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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Sept. 20 City Council meeting notice.

Monday, September 20, 2010 Regular Council Meeting Agenda 6:00 PM

INVOCATION - Mr. Roy Foster, Alpharetta First United Methodist Church.

CALL TO ORDER 1) ROLL CALL

2) PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE (Led by the Mayor)
3) APPROVAL OF MEETING AGENDA (Add or remove items from the agenda)
(Agenda Item No. 10-1235)

4) PUBLIC COMMENT 5) CONSENT AGENDA 1. Approval of the August 23rd Special Called Meeting Minutes. (Agenda Item No. 10-1236) (Sudie Gordon, Interim City Clerk)

2. Approval of the September 8th, 2010 Regular Council Meeting Minutes. (Agenda Item No. 10-1237) (Sudie Gordon, Interim City Clerk)

3. Approval of Financial Statements for Period Ending August, 2010. (Agenda Item No. 10-1238) (Stacey Inglis, Finance Director)
4. Approval of an Agreement Between City of Milton and Bank of North Georgia to Initiate Debit and Credit Entries through the Automated Clearing House Network. (Agenda Item No. 10-1239) (Stacey Inglis, Finance Director)

5. Approval of a Parks and Recreation Event License Agreement Between the City of Milton and Kolleen Riddick of CorePhysique to Offer Fitness Camp Classes at Bell Memorial Park. (Agenda Item No. 10-1240) (Cyndee Bonacci, Parks and Recreation Director)

6. Approval of a Revised Fee Schedule for the City of Milton Parks and Recreation Department. (Agenda Item No. 10-1241) (Cyndee Bonacci, Parks and Recreation Director)

7. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Milton and Forsyth County for McGinnis Ferry Roadway Project. (Agenda Item No. 10-1242) (Ken Jarrard, City Attorney)

8. Approval of a Task Order with Street Smarts, Inc. for the Design of Intersection Improvements for Arnold Mill Road at New Providence Road in the Amount of $149,995.25. (Agenda Item No. 10-1243) (Carter Lucas, Public Works Director)

9. Approval of a Task Order with Street Smarts, Inc. for the Design of Intersection Improvements for Birmingham Highway at Providence Road in the Amount of $154,949.57. (Agenda Item No. 10-1244) (Carter Lucas, Public Works Director)

10. Approval of a Roundabout Support and Lighting Agreement with GDOT for the Intersection Improvement at Birmingham Highway and Providence Road. (Agenda Item No. 10-1245) (Carter Lucas, Public Works Director)

6) REPORTS AND PRESENTATIONS (None)

7) FIRST PRESENTATION (None)

8) PUBLIC HEARINGS 1. Approval of an Ordinance of the Mayor and Council of the City of Milton, Georgia, to Adopt Amendments to the Fiscal 2010 Budget for Each Fund of the City of Milton, Georgia Amending the Amounts Shown in Each Budget as Expenditures, Amending the Several Items of Revenue Anticipations, Prohibiting Expenditures to Exceed Appropriations, and Prohibiting Expenditures to Exceed Actual Funding Available. (Agenda Item No. 10-1230) (First Presentation on September 8, 2010) (Stacey Inglis, Finance Director)

9) ZONING AGENDA
1. ZM10-02 - A request by JSB Triangle, Inc., located on Morris Road and Bethany Bend, Hidden Forest Subdivision to modify 2002Z-105 and 2003ZM-067/2003VC- 0247 to modify Condition 2.a. (2003ZM-067) by deleting the November 18, 2003 site Plan currently referenced and substituting and placing in lieu thereof the site plan filed on June 30, 2010. To modify Condition 3.e. (2002Z-105) by reducing the minimum 50-foot perimeter principal building setback to 35 feet where the subject site adjoins property zoned AG-1 (Agricultural). (Agenda Item No. 10-1196) (Deferred on August 2, 2010)
(First Presentation on September 8, 2010) (Lynn Tully, Community Development Director)
2. RZ10-04 - Approval to Amend the City of Milton Zoning Ordinance to Create a Required Distance for Convenience Stores and Service Stations from Residential Uses/Zoning Districts within the Northwest Fulton Overlay and State Route 9 Overlay Districts (Chapter 64 Division 5 and Chapter 64 Division 6). (Agenda Item No. 10-1212) (Administratively Deferred on August 16, 2010)
(First Presentation on September 8, 2010)
(Work Session on September 13, 2010)
(Lynn Tully, Community Development Director)

10) UNFINISHED BUSINESS 3. Approval of An Ordinance to Amend the Code of Ordinances of the City of Milton, to Establish the Code of Ethics for the City of Milton; to Further and Incorporate the Policies and Laws of the State of Georgia Relating to Ethical Standards; to Create the Board of Ethics and Provide for Board Membership, Duties, and Responsibilities; to Provide for the Disposition of Ethics Complaints; to Ensure Compliance with Ethical Standards; to Repeal Conflicting Provisions; to Provide for Severability; to Provide for an Effective Date; and for Other Purposes. (Agenda Item No. 10-1221)
(First Presentation on September 8, 2010) (Ken Jarrard, City Attorney)
4. Approval of an Ordinance of the Mayor and Council of the City of Milton, Georgia, to Adopt Amendments to the Fiscal 2010 Budget for Each Fund of the City of Milton, Georgia Amending the Amounts Shown in Each Budget as Expenditures, Amending the Several Items of Revenue Anticipations, Prohibiting Expenditures to Exceed Appropriations, and Prohibiting Expenditures to Exceed Actual Funding Available. (Agenda Item No. 10-1230)
(First Presentation on September 8, 2010) (Stacey Inglis, Finance Director)

11) NEW BUSINESS (None)
12) MAYOR AND COUNCIL REPORTS

13) STAFF REPORTS

14) EXECUTIVE SESSION (If needed)

15) ADJOURNMENT (Agenda Item No. 10-1246)

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

NO roundabouts!

Fenway1 said...

Look kids, Big Ben, Parliament....

Anonymous said...

We need roundabouts. They are more efficient, save more money, cause fewer delays, and in general, make more sense than intersections and traffic lights.

Tim Enloe said...

If you are open to roundabouts, then you must be ok with the gov't taking your front yard. As I am sure you are aware, that is what would happen to come residents in this case.

Tim Enloe
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770 653 0552

Anonymous said...

So, all roundabouts must be placed in someone's front yard. Is that what you are saying? I find that hard to believe.

Tim Enloe said...

No. What I am saying is that if a roundabout is constructed, it will take area from someone's property. That resident will then lose land to the city and part of their front yard in the process.

Remember, not everyone in Milton lives in subdivisions. Please be objective.

Tim Enloe
Accessmilton.com
770 653 0552

Councilwoman Karen Thurman said...
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Anonymous said...

Gary Lauder makes a good point on this subject.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlty0OPcU6k

Tim Enloe said...

There is a problem in our community when people are so willing to write off other property owners perspectives if they were forced off of their property or some of their property was taken away via gov't hands.

Remember the basis for the founding of this country: equal treatment under the law. When we negate from that, we are going farther and farther away from what our founding fathers wanted this country to be.

Tim Enloe
Accessmilton.com
770 653 0552

Anonymous said...

Tim I agree with you in principal however you must take a better look at the areas in question. The intersection of Birmingham and Providence has land for the taking pretty much. The kudzu has been there for years, so wouldn't you think the owner would be happy that someone is willing to pay for it so they can get something in return. That being said, I'm certainly not in favor of roundabouts as the drivers in this area are far too stupid to figure them out.

Karen Thurman said...
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Anonymous said...

Anonymous or not Anonymous? Doesn't really matter now does it? You think Karen Thurman actually commented on here? Tim, why don't you just take the comments OFF all together?

Anonymous said...

Delete all comments as was done with original "Road to Safety"

Tim, laugh a little and relax, right.