The Suffolk City Council will meet in regular session today at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers of the Municipal Building. The following items are on the agenda:
Published 12:00 am Wednesday, October 16, 2002
Recognition of &uot;Red Ribbon Week&uot; in the City of Suffolk
Market Days in historic Suffolk
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Acceptance of sealed bids for the installation and operation of communication facilities
An ordinance to accept and appropriate a state grant award in the amount of $9,679 from the Department of Environmental Quality for the Litter Prevention and Recycling Program – Second Reading
Consent Agenda – An ordinance to accept and appropriate $34,770 in donations and $20,000 from the Unappropriated Fund Balance of the General Fund – First Reading
A resolution of the Council of the City of Suffolk to elect to participate in the Virginia Retirement System 50/30 Unreduced Retirement Benefit
A resolution approving the lease provisions of the Professional Building and providing Council’s intent for annual appropriations to provide for the lease during the lease term
A resolution expressing the concurrence of the Council of the City of Suffolk, Virginia with the inducement resolution adopted by the Economic Development Authority of Henrico County, Virginia and approving the issuance of revenue bonds for the benefit of Bon Secours – Maryview Nursing Center
and Bon Secours Health System, Inc.
Consent Agenda – A resolution requesting the Virginia Department of Transportation to consider restricting through truck traffic on a certain section of Pughsville Road Consent Agenda – A resolution requesting the Virginia Department of Transportation to clean and re-grade the ditches along a certain section of Nansemond Parkway
Consent Agenda – A resolution requesting the Virginia Department of Transportation to include streets in the Riverwood Subdivision, Phase 1, 2, and 3 in the State Secondary Road System
Public Hearing – A public hearing to receive public comment on the allocation of $101,400 in Local Law Enforcement Block Grant (LLEBG) funds
An ordinance to accept and appropriate the Fiscal Year 2002-2003 Local Law Enforcement Block Grant in the amount of $91,260 from the U.S. Department of Justice and appropriating $10,140 in local cash match – First Reading
Public Hearing – Rezoning Request, RZ1-02, submitted by William M. Verebely, Jr., of Verebely and Associates, Architects, on behalf of Union Baptist Church, property owner, for rezoning approximately 2.32 acres from M-1, Light Industrial, to O-I, Office Institutional
Public Hearing – Conditional Use Permit Request, C2-02,submitted by William M. Verebely, Jr., of Verebely and Associates, Architects on behalf of Union Baptist Church, property owner, for a church and daycare facility to be located on Nansemond Parkway, in accordance with Sections 31-306 and 31-406 of the Unified Development
Conditional Use Permit Request, C8-02, submitted by Charles and Carolyn Hicks, property owners, for an accessory apartment in accordance with Sections 31-306, 31- 406, and 31-701 (b) of the Unified Development Ordinance.
The subject property is located at 1293 Barnes Road and is further identified as Tax Map 50, Parcel 1-3, Holy Neck Voting Borough, Nansemond Taxing District, zoned A, Agricultural.
Rezoning Request, RZ6-02, submitted by Brian J. Layne of Art-Ray Corporation on behalf of S and D Enterprises, Inc., property owners, for rezoning 11-179 square feet from RLM, Residential Low-Medium Density to B2, General Commercial District
A motion to cancel the Nov. 6, 2002, meeting and to scheduledthe City Council retreat for Nov. 14-16, 2002
Establish a Work Session for Nov. 20, 2002, at 4p.m., unless canceled.
Staff Report – storm water drainage and infrastructure failures
Late Appearances – (Late appearances are limited by Section 2021 of the City Code to five (5) minutes per speaker.
There is no limitation on the total time period for late appearances.)
Announcements and Comments from Council Members