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Minneapolis City Council Meeting Minutes, May 12, 2017- City

May 20, 2017

OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS MINNEAPOLIS CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING OF MAY 12, 2017 ————— (Published May 20, 2017, in Finance and Commerce) ————— CALL TO ORDER Council President Johnson called the meeting to order at 9:30 a.m. in the Council Chamber, a quorum being present. Present - Council Members Kevin Reich, Cam Gordon, Jacob Frey, Blong Yang, Abdi Warsame, Lisa Goodman, Elizabeth Glidden, Lisa Bender, John Quincy, Andrew Johnson, Linea Palmisano, President Barbara Johnson. Absent - Council Member Alondra Cano. On motion by Gordon, the agenda was amended to include under the Order of Resolutions a resolution honoring Annie Young for her dedication and service to the City and declaring May 20, 2017, Annie Young Day in the City of Minneapolis. On motion by Yang, the agenda was amended to include under the Order of Resolutions a resolution honoring the 2016-2017 Minneapolis North Community High School Polars Boys Basketball Team. On motion by Glidden, the agenda, as amended, was adopted. On motion by Glidden, the minutes of the regular meeting of April 28, 2017, and the adjourned session held May 3, 2017, were accepted. On motion by Glidden, the petitions, communications, and reports were referred to the proper Committees. The following actions, resolutions, and ordinances were signed by Mayor Betsy Hodges on May 18, 2017. Minnesota Statutes, Section 331A.01, Subd 10, allows for summary publication of ordinances and resolutions in the official newspaper of the city. A complete copy of each summarized ordinance and resolution is available for public inspection in the Office of City Clerk. REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES The COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & REGULATORY SERVICES Committee submitted the following reports: COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0359 The Minneapolis City Council hereby: 1. Directs staff to summarize public comments received through the 30-day public comment period of April 6, 2017 through May 5, 2017, in the 2017 Consolidated Plan Action Plan. 2. Approves the 2017 Consolidated Plan Action Plan. 3. Authorizes submittal of the City of Minneapolis 2017 Consolidated Plan Action Plan to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) after the City has been notified of the 2017 HUD Community Development Block Grant (CD BG), Home Investment Partnerships (HOME), Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG), and Housing Opportunity for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) entitlement program allocation, but no later than Aug. 16, 2017. 4. Directs Finance staff to apply proportional project/program allocation adjustments to the prior approved 2017 General Budget Resolution project/program allocations after HUD notification of entitlement award amount. 5. Directs Finance staff to incur any necessary pre-award costs for programming consistent with 2017 Consolidated Plan Action Plan. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. On behalf of the Community Development & Regulatory Services and Ways & Means Committees, Frey offered Resolution 2017R-210 approving Modification No. 3 to the Consolidated Redevelopment Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Plan, which updates the projected amount of tax increment that will be generated and distributed to the City over the life of the Consolidated Redevelopment TIF District. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The resolution was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0360 The Minneapolis City Council hereby: 1. Approves the application of Penny's Coffee, LLC, doing business as Penny's Coffee, 100 Washington Ave S, for an On Sale Liquor with Sunday Sales, Class D License (expansion of premises). 2. Rescinds the Business License Operating Conditions Agreement related to the On Sale Wine with Strong Beer License held by Penny's Coffee, adopted on February 13, 2017, set forth in File No. 17-00144. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. On behalf of the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee, Frey offered Ordinance 2017-022 amending Title 14, Chapter 364 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Liquor and Beer: Liquor Regulations, amending provisions related to Sunday sales for off-sale liquor licenses. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The ordinance was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0362 The Minneapolis City Council hereby adopts the Business License Operating Conditions Agreement negotiated between the City of Minneapolis and Sharbel Petroleum Co., doing business as Tesoro Riverside Shop, allowing the licensee to obtain the Extended Hours License at 2517 Riverside Ave, subject to adherence with the conditions contained therein. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0363 The Minneapolis City Council hereby authorizes an amendment to an existing HOME loan to Portland Village, LP, for Portland Village at 1829 Portland Ave, which reduces the loan interest rate from 6.09% to 0.0% for all interest accruing in the future. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. On behalf of the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee, Frey offered Resolution 2017R-211 granting approval for Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority to undertake a housing project on behalf of East Town Apartments Limited Partnership, for a project at 815 S 6th St, through the issuance of up to $20,000,000 of Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The resolution was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0364 The Minneapolis City Council hereby authorizes amendments to contracts with Minnesota Homeownership Center as follows: 1. Increasing Contract C-41504 for administration and oversight of homeownership education curriculum, along with foreclosure prevention and detailed financial counseling services, increasing by $95,000, and extending through Sept. 30, 2018. This will include collection and analysis of counseling data. 2. Increasing Contract C-41480 to cover payments to counseling agencies for foreclosure prevention counseling by $80,000, and extending through Sept. 30, 2018. 3. Increasing Contract C-41479 for the financial and homeownership counseling services by a network of counseling agencies, as well as collection and analysis of the counseling data, by $100,000, and extending through Sept. 30, 2018. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0365 The Minneapolis City Council hereby authorizes an agreement with Minnesota Housing (MHFA) to receive and use the Predictive Cost Model to assist with assessing cost containment for affordable housing projects and authorizes the Department of Community Planning & Economic Development Director to approve extending such agreement to subsequent versions of the Predictive Cost Model that are developed by MHFA. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0366 The Minneapolis City Council hereby approves a waiver of the 60-day waiting period set forth in Chapter 249 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances for the property at 4108 Beard Ave S, owned by Daniel Fobbe and Diane Mach, having concurred with the Director of Regulatory Services that said property constitutes an immediate hazard to public health and safety, pursuant to section 249.30, and that the other procedures as set out in Chapter 249 may be implemented immediately. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. The HEALTH, ENVIRONMENT & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Committee submitted the following reports: COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0367 The Minneapolis City Council hereby authorizes: 1. Acceptance of a grant from New Venture Fund in the amount of $30,000 for their Healthy Babies Bright Futures Project to reduce neurotoxic chemicals in Minneapolis. 2. An agreement with New Venture Fund for the grant. 3. Passage of Resolution 2017R-212 appropriating funds to the Health Department. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0368 The Minneapolis City Council hereby authorizes an increase to Contract No. C-39730 with Balvina Jones in the amount of $50,000, for a revised contract total of $100,000, and to extend the contract through Dec. 31, 2018, for maintenance of the City's lead safe house. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0369 The Minneapolis City Council hereby authorizes an agreement between the City of Minneapolis through its Health Department, the Minnesota Department of Health through its Office of Vital Records, and the federal Health Resources and Services Administration through its Maternal and Child Health Bureau, to link Healthy Start Program participant data to vital records data and share vital records data of mothers who gave birth in Hennepin County. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. The TRANSPORTATION & PUBLIC WORKS Committee submitted the following reports: On behalf of the Transportation & Public Works and Ways & Means Committees, Reich offered Resolution 2017R-213 ordering the work to proceed and adopting the special assessments for the 8th St SE (Central Ave NE to 15th Ave SE) Street Resurfacing Project No. 9964G, as part of the 2017 Street Resurfacing Program. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The resolution was adopted. On behalf of the Transportation & Public Works and Ways & Means Committees, Reich offered Resolution 2017R-214 requesting the Board of Estimate and Taxation authorize the City to issue and sell City of Minneapolis bonds in the amount of $270,415 for the purpose of paying the assessed cost of street improvements in the 8th St SE (Central Ave NE to 15th Ave SE) Street Resurfacing Project No. 9964G. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The resolution was adopted. On behalf of the Transportation & Public Works and Ways & Means Committees, Reich offered Resolution 2017R-215 ordering the work to proceed and adopting the special assessments for the South Hay Area Residential Street Resurfacing Project No. 9964F, as part of the 2017 Street Resurfacing Program. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The resolution was adopted. On behalf of the Transportation & Public Works and Ways & Means Committees, Reich offered Resolution 2017R-216 requesting the Board of Estimate and Taxation authorize the City to issue and sell City of Minneapolis bonds in the amount of $892,210 for the purpose of paying the assessed cost of street improvements in the South Hay Area Residential Street Resurfacing Project No. 9964F. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The resolution was adopted. On behalf of the Transportation & Public Works Committee, Reich offered Ordinance 2017-023 amending Title 18, Chapters 466 and 478 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Traffic Code: In General; and Parking, Stopping and Standing, repealing the definition and amending provisions related to limited time parking. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The ordinance was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0370 The Minneapolis City Council hereby authorizes an amendment to the 2017 operating plans and budgets for the 50th and France, 54th & Lyndale, Bloomington-Lake, Central Avenue, 48th Street East and Chicago Avenue South, Chicago-Lake, East Lake, Eat Street, Linden Hills, Lowry Hill, Lyndale-Lake, Stadium Village, Uptown, and West Broadway Improvement Special Service Districts to incorporate 2016 year-end budget surpluses, as further set forth in File No. 17-00585 on file in the Office of the City Clerk. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0371 The Minneapolis City Council hereby approves the layout for the Pedestrian and Bikeways Improvements Project along Emerson Ave N (from Plymouth Ave N to 33rd Ave N) and Fremont Ave N (from Plymouth Ave N to 44th Ave N) (CPV115), as further set forth in File No. 17-00586 on file in the Office of the City Clerk. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. On behalf of the Transportation & Public Works and Ways & Means Committees, Reich offered Resolution 2017R-219 amending Resolution 2017R-096 entitled "Ordering the work to proceed and adopting special assessments for the 42nd Ave N (Municipal State Aid Street 262) Street Reconstruction Project, Special Improvement of Existing Street No. 6756," passed Feb. 24, 2017, due to a reduction of the assessment for the property located at 3800 Penn Ave N. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The resolution was adopted. On behalf of the Transportation & Public Works and Ways & Means Committees, Reich offered Resolution 2017R-220 amending Resolution 2017R-097 entitled "Requesting the Board of Estimate and Taxation to issue and sell City of Minneapolis bonds in the amount of $1,771,220 for certain purposes other than the purchase of public utilities," passed Feb. 24, 2017, to reduce the bonds requested to be sold for the 42nd Ave N Street Reconstruction Project No. 6756 due to a reduction of the assessment for the property located at 3800 Penn Ave N. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The resolution was adopted. On behalf of the Transportation & Public Works and Ways & Means Committees, Reich offered Resolution 2017R-221 authorizing execution of Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to Cooperative Agreement No. C-41096 with the Minnesota Department of Transportation authorizing the City of Minneapolis to perform engineering services related to sanitary sewer design and the bidding phase for the I-35W and Lake Street Transit Access Project, Chapter 152 Bridges Project, and I-35W Rehabilitation Project. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The resolution was adopted. On behalf of the Transportation & Public Works and Ways & Means Committees, Reich offered Resolution 2017R-222 authorizing execution of Supplemental Agreement No. 2 to Cooperative Agreement No. C-41095 with the Minnesota Department of Transportation authorizing the City of Minneapolis to perform engineering services related to watermain design and the bidding phase for the I-35W and Lake Street Transit Access Project, Chapter 152 Bridges Project, and I-35W Rehabilitation Project. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The resolution was adopted. On behalf of the Transportation & Public Works and Ways & Means Committees, Reich offered Resolution 2017R-223 authorizing execution of the biennial Routine Maintenance Agreement between the State of Minnesota, Department of Transportation, and the City of Minneapolis effective July 1, 2017, through June 30, 2019. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The resolution was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0372 The Minneapolis City Council hereby: 1. Authorizes acceptance of additional Federal Highway Safety Improvement grant funds in the amount of $931,879, for a total amount of $5,790,105, for intersection and traffic signal improvements, pursuant to Minnesota Department of Transportation Agency Agreement No. 99903 (CTR1622). 2. Passage of Resolution 2017R-224 increasing the appropriation for the Public Works Department by $931,879 in Safety Program CTR022 to reflect additional grant funds. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0373 The Minneapolis City Council hereby authorizes acceptance of the low bid submitted on Official Publication No. 8396 from Park Construction Company, for an estimated total expenditure of $2,688,751.82, to provide all materials, labor, equipment, and incidentals necessary for the 18th Ave NE Street Construction Project (S.A.P. 141-284-005) (CPV080), and further authorizes a contract for said service in accordance with City specifications. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0374 The Minneapolis City Council hereby authorizes acceptance of the low bid submitted on Official Publication No. 8415 from Magney Construction, Inc., in the amount of $839,645, to provide all labor, materials, equipment, and incidentals for the construction of the Nicollet Island Pump Station (CWT121767), and further authorizes a contract for said service in accordance with City specifications. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. On behalf of the Transportation & Public Works Committee, Reich offered Resolution 2017R-225 declaring May 7 - 13, 2017, as Drinking Water Week. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The resolution was adopted. The WAYS & MEANS Committee submitted the following reports: COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0376 The Minneapolis City Council hereby approves the settlement of the lawsuit brought by Abdalla Kahiye, Hennepin County District Court File No. 27-CV-15-1837, by payment of $10,000 to McEllistrem Fargione, P.A., and authorizes the City Attorney's Office to execute any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0377 The Minneapolis City Council hereby approves the settlement of the Workers' Compensation claim of Andrea J. Piper by payment of $180,000 to Andrea J. Piper and her attorneys, Margolis Law Firm, and authorizes the City Attorney's Office to execute any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0378 The Minneapolis City Council hereby approves the settlement of the personal injury claim of Deandre McCoy June by payment of $4,750 to Deandre McCoy June and her attorneys, Lewis & Associates, and authorizes the City Attorney's Office to execute any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0379 The Minneapolis City Council hereby approves the settlement of the lawsuit brought in the matter of Vicki Jung v. City of Minneapolis, Hennepin County District Court, Court File No. 27-CV-16-13367, by the payment of $45,000 to Vicki Jung and her attorneys at Baillon Thome Jozwiak & Wanta LLP, and authorizes the City Attorney's Office to execute any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0380 The Minneapolis City Council hereby approves the settlement of the Workers' Compensation claim of Jerome A. Steffens (deceased) by Sandra Steffens by payment of $111,040.74, to be disbursed in the amount of $63,781.18 to Sandra Steffens and her attorney, Steven D. Hawn, and $47,259.56 to Medica Health Plans, and authorizes the City Attorney's Office to execute any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0381 The Minneapolis City Council hereby authorizes a contract with Go Beyond, LLC, using the vendor's form for two and one-half years for the access of their various reports for Minneapolis Healthy Start to remain compliant with federal program requirements, for a not-to-exceed amount of $20,000. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. On behalf of the Ways & Means Committee, Quincy offered Resolution 2017R-226 authorizing acceptance of donations for conference expenses for the Information Technology Department. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The resolution was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0382 The Minneapolis City Council hereby authorizes a contract with Hennepin Technical College (HTC) for a summer 2017 skills training class at a cost of $24,000 for training conducted between June 5 and July 27, 2017, using the contract prepared by HTC. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. COUNCIL ACTION 2017A-0383 The Minneapolis City Council hereby authorizes a contract with the Minnesota Department of Commerce to accept $392,462 for the Police Auto Theft Prevention Program for two years, from July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2019. On roll call, the result was: Ayes: Reich, Gordon, Frey, Yang, Warsame, Goodman, Glidden, Bender, Quincy, A. Johnson, Palmisano, President Johnson (12) Noes: (0) Absent: Cano (1) The report was adopted. INTRODUCTION & REFERRAL CALENDAR Pursuant to notice, on motion by Goodman, the subject matter of the following ordinance was introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee for a public hearing on May 16, 2017: Amending Title 16, Chapter 421 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Planning and Development: Housing Improvement Areas, adding a new Article II entitled "Wellington Condominium Housing Improvement Area" to establish the area and impose fees to pay for housing improvements within the area. Pursuant to notice, on motion by B. Johnson, the subject matter of the following ordinance was introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Zoning & Planning Committee: Amending Title 20, Chapter 535 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Zoning Code: Regulations of General Applicability, amending provisions related to telecom antennas in the Right of Way and general housekeeping of Article VIII Communications Towers, Antennas, and Base Units. RESOLUTIONS Resolution 2017R-227 declaring June 21, 2017, as National Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Day was adopted. Resolution 2017R-228 recognizing June 21, 2017, as Make Music Day was adopted. Resolution 2017R-229 recognizing National Police Week and honoring the service and sacrifice of those law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty while protecting our communities and safeguarding our democracy was adopted. Resolution 2017R-230 honoring DeLaSalle High School Boys' Basketball 2017 Minnesota Class AAA State Champions was adopted. Resolution 2017R-231 honoring Earl Pettiford for 49 years of service to the City of Minneapolis was adopted. Resolution 2017R-232 recognizing Sona Mehring and the 20th Anniversary of CaringBridge was adopted. Resolution 2017R-233 honoring Annie Young and declaring May 20, 2017, Annie Young Day in the City of Minneapolis was adopted. Resolution 2017R-234 honoring the 2016-2017 Minneapolis North Community High School Polars Boys Basketball Team was adopted. ADJOURNMENT On motion by Glidden, the meeting was adjourned to May 23, 2017, at 11:00 a.m. at Masjid An-Nur, 1729 Lyndale Ave N, for the purpose of receiving Mayor Hodges' 2017 State of the City Address. (The adjourned meeting was cancelled. The Mayor's speech will be included under the Order of New Business at the May 26, 2017, regular meeting) JACKIE HANSON, Interim Assistant City Clerk 11342342

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