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AGENDA - CITY COUNCIL MEETING
JUNE 1, 2004 - 9:00 A.M.
GEORGE A. SMITH MEETING ROOM

I. CALL TO ORDER.

II. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG.

(COUNCILMAN CHARLES "PEPPER" BRAY)

III. ROLL CALL.

IV. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF MAY 4, 2004 MEETING.

V. PROCLAMATIONS.

VI. INVITATION FOR PUBLIC COMMENT.

VII. PUBLIC HEARINGS:

1. Consideration of an Ordinance to amend the text of the City Zoning Ordinance, Article V Section 1. A-O (Agriculture and Open Land) District C. Uses Permitted as Special Exceptions relative to elementary, middle and/or high schools.

2. Consideration of an Ordinance to amend the text of the City Zoning Ordinance, Article IV, Section 3. Application of District Regulations relative to interpretation of zoning regulations within the Redevelopment Area.

3. Consideration of a Resolution to adopt a plan of service, an Ordinance to annex and an Ordinance to zone an area referred to as "Holland" comprising 28.91 acres more or less, located on the west side of Christmasville Road, just north of Castlegate Drive. The proposed zoning scheme for the area is RS-1 (Single Family Residential) District, submitted by W.S. Holland.

4. Consideration of an Ordinance to zone property located at 1232 Park Avenue from RG-1/HCC (General Residential/Historic Cultural Conservation) District to O-R/HCC (Office Residential/Historic Cultural Conservation) District, comprising 0.21 acres more or less, submitted by Hill-Boren.

5. Consideration of an Ordinance to zone property located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Radio Road and North Highland Avenue from RS/HCC (Single Family Residential/Historic Cultural Conservation) District to RS-1/PRD/HCC (Single Family Residential/Planned Residential Development/Historic Cultural Conservation) District, comprising 4.92 acres more or less, submitted by SB Development LLC (Cherry Glenn PRD).

6. Consideration of an Ordinance to zone property located on the north side of East Chester Street between Parkview Montessori School and Holland Avenue from RG-2/B-2 (General Residential/Neighborhood Business) District to B-4 (General Business) District, comprising 10.7 acres more or less, referred to as the Centennial Square Redevelopment Area.

7. Consideration of an Ordinance to Amend the City Code Regarding Peddlers & Solicitors.

8. Consideration of an Ordinance to abandon a portion of Railroad Right-of-Way and a portion of East Orleans and Cumberland Streets between Ingleside and Cumberland Streets.

VIII. SECOND READINGS:

1. Consideration of an Ordinance to amend the text of the City Zoning Ordinance, Article V, Section 9. B-3 (Central Business District), B. Uses Permitted (17b) relative to conversion of existing buildings into residential units.

2. Consideration of an Ordinance to rezone property located along Oil Well Road, just east of Murray Guard Drive from RG-2/A-O (General Residential/Agriculture-Open land) District to O-C (Office Center) District, comprising 2.12 acres more or less, submitted by Mark Hawks.

3. Consideration of an Ordinance to rezone property located on the north side of University Parkway, just east of Hastings Place from RG-2/O-C (General Residential/Office-Center) District to SC-1 (Planned Unit Commercial Development) District, comprising 4.1 acres more or less, submitted by PRP Partnership.

4. Consideration of an Ordinance to rezone property located on the north side of Old Humboldt Road, across from Hatchmor Drive from RS-1/FF/FW (Single Family Residential/Flood Fringe/Floodway) District to RG-2/FF/FW (General Residential/Flood Fringe/Floodway) District, comprising 32.8 acres more or less, submitted by WeLaCo Corporation.

5. Consideration of an Ordinance to rezone property located at 1028 and 1032 Campbell Street from RG-3 (General Residential) District to B-4 (General Business) District, comprising 0.7 acres more or less.

6. Consideration of an Ordinance to close and abandon a portion of Freeman Street.

7. Consideration of an Ordinance to close and abandon an unnamed alley located between Gates Street and Hays Avenue.

IX. NEW BUSINESS:

1. Report on request to amend Liquor Ordinance.

2. Consideration of a contract with AmeriPride Services for uniforms for Public Services departments.

3. Consideration of a contract with Nextel Communications for the city's cell phone service.

4. Consideration of write-offs for Community Development; property taxes from 1986 and 1987; garbage accounts; street receivables; and landfill receivables.

5. Consideration of budget amendments.

6. Consideration of Certificate of Compliance for Thomas Highfill for Big Al's Liquor Store.

7. Consideration of naming the baseball complex at Centennial Park "A. D. Hardy Baseball Complex" in honor of Professor A. D. Hardy, a longtime Jackson Recreation & Parks employee.

8. Appointment to the Jackson Madison County School Bi-Racial Committee.

9. Board Appointments:

  • Keep Jackson Beautiful – Reappointment of Richard Higgins.

10. Invoices over $10,000.

X. ADJOURN.


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