The Suffolk City Council Feb. 19 agenda includes:

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, February 18, 2003

Special Presentations

— Presentation by the Hampton Roads Economic Development Alliance Chairman and President on the 2002 Annual Economic Activity Report.

— Presentation by the Director of Economic Development on Suffolk’s 2002 Economic Activity Report.

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Consent Agenda

— Approval of the minutes

— An ordinance to appropriate donations to the City in the amount of $3,223 – Second Reading

— An ordinance to accept and appropriate funds in the amount of $8,471 from the Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Health for the Two-For-Life-Program – Second Reading

— An ordinance to accept and appropriate a grant renewal in the amount of $17,393 for the Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grant (JAIBG) and to appropriate $1,933 in local cash match – Second Reading

— An ordinance accepting and appropriating funds in the amount of $13,855 from Driver Pointe, LLC to fund the replacement of pump impellers in the City’s Pump Station No. 114 – First Reading

— A resolution to change the name of the Suffolk Municipal Airport to Suffolk Executive Airport

— Public Hearing –

Conditional Use Permit Request C9-02, submitted by C. Raeford Eure, of Hoggard/Eure Associates, P.C., on behalf of Upton Farms, Inc., property owner, for a residential cluster subdivision with a bonus density increase of 35 percent and a total of 130 single family residential lots to be located off of Bob White Lane

— Public Hearing – Conditional Use Permit Request C21-02, submitted by Frank L. Nelson of Nellar Realty Co., Inc. on behalf of Harbourview Partners, property owners, for a day care center in accordance with Sections 31-306 and 31-406 of the Unified Development Ordinance.

— Public Hearing – Ordinance Text Amendment, OA8-02, text amendment to the Unified Development Ordinance for the purpose of amending Section 31-415, Chesapeake Bay Preservation Overlay District.

— Public Hearing – Rezoning Request RZ8-02, submitted by Whitney G. Saunders of Saunders, Babineau and Brewbaker, on behalf of Dominion Land Management Company, property owner, for a change in zoning form M1, Light Industrial District to C, Conservation District

— Public Hearing – Subdivision Variance Request V5-02, submitted by William W. Vick of Holland Hunt Club, on behalf of Peal’s Land and Equity Investment, property owners, for a variance from Section 31-605(g)(1) of the Unified Development Ordinance which requires that every parcel shall have usable frontage on a fully dedicated public street and maintained by the City or the Virginia Department of Transportation.

— Resolution – A resolution to adopt the Capital Improvements Program for the Fiscal Years 2003-2004 through 2012-2013

— Ordinance – An ordinance to appropriate $27,856,666 to fund the projects in the Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Capital Improvements Budget -Second Reading

These items were continued from the Feb. 5, 2003, City Council Meeting.

— Resolution – A resolution of the Council of the City of Suffolk adopting a policy relating to the Commonwealth of Virginia’s budget reductions

This item was continued from the February 5, 2003, City Council Meeting.

— Motion – Establish a Work Session for March 5, 2003, at 4 p.m., unless canceled.

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