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BETHLEHEM CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA
TUESDAY, April 2, 2014 – 7:00 PM
TOWN HALL – 10 EAST CHURCH STREET – BETHLEHEM, PA
Invocation – Reverend Don Garrett, Unitarian Universalist Church of the Lehigh Valley
Pledge to the Flag.
1. Roll Call.
Citations – Honoring Robert Baer
2. Approval of Minutes – March 18, 2014
3. Public Comment. (for public comment on Ordinances and Resolutions to be voted on by Council this evening – 5 Minute Time Limit)
4. Old Business.
A. Old Business – Members of Council
B. Tabled Items
C. Unfinished Business
1. Article 112 – Campaign Finance Reports
A. Director of Budget and Finance – Pension Fund Resolutions
B. City Solicitor – Use Permit Agreement for Public Property – Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce – Downtown Bethlehem Association – Tunes at Twilight – Nevin Place
C. Director of Public Works – Vendor License Renewal – Easy Weenies
A. President of Council
C. Community Development Committee (Mr. Callahan)
D. Parks and Public Property Committee (Ms. Dolan)
7. Ordinances for Final Passage.
8. New Ordinances.
A. Bill No. 8 – 2014 – Amending Article 135 – Bethlehem Area Public Library – Lower Saucon Township – Withdrawal
B. Bill No. 9 – 2014 – Amending Article 307
– Video Amusement Arcades – Section
C. Bill No. 10 – 2014 – Amending Article 139 – Authorities – Addition of Bethlehem
Revitalization and Improvement Authority (BRIA)
A. Authorizing Lease Agreement – Police Substation
– 60 West Broad Street, Suite
99a – Posh Properties No. 32 Bowlarama Limited Partnership
B. Certificate of Appropriateness – 201 Broadway
C. Certificate of Appropriateness – 119-123 East Third Street
D. Certificate of Appropriateness – 30 West Fourth Street
10. New Business.
A. Rescheduling Second City Council Meeting in April to Wednesday, April 16
11. Public Comment. (for public comment on any subject – 5 Minute Time Limit)