CITY ATTORNEY'S AGENDA
FOR THE MEETING OF JULY 23, 2019


O R D I N A N C E S:

(1) 2nd Reading REZN-04-19-0664: An ordinance to amend the text of the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) in regards to Table 3.1.1 by permitting Self Service storage and Warehousing and Distribution, General by Special Exception in UPT (Uptown) and CRD (Central Riverfront District) Districts. The Planning Advisory Commission and the Planning Department recommend approval. (Requestor - Ken Henson)

(2) 2nd Reading - An Ordinance providing for the levy, assessment, and collection of taxes for the public school system of Columbus, Georgia; and for other purposes. (Budget Review Committee)

(3) 2nd Reading - An ordinance amending Chapter 13 of the Columbus Code to revise the Columbus Code section 13-170 pertaining to exemptions for certain non-profit entities from putrescible solid waste fees; and for other purposes. (Mayor Pro-Tem Pugh)

(4) 1st Reading - An ordinance amending Chapter 3 of the Columbus Code to provide for the alcoholic beverage licensing of Bottle Shops; to update certain definitions; and for other purposes. (Councilor Garrett)

(5) 1st Reading - An Ordinance providing a moratorium not to exceed 180 days on the use of Shared Electronic Scooters within the confines of Columbus, Georgia except for test programs authorized by this Council and that said moratorium shall expire no later than midnight on January 27, 2020; and for other purposes. (Councilor Crabb)


R E S O L U T I O N S:

(6) A resolution exempting certain non-profit entities from 50% of the fees, and for any other inert, putrescible or non-putrescible fees set forth in Section 13-170(a) of the Columbus Code; and for other purposes. (Mayor Pro-Tem Pugh)

(7) A resolution recognizing and expressing appreciation to the Columbus Sports Council for bringing the 2019 USA Softball International Cup to Columbus and to City volunteers and workers for their efforts. (Columbus Council)

(8) A resolution expressing concern of issues surrounding the delay in contracting and construction of a veterans Outpatient Clinic in Columbus, Georgia. (Councilor House)

(9) A resolution encouraging the Georgia Attorney General and the Georgia General Assembly to support an interstate compact with Alabama or other appropriate legislation so as to extend immunity of first responders across state lines when responding to emergencies or natural disaster with personnel and equipment from Georgia into Alabama and vice versa. (Columbus Council)

(10) Add-On: A resolution supporting and recommending creation of United States Postal Service postage stamps commemorating Eugene Jacques Bullard. (Councilors House and Crabb)