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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/2/2020 5:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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2020-430 1  Miscellaneous ItemRecognition - Eagle Scout Award - Ian Woody Ian Woody from Scout Troop 20 sponsored by the First Presbyterian Church, will be in attendance for recognition of achieving the Boy Scout Eagle award. For his Eagle Scout project, Ian in a partnership with High Point Parks & Rec and High Point Transportation Department installed enhanced handicap parking signs at several Parks & Rec facilities. The signs feature citizens from the community that utilize handicap accessible parking.For Information Only  Action details Not available
2020-431 1  Miscellaneous ItemProclamation - National Apprentice Week Mayor Wagner will read a proclamation recognizing November 8-14, 2020 as National Apprentice Week in the City of High Point.For Information Only  Action details Not available
2020-460 1  Miscellaneous ItemStrategic Plan Update- Code Enforcement Activity for October 2020 Council will receive an update on the Strategic Plan from Mayor Pro Tem Williams, Chair of the Community Development Committee.   Action details Not available
2020-432 1  Miscellaneous ItemPublic Comment Period A Public Comment Period will be held on Monday, November 2, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. As part of the city of High Point's COVID-19 mitigation efforts, in-person public attendance will not be allowed at this meeting. Instead, the city will be live streaming this meeting. Once the City Council is in Session, please click on the following link to listen to the meeting as it is being live-streamed www.highpointnc.gov/VirtualPublicMeeting Although the public is unable to physically participate in the meeting, the public can submit comments by 1. Calling 336-883-3522 and leaving a message, or by 2. Emailing written comments to publiccomment@highpointnc.gov , or by 3. Dropping off written comments in the city of High Point’s utility payment drop-boxes located on both sides of the Municipal Building located at 211 S. Hamilton Street in the Green Drive and the Commerce Avenue parking lots. All comments received will be forwarded to the City Council and will be incorporatedFor Information Only  Action details Not available
2020-410 1  ContractContract - High Point University (HPU) - Lease - Roy Culler Senior Center City Council is requested to approve a lease with High Point University to relocate the Roy B. Culler, Jr. Senior Center to the HPU Community Center located at Oak Hollow Mall for a temporary period while continuing the search and planning for a new permanent Senior Center, as approved in the 2019 General Obligation Bond Referendum.approvedPass Action details Not available
2020-411 1  ResolutionResolution - Sale of Roy B. Culler Senior Center Property & Adjacent Properties to Nido & Mariana Qubein Children’s Museum City Council is requested to adopt a resolution approving the sale of the Roy B. Culler Senior Center property and adjacent properties identified as tax parcel numbers 189745 (600 N. Hamilton), 189756 (207 E. Ray Av.), 189755 (209 E. Ray Av.), 189754 (211 E. Ray Av.) in the amount of $500,000 to the Nido & Mariana Qubein Children’s Museum.adoptedPass Action details Not available
2020-412 1  ContractContract - Wharton & Smith Inc. - Change Order No. 4 - Ward Water Treatment Plant Upgrades City Council is requested to approve change order no. 4 with Wharton & Smith, Inc. in the amount of $103,626.00 for the Ward Water Treatment Plant electrical and HVAC upgrades.approvedPass Action details Not available
2020-413 1  Miscellaneous Item2020 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Funding - JAG City Council is requested to establish a public hearing date of Monday, November 16, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. for the purpose of receiving public comments on the funding for the 2020 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Funding (JAG).approvedPass Action details Not available
2020-414 1  OrdinanceOrdinance - High Point Fire Department Reimbursements & Grants City Council is requested to adopt a budget ordinance to appropriate certain reimbursements and grants in the amount of $55,176 received by the High Point Fire Department.adoptedPass Action details Not available
2020-415 1  ContractContract - S&S Contracting of NC - Oak Hollow Golf Course Bulkhead Replacement City Council is requested to award a contract to S&S Contracting of NC in the amount of $242,685.90 for the replacement of the wooden bulkhead section along Hole #4 at Oak Hollow Golf course.approvedPass Action details Not available
2020-416 1  ResolutionResolution - Housing Authority of High Point Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds for Daniel Brooks Phase I City Council is requested to adopt a resolution approving, for purposes of meeting the requirements of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, the issuance by the Housing Authority of the City of High Point in an aggregate amount of not to exceed $11,000,000 of Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds for Daniel Brooks Phase I.adoptedPass Action details Not available
2020-417 1  ResolutionResolution - Formal Acceptance of Highest Bid - 1114 Tipton Street City Council is requested to adopt a resolution formally accepting the highest bid offer of $28,500 and directing sale of the property at 1114 Tipton Street to MB Enterprises, LLC in accordance with N.C.G.S. §160A-269.adoptedPass Action details Not available
2020-419 1  ResolutionResolution - Sale of City Owned Property by Upset Bid - 652 Wesley Drive Council is requested to adopt a resolution accepting the offer of $4,000.00 and authorizing the sale of the property 652 Wesley Drive, Parcel No. 176168 through the upset bid procedure of N.C.G.S. 160A-269 and direct the City Clerk to publish a public notice of the proposed sale in accordance with N.C.G.S. 160A-269.adoptedPass Action details Not available
2020-420 1  ResolutionResolution - Conveyance of Property to CDC - 2111 Little Avenue City Council is requested to adopt a resolution approving the conveyance of property located at 2111 Little Avenue to the Core City CDC and that the appropriate City official be authorized to execute all necessary documents.adoptedPass Action details Not available
2020-425 1  Miscellaneous ItemPresentation - High Point University Undergraduate Students High Point University undergraduate students will share project presentations on the following two projects highlighting “How to Make HPU More Attractive to Prospective Students”. 1. The Greenway Extenders Project 2. The Blue Lit Road ProjectFor Information Only  Action details Not available
2020-421 1  OrdinanceOrdinance - Demolition of Dwelling - 1503 Bridges Avenue Adoption of an ordinance ordering the building inspector to effectuate the demolition of a dwelling located at 1503 Bridges Avenue belonging to Elks Carpet Outlet, Inc.adoptedPass Action details Not available
2020-422 1  OrdinanceOrdinance - Demolition of Dwelling - 711 Hines Street Adoption of an ordinance ordering the building inspector to effectuate the demolition of a dwelling located at 711 Hines Street belonging to Dolores Lobo Martinez, property deed date 7/19/2019, Lis Pendens record 8/27/2018, Previous owner Isa Irina Reyes-Lobo.postponedPass Action details Not available
2020-423 1  ResolutionResolution of Intent Annexation 20-06 Approval of a Resolution of Intent to establish a public hearing date of November 16, 2020 at 5:30 p.m., to consider a voluntary noncontiguous annexation of an approximately 6.8 acre parcel located along the south side of Tyner Road, approximately 1,300 feet east of Sandy Ridge Road. The property is addressed as 8229 Tyner Road, and also known as Guilford County Tax Parcel 170870.adoptedPass Action details Not available
2020-316 1  OrdinanceGeorge Pitts and Lala Pitts-Annexation 20-05 (Continued Public Hearing) A request by George Pitts and Lala Pitts for a voluntary noncontiguous annexation of approximately 15.5 acres located along the south side of National Service Road, approximately 200 feet east of Sandy Ridge Road. The property is addressed as 8051 National Service Road and 2520 Sandy Ridge Road, and also known as Guilford County Tax Parcels 170819 and 170821. Note: The Public Hearing for this matter was held on Monday, August 17, 2020 at 5:30 p.m., continued to Monday, September 21, 2020 at 5:30 p.m., and continued to Monday, November 2, 2020 at 5:30 p.m.   Action details Not available
2020-317 1  Zoning Map AmendmentUMA Geotechnical Construction - Zoning Map Amendment 20-13 (Continued Public Hearing) A request by UMA Geotechnical Construction to rezone approximate 15.5 acres from the Residential Single Family-40 (RS-40) District and the Agricultural (AG) District, both within Guilford County’s zoning jurisdiction, to a Conditional Zoning Light Industrial (CZ-LI) District. The site is located along the south side of National Service Road, approximately 200 feet east of Sandy Ridge Road (8051 National Service Road and 2520 Sandy Ridge Road). Approval of this rezoning request is contingent upon City Council approval of a voluntary annexation request. Note: The Public Hearing for this matter was held on Monday, August 17, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. Council took action to continue the public hearing to Monday, September 21, 2020 at 5:30 p.m.   Action details Not available
2020-427 1  Miscellaneous ItemWaiver of Conflict for Jonathan Fine Council is requested to provide authorization for the Mayor to execute a Waiver of Conflict to allow Jonathan Fine to assist as an informal mediator between the City and the Rockers Team.approvedPass Action details Not available
2020-439 1  Miscellaneous ItemAmendment to Personnel Resolution- Section 4.9 New Employee Orientation Staff is requesting that Council amend Section 4.9 of the Personnel Resolution to reflect that New Employee Orientation is held bi-weekly instead of monthly.adoptedPass Action details Not available
2020-424 1  Miscellaneous ItemMinutes To Be Approved Finance Committee; October 1st @ 4:00 p.m. Special Meeting of City Council; October 5th @ 2:30 p.m. Regular Meeting of City Council; October 5th @ 5:30 p.m. Community Development Committee; October 6th @ 4:00 p.m. Prosperity & Livability Committee; October 7th @ 9:00 a.m. Recessed Meeting of City Council; October 7th @ 5:30 p.m.approvedPass Action details Not available