A meeting of the Fayetteville City Council was held at 6 p.m. March 20 in room 219 of City Hall, 113 W. Mountain St.
Below is a brief overview of action taken at the meeting including links to PDF documents for each item.
Present: Brenda Boudreaux, Mark Kinion, Mayor Lioneld Jordan, Justin Tennant, Bobby Ferrell, Rhonda Adams, Sarah Lewis
Absent: Adella Gray, Matthew Petty
Presentations, Reports and Discussion Items
Nominating Committee member Bobby Ferrell presented the group’s recommended nominees for this quarter’s open board and commission seats. The following individuals were selected:
William Lyle – Advertising and Promotion Commission
Brian Hogue – Construction Board of Adjustments and Appeals
Joe Kieklak – Environmental Action Committee
Brenda Boudreaux – Fayetteville Public Library Board of Trustees
Susan Graham – Fayetteville Public Library Board of Trustees
David Proffitt – Parks and Recreation Advisory Board
Craig Honchell – Planning Commission
Porter Winston – Planning Commission
Ryan Noble – Planning Commission
Blake Pennington – Planning Commission
* No applications were received for open seats on the Animal Services Advisory Board, the Board of Adjustments, the Public Facilities Board and the Urban Forestry Advisory Board. Seats on the Civil Service Commission and Housing Authority Board of Adjustments were absent from the report, but are expected to be presented at the next City Council meeting.
All items on the Consent portion of the agenda passed unanimously including a resolution authorizing a $189,500 contract with Garver, LLC for engineering design services related to the Frisco Trail southern extension.
There was no Unfinished Business on the agenda.
A public hearing was held to discuss a resolution authorizing the city attorney to seek condemnation and possession of lands owned by Jey Investments, LTD., First State Bank, Benefit Bank, Alejandro Alban, Algis Martinez & Gina Alban, and Tim D. & Deeann B. Studebaker, needed for water and sewer relocations along State Highway 16. No public comment was offered.
Note: Following the hearing, this resolution was passed by the council 6-0.
There were four items on the New Business portion of the agenda including ordinances rezoning land on the north side of Martin Luther King Boulevard at the border between Fayetteville and Farmington and a portion of Abshier Heights behind Evelyn Hills Shopping Center.
New Business items
* Alderwoman Lewis recused herself in light of her involvement with this item.
March 20, 2012 final agenda