REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING

 

7:00 P.M. - COUNCIL CHAMBERS - CITY HALL

 

JANUARY 24, 2006

 

AGENDA

 

ALL CITIZENS DESIRING TO ADDRESS THE PORT ORANGE CITY COUNCIL DURING CITIZEN PARTICIPATION SHOULD COMPLETE A SPECIAL APPLICATION FORM WHICH IS LOCATED ON THE STANDS OUTSIDE THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS - AFTER COMPLETING THE FORM, PRESENT IT TO THE DEPUTY CITY CLERK.

 

A.  OPENING

 

     1.    Pledge of Allegiance

     2.    Silent Invocation

     3.    Roll Call

 

B.  STATE OF CITY MESSAGE

 

C.  SPECIAL REPORT

 

     4.    Report from KemperSports Management

 

D.  CITIZEN PARTICIPATION (Agenda)

 

     5.    Discussion Regarding Town Park Street Lights - Paul Francis

 

E.  CITIZEN PARTICIPATION (Non-Agenda - 15 Minutes)

 

F.  CONSENT AGENDA

 

     6.     Project Managers’ Report

     7.     Approve Operating Budget Calendar for Fiscal Year 2007

     8.     Request from Port Orange Family Days to Co-Sponsor the Event in 2006, 2007 and 2008

     9.     Request from Port Orange Y.M.C.A. to use City Center Circle for the Healthy Heart Run/Walk

   10.    Award a Contract to Harcross Chemicals for the Acquisition of the City’s Annual Usage of Fluoride

 

G.  FINANCE (John Shelley)

 

   11.    Resolution No. 06-9 - Budget Appropriations

   12.    Monthly Financial Report

 

H.  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (Donna Steinebach)

 

   13.   First Reading - Ordinance No. 2006-4 - Rezoning - From R-10 (Single-Family Residential) to GPU (Government Public Use) Brian Gorham, Florida Power & Light

   14.   Second Reading - Ordinance No. 2005-66 - Rezoning - From PO (Professional Office) and R-3L (Low-Density Multi-Family Residential) to R-3M (Medium-Density Multi-Family Residential) David Stuart

 

I.  PUBLIC WORKS (Warren Pike)

 

   15.   Resolution No. 06-10 - Pertaining to a Clean Water State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loan Agreement No. SW725150 for the Cambridge Basin Stormwater Management

 

J.  PUBLIC SAFETY (Gerald Monahan and Tom Weber)

 

   16.    First Reading - Ordinance No. 2006-5 - Amending Chapter 30, Article II of the Code of Ordinances Relating to Fire Codes

   17.    Resolution No 06-11 - Grant to Pre-Wire Critical Facilities

   18.    2005 Vaccination Report

 

K.  ADMINISTRATION (Ken Parker)

 

   19.   First Reading - Ordinance No. 2006-6 - Ordinance Providing for Acquisition of Property for Economic Development in the City

   20.   Resolution No. 06-12 - Purchase of Property Located on Homier Road - From DSC

   21.   Resolution No. 06-13 - Purchase of Property Located at 3965 Ridgewood Avenue, from Joy King, Charles D. King, Walter C. Nacelli and Juanita Nacelli

   22.   Discussion - Historic Mural Project

 

L.  COUNCIL COMMENTS

 

   23.    Comments/Concerns from Council Members

   24.    City Council Committee Reports

            a.  Water Authority of Volusia (WAV)

            b.  City Investment Committee

            c.  Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)

            d.  Library Advisory

            e.  Municipal Firefighters Pension Board

            f.  Municipal Police Officers Retirement Trust

            g.  YMCA

            h.  Volusia Counsel of Governments (VCOG)

            i.  Volusia League of Cities

            j.  ArtHaus

            k.  Port Orange/South Daytona Chamber of Commerce

            l.  Golf Course Board of Directors

            m.  Communications Interlocal Agency (CIA)

 

 

M.  ADJOURNMENT

 


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