City Council Meeting Agenda
The next formal meeting of City Council will be held on Tuesday, April 24, at 5:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber, located on the 2nd Floor of City Hall. PRIOR to the formal meeting, City Council will be holding a budget worksession beginning at 3:00 p.m. in the 1st Floor North Conference Room of City Hall.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Prior to the formal meeting, City Council will be holding a budget worksession beginning at 3:00 p.m. in the 1st Floor North Conference of City Hall. Documents Prior to the budget worksession, City Council will be holding pre-arranged interviews for the Audit Committee and the Riverfront Area Redevelopment Commission beginning at 1:45 p.m. in Room 209 of City Hall.
April 10, 2018 - 5:00 p.m.
Council Chamber - 2nd Floor - City Hall
The following has been set as the tentative agenda for the April 10, 2018, 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
- April, 2018, as "Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month"
- April, 2018, as "Child Abuse Prevention Month"
I. CONSENT AGENDA:
A. Approval of the minutes of the formal meeting held on March 13, 2018; the special meeting held on March 16, 2018; the worksession held on March 20, 2018: and the special meeting held on March 29, 2018. March 13 March 16 March 20 March 29
B. Motion setting a public hearing on May 22, 2018, for the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Operating Budget; and amending the budget calendar to move the final budget adoption from June 12, 2018, until June 19, 2018. Documents
C. Resolution allowing for the possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages and/or unfortified wine at the following events: Documents
1. 5 Walnut Orvis Party on April 11, 2018
2. Downtown After 5 Events on May 18, June 15, July 20, August 17 and September 21,
2018 3. Mountain Sports Festival Village on May 25, 26 and 27, 2018
4. Asheville City Soccer Club Playoff Game 1.5 on July 12, 2018
D.1. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract with Patton Construction Group, Inc. for construction services necessary to perform the Morris Street Stormwater Improvement Project. Documents
2. Budget amendment, in the amount of $327,318, from other project savings and the Stormwater Operating Fund to fund the Morris Street Stormwater Improvement Project.
E. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to apply for, and enter into, if awarded, three Federal Emergency Management Agency grants. Documents
F. Budget amendment, in the amount of $113,900, from the NC Governor’s Crime Commission’s State Appropriation Committee—Local Solicitation to purchase fleet dashboard camera systems. Documents
G. Resolution adopting the 2017 Local Water Supply Plan. Documents
H. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into an agreement with the French Broad River Metropolitan Planning Organization for transit performance management reporting required by the Federal Transit Administration. Documents
I. Resolution supporting a revision to the Asheville in Motion cross-section recommendation for Sweeten Creek Road from Rock Hill Road to Hendersonville Road. Documents
J. Resolution approving the inclusion of the Elsie Bridge and Reed Creek as connections in the Neighborhood Greenway Connectors section of the Transportation Bond Funds Program. Documents
K. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a professional services contract with Amec Foster Wheeler for on-call geotechnical and environmental engineering services. Documents
L. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a professional services contract with S&ME, Inc. for on-call geotechnical and environmental engineering services. Documents
M. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a professional services contract with Wes Cole Land Surveying PA for on-call surveying services. Documents
N. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a general services contract with Telecommunication & Industrial Consulting Services Corporation (TELICS) for on-call right-of-way and easement acquisition services. Documents
O. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a revised agreement with Buncombe County to share the costs of a composting feasibility study. Documents
P. Motion to change the name of the Finance Committee to the Finance & Human Resources Committee and to clarify that its areas of interest include human resources policy issues including employee compensation and personnel policies while the Governance Committee continues to have oversight of specific personnel matters that involve an employee. Documents
Q. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract amendment to the Professional Services Agreement with Clark Patterson Lee, P.C. for design and engineering services for the U.S. Cellular Center HVAC and Mechanical Renovation Project. Documents
R. Resolution amending the 2018 City Council meeting schedule to cancel the June 12, 2018, and June 26, 2018, formal City Council meetings and add a formal City Council meeting on June 19, 2018. Documents
A. Prioritizing Equity in Planning & Investing in Recreational Facilities & Programs Documents
B. Office of Sustainability Annual Report Documents
C. I-26 Widening Project from NC 280 (Airport Road) to I-40 - Bridge Replacement over the French Broad River. Documents
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 the conditional zoning of 1 Brookside Circle from RM-6
Residential Multi-Family Low Density District to Residential Expansion/Conditional Zone for 70
residential units in three buildings with a clubhouse. Documents
V. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
A. Ordinance establish a Human Relations Commission of Asheville. Documents
VI. NEW BUSINESS:
A. Resolution authorizing the approval of Housing Trust Fund loans to Workforce Homestead, Inc. and Mountain Housing Opportunities, Inc. Documents
B. Ordinance adopting the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Fees & Charges. Documents
C. Boards & Commissions: Documents
- Audit Committee
- Multimodal Transportation Commission
- Riverfront Area Redevelopment Commission
BOARD/COMMISSION VACANCIES: Board of Adjustment (Alternate); and Homeless Initiative Advisory Committee (preference will be given to a currently homeless or formerly homeless candidate). Deadline is Monday, May 7, 2018, at 5:00 p.m. Call 259-5839 for an application form.