AGENDA

 

Monday, March 21, 2011

 

Meetings of Standing Committees

Council Conference Room

6:45 P.M.

REGULAR MEETING OF THE MISHAWAKA COMMON COUNCIL

COUNCIL CHAMBERS/CITY HALL

 7:00 P.M.

1.  Call to Order

 

2.  Pledge of Allegiance

 

3.  Roll Call John Roggeman absent

                  

4.  Approval of the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of March 07, 2011     

approved

 

5.  Petitions, Communications, Remonstrance and Memorials

 

Clerk Block read the following letters of recommendation;

A letter from the Board of Zoning Appeals regarding recommendations from their March 8, 2011 meeting.

 

A letter from the City Plan Commission regarding recommendations from their March 8, 2011 meeting.

 

6.   Report of Special Committee Mr. Gleissner reported on the Solid Waste meeting concerning tipping fees and recycling fees for our new Dispatch Center in 2014

 

7.   Ordinances on First Reading

 

Clerk Block read the following proposed ordinance and assigned to committee;

P.O. NO. 2011-03        Rezone from R-2,C-1,I-1 to R-1 Single Family Residential - Northeast corner of Wells and West 6th Streets – for 2 Single Family Habitat for Humanity Homes.

                             (Assigned to Land Use Planning Committee)

 

 

 

 

 

8._ _Resolutions

 

Clerk Block read the following resolution and opened the public hearing;

 

     R2011-02                Use Variance to allow off-site car sales

     Passed 8 to 0           events - 6501 Grape Rd – UP Mall

                        Gates Automotive Group

 

 

9.   Ordinances on Second Reading

 

Clerk Block read the following proposed ordinance and opened the public hearing;

 

     P.O. NO. 2011-02        Amend Fire Department Case Report Fee $5.00

     Passed 8 to 0           (Assigned to Budget and Finance Committee)

     Ordinance No. 5300

 

10.  Privilege of the Floor – Non-Agenda Items

 

George Lane spoke on enforcing the noise ordinance concerning motorcycles

and how TIF money should be spent.

 

James Elliot, President of Local 360 Firefighters, spoke on the grievance filed against the city for violating the negotiated collective bargaining agreement.

 

11.  Unfinished Business  none

 

 

12.  New Business   none

 

 

13.  Adjournment   8:31 pm

 

At this time I know of no other business to come before the Council.

Deborah S. Block, MMC, City Clerk

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