Media September 13, 2016 PHOENIXVILLE BOROUGH COUNCIL

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PHOENIXVILLE BOROUGH COUNCIL
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
7:00 PM
AGENDA
I. Moment of Silence/Pledge of Allegiance
II. Roll Call – Borough Secretary
III. Consider Approval of the August 9, 2016 regular meeting minutes.
VI. Presentations
A. Presentation to Chief Mossman – Senator Andrew Dinniman.
B. Donation from VFW to Chief Mossman and Mayor Speck for the purchase
of vests for officers.
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 resignation of John Gajewski from the Planning Commission.
C. Consider application from Joseph Lynch, Jr. to the Tree Advisory
Commission.
VIII. Communications/Council Participation
IX. New Business
A. Consider request from Domestic Violence Center of Chester County for
purple ribbons.
X. Resolutions
A. Consider a Resolution for an application for $31,420 from the Green Light
- Go Program project funding to replace incandescent traffic signals with
LED signal heads in four locations in the Borough.
B. Consider a Resolution for an application for $500,000 for PA Small Water
and Sewer Program project funding for the installation of an emergency
generator at the Water Treatment Plant.
XI. Public Hearings
A. Consider an Ordinance Amendment to Chapter 15, “Motor Vehicles and
Traffic.”
XII. Reports of Committees, Boards, and Commissions
A. Planning Commission – (Kuznar)
1. Consider a Resolution for Final Approval of the Subdivision Plan
for 1033 West Bridge Street. Planning Commission recommended
approval in their Action Memo of September 9, 2016 by vote of 5-0.
2. Consider recommendation from the Planning Commission to send
a letter to PECO and the PUC regarding methods used to trim
mature trees underneath power lines. Recommended 5-0.
B. Historical Architectural Review Board – (Dugan)
1. Consider approval of the sign request for 35 Bridge Street as
recommended (5-0) by the HARB Action Memo of September 8,
2016.
2. Consider approval of the sign request for 135 Bridge Street as
recommended (6-0) by the HARB Action Memo of September 8,
2016.
3. Consider approval of the sign request for 208-212 Bridge Street as
recommended (4-0) by the HARB Action Memo of September 8,
2016.
4. Consider approval of the sign request for 317 Bridge Street as
recommended (5-0) by the HARB Action Memo of September 8,
2016.
C. Regional Planning Commission – (Ewald)
D. Recreation Board – (Dugan)
E. Beautification Advisory Commission – (Soto)
XIII. Council Action referred from Council Committees
A. Parks and Recreation Committee – (Soto, Dugan, Kovaleski)
1. Consider Temporary Community Event Application for Kiwanis
Community Day on Saturday, October 1, 2016 from 8:00 am to
5:00 pm in Reeves Park. Third Avenue to be closed from Starr
Street to Main Street.
B. Policy Committee – (Dalton, Doherty. Soto)
1. Consider recommending Council schedule and advertise a Public
Hearing for an Ordinance Revision to Chapter 22 “Subdivision and
Land Development. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
C. Police and Personnel Committee – (Doherty, Kuznar, Ewald)
1. Consider authorizing the Civil Service Commission to begin the
process for a creating a new Civil Service List for Patrol Officer.
Recommended in Committee 3-0.
D. Infrastructure Committee – (Ewald, Dalton, Kovaleski)
1. Consider awarding the Downtown Parking Study to McMahon
Associates in the amount of $49,950. Recommended in committee
3-0.
2. Consider awarding the Nutt Road Traffic Control and Circulation
Study to McMahon Associates in the amount of $10,700.
Recommended in committee 3-0.
E. Finance Committee – (Dugan, Kuznar, Ichter, Kovaleski)
1. Consider approval of the 2016 Pre-Paid dated 7/10/2016 –
8/5/2016 in the amount of $887,129.39.
2. Consider approval of the 2016 Pre-Paid ACH dated 7/31/2016 in
the amount of $2,595.13.
3. Consider establishing Parking as a stand-alone enterprise fund and
moving the account detail out of the General Fund. Recommended
in Committee 3-0.
XIV. Public Participation
XV. Staff Reports
A. Mayor’s Report
B. Manager’s Report
C. Police Chief’s Report
D. Fire Chief’s Report
E. Code Director’s Report
F. Public Works Director’s Report
G. Finance Director’s Report
H. Fire Department Liaison – (Doherty)
1. Consider awarding the Fire Station Feasibility Study to Krug
Architects-Spiezle Architectural in the amount of $47,200.
Recommended by the Ad-hoc Committee 7-0. PHHL1 to fund the
study.
XVI. Old Business
XVII. Executive Session - Personnel, Real Estate, Litigation
XVIII. Adjournment

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