Taco Pete Bistro has completed all of the necessary steps in the alcohol license application process, and therefore, they are requesting approval from Mayor and Council. All departmental reports have been received, advertising has been completed, and staff has no questions or major concerns with this application. City Manager and Staff recommends approval.
The City of Hapeville urges all citizens to support efforts to protect our trees and woodlands and to support the city’s urban forestry program.
requesting approval of the LCI Implementation scope of work (attached) to
be advertised for the RFP (May 2018). The geographic areas
covered under these implementation studies include the Virginia Avenue gateway
(streetscape design coordination, roundabout study, overlay design guidelines,
gateway and wayfinding signage), the Western Gateway (gateway and wayfinding
signage), the Eastern Gateway (gateway and wayfinding signage) Downtown
RFP will be advertised in accordance with the City's procurement process.
As part of the City's commitment to public engagement, the studies will
include public participation components throughout the process. To
further engage stakeholders and ensure coordination across departments and
development-related committees/boards, staff is recommending
an advisory committee be formed for both the selection of the vendor and
for the duration of the studies. This advisory committee would include
members from staff and committees whose activities and decisions are
directly impacted by these projects. As stated above, there
will be opportunities for public input during the process where additional
staff and committee members can participate.
Proposed Advisory Committee:
City Administration (Tim Young)
Police (Chief Glavosek)
Community Services (Lee Sudduth)
Design Review Committee (1 member)
Development Authority (1 member)
Main Street (1 member)
Planning Commission (1 member)
Planning & Zoning (non-voting member for selection of vendor)
On Wednesday, April 25th, the Hapeville Main Street Board voted unanimously to support the installation at a cost of $1570.00. In your packet is a statement from Evereman along with examples of artwork.
Staff recommends approval of the installation.
At this time, the Mayor opens the floor to comments from the audience. Comments should relate to a specific agenda item, not listed on the agenda for a Public Hearing, or to a concern within the jurisdiction of the City. Mayor and Council meetings serve the purpose of conducting city business and are not a forum for the unlimited expression of opinion. The Mayor reserves the right to limit comments to matters germane to city business and may refer speakers to the City Manager or other staff for resolution.