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April 7, 2014

Live Oak City Council meeting agenda for April 8, 2014

Live Oak —  Meeting is at 6:30 p.m. at Live Oak City Hall on White Avenue. 

1) Invocation 

2) Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag 

3) Approval of the March 11th council meeting minutes 

4) Mayor Garth R. Nobles, Jr. – Matters of the City 

1) Proclamation recognizing “Child Abuse Prevention Month”

2) Proclamation recognizing “Municipal Clerk Week” 

5) City Clerk – John Gill 

1) Discussion with possible Council action regarding the final determination of Ordinance 1353. An ordinance amending the City Charter to allow for an Elected Police Chief which was vetoed by the Mayor

2) Request that Ms. Mary Nims be placed on permanent status 

6) City Administrator – Kerry Waldron 

1) Approval of Amendment #4 to loan agreement WW662080 and Amendment #3 to grant agreement SG662100 for the wastewater treatment plant facilities

2) Approval of Employee status 

7) Finance Director- Jan Parkhurst 

1) Request approval of surplus items 

8) Public Works Director-Brent Whitman 

1) Discussion and possible Council action on FDOT Contract AN665 – State Highway Lighting Agreement 

9) Development Manager- George Curtis 

1) Discussion with possible Council action, the final reading of Ordinance 1357. An ordinance amending the future land use classification from commercial to educational

2) Discussion with possible Council action, the first reading of Ordinance 1358. An ordinance amending the official zoning atlas from residential-office (R-O) to residential single family / mobile home – two (RSF/MH-2)

3) Discussion with possible Council action to rename a portion of Cooper Street SE to Trailhead Ave SE 

10) Councilman Jacob Grantham – Matters pertaining to the Street Department Committee

1) No matters to discuss 

11) Councilman Keith Mixon– Matters pertaining to the Gas, Water and Sewer Committee 

1) No matters to discuss 

12) Councilman Bennie Thomas – Matters pertaining to the Fire Department Committee 

1) Discussion with possible Council action on expanding the scope of work of the existing Potable Water System Improvement Project to include additional water main replacement

2) Discussion with possible Council action pertaining to a proposed amendment to allow for a neighborhood community center in a residential zoned neighborhood

3) Request a Administrative & Finance committee meeting, date and time

4) Request a Fire Department Committee meeting, date and time 

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