BLOOMINGTON – The Bloomington Common Council will meet in a regular session on Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at 6:30 p.m.
Per Executive Orders issued by the Governor, this meeting will be conducted electronically via Zoom. The public may access the meeting at this link.
On the agenda:
I. ROLL CALL
II. AGENDA SUMMATION
III. APPROVAL OF MINUTES for the 06 January 2021, 25 February 2021, 24 February 2021 meetings
IV. REPORTS (A maximum of twenty minutes is set aside for each part of this section.)
B. The Mayor and City Offices
C. Council Committees
V. APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
VI. LEGISLATION FOR SECOND READINGS AND RESOLUTIONS
A. Resolution 21-03 – To Approve Recommendations of the Mayor for Distribution of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funds For 2021
B. Resolution 21-06 – To Approve “The City of Bloomington Tax Abatement Program General Standards” Which Amends and Supersedes All Former Versions of the City’s Tax Abatement Program Criteria and Procedures.
C. Ordinance 21-06 – To Amend Title 2 (“Administration and Personnel”) of the Bloomington Municipal Code Re: Adding Chapter 2.87 (Protections for People Experiencing Homelessness) Committee of the Whole Recommendation (24 February 2021) – No Recommendation
VII. LEGISLATION FOR FIRST READINGS
A. Ordinance 21-07 – To Amend the City of Bloomington Zoning Maps by Amending the District Ordinance and Preliminary Plan for Parcel E of the Thomson PUD. Re: 300 W. Hillside Drive (Tom Brennan, Petitioner)
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B. Ordinance 21-08 – To Amend the City of Bloomington Zoning Maps by Rezoning 87 Acres from Planned Unit Development to Mixed-Use Corridor (MC) – Re: 3100 W. Fullerton Pike (Bill C Brown Revocable Trust, Petitioner
C. Ordinance 21-09 – To Amend Title 9 of the Bloomington Municipal Code Entitled “Water” (Rate Adjustment)
D. Ordinance 21-10 – An Ordinance Authorizing the Acquisition, Construction, and Installation by the City of Bloomington, Indiana, of Certain Extensions and Improvements to the City’s Waterworks Utility, the Issuance and Sale of Revenue Bonds to Provide Funds for the Payment
of the Costs Thereof, and the Collection, Segregation, and Distribution of the Revenues of Such Waterworks Utility and Other Related Matters
VIII. ADDITIONAL PUBLIC COMMENT* (A maximum of twenty-five minutes is set aside for this section.)
IX. COUNCIL SCHEDULE
Members of the public may speak on matters of community concern not listed on the agenda at one of the two public comment opportunities. Citizens may speak at one of these periods, but not both. Speakers are allowed five minutes; this time allotment may be reduced by the presiding officer if numerous people wish to speak.