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5-20-19 CC Meeting COMMON COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES MONDAY, MAY 20, 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, H. Bruce Kimball, Sue Finkam and Deputy Clerk Jacob Quinn were present. Councilor Kevin D. Rider was not present. Council President Worrell called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. AGENDA APPROVAL Agenda approved 6-0. INVOCATION Bishop Randy Wardwell, The Family Church, delivered the Invocation. Councilor Carter led the Pledge of Allegiance. RECOGNITION OF CITY EMPLOYEES AND OUTSTANDING CITIZENS Council President Worrell asked for a moment of silent for Les Olds who passed away. Council President Worrell swore in the newest police officers of the Cannel Police Department. RECOGNITION OF PERSONS WHO WISH TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL Stacy London, Breath Easy Hamilton County, spoke in favor of Ordinance D-2462-19 (Ordinance regulating the use of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems re-cigarettes") in public places). Gail Thomas spoke about the dangers of 5G Technology/Infrastructure. COUNCIL AND MAYORAL COMMENTS/OBSERVATIONS Councilor Finkam thanked city employees for all of their hard working in dealing with the recent storm in Cannel. ICouncil President Worrell announced that Volunteer Carmel was just launched. People can register online to volunteer for City events. CONSENT AGENDA 1 Councilor Finkam moved to approve the consent agenda. Councilor Campbell seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Worrell called for the vote. The motion was approved 6-0. a. Approval of Minutes 1. April 15, 2019 Regular Meeting 2. April 23, 2019 Special Meeting 3. May 2, 2019 Special Meeting b. Claims 1. Payroll $2,780,019.24 2. General Claims $1,749,442.79 3. Wire Transfers $6,015,670.11 ACTION ON MAYORAL VETOES There were none. COMMITTEE REPORTS Councilor Finkam reported that the Finance, Utilities and Rules Committee had not met. Councilor Green reported that the Land Use and Special Studies Committee had not met. OTHER REPORTS—(at the first meeting of the month specified below): Henry Mestetsky, Executive Director of the Carmel Redevelopment Commission, gave the monthly report. Carmel Historic Preservation Commission(Quarterly—January, April, July, October) Winston Long gave the bi-annual report for the Carmel Cable and Telecommunications Commission. Arnie Hanish gave the bi-annual report for the Audit Committee. Maria Murphy have a report on the Carmel Christkindlmarkt OLD BUSINESS Councilor President Worrell announced the Ninth 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. Item remains in the Land Use and Special Studies Committee. Councilor President Worrell announced the Second Reading of Ordinance D-2462-19; An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana,Amending Chapter 6, Article 5, Division VIII, Sections 6-157 and 6-161 of the Cannel City Code. Councilor Finkam moved to lift the item from committee, Councilor Campbell seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Worrell Icalled for the vote. The motion was approved 6-0. Cannel Police Officer Shane VanNatter presented the item to Council. Council President Worrell referred the item back to the Finance, Utilities and Rules Committee. PUBLIC HEARINGS 2 Councilor President Worrell announced the First Reading of Ordinance Z-641-19; An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, Rezoning 3 Parcels located at 1040, 1112 and 1118 S. Range Line Road from the B3/Business District Within the Range Line Overlay to the Cl/City Center IDistrict. Councilor Campbell moved to introduce the item into business. Councilor Carter seconded. Councilor Campbell presented the item to Council. Council President Worrell opened the public hearing at 7:44 p.m. Seeing no one who wished to address Council, Council President Worrell closed the public hearing at 7:44:30 p.m. Council President Worrell referred the item to the Land Use and Special Studies Committee. Councilor President Worrell announced the First Reading of Ordinance Z-642-19; An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, Rezoning 7 parcels located at the southeast corner of Range Line Road and City Center Drive from the R2/Residence and B7/Business District within the Range Line Overlay to the C2/Mixed Use District. Councilor Finkam moved to introduce the item into business. Councilor Carter seconded. Councilor Campbell presented the item to Council. Adrienne Keeling, Department of Community Services,presented on the item. Council President Worrell opened the public hearing at 7:47 p.m. Seeing no one who wished to address Council, Council President Worrell closed the public hearing at 7:48 p.m. Council President Worrell referred the item to the Land Use and Special Studies Committee. Councilor President Worrell announced the First Reading of Ordinance D-2465-19; An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, Designating a Single Site Conservation District Located at E. 126th Street and Plum Creek Blvd. Councilor Carter moved to introduce the item into Ibusiness. Councilor Campbell seconded. Councilor Carter and Sam Burgess, Cannel Historic Preservation Commission, presented the item to Council. Council President Worrell opened the public hearing at 8:02 p.m. Jerry Pachciarz,resident of Plum Creek, addressed Council. Seeing no one who wished to address Council, Council President Worrell closed the public hearing at 8:03 p.m. Councilor Carter moved to suspend the rules and act on this tonight. Councilor Finkam seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Worrell called for the vote. The motion was approved 6-0. Councilor Carter moved to approve Ordinance D-2465-19. Councilor Finkam seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Worrell called for the vote. Ordinance D- 2465-19 NEW BUSINESS Councilor President Worrell announced the First Reading of Ordinance D-2466-19; An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, Amending Chapter 8, Article 3, Section 8-17 of the Cannel City Code. Councilor Campbell moved to introduce the item into business. Councilor Green seconded. Councilor Kimball presented the item to Council. Benjamin Legge, Assistant Corporation Counsel,present on the item. Council President Worrell referred the item to the Finance,Utilities and Rules Committee. AGENDA ADD-ON ITEMS IThere were none. OTHER BUSINESS 3 Property Abatements/Compliance with Statement of Benefits—Deadline was May 15,2019: Council President Worrell referred the items to the Finance, Utilities and Rules Committee 1. Allegient, LLC 2. Baldwin&Lyons, Inc. 3. Belden, Inc. 4. Capital Bank and Trust Co. 5. Dealer Services Corporation 6. KAR Auction Services, Inc. 7. Meridian Medical Partners, LLC 8. Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc (MISO) 9. The Capital Group Companies 10. Blue Horseshoe Solutions, Inc. 11. Schlage Lock Company, LLC IANNOUNCEMENTS There were none. EXECUTION OF DOCUMENT ADJOURNMENT Council President Worrell adjourned the meeting at 8:12 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Cl rk-Treasurer C ' ine S. Pauley Approved, , Counci Pre 'dent ATTES 's 'ne S. Paule Jerk-Treasurer 4