PASCAGOULA CITY COUNCIL 
Regular Meeting - Tuesday, February 1, 2022 at 6 pm

 

1.

WELCOME AND CALL TO ORDER:

Mayor Jay Willis

2.

INVOCATION:

Ron Sheldon

3.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

Councilman Johnny Walker

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

6.

PUBLIC COMMENTS:

We're pleased to provide an opportunity at each meeting for comments by citizens, limited to 3 minutes of speaking time per speaker and no more than a total of 30 minutes.  The Public Comment section of the agenda is not a question and answer session.  The Mayor, Council and other administration officials will take all comments under advisement and may respond or take other potential action at a later time, if warranted.  

7.

PUBLIC HEARING - PROPERTY CLEANUP:

7.a.

Property Cleanup for Determination of Whether or not Property is to be Declared a Public Menace at 1503 Williams Street

Submitted By
Karen Kennedy
7.b.

Property Cleanup for Determination of Whether or not Property is to be Declared a Public Menace at 2314 Catalpa Avenue

Submitted By
Karen Kennedy
7.c.

Property Cleanup for Determination of Whether or not Property is to be Declared a Public Menace at 4921 Naquin Street

Submitted By
Karen Kennedy
Documents:
  1. 4921 Naquin.pdf
8.

CONSENT AGENDA:*

8.a.

Resolution Accepting Pascagoula Redevelopment Authority December 20, 2021 Minutes

Submitted By
Michael Silverman
8.b.

Resolution Advertising City Resources for Mardi Gras Parade 2022

Submitted By
Michael Silverman
8.c.

Resolution Appointing Pascagoula Representative to Gulf Regional Planning Commission

Submitted By
Michael Silverman
8.d.

Resolution Approving Butler Snow Fiscal Year 2021 Continuing Disclosure Engagement Letter

Submitted By
Michael Silverman
 
8.e.

Order Setting a Hearing to Determine if the Property Located at 3703 Burroughs Avenue is a Menace to Public Health, Safety and Welfare

Submitted By
Karen Kennedy
8.f.

Order Setting Hearing to Determine if Property Located at 2600 Old Mobile Highway is a Menace to Public Health and Safety

Submitted By
Carol Groen
8.g.

Order Setting a Hearing to Determine if the Property Located at 2503 Forrest Street is a Menace to Public Health, Safety and Welfare

Submitted By
Karen Kennedy
8.h.

Resolution Enrolling Liens on Properties Cleaned Pursuant to Mississippi Code Section 21-19-11

Submitted By
Carol Groen
8.i.

Resolution Approving Certificate of Substantial Completion for Lighthouse Park Improvements

Submitted By
Michael Silverman
9.

CITY MANAGER


9.a.

Open Burn Permit

Submitted By
Michael Silverman
 
9.b.

Resolution Approving Jackson County Memorial Park Road Improvements Quote

Budgeted Item
N/A
Submitted By
Michael Silverman
10.

CLAIMS DOCKET:

10.a.

DOCKET OF CLAIMS 020122

Budgeted Item
Yes
Submitted By
KRISTI SUMMERLIN
11.

MAYOR/COUNCIL ITEMS:


11.a.

Mayor Willis

11.b.

Councilman Gatchell

11.c.

Councilman Hyde

11.d.

Councilman Fornett

11.e.

Councilman Walker

11.f.

Councilman Parker

11.g.

Councilman Blythe

12.

EXECUTIVE SESSION:

Transaction of Business, Discussions re: Expansion of Business or Industry; Transaction of Business, Discussions re: Purchase or Sale of Land and Potential Litigation

13.

RECESS

Tuesday, February 15, 2022 at 6:00 p.m.

*.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.