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Summary of Actions

 

CITY COUNCIL

SUMMARY OF ACTIONS

April 17, 2018


Budget Workshop – Potential Priority Programs and Projects for 2018-2019.  Council conducted a workshop and developed a listing of potential priority programs and projects for possible inclusion in the proposed Fiscal Year 2018-2019 budget.


Roll Call.  Six members were present; City Attorney Richardson read a letter of resignation submitted by Council Member Tice, effective immediately.


Selection of Deputy Mayor.  The City Council unanimously selected Pat Bentley to serve as Deputy Mayor to complete the unexpired term to November 20, 2018.


Amend the Future Land Use Map to Add a Designation for the Recently Annexed Property at 1720 S. John Rodes Boulevard.  Council held a public hearing and approved, 6-0, Ordinance No. 2018-05, small scale comprehensive plan map amendment SSA 2018-01, to change the future land use of 1720 S. John Rodes Boulevard from Brevard County Residential 6 (RES-6) to City of West Melbourne Urban Density Residential (US-RES).


Rezone Recently Annexed Property at 1720 S. John Rodes Boulevard.  Council held a public hearing and approved, 6-0, Ordinance No. 2018-06, rezoning 1720 S. John Rodes Boulevard from Brevard County AU (Agricultural Residential) to City of West Melbourne R-3 (Multiple-Family Dwelling).


Amend the Future Land Use Map to Change Future Land Use Designation and Rezone the Properties located on the South Side of Hibiscus Blvd, west of Dairy Road.  Council held a public hearing and 1) approved, 6-0, the transmittal of the large scale comprehensive plan map amendment LSA 2018-01 to change the future land use of the properties located on the south side of Hibiscus Blvd., west of Dairy Road and north of U.S. 192 from Commercial (COM) and Medium Density Residential (MD-RES) to Urban Density Residential (UD-RES), and 2) approved, 6-0, the rezoning of the properties from C-P (Commercial Parkway), R-A (Residential Agricultural) and M-1(Light Industrial and Warehousing) to R-3 (Multiple-Family Dwelling) with the condition that the comprehensive plan map amendment (large scale) is approved.


Town Center Overlay District.  Council held a public hearing and approved, 5-1, with Deputy Mayor Bentley opposed, Ordinance No. 2018-07, revising the Town Center Overlay zoning district adding design criteria and expanding the list of prohibited uses.


Ordinance Regulating Removal of Hurricane Shutters.  Council held a public hearing and took no action on a potential ordinance.  Staff was directed to communicate the existing requirements stemming from the Florida Building Code.


Consent Agenda.  Council unanimously approved the following:

  • The Regular City Council meeting minutes for Tuesday, April 3, 2018.

  • The Second Quarter FY2017-2018 Budget Status Report.

  • The Bill of Sale for public utilities and roadways for Lake Ibis Industrial Subdivision.


Police Department Five Year Strategic Plan.
  Council adopted, 6-0, Police Chief’s Wiley’s Five Year Strategic Plan.


Landscape Maintenance Plan.  Council accepted, 6-0, the proposal from Midwestern Construction, Inc. to repair and/or replace the landscape trees at the U.S. 192 and I-95 interchange damaged by Hurricane Irma.


For additional information on these matters, call the City Clerk’s office at 321-837-7774.  City Council will meet again on Tuesday, May 1, 2018, after which this page will be updated.