SUMMARY OF ACTIONS
November 7, 2017
Welcome Back to City Clerk Cynthia Hanscom. Mayor Rose welcomed back City Clerk Cynthia Hanscom who started with the City on November 1, 2017.
Recognition for Interim City Clerk. Mayor Rose recognized and presented a plaque to Legal Assistant Christine Pennington for her service as the Interim City Clerk.
Rezoning of Parcels within the City’s Portion of the Community Redevelopment Area on New Haven Avenue to Commercial New Haven (C-NH) and on Wickham Road to Commercial Wickham (C-W). Council unanimously approved the postponement of the advertised hearing for the administrative rezoning of parcels to the Commercial New Haven and Commercial Wickham districts to November 21.
Adoption of Large Scale Text Amendment to the City’s Comprehensive Plan and Amendment to the Adopted Goals, Objectives and Policies of the Horizon 2030 Comprehensive Plan. Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved Ordinance No. 2017-17, adopting the large scale text amendment to the City’s comprehensive plan, creating a new future land use overlay designation of “Town Center Overlay” and amending the goals, objectives and policies in the Future Land Use, Visioning, Transportation, and Multi-Modal Transportation elements.
Amendment to the Future Land Use Map of the Horizon 2030 Comprehensive Plan to Add the Town Overlay Designation. Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved Ordinance No. 2017-18 adopting the large scale map amendment to the City’s Comprehensive Plan, adding the new future land use overlay designation of “Town Center Overlay”.
Consent Agenda. Council unanimously approved the following:
- The Regular City Council meeting minutes for Tuesday, October 17, 2017.
- Accepted from the Melbourne-Tillman Water Control District, the conveyance of 0.11 acres of future Imagine Way right-of-way to allow the eastward extension of Imagine Way and authorized the City Manager to sign the right-of-way conveyance title after the City Attorney has prepared and reviewed the right-of-way conveyance title document.
Repairs and Upgrades to the Air Conditioning System at the Police Department. Council approved, 6-1 with Council Member Bentley opposing, the expenditure for repairs and upgrades to the failing air conditioning system at the Police Department.
Police Station Renovation & Addition Project. Council unanimously approved (1) awarding the bid for the Police Station Renovation and Addition Project to Don Facciobene, Inc., including both alternate additions, in the amount of $2,994,914 and authorized the City Manager to execute a contract; and (2) unanimously approved the adoption of Resolution 2017-28 amending the budget to provide the additional needed funding for this project.
For additional information on these matters, call the City Clerk’s office at 321-837-7774. City Council will meet again on Tuesday, November 21, 2017, after which this page will be updated.