Suffolk City Council Agenda
Published 12:00 am Wednesday, April 21, 2004
An update on the East Suffolk Complex project will head city council’s agenda when they meet in a work session at 4 p.m. today.
Council’s regular meeting begins at 7 p.m. in council chambers, located at City Hall, 441 Market St.
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Also during the work session, city staff will present a report on the Lone Star Boat Ramp project, and trash collection service.
The agenda for the main session includes:
Presentation of the Virginia Downtown Development Association’s 2005
Awards of Excellence
Presentation of a proclamation, and awards, in recognition of &uot;National Recreation and Parks Month&uot;
An ordinance to accept and appropriate:
-project income for the Fifth Judicial District Community Corrections Program
-a Virginia Exile Program Grant renewal award from the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services and providing for a local cash match – Second Reading
An ordinance to apply, accept and appropriate a 2005 State Homeland Security Program Grant from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management – Second Reading
-to accept and appropriate a grant award from the Virginia Fire Program Fund – Second Reading
-to accept and appropriate proceeds from various special events sponsored by the Division of Tourism – Second Reading
A resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a systems and service contract and a financing agreement for technology improvements in the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office
Rezoning Request RZ5-04 (Conditional), submitted by Whitney G. Saunders of Saunders, Barlow, Riddick, Babineau, P.C. on behalf of Scott Tompkins, property owner, to amend conditions for B-2, General Commercial (Conditional Zoning) on 2.65 acres
Conditional Use Permit Request C6-05, submitted by Jeffery L. Gardy on behalf of Gordon A. and Mary M. Van Schoick, property owners to permit the operation of a machine shop in accordance with Sections 31-306 and 31-406 of the Unified Development Ordinance
Six (6) resolutions requesting the Virginia Department of Transportation to establish projects utilizing Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) program funds
Roadway Transition Report
Citizen Survey Update
A motion to schedule a Work Session for July 6, 2005, at 4:00 p.m., unless canceled.
(Late appearances are limited by Section 2021 of the City Code to give (5) Minutes per speaker.
There is no limitation on the total time period for late appearances).
nAnnouncements and Comments from Council Members