During the November 15 City Council meeting, Ordinance 1596 was introduced and had first reading. Ordinance 1596 was written to allow setback encroachments for architectural features commonly referred to as “bump outs” for new construction buildings on corner lots. This ordinance has been forwarded to the Planning Board for Master Plan Consistency review at its 12/12/2016 meeting. Council will have second reading and public hearing on December 13.
Also on November 15, each resolution on the Consent Agenda was adopted, including…
- Resolution 214, which authorizes a contract for utility reconstruction on 38th Street (Central Avenue to Kneass Street).
- Resolution 218, which authorizes two co-op purchases of Rock Salt for use during the winter season.
- Resolution 220, which authorizes a Governmental National Cooperative Purchasing Program for the acquisition of a Natural Gas Engine Generator.
- Resolution 222, which authorizes the advertisement of a Request for Proposals for Professional Animal Control Services.
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