BLOOMINGTON – The City of Bloomington Common Council will meet in special sessions on the following dates.
Per Executive Orders issued by the Governor, these meetings will be conducted electronically.
Here are the dates and links:
- Tuesday, May 4, 2021, at 6:30 p.m. The public may access the meeting at this link.
- Wednesday, May 5, 2021, at 7:30 p.m. The public may access the meeting at this link.
- Thursday, May 6, 2021, at 6:30 p.m. The public may access the meeting at this link.
To view the legislative packet click here.
I. AGENDA SUMMATION
II. CONDUCT OF DELIBERATIONS
III. ORDINANCE 21-23 – To Amend Title 20 (Unified Development Ordinance) of the Bloomington Municipal Code – Re: Regulations Related to Dwelling, Duplex; Dwelling, Triplex, and Dwelling, Fourplex Set Forth in BMC 20.03 and 20.04
IV. ORDINANCE 21-24 – To Repeal and Replace the Official Zoning Map within Title 20 of the Bloomington Municipal Code Entitled “Unified Development Ordinance”
V. COUNCIL SCHEDULE
The agenda for the May 5th meeting
I. ROLL CALL
II. AGENDA SUMMATION
III. APPROVAL OF MINUTES (None)
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. Ordinance 21-26 – To Amend Title 15 of the Bloomington Municipal Code Entitled “Vehicles And Traffic” – Re: Amending Chapter 15.37 (Residential Neighborhood Permit Parking) to add a penalty for using a residential neighborhood parking permit in an unauthorized manner; Section 15.37.080 (Proof of permit purchase required) to add a penalty for not displaying a neighborhood parking or visitor permit when parked in a residential neighborhood zone and adding that penalty to the list of
Class G traffic violations; Section 15.37.100 (Replacement of permit) to require permit holders to report stolen permits to the police before receiving a free replacement; and Section 15.48.010 (General Provisions) to require people who have their cars towed after they have accumulated six or more unpaid parking citations to pay their unpaid citations before their car will be released to the Committee of the Whole Recommendation (28 April 2021) – Do Pass: 5-1-3
VII. LEGISLATION FOR FIRST READINGS (None)
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.