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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/28/2022 6:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chamber, 2nd Floor - City Hall Virtual Meeting
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Action Summary Action Summary Meeting Extra1: Meeting Minutes Meeting Minutes  
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CD.2022.087 1  Council Document February 28, 2022 Awards and Recognitions Ceremony Docket   Action details Not available
CD.2022.082 1  Council Document Office of Community Wealth Building Annual Performance Report - 2021   Action details Not available
CD.2022.084 1  Council Document February 28, 2022 Citizen Comment Period Speakers List   Action details Not available
CD.2022.093 1  Council Document February 28, 2022 Written Comments   Action details Not available
ORD. 2021-359 11. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain Ord. No. 2010-100-83, adopted May 10, 2010, which authorized the special use of the property known as 200-214 East Leigh Street for the purpose of a multifamily residential use with up to eight dwelling units in an existing carriage house building with the commercial use requirement waived, to additionally authorize the construction of a mixed-use building containing non-dwelling uses and up to 63 dwelling units, upon certain terms and conditions. (As Amended) (6th District)amended and continued  Action details Not available
ORD. 2021-368 13. OrdinanceTo conditionally rezone the property known as 6422 Forest Hill Avenue from the R-2 Single-Family Residential District to the R-4 Single-Family Residential District, upon certain proffered conditions. (As Amended) (4th District)continued   Action details Not available
ORD. 2021-369 14. OrdinanceTo repeal City Code § 12-46, concerning the disposition of revenues derived from the expiration of partial exemptions from real estate taxation and from certain sales of tax delinquent properties, and to amend City Code § 26-104, concerning the duties of the City Assessor, providing for the accounting of certain real estate tax revenues arising from the phased reduction, expiration, and termination of certain partial exemptions from real estate taxation in such a manner as to facilitate the City Council’s future appropriation of those revenues to the Affordable Housing Trust Fund concerning disposition of revenues derived from the expiration of partial exemptions from real estate taxation, for the purpose of facilitating an alternate method of funding the Affordable Housing Trust Fund annually.continued and referred back   Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-013 15. OrdinanceTo amend City Code § 12-12, concerning the form of budget submitted to Council, for the purpose of modifying the information required to be included within the budget.continued and referred back   Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-024 19. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 1801 Carlisle Avenue for the purpose of two two-family detached dwellings, upon certain terms and conditions. (As Amended) (7th District)amended and continued  Action details Not available
RES. 2021-R086 121. ResolutionTo request that the Mayor propose, as part of his annual budget for Fiscal Year [2022-2023] 2023-2024, the necessary amendments to the City Code and appropriations to establish a Department of Mobility and Multimodal Transportation. (As Amended)continued and referred back   Action details Not available
RES. 2021-R090 122. ResolutionTo support and encourage the Mayor and his successors in office to propose annually a budget that includes funding in the amount of at least $10,000,000.00 for the Affordable Housing Trust Fund.continued and referred back   Action details Not available
RES. 2022-R004 123. ResolutionTo establish the form of the annual budget pursuant to City Charter § 6.04 and City Code § 12-12.continued and referred back   Action details Not available
RES. 2022-R007 124. ResolutionTo express the Council’s support, should the citizens of Richmond approve a second referendum for the development and operation of a resort casino, for using the revenues received as a result of the development and operation of such resort casino to provide a two-penny reduction in the City’s real estate tax rate and funding for public schools and community infrastructure. (As Amended)continued   Action details Not available
ORD. 2019-276 132. OrdinanceTo amend City Code §§ 26-872, concerning definitions related to license taxes, and 26-989, concerning licenses taxes for personal services businesses, and to amend ch. 26, art. XV, div. 2 of the City Code by adding therein a new section numbered 26-1003.1, concerning the license tax for technology businesses, for the purpose of creating a new business, profession, and occupation license category called “technology business” and imposing a new license tax on such businesses. (As Amended)continued   Action details Not available
ORD. 2021-097 233. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 1500 North Lombardy Street for the purpose of four wall signs, upon certain terms and conditions. (3rd District)continued and referred back   Action details Not available
ORD. 2021-308 134. OrdinanceTo amend Ord. No. 2021-042, adopted May 24, 2021, which accepted a program of proposed Capital Improvement Projects for Fiscal Year 2021-2022 and the four fiscal years thereafter, adopted a Capital Budget for Fiscal Year 2021-2022, and determined a means of financing the same, by transferring funds in the amount of $7,310,391.00 from the School Planning and Construction project in the Education category and appropriating such transferred funds to the School Modernization - George Wythe High School project in the Education category for the purpose of funding the planning and design of a new George Wythe High School.continued   Action details Not available
ORD. 2021-347 135. OrdinanceTo establish the 2022 City Charter Review Commission to conduct a comprehensive review of the City Charter with the objective of making recommendations for appropriate revisions thereto. (As Amended)amended and continued  Action details Not available
RES. 2019-R057 136. ResolutionTo require that Richmond Performing Arts Alliance take all actions necessary to sell at fair market value its property at 623 East Broad Street and contribute the proceeds thereof to its endowment as provided in a Comprehensive Agreement dated Sept. 14, 2007. (5th District)continued   Action details Not available
RES. 2021-R026 137. ResolutionTo direct the City Planning Commission to prepare, submit to public hearing, and consider an amendment making certain changes to the Master Plan.continued   Action details Not available
ORD. 2021-363 12. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 1626 North 27th Street for the purpose of a single-family detached dwelling, upon certain terms and conditions. (As Amended) (7th District)adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-021 26. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain Ord. No. 2008-192-194, adopted Sept. 8, 2008, as previously amended by Ord. No. 2009-45-125, adopted Jun. 22, 2009, which authorized the special use of the property known as 305 North 18th Street for the purpose of a mixed-use, multifamily dwelling and allowed the alteration of the design of the building, to modify the site plan and on-site parking requirements, upon certain terms and conditions. (7th District)adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-022 17. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 1628 North 27th Street for the purpose of a single-family detached dwelling, upon certain terms and conditions. (7th District)adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-023 18. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 2501 Berwyn Street for the purpose of a single-family detached dwelling, upon certain terms and conditions. (8th District)adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-025 210. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the properties known as 1505 West Cary Street and 1507 West Cary Street for the purpose of two two-family attached dwellings, upon certain terms and conditions. (5th District)adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-026 111. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 2117 Fairfax Avenue for the purpose of two two-family detached dwellings and one single-family detached dwelling, upon certain terms and conditions. (8th District)adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-027 112. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 3411 Hawthorne Avenue for the purpose of a single-family detached dwelling with an accessory dwelling unit, upon certain terms and conditions. (3rd District)adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-028 113. OrdinanceTo rezone the properties known as 601 Albany Avenue, 603 Albany Avenue, 600 Maury Street, and 610 Maury Street from the M-2 Heavy Industrial District to the TOD-1 Transit-Oriented Nodal District. (6th District)adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-031 114. OrdinanceTo amend City Code § 21-40, concerning joint and cooperative procurement, to conform the City’s cooperative procurement law to the optional provisions of Va. Code § 2.2-4304.adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-032 115. OrdinanceTo amend City Code §§ 26-871, concerning the establishment of annual license taxes, and 26-873, concerning exemptions to license taxes, to increase the threshold for business, professional and occupational license taxes from $100,000.00 to $250,000.00.adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-033 116. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to execute a Memorandum of Agreement between the City of Richmond and the Virginia Department of Transportation for the purpose of setting forth general maintenance responsibilities for the regional multiuse trail known as the Fall Line Trail.adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-034 117. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to execute a Standard Project Administration Agreement between the City of Richmond and the Virginia Department of Transportation to provide funding for the implementation of the James River Branch Trail project from West 49th Street to its intersection with Hopkins Road.adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-035 118. OrdinanceTo designate the 1700 block of Porter Street in honor of James L. Moore, Sr.adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-037 119. OrdinanceTo amend Ord. No. 2021-042, adopted May 24, 2021, which accepted a program of proposed Capital Improvement Projects for Fiscal Year 2021-2022 and the four fiscal years thereafter, adopted a Capital Budget for Fiscal Year 2021-2022, and determined a means of financing the same, by (i) establishing a new project for the Department of Public Works in the City Facility Maintenance & Improvements category called the “Diamond Maintenance” project and (ii) transferring funds in the amount of $1,800,000.00 from the Capital Maintenance Reserve and appropriating such transferred funds to the Department of Public Works’ new Diamond Maintenance project in the City Facility Maintenance & Improvements category for the purpose of funding capital maintenance of the City’s baseball stadium known as the Diamond.adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-038 120. OrdinanceTo authorize the Chief Administrative Officer, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to accept funds in the amount of $4,122,214.00 from the Virginia Department of Transportation, to amend Ord. No. 2021-042, adopted May 24, 2021, which accepted a program of proposed Capital Improvement Projects for Fiscal Year 2021-2022 and the four fiscal years thereafter, adopted a Capital Budget for Fiscal Year 2021-2022, and determined a means of financing the same, by establishing a new project for the Department of Public Works in the Transportation Category called the James River Branch Trail (JRBT) project, and to appropriate the increase to the Fiscal year 2021-2022 Capital Budget by increasing estimated revenues and the amount appropriated to the Department of Public Works’ James River Branch Trail (JRBT) project in the Transportation Category by $4,122,214.00 for the purpose of funding the implementation of the James River Branch Trail project from West 49th Street to its intersection with Hopkins Road.adopted  Action details Not available
RES. 2022-R008 125. ResolutionTo adopt an equitable affordable housing plan for the City entitled “One Richmond: An Equitable Affordable Housing Plan.”adopted  Action details Not available
RES. 2022-R009 126. ResolutionTo request that the Council Chief of Staff cause the preparation of a study on the feasibility of developing and installing quick response codes on current and future honorary street signs.adopted  Action details Not available
RES. 2022-R010 127. ResolutionTo express the City Council’s support for and request the Commonwealth Transportation Board to provide funding for the City’s SMART SCALE candidate projects for 2022.adopted  Action details Not available
RES. 2022-R011 128. ResolutionTo provide for the actions necessary to make and ratify certain amendments to the Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws of Greater Richmond Transit Co. to provide, among other things, for a nine-member Board of Directors consisting of three directors each from the City, the County of Chesterfield, and the County of Henrico and for quorum and voting requirements of at least two directors from each locality.adopted  Action details Not available
RES. 2022-R012 129. ResolutionTo designate the properties known as 6 East 9th Street, 811 Decatur Street, 813 Decatur Street, and 812 Hull Street as a revitalization area pursuant to Va. Code § 36-55.30:2. (6th District)adopted  Action details Not available
RES. 2022-R013 130. ResolutionTo declare opioid drug overdose deaths as a public health crisis in the city of Richmond and to support the implementation of a drug overdose death spike alert program by the City and other public safety agencies serving the Richmond area.adopted  Action details Not available
ORD. 2019-275 131. OrdinanceTo amend ch. 6 of the City Code by adding therein a new art. XII (§§ 6-596-6-602) to establish a technology zone program in accordance with Va. Code § 58.1-3850, for the purpose of facilitating the development and location of technology businesses in the city of Richmond, capital investment, and job creation. (As Amended)adopted  Action details Not available
CD.2022.074 1  Council Document February 14, 2022 Informal Meeting Minutes   Action details Not available
CD.2022.061 1  Council Document February 14, 2022 Formal Meeting Minutes    Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-045 138. OrdinanceTo amend the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Special Fund Budget by creating a new special fund for the Office of the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Human Services called the Community Assessment Special Fund; to amend the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 General Fund Budget by transferring $25,000.00 from the Office of the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Human Services to the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Special Fund Budget; and to amend the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Special Fund Budget by increasing estimated revenues and the amount appropriated to the Office of the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Human Services’ Community Assessment Special Fund by $25,000.00 for the purpose of funding a community assessment for the development of gun violence prevention and intervention services in the city of Richmond.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-046 139. OrdinanceTo amend Ord. No. 2021-040, adopted May 24, 2021, which adopted the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 General Fund Budget and made appropriations pursuant thereto, to (i) create a new line item in the Non-Departmental agency entitled “Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority (for Hillside Court Playground),” (ii) transfer $150,000.00 from the Department of Public Works, and (iii) appropriate such $150,000.00 to the new “Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority (for Hillside Court Playground)” line item in the Non-Departmental agency, all for the purpose of providing funds for improvements to the Hillside Court community playground located at 1500 Harwood Street in the city of Richmond. (6th District)introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-047 140. OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Procurement Services, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to execute a Goods and Services Contract between the City of Richmond and CliftonLarsonAllen LLP for auditing services.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-048 141. OrdinanceTo close, to public use and travel, an alley in the block bounded by Bellemeade Road, Columbia Street, Afton Avenue, and Lynhaven Avenue, consisting of 11,145± square feet, upon certain terms and conditions.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-049 142. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain Ord. No. 2021-017, adopted Feb. 22, 2021, which authorized the special use of the properties known as 2525 Belt Boulevard, 2613 Belt Boulevard, and 2701 Belt Boulevard for the purpose of up to 36 single-family attached dwellings, to instead authorize up to 34 single-family attached dwellings and three two-family dwellings, upon certain terms and conditions. (8th District)introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-050 243. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 5 North Colonial Avenue for the purpose of a multifamily dwelling containing up to three dwelling units, upon certain terms and conditions. (1st District)introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-051 144. OrdinanceTo authorize the special use of the property known as 417 Libbie Avenue for the purpose of a multifamily dwelling containing up to 26 dwelling units and off-street parking, upon certain terms and conditions. (1st District)introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-052 145. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain Ord. No. 2021-018, adopted Feb. 22, 2021, which authorized the special use of the properties known as 5300 Rear Hull Street Road, 5311 Warwick Road, 5315 Warwick Road, and 5323 Warwick Road for the purpose of up to 65 single-family attached dwellings, to instead authorize up to 73 single-family attached dwellings, upon certain terms and conditions. (9th District)introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-053 146. OrdinanceTo amend City Code §§ 5-34, concerning appointments and divisions of the Board of Building Code Appeals, 5-35, concerning membership of the Board, 5-36, concerning meetings, officers, minutes, and records of the Board, and 5-37, concerning terms of office for members of the Board, to consolidate the divisions of Board into one board.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
ORD. 2022-054 147. OrdinanceTo amend and reordain City Code § 2-1105, concerning the Aging and Disabilities Advisory Board, for the purpose of modifying the membership composition of such Board [to specify that one member shall be a member at-large and one member shall be an employee of the City’s Office of the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Human Services with program manager duties]. (As Amended)introduced and referred  Action details Not available
RES. 2022-R014 148. ResolutionTo express the Council’s support, should the citizens of Richmond approve a second referendum for the development and operation of a resort casino, for appropriating one-third of the revenues received as a result of the development and operation of such resort casino to a reserve fund for the purpose of supplanting any decrease in funds received by the School Board of the City of Richmond as a result of adjustments to the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Composite Index of Local Ability to Pay.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
RES. 2022-R015 149. ResolutionTo direct the City Planning Commission to prepare, submit to public hearing, and adopt an amendment to the Master Plan making certain changes to the Master Plan for the inclusion of Creighton Court, Fairfield Court, Gilpin Court, Hillside Court, Mosby Court North, Mosby Court South, and Whitcomb Court as priority growth nodes.introduced and referred  Action details Not available
CD.2022.091 1  Council Document February 28, 2022 Introduction Papers List   Action details Not available