Cleveland City Council to meet twice today

By TIM SINIARD
Posted 8/12/19

The Cleveland City Council will meet in its regularly scheduled session at 3 p.m. Monday, Aug. 12 at the Municipal Building, following its 1 p.m. work session.During the 3 p.m. session, Council …

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Cleveland City Council to meet twice today

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The Cleveland City Council will meet in its regularly scheduled session at 3 p.m. Monday, Aug. 12 at the Municipal Building, following its 1 p.m. work session.

During the 3 p.m. session, Council members will consider the following items:

Public Hearings:

 • A public hearing – To hear public comments concerning a request to rezone .41 acres, more or less, located at 600 25th Street N.W. (Tax map 41M Group B Parcel 004.01) from R2 Low Density Single and Multi-Family Zoning District to PI Professional Institutional Zoning District (Planning Commission: Approved subject to staff comments; 5:2; 2 members were absent). 

• A public hearing – To hear public comments concerning a request to rezone .71 acres, more or less, located at 2503 & 2505 Harris Circle N.W. (Tax Map 041M Group B Parcel 004.02 & 4.03) from R2 Low Density Single and Multi-Family Zoning District to PI Professional Institutional Zoning District (Planning Commission: Denied 5:2; 2 members absent). 

• A public hearing – To hear public comments concerning an ordinance to amend the allowable uses within PUD11 located on Georgetown Road and Villa Drive N.W. (Planning Commission: Denied 7:0; 2 members absent) (Item has been withdrawn by applicant). 

• Mayoral Appointment – Planning Commission

Consent Agenda:

• Final Passage - Zoning Ordinance No: 2019-36 – Zoning of about 7.42 acres located at 1396 Lewis St. N.E. from the unincorporated county to MU Mixed Use Zoning District (Planning Commission: Approved 8-0; 1 member not sworn in).

• Reappointment – Utility Board – Debbie Melton for an additional four-year term to expire August 2023 

• Resolution No: 2019-73 – Authorizing the Mayor to sign an agreement with the State of Tennessee to participate in the State of Tennessee Deferred Compensation Plan II (401K). 

• Resolution No: 2019-74 - Authorizing the Mayor to sign an agreement with the State of Tennessee to participate in the State of Tennessee Deferred Compensation Plan and Trust (457b). 

• Resolution No: 2019-75 – Approving a signage plan for Lee University’s Campus Ride System. 

• Resolution No: 2019-76 – Proceeding with Alfred Benesch & Company for CEI services for the 25th Street Corridor Area Sidewalks and Multi-Modal Improvements project under the TDOT Transportation Alternatives Grant.

• Resolution No: 2019-77 – Authorizing the Mayor to sign an agreement with CDM Smith for CEI services for Norman Chapel Road project. 

• Resolution No: 2019-78 - Authorizing the Mayor to sign a grant application for the 2019 Edward Byrne Grant to be used for in-car camera systems.

• Change Order – Blythe Bower Athletic Field Irrigation & Sod Project. 

• Surplus Property – Declaring six bicycles from the Cleveland Police Department as surplus and traded for credit towards repairs at Scott’s Bicycle Shop. 

New business and ordinances:

• Zoning Ordinance No: 2019-37 – Rezoning .41 acres, more or less, located at 600 25th Street N.W. (Tax map 41M Group B Parcel 004.01) from R2 Low Density Single and Multi-Family Zoning District to PI Professional Institutional Zoning District (Planning Commission: Approved subject to staff comments; 5:2; 2 members were absent). 

• Zoning Ordinance No: 2019-38 – Rezoning .71 acres, more or less, located at 2503 & 2505 Harris Circle N.W. (Tax Map 041M Group B Parcel 004.02 & 4.03) from R2 Low Density Single and Multi-Family Zoning District to PI Professional Institutional Zoning District (Planning Commission: Denied 5:2; 2 members absent). 

Announcements:

The Nov. 11 meeting will be cancelled due to the Veterans Day holiday; city offices will also be closed.

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday wee, the Nov.  25 meeting will be rescheduled to Nov. 18.

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