City Logo 1782City of Fredericksburg, VirginiaHon. Mary Katherine Greenlaw, Mayor
 Hon. Charlie L. Frye, Jr., Vice-Mayor, Ward Four
 Hon. Kerry P. Devine, At-Large
 Hon. Matthew J. Kelly, At-Large
 Hon. Jason N. Graham, Ward One
 Hon. William C. Withers, Jr., Ward Two
 Hon. Timothy P. Duffy, Ph.D., Ward Three
City Council

AGENDA

 
Council Chambers
715 Princess Anne Street
Fredericksburg, Virginia  22401



January 11, 2022

7:30 p.m.    

Mary Katherine Greenlaw, Presiding


Agenda

1.

Call to Order


2.

Invocation

Councilor Matthew J. Kelly
3.

Pledge of Allegiance

Councilor Jason N. Graham
4.

Presentations

A.

COVID-19 Update – Fire Chief Mike Jones

5.

Consent Agenda

A.

Resolution 22-__, Confirming Declaration of Local Emergency for Winter Storm Frida and Declaring the End of the Emergency

B.

Resolution 22-__, First Read, Amending the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget to Appropriate School Virginia Department of Education American Rescue Plan Act Grant Funds

C.

Transmittal of Board and Commission Minutes

C.i.

Economic Development Authority – November 8, 2021

C.ii.

Fredericksburg Arts Commission - November 17,2001

C.iii.

Planning Commission – February 10, 2021

C.iv.

Planning Commission – February 24, 2021

Documents:
  1. 5c4 PC 02-24-21.pdf
C.v.

Planning Commission – August 11, 2021

Documents:
  1. 5c5 PC 08-11-21.pdf
C.vi.

Planning Commission – October 13, 2021

Documents:
  1. 5c6 PC 10-13-21.pdf
C.vii.

Planning Commission – November 10, 2021

Documents:
  1. 5c7 PC 11-10-21.pdf
6.

Public Hearing

Citizens who wish to participate in the public hearing remotely will be able to send their comments in writing by (1) U.S. Mail, (2) email to the Clerk of Council. Comments must be received at least one hour in advance of the meeting  for example, comments will be accepted until 4:30 p.m. on nights with a 5:30 work session. The plan is to read these comments out loud during the public hearing portion of the City Council meeting. The standard rules apply to public comments: the person must identify himself or herself by name and address, including zip code, limit his or her remarks to 5 minutes or less for those attending the meeting in person and 3 minutes for submitted letters (read aloud) and address a topic of City business. Decorum in the Council Chambers will be maintained.  Comments that are not relevant to City business and behavior that is disruptive, such as applause, are inappropriate and out of order.. 

7.

Comments from the Public


City Council provides this opportunity each regular meeting for comments from citizens who have signed up with the Clerk of Council to speak before the start of the meeting.   Citizens who wish to participate in the public comment period remotely can send their comments in writing by (1) U.S. Mail, (2) email to the Clerk of Council. Comments must be received at least four hours in advance of the meeting – for example, comments will be accepted until 1:30 p.m., on nights with a 5:30 p.m. work session.  The plan is to read these comments out loud during the public comment portion of the City Council meeting. The standard rules apply to public comments: the person must identify himself or herself by name and address, including zip code, limit his or her remarks to 5 minutes or less for those attending the meeting in person and 3 minutes for submitted letters (read aloud) with a 40-minute cap on the read letters.  To be fair to everyone, please observe the five-minute time limit and yield the floor when the Clerk of Council indicates that your time has expired.  Decorum in the Council Chambers will be maintained.   Comments that are not relevant to City business and behavior that is disruptive, such as applause, are inappropriate and out of order.



8.

Council Agenda

9.

Minutes

10.

Boards and Commission Appointments

A.

City Council Board and Commission Appointments

Resolution 22-__, Appointing Two Members of Council to the Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission 

11.

City Manager Agenda

A.

Adopting Local Redistricting Plan

    Ordinance 21-__, First & Second Read, Adopting Local Redistricting “Plan A” and Amending City Code Chapter 30, “Elections,” Section 30-1 “Election Districts” to Adjust District Boundaries in Accordance with the Adopted Redistricting Plan, or

    Ordinance 21-__, First & Second Read, Adopting Local Redistricting “Plan B” and Amending City Code Chapter 30, “Elections,” Section 30-1 “Election Districts” and Section 30-2 “Precincts in District Four” to Adjust District and Precinct Boundaries in Accordance with the Adopted Redistricting Plan

    Ordinance 21-__, First & Second Read, Adopting Local Redistricting “Citizen Plan” and Amending City Code Chapter 30, “Elections,” Section 30-1 “Election Districts” and Section 30-2 “Precincts in District Four” to Adjust District and Precinct Boundaries in Accordance with the Adopted Redistricting Plan; or

    Ordinance 21-__, First & Second Read, Adopting Local Redistricting “Modified Citizen Plan” and Amending City Code Chapter 30, “Elections,” Section 30-1 “Election Districts” and Section 30-2 “Precincts in District Four” to Adjust District and Precinct Boundaries in Accordance with the Adopted Redistricting Plan


B.

City Manager’s Update

C.

Calendar

Documents:
  1. 11c Calendar.pdf
12.

Adjournment