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Meeting Name: Rules Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 3/1/2022 2:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers 1st Floor, City Hall
Published agenda: Revised Marked Revised Marked Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
Meeting video: eComment: Not available  
Attachments: Speaker Cards, Attendance Sheet, Handouts, Handouts, 20220301 RULES COMMITTEE AGENDA-FINAL.pdf
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2021-0855-E 11. OrdinanceORD Declaring 9216 1st Ave, Jax, FL 32208 (R.E. #-036499-0000), btwn Soutel Dr. & Belvedere St., to be surplus to needs of the City; Auth Convey of subject parcel to Christ the Living Cornerstone, Inc., a FL not for profit corp, at no cost; Auth Mayor & Corp Secretary to execute a quitclaim deed & other convey docs; Waiving Sec. 122.425 (dispo by auction or sealed bid), Pt 4 (Real Prop), Chpt 122 (Public Prop), Ord Code, to allow donation to Christ the Living Cornerstone, Inc.; Providing a right of reentry for failure to use subject parcel for the operation of a wellness clinic and/or Comm Outreach Ctr; Prov for City Oversight by the Dept of Public Works, Real Estate Div (Dist 8-Pittman)(Johnston)(Introduced by CMs Ferraro & Pittman) (Co-Sponsors CMs R. Gaffney, Freeman & Diamond) 11/23/21 CO Introduced: TEU, F, R 12/6/21 TEU Read 2nd & Rerefer 12/7/21 F Read 2nd & Rerefer 12/7/21 R Read 2nd & Rerefer 12/14/21 CO PH Read 2nd & Rereferred:TEU, F, R 1/3/22 TEU Amend/Approve 6-1 (CM Cumber) 4/19/22 F Amend/Approve 7-0 4/19/22 R Amend/Approve 7-0 4/26/22 CO Amend/Approved 19-0 Defer  Action details Video Video
2021-0885-W 12. OrdinanceORD Apv & Auth the Mayor, or His Designee, & the Corp Sec to Pursue or Seek Waiver of Collection of the Local Option Gas Tax Within the 2021-2022 Budget Yr Consistent with a Period of Time to Align with the State Suspension of the State Gas Tax Collection Should the State Allow for Waiver of the Prov of Sec 336.025 & 336.021, FL Statutes, so that Local Govts Have the Ability to Suspend Collection of Local Option Gas Taxes; Offering Findings & Statemnts of Fact; Directing Legislative Services Div to Forward to the FL Legislature, the Duval Legislative Delegation, & the FL Dept of Revenue (Johnston) (Introduced by CM Dennis) 12/14/21 CO Introduced: NCSPHS, TEU, F, R 1/3/22 NCSPHS Read 2nd & Rerefer 1/3/22 TEU Read 2nd & Rerefer 1/4/22 F Read 2nd & Rerefer 1/4/22 R Read 2nd & Rerefer 1/11/22 CO PH Read 2nd & Rereferred:NCSPHS, TEU,F, R 3/14/22 NCSPHS Withdraw 6-0 3/14/22 TEU Withdraw 4-2 (CMs Cumber & Ferraro) 3/15/22 F Withdraw 7-0 3/15/22 R Withdraw 5-2 (CMs Cumber & Diamond) 3/22/22 CO Withdrawn 14-4 (CM's Becton,Cumber, Diamond & Ferraro) Public Hearing Pursuant to ChDefer  Action details Video Video
2021-0898-W 13. ResolutionRESO Encouraging the State to Allow Local Govs to Waive the Provision of Sec 336.025 & 336.021 FL Statutes, to Allow Local Govs the Ability to Suspend Collection of Local Option Gas Taxes if the State Suspends the State Gas Tax for a Period of that time is Consistent with The State’s Suspension; Offering Findings & Statements of Fact; Addn’l Apv & Auth Required to Execute Docs Related to the Waiver of State Statutes to Suspend Collection of the LOGT and Transfer of Funds to Prevent Funding Lapse; Directing Legislative Services Div to Forward to the FL Legislature, the Duval Legislative Delegation & the FL Dept of Revenue (Johnston) (Introduced by CM Dennis) 12/14/21 CO Introduced: NCSPHS, TEU, F, R 1/3/22 NCSPHS Read 2nd & Rerefer 1/3/22 TEU Read 2nd & Rerefer 1/4/22 F Read 2nd & Rerefer 1/4/22 R Read 2nd & Rerefer 1/11/22 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred:NCSPHS,TEU,F, R 3/14/2022 NCSPHS Withdraw 6-0 3/14/22 TEU Withdraw 4-2 (CM's Cumber & Ferraro) 3/15/22 F Withdraw 7-0 3/15/22 R Withdraw 5-2 (CMs Cumber & Diamond) 3/22/22 CO Withdrawn 14-4 (CM's Becton,Cumber, Diamond & FerraroDefer  Action details Video Video
2022-0001-E 14. OrdinanceORD-MC re Redistricting of JAX City Council Districts & Group At-Large Residence Areas, & Designating the Duval Co School Board Districts Following the 2020 Census of the City as Required by Sec 5.02 (Redistricting of Council Districts & Residence Areas) & 13.03 (Redistricting of School Board Districts), City Charter; Providing Legislative Findings & Recitals; Adopting & Enacting of a Redistricting Plan re City Council Districts, City Council Group At-Large Residence Areas, & School Board Districts Based on the 2020 Census Data; Amending the City Charter to Attach District Boundary Descriptions for 14 City Council District Boundaries & for 5 City Council Group At-Large Residence Area Boundaries Pursuant to Sec 5.01 (Council Membership, Residence Areas & Districts), City Charter; Amending the City Charter to Designate the 7 School Board Districts Pursuant to Sec 13.02 (School Board Districts), City Charter; Providing for an Index of Exhibits; Directing the Chief of Legislative Services to Send a Copy of this Legislation to Municode (Johnston) (Introduced by CP Newby at Req of Special PH Only  Action details Video Video
2022-0034-E 15. OrdinanceORD Concerning an Application for Assignment & Transfer of Residential Waste & Recycling Collection & Transportation Svcs Contract for Svc Area I (City Council Districts 7,8,9,10,12, & 14); Designating & Directing the Transportation, Energy & Utilities (TEU) Committee to hold a Noticed Public Hearing to Review & Make Recommendations Regarding Approval or Disapproval of Waste Mgmnt Inc. of FL, a FL Corp & Successor by Merger to Advanced Disposal Svcs Jax, LLC ("Applicant"), Application for Assignment & Transfer of the Amended & Restated Agreement for Residential Waste & Recycling Collection & Transportation Svcs ( Contract # 9165) btwn the COJ & Advanced Disposal Svcs Jax, LLC, in Accordance with Sec 382.308 (Contract Provisions; Exemption from Purchasing Code;Extension of Contracts), Pt 3 (Selection of Waste Collection & Disposal Svc Areas & Contractors), Chapt 382 (Waste Collection & Disposal Svc by Contractors & City), Ord Code; Directing the City Council Legislative Svcs Div to Issue the Required Public Hearing Notice in Accordance w/Sec. 382.308 (Contract Provisions; ExemptionDefer  Action details Video Video
2022-0090-E 16. OrdinanceORD Approp $600,000 from the Mental Health Offender Trust Fund to Provide Funding for the Mental Health Offender Program (“MHOP”); Providing for a Carryover of Funds Into FY 2022-2023; Apv, & Auth the Mayor, or His Designee, & Corp Sec to Execute & Deliver, an Agreement btwn the COJ & the I.M. Sulzbacher Center for the Homeless Inc. (“Sulzbacher Center”) for $407,850; Invoking the Exception in Sec 126.107 (G), Ord Code, to Allow Direct Contract with I.M. Sulzbacher Center for the Homeless, Inc. to Provide Svcs to the MHOP & Manage the MHOP; Waiving Sec 118.107 (Nonprofits to Receive Funding Through a Competitive Evaluated Award process), Pt 1 (General Provisions), Chapt 118 (City Grants), Ord Code, to Allow Direct Contract with Sulzbacher Center; Waiving Sec 118.201 (F) (7) (Release of Appropriations), Ord Code, to Allow for Advance Payments in Excess of 10% to Sulzbacher Center; Apv, & Auth the Mayor, or His Designee, & Corp Sec to Execute & Deliver, an Agreement btwn the COJ & the 4th Judicial Circuit Courts of FL to Provide for a Mental Health Jail Initiative Coordinator for $78,7Sub/Approve Pass Action details Video Video
2022-0093-E 17. OrdinanceORD Making Certain Findings & Approp $156,290 from the General Fund Balance to Historic Stanton, Inc. to be used for Bldg Improvements at the Historic Stanton School Bldg, at 521 W. Ashley St.; Apv, & Auth the Mayor, or his Designee, & Corp. Secretary to Execute & Deliver, an Agreement btwn the City of Jax & Historic Stanton, Inc. to provide Bldg Improvements at the Historic Stanton School Bldg, at 521 W. Ashley St.; Invoking the Exception in Sec.126.107 (G), Ord Code, to allow Direct Contract with Historic Stanton, Inc. to provide for Bldg Improvements; Waiving Sec. 118.107 (Nonprofits to Receive Funding through a Competitive Evaluated Award Process), Pt 1 (General Provisions), Chapt 118 (City Grants), Ord Code, to allow Direct Contract with Historic Stanton, Inc.; Waiving Sec.118.201 (F) (7) (Release of Appropriations),Ord Code, to allow for Advance Payments in Excess of 10% to Historic Stanton, Inc.; Providing Oversight by the Dept. of Finance & Admin. (Sidman) (Introduced by CMs R. Gaffney & Priestly Jackson) (Co-Sponsor CMs Pittman, Morgan, Bowman, Salem, Freeman DeFoor, Dennis,Amend/ApprovePass Action details Video Video
2022-0098-E 18. OrdinanceORD-MC Amend Chapt 672 (Public Nuisance Abatement Board), Sec. 672.02 (Creation; Composition; Term of Office) to Exempt the Appointments of Board Members from the JFRD & the Neighborhoods Dept from Council Confirmation. (Young) (Introduced by CM Cumber) 2/8/22 CO Introduced: NCSPHS, F, R 2/14/22 NCSPHS Read 2nd & Rerefer 2/15/22 F Read 2nd & Rerefer 2/15/22 R Read 2nd & Rerefer 2/22/22 CO PH Read 2nd & Rereferred:NCSPHS, F, R 2/28/22 NCSPHS 2-4 (Fail) (CMs Bowman, Morgan, Pittman, Priestly Jackson) 3/1/22 F Approve 6-1 (CM Pittman) 3/1/22 R Approve 5-2 (CMs Priestly Jackson, Bowman) 3/8/22 CO Approved 15-3 (CM's Bowman, Newby & Priestly Jackson) Public Hearing Pursuant to Chapt 166, F.S. & C.R. 3.601 –2/22/22 ApprovePass Action details Video Video
2022-0099-A 19. ResolutionRESO Confirm the Appt of Mary Pat Wallmeyer, a Duval County Resident with Grant Experience, to the Public Svc Grant Council, Replacing Lara K. Diettrich, Pursuant to Chapt 80, Ord Code, for a 1st Full Term Exp 12/31/24. (Distel) (Introduced by CP Newby) (Co-Sponsor CM R. Gaffney) 2/8/22 CO Introduced: R 2/15/22 R Read 2nd & Rerefer 2/22/22 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred:R 3/1/22 R Approve 7-0 3/8/22 CO Approved 16-0 ApprovePass Action details Video Video
2022-0100-A 110. ResolutionRESO Appt Jane Evans, as a Member of the Jax-Duval County Council on Elder Affairs, filling the Seat formerly held by Marcelle Bessman, PH.D., as the Council Dist Rep., Pursuant to Chapt 82, Ord Code, for a 1st Term Exp 6/30/23. (Distel) (Introduced by CP Newby) (Co-Sponsor CM R. Gaffney) 2/8/22 CO Introduced: R 2/15/22 R Read 2nd & Rerefer 2/22/22 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred: R 3/1/22 R Approve 7-0 3/8/22 CO Approved 16-0 ApprovePass Action details Video Video
2022-0103-A 111. ResolutionRESO re: COJ’s 2022 List of Priority Projects related to Transportation Improvements; Prov a Recommendation to the North FL Transportation Planning Organization (TPO). (Staffopolous) (Introduced by CP Newby & CM White) (Co-Sponsors CMs Morgan & R. Gaffney) 2/22/22 CO Introduced: TEU, R 2/28/22 TEU Read 2nd & Rerefer 3/1/22 R Read 2nd & Rerefer 3/8/22 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred: TEU, R 3/14/22 TEU Approve 7-0 3/15/22 R Approve 7-0 3/22/22 CO Approved 19-0 Read 2nd & Rerefered  Action details Video Video
2022-0118-E 112. OrdinanceORD Making Certain Findings, & Apv & Auth the Execution of an Economic Dev Agreemt (“Agreement”) btwn the COJ (“City”) & Pritchard Hospitality, LLC (“Company”), to Support the Dev of an 82 Unit Limited-Service Motel Proj Gen Located at 4142 Perimeter Industrial Pkwy W. in the City (“Project”); Auth a $290,000 Recapture Enhanced Value Prog Grant (“Rev Grant”); Apv & Auth the Execution of Docs by the Mayor, or his Designee, & Corp Sec; Auth Apv of Technical Amendments by the Executive Director of the Office of Economic Dev (“OED”); Providing for Oversite by OED; Waiver of that Portion of the Public Investment Policy Adopt by Ord 2016-382-E Which Would Require That in Order for a Proj to Receive a Rev Grant the Company is Required to be in a Targeted Industry & Pay Wages Equal to 100% of the State of FL Average Wage; Req 2-Reading Passage Pursuant to Council Rule 3.305 (Sawyer)(Introduced by CP Newby at Req of Mayor) 2/22/22 CO Introduced: F, R 3/1/22 F Amend/Approve 5-1 (CM Becton) 3/1/22 R Amend/Approve 6-1 (CM Diamond) 3/8/22 CO PH Amend/Approved 14-3 (CM's Becton, DiamoAmend/ApprovePass Action details Video Video
2022-0121-E 113. OrdinanceORD Adopting by Reference the 45th -55th Supplements to the 1990 Edition of the Ord Code of the City of Jax and the City Charter, including all State Laws, Voted Laws & Ords of Gen & Permanent Nature Enacted by Council & Considered by Mayor thru 1/10/2022; Repealing Gen & Permanent Ords so Adopted & Considered before 1/10/2021 (Sidman) (Introduced by CP Newby at Req of Council Secretary) 2/22/22 CO Introduced: R 3/1/22 R Read 2nd & Rerefer 3/8/22 CO PH Read 2nd & Rereferred:R 4/5/22 R Substitute/Rerefer 7-0 4/12/22 CO Substitute/Rereferred 17-0 5/3/22 R Amend/Approve 7-0 5/10/22 CO AmendApproved 18-0 Public Hearing Pursuant to Chapt 166, F.S. & C.R. 3.601 – 3/8/22 Read 2nd & Rerefered  Action details Video Video
2022-0123-D 114. OrdinanceORD Relating to the Elections & Terms of the City Council, Sheriff, Sup of Elections, Propty Appraiser, Tax Collector, Clerk of the Court & Duval Co School Board; Setting a Public Referendum; Amend the Charter of the COJ, Chapt 92-341, Laws of FL, as Amended, to Change the 2 Term Consecutive Limit Provisions to 2 Term Total Limit Provisions for Sec 5.041 (The Council-Limitation of Term of Office), 6.01 (Mayor-Qualifications & Term of Office); 8.04 (Sheriff-2 Term Limit), 9.04 (Supervisor of Elections-2 Term Limit), 10.04 (Propty Appraiser-2 Term Limit), 11.04 (Tax Collector-2 Term Limit), 12.11 (Clerk of Courts-2 Term Limit) & 13.15 (Duval Co School Board-2 Term Limit), of the Charter of the COJ; Providing for Referendum Apv of This Ord; Providing for a Financial Impact Statement to be Developed & Placed on the Ballot; Directing the Sup of Elections to Place the Referendum Question on the 2022 Primary Election Ballot on Aug 23, 2022. (Johnston) (Introduced by CM Diamond) (Co-Sponsor CM Cumber) 2/22/22 CO Introduced: NCSPHS, TEU, F, R 2/28/22 NCSPHS Read 2nd & Rerefer 2/28/22 TEU RRead 2nd & Rerefered  Action details Video Video
2022-0124-E 115. OrdinanceORD Apv & Auth the Execution & Delivery of an Agreement to Settle Nuisance Liens “After-the-Fact” btwn the COJ (“City”) & Christ the Living Cornerstone, Inc. (“Owner”), in Connection with the Demolition & Improvement of the Vacant Propty Located at 2111 Phoenix Ave, Real Estate #114915-0000, (“Property”), Which Lien Agreemnt Auth a Reduction of the Nuisance Liens “After-the-Fact” on the Subject Propty in the Amount of $4,771.39 Plus Accrued Interest; Waiving the Requirements of Sec 518.145 (D), Ord Code (Collection & Settlement of Nuisance Abatement & Demolition Liens); Directing the Finance & Administration Dept & the Neighborhoods Department to Administer the Lien Agreement. (Johnston) (Introduced by CMs Ferraro & Pittman) (Co-Sponsor CM's R. Gaffney, Freeman,Carlucci & Diamond) 2/22/22 CO Introduced: NCSPHS, F, R 2/28/22 NCSPHS Read 2nd & Rerefer 3/1/22 F Read 2nd & Rerefer 3/1/22 R Read 2nd & Rerefer 3/8/22 CO PH Read 2nd & Rereferred:NCSPHS, F, R 3/14/22 NCSPHS Amend/Approve 6-0 3/15/22 F Amend/Approve 7-0 3/15/22 R Amend/Approve 7-0 3/22/22 CO Amend/Approved 18-Read 2nd & Rerefered  Action details Video Video
2022-0125-A 116. ResolutionRESO Commending Stephanie Burch for her Outstanding Svc to the COJ. (Hampsey) (Introduced by CM Diamond) (Co-Sponsor CMs Becton, Salem, Morgan,Carrico,DeFoor, White, Cumber, Bowman, Priestly Jackson, Newby,Pittman & Freeman) 2/22/22 CO Introduced: R 3/1/22 R Approve 7-0 3/8/22 CO Approved 16-0 ApprovePass Action details Video Video
2022-0126-A 117. ResolutionRESO Honoring & Commending Jax Native Leroy Butler on his Election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame (Clements) (Introduced by CM’s Salem & Pittman) (Co-Sponsors CMs Becton, Morgan, Carrico, Bowman, Priestly Jackson, Newby, Ferraro & Freeman) 2/22/22 CO Introduced: R 3/1/22 R Approve 7-0 3/8/22 CO Approved 16-0 ApprovePass Action details Video Video
2022-0127-A 118. ResolutionRESO Concerning City Council’s Top Budget Priorities for the 2022-2023 FY & Encouraging the Mayor to Inc the Council Priorities into the 2022-2023 Budget (Sidman) (Introduced by Finance Committee; CM’s Salem, Becton, Boylan, R. Gaffney, Carlucci, Freeman, Pittman) (Co-Sponsors CMs Morgan, Bowman, DeFoor & R. Gaffney) 2/22/22 CO Introduced: F, R 3/1/22 F Read 2nd & Rerefer 3/1/22 R Read 2nd & Rerefer 3/8/22 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred:F, R 3/15/22 F Approve 7-0 3/15/22 R Approve 7-0 3/22/22 CO Approved 19-0 Read 2nd & Rerefered  Action details Video Video
2022-0128-A 119. ResolutionRESO Conf the Mayor’s Appt of Chandler Fussell as Chief of the Sports & Entertainment Div of the Department of Parks, Rec & Community Svc of the COJ Pursuant to Sec. 28.202, Ord Code (McCain, Jr.) (Introduced by the CP Newby at Req of Mayor) (Co-Sponsors CMs Salem, White & R. Gaffney) 2/22/22 CO Introduced: R 3/1/22 R Read 2nd & Rerefer 3/8/22 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred:R 3/15/22 R Approve 7-0 3/22/22 CO Approved 19-0 Read 2nd & Rerefered  Action details Video Video
2022-0129-A 120. ResolutionRESO Recognizing the Month of March as Nat’l Red Cross Month & Commending the Volunteers & Staff of the N. FL Region for their Svc (Clements) (Introduced by CM White) (Co-Sponsors CMs Salem, Morgan, Becton, Bowman, Diamond, DeFoor,Priestly Jackson, Ferraro, Pittman & Freeman) 2/22/22 CO Introduced: R 3/1/22 R Approve 7-0 3/8/22 CO Approved 16-0 ApprovePass Action details Video Video
2022-0130-A 121. ResolutionRESO Honoring & Commending Jax Jaguars Great Tony Boselli on the Honor of being Elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame & for his Outstanding Contributions to the Jax Community (Clements) (Introduced by CM Salem) (Co-Sponsor CMs Becton, Morgan, Carrico,DeFoor, Diamond, Bowman, Ferraro,Newby & Freeman) 2/22/22 CO Introduced: R 3/1/22 R Approve 7-0 3/8/22 CO Approved 16-0 ApprovePass Action details Video Video
2022-0131-A 122. ResolutionRESO Honoring & Commending Jax Sherriff’s Off Asst Chief Lakesha Burton for her Decades of Svc on Occasion of her Retirement (Clements) (Introduced by CM Pittman) (Co-Sponsor CMs Becton, Salem, Morgan, Ferraro,Carrico,Priestly Jackson, DeFoor, Bowman, Dennis, Newby & Freeman) 2/22/22 CO Introduced: R 3/1/22 R Approve 7-0 3/8/22 CO Approved 16-0 ApprovePass Action details Video Video
2022-0132-A 123. ResolutionRESO Honoring & Commemorating the Life & Achievements of Renowned Ribault High School Band Director Clifford M. Buggs, Sr. (Clements) (Introduced by CM Priestly Jackson) (Co-Sponsor CMs Becton, Morgan,Bowman, Diamond, Dennis, DeFoor,Ferraro, Newby, Pittman & Freeman) 2/22/22 CO Introduced: R 3/1/22 R Approve 7-0 3/8/22 CO Approved 16-0 ApprovePass Action details Video Video
2022-0133-A 124. ResolutionRESO Upon an acknowledgement of due Auth & the Making of Findings, Approving the Issuance by the Jax Housing Finance Auth of its Multifamily Housing Rev Bonds (Ashley Sq), Series 2022, In an Aggregate Principal Amnt not to Exceed $1,670,000 for the Purpose of Financing a Portion of the Costs Related to the Const of a Multifamily Residential Housing Facility for Persons of Family of Low, Mid, or Moderate Income, at 650 Newnan St N, Jax, Duval County, FL , 32202, & to be Commonly Known as “Ashley Square Apartments”; Determining Credit Not Being Pledged (Hodges) (Introduced by CP Newby at Request of JHFA) (Co-Sponsor CM R. Gaffney) 2/22/22 CO Introduced: F, R 3/1/22 F Read 2nd & Rerefer 3/1/22 R Read 2nd & Rerefer 3/8/22 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred:F, R 3/15/22 F Approve 7-0 3/15/22 R Approve 7-0 3/22/22 CO Approved 19-0Read 2nd & Rerefered  Action details Video Video
2022-0134-A 125. ResolutionRESO Recognizing & Supporting Reso 2022-01, as Adopted by the Jax Waterways Comm, requesting that the City Petition the US Army Corps of Engineers (“USACE”) to Undertake a Study to Determine the Cause & Solution for a Sandbar/Shoal Formed in the St. John’s River, Adjacent to the Fulton Cut & Blount Island; Req the Mayor Exec & Deliver a Written Letter to the USACE for the Purposes Set Forth Herein (Grandin) (Introduced by CM Ferraro) (JWC Apv) (Co-Sponsors CM's Boylan, DeFoor, Carlucci, Morgan, Diamond, Howland, Bowman & R. Gaffney) 2/22/22 CO Introduced: TEU, R, JWC 2/28/22 TEU Read 2nd & Rerefer 3/1/22 R Read 2nd & Rerefer 3/8/22 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred: TEU, R 3/14/22 TEU Approve 7-0 3/15/22 R Approve 7-0 3/22/22 CO Approved 19-0Read 2nd & Rerefered  Action details Video Video
2022-0137-E 126. OrdinanceORD Supplementing Ord 2006-888-E Auth Issuance of City’s Special Revenue Bonds, in 1 or More Series in Amount not in Excess of $33,500,000 of Net Proj Funds in Order to Refinance Acquisition & Constructn of Metropolitan Parking Solutions Parking Garages & Finance Certain Capital Equipmnt & Improvements Thereto (The “Series 2022B Project”); Prov Authority for this Ord; Prov for Certain Definitions; Making Certain Findings; Prov that Ord Shall Constitute a Contract btwn Issuer & Bondholders; Auth of Financing the Series 2022B Proj; Auth & Terms of the Series 2022B Bonds; Auth Mayor to Award the Sale of Said Bonds on a Limited Competitive Basis, on a Negotiated Basis, or as a Private Placement, as Provided Herein; Auth the Acquisition of Debt Svc Reserve Fund Products with Respect to Such Bonds, if Deemed Necessary; Auth Acquisition of Credit Facilities with Respect to Such Bonds if Deemed Necessary; Auth Preparation of Preliminary & Final Official Statements &/or Offering Memoranda with Respect to Such Bonds; Auth Execution of Continuing Disclosure Undertaking or Agreemnt with Respect Emergency/ApprovePass Action details Video Video
2022-0138-E 127. OrdinanceORD-MC Making Certain Findings & Apv & Auth the Mayor, or his Designee, & Corp Sec to Execute a Settlement Agreemt, Amended & Restated Mortgage, Amended & Restated Promissory Notes, a Lease Agreemnt for Lease by the DIA of the 3 Downtown Parking Garages (“Parking Garages”) Owned by Metropolitan Parking Solutions, LLC (“Developer”) for a Lease Term Through 9/202051, Sublease & Vendor Assignment Agreemts & Related Closing Docs & Other Agreemts as Set Forth in the Settlement Agreemnt, to Auth the Settlement of Certain Litigation btwn the City & Developer; Subj to Appropriation of Funds Therefore via Separate Legislation, the Settlement Agreemnt Auth the City to Provide Funding in the Not-to Exceed Amount of $33,500,000 to Defease the Existing Bond Debt of Developer in an Amount Not to Exceed $29,500,000 & to Pay for Certain Closing Costs & Other Costs & Expenses as Set Forth in the Settlement Agreemnt; Repealing in its Entirety Ord 2021-179-E, Which Auth Borrowing from the City’s Commercial Paper Facility &/or Issuance of Fixed-Rate Debt in the Cumulative, Not to Exceed Amount of $32,90Emergency/Amend/ApprovedPass Action details Video Video