BLOOMINGTON – The City of Bloomington Common Council will meet in a regular session on Wednesday, June 16 at 6:30 p.m.
The meeting will be conducted electronically. The public may access the meeting at this link.
Please view the following Legislative Packet.
On the agenda:
I. ROLL CALL
II. AGENDA SUMMATION
III. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
− 27 May 2020 (Special Session)
− 29 July 2020 (Regular Session)
IV. REPORTS (A maximum of twenty minutes is set aside for each part of this section.)
B. The Mayor and City Offices
a. Innovation Report
C. Council Committees
V. APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
VI. LEGISLATION FOR SECOND READINGS AND RESOLUTIONS
A. Resolution 21-19 – Authorizing the Allocation of the Jack Hopkins Social Services Program Funds for the Year 2021 and Related Matters
B. Resolution 21-21 – To Confirm Resolution 21-20 Designating an Economic Revitalization Area, Approving the Statement of Benefits, and Authorizing an Abatement Period for Real Property Improvements – Re: Property at 1730 S. Walnut Street (Retreat at Switchyard) (Real America LLC/Retreat at Switchyard, LP, Petitioner)
C. Resolution 21-22 – Resolution Proposing Opt-Out of Opioids Settlements Pursuant to Indiana Code § 4-6-15-2
D. Resolution 21-23 – Recognizing the 52nd Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and the June Celebration of Pride Month
E. Ordinance 21-30 – To Amend Title 16 of the Bloomington Municipal Code Entitled “ResidentialRental Unit and Establishment Inspection Program” Housing Committee Recommendation (26 May 2021) Do Pass: 4-0-0 Regular Session Action (02 June 2021), Amendment 01 Adopted: 9-0-0, Amendment 02 Adopted: 5-4-0, Motion to Postpone to 16 June 2021 Adopted: 9-0-0
F. Ordinance 21-25 – To Establish the American Rescue Plan Act Fund (“ARPA Fund”) Supporting the City of Bloomington’s Recovery from the COVID-19 Pandemic Committee of the Whole Recommendation (09 June 2021) Do Pass: 7-0-0
G. Ordinance 21-28 – An Ordinance to Amend Ordinance 20-23 Which Fixed Salaries for Certain City of Bloomington Employees for the Year 2021 – Re: To Change the Grade of Existing Positions in the Office of the Mayor, the Parks Department, and the Utilities Department and Revise Job Titles Within Both the Police and Fire Departments to Better Reflect the Nature of Those Positions Committee of the Whole Recommendation (09 June 2021) Amendment 01 Do Pass: 7-0-0 Ordinance 21-28 as Amended Do Pass: 7-0-0
H. Ordinance 21-29 – Amending Ordinance 20-22 Which Fixed the Salaries of Officers of the Police and Fire Departments for the City of Bloomington for 2021 – Re: Title Change for Fire Inspector Committee of the Whole Recommendation (09 June 2021) Do Pass: 7-0-0
VII. LEGISLATION FOR FIRST READINGS
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.