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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/8/2018 6:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chamber, 2nd Floor - City Hall
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CD.2018.312 1  Council Document Board Appointments and Reappointments - October 8, 2018   Action details Not available
CD.2018.313 1  Council Document October 8, 2018 Citizen Comment Period Speakers List   Action details Not available
CD.2018.319 1  Council Document September 24, 2018 Informal Meeting Minutes   Action details Not available
CD.2018.318 1  Council Document September 24, 2018 Formal Meeting Minutes   Action details Not available
CD.2018.333 1  Council Document October 8, 2018 Introduction Papers List    Action details Not available
ORD. 2017-242 11. OrdinanceTo amend Ord. No. 2000-410-2001-10, adopted Jan. 8, 2001, as previously amended by Ord. No. 2001-220-231, adopted Jul. 23, 2001, which approved the “Shops at Stratford Hills Community Unit Plan,” for the purpose of [increasing the area subject to the community unit plan by 3.4 acres to 67.9± acres and] modifying the development standards, under certain terms and conditions. (As Amended)continued   Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-030 12. OrdinanceTo amend ch. 12, art. I of the City Code by adding therein new §§ 12-18 and 12-19, concerning the preparation of strategic action plans by each City department, agency, and office, for the purpose of aligning the service delivery goals of each City department, agency, and office with the City’s overall strategic plan. (As Amended)amended and continued  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-202 13. OrdinanceTo amend ch. 24, art. II, div. 1 of the City Code by adding therein a new section 24-34.1, concerning the duties of businesses to remove refuse from paved sidewalks and provide refuse receptacles for public use.continued and referred back   Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-220 14. OrdinanceTo amend Ord. No. 2018-058, adopted May 14, 2018, which adopted the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Special Fund Budget and made appropriations pursuant thereto, by creating a new special fund for the Department of Police called the Police eTicket Account special fund and by increasing estimated revenues from the electronic summons system provided pursuant to City Code § 12-122 and the amount appropriated to the Department of Police’s Police eTicket Account special fund by $200,000.00 for the purpose of funding software, hardware, and associated equipment costs for the implementation and maintenance of the electronic summons system provided pursuant to City Code § 12-122.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-239 15. OrdinanceTo amend ch. 12, art. IV by adding therein new § 12-122; and to amend Appendix A of the City Code by adding therein a new fee for § 12-122, concerning the fee for an electronic summons system for criminal and traffic courts, for the purpose of establishing a fee for an electronic summons system.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-240 16. OrdinanceTo name the improvements located at 1400 Oliver Hill Way and known as the “Conrad Center” as the “Annie Giles Community Resource Center.”adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-241 17. OrdinanceTo amend ch. 16, art. I of the City Code by adding therein a new § 16-2, concerning a requirement for a homeless strategic plan, to require a homeless strategic plan to be presented to the City Council and the Mayor commencing no later than Oct. 1, 2019, and updated homeless strategic plans by Oct. 1 every two years thereafter. (As Amended)continued and referred back   Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-242 18. OrdinanceTo close, to public use and travel, the portion of North 40th Street between Crestview Road and M Street and a 16’ alley located in the block bounded by North 39th Street, Crestview Road, North 40th Street, and M Street, together consisting of 61,656± square feet, for the purpose of the construction of a Police Equestrian Center.adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-243 19. OrdinanceTo close, to public use and travel, a portion of Northumberland Avenue located between the south line of West Roberts Street and the southern terminus of Northumberland Avenue, consisting of 16,355± square feet, upon certain terms and conditions.continued   Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-244 110. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain Ord. No. 2005-347-2006-13, adopted Jan. 9, 2006, which conditionally rezoned the property known as 2101 East Franklin Street from the M-1 Light Industrial District to the B-5 Central Business District (Conditional), upon certain proffered conditions, to revise the proffered conditions.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-245 111. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the properties known as 2009 Brook Road, 2011 Northumberland Avenue, and a portion of Northumberland Avenue for the purpose of multifamily dwellings containing up to 224 dwelling units, upon certain terms and conditions. (As Amended)amended and continued  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-246 112. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 3008 Grayland Avenue for the purpose of a single-family detached dwelling, upon certain terms and conditions.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-247 113. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 3028 Grayland Avenue for the purpose of two single-family detached dwellings, upon certain terms and conditions.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-248 114. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 1731 Leicester Road for the purpose of a day nursery for up to four children, upon certain terms and conditions.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-249 115. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 4022 Midlothian Turnpike for the purpose of perimeter fencing, upon certain terms and conditions.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-250 116. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 310 West Brookland Park Boulevard for the purpose of a brewery, upon certain terms and conditions.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-251 117. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer to accept funds in the amount of $10,792.00 from the Library of Virginia and to appropriate the increase to the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Special Fund Budget by increasing estimated revenues and the amount appropriated to the Judiciary - Circuit Court agency’s special fund by $10,792.00 for the purpose of funding a records conservation project for the long-term preservation of Plat Book I, Chancery Court, 1816-1889; Plat Book 16, 1960-1968; Plat Book 17, 1961-1965; and Plat Book 19, 1964-1966.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-252 118. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer to accept grant funds in the amount of $15,000.00 from the Virginia Department of Fire Programs, and to appropriate the increase to the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Special Fund Budget by increasing estimated revenues and the amount appropriated to the Department of Fire and Emergency Services by $15,000.00 for the purpose of assisting with the costs associated with the 28th Annual Virginia Fire Equity and Diversity Conference.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-253 119. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer to accept funds in the amount of $466,673.00 from the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services; to amend the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Special Fund Budget by creating a new special fund for the Sheriff and Jail called the Jail Mental Health Program Special Fund; and to appropriate the grant funds received to the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Special Fund Budget by increasing estimated revenues and the amount appropriated to the Sheriff and Jail’s Jail Mental Health Program Special Fund by $466,673.00 for the purpose of providing mental health services to inmates at the City Jail.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-254 120. OrdinanceTo amend Ord. No. 2018-057, adopted May 14, 2018, which adopted the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 General Fund Budget and made appropriations pursuant thereto, by transferring funds in the amount of $30,000.00 from the Office of Community Wealth Building’s Workforce Development program and re-appropriating these transferred funds to a new line item in the Non-Departmental agency called the “Owens & Minor Medical, Inc. On the Job Training Grant through the EDA” line item for the purpose of making a grant to Owens & Minor Medical, Inc., to subsidize certain job training activities by Owens & Minor Medical, Inc.continued and referred   Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-255 121. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer and the Director of Procurement Services, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to execute the second Contract Modification to Contract No. 16000022041 between the City and Manchester Marketing, Inc. T/A Seibert’s Towing for towing-related services and tow lot operation for the purpose of specifying a rate increase for six vehicle fees listed in Contract No. 16000022041.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-256 122. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain City Code § 9-58, which assigns polling places in the city, for the purpose of reflecting changes to the street address for Precinct 101 and reflecting changes to the name of the polling place for Precinct 303.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-257 123. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain Ord. No. 2006-321-2007-33, adopted Feb. 26, 2007, which authorized the President of the Council to execute, on behalf of the City of Richmond, employment agreements with the Council Chief of Staff, and to authorize the Council Chief of Staff, with the authorization of the President and Vice President of the Council, to execute such agreements with the City Assessor, the City Attorney, the City Auditor, and the City Clerk to establish performance criteria and other terms and conditions of employment for such individuals, to add the Inspector General to the list of positions for which the Council Chief of Staff is authorized to execute employment agreements. (As Amended)amended and continued  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-258 124. OrdinanceTo provide that Greater Richmond Transit Co. shall not charge fares to passengers on November 6, 2018.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-259 125. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to accept funds in the total amount of $970,000.00 from the Virginia Department of Transportation; to amend the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Capital Budget by establishing a new project in the Transportation category called the “Semmes Avenue and Jefferson Davis Highway State of Good Repair Paving Projects” program; and to appropriate the amount of $970,000.00 to the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Capital Budget by increasing estimated revenues and the amount appropriated to the new Department of Public Works’ Semmes Avenue and Jefferson Davis Highway State of Good Repair Paving Projects program by $970,000.00 for the purpose of milling and resurfacing the eastbound lanes of Semmes Avenue between West 9th Street and West 20th Street, the southbound lanes of Jefferson Davis Highway between Hull Street and North Hopkins Road, and the northbound lanes of Jefferson Davis Highway between Stockton Street and Chesterman Avenue.adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R019 126. 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)adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R043 127. 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.adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R083 128. ResolutionTo establish a policy of the Council that the Council will not consider any ordinance authorizing the execution of any agreement facilitating a development or project that includes a residential component and that involves the conveyance of an interest in City-owned real estate, the expenditure of City funds, in-kind donations from the City, or a tax credit or exemption without a contractual obligation that a minimum [percentage] of 15 percent of the development’s or project’s total residential units be reserved for affordable housing. (As Amended)amended, continued and referred back  Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R086 129. ResolutionTo encourage and support participation in the “Bells of Peace: A World War I Remembrance” program with the tolling of bells on November 11, 2018, at 11:00 a.m., to commemorate the end of World War I.adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R089 130. ResolutionTo provide for the nomination of George P. Braxton, Benjamin P. Campbell, and Eldridge Forest Coles as the City of Richmond’s three Directors and the election of the Board of Directors of the Greater Richmond Transit Company for the period commencing upon election and qualification of these nominees as Directors and terminating on the date of the 2019 annual meeting of shareholders upon the election and qualification of the successors to these Directors.adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R090 131. ResolutionTo amend the Rules of Procedure adopted by Res. No. 2017-R001, adopted Jan. 3, 2017, as previously amended by Res. No. 2017-R013, adopted Mar. 27, 2017, Res. No. 2017-R017, adopted Mar. 27, 2017, and Res. No. 2017-R032, adopted Jun. 26, 2017, for the purpose of updating the policy concerning participation in meetings through electronic communication to reflect changes to state law.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-101 132. 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)amended and continued  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-110 133. 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. 2018-126 134. 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)amended and continued  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-195 135. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to execute a Grant Agreement, as amended, between the City of Richmond, 400 Hull Street, LLC, and the Economic Development Authority of the City of Richmond to induce 400 Hull Street, LLC, to construct a mixed-use development and public improvements on the approximately 2.2-acre city block bounded by Hull Street, Decatur Street, East 4th Street, and East 5th Street in the Manchester neighborhood in the city of Richmond. (As Amended)adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-217 236. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 5263 Warwick Road for the purpose of a wireless telecommunications monopole and associated equipment, upon certain terms and conditions.continued   Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-229 137. OrdinanceTo amend ch. 16, art. I of the City Code by adding therein a new § 16-1, to provide definitions of certain terms.adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R073 138. ResolutionTo express the sense of the City Council that the General Assembly of Virginia should grant the City Council the authority to determine the disposition of memorials and monuments such as the statues commemorating J.E.B. Stuart, Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, and Matthew Fontaine Maury located on Monument Avenue between its intersections with Belmont Avenue and Lombardy Street so that the City Council may determine such disposition of these statues as it deems appropriate.rejectedFail Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R091 139. ResolutionTo request that the General Assembly of Virginia fulfill its constitutional obligation and adequately fund the true costs of public education in Virginia for the successful future of students of schools administered by the School Board of the City of Richmond and students throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.adoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-267 140. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer to accept grant funds in the amount of $350,000.00 from the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and to appropriate the amount of $350,000.00 to the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Special Fund Budget by increasing estimated revenues and the amount appropriated to the Adult Drug Court agency special fund called the RADTC - SAMHSA Grant special fund by $350,000.00 for the purpose of supporting and enhancing services provided to addicted offenders assigned to the Richmond Adult Drug Treatment Court Program.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-268 141. OrdinanceTo amend Ord. No. 2018-057, adopted May 14, 2018, which adopted the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 General Fund Budget and made appropriations pursuant thereto, by increasing anticipated revenues from the distraint of personal property for the recovery of delinquent taxes pursuant to Code § 26-437 and the amount appropriated to the Richmond Sheriff’s Office’s Sheriff-Courts program by $5,000.00 for the purpose of funding anticipated overtime costs accrued in the recovery of additional delinquent tax revenue.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-269 142. OrdinanceTo amend ch. 2, art. V of the City Code by adding therein a new div. 19 (§§ 2-1173-2-1178) for the purpose of establishing a History and Culture Commission.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-270 143. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain City Code § 26-437, concerning the distraint of property for taxes, for the purpose of allowing distraint of property for failing, refusing or neglecting to pay any admissions, lodging, meals or business, professional, or occupation license taxes in addition to real and tangible personal property taxes.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-271 144. OrdinanceTo repeal City Code § 26-892, concerning installment payments for certain license taxes, for the purpose of eliminating the option to pay such license taxes in installments.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-272 145. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain City Code §§ 4-124, concerning permit requirements for chickens and 4-126, concerning requirements for the area in which female chickens are maintained, for the purpose of increasing the number of female chickens permitted in the City from four to six.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-273 146. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain City Code § 4-248, concerning the disposition of deceased companion animals, for the purpose of removing the requirement that no charges be imposed for the pickup and disposal of deceased companion animals euthanized by the Richmond Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-274 147. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain City Code § 4-372, concerning reporting of bites, for the purpose of expanding the categories of persons responsible for reporting animal bites in the City of Richmond.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-275 148. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain City Code § 4-96, concerning cruelty to animals, for the purpose of imposing additional restrictions on the tethering of dogs and removing the time limits within which violations are punished as more serious misdemeanors.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-276 149. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain City Code § 30-1020.3, concerning the issuance of certificates of zoning compliance, for the purpose of requiring that all certificates of zoning compliance and zoning confirmation letters and applications filed therefor be published on the City’s website within two working days after such issuance and filing.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-277 150. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain Ord. No. 2018-051, adopted Mar. 26, 2018, which authorized the special use of the properties known as 1911 and 1915 Grove Avenue for the purpose of a day nursery within a church, to authorize the special use of the property known as 1915 Grove Avenue for the purpose of two two-family dwellings, upon certain terms and conditions.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-278 151. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 1209 Hull Street for the purpose of a brewery, upon certain terms and conditions.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-279 152. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 3406 West Moore Street for the purpose of authorizing a nightclub and signage, upon certain terms and conditions.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2018-280 153. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the properties known as 1715 and 1717 Maury Street for the purpose of two two-family attached dwellings, upon certain terms and conditions.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R092 154. ResolutionTo declare a public necessity to amend the City’s zoning ordinance and to initiate an amendment to the City’s zoning ordinance to require that certificates of zoning compliance and letters of zoning confirmation be reviewed by the City Attorney prior to issuance.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R093 155. ResolutionTo approve the issuance by the Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority of its multifamily housing revenue bonds in an amount up to $16,000,000.00 for the acquisition, construction, renovation, rehabilitation and equipping of an approximately 139-unit multifamily residential rental housing project to be known as the SPA Lofts located at 1125 Commerce Road in the city of Richmond.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
RES. 2018-R094 156. ResolutionTo establish a policy of the Council that the Council will pursue legal action on behalf of the City against drug manufacturers and distributors.introduced and referred  Action details Not available