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Michelle Horne

Michelle Horne

Tuesday, 16 January 2018 17:34

December 12, 2017

JOHNSON CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES

CITY HALL DECEMBER  12, 2017

 Mayor Chris Keeney called the meeting to order at 6:00 pm.

Present were Council Members Richard McMullen, Katherine Hudson, Bill Burnett,  Bob Fant  and  Melissa Pasinski. Also present were Recorder/Treasurer Jennifer Allen, Police Chief Vernon Sisemore, Fire  Chief Matt Mills, Public Works Director Jerry Morrow and Building Official Clay Wilson. City Attorney  Danny  Wright  had  a trail in Elkins and Council Member  Hunter  Haynes  was absent.                                                                       ,

Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to approve the minutes of the November 14, 2017 council meeting. Bob Fant made a motion to approve the minutes with corrections and was seconded by Richard McMullen. All approved.

Department Head Reports:

 Police Chief Vernon Sisemore stated that 27 new cases were opened and 19 were closed. Chief Sisemore stated there have been no qualified applicants for the open positions in the department.  Chief Sisemore  stated that  the mandatory  annual training for the department  is complete; from this point forward most training can be done in house but in January criminal justice training will need to be paid for. Chief Sisemore stated that for the first time since he's been here, there was an armed robbery; committed by 2 juveniles who

,ere caught and are being tried as adults.

Fire Chief Matt Mills stated there were 25 calls, most of which were EMS and the volume seems to have leveled off. Mills stated designation as a fire-wise community is complete and they received a check for

$1,000. Chief Mills stated there is still no ladder truck and Engine 1 has been taken to Springfield for repairs which will begin after the first of the year and will take a couple of months.

Public Works Director Jerry Morrow stated he has been coordinating with FEMA and they have a new crew in place now; the preliminary survey has been completed. Morrow stated 15 \     2n d  and Bryan Streets have been changed to one way (approved in the Master Street Plan); Morrow stated they have continued to work on the railroad ditch and a leak at Bowenworks has been repaired. Morrow stated they purchased a new Kubota mower and traded in the 2 old John Deeres.

Building Official/Maintenance Specialist Clay Wilson stated there were 2 building permits and 7 mechanical permits issued. Wilson stated he attended his yearly electrical certification class and a special medical marijuana HVAC class, and held TPR and PC meetings along with numerous other meetings with the City Engineer.

Recorder/Treasurer Jennifer Allen stated that Property Taxes and State Turnback have been received; Sales Taxes have not. Allen stated a Building Permit was issued for the RMP Building in Johnson Square valued at

$2.8 million. Allen stated $7,100 was spent on a new mower to replace the 2 worn out John Deere mowers, 750 was received in trade for the 2 old ones. Allen stated the Budget and Finance Committee has approved the 2018 Budget which will be discussed later in the meeting and she is watching interest rates as the plan is to invest $200,000 in CD's by the end of the year.

City Attorney Danny Wright stated that he has been working on the Animal Control/Code Enforcement position, both the Johnson Mill Boulevard and the Main and Wilkerson Overlay Districts, working with Clay and James on the Conditional Use Permit issues and an ordinance for payment of a fee in lieu of road improvements.

Mayor Keeney stated the Police Department has reinstated home stow units for our officers; working well as they arrive ready to go right to work.

Mayor Keeney stated he had spoken with the Rogers Chief of Police and a Lieutenant in Fayetteville and the said they were also not getting any good applicants.

Mayor Keeney stated that talking to the Corps of Engineers about the railroad and flooding issues was a no go and there would be no help from their end.

Unfinished Business: None

New Business:

 Mayor Keeney presented RESOLUTION 2017-10: A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR AND ADOPTING A BUDGET FOR THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS FOR THE TWELVE (12) MONTHS BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2018, AND ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2018; APPROPRIATING MONEY FOR EACH AND EVERY EXPENDITURE THEREIN

PROVIDED FOR AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Motion to approve was made by Bob Fant and seconded by Richard McMullen. All approved.

Mayor Keeney presented RESOLUTION 2017-11: A RESOLUTION SUPERSEDING RESOLUTION 2015-19 TO SET THE PER MEETING COMPENSATION FOR PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBERS PURSUANT TO ORDINANCE

2015-11. Motion to approve was made by Bob Fant and seconded by Richard McMullen. All approved.

Mayor Keeney stated that Saturday, December 16, 2018, was the annual Blue Lights of Christmas and the route could be found on the PD and City Facebook pages.

Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to pay the bills from the General Fund, Street Fund, Act 988 Fund and Court Automation Fund that the council had reviewed. Bob Fant made a motion to pay the bills and Melissa Pasinski seconded. All approved.

Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to adjourn which was made by Bill Burnett and seconded by Bob Fant. All approved. The meeting was adjourned at 7:05 pm.

Respectfully Submitted,

Thursday, 11 January 2018 14:31

RESOLUTION 2017-11

clip_image001.gifclip_image002.gifRESOLUTION NO. 2017-11

A RESOLUTION SUPERSEDING RESOLUTION 2015-19 TO SET THE PER MEETING COMPENSATION FOR PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBERS PURSUANT TO ORDINANCE 2015-11.

 

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS, that:

 

Section 1: Ordinance No. 2015-11 requires that the City Council pass resolutions from time to time to set the per meeting compensation for Planning Commission members who meet certain qualifications.

Section 2: Effective with the Planning Commission meetings (regular or special) occurring after December 31, 2017, the per meeting compensation for Planning Commission members who meet the requirements of Ordinance 2015-11, shall be the before taxes amount of $50.00.

Section 3:       This Resolution supersedes Resolution 2015-19 and shall remain in effect until duly repealed or superseded.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 12th  day  of  December, 2017.

 

 

Attest:

Wednesday, 10 January 2018 22:43

RESOLUTION 2017-10


RESOLUTION 2017-10

A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR AND ADOPTING A BUDGET FOR THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS, FOR THE TWELVE (12) MONTHS BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2018,

AND ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2018; APPROPRIATING MONEY FOR EACH AND EVERY ITEM OF EXPENDITURE THEREIN PROVIDED FOR AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

WHEREAS, the City Council has made a comprehensive study and review of the

proposed budget, and

WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the City Council that the schedules and exhibits of financial information prepared and reviewed revealing anticipated revenues and expenditures for the calendar year 2018 appear to be as accurate as possible for budgetary purposes.

NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF

JOHNSON, ARKANSAS,

SECTION 1: This resolution shall be known as the Budget Resolution for the City of Johnson, Arkansas, for the twelve (12) month period beginning January I, 2018, and ending December 31, 2018, reflecting estimated revenues and expenditures as hereinafter set forth on the succeeding pages at Exhibit A. All revenues herein are estimated and subject to change and all appropriations are calculated upon available revenues.

SECTION 2: The respective amounts of funds for each and every item of expenditure classification herein proposed in the budget for 2018 are hereby approved by the City Council of Johnson, Arkansas, and are hereby authorized and appropriated for the purposes herein set forth for the calendar year ending December 31, 2018.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 12th day of December, 2017

ATTEST:

* Please see attachment for full document

Wednesday, 10 January 2018 22:40

RESOLUTION 2017-09

RESOLUTION NO. 2017- 09

 

A RESOLUTION LEVYING A TAX ON THE REAL AND PERSONAL

PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS, FOR THE YEAR 2017, FIXING THE RATE THEREOF AT FIVE MILLS, AND

CERTIFYING THE SAME TO THE COUNTY CLERK OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS.

 

 

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS:

Section 1:        That a tax is hereby levied on the real and personal property within the

City of Johnson, Arkansas, for the year 2017, to be collected in 2018, at the rate FIVE mills.

Section 2:         That the real and personal property tax so levied and the rates provided therefor are hereby certified to the Clerk of Washington County, Arkansas, to be placed in the tax book by the County Clerk and collected in the same

manner that the county and school district taxes are collected.

Section 3:        The Recorder-Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to file certified copies of this resolution in the office of the County Recorder, County Clerk, County Assessor , and the County Tax Collector for Washington County, Arkansas.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 10th day of October, 2017

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Wednesday, 10 January 2018 20:41

RESOLUTION 2017-05

RESOLUTION No. 2017-05

A RESOLUTION REPEALING RESOLUTION NO. 2016-09

AND THE CONTRACT APPROVED THEREBY AND

APPROVING A REVISED CONTRACT BETWEEN

WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS AND THE CITY OF

JOHNSON, ARKANSAS TO PROVIDE ANIMAL

SHELTERING SERVICES TO THE CITY OF JOHNSON.

  

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS:

 Section 1:         Whereby Resolution No. 2016-09 was passed in November 2016 approving a contract for animal sheltering services by Washington County with the understanding that specific portions of the contract were still being negotiated by legal counsel: those contract provisions having been resolved and a new contract tendered by the County, Resolution No. 2016-09 is hereby repealed and the contract approved thereby is hereby voided.

Section 2:         That the City Council of the City of Johnson, Arkansas hereby approves the attached 'Closed Admissions' Animal Sheltering Contract between Washington County, Arkansas and the City of Johnson, whereby the County will provide animal sheltering services to the City of Johnson. A copy of the contract, marked Exhibit "A" is attached hereto, and made a part hereof.

Section 3:         That the City Council of the City of Johnson, Arkansas hereby authorizes the Mayor and the Recorder-Treasurer, to execute the contract with Washington County and to make payment pursuant to the terms of Exhibit A.

Passed and Approved this 9th day of January, 2017  ·

ATTEST:

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“CLOSED ADMISSIONS" CONTRACT BETWEEN WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS AND THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS

 

 

THIS AGREEMENT is entered  into, this 9th day of January, 2017, by and between Washington County (..County"), Arkansas and the City of Johnson, Arkansas (..City''). concerning the provision of animal sheltering services;

  and,

 WHEREAS, effective animal control is of mutual interest to the County and the City;

WHEREAS, the County possesses the necessary facilities to provide animal sheltering services to City.

NOW, THEREFORE, IN CONSIDERATION of mutual promises of the parties' contained herein and other good and valuable consideration, the parties agree as follows:

ARTICLE I

The County agrees to provide sheltering services for animals delivered to Lester C. Howick Animal Shelter in Fayetteville, Arkansas, by designated animal control officers and any citizen who has a letter from a Johnson, Arkansas City Official authorizing the County Shelter to accept the animal, according to Shelter surrender policies. The term "sheltering services" shall include, but is not limited to: food, water, shelter, veterinary care (basic care provided to be provided during normal working hours). Euthanasia, and impoundment (up to three (3) days, after which said animal shall become the property of the County). This shall also include after­ hours access for the county animal control officers.

The County agrees to provide rabies quarantine services for  animals  delivered  to  the County Shelter by designated animal control officers. The term '·rabies quarantine services "  shall include , but is not limited to: isolation  of  the  animal  from  the  public,  food,  water,  shelter , veterinary care (basic care provided is to be provided during  normal  working  hours),  and euthanasia.   The  County   shall  provide  said  rabies  quarantine  services  for  an  animal  up  to  three ( 3) days for  stray  anima ls  and  up  to  ten  ( I 0)  days,  including  the  day  of  the  bite.  for owned animals . At the expiration of ten ( I 0) clays of quarantine, the animal may be  reclaimed  by  the owner. If the owner fails to claim the animal, it shall become the property of the County and shall be euthanized.

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ARTICLE II

City agrees to comply with the County's Operating Policy during the term of this Agreement. and understands that the County may terminate this agreement for noncompliance.

ARTICLE Ill

Sheltering fees for 2017 shall be $150.00 per animal plus $10.00 per day the animal is sheltered, which shall be due and payable monthly on the first day of each month by the City to the County. If an animal is impounded, the cost of such shall be borne by the owner. The shelter shall collect the $150.00 fee plus additional daily fees at the time of reclamation by the owner and no billing shall be passed on to the City. However, if the owner fails to reclaim or refuses to retrieve any such animal within three (3) days of impoundment,  the animal  shall  be forfeited  to the County and billing shall be passed on to the City. Rabies Quarantine fees for 2017 shall be

$40.00  per  day  for  each  day  the  animal  spends  in  quarantine  at  the  shelter.  lf an  animal is

impounded, the costs of such shall be borne by the owner; however, if the owner fails or refuses to retrieve any such animal at the end of the quarantine period the animal shall be forfeited to the County and quarantine fees shall be passed on to the City.

ARTICLE IV

This agreement shall begin upon  execution  by  the  parties  and  end  at  midnight  on December 31, 2017 subject to annual  renewal  on  such  terms  as  are  agreeable  by  the  parties.  If this contract is activated at any other time other  than  the  first day of  any  month  then  the  monthly  fee due herein shall be prorated accordingly.

ARTICLE V

Neither the County nor the City may assign any of its rights or delegate any of its obligations under this Agreement, without the express written consent of the other.

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ARTICLE VI

This Agreement shall be interpreted according to and enforced under the laws of the State of Arkansas.

ARTICLE VII

Each paragraph of this Agreement is severable from all other paragraphs.  In the event any court of competent jurisdiction determines that any paragraph or subparagraph is invalid or unenforceable for any reason, all remaining paragraphs and subparagraphs shall remain in full force and effect.

ARTICLE VIII

 In the event City knows or suspects  that an animal  is dangerous or potentially dangerous  as defined by County ordinances and fails to inform the County, or fails to inform County of all known behavioral history of animal, then in such case City shall hold harmless the County from  any and all claims or liabilities arising from the performance of this Agreement, provided that nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to alter, limit or  otherwise  compromise  that immunity afforded the County or the City under Constitution and Statutes of  the  State  of Arkansas.

ARTICLE IX

It is agreed that the failure of any party to invoke any of the available remedies under this Agreement, or under law in the event of one or more breaches or defaults by any party under the Agreement. Shall not be construed as a waiver of such provisions and conditions and shall not prevent the parties from invoking such remedies in the event of any future breach or default.

ARTICLE X

This Agreement constitutes the entire understanding of the parties,  and  no  modification or variation of the terms of  this  Agreement  shall  be  valid  unless  made  in  writing  and  signed  by the duly authorized agents of the parties.

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 ARTICLE XI

This Agreement may be terminated by either party upon sixty (60) days written notice to the Chief Elected Official of each party.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the City of Johnson, Arkansas and Washington County have executed this Agreement on or as of the date first written above.

ATTEST:

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Monday, 08 January 2018 14:25

December 7, 2017

Wednesday, 27 December 2017 15:16

January 4, 2018

AGENDA FOR:

PUBLIC HEARING AND

JOHNSON PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING

JANUARY 4, 2018 – 6:00 PM

PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING IS CALLED TO ORDER

Comment from the Public is requested regarding the following petitions:

Discussion of ORDINANCE 2018 -____: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 14 ZONING, CHAPTER 14.04 ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE JOHNSON MUNICIPAL CODE, BY ADDING WILKERSON-MAIN OVERLAY DISTRICT TO SECTION 14.04.05 DISTRICT REGULATIONS, DECLARING AN EMERGENCY TO EXIST AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO.

Discussion of ORDINANCE 2018 -____: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 14 ZONING, CHAPTER 14.04, SECTION 14.04.05 DISTRICT REGULATIONS OF THE JOHNSON ZONING CODE AMENDING THE JOHNSON MILL BOULEVARD OVERLAY DISTRICT BOUNDARY; DECLARING AN EMERGENCY TO EXIST; AND OTHER MATTERS.

Discussion of ORDINANCE 2018 -____: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND TITLE 9 STREETS AND SIDEWALKS, CHAPTER 9.04, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION, SECTION 9.04.02 DESIGN OF THE JOHNSON MUNICIPAL CODE TO ADD A PAY-IN-LIEU OF OPTION TO IMPROVEMENTS OF SUBSTANDARD ROADS; DECLARING AN EMERGENCY TO EXIST AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

PUBLIC HEARING IS CLOSED

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING IS CALLED TO ORDER

Approval of December 7, 2017 Planning Commission Meeting minutes

Old Business:

          none

New Business:

Discussion of ORDINANCE 2018 -____: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 14 ZONING, CHAPTER 14.04 ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE JOHNSON MUNICIPAL CODE, BY ADDING WILKERSON-MAIN OVERLAY DISTRICT TO SECTION 14.04.05 DISTRICT REGULATIONS, DECLARING AN EMERGENCY TO EXIST AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO.

Discussion of ORDINANCE 2018 -____: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 14 ZONING, CHAPTER 14.04, SECTION 14.04.05 DISTRICT REGULATIONS OF THE JOHNSON ZONING CODE AMENDING THE JOHNSON MILL BOULEVARD OVERLAY DISTRICT BOUNDARY; DECLARING AN EMERGENCY TO EXIST; AND OTHER MATTERS.

Discussion of ORDINANCE 2018 -____: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND TITLE 9 STREETS AND SIDEWALKS, CHAPTER 9.04, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION, SECTION 9.04.02 DESIGN OF THE JOHNSON MUNICIPAL CODE TO ADD A PAY-IN-LIEU OF OPTION TO IMPROVEMENTS OF SUBSTANDARD ROADS; DECLARING AN EMERGENCY TO EXIST AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

Update from Zoning Revision Committee

MOTION TO ADJOURN PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING

Wednesday, 13 December 2017 16:43

November 14, 2017

JOHNSON CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES

CITY HALL NOVEMBER 14, 2017

 

Mayor Chris Keeney called the meeting to order at 6:00 pm.

Present were Council Members Richard McMullen, Katherine Hudson, Bill Burnett, Hunter Haynes, Bob Fant and Melissa Pasinski. Also present were Recorder/Treasurer Jennifer Allen, City Attorney Danny Wright, Police Chief Vernon Sisemore, Fire Marshall Todd Witzigman, Public Works Director Jerry Morrow and Building Official Clay Wilson.

Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to approve the minutes of the October 10, 2017 council meeting. Richard McMullen pointed out 2 minor corrections and Bob Fant made a motion to approve the minutes with corrections and was seconded by Richard McMullen. All approved.

Department Head Reports:

 Police Chief Vernon Sisemore stated that 30 new cases were opened and 24 were closed. Chief Sisemore stated a new Animal Control/Code Enforcement officer has been hired. Chief Sisemore stated that Officer Vecchi resigned and there have been no applications to fill the vacant positions.

Fire Marshall Todd Witzigman stated there were 28 calls, most of which were EM  S. Witzigman  stated Engine 1 has been taken to Springfield for repairs and the Department is driving an interestingly colored loaner; repairs to the engine are covered by insurance. Witzigman stated the department is working on being designated a "fire-wise community" and that all Knox Caps are in place and were well received. 

Public Works Director Jerry Morrow stated he did MS4 inspections and attended TAC meeting at NWARPC. Morrow stated 1st, 2nd  and Bryan Streets are being changed to one way (approved in the Master Street Plan); mailboxes are being moved and the signage is ready to go. Morrow stated a company has been hired to raise the offset sidewalks in town; they drill a hole in the sidewalk and inject foam until it is the correct height. Morrow stated this is far more cost effective than digging them up and repouring the concrete. 

Building Official/Maintenance Specialist Clay Wilson stated there were 5 building permits and 16 mechanical permits issued. Wilson stated he attended a plumbing inspection class, and held TPR and PC meetings along with numerous other meetings with the City Engineer. Gregg Gainer stated the Planning Commission is close to passing the Main and Wilkerson Overlay District on to the Council and then they will begin looking at zoning. 

Recorder/Treasurer Jennifer Allen stated that Property Taxes and State Turnback have been received; Sales Taxes have not. Allen stated the November property tax bump was spread over 2 months; October= $59,082.56, November= $139,850.70 for a total of $198,933.26. Allen stated the Budget and Finance Committee had a preliminary 2018 Budget review meeting prior to Council and the 2018 Budget is shaping up well; it will be presented for Council approval next month. 

City Attorney Danny Wright stated that he has been working on 2 bankruptcies, both the Johnson Mill Boulevard and the Main and Wilkerson Overlay Districts, closing out the quarry issue, planning and building issue with Johnson Mini Storage and court. Wright stated the need for a policy on email retention. Discussion  about the subject resulted in no action being

Mayor Keeney stated that the sign litigation is ongoing; attorneys are going to file for a summary judgement.

Mayor Keeney stated there had been a complaint about the smoke smell from Wright's Barbeque that seems to be unfounded but will be monitored.

Unfinished Business: None

New Business:

Mayor Keeney stated the Council Members had all received a letter from City Attorney Danny Wright regarding the addition to Johnson Mini Storage that was done without a building permit, variance or rezoning. Mayor Keeney stated it is the City's responsibility to take action and Mr. Flippo needs to remove it. The Council discussed the issue and the decision was to let Mr. Flippo remove it or the City would do it for him.

City Attorney Danny Wright said there needed to be a reasonable timeframe which was agreed to be 90 days from the date of notification. Bob Fant made a motion to approve the action and timeframe which was seconded by Richard McMullen. All approved.

Mayor Keeney stated the Planning Commission had requested funding for engineering services and the Council asked for scope of work and amount of funding. Mayor Keeney stated the PC was requesting $12,000.00 to have EDA work on the zoning issues. Bob Fant made a motion to approve and Hunter Haynes seconded. All approved.

Mayor Keeney stated the person approved by Council last month to determine the debris volume was unable to provide the proper insurance and asked for the Council's approval to rescind the first agreement and go with the second bid for $5,000 and get the project done. Motion to approve was made by Bob Fant and seconded by Melissa Pasinski. All approved.

Mayor Keeney stated the ditch along Hewitt where the tracks washed out in the flood is filled with debris both from the flood and the repair work by the A& M railroad company. A&M said they would be out in mid September to fix it and didn't show up and they are not responding to a follow up letter sent. Council agreed they should be reported to Corps of Engineers.

Chief Sisemore stated the Police Department has been working towards being an accredited department since May of 2013. He stated the committee will be here December 11, 2017 and if passed, the Johnson Police Department will be one of eleven accredited departments in the state.

Mayor Keeney asked for the Councils approval of a one-time pay increase for City Employees. After discussion, Hunter Haynes moved that the increase be net $250 for each employee and was seconded by Richard McMullen. All approved. Mayor Keeney stated this will be paid the first pay period of December.

Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to pay the bills from the General Fund, Street Fund, Act 988 Fund and Court Automation Fund that the council had reviewed. Melissa Pasinski made a motion to pay the bills and Bob Fant seconded. All approved.

Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to adjourn which was made by Bill Burnett and seconded by Bob Fant. All approved. The meeting was adjourned at 6:47 pm.

Respectfully Submitted,

 

Tuesday, 21 November 2017 17:05

November 2, 2017

Tuesday, 21 November 2017 17:01

December 7, 2017

AGENDA FOR:

PUBLIC HEARING AND

JOHNSON PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING

DECEMBER 7, 2017 – 6:00 PM

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PUBLIC HEARING AND

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS MEETING

DECEMBER 7, 2017 - IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING

 PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING IS CALLED TO ORDER

Comment from the Public is requested regarding the following petitions:

Petition 2017-25: Request for a Rezoning from R-1 to R-O of property located at 2909 Main Drive. Requested by Jennifer Bronson, owner.

PUBLIC HEARING IS CLOSED

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING IS CALLED TO ORDER

Approval of November 2, 2017 Planning Commission Meeting minutes

Approval of November 9, 2017 Planning Commission working session minutes

Old Business:

Discussion of ORDINANCE 2017-____: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 14 ZONING, CHAPTER 14.04 ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE JOHNSON MUNICIPAL CODE, BY ADDING WILKERSON-MAIN OVERLAY DISTRICT TO SECTION 14.04.05 DISTRICT REGULATIONS, DECLARING AN EMERGENCY TO EXIST AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO.

Discussion of Pay in Lieu of Street Improvements

          Elect new officers for 2018 - Secretary

New Business:

Petition 2017-25: Request for a Rezoning from R-1 to R-O of property located at 2909 Main Drive. Requested by Jennifer Bronson, owner.

Discussion of ORDINANCE 2017-____: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 14 ZONING, CHAPTER 14.04, SECTION 14.04.05 DISTRICT REGULATIONS OF THE JOHNSON ZONING CODE AMENDING THE JOHNSON MILL BOULEVARD OVERLAY DISTRICT BOUNDARY; DECLARING AN EMERGENCY TO EXIST; AND OTHER MATTERS.

MOTION TO ADJOURN PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT PUBLIC HEARING IS CALLED TO ORDER

Comment from the Public is requested regarding the following petitions:

Petition 2017-26: Requesting a Variance for Sign Location on property located at 1551 Main Drive. Requested by Blew & Associates, representing LaFargue & Chandler, LLC owners.

PUBLIC HEARING IS CLOSED

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS MEETING IS CALLED TO ORDER

Petition 2017-26: Requesting a Variance for Sign Location on property located at 1551 Main Drive. Requested by Blew & Associates, representing LaFargue & Chandler, LLC owners.

MOTION TO ADJOURN BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS MEETING

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