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City of Charlotte Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center 600 East 4th Street Charlotte, NC 28202

Meeting Agenda Monday, July 23, 2018

Council Chambers

City Council Business Meeting Mayor Vi Lyles Mayor Pro Tem Julie Eiselt Council Member Dimple Ajmera Council Member Tariq Scott Bokhari Council Member Ed Driggs Council Member Larken Egleston Council Member Justin Harlow Council Member LaWana Mayfield Council Member James Mitchell Council Member Matt Newton Council Member Greg Phipps Council Member Braxton Winston II

City Council Business Meeting

Meeting Agenda

July 23, 2018

5:00 P.M. ACTION REVIEW, CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG GOVERNMENT CENTER, ROOM 267 1.

Mayor and Council Consent Item Questions Staff Resource(s): Marie Harris, Strategy and Budget Time:

5 minutes

Synopsis Mayor and Council may ask questions about Consent agenda items. Staff will address questions at the end of the Action Review meeting.

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Agenda Overview Staff Resource(s): Marcus Jones, City Manager

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Vision and Comprehensive Plan - Transportation and Planning Committee Update Staff Resource(s): Taiwo Jaiyeoba, Planning Time: 30 minutes Explanation § The City will embark on a comprehensive planning process and development of a 20-year community vision that includes robust community engagement. § The Transportation and Planning Committee received an update on May 29, 2018, and this presentation will outline next steps. Future Action This presentation is for information purposes only.

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Housing Charlotte Framework Staff Resource(s): Pamela Wideman, Housing and Neighborhood Services Time: 20 minutes Explanation § The Housing Charlotte Framework focuses on three objectives: ‒ Expanding the supply of high-quality rental housing and homeownership opportunities, ‒ Preserving the affordability and quality of existing rental housing stock, and ‒ Supporting family self-sufficiency. § The Framework will establish a collaborative effort between the City, Local Initiative Support Corporation (LISC), Foundation For The Carolinas, Leading On Opportunity Council, and other community partners to support the framework’s objectives and guide the City’s housing investments, policies, and processes. § On June 13, 2018, the Housing and Neighborhood Development Committee voted unanimously (Mayfield, Driggs, Egleston, Harlow and Newton) to move the Housing Charlotte Framework forward to full Council for consideration. Future Action City Council will be asked to consider the Housing Charlotte Framework during the Business Meeting on August 27, 2018.

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Efficiency in Government Staff Resource(s): Greg McDowell, Internal Audit Time: 20 minutes Explanation § This presentation will provide information on an opportunity to improve operating efficiency by streamlining contract approvals. Future Action This presentation is for information purposes only.

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Answers to Mayor and Council Consent Item Questions Staff Resource(s): Marie Harris, Strategy and Budget Time: 10 minutes Synopsis Staff responses to questions from the beginning of the Action Review meeting.

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Closed Session (as necessary)

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July 23, 2018

6:30 P.M. CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS MEETING, CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG GOVERNMENT CENTER, CHAMBER Call to Order Introductions Invocation Pledge of Allegiance

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