Lafayette Common Council Agenda

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Regular Session

 

Monday, June 6, 2022 @ 6:00 PM

 

Pledge of Allegiance

 

Roll Call

 

Public Hearing

 

Ordinance 2022-13 (An Ordinance for Additional Appropriation and for Transfer of Appropriations Between Major Budget Classifications in the Police Continuing Education Fund (Fund #2320))

 

Resolution No. 2022-11 (A Resolution Declaring the Designation of Certain Real Estate as and Economic Revitalization Area (ERA) and Approving the Application for Property Tax Abatement-Fairfield Manufacturing Company, Inc.-Personal Property)

 

Approval of Minutes

 

May 2, 2022 regular meeting

 

Presentation and Disposal of Claims

 

Presentation of Petitions and Communications

 

Reports of City Offices on File in the City Clerk's Office

 

Fleet Maintenance Monthly-March and April

 

Renew Department Monthly-March and April

 

Water Works Department Monthly-March and April

 

Ordinances for Second Reading

 

Ordinance 2022-11 (An Ordinance Amending Certain Sections of Chapter 7.06-Stopping, Standing and Parking)

 

Ordinance 2022-12 (An Ordinance Adding New Chapter 8.09-Temporary Dumpster and Portable Storage Devices Within Public Right-of-Way)

 

Ordinance 2022-13 (An Ordinance for Additional Appropriation and for Transfer of Appropriations Between Major Budget Classifications in the Police Continuing Education Fund (Fund #2320))

 

Ordinances for First Reading

 

Ordinance 2022-17 (A Ordinance Amending Chapter 1.02 of the Lafayette Municipal Code Pertaining to Ordinance Violation Bureau)

 

Ordinance 2022-18 (An Ordinance to Amend the Zoning Ordinance of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, to Rezone Certain Real Estate From I3 to GB-3488 thru 3524 Brady Lane, BET Rentals, LLC)

 

Ordinance 2022-19 (An Ordinance to Amend the Zoning Ordinance of Tippecanoe County, Indiana to Rezone Certain Real Estate from NBU to R1U, 707 Wabash Avenue-Jasmine Jones, Petitioner)

 

Ordinance 2022-20 (An Ordinance to Amend the Zoning Ordinance of Tippecanoe County, Indiana-UZO Amendment #104 )

 

Resolutions

 

Resolution No. 2022-13 (A Resolution Confirming the Designation of Certain Real Estate as an Economic Revitalization Area (ERA) and Approving the Application for Property Tax Abatement-Fairfield Manufacturing Company, Inc.-Personal Property)

 

Resolution 2022-14 (A Resolution Declaring Racism as a Public Health Crisis in the City of Lafayette, Indiana)

 

Resolution 2022-15 (A Resolution of the City of Lafayette, Indiana, Approving the Issuance of Bonds and, if Necessary, Bond Anticipation Notes of the City of Lafayette Redevelopment District)

 

Resolution 2022-16 (A Resolution of the Lafayette Common Council Annual Tax Abatement Compliance)

 

Reports of Standing Committees

 

Reports of Special Committees

 

Miscellaneous and New Business

 

Reports by the Mayor

 

Reports of Councilmen

 

Public Comment

 

Adjournment

Public Comment: We welcome public comment and encourage active participation at this meeting. However, in order to proceed efficiently, public comment will be limited to two areas of this meeting. First, there will be an opportunity for public comment on ordinances or resolutions currently before the Council. These comments should be limited to three (3) minutes in length and be germane and relevant to the Ordinance or Resolution. All participants will be required to maintain a high level of civility, respect, and courtesy for everyone present. Any participant, who after being advised, persists in a discourteous or hostile manner which may disrupt the meeting will be asked to leave.


At the end of the meeting, time will be reserved for public comment on any issue or concern you may have. Please remember to keep your comments concise and limited to three (3) minutes. Finally, the open comment section is not an opportunity for you to make inappropriate comments about, or personally attack council members or city officials. Again, all participants are required to maintain a high level of civility, respect, and courtesy for everyone present. Any participant, who after being advised, persists in a discourteous or hostile manner which may disrupt the meeting will be asked to leave. This is your opportunity to contribute to the community and assist the council in addressing issues that are important to the City of Lafayette.