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COMMITTEE AGENDAS
November 9, 2010

 

Finance/Executive | Community Development/Human Resources
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CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE AGENDA  

AGENDA

NOVEMBER 9, 2010

A.      ADOPTION OF AGENDA

B.      APPROVAL OF MINUTES

CONSENT

C.      ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING

10O1914( 1) An Ordinance by City Utilities Committee to amend Chapter 154, Article III Section 73, et seq. (The City of Atlanta Water Use Restrictions Ordinance, 07-O-0956) to harmonize the Ordinance with State Law; to establish comprehensive Water Use Restrictions; to authorize the Commissioner of the Department of Watershed Management to set Outdoor Water Use Restrictions during emergency conditions; to establish provisions for adequate enforcement of Outdoor Water Use Restrictions; to amend Chapter 154, Article II, Water and Sewer Appeals Board; and for other purposes.

10O1915( 2) An Ordinance by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Chief Financial Officer to amend the FY 2011 (Water and Wastewater Renewal and Extension Fund) (5052) Budget in the amount not of $1,000,000.00 to transfer funds from the Water and Wastewater Renewal and Extension Fund Reserve for appropriations and add to Appropriations for Public Health Security-Wastewater Project; and for other purposes.

10O1972( 3) An Ordinance by City Utilities Committee to amend Part III Code of Ordinances (“Land Development Code”), Appendix C (“Plumbing Code Amendments”), Chapter 1 (“Administration”) to require new conveyor car washes to recycle water; to comply with the requirements of the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District’s 2009 Water Supply and Water Conservation Management Plan; to Conserve Water Resources; and for other purposes.

10O1973( 4) An Ordinance by City Utilities Committee authorizing the FY 2011 (2009A Water and Wastewater Bond Fund - 5066) Budget in the amount of $19,500,000.00 to transfer funds from the Capital Projects Reserve (5066) for Appropriations and to add to appropriations funds for the South River Tunnel & Pump Station Project; and for other purposes.

10O1974( 5) An Ordinance by City Utilities Committee to amend the FY 2011 (Water and Wastewater Renewal and Extension Fund) Budget by adding to anticipations and appropriations proceeds in the amount of $1,588,848.00 for the Indian Creek Drainage Basin Project; and for other purposes.

REGULAR

D.      ORDINANCES FOR SECOND READING

10O1820( 1) An Ordinance by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Chief Financial Officer to amend the FY 2011 (2009A Water and Wastewater Bond Fund-5066) Budget in the amount of $1,250,000.00 to transfer funds from the Capital Projects Reserve (5066) for Appropriations and to add to appropriation funds for the Utilities-GDOT & Municipal Project; and for other purposes.

10O1821( 2) An Ordinance by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Chief Financial Officer to amend the FY 2011 (2009A Water and Wastewater Bond Fund-5066) Budget in the amount of $17,134,968.00 to transfer funds from the Capital Project Reserve (5066) for Appropriations and to add to appropriation funds for the Supplement Program Management Service Project; and for other purposes.

10O1822( 3) An Ordinance by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Mayor to accept with the Georgia Environment Facilities Authority (“GEFA”) State Revolve Fund (“SRF”) Loan Program a Subsidized/Reimbursable Loan for $50,000.000.00; and authorize the Chief Financial Officer to amend the FY 2011 (Water and Wastewater Renewal and Extension Fund)(5052) Budget in the amount of $62,582,241.00 to transfer funds from the Water and Wastewater Renewal and Extension Fund Reserve for Appropriations and to add to appropriations for Various Capital Projects; and for other purposes.

10O1979( 4) An Ordinance by Councilmembers C. T. Martin, Michael J. Bond, Ivory L. Young, Jr., Kwanza Hall, Natalyn M. Archibong, Cleta Winslow, Carla Smith, Keisha Lance Bottoms and Joyce Sheperd to rename Cone Street, NW to Xernona Clayton Way, NW to waive Section 138-8(b)(5)c and 138-8(h) of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta, Georgia; to waive conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes. (To be advertised for a Public Hearing)

10O1981( 5) An Ordinance by Councilmembers Kwanza Hall, Michael J. Bond, H. Lamar Willis, Aaron Watson, Ivory L. Young, Jr. and Yolanda Adrean authorizing the Mayor or his designee to rename Harris Street, NW located in Downtown Atlanta between Piedmont Avenue, NW and Park Drive, NW in its entirety to John C. Portman Way, NW; and for other purposes.  (To be advertised for a Public Hearing)

E.      RESOLUTIONS

10R1916( 1) A Resolution by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Mayor to enter into Renewal Agreement No. 1 for FC-6004007858, Water Quality and Water Quantity Long Term Monitoring Network with United States Geological Survey, United States Department of Interior in an amount not to exceed $496,631.00 on behalf of the Department of Watershed Management; all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from Fund, Department Organization and Account Numbers listed; and for other purposes.

10R1917( 2) A Resolution by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Mayor to enter into Amendment Agreement No. 2 for FC-6007000029, Annual Contract for Major Mechanical Services for the Bureau of Wastewater Treatment and Collections, with Alberici Constructors, Inc./Willis Professional Services, for repairs to the R. M. Clayton Plant in an amount not to exceed $782,589.00; all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from Fund, Department Organization and Account Numbers listed; and for other purposes.

10R1918( 3) A Resolution by City Utilities Committee authorizing the Mayor to issue a Task Order to Arcadis/Bindley, Pieters & Associates, Joint Venture, for FC-4906A, City-Wide Annual Contract for Architectural and Engineering Services – Hemphill Water Treatment Plant Electrical & Control System Projects Integration, on behalf of the Department of Watershed Management, in an amount not to exceed $99,693.00; all contracted work will be charged to and paid from Fund, Department Organization and Account Numbers listed; and for other purposes.

F.       PAPERS HELD IN COMMITTEE

10O0939( 1) A Substitute Ordinance by City Utilities Committee to amend Chapter 154, Article V. Division IV. Section 297 of the Atlanta City Code of Ordinances Entitled "City of Atlanta Grease Management Ordinance" (§154-297 et seq.) to adjust Wastewater Discharge Permit Fees; and for other purposes. (Substituted and held 8/31/10) (Public Hearing held 9/21/10)

10O0940( 2) A Substitute Ordinance by City Utilities Committee to amend Article V of Chapter 154 of the Atlanta City Code Entitled "Sewage Disposal" (§154-196 et seq.); to create a fee for the issuance of an Industrial Wastewater Discharge Permit; to create a fee for Annual Inspections; and for other purposes. (Held 6/15/10) (Substituted and held 9/14/10) (Public Hearing held 9/21/10)

10O1058( 3) An Amended Ordinance by City Utilities Committee to amend Chapter 154 (Utilities), Article III (Water), Division I (Generally) of the City of Atlanta, Code of Ordinances. for the Department of Watershed Management Bureau of Drinking Water to adjust Meter Hydrant Service and Installation Fees; and for other purposes. (Amended and held 7/13/10)  (Public Hearing held 9/21/10)

10O1059( 4) A Substitute Ordinance to amend Section 173 (Charges for Sewers laid by Developer for Use of Development), Division 2 (Assessments), Chapter 154 (Utilities), Article IV (Sewer Construction and Assessments), of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances to increase certain fees and impose new fees for Pipe and Structural Inspection, Erosion Control and Construction Inspection, Site Plan Review, and other services; to create a new Section 318 (Application Fees), Article VII (Riparian Buffer Requirements) Chapter 74 (Environment), to impose a new fee for plan review related to Riparian Buffer authorized Encroachment Applications; to create a new Section 521 (Fees), Article X (Post Development Stormwater Management) Chapter 74 (Environment) to impose a new fee for Plan Review related to Post Development Stormwater Management; to create a new Section 208 (Fees), Article VI (Flood Area Regulations) Chapter 74 (Environment) to impose a new fee for plan review related to Flood Plain Management; to create a new Section 406 (Fees), Article VIII (Wetland Protection Regulations) Chapter 74 (Environment) to impose a new fee for plan review related to Wetlands Protection; and for other purposes. (Held 6/29/10 for a Public Hearing) (Substituted and held 9/14/10) (Public Hearing held 9/21/10)

10O1688( 5) An Ordinance by Councilmembers Ivory L. Young, Jr. and Michael J. Bond, authorizing the Mayor or his designee to abandon the portion of James P. Brawley Drive, SW located between Beckwith and Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, SW on the east and located between Mitchell Street, SW and Beckwith Street, SW on the west and being more specifically described in Exhibit “A” and more completely described in Exhibit “B” lying and being in Land Lot 109 of the 14th District, Fulton County, Georgia; to abandon the portion of Mitchell Street, SW between James P. Brawley Drive, SW and

Paschal Boulevard, SW as marked on Exhibit “A” and more completely described in Exhibit “C”; to abandon Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (“SNCC”) Way, SW between 399.76’ south of Mitchell Street, SW and Beckwith Street, SW on the west side and between Mitchell Street, SW and Beckwith Street, SW on the west side as marked on Exhibit “A” and more completely described in Exhibit “D”; and for other purposes. (To be advertised for a Public Hearing) (Held 9/14/10 for further discussions and a Public Hearing)

G.         REQUESTED ITEM

1.         Councilmember Shook made a request to the Law Department to respond to how the City can pursue individuals and businesses that have had water debts with the City and are allowed to open new accounts.  What can the City do about it?

2.         Councilmember Young made a request to the Law Department to seek permission from the state to include the City of Atlanta water liens as part of the closing process of all property being sold in the City of Atlanta.

H.      ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA

I.       COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

J.       ADJOURNMENT

  


ZONING COMMITTEE AGENDA

AGENDA

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2010

A.        ADOPTION OF AGENDA

B.        APPROVAL OF MINUTES

C.        ORDINANCE FOR FIRST READING

10O1988( 1)            An Ordinance by Councilmembers Kwanza Hall and Ivory L. Young, Jr.,`` authorizing the installation of Public Art (Tech Parkway Mural) at 645 State Street, NW (Wells Fargo Bank Branch) as pursuant to Code Section 16-28.025 of the 1982 Zoning Ordinance of the City of Atlanta; and for other purposes.

D.         PAPERS HELD IN COMMITTEE

10O0013( 1)            An Ordinance by Councilmember Aaron Watson as

Z-07-113                     substituted and amended by Zoning Committee to rezone from the I-1-C (Light Industrial-Conditional) District to the MRC-3 (Mixed Residential Commercial) District, property located at 430 and 460 Englewood Avenue, SE, fronting approximately 678 feet on the north side of Englewood Avenue beginning approximately 132 feet from the northeast corner of Mailing Avenue.  (Substituted as amended and held 1/13/10 at the request of the District Councilmember)

Depth:  Approximately 1,010 Feet

Area:                Approximately 10.32 Acres

Land Lot:         42, 14th District, Fulton County, Georgia

Owner: JWGST LLC/Joseph Wiles

Applicant:         Jason Fritz

NPU-Y                                                Council District 1

10O0018( 2)            An Ordinance by Councilmember Aaron Watson as

Z-08-73                       substituted and amended by Zoning Committee to rezone from the R-4 (Single Family Residential) and NC-2 (Neighborhood Commercial) Districts to the NC-2

(Neighborhood Commercial) District, properties located at 1146 Portland Street, SE, 1152 Portland Street, SE, 1131 Glenwood Avenue, SE, 1137 Glenwood Avenue, SE 525/527 Moreland Avenue, SE, 529 Moreland Avenue, SE, 535 Moreland Avenue, SE and 537 Moreland Avenue, SE, fronting approximately 250 feet

on the north side of Portland Avenue, approximately 300 feet on the west side of Moreland Avenue and approximately 250 feet on the south side of Glenwood Avenue. (Substituted and held 1/13/10 at the request of the District Councilmember)

10O0035( 3)            An Ordinance by Councilmember Aaron Watson granting

U-09-22                       a Special Use Permit for a Day Care Center pursuant to Section 16-08.005 (l) (b) for property located at 3751 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, SW, fronting approximately 165 feet on the southeasterly side of Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive at the northeastern intersection of Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive and Bolton Road.  (Held 1/27/10 at the request of the District Councilmember)

Depth: Varies

Depth:  Varies

Area:                Approximately 5.8 Acres

Land Lot:         15, 14th District, Fulton County, Georgia

Owner: Charitable Connections, Inc.

Applicant:         Charitable Connections, Inc./Michelle R. Uchiyema

NPU-H                                                Council District 10

10O0031( 4)            An Ordinance by Councilmember Aaron Watson

U-09-17                       as amended by Zoning Committee granting a Special Use Permit for a Personal Care Home pursuant to Section 16-08.005 (1)(f) for property located at 762 Bender Street, SW, fronting approximately 60 feet on the east side of Bender Street, at the southeast corner of Bender Street and Stephens Street. (Amended and held 2/24/10 at the request of the Councilmember of the District)

Depth:  Varies

Area:                Approximately 0.147 Acre

Land Lot:         86, 14th District, Fulton County, Georgia

Owner: Deborah L. Turner

Applicant:         Deborah L. Turner

NPU-V                                                Council District 4

10O1473( 5)            An Amended Ordinance by Zoning Committee granting a

U-10-24                       Special Use Permit under the provisions of Section 16-06.005(l)(g) for a Personal Care Home, property located at 2695 Dodson Terrace, SW, fronting 75 feet on the north side of Dodson Terrace and approximately 480 feet west of the intersection of Dodson Terrace and Dodson Drive.  (Held 9/29/10) (Held at the request of the District Councilmember)

Depth:  Varies

Area:                Approximately 0.2894 Acre

Land Lot:         199, 14th District, Fulton County, Georgia

Owner: Nnenna M. Ekeke

Applicant:         Nnenna M. Ekeke

NPU-R                                                Council District 11

10O1418( 6)            An Ordinance by Councilmembers Michael Julian Bond, Aaron Watson, Joyce M. Sheperd, Cleta Winslow, Ivory Lee Young, Jr. and H. L. Willis as substituted by Zoning Committee to amend the 1982 Atlanta Zoning Ordinance, as amended, by amending the use chart for SPI-11 Vine City and Ashby Station Special Public Interest District Regulations so as to provide that rooming houses are not permitted principal uses within Sub-Areas 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12; so as to provide that additionally shelters are not permitted principal uses with in Sub-Area 3; and for other purposes. (Held 10/2710 to allow NPU to take action)

E.         ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA

F.         ADJOURNMENT

G.        LINK TO ZRB PENDING LEGISLATION

http://citycouncil.atlantaga.gov/2010/pendingzrb.htm

 

 


TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE AGENDA

 

AGENDA

NOVEMBER 10, 2010

A.        ADOPTION OF AGENDA

B.        APPROVAL OF MINUTES

REGULAR REPORT

C.        ORDINANCES FOR SECOND READING

10O1984( 1)            An Ordinance by Councilmember Cleta Winslow to make the Intersection of Beecher Street, S.W. and Pinehurst Terrace, S.W. an All-Way Stop; and for other purposes.

D.        RESOLUTIONS

10R1959( 1)            A Resolution by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor to execute an Airport Use License Agreement with Asiana Airlines, Inc., for Operations at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport; and for other purposes.

10R1960( 2)            A Resolution by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor to execute an Airport Use License Agreement with Compagnie Nationale Air France, for Operations at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport; and for other purposes.

10R1961( 3)            A Resolution by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor to enter into and execute a Memorandum of Understanding with the City of College Park for the use of the Georgia International Convention Center as a temporarily emergency shelter for the passengers, employees, and visitors of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in the event of the need for emergency evacuation of the Airport; and for other purposes.

10R1962( 4)            A Resolution by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor to award and execute an Agreement with HSS, Inc., for FC-5051, Gate Guard Services at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, on behalf of the Department of Aviation, in an amount not to exceed $3,018,386.00; all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from the FDOA Numbers listed; and for other purposes.

10R1963( 5)            A Resolution by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor to execute a Reimbursable Agreement with Atlanta Airlines Terminal Corporation to conduct a Comprehensive Facility Audit of the Central Passenger Terminal Complex at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, for a cost to the City not to exceed $300,000.00, to be charged to and paid from the PTAEO and FDOA Numbers listed; and for other purposes.

10R1964( 6)            A Resolution by Transportation Committee authorizing the Mayor or Chief Procurement Officer to execute a Reimbursable Agreement with the Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) to reimburse the FAA of the costs incurred by it to relocate the Midfield Runway Visual Range and FAA Power and Control Cables required by the extension of Taxiway SC and Construction of a new Taxiway across Taxiway 9/27 at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, in an amount not to exceed $88,299.53; all contracted work will be paid from the PTAEO and FDOA Numbers listed; ;and for other purposes.

E.         PAPERS HELD IN COMMITTEE

10O0467( 1)            An Ordinance by Transportation Committee to amend Chapter 138 (Entitled “Street, Sidewalks and Other Public Places”), Article IV, Division 2, Sections 138-84 and 138-85 so as to amend the procedures to be followed for the installation of Traffic Calming Devices in the public right-of-way; and for other purposes.  (Held 3/31/10 for the sub-committee to meet and report back to the Committee.)

10O1163( 2)            An Ordinance by Councilmember Kwanza Hall to amend Chapter 150, Article IV, Division 3, Sections 150-132 and 150-133 so as to provide for Maximum Hours of Enforcement of Parking Meters; to provide for notice prior to the Installation and Operation of New Parking Meters; to clarify Overtime Parking Meter Enforcement; to require identification of additional locations for placement of meters; to repeal conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes.  (Held 6/16/10) (Work Session for Parking Enforcement on 6/18/10.)

10O1399( 3)            An Ordinance by Transportation Committee amending Chapter 22, Article III, Division 7, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta; to create Code Section 22-206 titled “Off-Airport Parking Operators” on behalf of the Department of Aviation Ground Transportation Division, for the purpose of restructuring the fees the City assesses Off-Airport Parking Operators; and for other purposes.  (Work session held 8/18/10) (Held 9/1/10 at the request of the Department)

10O1400( 4)            An Ordinance by Transportation Committee amending Chapter 22, Article III, Division 7, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta, on behalf of the Department of Aviation Ground Transportation Division, for the purpose of restructuring and increasing the fees the City assesses the Airport’s Commercial Ground Transportation Operators; and for other purposes.  (Work session held 8/18/10) (Held 9/1/10 at the request of the Department)

10R1456( 5)            A Resolution by Councilmembers Michael J. Bond, Ivory L. Young, Jr., Kwanza Hall, H. Lamar Willis, Aaron Watson, Cleta Winslow, Yolanda Adrean, Carla Smith, Natalyn Archibong, Keisha Lance Bottoms and Joyce Sheperd to create a Multi-Modal Transportation Commission to study and make recommendations for addressing the City of Atlanta’s Transportation and Infrastructure needs; and for other purposes.  (Held 9/1/10 at the request of the author.)

10O1732( 6)            An Ordinance by Councilmembers Michael J. Bond, Keisha Lance Bottoms, C. T. Martin, H. Lamar Willis, Cleta Winslow, Aaron Watson, Ivory L. Young, Jr.,. Yolanda Adrean and Joyce Sheperd authorizing the Mayor or his designee to install a traffic signal at the intersection of County Line Road, SW and Tell and Butner Roads; and for other purposes.  (Held 9/29/10 for further review.)

F.         ITEM(S) NOT ON THE AGENDA

G.        PUBLIC SPEAKING

H.        ADJOURNMENT

 


COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE AGENDA

AGENDA

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2010

ADOPTION OF AGENDA

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

C.        PRESENTATIONS

1.         BeltLine Update – Affordable Housing Component

2.         2011 Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)

CONSENT AGENDA

D.         ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING

10O1921( 1)            An Ordinance by Community Development/Human Resources Committee to amend the 2008 City of Atlanta Comprehensive Development Plan by adopting the “Atlanta BeltLine Master Plan Sub-Area 1: Abernathy/Cascade”; and for other purposes.

10O1919( 2)            An Ordinance by Community Development/Human Resources Committee to amend the 2008 City of Atlanta Comprehensive Development Plan by adopting the “Atlanta BeltLine Master Plan Sub-Area 4: Memorial Drive/Glenwood Ave”; and for other purposes.

10O1920( 3)            An Ordinance by Community Development/Human Resources Committee to amend the 2008 City of Atlanta Comprehensive Development Plan by adopting the “Atlanta BeltLine Master Plan Sub-Area 10: Boone/Hollowell”; and for other purposes.

10O1990( 4)            An Ordinance by Community Development/Human

CDP-10-11                   Resources Committee to amend the Land Use Element of the City of Atlanta’s 2008 Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to re-designate properties located in the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 1 Abernathy – Cascade from Various Land Use Designations to Various Land Use Designations; and for other purposes.

                                    NPUs S and T                                      Council District 4

10O1991( 5)            An Ordinance by Community Development/Human

CDP-10-12                   Resources Committee to amend the Land Use Element of the City of Atlanta’s 2008 Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to re-designate properties located in the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 4 Memorial-Glenwood from Various Land Use Designations to Various Land Use Designations; and for other purposes.

                                    NPUs N and W                                   Council District 1, 2 and 5

10O1992( 6)            An Ordinance by Community Development/Human

CDP-10-13                   Resources Committee to amend the Land Use Element of the City of Atlanta’s 2008 Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to re-designate properties located in the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 10 Boone-Hollowell from Various Land Use Designations to Various Land Use Designations; and for other purposes.

                                    NPUs K                                                Council District 3

REGULAR AGENDA

E.         COMMUNICATIONS

10C1903( 1)             A Communication from Paul Melvin, Chair, NPU-C, to Municipal Clerk Rhonda Dauphin Johnson, submitting their re-appointment of Michael T. Hosmer to serve as a member of the Perry Bolton Tax Allocation District (TAD)-Neighborhood Advisory Committee.  This re-appointment is for a term of (1) one year, retroactive to June 02, 2010.

10C1904( 2)             A Communication from Pearl Johnson, Chair, NPU-J, to Municipal Clerk Rhonda Dauphin Johnson, submitting their appointment of Mr. Yahya Hassan to serve as a member of the Perry Bolton Tax Allocation District (TAD)-Neighborhood Advisory Committee, scheduled to begin on the date of Council confirmation.

10C1906( 3)             A Communication by Councilmembers Natalyn M. Archibong, District 5 and Alex Wan, District 6 appointing Ms. Catherine M. Woolard to serve as a member of the Atlanta BeltLine Incorporated Board of Directors, scheduled to begin on the date of Council confirmation.

COMMUNICATION – RESOLUTION

10R1978( 1)             A Resolution by Councilmembers Natalyn M. Archibong and Alex Wan appointing Ms. Catherine M. Woolard as the Full Council appointee to the Board of Directors of Atlanta BeltLine Incorporated for a term of four (4) years to begin on the date of the approval of this Resolution; and for other purposes.

HUMAN RESOURCES SECTION

F.         ORDINANCES FOR SECOND READING

10O1986( 1)            An Ordinance by Councilmembers H. Lamar Willis, Ivory L. Young, Jr., Aaron Watson, Carla Smith, Kwanza Hall, C. T. Martin, Natalyn M. Archibong and Michael J. Bond to amend Section 110-38, entitled “Functions and Duties of Bureau of Cultural Affairs” of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta, Georgia so as to add a new Subsection (7) which shall authorize the Bureau of Cultural Affairs to administer a Public Art Murals Program; to waive conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes.

10O1987( 2)            An Ordinance by Councilmembers H. Lamar Willis, Ivory L. Young, Jr., Aaron Watson, Carla Smith, Kwanza Hall, C. T. Martin, Natalyn M. Archibong and Michael J. Bond to amend Chapter 46, entitled “Civic and Cultural Affairs” of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta, Georgia by creating a new Article IV to be entitled “Public Art Murals”; to provide for the structure and framework which shall govern the administration of the Public Art Murals Program; to waive conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes.

G.         PAPER HELD IN COMMITTEE

10R0751( 1)            A Resolution by Community Development/Human Resources Committee authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the City, to renew and amend the Memorandum of Understanding with the North Atlanta Swim Association, Inc., for the purpose of operating the Chastain Park Swimming Pool; and for other purposes.  (Held 4/27/10 for further review)

10O0928( 2)            An Ordinance by Councilmembers Joyce M. Sheperd, Michael Bond, Natalyn Archibong, Aaron Watson, H. Lamar Willis, Alex Wan, Cleta Winslow, C. T. Martin and Carla Smith to amend the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta, Georgia, Chapter 2, Article IV, Section 2-195 to expand the functions and duties of the Atlanta Workforce Development Agency; to insert a new Article XI entitled the Atlanta Community Benefits Jobs Policy, which New Article XI shall include Division 1 – General Provisions, Division 2 – First Source Jobs Policy, Division 3 – Atlanta Jobs Training and Employment Placement Policy, and Division 4 – Atlanta First Source and Jobs Training Oversight Committee; to repeal conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes. (Held 06/01/10 at the request of the author of the paper) (Work session held 7/15/10)

10O1205( 3)            An Ordinance by Community Development/Human Resources Committee to exercise a renewal option for the Chastain Park Amphitheater Contract, and to make certain amendments to said contract; and for other purposes. (Held 7/13/10)

10O1769( 4)            An Ordinance by Community Development/Human Resources Committee amending the 2011 (Intergovernmental Grant Fund) Budget by adding to anticipations and appropriations in the amount of $50,500.00 from the National Recreation & Park Association for the purpose of funding the After School Play Program ($50,000.00) and the After School Archery Program ($500.00) for the Office of Recreation in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs; to authorize the Mayor or his designee to accept said grants; and for other purposes.  (Held 10/26/10 at the request of the Department)

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SECTION

H.         ORDINANCES FOR SECOND READING

10O0930( 1)            An Ordinance by Community Development/Human Resources Committee to adopt the City of Atlanta 2011-2015 Capital Improvements Program (CIP) and Short Term Work Program (STWP); to amend the City of Atlanta 2008-2023 Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to incorporate these programs into the CDP; and for other purposes. (Public Hearings held 6/14/10 and 9/13/10) (Favorable on Condition by CD/HR Committee on 10/26/10) (Referred back by Council 11/1/10)

10O1829( 2)            An Ordinance by Community Development/Human Resources Committee to correct Ordinance 10-O-0630, adopted by the City Council on June 7, 2010 and approved pursuant to Section 2-403 of the Charter of the City of Atlanta on June 16, 2010 to correct erroneous Oracle Project Numbers; and for other purposes.

10O1890( 3)            An Ordinance by Community Development/Human

CDP-10-08                 Resources Committee to amend the Land Use Element of the 2008 Atlanta Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to re-designate property that is located at 2100 Forrest Park Road from the Low Density Residential Land Use Designation to the Industrial Land Use Designation (Z-10-27); and for other purposes.

NPU-Z                                                            Council District 1

10O1891( 4)            An Ordinance by Community Development/Human

CDP-10-10                 Resources Committee to amend the Land Use Element of the 2008 Atlanta Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to re-designate property that is located at 1011 and 1017 Fayetteville Road from the Medium Density Residential Land Use Designation to the Low Density Commercial Land Use Designation (Z-10-24); and for other purposes.

NPU-W                                                          Council District 5

I.          RESOLUTIONS

10R1922( 1)             A Resolution by Community Development/Human Resources Committee amending Resolution 10-R-1228 for the purpose of amending the Geographic Boundaries of Atlanta Urban Redevelopment Area No. 1; reaffirming all other provisions contained in Resolution 10-R-1228; and for other purposes.

10R1924( 2)             A Resolution by Community Development/Human Resources Committee to amend the City of Atlanta Urban Redevelopment Plan for Atlanta Urban Redevelopment Area No. 1 as amended; and for other purposes.

10R1926( 3)             A Resolution by Community Development/Human Resources Committee authorizing the Mayor, through the Department of Planning and Community Development, to apply to the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) for designation of certain areas within the City as “Opportunity Zones” pursuant to the State of Georgia’s Opportunity Zone Tax Credit Program.

10R1923( 4)             A Resolution by Community Development/Human Resources Committee designating the Commissioner of the Department of Planning and Community Development as the certifying local official for purposes of signing and submitting quarterly reports for the CDBG-R Grant Number 09DR1-X-060-2-5189 to the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) which are required by DCA of all recipients of funds under the Community Development Block Grant Supplemental Disaster Recovery Funds awarded to the City; and for other purposes.

10R1925( 5)             A Resolution by Community Development/Human Resources Committee establishing a six member Development Impact Fee Advisory Committee to advise the City with regard to the adoption of amendments to Chapter 1 of Part 19 of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances, the City of Atlanta Development Impact Fee Ordinance; to appoint the six members to the Committee; and for other purposes.

J.          PAPERS HELD IN COMMITTEE

10O0398( 1)            An Ordinance by Councilmembers Ivory Lee Young, Jr., Joyce Sheperd and Michael Bond to amend Article II, Section 29 of the Atlanta Housing Code of 1987, Appendix “E” of the City of Atlanta Land Development Code, entitled “Minimum Specifications to Abate Interior Requirements in Vacant Dwelling Units”, so as to require minimum boarding specifications for structures boarded for six (6) months or less; so as to require minimum boarding specifications for structure boarded for greater than six months; so as to allow boarding for greater than six (6) months upon written approval from the Director of the Bureau of Code Compliance and upon implementation of minimum boarding specifications set forth herein; and for other purposes. (Held 2/23/10 at the request of the department)

10O0934( 2)            An Ordinance by Community Development/Human Resources Committee to adopt the D. L. Hollowell Parkway/Veterans Memorial Highway Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) Study; to amend the City of Atlanta 2008-2023 Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to incorporate the Study into the CDP; and for other purposes. (CDP Public Hearing held 6/14/10) (Held 6/15/2010)

NPUs-G.H, I &J                                            Council District 9

10O0898( 3)            An Ordinance by Community Development/Human

CDP-10-05                 Resources Committee to amend the Land Use Element of the 2008 Atlanta Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to re-designate properties located in the D. L. Hollowell/Veterans Memorial Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) Study Area from Various Land Use Designations to Various Land Use Designations; and for other purposes.   (Held 06/01/10) (CDP Public Hearing held 6/14/10)

NPUs G, H, I & J                                          Council District 9

10R1067( 4)            A Resolution by Community Development/Human Resources Committee to confirm the appointment of Bill Rasul to the Metropolitan Parkway Tax Allocation District Advisory Committee; and for other purposes. (Held 6/15/10 to allow appointee opportunity to come before the committee)

10C1350( 5)            A Communication by City Auditor Leslie Ward submitting the Performance Audit: Office of Code Compliance Report. (Held 7/27/10 for a work session) (Work session held on 8/24/10)

10O1457( 6)            An Ordinance by Councilmembers Joyce M. Sheperd, Felicia A. Moore, C. T. Martin, Michael Julian Bond, Cleta Winslow, Carla Smith, Yolanda Adrean, Keisha Lance Bottoms, Kwanza Hall, Aaron Watson, Ivory Lee Young, Jr. and H. Lamar Willis to amend the Atlanta Housing Code of 1987, Appendix E to the Land Development Code, so as to establish rules and regulations for registration of vacant buildings; to provide for penalties; to repeal conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes. (Held 8/31/10 for additional information)

10O1458( 7)            An Ordinance by Councilmember Joyce M. Sheperd authorizing the Mayor or his designee to modify the boundaries of the Capitol View and Oakland City Neighborhoods and to amend the City’s Official Neighborhood and NPU Maps accordingly; and for other purposes. (Held 8/31/10 to allow legislation to go to NPUs)

10R1657( 8)             A Resolution by Community Development/Human Resources Committee authorizing the Mayor on behalf of the Department of Planning and Community Development, Department of Housing, to enter into a Housing Assistance Payments Contract with Teresa C. Mitchell, in an amount not to exceed $382,044.00, in order to pay rental subsidies and utility allowances on behalf of fifty-three (53) low income families at Arcadia Downs Apartment, pursuant to the Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation Program sponsored by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; and for other purposes. (Held 9/13/10 for companion 1st Read paper)

10O1656( 9)            An Ordinance by Community Development/Human Resources Committee amending the 2010 (Intergovernmental Grant Fund) Budget by adding to anticipations and appropriations in the amount of $429,013.00 to increase the budget amount authorized by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the City of Atlanta Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation Program for Arcadia Downs Apartment; and for other purposes. (Held 9/28/10) (Held at the request of the department)

10O1808(10)           An Ordinance by Councilmember Kwanza Hall to amend

CDP-10-09                 the Future Land Use Map of the 2008 City of Atlanta Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to re-designate property located at 465, 467, 469, 471, 479 and 479 (rear) North Highland Avenue from the Low Density Residential (LDR) Land Use Designation to the Low Density Commercial (LDC) Land Use Designation; and for other purposes. (Held 10/12/10 for a Public Hearing on 11/29/10)

NPU-N                                               Council District 2

10O1878(11)           An Ordinance by Councilmember Alex Wan to amend the

CDP-10-14                 Land Use Element of the 2008 Atlanta Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) so as to re-designate property that is located at 987 Myrtle Street from the Medium Density Residential Land Use Designation to the Low Density Residential Land Use Designation; and for other purposes. (Held 10/26/10 for 4th Quarter CDP Public Hearing on 11/29/10)

NPU-E                                                Council District 6

10O1879(12)           An Ordinance by Councilmember Alex Wan to amend the

CDP-10-15                 Land Use Element of the 2008 Atlanta Comprehensive Development Plan (CEP) so as to re-designate property that is located at 403, 407, 413, 419, 425, 429, 435, 441 and 443 Montgomery Ferry Rd. From the Low Density Commercial Land Use Designation to the Low Denistiy Residential Land Use designation; and for other purposes.

(Held 10/26/10 for 4th Quarter CDP Public Hearing on 11/29/10)

NPU-F                                                Council District 6

K.        ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA

L.      COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

(COMMENTS WILL BE LIMITED TO:

5 MINUTES FOR SIGN-UP BEFORE THE MEETING IS CONVENED,

2 MINUTES FOR SIGN-UP AFTER THE MEETING IS CONVENED)

FROM TIME TO TIME, THE COMMITTEE MAY HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING ON CERTAIN PIECE(S) OF LEGISLATION, AS REQUIRED BY CODE OR REGULATION.

M.        ADJOURNMENT

 

 

  


FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AGENDA

AGENDA

NOVEMBER 10, 2010

A.        ADOPTION OF AGENDA

B.        APPROVAL OF MINUTES

C.        DISCUSSION ITEM

1.         1st Quarter Financial Report                        Joya DeFoor, CFO

2.         Airport Bond Sales                                       Joya DeFoor, CFO

3.         Unused Trust Fund Balances Report         Joya DeFoor, CFO

CONSENT REPORT

D.        ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING

10O1965( 1)            An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee to correct Ordinance Number 10-O-0743 Adopted by the Atlanta City Council on May 17, 2010, and Approved by the Mayor on May 25, 2010; and for other purposes.

10O1966( 2)            An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee amending the 2011 (Intergovernmental Grant Fund) Budget, Department of Executive Offices, by adding to anticipations and appropriations in the amount of $4,000.00 for a donation from Southface Energy Institute, to support the operations of the Department of Executive Offices, Division of Sustainability; and for other purposes.

10O1967( 3)            An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee authorizing the Mayor or his designee, on behalf of the City of Atlanta to waive the requirements of the City Code Section 2-1541(d) of the Procurement and Real Estate Code, to accept the donation from Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. of approximately 0.84 acres located around D. H. Stanton Park on Grant Way being Tax Parcel Identification Numbers 14-0055-0009-055-0, 14-0055-0009-056-8, 14-0055-0009-057-6, being more particularly described in Exhibit “A” attached hereto (“The Grant Way Properties”); the value of said donations which is $145,000.00 will be credited toward the Atlanta BeltLine Inc.’s (“ABI’s”) obligations under City Ordinance 09-O-2055; said ordinance authorized the Mayor on behalf of the City of Atlanta to accept reimbursement for the cost of property located at 1090 North West Lois Street which was previously transferred to Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.; and for other purposes.

10O1993( 4)            An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee to create the 2010A Airport Revenue Bond Fund and the 2010B Passenger Facility Charge and Subordinate Lien General Revenue Bond Fund; to add to Anticipations and Appropriations Bond Proceeds in the amount of $190,140,000.00 for the Airport General Revenue Bonds, Series 2010A and $449,440,000.00 for the Airport Passenger Facility Charge and Subordinate Lien General Revenue Bond, Series 2010B; and for other purposes.

REGULAR REPORT

E.        ORDINANCES FOR SECOND READING

10O1860( 1)            An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee waiving the payment provisions contained in the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances, Article X, Procurement and Real Estate Code, to ratify the prior provision of Hardware Maintenance and Support Services by International Business Machines under an expired Agreement for the period beginning July 1, 2010 through November 15, 2010 for an amount not to exceed $107,077.35; to authorize the Mayor or his designee to enter into an appropriate Cooperative Purchasing Agreement with International Business Machines utilizing General Services Administration Contract Number GS-35F-4984H for Hardware Maintenance and Support Services beginning November 16, 2010 through June 30, 2011 for seven (7) months an amount not to exceed $149,908.34, with two (2) one-year renewal options beginning July 1, 2011, for an annual amount not to exceed $256,985.69 to be charged to and paid from the FDOA Numbers listed; and for other purposes.

10O1892( 2)            An Ordinance and Charter Amendment by Finance/Executive Committee to amend the Charter of the City of Atlanta, Georgia, 1996 GA Laws P. 4469, et seq., adopted under and by virtue of the authority of the Municipal Home Rule Act of 1965, O.C.G.A. Section 36-35-1 et seq., as amended, by amending Part 1 (Charter and Related Laws), Subpart A, (Charter), Article III (Executive), Chapter 5 (Civil Service System), Section 3-507 (Modification of Pension Plans), so as to remove superfluous language which conflicts with language contained in certain pension plans maintained by the City of Atlanta, and to remove the limitation of benefits applicable to certain pension plans maintained by the City of Atlanta; to repeal conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes.  (1st Reading 11/1/10; 2nd Reading, 1st Adoption)

10O1893( 3)            An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee to amend the City of Atlanta General Employees’ Pension Fund so as to modify certain limitations on benefits pursuant to changes in the U. S. Internal Revenue Code to repeal conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes.

10O1894( 4)            An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee to amend the City of Atlanta Firefighters’ Pension Fund so as to modify certain limitations on benefits pursuant to changes in the U. S. Internal Revenue Code to repeal conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes.

10O1895( 5)            An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee to amend the City of Atlanta Police Officers’ Pension Fund so as to modify certain limitations on benefits pursuant to changes in the U. S. Internal Revenue Code to repeal conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes.

10O1982( 6)            An Ordinance by Councilmembers Michael Julian Bond and C. T. Martin for the Fifteenth Supplemental Bond Ordinance supplementing the Restated and Amended Master Bond Ordinance of the City of Atlanta Adopted on March 20, 2000 (99-O-1896), as previously Amended and Supplemented, to authorize the issuance by the City of Atlanta of its not to exceed $20,000,000.00 Airport Limited Obligation Bond Anticipation Notes, to provide funds to finance or refinance, in whole or in part on an interim basis, to provide funds to pay or reimburse the City for all or a portion of a Termination Payment in connection with the termination of those certain Interest Rate Exchange Agreements related to the City’s outstanding Airport General Revenue Bonds Series 2003RF-B and the City’s outstanding Airport General Revenue Bonds Series 2003RF-C and pay certain expenses relating thereto; to provide for the form of said Bond Anticipation Notes and for the execution of said Bond Anticipation Notes; providing for the rights of the holders of said Bond Anticipation Notes; to provide for the form of said Bond Anticipation Notes; to provide for the place of payment of the Principal and Interest on said Bond Anticipation Notes; approving the forms and authorizing the execution of said Bond Anticipation Notes, a Note Purchase Agreement, and Certain Other Agreements in connection with said Bond Anticipation Notes and providing for incidental action; to provide for the repayment of said Bond Anticipation Notes from the proceeds of the not to exceed $590,000,000.00 Airport General Revenue Refunding Bonds authorized by the Thirteenth Supplemental Bond Ordinance in anticipation of which the Bond Anticipation Notes are being issued and for other purposes; designating a Paying Agent and Bond Registrar; providing for severability; authorizing certain officials and employees of the City to take all actions required in connection with the issuance of said Bond Anticipation Notes; providing certain other details with respect thereto; providing an effective date; and for other related purposes.

10O1983( 7)            An Ordinance by Councilmembers Cleta Winslow, Joyce Sheperd, Michael Julian Bond, Ivory Lee Young, Jr., Carla Smith, Alex Wan, Felicia A. Moore, C. T. Martin, Keisha Lance Bottoms, Natalyn Archibong and Kwanza Hall authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the City, to accept a $39,545.00 Grant from the Governor’s Office for Children and Families, to be utilized for the purchase of recreational supplies and equipment, where such supplies and equipment will be used to benefit youth violence prevention programs; and amending the 2010 (Intergovernmental Grant Fund) Budget, Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs, by adding to Anticipations and Appropriations in the amount of $39,545.00; and authorizing the expenditure of City matching funds in the amount of $4,388.00 for recreational supplies and equipment from the Account Number indicated below; and for other purposes.

10O1985( 8)            An Ordinance by Councilmembers H. Lamar Willis and Michael Julian Bond authorizing the purchase of permanent and temporary construction easements and the necessary Rights-of-Way from various property owners for the completion of the Fairburn Road Bridge and Danforth Road Sidewalk Projects, and to authorize the Mayor, or his designee, to negotiate with affected property owners and to use all means necessary to acquire necessary property interests up to and including Condemnation Proceedings; to authorize the City Attorney, or designee, to institute condemnation proceedings pursuant to the Declaration of Taking Method authorized by O.C.G.A Section 32-3-4; to authorize the City Attorney to use the services of outside counsel, where necessary to handle condemnation proceedings; and for other purposes.

F.         RESOLUTIONS

10R1968( 1)            A Resolution by Finance/Executive Committee authorizing Mayor to enter into an Amendment Agreement No. 1 with Modular Space Corporation, utilizing the State of Georgia Contract GS-07F-0262M, for the lease of four (4) Modular Trailers on behalf of the Department of Watershed Management in an amount not to exceed $23,562.00; all contracted work will be charged to and paid from the FDOA Numbers listed; and for other purposes.

10R1969( 2)            A Resolution by Finance/Executive Committee authorizing Mayor to enter into a Sole Source Agreement with Open Text Corporation for the purpose of providing Software and Maintenance Agreement for the Enterprise Content Management System (“ECMS”) in an amount not to exceed $220,106.53; all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from the FDOA Numbers listed; and for other purposes.

10R1970( 3)            A Resolution by Finance/executive Committee urging the 2011 Georgia General Assembly to support the City of Atlanta’s 2011 Legislative Package; and for other purposes.

G.        PAPERS HELD IN COMMITTEE

10O0774( 1)            An Ordinance by Councilmembers H. Lamar Willis and Alex Wan to amend Article VII, Division II of Chapter II of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta so as to provide that it shall be unlawful for any City Officer or Employee to knowingly and willfully withhold information, make false or misleading statements or to give untrue testimony before any of its standing committees; to provide that any officer or employee who is found to have violated this provision shall be dismissed from the employment of the City; and for other purposes.  (Held 4/28/10 for further review and additional information.)10O0788( 2)            An Ordinance by Councilmembers Ivory Lee Young, Jr. and Joyce M. Sheperd to amend the Code of Ordinances, City of Atlanta, Georgia, Chapter 11R (Personnel), Article II (Compensation, Payroll Deductions and Charitable Contributions) and Division 1 (Generally), Section 114-28 (Deduction of Labor Organization Dues from Salaries). (Held 4/28/10, pending development of two separate pieces of legislation.)

10O0874( 3)            An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee amending Chapter 114, Article IV, Division 12, Section 114-379 of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances entitled “Layoff or Reduction in Force” so as to provide for the use of the Veterans’ Preference authorized by Section 114-207 during the calculation of retention points; and for other purposes.  (Held 6/02/10 by the Committee for further review.)

10O0906( 4)            An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee to amend Section 6-637 (c) and 6-637 (d) of the 1978 Pension Act (Related Laws) of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta so as to provide New and Non-Vested Members having less than ten (10) years of Creditable Service in the Firefighters Pension Fund, a fifteen (15) year vesting schedule, two percent (2%) Multiplier for all Creditable Years of service, one hundred percent 100% CAP of Average Earnings, to repeal conflicting Ordinances; and for other purposes.  (Held 6/02/10 by the Committee for further discussion and review.)

10O0908( 5)            An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee to amend Section 6-222 (c) and 6-222 (d) of the 1978 Pension Act (Related Laws) of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta so as to provide New and Non-Vested Members having less than ten (10) years of Creditable Service in the Police Officers Pension Fund, a fifteen (15) year vesting schedule, two percent (2%) Multiplier for all Creditable Years of service, one hundred percent 100% CAP of Average Earnings, to repeal conflicting Ordinances; and for other purposes.  (Held 6/02/10 by the Committee for further discussion and review.)

10O0910( 6)            An Ordinance by Finance/Executive Committee to amend Section 6-37 (c) and 6-37 (d) of the 1978 Pension Act (Related Laws) of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta so as to provide Members of the General Employees Pension Fund, a fifteen (15) year vesting schedule, two percent (2%) Multiplier for all Creditable Years of service, one hundred percent (100%) CAP of Average Earnings, to repeal conflicting Ordinances; and for other purposes.  (Held 6/02/10 by the Committee for further discussion and review.)

10R1153( 7)            A Substitute Resolution by Finance/Executive Committee as amended by Full Council authorizing the Mayor of the City of Atlanta to enter into an Inmate Agreement with the South Fulton Municipal Regional Jail Authority (The “Authority”) for the purpose of housing persons charged with or sentenced for a violation of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances in the facility operated by the Authority; and for other purposes. (Referred back by Full Council 7/6/10; Held 7/14/10 by the Committee on request by the Administration for additional consideration and refinement.)

10R1663( 8)            A Resolution by Finance/Executive Committee authorizing the Mayor to execute Renewal Agreement No. 1 with MSB Government Services, for FC-4678, Financial Collections, on behalf of the Department of Finance, at a Compensation Rate of 19.8% of the Principal Amount collected to be charged to and paid from Fund, Department Organization and Account Numbers listed; all funds collected will be deposited to the Fund, Department Organization and Account Numbers listed; and for other purposes. (Held 9/15/10 at the request of the Department)

10O1733( 9)            An Ordinance by Councilmembers Michael Julian Bond, Joyce Sheperd, Aaron Watson, Keisha Lance Bottoms, H. L. Willis, Ivory Lee Young, Jr., C. T. Martin and Yolanda Adrean authorizing the Mayor or his designee to create a Parking Pass Program for all duly appointed members of City Boards and Commissions; and for other purposes. (Held 9/29/10)

10O1739(10)           An Ordinance and Charter Amendment by Councilmember Natalyn Mosby Archibong as substituted and amended by Finance/Executive Committee to amend the Charter of the City of Atlanta, Georgia, 1996 GA Laws P. 4469 et seq., adopted under and by virtue of the authority of the Municipal Home Rule Act of 1965, O.C.G.A. Section 36-35-1 et seq., as amended, by amending Part 1 (Charter and Related Laws), Subpart A, (Charter), Article III (Executive), Chapter 3 entitled (City Departments), Section 3-305 of the City of Atlanta’s Code of Ordinances by adding a new sub-paragraph (d) so as to provide that any commissioner remaining from a previous administration will be deemed acting until he/she is re-nominated and re-confirmed; to repeal conflicting Ordinances and Charter Amendments; and for other purposes. (Charter Amendment/3rd Reading/Final Adoption) (1st Reading 9/20/10; 2nd Reading 10/04/10) (Substituted as amended and held 10/13/10 by the Committee for additional information.)

10R1867(11)           A Substitute Resolution by Finance/Executive Committee authorizing the Mayor to enter Renewal Number 1 with Jake’s Newsstand, LLC, for FC-6007000027, Operation & Management for Newsstand & Concession Services, on behalf of the Executive Offices-Office of Enterprise Assets Management.  Jake’s Newsstand, LLC, will pay the City a monthly fee of $1,300.00 per month for the rental of the newsstand space in Atlanta City Hall, to be deposited to the FDOA Numbers listed; and for other purposes.  (Substitute and held 10/27/10 for additional information.)

10R1869(12)           A Resolution by Councilmembers H. Lamar Willis, Michael Julian Bond, Felicia A. Moore, C. T. Martin, Natalyn Archibong and Carla Smith of the City Council of the City of Atlanta, Georgia concerning the future of Regional Transit under the 2010 Transportation Investment Act.  (Held 10/27/10 by the Committee for further review and additional information.)

H.        ITEM(S) NOT ON THE AGENDA

I.          PUBLIC SPEAKING

J.         ADJOURNMENT

 


PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AGENDA

AGENDA

NOVEMBER 9, 2010

A.      ADOPTION OF AGENDA

B.      APPROVAL OF MINUTES

C.      DISCUSSION ITEM

Claims and Litigation Quarterly Report – Jerry Deloach, Law Department

CONSENT

D.      RESOLUTIONS

Claims with favorable recommendations:

10-R-1930 ( 1) Claim of Latanya Barnett and Auto Finance (APD-9), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a vehicular accident on June 29, 2010 at Donald L. Hollowell Parkway at Interstate 285 Overpass.                                $11,023.19

10-R-1931 ( 2) Claim of Tamiko Holloway, through her attorney, Sheryl L. Burke, Attorney at Law (DWM-1), for bodily injuries alleged to have been sustained from an automobile accident on May 7, 2010 at Grant Street and McDonough Boulevard.         $4,900.00

10-R-1932 ( 3) Claim of Noelle and Murali Kumbale (DWM-3), for personal injuries alleged to have been sustained as a result of a curb cock leak in December 2009 at 2050 Joseph E. Boone Boulevard, NW.                                                                             $3,500.00

10-R-1933 ( 4) Claim of Jeffrey McDonald (DWM-9),, for vehicle damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of an unsecured metal plate on February 9, 2010 at 1689 Howell Mill Road.       $1,965.00

10-R-1934 ( 5) Claim of Willie Freeman (DPW-3), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a vehicular accident on August 9, 2010 at Fairfield Place at Verbena Street.    $1,700.00

10-R-1935 ( 6) Claim of Morgan Pugh (DWM-9),, for vehicle damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of an unsecured metal plate on February 9, 2010 at 1689 Howell Mill Road.       $1,354.00

10-R-1936 ( 7) Claim of Larry Hoskins (DWM-9), for vehicle damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of an unsecured metal plate on February 9, 2010 at 1689 Howell Mill Road.       $1,328.36

10-R-1937 ( 8) Claim of Reginald Driskell, Jr. (DPW-6), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of driving over a pothole on August 30, 2010 at 1328 DeKalb Avenue.   $1,190.00

10-R-1938 ( 9) Claim of Todd Johns Georgecink (DWM-9), for vehicle damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of an unsecured metal plate on January 21, 2010 at 1689 Howell Mill Road.  $780.56

10-R-1939 (10)                                                                             Claim of Laura and Darren Hamm (DWM-9), for vehicle damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of driving over an unsecured construction cut on February 9, 2010 at 1689 Howell Mill Road.                                                                             $531.00

10-R-1955 (11)                                                                             Claim of USAA, as subrogee of Clinton D. Ward (DWM-9), for vehicle damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of driving over an unsecured metal plate on February 9, 2010 at 1689 Howell Mill Road.                                                                   $3,086.09

10-R-1956 (12)                                                                             Claim of State Farm Insurance Companies, as subrogee of Leonard B. Gailes (APD-2), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of an automobile accident on March 21, 2010 at 41 10th Street, NE.                                                                             $4,059.87

10-R-1957 (13)                                                                             Claim of Progressive Premier Insurance Company of Illinois, as subrogee of Charles Solley (APD-2), for property damages alleged to have been sustained from an automobile accident on June 4, 2010 at Ivan Allen, Jr. Boulevard and Spring Street.         $4,267.97

10-R-1958 (14)                                                                             Claim of Progressive, as subrogee of Elroy Reese (DPW-3), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of an automobile accident on July 6, 2010 at 921 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard.      $3,470.66

Claims with unfavorable recommendations:

10-R-1940 (15)          Claim of Brooks White, through his attorney, Gregory J. Parent (DWM-3), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of flooding due to storm water overflow on September 21, 2009 at 1719 Detroit Avenue.

10-R-1941 (16)          Claim of Maudie O. Petty (DWM-10), for damages alleged to have been sustained during a sewer rehabilitation project on September 7, 2010 at 1781 South Gordon Street, SW.

10-R-1942 (17)          Claim of Rita James, through her attorney, Gregory J. Parent (DWM-3), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of flooding due to storm water overflow on September 21, 2009 at 539 Baker Circle, NW.

10-R-1943 (18)          Claim of Mary Alice Smith, through her attorney, Gregory J. Parent (DWM-3), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of flooding due to storm water overflow on September 21, 2009 at 1681 Detroit Avenue.

10-R-1944 (19)          Claim of Allstate Insurance Company, as subrogee of Alvin Phillips (DWM-12), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a sewer rehabilitation project on May 26, 2010 at 2901 River Ridge Drive.

10-R-1945 (20)          Claim of Shelton Stargell, through his attorney, Amjad M. Ibrahim (NA-3), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of an automobile accident on September 7, 2010 at Sunset Avenue and Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive.

10-R-1946 (21)          Claim of Rafael Smith, through his attorney, Amjad M. Ibrahim (NA-3), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of an automobile accident on September 7, 2010 at Sunset Avenue and Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive.

10-R-1947 (22)          Claim of Marie Murph (DPRCA-11), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a tree falling on February 15, 2010 at 782 Niskey Lake Circle.

10-R-1948 (23)          Claim of Christine Morgenstern (DPCD-2), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a vehicular accident on November 19, 2009 at 595 Piedmont Avenue.

10-R-1949 (24)          Claim of Travelers Property Casualty Company of America, as subrogee of the Simpson Organization, through its attorney, Samuel S. Woodhouse (DWM-?), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a water main break on October 29, 2009 at 1401 Peachtree Street, Suite 400.

10-R-1950 (25)          Claim of Joyce Landau, through her attorney, P. Kent Eichelzer, III, Hait & Eichelzer (DOA-NA), for bodily injuries alleged to have been sustained March 30, 2010 at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, 8700 Spine Road.

10-R-1951 (26)          Claim of Anna Hicks and Marilyn Simmons, through their attorney, Gregory J. Parent (DWM-1), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of flooding due to storm water overflow on September 21, 2009 at 188 Atlanta Avenue, SE.

10-R-1952 (27)          Claim of Felicia Daniel, through her attorney, James A. Rice, Jr., P.C. (DOA-NA), for bodily injuries alleged to have been sustained after being struck by an elevator door an July 16, 2010 at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, 6000 N. Terminal Parkway.

10-R-1953 (28)          Claim of Mary Dooley, through her attorney, Gregory J. Parent (DWM-10), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of flooding due to storm water overflow between September 18-20, 2009 at 749 Bolton Road, NW.

10-R-1954 (29)          Claim of Mary Ellen James, through her attorney, Gregory J. Parent (DWM-3), for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of flooding due to storm water overflow on September 20, 2009 at 1749 Detroit Avenue.

REGULAR

E.      COMMUNICATION

10C1905( 1)  A Communication from Diane O’Steen, Executive Director, Atlanta Bar Association, to Municipal Clerk Rhonda Dauphin Johnson, submitting their appointment of Mr. Paul Earle Bartels to serve as a member of the Atlanta Citizen Review Board to serve the unexpired term of Deborah S. Butera.  This appointment is to expire on July 19, 2013.

F.       ORDINANCES FOR SECONDING READING

10O1831( 1) An Ordinance by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee amending the 2010 (Intergovernmental Grant Fund) Budget by adding to anticipations and appropriations in the amount of $172,400.00 on behalf of the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department for the purpose of funding the Car Seat Fitting Station Program developed by the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department; and for other purposes.

10O1832( 2) An Ordinance by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee amending the 2011 (Intergovernmental Grant Fund) Budget, Department of Police, by adding to anticipations and appropriations in the amount of $94,600.00, for a grant award from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety and matching funds in the amount of $142,000.00 from the (General Fund) Budget, to fund the Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic; and for other purposes.

10O1833( 3) An Ordinance by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee amending the 2011 (Intergovernmental Grant Fund) Budget, Department of Police (“Department”), by adding to anticipations and appropriations in the amount of $1,098,159.00 for the FY 2010 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (“JAG”) Award from the United States Department of Justice; and for other purposes.

G.      RESOLUTIONS

10R1896( 1)         A Resolution by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee authorizing the settlement of all claims against the City of Atlanta in the case of Claire Peck v. City of Atlanta, Civil Action File No. 2010MS116039, pending in Fulton County Magistrate Court, in the amount of $750.00; authorizing said payment to be charged to and paid from the Fund, Departmental, Account and Functional Activity listed; authorizing the Chief Financial Officer to distribute the settlement amount; and for other purposes.

10R1927( 2) A Resolution by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee authorizing the Mayor or his designee to accept a donation for Licensing and Training for the First Responders of the Department of Fire Rescue from the American Ambulance Association and the Invisible Bracelet Network for the purpose of accessing patient health information and coordinating emergency care within the medical network on behalf of the Department of Fire Rescue; and for other purpose.

10R1928( 3) A Resolution by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee authorizing the Mayor or his designee to enter into an Agreement with 1-800-Board-Up for the purpose of securing structures and protecting valuables of fire victims and other disastrous incidents to residential properties within the City of Atlanta on behalf of the Department of Fire Rescue; and other purposes.

10R1929( 4) A Resolution by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee authorizing the Mayor to enter into a Renewal Lease Agreement with Gingko Management, LLC, for the rental of approximately 300 square feet of office space located at 852 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd., SW, Atlanta, Georgia, for the Department of Police Zone Four (4) Mini Precinct, beginning January 1, 2011, until December 31, 2014, at a rental rate of $1 for the year , to be charged to and paid from the Fund Account listed; and for other purposes.

10R1971( 5)         A Resolution by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee authorizing the settlement of all claims against the City of Atlanta in the case of Gerald Boveland v. City of Atlanta, Civil Action File No. 2010MS110923, in the amount of $1,100.00; authorizing said payment to be charged to and paid from the Fund, Departmental, Account and Functional Activity listed; authorizing the Chief Financial Officer to distribute the settlement amount; and for other purposes.

H.      PAPERS HELD IN COMMITTEE

10R0132( 1) A Resolution by Councilmember Michael J. Bond directing the City of Atlanta to apologize to the patrons and employees of the Atlanta Eagle for the alleged violations of Human and Civil Rights suffered as a result of a police raid carried out on September 10, 2009; and for other purposes.  (Held 1/12/10 for further discussion.)

10R0137( 2) A Resolution by Councilmembers Natalyn M. Archibong and C. T. Martin requesting that City Council authorize a Forensic Audit should be conducted as a result of the findings and recommendations from the Audit Report of the Public Safety Facilities Construction and the Sale of City Hall East; and for other purposes.  (Held 1/12/10 for a Joint Work Session with Finance/Executive Committee and Committee on Council)  (Work Session held 2/3/10)

10O0397( 3) An Ordinance by Councilmember H. Lamar Willis as substituted by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee amending Section 162-227 and Section 162-232 of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances so as to establish fees for the administrative costs associated with nonconsensual motor vehicle towing; and for other purposes.  (Public Hearing held 4/27/10)  (Held 4/27/10 for further evaluation and review.)

10O0399( 4) An Ordinance by Councilmember Ivory L. Young, Jr. to amend Article XXIII, (“Vending on Public Property”) of Chapter 30, (“Businesses”), Section 30-1436 (“Disabled Veterans”), of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta, Georgia, so as to expressly exempt Disabled Veterans from participation in the Public Vending Management Program; and for other purposes.  (Held 2/23/10 for further review.)

10O0728( 5) An Ordinance by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee to amend Chapter 30, Article VIII, of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances to clearly distinguish between legitimate Escorts Holding Permits issued by the City of Atlanta under its police powers, and persons who perform Criminal Acts as determined by State Law; and for other purposes. (Held 5/11/10 for further review.)

10R0855( 6) Claim of Ron Tuso, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a sewer backup on November 10, 2009 at 1850 Memorial Drive.  (Held 5/11/10 for further review by the Law Department)

10O1173( 7) An Ordinance by Councilmembers Ivory L. Young, Jr. and C. T. Martin imposing a Ninety (90) Day Moratorium on the City’s Public Property Vending Program; to create a subcommittee to study and review the operation of the Public Property Vending Program; to waive conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes. (Referred back from Council 7/19/10) (Held 7/27/10 for further review.)

10O1342( 8) An Ordinance by Councilmembers Kwanza Hall, Michael J. Bond, Aaron Watson, Alex Wan, C. T. Martin, Felicia A. Moore and Ivory L. Young, Jr. to amend Chapter 10, Article II, Division 3 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta, Georgia by creating a new Section 10-130 to be entitled “Extended Hours Permit Pilot Program”; to temporarily waive the provisions of chapter 10, Article II, Section 10-209 (c) and (d) of the Code of Ordinances in the Edgewood Avenue/Auburn Avenue District of the City so as to allow for a Pilot Program to examine the impact of extending the permissible hours for establishments authorized to sell alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption; to define the boundaries of the Edgewood Avenue/Auburn Avenue District; to waive conflicting ordinances for this instance only; and for other purposes. (Held 7/13/10 for further discussion)

10R1343( 9) A Resolution by Councilmembers Kwanza Hall, Michael J. Bond, Aaron Watson, Alex Wan, Felicia A. Moore, Joyce Sheperd, Ivory L. Young, Jr., Natalyn M. Archibong and Carla Smith as amended by Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee to establish a Task Force to review the Alcoholic Beverage Licensing Process generally, from application to License Review Board consideration and to the enforcement of Alcoholic Beverage Laws, Ordinances and Regulations; to authorize the Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee to determine the membership structure of the Task Force; and for other purposes. (Amended and held 7/13/10 for further discussion)

10O1809(10)         An Ordinance by Councilmembers Kwanza Hall and Natalyn Archibong to create a new Division 3 (To be entitled “Street Food Vending Program”) of Article XXIII (“Vending on Public Property”) of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta, Georgia which Division shall provide the regulatory framework by which street food vending in the City of Atlanta shall be governed, including but not limited to, the creation of street food vending sites, rules and regulations, and the criteria for the issuance of permits and the cost thereof; to waive conflicting ordinances; and for other purposes.  (Held 10/12/10, for further review.)

10R1813(11)          A Resolution by Councilmember Michael J. Bond requesting the Atlanta Police Department (APD) to study the feasibility of increasing the collaboration with the Atlanta Public Schools (APS) Security Operations; and for other purposes. (Held 10/12/10, at the request of the author.)

10O1880( 12)        An Ordinance by Councilmembers Kwanza Hall, Aaron Watson, H. Lamar Willis, Michael J. Bond, Natalyn Archibong, Keisha Lance Bottoms, Alex Wan and Carla Smith authorizing the operation of Human-Drawn Vehicles (Pedicabs) within the City of Atlanta; to establish requirements and regulations for such program; and for other purposes. (Held 10/26/10 for further review at the request of the author.)

I.       ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA

J.       COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

K.      ADJOURNMENT

 

 


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