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City Council Agenda

Monday, May 5, 2014
7:00 PM

I. CALL TO ORDER
II. ROLL CALL
III. DETERMINATION OF QUORUM
IV.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

Approve Minutes of the Regular Meeting on April 21, 2014

Recognition—Firefighter/Paramedic Jim Gelhar

Presentation—Public Safety Advisory Commission Annual Report

Proclamation—Declaring May Building Safety Month

Proclamation—Declaring May as Heritage Preservation Month

Proclamation—Declaring May 17, 2014 as Hjemkomst Lodge Day

V. COUNCIL ITEMS TO BE CONSIDERED
VI. CONSENT AGENDA

The items on the Consent Agenda are items of routine nature or no perceived controversy to be acted upon by the City Council in a single motion. There will be no discussion on these items unless a Councilmember or citizen so requests, in which event the items will be removed from the Consent Agenda to the appropriate Department for discussion.
  1. Pay Bills as Audited
  2. Resolution—Approve Massage License for Sofia Shoen
  3. Resolution—Approve an Exclusive Tobacco Store License for Jay Liu of Eco Air LLC d/b/a e-Puff, 1207 Vermillion Street, Suite A, Hastings, MN
  4. First Reading/Order Public Hearing on Code Enforcement Amendments
  5. Approve Agreement Regarding Sewer and Water Service Lines and Waiver of Procedural Irregularity and Assessment Appeal – 744 South Oaks Drive (South Oaks of Hasting 3rd Addition)
  6. Resolution—Accept a Donation of $100.00 from Catholic United Financial to the Parks and Recreation Department for the City’s Arbor Day Celebration
  7. Approve Parks and Recreation Scholarship Program Revision
  8. Resolution—Accept a Donation of $400.00 from Rivertown Lion’s Club to the Police Department for the Purchase of Children’s Bicycle Helmets for Bike Safety Initiatives
  9. Resolution—Accept Donation of a 3-Day Integrated Extreme Close Quarter Combat Training Course Valued at $549.00 From Lieutenant Joe Kegley
  10. First Reading/Order Public Hearing on Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
VII. AWARDING OF CONTRACTS AND PUBLIC HEARING

These are formal proceedings that give the public the opportunity to express their concern, ask
questions, provide additional information, or support on a particular matter. Once the public
hearing is closed, no further testimony is typically allowed and the Council will deliberate
amongst itself and with staff and/or applicant on potential action by the Council.
VIII.

REPORTS FROM CITY STAFF

These items are intended primarily for Council discussion and action. It is up to the discretion of
the Mayor as to what, if any, public comment will be heard on these agenda items.

A. Public Works

B. Community Development

  1. Resolution—House Move – 535 35th Street West —Al Sieben

C. Administration

  1. Remove from Table:  Second Reading/Ordinance Amendment: Chapter 34 – Parks and Recreation Fees
  2. Second Reading/Ordinance Amendment: Chapter 34 - Park and Recreation Fees
IX.

COMMENTS FROM AUDIENCE

These items are intended primarily for Council discussion and action. It is up to the discretion of
the Mayor as to what, if any, public comment will be heard on these agenda items.

X. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
XI. NEW BUSINESS
XII. REPORTS FROM CITY COMMITTEES, OFFICERS, COUNCILMEMBERS
XIII. ADJOURNMENT


Next Regular City Council Meeting: Monday, May 19, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.

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