Picayune City Council meets Tuesday

Published 1:05 am Sunday, February 13, 2011

The Picayune City Council meets at 5 p.m. Tuesday at Picayune City Hall, 815 N. Beech St.

Consider the consent agenda:

— Minutes of the Feb. 15 meeting.

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— Privilege license report.

— Public records requests.

— Planning Commission minutes of Jan. 11 and Feb. 8.

— Request to sign corrected ordinance 883 to rezone and reclassify several parcels from C-2 to R-2.

Consider Ordinance amending The Land Subdivision Ordinance through creation of Article IX in new section 912, Natural Gas System.

Consider new business:

— Discuss Ask the City Manager program and the One Call City Hall program.

— January budget report.

— Consider applying for a Technical Assistance Grant through the USDOT Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration.

— Submit Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for an additional $10,000 for the Picayune School District.

— Pay invoices for $7,142.64 for water repairs and $1,220 for sewer repairs to Marges, LLC.

— Request to issue special use permit to serve light wine and beer to Crescent Cafe.

— Application from Georgia Spiker for conditional use request at 216 S. Haugh Ave., lot A, to construct residential structure on property zoned C-2.

— Request from Ted and Ann Musgrove to subdivide a parcel on Cayten into three parcels.

— Request from Leon Smith Jr. for city water service at 2706 Jackson Landing Rd.

— Request by police department to surplus a 2007 Ford Expedition and 2006 Crown Victoria to be sold at auction and receipts used to purchase a 2010 Dodge Charger.

— Request for mayor to sign agreement with Turning Point Auctions LLC for company to continue sale of city surplus property.

— Out-of-state travel for Battalion Chief Louis Moak to attend Advance Chemical Hazardous Materials training, Feb. 6-11, in Dougway, Utah.

— Chief Keith Brown to attend Congressional Fire Service Institute meeting in Washington, D.C., April 5-8.

Miscellaneous council members’ business.

Mayor’s update.

Citizens’ concerns.

Consider going into executive session on a personnel matter, on possible sale of land and on a contractual matter.