Wednesday, April 21, 2021, 4:00 a.m.
Monday, April 19, 2021 – 6 p.m.
COUNCIL CHAMBER / TOWN HOUSE / A CIVIL SQUARE
1. CALL TO ORDER
2. APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
4. OBLIGATION OF ALLEGIANCE
5. RECOGNITION OF CITY WORKERS AND OUTSTANDING CITIZENS
6. RECOGNITION OF PERSONS WHO WANT TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL
7. COMMENTS / OBSERVATIONS FROM THE COUNCIL AND MAYORS
8. AGENDA OF CONSENT
a. Approval of the minutes
1st ordinary meeting on March 15, 2021
2. March 15, 2021 executive meeting
3rd special meeting on March 31, 2021
1. General Claims $ 1,987,014.93
2. Payroll $ 3,021,948.47 and $ 3,024,676.90
3. Transfers $ 1,970,912.36
9. MEASURES IN THE EVENT OF MAYOR VETOES
10. REPORTS OF THE COMMITTEE
a. Finance, Utilities and Rules Committee
b. Land Use and Special Studies Committee
c. All reports nominated by the Chair to qualify for placement in this category.
11. OTHER REPORTS – (at the first meeting of the month below):
a. Carmel Redevelopment Commission (monthly)
b. Carmel Historic Preservation Commission (Quarterly – January, April, July, October)
c. Examination board (every six months – May, October)
d. Redevelopment authority (every six months – April, October)
e. Carmel Cable and Telecommunications Commission (Semiannual – April, October)
f. Economic Development Commission (every six months – February, August)
G. Library Board (annually – February)
H. Ethics Committee (annually – February)
I. Public Art Committee (Annually – August)
j. Park Department (quarterly – February, May, August, November)
k. All reports nominated by the Chair to qualify for placement in this category.
12. OLD SHOP
a. Sixth reading of Regulation D-2563-20; An ordinance of the Carmel, Indiana City Joint Council authorizing the issuance of General Income Tax (LIT) notes to provide funds to fund specific acquisition and capital improvement projects in the city; Sponsor (s): Councilor (s) Kimball, Rider and Worrell. Stay on the Finance, Utilities and Rules Committee
This ordinance allows borrowing up to a maximum of $ 8,000,000 to fund completion of the Police Headquarters expansion project and other redevelopment and economic development projects in the city, if applicable. The bonds are due from a pledge of the city's local income tax distributions (LIT) with a security pledge of a general property tax as a credit enhancement.
b. Resolution CC-12-21-20-04: A resolution by the Carmel City, Indiana City Council to approve the issuance of the Carmel City Redevelopment District debt; Sponsor (s): Councilor (s) Kimball, Rider and Worrell. Stay on the Finance, Utilities and Rules Committee
The resolution approves redevelopment district bonds for a maximum of $ 25,000,000 to fund various redevelopment projects in the city. The bonds are paid from tax increases (TIF) generated in the various TIF allocation areas set out in the agreement on the payment of modified and adjusted revenues between the city and the CRC, with the tax on special services for credit enhancement purposes is pledged.
c. Sixth reading of Regulation D-2565-20; An ordinance of the Joint Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana amending Chapter 2, Article 4, Section 2-107 of the Carmel City Code; Sponsor (s): Alderman (s) Finkam, Rider, Campbell and Worrell. Remains submitted to the Finance, Utilities and Rules Committee until 5/1/21.
This ordinance requires the Medical Escrow Fund (Fund 301) plan administrator to seek approval from the council before using excess funds to expand benefits or collect health and dental insurance premiums from the City of Carmel, its employees, or retirees who remain in the US state of Carmel suspend the city's health and dental insurance plan.
d. Third reading of Regulation D-2574-21; An ordinance of the Joint Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana adding Chapter 3, Article 1, Section 3-48 of the Carmel City Code; Sponsor (s): City Council (s) Campbell, Finkam, Aasen, Hannon, Nelson, Rider and Worrell. Return from finance, pension and regulatory committee
This ordinance creates a provision of the Carmel City Code relating to the city council's statutory investigative powers.
e. Third reading of Regulation D-2575-21; An ordinance of the Joint Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana amending Chapter 3, Article 1, Sections 3-28 of the Carmel City Code; Sponsor (s): Councilor (s) Finkam, Campbell and Rider return from the Finance, Supplies and Rules Committee
This ordinance amends a provision of the Carmel City Code relating to the Department of Justice's relationship with the City Council to modernize the language and remove any inadvertent restriction on the Department of Justice's legal obligations or other legal rights of the City Council.
f. Second reading of Regulation Z-665-21; An ordinance of the Joint Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana, amending standards and definitions for signage in the Unified Development Ordinance; Sponsor: Council driver. Return from the Committee on Land Use and Special Studies.
This regulation amends the Single Development Regulation to add new types of signs, allow different types of signs for different uses, promote signage in pedestrian areas and better adapt the 2017 Single Development Regulation to the signage needs of Carmel.
G. Second reading of Regulation Z-666-21; An ordinance by the Carmel, Indiana City Joint Council establishing the development district for planned units in Albany Village; Sponsor: Council driver. Return from the Committee on Land Use and Special Studies.
Ordinance Establishes the Albany Village Planned Unit Development District Ordinance (the "Albany Village PUD"). The ordinance would convert S-1 Residential's properties into a planned residential area to allow the future development of a residential area laid out in the style and character of the attached concept plan, which includes single and two-family houses.
13. PUBLIC HEARINGS
a. First reading of regulation D-2577-21; An ordinance by the Carmel, Indiana City Joint Council to approve and approve an additional allocation from the operating balance of the General Fund to the Carmel Human Resources budget for 2021; Sponsor (s): City Council (s) Finkam, Aasen, Worrell, Hannon and Nelson.
Uses funding for Human Resources 2021 budget to fund diversity and inclusion training, an organizational review, and development of a comprehensive long-term cultural literacy plan.
b. Resolution CC-04-19-21-01: A resolution of the Joint Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana on the transfer of real estate to third parties; Sponsor (s): Councilor (s) Rider, Nelson and Worrell.
The resolution authorizes the sale of surplus real estate near 96th Street and Keystone Parkway that is not needed for public use and sets a minimum sale price.
14. NEW SHOP
a. First reading of regulation D-2578-21; An ordinance of the Joint Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana amending Chapter 8, Article 4, Sections 8-43 of the Carmel City Code; Sponsor (s): City Council (s) Aasen, Rider and Worrell.
This ordinance grants the borough of Brookshire North Approved Neighborhood status, allowing golf carts to be used on local roads within the borough.
b. Resolution CC-04-19-21-02: A resolution of the Joint Council of the City of Carmel, Indiana amending ATAPCO Carmel, Inc .; Sponsor (s): City Council (s) Finkam and Worrell.
Changes the partial property tax rebate granted for capital improvements on the property at 645 W. Carmel Drive to reflect the redesign and transfer of the property for which the rebate was granted.
15. AGENDA ADEN-ON ARTICLES
16. OTHER BUSINESS
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