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Council Meetings: City Council meetings occur at 7:00 p.m. (the first and third Mondays of each month) inside the Council Chambers at Smyrna City Hall at 2800 King Street. The public is invited and encouraged to participate. (Agendas are prepared in advance, posted and available in the City Clerk’s office or online on the Friday prior to the scheduled meeting.) The meetings are carried live on Charter Communications Public Access Channel 181. (For rebroadcast schedules on Cobb County Channel 23, please refer to the TV23 section of the website.) Generally, the replay of the last City of Smyrna Council meeting will be at 7:00 p.m. on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. Meetings are also available via live streaming that may be viewed using nearly all internet connected devices.  When a City Council meeting is scheduled, you may go directly to the live broadcast by selecting the "Live Proceedings" tab on the public viewing site at the start time/date of the meeting you wish to view. (The system has intelligent media routing and will recognize most internet connected devices and provide appropriate view for the device.) For more information on the service and to find it in the future, go to the "Your Government" section of this website and/or link to Live/On-Demand/Archived Meeting Video page and bookmark the page.

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City Council Meeting



City Council

Meeting Agenda ‑ Final

Council Chambers

Monday, January 7, 2019\

7:00 PM


Roll Call

Call to Order

1. Invocation and Pledge: Pastor Shell Osbon, Life Church Smyrna Assembly of God (4100 King Springs Rd)

2. Agenda Changes:

3. Mayoral Report:

4. Land Issues/Zonings/Annexations:

Speaking time for the public hearing related to the following land issues/zonings/annexations will be (5) five minutes.

5. Privilege Licenses:

6. Formal Business:

A. 2018 535 Adoption of Recreate Smyrna Parks and Recreation Master Plan
Sponsors: Wilkinson

B. 2019 11 Award RFP19 012 City of Smyrna Lattanzi Field (Ward Park) for a backstop and safety netting system to the lowest bidder Quality Diversified Services, 1975 Lost Mountain Rd., Powder Springs, GA, for $164,962.50 funded by CDBG and authorize the Mayor to execute any related documents.
Sponsors: Wilkinson

C. 2019 01 Approval to fix and publish qualifying fees for upcoming 2019 City General Election for Mayor and Council seats the qualifying fee for Mayor will be set at $756.00 and for Council $567.00.
Sponsors: Fennel

7. Commercial Building Permits:

8. Consent Agenda:

A. 2019 06 Approval of the December 17, 2018 Mayor and Council Meeting Minutes

B. 2019 02 Approval of the December 17, 2018 Pre Council Meeting Minutes

C. 2019 08 Approval of the November 29, 2018 Committee of the Whole Meeting Minutes

D. 2019 09 Approval of the December 13, 2018 Committee of the Whole Meeting Minutes

E. 2019 03 Approval for Atkins Park Tavern to extend premises for Smyrna OysterFest January 26 27, 2019 during hours of operation.
Sponsors: Fennel

F. 2019 04 Approval of 2019 17th Annual St. Patrick's Day Celebration Weekend in the Market Village Saturday, March 16, 2019 11:00 am 11:00 PM and Sunday, March 17, 2019 11:00 AM 9:00 PM . Atkins Park Tavern
requests street closing for the 2019 St. Patrick's Day Celebration to include West Spring Street from Atlanta Road and terminating at the end of the fountain area at the corners of Atkins Park Tavern and Corner Taqueria.
Sponsors: Fennel

G. 2019 05 Approval of Atkins Park Annual Crawfish Boil Saturday, April 27, 2019, from 11:00 am 11:00 pm
and Sun., April 28, 2019, from 11:00 am 10:00 pm. Atkins Park Tavern requests street closing to include Market Village from Atlanta Road to the midpoint of the Market Village (at the circular brick seating area) and City Hall for the duration of the two day event. The traffic circle to the midpoint section will remain closed Saturday through event setup and end/cleanup on Sunday (bands outdoors must end each evening at/by 10:00 pm) with all of the Market Village area to reopen upon conclusion of the event on Sunday evening. Vehicle access to/through both sides of the Market Village parking areas will remain open for the duration between the midpoint of the Market Village and the pavilion directly in front of City Hall. Approval is also requested for placement of a beer
trailer/station at the intersection of W. Spring Street and King Street to sell to persons attending the Spring Jonquil Festival which is managed by JRM Management.
Sponsors: Fennel

9. Committee Reports:

10. Show Cause Hearings:

11. Citizen Input: Speaking time for citizen input will be limited to three minutes.

12. Adjournment:

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