COMMITTEE AGENDAS
05-27-02

Finance/Executive | Community Development/Human Resources
City Utilities | Transportation | Public Safety | Zoning


CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE

CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE

AGENDA

MAY 28, 2002

A. ADOPTION OF AGENDA

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

CONSENT

C. RESOLUTION

02R0895 ( 1) A Resolution by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Mayor or her designee to install a six inch sanitary sewer tap to serve property located at 190 Marietta Street as requested by the property owner.

D. ORDINANCE FOR FIRST READING

02O0901 ( 1) An Ordinance by City Utilities Committee amending the 2002 (2001 Water and Wastewater Bond Fund) Budget in an amount not to exceed $13,000,000.00 to fund the Citywide Insituform Improvements; and for other purposes.

E. PUBLIC HEARINGS

ORDINANCES FOR SECOND READING

02O0730 ( 1) An Ordinance by City Utilities Committee to abandon a portion of the right-of-way of Joyland Place said portion being approximately 0.350 acre in area, running between Joyland Avenue and I-75/85 a distance of approximately 15,279.69 feet and located in Land Lots 72, 73, 88 & 89 of the 14th District, Fulton County, Georgia; and for other purposes. (Advertised for a Public Hearing 05/28/02)

02O0900 ( 2) An Ordinance by Councilmember Clair Muller authorizing the Mayor to execute a Change of Control Agreement between the City of Atlanta, MediaOne of Colorado, Inc., an indirect subsidiary of AT&T Corp. and AT&T Comcast Corporation, whereby the City will consent to the change of control of the cable franchise from AT&T Corp. to AT&T Comcast Corporation. (2nd Reading, 1st Adoption) (Advertised for a Public Hearing 05/28/02)

REGULAR

F. ORDINANCES FOR SECOND READING

02O0868 ( 1) An Ordinance by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Mayor to execute a Franchise Agreement with Cogent Fiber Services, Inc. of Georgia, a Georgia Corporation, providing telecommunications services using public right-of-way; and for other purposes. (2nd Reading, 1st Adoption)

02O0958 ( 2) An Ordinance by Councilmembers Debi Starnes and Carla Smith authorizing the Commissioner of Public Works, on behalf of the Mayor, to waive paragraphs four (4) and seven (7) of Section 138-60 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta, for the issuance of a Banner Permit to the National Black Arts Festival (NBAF); and for other purposes.

02O0961 ( 3) An Ordinance by Councilmembers Debi Starnes and Carla Smith authorizing the Commissioner of Public Works, on behalf of the Mayor, to waive paragraph four (4) of Section 138-60 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta, for the issuance of a Banner Permit to the First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ; and for other purposes.

02O0964 ( 4) An Ordinance by Councilmember Clair Muller to codify the requirements for Storm Water Management and Hydrological Analysis for developments permitted in the City of Atlanta; and for other purposes.

02O0969 ( 5) An Ordinance by Councilmember Carla Smith authorizing the Mayor or her designee to amend the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta to require concrete trucks operating in the City of Atlanta to use a form of diaper to prohibit concrete from being permanently deposited on the City’s right-of-way; and for other purposes.

02R0892 ( 1) A Resolution by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Mayor or her designee to enter into Amendment Number 1 with Insituform Technologies, Inc., for FC-7063-99, Annual Contract for Cured-In-Place Pipe; on behalf of the Department of Public Works in an amount not to exceed $1,250,000.00; and to increase the scope of services to be provided by the contractor as reflected in the proposal; all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from Fund, Account and Center Number: 2J26 574001 M24I02449999.

02R0896 ( 2) A Resolution by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Mayor to enter into an appropriate contractual agreement with Roland Pugh Construction Company, Inc., for FC-6818-97, Tenth Ward Sanitary Sewer Improvements, Phase II, Contract 2, in an amount not to exceed $1,693,266.21. All contracted work shall be charged to and paid from Fund, Account and Center Number: 2J26 573001 M24I02469999.

02R0897 ( 3) A Resolution by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Mayor or designee to issue a Notice to Proceed with Delon Hampton & Associates/W. L. Jorden and Company, Inc., - JV for FC-6710-96C, Annual Contract for Architectural and Engineering Services to provide a GDOT Concept Report and Survey for Howell Mill Road/Chattahoochee Avenue Intersection Improvements on behalf of the Department of Public Works in an amount not to exceed $103,080.00; all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from Fund, Account and Center Number: 1C34 574001 M22F01399SBA.

02R0898 ( 4) A Resolution by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Mayor or designee to enter into Amendment Agreement No. 4 with Metcalf & Eddy, Inc., for FC-6433-95, Design Services for Summerhill/Peoplestown, Mechancisville and Intrenchment Creek, Stage 1 and Stage 2 to provide additional Stormwater System Improvements for the Sandy Creek Drainage Basin in an amount not to exceed $10,081.00. All contracted work shall be charged to and paid from Fund Account and Center Number: 1A01 524001 M21001.

RESOLUTIONS (CONT’D)

02R0899 ( 5) A Resolution by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Mayor or designee to issue a Notice to Proceed with Mayes, Sudderth & Etheredge, Inc./Harrington, George & Dunn, PC - JV for FC-6710-96B, Annual Contract for Architectural and Engineering Services to provide Combined Sewer Evaluation and Conceptual Design of Sewer Separations on behalf of the Department of Public Works in an amount not to exceed $6,777,500.00; all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from Fund, Account and Center Numbers: 2J26 524001 M56I21049999, 2J26 524001 M56I21019999, 2J27 574001 M24I02679999 and 2J27 574001 M24I02689999.

02R0903 ( 6) A Resolution by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Mayor to enter into Amendment Number One for FC-7322-01, Orme Street Combined Trunk Relief Sewer, Phase III, Construction Management Services with the Integral Partnership of Atlanta, A Joint Venture, in an amount not to exceed $217,462.00 All contracted work shall be charged to and paid from Fund, Account and Center Number: 2J26 574001 M24I02169999.

02R0950 ( 7) A Resolution by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Mayor to enter into Renewal Agreement No. 3 with Consolidated Resource Recovery for FC-6528-96, Yard Trimmings Diversion Program on behalf of the Department of Public Works for a rate of $29.00 per ton of yard waste collected; $31.00 per ton for oversize loads; and a rate of $13.00 per ton for emergency mobile grinding. All contracted work shall be charged to and paid from Various Fund, Account and Center Numbers.

02R0968 ( 8) A Resolution by Councilmember Felicia A. Moore requesting that the Mayor or her designee provide sewer basin information to all developers applying to construct new or rehabilitated development in the City of Atlanta; and for other purposes.


H. PAPERS HELD IN COMMITTEE

02O0087 ( 1) An Ordinance by Councilmember Clair Muller amending Article II, Division 3 (Sanitary) Rates and Charges Section of the City of Atlanta’s Code of Ordinances; and for other purposes. (Held 1/15/02)

02O0164 ( 2) An Ordinance by Councilmember Debi Starnes to abandon Johnson Avenue, between Randolph Street and the Dead End to the west. (Held 1/29/02) (Advertised for a Public Hearing 6/11/02)

02O0262 ( 3) An Ordinance by Councilmember Derrick Boazman to amend an ordinance to abandon Casplan Street, SW from Metropolitan Parkway, SW to Harden Street, SW and to abandon Harden Street, SW from Casplan Street, SW to a point approximately 863 feet southeasterly, lying and being in Land Lot 89 of the 14th District of Fulton County, Georgia; and for other purposes. (Held 2/12/02)

02O0268 ( 4) An Ordinance by Councilmember Debi Starnes as substituted by City Utilities Committee to change the name of Linden Avenue, between Piedmont Avenue and the I-75/85 Connector, to James A. Kaufmann Avenue; and for other purposes. (Public Hearing held 3/26/02) (Substituted and held 3/26/02)

02O0602 ( 5) An Ordinance by City Utilities Committee enacting street and sidewalk design standards for Traditional Neighborhood Developments; and for other purposes. (Held 5/14/02)

02O0664 ( 6) An Ordinance by Councilmembers Debi Starnes and Anne Fauver to amend the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances by establishing and adopting a new Article VIII of Chapter 138 entitled “On-Street Bicycle Racks”; and for other purposes. (Held 4/9/02)

02O0685 ( 7) An Ordinance by Councilmember Derrick Boazman to abandon Adams Street from St. Johns Avenue to Climax Place lying and being in Land Lot 90 of District 14, Fulton County, Georgia; to abandon Climax Place from Metropolitan Parkway to Interstate 75/85 (Lakewood Freeway) lying and being in the Land Lot 90 of District 14, Fulton County, Georgia; to abandon Spring Place and Leola Street from Metropolitan Parkway toward Scott Street lying and being in Land Lot 90 of District 14, Fulton County Georgia; and for other purposes. (Held 4/9/02) (To be advertised for a Public Hearing 00/00/02)

02R0801 ( 8) A Resolution by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept a grant in the amount of $7,500.00 from BellSouth Advertising and Publishing intended for the development of a program to recycle used telephone directories. (Held 5/14/02)

02O0867 ( 9) An Ordinance by Councilmember Debi Starnes to grant an encroachment easement to BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. for encroachments into the right-of-way of Third Street; and for other purposes. (Held 5/14/02)

I. ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA

J. ADJOURNMENT

AGENDA

PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE

AGENDA

PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE

MAY 28, 2002

ADOPTION OF AGENDA

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

COMMUNICATION

02C0741 ( 1) A Communication by Mayor Shirley Franklin appointing Frank McComb, to the License Review Board. This appointment is for a term of two years scheduled to begin on the date of Council.

RESOLUTIONS

Claims with Favorable Recommendations:

02R0910 (1) Claim of Christine Spokes and Danny E. Cargal, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a vehicular accident on April 10, 2002 at West Lake Avenue and Calloway Drive.

$66l.38

02R0911 ( 2) Claim of GMAC Insurance as subrogee of Tina Weaver, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of an automobile accident on January 2, 2002 a Lakewood Avenue SE and Lakewood Freeway Ramp.

$2,000.00

02R0912 ( 3) Claim of The Woods at Glenrose Apartments, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a vehicular accident on January 26, 2002 at 50 Mount Zion Road.

$2,000.00

02R0913 ( 4) Claim of Sally Ferguson, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a vehicular accident on November 21, 2001 at 1369 Miller Avenue, NE.

$650.00

Claims with Favorable Recommendations:

02R0914 ( 5) Claim of Jonathan Wright, for damages alleged to have been sustained from as a result of a construction site in the roadway that was left in an open and unsafe condition on January 26, 2002 at 1365 Peachtree Street, NE.

$843.09

02R0915 ( 6) Claim of Timothy Moone, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a sanitary sewer back up on March 31, 2001 at 2156 Honeysuckle Lane, SW.

$1,000.00

02R0916 ( 7) Claim of Christopher H. Privette, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a vehicular accident on February 17, 2002 at 825 Piedmont Avenue, NE.

$2,000.00

02R0917( 8) Claim of Jaime A. Saunders, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a vehicular accident on March 13, 2002 at Memorial Drive and Central Avenue.

$1,818.25

02R0918 ( 9) Claim of Kevin B.D. Banks, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of riding over a pothole and being thrown from his bicycle on October 3, 2001 at Bolton Road and Main Street, NW.

$1,161.51

Claims with Favorable Recommendations:

02R0919 (10) Claim of USAA Casualty Insurance Company as subrogee for Shelley S. Sawyer, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of driving over an unsecured sewer construction site o n September 13, 2001 at 455 Peachtree Battle Avenue, NE.

$675.62

02R0920 (11) Claim of Doris Grady, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a vehicular accident on March 22, 2002 at 2690 Campbellton Road, SW.

$879.10

02R0921 (12) Claim of Janel Jennings, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a sewer back up on July 20, 2001 at 2487 Fernleaf Court.

$1,025.00

02R0922 (13) Claim of Lawrence Martin, through his attorney, Margot S. Roberts, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a vehicular accident on May 11, 2000 at Peachtree and 15th Streets.

$1,000.00

02R0923 (14) Claims of State Farm Insurance Companies as subrogee of Delecia Smith, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a vehicular accident on September 20, 2001 at Juniper and 4th Streets.

$1,048.15

Claims with Unfavorable Recommendations:

02R0924 (15) Claim of Antoine Pressley, through his attorney, Melanie A. Webre, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of personal injuries due to a beating on December 8, 2001 on Atlanta Housing Authority property located on Jonesboro Road.

Claims with Unfavorable Recommendations:

02R0925 (16) Claim of Jonathon Roseville, through his attorney, Scott G. Monge, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a vehicular accident on March 26, 2001 at 2780 Peachtree Road, NE.

02R0926 (17) Claim of Charles Beaumont, through his attorney, Darrell T. Carver, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of personal injuries during an arrest on June 10, 2001 at 2329 Cheshire Bridge Road, NE.

02R0927 (18) Claim of Robert Thomas, through his attorney, William T. Mitchell, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of personal injuries during an arrest on June 30, 2001 at West Peachtree and 10th Streets.

02R0928 (19) Claim of Gaye Allen, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of driving over a pothole in the road on January 11, 2002 at 2075 Bankhead Highway.

02R0929 (20) Claim of Samantha Lockridge, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a vehicular damage due to an unsecured metal plate in the roadway on March 18, 2001 at 2492 Habersham Road.

02R0930 (21) Claim of Chris Witmer, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of vehicular damage due to an unsecured metal plate in the roadway on March 10, 2001 at 2492 Habersham Road.

02R0931 (22) Claim of Marjorie C. Henson, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of vehicular damage due to an unsecured metal plate in the roadway on March 15, 2001 at 2492 Habersham Road.

Claims with Unfavorable Recommendations:

02R0932 (23) Claim of Peggy D. Murray, through his attorney, Donald C. Beskin, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of personal injuries due to walking through a glass panel on September 24, 2001 at the Atlanta Civic Center.

02R0933 (24) Claim of The Sembler Company, through its attorneys, Rush S. Smith, Jr. and Paul R. Koster, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of the flooding of property belonging to Affairs to Remember, Inc., on January 22, 2001 at 680 Ponce de Leon Avenue.

02R0934 (25) Claim of Linda D. Harvey, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of loss of personal property on August 10, 2001 at 675 Ponce de Leon Avenue, NE.

02R0935 (26) Claim of Woodrow and Edith Kay Wells and Metlife Auto and Home, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of property damage due to a fire on March 8, 2000 at 34 Peachtree Circle.

02R0936 (27) Claim of Sandro G. Longo, Jr., for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of damage to a laptop computer on January 14, 2002 at the Atlanta Airport.

02R0937 (28) Claim of Collette “Lorie” McDonald, through her attorney, Gregory V. Soderberg, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of personal injuries due to a fall on a cement barrier on April 26, 2001 in the South Terminal Parking lot at the Atlanta Airport.

02R0938 (29) Claim of Andy Philhower, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of driving over a manhole cover on October 8, 2001 at Peachtree and East Paces Ferry Roads, NE.

Claims with Unfavorable Recommendations:

02R0939 ( 30) Claim of Charlton Whitlock Dunbar, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of driving over a pothole in the roadway on March 30, 2001 at Foundry and Marietta Streets.

02R0940 (31) Claim of Valencia M. Wilson, for damages alleged to have been sustained when a City vehicle drove over a limb causing it to pop up and strike the vehicle behind it on December 26, 2001 at 2615 Bankhead Highway, NW.

02R0941 (32) Claim of Regina Babalade through her attorney, Thomas F. Jones, Esq., for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of stepping into a pothole on July 2, 200 at 785 Pearce Street.

02R0942 (33) Claim of Classic Design Services, Inc., for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of driving over a pothole on March 14, 2001 at 342 Armour Drive.

02R0943 (34) Claim of Octavia White, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of an automobile accident on March 21, 2001 at 1977 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, SW.

02R0944 (35) Claim of Tina Cunningham, through her attorney, Kevin L. Ward, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of police misconduct on September 27, 2001 at 4650 ASR Road.

02R0945 (36) Claim of Robin Henry, Charlotte Henry and Sahara Henry surviving children of Robert Charles Henry, through their attorney, W. James Moore, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of the shooting death of their father on November 2, 2001 at 885 Bouldercrest Drive.

Claims with Unfavorable Recommendations:

02R0946 (37) Claim of Melvynne C. Reed, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a vehicular accident on April 19, 2002 at Interstate 20 between Morelend Avenue and the Glenwood Memorial Connector.

02R0947 (38) Claim of Yvette W. Patterson, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of vehicular damage due to a pothole on October 8, 2001 at Edgewood Avenue and Butler Street.

E. ORDINANCES FOR SECOND READING

02O0952 (1) An Ordinance by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee authorizing a (120) day moratorium on enforcement at Turner Field, of that portion of Section 30-1409 of The City Code which prohibits a vendor from conducting business on public space in an area no larger than three feet by seven feet; and for other purposes.

02O0957 ( 2) An Ordinance by Councilmember Debi Starnes to amend Chapter 150, Article VII, Section 150-296 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta prohibiting cruising by including additional downtown areas identified as “No Cruising Zones” to repeal conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes.

F. RESOLUTIONS

02R0948 ( 1) A Resolution by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee authorizing payment in the amount of $9,317.04 in settlement of the claim of Danny K. Stephenson against the City of Atlanta.

02R0949 ( 2) A Resolution by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee authorizing payment in the amount of $2,000.00 in settlement of the claim of Laketa Johnson, through her attorney, Robert Altman against the City of Atlanta and for other purposes.

02R0905 ( 3) A Resolution by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept a grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Programs in an amount not to exceed $132,645 for a program to continue the operation of the City’s participation in the Metro Atlanta Multi-Jurisdictional DUI Task Force; and for other purposes.

02R0906 ( 4) A Resolution by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee authorizing the Mayor or her designee to accept on behalf of the Atlanta Fire Department the donation of used furniture and other household items in satisfactory condition valued at not more than $3,000.00 from Providence Missionary Baptist Church for use at Fire Station Twenty Five (25); and for other purposes.

G. ORDINANCE FOR FIRST READING

02O0973 ( 1) An Ordinance by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee authorizing the settlement of all claims against Officer J. A. Veerkamp in the case of Louis Bray v. Officer J. A. Veerkamp et al., filed in the Superior Court of Fulton County, Civil Action File No: 00VS002758G, to cause payment to be made in the amount of ($30,000.00); to waive conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes.

H. PAPERS HELD IN COMMITTEE

02O0675 ( 1) An Amended Ordinance by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee to amend the Code of Ordinances, City of Atlanta, Georgia, Chapter 10, Article II, Division 2, Subdivision III, Section 10-109(h), so as to provide a method for an alcoholic beverage license applicant to certify that the property owner of the proposed licensed premises has been notified of Section 10-109(h); and for other purposes. (Referred back by Council 5/6/02) (Held 5/14/02)

02O0694 (2) An Ordinance by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee authorizing settlement of all claims of Stephen Joy in the case of Stephen G. Joy vs. K. L. West, Case Number 1:00-CV-0925-JTC in the United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia, Atlanta Division, Appeal Docket No. 02-103990 in the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit; to cause payment to be made in the amount of $11,000.00; and for other purposes. (Held 5/14/02)

02O0853 ( 3) An Ordinance by Councilmembers Carla Smith, C. T. Martin, Clair Muller, Mary Norwood, Natalyn Archibong, Debi Starnes, Howard Shook, Ivory Lee Young, Jr. and Ceasar C. Mitchell to amend Chapter 150, Article IV, Division 1 of the Atlanta City Code so as to add Section 150-99 prohibiting a person from stopping, standing or parking a vehicle on a sidewalk; and for other purposes. (Held 5/14/02)

02O0854 ( 4) An Ordinance by Councilmember Carla Smith to amend Chapter 10, Article II, Section 10-92(B) of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances to provide an exemption from the distance requirements from store to store for establishments licensed to sell malt beverages and/or wine by the package which are located within a certain area; and for other purposes. (Held 5/14/02)

ITEMS NOT ON AGENDA

J. ADJOURNMENT

AGENDA

ZONING COMMITTEE

ZONING COMMITTEE

AGENDA

WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 2002

A. ADOPTION OF AGENDA

B. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

C. ZRB SUMMARY REPORT (See Attached List)

FAVORABLE

 

 

 

 

 

 

02-O-0667

Z-02-19

3379 M.L.K. Jr., Drive, NW

(H-10)

R-4 to R-L-C*

Approval

Approval

Favorable

02-O-0821

 

Z-02-27

Southside of 16th Street, NW

(E-2)

C-4-C to PD-H

Approval

 

Approval

Favorable

02-O-0819

 

U-02-08

2606 Alston Drive, SE

(O-5)

Community Service Facility

Approval

 

Approval

Favorable

02-O-0818

 

U-02-09

2750 Alston Drive, Se/264 East Lake Drive, SE

(O-5)

Community Service Facility

Approval

 

Defer

Favorable

02-O-0815

 

U-02-11

3160 and Part of 3254 Northside Parkway, NW

(C-8)

Private School

Approval

 

Approval

Favorable

02-O-0816

U-02-12

3254 Northside Parkway, NW

(C-8)

Private School

Approval

Approval

Favorable

FAVORABLE ON SUBSTITUTE

02-O-0360

Z-02-01/Z-86-34

3260-3316 Peachtree Road, NE and 3317 and 3349 Piedmont Road, NE

(B-7)

Site Plan Amendment and Change of Conditions

Approval-Conditional

Approval-Conditional

Favorable on Substitute

02-O-0825

Z-02-23

1030 (a.k.a. 380-390) Grant Circle, SE

(W-1)

I-1 to C-1-C*

Approval-Conditional

Approval

Favorable on Substitute

02-O-0823

Z-02-25/Z-00-68

NE Corner of Glenwood Avenue and the Glenwood-Wylie Connector, SE

(W-5)

Site Plan Amendment and Change of Conditions

Approval

Approval

Favorable on Substitute

02-O-0817

U-02-10/U-99-33

3900 Bakers Ferry Road, SW

(H-10)

Change of Conditions

Approval-Conditional

Approval

Favorable on Substitute

FILE

02-O-0046

Z-01-69

3663-3667 Peachtree Road, NE

(B-7)

RG-2 to RG-3

Approval

Denial

File

02-O-0826

Z-02-22

647 Darlington Circle, NE

(B-7)

R-4 to PD-H

File

 

File

D. PAPERS HELD IN COMMITTEE

02O0110 ( 1) An Ordinance by Zoning Committee to rezone from the R-4

Z-01-101 (Single-Family Residential) District to the PD-H (Planned Development-Housing) District, property located at 2515 Old Hapeville Road, SW, fronting approximately 655 feet on the westerly side of Old Hapeville Road beginning approximately 391.26 feet northeasterly from the northwest corner of Judy Lane. Property also fronts approximately 197.35 feet on the south side of Pryor Road/Pegg Road Right-of-Way. (Held 5/15/02)

Depth: Varies

Area: 28.4079 Acres

Land Lot: 69, 14th District, Fulton County, Georgia

Owner: Louis P. Gangarosa

Applicant: Same

NPU-Z Council District 12

02O0181 ( 2) An Ordinance by Zoning Committee designating the Medical

Z-02-07 Arts Building, located at 384 Peachtree Street, NW, Land Lot 50 of the 14th District of Fulton County, Georgia and certain real property on which it is located, to the Overlay Zoning Designation of Landmark Building or Site pursuant to Chapter 20 of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Atlanta and rezoning from SPI-1 (Central Core) to SPI-1/LBS (Central Core/Landmark Building or Site); to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes. (Held 5/15/02)

02O0477 ( 3) A Substitute Ordinance by Zoning Committee to rezone from

Z-02-13 the RG-2 (Residential General-Sector 2) District to the C-1 (Community Business) District, property located at 18-34-54 Fairburn Road, SW, fronting 406.32 feet on the east side of Fairburn Road beginning 243.2 feet south from the southeast corner of Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive. (Held 5/15/02)

Depth: Varies

Area: 2.19 Acres More or Less

Land Lot: 243, 14th District, Fulton County, Georgia

Owner: Dwight Jackson

Applicant: Byron Washington

NPU-H Council District 10

ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA

F. ADJOURNMENT

TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

AGENDA

MAY 29, 2002

A. ADOPTION OF AGENDA

B. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

CONSENT

C. ORDINANCES FOR SECOND READING

02O0709 ( 1) An Ordinance by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor or her designee to make segments of the following street within the City of Atlanta No Parking Anytime: Euharlee Street, SW.

02O0711 ( 2) An Ordinance by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor or her designee to make the intersection of Berean Avenue, SE and Woodward Avenue an All-Way Stop.

02O0712 ( 3) An Ordinance by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor or her designee to make the intersection of North Ivy Road, NE and North Stratford Road an All-Way Stop.

02O0713 ( 4) An Ordinance by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor or her designee to make the intersection of Carter Drive, NE and Club Valley Drive an All-Way Stop.

02O0714 ( 5) An Ordinance by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor or her designee to make the intersection of East Rhinehill Road, SE and Rhinehill Road an All-Way Stop.

02O0715 ( 6) An Ordinance by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor or her designee to make the intersection of Hardendorf Avenue, NE and Marlbrook Drive an All-Way Stop.

02O0716 ( 7) An Ordinance by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor or her designee to make the intersection of Cameron Street, SE and Woodward Avenue an All-Way Stop.

02O0717 ( 8) An Ordinance by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor or her designee to make the intersection of Angelo Drive, NE and Club Valley Drive an All-Way Stop.

D. ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING

02O0907 ( 1) An Ordinance by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor or her designee to make segments of the following street within the City of Atlanta No Parking Anytime: Sanders Avenue, SE.

02O0908 ( 2) An Ordinance by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor or her designee to make the intersection of Joe Louis Drive, NW and Pansy Street an All-Way Stop.

02O0909 ( 3) An Ordinance by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor or her designee to make the intersection of Eastwood Avenue, SW and Eden Avenue an All-Way Stop.

REGULAR

E. ORDINANCES FOR SECOND READING

02O0710 ( 1) An Ordinance by Transportation Committee amending Atlanta City Code Section 22-87(b) so as to increase the Non-Signatory Landing Fee Rate from .89 to .93 per 1,000 pounds maximum certified gross landing weight of any aircraft operating at Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport which is not covered by an Airport Use Agreement with the City of Atlanta; repealing conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes.

02O0718 ( 2) An Ordinance by Transportation Committee to amend Code of Ordinances, Part II-General Ordinances, Chapter 150 Traffic and Vehicles, Article IV, Stopping, Standing and Parking Division 4, Residential Permit Parking; and for other purposes.

02O0953 ( 3) An Ordinance by Councilmember Natalyn M. Archibong authorizing the Mayor or her designee to make the street segment of Sanders Avenue, SE between Moreland Avenue and Glenwood Place, within the City of Atlanta, No Parking Anytime; and for other purposes.

02O0956 ( 4) An Ordinance by Councilmember Derrick Boazman authorizing the Mayor or her designee to make the street segment of Katherwood Drive, SW between Sylvan Road and Melrose Drive within the City of Atlanta No Parking Anytime.

F. PAPERS HELD IN COMMITTEE

02O0461 ( 1) An Ordinance by Councilmember Clair Muller setting City of Atlanta Policy regarding Land Inventory at Hartsfield International Airport. (Held 3/13/02)

02R0676 ( 2) A Resolution by Councilmember H. Lamar Willis authorizing the reimbursement to the Aviation Fund for expenses incurred on behalf of the General Fund in the amount of $ as identified in the Internal Audit Report issued in 2000 and 2001; and for other purposes. (Held 4/10/02)

02O0839 ( 3) An Ordinance by Councilmember Clair Muller to provide for “No Parking Anytime” signs along both sides of 6th Street from Peachtree Street to West Peachtree Street, bordering the Post Biltmore; and for other purposes. (Held 5/15/02)

G. ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA

H. ADJOURNMENT

AGENDA

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE

AGENDA

TUESDAY, MAY 28, 2002

ADOPTION OF AGENDA

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

COMMUNICATIONS

02C0890 ( 1) A Communication by Councilmembers Felicia A. Moore, C. T. Martin and H. Lamar Willis appointing Mrs. Jean Delois Redding to the Atlanta Urban Design Commission in the category of Neighborhood Representative. This appointment is for a term 3 years, scheduled to begin on the date of Council confirmation.

02C0891 ( 2) A Communication by Councilmembers Ceasar Mitchell, Ivory Lee Young, Jr. and Cleta Winslow appointing Ms. Cheryl McAfee-Mitchell to the Atlanta Urban Design Commission in the category of Architect I for a term of 3 years, scheduled to begin on the date of Council confirmation.

02C0970 ( 3) A Communication by Councilmember Cleta Winslow correcting a previously adopted Communication by appointing Mr. Davey L. Gibson, if it is the Council’s will, to the Atlanta Development Authority Board of Directors.

HUMAN RESOURCES SECTION

D. ORDINANCE FOR SECOND READING

02O0393 ( 1) A Substitute Ordinance by Community Development/Human Resources Committee anticipating and appropriating $1,842,500.00 for the Summer Food Service Program for the period December 1, 2001 through November 30, 2002; and for other purposes. (No Recommendation on Substitute by CD/HR Committee 5/14/02) (Referred back by Council 5/20/02)

E. RESOLUTIONS

02R0803 ( 1) A Resolution by Community Development/Human Resources Committee authorizing the Mayor to enter into a renewal

agreement No. 1 with G. A. Food Services, Inc., for FC-7343-01 City of Atlanta Summer Food Program, on behalf of the Department of Planning, Development and Neighborhood Conservation in an amount not to exceed $1,077,560.00. All contracted work shall be charged to and paid from Fund,

Account and Center Number: 1B02 529002 Y31R0151ATUO; and for other purposes. (No Recommendation by CD/HR Committee 5/14/02) (Referred back by Council 5/20/02)

02R0894 ( 2) A Resolution by Community Development/Human Resources Committee authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept a grant from the U.S. Department of Interior, National Park Service, Urban Park and Recreation Recovery Program, in the amount of $826,000.00 for the purpose of rehabilitating the South Bend Neighborhood Facility, located at 1955 Compton Drive, SE, Atlanta, GA 30315; and to provide for grant matching funds; and for other purposes.

F. PAPERS HELD IN COMMITTEE

02O0084 ( 1) An Ordinance by Councilmembers Clair Muller and Anne Fauver authorizing the establishment of the Arts Council of the City of Atlanta; for the purpose of providing guidance and support for the arts in the City of Atlanta; for the selection of members; and for other purposes. (Held 1/15/02)

02O0837 ( 2) An Ordinance by Councilmember Clair Muller to amend the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances, Section 110-60 to require that all City Parks close 30 minutes following sunset

and open 30 minutes following sunrise; and for other purposes. (Held 5/14/02)

02O0599 ( 3) An Ordinance by Community Development/Human Resources Committee amending the Atlanta Outdoor Festivals Ordinance of 2000 so as to provide that the Commissioner of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs shall perform the functions presently delegated to the Chief of Staff; and for other purposes. (Favorable by CD/HR on 4/9/02) (Referred back by Council 5/6/02) (Held 5/14/02)

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SECTION

ORDINANCES FOR SECOND READING

02O0726 ( 1) An Ordinance by Community Development/Human Resources Committee authorizing the Mayor to grant a

temporary 20’ x 170’ construction and maintenance easement to the Atlanta Public Schools for the purpose of installing two (2) portable classrooms in the Benteen Park on City of Atlanta property, located in Land Lot 24 of the 14th District of Fulton County, Georgia so as to allow the Atlanta Public Schools to complete their expansion of the Benteen Elementary School which is adjacent to Benteen Park; to occupy the temporary 20’ x 170’ easement area for a maximum period of three (3) years, on behalf of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs, Bureau of Parks; and for other purposes.

02O0723 ( 2) An Ordinance by Community Development/Human Resources Committee amending the 2002 (Community Development Fund) Budget by transferring appropriations in the amount of $54,000.00 from CD-23A, Business Improvements Loan Fund to CD-23B, BILF Administration; and for other purposes.

02O0883 ( 3) An Ordinance by Community Development/Human

CDP-02-15 Resources Committee to amend the Land Use Element of the City of Atlanta 2002 Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to re-designate property that is located at 54 and 34 Fairburn Road, NW, from the “Single Family Residential” Land Use Designation to the “Low Density Commercial” Land Use Designation; and for other purposes.

NPU-H Council District 10

02O0884 ( 4) An Ordinance by Community Development/Human

CDP-02-16 Resources Committee to amend the Land Use Element of the City of Atlanta 2002 Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to re-designate property that is located at 3379 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, NW, from the “Office/Institution”

Land Use Designation to the “Low Density Commercial” Land Use Designation; and for other purposes.

NPU-H Council District 10

02O0885 ( 5) An Ordinance by Community Development/Human

CDP-02-17 Resources Committee to amend the Land Use Element of the City of Atlanta 2002 Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to re-designate property that is located at 1119 Memorial Drive, SE, from the “Industrial” Land Use Designation to the “Low Density Commercial” Land Use Designation; and for other purposes.

NPU-N Council District 5

02O0886 ( 6) An Ordinance by Community Development/Human

CDP-02-18 Resources Committee to amend the Land Use Element of the City of Atlanta 2002 Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to re-designate property that is located at 1030 Grant Circle, SE, from the “Industrial” Land Use Designation to the “Low Density Commercial” Land Use Designation; and for other purposes.

NPU-W Council District 1

RESOLUTION

02R0893 ( 1) A Resolution by Community Development/Human Resources Committee authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract

with the participating organizations of the Atlanta Business Development Initiative (ABDI) for the delivery of training,

technical support and financial assistance for start-up and existing businesses and for expanding female and minority owned businesses in an amount not to exceed $615,716.00; and for other purposes.

I. PAPERS HELD IN COMMITTEE

02O0520 ( 1) An Ordinance by Community Development/Human Resources Committee amending the City of Atlanta Tree Protection Ordinance, Article 2 of Chapter 158 of the Atlanta City Code (1995), so as to exempt affordable housing units and economic development projects from recompense fees; and for other purposes. (Held 4/09/02) (Worksession held 5/8/02)

02R0597 ( 2) A Resolution by Community Development/Human Resources Committee authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract with the Mechanicsville Civic Association (MCA) to assist the City in implementing project activities under the Mechanicsville Urban Redevelopment/Section 108 Project in an amount not to exceed $113,047.00; and for other purposes. (Held 4/09/02)

02O0850 ( 3) An Ordinance by Councilmember Howard Shook to amend

CDP-02-13 the Land Use Element of the City of Atlanta 2002 Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to re-designate property that is located at the rear of 3694

Peachtree Road and a portion of 3700 Peachtree Road, from the “High Density Residential” Land Use Designation to the “Single Family Residential” Land Use Designation; and for other purposes. (Held 5/14/02) (Held for a Public Hearing on 6/10/02)

NPU-B Council District 7

02O0856 ( 4) An Ordinance by Councilmember Anne Fauver to amend the CDP-02-14 Land Use Element of the City of Atlanta 2002 Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to re-designate property that is located north of Maiden Lane between North Highland Avenue to the east and the Southern Railroad Corridor to the west currently zoned RG-2, from the “Low Density Residential 9 to 16 units per acre” Land Use Designation to the “Low Density Residential 0 to 8 units per acre” Land Use Designation; and for other purposes. (Held 5/14/02) (Held for a Public Hearing 6/10/02)

NPU-F Council District 6

02O0851 ( 5) An Ordinance by Councilmembers Cleta Winslow and Mary Norwood adopting the 2003 City of Atlanta Comprehensive Development Plan: and for other purposes. (Held 5/14/02) (Held for a Public Hearing on 6/24/02)

02O0864 ( 6) An Ordinance by Councilmember Derrick Boazman to create the Crescent Hills/Hammond Park Village Housing Enterprise Zone; and for other purposes. (Held 5/14/02)

02R0725 ( 7) A Resolution by Community Development/Human Resources Committee amending the 2002 Home Owner Occupied Rehabilitation Program to give priority to residents of the Kirkwood and Center Hill Neighborhoods; authorizing the Mayor to submit an amendment to the 2002 Annual Action Plan to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; and for other purposes. (Held 5/14/02)

ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA

ADJOURNMENT

AGENDA

FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

AGENDA

FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

MAY 29, 2002

ADOPTION OF AGENDA

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

C. DISCUSSION ITEMS

Legislative Update --- Robert Ashe

ORDINANCES FOR SECOND READING

02O0719 ( 1) An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee amending the 2002 (1994 Referendum General Obligation Bond Fund) Budget in the amount of $119,363.68 for FC-6949-98 Peachtree Creek Drainage and Streambank Improvements Contract #4, Change Order 1; and for other purposes.

02O0720 ( 2) An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee anticipating and appropriating Georgia Department of Transportation Funds in the amount of $452,000.00 for the purpose funding Transportation Corridor Studies for Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Ponce de Leon Avenue, Northside Drive and Moreland Avenue; and for other purposes.

02O0722 ( 3) An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee amending the 2002 (1999 Water and Sewer Bond Fund) Budget in an amount not to exceed $255,920.22 to fund construction of the Peachtree Creek Interceptor Sewer; and for other purposes.

02O0791 ( 4) An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee to amend the General Employees Pension Fund Law Adopted by Ga. L. 1927, et seq. so as to amend Ordinance Number 01-O-0064, the establishment of a Defined Contribution Retirement Plan, so as to provide for the inclusion of all elected and appointed officials; to clarify the rights of General Employees Pension Fund provided for the transfer of the present actuarial value of an employee’s plan benefit under the General Employees Pension Fund into the defined contribution plan; to incorporate, by reference, the provisions of the plan document; and for other purposes.

02O0955 ( 5) An Ordinance by Councilmembers Derrick Boazman to amend Section 2-1105(b) of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta, so as to require that all persons, organizations/entities which operate, oversee or otherwise manage, City-owned facilities or properties, under contract with the City, adhere to the rules, regulations and the operational procedures of the City’s Purchasing Code.

02O0959 ( 6) An Ordinance by Councilmembers Carla Smith and Cleta Winslow, authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract agreement with Sci-Trek Science Museum in an amount not to exceed $749,477 for the purpose of designing and constructing an exhibit, Challenger Learning Center, located inside the existing facility at 395 Piedmont Avenue, NE; Atlanta, Georgia 30308.

02O0962 ( 7) An Ordinance by Councilmembers Debi Starnes and Carla Smith to transfer funds from the District 2 Councilmember Operations Account to the Department of Parks and Recreation, to erect a neighborhood identification sign at the Boulevard /Wabash pocket park and to purchase uniforms (swim suits and t-shirts) for the Atlanta Dolphins at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Natatorium.

02O0963 ( 8) An Ordinance by Councilmember Clair Muller authorizing the Mayor or her designee to implement an environmentally responsible purchasing policy; and for other purposes.

02O0965 ( 9) An Ordinance by Councilmember Clair Muller to amend the Festival Ordinance to provide for additional permit requirements for municipal services for festival organizers.

02O0966 (10) An Ordinance by Councilmember Carla Smith rescinding 00-R-0463, and transferring to and from appropriations in the 2002 General Government Capital Outlay Fund Budget, Department of Fire Services $811,678.00 for the purpose of funding work elements to correct subsurface ground conditions and design/build changes for Fire Station No. 4 located at Fort and Edgewood Streets; and to authorize Change Order No. 2 for Fire Station No. 4 located at Fort and Edgewood Streets; and to authorize Change Order No. 2 for Fire Station No. 4 located at Fort and Edgewood Streets and Fire Station No. 14 located at Lee and Avon Streets in an amount not to exceed $476,052.00. All contracted work shall be charged to and paid from Fund, Account, Center Numbers 1C44 574001 W11C020492AK ($238,026.00) and 1C44 574001 W11C021492AK ($238,026.00)

02O0967 (11) An Ordinance by Councilmember Felicia A. Moore amending the 2002 (1994 Referendum G. O. Bond Fund) Budget for the amount of $112,182.00 to provide the City’s Match for a Federal Emergency Management Agency Grant to mitigate the impact of flooding on some City of Atlanta Homeowners; and for other purposes.

02O0806 (12) An Ordinance by Finance/Executive to amend Ordinance 02O0185, Section 146-26 (b), (c), (d), (e) and (f) of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta, so as to change the Ad Valorem Tax Rate of real and personal property for the General Levy, Debt Levy, City Parks Levy, School Operating Levy, School Debt Levy and the Special Tax District Levy; to provide that the tax rates established herein shall remain fixed each year until amended or repealed; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.

RESOLUTIONS

02R0902 ( 1) A Resolution by Finance/Executive Committee authorizing the Mayor to enter into an appropriate contractual agreement for FC-6819-97, Tenth Ward Sanitary Sewer Improvements, Phase II, Contract 3 with Site Engineering, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $522,177.50. All contracted work shall be charged to and paid from the following Fund, Account and Center Number 2J26 57300l M24I02469999.

02R0904 ( 2) A Resolution by Finance/Executive Committee authorizing the Mayor to enter into an appropriate agreement with MCI/WorldCom for the purchase of and installation of necessary equipment and services to expand the existing PBX System at the City Hall Complex on behalf of the Department of Administrative Services, Telecommunications Division in an amount not to exceed $784,723.00. All contracted work shall be charged to and paid from Fund, Account, Center Numbers:

02R0954 ( 3) A Resolution by Councilmember Natalyn Mosby Archibong authorizing the Mayor or his designee to enter into discussions with the Atlanta Board of Education for the purpose of swapping or acquiring the property known as the Grant School in Cabbage Town; and for other purposes.

F. PAPERS HELD IN COMMITTEE

02O0037 ( 1) An Ordinance by Councilmember Felicia A. Moore to amend the Pension Laws applicable to Police Officers of the City of Atlanta so as to increase the monthly pension benefit of Officers where a determination has been made by the Board of Trustees of the Police Officer’s Pension Fund that an Officer has become disabled as a result of a catastrophic injury received in the line of duty; to provide that said ordinance shall be retroactive; and for other purposes. (Held 1/16/02) (Held for Work Session)

02R0363 ( 2) A Resolution by Councilmembers Felicia A. Moore, Mary Norwood, Derrick Boazman, C. T. Martin, Carla Smith, Jim Maddox, Natalyn Archibong, Ivory L. Young, Jr., Anne Fauver, Cleta Winslow, Howard Shook and H. Lamar Willis urging the Fulton County Commission and the Fulton County Tax Commissioner to terminate the practice of selling tax liens against owner-occupied residential properties to third parties; and for other purposes. (Held 2/27/02) (Held for Work Session)

02O0373 ( 3) An Ordinance by Councilmember C. T. Martin as amended by Finance/Executive Committee to establish an Atlanta in Fulton County, and an Atlanta in Dekalb Taxation Commission to undertake a comprehensive review of the appraisal and assessment process. (Amended and Held 2/27/02) (Held for Work Session)

02O0375 ( 4) An Ordinance and Charter Amendment by Councilmember Clair Muller adopted under and by Virtue of the Authority of the Municipal Home Rule Act of 1965 (Ga. Laws 1965, P. 298, et seq.) as amended, to amend Section 6-302 (entitled Adoption of Budget) of the Charter of the City of Atlanta, Georgia (Ga. Laws 1996, P. 4469, et seq.), approved April 15, 1996, as amended so as to change the dates by which the Mayor shall prepare and submit the Proposed Annual Budget Ordinance to the governing body as provided in Subsection (A) thereof, and to change the date by which the governing body shall adopt the annual budget of the ensuing Fiscal Year as provided in Subsection (D) thereof; to repeal conflicting ordinances and Charter Provisions; and for other purposes. (Held 2/27/02) 2nd Reading, 1ST Adoption

02O0385 ( 5) An Ordinance by Councilmember Howard Shook to create a Task Force to identify city services that may be more efficiently provided through privatization and consolidation, and committing to a mechanism and timetable for enactment; and for other purposes. (Held 2/27/02)

02O0459 ( 6) An Ordinance by Councilmembers C. T. Martin, H. Lamar Willis, Mary Norwood, Ceasar C. Mitchell and Ivory Lee Young, Jr., as amended by Finance/Executive Committee to amend the Pension Acts applicable to the City of Atlanta so as to provide for a Temporary Early Retirement Program based upon a combination of age and years of service for employees in the General Employees Pension Fund; and for other purposes. (Held 3/13/02) (Referred to Pension Board)

02R0470 ( 7) A Resolution by Councilmembers Felicia A. Moore and Howard Shook stating the intent of the Council to establish an independent “Financial Review Task Force” for the purpose of auditing the City’s General and Sanitary Services Fund Budgets for the last 5 years, specifically, and the trend of the past 10-20 years, in general; seeking “Pro Bono” Assistance from the Business Community and individuals to become members of said Task Force; providing for the

appointment of said Task Force Members by the Audit Committee and confirmation by the Council and Mayor; requiring the development of a work plan to be accepted by the Council and Mayor; requesting a final report of the Task Force’s findings; and for other purposes. (Held 3/13/02)

02O0565 ( 8) An Ordinance and Charter Amendment by Councilmembers H. Lamar Willis, Mary Norwood and Ceasar C. Mitchell adopted under and by virtue of the authority of the Municipal Home Rule Act of 1965 Official Code of Georgia Section 36-35-1, et seq., as amended, so as to amend the Charter of the City of Atlanta, Georgia 1996 Ga. Laws p. 4469, et seq., by amending Section 3-505 to exempt retired sworn public safety personnel from the one-year limitation of temporary employment; to repeal conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes. (2nd Reading, 1st Adoption) (Held 3/27/02)

02O0679 ( 9) An Ordinance by Councilmember Clair Muller to amend Ordinance No. 94-O-0445 so as to provide that any contract between the City of Atlanta and the City of Atlanta Solid Waste Management Authority be for any purpose for which the authority is authorized to undertake pursuant to O.C.G.A. §12-8-56, to repeal conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes. (No Recommendation by City Utilities 4/9/02) (Referred to Finance/Executive Committee 5/6/02) (Held 5/15/02)

02O0683 (10) An Ordinance by Councilmember Clair Muller amending Article 1, Section 2 of the Code of Ordinances to add a new provision requiring the registration and identification of Lobbyists on City property; to repeal conflicting ordinances to the extent of the conflict with this ordinance; and for other purposes. (Held 4/10/02)

02R0810 (11) A Resolution by Finance/Executive Committee authorizing the Mayor to issue a Notice to Proceed with TDC Systems Integration, for FC-7341-01, Annual Contract for Structured Wiring Cabling and Network Connectivity for the installation and Configure of Network Appliance Filer on behalf of the Department of Aviation based on hourly billing rates and equipment component pricing in an amount not to exceed $115,070.00. All contracted work shall be charged to and paid from Fund, Account, Center Number: 2H01 521106 R12006. (Held 5/15/02)

G. ITEMS NOT ON AGENDA

H. ADJOURNMENT


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