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AGENDA

Newport News City Council

February 22, 2011

   City Council Chambers


A. Call to Order

B. Invocation

1. Minister Edna O’Brien, Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Temple

C. Pledge of Allegiance

1. Girl Scouts of America, Troop 1224, Christ United Methodist Church, Newport News

D. Presentations

1. Proclamation:  Purchasing Month - March 2011 

2. Proclamation: Girl Scouts of the USA Day - March 12, 2011

E. Public Hearings

1. Conveyance of Three Parcels of Vacant Land, Located at 2109 Marshall Avenue, 726 20th Street and 719 21st Street, by the City, to Newport News Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NNRHA)   

F. Consent Agenda

1. Minutes of the Work Session of February 8, 2011 

2. Minutes of the Special Meeting of February 8, 2011 

3. Minutes of the Regular Meeting of February 8, 2011 

4. Resolution of Recognition: Julia Evans

5. Resolution Authorizing the FY 2011 Virginia Department of Health (VDH) Annual Services Agreement

6. Ordinance Adopting an Amendment to City Code, Chapter 26, Article IX, Section 26-226, Residential Permit Parking Program (RPPP), to include 36th Street between Huntington Avenue and Washington Avenue 

G. Other City Council Actions

1. Ordinance Amending City Code, Chapter 2, Administration, Article XXIII, Department of Human Resources, Section 2-601, Criminal History Investigation of Applicants for Employment 

2. Ordinance Amending City Code, Chapter 30, Pawnbrokers; Junk and Secondhand Dealers; Buyers of Old Gold and Silver; Article I, Section 30-8, Daily Reports; and Article III, Section 30-42, Penalties 

3. Ordinance Authorizing Conveyance of a 0.231-Acre Parcel of Property Located at 321 North Avenue to Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD)           

H. Appropriations

1. Department of Engineering - FY 2011 Bond Authorization: Sewer Rehabilitation Category - Pump Station No. 26 Modifications Project - $200,000 

2. Department of Engineering - FY 2011 Bond Authorization: Public Buildings Category - Fire Station #9 - $200,000 

3. Department of Public Works - FY 2011 State Revenue for Street and Highway Maintenance - $500,650 

I. Citizen Comments

J. New Business and Councilmember Comments

1. City Manager 

2. City Attorney 

3. City Clerk 

4. Woodbury 

5. Bateman 

6. McMillan 

7. Price 

8. Scott 

9. Vick 

10. Whitaker 

K. Adjourn
       




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