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2-18-19 CC Meeting COMMON COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2019 - 6:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS/CITY HALL/ONE CIVIC SQUARE MEETING CALLED TO ORDER Council President Jeff Worrell; Council Members: Laura Campbell, Ronald E. Carter,Anthony Green, Sue Finkam, H. Bruce Kimball, Kevin D. Rider and Deputy Clerk Jacob Quinn were present. Council President Worrell called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. AGENDA APPROVAL Two items added to the agenda under Agenda Add-On Items INVOCATION Pastor Andy Stephenson,Northview Church, delivered the Invocation. Councilor Carter led the Pledge of Allegiance. RECOGNITION OF CITY EMPLOYEES AND OUTSTANDING CITIZENS RECOGNITION OF PERSONS WHO WISH TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL There were none. COUNCIL AND MAYORAL COMMENTS/OBSERVATIONS There were none. CONSENT AGENDA Councilor Kimball moved to approve the consent agenda. Councilor Finkam seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Worrell called for the vote. The motion was approved 7-0. a. Approval of Minutes 1. February 4, 2019 Regular Meeting b. Claims 1 1. Payroll $2,908,272.77 2. General Claims $2,095,901.07 3. Retirement$101,138.56 4. Wire Transfers $3,828,222.65 ACTION ON MAYORAL VETOES There were none. COMMITTEE REPORTS Councilor Finkam reported that the Finance,Utilities and Rules Committee had met. Resolution CC-02- 04-19-02 passed with appositive 3-0 recommendation, Resolution CC-12-17-18-04 passed with a positive 3-0 recommendation, Ordinance D-2455-19 passed with a positive 3-0 recommendation, Ordinance D- 2450-18 is returning to Council on a 3-0 vote with no recommendation. Councilor Green reported that the Land Use and Special Studies Committee had met. Ordinance D-2448- 18 remains in committee and Ordinance Z-638-18 is returning to Council on a 3-0 vote with no recommendation. OTHER REPORTS—(at the first meeting of the month specified below): Anna Kaiser gave a report from the Trinity Free Clinic Jeremy Kashman, City Engineer, gave a report on plans for 136th Street around the football stadium. Doug Haney, Corporation Counsel, gave an annual report for the Ethics Board. Mr. Haney also gave a report to Council regarding the efforts of his department to handle more collections in house. OLD BUSINESS Councilor President Worrell announced the Fifth Reading of Ordinance D-2448-18; An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, Amending Chapter 6, Article 5, Division VIII, Section 6-158 of the Carmel City Code; Sponsor: Councilor Carter. Item remains in the Land Use and Special Studies Committee. Councilor President Worrell announced the Fourth Reading of Ordinance Z-638-18; An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, Rezoning 6.16 acres at SE Corner of North Illinois Street and 111th Street From S2 (Residential)to the MC (Meridian Corridor) District. Councilor Green report that the item is returning 3-0 from the Land Use and Special Studies Committee with no recommendation. However,he stated a fair agreement had been reached by the petitioner and the surrounding residents for the purchase of their homes as well as an agreement between the city and the petitioner for the payment of taxes in perpetuity. Councilor Rider moved to add in the amended commitments to Ordinance Z-638-18. Councilor Campbell seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Worrell called for the vote. The motion was approved 7-0. Councilor Finkam moved to approve Ordinance Z-638-18. Councilor Campbell seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Worrell called for the vote. Ordinance Z-638-18 was approved 7-0. 2 Councilor President Worrell announced the Fourth Reading of Ordinance D-2450-18; An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, Amending Sections 8-47 and 8-48 to Chapter 8, IArticle 5 of the Carmel City Code. Councilor Worrell passed the gavel to Vice-President Campbell. Council President Worrell moved to withdraw Ordinance D-2450-18. Councilor Finkam seconded. There was no council discussion. Councilor Campbell called for the vote. The motion to withdraw Ordinance D- 2450-18 was approved 7-0. Councilor President Worrell regained the gavel. Councilor President Worrell announced Resolution CC-12-17-18-04: A Resolution of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana,Amending the Contract With the Cannel Professional Firefighters Association. Councilor Finkam announced that this item was returning from the Finance,Utilities and Rules committee with a positive 3-0 recommendation. Councilor Rider moved to approve Resolution CC- 12-17-18-04. Councilor Carter seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Worrell called for the vote. Resolution CC-12-17-18-04 was approved 7-0. Councilor President Worrell announced Resolution CC-01-07-19-01: A Resolution of the Common Council of the City of Cannel, Indiana, Recognizing Additions to the Historic Contributing Buildings Survey as Recommended by the Cannel Historic Preservation Commission/Councilor Carter moved to remove the item from the table. Councilor Rider seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Worrell called for the vote. The motion was approved 7-0. Mark Dollase,Administrator for the Cannel Historic Preservation Commission, presented on the resolution. Councilor Finkam moved to table Resolution CC-01-07-19-01. Councilor Carter seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council IPresident Worrell called for the vote. The item was tabled. Councilor President Worrell announced the Second Reading of Ordinance Z-639-18; An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, Establishing the 2724 E 136th St. Planned Unit Development District. Item remains in the Land Use and Special Studies Committee. Councilor President Worrell announced the Second Reading of Ordinance Z-640-18; An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Cannel, Indiana, Amending a Variety of Standards, Procedures, and Definitions in the Unified Development Ordinance. Item remains in the Land Use and Special Studies Committee. Councilor President Worrell announced Resolution CC-02-04-19-02: A Resolution of the Common Council of the City of Cannel, Indiana. Amending the Contract with the Carmel Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 185. Councilor Finkam announced that this item was returning from the Finance, Utilities and Rules committee with a positive 3-0 recommendation. Councilor Finkam moved to approve Resolution CC-02-04-19-02. Councilor Rider seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Worrell called for the vote. Resolution CC-02-04-19-02 was approved 7-0. Councilor President Worrell announced the Second Reading of Ordinance D-2455-19; An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Cannel, Indiana, Amending Ordinance D-2436-18. Councilor Finkam announced that this item was returning from the Finance, Utilities and Rules committee with a positive 3- 0 recommendation. Councilor Finkam moved to approve Ordinance D-2455-19. Councilor Carter Iseconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Worrell called for the vote. Ordinance D- 2455-19 was approved 7-0. PUBLIC HEARINGS 3 Councilor President Worrell announced the First Reading of Ordinance D-2453-19; An Ordinance of Ithe Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, Designating a Single Site Historic District Located at 155 Audubon Drive. Councilor Rider moved to introduce the item into business. Councilor Carter seconded. Mark Dollase presented the item to Council. Council President Worrell opened the public hearing at 7:24 p.m. Elisa Montoya, the property owner, spoke in support of the ordinance. Seeing no one else who wished to address Council, Council President Worrell closed the public hearing at 7:28 p.m. Councillor Rider moved to suspend the rules and act on this tonight. Councilor Carter seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Worrell called for the vote. The motion was approved 7-0. Councilor Rider moved to approve Ordinance D-2453-19. Councilor Carter seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Worrell called for the vote. Ordinance D-2453-19 was approved 7-0. NEW BUSINESS AGENDA ADD-ON ITEMS Councilor President Worrell announced Resolution CC-02-18-19-01: A Preliminary Resolution Designating an Economic Revitalization Area for The Braun Corporation D/B/A Braunability, and Establishing a Public Hearing. Councilor Rider moved to introduce the item into business. Councilor ICarter seconded. Councilor Finkam presented the item to Council. Mayor Brainard addressed Council. Jon Oberlander,Assistant Corporation Counsel, addressed Council. Councilor Rider moved to approve Resolution CC-02-18-19-01. Councilor Finkam seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Worrell called for the vote. Resolution CC-02-18-19-01 was approved 7-0. Councilor President Worrell announced Resolution CC-02-18-19-02: A Preliminary Resolution Designating an Economic Revitalization Area for ATAPCO Cannel, Inc, and Establishing a Public Hearing. Councilor Finkam moved to introduce the item into business. Councilor Rider seconded. Councilor Finkam presented the item to Council. Councilor Finkam moved to approve Resolution CC-02- 18-19-02. Councilor Rider seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Worrell called for the vote. Resolution CC-02-18-19-02 was approved 7-0. OTHER BUSINESS Hamilton County Solid Waste Management District Board Appointment; 1 Appointment. Councilor Rider nominated Councilor Kimball to serve on the Board. Councilor Carter seconded. Council President Worrell closed nominations and hearing no discussion, called for the vote. Councilor Kimball was appointed 6-0 (Kimball abstain). ANNOUNCEMENTS There were none. IEXECUTION OF DOCUMENT 4 ADJOURNMENT ICouncil President Worrell adjourned the meeting at 7:41 p.m. Respectfully submitted, i f C -Treasurer C ' ine S. Paule Approved, Jef , ouncil Pr ident AT ST C ' me S. Pauley, erk-Treasurer I I