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Here are the agendas for the Peachtree City Council, the Fayetteville City Council and the Tyrone Town Council, all meeting on Thursday of this week.

CITY COUNCIL OF PEACHTREE CITY

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

SEPTEMBER 15, 2022, 6:30 p.m.

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I. Call to Order

II. Pledge of Allegiance

III. Moment of Silence

IV. Announcements, Awards, Special Recognition

V. Presentations

1. Clayton State University New Peachtree City Location Dr. Jill Lane, CSU

VI. Public Comment

VII. Agenda Changes

VIII. Minutes

August 18, 2022, Special Called Meeting Minutes

August 18, 2022, Regular Meeting Minutes

August 18. 2022, Executive Session Minutes

August 19, 2022, Special Called Meeting Minutes

August 29, 2022, Special Called Meeting Minutes

August 30, 2022, Special Called Meeting Minutes

August 30, 2022, Special Called Workshop Minutes

IX. Consent Agenda

1. Ordinance #1200- Departments Amendment & Organizational Chart Update

2. Brand Name CPL for Architectural and Construction Management Services

3. FY22 Budget Amendment for Fund 208 and purchase of Crime Scene Mapping System

4. Rescind City Tree Trimming and Removal Service Agreement from Superior Tree Service and award it to Ricardo’s Tree Service.

5. Official Intent Resolution (Reimbursement Resolution)

X. Old Agenda Items

XI. New Agenda Items

09-22-01 Re-Appointment of Kenneth Hamner and Scott Ritenour to the Planning Commission, Appointment of Felicia Reeves to fulfill the remainder of Paul Gresham’s term and Appointment of Andrew Kriz as the alternate on the Planning Commission (Learnard)

09-22-02 Appointment of Jill Mitchell to the CVB Board (Learnard)

09-22-03 Appointment of William Beckwith to the Airport Authority and Miranda Shockley as the Alternate for the Airport Authority. (Learnard)

09-22-04 Master Lease Purchase- Lease Schedule #1 (Salvatore)

09-22-05 First Reading- Ordinance #1201- Alcohol Amendment- Mixed Drink to go/ Corkage (Julio)

09-22-06 First Reading- Ordinance #1202 – Massage Establishments Ordinance (Moon)

09-22-07 Consider MRR Grant Application for Modernization (MOD) of Elevator at library (Prouty)

09-22-08 SPLOST 2023 Official Project List (Strickland)

XII. Public Hearings

XIII. Council/Staff Topics

Public Communication Update (Julio)

Proposed Signage and Lighting options for the DLT at SR54/74 intersection (Borkowski)

XIV. Executive Session

XV. Adjourn

This agenda is subject to change at any time up to 24 hours prior to the scheduled meeting

This meeting will be held in Council Chambers at City Hall, 151 Willowbend Road

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Fayetteville City Council agenda

6 p.m., Sept. 15, 2022 at Fayetteville City Hall

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Call to Order

Opening Prayer

The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

Approval of Agenda

1. Approval of Minutes of August 18, 2022 Called Meeting

2. Approval of Minutes of August 18, 2022 Regular City Council Meeting

3. Approval of Minutes for August 30, 2022 – Work Session

RECOGNITIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

4. Employee Recognitions

PUBLIC HEARINGS

5. Consider Ordinance #0-17-22 — Speed Detection Device Permit Renewal: Presented by Chief Scott Gray

6. Consider Ordinance #0-18-22 — Rezoning Request from Caballero Holdings, LLC to rezone Parcel Nos. 052402019 and 052402020 (± 8.5 acres total) from R-30 Single Family Residential to R-THC Residential Townhouse Condominium. Property is located on East Lanier Avenue: Presented by Director of Community and Economic Development David Rast

7. Consider Resolution R-37-22 – Adoption of the 2022 Comprehensive Plan Update (Public Hearing): Presented by Director of Planning and Zoning Denise Brookins

8. Consider Ordinance #0-19-22 — rezoning request from Trilith Development LLC to rezone Parcel Nos. 0705 002 (± 110 acres) and 0705 022 (± 32 acres) located on Veterans Parkway. Parcel 0705 022 and 61 acres of Parcel 0705 002 are currently zoned R-70 Single Family Residential. The remaining 49 acres of Parcel 0705 002 are zoned BP Business Park. The Applicant desires to rezone the property to PCD Planned Community Development: Presented by Director of Community and Economic Development David Rast

9. Consider Ordinance #0-20-22 — Rezoning request from Georgia Military College Foundation, Inc. to rezone Parcel No. 0705 023 (±7.89 acres) from R-70 Single Family Residential to OI Office and Institutional. Property located on Veterans Parkway at South Sandy Creek Road. Presented by Director of Community and Economic Development David Rast

NEW BUSINESS

10. Consider Step One Annexation Application from Randolph Williams for three parcels (+/-7.37 acres) located northeast of the Hwy. 85 N and Walker Pkwy. intersection (Parcel Nos. 0538 081, 0538 092 and 0538 026): Presented by Director of Community and Economic Development David Rast

11. Consider Resolution R-36-22 — Street Renaming Policy: Presented by Director of Planning and Zoning Denise Brookins

REPORTS AND COMMENTS

City Manager & Staff Reports

City Council and Committee Reports

Mayors Comments & Public Comments

EXECUTIVE SESSION

12. Executive Session – Personnel Matters and Real Estate

ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Tyrone Town Council Meeting

Thursday, September 15, 2022 7:00 PM

950 Senoia Road, Tyrone, GA 30290

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I. CALL TO ORDER

II. INVOCATION

III. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV. PUBLIC COMMENTS: The first public comment period is reserved for non-agenda items. Comments are limited to three (3) minutes. Please state your name & address. Comments that require a response may not be answered during this time. The Council or staff may respond at a later date.

V. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

VI. CONSENT AGENDA: All matters listed under this item are considered to be routine by the Town Council and will be enacted by one motion. There will not be separate discussion of these items. If discussion is desired, that item will be removed from the consent agenda and will be considered separately.

1. Approval of minutes from September 1, 2022.

VII. PRESENTATIONS

VIII. PUBLIC HEARINGS

IX. OLD BUSINESS

X. NEW BUSINESS

2. Approval to accept a reimbursement in the amount of $41,659.00 from the Fayette County Development Authority. Brandon Perkins, Town Manager

3. Consideration of the purchase of a John Deer Tractor for Public Works in an amount not to exceed $37,497.17 which includes a trade-in. Mitch Bowman, Public Works Maintenance Supervisor 

4. Consideration to Award Project  Number PW-2023-04, Senoia Road Streetscape Improvements design, to Keck &  Wood, Inc. Scott Langford, Town Engineer / Public Works Director

5. Consideration to Award Project  Number PW-2023-02, the Senoia Road to Spencer Road Multi-Use Path design, to  Keck & Wood, Inc. Scott Langford, Town Engineer / Public Works Director

XI. PUBLIC COMMENTS: The second public comment period is for any issue. Comments are limited to three (3) minutes. Please state your name & address. Comments that require a response may not be answered during this time. The Council or staff may respond at a later date.

XII. STAFF COMMENTS

XIII. COUNCIL COMMENTS

XIV. EXECUTIVE SESSION

XV. ADJOURNMENT