THE NEXT FORMAL MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY, JUNE 25, AT 5:00 P.M. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER – 2ND FLOOR OF CITY HALL. PLEASE CONTACT CITY CLERK MAGGIE BURLESON AT MBURLESON@ASHEVILLENC.GOV IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS.
Tuesday, June 11, 2019 – 5:00 p.m.
Council Chamber – City Hall – 70 Court Plaza
Pledge of Allegiance
II. Consent Agenda
A. Approval of the minutes of the formal meeting held on May 28, 2019. Documents
B. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to direct staff to prepare and submit appropriate information to the N.C. Dept. of Transportation to be forwarded to the Federal Highway Administration for consideration and approval of Activity Category A land use designation for Riverside Cemetery. Documents
C. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract with TAG Contracting Inc. for the Victoria Road Slope Stabilization Project. Documents
D. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a Change Order increasing engineering services with GHD Consulting Services Inc., for the Mills River Water Treatment Plant Roof Project. Documents
E. Resolution amending the City Council Rules on Boards and Commissions to provide City Council discretion to allow members of certain boards, appointed by the City Council, to serve more than two terms under certain circumstances. Documents
F. Budget amendment in the General Capital Projects Fund, in the amount of $15,074.59, from insurance funds received from damaged Asheville Police Department (APD) vehicles to utilize towards APD vehicle or equipment replacement. Documents
G. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a contract with Bryant’s Land and Development Services, Inc. for the Phase 3 Bond Street Resurfacing Project. Documents
H. Budget amendment, in the amount of $216,000, from the General Capital Projects Fund to the Transit Capital Projects Fund to allow for additional expenses related to new Proterra electric bus purchases. Documents
I. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a new one year Memorandum of Understanding with the Friends of the WNC Nature Center, Inc. Documents
J. Motion setting a public hearing for June 25, 2019, to consider a street name change of the most southern portion of Park Avenue North to Artful Way. Documents
K. Motion setting a public hearing for June 25, 2019, to consider a street name change of Wilbar Avenue to Lee Garden Lane. Documents
L. Resolution naming Police Headquarters in memory of former Police Lieutenant Walter Robertson. Documents
III. Presentations and Reports
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.
IV. Public Hearings
A. Public hearing to solicit comments for the Community Development Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnership Act funds Annual Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2019-20. Documents
V. Unfinished Business
A. Resolution approving the recommendations for the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Strategic Partnership Fund grants. Documents
B. Ordinance adopting the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget. Documents
C. 360 Hilliard Avenue Documents
- Resolution repealing and replacing Resolution No. 18-287 with this resolution authorizing the sale of City-owned property at 360 Hilliard Avenue and 99999 Merritt Park Lane to the Kassinger Development Group (k/d/g d/b/a Hilliard Park Apartments, LLC) for an affordable housing development.
- Resolution repealing and replacing Resolution No. 18-288 with this resolution approving a loan from the City’s Housing Trust Fund.
- Resolution repealing and replacing Resolution No. 17-117 with this resolution approving a new Land Use Incentive Grant Agreement for Kassinger Development Group (d/b/a Hilliard Park Apartments, LLC) for
property located at 360 Hilliard Avenue.
VI. New Business
A. Boards & Commissions: (Council to determine who, if any, to interview) Documents
– African American Heritage Commission Documents
– Citizens-Police Advisory Committee Documents
– Civic Center Commission Documents
– Civil Service Board Documents
– Historic Resources Commission Documents
– Human Relations Commission Documents
– Multimodal Transportation Commission Documents
– Neighborhood Advisory Committee Documents
– Public Art & Cultural Commission Documents
VII. Informal Discussion and Public Comment
Maggie Burleson, City Clerk