CITY OF MELBOURNE, FLORIDA MINUTES – REGULAR MEETING BEFORE CITY COUNCIL JANUARY 27, 2009
The applicant shall provide a buffer consisting of a six-foot opaque fence along the east and south property lines, which shall be reviewed and constructed during the construction plan review process.
Mrs. Dittmer responded to general questions about the zoning change.
There were no disclosures by Council and no comments during the public hearing.
Moved by LaRusso/Tasker for approval of Ordinance No. 2009-02, based upon the findings contained in the Planning and Zoning Board memorandum. Motion carried unanimously.
Moved by Meehan/Nowlin for approval of Ordinance No. 2009-03, based upon the findings contained in the Planning and Zoning Board memorandum. Motion carried unanimously.
M o v e d b y T a s k e r / M e e h a n f o r a p p r o v a l o f t h e s i t e p l a n , b a s e d u p o n t h e f i n d i n g s a n d
conditions contained in the Planning and Zoning Board memorandum. unanimously.
ORDINANCE NO. 2009-04 (A&V NO. 294): (First Reading/Public Hearing) An ordinance vacating a portion of the existing public utilities and maintenance easement as well as a portion of the 30’ wide water main easement at 625 Distribution Drive. (Applicant - Jim’s Concrete)
The City Attorney read the ordinance by title. City Engineer Jenni Lamb was available for questions.
There were no disclosures by Council and the public hearing was opened and closed with no comments.
Moved by LaRusso/Nowlin for approval of Ordinance No. 2009-04. unanimously.
ORDINANCE NO. 2009-05, ATTRACTIVE NUISANCE CONDITIONS: (First Reading) An ordinance amending Chapter 15 of the City Code, entitled “Health and Sanitation,” to recognize an attractive nuisance condition as a public nuisance and permitting temporary repairs for security or life safety violations of the City Code as well as allowing for assessments for such repairs made. (Authorized by Council - 10/28/08)
City Attorney Paul Gougelman read Ordinance No. 2009-05 by title. The following is an excerpt from the agenda report:
The City Council requested that the City Attorney draft a proposal to establish by ordinance a program permitting temporary repairs for security or life safety violations. The ordinance would also allow assessments of private properties for emergency repairs made.
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