City Commission meeting 01/26/2009


Historic City News reminds everyone that the City Commission of the City Of St. Augustine will hold it’s regular meeting Monday, January 26, 2009 at 5:00 p.m. in the Alcazar Room of City Hall.

Comcast customers will be able to view the meeting which is scheduled to be televised live on Government Television (GTV) Comcast Channel 3.

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AGENDA

1. Roll Call.
2. Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance.
3. Administrative Items.
A. Modification of Agenda.
B. Approval of Minutes.
Regular Meeting of January 12, 2009
C. 1. Proclamations.
2. Recognitions.
4. Appeals.
None schedule for this meeting
5. Ordinances and Resolutions – Public Hearing Required.
A. Ordinances – First Reading.
None schedule for this meeting
B. Ordinances – Second Reading.
1. Public Hearing – Re-adopt Ordinance 2008-16, amending the Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map from Residential Low Density to Commercial Low Intensity relative to property located at 117 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue.
Second Reading – Ordinance 2008-16.
Regular Commission Meeting
January 26, 2009
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B. Ordinances – Second Reading. (continued).
2. Tabled – Public Hearing – Ordinance 2008-25, amending the Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map from Industrial to Commercial Medium Intensity relative to property located northeast of the intersection of Blanche Lane and West King Street.
Second Reading – Ordinance 2008-25.
3. Tabled – Public Hearing – Ordinance 2008-26, rezoning property located northeast of the intersection of Blanche Lane and West King Street from Industrial and Warehouse (IW) to Commercial Medium-Two (CM-2).
Second Reading – Ordinance 2008-26.
C. Resolutions.
None schedule for this meeting
6. General Public Comments and Presentations.
A. General Public Comments (3 minutes per individual).
B. Presentations (15 minutes per presentation).
7. Resolutions and Ordinances – No Public Hearing Required.
A. Ordinances – First Reading.
1. Introduction and Consideration of Ordinance 2009-01 concerning a Petition for Voluntary Annexation of property located between Old Dixie Highway and U. S. Highway 1, south of Arapaho Avenue.
First Reading – Ordinance 2009-01.
2. Introduction and Consideration of Ordinance 2009-03, designating a Commercial Medium Intensity Land Use for property located between Old Dixie Highway and U.S. Highway 1, south of Arapaho Avenue.
First Reading – Ordinance 2009-03.
Regular Commission Meeting
January 26, 2009
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Ordinances – First Reading. (continued)
3. Introduction and Consideration of Ordinance 2009-04, establishing a zoning classification of Commercial Medium-Two (CM-2) relative to property located between Old Dixie Highway and U. S. Highway 1, south of Arapaho Avenue.
First Reading – Ordinance 2009-04.
B. Resolutions.
1. Consideration of Resolution 2009-02, concerning a Petition to Vacate a Portion of East Street, lying east of Henry Street.
2. Consideration of Resolution 2009-03, establishing a Policy for the Donation of Artwork to the City of St. Augustine.
8. Staff Reports and Presentations.
9. Items by City Attorney.
A. Discussion regarding Avalon Carriage Application for Transfer of Permits/Licenses
10. Items by City Clerk.
A. Notification of Proclamations.
2009-03 Coming Together Day.
B. Notification of Committee Appointments
1. Parking and Traffic Committee.
2. Historic Preservation Advisory Committee.
3. Entry Corridor Review Committee.
C. Consideration of Naming the New Park Facility at Davis Shores.
Regular Commission Meeting
January 26, 2009
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11. Items by City Manager.
A. Consent Agenda.
1. Preview of upcoming Commission meetings.
2. Consideration of a Release of Lien on Unit Connection Fee Mortgage.
3. Notification of One Term Expiration on the Historic Architectural Review Board.
4. Consideration of Tax Deed Sale – 5 Prawn Street.
B. Discussion Items.
12. Items by Mayor and Commissioners.
A. Presentation to the St. Francis House – Mayor Joe Boles.
13. Adjournment.

NOTE: 11.A items represent matter proposed by the City Manager for consideration by the City Commission as a “Consent Agenda”.

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