Monday, January 28, 2013, 7:30p.m.
Council Chambers, City Hall,
114 North Broad Street
1. Frank P. Turk
Consider adopting Resolution 1221 commending Frank P. Turk on his tenure with the City of Salem.
2. Roanoke Regional Partnership
Receive presentation from Beth Doughty, Executive Director, Roanoke Regional Partnership, regarding the 2012 Annual Report.
3. Amendment to Zoning Ordinance
Hold public hearing and consider ordinance on first reading the request of Joan J. Dorsey, property owner, and BGGT, contract purchaser, for rezoning three parcels located in the 1400 and 1500 block of Penley Boulevard, Tax Map #’s 204-10-2, 204-13-11, and a portion of 179-2-1.1, from AG Agriculture District to RSF Residential Single Family District. (Advertised in the January 9, and 16, 2013, issues of the Roanoke Times. Recommend approval; see Planning Commission minutes.) STAFF REPORT
4. Amendment to Zoning Ordinance
Consider ordinance on second reading amending Chapter 106, Article II District Regulations, Section 106-214.2, 106-218.2, and 106-220.2; Article IV Development Standards, Section 106-404.17; and Article VI Definitions and Use Types, Section 106-602.9 of the Code of the City of Salem, Virginia, pertaining to Athletic Instruction Services. (passed on first reading, January 14, 2013, meeting)
5.Special Exception Permit
Ho ld public hearing to consider the request of Fame Allstars of Roanoke, lessee, and Metts Investments LLC, property owner, for the issuance of a Special Exception Permit to allow athletic instruction services on the property located at 1701 Midland Road (Tax Map # 230-6-1). (As advertised in the January 9, and 16, 2013, editions of the Roanoke Times, Recommend Approval, see Planning Commission minutes.) STAFF REPORT
6.Vacation of Alley
Receive report of viewers and consider ordinance on first reading permanently vacating the 16.5’ alley between East Calhoun Street and East Burwell Street. (Viewers appointed at January 14, 2013, meeting.)
7. Boards and Commissions
Consider appointments to fill vacancies on various boards and commissions.
Sumbitted by Mary Ellen Wines, Deputy Zoning Administrator/Secretary