Four ordinances to be read tonight

St. Augustine Public Information Coordinator Cathy DuPont informed local Historic City News reporters today that two ordinances will come on for a first reading and two will come on for public hearing at tonight’s regular meeting of the City Commission.

A second reading and public hearing will be held of Ordinance 2010-37; amending section
11-94 of the City Code to provide for civil enforcement of noise control regulations.

Ordinance 2010-38, will also have a second reading and public hearing; amending the City Code by deleting the Code provisions regulating live-aboard anchorage in the Hospital Creek area.

Staff will introduce and the commission will consider, on first reading, Resolution 2010-41, authorizing the distribution of a “preliminary official statement” in connection with the marketing the City’s proposed Capital Improvement Revenue Bonds.

Staff will also introduce and the commission will consider, on first reading, Ordinance 2010-42, amending certain sections of the Code of the City of St. Augustine and establishing procedures relevant to the general operation of animal-drawn vehicles, franchises, etc.

In addition, Staff will discuss property available for lease on West King Street that could be used as a parking lot for West King Street merchants and their customers. The site was formerly the home of Shingler’s Drug Store and is owned by Miriam Leikert.

If you are planning to attend, the regular meeting of the City of St. Augustine Commission will be held tonight, Monday, November 8, 2010, at 5:00 p.m. in the Alcazar Room at City Hall. Comcast cable customers can watch the live meeting by tuning in to Channel 3, St. Johns County Government TV.

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