; §26-17.1, Tow Truck Service Operations: Definitions and Adds the Following New §26-17.1.1 Licenses Required,
§26-17.1.2 License to be Displayed, §26-17.1-3 Standards of Practice, and
§26-17.1.4, Requirements for Drivers; §26-196, Definitions: Abandoned Motor Vehicles; §26-198, Search for Owner; and Repealing §26-200 Vehicles Abandoned in Garages

2. Ordinance Adopting Additions to City Code, Chapter 40.1, Underground Installation of Lines and Pipes and their Related Facilities; §40.1-5, Creation of Underground Utilities Districts - This Item was Withdrawn by the City Manager.

3. Resolution Approving A Request to the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) to Place Underground Overhead Utilities on Future Roadway Improvement Projects

4. Ordinance Adopting an Amendment to City Code, Chapter 26, Article IX, Residential Parking Permit Program (RPPP), §26-226, Residential Permit Parking

5. Resolution Approving the Appropriation of $244,000 from the 2009 Virginia Revolving Loan Fund (VRLF) for the Roanoke Avenue Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation, Phase IIB Project

6. Motion Approving an Award of Bid for the Roanoke Avenue Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation, Phase IIB Project

7. Resolution Approving the Appropriation of $25,000 for Costs Associated with the Purchase of 2.16 Acres of Property, located at 16890 Warwick Boulevard

8. Resolution Approving the Authorization of the Acting City Manager to Execute a Real Estate Purchase Contract for Property located at 16890 Warwick Boulevard on a portion of the Lee Hall Reservoir Dam

9. Resolution Authorizing the Formation of Orcutt Townhomes III Limited Partnership and Orcutt Townhomes Phase III Development Corporation by the Newport News Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NNRHA)

F. Appropriations

1. Police Department - Department of Justice (DOJ) - $7,555/No local match required

2. Police Department - Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) - $8,625/Local grant match of $2,875

3. Police Department - Police Department’s Asset Forfeiture Funds - $105,000

4. Police Department - Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) - $252,942/No local match required

5. Police Department - Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency - $925,900/No local match required

6. Public Utilities: Chickahominy Raw Water Pump Station Preliminary Engineering Study - General Obligation Bonds - $160,000

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/
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CITY COUNCIL UNDER CITIZEN COMMENTS ON MATTERS
GERMANE TO THE BUSINESS OF CITY COUNCIL.