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February 21, 2006 Regular Meeting Agenda
2. Pledge to the Flag.
3. Roll Call.
* Public Hearing
Prior to the consideration of the regular Agenda items, City Council will conduct a Public Hearing to consider the following Zoning Text Amendment to the Zoning Ordinance:
Add Section 1314.A to establish a CM – LTN Landmark Conservation and Traditional Neighborhood Development Overlay District, to create an overlay in the CM Office Research Center District consisting of the specific tract of property in the City of Bethlehem, Lehigh County, known as the Martin Tower site located at Eighth Avenue and Route 378 containing approximately 52 acres.
7A. Director of Planning and Zoning – Zoning Text
Amendment – CM-LTN District – Martin Tower Site
7B. Lehigh Valley Planning Commission – Zoning Text Amendment – CM-LTN District – Martin Tower Site
4. Approval of Minutes – February 7, 2006
5. Courtesy of the Floor. (for public comment on Ordinances and Resolutions to be voted on by Council this evening – 5 Minute Time Limit)
6. Old Business.
C. Director of Human Resources – Engineers’
and Electricians’ Civil Service Rules and Regulations
D. Director of Water and Sewer Resources – Central Park West Development
E. President of Council – Insurance Coverage – Amending Resolution
F. Director of Planning and Zoning – Zoning Text Amendment – Personal Care and Assisted Living Facilities
G. Director of Planning and Zoning – Zoning Text Amendment – Nonconforming Uses
H. City Solicitor – Street Vacation Ordinances – Portion of Raspberry Street between Dellwood Street and Park Place and Portion of Raspberry Street between Hawthorne Road and East Broad Street
I. City Solicitor – Use Permit Agreement for Public Property – American Association of University Women – 2006 Book Fair
J. City Solicitor – Use Permit Agreement for Public Property – St. Luke’s Hospital & Health Network – 2006 Boutique at the Rink
K. City Solicitor – Records Destruction Resolution – Police Department
L. Director of Parks and Public Property – Amending Resolution 14,752 – Golf Season
A. President of Council.
9. Ordinances for Final Passage:
A. Bill No. 67 – 2005 – Street Vacation –
Raspberry Street between Dellwood Street
and Park Place
B. Bill No. 68 – 2005 – Street Vacation – Raspberry Street between Hawthorne Road
and East Broad Street
C. Bill No. 3 – 2006 – Amending General Fund Budget – Traffic Bureau, Mechanical Bureau, Health Bureau, and Police Department
D. Bill No. 4 – 2006 – Amending Non-Utility Capital Budget – Parks and Public Property Department and Public Works Department
E. Bill No. 5 – 2006 – General Obligation Note – Sanitary Sewer and Traffic Signal Projects
F. Bill No. 6 – 2006 – Street Vacation – Service Road #2
G. Bill No. 7 – 2006 – Amending Article 927 – Sewer Charge Increase
10. New Ordinances:
A. Bill No. 8 – 2006 – Zoning Text Amendment
– Assisted Living Facilities and Personal Care Centers
B. Bill No. 9 – 2006 – Zoning Text Amendment – Nonconforming Uses
C. Bill No. 10 – 2006 – Zoning Text Amendment – CM-LTN District – Martin Tower Site
A. Authorizing Records Destruction – Tax Bureau
B. Authorizing Application – Justice Assistance Grant – Police Department
C. Certificate of Appropriateness – 522 Long Street
D. Certificate of Appropriateness – 99 West Broad Street
E. Certificate of Appropriateness – 501 Main Street
F. Amending Season Pass Dates – Golf Course
12. New Business.
13. Courtesy of the Floor. (for public comment on any subject – 5 Minute Time Limit)