TOWN COUNCIL AGENDA Brownsburg Town Council Meetings are video taped
DATE OF MEETING:
Thursday, April 14, 2016, 7:00 PM
PLACE OF MEETING: Brownsburg Town Hall 61 N. Green Street Brownsburg, IN 46112 1.
CALL TO ORDER BY PRESIDING OFFICER
INVOCATION - – Rob Deas– Chaplain with the Brownsburg Police Department and Pledge of Allegiance
CITIZENS COMMENTS RELATING TO APRIL 14, 2016 AGENDA 4.1. Request from B&O Trail Association - Fee Waiver and Yard Signs in Public ROW for B&O Bike Tour 4.2. Request from American Cancer Society - Fee Waiver for Relay for Life Event
CONSENT ITEMS 5.1. Minutes of March 24, 2016 Regular Meeting 5.2. Civil Town and Fire Territory Claim Dockets for March 25, 2016 through April 14, 2016
BID OPENING AND/OR AWARD
REPORTS FOR COMMISSIONS AND BOARDS 7.1. Advisory Plan Commission Report - Todd Barker, Director of Development Services 7.2. Advisory Board of Zoning Appeals Report - Todd Barker, Director of Development Services 7.3. Park Board Report - Philip Parnin, Director of Parks
TOWN ADMINISTRATIVE ITEMS 8.1. Human Resources Department Report - Claudine Sutton, Human Resources Manager
PREVIOUSLY CONSIDERED ITEMS 9.1. Ordinance #2016-05 - An Ordinance Annexing Real Estate into the Town of Brownsburg, Hendricks County, Indiana Pursuant to a Petition for Voluntary Annexation - Proposed 2nd Reading and Advertised Public Hearing (Brian Hartsell)
NEW FOR CONSIDERATION 10.1. Resolution #2016-13 - A Resolution to Adopt the Fiscal Plan for Voluntary Annexation of Real Property Located at 730 S. Green St. (Brian Hartsell)
10.2. Proclamation for Arbor Day (Phil Parnin) 10.3. Request for Conditional Zoning Map Amendment - 616 S Green Street (Todd Barker) 10.4. Ordinance #2016-06 - An Ordinance of the Town of Brownsburg of Brownsburg Indiana to identify a Proposed Minimum Housing Standards - Proposed 1st Reading (Jack Swalley) 10.5. Approval of Maplehurst Special Wastewater Agreement (Kathy Dillon) 11.
TOWN MANAGER ITEMS
TOWN COUNCIL ITEMS
TOWN ATTORNEY ITEMS
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