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Parking, Notice, Meters and Late Fees—Agenda for City Council Monday – December 16, 2009

Let's check the batting order and highlights from the sixteen agenda items for the city council meeting this Wednesday, December 16, 2009 (copy with all supporting documents).

We'll see you at 8pm for the council meeting start at City Hall or on Cablevision Channel 75 and Verizon Channel 39 or the Internet (next day) at http://rye.peg.tv.

This will be the last city council meeting for Mayor Otis and Councilpeople Ball, Cunningham and Pratt. The "Newbies" will be sworn in on January 1st and have their first meeting scheduled for January 6th.


  • Open Mic. Residents may be heard who have matters to discuss that do not appear on the agenda.
  • Parking. Public hearing to designate the three parking spaces on the north side of Elm Place
    closest to Theodore Fremd Ave as fifteen minute parking spaces.
  • Giving Notice. Public hearing to amend Chapter 53, “Architectural Review” of the Code of the City of Rye by amending §53-3 “Meetings and Procedures of Board” regarding noticing
    requirements for applications and to rescind Chapter 68-8(G) “Building and Demolition
    Permits” and Public hearing to amend the Code of the City of Rye Chapters and Sections: §170-6(F) “Subdivision of Land, Procedures for Tentative Approval of Preliminary Layout”; §170-
    7(C) “Procedures for Approval of Subdivision Plat”; §197-7 “Zoning, Site Development
    Plan”; §197-10 “Zoning, Uses Permitted Subject to additional Standards”;§197-
    81(F)”Zoning Appellate Jurisdiction of Board”; §195-5(C) “Wetlands and Watercourses,
    Public Hearings and Public Notification by Applicant”; §196-15 “Wireless
    Communications Facilities, Public Hearings Required”, regarding noticing requirements.
  • Death and ______. Resolution to adopt the 2010 Budget and establish the 2010 tax levy and 2010 tax rate.
  • Reallocation. Resolution repurposing the 2002 Recreation Bond funds in accordance with the adopted Building & Vehicles budget for 2010.
  • Meter Money. Resolution establishing accounting for gross and net revenues generated from the Central Business District parking pay stations and use of City funds for capital projects in the
    Central Business District.
  • Any Late Fees? Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute an agreement with the Rye Free Reading Room to furnish library services for 2010.
  • Midland Parking. Consideration to set a public hearing to restrict parking on Midland Avenue.
  • Next Year's Schedule. Resolution fixing January 6, 2010 as the first regular meeting and the organizational meeting of the City Council for 2010.

The next regular meeting of the City Council will be held on Wednesday, January 6, 2010.


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