City Council Regular Meeting & Work Session - Agenda

Date: 
Mon., Oct. 10, 2016

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Council/City Manager Work Session

Festival Street Kickoff Event - 6:00 PM


  1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER– 7:00 pm
  2. DECLARATION OF QUORUM
  3. FLAG SALUTE
  4. PROCLAMATIONS, PRESENTATIONS & RECOGNITIONS
    1. Proclamation- Girl Scout Gold Award to Sofia Gispert Tello and Andrea Gispert Tello.
  5. CITIZEN INPUT ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS (Anyone wishing to bring anything before the council that is not on the agenda is asked to please do the following: 1. Limit discussion to not more than FIVE minutes; 2. State your name and address; 3. Direct your comments to the Mayor.)
  6. CONSENT AGENDA
    1. Minutes of the September 26th, regular City Council meeting.
    2. Minutes of the September 6th, Faith-Based Advisory Committee meeting.
    3. Announcement of standing committee vacancy for the unexpired portion of a 1-year term beginning November 28th, 2016 and ending October 31st, 2017.
      Parks and Recreation Committee- position #6.
      (Deadline for submitting applications is October 27th, 2016.)
    4. Recommendation of committee appointments for the unexpired portion of a 2-year term beginning November 1st, 2016 and ending October 31st, 2018.
      Parks and Recreation Committee- position #4-Carlisle Harrison, #5-Steve Williams, #7-Michael Kay.
    5. Recommendation of committee appointment for the unexpired portion of a 3-year term beginning November 1st, 2016 and ending October 31st, 2019.
      Airport Advisory Committee- position #5- Ron Linn

    Action – Motion to approve consent agenda items. Roll Call

  7. ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA
  8. PUBLIC HEARINGS
  9. RESOLUTIONS & ORDINANCES
  10. OTHER
    1. August Financial Report
      Action- Motion to approve. Roll Call
  11. COMMITTEE REPORTS
    1. City Committees and Liaison: Airport Advisory, Budget, Hispanic Advisory, Library Board, Parks & Recreation, Planning Commission, Recreation Projects Fund, Faith-Based Advisory, Community Enhancement, Public Safety, Public Infrastructure, Transit Planning, Festival Street Design.
    2. Mayor’s Report –
    3. Council Report –
    4. Manager’s Report-
  12. ADJOURNMENT

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