Phil Ellen on behalf of Georgia Communities, Inc. seeks approval of a conditional use permit to operate a senior living facility within a new development located at 325 Sunset Avenue, Parcel Identification Number 14 009600060133. The property is zoned U-V, Urban Village. Multifamily uses are permitted as a Conditional Use within the U-V Zoning District and are subject to the provisions of Article 3.2.
The Planning Commission considered this item on April 9, 2019 and recommended the Mayor and Council grant the conditional use permit. Staff supported their recommendation.
On March 19, Mayor and Council discussed the Vacant Building Fee ordinance draft. The consensus of Mayor and Council was for legal to add language that speaks to sex trafficking/sex violation. The ordinance is attached for consideration and action.
A first reading of the ordinance was conducted on April 16.
Grace Legendre with Caduceus USA is requesting to use Jess Lucas Park on July 13, 2019 from 2:30PM-5:30PM for their annual employee Back to School Jamboree. Caduceus, who's had a Hapeville presence since 1999, expects approximately 150 people (employees and their families). There will be music, a bouncy house, a game truck and food at the park for the event. Last year, the event was approved and held on July 14, 2018.
This May, Municipal Clerks Week will be celebrating its 50th anniversary. Initiated in 1969 by International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC) and endorsed by all of its members throughout the United States, Canada and 15 other countries, the week is a time of celebration and reflection on the importance of the Clerk’s office.
The week will feature a week-long series of activities aimed at increasing the public’s awareness of Municipal Clerks and the vital services they provide for local government and the community.
Attached is the proclamation for consideration and action.
Mauldin & Jenkins has completed the City of Hapeville Audit for Fiscal 2018. The firm experienced costs well in excess of the $37,000 bid amount for the 2nd year of the audit. The 2017/18 added a single audit due to Federal Funds in excess of $750,000 and $5,000 for GEFA reporting. Additional staff and partner time incurred totaled $39,184.43. Mauldin & Jenkins requests a final balance billing of $20,000 to settle the 2017/18 audit.
The Fulton County Arts Council (FCAC) is in place to enhance the quality of life of Fulton County Residents. FCAC serves as the funding agency to support cultural programs and the agency which provides services to Fulton County based nonprofit arts organizations and Fulton County residents.
FCAC granted the City of Hapeville $10,000 to fund the art that will be placed on the Pedestrian Bridge. This is a 1:1 match. The grant will help fund Phase II of the project.
The agreement is attached for consideration and action.