CITY OF WAYNESBORO, VIRGINIA

CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS MEETING AGENDA

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BOBBY HENDERSON, MAYOR, WARD C

LANA WILLIAMS, VICE MAYOR, WARD A

BRUCE ALLEN, COUNCIL MEMBER, WARD B

TERRY SHORT, JR., COUNCIL MEMBER, AT LARGE

SAM HOSTETTER, COUNCIL MEMBER, WARD D

TO BE HELD IN THE
WAYNESBORO HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM,
AT 1200 W. MAIN STREET, WAYNESBORO, VIRGINIA
ON MONDAY, MAY 10, 2021 AT 7:00 P.M.


1.

CALL TO ORDER/PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

2.

ADOPTION OF BUSINESS MEETING AGENDA

3.

CONSENT AGENDA:


a. Council Meeting Minutes: Consider adopting minutes from the April 19, 2021 Budget Work Session and the April 26,2021 Regular Business Meeting.
Second consideration/adoption of the following ordinances:
b. Rezone 1115 Ivy Street.
c. Receive the City of Waynesboro’s Compliance Reports and Reports of Independent Auditor.

4.

MATTERS FROM THE MAYOR

5.

MATTERS FROM COUNCIL MEMBERS.

6.

PROCLAMATION – POLICE WEEK AND PEACE OFFICERS MEMORIAL DAY:


Consider presenting a proclamation to the Police Chief observing May 9-15, 2021 as National Police Week and Wednesday, May 12, 2021 as Peace Officers Memorial Day in the City of Waynesboro, Virginia.

7.

PROCLAMATION – NATIONAL EMS WEEK


Consider presenting a proclamation to the Director of Emergency Management observing May 16-22, 2021 as National Emergency Medical Services Week in the City of Waynesboro, Virginia.

8.

PROCLAMATION – NATIONAL PUBLIC WORKS WEEK


Consider presenting a proclamation to the Director of Public Works naming May 16-23, 2021 as National Public Work Week in the City of Waynesboro, Virginia.

9.

TAXES FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2021


Consider adopting an ordinance imposing taxes for the calendar year 2021 on property and persons at $.83 per $100 of assessed value, for the payment of interest on the City debt, for the support of City government, for the maintenance of the public schools, and for other expenditures necessary for providing for the assessment of persons and property, for the collection of taxes, revenues, assessments and imposing penalties for the failure to comply with the provisions hereof.

10.

CODE AMENDMENT – UTILITY CHARGES AND RATES:


Consider adopting an ordinance amending Sections 30-58(h)(3)(a), 30-58(h)(3)(b), 66-3(c), and 86-139(a) of the City Code to increase sewer utility charges and rates, refuse user rates, and stormwater equivalent residential unit rates.

11.

FISCAL YEAR 2022 BUDGET


Consider adopting an ordinance approving the recommended Annual Operating Budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022.

12.

APPOINTMENT – ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY BOARD


Consider appointing a candidate to the Economic Development Authority Board for an unexpired four-year term ending August 31, 2021.

13.

CORRESPONDENCE, COMMUNICATION, AND CALENDAR

14.

CITIZEN COMMENT PERIOD

15.

CLOSED MEETING (IF NECESSARY)

16.

ADJOURN

Citizens who wish to make comments during the Citizen Comment Period may do so in person at the meeting or in the following manner:

1. Citizens may email comments prior to 5:00 p.m. on Monday, May 10, 2021 to the Clerk of the Council at bortleje@ci.waynesboro.va.us.  Please identify your name and home address and topic of your comment.  Comments will be noted at the meeting and incorporated in the minutes of the meeting.
2. Comments may be submitted online at www.waynesboro.va.us.  Comments submitted prior to Monday, May 10, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. will be noted at the meeting and incorporated in the minutes of the meeting. 
3. Citizens may call in comments when the Citizen Comment Period is opened.  Calls will be answered in the order in which they are received.
a.            Dial toll free number (844) 844-9200.
b.           When promoted, enter the access code for the meeting: 398145#
c.            You will hear “Q&A session has started.  Press *6.
d.            You will hear “If you’d like to speak, please press 1 to be added to the queue”.
e.            Press 1.
f.             While you are in the queue, you will hear the audio feed of the meeting.
g.            Wait until you are prompted by the moderator, then share your comments with Council.  Participants are reminded that though the prerecorded prompts refer to questions, the public hearing and citizen comment portions of the meeting are a time for Council simply to hear your comments.

For those with special needs, please notify the Clerk of Council (540-942-6669) of any accommodations required at the meeting at least three days prior to the meeting you wish to attend.  If you have access to the City’s website, you may receive advance notifications for Council meeting agendas, minutes, and City department information.