The next formal meeting of City Council will be held on Tuesday, January 28 beginning at 5:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber located on the 2nd Floor of City Hall. Below please find the complete on-line agenda from Council’s last formal meeting. Please contact City Clerk Maggie Burleson at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Budget Worksession: Documents – Tuesday, January 14, 2020 – 3:00 p.m.
Tuesday, January 14, 2020 – 5:00 p.m.
Pledge of Allegiance
II. Consent Agenda
A. Approval of the minutes of the formal meeting held on December 10, 2019. Documents
B. Ordinance enacting (1) a 20 miles per hour speed limit on West Haywood Street from Park Avenue North to Roberts Street; and (2) a 25 miles per hour speed limit on several streets within the City of Asheville. Documents
C. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to amend the existing repair agreement with Safe Industries for services related to the repair of Asheville Fire Department truck. Documents
D. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a construction contract with Austin Construction & Grading for Ray L. Kisiah Park Paving and Batting Cage improvements. Documents
E. Resolution setting a public hearing on February 11, 2020, to permanently close an unopened right-of-way known as Oak Street. Documents
F. Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a lease with Pulliam State Bureau LLC at 9 Walden Ridge for the South Asheville Police Resource Center. Documents
G. Resolution authorizing the sale of two Freightliner Dump Trucks and one John Deer backhoe deemed surplus City personal property. Documents
H. Resolution setting a public hearing on February 11, 2020, to permanently close an unopened right-of-way between Midway Drive and Willis Way. Documents
I. Resolution setting a public hearing on February 11, 2020, to permanently close an unopened alley off Federal Alley. Documents
J. Resolution authorizing the City of Asheville’s participation in the Local Government Climate Litigation Amicus Brief Project. Documents
III. Presentations and Reports:
A. Manager’s Report – 6-Month Update on City Council Initiatives – Transit Documents
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 an amendment to a previously approved conditional zoning approval (Ordinance No. 4602) for the RAD Lofts Project (Urban Place/Conditional Zone) located at 146 and 179 Roberts Street to revise conditions related to affordability. Documents
B. Public hearing to consider amending the 2019-2020 Annual Action Plan for the reallocation of an estimated $723,208 in federal HOME Investment Partnership Program funds. Documents
-Resolution amending the 2019-2020 Annual Action Plan for the reallocation of an estimated $723,208 in federal HOME Investment Partnership Program funds.
C.1. Public hearing and resolution for the issuance of City of Asheville, N.C., General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2020A, and City of Asheville, N.C., taxable General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2020B. Documents
- Adoption of Bond Order authorizing the issuance of not to exceed $23,200,000 General Obligation Refunding Bonds of the City of Asheville, N.C.
V. Unfinished Business: None
VI. New Business
A. Boards & Commissions: (Council to determine who, if any, to interview) Documents
– Board of Adjustment Documents
– Civic Center Commission Documents
– Downtown Commission Documents
– Firemen’s Relief Fund Documents
– Human Relations Commission Documents
– Metropolitan Sewerage District Board Documents
– Recreation Board Documents
– Riverfront Redevelopment Commission Documents
– Sustainability Advisory Committee on Energy & the Environment Documents
– Urban Forestry Commission Documents
VII. Informal Discussion and Public Comment
Maggie Burleson, City Clerk