City Officials Will Meet During Three Meetings Aug 5

(BLOOMINGTON) – The City of Bloomington Common Council will meet on Wednesday, August 5th.

The Land Use Committee will meet at 5:15 p.m., followed by the Committee of the Whole at 6:30 p.m. and the Transportation Committee at 8:30 p.m.

All meetings listed above accessible via zoom by clicking here.

For legislation and background material view the July 22, 2020 Packet and July 22, 2020 Packet Addendum.

  • Appropriation Ordinance 20-03 – This amendment at the request of planning staff and makes corrections to Ord 20-12. The amendment adds defined hours for three loading zones.
  • Resolution 20-12
  • Ordinance 20-12

July 29, 2020 Packet

Legislative Packet contents materials pertaining to the week of August 3-7

NEW MATERIALS FOR WEEK OF AUGUST 3-7
Ordinance 20-12 – To Amend the City of Bloomington Zoning Maps by Amending the District Ordinance and Preliminary Plan for the Thomson PUD to Add 8.46 Acres – Re:700 W. Guy Avenue (Habitat for Humanity, Petitioner)

  • Amendment 01 – submitted by staff, in search of sponsor
  • Amendment 02 – submitted by staff, in search of sponsor
  • Amendment 03 – submitted by staff, in search of sponsor
  • Amendment 04 – submitted by staff, in search of sponsor
  • (Additional amendments sponsored by councilmembers are forthcoming and may be distributed in advance of the August 5 meeting of the Transportation Committee.)

Contact: Beth Rosenbarger, rosenbab@bloomington.in.gov, 812-349-3423
Contact: Amir Farshchi, farshchs@bloomington.in.gov, 812-349-3423

  • Appropriation Ordinance 20-03 – To specially appropriate from the General Fund, the Parks General Fund, and the Jack Hopkins Fund expenditures not otherwise appropriated (Appropriating a Portion of the amount of funds reverted to various City funds at the end of 2019 for the purpose of assisting with Bloomington’s recovery forward from the COVID-19 Pandemic during 2020)
  • Written questions from councilmembers and staff responses

Contacts: Jeff Underwood, underwoj@bloomington.in.gov, 812-349-3416
Mike Rouker, roukerm@bloomington.in.gov, 812-349-3426. Questions regarding specific proposed expenditures may also be directed to the
relevant department heads.

LAND USE COMMITTEE – AUGUST 5

Legislation for Committee Discussion

  • Item 1: Ordinance 20-13 – To Amend the City of Bloomington Zoning Maps by Amending the District Ordinance and Preliminary Plan for the Thomson PUD to Add 8.46 Acres – Re: 700 W. Guy Avenue (Habitat for Humanity, Petitioner)

Please see the Council Legislative Packet issued for the week of July 27-31 for the above legislation, background material, and summary.

Contact: Eric Greulich, greulice@bloomington.in.gov, 812-349-3423

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE – AUGUST 5

Legislation for Committee Discussion Appropriation Ordinance 20-03 – To specially appropriate from the General Fund, the Parks General Fund, and the Jack Hopkins Fund expenditures not otherwise appropriated (Appropriating a portion of the amount of funds reverted to various
City funds at the end of 2019 for the purpose of assisting with Bloomington’s
Recovery Forward from the COVID-19 Pandemic during 2020)

Please see the Council Legislative Packet issued for the week of July 20-24 for the above legislation and background material, along with the Packet Addendum for the summary.

Contacts: Jeff Underwood, underwoj@bloomington.in.gov, 812-349-3416
Mike Rouker, roukerm@bloomington.in.gov, 812-349-3426

Questions regarding specific proposed expenditures may also be directed to the relevant department heads. Included herein are written questions previously submitted by councilmembers regarding Appropriation Ordinance 20-03, along with responses from city staff members.

  • Resolution 20-12 – To review and approve the Intra-Category transfer and expenditure of $100,000 or more within a covered fund under Ordinance 18-10 (Additional fiscal oversight by the Common Council) Re: A $250,000 transfer from Line 399 (Other Services and Charges) to Line 396 (Grants) within the Housing TrustFund (#905) and expenditure of transferred funds

Please see the Council Legislative Packet issued for the week of July 20-24 for the above legislation and background material, along with the Packet Addendum for the summary.

Contacts: Jeff Underwood, underwoj@bloomington.in.gov, 812-349-3416
Mike Rouker, roukerm@bloomington.in.gov, 812-349-3426

TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE – AUGUST 5

Legislation for Committee Discussion

  • Item 1: Ordinance 20-12 – To Amend Title 15 of the Bloomington Municipal Code Entitled”Vehicles And Traffic” Re: Amending Chapters 15.12.010 (Stop intersections);15.24.010 (Increased or decreased speed limits); and 15.40.10 (Locations) to change “Trades Street” and “Trades St.” to “Maker Way;” 12.32.080 (No parking zones) to add several no parking zones; 15.32.090 (Limited parking zones) to change a limited parking zone; and 15.32.100 (Loading zones) to add a loading zone; and 15.32.186 (Motorcycle Parking Restrictions) to add parking restrictions for motorcycles and mopeds; and 15.36.085 (Reserved Residential On-Street Parking Permits ) to add temporary visitor parking permit; and 15.40.019 to add garage parking space reserved for electric vehicles; and 15.40.010 (On-Street Metered Parking Locations and Maximum Hourly Rate) to add three locations; and 15.24.020 (Increased or decreased speed limits) to remove and add some locations; and 15.12.010 (MultiStop Intersections) to add and change some locations; and 15.12.030 (Signalized Intersections) to add one location; and 15.16.010 (One-Way Street) to remove one location.

Please see the Council Legislative Packet issued for the week of July 20-24 for the above legislation and background material, along with the Packet Addendum for the summary.

Contact: Beth Rosenbarger, rosenbab@bloomington.in.gov, 812-349-3423
Contact: Amir Farshchi, farshchs@bloomington.in.gov, 812-349-3423

Included herein are amendments to Ordinance 20-12 prepared by planning staff to correct errors contained in the original legislation. If a council member is willing to sponsor the included amendments, please let council staff know.

  • Ordinance 20-14 – An Ordinance to Amend Title 15 of the Bloomington Municipal Code Entitled “Vehicles And Traffic” – Re: Reflecting A Proposed Redesign Of Seventh Street As The “7-Line”

Please see the Council Legislative Packet issued for the week of July 27-31 for the above legislation, background material, and summary.

Contact: Beth Rosenbarger, rosenbab@bloomington.in.gov, 812-349-3423

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