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REVISED AGENDA 2-10-20

DRAFT MINUTES 1-27-20

ADOBE PDF PACK  2-10-20
 

COMMUNICATIONS
1. Anita Paul, Mayor’s Office memorandum re: Retail Beer Off Premise – Small Farm Wine-Retail, Grocery Store Wine – COM from Johnathan Muse, for CVS/Pharmacy #10975, 2501 McCain Boulevard, by Taylor McKinney.

2. Jennifer Hughes, Petition Requesting Speed Hump on North Hills Boulevard (7901), (10 signatures – for).

3. Bruce Engstron, Treasurer Argenta Downtown Central Business Improvement District No. 31 – Annual Financial Report for Year End December 31, 2019.

4. C. Tad Bohannon, Chief Executive Officer, Central Arkansas Water letter to Mayor Joe A. Smith re: Proposed Issuance of Revenue Bonds (not more than $6.5 million).

​5. Mayor Smith, letter to City Council Members re: Expansion of responsibilities of Kenny Stephens to include Director of Traffic Services

6. Anita Paul, Mayor’s Office memorandum re: Private Club B – Retail Beer On Premise – Change of Manager from William Laury, for Vision’s, 7900 Bicentennial Road, by Alan Chang (note: address outside city limits).

7. Anita Paul, Mayor’s Office memorandum re: Retail Beer Off Premise – Small Farm Wine – Retail, & Grocery Store Wine – New, for Family Dollar Store #20741, 2633 Pike Avenue, by Lonnie W. McCaffety.

8. Anita Paul, Mayor’s Office memorandum re: Retail Beer Off Premise – Small Farm Wine – Retail, & Grocery Store Wine – New, for Family Dollar Store #21921, 4149 E. Broadway, by Lonnie W. McCaffety.

9. Anita Paul, Mayor’s Office memorandum re: Retail Beer Off Premise – Small Farm Wine – Retail, & Grocery Store Wine – New, for Family Dollar Store , 5613 MacArthur Drive, by Lonnie W. McCaffety.

10. Anita Paul, Mayor’s Office memorandum re: Retail Beer Off Premise – Small Farm Wine – Retail, & Grocery Store Wine – New, for Family Dollar Store, 4204 Camp Robinson Road, by Lonnie W. McCaffety.

11. Anita Paul, Mayor’s Office memorandum re: Retail Beer Off Premise – Small Farm Wine – Retail, & Grocery Store Wine – New, for Family Dollar Store #03145, 4143 John F. Kennedy Boulevard, by Lonnie W. McCaffety.

12. Anita Paul, Mayor’s Office memorandum re: Retail Beer Off Premise – Small Farm Wine – Retail, & Grocery Store Wine – New, for Family Dollar Store 2115, Highway 161, by Lonnie W. McCaffety.

13. Anita Paul, Mayor’s Office memorandum re: Restaurant Beer and Wine Combo – New, for Old Mill Pizza, 4000 John F Kennedy Boulevard, by James Born.

PRESENTATIONS
None.

SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARING(S) 3 minutes
Please sign in with the City Clerk before the meeting convenes at 6:00 p.m. 

CITIZENS PUBLIC COMMENT ON NUMBERED LEGISLATION 3 minutes
Please sign in with the City Clerk before the meeting convenes at 6:00 p.m.
INCLUDES ALL PUBLIC HEARINGS

UNFINISHED BUSINESS
None.
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CONSENT AGENDA
R-20-20      Mayor Smith
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an agreement with the Arkansas Arts Center ($40,000.00)
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R-20-21      Mayor Smith
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a prepurchased food agreement with Arkansas Foodbank ($20,000.00)
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R-20-22      Mayor Smith
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a program agreement with the North Little Rock Police Athletic League ($60,000.00)
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R-20-23      Mayor Smith
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an enhanced community services agreement with the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub, Inc. ($125,000.00)
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R-20-24      Mayor Smith
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an agreement with Thea Foundation ($48,000.00)
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R-20-25      Mayor Smith
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an agreement with Ozark Mission Project ($10,000.00)
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R-20-26      Mayor Smith
Amending the 2020 Enhanced Community Services Agreement with Argenta Downtown Council; appropriating funds ($130,000.00)
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R-20-27      Mayor Smith
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a contract for service between the Patrick Henry Hays Senior Citizens Center and BGC Advantage d/b/a Hickory View Limited Partnership
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R-20-28      Mayor Smith
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a contract for service between the Patrick Henry Hays Senior Citizens Center and BGC Advantage d/b/a Maple Place Limited Partnership
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NEW BUSINESS
RESOLUTIONS
R-20-29      Mayor Smith
Amending the 2020 budget for the City of North Little Rock to reauthorize and include additional expenditures for specified departmental budgets
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R-20-30      Mayor Smith
Amending the 2020 budget for the North Little Rock Electric Department to reauthorize and include additional expenditures
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R-20-31      Mayor Smith
Certifying the amount of a clean-up lien to be filed with the Pulaski County Tax Collector against certain real property located at 315 North Hickory Street in the City of North Little Rock; Arkansas ($3,213.73)
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ORDINANCES
O-20-07      Mayor Smith
Appointing North Little Rock Municipal Property Owners Improvement District Commissioners to Municipal Multipurpose Property Owners’ Improvement District No. 28
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O-20-08      Mayor Smith
Waiving formal bidding requirements for the purchase of License Plate Reader Cameras from Skycop Inc., a sole source vender ($62,195.58)
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O-20-09      Mayor Smith
Waiving formal bidding requirements for the purchase of a surveillance system from Crime Point, Inc., a sole source vender ($56,521.71)
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O-20-10      Council Member Robinson
Prohibiting signs in the public right-of-way; amending and repealing certain provisions of the North Little Rock code
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O-20-11      Council Member Robinson
Reclassifying certain property located at 1300 West 4th Street in the City of North Little Rock, Arkansas, from R-4 zoning classification to PUD zoning classification by amending Ordinance No. 7697 (Thomas Engineering Company)
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O-20-12      Council Member Taylor
Amending Ordinance No. 9130, as amended by Ordinance No. 9154, which granted a conditional use to allow a tire shop and an auto detail business in a C-4 zone for property located at 923 East Broadway Street in the City of North Little Rock, Arkansas
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O-20-13      Council Member Harris
Accepting streets and drainage facilities within Phase 1 of Grandview Place in the City of North Little Rock (White-Daters & Associates, Inc.)
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O-20-14      Council Member Taylor
Granting a waiver of Section 14.104(E) of the Zoning Ordinance to allow electronic changeable copy signs on certain real property located at 860 East Broadway in the City of North Little Rock, Arkansas (Inderjit Singh)
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PUBLIC COMMENT ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS
All persons wishing to speak must have completed a public comment card and return it to the City Clerk before this meeting is convened; speakers have 3 minutes to address their topic

Respectfully submitted,
Diane Whitbey, CAMC / MMC
City Clerk and Treasurer        

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