REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COMMISSION
March 24, 2021, at 3:30 p.m.
Mayor Phil Anderson
Commissioner Marty Sullivan
Commissioner Sheila DeCiccio
Commissioner Carolyn Cooper
Commissioner Todd Weaver
City Manager Randy Knight
City Attorney Kurt Ardaman
City Clerk Rene Cranis
1) Meeting Called to Order Vice-Mayor Cooper called the meeting to order at 3:30 p.m.
2) Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance Reverend Alison Harrity, St. Richards Episcopal Church, provided the invocation, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance
3) Oath of Office Mayor Anderson was issued the oath of office by his wife, Jennifer. Mayor Anderson thanked his family for their support and expressed his appreciation for the members of the Commission and the city's residents. He spoke on the city's charm and character and expressed his intent to represent the citizens into the future.
4) Approval of Agenda Motion made by Commissioner DeCiccio to approve the agenda; seconded by Commissioner Sullivan. Motion carried unanimously with a 5-0 vote.
5) Mayor’s Report Mayor Anderson said that tours of the new Library and Event Center are being offered on Thursdays and urged the public to contact the Library to schedule a tour.
6) City Manager’sReport a. Schedule Strategic PlanningWork Session Mr. Knight advised that a work session has been scheduled for Tuesday, March 30th at 10:00 a.m. Mayor Anderson stated the purpose of the work session is for the commission to present their list of priorities in advance of a strategic planning session.
b. City Manager's Report Mr. Knight stated that Congresswoman Murphy has requested the city’s two projects for federal earmark funds by April 1st. The projects must be constructed within 12 months of approval/allocation and could include the Central Park Stage, solar awnings at the public works compound, Mead Garden improvements or parking deck at MLK Park.
After discussion on potential projects, it was agreed to add solar retrofit at the Library to the list and then discuss and narrow the list in the March 25th work session. Mr. Knight and Mayor Anderson would then discuss the list with Congresswoman Murphy.
Mr. Knight stated that one-half of theCOVID relief funding of approximately $12.9 million is anticipated in 60-90 days and the second half next year. Staff will be providing details on eligible uses of those funds which include replacement of lost revenue, broadband expansion, water and sewer projects, assistance to households, small businesses, non-profits, travel and tourism and other affected industries.
9) Citizen Comments | 5 p.m. or soon thereafter (Heard after Item 11a)
10) Consent Agenda a. Approve the minutes of the regular meeting of March 10, 2021. (Pulled by Commissioner Weaver) b. Approve the minutes of the work session of March 11, 2021. (Pulled by Commissioner Weaver) c. Approval of the following contracts: 1. Cintas Corporation - FY21-17 - Fire Protection Services; Additional $75,000 for contract term.
d. Approval of the following Formal Solicitation: 1. Monument Warehouse, LLC - RFP19-21 – Pineywood CemeteryColumbarium; Amount $235,000.
e. Approval of the following Piggyback contracts: 2. LaFleur Nurseries & Garden Center, LLC - City of Longwood, RFQ #02092017 - Landscape & Irrigation Services - Projects< $500k; Amount$300,000. Commissioner Weaver pulled Items a and b from the Consent Agenda.
Motion made by Commissioner Cooper to approve Consent Agenda Items c-e; seconded by Commissioner Weaver. There were no public comments. Upon a roll call vote, Mayor Anderson and Commissioners Sullivan, DeCiccio, Cooper and Weaver voted yes. Motion carried unanimously with a 5 – 0 vote.
Item 10a: Commissioner Weaver clarified that under his report his intent regarding re- allocation of CRA Funds was only for Comstock parking, not Harper parking.
Item 10b: Page 2, 4th paragraph: Motion made by Commissioner Weaver to amend the minutes reflect that he asked staff to have Kimley Horn to provide an example of an existing six-point roundabout and the area of the roundabout; seconded by Commissioner Cooper.
Page 2, Subarea C, Maximum Height, Commissioner Weaver said he feels it is ambiguous and should read two stories including possible rooftop. After discussion, consensus was to discuss in the next workshop to clarify the Commission’s intent.
Page 3, Subarea D, MaximumHeight. Commissioner Cooper agreed with the 5-story maximum height, but the maximum height for properties facing Orange Avenue is 2 stories. (To be addressed in the OAO work session on March 25th)
Page 4, 2nd paragraph, Motion made by Mayor Anderson to amend the work session minutes striking “at 5:15”; seconded by Commissioner Weaver.
Upon a voice vote, the motions to amend the work session minutes passed unanimously with a 5 - 0 vote.
Motion made by Commissioner Weaver to approveItems a and b as amended; seconded by Commissioner DeCiccio. Motion carried unanimously with a 5 – 0 vote.
11) Action Items Requiring Discussion Sarah Walter, Transportation Manager, gave a presentation showing the Killarney Avenue street network and cut-through traffic, prior solutions and implementation. She reviewed the existing improvements of temporary barriers at the intersection of Broadview, Dallas and Groves Avenues and bollards on Killarney south of Fairview, which has received positive feedback from residents. At the direction of the Commission, staff re-evaluated options and evaluated others that were submitted since release of the agenda packet. She reviewed the options and potential cost and basis for staff's support/rejection of each option. Staff supports Option 1 replacing the temporary barriers with a parklet at Broadview, Dallas and Grove Avenues.
In-depth discussion was held on traffic issues, solutions and impact, the 1999 Comprehensive Plan which addressed future traffic flow and solutions, and planning in anticipation of future land use changes and need for further discussion.
In response to comments by Mayor Anderson, Mrs. Walter confirmed that Option 1 is in place now with the recommendation to add the parklet at a projected cost to the city of $165,000, with a funding source to be determined. Mr. Knight advised that it could be funded from the Parks Acquisition Fund.
Commissioners Cooper and Weaver expressed their preference to use CRA funds for the parklet. Mr. Knight advised that use of CRA funds must be approved by the CommunityRedevelopment Agency.
Motion made by Commissioner DeCiccio to approve funding for parklet (approximately $165,000) and leave what is there now and to have a work session to discuss issues regarding future land use; seconded by Commissioner Cooper.
Motion made by Commissioner Weaver to reimburse the supplier of bollards; (approximately $4,000) seconded by Commissioner Sullivan.
Motion made by Commissioner DeCiccio to fund the parklet from the Parks Acquisition Fund; seconded by Commissioner Weaver.
Mary Black, 1334 Dallas Avenue, thanked the city for their work and encouraged the commission to protect the neighborhood from high density development. She spoke on the poor condition of the roads and deterioration of the neighborhood and asked the city for improvements.
Nort Northam, 120 Broadview Avenue, commented on the options presented and asked that this be tabled to allow for neighborhood and staff discussion to develop a solution.
David Sutphin, 350 Killarney Drive, supported the current plan and urged the Commission to follow the advice of the professionals who implemented the current plan.
Kimberly Woodham, 1321 Fairview Avenue, spoke in opposition to all options and in favor of a work session and asked to be notified of future discussions.
Joseph Linartas, 1310 Fairview Avenue, said he feels this is an issue of separation of the neighborhood and urged further discussion of options, all of which he opposed.
David Dickerson, 1300 Fairview Avenue, thanked the Commission for listening to their concerns and said that the bollards have significantly decreased cut-through traffic, but there may be acceptable modifications to the options presented.
James Giuliano, 867 S. Pennsylvania Avenue, commented what he sees as a lack of engagement and communication with stakeholders.
Beth Hall, 516 SylvanDrive, suggested that the parklet be added to the project list for Federal earmarked funds.
Upon a roll call vote on the motion to fund the parklet using the Park Acquisition Fund, Mayor Anderson and Commissioners Sullivan and DeCiccio voted yes. Commissioner Coopers and Weaver voted no. Motion carried with a 3 - 2 vote.
Upon a roll call vote on the motion to reimburse the supplier of the bollards, Mayor Anderson and Commissioners Sullivan, DeCiccio, Cooper and Weaver voted yes. Motion carried unanimously with a 5-0 vote.
Upon a roll call vote on the motion to build a parklet and to leave what is there now and to have a work session to deal with issues regarding future land use, Mayor Anderson and Commissioners, Sullivan, DeCiccio, Cooper and Weaver voted yes. Motion carried unanimously with a 5-0 vote.
9) Citizen Comments| 5 p.m. or soon thereafter Elizabeth Kufrovich, 600 Village Lane, spoke on the homeless population and solicitation on Semoran Boulevard and said she feels it is handled ineffectively and urged policy change to refer the homeless population to programs. Mr. Knight said the city staff works with homeless agencies to assess homeless population needs on a case by case basis and advised that solicitation in traffic is prohibited in Winter Park.
Jackie Oswalt Moore, 929 W. Fairbanks Avenue, questioned the push for higher density in the city and asked for clarification on parking for MLK Park. Mr. Knight explained that proposed grass parking spaces are between the pond by the library and Lake Island Recreation Center.
Commissioner Weaver stated that the city has an agreement with Advent Health to use 25 parking spaces after hours, but it is likely at the availability is not known and suggested that signs be installed.
Kira Calvaresi spoke on the use of 1019 FairbanksAvenue for parking and feels that communication about the parking at Advent Health is less costly than creating more parking.
James Giuliani, 867 S. Pennsylvania Avenue, said he has filed a complaint regarding a neighbor operating a business from his home and asked the city enforce its codes.
Mayor Anderson called for a recess at 6:06 and reconvened the meeting at 6:20.
Kira Calvaresi expressed her concern regarding participation in the OAO process and urged the city to invite and encourage public participation in advisory board meetings and work sessions. She asked that the parking garage development or any development on the Harper or Comstock be delayed until public input is received.
Elijah Noel, 1305 Morgan Stanley Avenue, thanked the Commission for their continued service and welcomedMayor Anderson.
b. Discuss the implementation of the Harper Street on-street parking adjacent to the new Library and Events Center and consider addition of 81 grass parking spaces south of site. This item was addressed after Item 12c.
12) Public Hearings c. Request of the City of WinterPark for: • Amendment of the Fee Schedule to re-establish an Affordable HousingFee • RESOLUTION 2246-21 – A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF WINTER PARK, FLORIDA,PROVIDING FOR AN AFFORDABLE AND WORKFORCE HOUSING PLAN; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, NON- LIMITATION OF AUTHORITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. • Joint Participation Agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Winter Park/Maitland, Inc.
Attorney Ardaman read the resolution by title.
Jeff Briggs,Principal Planner, reviewed these requests relating to the Affordable Housing Program. He responded to questions regarding the fee and use of funds and stated that automatic renewal of the agreement does not commit to funding unless it is approved in each budget year. He provided the history of fee, reasons for suspending the fee and use of fees for improvements of properties under operation of Housing Authority.
Commissioner Cooper suggested that the agreement return to the Commission for approval in five years rather than having an automatic renewal.
Motion made by Commissioner Sullivan to approve the resolution, amendment of the fee schedule to re-establish the affordable housing fee and approve the joint participation agreement; seconded by Commissioner DeCiccio.
Motion made by Commissioner Cooper to amend the resolution to incorporate the language from the CRA Plan that “the city will deliberately avoid concentrating a particular type of housing or economic class of household in specific areas. To do so would be contrary to the redevelopment goals of the city as well as unfair to the households in neighborhoods. Home ownership and single-family homes is the city’s preference.”
Mr. Briggs stated that there is no definition of concentration and that it can be construed differently when applied to buildings, an area, a block or the city limits. The intent is to make sure projects are single-family homes and townhouse.
Commissioner Cooper said she feels the focus should be on ownership, either single-family or low density and that affordable housing should be expanded and extended throughout the community.
Motion was revised by Commissioner Cooper to state that single-family or low density is the city’s preference; seconded by Mayor Anderson.
Motion made by Commissioner Cooper to amend the resolution to avoid concentrating all of our affordable housing in one specific area. (Withdrawn)
Mr. Briggs stated that, economically, it may not be feasible due to the high cost of lots in some areas of the city and as a result, affordable lots may be concentrated in certain areas. Discussion followed on impact of concentrated affordable housing and Mayor Anderson suggested a strategic discussion around workforce and affordable housing and withhold that piece to discuss as part of strategic planning.Commissioner Cooperwithdrew her motion.
Mayor Anderson commented on the automatic renewal of the five-year term and Mr. Briggs stated they would revise the agreement to exclude automatic renewal.
Commissioner Cooper clarified her motion was to allow both single-family and townhomes.
Hal George, Habitat for Humanity and Chair of Winter Park Housing Authority, thanked the city for its support of Habitat for Humanity and spoke on its projects and benefits to the community and stakeholders. He advised that there are opportunities for affordable housing funds to be used toward Housing Authority property improvements.
Andrew Bachrach and Kara Wilcox, Trinity Prep students, shared their experiences as volunteers with Habitat for Humanity and thanked the city for their support.
Upon a roll call vote on the motion to amend the resolution to include the city’s preference for single-family or townhomes, Mayor Anderson and Commissioners Sullivan, DeCiccio, Cooper and Weaver voted yes. Motion carried unanimously with a 5 – 0 vote.
Upon a roll call vote on the main motion as amended, Mayor Anderson and Commissioners Sullivan, DeCiccio, Cooper and Weaver voted yes. Motion carried unanimously with a 5-0 vote.
11) Action Items Requiring Discussion (continued) b. Discuss the implementation of the Harper Street on-street parking adjacent to the new Library and Events Center and consider addition of 81 grass parking spaces south of site.
Mr. Knight stated that as part of the Library and Event Center project, the contractor is preparing to begin construction of parking on Harper Street; however, staff is recommending as an alternative creating a grass lot south of the pond near the Lake Island Recreation Center to create 81 spaces for overflow parking for the Center as well events at the playing fields. He pointed out that the main parking lot meets code requirements for the Center and responded to questions regarding parking needs.
Commissioner Weaver proposed eliminating some parking spaces in the grass lot to avoid demolition of the Lake Island Rec Center and reduce the cost.
Mr. Knight advised that a decision on this proposal is necessary since the contractor is ready to begin construction of the on-street parking in a couple of weeks and needs to adjust their schedule if the parking is removed from the project. He added that the completion of the Center is not anticipated until the end of the year and said that if on- street parking or the grass parking are not constructed at this time, either or could be constructed at a later date.
Discussion followed on parking demands, options, timing of planned parking improvements on Harper and Comstock and impact on the Library and Event Center project. Consensus was to remove the on-street parking on HarperStreet and not move forward with the green space parking at this time.
Motion made by Mayor Anderson to table this matter to the next Commission meeting to obtain data and determine shortages and delay the start of the start of the construction of the on-street parking on Harper Street. (Failed for lack of second)
Motion made by Commissioner Weaver to delete Harper Street parking from Library construction; seconded by Commissioner Sullivan. There were no public comments. Upon a roll call vote, Mayor Anderson and Commissioners Sullivan, DeCiccio and Weaver voted yes. Commissioner Cooper voted no. Motion carried with a 4 - 1 vote.
12) Public Hearings b. Request of Lake Spier Development LLC for: Conditional Use approval to allow for the development of ten two-story townhouses on the 1.28 acres at 1915 S. Lakemont Avenue, zoned R-2.
Jeff Briggs, Principal Planner, gave a presentation on this request for conditional use approval which is needed to determine whether conditions are necessary to ensure compatibility with the adjacent neighborhood. He reviewed the plans including stormwater retention, access for public safety vehicles and access to prevent cut- through vehicle and pedestrian traffic to the adjacent neighborhood. The Planning and Zoning Board recommended approval with two conditions:
1. No motorized watercraft use, mooring, storing, tying up or access shall be permitted upon or from the property or the property’s docks. At the time of platting, a Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions shall be recorded in the public records containing language acceptable to and enforceable by the City incorporating this restriction as a deed restriction binding upon the land.
2. The emergency accessgate to Lake Spier Drive to be provided as described in the plans approved with the conditional use shall be for the City of Winter Park’s emergency vehicle use only and there shall be no pedestrian gate or other access point provided between the development and Lake Spier Drive. The homeowners’ association and lot owners shall not have access rights through the emergency access gate. The developer, at its expense, shall install the emergency access gate, emergency knox box and key box compliant with NFPA requirements. At the time of platting, a Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions shall be recorded in the public records containing language acceptable to and enforceable by the City incorporating this restriction as a deed restriction binding upon the land. Further, the final plat shall dedicate to the City an emergency access easement for the City’s use of the emergency access gate and setting forth the prohibition of access to Lake Spier Drive by the homeowners’ association and lot owners. Mr. Briggs responded to questions regarding surrounding zoning, pedestrian gate, utilities.
Commissioner Weaver expressed his concern regarding the impact to the shoreline during construction and dock placement and suggested that docks be moved in order to protect the shoreline and natural vegetation. Mr. Briggs advised that the Lakes and Waterways Board review is required for dock placement that the applicant can respond to shoreline concerns during construction.
Mr. Briggs responded to additional questions regarding lakefront setbacks, emergency vehicle access, walkability and connectivity and advised the cost of pedestrian crosswalk with signalization is approximately $15,000.
Motion made by Commissioner Cooper to approve the requests with conditions approved by Planning and Zoning Board; seconded by Commissioner Sullivan.
Motion made by Commissioner Cooper to amend the motion to require the contractor add a crosswalk with flashers and any necessary sidewalks that Planning believes are necessary to allow residents to cross Lakemont safely; seconded by Commissioner Sullivan.
Motion made by Commissioner Weaver to amend the motion to require a 4-inch, 4-foot wide sidewalk from property line to property line along Lakemont, which would provide a continuous sidewalk along Lakemont as properties redevelop to the north and south; seconded by Commissioner Cooper. (withdrawn)
Mr. Briggs advised that the amendment to require sidewalks is not necessary because city code requires sidewalks from property line to property line with a new project. What is new to this is the crosswalk.
Commissioner Weaver withdrew his amendment.
Bronce Stephenson, Director of Planning and Transportation, clarified that this portion of Lakemont is on a curve so line of sight becomes an issue which will require the crosswalk at a location determined to be safe through a study.
Motion made by Commissioner Sullivan that the area from the pond edge to the lakeshore be natural, unirrigated plantings to protect the lake from run-off; seconded by Commissioner Weaver.
Shane Acevedo, property owner and applicant, 1817 Loch Berry Road, agreed to move the docks to the east and to natural, unirrigated plantings and stated they intend to leave the seawall. He explained changes to the plans made in consideration of the neighbors and said they are committed to the crosswalk.
Debbie Ivie, 1841 Lake Spier Drive, spoke in opposition due to density, incompatibility, environment and intrusion into neighborhood. She asked that Commission consider allowing only one boat dock, requiring very low and ambient lights, prohibiting spotlights, requiring sewer hookup and that the conditions be codified in HOA documents and recorded with the plat.
Edward Ivie, 1841 Lake Spier Drive, asked that the HOA documents include requirements for a fence, maintenance of the access gate, and that when the gate malfunctions it remain closed and include a deadline for repairs.
Susan Shaw, 2020 St. George Avenue, said she believesLake Spier is not under Winter Park’s jurisdiction. She expressed concern about the continued health of lake and asked that the city take steps so that the lake comes under its jurisdiction and enforcement.
Mr. Briggs stated that Lake Spier is in the city’s jurisdiction and city ordinances apply to all lakes in Winter Park. He stated that the conditions will be included in the HOA documents and recorded with plat.
Rick Wilson, 1391 Lake Spier Drive, spoke about sewer lines, connection and ease of maintenance if they are within rights-of-way. He requested that sidewalks be extended to Barker and supported the crosswalks, a solid emergency access gate and time limit to repair the gate.
There were no other public comments.
Mr. Acevedo stated that the lighting plan complies with city code. He said that a custom horizontal fence will be installed along the perimeter of the property, and that there will be two docks on Lake Spier, one for launching non-motorized watercraft and another for sitting or fishing. He said he would provide a solid gate to restrict lighting impact.
Motion made by Mayor Anderson to amend the motion to require a solid emergency accessgate; seconded by Commissioner Cooper.
Upon a roll vote on the motion on the amendment requiring a crosswalk, Mayor Anderson and Commissioners Sullivan, DeCiccio, Cooper and Weaver voted yes. Motion carried unanimously with 5 – 0 vote.
Upon a roll vote on the motion on the amendment requiring natural unirrigated plantings, Mayor Anderson and Commissioners Sullivan, DeCiccio, Cooper and Weaver voted yes. Motion carried unanimously with 5 – 0 vote.
Upon a roll vote on the motion on the amendment requiring a solid access gate, Mayor Anderson and Commissioners Sullivan, DeCiccio, Cooper and Weaver voted yes. Motion carried unanimously with 5 – 0 vote.
Upon a roll vote on the main motion as amended, Mayor Anderson and Commissioners Sullivan, DeCiccio, Cooper and Weaver voted yes. Motion carried unanimously with 5 – 0 vote.
a. Request of the City of Winter Park for: An Ordinance to establish regulations regarding artificial turf. (1st Reading)Attorney Ardaman read the ordinance by title.
Mr. Briggs reviewed the ordinance establishing standards for artificial turf and requirements for maintenance and submittal of reports to Public Works to ensure the area remains pervious. He responded to questions stating that artificial turf has become desirable for homeowners for aesthetic reasons and there are no restrictions on where turf can be installed.
Commissioner Cooper commented on expanding the indemnification clause to include mold and chemicals. Attorney Ardaman suggested revising Section 58-170(b)(5)iii to read “… with respect to the artificial turf installation, maintenance and repair, including any drainage problem, mold problem, personal injury or property damage that may arise therefrom.
Motion made by Commissioner Cooper to approve the ordinance with the revised language provided by the City Attorney; seconded by Commissioner Weaver.
Mr. Briggs responded to questions stating he will provide information regarding maintenance, inspection and cost to city of inspections and also provide information on establishing maximum pervious coverage and best practices at second reading.
Motion made by Commissioner Weaver to table; seconded by Mayor Anderson. (Withdrawn)
There were no public comments.
Upon a roll call vote on the motion to approve with the amendment, Mayor Anderson and Commissioners Sullivan, DeCiccio, Cooper and Weaver voted yes. Motion carried unanimously with a 5-0 vote.
d. ORDINANCE 3205-21 - ANORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WINTER PARK, FLORIDA VACATING AND ABANDONING THE EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES COMPRISED OF THE EAST 3.00 FEET OF LOT 6 AND THE WEST 3.00 FEET OF LOT 39, BLOCK J, COMSTOCK PARK, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK “K”, PAGE 87, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA, ENCUMBERING THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1021 BONITA DRIVE, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICTS,RECORDING AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (2nd Reading) Attorney Ardaman read the ordinance by title.
Motion made by Commissioner Cooper to adopt the ordinance; seconded by Commissioner Sullivan. There were no public comments. Upon a roll call vote, Mayor Anderson and Commissioners Sullivan, DeCiccio, Cooper and Weaver voted yes. Motion carried unanimously with a 5 - 0 vote.
13) City Commission Reports Commissioner Sullivan • Commented on the Killarney neighborhood and asked that staff list specific tasks to improve the area, and urged the commission and residents to submit suggestions to city staff, to develop an action plan with a timeline to complete improvements. Additionally, he requested that staff monitor the area for needed improvements and code compliance. Approved by consensus.
Commissioner DeCiccio • Asked for an update on the on the use of $500k CRA funds allocated to help businesses and whether the program is still necessary. Mr. Knight advised that a final report will be submitted for an April agenda. • Commented on an email from David Bornstein, P & Z board member, requesting a work session on the OAO. After discussion on the status of the OAO and best process for moving forward, consensus was to schedule a joint work session after annual board appointments are made. • Asked if there are plans to move meetings back to the Commission Chamber.Mr. Knight stated he will prepare a recommendation for the next meeting.
Commissioner Cooper • Commented on proposed legislation to change the public notice requirements and stressed the need to publish public hearings and notices in the Sentinel. • Welcomed Mayor Anderson.
Commissioner Weaver • Welcomed MayorAnderson. • Said he feels the city should consider naming the park at ProgressPoint and asked for suggestions. Commissioner DeCiccio suggested naming it for Jeannette and Hugh McKean. • Commented on an e-mail from a resident that uses Palmer Avenue and requested the city study the possibility of 4-way stop signs at some Palmer Avenue intersections. Discussion followed on traffic conditions and prior solutions and Mayor Anderson suggested that this be part of the Commission’s discussion on traffic calming as a whole. • Participated in and spoke at the Interfaith Education Project at Mead Garden.
Mayor Anderson • Said he is looking forward to serving.
14) Summary of Meeting Actions • New Mayor was sworn in. • Mayor and City Manager will discuss possible earmark projects with Congresswoman Murphy’s office. • Approved consent agenda. • Agreed not to building Harper Street on-street or grass parking area at MLK Park. • Approved existing Killarney neighborhood traffic barriers, funding for parklet, reimbursement to the developer for the bollards. • Reinstated the Affordable Housing Fee, approved the resolution and joint agreement with Habitat for Humanity. • Approved conditional use for townhomes on Lake Spier. • Directed staff to develop task list for improvements to Killarney tasks neighborhood. • Place update of the $500,000 allocation for business assistance during pandemic on upcoming agenda. • Agreed to schedule a joint work session on the OAO with Planning and Zoning Board after annual board appointments and after Planning has made a presentation on the OAO to the P & Z Board.
• Directed staff to make recommendation on returning to meet in the Commission Chamber.
• Directed staff to Palmer Avenue for traffic calming/signalization.
The meeting adjourned at 9:47 p.m.
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