City Council Meeting July 22,2019

first_imgIII.REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS D.ORDINANCE R-2019-11 An Ordinance to Rezone Certain Real Estate in the City of Evansville, State of Indiana, More Commonly Known as 5.01 Acres Directly West of 1603 S. Tekoppel Petitioner: Evansville Vanderburgh Levee Authority District Owner: Evansville Vanderburgh Levee Authority District Requested Change: A.ORDINANCE R-2019-16 An Ordinance to Rezone Certain Real Estate in the City of Evansville, State of Indiana, More Commonly Known as 2809 Broadway Avenue Petitioner: Robby Pennell Owner: Robby Pennell Requested Change: C2 to C4 w/UDC Ward: 6 Brinkmeyer Representative: Steve Bohleber, Bohleber Law II.APPROVAL OF MEETING MEMORANDUM VIII.RESOLUTION DOCKET XI.ADJOURNMENT IV.SPECIAL ORDERS OF THE DAY V.CONSENT AGENDA:  FIRST READING OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS C.ORDINANCE R-2019-18 An Ordinance to Rezone Certain Real Estate in the City of Evansville, State of Indiana, More Commonly Known as 1603 S. Tekoppel Avenue, Evansville, IN Petitioner: David Properties, LLC Owner: David Properties, LLC Requested Change: C4 w/UDC to C4 w/UDC Ward: 6 Brinkmeyer Representative: Krista B. Lockyear, Lockyear Law B.ORDINANCE R-2019-17 An Ordinance to Rezone Certain Real Estate in the City of Evansville, State of Indiana, More Commonly Known as 1700 E. Morgan Avenue, Evansville, IN Petitioner: Robert Scott Stodgill and Julia A. Stodgill Owner: Julia A. Stodgill & Robert Scott Stodgill Requested Change: C4 to R2 Ward: 3 Melcher Representative: Steve Bohleber, Bohleber Law VII.REGULAR AGENDA:  SECOND READING OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS C.RESOLUTION C-2019-11 A Resolution of the Common Council Approving Extension of Interlocal Agreement with Knight Township Sponsor(s): McGinn Discussion Led By: Brinkmeyer Discussion Date: 7/22/2019 C.ADDITIONAL MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS VI.COMMITTEE REPORTS Memo Attachment: R-2019-13 Attachment: R-2019-11 Attachment: R-2019-15 Amended Attachment: R-2019-18 Attachment: C-2019-10 Attachment: A.ORDINANCE G-2019-05 An Ordinance Adding Chapter 9.40 (Unsolicited Materials) of the Evansville Municipal Code Sponsor(s): McGinn, Mosby, Weaver Discussion Led By: ASD Chair Mosby Discussion Date: 5/13/2019 Agenda Attachment: F-2019-13 Attachment: B.ORDINANCE F-2019-12 An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville Authorizing Transfers of Appropriations, Additional Appropriations and Repeal and Re-Appropriation of Funds for Various City Funds Sponsor(s): Weaver Discussion Led By: Finance Chair Weaver Discussion Date: 7/22/2019 E.ORDINANCE R-2019-12 An Ordinance to Rezone Certain Real Estate in the City of Evansville, State of Indiana, More Commonly Known as Part of 2800 Colonial Garden Road Petitioner: ANB Investments, LLC Owner: ANB Investments, LLC Requested Change: B.TAX PHASE-IN COMPLIANCE REPORTS:  Andrea Lendy, Growth Alliance C-2019-11 Attachment: A.RESOLUTION C-2019-09 A Preliminary Resolution of the Common Council of the City of Evansville Declaring an Economic Revitalization Area for Property Tax Phase-In for Redevelopment located at 606 and 607 East Iowa Street, Evansville, Indiana Carpenter Court, L.P. (c/o Pioneer Development Services, Inc.) Sponsor(s): McGinn Discussion Led By: Finance Chair Weaver Discussion Date: 7/22/2019 F.ORDINANCE R-2019-13 An Ordinance to Rezone Certain Real Estate in the City of Evansville, State of Indiana, More Commonly Known as 706 Wessel Lane, Evansville, IN  47712 Petitioner: Chad Sander Owner: Grimm Property Holdings LLC Requested Change: R1 to R2 Ward: 6 Brinkmeyer Representative: Chad Sander, Real Property Management Results R-1to C-4 w/UDC Ward: 6 Brinkmeyer Representative: Krista B. Lockyear, Lockyear Law G.ORDINANCE R-2019-15 Amended An Ordinance to Rezone Certain Real Estate in the City of Evansville, State of Indiana, More Commonly Known as 313 S New York Ave Petitioner: Harvey Baker & Shirley Baker Owner: Harvey Baker & Shirley Baker Requested Change: R4 to C4 Ward: 4 Robinson Representative: Tanisha Carothers, Carothers Law I.INTRODUCTION C.ORDINANCE F-2019-13 An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville Authorizing Repeals, Re-Appropriations within the Department of Metropolitan Development Sponsor(s): Weaver Discussion Led By: Finance Chair Weaver Discussion Date: 7/22/2019 G-2019-05 Attachment: C-2019-09 Attachment: X.COMMITTEE REPORTS F-2019-12 Attachment: R-2019-17 Attachment: R-2019-16 Attachment: R-1to M-1 w/UDC Ward: 1 McGinn Representative: Krista B. Lockyear, Lockyear Law A.THE NEXT MEETING of the Common Council will be Monday, August 12, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. IX.MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS R-2019-12 Attachment: TAX PHASE-IN COMPLIANCE REPORTS Attachment: B.RESOLUTION C-2019-10 A Resolution of the Common Council of the City of Evansville, Indiana, Authorizing Affordable Housing Funds for Habitat for Humanity of Evansville, Inc. New Construction Single-Family Projects in the City of Evansville, Indiana in an Amount Not to Exceed One-Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000) Sponsor(s): Weaver Discussion Led By: Finance Chair Weaver Discussion Date: 7/22/2019 City Council MeetingJuly 22,20191 NW MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BLVD. ROOM 3015:30 P.M.AGENDA FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Police nab prolific tagger

first_img “It’s like a GPS system,” Salazar said. “It’s an effective tool for law enforcement to record tagging and those who do it.”165Let’s talk business.Catch up on the business news closest to you with our daily newsletter. Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WHITTIER – Police have arrested two 14-year-old boys on suspicion of vandalism, one of whom officials say they linked to 70 different tagging incidents in the city. Officers caught the boys spray-painting a wall Thursday in the 13500 block of Franklin Street, Whittier Police Department spokeswoman Officer Diana Salazar said Friday. “A caller phoned the station Thursday morning to say she heard spray painting outside the residence,” she said. Officers responded quickly enough to observe two juveniles spray-painting the wall, she added. As the officers attempted to detain the boys, one of them attempted to escape, but was quickly caught, she said. Both were arrested on suspicion of vandalism. They later were released to their parents. One of the boys is a Whittier resident, the other lives in Norwalk, Salazar said. Officers took photographs of the grafitti and entered the images into the department’s Graffiti Tracker data base, which can identify graffiti by design and location. By using the system, police were able to link one of the boys to 70 other tagging incidents, Salazar said.last_img read more