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04.07.2010 ZONING MINUTES - APRIL 72010 CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MINUTES APRIL 7, 2010 1. CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL OF MEMBERS: The City Council sitting as the Zoning Board,met in regular session on Wednesday,April 7, 2010,beginning at 7:12 p.m.,in the City Council Chambers 1515 NW 167,'Street,Building 5,Suite 200, Miami Gardens, Florida. The following members of the City Council were present: Mayor Shirley Gibson, Vice Mayor Aaron Campbell Jr., and Council members Barbara Watson, Andre Williams, Melvin L. Bratton and Sharon Pritchett. Councilman Oliver G. Gilbert arrived at 7:27 p.m. Prior to that arrival, a motion was offered by Councilwoman Pritchett, seconded by Councilman Bratton to excuse Councilman Gilbert's absence. This motion passed and carried by a 6-0 voice vote. Also in attendance were: City Manager Dr.Danny O.Crew,City Attorney Sonja K.Dickens, City Clerk Ronetta Taylor, Assistant City Manager Daniel Rosemond, Development Services Director Jay Marder and Zoning Administrator Cyril Saiphoo. 2. INVOCATION: Vice Mayor Campbell delivered the Invocation. 3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Recited in unison. 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: 4-A) March 3,2010—Regular Zoning Minutes Motion offered by Councilman Bratton, seconded by Vice Mayor Campbell to approve the minutes, with necessary corrections, if any. This motion passed and carried by a 6-0 voice vote. 5. AGENDA ORDER OF BUSINESS (ADDITIONS/DELETIONS/AMENDMENTS)BUSINESS(items shad be pulled from the Consent Agenda at this time): Motion offered by Vice Mayor Campbell, seconded by Councilman Bratton to approve the official agenda. This motion passed and carried by a 6-0 voice vote. Clerk Taylor sworn in all parties participating in this Quasi-Judicial Proceeding. Cyril Saiphoo, Zoning Administrator read into the record the process used for this Quasi- Judicial Proceeding. Zoning Minutes April 7,2010 Page 1 of 12 ZONING MINUTES - APRIL 7, 2010 6. PRESENTATION(S) None 7. CONSENT AGENDA None 8. FIRST READING (ORDINANCE)IPUBLIC HEARING(S) None 9. ORDINANCE(S) SECOND READING/PUBLIC HEARING(S) None 10. ORDINANCE(S)FOURTH SECOND READING/PUBLIC HEARING(S) 10-A) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, ADOPTING THE CITY'S LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, ATTACHED HERETO AS EXHIBIT "A;" PROVIDING FOR GENERAL PROVISIONS; PROVIDING FOR ADMINISTRATION; PROVIDING FOR CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT AND IMPACT FEES; PROVIDING FOR ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR HOUSING REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS;PROVIDING FOR SUBDIVISION AND PLAT REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR PERMITTED USES; PROVIDING FOR DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS;PROVIDING FOR ACCESSORY USES;PROVIDING FOR OFF-STREET PARKING AND VEHICULAR CIRCULATION STANDARDS; PROVIDING FOR DESIGN STANDARDS; PROVIDING FOR LANDSCAPE AND BUFFERING STANDARDS; PROVIDING FOR SIGNAGE REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR CERTAIN DISTRICTS; PROVIDING FOR DEFINITIONS; PROVIDING FOR MASTER USE LIST AND MASTER USE DEFINITIONS; PROVIDING FOR OFFICIAL ZONING MAP, ATTACHED HERETO AS EXHIBIT "B;" PROVIDING FOR THE ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS IN CONFLICT;PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.. (SPONSORED BY THE CITY MANAGER) Daniel Rosemond, Assistant City Manager/Community Development Director appeared before the City Council to expound on this item. He said this has been a work in progress. The City's staff has been really trying to adopt a document that would relate entirely to the City. This was deferred from the March Zoning meeting because staff wanted to reach out to stakeholders, specifically to commercial property owners for their input. That has been done. There are notes Zoning Minutes April 7,2010 Page 2 of 12 ZONING MINUTES - APRIL 7J2010 provided in the package detailing that discussion. The intent of this document is to be the guide/map of what properties in the city should look like. It is a tool that should encourage greater economic development and redevelopment within the city. This document will not capture everything and it is not intended to do that. As issues are discovered, this document can always be amended and improved. Cyril Saiphoo,Zoning Administrator said there were two changes discussed when this item was initially heard on second reading. One of those changes related to notices to the public. Previously,the notice was within five hundred feet. That requirement has been changes to just eh abutting property owners. There was also discussion about allowing the city to administratively extend the hours of operations,not just for bars but for any other establishment the city may end up regulating the hours for. Since that time staff has meet with several property owners. An executive summary was provided,which summarizes some of those issues. One of the concerns,which will probably be stated here tonight relates to the new landscape requirements. A change was made to require landscaping along major corridors. Jeff Cogan,American Planning Group appeared before the City Council to further expound on this item. He stated this has been a major undertaking on the part of the city's staff and his firm. We have assisted staff in getting this document prepared and to the Council in a timely manner. It is anticipated this document will be revisited over the course of the next month and even over the years to deal with new issues as they come up. Motion offered by Vice Mayor Campbell, seconded by Councilman Bratton to adopt this item. Motion offered by Councilwoman Watson, seconded by Vice Mayor Campbell to approve those proposed amendments made by staff and mentions during staff's report. Councilwoman Pritchett asked whether the audience was aware of the proposed amendments being made by staff. Mayor Gibson asked that staff provide copies of the proposed amendments to the members of the audience. Motion offered by Vice Mayor Campbell,seconded by Councilwoman Watson to suspend the motion to amend until staff has provided the audience with copies of the proposed amendments. This motion passed and carried by a 6-0 voice vote. Mayor Gibson passed the gavel to Vice Mayor Campbell. Motion offered by Mayor Gibson,seconded by Councilman Gilbert to amend Section 14-60, to allow the following exception"that only developers of a large scale project comprising of forty (40)or more acres may be permitted to satisfy this section by making all practical attempts to meet the requirements of this section, but when not practical to do so, may satisfy this requirement by making a monetary contribution in accordance with Section 14-60(C)(pg.228),in an amount to be Zoning Minutes April 7,2010 Page 3 of 12 ZONING MINUTES - APRIL 7, 2010 determined by the City. All such exceptions shall be approved by the City Manager. Attorney Dickens said this language will constitute an additional subsection. Councilman Williams for clarification purpose asked what is the benefit of this and opined we are obviously targeting a specific parcel. Mayor Gibson said this speaks to large parcels within the city might have that been developed and having a difficult time trying to meet specific requirements (e.g. tree canopy). Councilwoman Pritchett asked it is known how many parcels of this type would be available within the City. She further asked for clarification as to what account the monetary contribution would go into. Attorney Dickens explained that information is already outlined in the Code, more particularly in Section 1-60(C). It explains the account should be set aside and what the purpose of the account is. Councilwoman Pritchett thanked Attorney Dickens for providing that information. She stated that she had read that however, because the people in the audience did not have this information it is important to verbally share the information. Manager Crew said the money would go directly into the Capital Projects Fund. Councilman Williams for clarification purposes said the only land with forty or more acres, that he was aware of is the property the city acquired near WalMart. Manager Crew in response to Councilman Williams' question said this provision does not apply to vacant land because vacant land can be designed to meet the code. Councilman Williams asked what current developed parcels would this apply too. Manager Crew in response to Councilman Williams' question said this could apply the car auction property, Dolphin Stadium, Calder Race Course, and the two universities. Councilman Williams asked whether the language"exceptions shall be approved by the City Manager"was typical language. Attorney Dickens said this language would be suffice to however the Council wanted it. Generally as it relates to Zoning Code items, they come through staff, generally the Planning and Zoning Department. However,due to the nature of this particular provision,the Mayor wanted it so that the Manager made the final determination. She suggested perhaps entertaining language to say that the Manager's decision can be appealed to the Council,but not that the Council makes the final decision. Zoning Minutes April 7,2010 Page 4 of 12 ZONING MINUTES - APRIL7, 2010 Councilman Williams said he was concerned because the City Manager was the ultimate decision maker. Attorney Dickens explained right now there is no appeal process. She explained the way it is written now is that the City Manager makes the final decision. She suggested that if a property owner and the City Manager could not come to a decision that at that point the property could bring the matter before the Council. She recommended that the Council not be the final decision maker in all applications,just those on appeal. Councilman Williams said he trusted the City Manager's judgment but opined the Council should be involved in the appellant process. Mayor Gibson said she did not have a problem with the Council being involved in the appeal process. Councilman Gilbert said there should be two distinctions that are appealed: 1)if the amount cannot be agreed upon; and 2) whether all practical efforts have been made. He said this is the administrative variance procedure. As it stands the City Manager and staff has the ability to make any number of decisions that do not come before this Council. He opined the Council should not deviate from the administrative variance procedure by adding an appeal process,especially since this provision is not in place for residents. Mayor Gibson asked if there was a separate process for residents. Attorney Dickens in response to Mayor Gibson's question replied, we do not. There being no further discussion on the amendment sponsored by Mayor Gibson,the motion passed and carried by a 6-1 vote. Councilman Bratton: Yes Councilman Gilbert: Yes Councilwoman Pritchett: No Councilwoman Watson: Yes Councilman Williams: Yes, Mayor Gibson: Yes Vice Mayor Campbell: Yes Motion offered by Councilman Williams to amend Section 14-60(C)to provide in the event of impass between city officials and landowners and they are unable to result the matter, the property owner may propose a resolution to be submitted to the City Council for review and approval. This motion died for a lack of a second. The motion previously suspended, which provided for the incorporation of the proposed amendments made by staff into the document. This motion passed and carried by a 6-1 vote. Zoning Minutes April 7,2010 Page 5 of 12 ZONING MINUTES - APRIL 7, 2010 Councilman Bratton: Yes Councilman Gilbert: Yes Councilwoman Pritchett: No Councilwoman Watson: Yes Councilman Williams: Yes Mayor Gibson: Yes Vice Mayor Campbell: Yes Vice Mayor Gilbert relinquished the gavel to Mayor Gibson. Mayor Gibson opened the floor for this public hearing. Attorney Allen Krischer, 701 Brickell Avenue, Miami, Florida, appeared before the City Council on behalf of Sunshine State Industrial Park and Version Wireless. Sunshine State Industrial Park has long since build out its development. In particular his clients are concerned about the landscaping code. The concern is with the specific standards outlined in the regulations. The concern is that they are inconsistent with the operation of the industrial park. For example,the new code requires that the industrial property have twenty-eight(28) shade trees. Industrial properties have a different development layout than other non commercial properties. The preference would be to have more time to work out the specifics of the standards in the landscape code. It is also understood from staff that this document is going to be a fluid document, and that there will be continued discussion and continued evolution of it. There has been a lot of dialog with staff that has been limited with some respect by the direction that has been taken from this Council. Staff has quite correctly advised that they cannot change the standards or change the policy that the Council is pursuing. He suggested that the Council direct staff to have dialog to come up with changes to the landscape code that is doable in the industrial area. As it relates to the wireless standards,there are some inconsistencies with federal regulations as well as changes recently adopted by the state. His clients would like to in the coming weeks and months,sit down with staff to come up with proposes to fit technical issues that may be in the code, and have staff come back to Council with proposed changes. Councilman Bratton asked what is the standard for tree canopy in other areas. Attorney Krischer said in other areas such as Miami-Dade County, Doral, the standard is fifteen(15)trees. The City of Miami Gardens has the highest standard for an industrial park. Councilman Gilbert said from his understanding the City Manager and staff has discussions with individuals,then bring proposals to the council for consideration all the time. He opined that staff did not need the Council's permission to talk to people. Mayor Gibson conveyed her belief that staff did have conservations with Mr.Krisher. Staff however, did not bring any recommendations before the Council for consideration. Attorney Krischer clarified that he had a number of conversations with staff about a wide variety of concerns with the Zoning Code. Staff was very solicitous of the process that was going to Zoning Minutes April 7,2010 Page 6 of 12 ZONING MINUTES - APRIL 7, 2010 happen tonight. Manager Crew said he did not have a problem with meeting with Attorney Krisher within the next ninety days to discuss possible changes to this document. Graham Penn, 200 South Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida, appeared before the City Council representing CamAm Associates,Home Depot USA,Inc.,DR Horton,Cornerstone,Warren Henry Motors and Lehman Properties. He stated that he represented multiple business and property owners within the City. He stated that he was concerned with simple typos and technical errors up to policy decisions that will impact existing and future development. He is most concerned with: 1) Non-conforming issues and: 2) vested rights. This new code will virtually render all existing developments in the city non-conforming. This means that a large percentage of this city could not be rebuilt,if it was destroyed by a hurricane. It also means a building cannot be expanded. Staff has included a provision that does allow expansion under certain circumstances (up to twenty-five percent). Many of the non-conforming uses involve a lease. One would want to avoid a situation where the city claims a use has been abandoned because a lessee vacates property, for example a restaurant hypothetically the new code would make that restaurant illegal. Under the term of the abandoned provision,the tenant left and the property owner has been trying to lease the property for six months, it could be determined that the property has been abandoned. He is asking that as long as a property that is leasing a unit and is attempting to get someone in there,that that not be deemed abandoned.He asked that the build out for the industrial park landscaping requirement be done under the old provisions. Attorney Penn addressed the concern of vested rights (grandfathering). There are two categories in the new document: If the residential property was approved by the City after January 1, 2009,the property is automatically vested. The second category is everything else. The problem is many of his clients have projects that were approved by the City and or staff predating January 1, 2009. He suggested providing for a one year provision to claim vested rights, especially with the current economic crisis. He recommended that if the Council adopts the regulations tonight to entertain a motion to include his suggested recommendation, or in the alternative direct staff to process subsequent amendments consistent with their request. Councilman Gilbert asked whether Attorney Penn's clients were in compliance with the landscaping code. Attorney Penn said his clients landscaping is consistent with Miami-Dade County's Code, which was adopted in 1995. However,they are not consistent with what the City proposing. Councilman Gilbert said he wanted the dialog between staff and Attorney Penn to be productive with the understanding that Miami Gardens is going to look a certain way. Councilman Williams asked about the amendment process for the Land Development Regulations, if this document is approved tonight. Attorney Dickens in response to Councilman Williams'question stated all amendments come Zoning Minutes April 7,2010 Page 7 of 12 ZONING MINUTES - APRIL 7, 2010 to the Council through recommendations from staff. Other than that,the only other amendments can be made by recommendation from the dais. She shared some of the recommendations made by the presenters will be reviewed by staff and will probably be brought back to the Council for consideration and approval. Michael Radell, 200 South Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida, appeared before the City Council representing CanAm Associates,Palmetto Lakes Industrial Park. He stated that he wanted to talk about the industrial project in Palmetto Lakes Industrial Park. He stated that he was focused entirely on the issue of the landscape regulations. No one has quantified the actual cost of the required landscaping. He opined the Palmetto Lakes Industrial currently comply with the landscape code requirements. He said in order to bring the entire city up to code would be approximately 150 million dollars. Of that approximately 90 million dollars would relate to industrial and 60 million would relate to single family residential. He emphasized it is important to understand the cost of compliance. He opined the better way of approaching compliance,here is to deal with it in a way that existing parcels are grandfathered. Mayor Gibson asked Attorney Radell if had considered in his calculations the loss to the businesses and the City if nothing was done. She asked the City Manager what was the value of properties in this city in 2003. Manager Crew in 2003 the value was 3 billion, now it is close to 5 billion. Mayor Gibson commented,so doing nothing it could have stayed at 3 billion. She reiterated there is a dollar amount. Doing nothing has a dollar amount. Doing something has a dollar amount. Attorney Radell said the concern is the additional cost would become a reduction in the value of the property. The property owners do not have a way of recouping the cost of the landscaping therefore it represents a reduction. The compromise would be that commercial and residential property owners would provide fruit trees. However,with the existing landscaping space there is a problem with adding the additional required trees. Mayor Gibson stated that it just cannot remain the same. The Council is amiable to listening to everyone tonight, and what they have to say. Councilman Gilbert stated as a practical matter he understood Attorney Radell's argument better when he talked about the industrial use at the Park. However,when talking about commercial use especially along 183`d Street and NW 27th Avenue,which are the major thoroughfares through the City. Attorney Radell concurred with Councilman Gilbert comments and shared the enhancement of those major corridors were included in his proposal. Vice Mayor Campbell asked about the logistics of approving or disapproving this item. He opined there needs to be additional discussion about the concerns raised,and recommendations made by the presenters. He said he was sympathetic to their issues, as well as to the fact that he has Zoning Minutes April 7,2010 Page 8 of 12 ZONING MINUTES - APRIL 7, 2010 watched the industrial areas near the Palmetto Expressway,and how that area has been deteriorating. He asked what can be done to attract more businesses to come into this area. He shared that he has noticed,while traveling through the Sunshine Industrial Park area,the deplorable conditions there. He shared that he has been living in this community since 1965,and the Sunshine Industrial Park use to be a real nice place. He emphasized the importance of having an attractive look in order to attract businesses. He opined property owners should be motivated to do something, rather than doing nothing. Manager Crew opined there is room for staff to take a second look at the document. Being such a comprehensive document staff did not have enough time to spend on everything that it should have. However,there is a provision in this document that provides that business do not have to meet the standards,if it is not practical,or does not work on the property. These situations will be looked at on an individual basis. Attorney Dickens stated that she did not want it to appear that the City has a code that is not legally sufficient. She said the code is legally sufficient and suggested that the Council approve the code tonight. As Council has suggested,after approval staff will look at the code, and bring back recommendations in some cases, in others no recommendations might be made by staff. Manager Crew further shared the land owner has five (5)years to comply. Councilman Williams shared that he is a small business owner in the City who leases space along 441. He said the cost associated with meeting this Code is obviously a concern to him. He opined his landlord will not be able to do that. He said he was extremely sensitive to a process that allows flexibility. Jeffrey Bercow, 200 South Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida, appeared before the City Council representing Warren Henry Motors and Lehman Auto Enterprises. He commended the authors of the Land Development Regulations for doing a great job. He opined ninety-eight(98%) percent is very good. He shared that his clients are concern with the new landscape regulations and how this would affect their dealerships. These dealerships have a significant economic impact on the city. Together they employ between 600-700 people. He said it will be difficult for both dealerships to comply with the landscaping requirement due in part to the very small amount of landscaping area. He suggested amending the Land Development Regulations to remove car dealerships from the landscape regulations. He further asked that the Mazda Dealership property continued to be a dealership use and not a mixed use. Councilwoman Pritchett asked whether Attorney Bercow knew, out of that 600-700 employees employed between both dealerships,how many were City of Miami Gardens' residents. Attorney Bercow said he did not have the answer to that question but make every attempt to have this information available when this item comes up again. He shared personal knowledge that Warren Zin grew up in this area and makes every attempt to hire residents from the area. Councilman Gilbert asked whether staff had reviewed the recommendations made by Zoning Minutes April 7,2010 Page 9 of 12 ZONING MINUTES - APRIL 7, 2010 Attorney Bercow. Manager Crew in response to Councilman Gilbert's question said staff has not reviewed the recommendations. However,this will open up a dialog between the property owner and staff. Mr. Saiphoo further stated this is the first time staff is reviewing this information. Councilwoman Watson said Attorney Bercow indicated there was a desire to change the zoning designation of the property at 207th Street NW 2nd Avenue(Mazda Dealership). She asked for a status update on this issue. Manager Crew said he would have to speak with the property owner because as it now stands there is an approved site plan on the property. Brian Adler, 200 South Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida, appeared before the City Council representing LEN,LLC. He commended the authors of the Land Development Regulations Code for a job well done. Staff has been very amiable in working with his office.He opined a lot of the concerns raised tonight relates to the landscape code and its application toward existing development. He placed emphasis these are tough economic times and these regulations requirement may hurt the land owners trying to come into compliance with the landscape code. He shared that it is often times less expensive to plant trees and the initial time of the development as opposed to existing development having to come into compliance with the planting of additional trees. Marc Napolitano, 1521 NW 165`1'Street,Miami Gardens,Florida,appeared before the City Council as a property owner in Sunshine Industrial Park. He stated that he is one of the owners who takes pride,and has invested a lot of money in his property. He said unfortunately he cannot control what other property owners do with their property. Letters are sent out trying to encourage everyone to keep up their property. He said was not objecting to the improvements. His objection is with the scale of the improvements. He shared that Miramar Industrial Park is one of the nicest looking industrial parks around, with plenty of landscaping and striping. However, with these tough economic times,they are having a hard time attracting businesses to their location. He emphasized the importance of involving the property owners at the initial phase of a project such as the Sign Code and the Land Regulations Code rather than the last three weeks prior to adoption. He asked that the Council table this item to allow the property owners to work through some of the concerns raised by presenters. He stated one of the biggest concerns in the industrial park at present is crime. There has been a spike in crime in the last two month. Chief Boyd has been very amiable to working with the property owners in addressing this concern. He further asked for a grace or warning period for code violations. He reemphasized the importance of the property owners involved in the process, at the initial beginning. Councilman Williams for clarification purposes asked the City Attorney that her earlier recommendation was to approve this item. Attorney Dickens said the item can be voted up or down,she cannot tell the Council how to vote. She stated the landscape provision will not go into effect for five years,therefore it does not Zoning Minutes April 7,2010 Page 10 of 12 ZONING MINUTES - APRIL 7, 2010 make sense to delay the item. Councilman Williams asked what other issues will be involved if this item is deferred. Attorney Dickens said there is a moratorium in place that will run out, and the City will be left with Miami-Dade's Code. Councilman Williams said there have been some serious issues raised here tonight. He said he was uncomfortable voting for something where there are so many unresolved issues. Attorney Dickens stated for the record there are no unresolved issues from staff's perspective. The document in front of the Council tonight is a legal document. While it may not be what everybody wants, it is a legal document. She stated with respect to changes that will need to be made, she can respect that. She further stated that she expect there will be some recommendations coming forward from staff after discussion with the property owners. Mr. Napolitano suggested perhaps the landscape code can be compared with other municipalities. He opined Miami Gardens' landscape code is more restrictive than others. He further recommended that the permitting process be faster. Councilman Gilbert opined when considering whether to defer this item for three months or approve it tonight,one should consider new developments coming in. If this item is deferred,those new developments would also be under Miami-Dade County's Code because the City has not adopted its own. Therefore, those new developments will,have the same issues about vest rights, non-conforming uses and being grandfathered in. Joseph G.Goldstein. 701 Brickell Avenue,Miami,Florida,appeared before the City Council as a representative of Calder Race Course. He said the City's staff has addressed all of Calder's concerns. He thanked the Council for making the necessary changes. William Webb 111, 1300 NW 167`l'Street,Miami Gardens,Florida,appeared before the City Council on behalf of Sunshine Industrial Park. He shared that his family was one of the original developers of the park. He expressed concern with the landscape requirement. He likened this landscape regulation and how it does not work,with the City of Miami Gardens Police Department. Ulysses Harvard, 15800 NW 17th Place, Miami Gardens,Florida, appeared before the City Council and asked whether residential property owners will have to comply with the landscape regulations. Manager Crew said that provision has been removed for single family and duplexes. There being no other individuals to speak on this item,the public hearing closed. Motion offered by Councilman Gilbert,seconded by Vice Mayor Campbell to adopt this item as amended. This motion passed and carried by a 6-1 vote. Zoning Minutes April 7,2010 Page 11 of 12 ZONING MINUTES - APRIL 7, 2010 Councilman Bratton: Yes Vice Mayor Campbell: Yes Councilman Gilbert: Yes Councilwoman Pritchett: No Councilwoman Watson: Yes Councilman Williams: Yes Mayor Gibson: Yes Staff was directed to bring back the first amendment to the Land Development Regulars at the July 7, 2010 Zoning Meeting. 11. RESOLUTION(S)/PUBLIC HEARING(S): None 12. CITY MANAGER'S REPORT 11-A) Monthly Status Report None. 12. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business to come before this Body, and upon a motion being duly made by Councilman Bratton, the meeting adjourned at 9:33 p.m. Attest: Shir y bson, Mayor R6 netta Taylor, M%k, City Clerk Zoning Minutes April 7,2010 Page 12 of 12