City Council Meeting 03/02/2015

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Agenda, Clemson City Council
Monday, March 2, 2015

**Public Hearing – 7:00 p.m. – Zoning Amendment Electronic Message Boards**
Regular Council Meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Council Chamber, Clemson City Hall

 

1. Call to Order
2. Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance – Mayor Cook
3. Public Session
4. Approval of Minutes – February 2, 2015
5. Reports/Discussion Agenda:

a. Receive a status report on the sanitary sewer line replacement projects that are being constructed from the proceeds of the State Revolving Fund Loan Program – Mr. Benjie McGill, Utilities Director.

b. Item Request – Receive an update on the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit application process, a Draft Ordinance and a Draft Budget for the initial start-up of a new Storm Water Utility – Mr. Rick Cotton, City Administrator.

c. Item Request – Review and discuss the City’s Infrastructure Reimbursement Agreement Program – Mr. Rick Cotton, City Administrator.

d.  Legislative update – Mr. Rick Cotton, City Administrator.

e. Staff and Council Reports.

6. Policy/Action Agenda:

a. Item Request – Consider for 2nd Reading an Amendment to Section 5-4 for a Building and Fire Code Board of Appeals with seven members and adding the responsibility of handling fire code appeal issues – Mr. J.W. Box, City Fire Marshall.

b. Item Request – Consider authorizing a bid from Clements Electrical in the amount of $31,500.00 for the demo and installation of 25 streetlights on College Avenue – Mr. Andy Blondeau, Assistant City Administrator.

c. Item Request – Consider displaying a banner in the flag plaza for the May 15th Paint the Town Purple Event – Mr. Andy Blondeau, Assistant City Administrator.

d. Item Request – Consider displaying a banner in the flag plaza to notify the public of summer camp registration – Mr. Andy Blondeau, Assistant City Administrator.

e. Item Request – Consider possible action by the City of Clemson to collect damages from AT&T for non-completion of street repair work that was completed as a component of overhead to underground utility conversion on Earle Street in Downtown Clemson – Mr. Rick Cotton, City Administrator.

7. Executive Session:

a. Legal briefing.

b. Personnel issue.

Adjourn.