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City Council Afternoon Session

August 17 @ 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Raleigh City Council

The Raleigh City Council meeting scheduled for 1 p.m. on Aug. 17 will be held remotely. The meeting will be broadcast via Cisco WebEx and available for viewing by the public through the City’s website, RTN Channel 11, and through the City’s YouTube channel. The meeting can be listened to by telephone. Instructions for doing so will be posted on the City’s website.

B. 1:00 P.M. REGULAR SESSION CALLED TO ORDER BY THE MAYOR
C. RECOGNITION OF SPECIAL AWARDS
1. Big Ideas Award Program – Downtown Listening Session

D. CONSENT AGENDA
3. Civil Service Act – Exemptions by Position

E. CONSENT AGENDA – PETITION ANNEXATIONS
F. CONSENT AGENDA – GRANTS
G. CONSENT AGENDA – EASEMENTS
H. CONSENT AGENDA – STORM DRAINAGE
I. CONSENT AGENDA – CONTRACTS AND CONSULTANT SERVICES
6. Contract Services – Affordable Rental Housing Program – Property Management Services

J. CONSENT AGENDA – ENCROACHMENT REQUESTS
K. CONSENT AGENDA – BUDGET AMENDMENTS AND TRANSFERS
1. American Rescue Plan – Phase 1 Budget Amendment

L. CONSENT AGENDA – RIGHT- OF – WAY ITEMS (CONDEMNATION REQUESTS)
M. CONSENT AGENDA – BIDS
N. CONSENT AGENDA – TRAFFIC
O. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION
1. Planning Commission Report

2. Text Change TC-3-21: Bicycle Street Cross-Sections

3. Rezoning Z-60-20: Lake Wheeler Rd, Hammell Dr, S Saunders St, north and south of Hammell Dr at its intersection with Lake Wheeler Rd and S Saunders St (District D)

4. Comprehensive Plan Amendment CP-7-21

5. Text Change TC-7-21: DX Digital Signage

6. Text Change TC-13-20: NX – Outdoor Bar Seating

7. Rezoning Z-67-20: 3249 Blue Ridge Road (portion of), approximately one third of a mile north of its intersection with Duraleigh Road (District E)

8. Rezoning Z-23-21: Kirkland Road, south side, at its intersection with Smith Reno Road (District D)

9. Rezoning Z-19-21: Sumner Blvd (portion of), at the terminus of Oak Forest Dr, approximately 1,400 feet east of its intersection with Capital Blvd. (District B)

P. SPECIAL ITEMS
1. Request for Funding – North Carolina Freedom Park

2. External Requests for Text Change Authorization

3. City Council Meetings – Order of Agenda – Public Comment and Public Hearings

Q. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER
1. Priority Capital Maintenance Projects – Parks Capital Improvement Program – Budget Transfers

R. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE HISTORIC CEMETERIES ADVISORY BOARD
1. Annual Report and Work Plan

S. PUBLIC COMMENT
1. Rules of Decorum for Public Comment

T. MATTERS SCHEDULED FOR PUBLIC HEARING
1. Public Nuisance Abatement – Property Liens

2. Petition Annexation – AX-9-21- Contiguous Inside ETJ – 712 Wilson Street (District C)

3. Utility Extension Agreement – Kinsley Subdivision, Wake Forest, NC

4. Street Closing STC-04-2021: Greenway Avenue, Holloway Terrace, and Country Club Court (District E)

5. Street Closing STC-10-2021: Old Harrison Avenue (District D)

6. Rezoning Z-55-20: Lake Wheeler Road, approximately 330’ south of Kirkland Road (District D)

7. Rezoning Z-15-21 (TCZ-1-21): N Blount St and Delway St, southeast of the intersection of N Blount St and Delway St (District C)

8. Rezoning Z-16-21: Conquest Drive, on the east side of Jones Sausage Road, approximately 0.65 miles north of its interchange with I-40 (District C)

9. Rezoning Z-22-21 (TCZ-2-21): 5601 and 5621 Atlantic Avenue, north of the intersection of Spring Forest Road and Atlantic Avenue (District A)

10. Rezoning Z-1-21: 5060 Edwards Mill Road, near Crabtree Valley Mall, approximately 0.6 miles east of the intersection of Edwards Mill Road and Creedmoor Road (NC-50) (District E)

U. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION COMMITTEE
1. No Report

2. Items Pending

V. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE GROWTH AND NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE
1. No Report & No Items Pending

W. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE SAFE, VIRANT AND HEALTHY COMMUNITIES COMMITTEE
1. No Report

2. Items Pending

X. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE TRANSPORTATION AND TRANSIT COMMITTEE
1. No Report

2. Items Pending

Y. REPORT FROM THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
1. Individual Reports from the Mayor and Council Members

Z. APPOINTMENTS
1. Fair Housing Hearing Board – One Vacancy

2. Hispanic and Immigrant Affairs Board – One Vacancy – Professional Category

3. Historic Cemeteries Advisory Board – Three Vacancies

4. Parks Recreation and Greenway Advisory Board – One Vacancy

5. Raleigh Transit Authority – One Vacancy – Alternate Member

AA. NOMINATIONS
1. Arts Commission – One Vacancy

2. Centennial Authority – Two vacancies

3. Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau

4. Hispanic and Immigrant Affairs Board – One Vacancy – Community

5. Historic Resources and Museums Advisory Board – Two Vacancies

6. Planning Commission -Two Vacancies

7. Substance Use Advisory Commission – One Vacancy

BB. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY ATTORNEY
1. Draft Ordinance – Wild and Exotic Animals

CC. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY CLERK
1. Minutes Books – Temporary Removal from Municipal Building

2. Minutes

DD. CLOSED SESSION
1. Enter Closed Session

EE. OPEN SESSION
1. Return to Open Session

2. Adjourn Meeting

Raleigh City Council Public Hearing

A special meeting of the City Council will be held Aug. 23 at 4 p.m. This meeting will be virtual. The City Council will conduct public hearings on the items originally scheduled for its Aug. 17 regular meeting.

The meeting will be broadcast via Cisco WebEx and available for viewing by the public through the City’s website, RTN Channel 11, and through the City’s YouTube channel.

Details

Date:
August 17
Time:
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Event Category:
https://raleighnc.gov/events/city-council-afternoon-session-13