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City Council Afternoon Session

May 18 @ 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

B. 1:00 P.M. REGULAR SESSION CALLED TO ORDER BY THE MAYOR
C. RECOGNITION OF SPECIAL AWARDS

1. ETC Institute’s “Leading the Way Award” for Community Survey Results

D. CONSENT AGENDA

5. Authorize City-Initiated Rezoning Application – City Owned Property -225, 226, 228, 230 E Martin Street

E. CONSENT AGENDA – PETITION ANNEXATIONS
F. CONSENT AGENDA – REQUESTS FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS

2. Business Investment Grant – Gilead Sciences, Inc.

G. CONSENT AGENDA – GRANTS
H. CONSENT AGENDA – CONTRACTS AND CONSULTANT SERVICES
I. CONSENT AGENDA – ENCROACHMENT REQUESTS
J. CONSENT AGENDA – BUDGET AMENDMENTS AND TRANSFERS
K. CONSENT AGENDA – TRAFFIC
L. PUBLIC COMMENT

1. Rules of Decorum for Public Comment

M. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION

1. Planning Commission Report

2. Rezoning Z-10-21: Creedmoor Road, approximately 200 feet south of its intersection with Sherborne Pl (District A)

3. Rezoning Z-11-21 Page Rd, on its east side, 1,700 feet south of T W Alexander Drive (District E)

4. Rezoning Z-69-20; 1302 Oberlin Road located on the eastern side, at the northwestern intersection of Oberlin and Annapolis Drive. (District D)

N. SPECIAL ITEMS

1. Rezoning Z-22-20: East End Market PD, at the northeastern corner of the intersection of Whitaker Mill Road and Wake Forest Road (District E)

2. Rezoning Z-44-20/TCZ-3-20: 3513 Garner Road, approximately 0.3 miles east of the intersection of Garner Road and Tryon Road (District C)

3. Rezoning Z-49-20: 3624 Tryon Road, north side, 900 feet east of Gorman Street (District D)

4. Public Requests for Text Change Authorization

5. Tax Increment Grant Policy

6. Community Engagement Update

O. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER

1. COVID-19 Pandemic Update and Return to Workplace Planning

2. Federal Emergency Solutions Grant – Supplemental Allocation – Funding Recommendations

3. Proposed Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Program for the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2021

P. MATTERS SCHEDULED FOR PUBLIC HEARING

1. Rezoning Z-65-20: NCSU Centennial Campus, on the south and west sides of Centennial Parkway, between Avent Ferry Road and Lake Wheeler Road (District D)

2. Rezoning Z-70-20: 314 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and Ellington Street, approximately 0.25 miles east of the intersection of Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and South Wilmington Street. (District C)

3. Subject: Rezoning Z-4-21: 3425 Rock Quarry Road, located approximately 0.2 miles north of the intersection of Rock Quarry Road and Sunnybrook Road (District C)

4. Rezoning Z-5-21: Pearl Road, on the east side approximately ½-mile south of its intersection with Rock Quarry Road (District C)

5. Rezoning Z-6-21: 0 Rock Quarry Road, approximately 0.13 miles southeast of the intersection of Rock Quarry Road and Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard (District C)

6. Rezoning Z-7-21: 3095 Gresham Lake Road on the southern side, located approximately a quarter mile east of its intersection with I-540 (District A)

7. TC-19-19: Administrative Alternate Changes

Q. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION COMMITTEE

1. No Report

2. Items Pending

R. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE GROWTH AND NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE

1. No Report

2. Items Pending

S. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE SAFE, VIRANT AND HEALTHY COMMUNITIES COMMITTEE

1. No Report

2. Items Pending

T. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE TRANSPORTATION AND TRANSIT COMMITTEE

1. No Report

2. Items Pending

U. REPORT FROM THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL

1. Individual Reports from the Mayor and Council Members

V. APPOINTMENTS

1. Hispanic and Immigrant Affairs Board – One Vacancy

2. Human Relations Commission – Two Vacancies -Alternate Members

3. Police Advisory Board – Two Vacancies – Alternate members

4. Fair Housing Hearing Board – Two Vacancies

W. NOMINATIONS

1. Historic Cemeteries Advisory Board/Historic Resources and Museums Advisory Board – Possible Merger

2. Arts Commission – One Vacancy

3. Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission – One Vacancy

4. Human Relations Commission – One Vacancy

5. Planning Commission – One Vacancy

6. Raleigh Historic Development Commission – Five Vacancies

7. Raleigh Transit Authority – One Vacancy

8. Substance Abuse Advisory Commission – One Vacancy

X. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY ATTORNEY
Y. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY CLERK

1. Minutes – Various

Z. ADJOURN
1. Adjourn Meeting

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Date:
May 18
Time:
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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