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DANVILLE CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING
REVISED AGENDA

MUNICIPAL BUILDING

October 19, 2021

7:00 P.M.

 
PRESIDING: Alonzo L. Jones, Mayor  
     
CITY COUNCIL
MEMBERS:
James B. Buckner
L.G. "Larry" Campbell, Jr.
Bryant Hood
Barry P. Mayo

 
Dr. Gary P. Miller, Vice Mayor
Sherman M. Saunders
J. Lee Vogler, Jr., 
Madison J. Whittle
STAFF: Ken F. Larking, City Manager
Earl B. Reynolds, Jr., Deputy City Manager
W. Clarke Whitfield, Jr., City Attorney
Susan M. DeMasi, City Clerk

 
 
             
The City Council is the City of Danville’s legislative body and is composed of nine Council members.  Council members are elected to serve a four year term of office and elects one of its own to serve as Mayor and presiding officer for a two year term.

Time and Place of Meeting
The public is invited and encouraged to attend and participate in the City Council meetings.  The City Council meets in the City Hall, Fourth Floor, Council Chambers at 7:00 p.m. on the first and third Tuesday of each month.  All meetings of the Council are open to the public.
 
Communications from Visitors
Communication from Visitors is an opportunity for citizens to address Council on matters not on the agenda.  Citizens who desire to speak on agenda items will be heard when the agenda item is considered.  Each speaker shall clearly state his or her name and address. Each individual speaker shall have five uninterrupted minutes.  A representative of a group may have up to ten uninterrupted minutes to make a presentation.  The representative shall identify the group and a group may have no more than one spokesperson. Time will be kept using the electronic timer on the podium. 
 
Guidelines for Public Hearings
For Public Hearings the applicant or his or her representative shall be the first speaker(s).  There shall be a time limit of ten (10) minutes for the applicant’s or his or her representative’s presentation. The presiding officer shall then solicit comments from the public, asking those in favor of the proposal to speak first, and then those opposed to the proposal. Each speaker must clearly state his or her name and address. There shall be a time limit of three (3) minutes for each individual speaker.  If the speaker represents a group, there shall be a time limit of five (5) minutes. A speaker representing a group shall identify the group at the beginning of his or her remarks. A group may have no more than one spokesperson.  The presiding officer may limit or preclude comment which is repetitive, redundant, cumulative, or irrelevant to the subject of the public hearing. After public comments have been received, in a land use case, the applicant or the representative of the applicant, at his or her discretion, may respond with a rebuttal. There shall be a five (5) minute time limit for rebuttal.
 
MEETING CALLED TO ORDER
 
ROLL CALL
 
INVOCATION - Sherman M. Saunders
 
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
 
COMMUNICATIONS FROM VISITORS
 
               
 
Citizens who desire to speak on matters not listed on the agenda will be heard at this time.  Citizens who desire to speak on agenda items will be heard when the agenda item is considered.
 
CONSENT AGENDA

All matters listed under the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine, have previously been discussed by City Council and/or introduced for First Reading.  There will be no separate discussion on these items and they will be enacted by one motion. If discussion is desired by a Council Member or a citizen, the item(s) will be removed from the consent process and considered separately.

  A.             Public Hearing
 
B.   Consideration of Approval of Minutes from Regular Council Meeting held on September 21, 2021.
Council Letter Number CL - 2657.
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C.   Consideration of Amending the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Appropriation Ordinance  for Grant Funds from the Department of Homeland Security.
Council Letter Number CL - 2624.

An Ordinance Amending the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Appropriation Ordinance to Provide for a Grant from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management in an Amount of $115,360.91 and a Local Share in the Amount of $11,536.09 for Extrication Equipment for Three Fire Trucks for a Total Appropriation in the Amount of $126,897.00, and Appropriating Same
FINAL ADOPTION
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D.   Consideration of Amending the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Appropriation Ordinance for Housing and Urban Development Funds.
Council Letter Number CL - 2622.

An Ordinance Amending the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Appropriation Ordinance for Projects to be or Being Undertaken to Improve the Danville Community Financed with Community Development Block Grant, Home Investment Partnership Funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Estimated Program Income for a Total Appropriation of $1,245,901.00.
FINAL ADOPTION
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E.   Consideration of Amending the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Appropriation Ordinance for a Grant from the Department of Juvenile Justice for Electronic Monitoring and Outreach Detention Programs and Prevention Services/Pro-Social Skills Program.
Council Letter Number CL - 2640.

An Ordinance Amending the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Appropriation Ordinance for a Grant from the Department of Juvenile Justice in the Amount of $86,999 and a Local Share of $39,830 for a Total Appropriation of $126,829, to Provide for the Electronic Monitoring and Outreach Detention Programs and Prevention Services/Pro-Social Skills Program for the City of Danville at the W. W. Moore Jr. Detention Home and Appropriating Same.
FINAL ADOPTION
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F.   Consideration of Amending the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Appropriation Ordinance for a Grant to Aid Food Service Operations at W.W. Moore, Jr., Detention Home.
Council Letter Number CL - 2642.

An Ordinance Amending the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Appropriation Ordinance for a Federal Grant in the Amount of Approximately $38,681 to Aid the Food Service Operations at W. W. Moore, Jr. Detention Home and Appropriating Same.
FINAL ADOPTION
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APPOINTMENTS
 
A.   Consideration of an Appointment to the Danville Community Policy & Management Team.
Council Letter Number CL - 2653.

A Resolution Appointing Sandy Irby to the Danville Community Policy & Management Team as the Danville Pittsylvania Community Services Representative.
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NEW BUSINESS
 
A.   Review of General Fund Financials as of September 30, 2021
Council Letter Number CL - 2631.
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B.   Consideration of Approving Free Bus Service During the November Elections.
Council Letter Number CL - 2654.

A Resolution Authorizing the Danville Transit System to Offer Free Bus Service on Tuesday, November 2, 2021.
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C.   Consideration of Approving and Authorizing the City Manager to Execute the Assignment of an Existing Pole Attachment Franchise.
Council Letter Number CL - 2627.

A Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Assignment of an Existing Pole Attachment Franchise from Chatmoss Cablevision Inc. to its new Owner Zito Chatmoss LLC.
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D.   Consideration of Approving and Authorizing the Release of City-Held Liens Against Parcels #21232 and #24234 Jefferson Avenue and Parcels #22490, 22491 and 21930 Loyal Street.
Council Letter Number CL - 2628.

A Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Release of City-Held Liens Against Real Property Identified as Parcels #21232 and #24234 Jefferson Avenue and #22490, #22491, and #21930 Loyal Street to Facilitate their Conveyance to the Danville Redevelopment and Housing Authority.
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E.   Consideration of Approving and Authorizing the Release of City-Held Liens Against Parcels #20725, #21571, and #23906 Colquhoun Street.
Council Letter Number CL - 2629.

A Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Release of City-Held Liens Against Real Property Identified as Parcels #20725, #21571, and #23906 Colquhoun Street to Facilitate their Sale.
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F.   Consideration of the Appeal of the Commission of Architectural Review's Decisions at 918 Green Street and 154 Chestnut Street.
Council Letter Number CL - 2650.
 
1.      A Resolution Affirming the Commission of Architectural Review Decision to Approve Certificates of Appropriateness for Rooftop Solar Panel Installations at 918 Green Street and 154 Chestnut Street.
 
2. An Ordinance Reversing the Commission of Architectural Review’s Decision to Approve Certificates of Appropriateness for Rooftop Solar Panel Installations at 918 Green Street and 154 Chestnut Street.
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G.   Consideration of Amending the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Appropriation Ordinance for a Grant from the Department of Homeland Security.
Council Letter Number CL - 2645.
 
An Ordinance Amending the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Appropriation Ordinance to Provide for a Grant from the Department of Homeland Security in an Amount of $125,889.52 and a Local Share in the Amount of $6,294.48 for Equipment and to Administer Training to the Public for a Total Appropriation in the Amount of $132,184.00 and Appropriating Same.
FIRST READING
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H.   Consideration of Amending the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Appropriation Ordinance for Comprehensive Services Act Funds.
Council Letter Number CL - 2649.

An Ordinance Amending the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Appropriation Ordinance by Appropriating Comprehensive Services Act Funds and Providing Local Matching Funds for a Total Amount of $4,780,388 and Appropriating Same.
FIRST READING
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COMMUNICATIONS FROM: 

  A.         City Manager

  B.         Deputy City Manager  

  C.         City Attorney

  D.         City Clerk

  E.         Roll Call
 
ADJOURNMENT
 

    

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