[This is not an official Bloomington city council agenda. The official version can be found at this link: https://bloomington.in.gov/onboard/meetingFiles/download?meetingFile_id=11838]
City of Bloomington Common Council
Agenda for May 10, 2023
Start Time: 6:30 p.m.
Physical location: Council Chambers (#115), Showers Building, 401 N. Morton Street
Online location: The meeting can be accessed remotely at the following link: https://bloomington.zoom.us/j/81823084385?pwd=RjBKeE94TmJSUFdINWdzQmRmYVZHdz09
1. Roll Call (The city clerk will call the roll of councilmembers to take attendance)
2. Agenda Summation (The council president will summarize what is on the agenda.)
3. Approval of Minutes: (If there are minutes from previous meetings to approve, this is when a vote is taken on that.)
Draft 18 May 2022 meeting minutes
4. Reports (A maximum of twenty minutes is set aside for each part of this section.)
4A. Councilmembers (Councilmembers can use the time to talk about whatever topics they like.)
4B. The Mayor and City Offices
4B1. Report on Addressing Deer Feeding
4B2. Status report on Plexes/ADUs per Ordinance 21-23
4C. Council Committees (reports from council committees are given during this time)
This is the first of two chances for public commentary on items not on the agenda. The 20-minute time limit for each part of Section 4 applies to this section, too. Speakers at the public mic are normally allowed five minutes. That time can be reduced by the chair of the meeting if a lot of people want to speak. For people present in council chambers, they will be invited to approach the public mic and sign in. For people attending via the Zoom connection, they’ll be asked to use the “raise hand” feature on Zoom, and they will be unmuted by staff when it’s their turn to speak. To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please call (812) 349-3409 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
5. Appointments To Boards And Commissions (If there are any recommended appointments by one of the council’s interview committees, this is when they will be moved by a representative of the interview committee and voted on by the full council.)
5A. Approval of Bylaws Amendment for City of Bloomington Capital Improvements, Inc.
Notice of April 19 2023 CBCI bylaws amendment.pdf
6. Legislation for Second Readings and Resolutions (Votes taken on these items count as the final approval needed for enactment by the council.)
6A. Ordinance 23-10 – To Amend Title 20 (Unified Development Ordinance) of the Bloomington Municipal Code – Re: Amendments and Updates Set Forth in BMC 20.03 and 20.04
Council Staff Memo on Ord 23-10
Ord 23-10 Ord 23-10 Plan Staff Memo
Redlined Version of UDO affected by Ord 23-10
Bloomington plan commission’s deliberations on Ord 23-10:
6B. Ordinance 23-08 – To Amend the Traffic Calming and Greenways Program Incorporated By Reference Into Title 15 (“Vehicles and Traffic”) of the Bloomington Municipal Code – Re: Amending the Traffic Calming and Greenways Program Incorporated by Reference into Bloomington Municipal Code Section 15.26.020
Ord 23-08 council staff memo
Ord 23-08 Redlined version of Traffic Calming and Greenways Plan
Ord 23-08 slide deck from plan staff Ord 23-04 council staff memo
7. Legislation for First Readings (Under local law the council cannot discuss or amend items in this section. What the council votes on is whether to have the city clerk read the legislation by title and synopsis only. The next step comes at a later meeting.)
7A. Appropriation Ordinance 23-04 – To Specially Appropriate from the General Fund, ARPA State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund, Parks and Recreation General Fund, and Motor Vehicle Highway Street Fund, Expenditures Not Otherwise Appropriated (Appropriating a Portion of the Amount of Funds Reverted to Various City Funds at the End of 2022 for Unmet Needs in 2023)
App Ord 23-04
App Ord 23-04 city staff memo
8. Additional Public Comment (A maximum of twenty-five minutes is set aside for this section.)
This is the second of two chances for public commentary for items not on the agenda. Speakers at the public mic are normally allowed five minutes. That time can be reduced by the chair of the meeting if a lot of people want to speak. For people present in council chambers, they will be invited to approach the public mic and sign in. For people attending via the Zoom connection, they’ll be asked to use the “raise hand” feature on Zoom, and they will be unmuted by staff when it’s their turn to speak. . To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please call (812) 349-3409 or e-mail email@example.com.
9. Council Schedule
This is the time for the council administrator/attorney to brief the council on upcoming meetings.