Agenda, Clemson City Council
Monday, June 17, 2019
**Public Hearing at 6:00 p.m. – Budget FY 2019-2020**
Regular Council Meeting at 6:30 p.m.
Council Chamber, Clemson City Hall
1. Call to Order
2. Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance – Council Member Ducworth
3. Public Session – Receive public comments that may or may not be on this agenda
4. Approval of Minutes –June 3, 2019
5. Reports/Discussion Agenda:
a. Receive a report from Jennifer Calabria, representative for Pacolet Milliken, regarding the status of the Pacolet Milliken Enterprises mixed-use, residential planned development project – City Administrator Rick Cotton.
b. Clemson University Undergraduate Student Government President Logan Young to discuss the possibility of a Downtown Clemson block party to start the fall semester – Mayor Cook.
c. Receive a report on Lake Hartwell Country from Executive Director Les McCall – Assistant City Administrator Andy Blondeau.
d. Staff and Council reports
– Work Session dates for Town Hall Meeting summaries
6. Policy/Action Agenda:
a. Consider 2nd Reading of an Ordinance for the City of Clemson annual budget for fiscal year 2019-2020 – Director of Finance Joel Seavey.
b. Consider 1st Reading of an Ordinance for 2019-R-03 Proposed Text Amendments (Definitions) – Planning & Codes Director Todd Steadman.
c. Consider a Policy to administer a downtown employee prepaid parking pilot program – Assistant City Administrator Andy Blondeau.
d. Consider the request from the Town of Central for a recreational easement by the City of Clemson for a mixed-use, multi-generational, soft surface trail system that would utilize a portion of land owned by the City and managed by Pickens County that was previously used for a landfill site (map attached) – City Council.
e. Consider the Bids received for specific sidewalk construction segments for summer 2019 installation (Bid deadline Friday, June 14th results to be posted Friday) – City Engineer Kent Guthrie.
f. Consider the Bids received for the sanitary sewer force main replacement project from Pump Station #7 to College Avenue (Bid deadline Thursday, June 13th results to be posted Friday) – City Engineer Kent Guthrie.
7. Executive Session:
a. Discuss negotiations of a contract with Clemson University for CATBus service for next fiscal year. (SC Code of Laws Sec. 30-4-70(a)(2): Discussion of negotiations incident to proposed contractual arrangements.)
Note: Upon returning to open session, Council may take action on matters discussed in Executive Session.