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October 14, 2013

Agenda for tonight's Dalton City Council meeting

MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEETING

OCT. 14, 2013

6 P.M.

DALTON CITY HALL

A G E N D A

1. Call to Order

2. Pledge of Allegiance

3. Public Commentary

4. Proclamations:

• “National School Lunch Week” – October 14-18, 2013

Ms. Linda Holland, DPS School Nutrition Services Director

• “National Business Women’s Week” – October 20-26, 2013

Ms. Rhonda Greene, Dalton Business & Professional Women

• “Disability Awareness Month” – October 2013

Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency

5. Minutes: Regular Meeting of September 16, 2013

6. New Business:

A. CHIP Loan Agreement between the city of Dalton and David Broome for 105 Westerly Drive.

B. Acceptance of Warranty Deed from McNeese Properties, Inc.

C. Georgia Department of Transportation Local Maintenance and Improvement Grant (LMIG) for 2014.

D. Resolution 13-04

Resolution Regarding the Deputy City Clerk

E. FY-2013 Budget Amendment 6.

F. Ordinance – First Reading:

Ordinance 13-11

To Amend The Zoning Ordinance Of The City Of Dalton, Georgia By Amending Article III Captioned “Definitions Of Terms Used In This Ordinance” By Adding New Definitions For “Brewery/Distillery/Winery,” “Brewpubs,” “Micro-Brewery,” “Micro Distillery/Winery;” Alphabetically; By Amending Article IX Captioned “Use Requirements For Business Districts” By Adding The Uses Defined Above In Multiple Sub-Sections, As Permitted Uses Or Conditional Uses, In Sequence; By Amending Article X Captioned “Use Requirements For Industrial Districts” By Adding The Uses Defined Above In Multiple Sub-Sections As Permitted Uses, In Sequence; By Amending Article  XII Captioned “Exceptions and Modifications” By Adding A New Section 12-7; To Provide For An Effective Date To Provide For Repeal Of Conflicting Ordinances, To Provide For Severability; And For Other Purposes.

7. Supplemental Business

8. Announcements

9. Adjournment

To view this meeting online, visit www.cityofdalton-ga.gov.

 

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