Name of Body:  City Council
Tentative Agenda for the Meeting of:  February 20, 2018
Meeting Begins: 7:00 P.M   
Location:  City Hall Council Chambers

Agenda

A.  Roll Call

B.  Acceptance of Minutes

C.  Communications from the City Manager

     Eastern Trail “Close the Gap” Update

D.  Reports from Boards and Committees

       PMAC Meeting Minutes 12-4-17

       AHC Meeting Minutes 11-1-17

       AHCP Meeting Minutes 12-7-17

       Comp Plan Meeting Minutes 10-19-17

       Energy & Recycling Meeting Minutes 1-18-17

       Senior Advisory Meeting Minutes 12-12-17

       BOA Attendance Report  April 2017 - February 2018

       Conservation Commission Annual Report 2017

E.  Petitions and Communications

     Local Limits Review Industrial Pretreatment Program

     GA Report 12-17

     Fire & EMS Response Report 12-17 & 1-18

     Business License Reports January 2018    

F.  Appointment Calendar

1.  ORDER #93-17/18 – Planning Board, District Two (Lewis) for an unexpired term which expires on 4/1/19 .  Passage requires majority vote.

2.  ORDER #118-17/18 – Energy & Recycling Committee, District Five (Dowling)  for an unexpired term which expires on May 5, 2018.  Passage requires majority vote.

3.  ORDER #119-17/18 – Community Development Advisory Committee, District One (Morgan) for a term which expires on January 15, 2021.  Passage requires majority vote.

4.  ORDER #130-17/18 – Economic Development Committee, District Four (Cohen), for an unexpired term which expires March 3, 2019.  Passage requires majority vote.

G.  Consent Calendar

5.  ORDER #131-17/18 – Granting the South Portland Historical Society a street closure of  Madison Street Extension at Madison Street from 11:00am to 2:00pm for the Bug Light Kite Festival to be held on May 19, 2018.  Passage requires majority vote.

H.  Citizen Discussion (First Part)

I.   Public Hearings and Action

6.  ORDINANCE #12-17/18 – Amending Chapter 14, “LICENSES, PERMITS AND BUSINESS REGULATIONS GENERALLY,” regarding Short Term Rentals. Amended and passed first reading on February 6, 2018.  ROLL CALL VOTE.  Passage requires majority vote.

7.  ORDINANCE #13-17/18 – Amending Chapter 27 “ ZONING,” regarding Short Term Rentals.  Passed first reading on February 6, 2018.  ROLL CALL VOTE.  Passage requires five (5) affirmative votes.

8.  ORDER #132-17/18 – Approving the Title VI/Environmental Justice Non-Discrimination Plan for the South Portland Bus Service.  Passage requires majority vote.

J.  Action on Old and New Business

9.  RESOLVE #21-17/18 – Proclaiming Recognition of the 2017 Police Officer of the Year. Passage requires majority vote.

10. ORDER #133-17/18 – Award of Bid #34-18 to O’Connor Auto Park, of Augusta, ME, for the purchase of an 84 Passenger Type “D” Rear Engine school bus for the School Department.  Passage requires majority vote.

11. ORDER #134–17/18 – Amending the Schedule of License, Permit, Inspection and Application Fees related to Article XVII of Chapter 14, “LICENSES, PERMITS AND BUSINESS REGULATIONS GENERALLY,” regarding Short Term Rentals.  Passage requires majority vote.

12. ORDINANCE #14-17/18 – Amending Article VI of Chapter 5, “BUILDINGS,” regarding disorderly houses.  First reading.  Passage requires majority vote.

13. ORDINANCE #15-17/18 - Amending Chapter 27, “ZONING,” regarding a Zone Map change from Residential G (G) to Limited Business District (LB) – 780 Broadway.  First reading.  Passage requires majority vote. 

14. ORDER #135-17/18 – Authorizing the City Manager to execute and deliver a release deed to Paul Vose for a 10 foot wide strip of vacant land located off Henley Street.  Passage requires majority vote.

15. ORDER #136-17/18 – Accepting miscellaneous donations. Passage requires majority
vote.

16. ORDINANCE #16-17/18 – Amending Chapter 14, “LICENSES, PERMITS AND BUSINESS REGULATIONS GENERALLY,” regarding Taxicabs and Vehicles for Hire.  First Reading. Passage requires majority vote.

K.   Citizen Discussion (Second Part)

L.   Councilor’s Round Robin

M.  Executive Session

N.  Adjournment

In the event the Council determines that it may not reach all agenda items by 11:00 P.M., it may postpone some items to a subsequent meeting. Postponement is not required, and the Council may take up agenda items after 11:00 P.M.  Any items postponed to the next meeting will normally be scheduled ahead of subsequently scheduled agenda items.