View City Council Agenda: March 19

11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. session

News posted Mar. 18, 2019 - 10:00 am

The City Council will be meeting on Tuesday, March 19 at 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. at 222 W. Hargett Street. Take a look at the agenda below for items up for review and consideration.

Supporting documents and additional information for this meeting can be found on BoardDocs.

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WORK SESSION - 11:30 A.M.

A. 11:30 A.M. WORK SESSION CALLED TO ORDER BY THE MAYOR
1. Capital Boulevard North Corridor Study: Big Ideas Strategies

REGULAR SESSION - 1 P.M.

B. 1 P.M. REGULAR SESSION CALLED TO ORDER BY THE MAYOR
1. Invocation - Rev. Dr. H. C. Miller, Tupper Memorial Baptist Church
2. Pledge of Allegiance

C. RECOGNITION OF SPECIAL AWARDS

D. CONSENT AGENDA
1. Consent Agenda Process
2. Property Acquisition - Oak Forest Pointe
3. 2030 Comprehensive Plan Update

E. CONSENT AGENDA - REQUESTS FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS
1. Economic Development Grant - Business Investment Grant Program
2. FY 2019-2020 Community Development Annual Action Plan
3. Annexation Agreement with the Town of Wake Forest

F. CONSENT AGENDA - GRANTS
1. 2018 High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Grant Amendment

G. CONSENT AGENDA - CONTRACTS AND CONSULTANT SERVICES
1. Raleigh Union Station - Lease Agreement - Wine & Design
2. Contract Services - John Chavis Memorial Park Public Art Design and Fabrication - David Wilson, Artist
3. Contract Services - Public Utility Facilities - Joy Cleaning, LLC - Amendment No. Three
4. Contract Services - Pullen Aquatic Center Improvements -Daniels and Daniels Construction Company, Inc. - Change Order No. Three

H. CONSENT AGENDA - PERSONNEL CHANGES
1. Position Reallocation - Police Department

I. CONSENT AGENDA - ENCROACHMENT REQUESTS
1. 620 North Person Street
2. 3201 Glenwood Avenue
3. 9500 Forum Drive
4. 110 South Person Street

J. CONSENT AGENDA - BUDGET AMENDMENTS AND TRANSFERS
1. Budget Amendment - Contribution for Public Art at Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts
2. Budget Amendment - Contribution for Rocky Branch Greenway Tunnel Public Art

K. CONSENT AGENDA - RIGHT- OF - WAY ITEMS (CONDEMNATION REQUESTS)
1. Condemnation Request - Dorothea Drive Drainage Improvement Project

L. CONSENT AGENDA - BIDS

1. Crabtree Creek Greenway Retaining Walls Project, Intercoastal Marine, LLC

M. CONSENT AGENDA - TRAFFIC
1. No Parking Zone – Rowland Road
2. No Parking Zone – Mercury Street
3. No Parking Zones – Bikeshare Docking Stations

N. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION
1. Planning Commission Report
2. Text Change TC-1(A)-18: Omnibus List 2019 Part 1

O. SPECIAL ITEMS
1. Emily Starnes, Utility Extension Agreement
2. Brentwood Park - Reallocation of Capital Funding

P. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER
1. Moore Square Concessionaire License Agreement and Future Text Change
2. Civic Campus Phase 1 Project: Recommendation for Design Services

Q. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE APPEARANCE COMMISSION
1. 2018 Annual Report and 2019 Work Plan

R. REQUESTS AND PETITIONS OF CITIZENS - 2 P.M. OR AFTER
1. Donald Washington, 4501 Duraleigh Road
2. Nelson Paul, 307 Misty Grove Circle, Morrisville
3. Carlton Midyette, MacNair-Starnes, LLC, 8310 Bandford Way
4. Emily Farrior Starnes, 2412 Ivydale Drive, Representing Herself and Neighbors
5. Rufus Ballentine, 4017 Tryon Road
6. Diane Ballentine, 4013 Tryon Road
7. Reverend Stanley Dunston, 4117 Tryon Road
8. Major High, 2405 Ivydale Drive
9. Gerard Ballentine, 4101 Tryon Road
10. Thomas Glenn, 4109 Tryon Road

S. MATTERS SCHEDULED FOR PUBLIC HEARING - 2 P.M. OR AFTER
1. Demolition - Property Lien
2. Petition Annexation

T. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION COMMITTEE
1. No Report and No Pending Items

U. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE GROWTH AND NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE
1. Text Change Update - Omnibus and Staff Ideas Lists: "Use"
2. Items Pending

V. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE HEALTHY NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE
1. No Report
2. Items Pending

W. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE TRANSPORTATION AND TRANSIT COMMITTEE
1. No Report
2. Items Pending

X. REPORT FROM THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
1. Individual Reports from the Mayor and Council Members

Y. APPOINTMENTS
1. Appearance Commission - One vacancy
2. Arts Commission - One Vacancy
3. Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission - Three Vacancies
4. Historic Cemeteries Advisory Board - One Vacancy
5. Housing Appeals Board - Four Vacancies
6. Parks Recreation and Greenway Advisory Board - One Vacancy
7. Raleigh Convention and Performing Arts Centers Authority - One Vacancy
8. Planning Commission - One Vacancy
9. Stormwater Management Advisory Ccommission - One Vacancy

Z. NOMINATIONS

1. Raleigh Transit Authority -Two Regular Members
2. Human Relations Commission

AA. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY ATTORNEY

BB. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY CLERK
1. Minutes - March 5, 2019 Regular Session and March 12, 2019 Work Session

CC. CLOSED SESSION

1. Enter Closed Session

DD. OPEN SESSION
1. Return to Open Session
2. Adjourn Meeting

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