The Foley City Council will meet on May 2 in a joint work/regular session at 4 p.m. at City Hall. During the meeting, the council will:
Conduct a public hearing and second reading on an ordinance change recommendation by the Planning Commission to rezone property owned by David Smith from planned unit development to single-family residential. The 1.1-acre lot is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Brinks Willis Road and James Road.
Conduct a public hearing and second reading to consider an ordinance setting a maximum axle limit for the portion of Little Rock Road and Dailey Lane Between Mills Road and County Road 65.
Conduct a public hearing to consider a change in the city’s zoning ordinance. Changes are proposed on businesses at residences, fences and walls and several changes concerning duplexes.
Read a proclamation honor the contributions of Frances Underwood Lager for “her long and faithful service to the citizens” of Foley and to “express to her grieving family our sincere appreciation of her dedicated performance” on the Foley Library Board and work on several other boards in Foley.
Read a proclamation celebrating the one-year anniversary of the Cognia STEM Certification for Florence B. Mathis Elementary School.
Discuss a resolution to approve funding for road improvements at Lynndale Court and intersection improvements at State Route 59 and Fern Avenue to help with the expansion of South Baldwin Medical Center and traffic flow in the intersection.
Have a first reading of an ordinance change to rezone property owned by Gopher Fork Investments from extended business to multi-family and set a public hearing for a second reading.
Have a first reading of an ordinance change requested to rezone property north of Richard Childress Lane and east of State Route 59 from extended business to multi-family. The entire parcel is 73 acres but the applicant is seeking only to rezone 20 of those acres. The council will also set a public hearing for a second reading.
Have a first reading of an ordinance change requested for Magnolia Landing to rezone a 19.40-acre parcel from neighborhood business and single-family residential to planned unit development. The land on the west side of South Hickory Street and north of County Road 12. It is currently vacant and is owned by a company based in Mandeville, Louisiana. The council will also set a public hearing for a second reading.
Have a first reading of an ordinance change requested by Kenneth E. Teem to rezone an 18.79 parcel from open space agricultural to planned unit development and multi-family. The property is located at the southeast intersection of South Hickory Street and County Road 20 and has road frontage on both. The council will also set a public hearing for a second reading.
Have a first reading of an ordinance change requested by Sam and Lidia Gerges to rezone a 24.44-parcel from planned unit development to multi-family. The property is in five parcels and is located north of County Road 20 and east of South Pine Street. The council will also set a public hearing for a second reading.
Have a first reading on an ordinance approving the annexation of right of way owned by Keystone Development into the city.
Have a second reading to approve an ordinance for annexation property owned by Terry Grant and pre-zone it as multi-family. The 22-acre tract is located north of County Road 20 South and west of State Route 59.
Consider a special event liquor license for the Reach N Teach concert at OWA on June 11.
Consider appointing Sandy Russell to the Museum-Archives Board.
Consider a resolution approving a new lease policy for the city and rescinding the old resolution on leasing.
Consider a resolution amending the pay classification plan in several departments.
Consider a resolution declaring police vehicles to be surplus.
Consider a resolution waiving fees to us Max Griffin Park for Robert Benton and the American Legion Post 99 for a Memorial Day Event.
Consider the purchase of an F-150 Ford four-by-four pickup for the Sanitation Department for $32,131.
Consider the purchase of a Caterpillar 304 mini-excavator for the Street Department for $65,326.
Consider approving a grant application to the Smart Home America Community Resilience Housing Guide to prepare for storms.
Consider a resolution accepting an FCC Emergency Connectivity grant in the amount of $11,400.
Consider a resolution to memorialize the application for a Loan Syndications and Trading Association grant.
Consider the purchase of an eight-ton air conditioning unit for the Justice Center courtroom for $24,000.
Consider a resolution to approve funds for work on North Pecan Street and put the project out for bids. There is $316,174 budgeted for the project but with price increases an additional $126,326 is needed.
Consider the surplus and disposal of 10 vehicles from the Street Department.
Consider a resolution amending city fiscal year 2022 budgets.
Consider going to bid for a new train-themed playset to replace a rusting set at the Foley Depot Museum. The Museum-Archives Board has pledged $20,000 toward the new set.
Consider buying a golf cart for the Nature Parks Department for shuttling elderly and handicapped on election days and other events.
Consider a proposal from Engineering Design Group for surveying city property near the Alabama Gulf Coast Farmer’s and Fishermen’s Market.
Consider the approving a pole barn for the Nature Parks Department to shelter equipment from the weather.
Consider a resolution reappointing Mary Hall-Muir to the Housing Authority Board.
Consider a resolution seeking requests for proposals from banks in the Foley area.