Consideration to amend Chapter 93 (Zoning) for the purpose of updating the City of Hapeville veterinarian, animal hospital and kennel regulations.
East Point Track Club Team Manager, Michael Barman is requesting to have the 3rd Annual Hapeville Criterium event from 6-10:00PM on August 16, 2019. There will be at least 300 people in attendance and several races throughout the evening for kids, men and women. Beer Girl will handle the alcohol sales at the event and there will be a race announcer with backup music. Police will be hired and paid for by the promoter.
The cycling race route will include the following streets:
During the rebuild of the 597 North Central building for the new performing arts center, several necessary repairs for the adjacent 599 North Central building have been discovered.
These repairs include:
As part of a performing arts center, these repairs to the building are eligible for funding from the Tourism Product Development portion of the Hotel/Motel Tax.
Jacob Watts recently moved to the city of Atlanta, thus making him ineligible to continue serving on Hapeville Ignite (formerly known as DACOH). Staff reached out to Ms. Celicia Reme' (also interviewed on March 5 by Mayor and Council) to verify whether she was still interested in serving on the Authority. Ms. Reme' did confirm she is interested and would like to be appointed. She will be present at the Council meeting for any questions.
On June 18, Council had a discussion about increasing the City Manager’s signing authority up to $10,000. Attached is the ordinance for Council's consideration.
This ordinance allows for the following: the call of a special election to be held in all precincts in the City, on the 5th of November 2019 for submitting to the voters of the City of Hapeville the question of authorizing an increase in the City’s current homestead exemption for City residents to $15,000 and an increase of homestead exemption for residents 65 years of age or over, veterans, and residents of the City who are disabled to $20,000. The ordinance also authorizes and directs the City Clerk/Election Superintendent to publish notice of the referendum in the legal organ and/or a newspaper of appropriate general circulation for Fulton County, Georgia; and authorizes the Fulton County Department of Registration and Elections to conduct both special elections and general elections pursuant to the intergovernmental agreement between the City and Fulton County for Fulton County to provide such election services.
respectfully requests Mayor and Council waive first reading of the ordinance in order to meet the
required statutory deadlines.