Media July 11, 2017 Phoenixville Council Meeting

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Phoenixville Council Meeting
Tuesday, July 11, 2017
7:00 PM
AGENDA
I. Moment of Silence/Pledge of Allegiance
II. Roll Call – Borough Manager
III. Consider Approval of the June 13, 2017 Regular Meeting Minutes
IV. Presentations
V. Conditional Use Hearing – None
VI. Public Participation
VII. Appointments
A. Call for Residents interested in being appointed to various Boards and
Commissions.
B. Consider appointing Laura Albarca to the Civil Service Commission as an
Alternate member.
C. Consider reappointment of Bill Felton to the HARB.
VIII. Communications/Council Participation
IX. Mayor’s Report
X. New Business
A. Consider awarding 2017 paving contract to DiRocco Bros, Inc. in the
amount of $108,849.00 as the lowest responsible bidder.
B. Consider awarding the Richards Land Transformer Replacement contract
to Electri-Tech, Inc. in the amount of $69,350 as the lowest responsible
bidder.
XI. Resolutions
XII. Public Hearings
A. Consider an Ordinance amendment to Chapter 24 “Taxation, Special”.
B. Consider an Ordinance amendment to Chapter 8 “Floodplains”.
C. Consider an Ordinance Amendment to Chapter 7 “Fire Prevention and
Fire Protection”.
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. No Action to Report.
B. Policy Committee – (Dalton, Doherty. Soto)
1. Consider scheduling and advertising a Public Hearing to consider
an Ordinance amendment to Chapter 15, “Motor Vehicles and
Traffic,” Part 4, “General Parking Regulations,” Section 15-406,
“Handicapped Parking Zones,” and Section 15-410 “Residential
Permit Parking” Recommended in Committee 2-0.
2. Consider scheduling and advertising a Public Hearing to consider
an Ordinance amendment to Chapter 13 “Licenses, Permits, and
General Business Regulations”, Part 13 “Special Events”.
Recommended in Committee 2-0.
3. Consider scheduling and advertising a Public Hearing to 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” . Recommended in Committee 2-0.
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 5/5/2017 - 6/9/2017
in the amount of $632,468.98. Recommended in Committee 4-0
2. Consider approval of the 2017 Pre-Paid ACH dated 5/31/2017 in
the amount of $241,765.62. Recommended in Committee 4-0.
3. Consider Budget Increase 2017-05 in the amount of $4,800 from
Waste Water Fund Balance to Sewer Treatment (Lab Testing &
Supplies) for PCB Analysis x2 – ALS Global and $8,974 from
Waste Water Fund Balance to Sewer Treatment (Engineering
Fees) for Pollutant Minimization Plan - RVBs. Recommended in
Committee 4-0.
4. Consider a Resolution establishing a Payment in Lieu of Taxes
(PILOT) Program. Recommended in Committee 4-0.
5. Consider RVB engineering proposal for the 2017 Water Main
Replacement Project in the amount of $126,453. Recommended in
Committee 4-0.
6. Retroactively authorize the design and engineering for solar panels
on the new Streets Building and coordination with Bond Counsel to
close out the 2012 Bond. Recommended in Committee 4-0.
7. Retroactively authorize a Resolution committing to funding the All
Abilities Playground in order to submit an application for $25,000 in
grant fund from DCED. Recommended in Committee 3-1.
8. Consider adjusting the 2017 Salary for Lieutenant from $105,000 to
$111,500. This item was denied in Finance Committee by 2-2 vote.
Per Item II(F) of Council’s Procedural Rules, it has been added to
the Agenda for consideration by the full body.
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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