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What's on the Agenda: Jan. 22 Smyrna City Council

The agenda includes the approval of hiring a new police chief and library director for the City of Smyrna.

1. Invocation & Pledge: Pastor Mike Parker of the Hurt Road Baptist Church

2. Agenda Changes

3. Mayor's Report

4. Land Issues/Zonings/Annexations:Please limit speaking time for citizens' input related to the following land issues/zonings/annexations to five minutes.

Public Hearing - Zoning Request Z12-009 - Modification of currently approved site plans and building elevations - 6.23 Acre Tract - Land Lots 620 and 677 - 4560 South Cobb Drive - Columbia Properties, Inc. Sponsors: Lnenicka

5. Privilege Licenses

6. Formal business:

Public Hearing - Charter Amendment - Ordinance #2012-23 Amending Section 6 (c)- Redistricting Plan of the Seven Wards of the City of Smyrna. Tabled from December 17th, 2012 meeting - To be voted on February 4, 2013 meeting

Appointment of Ward 2 Representative to Keep Smyrna Beautiful to fulfill a term to expire December 31, 2013. Sponsors: Blustein

Appointment of Ward 2 Representative to the Smyrna Hospital Authority for a term to expire May 2016. Sponsors: Blustein

Appointment of Board Member to Downtown Development Authority to fulfill a term to expire April 2013.

Approval of the hiring of a Library Director. Sponsors: Wilkinson

Approval of the hiring of a Chief of Police. Sponsors: Fennel

Approval of 2013 Commercial Sanitation Rates

Approval of Ordinance 2013-01 amending Article I, Chapter 86, Section 86-4 Service Rates - City of Smyrna Code of Ordinances

7. Commercial Building Permits

8. Consent Agenda:

Approval of January 7, 2013 Mayor and Council Meeting Minutes

Approval to use Council Chambers on January 17, 2013 from 6:00-10:00 pm for The Heritage of Vinings HOA Meeting in Ward 6. Sponsors: Lnenicka

Approval of Street Paving Projects List

9. Committee Reports

10. Show Cause Hearings

11. Citizen Input: Please limit speaking time for public comment to three minutes.

12. Adjournment

MS January 22, 2013 at 03:07 PM
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