Mixed bag, but probably a pretty quick evening in the end.
We start the evening with a closed session regarding the City Manager recruitment, followed by an interesting study session. We’ll be going over the proposed Landbank office complex on Wolfe and Arques.
The general meeting starts with two special orders of the day imaginable – recognition of National Library Week and recognition of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. The consent calendar is a bit big. Most noteworthy is a resolution that will allow us to establish 15 mph zones in proximity to Lakewood Elementary School. There’s a gutter/sidewalk contract, another WPCP contract, the master plans for boards and commissions, and second reading of the ordinances related to the rezoning of the Sares-Regis and Raintree projects from our last meeting.
Item 3 is appeal of approval for a child care center at the old NOVA location on Pastoria. I’m told that this was not correctly noticed, and it will be postponed to April 29th.
Item 4 is consideration of a use permit for a new office building on Pastoria near Maude. I’m told that this one was also not correctly noticed, and it will be postponed to April 29th.
Item 5 has us examining the height requirements for R-3 zoning and possibly making changes in responses to our past experiences with R-3 developments.
And that’s about it.