Apartments, town houses, one-way street and new restaurant alcohol license on city agenda

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The Monroe City Council has a full agenda for its April Work Session beginning at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4, 2017. The meeting returns to the newly renovated council chambers at City Hall on north Broad Street.

Included in the agenda are discussions on several upcoming public hearings concerning rezones to make way for apartments and town homes, a discussion on making Lumpkin Street a one-way and a  beer and wine license for a new restaurant headed for south Madison Street in Monroe. The public is invited to all meetings.

I. CALL TO ORDER
II. DEPARTMENT REPORTS
1. April Monthly Reports
III. COMMITTEE INFORMATION
1. Finance
a. GMA Lease Purchase
b. Community Center Amended Lease Agreement and Fee Schedule
2. Airport
3. Public Works
4. Utilities
a. Approval – Surplus Items
5. Public Safety
6. Economic Development
IV. ITEMS OF DISCUSSION
1. Upcoming Public Hearings
a. Rezone – 410 Davis Street & 412 Davis Street
b. Variance – 412 Davis Street
c. Rezone – 600 South Broad Street
d. Rezone – 221 Baker Street, 106 Olympian Way, 215 Baker Street, & Part of 237 Baker Street
e. Rezone – 506 South Broad Street, 709 Alcovy Street, 100 Walker Street, 700 South Broad Street, 129 Second Street, & 119 Second Street
f. North Lumpkin Street Conversion to One-Way
2. Application – Beer & Wine On-Premise Consumption – Shifters
3. Appointment – Historic Preservation Commission
4. Media Relations Policy
5. Workplace Safety Policy
6. Vehicles, Equipment, & Facility Maintenance Policy
7. City Council Policy of Procedures & Protocols
V. ITEMS REQUIRING ACTION
1. GICH Qualified Allocation Plan Recommendation
VI. ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION
1. Real Estate Issue (s)
2. Personnel Issue (s)
VII. ADJOURN

 

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