AGENDA

Monday, August 15, 2016

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 - Woody Emmons absent

4. Approval of the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of August 1, 2016  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 August 9, 2016 meeting.
  • A letter from the Mishawaka City Plan Commission regarding recommendations from their August 9, 2016 meeting.
 

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. NO. 2016-16 Annex and Zone to C-4 Automobile Oriented 1732 E. McKinley Ave.
P. O. NO. 2016-17 Rezone from R-1 to C-1 for parking lot for 1617 Milburn Blvd (Pone Express)
P. O. NO. 2016-18 Amend the PUD for Beacon Health Systems, Inc. and Memorial Health Systems, Inc. and Site Signage 3221 Beacon Parkway

8.   Resolutions  

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

R2016-23
Postponed to
09-06-2016
Use Variance for Used Auto Parts Services – 1732 E. McKinley Ave.
R2016-24
Passed 8 to 0
Use Variance for a 140’ Monopole Communications Tower – 5225 Grape Rd – Restore Habitat for Humanity

9.   Ordinances on Second Reading  

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

P.O. NO. 2016-14
Passed 8 to 0
Ord No 5537
Establishing a Local Option Income Tax (LOIT) Special Distribution Fund
(Assigned to Budget and Finance Committee)
P.O. NO. 2016-15
Passed 8 to 0
Ord No 5538

Additional Funds - 

Public Safety LOIT  $10,000
Park Non-Reverting  $32,500
Rainy Day  $450,000
LOIT Special Dist.  $950,000

(Assigned to Budget and Finance Committee)

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

11.  Unfinished Business  None

12.  New Business  

George Wright, 751 Bugle Lane addressed the issue of citizens feeding wild animal/geese. Clerk Block stated there are ordinances on the books against feeding them. The fine can be $25.00 to $2,500.00.

Clerk Block stated the next regular council meeting will be September 06, 2016 due to Labor Day.

Matt Mammolenti announced there will be no Twin Branch Neighborhood meeting in August they will resume September 21st at Fire Station #4 Harrison Rd.

Bryan Tanner thanked Phil Blasko, Superintendent of Parks and Sally Johnson for the tour and use of their newly renovated facility for “The Oaks” Neighborhood meeting.

13.  Adjournment  7:38PM

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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