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Bradenton City Council Agenda Results: July 16, 2014

Published Wednesday, July 16, 2014 12:30 pm

BRADENTON – At Wednesday's meeting, the Bradenton City Council heard a presentation by Commissioner Carol Whitmore and Jeannie Holmes Bystrom on the issue of the often-lethal harm to local bird wildlife caused by fishing lines. In other business, the council approved a Special Use Amendment requested by Fawley Bryant Architecture for a chilled water facility; a School Resource Officers Program Agreement between the city police department and the Manatee School Board; a contract renewal for the company behind the city's red light cameras; keeping the tentative property millage rate at 5.8976; and establishing public hearing dates for said rate.

  

 

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

- Invocation by Pastor Nick Manassa of Resonate Life Church.


1. MEETING CALLED TO ORDER       Mayor Wayne Poston

 

2. PROCLAMATIONS

 

3. PRESENTATION

- Commissioner Carol Whitmore and Jeannie Holmes Bystrom

 

4. ADMINISTERING THE OATH 

 

5. CITIZEN COMMENTS

 

6. CONSENT AGENDA (Passed unanimously)

a) Public Event: Inaugural Twilight 5K Ghost Run-Walk/Oct. 18 downtown.
b) Public Event: Bradenton Blues Fest/Dec. 5-6 at Riverwalk.
c) Public Event: Music in the Park/Monthly, Jan.-May 2015 at Riverwalk amphitheater. 
d) Public Event: Pickin’ Picnic/May 23, 2015 at Riverwalk.
e) Reduction to current Permit Fee schedule.
f) Resolution 14-26: 2014-17 CDBG Consolidated Plan and 2014-15 Annual Action Plan.
g) Resolution 14-27 reappointing Thomas Vorpahl to the Merit Board.
h) Resolution 14-28: reappointing Donald Bingham to the MPO Citizens Advisory Board.
i) Minutes: June 25 City Council meeting.
j) Budget adjustment – Judicial Center Parking Garage paystations.

 


7. BUSINESS/ADVERTISING, PETITIONS, HEARINGS & COMMUNICATIONS

SU.14.00118   WARD 4     NEIGHBORHOOD 1.01 (Passed unanimously)
Request of Fawley-Bryant Architects, agent, for Manatee County Government, owner, for Special Use approval to establish an Electric Substation (Chilled Water Facility) at 323 9th Street West (zoned T6-Urban Core).


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

Carl Callahan, City Clerk & Treasurer

2014-15 School Resource Officers Program Agreement between Manatee County School Board and City of Bradenton Police Department. (Passed unanimously)

Red light camera contract renewal. (Passed 4-1, with Councilman Bemis Smith dissenting)

- Tentative millage rate and public hearing dates. (Passed unanimously)


9. BUSINESS BY APPOINTMENT 

 

10. COUNCIL REPORTS 

 

11. DEPARTMENT HEAD REPORTS

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Thelma Mathis December 14, 2014
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Sarah Robinson December 12, 2014
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