Media March 13, 2018 Phoenixville Borough Council

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Phoenixville Borough Council
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
7:00 PM
AGENDA
I. Moment of Silence/Pledge of Allegiance
II. Roll Call – Borough Manager
III. Consider Approval of the February 13, 2018 Regular Meeting Minutes.
IV. Presentations
A. DCED Grant Award for All Abilities Playground – Senator Andrew Dinniman
V. Public Participation
VI. Appointments/Public Resolutions
A. Call for Residents interested in being appointed to various Boards and
Commissions.
B. Consider request of Christopher Bauers for reappointment to the Planning
Commission.
C. Consider request of Thomas Carnevale for reappointment to the Planning
Commission.
D. Consider resignation of Eileen Kollmer from the Tree Advisory Commission.
E. Consider application for Recreation Board, HARB, or Planning Commission from
Samantha Anderson.
F. Consider application for Human Relations Commission from Laura Abarca.
VII. Communications/Council Particip
X. Resolutions
A. Consider a Resolution regarding submission of a DCED Greenways, Trails and
Recreation Program Grant application for the All Abilities Playground.
B. Consider a Resolution appointing Tax Collection Committee (TCC) delegates to
the Chester County Tax Collection Committee.
C. Consider a Resolution regarding submission of a PECO Green Region Open
Space Program Grant for the Community Garden Bee Pollinator Project.
D. Consider a Resolution regarding submission of a Landscapes 21st Century Fund
Community Revitalization Program Grant for certain water main lines in the
Borough.
XI. Public Hearings
A. Consider an Ordinance amendment to Chapter 15 “Motor Vehicles”.
B. Consider an Ordinance Amendment to Chapter 6 “Conduct”, PART 11
“Antidiscrimination”.
XII. Reports of Committees, Boards, and Commissions
A. Planning Commission – (Ewald)
1. No Action to Report.
B. Historical Architectural Review Board – (Dugan)
1. Consider approval of the Sign Request for 10 North Main Street as
recommended 7-0 by the HARB Action Memo of February 8, 2018.
2. Consider approval of the Sign Request for 27 South Main Street as
recommended 7-0 by the HARB Action Memo of February 8, 2018.
3. Consider approval of the Sign Request for 239 Bridge Street as
recommended 7-0 by the HARB Action Memo of February 8, 2018.
4. Consider approval of the addition of a pergola for 148 Bridge Street as
recommended 6-0 by the HARB Action Memo of February 8, 2018.
C. Regional Planning Committee – (Ewald)
D. Recreation Board – (Dugan)
E. Beautification Advisory Commission – (Soto)
XIII. Council Action referred from Council Committees
A. Parks and Recreation Committee – (Soto, Dugan, and Kovaleski)
1. Consider Temporary Community Event Application for Kiwanis KidFest
at Reeves Park on Saturday, October 6, 2018 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Conditioned upon receipt of valid Certificate of Insurance naming
Borough as Additional Insured. Rain date is Sunday, October 7, 2018.
Recommended in Committee 3-0.
2. Consider a Temporary Community Event Application for Phoenixville
Farmer’s Market from May 5, 2018 through April 28, 2019 on Saturdays
from 7:30 am to 2:00 pm. Conditioned upon receipt of valid Certificate of
Insurance naming Borough as Additional Insured. Recommended in
Committee 3-0.
3. Consider a Temporary Community Event Application for the Recreation
Department’s Father’s Day Celebration in Reservoir Park on Sunday, June
17, 2018 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Rain date is Sunday, June 24, 2018.
Recommended in Committee 3-0.
4. Consider a Temporary Community Event Application for the Recreation
Department’s Unity in the Community (Family Day) in Andre Thornton
Park on Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 12:00 noon to 3:00 pm. Rain date
is Sunday, April 29, 2018. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
5. Consider a Temporary Community Event Application for the HFS Panther
Prowl 5K and 1M Fun Run at Reeves Park on Saturday, May 12, 2018
from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. Second Avenue from B Street to Main Street
to be closed. Conditioned upon receipt of valid Certificate of Insurance
naming Borough as Additional Insured. Recommended in Committee 3-
0.
6. Consider Eagle Scout Proposal from Nicholas Deluca for Fisher Park.
Recommended in Committee 3-0.
B. Policy Committee – (Dalton, Doherty, Kirkner, and Soto)
1. Consider Scheduling and Advertising a Public Hearing to consider an
Ordinance Amendment to Chapter 21 “Streets and Sidewalks”.
Recommended in Committee 3-0.
2. Consider Committee recommendation that a copy of Resolution 2013-17
Ethics Policy be provided to all of the Borough’s Boards, Commissions,
Committees and elected officials. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
C. Police and Personnel Committee – (Burckley, Doherty, and Ewald)
1. No Action to Report.
D. Infrastructure Committee – (Ewald, Burckley, Dalton, and Kovaleski)
1. Consider repurposing of Church Alley cobblestones and repaving the
street. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
E. Finance Committee – (Dugan, Doherty, Kirkner, and Kovaleski)
1. Consider approval of the 2017 Pre-Paid dated 1/7/2018 - 2/12/2018 in the
amount of $719,569.51. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
2. Consider approval of the 2018 Pre-Paid dated 1/7/2018 - 2/12/2018 in the
amount of $1,055,934.87. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
3. Consider approval of the 2018 Pre-Paid ACH dated 1/31/2018 in the
amount of $2,037.81. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
4. Consider Budget Increase 2018-01 in the amount of $21,820 from Fund
Balance to Crossing Guards (Contracted Services) to award the School
Crossing Guard contract to All City Management Services and $10,910
from Fund Balance to Safety, Permits & Licenses (PASD Crossing
Guards) additional revenue. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
XIV. Public Participation
XV. Staff Reports
A. Manager
University of Valley Forge Clean-Up Day – April 11
B. Assistant Manager
C. Police Chief
D. Fire Chief
E. Planning and Codes
F. Public Works
G. Finance
H. Human Resources
XVI. Old Business
XVII. Executive Session – Real Estate and Legal Matters
XIII. Adjournment

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