Categories Government September 12, 2017 Phoenixville Council Meeting

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PHOENIXVILLE BOROUGH COUNCIL
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
7:00 PM
AGENDA
I. Moment of Silence/Pledge of Allegiance
II. Roll Call – Borough Manager
III. Consider Approval of the August 8, 2017 Regular Meeting Minutes
IV. Presentations
Swearing in of Patrolman Hakeem Lee
VFW Presentation of Donation to the Police Department
V. Abatable Structures Hearing
A. Hearing for 237 Dayton Street pursuant to the Borough ordinance
involving abatable structures.
B. Hearing for 239 Dayton Street pursuant to the Borough ordinance
involving abatable structures.
VI. Public Participation
VII. Appointments
A. Call for Residents interested in being appointed to various Boards and
Commissions.
B. Consider resignation of Jon R. Ichter from Borough Council.
C. Consider application for vacant Borough Council seat.
III. Communications/Council Participation
IX. Mayor’s Report
X. New Business
A. Consider request from Franklin Phoenixville, L.P. for a two year extension
of their Conditional Use Approval.
XI. Resolutions
A. Consider a Resolution acknowledging Jon Ichter’ s service on Borough
Council.
B. Consider a Resolution acknowledging Jackie Woodson’s service on the
Tree Advisory Commission.
XII. Public Hearings
A. Consider an Ordinance Amendment to Chapter 27, “Zoning”, Part 2
“Definitions,” Section 27-202 “Definitions;” Part 4 “Design and
Development Regulations,” Section 27-404 “Building Size; and Section
27-405 “Parking.”
XIII. Reports of Committees, Boards, and Commissions
A. Planning Commission – (Kuznar)
1. No Action to Report.
B. Historical Architectural Review Board – (Dugan)
1. No Action to Report.
C. Regional Planning Commission – (Ewald)
D. Recreation Board – (Dugan)
E. Beautification Advisory Commission – (Soto)
XIV. Council Action referred from Council Committees
A. Parks and Recreation Committee – (Soto, Dugan, Kovaleski)
1. Consider Temporary Community Event Application for Walk MS
2018 in the Main and Bridge Street parking lot on Sunday April 29,
2018 from 5:00 am to 1:00 pm with the condition that the event
organizer provides a Certificate of Insurance naming the Borough
as an Additional Insured. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
2. Consider approval of the Concept Plan for the All Abilities
Playground, restroom renovation and fencing from the Phoenixville
Kiwanis Club and Jaycees. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
3. Consider approval of the Beautification Advisory Committee’s
Adopt-A-Park Program. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
4. Consider approval of the Kiwanis Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting
Ceremony on Friday, December 1, 2017 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
with the condition that the event organizer provides a Certificate of
Insurance naming the Borough as an Additional Insured. Bridge
Street to be closed from Church Street to Starr Street.
Recommended in Committee 3-0.
B. Policy Committee – (Dalton, Doherty. Soto)
1. Consider a Resolution in Support of Phoenixville Borough Vision for
a Future with 100% Renewable Energy. Recommended in
Committee 3-0.
2. Consider scheduling and advertising a Public Hearing for a
proposed Ordinance amendment to Chapter 15 “Motor Vehicles”.
Recommended in Committee 3-0.
3. Consider scheduling and advertising a Public Hearing for a
proposed Ordinance Amendment to Chapter 6 “Conduct”, PART
11 “Antidiscrimination”. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
C. Police and Personnel Committee – (Doherty, Kuznar, Ewald)
1. No Action to Report.
D. Infrastructure Committee – (Ewald, Dalton, Kovaleski)
1. No Action to Report.
E. Finance Committee – (Dugan, Kuznar, Ichter, Kovaleski)
1. Consider approval of the 2017 Pre-Paid dated 7/4/2017 - 8/4/2017
in the amount of $1,501,282.30. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
2. Consider approval of the 2017 Pre-Paid ACH dated 7/31/2017 in
the amount of $1,558.71. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
3. Consider Budget Increase 2017-08 in the amount of $2,000 from
Revenue to Safety Permits & Licenses (Stormwater Mgmt Review
& Insp) to track Stormwater Management Fees and $2,000 from
Revenue to Code Enforcement (Stormwater Mgmt Review & Insp)
to track stormwater management Expenses. Recommended in
Committee 3-0.
4. Consider Staff recommendation to adjust the current part-time
parking starting salary from $12 per hour to $15 per hour.
Recommended in Committee 3-0.
5. Consider Church Housing, Corp request to forgive all outstanding
tax, water, and sewer balances on 111 High Street, contingent that
once the property is developed and if given tax-exempt status, that
the owner agrees to participate in the Borough’s Payment In Lieu
Of Taxes (PILOT) Program so long as the property remains in taxexempt
status. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
6. Consider recommendation to use remaining proceeds from the
2012 Bond to repair and replace needed audio visual equipment in
Council Chambers, install benches and tables adjacent to the
parking lot and apply remaining funds towards the 2017 annual
bond payment. The equivalent amount of general fund balance will
be applied to a Change Order to install solar panels on the new
Streets Building. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
7. Consider approval of the proposal from Carnevale Eustis
Architects, Inc. to proceed with the necessary design and
engineering documentation to undertake the site and building
construction of the new Community Center ( combination
Recreation and Senior Center) for the fee of $281,250.00.
Recommended in Committee 3-0.
8. Consider a Resolution authorizing reimbursement of capital
expenditures made for the Community Center.
XV. Public Participation
XVI. Staff Reports
A. Manager’s Report
B. Police Chief’s Report
C. Fire Chief’s Report
D. Code Director’s Report
E. Public Works Director’s Report
F. Finance Director’s Report
XVII. Old Business
XVIII. Executive Session – Personnel, Real Estate, and Litigation
XIX. Adjournment

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