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«MINUTES of REGULAR MEETING of the BOARD of COMMISSIONERS of the CITY of BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY held MARCH 15, 2005 The Board of Commissioners of the ...»

MINUTES of REGULAR MEETING

of the BOARD of COMMISSIONERS

of the CITY of BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY

held MARCH 15, 2005

The Board of Commissioners of the City of Bowling Green, Kentucky met in regular session in

the Commission Chamber of City Hall, Bowling Green, Kentucky at 7:00 p.m. on March 15, 2005.

Mayor Elaine N. Walker called the meeting to order. An invocation was given by Richpond Baptist

Church Associate Pastor Herb Case, and all present recited the Pledge of Allegiance. City Clerk Katie Schaller called the roll, and the following members were present: Commissioner Slim Nash, Commissioner Delane Simpson, Commissioner Brian K. Strow, Commissioner Mark D. Alcott and Mayor Elaine N. Walker. Absent: none. There was a full quorum of the Board of Commissioners.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

Jim Duffer of 516 Chestnut Street expressed his opposition to the ballpark development and sget t ueo Wet nK n cyU i rt s aea f l i t do bi i as d m I ugs d h s f s r et k n esy bsbl id n e f u d g t i. n ee e u v i’ l e sa ln au addition, Mr. Duffer suggested tht oe w u b btr pn by gMai ’ adui ia a a m ny ol e ee set ui d t n r hs n s g t s a n museum.

CITY MANAGER

City Manager Charles W. Coates requested a closed session which might lead to the appointment, discipline or dismissal of an individual employee without restricting tht m l e’ a e p ye os right to a public hearing if requested. He stated that no action would follow the discussion. Motion was made by Nash and seconded by Simpson to convene in closed session following the regular meeting pursuant to KRS 61.810 (f). Walker called for roll call vote.

ROLL CALL: Voting Yea: Nash, Simpson, Strow, Alcott and Walker Voting Nay: None Motion to convene in closed session pursuant to KRS 61.810 (f) was approved by unanimous vote.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

Minutes of Regular Meeting March 1, 2005 Minutes of the above-referenced meeting were distributed to the Board of Commissioners with the Agenda for their review. Motion was made by Alcott and seconded by Nash to approve said minutes as written. Mayor Walker asked for discussion, and with none, a roll call vote was taken.

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*Note: Minutes are a summary of the discussions; a video tape of this entire meeting is maintained by the Office of City Clerk.

(Minutes-Board of Commissioners-March 15, 2005)

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Title and summary of Ordinance No. BG2005 - 9 was read by the City Clerk. Planning Commission Director Andy Gillies reviewed the rezoning for a daycare center and its associated binding elements. Gillies responded to questions regarding the requirements for a daycare and any reaction from neighboring property owners. Motion was made by Alcott and seconded by Nash for first reading of said Ordinance. Mayor Walker asked for additional discussion, and with none, a roll call vote was taken.

ROLL CALL: Voting Yea: Nash, Simpson, Strow, Alcott and Walker Voting Nay: None First reading of Ordinance No. BG2005 - 9 was approved by unanimous vote.

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Title and summary of Ordinance No. BG2005 - 10 was read by the City Clerk. Gillies reviewed the rezoning for a 16-unit apartment complex and its associated binding elements. Gillies responded to questions related to homeownership options in the surrounding area, rental history of the owner, the number of rental units to be constructed and opposition at the public hearing.

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Summary of Municipal Order No. 2005 - 54 was read by the City Clerk. Parks Maintenance Division Manager Gerald Belcher reviewed the equipment replacement and purchase. Belcher responded to questions regarding the use of the state pricing contract versus competitive bidding, the two-year warranty and the expected life of the tractor. Motion was made by Simpson and seconded by Nash for consideration of said Municipal Order. Mayor Walker asked for additional discussion, and with none, a roll call vote was taken.

ROLL CALL: Voting Yea: Nash, Simpson, Strow, Alcott and Walker Voting Nay: None Municipal Order No. 2005 - 54 was approved by unanimous vote.

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Summary of Municipal Order No. 2005 - 55 was read by the City Clerk. Mayor Walker recommended the appointment. Motion was made by Nash and seconded by Alcott for consideration (Minutes-Board of Commissioners-March 15, 2005) of said Municipal Order. Mayor Walker asked for additional discussion, and with none, a roll call vote was taken.

ROLL CALL: Voting Yea: Nash, Simpson, Strow, Alcott and Walker Voting Nay: None Municipal Order No. 2005 - 55 was approved by unanimous vote.

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Summary of Municipal Order No. 2005 - 56 was read by the City Clerk. Comm. Nash indicated that this agreement was to address and eliminate a breakdown of communication between the City and the Downtown Redevelopment Authority (DRA). Comm. Alcott stated that this agreement was intended to put DRA at the table with downtown development and that the Board of Commissioners would maintain all decision-making authority. Comm. Strow raised questions regarding some of the language in the agreement and requested clarification about whether the City was agreeing to give DRA more money to market downtown.





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Housing and Community Development Director Alice Burks agreed that the current agreement approved in 1999 needed updating; however, she listed some concerns with the general language in the proposed agreement. She compared the proposed agreement with one drafted by City Attorney Harmon that more clearly defined the responsibilities of each party. Mayor Walker disagreed with over legislating at the beginning, and stated that if there were a problem, it would be up to the Board of Commissioners to address it.

Planning Commission Director Andy Gillies, a member of the DRA board, reviewed items of concern in the proposed agreement as they related to the Planning Commission, including the need to define the role DRA would play as designated agent for downtown development, the need to clarify development responsibilities and the need to include reference to the Comprehensive Plan. Comm.

Nash stated that it was not the intent of this agreement to usurp the authority of the Planning Commission.

Mayor Walker asked that the parties work together to find a solution. Burks requested that this Municipal Order be tabled so that she, Ms. Blaine and Mr. Gillies could meet to hash out a betterdefined agreement. Comm. Strow made a motion, which was seconded by Simpson, to postpone consideration of Municipal Order No. 2005-56 until the April 5, 2005 meeting of the Board. With no further discussion, a roll call vote was taken.

ROLL CALL: Voting Yea: Nash, Simpson, Strow, Alcott and Walker Summary of Municipal Order No. 2005 - 57 was read by the City Clerk. Mayor Walker recommended ratification of the elections. Motion was made by Nash and seconded by Alcott for consideration of said Municipal Order. Mayor Walker asked for additional discussion, and with none, a roll call vote was taken.

ROLL CALL: Voting Yea: Nash, Simpson, Strow, Alcott and Walker Voting Nay: None Municipal Order No. 2005 - 57 was approved by unanimous vote.

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Summary of Municipal Order No. 2005 - 58 was read by the City Clerk. Mayor Walker indicated that Mr. Bullington would act as liaison to address issues continuing under the investigation into past accounting expenditures of the Convention Center Corporation. City Attorney Harmon reviewed comments provided by David Lanphear, the attorney representing Mr. Bullington, for suggested changes to the memorandum of understanding. Comm. Strow and Comm. Nash agreed that Mr. Bullington should not be paid for his volunteer services.

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Summary of Municipal Order No. 2005 - 59 was read by the City Clerk. Burks explained that this was an extension of the 1980 agreement with the state to provide local plan review of larger commercial industrial facilities. Motion was made by Strow and seconded by Nash for consideration of said Municipal Order. Mayor Walker asked for additional discussion, and with none, a roll call vote was taken.

ROLL CALL: Voting Yea: Nash, Simpson, Strow, Alcott and Walker Voting Nay: None Municipal Order No. 2005 - 59 was approved by unanimous vote.

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Summary of Municipal Order No. 2005 - 60 was read by the City Clerk. Coates withdrew this item from consideration at this time and noted that the item would be brought back at a later date.

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Summary of Municipal Order No. 2005 - 61 was read by the City Clerk. Deputy Fire Chief Walter Jordan reviewed the grant and use of funds. Motion was made by Nash and seconded by Alcott for consideration of said Municipal Order. Mayor Walker asked for additional discussion, and with none, a roll call vote was taken.

ROLL CALL: Voting Yea: Nash, Simpson, Strow, Alcott and Walker Voting Nay: None Municipal Order No. 2005 - 61 was approved by unanimous vote.

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Summary of Municipal Order No. 2005 - 62 was read by the City Clerk. Mayor Walker recommended the appointment. Motion was made by Nash and seconded by Alcott for consideration of said Municipal Order. Mayor Walker asked for additional discussion, and with none, a roll call vote was taken.

ROLL CALL: Voting Yea: Nash, Simpson, Strow, Alcott and Walker Voting Nay: None Municipal Order No. 2005 - 62 was approved by unanimous vote.

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Summary of Municipal Order No. 2005 - 63 was read by the City Clerk. Human Resources Director Michele Tolbert reviewed the position and qualifications for promotion. Motion was made by Strow and seconded by Simpson for consideration of said Municipal Order. Mayor Walker asked for additional discussion, and with none, a roll call vote was taken.

ROLL CALL: Voting Yea: Nash, Simpson, Strow, Alcott and Walker Voting Nay: None Municipal Order No. 2005 - 63 was approved by unanimous vote.

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Summary of Municipal Order No. 2005 - 64 was read by the City Clerk. Tolbert reviewed the position and the qualifications of the recommended applicant. Motion was made by Nash and seconded by Strow for consideration of said Municipal Order. Mayor Walker asked for additional discussion, and with none, a roll call vote was taken.

ROLL CALL: Voting Yea: Nash, Simpson, Strow, Alcott and Walker Voting Nay: None Municipal Order No. 2005 - 64 was approved by unanimous vote.

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(Minutes-Board of Commissioners-March 15, 2005) Summary of Municipal Order No. 2005 - 65 was read by the City Clerk. Mayor Walker recommended the appointments. Comm. Nash inquired as to how the community was made aware of the openings. Schaller pointed out that this particular board has specific requirements. Burks stated that a list of recommended appointments was provided by the Service Provider group. Motion was made by Nash and seconded by Strow for consideration of said Municipal Order. Mayor Walker asked for additional discussion, and with none, a roll call vote was taken.

ROLL CALL: Voting Yea: Nash, Simpson, Strow, Alcott and Walker Voting Nay: None Municipal Order No. 2005 - 65 was approved by unanimous vote.

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Following a brief recess to clear the Commission Chamber, the Board of Commissioners convened in closed session pursuant to KRS 61.810 (f) as previously approved.

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Once all discussion concluded in closed session and there being no further business to come before the Board of Commissioners, at approximately 9:45 p.m., Mayor Walker declared this meeting adjourned.

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Prior to the regular meeting and with no action taken, the Board of Commissioners convened at 4:00 p.m. in the Commission Chamber of City Hall for a regular work session to discuss the following subjects: (1) presentation regarding the Regional Wastewater Facility Plan Update for Bowling Green Municipal Utilities (BGMU) and Warren County Water District (WCWD); (2) presentation and overview of ConnectKentucky; (3) presentation and overview of the Historic Preservation Board; and (4) presentation and overview of the Housing Authority of Bowling Green.

ADOPTED: ______________________________________________

APPROVED: ______________________________________________

Mayor, Chairman of Board of Commissioners

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