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Town Council Regular Meeting

Date & Time:
Monday, February 10, 2020
10:00 am

Location:
Town Hall
402 Evergreen Road
South Bethany, Delaware
Details:

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February 10, 2020, Town Council Regular Meeting Minutes

Agenda – February 10, 2020, Town Council Regular Meeting

First Reading Ordinance 197-20

First Reading Ordinance 198-20

Resolution No. 1-20

Leadership Reports:

Mayor Report

Town Manager and Departments

Attachment to Town Manager Report – PD Monthly Data Report

Attachment to Town Manager Report – December Code Enforcement Report

Attachment to Town Manager Report – January Code Enforcement Report

Treasurer Report

Committee Reports:

Budget and Finance Committee

Charter and Code Committee

Communications and Public Relations Committee

Community Enhancement Committee

AGENDA

1. Meeting Called to Order and Pledge to the Flag
A. Announcement of Absences and Participation by Remote Access

2. Adoption of Minutes – December 13, 2019, Town Council Regular Meeting

3. Discussion and possible vote on change to permitted parking

4. Ordinances and Resolutions
A. First Reading of Ordinance 197-20 to amend the Code of the Town of South Bethany Chapter 94, Parking, to revise permitted parking, fines, and penalties
B. First Reading of Ordinance 198-20 to amend the Code of the Town of South Bethany Chapter 145, Zoning, Article IV, General Provisions, § 145-9 Vision clearance at corners, requiring clear vision for vehicle traffic at corner lots
C. Discussion and possible vote to schedule the first reading of an ordinance to amend the Code of the Town of South Bethany, Chapter 138, “Voting, Absentee”, to comply with state law
D. Discussion and possible vote to schedule the first reading of an ordinance regarding concessionaires
E. Discussion and possible vote on Resolution No. 1-20 Requesting that the Proposed Offshore Wind Project and the Fenwick Island State Park Expansion be Thoroughly Reviewed and Studied in Partnership with Surrounding Coastal Communities

5. Discussion and possible vote to award the following bids
A. Bid No. 20-02 Bristol Road Street Improvements
B. Bid No. 20-03 Dune Walkway Replacements, N. 6th St., S. 6th St., & Indian St.

6. Administrative Matters
A. Discussion and possible vote on the approval of the 2020 Board of Election – Appointment of Sally Baker, Bonnie Rae, and Donna Farrow
B. Discussion and possible vote on the approval of the 2020 Election Workers – Appointment of Pat Spangler, Jane Bonbright, and John Stefani
C. Discussion and possible vote to appoint a Planning Commission member

7. Leadership Reports
A. Mayor’s Report
B. Town Manager’s Report
C. Treasurer’s Report

8. Committee and Commission Reports
A. Budget and Finance Committee
B. Canal Water Quality Committee
C. Charter and Code Committee
D. Communications and Public Relations Committee
E. Community Enhancement Committee

9. Public Comment (3-minute limit per speaker)

10. Adjournment

Note: The agenda items, as listed, may not be considered in sequence. This agenda is subject to change to include additional items including executive sessions or the deletion of items including executive sessions which arise at the time of the meeting. 29 Del.C § 10004(e)(2)


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