AGENDA FOR THE
DULUTH CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Monday, June 14, 2004, 7:00 p.m.
Council Chamber, Third Floor, City Hall
411 West First Street, Duluth, Minnesota

REPLACEMENT

ROLL CALL
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
APPROVAL OF MINUTES - April 12 and 19, 2004.
PUBLIC HEARING - 7:30 p.m. - Allendale Avenue sidewalk construction.

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The Duluth City Council promotes the use and adherence of the tools of civility in conducting the business of the council. The tools of civility will provide increased opportunities for civil discourse in order to find positive resolutions to the issues that face the city. These tools include:  pay attention, listen, be inclusive, do not gossip, show respect, be agreeable, apologize, give constructive criticism and take responsibility. [Approved by the council on August 25, 2003]

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PRESENTATION OF PETITIONS AND OTHER COMMUNICATIONS

* 04-0614-01 Larry and Zlata Bushey submitting petition to vacate the easterly 20 feet of Lot 10, Rearrangement of Block 4, Central Baptist Division. -- Assessor

* 04-0614-02 Dale A. Hedtke and Amy F. Brooks submitting petition to vacate the easement on the westerly ten feet and northerly five feet of Lot 3, Block 1, Hartley Hills Third Edition. -- Assessor

* 04-0614-03 Michael Koski, Jr., submitting petitions to: (a) Reclassify from R-2 to R-3 Block 8, Hunters Grassy Point Addition to Duluth Third Division; (b) Vacate the paper alleyway between Block 8 and Lots 1-15, Block 7, Hunters Grassy Point Addition to Duluth Third Division. -- Assessor

* 04-0614-04 Lakeshore Lutheran Home submitting petition to vacate all that part of 40th Avenue East, formerly known as West Avenue; all that part of London Addition to Duluth and East Duluth Rearrangement lying easterly of Lot 5 and westerly of the east line of said plat; the platted public drive easement in Lot 5; the ten foot electric easement across the easterly ten feet of Lot 5; that part of a 12 foot wide easement for sanitary sewer purposes; that part of an existing 20 foot wide sanitary sewer easement; a 20 foot wide permanent easement for sanitary sewer purposes under and across part of lots 4 and 5, all in London Addition to Duluth and East Duluth Rearrangement. -- Assessor

* 04-0614-19 Steve Lindberg, et al. (three signatures), submitting petition to vacate the alley adjacent to Lots 1-8, Block 64, Bayview Heights Addition No. 2. -- Assessor

* 04-0614-05 Piedmont Heights Dental Associates II, by G.W. Harries, attorney, submitting concurrent use permit application to construct 11 additional parking spaces adjacent to the Piedmont Heights Dental Associates II building located on Ensign Street and adjoining lots 2, 3 and 4, Block 3, Grant Park Division. -- Planning commission

* 04-0614-06 William Rogers, et al. (four signatures), submitting petition to reclassify from R-1 to R-3 Parcel 010-3904-00010, Lot/Block 0000 000 Tract A and 010-3904-00020, Lot/Block 0000 000 Tract B, Registered Land Survey Number 38 Duluth; 010-1960-00340, Grant Park Division of Duluth, Lot/Block 0000 004, part of lots 3 and 4, beginning at southeast corner of Lot 3, thence 100 feet, thence left 90, 89 feet, thence Left 90; 010-3904-00040, Lot/Block 0000 000 Tract D and 010-3940-00030, Lot/Block 0000 000 Tract C, Registered Land Survey No. 38 Duluth. -- Assessor

04-0614-07 APEX submitting communication regarding proposed amendment of business subsidy resolution to add criteria and business subsidy requirements related to JOBZ (04-0339R). -- Received (PREVIOUSLY DISTRIBUTED)

* 04-0614-08 The following submitting communications regarding rental housing use (04-0263R): (a) Mrs. Russell W. Barber; (b) Nancy Dalaska; (c) Eric Dings; (d) Sandy Robinson (3). -- Received (E-MAILED)

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REPORTS OF OFFICERS

* 04-0614-09 Assessor submitting: (a) Affidavit of mailing of notice of public hearing by the Duluth City Council at 7:30 p.m., Monday, June 14, 2004, on the ordering of proposed local improvement of sidewalk construction on Allendale Avenue and levying of assessments against real estate specially benefitted. -- Clerk (b) Letter of sufficiency of petition to vacate the easement on the westerly ten feet and northerly five feet of Lot 3, Block 1, Hartley Hills Third Edition. -- Assessor

* 04-0614-10 Clerk submitting letter of sufficiency of amended petition to keep the Ten Commandments monument at the present location by deeding the property to St. Louis County. -- Received (PREVIOUSLY DISTRIBUTED)

* 04-0614-11 Parks and recreation department director submitting Lake Superior zoological society minutes of May 19, 2004, meeting. -- Received (E-MAILED)

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REPORTS OF BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

* 04-0614-12 Duluth airport authority:  (a) Balance sheet for April 30, 2004; (b) Minutes of April 20, 2004, meeting. -- Received (E-MAILED)

* 04-0614-13 Duluth human rights commission draft minutes of May 12, 2004, meeting. -- Received (E-MAILED)

* 04-0614-14 Duluth transit authority:  (a) Income statement for March, 2004; (b) Minutes of:  (1) March 10; (2) March 31, 2004, meetings. -- Received (E-MAILED)

* 04-0614-15 Parking commission minutes of April 13, 2004, meeting. -- Received (E-MAILED)

04-0614-16 Special board of review minutes of May 19, 2004, meeting. -- Received

* 04-0614-17 Special assessment board minutes of May 11, 2004, meeting. -- Received (E-MAILED)

* 04-0614-18 Spirit Mountain recreation area authority minutes of April 28, 2004, meeting. -- Received (E-MAILED)
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* Listed only, not copied.

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REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES

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REPORTS OF COUNCIL OPEN ISSUES

  • Comprehensive plan (5/28/2002)
  • Planned unit development (5/28/2002)
  • Proposed amendments re: demolition of hazardous buildings (8/26/2002)
  • Soft Center incubator (11/12/2002)
  • Canal Park parking ramp (11/21/2002)
  • Bayfront master plan (12/16/2002)
  • ISD 709 (7/10/2003)
  • Fire department task force report due June 1 (4/8/2004)
  • Retiree benefits (4/12/2004)

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OPPORTUNITY FOR CITIZENS TO BE HEARD

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RESOLUTIONS TABLED

COMMITTEE 2

BY COUNCILOR GILBERT

(PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT)

04-0339R - RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF DULUTH TO AMEND ITS BUSINESS SUBSIDY RESOLUTION, RESOLUTION NO. 00-0333(a) ADOPTED MAY 22, 2000, AS AMENDED, TO ADD CRITERIA AND BUSINESS SUBSIDY REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO JOB OPPORTUNITY BUILDING ZONES. (AMENDMENT) (RETABLED 5/24)

COMMITTEE 3

BY COUNCILOR REINERT

(RECREATION, LIBRARIES & AUTHORITIES)

04-0263R - RESOLUTION RECOMMENDING VARIOUS ACTIONS TO IMPROVE RENTAL HOUSING USE IN THE CITY. (REPLACEMENT) (TABLED 4/12 FOR 6/7 COMMITTEE MEETING)

04-0265R - RESOLUTION AMENDING RESOLUTION 89-0323 ESTABLISHING THE DULUTH ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (DEDA) TO PROVIDE FOR A CITIZEN ADVISORY BODY. (REPLACEMENT 2) (TABLED 4/12)

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MOTIONS AND RESOLUTIONS

CONSENT AGENDA

All matters listed under the consent agenda are considered routine and/or noncontroversial and will be enacted by one unanimous motion. If a councilor requests, or a citizen wishes to speak on an item on the consent agenda, it will be removed and handled separately.

COMMITTEE 1

BY COUNCILOR NESS

(FINANCE)

04-0373R - RESOLUTION CONFIRMING ASSESSMENT ROLL LEVIED TO DEFRAY THE ASSESSABLE PORTION OF THE PERMANENT DESIGN STREET TO 19TH AVENUE EAST FROM EIGHTH STREET TO COLLEGE STREET.

COMMITTEE 1

BY COUNCILOR STEWART

(PURCHASING & LICENSING

04-0390R - RESOLUTION APPROVING THE PERMANENT EXPANSION OF THE LICENSED PREMISES OF THE ON SALE INTOXICATING LIQUOR LICENSE OF PIZZA LUCE III, INC. (PIZZA LUCE), 11 EAST SUPERIOR STREET.

04-0391R - RESOLUTION APPROVING THE TEMPORARY EXPANSION OF THE ON SALE INTOXICATING LIQUOR LICENSE OF LEMON'S REEF, INC. (REEF BAR), 2002 LONDON ROAD.

04-0392R - RESOLUTION APPROVING THE TRANSFER OF THE ON SALE INTOXICATING LIQUOR LICENSE, ON SALE SUNDAY LICENSE AND 2:00 A.M. BEVERAGE LICENSE FROM STADIUM LANES, INC. (STADIUM LANES), 132 NORTH 34TH AVENUE WEST TO STADIUM CLUB, INC, (STADIUM LANES/CLUBHOUSE SPORTS BAR), SAME ADDRESS.

04-0393R - RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ISSUANCE OF AN ON SALE INTOXICATING LIQUOR LICENSE AND ON SALE SUNDAY LICENSE TO TORKE CORP. (INTERMIZZO CAFÉ), 37 EAST SUPERIOR STREET.

04-0394R - RESOLUTION APPROVING THE TRANSFER OF STOCK OF THE OFF SALE INTOXICATING LIQUOR LICENSE OF LOISELLE'S, INC. (LOISELLE LIQUOR STORE), 413 EAST FOURTH STREET.

04-0395R - RESOLUTION APPROVING THE EXEMPTION OF A RAFFLE LICENSE OF YWCA OF DULUTH.

04-0397R - RESOLUTION APPROVING THE LATE HOUR ENTERTAINMENT LICENSE OF THE ON SALE 3.2 PERCENT MALT LIQUOR LICENSE OF MICHAEL MAXIM, JR/SR. (SHARKS), 327 WEST SUPERIOR STREET.

BY COUNCILOR JOHNSON

(PERSONNEL)

04-0383R - RESOLUTION APPROVING PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE CIVIL SERVICE CLASSIFICATION OF PARALEGAL.

04-0386R - RESOLUTION APPROVING PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE CIVIL SERVICE CLASSIFICATION OF OPERATIONS MANAGER FOR WATER AND GAS SUPPLY INCLUDING A TITLE CHANGE TO OPERATIONS MANAGER FOR GAS AND WATER SUPPLY.

COMMITTEE 2

BY COUNCILOR GILBERT

(PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT)

04-0374R - RESOLUTION VACATING THE WESTERLY 17 FEET OF 59TH AVENUE WEST ADJOINING PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1325 NORTH 59TH AVENUE WEST (BENSON/TRUE RIDE 04016).

04-0375R - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONSULTANT AGREEMENT WITH SJA ARCHITECTS FOR PROVIDING CERTAIN ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES TO THE CITY OF DULUTH IN CONNECTION WITH THE SMDC PARKING STRUCTURE AND RELATED SKYWALKS IN AN AMOUNT OF $671,311.

04-0376R - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONSULTANT AGREEMENT WITH SALO ENGINEERING FOR PROVIDING CERTAIN TOPOGRAPHICAL AND BOUNDARY SURVEY SERVICES TO THE CITY OF DULUTH IN CONNECTION WITH THE SMDC PARKING STRUCTURE AND RELATED SKYWALKS IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $3,310.

04-0377R - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONSULTANT AGREEMENT WITH AMERICAN ENGINEERING TESTING, INC. (AET), FOR PROVIDING CERTAIN GEOTECHNICAL EXPLORATION SERVICES TO THE CITY OF DULUTH IN CONNECTION WITH THE SMDC PARKING STRUCTURE AND RELATED SKYWALKS IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $5,695.40.

04-0378R - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONSULTANT AGREEMENT WITH NORTHLAND CONSULTING ENGINEERS, L.L.P., FOR PROVIDING CERTAIN PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO THE CITY OF DULUTH IN CONNECTION WITH THE CITY HALL EXTERIOR RESTORATION (PHASE I) IN AN AMOUNT OF $15,000.

04-0387R - RESOLUTION VACATING 48TH AVENUE WEST BETWEEN ONEOTA STREET AND THE ALLEY SOUTHEASTERLY EXCEPT FOR UTILITY EASEMENT (KLEIMAN).

04-0388R - RESOLUTION VACATING DEERWOOD STREET ADJOINING LOTS 15-24 AND ADJOINING THE WESTERLY 25 FEET OF LOTS 13 AND 14, D STREET, MAPLE GROVE DIVISION (OGSTON).

04-0389R - RESOLUTION VACATING STREETS, ALLEYS AND UTILITY EASEMENTS IN DULUTH HEIGHTS, SIXTH DIVISION FOR REPLATTING OF LAND INTO ANDREWS DIVISION, FIRST ADDITION (BILLMAN CONSTRUCTION, INC., AND DEDA).

04-0403R - RESOLUTION AWARDING CONTRACT TO DULUTH SUPERIOR ERECTION, INC., FOR HARRISON RECREATION CENTER SITE IMPROVEMENT, IN THE AMOUNT OF $126,000.

04-0405R - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING INCREASE OF $2,000 AND A $19,000 TRANSFER OF FUNDS IN THE 2004 HUD COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) PROGRAM.

04-0406R - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN INCREASE OF $8,320 IN THE 2004 HUD HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS (HOME) PROGRAM.

04-0407R - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A GRANT FROM THE NATURE CONSERVANCY IN THE AMOUNT OF $23,000 AND AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY TO PROVIDE SERVICES RELATED TO YEAR 2 OF THE STREAM ASSESSMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $23,000.

BY COUNCILOR ATKINS

(INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS)

04-0381R - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY'S FINANCE DIRECTOR TO ACT AS PHYSICAL AGENT FOR GRANTS TO THE DULUTH WORKFORCE COUNCIL, INC. (WORKFORCE).

COMMITTEE 2

BY PRESIDENT STAUBER

(COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE)

04-0396R - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A LEASE AGREEMENT WITH THE CLAYTON, JACKSON, MCGHIE MEMORIAL, INC., AND PEOPLE'S INSTITUTE NORTH LEASING 750 SQUARE FEET OF OFFICE SPACE IN WASHINGTON CENTER FOR $500 PER MONTH.

COMMITTEE 3

BY COUNCILOR STOVER

(PUBLIC WORKS & UTILITIES)

04-0379R - RESOLUTION APPROVING SETTLEMENT OF CLAIM OF AUTO OWNERS INSURANCE COMPANY, AS SUBROGEE OF BUENA VISTA MOTEL, IN THE AMOUNT OF $29,089.95.

04-0380R - RESOLUTION APPROVING SETTLEMENT OF CLAIM OF STATE FARM INSURANCE, AS SUBROGEE OF ADAM AND DAVID TEMPLIN, IN THE AMOUNT OF $10,649.39.

04-0382R - RESOLUTION ORDERING THE CONSTRUCTION OF APPROXIMATELY 2,200 FEET OF SANITARY SEWER IN TRINITY ROAD BEGINNING 280 FEET EAST OF KEYSTONE BLUFFS ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCE AND EXTENDING NORTHWESTERLY (CITY JOB NO. 0419SN) AT AN ESTIMATED COST OF $202,402.20.

04-0398R - RESOLUTION AWARDING CONTRACT TO NORTHLAND CONSTRUCTORS OF DULUTH, LLC, FOR REHABILITATION OF BRIDGE NUMBER L6123 OVER CHESTER CREEK, IN THE AMOUNT OF $101,935.

04-0399R - RESOLUTION AWARDING CONTRACT TO DULUTH SUPERIOR ERECTION, INC., FOR CITYWIDE STREET PATCH AND SIDEWALK REPAIRS PROGRAM, IN THE AMOUNT OF $372,800.

04-0400R - RESOLUTION AWARDING CONTRACT TO DULUTH SUPERIOR ERECTION, INC., FOR CONSTRUCTION OF 102ND AVENUE WEST ALLEY, IN THE AMOUNT OF $28,418.25.

04-0401R - RESOLUTION AWARDING CONTRACT TO MUELLER PIPELINERS, INC., FOR CONSTRUCTION OF TEN INCH GAS MAIN IN TRINITY ROAD, IN THE AMOUNT OF $263,729.

04-0402R - RESOLUTION AWARDING CONTRACT TO LETOURNEAU AND SONS, INC., FOR CONSTRUCTION OF LAKE AVENUE, IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,454,428.55.

04-0411R - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH BARR ENGINEERING TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE CITY'S WATER SYSTEM EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN, ESTIMATED AT $20,000.

BY COUNCILOR LITTLE

(PUBLIC SAFETY)

04-0404R - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND RATIFYING A CONTRACT WITH ST. LOUIS COUNTY FOR USE OF TAX-FORFEIT LAND BY THE POLICE DEPARTMENT.

04-0408R - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY TO APPLY FOR AND ACCEPT A TERRORISM PREVENTION PROGRAM GRANT FROM THE MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, HOMELAND SECURITY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIVISION FOR TERRORISM PREVENTION, DETECTION AND MITIGATION IN THE AMOUNT OF $750,000.

COMMITTEE 3

BY COUNCILOR LITTLE

(PUBLIC SAFETY)

04-0409R - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY TO APPLY FOR AND ACCEPT A TERRORISM PREVENTION PROGRAM GRANT FOR AN INTEROPERABLE RADIO COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM FROM THE MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, HOMELAND SECURITY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIVISION IN THE AMOUNT OF $305,485.

COMMITTEE 3

BY COUNCILOR LITTLE

(PUBLIC SAFETY)

04-0410R - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY TO APPLY FOR AND ACCEPT A TERRORISM PREVENTION PROGRAM GRANT FOR EXERCISE AND TRAINING FROM THE MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, HOMELAND SECURITY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIVISION IN THE AMOUNT OF $100,170.

BY COUNCILOR REINERT

(RECREATION, LIBRARIES & AUTHORITIES)

04-0364R - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A GOLF COURSE SCOREBOARD AND TEE MARKERS VENDOR AND LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH NORTHWOODS SCOREBOARDS, INC., RELATING TO THE LESTER PARK AND ENGER PARK GOLF COURSES.

END OF CONSENT AGENDA

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The following entitled resolutions are also for consideration at this meeting:

COMMITTEE 1

BY COUNCILOR NESS

(FINANCE)

04-0412R - RESOLUTION APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF DULUTH AND LOCAL 66 OF A.F.S.C.M.E FOR YEAR 2003.

04-0413R - RESOLUTION APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF DULUTH AND LOCAL 66 OF A.F.S.C.M.E. FOR YEARS 2004-2006.

COMMITTEE 2

BY COUNCILOR GILBERT

(PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT)

04-0415R - RESOLUTION APPROVING THE USE OF EMINENT DOMAIN IN REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT NO. 1 AS PROPOSED BY THE HOUSING AND REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF DULUTH, MINNESOTA, REGARDING ITS HAWK RIDGE ESTATES PROJECT.

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INTRODUCTION AND CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCES

ORDINANCES TABLED

COMMITTEE 1

BY COUNCILOR NESS

(FINANCE)

04-022-O - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 50 OF THE DULUTH CITY CODE, 1959, AS AMENDED; ADDING A NEW SECTION 50-37 TO PROVIDE FOR REGULATORY CONTROLS FOR DESIGNATED AREA DEVELOPMENTS. (TABLED 4/26 FOR 6/7 COMMITTEE MEETING)

COMMITTEE 2

BY COUNCILOR GILBERT

(PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT)

04-020-O - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 50 OF THE DULUTH CITY CODE, 1959, AS AMENDED; ADDING A NEW SECTION 50-37 TO PROVIDE FOR THE REGULATORY CONTROLS FOR PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENTS. (TABLED 4/26 FOR 6/7 COMMITTEE MEETING)

COMMITTEE 3

BY COUNCILOR STOVER

(PUBLIC WORKS & UTILITIES)

04-021-O - AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO BUILDING SAFETY, AMENDING CHAPTER 10 OF THE DULUTH CITY CODE BY ADDING AN ARTICLE X, CONVENIENCE STORES SECURITY SYSTEMS. (TABLED 5/24 FOR 6/7 COMMITTEE MEETING)

The following entitled ordinances are to be read for the first time:

COMMITTEE 2

BY COUNCILOR GILBERT

(PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT)

04-034-O - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 50 OF THE DULUTH CITY CODE 1959, AS AMENDED, ZONING DISTRICT MAP NO. 8 AS CONTAINED IN THE APPENDIX TO CHAPTER 50, TO PROVIDE FOR THE RECLASSIFICATION FROM M-1, MANUFACTURING, TO R-1-B, ONE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL, 20.18 ACRES OF PROPERTY LYING NORTH OF ARBOR AVENUE, EAST OF GRAND AVENUE AND 93RD AVENUE WEST, SOUTH OF HULETT AVENUE AND WEST OF THE ST. LOUIS RIVER (FREEDOM DEVELOPMENT AND CONSULTING).

COMMITTEE 3

BY COUNCILOR STOVER

(PUBLIC WORKS & UTILITIES)

04-033-O - AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF CERTAIN PROPERTY IN THE EAST HILLSIDE AREA TO THE HOUSING AND REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF DULUTH.

The following entitled ordinances are to be read for the second time:

COMMITTEE 1

BY COUNCILOR NESS

(FINANCE)

04-031-O - AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE, SALE AND DELIVERY OF GENERAL OBLIGATION AIRPARK IMPROVEMENT BONDS OF THE CITY OF DULUTH IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,000,000 UPON TERMS AND CONDITIONS TO BE PROVIDED BY RESOLUTIONS OF THE CITY COUNCIL AND LEVYING TAXES FOR THE PAYMENT THEREOF.

COMMITTEE 2

BY COUNCILOR GILBERT

(PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT)

04-030-O - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 50 OF THE DULUTH CITY CODE 1959, AS AMENDED, ZONING DISTRICT MAP NO. 19 AS CONTAINED IN THE APPENDIX TO CHAPTER 50, TO PROVIDE FOR THE RECLASSIFICATION FROM R-1-B, ONE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL, TO C-2, HIGHWAY COMMERCIAL DISTRICT, PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2901 MORRIS THOMAS ROAD (BECHTHOLD).

BY COUNCILOR ATKINS

(INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS)

04-029-O - AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A LONG TERM LEASE OF A HISTORIC PROPERTY TO THE FOND DU LAC BAND OF CHIPPEWA. (REPLACEMENT)

BY PRESIDENT STAUBER

(COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE)

04-032-O - AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO CABLE TELEVISION FRANCHISE.

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COUNCILOR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS

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