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May 5, 2008

Valdosta City Council meeting agenda for May 8, 2008

(Continued)





f) Consideration of an ordinance to rezone 1.07 acres from Manufacturing (M-1) and Multi-Family Residential (R-6) to Community-Commercial (C-C) as requested by James D. Cone (File No. VA-2008-20). The property is located at the corner of Leon Street and Rogers Street. The Planning Commission reviewed this request at the April regular meeting, found the request consistent with the Comprehensive Plan, and recommended approval (8-0 vote).



6. Ordinances and Resolutions



a) Consideration of an amendment to the City’s retirement and benefits program. (First Reading)



7. Bids, Contracts, Agreements, and Expenditures



a) Consideration of a request to purchase hardware for the New World System ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software package.



b) Consideration of a request to approve bids for reconstruction of Huntley Drive in Highlands Subdivision.



c) Consideration of a request to approve bids for Phase 2 of the Norman Drive sewer extension project.



d) Consideration of a request to approve a contract modification for the Municipal Court Parking Lot Project.



e) Consideration of a Lease Agreement with the Central Avenue Church of Christ for parking.



f) Consideration of a request from the Valdosta-Lowndes County Airport Authority to pre-approve and accept a contract with the Georgia Department of Transportation for Taxiway A rehabilitation, grooving of Runway 35, and associated work and authorize the Mayor to execute the contract.



8. Local Funding and Requests



a) Consideration of a request to apply for grant funds for the Safety Traffic Enforcement Network (TEN) program from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.



b) Consideration of a request for contingency funds in the amount of $300 for Councilman Willie Head to travel as a Guardian with Honor Flight III.



9. Boards, Commissions, and Authorities



a) Consideration of appointments to the Valdosta-Lowndes County Parks and Recreation Authority.





10. City Manager’s Report



11. Council Comments



12. Adjournment

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