City Council will hold a worksession on a bond referendum on Monday, June 20, 2016, at 3:00 p.m. in Room 623 of
City Hall. Bond Agenda and Information
Below please find the complete on-line agenda from Council's last formal meeting for your continued review.
Please contact City Clerk Maggie Burleson at email@example.com if you have questions.
June 14, 2016 - 5:00 p.m.
Council Chamber - 2nd Floor - City Hall
The following has been set as the tentative agenda for the June 14, 2016, regular meeting of the City Council. Information regarding City employees is governed by N.C. Gen. Stat. sec. 160A-168 – Council does not consider personnel matters in open session. At the conclusion of this agenda the meeting will be open for the presentation of other matters by members of Council and the public. Public comment will not be taken on items as to which no Council action will be taken at this meeting, including those items listed as reports or presentations or as discussion items. When Council action is anticipated as to any matter, it will be placed on a Council agenda for consideration, and public comment will be taken at that time.
Pledge of Allegiance
- Proclamation proclaiming June 16-25, 2016, as "Pollination Celebration Week"
I. CONSENT AGENDA:
A. Approval of the minutes of the formal meeting held on May 17, 2016. Documents
B. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute contracts with Cherry Bekaert LLP for auditing services for Fiscal Year 2015 – 2016 and pension
census data testing for Calendar Year 2015. Documents
C. Resolution supporting strategic event partnership agreements and continuation of fee discounts for events produced by 501c non-profit
D. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a contract with Pinnacle Landscaping, LLC to provide grounds maintenance services at Pack
Square Park, Grace’s Garden and Pritchard Park. Documents
E. Budget amendment, in the amount of $6,000, from General Fund Sustainability funds, for the procurement and installation of LED exterior lighting at
two transit facilities. Documents
F. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to sign an Adopt-a-Park Agreement with Just Folks to include a waiver of permit fees for Triangle Park for
Fiscal Year 2016-2017. Documents
G. Resolution appointing a member to the Mills River Partnership Board of Directors. Documents
H. Motion adopting the Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law for the conditional use permit for the Asheville Outlets, located at 800 Brevard Road,
Asheville, N.C. Documents
I. Resolution re-affirming Resolution No. 15-104 approving the issuance of bonds by the Housing Authority of the City of Asheville for the Spruce
Hill Apartments. Documents
J. Resolutions authorizing the possession and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages and/or unfortified wine at the following events: Documents
1. Kruger Brothers Concert Pre-Reception on June 24, 2016
2. Beat the Heat on July 22, 2016
3. Asheville Running Experience on August 20, 2016
K. Resolution amending the Asheville Standard Specifications and Details Manual. Documents
L. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to sign an agreement with Buncombe County for one-time funding for the community-based group
Changing Together. Documents
M. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a contract with 4 Seasons Site & Demo Inc. for the demolition of 33-35 Page Avenue. Documents
N. Resolution approving an installment financing agreement with Wells Fargo for the Fiscal Year 2016 Capital Improvement Program acquisition of
vehicles and other equipment. Documents
O. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a construction engineering and inspection contract with Vaughn & Melton Consulting
Engineers for the Hendersonville Road Sidewalk Improvements Project. Documents
P. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to sign a contract amendment with Davenport Engineering Inc. for additional professional services on
the Livingston Street Complete Street Project. Documents
II. Presentations and Reports:
A. Quarterly I-26 Connector Update
CITY COUNCIL HAS ESTABLISHED THE FOLLOWING TIME LIMITS FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS:
- APPLICANTS HAVE UP TO TEN MINUTES TO COMPLETE A PRESENTATION.
- ELECTRONIC PRESENTATIONS ARE LIMITED TO AGENDA ITEMS WITH PRESENTATION MATERIALS PROVIDED PRIOR TO THE MEETING BY
CITY STAFF, APPLICANTS, OR ORGANIZED OPPOSITION.
- INDIVIDUALS HAVE UP TO THREE MINUTES TO SPEAK TO CITY COUNCIL.
- A PERSON REPRESENTING A GROUP OF THREE OR MORE PERSONS (NOT INCLUDING THE SPEAKER) PRESENT IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER
HAS UP TO 10 MINUTES TO ADDRESS CITY COUNCIL.
- PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD FOR ANY ITEM MAY NOT EXCEED ONE HOUR.
- ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MAY BE PROVIDED IN HARD COPY AND/OR WRITTEN FORM.
IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS:
A. Public hearing to consider conditional zoning property located at 60 Mills Gap Road from Industrial District to Highway Business District/
Conditional Zoning for the development of a 272 unit multi-family development. - Applicant has requested this public hearing be continued until
June 28, 2016.
B. Public hearing to consider conditional zoning of property located at 55 Miami Circle and 70 Allen Avenue from RM-16 Residential Multi-Family
High Density District and Institutional District to Institutional District/Conditional Zoning for the development of 290 multi-family units contained
within 4 buildings, with conditions modifying landscape standards. Documents
V. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
A. Ordinance adopting the Fiscal Year 2016-17 Annual Operating Budget. Documents
VI. NEW BUSINESS:
A. Boards & Commissions: (Council to determine who, if any, to interview) Documents
- ADU Task Force (make-up and interviews) Documents - Part 1 of 2 Documents - Part 2 of 2
- African American Advisory Commission Documents
- Airport Authority Documents
- Citizens-Police Advisory Committee Documents
- Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee Documents - Part 1 of 2 Documents - Part 2 of 2
- Historic Resources Commission Documents
- Multimodal Transportation Commission Documents
- Neighborhood Advisory Committee Documents
- Public Art & Cultural Commission Documents
- WNC Regional Air Quality Agency Documents
VII. INFORMAL DISCUSSION AND PUBLIC COMMENT: