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Meeting Name: Land Use, Housing and Transportation Standing Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 12/17/2019 1:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Council Chamber, 2nd Floor - City Hall
This meeting has been cancelled.
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CD.2019.452 1  Council Document November 19, 2019 Land Use, Housing & Transportation Meeting Minutes   Not available Not available
RES. 2019-R050 11. ResolutionTo express the Council’s support for implementing the [Walmsley Boulevard extension project] projects as recommended in the Richmond Regional Transportation Planning Organization’s Commerce Corridor Study Implementation Plan. (As Amended)   Not available Not available
ORD. 2019-334 12. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to accept a donation of professional services and associated tools valued at approximately $75,000.00 from Greenlink Analytics, Inc., and in connection therewith to execute a Contract for Donated Goods and Services between the City and Greenlink Analytics, Inc., for the purpose of providing a citywide climate and energy model.   Not available Not available
ORD. 2019-335 13. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to execute a Deed of Quitclaim of Utility Easement Portion and Deed of Correction between the City of Richmond and Sauer Properties, Inc. for the purpose of releasing a portion of a utility easement and correcting a deed reference in an Easement Deed.   Not available Not available
ORD. 2019-336 14. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to execute a Deed of Utility Easement between the City of Richmond and Regency Goodwyn, LLC, for the purpose of granting a variable width water line easement to the City.   Not available Not available
ORD. 2019-337 15. OrdinanceTo adopt an amendment to the Master Plan for the City of Richmond, adopted by the City Planning Commission on Nov. 6, 2000, and by the City Council by Ord. No. 2000-371-2001-11, adopted Jan. 8, 2001, as previously amended by Ord. No. 2017-148, adopted Sept. 25, 2017, to incorporate the James River Park System Master Plan: Final - 16 October 2019 with the Richmond Riverfront Plan Amendment 1: Downriver Update 2017, applicable to the downriver area along the James River identified in the Richmond Riverfront Plan, to include the area from Huguenot Flatwater Park east to the border with Henrico County as part of the Master Plan.   Not available Not available
ORD. 2019-338 16. OrdinanceTo repeal ch. 26, art. V, div. 3 (§§ 26-397-26-408) of the City Code and to amend ch. 26, art. V, by adding there a new div. 3 (§§ 26-408.1-26-408.11) for the purpose of modifying the requirements for the partial exemption of rehabilitated structures from real estate taxation.   Not available Not available
RES. 2019-R070 17. ResolutionTo request that the Mayor propose a Fiscal Year 2020-2021 General Fund Budget that provides for a non-departmental appropriation of $5,000 to the Honor the 14 Foundation for the purpose of funding a portion of the start-up costs for the erection of a monument to the 14 Medal of Honor recipients from the United States Colored Troops at the Battle of New Market Heights, and to request that the Chief Administrative Officer cause the City’s Administration to develop and implement a plan to erect the monument upon the donation to the City of the necessary funds collected by the Honor the 14 Foundation.   Not available Not available
RES. 2019-R071 18. ResolutionTo request that the General Assembly of Virginia enact legislation to exempt the City from the requirements of Va. Code §§ 15.2-1812, 15.2-1812.1, and 18.2-137, and from § 17.02 of the City Charter so that the City Council may determine the disposition of memorials and monuments located on public property owned by the City as it deems appropriate and to the extent otherwise permitted by law.   Not available Not available