Work Study Session          

 

 

Tempe City Council

Work Study Session

Harry E. Mitchell Government Center

Tempe City Hall - City Council Chambers

31 East 5th Street, Tempe, Arizona

Thursday, March 17, 2016

4:00 PM

 

Members of the City Council may attend either in person or by telephone conference call.

 

AGENDA

 

Legal Advice:  If necessary, the City Council may vote to adjourn to executive session for the purpose of obtaining legal advice from the Council’s attorney on any matter listed on the agenda pursuant to A.R.S. § 38-431.03(A)(3).

 

1.

Call to the Audience

 

The City Council welcomes public comment at this time for items listed under Section 2, Issue Review Session Items, on this Work Study Session agenda. There is a three-minute time limit per speaker.

 

2.

Issue Review Session Items

 

A.

McClintock Drive Street Configuration Impacts*

 

B.

Fiscal Year 2016-17 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Presentation*

 

C.

Fire Station Location Update*

 

D.

Bike Share Program Update*

 

E.

Future Agenda Items*

 

3.

Call to the Audience

 

The City Council welcomes public comment at this time for items listed under Sections 4A and 4B, Committee of the Whole Items, on this Work Study Session agenda. There is a three-minute time limit per speaker.

 

4.

Committee of the Whole Items

 

A.

Items Ready for City Council Direction or Status Update

 

1.

Revitalization or Re-purposing of Commercial Strip Centers* – City Council Direction

 

2.

Branding/Communications Ad Hoc Committee Recommendations* – City Council Direction

 

3.

Internet Sales Transaction Location* – City Council Direction

 

B.

New Items for City Council Consideration

 

1.

Electric Bike Ordinance*

 

2.

Sustainability Coordination*

 

3.

Animal Waste Removal in Right-of-Way*

 

4.

Lobbyist Registration*


 

C.

Items in Progress - updates as needed

 

1.

Anti-Discrimination Ordinance Update (EQAZ Municipality Equality Index) – Vice Mayor Woods and Councilmembers Granville and Navarro (To be determined)

 

2.

Art Murals on Commercial Property – Mayor Mitchell, Vice Mayor Woods, and Councilmember Arredondo-Savage (To be determined)

 

3.

Birchett Park, ASU/Tempe Gateway – Councilmember Navarro (To be determined)

 

4.

Campaign Finance Reform for Tempe City Elections – Mayor Mitchell, Vice Mayor Woods, and Councilmember Kuby (To be determined)

 

5.

City Utility Boxes – Councilmember Navarro (To be determined)

 

6.

Commercial Sign Regulation Reform – Vice Mayor Woods and Councilmember Arredondo-Savage (To be determined)

 

7.

Dementia Friendly City – Mayor Mitchell (To be determined)

 

8.

Equal Pay for Equal Work Ordinance – Councilmembers Arredondo-Savage, Kuby, and Schapira (April 7, 2016)

 

9.

Kid Zone Program Expansion – Mayor Mitchell and Councilmembers Navarro and Schapira (To be determined)

 

10.

Little Free Libraries – Councilmembers Granville and Schapira (To be determined)

 

11.

My Brother’s Keeper Designation – Mayor Mitchell and Vice Mayor Woods (To be determined)

 

12.

Online Accessibility to Conflicts of Interest Information – Councilmember Navarro and Schapira (To be determined)

 

13.

Plastic Bag Ban – Vice Mayor Woods and Councilmembers Kuby and Navarro (To be determined)

 

14.

Small House Community (Tiny Houses) – Vice Mayor Woods and Councilmembers Kuby and Schapira (To be determined)

 

15.

Temporary Cables in the Right-of-Way – Councilmember Schapira (To be determined)

 

16.

Unmanned Aircraft Regulation – Councilmember Navarro (To be determined)

 

17.

Water Conservation Program and Policy – Councilmembers Granville and Kuby (To be determined)

 

18.

Yard Signs/Non-Commercial Free Speech Signs – Councilmembers Granville and Schapira (To be determined)

 

 

D.

Items Scheduled for Periodic Review* 

 

5.

Mayor’s Announcements/City Manager’s Announcements

 

The Mayor and/or City Manager may make announcements regarding current events that are not on the agenda.  No discussion or legal action will be taken regarding these announcements.

 

6.

Next Meeting Date:  April 7, 2016

 

According to the Arizona Open Meeting Law, the City Council may only discuss matters listed on the City Council agenda.  Members of the City Council may attend either in person or by telephone conference call.  The City of Tempe endeavors to make all public meetings accessible to persons with disabilities.  With 72 hours advance notice, special assistance is available at public meetings for sight and/or hearing-impaired persons. Please call 350-2905 (voice) or 350-2750 (TDD) to request an accommodation to participate in the City Council meeting. 

 

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