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Bradenton City Council Agenda Results: March 26, 2014

Published Friday, March 28, 2014

BRADENTON – At Wednesday's regular meeting, the Bradenton City Council passed an ordinance that will amend regulations on demolition of buildings deemed unsafe. A Special Use Amendment to establish a charter school at 3809 59th Street West was also approved. Councilman Gene Gallo was absent from the meeting.

 

(Agenda voting results provided by Tim McCann)

 

INVOCATION & PLEDGE (The City does not endorse the religious beliefs of any speaker.)

Invocation by Father Glen Graczyk of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church.


1. MEETING CALLED TO ORDER

- Mayor Wayne Poston

 

2. PROCLAMATIONS

National Tartan Day: April 6, 2014

 

3. PRESENTATION

- FDOT: 9th Street West improvements.

 

4. ADMINISTERING THE OATH 

 

5. CITIZEN COMMENTS

 

6. CONSENT AGENDA (Passed 4-0, with Councilman Gallo absent)

a) Telephone system contract.
b) Vehicle for Hire Operators Permit.
c) Minutes: March 12 City Council meeting.
d) Budget Adjustment – Parking Fund.
e) RFQ award recommendations.


7. BUSINESS/ADVERTISING, PETITIONS, HEARINGS AND COMMUNICATIONS

 

8. NEW BUSINESS BY DEPARTMENT HEADS, CITY ATTORNEY AND COUNCIL

 

ORDINANCE 2961  SECOND READING & PUBLIC HEARING

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRADENTON, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER XVIII, BUILDING AND BUILDING REGULATIONS OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES PROVIDING THERETO A NEW SECTION 36 PROVIDING FOR THE DEMOLITION OF UNSAFE STRUCTURES; PROVIDING FOR A TITLE; PROVIDING FOR APPLICABILITY; PROVIDING FOR DEFINITIONS; PROVIDING FOR ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT; PROVIDING FOR NOTICES; PROVIDING FOR EXTENSIONS OF TIME AND APPEALS; PROVIDING FOR IMPLEMENTATION; PROVIDING FOR EMERGENCIES; PROVIDING FOR COSTS AND LIENING OF PROPERTY; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (Passed 4-0, Gallo absent)

 

SA.14.00027  WARD 3   NEIGHBORHOOD 1.01             PUBLIC HEARING
Request of Gary Walczak, agent for John Delesline, owner, for a Special Use Amendment to establish a restaurant in an existing lounge at 436 12th Street West (zoned T5, Historic District) (Passed 4-0, Gallo absent)

 

SA.14.00028  WARD 1 NEIGHBORHOOD 4.06      PUBLIC HEARING Request of ZNS Engineering, agent for Manatee County Girls Club, owner, for a Special Use Amendment to establish a charter school at 3809 59th Street West (zoned R-1). (Passed 4-0, Gallo absent)


9. BUSINESS BY APPOINTMENT 

 

10. COUNCIL REPORTS 

 

11. DEPARTMENT HEAD REPORTS A motion to extend the DaVinci Machine Exhibit's lease of the Bradenton Municipal Auditorium to July 7 passed 4-0 (Gallo absent).

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