Pascagoula City Council
Regular Meeting - Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.


1.

WELCOME AND CALL TO ORDER:

Mayor Dane Maxwell
2.

INVOCATION:

Councilwoman Jennifer Colmer
3.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

Councilman Scott Tipton
4.

AMENDMENTS TO AGENDA:

Mayor

At-Large

 Ward 1

Ward 2

Ward 3

Ward 4

Ward 5

City Manager

City Attorney


5.

COMMUNITY RECOGNITION:

5.a.

Mayor's Youth Council

1.

Recognize Members in Attendance

6.

Business Spotlight

6.a.

Business Spotlight for Tony's Barber Shop

Budgeted Item
N/A
Submitted By
Frank Corder
7.

ADDRESS THE COUNCIL:

7.a.

Elected Official Stormwater Training

Allen Engineering will make a presentation to the Council to provide required Annual Stormwater Training for Elected Officials. The presentation will be brief and cover required elements of our plan as well as enforcement requirements. They will be available to answer questions related to the presentation
Budgeted Item
N/A
Submitted By
Jaci Turner
8.

PUBLIC HEARING - PROPERTY CLEANUP:

8.a.

Property Cleanup for Determination of Whether or not Property is to be Declared a Public Menace at Glacier Lot

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
Documents:
  1. Glacier Lot.pdf
8.b.

Property Cleanup for Determination of Whether or not Property is to be Declared a Public Menace at 3107 Glacier

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
Documents:
  1. 3107 Glacier.pdf
8.c.

Property Cleanup for Determination of Whether or not Property is to be Declared a Public Menace at 3116 Glacier

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
Documents:
  1. 3116 Glacier.pdf
8.d.

Property Cleanup for Determination of Whether or not Property is to be Declared a Public Menace at 2121 Seneca

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
Documents:
  1. 2121 Seneca.pdf
8.e.

Property Cleanup for Determination of Whether or not Property is to be Declared a Public Menace at 1714 Parsley

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
Documents:
  1. 1714 Parsley.pdf
8.f.

Property Cleanup for Determination of Whether of not Property is to be Declared a Public Menace at 2112 Seneca

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
Documents:
  1. 2112 Seneca.pdf
9.

CONSENT AGENDA:*

9.a.

Resolution Approving and Adopting City Council Minutes of January 30, 2018

Submitted By
Karen Kennedy
9.b.

Resolution Approving and Adopting City Council Minutes of February 6, 2018

Submitted By
Karen Kennedy
9.c.

Resolution Approving and Adopting City Council Minutes of February 20, 2018

Submitted By
Carol Groen
9.d.

Resolution Accepting November 29, 2017 Minutes of Historic Preservation Commission Meeting

Budgeted Item
N/A
Submitted By
Jen Dearman
9.e.

Order Setting a Hearing to Determine if the Property Located at 705 McKinley Avenue is a Menace to Public Health and Safety

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
9.f.

Order Setting a Hearing to Determine if the Property Located at 4409 McArthur Street is a Menace to Public Health and Safety

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
9.g.

Order Setting a Hearing to Determine if the Property Located at 2522 Jefferson Street is a Menace to Public Health and Safety

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
9.h.

Order Setting a Hearing to Determine if the Property Located at 1921 24th Street is a Menace to Public Health and Safety

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
9.i.

Order Setting a Hearing to Determine if the Property Located at 1919 24th Street is a Menace to Public Health and Safety

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
9.j.

Order Setting a Hearing to Determine if the Property Located at 1813 Resca De La Palma is a Menace to the Public Health and Safety

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
9.k.

Order Setting a Hearing to Determine if the Property Located at 1611 Ingalls Avenue is a Menace to Public Health and Safety

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
9.l.

Order Authorizing the Disposal of Abandoned Bicycles

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
9.m.

Ordinance to Amend Section 34-5 of the Code of Ordinance to Include E-Cigarettes

Budgeted Item
N/A
Submitted By
Frank Corder
9.n.

Ordinance to Amend Article II. Machpelah Cemetery

Budgeted Item
N/A
Submitted By
Karen Kennedy
9.o.

Resolution Ratifying Correspondence Regarding Property Owners and Homeless Camps

Budgeted Item
N/A
Submitted By
Frank Corder
9.p.

Resolution Approving CDBG FY16 Public Services Agreement with the Salvation Army

Budgeted Item
Yes
Submitted By
Jen Dearman
9.q.

Resolution Approving Renewal of Fleet and Boat Insurance with Lemon Mohler

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
9.r.

Resolution Approving Professional Services Agreement with Garner Russell and Associates

Budgeted Item
No
Submitted By
Darcie Crew
9.s.

Resolution Authorizing the Advertising and Receiving of RFPs for Commercial Property Insurance

Budgeted Item
Yes
Submitted By
Frank Corder
9.t.

Resolution Accepting and Adopting State Treasurer's Award of City Depository for 2018 through 2020

Submitted By
Frank Corder
9.u.

Resolution Authorizing Advertising for Proposals for a Concession Vendor at Beach Park

Budgeted Item
N/A
Submitted By
Darcie Crew
9.v.

Resolution Authorizing Advertising for Bids for a Portable Stage System

Budgeted Item
Yes
Submitted By
Darcie Crew
9.w.

Resolution Authorizing Notice Be Sent to Waste Pro of Intent Not to Renew Contract

Budgeted Item
N/A
Submitted By
Frank Corder
10.

CITY MANAGER/CITY ATTORNEY:

11.

PARKS AND RECREATION:

11.a.

Lighthouse Park Conceptual Design

Discuss the concept plan for improvements to Lighthouse Park. 
Budgeted Item
Yes
Submitted By
Darcie Crew
12.

PLANNING AND BUILDING:

12.a.

Adopt the 2018 Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance to include the Repeal of previous Flood Damage Prevention Ordinances.

City Manager Approval
Pascagoula
City Attorney Approval
Pascagoula
Budgeted Item
N/A
Submitted By
Donovan Scruggs
13.

CLAIMS DOCKET:

13.a.

DOCKET OF CLAIMS 030618

Approve Order for Docket of Claims.
Budgeted Item
Yes
Submitted By
Karen Pittman
14.

MAYOR/COUNCIL ITEMS

a. Mayor

b. At-Large

c. Ward 1

d. Ward 2

e.  Ward 3

f.  Ward 4

g. Ward 5
15.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Litigation, Potential Litigation and Prospective Purchase of Land
Submitted By
Ryan Frederic
16.

RECESS:

Recess to March 20, 2018
*.Consent Agenda - All matters listed under Consent Agenda, are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion. There will not be a separate discussion of these items. If discussion is desired, that item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and will be considered separately.