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Notices Atlanta City Council and Committees Log in Help Register Print This Page Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting 8/19/2019 1:00 PM Downloads: Agenda Agenda Packet Video
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Call to Order B. Roll Call Roll Call C. Adoption of Agenda D. Invocation E. Pledge of Allegiance F. Proclamations, Commendations and Other Special Awards 1. 19-P-0064 : In Honor of Clippers and Cops Recognition Printout a. Proclamation - Clippers Cops 2. 19-P-0065 : In Recognition of A Cappella Books 30th Anniversary Recognition Printout a. A Cappella Books.081919 3. 19-P-0066 : In Recognition of Pontius Poncho Gay Recognition Printout a. Proclamation - Pontius Poncho Gay 4. 19-P-0067 : In Recognition of William Coach Wink Fulton Jr. Recognition Printout a. Coach Wink Proclamation G. Remarks by the Public 1. Jerry Mayer Jackson 2. Henri Jordan 3. Margie Mcleod 4. Kosha Tucker 5. Prophet Curtis Hairston 6. Demetrius Allen 7. Bernadette Allen 8. R 9. Maisha Land 10. Wondwosen 11. George Chidi 12. Nathaniel Ferrior 13. Devin Barrington-Ward 14. Tiffany Roberts 15. Xochite Barrea 16. Marilynn Winn 17. James Davenport 18. Ron Shakir- (4 min.) 19. Nima Daivari- (2 min.) 20. Manssa Dodson 21. Dasheka Ruffin 22. Jill Cartwright 23. Quincy Cradennie 24. Kaylynn Toomy 25. Deborah Scott- (4 min.) 26. Moki Macias 27. Mary Hooks - (2-min) 28. Gabrielle Scott H. Report of the Journal I. Communications 1. 19-C-0094 : A COMMUNICATION FROM COUNCILMEMBERS DUSTIN HILLIS, DISTRICT 9, ANDREA BOONE, DISTRICT 10, MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET, DISTRICT 11, JOYCE SHEPERD, DISTRICT 12 AND ANDRE DICKENS, POST 3 AT-LARGE TO PRESIDENT FELICIA MOORE AND ALL MEMBERS OF COUNCIL, APPOINTING MS. SAGIRAH JONES TO THE ATLANTA BELTLINE TAX ALLOCATION DISTRICT (TAD) ADVISORY COMMITTEE. THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF TWO (2) YEARS. Referred to Committee [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - Beltline TADAC - Sagirah Jones b. Sagirah Jones Resume 2. 19-C-0095 : A COMMUNICATION FROM DEBBIE SKOPCZYNSKI, PRESIDENT, ATLANTA PLANNING ADVISORY BOARD (APAB), SUBMITTING THE APPOINTMENT OF MR. KENNETH WILKINSON TO SERVE AS A MEMBER OF THE ATLANTA BELTLINE TAX ALLOCATION DISTRICT (TAD) ADVISORY COMMITTEE. THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF TWO (2) YEARS. Referred to Committee [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - Beltline TADAC - Kenneth Wilkinson Marguerite Lane b. Kenneth Wilkinson Resume 3. 19-C-0096 : A COMMUNICATION FROM DEBBIE SKOPCZYNSKI, PRESIDENT, ATLANTA PLANNING ADVISORY BOARD (APAB), SUBMITTING THE APPOINTMENT OF MS. MARGUERITE LANE TO SERVE AS A MEMBER OF THE ATLANTA BELTLINE TAX ALLOCATION DISTRICT (TAD) ADVISORY COMMITTEE. THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF TWO (2) YEARS. Referred to Committee [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - Beltline TADAC - Kenneth Wilkinson Marguerite Lane b. Marguerite Lane Resume 4. 19-C-0097 : A COMMUNICATION FROM DEBBIE SKOPCZYNSKI, PRESIDENT, ATLANTA PLANNING ADVISORY BOARD (APAB), SUBMITTING THE APPOINTMENT OF MR. DONALD PENOVI TO SERVE AS A MEMBER OF THE ATLANTA BELTLINE TAX ALLOCATION DISTRICT (TAD) ADVISORY COMMITTEE. THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF TWO (2) YEARS. Referred to Committee [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - Beltline TADAC - Donald Penovi b. Donald Penovi Resume 5. 19-C-0098 : A COMMUNICATION FROM MAYOR KEISHA LANCE BOTTOMS APPOINTING MS. DELORES LATTIMORE TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION ON AGING. THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF FOUR (4) YEARS. Referred to Committee [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - Commission on Aging - Delores Lattimore b. Delores Lattimore Resume 6. 19-C-0099 : A COMMUNICATION FROM MAYOR KEISHA LANCE BOTTOMS APPOINTING FULTON COUNTY COMMISSIONER MR. LEE MORRIS TO SERVE AS A MEMBER OF THE ATLANTA DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS (D.B.A. INVEST ATLANTA). THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF FOUR (4) YEARS. Referred to Committee [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - ADA - Invest Atlanta - Lee Morris 7. 19-C-0100 : A COMMUNICATION FROM MAYOR KEISHA LANCE BOTTOMS APPOINTING MR. STEWART WILLIAMS TO SERVE AS A MEMBER OF THE ATLANTA COMMISSION ON VETERANS AFFAIRS. THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF TWO (2) YEARS. Referred to Committee [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - Commission on Veterans Affairs - Stewart Williams b. Stewart Williams Resume 8. 19-C-0101 : A COMMUNICATION FROM COUNCIL MEMBERS NATALYN ARCHIBONG, DISTRICT 5, JENNIFER IDE, DISTRICT 6, HOWARD SHOOK, DISTRICT 7, J.P. MATZIGKEIT, DISTRICT 8, AND MATT WESTMORELAND, POST 2 AT-LARGE TO PRESIDENT FELICIA MOORE AND ALL MEMBERS OF COUNCIL, REAPPOINTING MR. G. BOYD LEAKE TO SERVE AS A MEMBER OF THE KEEP ATLANTA BEAUTIFUL COMMISSION. THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF TWO (2) YEARS TO BEGIN RETROACTIVELY ON JULY 6, 2019 AND EXPIRE JUNE 5, 2021. Referred to Committee [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - KAB - Boyd Leake 08012019 b. Boyd Leake Bio 9. 19-C-0102 : A COMMUNICATION FROM CLYDE HIGGS, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF ATLANTA BELTLINE INC., SUBMITTING THE ATLANTA BELTLINE INC.'S NOMINATION OF MR. STEPHEN CAUSBY TO SERVE AS A MEMBER OF THE ATLANTA BELTLINE DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE IN THE CATEGORY OF URBAN PLANNER. THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF TWO (2) YEARS. COUNCIL CONFIRMATION BY RESOLUTION IS REQUIRED. Accepted and Filed [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - Beltline DRC - Stephen Causby Kristen Halloran b. Stephen Causby Resume 10. 19-C-0103 : A COMMUNICATION FROM CLYDE HIGGS, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF ATLANTA BELTLINE INC., SUBMITTING THE ATLANTA BELTLINE INC.'S NOMINATION OF MS. KRISTEN HALLORAN TO SERVE AS A MEMBER OF THE ATLANTA BELTLINE DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE IN THE CATEGORY OF ATLANTA BELTLINE TAX ALLOCATION DISTRICT ADVISORY COMMITTEE DESIGNEE. THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF TWO (2) YEARS. COUNCIL CONFIRMATION BY RESOLUTION IS REQUIRED. Accepted and Filed [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - Beltline DRC - Stephen Causby Kristen Halloran b. Kristin Halloran Resume 11. 19-C-0104 : A COMMUNICATION FROM CHIEF PROCUREMENT OFFICER DAVID L. WILSON, II SUBMITTING THE AUGUST 05, 2019 THROUGH AUGUST 09, 2019 WEEKLY CONTRACTS REPORT TO THE ATLANTA CITY COUNCIL AND CLERK OF COUNCIL PURSUANT TO SECTION 2-1142 OF THE ATLANTA CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES. Accepted and Filed [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Council Report as of 8-12-19 J. Consideration of Vetoed Legislation K. Unfinished Business L. Consent Agenda SECTION I ORDINANCE(S) FOR SECOND READING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE 1. 19-O-1101 : CDP-19-015 AN ORDINANCE BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE LAND USE ELEMENT OF THE 2016 ATLANTA COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN (CDP) SO AS TO REDESIGNATE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1015 BOULEVARD SE FROM THE INDUSTRIAL LAND USE DESIGNATION TO MIXED-USE HIGH DENSITY LAND USE DESIGNATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Z-19-001) NPU-W COUNCIL DISTRICT 1 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. CDP-19-015 Legislation and BB b. Impact Statement CDP-19-015 (Companion of Z-19-001) 2. 19-O-1315 : CDP-19-27 AN ORDINANCE BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE LAND USE ELEMENT OF THE 2016 ATLANTA COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN (CDP) SO AS TO REDESIGNATE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 115 MAYSON AVENUE, N.E. AND 127 MAYSON AVENUE, N.E. FROM THE LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL 0-8 UNITS PER ACRE (LDR 0-8) LAND USE DESIGNATION TO MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (MDR) LAND USE DESIGNATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Z-19-027) NPU-O COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. CDP-19-027 Mayson Legislation_final 3. 19-O-1318 : CDP-19-30 AN ORDINANCE BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE LAND USE ELEMENT OF THE 2016 ATLANTA COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN (CDP) SO AS TO REDESIGNATE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2184 AND 2194 MARIETTA BOULEVARD, N.W. AND 1703 CHATTAHOOCHEE AVENUE FROM THE INDUSTRIAL (I) LAND USE DESIGNATION TO MIXED USE MEDIUM DENSITY (MU-MD) LAND USE DESIGNATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Z-19-032) NPU-D COUNCIL DISTRICT 9 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. CDP-19-030 2184 2194 Marietta Blvd and 1703 Chattahoochee Ave legislation_final 4. 19-O-1319 : CDP-19-31 AN ORDINANCE BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE LAND USE ELEMENT OF THE 2016 ATLANTA COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN (CDP) SO AS TO REDESIGNATE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1449 MACKLONE STREET, N.E., 1453 MACKLONE STREET, N.E. AND 1457 MACKLONE STREET, N.E. FROM THE LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL 0-8 UNITS PER ACRE (LDR 0-8) LAND USE DESIGNATION TO MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (MDR) LAND USE DESIGNATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Z-19-039) NPU-O COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. CDP-19-031 1449 1453 1457 Macklone Street Legislation final 5. 19-O-1320 : CDP-19-32 AN ORDINANCE BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE LAND USE ELEMENT OF THE 2016 ATLANTA COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN (CDP) SO AS TO REDESIGNATE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1456 MACKLONE STREET, N.E. FROM THE LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL 0-8 UNITS PER ACRE (LDR 0-8) LAND USE DESIGNATION TO MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (MDR) LAND USE DESIGNATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Z-19-040) NPU-O COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. CDP-19-032 1456 Macklone Street legislation_final 6. 19-O-1322 : CDP-19-34 AN ORDINANCE BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE LAND USE ELEMENT OF THE 2016 ATLANTA COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN (CDP) SO AS TO REDESIGNATE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 551 LINDSAY STREET, N.W. FROM THE LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (LDR) LAND USE DESIGNATION TO MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (MDR) LAND USE DESIGNATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Z-19-047) NPU-L COUNCIL DISTRICT 3 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. CDP-19-034 551 Lindsay Street legislation_final 7. 19-O-1433 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS J. P. MATZIGKEIT AND HOWARD SHOOK CALLING FOR A MORATORIUM ON THE ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS OR LAND DISTURBANCE PERMITS FOR ANY NON CONFORMING LOTS OF RECORD THAT ARE LAND-LOCKED OR HAVE NO STREET FRONTAGE FOR 90 DAYS TO ALLOW THE DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING TO CONDUCT A FULL INVENTORY OF SAID NON-CONFORMING, LAND-LOCKED LOTS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 90 day Moratorium Building or Land Disturbance Permits for NonConforming Lots that are LandLocked PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE 8. 19-O-1426 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER DUSTIN HILLIS TO AMEND THE ATLANTA HOUSING CODE OF 1987, ARTICLE I, SECTION 6, DEFINITIONS, SO AS TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF JUNKED VEHICLE IN REFERENCE TO WHAT ITEMS ARE INCLUDED IN THE DEFINITION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 13 AMEND ATLANTA HOUSING CODE JUNKED VEHICLE 9. 19-O-1428 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER ANDREA L. BOONE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR, ON BEHALF OF THE MUNICIPAL COURT OF ATLANTA, TO AMEND THE FY2020 INTERGOVERNMENTAL FUND BUDGET, IN THE AMOUNT OF ONE HUNDRED TWENTY SIX THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED EIGHTY DOLLARS ( 126,980), TO ANTICIPATE AND APPROPRIATE GRANT FUNDS FROM THE GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES ( DBHDD ) FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONTINUING CLINICAL ASSESSMENT SERVICES FOR CRIMINAL DEFENDANT PARTICIPANTS IN THE COMMUNITY COURT DIVISION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 9 AMEND FY 20 IGA TO CONTINUE CLINICAL ASSESSMENT SERVICES TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE 10. 19-O-1395 : AN ORDINANCE BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ACCEPT A GRANT FROM THE GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR RESURFACING AND RELATED ACTIVITIES; TO AMEND THE FISCAL YEAR 2019 (INTERGOVERNMENTAL GRANT FUND) BUDGET BY ADDING TO ANTICIPATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS THE AMOUNT OF FIVE MILLION DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 5,000,000.00) ON BEHALF OF THE RENEW ATLANTA BOND PROGRAM; TO ENTER INTO AGREEMENT(S) WITH THE GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF GRANT ACCEPTANCE AND PARTICIPATION; TO WAIVE SECTION 2-910 OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Complete Package - GDOT Grant Street Resurfacing 5M 11. 19-O-1417 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER AMIR R. FAROKHI AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO MAKE THE INTERSECTION OF OAKDALE ROAD AND IVERSON STREET A FOUR-WAY STOP CONTROLLED INTERSECTION; TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS TO INSTALL STOP SIGNS AT THE INTERSECTION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Oakdale Iverson Ordinance 12. 19-O-1429 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS CARLA SMITH, DUSTIN HILLIS, ANDRE DICKENS, AMIR R. FAROKI, ANTONIO BROWN, CLETA WINSLOW, HOWARD SHOOK, ANDREA L. BOONE, MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET MICHAEL JULIAN BOND, MATT WESTMORLAND AND JOYCE SHEPERD TO AMEND CHAPTER 150, (TRAFFIC AND VEHICLES), OF THE ATLANTA CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES TO REPEAL THE AUTHORIZATION GRANTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING TO ISSUE SHARABLE DOCKLESS MOBILITY DEVICE PERMITS; TO ALLOW FOR CURRENT PERMIT HOLDERS TO CONTINUE OPERATIONS UNTIL THE EXPIRATION OF THEIR PERMITS ISSUED PRIOR TO THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 26 AMENDING CHAPTER 150 TRAFFIC AND VEHICLES FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 13. 19-O-1401 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO RETROACTIVELY EXERCISE ITS OPTION TO ENTER INTO RENEWAL NO. 1 TO FC-7216, NATURAL GAS SUPPORT SERVICES AGREEMENT, BETWEEN THE CITY OF ATLANTA AND THE GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION, ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ENTERPRISE ASSETS MANAGEMENT, BEGINNING JUNE 11, 2019 THROUGH JUNE 10, 2020; TO WAIVE ARTICLE X OF THE PROCUREMENT CODE OF ORDINANCES; ALL FUNDS TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. FC-7216, Natural Gas Support Services with GMA 14. 19-O-1402 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO RENEWAL NO. 1 FOR FC-9316, IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT TOOL WITH WORKIVA, INC., ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATERSHED MANAGEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED ONE HUNDRED FORTY-THREE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 143,300.00); TO WAIVE ARTICLE X, PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES; ALL CONTRACTED WORK WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM THE FUND, DEPARTMENT, ORGANIZATION AND ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. ELMS - FC-9316 Renewal No. 1 Ordinance 15. 19-O-1404 : AN AMENDED ORDINANCE BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA ( CITY ), TO EXECUTE ALL APPROPRIATE DOCUMENTS TO GRANT AN EASEMENT LOCATED IN LAND LOTS 190 AND 225 OF THE 17th DISTRICT FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA TAX PARCEL ID 17-0190 LL0153, GEORGIA TAX PARCEL ID 17-0190LL0211 AND GEORGIA TAX PARCEL ID 17-0225LL0346 TO GEORGIA POWER COMPANY FOR THE PURPOSES OF MAKING TRANSMISSION LINE IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE BELLWOOD WATER STORAGE NORTHSIDE DRIVE 115KV TRANSMISSION LINE; WAIVING SECTIONS 2-1571 AND 2-1572 OF THE PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted as Amended By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout b. BELLWOOD - Substation and Transmission Easement - EXHIBIT A c. 19-O-1404 Amendment Form 16. 19-O-1405 : AN AMENDED ORDINANCE BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA ( CITY ), TO EXECUTE ALL APPROPRIATE DOCUMENTS TO GRANT AN EASEMENT LOCATED IN LAND LOTS 190 AND 225 OF THE 17th DISTRICT FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA TAX PARCEL ID 17-0190 LL0153, GEORGIA TAX PARCEL ID 17-0190LL0211 AND GEORGIA TAX PARCEL ID 17-0225LL0346 TO GEORGIA POWER COMPANY FOR THE PURPOSES OF CONSTRUCTING THE GEORGIA POWER COMPANY ATLANTA WATER STORAGE LOIS STREET 115KV SUBSTATION AT THE WEST SIDE PARK AT BELLWOOD QUARRY; WAIVING SECTIONS 2-1571 AND 2-1572 OF THE PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted as Amended By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout b. BELLWOOD - Substation and Transmission Easement - EXHIBIT A c. 19-O-1405 Amendment Form 17. 19-O-1410 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER NATALYN M. ARCHIBONG AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 30,000.00), FROM THE COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 CARRY FORWARD ACCOUNT TO THE COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT TO CONTINUE SERVING THE ATLANTA COMMUNITY FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 3 30,000.00 TRANSFER FROM DIST 5 18. 19-O-1411 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER CARLA SMITH AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 5,000.00), FROM THE COUNCIL DISTRICT 1 CARRY FORWARD ACCOUNT TO THE COUNCIL DISTRICT 1 DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT TO CONTINUE SERVING THE ATLANTA COMMUNITY FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 28 DIST 1 TRANSFER OF 5,000.00 19. 19-O-1412 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER ANTONIO BROWN AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 25,000.00) FROM THE COUNCIL DISTRICT 3 CARRY FORWARD ACCOUNT TO THE COUNCIL DISTRICT 3 DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT TO CONTINUE SERVING THE ATLANTA COMMUNITY FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout 20. 19-O-1413 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER ANDREA L. BOONE AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 5,000.00), FROM THE COUNCIL DISTRICT 10 CARRY FORWARD ACCOUNT TO THE COUNCIL DISTRICT 10 DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT TO CONTINUE SERVING THE ATLANTA COMMUNITY FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 10 TRANSFER OF 5,000.00 DIST 10. 21. 19-O-1414 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 10,000.00), FROM THE COUNCIL DISTRICT 11 CARRY FORWARD ACCOUNT TO THE COUNCIL DISTRICT 11 DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT TO CONTINUE SERVING THE ATLANTA COMMUNITY FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 19 DIST 11 TRANSFER OF 10,000.00 22. 19-O-1415 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER ANDRE DICKENS AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 10,000.00), FROM THE POST 3 AT-LARGE CARRY FORWARD ACCOUNT TO THE POST 3 AT-LARGE DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT TO CONTINUE SERVING THE ATLANTA COMMUNITY FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 14 POST 3 TRANSFER OF 10,000.00 23. 19-O-1423 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER JENNIFER N. IDE TO AUTHORIZE THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO AMEND THE FY2020 OPERATING BUDGET BY TRANSFERRING APPROPRIATIONS FROM THE GENERAL FUND BUDGET, IN THE AMOUNT OF SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 600,000.00), THE WATER WASTEWATER REVENUE FUND BUDGET, IN THE AMOUNT OF ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 100,000.00), AND THE AIRPORT REVENUE FUND BUDGET, IN THE AMOUNT OF ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 100,000.00) AND ADDING APPROPRIATIONS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ETHICS AND INDEPENDENT COMPLIANCE; AND TO AUTHORIZE THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO CREATE THE APPROPRIATE DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONS AND ACCOUNTS TO SUPPORT THE OFFICE OF INDEPENDENT COMPLIANCE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 4 CFO TO TRANSFER 600,000.00 24. 19-O-1424 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER CLETA WINSLOW AUTHORIZING A DONATION, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED ONE HUNDRED FIFTY DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 150.00), FROM THE DISTRICT 4 CARRY FORWARD ACCOUNT TO PARK PRIDE, INC., TO SUPPORT THEIR GREEN TIE GALA; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 32 DIST 4 DONATION OF 150.00FOR GREEN TIE GALA 25. 19-O-1425 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER JOYCE M. SHEPERD AS AMENDED BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 10,000.00) FROM THE COUNCIL DISTRICT 12 CARRY FORWARD ACCOUNT TO THE COUNCIL DISTRICT 12 DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT TO CONTINUE SERVING THE ATLANTA COMMUNITY FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted as Amended By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 48 DIST 12 TRANSFER OF 10,000.00 c. 19-O-1425 (Amendment Form) 26. 19-O-1427 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER DUSTIN HILLIS AUTHORIZING A DONATION, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 100.00), FROM THE COUNCIL DISTRICT 9 CARRY FORWARD ACCOUNT TO THE COLLIER HEIGHTS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION FOR NATIONAL NIGHT OUT CELEBRATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 11 DONATION OF 100.00 FROM DIST 9 TO NATIONAL NIGHT OUT 27. 19-O-1434 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER HOWARD SHOOK AS SUBSTITUTED BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENTING THE RESTATED AND AMENDED MASTER BOND ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, ADOPTED ON MARCH 20, 2000 (99-O-1896), AS PREVIOUSLY AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED, PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE BY THE CITY OF ATLANTA OF ITS AIRPORT GENERAL REVENUE REFUNDING BONDS AND ITS AIRPORT PASSENGER FACILITY CHARGE AND SUBORDINATE LIEN GENERAL REVENUE REFUNDING BONDS IN THE COMBINED AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED 328,350,000, COMPRISED OF: CITY OF ATLANTA AIRPORT GENERAL REVENUE REFUNDING BONDS, SERIES 2019E (NON-AMT) (THE SERIES 2019E BONDS ) AND CITY OF ATLANTA AIRPORT PASSENGER FACILITY CHARGE AND SUBORDINATE LIEN GENERAL REVENUE REFUNDING BONDS, SERIES 2019F (NON-AMT) (THE SERIES 2019F BONDS AND, TOGETHER WITH THE SERIES 2019E BONDS, THE SERIES 2019 REFUNDING BONDS ), PROVIDING FUNDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF, AMONG OTHER THINGS, REFUNDING AND REDEEMING ALL OR A PORTION OF THE OUTSTANDING SERIES 2010A BONDS AND SERIES 2010B BONDS, AS FURTHER DESCRIBED HEREIN (THE REFUNDED BONDS ); PRO VIDING FOR A REASONABLY REQUIRED DEBT SERVICE RESERVE; PROVIDING FOR THE FORMS AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF SAID SERIES 2019 REFUNDING BONDS; PROVIDING FOR THE RIGHTS OF THE HOLDERS OF SAID SERIES 2019 REFUNDING BONDS; AUTHORIZING AND APPROVING THE Adopted on Substitute By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 43 COA General Revenue Refunding Bonds 328,350,000 28. 19-O-1435 has been moved to Report of Standing Committees.FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 29. 19-O-1436 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER CLETA WINSLOW AS AMENDED BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WAIVING CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE X, SECTION 2-1332(A) OF THE PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES TO AUTHORIZE THE DONATION OF FOUR (4) PREVIOUSLY USED COMPUTERS TO THE OAKLAND CITY RECREATION CENTER; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted as Amended By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 36 WAIVING CHAPTER 2 ARTICLE X SECTION 2-1332 c. 19-O-1436 (Amendment Form) CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE 30. 19-O-1406 : AN ORDINANCE BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA ( CITY ), TO ACCEPT THE DONATION OF AN EASEMENT FROM THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA FOR THE PURPOSE OF ALLOWING THE CITY TO CONSTRUCT, INSTALL, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN WATER LINES AND WATER METERS FOR THE CAMPUS CENTER AT THE GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY; TO AUTHORIZE THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY, TO EXECUTE AN EASEMENT AGREEMENT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout RESOLUTION(S) COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE 1. 19-R-3955 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER CARLA SMITH AUTHORIZING THE ATLANTA-FULTON COUNTY RECREATION AUTHORITY ( AFCRA ) ON BEHALF OF THE STADIUM NEIGHBORHOODS COMMUNITY TRUST FUND ( SNCTF ) COMMITTEE TO AWARD GRANTS IN A TOTAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED 267,265.00 (TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVEN THOUSAND, TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS) TO FUND VARIOUS COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS TO BENEFIT THE ATLANTA NEIGHBORHOODS OF MECHANICSVILLE, PEOPLESTOWN, PTTSBURGH, SUMMERHILL AND GRANT PARK; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. 27 AFCRA TO AWARD A GRANT TO FUND VARIOUS COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS b. Exhibit A- Grant Proposals 2. 19-R-3957 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER ANDRE DICKENS DIRECTING THE COMMISSIONER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING TO REVIEW AND EXPEDITE THE PERMITTING PROCESS FOR NEW AND EXISTING DEVELOPMENTS WITH A MINIMUM OF 10 OF UNITS AT OR BELOW THE HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT HOUSING AFFORDABILITY RATE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 3. 19-R-3960 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBERS MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET, MICHAEL JULIAN BOND AND ANDREA L. BOONE DIRECTING THE COMMISSIONER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION TO ESTABLISH A PROTOCOL TO REQUIRE THAT ALL SENIORS ARE CHARGED AN EQUITABLE FEE TO PARTICIPATE IN RECREATION PROGRAMS OFFERED AT RECREATION CENTERS THROUGHOUT THE CITY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. 47 COMMISSION OF DOP TO ESTABLISH PROTOCOL FOR SENIORS FEE TO PARTICIPATE IN RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS 4. 19-R-4324 : A RESOLUTION BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ENTER INTO FC-1190736, ADAMSVILLE GATEWAY MONUMENT AT I-285 WITH ODELEYE SCULPTURE STUDIOS LLC, PURSUANT TO SECTION 2-1191.1 OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES TO CREATE A STAINLESS-STEEL SCULPTURE DEPICTING THE HISTORY AND CULTURE OF ATLANTA AND ITS INTERNATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE, TO BE LOCATED ON THE NEWLY LANDSCAPED AREA OF MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. (MLK) DRIVE BETWEEN I-285 AND THE NORTH EXIT RAMP, ON BEHALF OF THE RENEW ATLANTA BOND PROGRAM, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 250,000.00) ; TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM FUND, DEPARTMENT, ORGANIZATION AND ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Complete Package - Adamsville Gateway MLK Art 5. 19-R-4328 : ***AN AMENDED RESOLUTION BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE SUPERSEDING RESOLUTIONS 19-R-3455 AND 19-R-3449 ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL ON MAY 6, 2019 AND TO AUTHORIZE THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA ( CITY ) TO ENTER INTO FC 1190626 COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH MOSAIC COMMUNITY PLANNING LLC, UTILIZING SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CA NO. 621-19-PO, FIVE 5 YEAR CONSOLIDATED PLAN 2020-2024 AND 2020 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN AND FAIR HOUSING ASSESSMENT; FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND EXECUTION OF THE PLANS FOR THE US DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ( HUD ), ENTITLEMENT FUNDS; COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT ( CDBG ), EMERGENCY SERVICES GRANT ( ESG ), HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM ( HOME ), AND HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS WITH AIDS ( HOPWA ), PROGRAMS ON BEHALF OF THE CITY S DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, THE OFFICE OF GRANTS MANAGEMENT, AND TO ADD FUNDING IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED NINETY SEVEN THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED FORTY FIVE DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 97,445.00); ALL CONTRACTED WORK SHALL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNTS LISTED; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted as Amended By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Amendment form 19-R-4328 b. Amendment form 19-R-4328 PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE 6. 19-R-3946 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBERS JOYCE M. SHEPERD AND DUSTIN HILLIS TO EXTEND THE CODE ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION UNTIL JUNE 30, 2021; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. 30 EXTENDING THE CONDE ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION 7. 19-R-4312 : A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE RE-EMPLOYMENT OF CITY OF ATLANTA RETIREE, BEN MCGEE IN THE POSITION OF POLICE CHIEF OF STAFF, IN THE POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR COMPENSATION NOT TO EXCEED ONE HUNDRED FIVE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED THIRTY-EIGHT DOLLARS AND FIFTY-EIGHT CENTS ( 105,538.58) PURSUANT TO SECTION 3-505(a) OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. ELMS packet rememployment of Ben McGee 8. 19-R-4313 : A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ACCEPT, ON BEHALF OF THE ATLANTA POLICE DEPARTMENT, THE DONATION FROM THE ATLANTA POLICE FOUNDATION OF 300 AXON BODY WORN CAMERAS VALUED AT FOUR HUNDRED SEVENTY THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 470,100.00); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. ELMS packet of foundatin BWC donation 9. 19-R-4314 : A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE ATLANTA POLICE DEPARTMENT, TO APPLY FOR AND ACCEPT THE 2019 BODY-WORN CAMERA POLICY AND IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM TO SUPPORT LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES FROM THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, BUREAU OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS, AND BUREAU OF JUSTICE ASSISTANCE, IN THE AMOUNT OF UP TO THREE MILLION DOLLARS ( 3,000,000), WITH NO MATCHING FUNDS, FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROMOTING THE SAFETY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS AND CITIZENS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. ELMS packet of applyaccept bwc grant b. BWC19 10. 19-R-4315 : A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ACCEPT ON BEHALF OF THE ATLANTA POLICE DEPARTMENT THE DONATION FROM THE ATLANTA POLICE FOUNDATION OF SIX LIGHT WEIGHT MOBILE SURVEILLANCE TRAILERS VALUED AT ONE HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 150,000.00); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. ELMS packet of Foundation surveillance trailer donation 11. 19-R-4316 : A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF LEON ADKINS v. CITY OF ATLANTA, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 18EV001687 IN THE FULTON COUNTY STATE COURT, STATE OF GEORGIA, IN THE AMOUNT OF FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 50,000.00) ( THE SETTLEMENT AMOUNT ), AUTHORIZING PAYMENT OF 50,000.00 TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM FUND 1001 (GENERAL FUND), CENTER NUMBER 200101 (NON-DEPARTMENTAL), ACCOUNT 5212005 (LITIGATION EXPENSES), and FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITY NUMBER 1512000 (ACCOUNTING) AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO DISTRIBUTE THE SETTLEMENT AMOUNT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. LEON ADKINS - Settlement Resolution 12. 19-R-4317 : A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF RODERICK ARNOLD VS. CITY OF ATLANTA, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 2018CV308158, FULTON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT, IN THE AMOUNT OF 8,500.00; AUTHORIZING SAID AMOUNT TO BE PAID FROM 5051 (WATER WASTEWATER REVENUE FUND) 200301 (NDP UNALLOCATED CITYWIDE EMPLOYEE EXPENSES) 5212005 (LITIGATION EXP) AND 1540000 (HUMAN RESOURCES); AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO DISTRIBUTE THE TOTAL SETTLEMENT AMOUNT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. ARNOLD Settlement Resolution (003) 13. 19-R-4318 : A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF PARKER LEWTON VS. CITY OF ATLANTA, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 19MS120710, FULTON COUNTY STATE COURT, IN THE AMOUNT OF 1,677.96; AUTHORIZING SAID AMOUNT TO BE PAID FROM 1001 (GENERAL FUND) CENTER NUMBER 200101 (NON-DEPARTMENTAL) ACCOUNT 5212005 (LITIGATION EXPENSES); AND 1512000 (FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITY NUMBER); AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO DISTRIBUTE THE TOTAL SETTLEMENT AMOUNT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. LEWTON Settlement Resolution (002) 14. 19-R-4319 : A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE NEGOTIATION AND SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF KENYA SHAFFER VS. CITY OF ATLANTA, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 17EV002411, FULTON COUNTY STATE COURT, IN THE AMOUNT OF 4,500.00 UPON REACHING MUTUALLY AGREEABLE SETTLEMENT TERMS; AUTHORIZING SAID AMOUNT TO BE PAID FROM 1001 (GENERAL FUND) CENTER NUMBER 200101 (NON-DEPARTMENTAL) ACCOUNT 5212005 (LITIGATION EXPENSES); AND 1512000 (FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITY NUMBER); AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO DISTRIBUTE THE TOTAL SETTLEMENT AMOUNT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. SHAFFER Settlement Resolution 15. 19-R-4320 : A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF ANDREW ABERNATHY VS. CITY OF ATLANTA, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 19EV001358, FULTON COUNTY STATE COURT, IN THE AMOUNT OF 50,000.00; AUTHORIZING SAID AMOUNT TO BE PAID FROM 5051 (WATER WASTEWATER REVENUE FUND) 200301 (NDP UNALLOCATED CITYWIDE EMPLOYEE EXPENSES) 5212005 (LITIGATION EXP) AND 1540000 (HUMAN RESOURCES); AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO DISTRIBUTE THE TOTAL SETTLEMENT AMOUNT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. ABERNATHY Settlement Resolution (003) 16. 19-R-4321 : A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE NEGOTIATION AND SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF SCOTT AND JUSTINE HARRISON ET AL. VS. CITY OF ATLANTA, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 2018CV299757, FULTON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT, IN THE AMOUNT OF 565,000.00 UPON REACHING MUTUALLY AGREEABLE SETTLEMENT TERMS; AUTHORIZING SAID AMOUNT TO BE PAID FROM 1001 (GENERAL FUND) CENTER NUMBER 200101 (NON-DEPARTMENTAL) ACCOUNT 5212005 (LITIGATION EXPENSES); AND 1512000 (FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITY NUMBER); AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO DISTRIBUTE THE TOTAL SETTLEMENT AMOUNT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. 08.02.19 Settlement Resolution - Harrision tds edits 17. 19-R-4322 : A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF ETHEL JOHNSON v. CITY OF ATLANTA, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 18EV001363 IN THE FULTON COUNTY STATE COURT, STATE OF GEORGIA, IN THE AMOUNT OF THIRTY-FIVE-THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 35,000.00) ( THE SETTLEMENT AMOUNT ), AUTHORIZING PAYMENT OF 35,000.00 TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM FUND 1001 (GENERAL FUND), CENTER NUMBER 200101 (NON-DEPARTMENTAL), ACCOUNT 5212005 (LITIGATION EXPENSES), and FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITY NUMBER 1512000 (ACCOUNTING) AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO DISTRIBUTE THE SETTLEMENT AMOUNT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. JOHNSON Ethel - (REVISED) Settlement Resolution 18. 19-R-4327 : ***A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE ATLANTA POLICE DEPARTMENT AND FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA, TO APPLY FOR AND ACCEPT A JOINT 2019 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT FROM THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, BUREAU OF JUSTICE ASSISTANCE, IN THE AMOUNT OF FIVE HUNDRED SEVENTEEN THOUSAND, SIX HUNDRED FIFTY-ONE DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 517,651.00), WITH NO MATCHING FUNDS, FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUPPORTING LAW-ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACTIVITIES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. JAG19_ Local Solicitation b. Signed Transmittal TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE 19. 19-R-3948 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER MICHAEL JULIAN BOND AS AMENDED BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ENTER INTO FC-1190065, CONTRACT FOR STREET RESURFACING AND ASSOCIATED STREET MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES GROUP B WITH C.W. MATTHEWS CONTRACTING CO., INC., ON BEHALF OF THE RENEW ATLANTA BOND/TSPLOST PROGRAM, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED NINETEEN MILLION SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS ( 19,075,500.00); WITH ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM FUND, DEPARTMENT, ORGANIZATION AND ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted as Amended By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Complete Package - Resolution CW Matthews FC-1190065 c. 19-R-3948 Amendment Form d. 19-R-3948 as Amended by Transportation on 08.14.2019 e. 19-R-3948 IPRO Report Send to Mayor Post Haste Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] 20. 19-R-3952 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBERS ANDRE DICKENS, JENNIFER N. IDE, ANDREA L. BOONE, MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET, JOYCE M. SHEPERD, DUSTIN HILLIS, MATT WESTMORLAND, NATALYN ARCHIBONG, AMIR R. FAROKHI AND ANTONIO BROWN REQUESTING THE GENERAL MANAGER OF THE HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO CREATE A PLAN TO REDUCE THE TIME REQUIRED FOR EMPLOYEES TO RECEIVE AN EMPLOYEE IDENTIFICATION BADGE TO A MAXIMUM OF TWO HOURS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 21. 19-R-3968 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ISSUE A TASK ORDER TO SD C, INC., FOR FC-8249, ANNUAL CONTRACT FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF SIDEWALKS, CURBS, DRIVEWAY APRONS AND ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE MEMORIAL DRIVE SIDEWALK PROJECT FROM WYMAN STREET TO CLAY STREET IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED ONE HUNDRED FORTY THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED FORTY FIVE DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ( 140,445.00); ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM VARIOUS FUND, DEPARTMENT, ORGANIZATION AND ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. 1Resolution - FC-8249 TO Annual Sidewalk Memorial Dr (002) b. Fc8249_ Memorial Dr Sidewalk fr Wyman St to Clay St c. FC-8249 Memorial Cycle 14 COS Approved 22. 19-R-3969 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ENTER INTO THE RENEWAL OF FC-8647 WITH INTERMEDIX CORPORATATION FOR THIRD PARTY BILLING AND COLLECTION SERVICES AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ON BEHALF OF THE AFRD (ATLANTA FIRE RESCUE DEPARTMENT), IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 200,000.00) FOR TWO (2) YEARS; ALL CONTRACTED SERVICES TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM 5501 (AIRPORT REVENUE FUND), 5212001 (CONSULTING/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICES), 230203 (FIRE EMERGENCY MEDICAL), 3600000 (FIRE); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 23. 19-R-3970 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE TO FUND THE FIVE (5) GATES EXPANSION ENABLING PHASE BUDGET AND ADVANCE SCOPE BUDGET FOR PROJECT NUMBER FC-8913, CENTRAL PASSENGER TERMINAL COMPLEX CONCOURSE T NORTH EXTENSION AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WITH SNFS A QUAD VENTURE, A JOINT VENTURE COMPRISED OF SKANSKA USA BUILDING INC., NEW SOUTH CONSTRUCTION, FS 360, LLC AND SYNERGY DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS, LLC, FOR PARTIAL FUNDING IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED 57,137,863.00; ALL SERVICES WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM THE ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Conc. T North Extension - FC-8913 Transmittal 24. 19-R-3971 : AN AMENDED RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO AWARD AND EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT FOR MANAGEMENT OF THE AIRPORT CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE PROGRAM WITH ABM-ALL N 1 SECURITY SERVICES, INC., FC-1190015, AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED 18,433,265.00; ALL CONTRACTED WORK WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted as Amended By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. ABM-ALL IN ONE CX Program Transmittal b. ABM-ALL IN ONE CX Recommendation Letter c. ABM-ALL IN ONE CX SERVICE AGREEMENT e. 19-R-3971 Amendment Form f. 19-R-3971 as Amended by Transportation on 08.14.2019 g. 19-R-3971 IPRO Report 25. 19-R-3972 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE TO APPLY FOR, ACCEPT AND IMPLEMENT ALL GRANT FUNDS AND PROGRAMS FROM ALL STATE AND FEDERAL AGENCIES AND EXECUTE ALL DOCUMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH SUCH GRANTS FOR PROJECTS AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DURING THE 2020 FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Grant FY 2020 Transmittal 26. 19-R-3973 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, TO ENTER INTO AN AIRPORT USE AND LEASE AGREEMENT WITH ACE BELGIUM FREIGHTERS, S.A. A CARGO CARRIER AIRLINE FOR OPERATIONS AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. AULA Ace Belgium Freighter, S.A Transmittal b. AULA Ace Belgium Freighter, S.A - Agreement 27. 19-R-3974 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE TO EXERCISE THE CITY OF ATLANTA S OPTION TO RENEW CONCESSIONS LEASE AGREEMENT FC-5236 FOREIGN CURRENCY EXCHANGE SERVICES ON CONCOURSE E AND F WITH TRAVELEX CURRENCY SERVICES, INC. FOR A RENEWAL PERIOD OF THREE (3) YEARS COMMENCING ON AUGUST 22, 2019 AND TO CHANGE THE RENTAL PAYMENT REQUIREMENTS DURING THIS RENEWAL PERIOD; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Travelex Currency Exchange Renewal FC-5236 Transmittal b. Travelex Currency Exchange Renewal FC-5236 Signed Letter c. Travelex Currency Exchange Renewal FC-5236 Amendment No 2 Renewal 28. 19-R-3975 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENTING A TASK ORDER FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF 23,500,000.00 FOR USE UNDER FC-7744, PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SUPPORT SERVICES AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WITH ATLANTA AVIATION ASSOCIATES (A3), A JOINT VENTURE COMPRISED OF WSP USA AS A WHOLLY-OWNED SUBSIDIARY OF WSP GLOBAL (FORMERLY PARSONS BRINKERHOFF, INC.), H. J. RUSSELL COMPANY, AND HEERY INTERNATIONAL, INC., TO PROVIDE PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SUPPORT SERVICES FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION ( DOA ) ON A TASK ORDER BASIS; ALL SERVICES WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Program Mgmt. Support Services FC-7744 Transmittal b. Program Mgmt. Support Services FC-7744 Executive Summary 29. 19-R-3976 has been moved to Report of Standing Committees.TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE 30. 19-R-3977 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENTING A JOINT TASK ORDER FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF 14,054,766.00 FOR USE UNDER FOUR ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES CONTRACTS FOR CONTRACT NOS. [I] FC-9938-A, HKS/FC/S W JOINT VENTURE, COMPRISED OF HKS, INC., FITZGERALD COLLABORATIVE GROUP, LLC AND STEVENS WILKINSON GA, INC.; [II] FC-9938-B, CORGAN/GOODE VAN SLYKE ARCHITECTURE JOINT VENTURE, COMPRISED OF CORGAN ASSOCIATES, INC., AND GOODE VAN SLYKE ARCHITECTURE, LLC; [III] FC-9938-C, AVIATION INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTIONS, A JOINT VENTURE COMPRISED OF POND COMPANY, MICHAEL BAKER INTERNATIONAL, INC. AND CORPORATE ENVIRONMENTAL RISK MANAGEMENT; AND [IV] FC-9938-D, ATL AVIATION CONSULTING JV, COMPRISED OF RS H, INC., AND BENCHMARK MANAGEMENT, LLC; ALL SERVICES WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Architectural and Engineering Design Services FC-9938 Transmittal 31. 19-R-3978 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENTING A JOINT TASK ORDER FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF 10,200,000.00 FOR USE UNDER TWO QUALITY ASSURANCE MATERIALS TESTING, SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATIONS AND SPECIAL INSPECTIONS CONTRACTS FOR CONTRACT NOS. [I] FC-9777-A, TERRACON - OASIS JV.; AND [II] FC-9777-B, ATL QA, A JOINT VENTURE TO PROVIDE INSPECTIONS, SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATIONS, AND TESTING DURING CONSTRUCTION OF VARIOUS AIRPORT PROJECTS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION ON A TASK ORDER BASIS. ALL SERVICES WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Quality Assurance Materials Testing, Subsurface Investigations and Special Inspections FC-9777 Transmittal 32. 19-R-3979 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENTING A TASK ORDER FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF 1,500,000.00 FOR USE UNDER FC-8933, AIRSIDE EROSION CONTROL GRASSING (ON-CALL CONTRACTOR) AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WITH KIEWIT INFRASTRUCTURE SOUTH CO., FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION ON A TASK ORDER BASIS. ALL SERVICES WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Airside Erosion Control Grassing (On-Call Contractor) FC-8933 Tranmittal 33. 19-R-3980 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENTING A TASK ORDER FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF 1,000,000.00 FOR USE UNDER FC-9874, ON-CALL ELECTRICAL SURVEY SERVICES AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WITH CLEVELAND ELECTRIC COMPANY FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION ON A TASK ORDER BASIS; ALL SERVICES WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. On-Call Electrical Survey Services FC-9874 Transmittal 34. 19-R-3981 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENTING A JOINT TASK ORDER FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF 592,000.00 FOR USE UNDER THREE ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES CONTRACTS FOR CONTRACT NOS.: [I] FC-9621-B, GOODE VAN SLYKE ARCHITECTURE; [II] FC-9621-C, HOLT CONSULTING COMPANY, LLC; AND [III] FC-9621-D, SOUTHEASTERN ENGINEERING, INC. ALL SERVICES WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Small A E Design Services FC-9621 Transmittal 35. 19-R-3982 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENTING A TASK ORDER FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF 500,000.00 FOR USE UNDER FC-9494, LANDSIDE EROSION CONTROL GRASSING (ON-CALL CONTRACTOR) AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WITH KIEWIT INFRASTRUCTURE SOUTH CO., FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION ( DOA ) ON A TASK ORDER BASIS. ALL SERVICES WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Landside Erosion Control Grassing (On-Call Contractor) FC-9494 Transmittal 36. 19-R-3983 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENTING A TASK ORDER FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF 500,000.00 FOR USE UNDER FC-9211, LANDSIDE ELECTRICAL (ON-CALL CONTRACTOR) AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WITH BROOKS-BERRY-HAYNIE ASSOCIATES, INC., FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION ON A TASK ORDER BASIS; ALL SERVICES WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Landside Electrical FC-9211 Transmittal 37. 19-R-3984 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENTING A TASK ORDER FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF 200,000.00 FOR USE UNDER FC-9381, ON-CALL ENGINEERING SURVEY SERVICES AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WITH CORPORATE ENVIRONMENTAL RISK MANAGEMENT, LLC FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION ( DOA ) ON A TASK ORDER BASIS. ALL SERVICES WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. On-Call Engineering Survey Services FC-9381 Transmittal FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 38. 19-R-3874 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER HOWARD SHOOK AS SUBSTITUTED BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO REFUND CUSTOMERS FOR OVERPAYMENTS TO THEIR WATER AND SEWER ACCOUNTS IN THE AMOUNT OF TWO HUNDRED EIGHT THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY-FIVE CENTS ( 208,102.55); ALL FUNDS TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM THE FUND DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION AND ACCOUNT NUMBER LISTED; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted Substitute By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout b. EXHIBIT A - Customer Refunds 39. 19-R-3954 : ****A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER AMIR R. FAROKHI AS AMENDED BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE CONSENTING TO THE EXPANSION OF THE LITTLE FIVE POINTS COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT AS AUTHORIZED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA IN THE ATLANTA COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT ACT AND BASED ON THE CONSENT OF THE MAJORITY OF THE OWNERS OF REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE EXPANDED BOUNDARIES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.. Adopted as Amended By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout b. Amendment form 19-R-3954 c. 19-R-3954_Exhibit A, B 40. 19-R-3958 : ****A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBERS DUSTIN R. HILLIS, J. P. MATZIGKEIT, ANDRE DICKENS, MATT WESTMORELAND AND ANTONIO BROWN AS AMENDED BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE CONSENTING TO INCREASING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE WESTSIDE/HOWELL MILL COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BY ANNEXING CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY; TO PROVIDE FOR TRANSMISSION TO THE TAX COMMISSIONER; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted as Amended By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. 12 INCREASE WESTSIDEHOWELL MILL CID BOUNDARIES c. 19-R-3958_ Exhibits d. Amendment form 19-R-3958 41. 19-R-3959 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER HOWARD SHOOK DECLARING THE OFFICIAL INTENT OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO REIMBURSE ITSELF FOR CERTAIN CAPITAL EXPENDITURES RELATED TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF CERTAIN PROJECTS WITH PROCEEDS OF DEBT; AND OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. 40 City of Atlanta to reimburse itself for Capital Expenditures with Construction related debt 42. 19-R-3985 : A RESOLUTION BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH CDW GOVERNMENT, LLC VIA COOPERATIVE PURCHASING AGREEMENT NUMBER FC-1190714, UTILIZING NATIONAL IPA INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS CONTRACT NUMBER 2018011-01, ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION, FOR THE PURCHASE OF VEEAM VIRTUAL SERVERS BACKUP MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED THIRTY-FOUR THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-EIGHT DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 34,968.00), FOR A TERM OF ONE (1) YEAR WITH TWO (2) RENEWAL OPTIONS; ALL CONTRACTED WORK WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. VEEAM Virtual Server Backup Maintenance and Support FC-119074 Co-Op_Certification_Memo b. VEEAM Virtual Server Backup Maintenance and Support FC-119074 Transmittal c. VEEAM Virtual Server Backup Maintenance and Support FC-119074 (Legislation docs) 2019 d. VEEAM Virtual Servers Backup Maintenance and Support FC-119074 (DOP Coop Request Packet) e. VEEAM Virtual Servers Backup Maintenance and Support FC-119074 (Mesa, AZ Contract 2018011-01 w_CDWg) 2019 f. VEEAM Virtual Servers Backup Maintenance and Support FC-119074 (VEEAM Support Policy) 2019 43. 19-R-3986 : A RESOLUTION BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT WITH BOMBARDIER TRANSPORTATION HOLDINGS USA, INC., PURSUANT TO CODE SECTION 2-1191; SOLE SOURCE PROCUREMENT, FOR THE PLANE TRAIN TUNNEL WEST EXTENSION - VEHICLES AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, IN AN INITIAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED NINE MILLION DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS( 9,000,000.00); ALL SERVICES WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM THE ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Plane Train Tunnel West Extension FC-1075 Vehicles at HJAIA - Transmittal b. Plane Train Tunnel West Extension FC-1075 Vehicles at HJAIA Approved Designation Memorandum c. Plane Train Tunnel West Extension FC-1075 Vehicles at HJAIA Draft Agreement 44. 19-R-3987 : A RESOLUTION BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO AMEND RESOLUTION NUMBER 19-R-3091 ADOPTED BY THE ATLANTA CITY COUNCIL ON FEBRUARY 4, 2019 AND APPROVED BY OPERATION OF LAW ON FEBRUARY 13, 2019, FOR THE PURPOSE OF CHANGING ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED THEREIN, FOR FC-9878; CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SOFTWARE WITH E-BUILDER, INC.; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Complete Package - E-builder Corrective 45. 19-R-3988 : AN AMENDED RESOLUTION BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE REEMPLOYMENT OF ROY TURNER AS A FIRE SAFETY INSPECTOR WITH THE ATLANTA FIRE RESCUE DEPARTMENT, TECHNICAL SERVICES DIVISION, PURSUANT TO SECTION 3-505(C) OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA; FOR A PERIOD OF NOT MORE THAN 520 DAYS; ALL SERVICES WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM FUNDING NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES; NOT TO EXCEED THIRTY-EIGHT THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS AND ZERO CENT ( 38,500.00) ANNUALLY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted as Amended By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout b. 19-R-3988 (Amendment Form) 46. 19-R-3989 : A RESOLUTION BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO EXERCISE RENEWAL TERM OPTION NUMBER ONE (1) OF COOPERATIVE PURCHASING AGREEMENT NUMBER FC-10586 WITH SHI INTERNATIONANL CORP. FOR THE PURCHASE OF MINERVA ANTI-EVASION RANSOMWARE PREVENTION SOLUTION, UTILIZING GEORGIA STATEWIDE CONTRACT NUMBER 99999-SPD-SPD0000060-0003, ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ATLANTA INFORMATION MANAGEMENT, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-EIGHT THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 128,800.00); EFFECTIVE AUGUST 31, 2019 TO AUGUST 30, 2020 FOR ONE (1) YEAR WITH TWO (2) REMAINING ONE-YEAR RENEWAL TERM OPTIONS ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM FUNDING NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. SHI Minerva FC-10586 b. Signed transmittal 47. 19-R-3990 : A RESOLUTION BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXERCISE RENEWAL OPTION NO. 1 FOR CONTRACT FC-8741, MISCELLANEOUS REPAIRS AND CONSTRUCTION FOR ADA AND OTHER IMPROVEMENTS, WITH SOCO CONTRACTING COMPANY, INC. (FC-8741-A), ASQUE S CONSTRUCTION COMPANY (FC-8741-B), LICHTY COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION, INC. (FC-8741-C) AND CTC CONSTRUCTION, LLC (FC-8741-D), FOR A TERM OF ONE (1) YEAR; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. ADA packet b. FC-8741 ADA Contracts_revised (4) 8-2-19 48. 19-R-3991 : A RESOLUTION BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ENTER INTO A RENEWAL NO. 1 FOR FC-8901 WITH BLACKLINE SYSTEMS, INC., FOR CONTINUED LICENSING ACCESS OF THE ACCOUNTING JOURNAL ENTRY MODULE, EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2019, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2020, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-NINE THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED NINETEEN DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 129,619.00) WITH THE OPTION TO RENEW FOR ONE (1) ADDITIONAL YEAR AT THE CITY S SOLE DISCRETION; ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM 1001 (GENERAL FUND) 100101 (DOF CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER) 5212001 (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL SERVICES) 1320000 (CHIEF EXECUTIVE); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. fc 8901 transmittal b. FINAL - Renewal No.1 for FC-8901 Blackline System Journal Entry Module Licenses (7.31.19 c. Blackline Systems - Letter from DCFO to CPO (6.4.19) d. FINAL - 6.3.19 - City of Atlanta_BlackLine_Renewal Order Form Q055027_2019-09-30 Fully Executed e. Scanned from a Xerox Multifunction Printer CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE 49. 19-R-3875 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER AMIR R. FAROKHI AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO EXECUTE AN ENCROACHMENT AGREEMENT WITH POWERBUILD CONSTRUCTION, LLC, ITS SUCCESSORS IN TITLE AND ASSIGNS, AS OWNER OF REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT 126 RENAISSANCE PARKWAY, N.E., Atlanta, Georgia 30307, FOR THE PURPOSE OF INSTALLING TEMPORARY UNDERGROUND SHORING WITH TIE-BACKS INTO THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF RENAISSANCE PARKWAY, N.E. ABUTTNG SUCH PROPERTY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. 126 Renaissance Parkway Resolution b. 126 renassaince tie back drawings 50. 19-R-3961 : A RESOLUTION BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, TO EXECUTE AN ENCROACHMENT AGREEMENT WITH PBS LAND ACQUISITIONS, LLC FOR THE PURPOSE OF INSTALLING A PERMANENT UNDERGROUND SHORING AND TIE BACKS INTO SPRING STREET AND WILLIAMS STREET RIGHT OF WAY AT 1150 SPRING STREET ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30309; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. 14th and Spring St Encroachment b. 1150 Spring LLC Crescent Acquistions llc Encroachment Agreement_-REVISED c. Blue Back-1150 Spring LLC Encroachment Agreement d. Drawing e. Misc f. Resolution PBS Land Acquisitions Encroachment 51. 19-R-3962 : A RESOLUTION BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, TO ENTER INTO AN ENCROACHMENT AGREEMENT WITH OHM ATLANTA OWNER LLC FOR THE PURPOSE OF INSTALLING A PERMANENT UNDERGROUND SHORING AND TIE BACKS INTO FOURTEENTH STREET, N.E. RIGHT OF WAY AT 98 FOURTEENTH STREET, N.E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30309; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Resolution OHM Atlanta Owner LLC Encroachment COS Approved b. Encroachment Agreement -OHM c. WHITE PAPER FOR OHM Atlanta Owner LLC d. OHM ATLANTA OWNER LLC Drawing e. OHM ATLANTA OWNER LLC ENCROACHMENT Calculation f. OHM Atlanta Owner LLC encroachment Application (002) g. Blue Back-OHM Encroachment Agreement 52. 19-R-3963 : A RESOLUTION BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, TO EXECUTE AN ENCROACHMENT AGREEMENT WITH EMORY UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL MIDTOWN FOR THE PURPOSE OF INSTALLING A PERMANENT UNDERGROUND SHORING AND TIE BACKS INTO WEST PEACHTREE STREET RIGHT OF WAY AT 530 WEST PEACHTREE STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30308; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Resolution Emory Encroachment COS Approved b. White Paper for ENCROACHMENT AGREEMENT WITH EMORY UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL MIDTOWN c. Application-Midtown Hospital d. Calculation (002) Midtown Hospital e. Encroachment Agreement - Emory Midtown Hospital f. Misc (002) Midtown Hospital g. Misc-1 Emory Midtown 53. 19-R-3964 : A RESOLUTION BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT FOR FC-10469A, ANNUAL CONTRACT FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM REHABILITATION AND IMPROVEMENTS WITH REEVES YOUNG AND CERM, JV FOR SYSTEM REPAIRS AND SERVICES, ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATERSHED MANAGEMENT, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED TEN MILLION DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 10,000,000.00); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. ELMS - FC-10469A New 54. 19-R-3965 : A RESOLUTION BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT FOR FC-10469B, ANNUAL CONTRACT FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM REHABILITATION AND IMPROVEMENTS WITH G.S. CONSTRUCTION AND KEMI CONSTRUCTION, JV FOR SYSTEM REPAIRS AND SERVICES, ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATERSHED MANAGEMENT, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED FIVE MILLION DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 5,000,000.00); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. ELMS - FC-10469B New 55. 19-R-3966 : A RESOLUTION BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT FOR FC-10469C, ANNUAL CONTRACT FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM REHABILITATION AND IMPROVEMENTS WITH ROCKDALE-INTEGRAL MUNICIPAL SERVICES CORP., JV FOR SYSTEM REPAIRS AND SERVICES, ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATERSHED MANAGEMENT, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED FIVE MILLION DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 5,000,000.00); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. ELMS - FC-10469C New 56. 19-R-3967 : A RESOLUTION BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH SALMONS DREDGING CORPORATION FOR FC-1190035, ON-CALL DIVING SERVICES, ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATERSHED MANAGEMENT, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED TWO MILLION SIX HUNDRED TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 2,625,000.00); ALL CONTRACTED WORK WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM THE FUND DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION AND ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. ELMS - FC-1190035 New PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE FAVORABLE/UNFAVORABLE CLAIMS Favorable Claims 1. 19-R-3992 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a sanitary sewer backup on October 12-13, 2016 at 2008 Campbellton Road, SW. (DWM/11 - 25,256.98) 18619 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 2. 19-R-3993 : For property Damage(s) Alleged to have been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on January 19, 2019 at I-75 NW Expy Northside Drive (APD/08 - 8,217.12). 18635. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 3. 19-R-3994 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of automobile accident on December 19, 2018 at 1130 Moreland Ave SE. (DWM/05 4,618.78) 18863. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 4. 19-R-3995 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on March 27, 2019 at 3127 Lenox Road NE. (DPW/07- 2,443.80) 18732 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 5. 19-R-3996 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on July 12, 2017 at 1425 Ellsworth Industrial Blvd. (DPW/03 - 1,673.51) 18600 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 6. 19-R-3997 : For Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on April 16, 2018 at Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway Hall Street. (DPW/04 - 1,653.89) 18649 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 7. 19-R-3998 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a street cut on January 2, 2019 at 968 Conley Road, SE. (DWM/12 - 1,302.00) 18664 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 8. 19-R-3999 : For property damage alleged to have been sustained from a water main break on May 11, 2019 at 3751 Melvin Drive SW (DWM/11 1122.45) 18642 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 9. 19-R-4000 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on March 1, 2018 at Joseph E. Boone and Richardson Rd. (DPW/03 - 1,088.60) 18736 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 10. 19-R-4001 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a construction cut on December 11, 2018 at Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard NW. (DWM/03 - 991.34) 18485 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 11. 19-R-4002 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on July 13, 2018 at 286 Hwy 138. (DPRCA/NA - 900.00) 18500 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 12. 19-R-4003 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a metal plate on January 30, 2018 at 1916 Piedmont Road, NE. (DWM/06 - 648.35) 18481 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 13. 19-R-4004 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an airborne rock incident on October 27, 2016 at 3300 Northside Pkwy. (DPW/08 - 562.68) 18605 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 14. 19-R-4005 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a construction cut in the road on April 29, 2019 at 956 Ponce de Leon Avenue. (DWM/06 - 513.19) 18468 Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout Unfavorable Claims 15. 19-R-4006 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a Fire Rescue incident on November 9, 2017 at 369 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd NW. (AFR/03) 18744 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 16. 19-R-4007 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of Being Transported From Her Home to an Ambulance on February 26, 2018 at 1323 Allene Avenue SW. (AFR/12) 18892 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 17. 19-R-4008 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a towing accident on November 7, 2017 at 301 Connally Street SE. (APD/01) 18530 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 18. 19-R-4009 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an arrest incident on February 12, 2016 at 1042 Violent Street SE (APD/1) 18754 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 19. 19-R-4010 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of wrongful arrest by an Atlanta Police Officer on February 14, 2017 at 1644 Woodland Ave Se. (APD/01) 18801 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 20. 19-R-4011 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of wrongful arrest by an Atlanta Police Officer on February 14, 2017 at 1644 Woodland Ave Se. (APD/01) 18802 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 21. 19-R-4012 : For Personal Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on March 15, 2018 at Richmond Ave at Sawtell Ave. (APD/01) 18810 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 22. 19-R-4013 : For Personal Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on March 15, 2018 at Richmond Ave and Sawtell Ave. (APD/01) 18813 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 23. 19-R-4014 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a Automobile Accident on July 1,2016 at Boulevard NE and Freedom Pkwy NW. (APD/02) 18470 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 24. 19-R-4015 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a Automobile Accident on December 2, 2016 at the Intersection of Carnegie Way NW and Spring Street NW. (APD/02) 18473 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 25. 19-R-4016 : Claimant alleges bodily injury sustained from a motor vehicle accident on November 2, 2013 at I-20 Westbound Expressway and I-285 North (APD/02) 18477 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 26. 19-R-4017 : For Damages Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of improper vehicle impound and arrest incident on February 23, 2018. (APD/02) 18617 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 27. 19-R-4018 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of his vehicle being illegally towed on November 16, 2018 at 120 Ralph McGill Blvd., NE. (APD/02) 18672 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 28. 19-R-4019 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of his stolen vehicle being recovered on October 30, 2018 at 160 Ponce de Leon Avenue, NE. (APD/02) 18690 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 29. 19-R-4020 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a wrongful arrest on November 10, 2015 at 240 Peachtree Street NW. (APD/02) 18790 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 30. 19-R-4021 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a police incident on February 13, 2016 at Marietta Street NW. (APD/02) 18880 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 31. 19-R-4022 : For Personal Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a police incident on January 31, 2015 at City of Atlanta. (APD/02) 18883 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 32. 19-R-4023 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on May 9, 2018 at Intersection of Northside Dr and 10th street NW. (APD/03) 18704 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 33. 19-R-4024 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an incident with APD on September 8, 2016 at 335 Chappell Road. (APD/03) 18788 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 34. 19-R-4025 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a motor vehicle accident on September 12, 2016 at Maple Street NW. (APD/03) 18878 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 35. 19-R-4026 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an auto accident on June 15, 2016 at Oakland Drive, SW Richland Road. (APD/04) 18467 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 36. 19-R-4027 : Claimant alleges personal damages sustained as a result of an incident with an APD Officer on November 26, 2017 at Martin Luther King Drive and Ashby Street (APD/4) 18491 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 37. 19-R-4028 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an incident with APD on March 5, 2017 at 3 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd, SW. (APD/04) 18495 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 38. 19-R-4029 : For Personal Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on November 2, 2017 at the intersection of Avon Ave, SW and Westmont Rd. (APD/04) 18726 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 39. 19-R-4030 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on May 9, 2017 at 1855 Lee Street SW. (APD/04) 18792 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 40. 19-R-4031 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on May 15, 2018 at Ralph D. Abernathy Blvd. S.W. (APD/04) 18809 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 41. 19-R-4032 : For Personal injury and Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of the APD's failure to investigate on December 5, 2018 at 185 Central venue SW. (APD/04) 18817 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 42. 19-R-4033 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on May 15, 2018 at Ralph David Abernathy and Lawton Street. (APD/04) 18819 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 43. 19-R-4034 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on December 12, 2015 at 245 Peachtree Center and John Portman Ave. (APD/04) 18831 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 44. 19-R-4035 : For Personal Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on April 25, 2017 at Hosea L. Williams Drive SE and Howard Street. (APD/05) 18786 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 45. 19-R-4036 : For Personal Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on April 25, 2017 at Hosea L. Williams Drive SE and Howard Street. (APD/05) 18791 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 46. 19-R-4037 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on April 20, 2017 at 2448 Cheshire Bridge Road NE. (APD/06) 18592 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 47. 19-R-4038 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of his vehicle being impounded illegally on October 20, 2018 at 639 Morosgo Drive, NE. (APD/06) 18626 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 48. 19-R-4039 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of instructions from an APD Officer on June 4, 2016 at Piedmont Road NE and Prado. (APD/06) 18721 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 49. 19-R-4040 : For Property Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an Automobile Accident on September 28, 2018 at I-85 North and Lenox Road. (APD/07) 18893 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 50. 19-R-4041 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on October 19, 2017 at Peachtree Road NE and Pharr Road. (APD/08 ) 18712 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 51. 19-R-4042 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a Police involved Shooting on September 23, 2016 at 1000 Collier Road SW. (APD/09) 18835 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 52. 19-R-4043 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a towing incident on August 3, 2017 at 2315 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy. (APD/09) 18553 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 53. 19-R-4044 : For Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an incident with Atlanta Police on August 11, 2006 at 3493 Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway. (APD/09) 18636 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 54. 19-R-4045 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an arrest incident on April 7, 2015 at Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. (APD/10) 18645 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 55. 19-R-4046 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a motor vehicle accident on September 7, 2017 at Cascade Rd near Kingsdale Drive. (APD/10) 18746 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 56. 19-R-4047 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a vehicular accident on August 2, 2015 at Cascade Road and Beecher Street. (APD/10) 18881 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 57. 19-R-4048 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a vehicular accident on August 2, 2015 on Cascade Road and Beecher Street SW. (APD/10) 18882 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 58. 19-R-4049 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of vehicle being towed due to a search warrant on November 6, 2018 at 600 Block of Jewel Drive SW. (APD/11) 18602 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 59. 19-R-4050 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on January 19, 2019 at Camp Creek Parkway. (APD/11) 18743 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 60. 19-R-4051 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a motor vehicular accident on December 21, 2013 at 1935 Alison Court SW. (APD/11) 18825 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 61. 19-R-4052 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of police on December 22, 2013 at 655 Parkway Drive, NE. (APD/NA) 18632 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 62. 19-R-4053 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an arrest on April 3, 2014 at Castleberry Street SW Peters Street SW. (APD/NA) 18638 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 63. 19-R-4054 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a fall on October 1, 2014 at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport . (DOA/05) 18674 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 64. 19-R-4055 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an incident on March 5, 2019 at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. (DOA/NA) 18682 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 65. 19-R-4056 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an incident on May 19, 2019 at Hartsfield- Jackson International Airport . (DOA/NA) 18684 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 66. 19-R-4057 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a slip and fall on January 6, 2019 at Hartsfield- Jackson International Airport. (DOA/NA) 18703 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 67. 19-R-4058 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a permit issue on July 1, 2015. (DPCD/07) 18545 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 68. 19-R-4059 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a rock being propelled by a lawn mower and hitting the rear window of a service van on May 23, 2016 at 400 Park Drive. (DPR/06) 18650 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 69. 19-R-4060 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a fallen tree limb on November 14, 2015 at 166 Westbound Expressway (DPR/11) 18843 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 70. 19-R-4061 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a fall on November 25, 2014 at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. (DOA/NA) 18673 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 71. 19-R-4062 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a fall on November 20, 2014 at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. (DOA/NA) 18675 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 72. 19-R-4063 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a fall on April 9, 2019 at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. (DOA/NA) 18680 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 73. 19-R-4064 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a fall on March 29, 2019 at Hartsfield- Jackson International Airport. (DOA/NA) 18681 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 74. 19-R-4065 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a slip and fall at the airport on January 17, 2019 at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport. (DOA/NA) 18648 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 75. 19-R-4066 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a slip fall on April 21, 2019 at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. (DOA/NA) 18625 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 76. 19-R-4067 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of being a passenger on a transport train on July 11,2018 at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. (DOA/NA) 18624 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 77. 19-R-4068 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a slip fall on March 1, 2019 at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport. (DOA/NA) 18623 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 78. 19-R-4069 : For Civil Rights violation Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of the City's EBO Program through AATC on January 1, 2015 at Hartsfield- Jackson Atlanta International Airport. (DOA/NA) 18582 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 79. 19-R-4070 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole in the road on December 10, 2016 at 108 McDonough Blvd, SE. (DPW/01) 18498 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 80. 19-R-4071 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on March 9, 2019 at Ormond Street Hank Aaron Drive. (DPW/01) 18508 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 81. 19-R-4072 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on December 19, 2017 at Forrest Park Road SE and Constitution Road SE. (DPW/01) 18750 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 82. 19-R-4073 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a vehicular accident on October 11, 2016 at 934 Violet Avenue SE. (DPW/01) 18758 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 83. 19-R-4074 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of running over a pothole in the roadway on February 3, 2018 at 2559 Jonesboro Rd SE. (DPW/01) 18778 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 84. 19-R-4075 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of automobile accident on May 22, 2016 at 293 Candler Street. ( DPW/02) 18466 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 85. 19-R-4076 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on February 24, 2016 at 96 Baker Street 111 Williams Street. (DPW/02) 18549 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 86. 19-R-4077 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on December 31, 2018 at 14th West Peachtree. (DPW/02) 18576 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 87. 19-R-4078 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on March 15, 2018 at 942 Peachtree St. NW. (DPW/02) 18604 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 88. 19-R-4079 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a City of Atlanta vehicle allegedly striking the wall on October 8, 2018 at 510 Edgewood Ave. SE. (DPW/02) 18628 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 89. 19-R-4080 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a sidewalk defect on may 15, 2016 at 372 Moreland Ave. (DPW/02) 18657 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 90. 19-R-4081 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a storm drain in the road on March 28, 2019 at 682 Boulevard NE. (DPW/02) 18686 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 91. 19-R-4082 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of damage sustained from a pothole on March 3, 2019 on 1032 W. Peachtree Street NW. (DPW/02) 18696 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 92. 19-R-4083 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a sidewalk defect on October 14 , 2017 at 6th Street. (DPW/02) 18699 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 93. 19-R-4084 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole in the road on December 31, 2018 at 724 Spring Street NW. (DPW/02) 18707 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 94. 19-R-4085 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on April 17, 2017 at Lee Street and Sparks. (DPW/02) 18796 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 95. 19-R-4086 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of hitting a spike or piece of metal in or around a pothole on January 17, 2019 at 14th St. and Peachtree St. Midtown. (DPW/02) 18816 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 96. 19-R-4087 : For Personal Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of the parking enforcement program on January 10, 2017 at Charles Allen Drive NE. (DPW/02) 18820 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 97. 19-R-4088 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a pot hole on January 24, 2019 at 915 West Peachtree Street NW (DPW/ 02) 18879 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 98. 19-R-4089 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on June 30, 2016 at Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway and Chappell Road. (DPW/03) 18469 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 99. 19-R-4090 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of trash removal on January 1, 2017 at 449 Chappell Rd., NW. (DPW/03) 18496 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 100. 19-R-4091 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on January 13, 2019 at 53 10th street, NW. (DPW/03) 18515 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 101. 19-R-4092 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on October 6,2018 at 14th Street. (DPW/03) 18523 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 102. 19-R-4093 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on September 26, 2017 at 590 Travis Street NW. (DPW/03) 18532 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 103. 19-R-4094 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on March 22, 2019 at 307 10th Street. (DPW/03) 18547 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 104. 19-R-4095 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on June 27, 2018 at East Andrews West Paces Ferry Road. ( DPW/03) 18572 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 105. 19-R-4096 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an auto accident on May 3, 2019 at Boulevard NE North Avenue NE. (DPW/03) 18685 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 106. 19-R-4097 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a sign falling across his vehicle on March 21, 2018 at 820 West Marietta Street, NW. (DPW/03) 18691 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 107. 19-R-4098 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole in the road on March 18 , 2018 at Joseph E. Boone. (DPW/03) 18702 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 108. 19-R-4099 : For Property Damage allegedly sustained as a result of hitting a pothole on January 17, 2016 at Martin Luther King Dr. NW Brownlee Rd. (DPW/04) 18397 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 109. 19-R-4100 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a pothole on December 22, 2017 at Cascade Road Olympian Way. (DPW/04) 18479 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 110. 19-R-4101 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on February 1, 2018 at 900 Cascade Road. (DPW/04) 18497 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 111. 19-R-4102 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of drive shaft/axle falling from a city vehicle on April 24, 2017 at I-20 WB and Langhorn. (DPW/04) 18501 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 112. 19-R-4103 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a garbage can falling back onto her plastic fence on June 8, 2016 at 509 Atwood Street, SW. (DPW/04) 18516 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 113. 19-R-4104 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole in the road on April 13, 2019 at Ralph D. Abernathy Blvd and Cooper Street. (DPW/04) 18526 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 114. 19-R-4105 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on December 25, 2018 at Centennial Olympic Park. (DPW/04) 18569 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 115. 19-R-4106 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a city truck spraying salt onto her vehicle on January 28, 2019 at Marietta Andrew Young Blvd. (DPW/04) 18639 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 116. 19-R-4107 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole in the road on February 20, 2018 at 464 Windsor Street NW (DPW/04) 18700 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 117. 19-R-4108 : For Personal Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a slip and fall on October 27, 2017 at Peachtree Street. (DPW/04) 18729 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 118. 19-R-4109 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole in the road on February 3, 2016 at 225 Baker Street. (DPW/04) 18772 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 119. 19-R-4110 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a sidewalk incident on February 11, 2017 at 267 Marietta Street NW. (DPW/04) 18800 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 120. 19-R-4111 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on February 24, 2019 at I-75/85 and I-20. (DPW/04) 18815 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 121. 19-R-4112 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a trip and fall on an uneven sidewalk on February 21, 2014 at 232 Forsyth Street SW. (DPW/04) 18822 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 122. 19-R-4113 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on May 11, 2019 at 1614 MLK Jr. Blvd SW. (DPW/04) 18824 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 123. 19-R-4114 : For Personal Injury Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a trip and fall on a city sidewalk on September 4, 2018. (DPW/04) 18845 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 124. 19-R-4115 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of hitting a pothole on April 13, 2018 at Baker Street N.W. and Williams Street N.W. (DPW/04) 18885 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 125. 19-R-4116 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of hitting a pothole on January 26, 2019 at the Intersection of 8th and West Peachtree Street N.W. (DPW/04) 18886 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 126. 19-R-4117 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on January 24, 2019 at I-75 South and I-20. (DPW/04) 18888 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 127. 19-R-4118 : For bodily injury sustained as a Result of trip and fall on a sidewalk on September 29, 2015 at Peachtree Street NE, between the intersections of Pine Street Ivan Allen. (DPW/05) 18475 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 128. 19-R-4119 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over an uneven roadway on January 1, 2017 at Peachtree Street. (DPW/05) 18502 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 129. 19-R-4120 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of hitting a pothole on January 29, 2018 at 10th Street. (DPW/05) 18524 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 130. 19-R-4121 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on July 6, 2017 at Moreland Avenue. (DPW/05) 18531 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 131. 19-R-4122 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a fall on the sidewalk on June 15, 2016 at 99 Jesse Hill Jr., Drive SE. (DPW/05) 18544 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 132. 19-R-4123 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on February 22, 2019 at 116 Moreland Avenue, SE. (DPW/05) 18548 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 133. 19-R-4124 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on June 12, 2018 at McLendon Ave Howard Circle. (DPW/05) 18575 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 134. 19-R-4125 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a pothole on March 13, 2018 at 1518 Clifton Road. (DPW/06) 18478 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 135. 19-R-4126 : For Bodily injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a slip-and-fall incident on ice on November 28, 2018 at 2115 Piedmont Road, NE. (DPW/06) 18525 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 136. 19-R-4127 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on May 6, 2019 at Piedmont E. Morningside. (DPW/06) 18560 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 137. 19-R-4128 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of stepping into an uncovered storm drain grate on September 20, 2014 at Buford Spring Connector (SR-13). (DPW/06) 18583 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 138. 19-R-4129 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a trash receptacle incident on September 4, 2018 at 569 Greenwood Avenue, NE. (DPW/06) 18615 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 139. 19-R-4130 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole in the road on April 13, 2019 at 1624 Johnson Road . (DPW/06) 18693 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 140. 19-R-4131 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on December 9, 2013 at 1970 Lenox Road NE. (DPW/06) 18812 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 141. 19-R-4132 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole in the road on December 8, 2016 at 2799 Piedmont Road. (DPW/07) 18503 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 142. 19-R-4133 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on January 3, 2019 at 1311 West Paces Ferry Road. (DPW/07) 18534 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 143. 19-R-4134 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of vibrations from street resurfacing on November 28, 2016 at 829 Loridans Dr. (DPW/07) 18601 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 144. 19-R-4135 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of debris from a City vehicle on January 23, 2018 at GA 400 N and I-85. (DPW/07) 18794 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 145. 19-R-4136 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of his trash bin being discarded on February 6, 2019 at 2347 Paul Avenue, NW. (DPW/09) 18565 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 146. 19-R-4137 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of Striking a City trash can on December 31, 2015 at 1673 Mount Paran Road NW. (DPW/08) 18437 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 147. 19-R-4138 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of Automobile accident on April 13, 2017 at 3 Bohler Lane. (DPW/08) 18476 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 148. 19-R-4139 : Claimant alleges property damage from driving over a pothole on 12/23/2018 at Paces Forest and Paces Ferry Road (DPW/08) 18489 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 149. 19-R-4140 : Claimant alleges property damage due to driving over a pothole on January 13, 2019 at West Paces Ferry Road and Habersham Road (DPW/08) 18492 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 150. 19-R-4141 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a pothole/street defect on May 8, 2018 at 35 Putnam Circle NE. (DPW/08) 18546 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 151. 19-R-4142 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on February 21, 2018 at 3754 Roswell Road. (DPW/08) 18551 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 152. 19-R-4143 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on February 22, 2019 at 3700 Roswell Road, NE. (DPW/08) 18556 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 153. 19-R-4144 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on May 13, 2019 at 1959 Howell Mill Road. (DPW/08) 18558 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 154. 19-R-4145 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on August 13, 2018 at Northside Parkway Paces Ferry Road. (DPW/08) 18568 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 155. 19-R-4146 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a Sanitation Truck driving over landscaped area on June 27, 2016 at 4111 Hillside Place NW. ( DPW/08) 18584 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 156. 19-R-4147 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a solid waste incident on March 2, 2017 at 4075 Glen Devon Drive, NW. (DPW/08) 18603 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 157. 19-R-4148 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole in the roadway on March 6, 2016 at Northside Drive and Peachtree Battle. (DPW/08) 18667 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 158. 19-R-4149 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of repaving the road on July 7, 2017 at 4508 Northside Drive, NW. (DPW/08) 18692 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 159. 19-R-4150 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of hitting a pothole on April 3, 2018 at 805-877 Collier Rd. (DPW/08) 18756 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 160. 19-R-4151 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a City Vehicle driving through his front yard on October 30, 2015 at 1929 Ford Street NW. (DPW/09) 18829 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 161. 19-R-4152 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of property damage sustained from a pothole on January 30, 2016 at 1232 Grand View Drive SE, Mableton, GA 30126 (DPW/08) 18830 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 162. 19-R-4153 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of hitting a pothole on December 18, 2015 at Ellsworth Industrial Blvd NW. (DPW/09) 18850 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 163. 19-R-4154 : For bodily injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained from a fall at 33 Peachtree Street on May 19, 2018 at 33 Peachtree Street. (DPW/09) 18889 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 164. 19-R-4155 : For Property damage alleged to have been sustained as a result of running over a pothole on 04/01/2019 at 795 Bellemeade Avenue NW. (DPW/09) 18890 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 165. 19-R-4156 : Claimant alleges property damage due to driving over a pothole on January 21, 2019 at Bolton Road (dpw/9) 18490 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 166. 19-R-4157 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of hitting a damaged curb on June 8, 2018 at 1000 Huff Road. (DPW/09) 18517 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 167. 19-R-4158 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on January 26, 2018 on Huff Road. (DPW/09) 18520 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 168. 19-R-4159 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a City of Atlanta Tuck backing into mailbox on July 20, 2017 at 2071 Arlington Circle, NW. (DPW/09) 18538 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 169. 19-R-4160 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on January 4, 2019 at 1495 Chattahoochee Avenue. ( DPW/09) 18578 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 170. 19-R-4161 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on March 18, 2019 at Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway. (DPW/09) 18614 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 171. 19-R-4162 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of hitting a pothole on February 27, 2019 at 1400 / 1401 Marietta Blvd NW. (DPW/09) 18683 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 172. 19-R-4163 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on February 1, 2019 at 1043 Sims Avenue NW. (DPW/09) 18725 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 173. 19-R-4164 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a vehicular accident on October 22, 2015 at Paul Drive. (DPW/09) 18752 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 174. 19-R-4165 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a pothole on January 11, 2017 at 3804 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive SW. (DPW/10) 18480 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 175. 19-R-4166 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on March 2. 2018 at Cascade Road. (DPW/10) 18588 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 176. 19-R-4167 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over unfinished road work on January 9, 2018 at Larchwood Road. (DPW/10) 18607 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 177. 19-R-4168 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of sidewalk construction on February 6, 2017 at 467 Lynhurst Drive SW. (DPW/10) 18666 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 178. 19-R-4169 : Claimant alleges property damage sustained from Solid Waste vehicle driving onto her driveway September 1, 2017 at 2329 Sand Hill Place S.W. (DPW/11) 18487 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 179. 19-R-4170 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a construction cut or pothole on March 17, 2018 at 3620 Camp Creek Parkway. (DPW/11) 18540 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 180. 19-R-4171 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole in the road on April 16, 2018 at Eastbound on Southside Industrial Pkwy. (DPW/12) 18505 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 181. 19-R-4172 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of rocks being thrown from grass cutting on September 14, 2018 at Cleveland Avenue. (DPW/12) 18557 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 182. 19-R-4173 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of his vehicle being towed on November 6, 2018 at Cleveland Avenue. (DPW/12) 18566 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 183. 19-R-4174 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a trash can striking his side mirror on March 5, 2019 at 106 West Lake Avenue NW. (DPW/12) 18668 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 184. 19-R-4175 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of hitting a pot hole on January 23, 2016 at 500 Cleveland Ave, Atlanta, GA (DPW/12) 18783 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 185. 19-R-4176 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on May 22, 2016 at HollyBrook Road. (DPW/NA) 18554 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 186. 19-R-4177 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on October 1, 2016 at 1188 Moreland Blvd McDonough Blvd. (DPW/NA) 18606 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 187. 19-R-4178 : For Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of his vehicle being towed on January 1, 2018. (DPW/NA) 18631 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 188. 19-R-4179 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained during the course and scope of her employment with the City of Atlanta on December 26, 2018. (DPW/NA) 18741 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 189. 19-R-4180 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on April 4, 2019 at an unspecified location. (DPW/N/A) 18751 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 190. 19-R-4181 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on August 3, 2017 at Old National Highway. (DPW/NA) 18784 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 191. 19-R-4182 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of hitting a pothole on February 26, 2016 at Riverside Drive NW and Waycrest Drive. (DPW/NA) 18828 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 192. 19-R-4183 : For Bodily Injury Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of stepping in a hole in the sidewalk on August 16, 2018. (DPW/NA) 18837 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 193. 19-R-4184 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of hitting a pothole on December 29, 2018 at 3127 Camp Creek Parkway. (DPW/NA) 18841 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 194. 19-R-4185 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on June 1, 2016 at 1316 Boulevard, SE Custer Avenue. (DWM/01) 18527 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 195. 19-R-4186 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a construction cut on August 22, 2018 at McDonough Blvd. (DWM/01) 18597 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 196. 19-R-4187 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of repairs to the sewer system on December 12, 2016 at 622 Hill Street SE (DWM/01) 18662 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 197. 19-R-4188 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of when neighbor's water meter was installed on April 13, 2016 at 6160 Mtn. Brook Way. (DWM/02) 18499 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 198. 19-R-4189 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a construction cut in the road on February 22, 2017 at 172 Ted Turner Dr., NW. (DWM/02) 18507 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 199. 19-R-4190 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a metal plate that had shifted on September 30, 2018 at 3850 Piedmont Road. (DWM/02) 18509 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 200. 19-R-4191 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a street cut on January 11, 2019 at 708 Spring Street, NW. (DWM/02) 18535 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 201. 19-R-4192 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on March 17, 2019 at 10th Street, NE. (DWM/02) 18552 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 202. 19-R-4193 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of her water meter burst on June 1, 2018 at 215 Grogans Landing. (DWM/02) 18586 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 203. 19-R-4194 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a grate in the roadway on November 12, 2018 at Peachtree 15th Street. (DWM/02) 18591 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 204. 19-R-4195 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a sewer grate on January 14, 2019 at John W. Dobbs Ave. (DWM/02) 18640 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 205. 19-R-4196 : For Property Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of Repairs By DWM on January 11, 2019 at 491 Sterling Street. (DWM/02) 18887 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 206. 19-R-4197 : For bodily injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of stepping into an uncovered manhole on the sidewalk on July 9, 2017 at 1029 MLK Jr., Drive. (DWM/03) 18522 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 207. 19-R-4198 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a manhole cover on March 26, 2017 at 1250 W. Marietta St., NW. (DWM/03) 18533 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 208. 19-R-4199 : Claimant alleges bodily injury sustained from an open water meter on August 8, 2013 on Peter Street. (DWM/04) 18486 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 209. 19-R-4200 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a raised manhole on May 31, 2018 at Atlanta Student Union Blvd. (DWM/04). 18567 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 210. 19-R-4201 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of falling into a uncovered manhole on September 5, 2014 at 1191 Oakland Lane, SW. ( DWM/04) 18581 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 211. 19-R-4202 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a Watershed Management accounting/billing dispute on April 22, 2019 at 291 Glenn Street SW. (DWM/04) 18620 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 212. 19-R-4203 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a construction cut on April 13, 2019 at 288 Ralph D. Abernathy Blvd. (DWM/04) 18689 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 213. 19-R-4204 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a water meter incident on February 16, 2016 at 3775 Mansell Road, Alpharetta, GA 30022. (DWM/04) 18827 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 214. 19-R-4205 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of service activation for water on January 24, 2017 at 1263 McPherson Avenue SE. (DWM/05) 18663 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 215. 19-R-4206 : For Property Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of Work Done By DWM on January 15, 2019 at 312 Gordon Avenue NE. (DWM/05) 18884 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 216. 19-R-4207 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a construction cut on December 4, 2018 at 17th Street West Peachtree. (DWM/06) 18571 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 217. 19-R-4208 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of repairs to the sewer line on February 1, 2016 at 756 San Antonio Drive NE, Atlanta, GA 30306. (DWM/06) 18653 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 218. 19-R-4209 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a sewer back-up on November 13, 2016 at 1585 East Sussex Road NE. (DWM/06) 18757 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 219. 19-R-4210 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a storm grate/catch basin on October 25, 2017 at 3580 Piedmont Rd NE. (DWM/07) 18579 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 220. 19-R-4211 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a water valve on May 23, 2018 at 44 Deering Rd., NW. (DWM/08) 18555 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 221. 19-R-4212 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a water bill dispute on January 1, 2016 at 1 Buckhead Loop, NE. (DWM/07) 18634 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 222. 19-R-4213 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a street defect on December 11, 2018 at 3211 West Paces Ferry Road. (DWM/08) 18570 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 223. 19-R-4214 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a sewer back-up on September 22, 2015 at 1956 Northside Drive. (DWM/08) 18852 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 224. 19-R-4215 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a sewer back-up on February 16, 2015 at 1956 Northside Drive. (DWM/08) 18865 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 225. 19-R-4216 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a city repair project following a hydrant leak on March 1, 2016 at 2516 Fernleaf Court, NW. (DWM/09) 18536 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 226. 19-R-4217 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a water main break on November 23, 2016 at 1756 Habershal Drive. (DWM/09) 18550 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 227. 19-R-4218 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a ruptured water line on December 1, 2017 at 1475 North Avenue NW. (DWM/09) 18697 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 228. 19-R-4219 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a water meter issue on September 5, 2017 at 1200 - 1240 Glenview Ct. NW. (DWM/09) 18711 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 229. 19-R-4220 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of stepping on a water meter on August 3, 2014 at Mildred Place. (DWM/09) 18755 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 230. 19-R-4221 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have been Sustained from a water main break on May 16, 2016 at 2516 Oldknow Drive, NW. (DWM/09) 18798 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 231. 19-R-4222 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a sewer back up on April 5, 2017 at 485 Charter Oak Drive, SW. (DWM/10) 18510 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 232. 19-R-4223 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a spike in the water pressure on October 23, 2018 at 3648 Fairlane Dr., NW. (DWM/10) 18529 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 233. 19-R-4224 : For property damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of sewage backup on April 1, 2018 at 1451 Centra Village Dr. SW, Atlanta, GA. (DWM/11) 18405 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 234. 19-R-4225 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of the City performing sewer repair on August 14,2018 at 2761 Connally Drive, SW. (DWM/11) 18564 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 235. 19-R-4226 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of the City performing sewer repair on August 16, 2018 at 2761 Connally Drive, SW. (DWM/11) 18574 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 236. 19-R-4227 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a sewer back up on April 24, 2018 at 1985 Marvin Lane SW. (DWM/11) 18643 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 237. 19-R-4228 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over an exposed sewer main on November 1, 2018 at Humphries and Ralph David Abernathy. (DWM/12) 18652 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 238. 19-R-4229 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a metal plate on February 9, 2018 on 3401 Brownmill Road. (DWM/12) 18701 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 239. 19-R-4230 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a cut fiber on June 26,2018 at Smoke Ridge Dr Merrywood Dr. (DWM/NA) 18561 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 240. 19-R-4231 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of the repair of a water main on February 15, 2019 at 590 Spender Trace. (DWM/NA) 18562 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 241. 19-R-4232 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a water main break that was due to an improperly marked water line on March 7, 2017 at Sparta Blvd. (DWM/NA) 18587 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 242. 19-R-4233 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of repairs to a water meter on March 1, 2019 at 8330 Hewlett Road, Atlanta, GA 30350. (DWM/N/A) 18661 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 243. 19-R-4234 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a water hydrant repair and pressure spike on March 26, 2019 at 8975 Ridgemont Drive. (DWM/NA) 18665 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 244. 19-R-4235 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of excavation work by the City on August 21, 2018 at 5643 Valley Loop, Lot 531 Pikefarm Trail. (DWM/N/A) 18669 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 245. 19-R-4236 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of stepping into an open water meter on December 29, 2018 at 5900 Roswell Road (DWM / N/A) 18698 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 246. 19-R-4237 : For Personal Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of stepping into an uncovered water valve on July 30, 2016 at 3900 Aviation Circle. (DWM/NA) 18749 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 247. 19-R-4238 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on February 26, 2016 at I-285 and South Atlanta Road. (DWM/N/A) 18789 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 248. 19-R-4239 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of repairs by the City on May 3, 2017 at 797 CypressStreet (DWM/NA) 18795 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 249. 19-R-4240 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a phone incident on May 16, 2019. (MO/12) 18695 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 250. 19-R-4241 : For Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an arrest incident on January 26, 2018. (MUN/02) 18687 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 251. 19-R-4242 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of missed violations by a City Inspector on August 7, 2017 at 572 Clifton Street SE (PCD/05) 18718 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 252. 19-R-4243 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on December 30, 2015 at Piedmont Road NE and Martina Drive (PCD/08) 18793 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 253. 19-R-4244 : For Personal Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained on August 4, 2018 at 1530 Woodbine Avenue SE. (PRC/05) 18814 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 254. 19-R-4245 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of hitting a pothole on September 16, 2016 at West Peachtree Street. (NA/02) 18471 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 255. 19-R-4246 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a Automobile Accident on December 12, 2016 at 410 Felton Drive. (NA/02) 18474 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 256. 19-R-4247 : For Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a citation dispute on June 21, 2018 at Entertainment Peachtree Center. (NA/02) 18577 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 257. 19-R-4248 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a failed construction cut on January 10, 2018 at 1161 Ponce De Leon Avenue NE. (NA/02) 18745 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 258. 19-R-4249 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a sidewalk defect on September 24, 2015 at 870 Mayson Turner Road NW., 1110 Atlanta, GA 30314 (DPW/03) 18770 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 259. 19-R-4250 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an open construction cut on April 7, 2017 at 23 Jospeh E. Lowery Blvd. (NA/03) 18891 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 260. 19-R-4251 : Claimant alleges property damage from driving over a pothole on December 2, 2018 at I-20 West (N/A/04) 18493 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 261. 19-R-4252 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a slip-and-fall incident on October 30, 2018 at State Farm Arena. (NA/04) 18678 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 262. 19-R-4253 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on December 1, 2018 at White Street Lee Street. (NA/04) 18694 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 263. 19-R-4254 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of being struck by a motorist while crossing a City Street on December 5, 2015 at W. Whitehall Street. (N/A/04) 18785 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 264. 19-R-4255 : For Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained on October 4, 2018 at 183 Edgewood Ave NE. (NA/05) 18612 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 265. 19-R-4256 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of vehicular accident on April 16, 2019 at Memorial Drive. (NA/05) 18799 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 266. 19-R-4257 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of Park Atlanta contacting him over false parking tickets on March 11, 2016 at 875 Arlington Place. (NA/06) 18514 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 267. 19-R-4258 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a street defect on a bridge on August 4, 2018 at the on ramp to 400 south. (NA/06) 18618 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 268. 19-R-4259 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on March 26, 2017 at North Avenue and Northside Drive (N/A/06) 18720 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 269. 19-R-4260 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of being attacked by a homeless man on April 30, 2019 at 34 Peachtree Street NW, Suite 700. (NA/07) 18627 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 270. 19-R-4261 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a construction cut on November 1, 2017 at 3714 Roswell Road in front of SunTrust Bank. (NA/07) 18826 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 271. 19-R-4262 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a road resurfacing project on March 1, 2018 at Collier Drive. (NA/08) 18518 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 272. 19-R-4263 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of falling while at school on December 13, 2018 at 4360 Powers Ferry Road. (NA/08) 18595 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 273. 19-R-4264 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on March 13, 2019 at I-75 South. (NA/08) 18598 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 274. 19-R-4265 : Claimant alleges bodily injury due to a vehicle accident on September 24, 2018 at Charlotte Place (N/A/09) 18488 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 275. 19-R-4266 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of striking a construction cone in the roadway on April 2, 2019 at 1331 Marietta Blvd, NW. (NA/09) 18537 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 276. 19-R-4267 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over an uncovered railroad track on May 9, 2018 at 1425 English Street. (NA/09) 18589 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 277. 19-R-4268 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on February 1, 2019 at Bolton Rd and I-285 South. (NA/09) 18656 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 278. 19-R-4269 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on March 22, 2019 at I-20 West exit 49. (NA/10) 18596 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 279. 19-R-4270 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a vehicular accident with a school bus on March 27, 2019 at 3660 Campbellton Road SW. (NA/10) 18637 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 280. 19-R-4271 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on April 1, 2019 at Interstate 20. (NA/10) 18641 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 281. 19-R-4272 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of dirt from the City on August 1, 2018 at 2066 Snow Road, SW. (NA/11) 18519 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 282. 19-R-4273 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a vehicular accident with a school bus on December 5, 2018 at Cascade Road. (NA/11) 18644 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 283. 19-R-4274 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on January 10, 2019 at Interstate 285 at Campbellton Road exit. (NA/11) 18647 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 284. 19-R-4275 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a vehicular accident with a school bus on March 27, 2019 at 3660 Campbellton Road, SW. (NA/11) 18677 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 285. 19-R-4276 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of vehicular accident with a school bus on March 27, 2019 at 3660 Campbellton Roas, SW. (NA/11) 18679 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 286. 19-R-4277 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on April 18, 2019 at Ralph D. Abernathy, SW. (NA/12) 18506 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 287. 19-R-4278 : For Proeprty Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a piece of metal debris on May 16, 2019 at I-285 at Jonesboro Rd SE. (NA/12) 18659 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 288. 19-R-4279 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on May 24, 2019 at Highway 166 West. (NA/12) 18670 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 289. 19-R-4280 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of damage from a pothole on April 21, 2019 at Off Ramp 166-E onto Lakewood Ave (N/A / 12) 18688 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 290. 19-R-4281 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a motor vehicle accident on July 8, 2018 at Dill Avenue. (NA/12) 18710 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 291. 19-R-4282 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole in the road on April 6, 2019 on off Ramp of 166-E on Lakewood Avenue. (N/A/12) 18724 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 292. 19-R-4283 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a motor vehicle accident on July 8, 2018 at Dill Avenue. (NA/12) 18797 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 293. 19-R-4284 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of being a passenger on a Marta bus on September 20, 2018 at South Fulton, GA. (NA/NA) 18494 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 294. 19-R-4285 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of auto striking damaged driveway on December 12,2016 at 7010 Brentwood Ct. (NA/NA) 18528 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 295. 19-R-4286 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on January 1, 2019 at Conley Rd. (NA/NA) 18559 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 296. 19-R-4287 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on December 29,2018 at Oakley Industrial Blvd. (NA/NA) 18563 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 297. 19-R-4288 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on March 23, 2019 at I-285 Bouldercrest Road. (NA/NA) 18573 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 298. 19-R-4289 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on November 10, 2018 at 5680 Old Bill Cook Road. (NA/NA) 18585 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 299. 19-R-4290 : For Bodily Injuries Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an automobile accident on April 17, 2019 at Hapeville. (NA/NA) 18753 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 300. 19-R-4291 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on January 10, 2019 at 3687 Briarcliff Rd. (NA/NA) 18676 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 301. 19-R-4292 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on January 19, 2019 at I-285 exit before Perimeter Mall. (NA/NA) 18713 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 302. 19-R-4293 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on February 26, 2019 at Highway 285 west. (NA/NA) 18590 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 303. 19-R-4294 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on March 12, 2019 at I-20. (NA/NA) 18593 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 304. 19-R-4295 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on April 9, 2019 at GA-400 Southbound. (NA/NA) 18599 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 305. 19-R-4296 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on May 5, 2019 at Highway 154/166. (NA/NA) 18608 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 306. 19-R-4297 : For Personal injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of vehicular accident on March 16, 2019. (NA/NA) 18609 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 307. 19-R-4298 : For bodily injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of riding in a vehicle that struck a metal rail that was left on an entrance ramp on September 13, 2018 at I-285 at Donald Lee Hollowell. (NA/NA) 18610 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 308. 19-R-4299 : For Bodily Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of an incident in a parking lot on April 10, 2019 at 3217 Mercer University Drive, Macon, GA. (NA/NA) 18621 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 309. 19-R-4300 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on February 26, 2019 at 1075 South Loop Road, College Park, GA. (NA/NA) 18622 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 310. 19-R-4301 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on February 14, 2019 at I-285 West. (NA/NA) 18629 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 311. 19-R-4302 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on January 18, 2019 at 3687 Briarcliff Rd NE. (NA/NA) 18646 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 312. 19-R-4303 : For property damage alleged to have been sustained from driving over a pothole on March 13, 2019 at I-285 and Peachtree Dunwoody Exit (N/A/NA ) 18651 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 313. 19-R-4304 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on April 15, 2019 at I-285 East. (NA/NA) 18654 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 314. 19-R-4305 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on April 14, 2019 at I-285 East. (NA/NA) 18630 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 315. 19-R-4306 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on March 3, 2019 at I-85. (NA/NA) 18660 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 316. 19-R-4307 : For Damage(s) Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a motor vehicle accident on July 8, 2018 at Sylvan Road and Dill Ave (N/A/11) 18671 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 317. 19-R-4308 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole in the road on December 8, 2016 at 2799 Piedmont Road. (DPW/07) 18504 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 318. 19-R-4309 : For Bodily injuries sustained as a result of a motor vehicle accident on July 8, 2018 at Sylvan Road. 18511 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 319. 19-R-4310 : Claimant alleges bodily injury sustained as result of a motor vehicle accident on July 8, 2018 at Dill Ave 18512 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 320. 19-R-4311 : For Property Damage Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of driving over a pothole on October 1, 2018 at I-285. (NA/09) 18658 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout 321. 19-R-4323 : For Personal Injury Alleged to Have Been Sustained as a Result of a trip and fall on a City street on October 21, 2017 at Historic Fourth Ward Park. (DPW/05) 18782 Adversed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Resolution Printout SECTION II ORDINANCE(S) FOR FIRST READING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE 1. 19-O-1455 : AN ORDINANCE BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ACCEPT AND SIGN A SUPPLEMENTAL GRANT AGREEMENT WITH THE UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA) IN THE AMOUNT OF FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 450,000.00) FOR THE BROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM; AMENDING THE 2019 INTERGOVERNMENTAL GRANT FUND BUDGET BY ADDING TO ANTICIPATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS IN THE AMOUNT OF FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 450,000.00); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout 2. 19-O-1456 : AN ORDINANCE BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA ( CITY ) TO ENTER INTO AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH THE ATLANTA DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY DOING BUSINESS AS INVEST ATLANTA TO CONTINUE THE WORK OF THE WESTSIDE BLIGHT REMEDIATION PROJECT IN THE ENGLISH AVENUE AND VINE CITY NEIGHBORHOODS FOR A TERM TO RETROACTIVELY COMMENCE ON FEBRUARY 20, 2018 AND EXPIRE DECEMBER 31, 2021; TO AUTHORIZE THE USE OF FUNDS FROM THE WESTSIDE TAX ALLOCATION BOND DISTRICT, NUMBER 1, AS AMENDED-ATLANTA/WESTSIDE ( WESTSIDE TAD ); AND AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY TO ESTABLISH A TRUST FUND ACCOUNT FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING FUNDS FROM THE WESTSIDE TAD TO BE USED FOR BLIGHT REMEDIATION ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN BY THE CITY WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF THE WESTSIDE TAD; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout 3. 19-O-1457 : A ORDINANCE BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO RATIFY SERVICES RENDERED FROM JULY 1, 2019 AND REINSTATE AND ENTER INTO RENEWAL NUMBER ONE OF THE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENTS ENTERED INTO WITH GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH FOUNDATION (AFTER-SCHOOL ALL STARS), KIDSGYM USA INCORPORATED, SOCCER IN THE STREETS INC., HANDS ON ATLANTA, YOUTH SCIENCE ACADEMY INC., GREENING YOUTH FOUNDATION INC., CETA FOUNDATION INC., DANCE CANVAS INC., 3G PUBLISHING INC., IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED SEVEN HUNDRED AND FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 704,000.00) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING AFTERSCHOOL SERVICES AT CENTERS OF HOPE LOCATIONS ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION; ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM FUND DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION AND ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Afterschool Vendors Packet PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE 4. 19-O-1454 : AN ORDINANCE BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ENTER INTO RENEWAL 1 WITH MORRIS MCDANIEL, INC., (MORRIS MCDANIEL) FOR FC-8547, LIEUTENANTS AND CAPTAINS TESTING, ON BEHALF OF THE ATLANTA FIRE RESCUE DEPARTMENT ( AFRD ), THAT THE TERM OF RENEWAL NO. 1 WILL BE EFFECTIVE RETROACTIVELY ON MARCH 25, 2019 THROUGH MARCH 24, 2020, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED ONE HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ( 148,500.00) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATIONS; TO WAIVE THE COMPETITIVE SOURCE SELECTION REQUIREMENTS CONTAINED IN SECTION 2-1187 OF ARTICLE X OF THE PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES; ALL COSTS TO BE CHARGED TO 1001 (GENERAL FUND), 230102 (FIRE RESCUE ADMINISTRATION), 5212001 (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL SERV), 3510000 (FIRE ADMINISTRATION); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE 5. 19-O-1441 : AN ORDINANCE BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE FY2020 AIRPORT RENEWAL AND EXTENSION FUND (5502) BUDGET BY ADDING TO ANTICIPATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS GRANT FUNDS IN THE AMOUNT OF 201,370.00 FROM THE GEORGIA ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION DIVISION ( GAEPD ) FOR THE 2015 EPA CLEAN WATER ACT GRANT FOR STORMWATER INFILTRATION WORK IN THE SULLIVAN ROAD PARK RIDE LOT PROJECT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Amend FY2020 Budget 2 (Projects) Transmittal FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 6. 19-O-1437 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO AMEND THE FY2020 (CAPITAL ASSET FINANCE FUND) BUDGET BY ADDING TO ANTICIPATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS IN THE AMOUNT OF THIRTEEN MILLION EIGHT HUNDRED FORTY-FOUR THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND SIXTY DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 13,844,960.00), TO BE USED FOR THE ACQUISITION OF EQUIPMENT FOR ATLANTA INFORMATION MANAGEMENT, ATLANTA FIRE RESCUE, THE ATLANTA POLICE DEPARTMENT, THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, THE DEPARTMENT OF ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT, THE OFFICE OF CONTRACT COMPLIANCE, THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION, THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, THE DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING, AND THE SOLICITOR S OFFICE PURSUANT TO THE 2008 MASTER LEASE AND OPTION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF ATLANTA AND THE GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION, INC. ( GMA ); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Consolidated Ordinance - FY20 GMA Vehicle Equipment Purchases (002)- DOL 7-23-19 b. FY20 GMA Ordinance Exhibit A c. DPW LRF FY20 GMA Vehicle and Equipment Purchases d. FY20 GMA Projected Lease Payments e. DPW GMA COS Approved Legislation 7. 19-O-1442 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WAIVING THE COMPETITIVE SOURCE SELECTION REQUIREMENTS CONTAINED IN SECTION 2-1187 ARTICLE X PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXERCISE AND EXECUTE THE RENEWAL OPTION OF FC-5215 BUSINESS AND ENTERTAINMENT CONCESSIONS ON CONCOURSES T, E F CONCESSIONS AGREEMENT WITH BUSINESS TRAVELER SERVICES, INC., TO EXTEND THE AGREEMENT FOR A RENEWAL PERIOD OF THREE (3) YEARS COMMENCING ON MAY 1, 2019, AND TO RATIFY SERVICES PERFORMED UNDER FC-5215 FROM APRIL 30, 2019, TO THE EXECUTION OF THE RENEWAL TERM; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Business Traveler Services Renewal FC-5215 Transmittal b. Business Traveler Services Renewal FC-5215 Amendment No 2 8. 19-O-1443 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WAIVING THE COMPETITIVE SOURCE SELECTION REQUIREMENTS CONTAINED IN SECTION 2-1187 ARTICLE X PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXERCISE AND EXECUTE THE RENEWAL OPTION OF FC-5471 CONCOURSE E F RETAIL CONCESSIONS AGREEMENT WITH PARADIES-ATLANTA II, LLC TO EXTEND THE AGREEMENT FOR A RENEWAL PERIOD OF THREE (3) YEARS COMMENCING ON MARCH 16, 2019 AND TO RATIFY SERVICES PERFORMED UNDER FC-5471 FROM MARCH 15, 2019 TO THE EXECUTION OF THE RENEWAL TERM; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Paradies Atlanta II, LLC Renewal FC-5471 Transmittal b. Paradies Atlanta II, LLC Renewal FC-5471 Amendment No 2 Renewal 9. 19-O-1444 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WAIVING THE COMPETITIVE SOURCE SELECTION REQUIREMENTS CONTAINED IN SECTION 2-1187 ARTICLE X PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXERCISE AND EXECUTE THE RENEWAL OPTION OF FC-5470 CONCOURSE E F RETAIL CONCESSIONS AGREEMENT WITH WDFG LTL ATL JV, LLC TO EXTEND THE AGREEMENT FOR A RENEWAL PERIOD OF THREE (3) YEARS COMMENCING ON MARCH 16, 2019, AND TO RATIFY SERVICES PERFORMED UNDER FC-5470 FROM MARCH 15, 2019 TO THE EXECUTION OF THE RENEWAL TERM; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. WDFG LTL ATL JV FC-5470 Transmittal b. WDFG LTL ATL JV FC-5470 Renewal Amendment No 2 Renewal_Law Edit PA 10. 19-O-1445 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WAIVING THE COMPETITIVE SOURCE SELECTION REQUIREMENTS CONTAINED IN SECTION 2-1187 ARTICLE X PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO EXERCISE AND EXECUTE THE RENEWAL OPTION OF FC-5325 DUTY FREE CONCESSIONS AGREEMENT WITH DUTY FREE AMERICAS PEACHTREE, LLC TO EXTEND THE AGREEMENT FOR A RENEWAL PERIOD OF THREE (3) YEARS COMMENCING ON MAY 1, 2019, AND TO RATIFY SERVICES PERFORMED UNDER FC-5325 FROM APRIL 30, 2019, TO THE EXECUTION OF THE RENEWAL TERM; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Duty Free Americas Renewal FC-5325 Transmittal b. Duty Free Americas Renewal FC-5325 Amendment No 1 11. 19-O-1446 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, OR THE CHIEF PROCUREMENT OFFICER, OR HIS DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA ( CITY ) TO ACCEPT FROM THE ATLANTA DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY D/B/A INVEST ATLANTA ( INVEST ATLANTA ), ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS RECREATION, THE DONATION OF APPROXIMATELY 0.395 ACRES OF REAL PROPERTY LOCATED IN LAND LOT 140, 14th DISTRICT AND IDENTIFIED AS A PORTION OF FULTON COUNTY TAX PARCEL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER 14-0140-00050148 ( PROPERTY ) FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXPANDING ENOTA PARK IN CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 4; AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEEE, OR THE CHIEF PROCUREMENT OFFICER OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO EXECUTE ALL DOCUMENTS NECESSARY TO ACCEPT THE DONATION OF THE PROPERTY INCLUDING ALL DUE DILIGENCE COSTS AND CLOSING COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE DONATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 190726- Ordinance accepting InvestAtlanta Property for Enota Park-FinalDraft_1 b. Enota Park Packet 12. 19-O-1447 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA ( CITY ), TO EXECUTE ALL APPROPRIATE DOCUMENTS TO GRANT AN EASEMENT ON PROPERTY LOCATED IN LAND LOTS 117 AND 118 OF THE 17th DISTRICT FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA TAX PARCEL ID 17-0118 LL0210 TO GEORGIA POWER COMPANY FOR THE PURPOSES OF MAKING TRANSMISSION LINE IMPROVEMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH GEORGIA POWER PROJECT WEST WIEUCA RD FM LAKE FOREST DR TO POWERS FERRY RD PATH (FULTON COUNTY) DISTRIBUTION LINE LIMS 2019010133; ALL REVENUE RECEIVED TO BE DEPOSITED INTO THE FUND, DEPARTMENT, ORGANIZATION AND ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED; WAIVING ANY CONFLICTING PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE X, DIVISION 14, SUBSECTION III OF THE ATLANTA CITY CODE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. CLEAN - Georgia Power Transmission PATH Trail Project Legislation (Chastiain Park) (7.22.19) b. Ex A - EASEMENT Project PI L6814 W. Wieuca Rd from Lake Forest Dr to Powers Ferry Rd - PATH TRAIL PROJECT (Fulton Cty DL) c. Ex B - Map d. ADA packet 13. 19-O-1448 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO PERFORM A CITYWIDE SYSTEMATIC EVALUATION AND MAINTENANCE OF TRUST FUNDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF BETTER ALIGNMENT AND REPORTING WITHIN THE ORACLE CLOUD ENVIRONMENT; AND OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. TFM b. Trust Fund Maintenance Legislation 7.31.19 14. 19-O-1449 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS FOR FY2020, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED TWO HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 250,000.00), FROM THE GENERAL FUND NON-DEPARTMENTAL BUDGET FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING FUNDING TO THE FULTON COUNTY/CITY OF ATLANTA LAND BANK AUTHORITY, INC.; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. LBA b. ATLANTA LAND BANK ORDINANCE 73119 15. 19-O-1450 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AMENDMENT NO. 5 WITH ROCKDALE PIPELINE, INC./INTEGRAL MUNICIPAL SERVICES CORP., JV FOR FC-7163, ANNUAL CONTRACT FOR LARGE WATER METER INSTALLATION, ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATERSHED MANAGEMENT, TO EXTEND THE TERM OF THE AGREEMENT ON A MONTH-TO-MONTH BASIS FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED SIX (6) MONTHS, FOR TIME ONLY; TO WAIVE THE COMPETITIVE SOURCE SELECTION REQUIREMENTS CONTAINED IN SECTION 2-1187 OF ARTICLE X PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. ELMS - FC-7163 New 16. 19-O-1451 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO AMEND THE FY2020 GENERAL FUND BUDGET BY TRANSFERRING GENERAL FUND COMMITTED FUND BALANCE, IN THE AMOUNT OF THREE MILLION DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 3,000,000.00), TO FUND THE ZONING ORDINANCE REWRITE/UPDATE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout 17. 19-O-1452 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DISGENEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, TO EXECUTE ALL DOCUMENTS NECESSARY FOR THE ACQUISITION OF CERTAIN PROPERTY INTERESTS NECESSARY FOR THE MOORES MILL ROAD AND WEST WESLEY ROAD INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT; AUTHORIZING NEGOTIATIONS WITH PROPERTY OWNERS FOR THE ACQUISITION OF SUCH PROPERTY INTERESTS; AUTHORIZING TITLE SEARCHES, APPRAISALS, SURVEYS, AND ANY OTHER ITEMS NECESSARY FOR THE ACQUISITION OF SUCH PROPERTY INTERESTS; AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND THE CITY ATTORNEY, IN THE EVENT NEGOTIATIONS ARE UNSUCCESSFUL, TO INSTITUTE CONDEMNATION PROCEEDINGS PURSUANT TO THE DECLARATION OF TAKING METHOD, O.C.G.A. 32-3-1 ET SEQ.; WAIVING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE X, REAL ESTATE AND PROCUREMENT CODE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES, ON BEHALF OF THE RENEW ATLANTA BOND PROGRAM/TSPLOST; ALL CONTRACTED WORK AND PAYMENTS FOR PROPERTY INTERESTS TO BE PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Complete Package - Moores Mill ROW 18. 19-O-1453 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE WAIVING THE COMPETITIVE SOURCE SELECTION REQUIREMENTS CONTAINED IN SECTION 2-1187 ARTICLE X PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES AS WELL AS ANY OTHER CONFLICTING CODE PROVISIONS, ON A MONTH-TO MONTH BASIS NOT TO EXCEED SIX (6) MONTHS TO OBTAIN CONTINUED SERVICES FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION WITH ATLANTA AIRLINES TERMINAL COMPANY, LLC (FORMERLY KNOWN AS ATLANTA AIRLINES TERMINAL CORPORATION) TO PROVIDE AIRPORT DOCK TRAFFIC CONTROL SERVICES FOR SOUTHSIDE CARGO AIRLINES AND HANDLERS AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019, FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED SIX HUNDRED THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 630,000.00); ALL CONTRACTED WORK WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. AATC O M Transmittal b. AATC O M Exhibit A c. AATC O M Exhibit B d. AATC O M Exhibit C e. AATC O M Exhibit D CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE 19. 19-O-1438 : AN ORDINANCE BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO AMEND THE FY2020 WATER AND WASTEWATER RENEWAL AND EXTENSION FUND (5052) BUDGET IN THE AMOUNT OF THREE MILLION, SIX HUNDRED SEVENTY THOUSAND, SEVEN HUNDRED SEVENTY-SEVEN DOLLARS AND THIRTY-FIVE CENTS ( 3,670,777.35) TO TRANSFER FUNDS FROM THE CAPITAL PROJECT RESERVE FOR APPROPRIATIONS AND ADD FUNDS TO THE UPPER PROCTOR CREEK SEWER CAPACITY RELIEF PROJECT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. ELMS - B.A. for Upper Proctor Creek 20. 19-O-1439 : AN ORDINANCE BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO AMEND THE FY 2020 WATER AND WASTEWATER RENEWAL AND EXTENSION FUND (5052) BUDGET IN THE AMOUNT OF TEN MILLION DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 10,000,000.00) TO TRANSFER FUNDS FROM WATERSHED RESERVE FOR APPROPRIATIONS AND TO ADD FUNDS TO THE MOST STORMWATER MAINTENANCE AND RESTORATION PROGRAM PROJECT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. ELMS - B.A. for MOST Stormwater Project 21. 19-O-1440 : AN ORDINANCE BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO AMEND THE FY 2020 WATER AND WASTEWATER RENEWAL AND EXTENSION FUND (5052) BUDGET IN THE AMOUNT OF TWENTY MILLION DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 20,000,000.00) TO TRANSFER FUNDS FROM THE WATERSHED CAPITAL PROJECT RESERVE FOR APPROPRIATIONS AND ADD FUNDS TO THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING PROJECT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. ELMS - B.A. for CIP AE Services M. Report of Standing Committees COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE Ordinance(s) for Second Reading 1. 19-O-1086 : CDP-19-018 AN ORDINANCE BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE LAND USE ELEMENT OF THE 2016 CITY OF ATLANTA COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN (CDP) SO AS TO DESIGNATE PROPERTY AT 2951 GLENWOOD AVENUE TO SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL LAND USE DESIGNATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adversed [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout Resolution(s) 2. 19-R-4326 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCIL MEMBER JOYCE M. SHEPERD AS AMENDED BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ENTER INTO AN AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT, (IGA), BETWEEN THE CITY OF ATLANTA AND THE MCPHERSON IMPLEMENTING LOCAL REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, (MILRA), TO PROVIDE REDEVELOPMENT SERVICES; TO ADD FUNDS IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED ONE MILLION, THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 1,300,000.00), TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM FUND DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION AND ACCOUNT NUMBER LISTED; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted as Amended [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. 31 AMENDMENT NO 1 IGA AGAREEMENT MILRA c. 19r3457-EXHIBIT A Paper(s) Held in Committee 3. 18-O-1050 : ****AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER JOYCE M. SHEPERD TO AMEND THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA BY CREATING A NEW ARTICLE IN CHAPTER 46 CIVIC AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS WHICH IS TO BE KNOWN AS MURALS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY''; AMENDING SECTION 16-28.025 OF THE 1982 ZONING ORDINANCE TO RESERVE SAID SECTION FOR FUTURE USE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. 15 CREATING A NEW ARTICLE IN CHAPTER 46 CIVIC AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS 4. 18-R-3916 : ****A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER NATALYN M. ARCHIBONG AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ENTER INTO AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF ATLANTA AND THE ATLANTA DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY D/B/A INVEST ATLANTA FOR THE PROVISION OF REDEVELOPMENT SERVICES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. 7 IGA FOR ADA b. 7 attach 5. 18-O-1493 : AN ORDINANCE BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE ATLANTA CITY COUNCIL TO APPROVE PROPERTIES PROVIDED BY THE OFFICE OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AS FEASIBLE FOR DEVELOPMENT AS OWNER-OCCUPIED AFFORDABLE HOUSING UNDER THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING HOMESTEADING PROGRAM; TO BE ADVERTISED AND DISPOSED OF BY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE X, DIVISION 4, SECTION 2-1189 AND CHAPTER 54, ARTICLE 4, SECTION 54-86; TO WAIVE CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE, CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES, ARTICLE X; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. Surplus Property Ordinance Transmittal b. Surplus Properties Ordinance 2018 - Exhibit A c. Impact Statement Surplus Properties 2018 6. 18-O-1584 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER CARLA SMITH TO AMEND THE ATLANTA CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES PART III, LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE, PART 15 LAND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE, SECTION 15.08.002. TO ADD SUBSECTION (R) TO REQUIRE STREET ACCESS BE PROVIDED FOR ALL BUILDINGS AND IMPROVED LOTS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout 7. 18-O-1592 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER MICHAEL JULIAN BOND AMENDING THE 2019 INTERGOVERNMENTAL GRANT FUND BY ADDING TO ANTICIPATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS THE AMOUNT OF ______ FOR THE PURPOSE OF INCREASING THE FUNDING FOR THE ANTIOCH URBAN MINISTIRES MATTHEW PLACE HOPWA (HOUSING FOR PEOPLE WITH AIDS) PROJECT, TO AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED __________ AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout 8. 18-R-4339 : ****A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER ANDRE DICKENS REQUESTING THE PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE ATLANTA DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY D/B/A INVEST ATLANTA AND THE CHIEF PROCUREMENT OFFICER COMPLETE A DISPARITY STUDY LEADING TO AN INVEST ATLANTA DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE/MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM THAT IS CONSISTENT WITH THE CITY OF ATLANTA DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. PP 12 9. 18-R-4423 : ****A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER MICHAEL JULIAN BOND REQUESTING THE COMMISSIONER OF CITY PLANNING TO WORK WITH THE LAW AND FINANCE DEPARTMENTS TO REQUIRE A COMMUNITY BENEFITS AGREEMENT FOR ALL DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS INCURRING CITY PUBLIC FINANCING GREATER THAN ONE MILLION DOLLARS ( 1,000,000.00); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. PP 17 10. 19-O-1066 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS DUSTIN HILLIS, J. P. MATZIGKEIT, ANDRE DICKENS, CARLA SMITH, ANDREA L. BOONE, MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET, HOWARD SHOOK, JOYCE M. SHEPERD, JENNIFER N. IDE, CLETA WINSLOW, MICHAEL JULIAN BOND, NATALYN M. ARCHIBONG AND MATT WESTMORELAND TO CREATE A NEW SECTION 914.3 TITLED AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATORS IN PART III (LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE), APPENDIX A (BUILDING CODE AMENDMENTS), CHAPTER 1 (ADMINISTRATION), OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES TO REQUIRE ALL CITY BUILDINGS AND ALL NEWLY CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS TO INSTALL AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATORS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. 8 A NEW SECTION 914.3 11. 19-O-1122 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS MICHAEL JULIAN BOND, ANDREA L. BOONE, MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET, DUSTIN HILLIS, ANDRE DICKENS, AMIR R. FAROKHI, CARLA SMITH AND MATT WESTMORELAND REQUESTING THE COMMISSIONER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION AUTHORIZE PAYMENT TO JAMILA S ARTWORK FOR WORK PERFORMED AS A SENIOR CITIZEN EVENT PROGRAM COORDINATOR; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. 25. Authorize Payment to Jamila's Artwork 12. 19-O-1203 : ****AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS MATT WESTMORELAND, ANDRE DICKENS, MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET, JENNIFER N. IDE, NATALYN M. ARCHIBONG, JOYCE M. SHEPERD, AMIR R. FAROKHI, ANDREA L. BOONE, MICHAEL JULIAN BOND, CARLA SMITH, DUSTIN HILLIS AND J. P. MATZIGKEIT, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE TO ENTER INTO AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF ATLANTA AND THE ATLANTA DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY D/B/A INVEST ATLANTA FOR THE PROVISION OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SERVICES AND REDEVELOPMENT SERVICES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. Invest Atlanta IGA Exhibits 13. 19-O-1310 : CDP-19-21 AN ORDINANCE BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE LAND USE ELEMENT OF THE 2016 ATLANTA COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN (CDP) SO AS TO REDESIGNATE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1369 RALPH DAVID ABERNATHY BOULEVARD, S.W. FROM THE LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL 0-8 UNITS PER ACRE (LDR 0-8) LAND USE DESIGNATION TO MIXED USE LOW DENSITY (MU-LD) LAND USE DESIGNATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Z-19-011) NPU-T COUNCIL DISTRICT 4 Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. CDP-19-021 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard Legislation_final 14. 19-O-1312 : CDP-19-23 AN ORDINANCE BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE LAND USE ELEMENT OF THE 2016 ATLANTA COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN (CDP) SO AS TO REDESIGNATE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 0 STEWART AVE SW REAR (PARCEL ID. 14 00870007140), 0 MAYLAND CIR SW (PARCEL ID. 14 00870007133), 575 UNIVERSITY AVE SW, 1180 METROPOLITAN PKWY SW, 563 UNIVERSITY AVE SW, 1190 METROPOLITAN PKWY SW AND 1184 METROPOLITAN PKWY SW FROM MIXED USE LOW DENSITY (MU-LD) TO MIXED USE MEDIUM DENSITY (MU-MD) LAND USE DESIGNATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Z-19-017) NPU-V COUNCIL DISTRICT 12 Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. CDP-19-023 Stewart Univ Ave Mayland Cir Metropolitan Pkwy_final 15. 19-O-1321 : CDP-19-33 AN ORDINANCE BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE LAND USE ELEMENT OF THE 2016 ATLANTA COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN (CDP) SO AS TO REDESIGNATE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 114 WESLEY AVENUE, N.E. FROM THE LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL 0-8 UNITS PER ACRE (LDR 0-8) LAND USE DESIGNATION TO MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (MDR) LAND USE DESIGNATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES (Z-19-041). NPU-O COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. CDP-19-033 114 Wesley Avenue Legislation final 16. 19-O-1376 : AN ORDINANCE BY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICE COMMITTEE AMENDING ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES SECTION 110-76 PROHIBITED CONDUCT IN PARKS DURING OUTDOOR EVENTS, ASSEMBLIES IN ALL CITY OF ATLANTA PARKS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. Scooters Packet 17. 19-C-0087 : A COMMUNICATION FROM DR. JESSE HARRIS, CLERK TO THE COMMISSION OF THE FULTON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS TO PRESIDENT FELICIA A. MOORE SUBMITTING THE APPOINTMENT OF MS. SHALISE STEELE YOUNG TO THE ATLANTA BELTLINE AFFORDABLE HOUSING ADVISORY BOARD. THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF TWO (2) YEARS. Returned as HELD Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - Beltline Affordable Housing - Shalise Steele Young b. Shalise Steele-Young Resume c. Appointment Letter - Beltline Affordable Housing - Shalise Steele Young 18. 19-O-1416 : ****AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER AMIR R. FAROKHI TO AMEND CHAPTER 46 - CIVIC AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS, OF THE ATLANTA CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES TO DISSOLVE THE PUBLIC ARTS ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND THE MUNICIPAL ARTS ACCOUNT(S); TO CREATE A PUBLIC ARTS TRUST FUND; TO CREATE A NEW ARTICLE VI TO BE ENTITLED ARTS DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH REGULATIONS RELATED TO ARTS DEVELOPMENT; TO CREATE A NEW ARTICLE VII TO BE ENTITLED PUBLIC ARTS ADVISORY BOARD TO ESTABLISH REGULATIONS RELATED TO THE CREATION AND FUNCTION OF A PUBLIC ARTS ADVISORY BOARD; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. ADO Bill PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE Ordinance(s) for Second Reading 1. 18-O-1765 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS CLETA WINSLOW, JOYCE M. SHEPERD, AND AMIR R. FAROKHI AS SUBSTITUTED BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE TO AMEND CHAPTER 106 (OFFENSES AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS), ARTICLE VII (DRUG-FREE ZONES), DIVISION 1 (COMMERCIAL ZONES), SECTION 106-403 (A) (DESIGNATION OF DRUG-FREE COMMERCIAL ZONES) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA SO AS TO ADD NEW DRUG-FREE COMMERCIAL ZONES; TO RE-DESIGNATE THE EXISTING DRUG-FREE COMMERCIAL ZONES; TO AMEND THE 2019 CITY OF ATLANTA LEGISLATIVE PACKAGE SO AS TO INCLUDE THEREIN A BILL REQUESTING THE GEORGIA GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO ADOPT THE CITY OF ATLANTA DRUG-FREE COMMERCIAL ZONES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Filed [14 to 1] Ordinance Printout a. 12032018 Re-designation and Addition of Drug-Free Commercial Zones CM WINSLOW b. Exhibit A Sec d. 18-O-1765 as Substituted by PSLA on 03.12.2019 e. 18-O-1765 Exhibit B f. 18-O-1765 Exhibit C g. 18-O-1765 Exhibit D Paper(s) Held in Committee 2. 18-R-3971 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBERS MATT WESTMORELAND, JENNIFER N. IDE, AMIR R. FAROKHI, J. P. MATZIGKEIT, DUSTIN HILLIS, AND ANDRE DICKENS CALLING FOR THE CLOSURE OF THE ATLANTA CITY DETENTION CENTER, A TRANSPARENT, COMMUNITY-FOCUSED CONVERSATION TO ENSURE THE CONTINUED SAFETY OF THE CITY, DETERMINE THE REPURPOSING OF THE FACILITY AND THE REALLOCATION OF FUNDS, AND A COMPASSIONATE, EMPLOYEE-CENTERED PROCESS TO ENSURE A FAIR TRANSITION FOR ALL AFFECTED EMPLOYEES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout 3. 18-R-4211 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBERS ANDREA L. BOONE, DUSTIN HILLIS, MICHAEL JULIAN BOND, CLETA WINSLOW, NATALYN M. ARCHIBONG, JOYCE M. SHEPERD, CARLA SMITH, AND MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET REQUESTING THE CITY OF ATLANTA LAW DEPARTMENT TO CONDUCT AN EXTENSIVE REVIEW OF THE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., DRIVE MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION CLAIM REGARDING CHARGES FOR SECURITY PROVIDED AT THE 2018 RACE FOR THE DREAM MARATHON AND HALF MARATHON IN WHICH ONLY 50 OF THE PROMISED 80 ATLANTA POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICERS STAFFED THE EVENT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. 12 Review MLK Drive Merchants Association Claim 4. 19-O-1154 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET TO AMEND CHAPTER 10, ARTICLE II, SECTION 10-92(b) OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA ORDINANCES IN ORDER TO PROVIDE AN EXEMPTION FROM THE DISTANCE REQUIREMENTS SET FORTH IN SECTION 10-88.1 FOR PACKAGE STORES LICENSED TO SELL MALT BEVERAGES AND/OR WINE BY THE PACKAGE FOR CONSUMPTION OFF PREMISES FOR AN ESTABLISHMENT LOCATED AT 3113 CAMPBELLTON ROAD, S.W.; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout 5. 19-O-1176 : AN ORDINANCE BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA ( CITY ), TO EXECUTE A LEASE AGREEMENT WITH MCCALL REALTY, LLC, A GEORGIA LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, FOR APPROXIMATELY 2,375 RENTABLE SQUARE FEET OF OFFICE SPACE LOCATED AT 236 FORSYTH STREET SW, SUITE 402, ATLANTA, GEORGIA, FOR THE OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC DEFENDER FOR A TERM COMMENCING ON MAY 1, 2019 THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2020; AUTHORIZING THE PAYMENT OF RENT TO COMMENCE UPON CITY S POSSESSION OF THE PREMISES AT A BASE RENTAL IN THE AMOUNT OF 17.00 PER SQUARE FOOT ( 3,364.58 MONTHLY) FOR THE FIRST TWELVE MONTHS AND 17.77 PER SQUARE FOOT ( 3,515.99 MONTHLY) FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE TERM, AND OPERATING COSTS; AUTHORIZING EXPENDITURES TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM THE ACCOUNTS AS SHOWN; WAIVING ARTICLE X, SECTION 2-1546 OF THE PROCUREMENT CODE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. 236 Forsyth Street SW Suite 402 6. 19-R-3450 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER DUSTIN HILLIS AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, TO ISSUE TASK ORDER 1 FOR FC-9974, CITYWIDE CONTRACT FOR DEMOLITION AND ASBESTOS ABATEMENT SERVICES WITH KISSBERG CONSTRUCTION, INC. (A), SOUTHERN DEMOLITION ENVIRONMENTAL, INC., (B), AND MACK S HAULING, INC. FOR THE DEMOLITION OF FORMER FIRE STATION 28, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 20,000.00); ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNTS LISTED BELOW; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. 14 TASK ORDER FOR FC-9974 7. 19-O-1329 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER DUSTIN HILLIS AS SUBSTITUTED BY PUBLIC SAFETY LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF ATLANTA ON BEHALF OF THE ATLANTA FIRE RESCUE DEPARTMENT TO ACCEPT DONATIONS OF TANGIBLE GOODS FROM THE ATLANTA FIRE RESCUE FOUNDATION, EXCLUDING REAL ESTATE AND MONETARY DONATIONS, THE TOTAL VALUE OF WHICH SHALL NOT EXCEED SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 75,000.00) PER FISCAL YEAR; TO REQUIRE THE ATLANTA FIRE RESCUE DEPARTMENT TO PREPARE A REPORT DETAILING THE DONATIONS ACCEPTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AUTHORITY GRANTED BY THIS ORDINANCE TO BE PROVIDED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND TO BE PRESENTED TO THE ATLANTA CITY COUNCIL ON A QUARTERLY BASIS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. 5 FIRE RESCUE DONATIONS c. 19-O-1329 as Substituted by PSLA on 08.13.2019 8. 19-R-3733 : A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF DEKALB COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT V. CITY OF ATLANTA, ET AL., CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 2018-CV-306056 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF FULTON COUNTY, FOR AN AGREEMENT BY THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO TEMPORARILY REFRAIN FROM TAKING CERTAIN ACTIONS IN REGARD TO THE ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN PROPERTIES IN DEKALB COUNTY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. Final DCSD Emory Settlement Resolution 9. 19-O-1390 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS MICHAEL JULIAN BOND AND HOWARD SHOOK AS SUBSTITUTED BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES PART II (GENERAL ORDINANCES), CHAPTER 86 (HEALTH AND SANITATION), ARTICLE II (INDOOR AIR), SECTION 86-33 (AREAS EXEMPT FROM SMOKING PROHIBITIONS) TO ALLOW FOR THE EXEMPTION, THROUGH AN APPLICATION PROCESS, OF ESTABLISHMENTS LICENSED TO SELL ALCOHOL FOR CONSUMPTION ON THE PREMISES WHICH DERIVE AT LEAST TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ( 25,000.00) OF THEIR ANNUAL GROSS REVENUE FROM THE SALE OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. 20 c. 19-O-1390 as Substituted by PSLA on 07.09.2019 d. 19-O-1390 Amendment Form e. 19-O-1390 as Amended by PSLA on 08.13.2019 ZONING COMMITTEE Ordinance(s) for Second Reading 1. 19-O-1092 : Z-19-01 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM I-1/BL (LIGHT INDUSTRIAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO MRC-3/BL (MIXED RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1015 BOULEVARD, S.E., FRONTING 183.06 FEET ON THE WEST SIDE OF BOUELVARD, S.E. BEGINNING AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF BOULEVARD, S.E. WITH THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF WEST POINT RAILROAD. DEPTH: VARIES; AREA: 3.126 ACRES; LAND LOT 42, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: WAKEN CO.; APPLICANT: THE NRP GROUP LLP; NPU W COUNCIL DISTRICT 1 Adopted [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-001 Legal Description b. Z-19-001 Site Plan Amended c. Impact Statement Z-19-01 2. 19-O-1336 : Z-19-44 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-4A/BL (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO RG-3/BL (RESIDENTIAL GENERAL SECTOR 3/BELTLINE OVERLAY) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 891 NORTH AVENUE, N.W. FRONTING 116 FEET ON THE WEST SIDE OF LINDSAY STREET, N.W. BEGINNING AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF NORTH AVENUE, N.W. AND LINDSAY STREET, N.W. DEPTH: 90 FEET; AREA: .23 ACRES; LAND LOT 111, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: MATTHEW MAXWELL; APPLICANT: MATTHEW MAXWELL; NPU L COUNCIL DISTRICT 3 Adopted [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-44 Legal Description b. Z-19-44 Site Plan c. Impact Statement Z-19-044 3. 19-O-1338 : Z-19-46 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-4/BL (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO R-4B/BL (RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY/BELTLINE OVERLAY) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 709 RALPH MCGILL BOULEVARD, N.E. FRONTING 50 FEET ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RALPH MCGILL BOULEVARD, N.E. BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE SOUTHEAST SIDE OF RALPH MCGILL BOULEVARD, N.E. 151.7 FEET FROM THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF ASHLEY AVENUE, N.E. AND RALPH MCGILL BOULEVARD, N.E. DEPTH: 95 FEET; AREA: 0.108 ACRES; LAND LOT 18, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: REBECKA PRITCHARD; APPLICANT: KENNETH ELLSWORTH; NPU M COUNCIL DISTRICT 2 Adopted [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-46 Legal Description b. Z-19-46 Site Plan 4. 19-O-1339 : Z-19-47 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-4A/BL (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO RG-3/BL (RESIDENTIAL GENERAL SECTOR 3/BELTLINE OVERLAY) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 551 LINDSAY STREET, N.W. FRONTING 44.5 FEET ON THE EAST SIDE OF LINDSAY STREET, N.W. BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE EAST SIDE OF LINDSAY STREET, N.W. 44.5 FEET FROM THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LINDSAY STREET, N.W. AND NORTH AVENUE, N.W. DEPTH: 130 FEET; AREA: 0.207 ACRES; LAND LOT 111, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: MATTHEW MAXWELL; APPLICANT: MATTHEW MAXWELL; NPU L COUNCIL DISTRICT 3 Adopted [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-47 Legal Description b. Z-19-47 Site Plan c. Impact Statement Z-19-047 5. 19-O-1361 : Z-19-60 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER HOWARD SHOOK TO AMEND CHAPTER 18I OF THE ATLANTA ZONING ORDINANCE ENTITLED SPI-9 BUCKHEAD VILLAGE DISTRICT REGULATIONS FOR CORRECTIVE PURPOSES BY ATTACHING AND INCORPORATING PREVIOUSLY APPROVED CONDITIONS TO CERTAIN PARCELS AND TO REZONE THESE CERTAIN PARCELS TO ATTACH THESE CONDITIONS; AND TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP BY DENOTING ZONING DISTRICTS WITH PREVIOUSLY APPROVED CONDITIONS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES Adopted as Amended [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 9 AMEND CHAPTER 138 b. Exhibits 1-29 c. SPI -9 Exhibits 30-52 Amend Adopted [Unanimous] 6. 19-O-1381 : Z-19-58 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE 1982 ATLANTA ZONING ORDINANCE, AS AMENDED, CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES PART 16, SO AS TO ADD A NEW CHAPTER 39 ENTITLED EMORY CAMPUS PARKING OVERLAY DISTRICT ; TO DEFINE CERTAIN TERMS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. NPU F COUNCIL DISTRICT 6 Adopted [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Exhibit A b. Exhibit B 7. 19-O-1397 : Z-19-51 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-4A/BL (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO RG-3/BL (RESIDENTIAL GENERAL SECTOR 3/BELTLINE OVERLAY) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 584 LINDSAY STREET, N.W. FRONTING 117 FEET ON THE WEST SIDE OF LINDSAY STREET, N.W. BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE WEST SIDE OF LINDSAY STREET, N.W. 117.12 FEET SOUTH FROM THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION ON LINDSAY STREET, N.W. AND PELHAM STREET, N.W. DEPTH: 126 FEET; AREA: 0.314 ACRES; LAND LOT 111, 14TH DISTRICT FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: MATTHEW MAXWELL; APPLICANT: MATTHEW MAXWELL; NPU L COUNCIL DISTRICT 3 Adopted [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-051 Legal Description b. Z-19-051 Site Plan c. Impact Statement Z-19-051 8. 19-O-1031 : U-18-37 AN AMENDED ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE FOR A SPECIAL USE PERMIT FOR AN OUTDOOR AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISE PURSUANT TO 16-18K.004 FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 485 FOUNDRY STREET, N.W., 491 FOUNDRY STREET, N.W., 489 FOUNDRY STREET, N.W., 501 FOUNDRY STREET, N.W. AND 509 FOUNDRY STREET, N.W., 174 NORTHSIDE DRIVE, N.W., 178 NORTHSIDE DRIVE, N.W., 182 NORTHSIDE DRIVE, N.W., 184 NORTHSIDE DRIVE, N.W., 190 NORTHSIDE DRIVE, N.W. AND 192 NORTHSIDE DRIVE, N.W., 480 SPENCER STREET, N.W., 486 SPENCER STREET, 490 SPENCER STREET, 496 SPENCER STREET, 502 SPENCER STREET, N.W., AND 506 SPENCER STREET, N.W. AND 193 ELECTRIC AVENUE N.W. AND 185 ELECTRIC AVENUE, N.W. FRONTING 298.1 FEET ON THE NORTH SIDE OF FOUNDRY STREET, N.W. BEGINNING AT THE INTERSECTION OF FOUNDRY STREET, N.W. AND ELECTRIC AVENUE, N.W. DEPTH: VARIES FEET; AREA: 1.86 ACRES; LAND LOT: 83, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: JAYCEE DEVELOPMENT, LLC; APPLICANT: SHONIA PITTMAN; NPU L COUNCIL DISTRICT 3 Adopted as Amended [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. U-18-037 Legal Description b. U-18-037 Site Plan_amended d. Conditions for U-18-37 e. Amendment form 19-O-1031 9. 19-O-1067 : Z-19-17 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER JOYCE M. SHEPHERD AS AMENDED BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE CERTAIN PROPERTIES ALONG A PORTION OF THE METROPOLITAN PARKWAY CORRIDOR (ADAIR PARK AND PITTSBURGH NEIGHBORHOODS BETWEEN THE CSX RAILROAD/ATLANTA BELTLINE AND MAYLAND AVENUE SW) FROM C-1/BL (COMMUNITY BUSINESS DISTRICT/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO MRC-1-C/BL (MIXED RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL CONDITIONAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) FROM C-1/BL (COMMUNITY BUSINESS DISTRICT/ BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO MRC-2-C/BL (MIXED RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL CONDITIONAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) AND FROM C-2-C/BL (COMMERCIAL SERVICE CONDITIONAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO MRC-2-C/BL (MIXED RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL CONDITIONAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) IN WHICH TO IMPLEMENT CERTAIN RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COUNCIL DISTRICT 12 NEIGHBORHOOD BLUEPRINT PLAN FOR ADAIR PARK, CAPITOL VIEW, CAPITOL VIEW MANOR, AND SYLVAN HILLS; THE BELTLINE MASTER PLAN SUBAREA 2: HERITAGE COMMUNITIES OF SOUTH ATLANTA AND THE ATLANTA CITY DESIGN PLAN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted as Amended [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 4 REZONE PORTION OF PROPERTIES OF THE METROPOLITAN PARKWAY CORRIDOR b. Attachment A c. Attachment B d. Attachment C f. Amendment Form 19-O-1067 10. 19-O-1265 : Z-19-27 AN AMENDED ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-5 (TWO FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) DISTRICT TO MR-MU-C (MULTI-FAMILY MULTI UNIT CONDITIONAL) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 115 MAYSON AVENUE, N.E. AND 127 MAYSON AVENUE, N.E. FRONTING 249 FEET ON THE EAST SIDE OF MAYSON AVENUE, N.E. BEGINNING AT A POINT ALONG THE EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF MAYSON AVENUE, N.E. 346 FEET SOUTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF MAYSON AVENUE, N.E. AND SECOND STREET, N.E. DEPTH: VARIES; AREA: .889 ACRES; LAND LOT 210, 15TH DISTRICT, DEKALB COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: SPENCER-LOVE HOMES, LLC; APPLICANT: R. KYLE WILLIAMS, ESQ. SAM ARTOPOEUS; NPU O COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 Adopted as Amended [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-027 Legal Description b. Z-19-027 Site Plan _Amended c. Impact Statement Z-19-27 e. Z-19-27 Sheet A101 f. Z-19-27 Sheet A102 g. Z-19-27 Sheet A201 h. Conditions for Z-19-27 i. Amendment form 19-O-1265 11. 19-O-1267 : Z-19-32 AN AMENDED ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM I-1 (LIGHT INDUSTRIAL) DISTRICT TO MRC-2 (MIXED RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2184 AND 2194 MARIETTA BOULEVARD, N.W. AND 1703 CHATTAHOOCHEE AVENUE, N.W. FRONTING 282 FEET ON THE EAST SIDE OF CHATTAHOOCHEE AVENUE, N.W. AND 638 FEET ON THE WEST SIDE OF MARIETTA BOULEVARD N.W. BEGINNING 537.5 FEET FROM THE LAND LOT LINE OF LAND LOT 222. DEPTH: VARIES; AREA: 4.597 ACRES; LAND LOT 221, 17TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: CONVENT I, LLC AND CONVENT III, LLC; APPLICANT: AB CAPITAL, LLC; NPU D COUNCIL DISTRICT 9 Adopted as Amended [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-032 Legal Description b. Z-19-032 Site Plan c. Impact Statement Z-19-032 e. Amendment form 19-O-1267 f. Conditions for Z-19-32 12. 19-O-1273 : Z-19-39 AN AMENDED ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-5 (TWO FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) TO MR-MU-C (MULTIFAMILY MULTIUNIT CONDITIONAL) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1449 MACKLONE STREET, N.E., 1453 MACKLONE STREET, N.E. AND 1457 MACKLONE STREET, N.E. FRONTING 105 FEET ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF MACKLONE STREET, N.E BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF MACKLONE STREET, N.E. 140 EAST OF THE INTERSECTION OF MACKLONE STREET, N.E. AND HUTCHINSON STREET, N.E. DEPTH: 78 FEET; AREA: .21 ACRES; LAND LOT 209, 15TH D STRICT, DEKALB COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: ORION DEVELOPMENT, LLC; APPLICANT: ORION DEVELOPMENT, LLC; C/O J. ALEXANDER; BROCK NPU O COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 Adopted as Amended [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-039 Legal Description b. Z-19-39 Site Plan_amended c. Impact Statement Z-19-039 e. Z-19-039 Elevations f. Conditions for Z-19-39 g. Amendment form 19-O-1273 13. 19-O-1274 : Z-19-40 AN AMENDED ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-5 (TWO FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) TO MR-MU-C (MULTIFAMILY MULTIUNIT CONDITIONAL) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1456 MACKLONE STREET, N.E. FRONTING 25.72 FEET ON THE NORTH SIDE OF MACKLONE STREET, N.E BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF MACKLONE STREET, N.E. 220 EAST OF THE INTERSECTION OF MACKLONE STREET, N.E. AND HUTCHINSON STREET, N.E. DEPTH: 79 FEET; AREA: .07 ACRES; LAND LOT 209, 15TH DISTRICT, DEKALB COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: ORION DEVELOPMENT, LLC; APPLICANT: ORION DEVELOPMENT, LLC C/O J. ALEXANDER BROCK; NPU O COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 Adopted as Amended [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-040 Legal Description b. Z-19-40 Site Plan_amended c. Impact Statement Z-19-040 e. Z-19-040 Elevations f. Conditions for Z-19-40 g. Amendment form 19-O-1274 14. 19-O-1340 : U-19-14 AN AMENDED ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE FOR A SPECIAL USE PERMIT FOR A DAY CARE CENTER PURSUANT TO 16-06.005(1)(B) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1635 CAMPBELLTON ROAD, S.W. FRONTING 200 FEET ON THE NORTH SIDE OF CAMPBELLTON ROAD, S.W. BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE NORTH SIDE OF CAMPBELLTON ROAD, S.W. 150 FEET WEST OF THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF CAMPBELLTON ROAD, S.W. AN POOLE DRIVE, S.W. DEPTH: 213.4 FEET; AREA: .942 ACRES; LAND LOT 153, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: 1635 CAMPBELLTON HOLDING, LLC; APPLICANT: NICOLE V. RAMOS; NPU S COUNCIL DISTRICT 12 Adopted as Amended [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. U-19-14 Legal Description b. U-19-14 Site Plan d. Conditions for U-19-14 e. Amendment form 19-O-1340 15. 19-O-1341 : U-19-15 AN AMENDED ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE FOR A SPECIAL USE PERMIT FOR A BUS TERMINAL PURSUANT TO 16-18A.006 FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 200 FORSYTH STREET, S.W. AND 232 FORSYTH STREET, S.W. FRONTING 392 FEET ON THE EAST SIDE OF FORSYTH STREET, S.W. AND 139 ON THE NORTH SIDE OF BROTHERTON STREET, S.W. BEGINNING AT A POINT AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE SOUTHWESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF GARNETT STREET, S.W. AND THE SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF FORSYTH STREET, S.W. DEPTH: VARIES; AREA: 1.2483 ACRES; LAND LOT 77, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: GREYHOUND LINES, INC.; APPLICANT: GREYHOUND LINES, INC; NPU M COUNCIL DISTRICT 4 Adopted as Amended [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. U-19-015 Legal Description Amended b. U-19-15 Site Plan d. Conditions for U-19-15 e. Amendment form 19-O-1341 16. 19-O-1342 : U-19-16 AN AMENDED ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE FOR A SPECIAL USE PERMIT FOR AN OUTDOOR SALES AREA PURSUANT TO 16-16.005(1)(C) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 866 WARNER STREET, S.W. FRONTING 271 FEET ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF WARNER STREET, S.W. BEGINNING AT THE CORNER FORMED BY THE INTERSECTION OF THE SOUTH SIDE OF WARNER STREET, S.W. AND THE NORTHEAST SIDE OF WOODROW STREET, S.W. DEPTH: VARIES; AREA: 0.4577 ACRES; LAND LOT 106, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA OWNER: LUCY HALL; APPLICANT: HAROLD BUCKLEY, JR.; NPU S COUNCIL DISTRICT 12 Adopted as Amended [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. U-19-16 Legal Description b. U-19-16 Site Plan d. Conditions for U-19-16 e. Amendment form 19-O-1342 17. 19-O-1087 : Z-19-49 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO ZONE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2951 GLENWOOD AVENUE TO THE R-4 (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) ZONING DISTRICT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adversed [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout Ordinance(s) for First Reading 18. 19-O-1458 : -19-52 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-5/BL (TWO FAMILY RESIDENTIAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO MR-MU/BELTLINE (MULTIFAMILY MULTIUNIT/BELTLINE OVERLAY) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 496 BOULEVARD PLACE, N.E. FRONTING 50 FEET ON THE NORTH SIDE OF BOULEVARD PLACE, N.E. 199.8 FEET EAST OF THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF BOULEVARD PLACE AND BOULEVARD, N.E. DEPTH: 190 FEET; AREA: .218 ACRES; LAND LOT 47, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: S. WESLEY KNAPP; APPLICANT: KRONBERG WALL; NPU M COUNCIL DISTRICT 2 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-052 Legal Description b. Z-19-052 Site Plan c. Impact Statement Z-19-52 19. 19-O-1459 : Z-19-59 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-5/HC20K SA1/ BL (TWO FAMILY RESIDENTIAL/GRANT PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT SUBAREA 1/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO R-4B/HC20K SA 1/BELTLINE (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL /GRANT PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT SUBAREA 1/BELTLINE OVERLAY) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 649 WOODWARD AVENUE, S.E. FRONTING 50 FEET ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF WOODWARD AVENUE S.E. BEGINNING 250 FEET EAST OF THE INTERSECTION OF CAMERON STREET, S.E. AND WOODWARD AVENUE, S.E. DEPTH: 184 FEET; AREA: .21 ACRES; LAND LOT 21, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: SACHIN MAHOLTRA; APPLICANT: INNOCENT NWACHUKWU; NPU W COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-059 Legal Description b. Z-19-059 Site Plan 20. 19-O-1460 : Z-19-61 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-5/HC20K SA 1/BL (TWO FAMILY RESIDENTIAL/GRANT PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT SUBAREA 1/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO R-4B/HC20K SA1/BELTLINE (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL /GRANT PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT SUBAREA 1/BELTLINE OVERLAY) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 778 LYNWOOD STREET, S.E. FRONTING 50 FEET ON THE NORTH SIDE OF LYNWOOD STREET, S.E. BEGINNING AT A REBAR LOCATED 849.76 FEET EAST FROM THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF UNITED AVENUE. DEPTH: 189 FEET; AREA: .215 ACRES; LAND LOT 22, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: HUGH AND DANIELA MALKIN; APPLICANT: HUGH MALKIN; NPU W COUNCIL DISTRICT 1 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-061 Legal Description b. Z-19-061 Site Plan c. Impact Statement Z-19-061 21. 19-O-1461 : Z-19-62 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-5-C/BL (TWO FAMILY RESIDENTIAL CONDITIONAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO R-5-C/BL (TWO FAMILY RESIDENTIAL CONDITIONAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) FOR A CHANGE OF CONDITIONS FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1006 HANK AARON DRIVE, S.E. FRONTING 50 FEET ON THE EAST SIDE OF HANK AARON DRIVE, S.E. BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE EAST SIDE OF HANK AARON DRIVE 150 FEET NORTH OF THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF HANK AARON DRIVE AND HAYGOOD AVENUE. DEPTH: 238 FEET; AREA: .272 ACRES; LAND LOT 55, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: BETHANE NIKOUE; APPLICANT: BETHANE NIKOUE; NPU V COUNCIL DISTRICT 1 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-062 Legal Description b. Z-19-062 Site Plan 22. 19-O-1462 : Z-19-63 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-4 (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) TO R-4B (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 448 METROPOLITAN PLACE, S.E. FRONTING 256.50 FEET ON THE NORTHEAST SIDE OF METROPOLITAN PLACE, S.E. BEGINNING AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE NORTHERN RIGHT-OF-WAY OF HASS AVENUE WITH THE EASTERN RIGHT-OF-WAY OF METROPOLITAN PLACE. DEPTH: 91 FEET; AREA: .106 ACRES; LAND LOT 177, 15TH DISTRICT, DEKALB COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: LAURA VIETH MARIUS VIETH; APPLICANT: LAURA VIETH MARIUS VIETH; NPU W COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-063 Legal Description b. Z-19-063 Site Plan 23. 19-O-1463 : Z-19-64 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-4 (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) TO R-4A (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1775 ALVARADO TERRACE. S.W. FRONTING 110 FEET ON THE NORTH SIDE OF ALVARADO TERRACE, S.W. BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE NORTH SIDE OF ALVARADO TERRACE, 575 FEET WEST OF THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF ALVARADO TERRACE AND WATERS ROAD. DEPTH: 260 FEET; AREA: .656 ACRES; LAND LOT 150, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: YALE INVESTMENTS, LLC; APPLICANT: FELIPE NIETO; NPU T COUNCIL DISTRICT 10 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-064 Legal Description b. Z-19-064 Site Plan 24. 19-O-1464 : Z-19-65 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM C-1-C (COMMUNITY BUSINESS CONDITIONAL) TO C-1-C (COMMUNITY BUSINESS CONDITIONAL) FOR A SITE PLAN AMENDMENT FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2343 HOSEA L. WILLIAMS DRIVE, S.E. FRONTING APPROXIMATELY 200 FEET ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF HOSEA WILLIAMS DRIVE, S.E. BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF BOULEVARD DRIVE (FKA BOULEVARD-DEKALB) 200 FEET EAST OF THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF FIRST STREET AND BOULEVARD DRIVE. DEPTH: APPROXIMATELY 260 FEET; AREA: .917 ACRES; LAND LOT 204, 15TH DISTRICT, DEKALB COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: BLUE CHIP PIZZA PRODUCTS, LLC; APPLICANT: NINA E. GENTRY, AICP; NPU O COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-065 Legal Decription b. Z-19-065 Site Plan 25. 19-O-1465 : Z-19-66 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-5/BL (TWO FAMILY RESIDENTIAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO MR-MU/BL (MULTIFAMILY MULTIUNIT/BELTLINE OVERLAY) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 508 BOULEVARD PLACE, N.E. FRONTING APPROXIMATELY 50 FEET ON THE NORTH SIDE OF BOULEVARD PLACE, N.E. BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE NORTH SIDE OF BOULEVARD PLACE 300 FEET EAST OF THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF BOULEVARD PLACE AND BOULEVARD. DEPTH: 190 FEET; AREA: .218 ACRES; LAND LOT 47, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: CHESLEY GADDIS; APPLICANT: KRONBERG WALL; NPU M COUNCIL DISTRICT 2 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-066 Legal Description b. Z-19-066 Site Plan c. Impact Statement Z-19-066 26. 19-O-1466 : Z-19-67 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-5/BL (TWO FAMILY RESIDENTIAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO MR-MU/BL (MULTIFAMILY MULTIUNIT/BELTLINE OVERLAY) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 502 BOULEVARD PLACE, N.E. FRONTING APPROXIMATELY 50 FEET ON THE NORTH SIDE OF BOULEVARD PLACE, N.E. BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE NORTH SIDE OF BOULEVARD PLACE 250 FEET EAST OF THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF BOULEVARD PLACE AND BOULEVARD. DEPTH: 190 FEET; AREA: .218 ACRES; LAND LOT 47, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: CHRIS ANDERSON; APPLICANT: KRONBERG WALL; NPU M COUNCIL DISTRICT 2 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-067 Legal Description b. Z-19-067 Site Plan c. Impact Statement Z-19-067 27. 19-O-1467 : Z-19-68 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-5/BL (TWO FAMILY RESIDENTIAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO MR-MU/BL (MULTIFAMILY MULTIUNIT/BELTLINE OVERLAY) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 512 BOULEVARD PLACE, N.E. FRONTING APPROXIMATELY 50 FEET ON THE NORTH SIDE OF BOULEVARD PLACE, N.E. BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE NORTH SIDE OF BOULEVARD PLACE 350 FEET EAST OF THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF BOULEVARD PLACE AND BOULEVARD. DEPTH: 190 FEET; AREA: .223 ACRES; LAND LOT 47, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: CHESLEY GADDIS; APPLICANT: KRONBERG WALL; NPU M COUNCIL DISTRICT 2 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-068 Legal Description b. Z-19-068 Site Plan c. Impact Statement Z-19-068 28. 19-O-1468 : Z-19-69 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM RG-4 (RESIDENTIAL GENERAL SECTOR 4) AND I-1 (LIGHT INDUSTRIAL) TO MRC-3 (MIXED RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 375 GARTRELL STREET, S.E. AND 424 DECATUR STREET, S.E. FRONTING 310.35 FEET ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF GARTRELL STREET, S.E. BEGINNING AT AN INCH REBAR SET AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF DECATUR STREET AND THE EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF WILLIAM HOLMES BORDERS SR. DRIVE, S.E. DEPTH: VARIES; AREA: 4.6764 ACRES; LAND LOT 45, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: SAINT JOSEPH S HEALTH SYSTEM, INC.; APPLICANT: SAINT JOSEPH S HEALTH SYSTEM, INC.; NPU M COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-069 Legal Description b. Z-19-069 Site Plan Amended c. Impact Statement Z-19-069 29. 19-O-1469 : Z-19-70 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM RG-4 (RESIDENTIAL GENERAL SECTOR 4) TO MR-4A (MULTIFAMILY RESIDENTIAL) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 300 CHAMBERLAIN STREET, S.E. FRONTING 150 FEET ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF CHAMBERLAIN STREET, S.E. BEGINNING AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF GARTRELL STREET AND THE EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF WILLIAM HOLMES BORDERS SR. DRIVE, S.E. DEPTH: VARIES; AREA: 1.1625 ACRES; LAND LOT 45, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: SAINT JOSEPH S HEALTH SYSTEM, INC.; APPLICANT: SAINT JOSEPH S HEALTH SYSTEM, INC.; NPU M COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-070 Legal Description b. Z-19-070 Site Plan Amended c. Impact Statement Z-19-070 30. 19-O-1470 : Z-19-71 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM I-1 (LIGHT INDUSTRIAL) TO MRC-1 (MIXED RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1669 DEFOOR AVENUE, N.W. FRONTING 151 FEET ON THE NORTH SIDE OF DEFOOR AVENUE, N.W. BEGINNING AT AN IRON PIN ON THE NORTHERLY SIDE OF DEFOOR AVENUE 150 FEET FROM THE INTERSECTION OF THE NORTHERN RIGHT-OF-WAY OF DEFOOR AVENUE WITH THE WESTERN RIGHT-OF-WAY SPRINGER STREET, N.W. DEPTH: VARIES; AREA: .533 ACRES; LAND LOT 187, 17TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: FRANK HOUSER; APPLICANT: FRANK HOUSER; NPU D COUNCIL DISTRICT 9 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-071 Legal Description b. Z-19-071 Site Plan c. Impact Statement Z-19-071 31. 19-O-1471 : Z-19-72 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-LC-C (RESIDENTIAL LIMITED COMMERCIAL CONDITIONAL) TO C-1 (COMMUNITY BUSINESS DISTRICT) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2959 PIEDMONT ROAD, N.E. FRONTING 70 FEET ON THE EAST SIDE OF PIEDMONT ROAD, N.W. BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE EASTERLY SIDE OF PIEDMONT ROAD, 174.7 FEET SOUTHERLY FROM THE INTERSECTION OF THE SOUTHERLY SIDE OF PHARR ROAD WITH THE EASTERLY SIDE OF PIEDMONT ROAD. DEPTH: VARIES; AREA: .533 ACRES; LAND LOT 187, 17TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: TJIN H. TEOH; APPLICANT: SWP BUCKHEAD; NPU B COUNCIL DISTRICT 7 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-072 Legal Description b. Z-19-072 Site Plan 32. 19-O-1472 : Z-19-74 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-5/BL (TWO FAMILY RESIDENTIAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO MR-4A/BL (MULTIFAMILY RESIDENTIAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 111 MORELAND AVENUE, S.E. FRONTING 108 FEET ON THE WEST SIDE OF MORELAND AVENUE, S.E. BEGINNING AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF KIRKWOOD AVENUE, S.E. AND WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF MORELAND AVENUE. DEPTH: 155 FEET; AREA: .38 ACRES; LAND LOT 13, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: PAUL KAIZMAN; APPLICANT: JOE ALCOCK; NPU N COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-074 Legal Description b. Z-19-074 Site Plan c. Impact Statement Z-19-074 33. 19-O-1473 : Z-19-75 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM SPI-9 SA2 (BUCKHEAD VILLAGE SPECIAL PUBLIC INTEREST DISTRICT SUBAREA 2) AND SPI-9 SA 3 (BUCKHEAD VILLAGE SPECIAL PUBLIC INTEREST DISTRICT SUBAREA 3) TO SPI-9 SA2 (BUCKHEAD VILLAGE SPECIAL PUBLIC INTEREST DISTRICT SUBAREA 2) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 103, 107, AND 111 WEST PACES FERRY ROAD, N.W. AND 134, 140 AND 146 EAST ANDREWS DRIVE, N.W. FRONTING 314 FEET ON THE NORTHEAST SIDE OF WEST PACES FERRY ROAD, N.W. BEGINNING AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE NORTHEASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF WEST PACES FERRY ROAD AND THE SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF EAST ANDREWS DRIVE. DEPTH: VARIES; AREA: 3.57 ACRES; LAND LOT 99, 17TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: JAME REALTY, LLC AND ANP, L.P.; APPLICANT: 111 WPFR, LLC; NPU B COUNCIL DISTRICT 8 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-075 Legal Description b. Z-19-075 Site Plan c. Impact Statement Z-19-075 34. 19-O-1474 : U-19-17 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE FOR A SPECIAL USE PERMIT FOR A PARK-FOR-HIRE SURFACE PARKING LOT PURSUANT TO 16-20C.005 FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 15 HILLIARD STREET, N.E. FRONTING 75 FEET ON THE EAST SIDE OF HILLIARD STREET, N.E. BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF HILLIARD STREET 50 FEET SOUTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF THE EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF HILLIARD STREET WITH THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF PORTER S ALLEY DEPTH: 145 FEET AREA: 0.249 ACRES, LAND LOT 46, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA OWNER: WESTSIDE REVITALIZATION ACQUISITIONS, LLC APPLICANT: RYAN BUCHANAN NPU M COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. U-19-017 Legal Description b. U-19-017 Site Plan 35. 19-O-1475 : U-19-18 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE FOR A SPECIAL USE PERMIT FOR A PERSONAL CARE HOME PURSUANT TO 16-06.005(1)(G) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 3499 FAIRBURN PLACE, S.W. FRONTING 70 FEET ON THE NORTH SIDE OF FAIRBURN PLACE, S.W. BEGINNING 251.9 FEET FROM THE INTERSECTION OF FAIRBURN ROAD, S.W. AND FAIRBURN PLACE, S.W. DEPTH: 159.7 FEET; AREA: .256 ACRES; LAND LOT 241, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: SAMUEL FLORENTINE; APPLICANT: SAMUEL FLORENTINE; NPU H COUNCIL DISTRICT 10 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. U-19-018 Legal Description b. U-19-018 Site Plan 36. 19-O-1476 : U-19-19 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE FOR A SPECIAL USE PERMIT FOR A PRIVATE CLUB PURSUANT TO 16-18I.007 FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 103, 107 AND 111 WEST PACES FERRY ROAD, N.W. AND 134, 140 AND 144 EAST ANDREWS DRIVE, N.W. FRONTING 314 FEET ON THE NORTHEAST SIDE OF WEST PACES FERRY ROAD, N.W. BEGINNING AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE NORTHEASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF WEST PACES FERRY ROAD AND THE SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF EAST ANDREWS DRIVE, N.W. DEPTH: VARIES AREA: 3.57 ACRES, LAND LOT 99, 17TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA OWNER: JAME REALTY, LLC ANP, L.P. APPLICANT: 111 WPFR, LLC NPU B COUNCIL DISTRICT 8 Referred to ZRB and ZC [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. U-19-019 Legal Description b. U-19-019 Site Plan Paper(s) Held in Committee 37. 19-O-1095 : U-18-43 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE FOR A SPECIAL USE PERMIT FOR A CONCRETE PLANT PURSUANT TO 16-17.005(1)(E) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1521 HUBER STREET, N.W. FRONTING 438.05 FEET ON THE EAST SIDE OF HUBER STREET, N.W. BEGINNING 1500 FEET FROM THE INTERSECTION OF CHATTAHOOCHEE AVENUE, N.W. AND HUBER STREET, N.W. DEPTH: VARIES FEET; AREA: 13.5 ACRES; LAND LOT 187, 17TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: 1521 HUBER STREET, LLC; APPLICANT: RHB, LLC, C/O G. DOUGLAS DILLARD; NPU-D COUNCIL DISTRICT 9 Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. U-18-43 Legal Description b. U-18-43 Site Plan 38. 19-O-1139 : Z-19-13 AN ORDINANCE BY ZONING COMMITTEE TO REZONE FROM R-5/BL (TWO FAMILY RESIDENTIAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) TO MR-MU/BL (MULTIFAMILY RESIDENTIAL MULTI UNIT/BELTLINE OVERLAY) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 547 WINTON TERRACE, N.E. FRONTING 50 FEET ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF WINTON TERRACE, N.E. BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF WINTON TERRACE, N.E. 350 FEET EAST FROM THE INTERSECTION OF THE SOUTH SIDE OF WINTON TERRACE, N.E. WITH THE WEST SIDE OF AN ALLEY DEPTH: 200 FEET; AREA: .22 ACRES; LAND LOT 47, 14TH DISTRICT, FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA. OWNER: ARSENI ZAITSEV; APPLICANT: ARSENI ZAITSEV; NPU M COUNCIL DISTRICT 2 Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. Z-19-013 Legal Description b. Z-19-013 Site Plan c. Impact Statement Z-19-13 TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE Item(s) Removed From Consent Agenda 1. 19-R-3976 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENTING A TASK ORDER FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF 20,900,000.00 FOR USE UNDER FC-8640, CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SUPPORT SERVICES AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, WITH ATL CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT PARTNERS, A JOINT VENTURE COMPRISED OF CH2M HILL, INC., ROHADFOX CONSTRUCTION CONTROL SERVICES CORPORATION AND PARSONS TRANSPORTATION GROUP, INC., TO PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SUPPORT SERVICES FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION ON A TASK ORDER BASIS; ALL SERVICES WILL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Construction Management Support Services FC-8640 Transmittal Paper(s) Held in Committee 2. 18-O-1153 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER AMIR R. FAROKHI TO AMEND CHAPTER 138 (STREETS, SIDEWALKS AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES), ARTICLE I (IN GENERAL), SECTION 138-14(D) (DAMAGED SIDEWALK ABUTTING THE RIGHT-OF-WAY) OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES; TO AMEND ARTICLE IV (IMPROVEMENTS WITHIN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY), DIVISION 3 (SIDEWALKS, CURBS, CURBS AND GUTTERS AND DRIVEWAYS), SECTION 138-103 (INSPECTION AND REPAIR OF SIDEWALKS); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. Ordinance Transferring Sidewalk Liability 3. 18-O-1158 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS MICHAEL JULIAN BOND AND DUSTIN HILLIS AS AMENDED BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING PAYMENT TO EDEN ROCK REAL ESTATE PARTNERS FOR TRAFFIC AND PEDESTRIAN IMPROVEMENTS MADE IN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY ALONG QUEEN STREET, N.W., AS PART OF THE WESTSIDE VILLAGE AT MOORES MILL PROJECT, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED FOUR HUNDRED FORTY-SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 447,000.00); ALL WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM FUND DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION AND ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. 23 EDEN ROCK REAL ESTATE PARTNERS PAYMENT c. 18-O-1158 (Amendment Form) 4. 18-R-3296 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ISSUE A TASK ORDER TO XXXX, FOR FC-XXXX, XXXX, TO DESIGN AN OVERLOOK FOOT-BRIDGE OVER THE CREEK LOCATED IN THE CASCADE NATURE PRESERVE IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED XXXX ( XXX.XX); ALL CONTRACTED WORK SHALL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM VARIOUS FUND DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION AND ACCOUNT NUMBERS HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout 5. 18-O-1317 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS HOWARD SHOOK AND CARLA SMITH AS AMENDED BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE TO RESTRICT BUS PARKING ON CHEROKEE AVENUE S.E. FROM SYDNEY STREET TO ATLANTA AVENUE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout b. 18-O-1317 (Amendment Form) 6. 18-R-3831 : A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER A TERMINATION AGREEMENT WITH BOEING US TRAINING AND FLIGHT SERVICES, LLC (BOEING), FOR THAT CERTAIN LEASE DATED SEPTEMBER 9, 2003 COVERING 6.2 ACRES OF PROPERTY LOCATED AT GODBY ROAD AND OLD NATIONAL HIGHWAY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. Boeing Termination Lease Transmittal b. Boeing Termination Agreeement 7. 18-R-3925 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER IVORY LEE YOUNG, JR. TO AUTHORIZE THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ISSUE A TASK ORDER TO XXXX, INC. FOR FC-XXXX, XXXX FOR SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS ON ANDERSON AVENUE, N.W. IN COUNCIL DISTRICT 3 ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 700,000.00); ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM THE ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. 53 8. 18-O-1585 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS CARLA SMITH, NATALYN M. ARCHIBONG AND DUSTIN HILLIS AS AMENDED BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE ATLANTA CITY CODE CHAPTER 138-STREETS, SIDEWALKS AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES; ARTICLE IV. IMPROVEMENTS WITHIN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY; DIVISION 3.- SIDEWALKS, CURBS, CURBS AND GUTTERS AND DRIVEWAYS; SEC. 138-97 (B). - CONSTRUCTION OF SIDEWALKS, DRIVEWAYS AND CURBS IN MULTIFAMILY RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ZONING DISTRICT TO REQUIRE NEW SIDEWALKS FOR PROPERTY IMPROVEMENTS WITH CONSTRUCTION COST EQUAL TO OR EXCEEDING 100,000.00 OR EQUAL TO OR EXCEEDING 50 OF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE PROPERTY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout b. 18-O-1585 Amendment Form c. 18-o-1585 as Amended by Transportation Committee on 09.26.2018 9. 18-R-4210 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER MICHAEL JULIAN BOND, ANDREA L. BOONE, DUSTIN HILLIS, AND MATT WESTMORELAND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE TO INSTALL AN HISTORIC MARKER WITHIN THE CITY OF ATLANTA RIGHT-OF-WAY AT THE ENTRANCE OF FREDERICK DOUGLASS HIGH SCHOOL TO COMMEMORATE THE SCHOOL S 50TH ANNIVERSARY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. 18 Historic marker at entrance of Frederick Douglas High School for 50th anniversary 10. 19-O-1160 : ****AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER ANDRE DICKENS AMENDING CHAPTER 2 (ADMINISTRATION), ARTICLE V (ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION OF THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH), OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES TO ADD A NEW SECTION 2-281 ENTITLED THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. 29 AMEND CHAPTER 2 SECTION 2-281 11. 19-O-1254 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER CARLA SMITH TO WAIVE THE SIDEWALK REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 15-09.003 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR SUBDIVISION APPLICATION SD-18-014 (1215 AVONDALE AVENUE); TO PROVIDE THAT IN LIEU OF CONSTRUCTING THE REQUIRED SIDEWALKS AT THE SUBDIVISION SITE, THE DEVELOPER OF THE SUBDIVISION SHALL DEPOSIT A DOLLAR AMOUNT EQUAL TO THE VALUE OF THE REQUIRED SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION INTO A DESIGNATED TRUST FUND ACCOUNT FOR DISTRICT 1; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. Exhibit A_Sidewalke Waiver 12. 19-O-1383 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER ANDREA L. BOONE AS AMENDED BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO INSTALL TRAFFIC CALMING DEVICES ON OAKCLIFF ROAD, N.W. NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF STRATFORD DRIVE, N.W.; TO WAIVE PORTIONS OF SECTION 138-84(d) OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout b. 19-O-1383 Amendment Form c. 19-O-1383 as Amended by Transportation on 07.10.2019 13. 19-O-1420 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER CLETA WINSLOW AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE TO MAKE THE INTERSECTION OF MILDRED STREET, S.W. AND PARSONS STREET, S.W. AN ALL-WAY STOP CONTROLLED INTERSECTION; TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS TO INSTALL STOP SIGNS AT THE INTERSECTION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. Mildred Parsons MAP 14. 19-O-1421 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER CLETA WINSLOW AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE TO MAKE THE INTERSECTION OF LAWSHE, S.W. AND PARSONS STREET, S.W. AN ALL-WAY STOP CONTROLLED INTERSECTION; TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS TO INSTALL STOP SIGNS AT THE INTERSECTION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. Parsons Lawshe MAP 15. 19-O-1422 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER CLETA WINSLOW AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR, OR HER DESIGNEE TO PERMIT VEHICULAR PARKING ON THE _______ SIDE OF AVON AVENUE, S.W. LOCATED BETWEEN OAKLAND DRIVE, S.W. AND PRINCESS AVENUE, S.W., BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 7:00 A.M. TO 3:00 P.M. ON SUNDAYS AND ON SATURDAYS FOR SPECIAL EVENTS; TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS TO INSTALL APPROPRIATE SIGNAGE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. Avon Ave MAP 16. 19-O-1430 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER JENNIFER N. IDE WAIVING THE SIDEWALK REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 15-09.003 OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR SUBDIVISION APPLICATION SD-18-016 (186 15TH STREET NE); TO PROVIDE THAT IN LIEU THEREOF CONSTRUCTING THE REQUIRED SIDEWALKS AT THE SUBDIVISION SITE, THE DEVELOPER OF SUBDIVISION SD-18-016 SHALL PAY 6,488.27 (SIX THOUSAND FOUR-HUNDRED EIGHTY-EIGHT DOLLARS AND TWENTY SEVEN CENTS) INTO THE DISTRICT 6 SIDEWALK FUND; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. 6 WAIVING SIDEWALK REQUIREMENTS SEC. 15-09.003 17. 19-R-3947 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER MICHAEL JULIAN BOND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ISSUE TASK ORDER NUMBER 3 TO SOCO-TEM,JV., FOR FC-8250, CONTRACT FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF SIDEWALKS, CURBS, DRIVEWAY APRONS ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE, FOR SIDEWALK REPAIRS, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED TWO MILLION DOLLARS ZERO CENTS ( 2,000,000.00); ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM VARIOUS FUND, DEPARTMENT, ORGANIZATION AND ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. 8250 TASK ORDER 18. 19-R-3950 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBERS ANDRE DICKENS, ANTONIO BROWN, MICHAEL JULIAN BOND, ANDREA L. BOONE, JENNIFER N. IDE, MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET, MATT WESTMORELAND, JOYCE M. SHEPERD, AND AMIR R. FAROKHI AS AMENDED BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION AND THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO CONDUCT A FEASIBILITY STUDY TO REQUIRE VENDORS AND CONTRACTORS AT THE HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO RAISE THE MINIMUM WAGE OF THEIR EMPLOYEES TO FIFTEEN DOLLARS ( 15.00) PER HOUR BY FISCAL YEAR 2022; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout b. 19-R-3950 Amendment Form c. 19-R-3950 as Amended by Transportation on 08.14.2019 FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Ordinance(s) for Second Reading 1. 19-O-1083 : AN AMENDED ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO PROVIDE FOR THE ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2951 GLENWOOD AVENUE INTO THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA PURSUANT TO THE 100 METHOD; TO EXTEND THE BOUNDARIES OF THE ATLANTA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL SYSTEM; TO NOTIFY THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA OF SUCH ANNEXATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Filed [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout b. 19-O-1083 (Amendment Form) 2. 19-O-1263 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (CFO) TO AMEND THE 2019 CAPITAL FINANCE FUND BUDGET BY TRANSFERRING APPROPRIATIONS IN THE AMOUNT OF FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 500,000.00), FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING FY2019 GENERAL FUND BUDGET, FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING THE DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING INITIATIVES TO ENHANCE THE COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN (CDP) AND THE OVERSIGHT OF FEDERAL PROGRAMS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Filed [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout 3. 19-O-1301 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO AMEND THE FY2019 GENERAL FUND BUDGET BY TRANSFERRING APPROPRIATIONS, IN THE AMOUNT OF FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 500,000.00), FROM THE GENERAL FUND TO THE CAPITAL FINANCE FUND TO FUND THE ZONING ORDINANCE REWRITE/UPDATE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Filed [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout 4. 19-O-1403 : A SUBSTITUTE ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AMENDMENT NO. 8 FOR FC-5035A, ANNUAL CONTRACT FOR THE DISPOSAL OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE WITH GEORGIA WASTE SYSTEMS, INC. D/B/A WASTE MANAGEMENT OF ATLANTA, ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATERSHED MANAGEMENT AND THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, TO ADD FUNDING TO THE AGREEMENT IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED TWELVE MILLION, FOUR HUNDRED SEVENTY-SIX THOUSAND, EIGHT HUNDRED DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 12,476,800.00); TO EXTEND THE TERM OF THE AGREEMENT ON A MONTH-TO-MONTH BASIS FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED TWELVE (12) MONTHS EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1, 2019; TO AUTHORIZE THE PAYMENT OF A RATE OF SEVENTY-THREE DOLLARS AND TWENTY-FIVE CENTS ( 73.25) PER TON FOR WATER AND WASTEWATER SLUDGE DISPOSAL SERVICES AND THIRTY-EIGHT DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS ( 38.50) PER TON FOR MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL SERVICES; TO WAIVE THE COMPETITIVE PROCUREMENT PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN ARTICLE X OF THE PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES; ALL CONTRACTED WORK SHALL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM THE FUND DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION AND ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted on Substitute [13 to 1] Ordinance Printout a. ELMS - FC-5035A Amendment No. 8 5. 19-O-1435 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER HOWARD SHOOK PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF FOUR MILLION DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 4,000,000.00), IN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF CITY OF ATLANTA GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES, PURSUANT TO AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA RATIFIED AT THE GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON NOVEMBER 5, 1968, AND PROCLAIMED BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA ON DECEMBER 13, 1968 (1968 GA. LAWS 1586 TO 1587 INCLUSIVE AND CONTINUED BY 1986 GA. LAWS 4824 TO 4825 INCLUSIVE); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. 4,000,000 COA General Obligation Bonds Amend Agenda for Public Hearing Amended [Unanimous] Closed Public Hearing Adopted [Unanimous] Paper(s) Held in Committee 6. 18-O-1154 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS HOWARD SHOOK, J.P. MATZIGKEIT, JENNIFER N. IDE, MATT WESTMORELAND, ANDREA L. BOONE, NATALYN M. ARCHIBONG AND ANDRE DICKENS TO AMEND ARTICLE 2 ( LEGISLATIVE ), CHAPTER 4 ( PROCEDURES OF COUNCIL ), SECTION 2-402 ( INTRODUCTION, CONSIDERATION, PASSAGE, AND PUBLICATION OF LEGISLATION ) OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CHARTER, TO REQUIRE SUPPLEMENTAL DOCUMENTATION FOR ALL BUDGETED CONTRACTS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. 7 7. 18-R-3394 : A RESOLUTION BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ENTER INTO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING AGREEMENT NUMBER FC-9773 WITH COMPLIANCEPOINT PURSUANT TO SECTION 2-1602 ET SEQ. OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES, UTILIZING GTA CONTRACT NO. GTA98000-000000030 ( AGREEMENT ) TO PURCHASE CONSULTING SERVICES TO ADVISE THE CITY ON NECESSARY STEPS TO COMPLY WITH THE PAYMENT CARD INDUSTRY DATA SECURITY STANDARD FOR A TERM OF ONE (1) YEAR WITH A ONE-YEAR RENEWAL OPTION, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FOUR THOUSAND, NINE HUNDRED AND SIXTY DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 234,960.00); ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM FUNDING NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. FC 9773 b. FC 9773 Resolution 8. 18-O-1242 : ****AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER AMIR R. FAROKHI TO AMEND CHAPTER 66 (ELECTIONS), ARTICLE I (IN GENERAL), SECTION 66-3 (QUALIFICATION PERIOD AND QUALIFICATION FEES FOR GENERAL AND SPECIAL ELECTIONS) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO REQUIRE CURRENT ELECTED OFFICIALS AND ALL QUALIFIED CANDIDATES FOR MUNICIPAL OFFICE TO FILE TAX RETURNS WITH THE MUNICIPAL CLERK; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. 19 QUALIFICATION FOR GENERAL AND SPECIAL ELECTIONS 9. 18-O-1316 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS DUSTIN HILLIS AND MATT WESTMORELAND AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF ATLANTA ( CITY ) TO ACCEPT A PERPETUAL EASEMENT LOCATED BETWEEN FOR THE CORONET WAY EXTENSION TO CONNECT LA DAWN AVENUE TO MARIETTA BOULEVARD N.W., BEING MORE SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED, IN THE ATTACHED EXHIBIT A , LYING AND BEING IN LAND LOT OF THE XX DISTRICT OF FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA IN LAND LOT XX OF THE XX DISTRICT OF FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA, TAX PARCEL IDS 14-XXXX, FROM WESTSIDE ATLANTA LLC., ( PETITIONERS ); AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO EFFECTUATE THE EXCHANGE; TO EXECUTE ALL AGREEMENTS, DEEDS, DOCUMENTS AND INSTRUMENTS NECESSARY TO EFFECTUATE THE INTENT OF THIS ORDINANCE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. 16 CORONET WAY 10. 18-O-1410 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE COMPOSITION OF THE CONSOLIDATED CITY OF ATLANTA DEFINED BENEFIT PENSION INVESTMENT BOARD AS OUTLINED IN ORDINANCE NO. 17-R-4757; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout 11. 18-R-3851 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER HOWARD SHOOK TO APPOINT ______________ TO THE CITY OF ATLANTA AUDIT COMMITTEE AS ONE OF THE THREE AT-LARGE MEMBERS APPOINTED BY THE ENTIRE CITY COUNCIL, SAID TERM TO BEGIN UPON APPROVAL OF THIS RESOLUTION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout 12. 18-R-3970 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER MATT WESTMORELAND REQUESTING THE CITY COUNCIL, THE COUNCIL PRESIDENT AND THE MAYOR OF ATLANTA TO COLLABORATE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A STRATEGIC PLAN THAT ESTABLISHES A MISSION STATEMENT, VISION STATEMENT, GUIDING PRINCIPLES AND SPECIFIC GOALS TO POSITIVELY IMPACT THE CITY AND RESIDENTS OF ATLANTA; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout 13. 18-R-4069 : ****A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER MICHAEL JULIAN BOND AS AMENDED BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REQUESTING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, NEGOTIATE WITH THE FULTON COUNTY COMMISSION AND THE FULTON COUNTY SHERIFF FOR THE LEASE OF THE ATLANTA CITY DETENTION CENTER; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout b. 18-R-4069 (Amendment Form) 14. 18-R-4212 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER MICHAEL JULIAN BOND REQUESTING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO CREATE A DEDICATED FUNDING SOURCE WITH FUNDS GENERATED BY THE ATLANTA GULCH PROJECT TO FUND VARIOUS PROJECTS ACROSS THE CITY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. 20 Create a dedicated funding source by the Atlanta Gulch Project 15. 18-R-4213 : ****A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBERS DUSTIN HILLIS, ANDREA L. BOONE, CARLA SMITH, MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET, CLETA WINSLOW, J. P. MATZIGKEIT, NATALYN M. ARCHIBONG, ANDRE DICKENS, MICHAEL JULIAN BOND AND MATT WESTMORELAND REQUESTING THE MAYOR TO DIRECT THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO STUDY THE IMPLEMENTATION AND COLLECTION OF A PUBLIC SAFETY SURCHARGE ON TICKETS TO SPORTING AND CULTURAL EVENTS HELD WITHIN THE CITY OF ATLANTA THAT HAVE OVER ONE THOUSAND (1,000) TICKETS AVAILABLE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. 16 CFO to study the implementation and 16. 18-O-1678 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER ANDRE DICKENS TO AMEND CHAPTER 2 ( ADMINISTRATION ), ARTICLE X ( PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE ), DIVISION 4 ( SOURCE SELECTION AND CONTRACT FORMATION ), SECTION 2-1188.1 ( LOCAL PREFERENCE ) FOR THE PURPOSE OF INCLUDING LOCAL PREFERENCE PROVISIONS FOR ALL METHODS OF PROCUREMENT SOURCE SELECTION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout 17. 18-O-1299 : A SUBSTITUTE ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AMENDING CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE III, DIVISION 1, SECTION 30-62 ADMINISTRATIVE FEE AMOUNTS TAX RATE STRUCTURE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES TO INCREASE CERTAIN FEES RELATED TO OCCUPATIONAL AND BUSINESS LICENSING; AND TO DIRECT THAT THE REVENUE FROM THE FEES BE DEPOSITED INTO THE ACCOUNTS SET FORTH HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. Ordinance- Occupational Tax Increase - 03232018_v2 b. Revenue cycle 9 18. 18-O-1770 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER NATALYN M. ARCHIBONG AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO DONATE ONE HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ( 150,000.00) TO THE CENTER FOR CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS TO BE USED SPECIFICALLY FOR YOUTH AND EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout 19. 18-O-1782 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS JOYCE M. SHEPERD, HOWARD SHOOK, DUSTIN HILLIS, MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET AND J. P. MATZIGKEIT TO AMEND CHAPTER 2 - ADMINISTRATION, ARTICLE X, PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE, DIVISION 4, SOURCE SELECTION AND CONTRACT FORMATION, SECTION 2-1190 SMALL PURCHASES, AS A RESULT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT CONSOLIDATION; AND OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. 15 AMEND SECTION 2-1190 20. 19-R-3088 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET AS AMENDED ( 2) BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REQUESTING THE FULTON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS TO JOINTLY PROPOSE A LEGACY TAX RELIEF PROGRAM FOR LONG-TIME SENIOR PROPERTY OWNERS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. 2 LEGACY TAX RELIEF c. 19-R-3088 (Amendment Form) 21. 19-O-1070 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS AMIR R. FAROKHI, JENNIFER N. IDE, AND MATT WESTMORELAND TO AMEND THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES SECTION 114-414, ENTITLED HOLIDAYS FOR THE PURPOSE DESIGNATING EVERY FIRST TUESDAY AFTER THE FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER A LEGAL HOLIDAY FOR CITY EMPLOYEES COMMENCING ON NOVEMBER 3, 2020; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. Election Day Ordinance 22. 19-R-3187 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBERS MATT WESTMORELAND, JENNIFER N. IDE, ANDRE DICKENS, AMIR FAROKHI AND ANDREA L. BOONE AS AMENDED BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ESTABLISHING A DAY OF SERVICE IN THE CITY OF ATLANTA ON ALL MUNICIPAL AND FEDERAL GENERAL ELECTION DAYS TO ENCOURAGE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN LOCAL COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. 15ENCOURAGE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN LOCAL COMMUNITY SERVICE c. 19-R-3187 (Amendment Form) 23. 19-O-1190 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO AMEND CHAPTER 2 (ADMINISTRATION), ARTICLE III (MAYOR) TO ADD A NEW CODE SECTION 2-185 ENTITLED TRANSITION AND INAUGURATION ; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout 24. 19-O-1228 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO AMEND CHAPTER 2 ADMINISTRATION, ARTICLE X, PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE, DIVISION 5, SPECIFICATIONS, SO AS TO CREATE A NEW SECTION 2-1242 TO REQUIRE MARKET RESEARCH AND A MARKET RESEARCH REPORT FOR ALL CERTAIN METHODS OF SOURCE SELECTION EXCEEDING 100,000.00; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. AMEND CHAPTER 2 ADMINISTRATION, ARTICLE X, PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE, DIVISION 5, SPECIFICATIONS, SO AS TO CREATE A NEW SECTION 2-1242 25. 19-O-1229 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO AMEND CHAPTER 2 ADMINISTRATION, ARTICLE X, PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE, DIVISION 4, SOURCE SELECTION AND CONTRACT FORMATION, SECTION 2-1188, COMPETITIVE SEALED BIDDING, TO ALLOW THE CHIEF PROCUREMENT OFFICER TO WAIVE MINOR TECHNICALITIES AND INFORMALITIES IN BIDS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. Amend 2-1188 26. 19-O-1230 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO AMEND CHAPTER 2 ADMINISTRATION, ARTICLE X, PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE, DIVISION 4, SOURCE SELECTION AND CONTRACT FORMATION, SECTION 2-1189, COMPETITIVE SEALED PROPOSALS, TO ALLOW FOR LOCAL PREFERENCE IN THE SELECTION OF OFFORERS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. Amend - 2-1189, COMPETITIVE SEALED PROPOSALs 27. 19-O-1231 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO AMEND CHAPTER 2 ADMINISTRATION, ARTICLE X, PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE, DIVISION 4, SOURCE SELECTION AND CONTRACT FORMATION, SECTION 2-1191.1 SPECIAL PROCUREMENTS, AS A RESULT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT CONSOLIDATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. Amend - 2-1191.1 SPECIAL PROCUREMENTS 28. 19-O-1232 : AN ORDINANCE BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO AMEND CHAPTER 2 ADMINISTRATION, ARTICLE X, PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE, DIVISION 4, SOURCE SELECTION AND CONTRACT FORMATION, SECTION 2-1193, COMPETITIVE SELECTION PROCEDURES FOR PROFESSIONAL AND CONSULTANT SERVICES, TO ALLOW FOR LOCAL PREFERENCE IN THE SELECTION OF OFFORERS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Ordinance Printout a. Amend - 2-1193, COMPETITIVE SELECTION PROCEDURES FOR PROFESSIONAL AND CONSULTANT SERVICES 29. 19-R-3951 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBERS ANDRE DICKENS, ANDREA L. BOONE, AMIR R. FAROKHI, JENNIFER N. IDE, MATT WESTMORELAND, CARLA SMITH, JOYCE M. SHEPERD, MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET, NATALYN M. ARCHIBONG, AND DUSTIN HILLIS REQUESTING THE OFFICE OF ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT AND THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO CONDUCT A FEASIBILITY STUDY TO REQUIRE VENDORS AND CONTRACTORS AT ATLANTA BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES TO RAISE THE MINIMUM WAGE OF THEIR EMPLOYEES TO FIFTEEN DOLLARS ( 15.00) PER HOUR BY 2022; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Returned as HELD Resolution Printout a. 26 AMENDING CHAPTER 150 TRAFFIC AND VEHICLES COMMITTEE ON COUNCIL Communication(s) 1. 19-C-0085 : A COMMUNICATION FROM MAYOR KEISHA LANCE BOTTOMS REAPPOINTING MR. TODD GRAY TO SERVE ON THE CITY OF ATLANTA S BOARD OF ETHICS AND INDEPENDENT COMPLIANCE AS THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ATLANTA BUSINESS LEAGUE. THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF THREE (3) YEARS TO BEGIN RETROACTIVELY ON JUNE 20, 2019 AND EXPIRE JUNE 19, 2022. Confirmed [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - Ethics - Todd Gray b. Todd Gray Bio 2. 19-C-0086 : A COMMUNICATION FROM MAYOR KEISHA LANCE BOTTOMS AS AMENDED BY COMMITTEE ON COUNCIL APPOINTING MR. MATTHEW GROSVENOR TO SERVE ON THE CITY OF ATLANTA S BOARD OF ETHICS AND INDEPENDENT COMPLIANCE AS THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE GEORGIA SOCIETY OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS. THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF THREE (3) YEARS. Confirmed as Amended [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - Ethics - Matthew Grosvenor b. Matthew Grosvenor Bio 3. 19-C-0090 : A COMMUNICATION FROM MAYOR KEISHA LANCE BOTTOMS APPOINTING MR. PAT DIXON JR. TO SERVE AS A PROCUREMENT APPEALS HEARING OFFICER ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA. THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF TWO (2) YEARS. Confirmed [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - Procurement Appeals - Pat Dixon Jr b. Pat Dixon Jr Bio c. Pat Dixon Jr Resume 4. 19-C-0091 : A COMMUNICATION FROM MAYOR KEISHA LANCE BOTTOMS APPOINTING MR. GEORGE REID TO SERVE AS A PROCUREMENT APPEALS HEARING OFFICER ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA. THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF TWO (2) YEARS. Confirmed [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - Procurement Appeals - George Reid b. George Reid Resume 5. 19-C-0092 : A COMMUNICATION FROM MAYOR KEISHA LANCE BOTTOMS APPOINTING MR. JEFFERY SAXBY TO SERVE AS A PROCUREMENT APPEALS HEARING OFFICER ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA. THIS APPOINTMENT IS FOR A TERM OF TWO (2) YEARS. Confirmed [Unanimous] Communication Printout a. Appointment Letter - Procurement Appeals - Jeffery Saxby b. Jeffery Saxby Resume Resolution(s)/Communications 6. 19-R-3939 : A RESOLUTION BY COMMITTEE ON COUNCIL APPOINTING MR. MIKE HOWELL AS THE ATLANTA CITY COUNCIL APPOINTEE TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE BOULEVARD COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT FOR A TERM OF FOUR YEARS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. Exhibit A c. Mike Howell Resume Public d. Exhibit B 7. 19-R-4329 : A RESOLUTION BY COMMITTEE ON COUNCIL APPOINTING MR. STEPHEN CAUSBY AS THE ATLANTA CITY COUNCIL APPOINTEE TO THE ATLANTA BELTLINE DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE IN THE URBAN PLANNING SEAT FOR A TERM OF TWO YEARS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee [Unanimous] Resolution Printout b. Resume Stephen Causby Public d. Exhibit A e. Exhibit B f. Exhibit C 8. 19-R-4330 : A RESOLUTION BY COMMITTEE ON COUNCIL APPOINTING MS. KRISTEN J. HALLORAN AS THE ATLANTA CITY COUNCIL APPOINTEE TO THE ATLANTA BELTLINE DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE IN THE BELTLINE TAX ALLOCATION DISTRICT ADVISORY COMMITTEE SEAT FOR A TERM OF TWO YEARS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee [Unanimous] Resolution Printout c. Resume Kristin J Halloran Public d. Exhibit A e. Exhibit B f. Exhibit C Ordinance(s) for First Reading 9. 19-O-1477 : AN ORDINANCE BY COMMITTEE ON COUNCIL TO AMEND PART II (CODE OF ORDINANCES), CHAPTER 2 (ADMINISTRATION), ARTICLE VII (OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES), DIVISION 2 (STANDARDS OF CONDUCT), TO ACCURATELY REFLECT THE CURRENT NOMINATING ORGANIZATIONS FOR THE BOARD OF ETHICS AND INDEPENDENT COMPLIANCE; CLARIFY THE RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT FOR PROSPECTIVE BOARD MEMBERS; CREATE CONSISTENCY BETWEEN THE STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ETHICS OFFICER AND INDEPENDENT COMPLIANCE OFFICER POSITIONS; ENHANCE THE EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE BOARD, THE ETHICS OFFICE, AND THE INDEPENDENT COMPLIANCE OFFICE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Referred to Committee [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout Resolution(s) 10. 19-R-3956 : ****A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER JENNIFER N. IDE AS AMENDED BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ENTER INTO AMENDMENT NUMBER 1 FOR THE SUBSCRIPTION MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT WITH CARAHSOFT TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION D/B/A GRANICUS, FOR THE PURPOSE OF AUTHORIZING A RENEWAL TERM TO THE CURRENT AGREEMENT FOR A TERM NOT TO EXCEED SIX (6) ADDITIONAL MONTHS EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1, 2019 THROUGH MARCH 1, 2020, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED NINE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED THIRTY-SIX DOLLARS AND TWENTY-SEVEN CENTS ( 9,436.27); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted as Amended [Unanimous] Resolution Printout a. 5 SUBSCRIPTION AND MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT WITH CARAHSOFT TECH c. 19-R-3956 (Amendment Form) Ordinance(s) for Second Reading Paper(s) Held in Committee 11. 18-O-1416 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER MICHAEL JULIAN BOND AS AMENDED BY COMMITTEE ON COUNCIL AMENDING THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 2 (ADMINISTRATION), ARTICLE II (COUNCIL), DIVISION II (MEETINGS), SUBDIVISION I (GENERAL PROVISIONS), SECTION 2-71 (RESERVED), TO PROVIDE THAT ALL COUNCIL MEETINGS, COMMITTEE MEETINGS, AND COMMITTEE BRIEFINGS, WHETHER STANDING OR SPECIAL, SHALL BE VIDEOTAPED; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Ordinance Printout b. 18-O-1416 Amendment Form c. 18-O-1416 as Amended by COC on 08.06.2018 12. 19-O-1331 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER MICHAEL JULIAN BOND TO AMEND CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES, PART II (GENERAL ORDINANCES), CHAPTER 2 (ADMINISTRATION), ARTICLE II (COUNCIL), DIVISION II (MEETINGS), SUBDIVISION I (GENERAL PROVISIONS), SECTION 2-71 (RESERVED) TO RENAME THE SECTION AS (SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS) AND TO PROVIDE THE CONTENT OF THE SECTION TO REQUIRE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS AT EVERY MEETING OF THE ATLANTA CITY COUNCIL; TO AMEND DIVISION III (STANDING AND OTHER COMMITTEES), SUBDIVISION I (STANDING COMMITTEES) TO AMEND SECTION 2-133 (PROCEDURES) TO ADD A NEW SUBSECTION (I) TO REQUIRE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS AT EVERY COUNCIL COMMITTEE MEETING; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Ordinance Printout a. 12 AMEND CHPT 2 ADMINISTRATION SECTION 2-71 13. 19-O-1385 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS MICHAEL JULIAN BOND, MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET, ANDRE DICKENS, MATT WESTMORELAND, AMIR R. FAROKHI, HOWARD SHOOK, ANDREA L. BOONE, JENNIFER N. IDE, ANTONIO BROWN AND DUSTIN HILLIS TO AMEND CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES, PART II (GENERAL ORDINANCES), CHAPTER 2 (ADMINISTRATION), ARTICLE II (COUNCIL), DIVISION II (MEETINGS), SUBDIVISION I (GENERAL PROVISIONS), SECTION 2-73 (RESERVED) TO RENAME THE SECTION AS (REAL-TIME CLOSED CAPTIONING OF CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS) AND TO REQUIRE REAL-TIME CLOSED CAPTIONING AT EVERY MEETING OF THE ATLANTA CITY COUNCIL; TO AMEND DIVISION III (STANDING AND OTHER COMMITTEES), SUBDIVISION (STANDING COMMITTEES), SECTION 2-133 (OPERATIONS; PROCEDURES); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Ordinance Printout a. 18 14. 19-O-1386 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS MICHAEL JULIAN BOND, JOYCE M. SHEPERD, AMIR R. FAROKHI, MATT WESTMORELAND, ANDRE DICKENS, MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET, JENNIFER N. IDE, CARLA SMITH, ANTONIO BROWN, DUSTIN HILLIS AND ANDREA L. BOONE TO AMEND CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES, PART II (GENERAL ORDINANCES), CHAPTER 2 (ADMINISTRATION), ARTICLE II (COUNCIL), DIVISION II (MEETINGS), SUBDIVISION I (GENERAL PROVISIONS), SECTION 2-74 (RESERVED) TO RENAME THE SECTION AS (ACCESSIBILITY NOTICES) AND REQUIRE TO CERTAIN NOTICES TO BE POSTED REGARDING HOW TO REQUEST ACCOMMODATIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN COUNCIL MEETINGS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Ordinance Printout a. 19 15. 19-O-1407 : A SUBSTITUTE ORDINANCE BY COMMITTEE ON COUNCIL TO AMEND CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES SECTION 66-2 PRECINCT BOUNDARY LINES AND POLLING PLACES BY AMENDING THE 2017 PRECINCTS AND POLLING PLACES ORDINANCE IN FULTON COUNTY PRECINCTS 11B, 01J, 09B, 11R DUE TO THE COURT OF APPEALS REVERSED DECISION AND APPROVING THE ANNEXATION OF LOCH LOMOND SUBDIVISION INTO THE CITY OF SOUTH FULTON; NAME CHANGE OF FACILITY; PERMANENTLY MOVING PRECINCTS TO EXTEND PHYSICAL SPACE AND PARKING SPACES OF POLLING FACILITIES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Ordinance Printout a. Attachment 1 8.05.19 b. 8.05.19 Ordinance precinct polling 1-19a c. Exhibits. 1.19a.11B.SC02 CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE Ordinance(s) for Second Reading 1. 19-O-1419 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, TO WAIVE THE PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN CHAPTER 138, ARTICLE II, DIVISION 6, SECTION 138-60 ENTITLED FLAGS, BANNERS, SIGNS, DISPLAYS OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES, TO ALLOW THE COMMISSIONER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS TO WAIVE THE BANNER DEPOSIT FEE OF ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS ( 1,000.00) PURSUANT TO CODE SECTION 138-60(a)(7); TO WAIVE THE BANNER PERMIT FEE OF ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ( 100.00) PURSUANT TO CODE SECTION 138-60(a)(8); TO WAIVE ALL PER DAY FEES PURSUANT TO CODE SECTIONS 138-60(a)(8)b.1. AND 138-60(a)(8)b.2. AND TO PERMIT A CONGRATULATORY DISPLAY BANNER IN RECOGNITION OF DANIEL MCLAUGHLIN THERRELL HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM 2019 CLASS AA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Adopted [Unanimous] Ordinance Printout a. Therrell HS Banner MAP Paper(s) Held in Committee 2. 18-O-1713 : AN ORDINANCE BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE TO AMEND CHAPTER 75, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT DESIGN STANDARDS, OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PERMIT THIRD-PARTY CERTIFYING SYSTEMS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT DESIGN OF BUILDINGS THAT ARE CONSIDERED EQUIVALENT TO LEED TO SATISFY THE CITY S EXISTING REQUIREMENTS FOR LEED CERTIFICATION IN CHAPTER 75; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Ordinance Printout a. Sustainable Design Revisions 3. 18-O-1736 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER DUSTIN HILLIS TO AMEND CHAPTER 74 (ENVIRONMENT), ARTICLE VI (FLOOD AREA REGULATIONS) TO ADD A NEW SECTION 74-213 TITLED VARIANCE PROCEDURES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Ordinance Printout a. 11192018 New Section 74-213 CM HILLIS Exhibit A b. 11192018 New Section 74-213 CM HILLIS Exhibit B 4. 18-O-1596 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER MICHAEL JULIAN BOND REQUESTING THE COMMISSIONER OF WATERSHED MANAGEMENT REVIEW AND MAKE THE NECESSARY BILLING ADJUSTMENTS TO THE WATER AND SEWER BILL OF MS. RUTH STARKS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Ordinance Printout 5. 19-O-1246 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS CARLA SMITH AND MATT WESTMORELAND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE TO ABANDON A PORTION OF MARTIN STREET, S.E. BETWEEN MCDONOUGH BOULEVARD, S.E. AND JONESBORO ROAD, S.E. LYING AND BEING IN LAND LOT 56 OF THE 14th DISTRICT OF FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA; AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO EXECUTE A QUITCLAIM DEED(S) OF ALL OR ANY LESSER PORTION OF SUCH ABANDONMENTS TO THE ABUTTING OWNERS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Ordinance Printout 6. 19-O-1392 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS CLETA WINSLOW AND MICHAEL JULIAN BOND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ABANDON A PORTION OF PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY BETWEEN BAKER STREET AND LUCKIE STREET, BEING MORE SPECIFICALLY DEPICTED AND DESCRIBED IN THE ATTACHED EXHIBIT A TO THE GEORGIA AQUARIUM, INC.; AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO EXECUTE A QUITCLAIM DEED TO THE GEORGIA AQUARIUM FOR SUCH ABANDONED RIGHT-OF-WAY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Ordinance Printout a. 11 7. 19-R-3873 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER J.P. MATZIGKEIT TO AUTHORIZE PAYMENT OF STIPULATED PENALTIES IMPOSED BY THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ( EPA ) AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION DIVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA ( EPD ) IN THE AMOUNT OF ________ AS STIPULATED PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION OF CSO FECAL COLIFORM OPERATIONAL STANDARDS __________________ PURSUANT TO THE CSO CONSENT DECREE, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 1:95-CV-2550-TWT; TO IDENTIFY THE SOURCE OF FUNDING; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Resolution Printout 8. 19-O-1354 : AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER AMIR R. FAROKHI AS AMENDED BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE TO AMEND CHAPTER 138 OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES SO AS TO AMEND ARTICLE IV OF CHAPTER 138 TO BE ENTITLED RIGHT OF WAY DINING ; TO ESTABLISH REGULATIONS RELATED TO AND PROCEDURES FOR THE AUTHORIZATION OF EATING AND DRINKING ESTABLISHMENTS THAT WISH TO OPERATE OUTDOOR DINING AREAS ON THE SIDEWALK IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY; TO AMEND CHAPTER 10 OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES, (THE ALCOHOL CODE), SO AS TO PROVIDE FOR THE SALE AND SERVICE OF ALCOHOL FOR CONSUMPTION ON THE PREMISES PURSUANT TO A RIGHT OF WAY DINING PERMIT ISSUED UNDER CHAPTER 138; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Ordinance Printout a. ROW Dining Bill c. 19-O-1354 Amendment Form d. 19-O-1354 as Amended by PSLA on 07.09.2019 e. Exhibit A - Fee Study 9. 19-O-1418 : ****AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS AMIR FAROKHI, JOYCE M. SHEPERD, MICHAEL JULIAN BOND, MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET, ANDREA L. BOONE, JENNIFER N. IDE, DUSTIN HILLIS, ANTONIO BROWN, MATT WESTMORELAND, CARLA SMITH, ANDRE DICKENS, AND J.P. MATZIGKEIT AS AMENDED BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE TO AMEND CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE X, DIVISION 1 OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES TO CREATE A NEW SECTION 2-1115 TO PROHIBIT THE BUYING, PURCHASING, OR OTHERWISE ACQUIRING OF ANY NON-RECYCLABLE SINGLE-USE PLASTIC PRODUCTS FOR USE BY THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE OF THE CITY; TO AMEND CHAPTER 22, ARTICLE III, DIVISION 3, SUBDIVISION II OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES TO CREATE A NEW SECTION 22-136 TO PROHIBIT THE UTILIZATION OF NON-RECYCLABLE SINGLE-USE PLASTIC PRODUCTS BY COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS LOCATED IN ATLANTA HARTSFIELD-JACKSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT; TO AMEND CHAPTER 74, ARTICLE III, OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROHIBIT THE UTILIZATION OF NON-RECYCLABLE SINGLE-USE PLASTIC PRODUCTS BY COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS LOCATED IN PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES OWNED, OPERATED, OR LEASED BY THE CITY OF ATLANTA; TO AUTHORIZE THE DIRECTOR OF SUSTAINABILITY TO PROMULGATE ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS TO EFFECTUATE THE PURPOSES OF THIS ORDINANCE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Ordinance Printout a. Plastics Ordinance c. 19-O-1418 Amendment Form 10. 19-R-3949 : A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBERS AMIR R. FAROKHI, CARLA SMITH, MICHAEL JULIAN BOND, JOYCE M. SHEPERD, MARCI COLLIER OVERSTREET, JENNIFER N. IDE, ANDREA L. BOONE, DUSTIN HILLIS, ANDRE DICKENS, MATT WESTMORELAND, ANTONIO BROWN, AND J.P. MATZIGKEIT AS AMENDED BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE REQUESTING THAT THE OFFICE OF RESILIENCE PURSUE PARTNERSHIPS WITH PRIVATE ENTITIES SUCH AS STADIUMS, GROCERY STORES, AND OTHER RETAILERS TO PHASE OUT THE USE AND DISTRIBUTION OF NON-RECYCLABLE SINGLE-USE PLASTIC PRODUCTS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Resolution Printout a. Plastics Resolution c. 19-R-3949 Amendment Form N. Personal Paper(s) / Item(s) for Immediate Consideration 1. PP - Hillis-Assessment of Air Quality among COA City of Smryna Cobb County Adopted [Unanimous] Send to Mayor Post Haste Adopted [Unanimous] 2. PP Overstreet - FC-1190613-Campbellton Road Sidewalk Project-ELMS 19110 Adopted [Unanimous] Send to Mayor Post Haste Adopted [Unanimous] 3. PP - Brown-FC-1190623-Anderson Avenue Sidewalk Project-ELMS 19111 Adopted [Unanimous] Send to Mayor Post Haste Adopted [Unanimous] 4. PP- Shook-In Kind Contribution from Johnson Stem Activity Center Adopted [Unanimous] Amend Amended [Unanimous] O. Personal Paper(s) / Item(s) to be Referred 1. Enter Executive Session Adopted [Unanimous] 2. Exit Executive Session Adopted [Unanimous] P. General Remarks Q. Adjourning Roll Call

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