City Council Agenda

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Tuesday, December 10, 2019 – 5:00 p.m.

REVISED Agenda – Addition of New B.

Pledge of Allegiance


I. Proclamations

II. Consent Agenda

A.    Approval of the minutes of the formal meeting held on November 26, 2019.   Documents

B.   Resolution adopting the 2020 City Council meeting schedule.   Documents

C.   Motion approving the Fiscal Year 2020-21 Budget Calendar.    Documents

D.   Ordinance  enacting a through truck prohibition along Royal Pines Drive from Sweeten Creek Road to Hendersonville Road in South Asheville.   Documents

E.   Resolution authorizing the City Manager to amend the license agreement with Maple Crest LLC and the Housing Authority for the reimbursement of costs associated with soil remediation, stormwater improvements and other construction related activities that support the future development of property at 319 Biltmore Avenue.   Documents

F.   Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute easement agreements or abandon easements on behalf of the City under certain circumstances.   Documents

G.   Technical budget amendment in each of the City’s annual operating funds to appropriate from restricted and assigned fund balance the required budget authorization for prior year contracts, purchase orders, and other carry-over appropriations that rolled forward to Fiscal Year 2019-20.   Documents

H.1.    Resolution calling for a public hearing on January 14, 2020, to issue long-term (20 year) General Obligation Bonds related to the 2016 Bond Referendum.   Documents

  1. Motion to introduce Bond Order authorizing the issuance of General Obligation Refunding Bonds related to the 2016 Bond Referendum.

III. Presentations and Reports:  

A.   Financial Audit Presentation    Report   PowerPoint   Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

B.   Manager’s Report   6-Month Update on City Council Initiatives & Priorities

IV. Public Hearings:  

City Council has established the following time limits for public hearings:

  • Applicants have up to ten minutes to complete a presentation.
  • 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 ten minutes to address City Council.
  • Public comment period for any item may not exceed one hour.

A.   Public hearing to consider the conditional zoning of 1 South Tunnel Road from Regional Business District to Mixed Use Expansion/Condition Zone to allow a mixed-use development that includes residential, retail, service and entertainment uses. –  The applicant’s attorney has requested a motion to defer consideration.

B.1. Public hearing to consider a land use incentive grant to support affordable housing units at Asheland/Coxe Avenues.   Documents

  1. Public hearing to consider conditionally zoning property located at 172 Asheland Avenue, 185 and 99999 Coxe Avenue and 5 Federal Alley from Central Business District to Central Business District Expansion/ Conditional Zone for the construction of a mixed-use development.    Documents   Plans & Elevations

C.   Public hearing to consider a land use incentive grant to support affordable housing units at the Verde Vista Phase II development.   Documents

V. Unfinished Business:  None

VI.  New Business

A.   Resolution approving a Housing Trust Fund Loan Award requested by Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity to allow them to develop for-sale affordable homes at sites across the City and authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute all documents necessary to give effect to this approval.   Documents

B.   Resolution regarding climate emergency.   Documents

VII. Informal Discussion and Public Comment

 


VIII. Adjournment

 

 

 


Contact Information

Maggie Burleson, City Clerk
828-259-5601