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09.01.2010 Zoning Meeting ZONING MINUTES, SEPTEMBER 1, 2010 CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS REGULAR ZONING MINUTES SEPTEMBER 1, 2010 1. CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL OF MEMBERS: The City Council for the City of Miami Gardens,Florida,sitting as the Zoning Board,met in regular session on Wednesday, September 1, 2010, beginning at 7:10 p.m., in the City Council Chambers, 1515 NW 167th 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., Councilman Andre Williams and Councilman Oliver G. Gilbert III. Clerk Taylor advised that Councilwoman Pritchett alerted her office that she would be late for tonight's meeting. Motion offered by Councilman Williams, seconded by Vice Mayor Campbell to add to the official agenda, as the first order of business: A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS,FLORIDA,RELATING TO ELECTION;RATIFYING THE ELECTION RESULTS OF THE GENERAL ELECTION HELD AUGUST 24, 2010, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING COUNCIL MEMBERS;RESIDENTIAL AREA SEAT 2; RESIDENTIAL AREA SEAT 4; AND AT-LARGE SEAT 6; RATIFYING RESULTS OF SPECIAL ELECTION RELATING TO PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENTS; PROVIDING FOR ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS;PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. The motion to amend the official agenda passed and carried by a 4-0 voice vote. RESOLUTION NO. 2010-139-1321 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, RELATING TO ELECTION; RATIFYING THE ELECTION RESULTS OF THE GENERAL ELECTION HELD AUGUST 24, 2010, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING COUNCIL MEMBERS; RESIDENTIAL AREA SEAT 2; RESIDENTIAL AREA SEAT 4; AND AT- LARGE SEAT 6; RATIFYING RESULTS OF SPECIAL ELECTION RELATING TO PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENTS; PROVIDING FOR ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS;PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (SPONSORED BY THE CITY CLERK Motion offered by Vice Mayor Campbell, seconded by Councilman Gilbert to adopt this resolution. There being no discussion,the motion to adopt passed and carried by a 4-0 voice vote. Zoning Minutes September 1,2010 Page 1 of 11 ZONING MINUTES, SEPTEMBER 1, 2010 After this vote was taken,the following members of the City Council were noted as present. Councilwoman Lisa C. Davis and Councilwoman Felicia Robinson. Please note, Councilwoman Sharon Pritchett arrived at 7:32 p.m. Also in attendance at this meeting were: City Manager Dr. Danny O. Crew, City Attorney Sonja K. Dickens, City Clerk Ronetta Taylor, Assistant City Manager/Community Development Director Daniel Rosemond,Development Services Director Jay Marder and Zoning Administrator Cyril Saiphoo. 2. INVOCATION: Delivered by Mayor Gibson 3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Recited in unison. 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: 4A) July 7,2010-Regular Zoning Minutes Motion offered by Vice Mayor Campbell, seconded by Councilman Gilbert 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 to be pulled from the Consent Agenda as this time): The City Clerk swore all parties participating in this Quasi-Judicial Proceeding. Mr. Saiphoo announced the process and procedure utilized for this Quasi-Judicial Proceeding. 5. PRESENTATIONS) 6-A) Ana Rijo-Conde, AICP, ECO-Sustainability Officer -Miami-Dade County Public Schools Bhairvi Pandya,Senior Planner with the Development Services Department appeared before the City Council and announced this presentation is about the School Interlocal Agreement and the proposed amendments. Ana Rijo-Conde,ECO Sustainability Officer,Miami-Dade County Public School, 1450 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, appeared before the City Council and recounted approximately five years ago, the State of Florida Legislature mandated an Interlocal agreement between the school board the county and un-exempted municipalities. Miami Gardens was one of those un-exempted municipalities. There are several proposed amendments to the Interlocal Agreement,which the City Council can elect to adopt one or more of the amendments or none of the amendments. There are a total of 26 schools in Miami Gardens; eighteen elementary schools; five middle schools and two senior high schools. Amendment to Section 21 of the Interlocal Agreement, is a required amendment,which does Zoning Minutes September 1,2010 Page 2 of 11 ZONING MINUTES, SEPTEMBER 1, 2010 not require that it be passed, but that no action be taken on it. Currently,the Interlocal agreement requires that the School Board, Miami-Dade County, and all non-exempt municipalities. "If an amendment to this Agreement or the Bi-lateral Agreement with the County affects the uniform district-wide public school concurrency system or otherwise requires the approval of the non-exempt municipalities,it shall become effective only upon the approval of an amendment to this Agreement by the County and School Board and approval by two-thirds of the non-exempt municipalities. An amendment shall not be effective until the amendment is fully executed by the applicable parties and, where applicable, all comprehensive plan amendments are effective." Unless all agree, to the consensus Interlocal Agreement,this amendment, it will not become effective, and the unanimity requirement will be retained. Amendment No. 1. Amends Section 9.2(a) Capacity Methodology and Formula to Determine Availability of Student Stations. (Assess effects of geographic areas within one year). Amendment No. 2. Amends Section 9.2(b)Level of Service Standard(LOS)(Submit LOS Annual Reports by 9/30 of each year). Amendment No. 3. Amends Section 9.2(c)Concurrency Service Areas.(Amendments to CSA are to be accomplished in accordance with Amendment provisions) Amendment No. 4. Amends Section 9.2(d) Student Generation Multipliers. (Defines process for developing Student Generation Multipliers;would remove requirement for adoption into CDMP). Amendment No. 5. Amends Section 9.2(f)Proportionate Share Mitigation.(Reiterates that proportionate share mitigation must be approved by the School Board; Adds Charter Schools as mitigation option No. 6 (option to be exercised at the sole discretion of the School Board; Adds process for accepting mitigation in the form of money, in the event there is lack of agreement on option to be used for mitigation,with conditions(e.g. full impact of proposed development would have to be mitigated by the contribution). Amendment No. 6. Amends Section 9.3 Updates to Public School Concurrency. (Adds language to address action to be taken if there were to be a determination by the School Board to close an existing school,or delete,modify,or delay a school facility project planned in the first three years of the Work Plan, after its adoption in September). Amendment No. 7. Amends Section 22 Taking and Vested Rights.(Adds new section that reiterates the fact that nothing in the Interlocal Agreement shall be construed or applied to effect a permanent or temporary taking of private property in violation of the U.S. Constitution or Florida Constitution;the Staff Working Group,a body that presently represents 24 municipalities(including the City of Miami Gardens),the Board and the County,voted on 10/29/09 to transmit the Optional Amendments to the municipalities early 2010 for their review and/or action, as desired. The amendments' package was sent out on March 17,2010 with a request for response by 9/24/10. The amendments are entirely optional and adoption of one,more than one,all,or none would not affect the standing of the municipalities' currently Interlocal Agreement; the Staff Working Group also voted on 4/29/10 to transmit Amendment No. 1 to the municipalities by September 30,2010 with a request for response by December 31, 2010). Zoning Minutes September 1,2010 Page 3 of 11 ZONING MINUTES, SEPTEMBER 1, 2010 Councilman Williams asked Ms. Rijo-Conde to expound on the Mitigation provision. Ms. Rijo-Conde in response to Councilman Williams' inquiry explained for example if a development comes in that will add 5,000 homes in the area of impact and that development does not have all of the elements needed to meet the impact for that development. What would happen at that particular point is that the School Board,the City of Miami Gardens and the Developer would have to sit down, and look for ways to mitigate the impact that is not addressed by the current system. Under the current Interlocal Agreement, a number of different variations could be brought forth. Barbara Watson, 1240 NW 207`x' Street, Miami Gardens,Florida, appeared before the City Council to express her concerns with the proposed amendments. She shared as a former Council member she had expressed concerns with the re-districting provision, which would move all affordable housing within the City of Miami Gardens. She further expressed concern with the elimination of impact fees. She shared both of the local high schools in Miami Gardens are "F" schools,which cannot afford to be impacted with additional children. She further expressed concern with the Mitigation provision. She said those developers have the opportunity to not have to pay the proportionate ratio that is needed to support the students they will be bringing in with their development. Ms. Rijo-Conde said the recommendation for exemption from impact fees for affordable housing has not been approved by Miami-Dade County. The Impact Fee Ordinance adopted in 1995 is still in effect. Mayor Gibson asked who would actually determine where those impact fees would go when Mitigation is warranted. She said when this subject came up during a previous meeting, the representative from the School Board at that time stated that the impact fees would go to the School Board, and the City of Miami Gardens did not have any control over the fees. Ms. Rijo-Conde in response to Mayor Gibson's inquiry said the law requires that those mitigation dollars be applied to the mitigation. Therefore,those dollars from the mitigation impact fees would be applied to the development(e.g. new school,addition to an existing school,etc.) in the impacted area. Ms. Watson asked for clarity as to "immediate area" and asked whether this included the entire district. She shared at present the City of Miami Gardens is included in the same district as Aventura. Ms.Rijo-Conde in response to Ms.Watson's concern said state law governs how the impact fee from the Mitigation can be used. The impact would have to be mitigated at the level of impact. She further shared if a development comes in that does not have to mitigate,that developer would still pay an impact fee. Everybody that pulls a permit with Miami-Dade County has to pay an impact fee. Councilman Gilbert asked whether the mitigation impact could be used at another school if the boundary was changed. For example, if there are not enough seats at Miami Carol City, the Zoning Minutes September 1,2010 Page 4 of 11 ZONING MINUTES, SEPTEMBER 1, 2010 boundary could be changed so that those students could attend American High School. Ms.Rijo-Conde in response to Councilman Gilbert's comment said as per the law,that is not how it works. She explained American High is not contiguous with Miami Carol City. The schools would have to be in the same zone. Mayor Gibson further clarified that the City of Miami Gardens has two high schools(Miami Carol City and Norland High School). Therefore, if there were no seats at Miami Carol City, the only other school that would be in consideration would be Norland Senior High School. She further said the impact could also affect the parent/student because that student would have to get to where a seat is available, with or without bus transportation. Mayor Gibson broached the subject of the "student generation multiplier", from her understanding means the seats are being multiplied by all the schools within the district. Ms. Rijo-Conde said the "student generation multiplier" takes the number of units in a development, and multiply by the grade levels. Councilwoman Pritchett asked Ms.Rij o-Conde if she had provided an overview of how these proposed amendments would be beneficial to the City of Miami Gardens. Ms. Rijo-Conde said Miami-Dade School Board is not advocating for the passage of the amendments. A lot of the amendments in the bi-lateral agreement is already embedded in the Interlocal Agreement. She opined there is really no need for the City to approve the amendments because they are optional. She stated that she was trying to explain the differences and to reiterate a lot of what the City already has,in slightly different ways. One difference is the bi-lateral agreement contains a provision that would allow Public Charter Schools to be offered as mitigation,is the sole option of the School Board. However, that is not one of the concerns in the mitigation option. Ms. Watson made reference to the district and shared that most of the area is landlocked except for a few parcels in the Miami Gardens' area. The vast majority of development is prohibited in the eastern part of this sector, which is Aventura. Which means this will drive all of the development to the City of Miami Gardens. She asked what would be the benefit for the City of Miami Gardens to adopt this. She also asked what would be the disadvantage if the City did not adopt it. Ms. Rijo-Conde in response to Ms. Watson's comments said the City of Miami Gardens already has a contingency in place. This is not proposing to do anything new. The only thing that is before the Council is whether or not the Council wants to exercise its discretion. 6. CONSENT AGENDA None 7. FIRST READING (ORDINANCE)/PUBLIC HEARING(S) Zoning Minutes September 1,2010 Page 5 of 11 ZONING MINUTES, SEPTEMBER 1, 2010 8-A) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, APPROVING THE APPLICATION SUBMITTED BY MISHKAN T'HILLAH WORSHIP CENTER FOR THE REZONING OF THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2820 N.W. 167TH N.W. TERRACE, MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED ON EXHIBIT"A,"ATTACHED HERETO,FROM R-1,SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL TO NC, NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL; PROVIDING FOR THE ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (SPONSORED BY THE CITY MANAGER) Mayor Gibson asked that even though there are two separate items,the presentation will be combined as one presentation. Mr. Saiphoo, Zoning Administrator said the request is to rezone two parcels of land. The parcels are separated by NW 167th Terrace. The request is the change the zoning from residential to neighborhood commercial,which if granted will allow numerous commercial uses. After a review of the area, staff thought the neighborhood commercial use would not be compatible with the surrounding single family residential neighborhood. Dion L. Valencia, 6727 NW 151 Street, Miami Lakes, Florida, appeared before the City Council as the architect and representative of this applicant. He recounted that he was retained over two year ago to design a church for the applicant. The applicant has owned this particular site since the mid 1990's. The applicant knew the City was going through some changes and would be adopting new land development regulations, which would require the property to be rezoned. Furthermore, the City's moratorium on assembly uses also kept this application from moving forward. The majority of the programming has been placed on the north site. The "Program" is focused on many different uses, as well as making use of the existing day care center on the south side of the property. The lower impact program is on the north side of the property. A traffic study was performed and yield minimum impact. Furthermore, community outreach was done with the church members going door to door to meet with residents. A presentation similar to what is in the agenda packet was provided to the residents as well. The residents also signed indicating whether they approved or disapproved of this application. He asked that the Council approve the zoning of the north property,just as staff has made a recommendation for the south property. Mayor Gibson opened the floor for this public hearing. Etta B. Harbin, 3316 Annex Road, Miramar, Florida, appeared before the City Council to expound on this application,as well as seeking the Council's approval. She said what is not visible on the plan is the overpass across the Palmetto Expressway. This over path is utilized everyday by youth, who have no hope, and no future. Those youth were included as part of this design. The applicant is paying the cost to have a library on site and opened to the public,and conducive to an environment where non-readers,adults or youth can come in and feel comfortable in being taught by expert teachers. She shared that Mishkan T'Hillah Worship Center is a biblical church and not a Zoning Minutes September 1,2010 Page 6 of 11 ZONING MINUTES, SEPTEMBER 1, 2010 traditional church. She stated the"Church"is committed to the community and wants to give back to the community. There is a need to meet the needs of the youth and families in the community;to give them hope. There being no other interested parties to speak on this item the public hearing closed. Motion offered by Councilman Gilbert,seconded by Vice Mayor Campbell to adopt this item on first reading. Councilman Gilbert asked how many entrances are on the site. Mr.Valencia said there is one entrance on the south side. There is an entrance on the other side and a one-way exit out. There is also a service entrance near the fellowship hall. The entire load of traffic is coming from NW 167th Terrace. Councilman Gilbert said the traffic would flow better if people could exit off of NW 27th Avenue and 167th Street and go right onto the property. Vice Mayor Campbell said his concern is with the north side,which is Item 813. He shared that one of his concerns was answered, which had to do with whether the residents near the north side had been contacted. He expressed concern that if this item is approved and something happened and the church was never built, this property would then be subject to commercial use. He asked whether a covenant can be adopted,if this item is approved to say that the property can only be used for institutional use Attorney Dickens said unfortunately the City cannot do that. The courts in Florida have clearly stated that no conditional re-zoning or contract re-zoning can be done. This would be considered conditional re-zoning. Councilman Williams conveyed his support of both applications. He explained that he is a real estate attorney therefore he understands all the land use and zoning implications of this property. He shared that he grew up in Miami Gardens and went to Mt. Hermon, which is located in a residential area. He said in fact there are many churches located in residential areas. He said he has seen those churches contributing to the overall benefit of the entire community. He further shared that Mt. Hermon has since relocated to another area in the City, which is also in a residential community. That church is always filled to capacity, and there are no complaints from the surrounding residents. Motion offered by Councilman Williams, seconded by Vice Mayor Campbell to defer item 8A until discussion is held on Item 813. The motion to defer passed and carried by a 7-0 voice vote. Mayor Gibson stated for the record that she was serving on the Community Council when the Mt.Hermon item came before that"Council". The proposed sanctuary was too big for the site. Mt. Hermon had to go back and redesign making it smaller because they did not have the space on the site. She commented sometimes adjustments have to be made when you want something built. Zoning Minutes September 1,2010 Page 7 of 11 ZONING MINUTES, SEPTEMBER 1, 2010 After Item 8B was voted on the motion to recall item 8-A passed and carried by a 7-0 voice vote. There being no further discussion on Item 8-A,the motion to adopt passed and carried by a 7- 0 vote. Vice Mayor Campbell: Yes Councilwoman Davis: Yes Councilman Gilbert: Yes Councilwoman Pritchett: Yes Councilwoman Robinson: Yes Councilman Williams: Yes Mayor Gibson: Yes Councilwoman Pritchett for clarification purposes asked if the library would be opened to the public. Pastor Harbin concurred that it would. 8-B) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, APPROVING THE APPLICATION SUBMITTED BY MISHKAN T'HILLAH WORSHIP CENTER FOR THE REZONING OF THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2801 N.W. 167TH N.W. TERRACE, MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED ON EXHIBIT KA,"ATTACHED HERETO,FROM R-1,SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL TO NC, NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL; PROVIDING FOR THE ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (SPONSORED BY THE CITY MANAGER) Mayor Gibson referenced the entrance for the trash pickup on the back and asked whether this could be moved because the trash is not going to be picked up when service is being conducted. She expounded that on NW 168th Street an entrance came be made to come in from 27th Avenue. She said an easier access into the site would be from NW 32nd Avenue onto 168th Street. Mr.Valencia said people attending the church would have two choices if traveling from the west or east(NW 167th Street,NW 167th Terrace and NW 168th Street). Mayor Gibson clarified that she was referencing NW 168th Street because it abuts homes on the backside. Attorney Dickens suggested that the Council makes its recommendations to staff. This item will have to go through the site plan approval, as well as fire and police approval. Mayor Gibson said her recommendation would be that the applicant agree to look at moving or closing the entrance on the back contingent on the fact that they have an alternate side. Zoning Minutes September 1,2010 Page 8 of l 1 ZONING MINUTES, SEPTEMBER 1, 2010 Mr. Valencia replied, "duly noted." Mayor Gibson asked if the entrance is on 167 'Street,the cars will still be able to enter from NW 167th Terrace. Mr. Valencia said this is correct. Vice Mayor Campbell said staff's recommendation on this item is to deny this application. However,the motion will be to approve this application. Motion offered by Councilman Gilbert,seconded by Vice Mayor Campbell to adopt this item on first reading. There being no further discussion,the motion to adopt this item on first reading,passed and carried by a 7-0 vote. Vice Mayor Campbell: Yes Councilwoman Davis: Yes Councilman Gilbert: Yes Councilwoman Pritchett: Yes Councilwoman Robinson: Yes Councilman Williams: Yes Mayor Gibson: Yes Motion offered by Councilman Gilbert, seconded by Vice Mayor Campbell to go back to item 8A. Please note, Councilman Gilbert declared a conflict and left the meeting at 9:02 p.m. 8. ORDINANCE(S) SECOND READING/PUBLIC HEARING(S) ORDINANCE NO. 2010-21-229 9-A) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, APPROVING THE APPLICATION SUBMITTED BY FLORIDA MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY,INC.,FOR THE REZONING OF THE PROPERTY GENERALLY LOCATED AT 42ND AVENUE AND N.W.156TH STREET,MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED ON EXHIBIT"A,"ATTACHED HERETO,FROM R-2, DUPLEX RESIDENTIAL AND R-15, MULTIPLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL TO PD, PLANNED DEVELOPMENT; PROVIDING FOR A DECLARATION OF RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS; PROVIDING FOR THE ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.(SPONSORED BY THE CITY MANAGER)(1st Reading—July 7,2010) Jay Marder provided a brief synopsis of the application. Zoning Minutes September 1,2010 Page 9 of 11 ZONING MINUTES, SEPTEMBER 1, 2010 Mayor Gibson informed the applicant that this would be the time to make a presentation however the two new Council members have been briefed on this matter, and had their questions answered by the City Attorney. Therefore it was not necessary for the applicant to make a full presentation. Mayor Gibson opened the floor for this public hearing. After were no interested parties to speak on this item,the public hearing was closed. Motion offered by Vice Mayor Campbell,seconded by Councilwoman Pritchett to adopt this item. Councilwoman Pritchett commended Florida Memorial University for its vision for the future and our children. She said the architect aesthetically thought about the City when designing this project. Councilman Williams said from what he can see a major portion of this project is the building of dormitories. He asked if subcontractors would be used to do the actual work. Ken Talbert,a representative from Dwight Stephens'Construction company appeared before the Council in response to Councilman Williams' inquiry. He said subcontractors would be utilized in this project(electrical,plumbing, structure,carpenters, landscapers,carpet layers,etc.). He said there will be quite a few jobs available. There will be approximately 150 men on site working in the beginning however, once the project is in full swing there could be approximately 300 people working on the project at the same time. A committed was made to Florida Memorial University to use 100%minority participation. Councilman Williams asked what percentage of the 300 workers would not require a certain skill. Mr. Talbert said the unskilled laborer would be approximately ten(10)percent. Councilman Williams shared a job fair was held last month for unskilled workers,with over 250 individuals responding. He said he cannot demand anything but asked if it would be possible for Dwight Stephens Construction to host a job fair to hire unskilled laborers for this project. Mr. Talbert in response to Councilman Williams' inquiry said this can be done. Councilman Williams asked who would Dwight Stephens Construction Company follow up with to make this happen. Manager Crew said the Deputy City Manager would be the individual to contact. Councilman Williams ask that staff provide an update on this matter. At the conclusion of this discussion,the motion to adopt passed and carried by a 6-0 vote. Zoning Minutes September 1,2010 Page 10 of 11 _ ZONING MINUTES, SEPTEMBER 1, 1 2010 Councilman Gilbert: recused Councilwoman Pritchett: Yes Councilwoman Robinson: Yes Councilman Williams: Yes Councilwoman Davis: Yes Vice Mayor Campbell: Yes Mayor Gibson: Yes 10. RESOLUTION(S)/PUBLIC HEARING(S): RESOLUTION NO.2010-140-1322-Z-96 10-A) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY ATTORNEY TO TAKE ALL STEPS NECESSARY TO VACATE THAT CERTAIN 30.0'WIDE PORTION OF N.W. 159 STREET ON PROPERTY KNOWN AS FLORIDA MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY,MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED IN EXHIBIT "A" ATTACHED HERETO; PROVIDING FOR THE ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS;PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (SPONSORED BY THE CITY MANAGER) Mayor Gibson opened the floor for this public hearing. After there were no interested parties to speak on this item,the public hearing closed. Motion offered by Councilwoman Pritchett,seconded by Councilwoman Robinson to adopt this item. This motion passed and carried by a 6-0 voice vote. 11. CITY MANAGER'S REPORT 11-A) Monthly Status Report 12. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business to come before this Body, and upon a motion being duly made the meeting adjourned at 9:10 p.m. Attest: - Shirle Gi son, ayor Ronetta Taylor, MM , ity Clerk Zoning Minutes September 1,2010 Page 11 of 11