CHAPEL HILL, NC TOWN COUNCIL BUSINESS MEETING
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TOWN OF CHAPEL HILL
Town Council Business Meeting
Southern Human Services Center
2501 Homestead Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27516
7:00 P.M., FEBRUARY 24, 2014
 
   

 
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Opening
 
1.  Approve Agenda. (no attachment)  
 
Public Forums and Hearings
 
2.  Initial Public Forum on the Annual Budget, Capital Program, Use of Grants and Related Items and Potential Legislative Requests.   PRESENTER: Ken Pennoyer, Business Management Director
Loryn Clark, Interim Assistant Planning Director
Tina Vaughn, Housing Director

We recommend that the Council receive comments at the February 24, 2014 Council meeting in a combined forum format in which citizens may make comments regarding any of the forum topics.

 
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.)
 
3.  Petitions from the Public.
  1. Bill Massengale Regarding a Proposal to Make Several of our Ordinances Civil Penalties.
 
 
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.
 
4.  Approve all Consent Agenda Items.  (R-1)
 
5.  Approve Miscellaneous Budget Amendment to Adjust Various Fund Budgets.  (O-1 thru O-7)
 
6.  Adopt Resolution of Support Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Grant Application for FY 2014 - 2015.  (R-2)
 
7.  Make Adjustments to Contribution and Disclosure Limits for Municipal Elections.  (O-8)
 
8.  Adopt 2012 Municipal Records Retention and Disposition Schedule, as Amended in August 2013.  (R-3)
 
9.  Call a Public Hearing on Updated Flood Insurance Rate Maps.  (R-4)
 
10.  Amend 2013-2014 Council Meeting Calendar.  (R-5)
 
11.  Adopt Minutes for the September 23 (Closed Session), November 11 (Closed Session), November 18 (Closed Session), October 16 and October 21, 2013 Meetings.  (R-6)
 
Information
These items are reports or information for the Council.
 
12.  Annual Report: Town of Chapel Hill Living Wage Policy.  
 
Discussion
 
13.  Consider Application for Zoning Atlas Amendment - Children's Campus of Chapel Hill, 1620 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.  (R-7)(O-9)(R-8) PRESENTER: Phil Mason, Principal Planner

  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. Motion to adjourn the Public Hearing
  5. Motion to adopt the Resolution of Consistency with the Comprehensive Plan
  6. Motion to enact the ordinance to approve the rezoning.


RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Council
  1. adopt the Resolution of Consistency with the Comprehensive Plan for the requested rezoning; and
  2. enact the Zoning Atlas Amendment to rezone the 1.8-acre site from Residential-2 (R-2) to Residential-5-Conditional (R-5-C). The attached ordinance would enact zoning atlas amendment and rezone the site and associated rights-of-way to Residential-5-Conditional (R-5-C) for the Children's Campus of Chapel Hill.


 
14.  Consider Application for Special Use Permit - Children's Campus of Chapel Hill, 1620 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.  (R-9)(R-10) PRESENTER: Phil Mason, Principal 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 Revised Resolution A, with conditions, for the Special Use Permit The Children's Campus of Chapel Hill.

 
15.  Presentation: 2013 Chapel Hill Community Survey Results.   PRESENTER: Catherine Lazorko, Communications Manager

RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Council receive the report and provide feedback.

 
16.  Consider Urging the North Carolina General Assembly and the Governor to Accept Federal Funds to Expand Medicaid.  (R-11) RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Council consider the attached resolution.

 
Appointments
 
17.  Appointments to the Greenways Commission.  
 
Reserved for Discussion of Consent Agenda Items if Necessary
 
REQUEST FOR CLOSED SESSION TO DISCUSS PROPERTY ACQUISITION, PERSONNEL, AND LITIGATION MATTERS
 
Minutes have not been generated.