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AGENDA

Newport News City Council

January 12, 2010

   City Council Chambers


Presentations

1. Hilton Village, One of America’s 10 Great Neighborhoods by the American Planning Association (APA)
7:30 p.m.

A. Call to Order

B. Invocation

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

D. Public Hearings

1. Change of Zoning - CZ-09-278, Jeff Bland Associates, LLC, from C1 Retail Commercial with Proffers to R9 Mixed Use with Proffers

2. Conditional Use Permit - CU-09-266, New Grafton Baptist Church, 4401 Chestnut Avenue

3. Ordinance Granting Utility Easement - 15206 Warwick Boulevard and a Portion of Denbigh Park Drive (Stoney Run Recreation Center)

E. Consent Agenda

1. Minutes of the Joint Legislative Breakfast Meeting of December 2, 2009

2. Minutes of the Work Session of December 8, 2009

3. Minutes of the Special Meeting of December 8, 2009

4. Minutes of the Regular Meeting of December 8, 2009

5. Resolution Amending Resolution Number 11798-09 of Support for the Peninsula Alcohol Safety Action Program (PASAP)

6. Ordinance Repealing City Code, Chapter 2, Administration, Article XII, Section 2-451, to Dissolve the Peninsula Ports Authority of Virginia (PPAV)

F. Other City Council Actions

1. Resolution Approving Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) for Fiscal Years 2011 - 2015

2. Ordinance Approving the Number of Meeting Days (17) for the Board of Review of Real Estate Assessments - Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office

3. Resolution Increasing the Lane Mileage of the City’s Street Maintenance Inventory for the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT)

4. Receipt of Bids for a Utility (Telecommunications) Easement for City-Owned Property Located at 15198 Warwick Boulevard (Stoney Run Recreation Center)

5. Ordinance Accepting Street and Public Improvements on Aspen Meadows Lane into the City System

6. Ordinance Accepting Street and Public Improvements on Knolls Drive into the City System

G. Appropriations

1. Police Department (NNPD): Virginia Department of Emergency Management  - Anti-Exposure Flotation Suits - $3,360

2. Police Department (NNPD): Virginia Department of Emergency Management  * Sonar System - $37,000

3. Sheriff’s Department -- State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP) - To Fund the H-NNCSB Inmate Substance Abuse Treatment Program - $28,277

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

I. 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.