April 2015 - NPU-F

NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING UNIT - F
DATE:
TIME:
LOCATION:
Monday, April 20 , 2015
7:00 P.M.
Hillside Facility
1301 Monroe Dr, N.E.
INFORMATION CONTACTS:
Debbie Skopczynski, Chairperson
Charletta Wilson Jacks, Director
Doug Young, Planner
Miltresa McMichael, NPU Coordinator
[email protected] or 678-206-1461
[email protected] or (404) 330-6145
[email protected] or (404)-330-6702
[email protected] or (404)330-6899
AGENDA
1. Opening Remarks/Introductions/Announcements
Meeting called to order at 7:00 PM
The following items need to be added to this evening’s agenda:
• V-15-O45: 1143 University Drive (application needed to be re-advertised after finding an error in the
referral certificate)
• Atlanta Jazz Festival in the Neighborhoods
Motion to add these items to the agenda carries on voice vote.
Announcements
Still updating the NPU-F Executive Committee listing and NPU F Neighborhood information page. If you
haven’t already, please advise who has been formally named as NPU Representative for your
neighborhood.
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2015 Request for Proposals deadline submission is 4/22/15. The RFP is
available for download from art.beltline.org.
Mary Norwood has announced “May with Mary An Atlanta Park Tour Series” and will be visiting a city
park in each of the Council districts in the city. She will be visiting John Howell Park in District 6 on
Sunday, May 10 from 3:00 - 5:00 pm. Also, Historic Fourth Ward (Skate) Park on Saturday, May 9 from
noon to 2:00 pm.
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar System Plan Update, April 23, 2015 @ 6:30pm: Citywide ConversationKipp Strive Academy, 1444 Lucile Ave SW
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar System Plan Update, April 27, 2015 @ 6:30pm: Citywide ConversationTrees Atlanta, 225 Chester Ave SE
Atlanta Beltline Tax Allocation District Committee (TADAC) and Atlanta Beltline Affordable Housing
Advisory Board (BAHAB) Annual Reports Joint Public Meeting, April 30, 2015 @ 6:30pm: Georgia Hill
Public Library, 2nd Floor, 250 Georgia Ave SE
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2. Approval of Minutes
The March 15 NPU F minutes have been posted on the NPU F website.
Motion to approve carries on voice vote.
3. Reports from City Departmental Representatives
• Atlanta Fire Department – Station 19 North Highland; Station 29 Monroe
Not in attendance
• Zone 6 Police –Major Peek; Zone 2 Police-Major Hobbs
Major Hobbs, Commander Zone 2 -- It has been a challenging year, with a mild winter,yet crime is
actually down for the year. We continue trying to put resources in the right places to keep crime down.
Please call if you see anything, keep cars cleaned out. Car break ins are down from last year. The biggest
concern with car break ins are fire arms being put into criminal circulation. Please do not approach
suspects, call 911. You never know if the person might be violent. Tell 911 operator that a crime is in
progress - will get quicker response. Zone 2 caught the suspect in Brookhaven kidnapping cases. Please be
cautious about how much info you push out to social media, etc. Sometimes too much info hurts police
efforts, when info that police is using gets out.
Capt. McGee Assistant Commander, Zone 6 - Many firearms stolen during car break ins, 7 in one week.
Major Peek wanted to respond to response time. Two calls can come in simultaneously, so one person
may think police did not respond because they talked to the other person. Please let us know if you have
other response questions and we will follow up.
Sergeant Hester - Thank you for coming out to city wide safety awareness training - helps promote
community engagement. Citizens police academy is full, thank you for your interest. Please call 911
because it creates a permanent record of the incident. Call 911 even for youth and truancy. “Report it
don’t support it.”
• MARTA police - Lt. Chapman, North precinct
Major Easterlin - Accompanied by watch commander, new sergeant and new corporal. Lt. Chapman - 5
part 1 crimes (theft of cell phones, bags, wallets, etc.). Warm weather, festivals, concerts, etc. bring people
out so practice safety tips while using the system.
Sgt. Gray and Corp. White - Safety tips: Most crimes happen when people are not aware of surrounding;
most crimes are committed by juveniles, grab and run crimes; don’t leave valuables in cars; See Something
Say Something app. - download to phone, enter personal info, allows you to report crime, take photo of
crime in progress, automatically turns off phone flash so person does not know you are taking picture,
tracks location, goes directly to dispatch, or allows you to call MARTA police directly. Works on both
iPhone and Android.
How is Ride with Respect campaign going? Going well. Cutting down on rule breakers. Expanding
program currently. Since beginning of program there have been almost 3000 suspensions.
• Department of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs - Amy Phoung, Interim Commissioner; Quentin
Moore, Parks District Maintenance Supervisor Northeast District; Salima Rashied, PPC; PPC CEO Yvette
Bowden
Not in attendance
• Bureau of Housing and Code Compliance – Jacob Mach
Not in attendance
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• Bureau of Public Works, Solid Waste Services –
New 311 system- please use and let us know if it is not working
• Department of Watershed Management – Julie Owens
New Bill Payment Options
There are two new options available for customers seeking convenient ways to make bill payments. You
can pay at any Western Union location for a $1.50 convenience fee. All you will need is your account
number and the bill amount. Also, with the Atlanta Go app, customers can pay their bills with a single
click from their smartphone or tablet (available at the Google Play Store or iTunes). For more information
on our bill pay options, you can visit www.atlantawatershed.org/customer- service/billing
National Drinking Water Week is May 3-9!
For more than 35 years, the American Water Works Association has promoted the celebration of National
Drinking Water Week. Check out the April bill insert and our website for more information on National
Drinking Water Week!
Thanks for fixing your leaks!
You can pick up a FREE Water Saver Kit from your local fire station. Water Saver Kits include shower
heads, aerators, leak detection tablets and conservation materials that help save you money!
• Fulton County Community Prosecutor - Zone 6 Keith Lamar Jr.; Zone 2
Tyrell Alexander, entering auto suspect - received 5 years. Another two cases coming up on Thursday,
notifications will come out through Court Watch. Court Watch is always a great opportunity to see what is
going on at the courthouse level.
• City Solicitor’s Officer - Ryan Williams
Not in attendance
• Chief Magistrate from Fulton Co. Magistrate Court - Cassandra Kirk
Not in attendance
4. Comments from Elected Officials
• State House of Representatives - Rep. Pat Gardner
Not in attendance
• Councilmember Alex Wan, District 6
Not in attendance
• Councilmember Michael Julian Bond, Post 1 At-Large; Jarrod R. Jordan, Chief of Staff; Andrea
Chambers, Representative
Not in attendance
• Councilmember Mary Norwood, Post 2 At-Large
Maceo Williams Sr. ([email protected]) from Mary Norwood’s office/Atlanta Citizen’s Review
Board Will take concerns about billing dept. at Watershed Management back to Ms. Norwood’s office.
Maceo Williams - Meet with Mary coming up in May.
Atlanta Citizens Review Board - represent the citizen side in any police issue
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• Councilmember Andre Dickens, Post 3 At-Large
Not in attendance
• Fulton County Commission - Fulton County Commission - Lee Morris, District 3; Marvin Arrington Jr.,
District 5; Ivory Roberson, Commissioner Arrington’s community engagement officer;
[email protected], 404.613.0203
Not in attendance
• Honorable Judge Jane Morrison, State Court of Fulton County, http://fultonstate.org/judge_morrison.php
(Chandra Jordan, Judicial Assistant), 404-613-4311, jane. [email protected]
Judge Morrison runs the County court. We hear criminal (misdemeanors) and civil cases. Was elected 2 - 3
year ago, not currently running for re-election. Would like to encourage everyone to be involved in these
community issues. We try to keep people from returning to the scene of the crime, keep criminals out of
the places they like to commit crimes. Please let us know about neighborhood newsletters, repeat offender
issues - we will try to help. Also, we hand down a lot of community service hours so let us know if you
need service workers and she will try to direct those hours to you.
Question/Comment: At crime meeting last week, officers pointed out that judges are not doing an
adequate job of sentencing. I hope this is an issue that will be taken up. Would like to have an evening
meeting with a judicial member, DA office representative, etc. to learn more about the issues/weaknesses
across the system. Could you facilitate such a meeting?
This is an issue we must discuss. We need to find the weak link in the chain. It should include all levels,
felonies, misdemeanors, and all players.
NPU-F Action: Motion to set up a committee to work towards holding a meeting in the spring to discuss
these crime and sentencing issues carries on voice vote.
Would this be at/during an NPU-F meeting?
We would have to think through the logistics.
Is there any one who would be interested in working on this committee?
5. Planner’s Report- Doug Young (In attendance every other month, not here this month)
Note: See Section 9 of this agenda for 4 Public Notices announcing proposed ordinances that would
increase fees. This is for NPU information only. Copies of the ordinances are available. Contact
Councilmember Wan (and others) if you have any concerns regarding the proposed legislation.
6. Committee Reports
Moving forward, Chair is requesting committees submit written reports in advance. A reminder
will be sent out approximately a week in advance requesting the reports.
• Lindridge-Martin Manor Neighborhood Association – Roxanne Sullivan, President; Richard Sussman,
Representative
No report
• Morningside-Lenox Park Association – Carmen Pope, President; Tracy Brown, Neighborhood Rep; Tad
Christian, Zoning
No report
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• Piedmont Heights Civic Association – Baron Jordan, President; Jean Johnson, Neighborhood Rep
No report
• Virginia-Highland Business Association (VHBA) –Lynn DeWitt and Kristi Warren Evans, Reps.
No report
• Virginia-Highland Civic Association (VHCA) –Jack White, President; Lola Carlisle, Representative; Jack
White, Zoning
Safety meeting was held last week. We created a chart of the last 5 years of crime, which provides a very
interesting compilation of information. Social media reports aside, crime is historically quite low in VaHi.
Please see the report contained in this link for a breakdown of crime statistics: http://vahi.org/wp-content/
uploads/APD-Beat-601-by-28-Day-Period-JWi-JW-4-13-15-copy.pdf. An initiative has been started to
catalog all the video cameras in the neighborhood to help police. Some are willing to share that info,
some not. Requests will go out through the street captain system.
• Traffic and Transportation Committee – Position Open
No report
• Public Safety Committee – John Wolfinger
As an outcome of the recent (4/13/15) VaHi safety meeting, APD Deputy Chief Spillane suggested that the
neighborhood compile and maintain a list of video security cameras on private property and make that list
available to APD via our security patrol. Kay Stephenson has gotten the ball rolling with this initiative. This is one way that individual residents and businesses can help APD to catch criminals and build
stronger cases against those suspected of crime in our area. Chief Spillane stated that if these camera
locations are on a registry, APD can geocode them to their mapping system, and he is aware and
approves of this initiative.
Details as to how APD and FBAC will gain access to this list are undetermined as of yet, but this will not
be used for any purpose than for law enforcement usage. Being included on this list does not, in any way,
obligate an owner to turn over surveillance video. It simply lets investigators quickly identify where tape
may be available to help with a case, and gives them the contact information to request assistance. • Parks and Recreation Committee – Rich Sussman
No report
• Trees Committee – Charlotte Gillis
No report
• Environment Committee – Jack White
No report
• Atlanta Planning and Advisory Board, APAB - Cary Aiken, Debbie Skopczynski, Alt.
The public is invited to all APAB meetings, held the 3rd Sat. of each month at City Hall in Council
Room 2. Meeting are also broadcast on cable channel 26.
APAB meeting attended by Cary Aiken and Debbie Skopczynski:
1. APAB Bylaws are being updated
2. A new form for summarizing NPU actions so that APAB can track trends across NPUs has been
developed
3. Nominations are open for a Neighborhood Arts Advisory Board and Keep Atlanta Beautiful. Interested
candidates should submit resumes to Cary or the APAB chair.
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• Education Committee - Abby Martin
April 22 - NAPS meeting
April 23 - Board of Ed. town hall on Steam or STEM
May 5 - Inman Expansion meeting
May 5 - NAHS Cluster planning meeting
APS passed budget this evening, announced basic standards across APS will be IB.
• Inman Middle School Expansion Committee Rep - Christa Martin
Not in attendance
7. Presentation(s)
8. Matters of Voting
Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA) (NPU-F Vote Required)
Planning Committee announcements
The following zoning activity took place since our last meeting:
CT-15-008: 1018 Monroe Drive, Temporary Cellular on Wheels for Piedmont Park festival season reviewed
by Virginia-Highland
VH has no comment, no objection.
BL-15-012: 120 Ottley, renovations reviewed by Piedmont Heights. No concerns regarding the SAP,
however, the Bureau of Planning was advised of concerns over the lack of ingress/egress to this area now
that so many properties are being developed. We also asked that the city synchronize the traffic signals at
the Armor Drive/Monroe intersection and help with signage at Plasters and Armour.
B-15-18: 752 Ponce de Leon renovations for former site of Marco’s Pita, reviewed by Virginia-Highland.
VH has no recommendation, no objection
CWP list update: Neighborhoods have been asked to update their lists of requested projects. (List
circulated at meeting.) We started with 23 items and added 81 more items, deleted 3. The list includes
current projects and additions. Changes are highlighted in gray. City is looking at impact by NPU area, not
by neighborhood. If residents could review and make comments, please leave those at end of meeting.
V-14-291
1490,1492,1510, Piedmont Ave. NE
June 4, 2015
Applicant seeks a special exception from zoning regulations to reduce the required total on-site parking
from 294 spaces to 239 spaces to construct an addition to an existing restaurant with outdoor dining. The
eat drink facility is within a strip mall.
PHCA Report: In March, PHCA unanimously voted to deny both the Mixx parking variance (V-14-291)
and the Special Use Permit (U-15-001) at PHCA’s February meeting.
Applicant not in attendance
NPU Action: Motion to defer the application until May carries on voice vote.
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V-14-301
1370 Monroe Dr. NE
May 15, 2015
Applicant seeks a variance from zoning regulations to reduce the North side yard setback from
7’ (required) to 3’ to allow the placement of a condensing unit for a single family residence.
MLPA Report: Motion to Defer due to the applicant not present for the meeting. Motion Passed 10-0-0.
Applicant not in attendance
NPU Action: Motion to defer the application until May carries on voice vote.
V-15-045
1143 University Dr.
May 8, 2015
Heard originally in December, but no action taken by this NPU. Has been heard and approved by the
BZA, but must be now re-advertised and re-heard all the way through because wrong set back was
advertised. Variance was granted by BZA, 3’ on south side of property, but that was not the side it was
requested for.
NPU-Action: Motion to approve, limited to 60 amp electrical and a hose bib, carries on voice vote.
V-15-047
887 Amsterdam Ave. NE
May 8, 2015
“Applicant seeks a variance from zoning regulations to reduce the required West side yard setback"... An
amended referral certificate was stamped by the BOP.
VHCA Report: Applicant and owner Edward Gebara seeks a variance to reduce the required east yard
setback from 7’ to 3’ (the existing is 2’) to allow for addition to an existing single-family house.
The applicants propose removing an existing deck and fence that are 2’ and replacing it with a kitchen
addition that is 3’ The lot coverage will drop slightly from, 53.2% to 53%. No tree issues were observed
on a site visit, and no changes to existing to stormwater practices are anticipated.
The appropriate neighbors have been notified. The impacted neighbor to the west specifically expressed
approval.
The Planning Committee and BoD unanimously recommend approval of V-15-047 conditioned on a site
plan stamped and dated by the city on .
NPU Action: Motion to approve, conditioned on the site plan dated 3/4/15 carries on voice vote.
V-15-049
1944 Lebanon Dr. NE
May 8, 2015
Applicant seeks a variance from zoning regulations to reduce the required south side yard setback from 7’
to 4’ in order to allow for an addition to a single family dwelling.
PHCA Report: Approved
NPU Action: Motion to recommend approval, conditioned on the site plan dated 3/9/15 carries on voice
vote.
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V-15-050
739 Wildwood Pl. NE
May 8, 2015
Applicant seeks a variance from zoning regulations to reduce the East side yard setback from 7’ (required)
to 4’-5” to allow a second story addition to be added to a single family structure.
MLPA Report: Motion to Approve per the site plan dated March 9, 2015. Motion Passed 10-0-0.
NPU Action: Motion to recommend approval, conditioned on the site plan dated 3/9/15 carries on a
voice vote
V-15-061
664 Cooledge Ave. NE
May 15, 2015
Applicant seeks a variance from zoning regulations to (1) reduce the front yard setback from 35’ to
24.6’ (2) to reduce the required east side yard setback from 7’ to 2’ to allow for a second story addition to
an existing single family dwelling.
VHCA Report: Applicant Mark Arnold (on behalf of owners Monica & Michael Lage) seeks variances to
(A) reduce the front yard setback from 35’ to the existing 24.6’ and (B) to reduce the required east side
yard setback from 7’ to existing 2’ to allow for a second story addition in the rear of a single-family
dwelling. The lot coverage is increasing from 45% to almost 49%. One tree’s root zone will be substantially
impacted and will have to come down. The rear of the home drops gently to the site of a small
intermittent stream that runs east to west behind homes on Cooledge and Cresthill. The backyard was
damp on the occasion of the site visit, as it has been on several visits to homes on the south side of
Cresthill. The loss of the tree will exacerbate this issue; no other stormwater issues were identified.
The applicant will partially compensate for the tree loss by planting in the rear of their property a
minimum of two new trees from the CoA DWM’s list of recommended trees for damp areas. The
appropriate neighbors have been notified.
The Planning Committee and BoD unanimously recommend approval of V-15-061 conditioned on (A) a
revised site plan stamped and dated by the city on 4-13-15. NPU Action: Motion to recommend approval conditioned on the site plan stamped and dated by the city
on 4/13/15 carries on voice vote.
Zoning Review Board (ZRB) (NPU-F Vote Required)
None
Subdivision Review
None
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License Review Board (LRB) (NPU-F Vote Required)
Robert Larry Wallace, Five Star 798, LLC
798 North Highland Avenue, Suite B
New Business
VHCA Report: Applicant’s Rob and Melanie Wallace propose a new pizza restaurant with 41 seats and are
seeking a license to sell beer and wine. This is the first such license they have sought, and they have never
been cited for any alcohol code-related violation. They will use the TIPS training program for employees,
augmented by beer industry trainers. No bar is proposed; they anticipate about 60% of their business will
be delivery, 30% pick-up, and 10% on-site. The proposed operating hours are 11 AM – 10 PM from
Sunday-Thursday and 11 AM - 11 PM on Friday and Saturday. The 1474 s.f. space requires 15 parking
spots. They provided a parking agreement from Midtown Parking providing 14 spaces (the number they believed
were needed (we believe it to be 15) in the rear of the American Roadhouse (ARH) building at 842 N.
Highland, signed by parking lot operator Keith Hunter. The Planning Committee noted that (to the best of
our calculations and knowledge) all the spots in that lot are already allocated to the businesses operating
in the ARH building and Osteria. We referred the applicant to the appropriate code sections, which Mr.
Bullock subsequently transmitted to him. Other than this matter, the application appears in order. After discussion, Mr. Wallace agreed to
investigate the parking issue further with the Planning Dept. at the City, and we agree to furnish to him our
understandings and counts of the spaces in this lot, noting (with no additional comment or implication)
that other spaces might be available across the street at 841 North Highland.
Mr. Wallace attended the VHCA BoD meeting on 4-13-15; the parking issue had not been resolved at that
point.
Pending additional information on complying with the parking requirements attendant to this application,
the Planning Committee and VHCA BoD made no recommendation to the Board at this time. NPU Action: Motion to defer action until May 2015 meeting and until parking requirements are satisfied
carries on voice vote.
Special Events (NPU-F Vote Required)
Virginia-Highland Summerfest
Virginia Avenue
June 6-7, 2015
Paige Hewell, co-chair Summeriest - Security will be on site full time, looking for volunteers.
NPU Action: Motion to support Summerfest carries on voice vote.
2015 AJC Peachtree Road Race
Piedmont Park
July 4, 2015
Brantley Sherr - July 4, Lenox to Piedmont Park, 60K runners, use Piedmont Park meadow, race closes at
noon, will encourage MARTA use
NPU Action: Motion to support AJC Peactree Road Race carries on voice vote.
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Indigenous House 5
Piedmont Park Pavilion
May 17, 2015
John Dennis - Gospel house music festival, 5 years have been in Piedmont park, Class E festival, crowd
usually starts at 4:00 pm, off duty police officers, sanitation provided, runs from 12:00 - 8:00 pm,
generally older crowd because it’s gospel, free to attend.
NPU Action: Motion: Motion to support Indigenous House 5 carries on voice vote.
Celebration of Summer
Sidney Marcus Park
Tad Christian - 40th year, 5:30 - 8:30 pm.
May 22, 2015
NPU Action: Motion to support Celebration of Summer carries on voice vote.
DAV 5K- Run to Honor Veterans
Piedmont Park
Applicant not in attendance, will be heard at May 2015 meeting
November 14, 2015
NPU Action:
White Sock Affair
Piedmont Park
May 30, 2015
Jewell Smith - 31st year, private party for 250 people, use grassy triangle near Charles Allen entrance, beer
and wine served, have visited NPU-E already, all trash will be removed, all attire is white.
NPU Action: Motion to approve White Sock Affair carries on voice vote.
Atlanta Jazz Festival
Piedmont Park
May 22-24, 2015
Melissa Larosso, 404-546-6818 - Load in for festival starts on Wed., May 20, and will completely done by
Monday, May 25 at noon (Memorial Day), no full street closures, 2 east bound lanes of 10th street stay
open, using Lanier shuttles to get people from MARTA to the park, pre-purchased parking is available,
working to reduce car traffic to and from festival.
Grace United Methodist church has been opening lower parking for $10. They could also contact Parking
Panda for pre-sale parking.
NPU Action: Motion to approve Atlanta Jazz Festival carries on voice vote.
Atlanta Walk with Us to Cure Lupus Piedmont Park
Applicant not in attendance, will be heard at May 2015 meeting
September 26, 2015
NPU Action:
Zombie Run Atlanta
Piedmont Park
Applicant not in attendance, will be heard at May 2015 meeting
October 31, 2015
NPU Action:
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Atlanta Jazz Festival Neighborhood Series
John Howell Park
May 3, 2015
Melissa Larosso - 4:00 - 8:00 pm, 2 youth bands, King of Pops will be there, does neighborhood want
Porta Potties? Yes.
NPU Action: Motion to approve Atlanta Jazz Festival Neighborhood Series in John Howell Park carries
on voice vote.
9. Public Notices
Community Work Plan (CWP) Additions:
Implement master plan at Armand green space 2 - with Watershed Management
Traffic light at Rock Springs/Monroe intersection, or pedestrian signal
HAWK signals in Lindridge/Martim Manor
HAWK signal at Lenox/Cheshire Bridge
Delete:
5097 Buy one acre of the park
Piedmont Heights - sidewalks have already been completed
NPU-F Action: Motion to approve the list of CWP projects carries on voice vote.
15-O-1131
AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO AMEND CHAPTER 138, ARTICLE
III, SECTIONS 138-65 AND 138-75 OF THE ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES PERTAINING TO
PERMITS WHICH ALLOW CONSTRUCTION OR EXCAVATION IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY,
AND THE BLOCKING OR CLOSING OF SIDEWALKS OR STREETS; AND TO AMEND APPENDIX
B: FEES; FOR THE PURPOSE OF ADJUSTING THE FEES AND FINES THEREIN; AND FOR OTHER
PURPOSES.
15-O-1132
AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE PROVISIONS OF
CHAPTER 150, ARTICLE IV, DIVISION 2, SECTION 150-111 OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF
ORDINANCES, AND APPENDIX B: FEES, FOR THE PURPOSE OF MAKING MINOR TEXTUAL
REVISIONS TO SECTION 150-111; TO ADJUST THE FINE FOR FAILURE TO DISPLAY THE PASS
REQUIRED FOR PARKING CERTAIN COMMERCIAL VEHICLES IN TRUCK LOADING ZONES
AND FOR PARKING WITHOUT CHARGE AT METERED PARKING SPACES; TO IMPOSE A FEE
FOR REPLACING SUCH PASS IF LOST, STOLEN, DAMAGED OR OTHERWISE AMENDED; AND
FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
15-O-1133
AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE PROVISIONS OF
CHAPTER 150, ARTICLE IV, DIVISION 4, SECTION 150-146 OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF
ORDINANCES FOR THE PURPOSE OF MAKING MINOR TEXTUAL CORRECTIONS AND ADDING
TO THE DEFINITIONS THEREIN; TO AMEND CHAPTER 150, ARTICLE IV, DIVISION 4,
SECTIONS 150-151 AND 150-152 PERTAINING TO RESIDENTIAL PERMIT PARKING FOR THE
PURPOSE OF ADJUSTING THE FEES THEREIN; TO AMEND CHAPTER 150, ARTICLE IV,
DIVISION 7, SECTION 150-198 PERTAINING TO INWOOD CIRCLE RESIDENTIAL PERMIT
PARKING FOR THE PURPOSE OF ADJUSTING THE TERM AND THE FEES THEREIN; TO AMEND
APPENDIX B: FEES, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOREGOING AMENDMENTS; AND FOR
OTHER PURPOSES.
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15-O-1134
AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO AMEND CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE
XVII, DIVISION 2, SECTIONS 30-1081 AND 30-1083 OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF
ORDINANCES PERTAINING TO OFF-STREET PUBLIC PARKING FACILITIES, AND APPENDIX B:
FEES, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ADJUSTING THE FINE AMOUNT IN SECTION 30-1081, THE
APPLICATION FEE, RENEWAL FEE AND PENALTY AMOUNTS IN SECTION 30-1083 AND THE
CORRESPONDING AMOUNTS IN APPENDIX B; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
10. Old Business
11. New Business
12. Adjournment:
Meeting adjourned at 8:41 pm.
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