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12-3-18 CC MeetingCOMMON COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2018 - 6:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS/CITY HALL/ONE CIVIC SQUARE MEETING CALLED TO ORDER Council President Kevin D. Rider; Council Members: Laura Campbell, Ronald E. Carter, Anthony Green, Sue Finkam, H. Bruce Kimball and Deputy Clerk Jacob Quinn were present. Councilor Jeff Worrell was not present. Council President Rider called the meeting to order at 6:01 p.m. INVOCATION Pastor Mark Wright, Hazel Dell Christian Church/Venture Christian Church, delivered the Invocation. Councilor Carter led the Pledge of Allegiance. RECOGNITION OF CITY EMPLOYEES AND OUTSTANDING CITIZENS There were none. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Councilor Kimball moved to approve minutes from the November 19, 2018 Regular Meeting. Councilor Campbell seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Rider called for the vote. Minutes were approved 6-0. RECOGNITION OF PERSONS WHO WISH TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL Doug Letthauser asked Council to look at acceptable noise levels, even inside the times allowed by city code. Nancy Tatutm informed Council that she supports the Spring Green Garden Club's proposal to make lasting changes in the City's landscaping policies to help ensure the long-term survival of the Monarch Butterfly. Kevin Weber informed Council that he supports the Spring Green Garden Club's proposal to make lasting changes in the City's landscaping policies to help ensure the long-term survival of the Monarch Butterfly. Marcia Bothwell informed Council that she supports the Spring Green Garden Club's proposal to make lasting changes in the City's landscaping policies to help ensure the long-term survival of the Monarch Butterfly. Lana Compo informed Council that she supports the Spring Green Garden Club's proposal to make lasting changes in the City's landscaping policies to help ensure the long-term survival of the Monarch Butterfly. Rosemarie Springer informed Council that she supports the Spring Green Garden Club's proposal to make lasting changes in the City's landscaping policies to help ensure the long-term survival of the Monarch Butterfly. Lucy Mikula informed Council that she supports the Spring Green Garden Club's proposal to make lasting changes in the City's landscaping policies to help ensure the long-term survival of the Monarch Butterfly. COUNCIL AND MAYORAL COMMENTS/OBSERVATIONS There were none. ACTION ON MAYORAL VETOES There were none. CLAIMS Councilor Kimball moved to approve Payrolls in the amount of $2,231,566.91. Councilor Campbell seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Rider called for the vote. Payroll was approved 7-0. Councilor Carter moved to approve General Claims in the amount of $1,988,845.85. Councilor Finkam seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Rider called for the vote. Claims were approved 7-0 COMMITTEE REPORTS Councilor Finkam reported that the Finance, Utilities and Rules Committee had not met Councilor Campbell 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. Brenda Myers, President and CEO of Hamilton County Tourism, gave a report to Council on the White River Vision Plan. Cathy Weber, Spring Green Garden Club, gave a presentation to Council on the monarch butterfly. OLD BUSINESS PUBLIC HEARINGS Councilor President Rider announced the First Reading of Ordinance D-2449-18; An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, Authorizing and Approving an Additional 2 Appropriation of Funds from the Operating Balance of the General Fund to the 2018 Carmel Fire Department Budget. Councilor Finkam moved to introduce the item into business. Councilor Campbell seconded. Chief Dave Haboush, Carmel Fire Department, presented the item to Council. President Rider opened the public hearing at 6:44:55 p.m. Seeing no one who wished to address Council, Council President Rider closed the public hearing at 6:45:10 p.m. Councilor Finkam moved to suspend the rules and act on this tonight. Councilor Carter seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Rider called for the vote. The motion was approved 6-0. Councilor Finkam moved to approve Ordinance D-2449-18. Councilor Campbell seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Rider called for the vote. Ordinance D-2449-18 was approved 6-0. NEW BUSINESS Councilor President Rider announced Resolution CC -12-03-18-01: A Resolution of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, Approving a Transfer of Funds Within the 2018 Information & Communication Systems Department Budget. Councilor Finkam moved to introduce the item into business. Councilor Carter seconded. Timothy Renick, Director of Information and Communication Systems, presented the item to Council. Councilor Finkam moved to approve Resolution CC -12-03-18- 01. Councilor Carter seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Rider called for the vote. Resolution CC -12-03-18-01 was approved 6-0. Councilor President Rider announced Resolution CC -12-03-18-02: A Resolution of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, Approving a Transfer of Funds Within the 2018 Motor Vehicle Highway Fund Budget. Councilor Carter moved to introduce the item into business. Councilor Campbell seconded. Jon Oberlander, Assistant City Attorney, presented the item to Council. Dave Huffman, Street Commissioner, addressed Council about the resolution. Councilor Carter moved to approve Resolution CC -12-03-18-02. Councilor Campbell seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Rider called for the vote. Resolution CC -12-03-18-02 was approved 6-0. Councilor President Rider announced Resolution CC -12-03-18-03: A Resolution of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, Approving a Transfer of Funds from the 2018 Department of Administration Budget and 2018 Carmel Fire Department Budget Into the 2018 Carmel Building Operations Budget. Councilor Finkam moved to introduce the item into business. Councilor Carter seconded. Jim Crider, Director of Administration, presented the item to Council. Councilor Finkam moved to approve Resolution CC -12-03-18-03. Councilor Carter seconded. There was no Council discussion. Council President Rider called for the vote. Resolution CC -12-03-18-03 was approved 6-0. Councilor President Rider announced the First Reading of Ordinance D-2446-18; An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, Amending Chapter 2, Article 4, Section 2-102 of the Carmel City Code. Councilor Carter moved to introduce the item into business. Councilor Finkam seconded. Henry Mestetsky presented the item to Council. Councilor Rider referred the item to the Finance, Utilities and Rules Committee Councilor President Rider announced the First Reading of Ordinance D-2447-18; An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, Adding Subsection (65) to Chapter 8, Article 5, Section 8-47(a) of the Carmel City Code. Councilor Carter moved to introduce the item into business. Councilor Campbell seconded. Councilor Rider held the item over and did not send it to committee. Councilor President Rider announced the First 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. Councilor Carter moved to introduce the item into business. Councilor Finkam seconded. Councilor Carter presented the item to Council. Benjamin Legge, Assistant City 3 1 1 Attorney, addressed Council regarding the resolution. There was extensive discussion about the kennel in question. Councilor Rider referred the item to the Land Use and Special Studies Committee. ANNOUNCEMENTS There were none. EXECUTION OF DOCUMENT ADJOURNMENT Council President Rider adjourned the meeting at 7:10 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Jerk -Treasurer ChKstine S. Pauley Approved, evin Rider, Council President AT Chine S. Paule , Clerk -Treasurer 4