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City Council Agenda/Synopsis

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AGENDA

REGULAR MEETING OF TY TYBEE ISLAND CITY COUNCIL

February 11, 2016    7:00PM

Please silence all cell phones during Council Meetings

 

     I.        Consideration of Items for Consent Agenda 6:30PM

   II.        Executive Session

 III.        Opening Ceremonies

1     Call to Order

2     Posting of the Colors

3     Pledge of Allegiance

4     Invocation:  Rev. Hank Perry                    

 IV.       " In Memorial” 2015
 
V.Recognitions and Proclamations

1     Paul Wolff

2     Arbor Day Proclamation, 2015 and 2016

 VI.        Consideration of the approval of the minutes of the regular meetings of the Tybee island City Council

1     City Council Minutes, December 10, 2015

2     City Council Minutes, January 14, 2016

3     Special City Council Minutes, January 21, 2016 (to include attachments)

VII.        Consideration of Boards, Commissions and Committee Appointments

1     Bicycle/Pedestrian Friendly Committee re-appointment

1 Sunni Brown

2 Paul Wolff

3 Diane Schleicher

4 Bruce Saunders

5 John Bennett

6 George Shaw

7 Joe Wilson

8 Vicki Worden

9 Joel Forbes

10              William Moseley

11              Michael Bodine

12              Tim O’Neill

13              Chantel Morton

14              Robert Bryson

15              Bill Garbett

16              John Major

17              Haley Hill

18              Pat Rossiter

VIII.        Reports of Staff, Boards, Standing Committees and/or Invited Guest.  Limit reports to 10 minutes.

1     Mr. Fantastic, YMCA Annual Fundraiser

2     RS&H – City of Tybee Island Comp Plan Update

 IX.        Citizens to be Heard:  Please limit comments to 3 minutes.  Maximum allowable times if 5 minutes.

1     Tim Arnold, Report from Tybee Clean Beach Volunteers

 X.        Consideration of Approval of Consent Agenda

 XI.        Public Hearings

1     Site Plan Approval; New multiuse building on parcel 4-0006-20-009 Lovell Avenue; Mike Hosti petitioner

2     Consideration of Short Term Rental Draft Ordinance(s), 07-2016/07-A-2016 

3     Planning Commission Minutes, January 11, 2016

 XII.        Consideration of Local Requests & Applications – Funding, Special Events, Alcohol License

1     Irish Heritage Celebration Parade:  March 12th @ 3PM and Pub Crawl:  March 18th @ 4PM

2     Requesting permission to proceed with the attached proposed Public Mural Project for the City of Tybee Island

XIII.        Consideration of Bids, Contracts, Agreements and Expenditures

1     Indigent Defense Services Agreement, William Dowell

2     Tybee Island Post Theater Equipment Lease

3     Atlantic Waste Contract

4     Proposal:  Raise the Annual Fire Protection Subscription in Unincorporated Tybee Island from $102.30 to $103.02 per year to reflect the .7% increased CPI-U index per Code Section 26-41(a).  Budget Line Item Number:  100-00-34-2200 (Fire Protection Subscriptions) Revenue

5     Proposed Water and Sewer Rate Increase Based on the CPI-U of .07%

6     Request permission to implement “Food for Parking Fines Initiative” to run from February 17th through March 16, 2016.

7     Beach Improvements – Additional Items Requested – Cigarette Receptacles for benches on Tybrisa Street and the 14th Street Parking lots, cigarette receptacles for each cross-over that has a bench at the bench location and collection containers for plastic bags and film.  Additional request cost $6,896.15 plus shipping for a total estimated cost of $40,380.91 plus shipping for beach improvement supplies and materials.  Recommend approval of up to $44,000 for total budget for improvements supplies.  Account number:  Beach Improvements:  340.6125.53.1100 (supplies and materials)

8     North Beach Restrooms and Showers – Greenline Architects:  Design and engineering charges due to the unexpected location and height of existing sewer line.  “Greenline:  Design and engineering charges due to unexpected utility location and height $2,007.50”.

9     Derelict Structure Removal Project – Thomas and Hutton inspections and bird monitoring - $20,000.  Budget Line Item Number:  340-6125-54-1463

10   Request the City Council’s approval to purchase the Incode Police Cad and Municipal Court Software Systems and Equipment Tyler Technologies; and (2) to request the City Council’s approval to amend the FY2016 2014 SPLOST Budget with a budget transfer within the fund to pay for the project. 

XIV.        Consideration of Ordinances, Resolutions

1     First Reading, 2016-03,  Article V, Public Parks, Sec 54-112

2     First Reading, 2016-04, Sec 4-1-6, Police/Fire Alarm Service Fee

3     First Reading, 2016-06, Art III, Special Events

4     Second Reading, 2016-01, Text Amendment, Sec 4-959(R) , Neighborhood Grocery

5     Resolution, Terms and Vacancies

 XV.        Council, Officials and City Attorney Considerations and Comments

1     Jason Buelterman

1 Highway 80 Improvements, Thomas and Hutton

2     Bubba Hughes

1 Ratification of Action pertaining to Modification of the Derelict Structures

2 Update on open records inquiry

3     Wanda Doyle

1 Free Parking after 5:00PM, December - February 

XVI.        City Manager’s Report

XVII.        Minutes of Boards and Committees

1     HPC, November 16, 2015

2     DAMSBOD, December 16, 2015

XVIII.        Executive Session

1     Discuss litigation, personnel and real estate acquisition

XIX.        Possible vote on litigation, personnel and real estate acquisition discussed in executive session

 XX.        Adjournment

 

 

*PLEASE NOTE:  Citizens wishing to speak on items listed on the agenda, other than public hearings, should do so during the citizens to be heard section.  Citizens wishing to place items on the council meeting agenda must submit an agenda request form to the City Clerk’s office by Thursday at 5:00PM prior to the next scheduled meeting.  Agenda request forms are available outside the Clerk’s office at City Hall and at www.cityoftybee.org.

 

THE Vision OF THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND

“is to make Tybee Island the premier beach community in which to live, work, and play.”

tHE Mission OF THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND

“is to provide a safe, secure and sustainable environment by delivering superior services through responsible planning, preservation of our natural and historic resources, and partnership with our community to ensure economic opportunity, a vibrant quality of life, and a thriving future.”

 



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Special City Council Synopsis 20160121

Mayor Buelterman called the special city council meeting to order at 3:30PM on January 21, 2016.  Those present were Julie Livingston, Monty Parks, Wanda Doyle, and Bill Garbett.  Also attending were Diane Schleicher, City Manager; Angela Hudson, Finance Director; Joe Wilson, DPW; and Janet LeViner, Clerk of Council.  Barry Brown, John Major, Bubba Hughes and Tommy Branch were excused.

Council, Officials and City Attorney Considerations and Comments

Jason Buelterman:  Revocable license for City ROW– Tybee Post Theater.  Monty Parks made a motion to approve the revocable license to include Exhibit “B” and subject to staff approval.  Wanda Doyle seconded.  Vote was unanimous, 4-0.

Consideration of Bids, Contracts, Agreements and Expenditures

Greenline Architects Memorial Park Restroom – Review conceptual plans to review feedback/direction from the mayor and council.  No action taken.

Monty Parks made a motion to adjourn.  Julie Livingston seconded.  Vote was unanimous, 4-0.

Meeting adjourned at 4:25

 

 

 


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City Council Synopsis 20160114

 

Consideration of Items for Consent Agenda

Mayor Buelterman called the consent agenda to order at 6:30PM on January 14, 2016.  Those present were Julie Livingston, Monty Parks, John Mayor, Wanda Doyle, Barry Brown and Bill Garbett.  Also attending were Diane Schleicher, City Manager; Bubba Hughes, City Attorney; Tommy Branch, Callaway, Braun, Riddle and Hughes, PC; George Shaw, Director, Community Development; Angela Hudson, Director, Finance; and Janet LeViner, Clerk

Mayor Buelterman listed the following items on the consent agenda:

·        Special City Council Meeting Minutes, December 18, 2015

·        Organizational Meeting Minutes, January 4, 2016

·        Tybee Island Mardi Gras – January 30 beginning at 12:00PM at Tybrisa/Strand Roundabout, Parade at 2:00PM from 4th Street to Strand Avenue

·        Baywatch Movie:  March 16 – April 23 (various locations/times); Paramount Worldwide Pictures, Inc.

·        Request for Approval of RMS Proposal for Processing of Campground Reservations and POS:  Budget:  555-6180-52-3600 (Dues & Fees)(Budgeted) and 555-6180-52-3901 (Credit Card Charges)(Budgeted)

·       Request to apply for the 2016 Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) Grant, as administered by the Historic Preservation Division (HPD) of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, to complete Phase II:  Update of the Citywide Historic Resources Survey.

·        Agreement for Planning Services, RS&H, Inc., - Master Plan (Comprehensive Plan) – Update - $60,000.  Account:  100-7220-52-1100 (Studies/Master Plan Update)

·        Beach Improvement – Standardization of barrel color and signage for garbage and recycling for the beach plan and includes more signage for dune protection.  Material costs for plan is estimated at $43,210.76.  Funding to be determined.  Note:  Additional savings is available if we stencil the barrels instead of using stickers.

·        Derelict Structure Removal Project – Request that this demolition project on the beach be officially declared a public works project by the mayor and city council.  This will allow the city’s contract, PAC Com to work from dawn to dusk – Monday through Sunday without violating the city’s noise ordinance.  Expanded hours of work will also expedite the project for a goal of completion of late April before the turtle nesting season (May 1st).  These proposed work hours are allowed under the GADNR and COE permits. 

·        North Beach Restrooms and Showers – Whitaker Labs – Independent Inspector for Construction Project – estimated inspection cost - $6,336.  Total Remaining Project Budget:  $959,847.84.  Account number:  325-6125-54-1310

·        Lease Agreement, Tybee Post Theater, Audio/Video Equipment

·        Charter Changes

1.    Special election should someone resign with more than 24 months remaining in term

2.    Oath Council takes at Organizational Meeting to be amended to include language in the oaths the state law also requires

Mayor Buelterman called the regular meeting to order at 7:00PM.  All those present for the consent agenda were present.

Opening Ceremonies

·        Call to Order

·        Invocation:  Jan LeViner

·        Pledge of Allegiance

Consideration of Boards, Commissions and Committee Appointments. 

·        Mayor pro tem Designation.  Barry Brown recused.  Wanda Doyle made a motion to appoint Barry Brown as mayor pro tem.  Monty Parks seconded.  Vote was unanimous, 5-0.

·        Planning Commission (four seats vacant).  Jan LeViner, Clerk, distributed ballots and then counted.  The following received the majority votes:

1.    Demery Bishop (Re-appointment)

2.    Ron Bossick (Re-appointment)

3.    Tina Gann

4.    John King

·       Ethics Commission (three seats vacant).  Monty Parks made a motion to move agenda item to the City Council Workshop on February 13, 2016.  Barry Brown seconded.  Voting in favor were Monty Parks, John Major, Wanda Doyle and Barry Brown.  Voting against were Julie Livingston and Bill Garbett.  Motion passed, 4-2.

1.    Dennis Alexander (re-appointment)

2.    Ben Goggins (re-appointment)

3.    Anna Kathy Jackson (re-appointment)

Report of Staff, Boards, Standing Committees and/or Invited Guests

·        Jan LeViner, Tybee Island Youth Council

·        Cynthia Phillips, Georgia Department of Transportation

Citizens to be Heard:

·           David Baker

·             Daniel Turberville, Tybee Island Post Theater

·              Julia Pierce, MLK Update

·              Gerald Schantz, Leonard “the Sandman” Miller

·              Amy Gastor, RFP for trash contract

·              Keith Gay, RFP for trash contract

·              Lea Holiday, Open Records

Bill Garbett made a motion to approve the consent agenda.   Barry Brown seconded.  Vote was unanimous, 6-0.

Public Hearings

·     First Reading, 01-2016, Text Amendment, Sec 4-050(R), Neighborhood Grocery.  Wanda Doyle made a motion to approve.  Monty Parks seconded.  Vote was unanimous, 6-0.

·        First Reading, 02-2016, Text Amendment, Tree Ordinance.  Bill Garbett made a motion to approve.  Motion failed for lack of second.  Wanda Doyle made a motion to deny.  Barry Brown seconded.  Voting in favor to deny were Monty Parks, Barry Brown and Wanda Doyle.  Voting against were Julie Livingston, John Major and Bill Garbett.  Mayor Buelterman voted in favor to deny.  Motion to deny carried 4-3.

·        Site Plan Approval, New multi-use building, PIN 4-0006-20-009, Lovell Avenue, Mike Hosti Petitioner.  Wanda Doyle made a motion to continue until February 11, 2016.  Barry Brown seconded.  Vote was unanimous, 6-0. 

Consideration of Bids, Contracts, Agreements and Expenditures

·        Quit Claim Request, 34 Van Horn Street, Dave and Martha Mackel.  Monty Parks made a motion that the City expresses an interest in making the transfer by moving to the next step.  Wanda Doyle seconded.  Vote was unanimous, 6-0.

·       City-wide garbage, recycling and bulky goods including dry-trash proposal recommendation – Atlantic Waste Services.  Note:  Atlantic Waste Services agreed to reduce their quote for curbside recycling from $4.35 to $4.14.  Monty Parks made a motion to approve twice a week trash service and once a week recycle pickup and further review the curbside vs side yard pickup.  John Major seconded.  Voting in favor were Julie Livingston, Monty Parks, John Major, Barry Brown, and Bill Garbett.  Voting against was Wanda Doyle.  Motion carried, 5-1. 

·        Derelict Structure Removal Project – Recommendation memo from beach consultant to modify the scope of work at G-1 and G-2 groins.  This is to lessen the impacts to the dunes in that area and will improve the timeline for the removal of the balance of the structures.  Bill Garbett made a motion to approve.  Wanda Doyle seconded.  Voting in favor were Julie Livingston, Monty Parks, John Major, Wanda Doyle and Bill Garbett.  Voting against was Barry Brown.  Motion carried, 5-1. 

 Council, Officials and City Attorney Considerations and Comments

·        Bill Garbett

1.   Update on open records inquiry.  No action taken.

2.   Re-instatement of the Community Resource Committee.  Bill Garbett made a motion to approve.  Motion died for lack of second. 

Julie Livingston made a motion to adjourn to Executive Session to discuss litigation and personnel.  Wanda Doyle seconded.  Vote was unanimous, 6-0

Julie Livingston made a motion to return to regular session.  Barry Brown seconded.  Vote was unanimous, 6-0.

Bill Garbett made a motion to adjourn.  Monty Parks seconded.  Vote was unanimous, 6-0.

 

Meeting adjourned at 12:35AM

 

 

 

 

 

 



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