UPDATED: First Readings Dominate Huntington City Council July 8 Agenda

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UPDATED: First Readings Dominate Huntington City Council July 8 Agenda
Photo by Aaron Michael Fox (Mayor's Office)
Huntington City Council will meet Monday, July 8 at 7:30 p.m. in council chambers at Huntington City Hall. The work session will occur at 6:30 p.m., since City Hall was closed Thursday for July 4.

The agenda includes all first readings or resolutions. First readings are dominated by vehicle lease/purchase proposals for public works, compliance and the fire department. One resolution would authorize funds to fix a landslide at Giger Street, hire a full time program coordinator at the A.D. Lewis Center, and honor Sterling Supply for 60 years in business.


1.         Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance

2.         Roll Call

3.         Synopsis of Last Meeting

4.         Reports of the Mayor

5.         Good & Welfare

 

6.         1st Reading of an Ordinance re:  An Ordinance of Council Authorizing the Mayor to Enter into a Contract to Furnish the City with its Annual Supply of Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) for Ice and Snow Removal on City Streets  

 

Sponsored by:  Councilwoman Frances Jackson

 

7.         1st Reading of an Ordinance re:  An Ordinance of Council Authorizing the Mayor to Enter into a Three (3) Year Lease Purchase Agreement and a Five (5) Year Lease Purchase Agreement in Order to Finance Various City Vehicles  

 

Sponsored by:  Councilwoman Frances Jackson

 

8.         1st Reading of an Ordinance re:  An Ordinance of Council Authorizing the Mayor to enter into a Contract to Furnish the City’s Sanitation/Trash Division with One (1) New Twenty-Five (25) Cubic Yard Cab & Chassis with Refuse Packer and One (1) New Eleven (11) Cubic Yard Rear Loading Refuse Truck  

 

Sponsored by:  Councilwoman Frances Jackson

 

9.         1st Reading of an Ordinance re:  An Ordinance of Council Authorizing the Mayor to Enter into a Contract to Furnish the Inspections and Compliance Division with Three (3) Pick-up Trucks  

 

Sponsored by:  Councilwoman Frances Jackson

 

10.     1st Reading of an Ordinance re:  An Ordinance of Council Authorizing the Mayor to Enter into a Contract to Furnish the Huntington Fire Department with Three (3) New 2014 Chevy Tahoe Vehicles  

 

Sponsored by:  Councilman David Ball

 

11.     1st Reading of an Ordinance re:  An Ordinance to Amend the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Huntington, West Virginia, 1998, and the Zone Map Attached Thereto as Part Thereof by Zoning To C-1 Neighborhood Commercial District from R-2 Residence District the Property located at 2788 Collis Avenue, Cabell County Tax Map 11, Parcels 52, 53, 54, 55, 56 and from R-4 Residence District Property located at 2788 Collis Avenue, Cabell County Tax Map 3, Parcels 541, 542, 543, 544, 545, 546, 547, and 549  

 

Sponsored by:  Councilman Gary Bunn

 

12.     1st Reading of an Ordinance re:  An Ordinance to Amend the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Huntington, West Virginia, 1998, and the Zone Map Attached Thereto as a Part Thereof, by Zoning to C-1 Neighborhood Commercial District from I-1 Industrial District the property located at 208 Cheshire Way, Cabell County Tax Map 66, Parcels 161 and 162.1  

 

Sponsored by:  Councilman Gary Bunn

 

13.     1st Reading of an Ordinance re:  An Ordinance of Council Amending, Modifying and Re-Enacting Article 533 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Huntington, as Revised, Regarding Offenses Related to Property  

 

Sponsored by:  Councilman David Ball

 

14.     Resolution re:  A RESOLUTION OF COUNCIL AND THE MAYOR HONORING STERLING SUPPLY COMPANY FOR ITS 60 YEARS OF BUSINESS

 

Sponsored by:  Councilman Mark Bates

 

15.     Resolution re:  A Resolution of Council Approving the By-Laws of the A.D. Lewis Community Center Advisory Board 

 

Sponsored by:  Councilwoman Sandra Clements

 

16.     Resolution re:  A Resolution of Council Creating the Full Time Position of Program Coordinator at the A.D. Lewis Community Center 

 

Sponsored by:  Councilwoman Sandra Clements

 

17.     Resolution re:  A Resolution of Council Ratifying, Approving and Confirming an Emergency Purchase in Order to Provide Labor and Materials for the Repair of the Giger Street Landslide 

 

Sponsored by:  Councilman Gary Bunn

 

18.     Resolution re:  A Resolution of Council Authorizing the Mayor to Accept Donated Property from Campbell Transportation Company, Inc. on Behalf of the City of Huntington  

 

Sponsored by:  Councilwoman Joyce Clark

 

19.     Adjournment

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