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Yellow Springs Public Notices

Village Council Regular Meeting

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Village Council Regular Meeting

Monday, October 1, 2018 at 7 p.m.

Council Chambers, second floor, Bryan Community Center

Comments from the Public are welcomed at two different times during the course of the meeting: (1) Comments on items not on the Agenda will be heard under Citizens Concerns, and (2) Comments on all items listed on the Agenda will be heard during Council’s consideration of said item. A Sign-In sheet will be made available on the small table at the rear of the Council Chambers. Please write your name and the topic you wish to discuss.

CALL TO ORDER (7 p.m.)

ROLL CALL

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

NECCO of Dayton re: Foster Families Needed

CONSENT AGENDA (7:10 p.m.)

• Minutes of September 17, 2018 Regular Meeting

REVIEW OF AGENDA (7:15 p.m.)

PUBLIC HEARINGS/LEGISLATION (7:25 p.m.)

Second Reading and Public Hearing of Ordinance 2018-36 Adding a New Section (b) to Section 452.20 of the General Offenses Code Prohibiting the Parking of Mobile Homes and Recreational Vehicles on Any Village Street, Alley, Highway or Other Public Place for Other Than the Expeditious Loading or Unloading of Said Vehicle

First Reading of Ordinance 2018-31 Mandating that the Use of Any Form of Surveillance Technology by Village of Yellow Springs Entities be Approved by Village Council

First Reading of Ordinance 2018-38 Repealing Old Chapter 288.01 of the Public Art Commission of Title Eight Boards And Commissions of Part Two Administration Code of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of Yellow Springs, Ohio and Enacting New Chapter 288.01 Arts and Culture Commission

Reading of Resolution 2018-38 Adopting a Policy for Charging Misdemeanor Cases Into Mayor’s Court 

SPECIAL REPORTS (8:10 p.m.)

• General Fund Budget Presentation: Current Budget Overview and 2019 Budget Discussion Parameters

OLD BUSINESS (8:40 p.m.)

• Discussion of Home, Inc. Request for Capital Campaign Funding (Housh 10 min.)

• Draft Village Manager Search Consultant RFQ (Housh 10 min.)

• Vote 16/Local Gun Control Proposal Feedback (Housh 5 min.)

• Council Open Seat Replacement Process (Housh 5 min.)

FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS (9:30 p.m.)*

• Oct. 15:

+Beth Rubin, Director of Greene County Dept. of Job and Family Services re: Upcoming GCCS Levy (Announcements)

+Zoning Administrator Request for Zoning Change re: R-B to R-C/PUD (Home, Inc. Senior Housing)

+General Fund Presentation

+Justice System Commission Discussion

+DCIC Draft: Purpose; Powers: Membership

+Housing Goals Presentation

+Utility Round Up Program Update

+Recommendation re: Legal Services

+Council Open Seat Process

+Wheeling Gaunt Sculpture Presentation

+Second Reading and Public Hearing of Ordinance 2018-31 Mandating that the Use of Any Form of Surveillance Technology by Village of Yellow Springs Entities be Approved by Village Council

+First Reading of Ordinance 2018-35 Creating a Utility Roundup Program for the Village of Yellow Springs

+Ordinances:

> Amend Chapter 1226.11 Minor Subdivisions – to add formal action by the Planning Commission in certain circumstances as determined by the Zoning Administrator.

> Amend Chapter 1226.12 Replats – to add formal action by the Planning Commission in certain circumstances as determined by the zoning administrator.

> Amend Chapter 1226.13 Subdivision Fees – to add fees for minor subdivisions and replats when Planning Commission approval is required.

> Amend Chapter 1260.02 (e) Minimum Lot Frontage – to clarify the zoning code regarding minimum lot frontage requirements.

> Amend Chapter 1260.03 (a) Parking and Storage – adding driveway standards to the zoning code.

> Amend Chapter 1260.03 (b) Parking and Storage – making it unlawful to park a mobile home or recreational vehicle on any public street, alley or public place in the Village, except for the expeditious loading and unloading of the vehicle.

> Amend Chapter 1260.03 (c) Recreational Vehicle Parking 

> Amend Chapter 1260.04 (a) (13) Uses – striking driveway setback language from this section of the zoning code.

> Amend Chapter 1260.04 (h) Uses – adding clarifying language regarding tiny homes on wheels.

> Amend Chapter 1284.09 Definitions T-U – adding a definition of tiny homes.

• Nov. 5:

+Enterprise and Special Revenue Fund Presentation

+DCIC Ordinance

+Citizen Advisory Board Proposal Continued

+Second Reading of Myriad Zoning Ordinances

+Council Open Seat Process 

+ESC Special Report

• Nov. 19: 

+ Budget Workshop with Revisions

+ DCIC Ordinance

+ Presentation and First Reading of Ordinance Approving the 2019 Budget for the Village of Yellow Springs and Declaring an Emergency  

+ Council Open Seat Process

• Dec. 3:

+Second Reading and Public Hearing of Ordinance Approving the 2019 Budget for the Village of Yellow Springs and Declaring an Emergency   

*Future Agenda items are noted for planning purposes only and are subject to change.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

ADJOURNMENT 

The next regular meeting of the Council of the Village of Yellow Springs will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, October 15, 2018 in Council Chambers, John Bryan Community Center, 100 Dayton Street.

This is not a complete agenda and is subject to change.

Materials relevant to this agenda are available in the John Bryan Community Center lobby and at the Yellow Springs library. Documents for consideration by Council must arrive by 10 a.m. on the Friday prior to Monday’s meeting. Documents may be left with the police department, utility office or the Clerk of Council’s office.

The Village of Yellow Springs is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities. The Council meeting is wheelchair accessible. Any person requiring a disability accommodation should contact the Village Clerk of Council’s Office at 767-9126 or via e-mail at clerk@vil.yellowsprings.oh.us for more information.

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