CHAPEL HILL, NC TOWN COUNCIL BUSINESS MEETING
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TOWN OF CHAPEL HILL
Town Council Business Meeting
Town Hall Council Chamber
7:00 P.M., JANUARY 28, 2013
 
   

 
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Opening
 
1.  Council Vacancy Follow up (to be determined based on Council Action on 1/23/13).  

 
Petitions from the Public
Petitions will not be acted upon at the time they are presented. It shall take a unanimous vote of the Council members present for a petition to be acted upon immediately upon its presentation. After receiving a petition, the Council shall, by simple motion, dispose of it as follows: consideration at a future regular meeting of the Council; or referral to another board or committee for study and report; or referral to the Town Manager for investigation and report; or receive for information. (Receiving does not imply approval, agreement, or consent.)
 
2.  Petitions from the Public.
  1. D.R. Bryan Regarding Parking in Village Center of Southern Village.
  2. Planning Board Regarding 2020 Implementation.
 

 
Announcements by Council members
 
Consent
Items of a routine nature will be placed on the Consent Agenda to be voted on in a block. Any item may be removed from the Consent Agenda by request of the Mayor or any Council Member.
 
3.  Approve All Consent Agenda Items.  (R-)

 
4.  Establish a Budget for the Bolin Creek Trail Renovation Project.  (R-2)

 
5.  Amend Resolution Authorizing Manager to Prepare, Approve and Enter into Contracts and Agreements.  (R-3)

 
6.  Confirm that County Smoking Ordinances Apply within Town Limits.  (R-4)

 
7.  Continue Public Hearings for 123 West Franklin Street Rezoning and Special Use Permit Applications.  (R-5)

 
Information
These items are reports or information for the Council.
 
8.  Response to the Franklin Rosemary Historic District's Petition Regarding Inclusion in a Focus Area Process.  

 
Discussion
 
9.  Consider Application for Special Use Permit - American Board of Pediatrics, 111 Silver Cedar Court.  (R-6) (R-7)

PRESENTER: Judy Johnson, Senior Planner

Swearing of all persons wishing to present evidence
  1. Without objection, the Manager’s revised report and any other materials submitted at the hearing for consideration by the Council will be entered into the record
  2. Introduction and revised recommendation by the Manager
  3. Comments and questions from the Mayor and Town Council
  4. Applicant’s statement regarding proposed conditions
  5. Motion to adjourn the Public Hearing
  6. Motion to adopt Revised Resolution A approving the Special Use Permit.


RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Council continue the Public Hearing to consider additional information and receive public comment. We recommend approval of Resolution A, with conditions.

 
10.  Presentation: Chapel Hill Transit FY2013-14 Budget Outlook.  

PRESENTER: Brian Litchfield, Interim Transit Director

RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Council receive this presentation and provide feedback.

 
11.  Potential Legislative Initiatives to Discuss with Local Delegation.  

PRESENTER: Ralph D. Karpinos, Town Attorney

RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Council identify topics to discuss with local legislative representatives.

 
Appointments
 
12.  Appointments to Chapel Hill Public Arts Commission.  

 
13.  Appointments to Personnel Appeals Committee.  

 
Reserved for Discussion of Consent Agenda Items if Necessary
 
REQUEST FOR CLOSED SESSION TO DISCUSS PROPERTY ACQUISITION, PERSONNEL, AND LITIGATION MATTERS