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Columbia City Council Agenda Regular meeting, September 6, 2005

The Columbia City Council will meet tonight, Tuesday, September 6, 2005, at 6 p.m. Several important items are on the agenda, including setting the ad valorem tax rate for 2005, adopting a new skateboard ordinance, hearing a progress report from the industrial recruiter, hearing comments about the parking on High Street, and considering planning and zoning needs around the new bypass and interchange.
The meeting is open to the public.

The meeting was moved to Tuesday night because the Labor Day holiday fell on the Council's usual first Monday meeting date.
Agenda:
Columbia City Council Meeting
City Hall, Campbellsville ST, Columbia, KY
Tuesday, September 6, 2005


Call to order: Regular meeting of September 6, 2005, at 6:00 p.m. in City Hall.

ROLL CALL:

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1st Item: Motion to approve minutes of August 1, 2005 meeting.

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Motion

2nd Item: Citizen's Comments:
  1. Appalachian Research & Defense Representative Concerning Parking on High Street

  2. Martin Jones: Update on Industrial Authority
3rd Item: City Attorney give 2nd reading to the following Ordinance:
Ordinance No. 920.70
An ordinance amending the Columbia Zoning regulations and Columbia Official Zoning Districts Map (304/306 Campbellsville Street).
4th Item: _____________________Introduce the following ordinance for 1st reading:
Ordinance No. 620.51
An ordinance regulating the riding and operation of skateboards, roller skates, roller blades and coasters within the City Limits of Columbia, KY.
City Attorney give 1st reading to Ordinance No. 620.51
(No vote required)
5th Item: _____________________Introduce the following ordinance for 1st reading:
Ordinance No. 220.131
An ordinance providing for the levying and collection of an ad valorem tax for the City of Columbia, Kentucky for the year 2005
City Attorney give 1st reading to Ordinance No. 220.131.
No vote required.
6th Item: Consider a recommendation from the Planning & Zoning Comision to initiate the development of two area plans for the By-Pass and Interchange Areas in conjunction with the Comprehensive Plan update.

7th Item: Mayor Announcements

8th Item: Council Announcements

9th Item: Motion to Adjourn

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Mayor Patrick R. Bell. Council Members Larry Marshall, Joe Moore, Charles Grimsley, Craig Dean, Edwin Taylor, and June Parsons. City Attorney Marshall Loy. City Court Clerk Carolyn Edwards. City Police Chief Mark Harris. City Utilities Commission Director Jim Williams. City Works Director Donnie Rowe.


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