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 This Special/Business Meeting will begin at
5:30 P.M., JUNE 23, 2014
 
   

 
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Opening
 
1.  Approve Agenda. (no attachment)  
 
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.)
 
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.
 
2.  Approve all Consent Agenda Items.  (R-1)
 
3.  Approve Miscellaneous Budget Amendment to Adjust Various Fund Budgets.  (R-2)(O-1)(O-2)
 
4.  Approve 2014-2015 Recommended Human Services Performance Agreements.  (R-2.1)
 
5.  Authorize the Town Manager to Enter into Municipal Agreements with the North Carolina Department of Transportation for the STP DA Projects.  (R-3)
 
6.  Award of Contract for Rehabilitation Work at Trinity Court and Pritchard Park Public Housing Neighborhoods.  (R-4)
 
7.  Award of Contract for Resurfacing Multi-Modal Streets.  (R-5)
 
8.  Dedicate a Sewer Easement to OWASA near Emory Drive.  (R-6)
 
9.  Support the Community Use of Public School Facilities for Public Recreation Purposes.  (R-7)
 
10.  Adopt a Calendar of Council Meetings through December 2015.  (R-8)
 
11.  Adopt Minutes for the January 13, February 10, February 17, February 24 and March 10, 2014 Meetings.  (R-9)
 
Information
These items are reports or information for the Council.
 
12.  Report: Response to Petition Regarding Enforcement of the Orange County Smoking Ban.  
 
13.  Report: Response to Transportation Board Petition Regarding Pedestrian Safety.  
 
Discussion
 
14.  Discuss the Disposal of the Property Located at 523 East Franklin Street through Preservation North Carolina.  (R-10)(R-11) PRESENTER: Jason Damweber, Assistant to the Town Manager

RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Council discuss the proposals submitted regarding the purchase of the property located at 523 East Franklin Street, adopt the resolution approving a revision to Terms of Sale for this property, and adopt the resolution recommending a purchaser to Preservation North Carolina.

 
15.  Consider Revisions to the Town Code Towing and Mobile Phone Regulations.  (O-3)(O-4) PRESENTER: Ralph D. Karpinos, Town Attorney

RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Council enact the ordinance revisions.

 
16.  Consider Approving a Development Agreement for Glen Lennox.      (O-5) PRESENTER: Mary Jane Nirdlinger, Policy and Strategic Initiatives Director

  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 enact the ordinance approving a Development Agreement for Glen Lennox.


RECOMMENDATIONS: If the Council and developer are able to come to terms on a final agreement following discussion at tonight's public hearing, staff recommends that Council approve the development agreement by enacting the ordinance to approve the development agreement. If enacted, the next steps would be finalizing and executing the agreement.

 
17.  Consider Application for Special Use Permit - Duke Energy Calvander-Eubanks Energy Substation, 1701 Eubanks Road.  (R-12)(R-13) PRESENTER: Eric Feld, Planner II

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. Motion to adjourn the public hearing
  5. 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 application for the Duke Energy Calvander-Eubanks Energy Substation.

 
18.  Consider Application for Special Use Permit Modification - Southern Orange County Government Services Campus, 2251 Homestead Road.  (R-14)(R-15)(R-16) PRESENTER: Kay Pearlstein, 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. Presentation of evidence by the applicant
  4. Comments from the public
  5. Comments and questions from the Mayor and Town Council
  6. Applicant's statement regarding proposed conditions
  7. Motion to adjourn the public hearing
  8. Motion to adopt Revised Resolution A approving the application
  9. Motion to adopt Resolution C accepting a portion of previously dedicated right-of-way between the western terminus of Northfield Drive and Homestead Road.


RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Council continue the public hearing and receive comment; review the materials associated with the application; close the public hearing; adopt Resolution A approving the Special Use Permit Modification with conditions; and adopt Resolution C accepting a portion of previously dedicated right-of-way between the western terminus of Northfield Drive and Homestead Road.

 
19.  Obey Creek Development Agreement Process: Consider Whether to Proceed to Negotiation Phase.  (R-17) PRESENTER: Jason Damweber, Assistant to the Town Manager

RECOMMENDATIONS: The Technical Team believes that the issues identified in the exploratory phase and as part of the comprehensive review could be addressed to the satisfaction of the Town during the negotiation phase of the development agreement process and recommends that Council proceed.

With the continuing support of the Technical Team, staff recommends that the Council authorize the Town Manager and Attorney to enter into the negotiation phase of the Development Agreement Process with Obey Creek Ventures, LLC for the potential development of the Obey Creek site.


 
Appointments
 
20.  Appointments to the Board of Adjustment.  
 
21.  Appointments to the Cemeteries Advisory Board.  
 
22.  Appointments to the Historic District Commission.  
 
23.  Appointment to Housing Advisory Board.  
 
24.  Appointments to the Justice in Action Committee.  
 
25.  Appointments to the OWASA Board of Directors.  
 
26.  Appointments to the Personnel Appeals Committee.  
 
27.  Appointments to the Stormwater Management Utility Advisory Board.  
 
28.  Council Appointments to Orange County's Solid Waste Advisory Group.  (R-18)
 
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.