AGENDA

Monday, July 06, 2015

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 - All Present

4. Approval of the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of June 15, 2015 and Special Meeting of June 29, 2015

Approved

5.  Petitions, Communications, Remonstrance and Memorials

Clerk Block opened the floor to Lt. Tim Williams for the D.A.R.E. presentations;

Presentation of the D.A.R.E. Essay City Champions

  • Grayden Artusi, Mishawaka Catholic
  • Grace Surber, Covenant Christian School

 Clerk Block read the following appeals and petitions by title;

Appeal No. 2015-26 Use Variance to allow Residential Use in a C-4 Auto Oriented District – 3837 Lincolnway East
Appeal No. 2015-28 Use Variance to allow a Marine Use and Various Developmental Variance – 1620 Clover Rd
Petition No. 2015-19 Rezone from C-7 Auto Oriented Restaurant Commercial to C-4 Auto Oriented Com – 1725 E. McKinley Ave
Petition No. 2015-20 Rezone from C-1 General Commercial to R-1 Single Family Residential – 3626 Lincolnway East

6.   Report of Special Committee  None

7.   Ordinances on First Reading

Clerk Block read the following proposed ordinances by title and assigned to committee;

P. O. 2015-14 Re-establishing Cumulative Capital Development Fund
(Assigned to Budget and Finance Committee)
P. O. 2015-15 Sewage Works Refunding Revenue Bonds
(Assigned to Budget and Finance Committee)

8.   Resolutions

R2015-22
Passed 9 to 0
Honoring Father Barry England Pastor of St. Bavo’s Catholic Church
R2015-23
Passed 9 to 0
Honoring Anna Rohrer for Her Many Accomplishments
R2015-24
Passed 9 to 0
Consolidated Tax Increment Financing District Statutory Obligation Regarding Evaluation of Assessed Valuation

9.   Ordinances on Second Reading

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

P.O. NO. 2015-10
Passed 9 to 0
Ordinance No. 5486
Establishing 2319 Lincolnway East as a Local Landmark
(Assigned to Land Use Planning Committee)
P.O. NO. 2015-11
Passed 9 to 0
Ordinance No. 5487
Vacate Portion of Alley North of 615 S. Byrkit Ave
(Assigned to Land Use Planning Committee)
P.O. NO. 2015-12
Passed 9 to 0
Ordinance No. 5488
Rezone from C-1 General Commercial to C-3 City Center Commercial – 101 E. Mishawaka Avenue
(Assigned to Land Use Planning Committee)
P.O. NO. 2015-13
Passed 9 to 0
Ordinance No. 5489
Vacate Public Right of Way and Underlying Utility Easement Rights – Unimproved Kline St.
(Assigned to Land Use Planning Committee)

10.  Privilege of the Floor – Non-Agenda Items  None

11.  Unfinished Business  None

12.  New Business  

Woody Emmons Neighborhood Meeting will be 07-16-2015, at 7:00PM at St. Bavo’s School. The speakers will be Dick Curry and Marcia Wells, Community Collaborating Committee.

John Roggeman complemented the administration on the Central Park Ribbon Cutting and how well it was attended.

John Reisdorf stated Anna Rohrer and Tanner Bradley are the Tribune’s athletes of the year.

13.  Adjournment  8:45PM

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

Deborah S. Block
IAMC, MMC, City Clerk

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