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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 5/29/2018 6:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chamber, 2nd Floor - City Hall
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Action Summary Action Summary Meeting Extra1: Not available  
Meeting video: eComment: Not available  
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CD.2018.211 1  Council Document May 29, 2018 Awards and Recognitions Ceremony Docket   Action details Not available
CD.2018.207 1  Council Document May 29, 2018 City Council Period Speakers List   Action details Not available
CD.2018.205 1  Council Document May 14, 2018 Informal Meeting Minutes   Action details Not available
CD.2018.208 1  Council Document May 14, 2018 Formal Meeting Minutes   Action details Not available
CD.2018.231 1  Council Document May 29, 2018 Introduction Papers List    Action details Not available
ORD. 2017-197 11. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain ch. 2, art. V of the City Code by adding therein a new div. 10 (§§ 2-1002-2-1008) and a new div. 11 (§§ 2-1035-2-1041) and to amend ch. 12 of the City Code by adding therein a new art. V (§§ 12-201-12-218) for the purpose of establishing an Education, Health, and Human Services Grant Commission, a Visual and Performing Arts Grant Commission, and related grant programs for nonprofit organizations to be administered by each commission.continued and referred back   Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-044 12. OrdinanceTo amend ch. 2, art. V of the City Code by adding therein a new div. 18 (§§ 2-1167-2-1172) and to amend ch. 17, art. I of the City Code by adding therein new §§ 17-1-17-3 for the purpose of establishing a Human Rights Commission and prohibiting certain discriminatory practices. (As Amended)amended and continued  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-118 13. OrdinanceTo declare that a public necessity exists and to authorize the Chief Administrative Officer or the designee thereof, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to acquire, at a tax delinquent judicial sale, the property located at 2822 Purcell Street and to authorize the conveyance of such property for $11,310.39 to the [Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority] Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School for the purposes of eliminating blight and making such property available for redevelopment. (As Amended)amended and continued  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-119 14. OrdinanceTo declare that a public necessity exists and to authorize the Chief Administrative Officer or the designee thereof, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to acquire, at a tax delinquent judicial sale, the property located at 2820 Purcell Street and to authorize the conveyance of such property for $11,455.00 to the [Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority] Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School for the purposes of eliminating blight and making such property available for redevelopment. (As Amended)amended and continued  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-120 15. OrdinanceTo declare that a public necessity exists and to authorize the Chief Administrative Officer or the designee thereof, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to acquire, at a tax delinquent judicial sale, the property located at 2807 Newbourne Street and to authorize the conveyance of such property for $17,009.89 to the [Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority] Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School for the purposes of eliminating blight and making such property available for redevelopment. (As Amended)amended and continued  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-121 16. OrdinanceTo declare that a public necessity exists and to authorize the Chief Administrative Officer or the designee thereof, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to acquire, at a tax delinquent judicial sale, the property located at 2112 North 29th Street and to authorize the conveyance of such properties for $20,476.63 to the [Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority] Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School for the purposes of eliminating blight and making such property available for redevelopment. (As Amended)amended and continued  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-122 17. OrdinanceTo declare that a public necessity exists and to authorize the Chief Administrative Officer or the designee thereof, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to acquire, at a tax delinquent judicial sale, the property located at 2110 North 29th Street and to authorize the conveyance of such property for $21,869.60 to the [Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority] Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School for the purposes of eliminating blight and making such property available for redevelopment. (As Amended)amended and continued  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-123 18. OrdinanceTo declare that a public necessity exists and to authorize the Chief Administrative Officer or the designee thereof, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to acquire, at a tax delinquent judicial sale, the property located at 2106 North 29th Street and to authorize the conveyance of such property for $30,434.10 to the [Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority] Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School for the purposes of eliminating blight and making such property available for redevelopment. (As Amended)amended and continued  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-124 19. OrdinanceTo declare that a public necessity exists and to authorize the Chief Administrative Officer or the designee thereof, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to acquire, at a tax delinquent judicial sale, the property located at 2100 North 29th Street and to authorize the conveyance of such property for $10,461.71 to the [Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority] Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School for the purposes of eliminating blight and making such property available for redevelopment. (As Amended)amended and continued  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-125 110. OrdinanceTo declare that a public necessity exists and to authorize the Chief Administrative Officer or the designee thereof, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to acquire, at a tax delinquent judicial sale, the property located at 2000 North 29th Street and to authorize the conveyance of such property for $22,250.16 to the [Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority] Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School for the purposes of eliminating blight and making such property available for redevelopment. (As Amended)amended and continued  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-127 111. OrdinanceTo amend ch. 2, art. VII, div. 4.1 of the City Code by adding therein a new § 2-1366.10, concerning requirements for reports made to the City Council, for the purpose of requiring that datasets used to prepare reports made to the City Council and its standing committees be published to the open data portal. (As Amended)adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-132 112. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to enter into the Twenty-Second Commercial Area Revitalization Effort Program Cooperation Agreement between the City of Richmond and the Economic Development Authority of the City of Richmond for the purpose of providing for the operation of the Commercial Area Revitalization Effort (“CARE”) Program.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-133 113. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain City Code § 2-1128, concerning applications for equalization of real estate assessments, for the purpose of reflecting amendments to Va. Code § 58.1-3378.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-134 114. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain City Code § 26-366, concerning the real estate tax exemption for qualified veterans, for the purpose of reflecting amendments to the Constitution of Virginia.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-135 215. OrdinanceTo conditionally rezone the property known as 104 North Belvidere Street from the R-73 Multifamily Residential District to the B-4 Central Business District (Conditional), upon certain proffered conditions.adoptedFail Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-136 116. OrdinanceTo conditionally rezone the properties known as 701, 705, and a portion of 715 West 19th Street from the R-53 Multifamily Residential District to the RF-2C Riverfront District (Conditional); a portion of the property known as 715 West 19th Street, a portion of the property known as 1701 Stonewall Avenue, and 700 Cowardin Avenue from the B-3 General Business District to the RF-2C Riverfront District (Conditional); and a portion of the property known as 1701 Stonewall Avenue from the M-1 Light Industrial District to the RF-2C Riverfront District (Conditional), upon certain proffered conditions.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-137 117. OrdinanceTo rezone the property known as 127 North 17th Street from the M-1 Light Industrial District to the TOD-1 Transit-Oriented Nodal District.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-138 118. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 800 West Marshall Street for the purpose of a mixed-use building containing a restaurant and up to two dwelling units, upon certain terms and conditions.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-144 119. OrdinanceTo amend Ord. No. 2017-136, adopted Jul. 24, 2017, which authorized the Chief Administrative Officer to accept $1,982,866.40 from the Virginia Department of Social Services, to transfer matching funds in the total amount of $671,857.01 from Fiscal Year 2017-2018 General Fund Budget appropriations to the Office of Community Wealth Building, created a new special fund for the Office of Community Wealth Building in the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Special Fund Budget entitled “TANF RVA GPS,” and appropriated funds in the total amount of $2,654,723.41 to the new TANF RVA GPS special fund, for the purpose of hiring program personnel for and providing training, work experiences, structured workshops, and supportive services to participants in the RVA Guiding People to Success program, to modify the amount appropriated from $2,654,723.41 to $1,982,866.40 by eliminating the transfer of matching funds in the amount of $671,857.01.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-145 120. OrdinanceTo amend Ord. No. 2017-037, adopted May 15, 2017, which adopted the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Special Fund Budget and made appropriations pursuant thereto, by increasing estimated revenues from the dog and cat annual license program and the amount appropriated to the Office of Animal Care and Control’s Pet License Collections special fund by $60,000.00 to support expenditures pursuant to Va. Code § 3.2-6534.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-146 121. OrdinanceTo approve the Work Plan and Budget for the fiscal year ending Jun. 30, 2019, for the provision of services in the Downtown Richmond Special Service and Assessment Districts.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-147 122. OrdinanceTo amend Ord. No. 2017-036, adopted May 15, 2017, which adopted the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 General Fund Budget and made appropriations pursuant thereto, by reducing total appropriations by $3,715,802.00, transferring funds from various agencies and non-departmental programs in the City’s accounting system, and appropriating the transferred funds to various agencies and non-departmental programs.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-148 123. OrdinanceTo amend Ord. No. 2017-036, adopted May 15, 2017, which adopted the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 General Fund Budget and made appropriations pursuant thereto, by re-appropriating a $1,000,000.00 portion of the Fiscal Year 2016-2017 fund balance excess, assigned by Res. No. 2017-R080, adopted Nov. 6, 2017, to the General Fund Cash Transfer for Capital Projects program, and appropriated these transferred funds to the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Capital Budget by increasing estimated revenues by $1,000,000.00 and the amount appropriated to the School Capital Maintenance project in the Education category by $1,000,000.00, all for the purpose of abating lead in the water supply first and then other issues related to health and safety in public schools administered by the School Board of the City of Richmond, Virginia.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-149 124. OrdinanceTo name the basketball courts at the Pine Camp Cultural Arts and Community Center located at 4901 Old Brook Road as “The Tom Folliard Basketball Courts at Pine Camp.”adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-150 125. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain ch. 14, art. V of the City Code by adding therein a new § 14-338, concerning notice of termination, for the purpose of terminating construction general permits from the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality upon completion of construction projects, requiring notice to developers for insufficient notice of completion of construction projects, and conforming the section to the requirements of Va. Code § 62.1-44.15:26.1.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-151 126. OrdinanceTo amend City Code § 29-189, concerning bus fares, for the purpose of authorizing a one-week period of free fares following the commencement of operations of the new Richmond Transit Network Plan and “Pulse” Bus Rapid Transit system.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-152 127. OrdinanceTo amend section 21-5 of the City Code, concerning the public inspection of certain records, for the purpose of conforming the section to the requirements of Va. Code § 2.2-4343(A)(12).adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES. 2017-R076 128. ResolutionTo establish, pursuant to City Code § 12-206, the per capita amounts to be used to determine budget appropriations for nonprofit organization grant programs beginning with the Fiscal Year 2018-2019.continued and referred back   Action details Not available
RES. 2017-R086 129. ResolutionTo request that the Chief Administrative Officer establish and implement a policy and methodology to require that any residential development agreement to which the City is a party or involving City financial incentives mandate that a minimum percentage of the new residential development’s total units be designated as affordable housing.continued and referred back   Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R019 130. ResolutionTo request that the Chief Administrative Officer cause to be developed a policy and methodology to implement performance budgeting for all departments, boards, commissions, and agencies of the City for the purpose of using performance indicator data to allocate resources. (As Amended)continued and referred back   Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R024 131. ResolutionTo declare a public necessity to amend the zoning ordinance and to initiate an amendment to the City’s zoning ordinance to make such changes as may be necessary to reduce or eliminate requirements concerning the minimum number of off-street parking spaces for business zoning districts within the city of Richmond.continued and referred back   Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R033 132. ResolutionTo express the Council’s support for the oversight of the design and construction of public schools in the city of Richmond by the School Board of the City of Richmond and to request that the School Board prepare and submit to the Council, the Mayor, and the Chief Administrative Officer a construction plan for the design and construction of such facilities.adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R037 133. ResolutionTo approve an expenditure in the amount of $27.16 from the Council District Funds for the Eighth District to reimburse Reva M. Trammell for a payment of $27.16 for the cost of ice and bottled water that was served to attendees of the Eighth District Community Meeting held on April 19, 2018.adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R038 134. ResolutionTo approve expenditures in the total amount of $96.06 from the Council District Funds for the Eighth District to reimburse Reva M. Trammell for a payment of $21.06 for the cost of gift bags given to children at the Eighth District Community Meeting held on April 19, 2018, and a payment of $75.00 to Jerry C. Blow for providing music and sound system services for the Eighth District Community Meeting held on April 19, 2018.adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R039 135. ResolutionTo approve an expenditure in the amount of $350.00 from the Council District Funds for the Sixth District to pay Mark Fish Fry & Catering LLC for providing catering services at the Sixth District Highland Park Spring Break event held on May 12, 2018.adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R040 136. ResolutionTo approve an expenditure in the amount of $700.00 from the Council District Funds for the Seventh District to make a donation to the Richmond Police Athletic League to support its 2018 Police Athletic League Summer Camp program to be held at Swansboro Elementary School.adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R041 137. ResolutionTo approve an expenditure in the amount of $3,149.49 from the Council District Funds for the Fourth District to pay Printersmark, Inc., for the printing and mailing of the Fourth District Summer 2018 Newsletter.adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R043 138. ResolutionTo amend Res. No. 2013-R186-180, adopted Sept. 23, 2013, which requested that the Chief Administrative Officer cause all City departments and other agencies to incorporate into their budget requests for Fiscal Year 2014-2015 goals and initiatives designed to support the recommendations of the Mayor’s Anti-Poverty Commission, as set forth in the Commission’s report dated Jan. 18, 2013, for the purpose of making such request applicable to the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 and each fiscal year thereafter.continued and referred back   Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R044 139. ResolutionTo request that the Chief Administrative Officer cause to be prepared and submitted to the Council a report making recommendations for an appeals process for civil penalties imposed pursuant to City Code § 11-105.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-101 140. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to execute a First Amendment to Stone Brewery Cooperation Agreement, as Amended, dated March 2, 2015, as amended, between the City of Richmond and the Economic Development Authority of the City of Richmond for the purpose of revising the definition of “Phase 2 Facility” to allow for the demolition of an existing structure and construction of a new building. (As Amended)continued   Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-110 141. OrdinanceTo amend City Code § 2-1183, concerning the residency requirement for certain officers and employees, to modify the City’s residency requirement [so that it applies only to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Chief of Fire and Emergency Services, and the Chief of Police]. (As Amended)continued   Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-126 142. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to execute a First Amendment to Stone Brewing Company Performance Agreement, Dated November 14, 2014, as amended, between the City of Richmond, Virginia, Stone Brewing Co., LLC, and the Economic Development Authority of the City of Richmond, Virginia for the purpose of revising the definitions of “Existing Building” and “Phase II” to allow the demolition of an existing structure and the construction of a new building. (As Amended)continued   Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R042 143. ResolutionTo establish a policy of the Council that the Council will not vote to adopt any ordinance establishing or increasing any tax levied or any fee imposed by the City until at least 30 days have elapsed since the introduction of such ordinance. (As Amended)adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-156 144. OrdinanceTo amend Ord. No. 2017-139, adopted Jul. 24, 2017, which authorized the Chief Administrative Officer to submit a Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan to the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as an application for the receipt of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, HOME Investment Partnership (HOME) funds, Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) funds and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) funds; accepted funds from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in the total amount of $6,405,321.00; and appropriated $7,148,848.00 for various projects, for the purposes of re-appropriating unexpended funds, appropriating additional funds in the total amount of $1,075,466.00, and reallocating funds for various projects.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R046 145. ResolutionTo appoint Louis G. Lassiter as the Interim Inspector General.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R047 146. ResolutionTo approve the City of Richmond Plan of Services under the Virginia Juvenile Community Crime Control Act.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R048 147. ResolutionTo approve an expenditure in the amount of $425.00 from the Council District Funds for the Eighth District to pay Sal’s Pizza, Inc., for providing 50 pizzas served to attendees of the Eighth District Community Meeting held on Apr. 19, 2018.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R049 148. ResolutionTo approve an expenditure in the amount of $299.89 from the Council District Funds for the First District to pay Feast Catering & Events LLC for providing catering services at the First District Thomas Jefferson High School Teacher Appreciation Week breakfast held on May 10, 2018.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R050 149. ResolutionTo approve an expenditure in the amount of $2,000.00 from the Council District Funds for the Second District to make a donation to Neighborhood Housing Services of Richmond, Inc., to assist with the costs of its School Anti-Bullying and Stop the Violence Movement event to be held on Jun. 2, 2018.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-157 150. OrdinanceTo amend City Code §§ 30-692.1 through 30-692.7, concerning requirements for the location and design of wireless communications facilities, microwave relay facilities, and radio and television broadcast antennas, and 30-1030.1, concerning when a plan of development is required, and to amend ch. 30, art. VI, div. 11 of the City Code by adding therein new sections 30-692.1:1, concerning definitions, and 30-692.1:2, concerning applications for the installation or construction of projects, for the purpose of reflecting amendments to state law.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-158 151. OrdinanceTo conditionally rezone a portion of the property known as 5800 Patterson Avenue and the properties known as 5800, 5802, 5804, 5806, 5808, 5810, and 5812 Park Avenue; and 5801, 5803, and 5805 Pratt Street from the R-4 Single-Family Residential District to the B-7C Mixed-Use Business District (Conditional).introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-159 152. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 1637 Williamsburg Road for the purpose of a day nursery within an existing church, upon certain terms and conditions.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-160 153. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 2825 M Street for the purpose of two single-family attached dwellings, upon certain terms and conditions.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-161 154. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 3413 S Street for the purpose of a single-family attached dwelling, upon certain terms and conditions.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-162 155. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 526 North Boulevard for the purpose of office uses, upon certain terms and conditions.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-163 156. OrdinanceTo authorize 23rd Street Triangle LLC, to encroach upon the public right-of-way with an outdoor dining area encroachment at the northeast corner of the intersection of North 23rd Street and Jessamine Street in front 718 North 23rd Street, upon certain terms and conditions.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-164 157. OrdinanceTo declare that a public necessity exists and to authorize the Chief Administrative Officer or the designee thereof, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to acquire, at a tax delinquent judicial sale, the property located at 1606 Sewell Street and to authorize the conveyance of such property for $14,003.61 to ElderHomes Corporation for the purposes of eliminating blight and making such property available for redevelopment.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-165 158. OrdinanceTo declare that a public necessity exists and to authorize the Chief Administrative Officer or the designee thereof, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to acquire, at a tax delinquent judicial sale, the property located at 1611 Monteiro Street and to authorize the conveyance of such property for $11,649.78 to ElderHomes Corporation for the purposes of eliminating blight and making such property available for redevelopment.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-166 159. OrdinanceTo declare that a public necessity exists and to authorize the Chief Administrative Officer or the designee thereof, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to acquire, at a tax delinquent judicial sale, the property located at 1708 Monteiro Street and to authorize the conveyance of such property for $15,810.76 to ElderHomes Corporation for the purposes of eliminating blight and making such property available for redevelopment.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-167 160. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to execute a Law Enforcement Mutual Aid Agreement between the City of Richmond, Virginia, and the County of Chesterfield for the purpose of establishing cooperation between the City’s Department of Police and the County’s Department of Police in the furnishing of certain law enforcement services.introduced and referred  Action details Not available