City Council Regular Meeting - Agenda

Date: 
Mon., May. 8, 2017

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  1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER– 7:00 pm
  2. DECLARATION OF QUORUM
  3. FLAG SALUTE
  4. PROCLAMATIONS, PRESENTATIONS & RECOGNITIONS
  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 Chair.)
  6. CONSENT AGENDA
    1. Minutes of the April 24th, work session and regular City Council meeting.
    2. Minutes of the March 7th and April 4th, Faith-Based Advisory Committee meeting.
    3. Minutes of the February 22nd and March 22nd, Library Board meeting.
    4. Confirmation of standing committee appointment for the unexpired portion of the remaining:
      1. 3-year term beginning May 9th, 2017 and ending March 31st, 2020
        Planning Commission- position #4- Moses Frederic
      2. 3-year term beginning May 9th, 2017 and ending December 31st, 2019
        Budget Committee- position #1- John Douglass
    5. Announcement of standing committee vacancies for the unexpired portion of a:
      1. 3-year term beginning July 1st, 2017 and ending June 30th, 2020
        Hispanic Advisory Committee- positions #1 and #2
      2. 4-year term beginning July 1st, 2017 and ending June 30th, 2021
        Library Board- positions #3, #4, and #5
        Deadline to Apply is May 30th, 2017.

Action – Motion to approve consent agenda items. Roll Call

  1. ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA
  2. PUBLIC HEARINGS
  3. RESOLUTIONS & ORDINANCES
  4. OTHER
    1. Consider amending the contract between the City and the Chamber of Commerce to recognize staffing changes at the Conference/Community Center through the end of calendar year 2017.
      Action- Motion to approve. Roll Call
      1. Staff Report
      2. Current Chamber Contract
      3. Proposed Amended Chamber Contract
    2. Consider approval of the Council Goal Setting Report as prepared.
      Action-Motion to approve. Roll Call
    3. Consider approving restriping parking spaces from parallel to diagonal on 2nd Street from Main Street to Hurlburt Avenue.
      Action- Motion to approve. Roll Call
      1. Staff Report
      2. Map
    4. Consider a request to expand the Hermiston Enterprise Zone.
      Action- Motion to table further discussion until the June 12th City Council Meeting. Roll Call
  5. 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, Community Accountability, Conference Center, School Board, Public Safety, Public Infrastructure, Transit Planning, Festival Street Design, Rose Parade Float, EOTEC.
    2. Mayor’s Report –
    3. Council Report –
    4. Manager’s Report-
  6. RECESS REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING AND CONVENE URBAN RENEWAL AGENCY MEETING

HERMISTON URBAN RENEWAL AGENCY

Special Meeting May 8th, 2017

AGENDA

  1. CALL TO ORDER - 7:00 p.m.
  2. NEW BUSINESS
    1. Consider approving a façade grant request for the property at 215 E Hurlburt Avenue.
      Action – Motion to approve. Roll Call
      1. Staff Report
      2. Façade Grant Application Review
      3. Façade Grant Application
      4. Bid Documents
  3. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
  4. UNSCHEDULED COMMUNICATIONS
    Unscheduled communications and general discussion.
  5. ADJOURN URBAN RENEWAL AGENCY MEETING

  1. RECONVENE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING AND RECESS FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION
    1. An Executive Session will convene pursuant to ORS 192.660 (2) (e) which allows the Council to meet in Executive Session for the purpose of discussing matters pertaining to negotiating real property transactions.
      Call Recess.
  2. RECONVENE AND ADJOURNMENT

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