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City Council Meeting

 City of Smyrna
2800 King Street
Smyrna, Georgia 30080

 

City Council
Meeting Agenda - Final
Council Chambers
Monday, November 18, 2019
7:00 PM

 

Roll Call

Call to Order

1. Invocation and Pledge: Reverend Derek Porter, Smyrna First United Methodist Church (1315 Concord Rd)

2. Agenda Changes:

3. Mayoral Report:

A. 2019 421 Campbell High School Educational Foundation Report
Sponsors: Gould

4. Land Issues/Zonings/Annexations:

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

A. 2019 362 Public Hearing Zoning Request Z19 015 Rezoning from RD to R 8 for the development of a 2 lot subdivision at 4.35 units per acre 0.46 Acres Land Lot 593 1540 Whitefield Street Allan Khalife
Sponsors: Blackburn

5. Privilege Licenses:

6. Formal Business:

A. ORD2019 24 Approve the amendment to the City of Smyrna's Code of Ordinances, Chapter 6 entitled Alcoholic Beverages, by amending Article II, License, Division 2, Application, Section 6 119 Citizenship and Residency
Sponsors: Gould

B. 2019 416 Approval to record the Official City Election Results for the General Municipal Election for the City of Smyrna for Mayor and Wards 1 7 held November 5, 2019. There were 7,954 ballots cast 21.73% of 36,597
registered voters in the Municipal General Election.

Mayor, Registered voters (36,597) 7918 total votes cast 21.63% of registered voters, Alex Backry 100 1.26%, Ryan Campbell 1,963 24.79%, Laura Mireles 394 4.98%, Derek Norton 3,725 47.04%, Steve Rasin 1,736 21.92%.

Ward 1, Registered voters (3,931) 522 total votes cast 13.28% of registered voters, Glenn Pickens ran unopposed 432 votes 100%.

Ward 2, Registered voters (5,100) 701 total votes cast 13.75% of registered voters, Incumbent Andrea Blustein 341 votes 50%; Austin Wagner 341 50%, this ward will go into a runoff.

Ward 3, Registered voters (6,535) 1639 total votes cast 25.08% of registered voters, Incumbent Maryline Blackburn 766 votes 47.05%; Travis Lindley 862 votes 52.95%.

Ward 4, Registered voters (5,519) 1640 total votes cast 29.72% of registered voters, Incumbent Charles (Corkey) Welch ran unopposed received 1,319 votes 100%.

Ward 5, Registered voters (4,071) 869 total votes cast, 21.35% of registered voters, Suz Kaprich 72 votes 8.42%, James (JD) Smith 340 votes 39.77%, Susan Wilkinson 443 votes 51.81%.

Ward 6, Registered voters (5,594) 1342 total votes cast 23.99% of registered voters; Incumbent Tim Gould ran unopposed with 1,120 votes 100%.

Ward 7, Registered voters (5847) 1,241 total votes cast 21.22% of registered voters; David Monroe 518 votes 43.02%, Lewis A. Wheaton 686 votes 56.98%.

The Council Elect is Ward 1 Glenn Pickens; Ward 3 Travis Lindley; Ward 4 Charles (Corkey) Welch; Ward 5 Susan Wilkinson; Ward 6 Tim Gould; Ward 7 Lewis A. Wheaton

There will be a runoff election December 3, 2019 for the office of the Mayor Runoff candidates Ryan Campbell and Derek Norton and for the office of Ward 2, Runoff candidates Incumbent Andrea Blustein and Austin Wagner.
Sponsors: Welch

C. 2019 424 Approval of FY 2020 Budget Amendment
Sponsors: Welch

D. 2019 413 Approval of the FY 2020 budget amendment for staff merit increases.
Sponsors: Welch

E. 2019 414 Approval to purchase a new Motorola MCC7500 radio console system from Motorola Solutions Inc. 500 W. Monroe St. Chicago, IL. 60661, for the E911 Center, which was approved in the FY2020 CIP for $74,992.
Sponsors: Norton

F. 2019 420 Approval to award RFP 20 013 Public Works Roof Replacement to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder Riley Contracting Inc. located at 100 Eagle Run Senoia, Georgia 30276 in the amount of $141,871.00 to be funded out of the FY2020 CIP and authorize the Mayor to execute any related documents.
Sponsors: Welch

7. Commercial Building Permits:

8. Consent Agenda:

A. 2019 422 Approval of the November 4, 2019 Mayor and Council Meeting minutes.

B. 2019 423 Approval of the November 4, 2019 Pre Council Meeting minutes.

C. 2019 415 Approval of the October 31, 2019 Committee of the Whole Meeting minutes.

D. 2019 410 Authorize Atkins Park Tavern to operate a beer/wine/specialty two item cocktail station, beyond the boundaries of the premises (of Atkins Park Tavern) covered by the license, at the Smyrna Ugly Christmas Sweater Block Party & Movie Night event in the downtown area Saturday, December 7, 2019 (5:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.) at an assigned vendor space within the approved event. The exact location of the cocktail/drink station is to be within the food service area for the event, from W Spring Street to Village Green traffic circle, and from Village Walk/Bank Street to King Street SE. Streets closed during the event will be King Street in front of the Veteran's Memorial, from Bank Street to Village Green Circle in front of Community Center.
Sponsors: Bacon

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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