Minneapolis City Council Agenda
 
Regular Meeting
June 27, 2014 – 9:15 a.m.
Room 317, City Hall
 
Members: Council President Barbara Johnson, Vice President Elizabeth Glidden, Majority Leader John Quincy, Minority Leader Cam Gordon, Council Members Kevin Reich, Jacob Frey, Blong Yang, Abdi Warsame, Lisa Goodman, Alondra Cano, Lisa Bender, Andrew Johnson, and Linea Palmisano
 
(Majority vote of all members, 7; 2/3 vote of all members, 9; quorum 7)
 
Council Committee Coordinator: Lisa Hansen 612-673-3963
 
1.   Roll Call.
2.   Adoption of the agenda.
      Action Taken: Adopted.
3.   Acceptance of minutes of the regular meeting of June 13, 2014.
      Action Taken: Accepted.
4.   Referral of petitions and communications and reports of the City officers to proper Committees and departments.
      Action Taken: Referred.
 
Community Development & Regulatory Services
CD&RS agenda of 6/17/2014
1.   Commons at Penn Limited Partnership (1823 Penn Ave N & 2201-2221 Golden Valley Rd):
Passage of Resolution giving final approval to the issuance of up to $5.6 million in Tax-Exempt Multi-family Housing Entitlement Revenue Bonds to finance the acquisition of land and the construction of a 45-unit, multifamily, rental-housing development, and facilities functionally related and subordinate thereto.
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.   Land Sale (2201 Golden Valley Rd & 1823 Penn Ave N):
a)   Passage of Resolution authorizing sale of properties to Commons at Penn Limited Partnership or an affiliate for $73,880 (9 votes);
b)   Authorize a Redevelopment Contract and related documents.
Action Taken: Adopted.
3.   Land Sale (3735 22nd Ave S):
Passage of Resolution authorizing sale of property to Accent Homes, Inc. for $25,000 (9 votes).
Action Taken: Adopted.
4.   Land Sale (655 Taylor St NE):
Passage of Resolution authorizing sale of property to Accent Homes, Inc, for $15,000 (9 votes).
Action Taken: Adopted.
5.   Land Sale (Excess Street Right of Way adjacent to 1977 W River Rd N):
Passage of Resolution authorizing sale of property to West River Road Investments, LLC or an affiliate entity for $4,400; Authorize a redevelopment contract, loan agreement and other necessary documents (9 votes).
Action Taken: Adopted.
6.   Temporary Expansions Ordinance:
Passage of Ordinance amending Title 14, Chapter 362 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Liquor Licenses, to allow a waiver, for special events, on the maximum number of temporary expansions per year currently allowed for on-sale liquor, wine and beer establishments.
Action Taken: Adopted.
7.   Temporary Parking Lots Ordinance:
Passage of Ordinance amending Title 13, Chapter 319 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Open Air Motor Vehicle Parking Lots, to increase the number of days license holders can charge customers for parking for special events.
Action Taken: Adopted.
8.   Rental Dwelling License (2643 Lyndale Ave N – Owner Abdirizak Abdinur):
Approve recommendation to revoke.
Action Taken: Adopted.
9.   Rental Dwelling License (4127 Colfax Ave N – Owner William Davidson-Juanita Investments LLC):
Approve recommendation to revoke.
Action Taken: Adopted.
10. Liquor, Business & Gambling License Applications:
Approve Department of Licenses & Consumer Services agenda recommendations for Liquor, Business & Gambling licenses.
Early Signature by Mayor Requested.
Action Taken: Adopted.
11. Rental License Reinstatement (719 24th Ave NE - Owner Joel Hussong):
Approve reinstatement.
Action Taken: Adopted.
12. Rental Dwelling License Conditions (3024-26 Elliot Ave - Owner Moonilal Ragoonanan):
Passage of Resolution approving conditions to be placed on license.
Action Taken: Adopted.
13. Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA):
Passage of Resolution granting approval for the HRA to provide financial assistance from the 2014 Affordable Housing Incentive Fund to eight projects located in Minneapolis. 
Action Taken: Adopted.
14. Minneapolis Workforce Council:
Confirm Mayoral appointments of Laura Beeth, Michele Durkin, Christopher Ferguson, Douglas Flateau, Anthony Goze, Mary Jane Griebler, John Mbali, Robert Reedy, Carolyn Roby (also reappointed as Chair), Jim Roth, and Terrell Towers; Waive residency requirement for Laura Beeth, Christopher Ferguson, Mary Jane Griebler, John Mbali, Robert Reedy, and Terrell Towers.
Action Taken: Adopted.
15. Historic Theater Lease:
Authorize Amendment #1 to the 2005 lease with Hennepin Theatre Trust.
Action Taken: Adopted.
16. Saint Paul Port Authority:
Passage of Resolution authorizing a Joint Powers Agreement with the Port Authority of the City of Saint Paul and its instrumentality, Capital City Properties, to facilitate New Markets Tax Credit investments in Minneapolis.  
Action Taken: Adopted.
Referred Reports to Ways & Means Committee
17. City-Owned Loan Asset (3104 E 52nd St):
Approve the sale of a City loan on property for $8,675.00 and authorize approval of future requests for the sale of City loan assets on single family residential property when the City’s loan could be discharged as a result of a foreclosure action on a senior lienholder’s debt and execution of necessary documents.
Action Taken: Adopted.
18. Rehab Support, Green Homes North, and Homeownership Opportunity Minneapolis programs:
a) Authorize submittal of proposal to Minnesota Housing requesting $1,200,000 from the Impact Fund; including $600,000 for North Minneapolis neighborhoods and $600,000 for North East and South Minneapolis neighborhoods for the Rehab Support Program;
b) Authorize submittal of proposal to Minnesota Housing requesting $500,000 from the Impact Fund for the Green Homes North Program, Round 4;
c) Authorize submittal of proposal to Minnesota Housing requesting $250,000 from the Impact Fund for the Homeownership Opportunity Minneapolis Program.
Action Taken: Adopted.
19. Target Center Renovation Project:
Authorize contract with Mortenson Construction for Construction Manager at Risk Services for the Target Center Renovation project.
Early Signature by Mayor Requested.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Health, Environment & Community Engagement
HE&CE agenda of 6/16/2014
1.   SUN Neighborhood Priority Plan:
Approve the Southside United Neighborhood (SUN) Priority Plan for the Bancroft Neighborhood Association; Bryant Neighborhood Organization; Central Area Neighborhood Development Organization; Corcoran Neighborhood Organization; Longfellow Community Council; Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association; and Standish-Ericsson Neighborhood Association; and authorize execution of any contracts or agreements necessary.
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.   One Minneapolis Fund Grant Awards:
Approve the following grants for the 2014 One Minneapolis Fund Grant Program and authorize execution of the necessary contracts with the organizations receiving the grants: Lake Street Council ($15,000); Appetite for Change ($15,000); Asian Media Access ($15,000); Council on American Islamic Relations ($10,000); Youth Care ($10,000); Twin Cities Media Alliance ($10,000); and Organizing Apprenticeship Project ($5,000).
Action Taken: Adopted.
Referred Reports to Ways & Means Committee
3.   Revenue Cycle Management Services for School Based Clinics:
Authorize contract with Bridge Health Care Partners to provide revenue cycle management services to the School Based Clinics Program in an amount not to exceed $625,000.
Action Taken: Adopted.
4.   Preconception Health Services Grant:
a)    Authorize agreement with the State of Minnesota to accept a two-year grant of up to $128,662 for the Preconception Health In Minnesota Program; and
b)    Passage of Resolution approving budget appropriation. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
5.   Minneapolis Tree Advisory Commission (MTAC) Financial Recommendations:
HE&CE - Sent forward without recommendation the following:
Abandon three capital projects for City Property Reforestation to fund new capital projects as follows:
a)    $393,140.34 for the removal of “tree coffin” structures in downtown and commercial corridors and reforesting with new trees;
b)    $50,000 to the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) for planting fruit and nut tree groves in public parks; and
c)    Passage of Resolutions (2) amending the capital budget and bonding requests to reflect the reallocations.
W&M - Amend MTAC recommended reallocations as follows:
a)    $318,140.34 for removal of “tree coffin” structures and reforesting with new trees;
b)    $75,000 to the MPRB for the grinding and removal of tree stumps as part of the Ash Tree Replacement Program;
c)    $50,000 to the MPRB for planting fruit and nut tree groves in public parks; and
d)    Passage of Resolutions (2) amending capital budget and bonding requests to reflect the reallocations.
Action Taken: W&M recommendation adopted.
 
Public Safety, Civil Rights & Emergency Management
PSCR&EM agenda of 6/18/2014
Referred Reports to Ways & Means Committee
1.   Downtown Improvement District Increased Summer Enforcement:
Authorize contract with the Downtown Improvement District to receive funds, $22,000, for police officer support of the Downtown Summer Community Engagement Pilot; Passage of Resolution appropriating funds.
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.   Jail Fees:
Authorize contract amendment with the Hennepin County Sheriff for jail fees for Police detainees, estimated for 2014 at $1,966,908, and authorize any documents necessary to effectuate the agreement.
Action Taken: Adopted.
3.   Drug Court:
Authorize contract agreements with the Hennepin County 4th District Court, $43,000, for a 1-year period, for Police Department to provide Drug Court research and monitoring services and serving as liaison between the Police Department and the court.
Action Taken: Adopted.
4.   School Resource Officer Services:
Authorize contract agreement with Minneapolis Special School District #1 to receive $1,060,000 in funds for providing Minneapolis Police School Resource Officers in designated district schools.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Transportation & Public Works
T&PW agenda of 6/17/2014
1.   Stormwater Management Program and Annual Report:
Passage of Resolution adopting the Stormwater Management Program and Annual Report.
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.   Urban Works Contract Amendment:
Authorize increase of $50,000 to the contract with Urban Works, Inc. for professional services related to the management of Special Service Districts and extension of the contract end date to November 30, 2014.
Action Taken: Adopted.
3.   Agreement with BNSF:
Authorize execution of an agreement with Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway to obtain a Temporary Occupancy Permit to perform repairs to a shallow utility tunnel under BNSF property.
Action Taken: Adopted.
4.   Alley Construction Project:
a)    Passage of Resolution designating the location and improvements proposed to be made in the 45th Ave N and Irving Ave N Alley Construction Project; and
b)    Receive the cost estimate and direct the City Engineer to prepare proposed special assessments against the benefited properties; and set a public hearing for July 22, 2014. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
5.   Solid Waste and Recycling Services at Minneapolis Park Locations:
Authorize execution of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board and the City for solid waste and recycling collection services at some Minneapolis park locations for a three-year period with two (2) optional one-year renewal extensions.
Action Taken: Adopted.
6.   Major League Baseball and Minnesota Twins “Chevy Experience Pepsi All Star Block Party”:
Approve application for a large block event to be held July 11 to July 16, 2014, to operate outside the timeframe allowed under ordinance.
Action Taken: Adopted.
7.   Minnesota Food Truck Fair:
Approve application for a large block event to be held June 29, 2014, to operate outside the timeframe allowed under ordinance.
      Action Taken: Adopted.
8.   Pedestrian Advisory Committee Appointments:
Approve the following appointments and reappointments to the Pedestrian Advisory Committee: Emily Antin (Ward Home 12/Work 12); Shaina Brassard (Ward Home 10/Work 5); Robert Loken (Ward Home 1/Work 3); Neal Baxter (Ward Home 8/Work 7); Scott Engel (Ward Home 12/Work 10); Donna Hemp (Ward Home 4); and Dan Herber (Ward Home 8/Work 7).
Action Taken: Adopted.
9.   Special Service District Advisory Board Appointments:
Approve the following appointments and reappointments to Special Service District Advisory Boards:
a)   Bloomington Lake Special Service District (Ward 9): Ted Muller, Julie Ingebretsen, and Elizabeth George.
b)   Central Avenue Special Service District (Ward 1): Jeremy Edwards, Brent Fuqua, Katherine Bakke; Amy Fields, Ruksapol (Joe) Hatch-Surisook, James Higgins, Lynda MacDonald, Scott McCleary, and Colleen Olsen.
c)   Chicago Lake Special Service District (Wards 6 & 9): Dave Burrill and David Johnson.
d)   Chicago Avenue South Special Service District (Wards 8 & 11): Arpad Nagy, Harvey McLain, Patrick Nau, Joyce Tesarek, and William Senkyr.
e)   Dinkytown Special Service District (Ward 3): Irv Hershkovitz, Mike Mulrooney, and Brad Nelson.
f)    East Lake Special Service District (Wards 2 & 9): Scott Cramer and Alan Puder.
g)   Linden Hills Special Service District (Ward 13): David Luger, Mark Settergren, Mark Dwyer, and R. Donald Hawkinson.
h)   Lyndale Lake Special Service District (Wards 8 & 10): John Meegan and Cole Rogers.
i)    Nicollet Avenue South Special Service District (Wards 6, 7 & 10): Dennis Babcock, Ann Benrud, Joanne Christ, and Tammy Wong.
j)    South Hennepin Avenue Special Service District (Wards 7 & 10): Daniel Conway, Tom Delaney, and Thomas Fletcher.
k)   Stadium Village Special Service District (Ward 2): Brad Nelson, Daniel Oberpriller, Pierre Willette, and Duane Rohrbaugh.
l)    Uptown Special Service District (Wards 7 & 10): Ross Fefercorn, Michael Finn, Bill Frothinger, Jacqueline Knight, and Robert Sorenson.
Action Taken: Adopted.
10. Support for GreenCorps Member for Solid Waste & Recycling Division:
Passage of Resolution declaring support for the Division of Solid Waste & Recycling to host an AmeriCorps member through the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s GreenCorps Program for the 2014-2015 program year.
Action Taken: Adopted.
Referred Reports to Ways & Means Committee
11. 40th St E & W Street Resurfacing Project (Lyndale Ave S to Stevens Ave S):
a)    Passage of Resolution ordering the work to proceed and adopting special assessments for the project; and
b)    Passage of Resolution requesting the Board of Estimate and Taxation to issue assessment bonds for the project. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
12. Edgewater Area and Cedar Ave S Street Resurfacing Project:
a)    Passage of Resolution ordering the work to proceed and adopting special assessments for the project; and
b)    Passage of Resolution requesting the Board of Estimate and Taxation to issue assessment bonds for the project. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
13. Source Water Protection Plan Implementation Grant:
a)    Authorize execution of agreements necessary to accept a $10,000 Minnesota Department of Health Source Water Protection Plan Implementation Grant in the amount of $10,000; and
b)    Passage of Resolution appropriating the funds. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
14. Agreement with Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority:
a)    Authorize an agreement with the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority (MSFA) allowing the City and the MSFA to cooperatively participate in the cost of public infrastructure improvements related to the Minnesota Multi-Purpose Stadium Project, including street lighting and traffic signal construction in the amount of $593,142.25 to be paid from existing City funds; and
b)    Passage of Resolution increasing the appropriation for the project by $1,545,548.57 to reflect MSFA’s reimbursement to the City for street lighting, traffic signal, interconnect signage materials testing, and as-built drawings.
Action Taken: Adopted.
15. Peavey Plaza - Downtown Council Donation:
Passage of Resolution accepting the donation of landscaping at Peavey Plaza from the Minneapolis Downtown Council. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
16. Hennepin County Grant for Lake Nokomis Stormwater Practices:
a)    Authorize an agreement with Hennepin County to accept a $6,000 grant from the Natural Resource Incentives Critical Habitat Program for reimbursement for activities that reduce stormwater runoff to the storm sewer system leading to Lake Nokomis; and
b)    Passage of Resolution increasing the appropriation for the project by $6,000. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
17. Nicollet Mall Redesign and Reconstruction Project:
a)    Approve proposed concept and budget for the Nicollet Mall Redesign and Reconstruction Project;
b)    Accept a $21,500,000 grant from the State of Minnesota;
c)    Passage of Resolution increasing the appropriation for the project by $46,500,000; $21,500,000 from the grant and $25,000,000 from special assessments upon the benefiting properties;
d)    Authorize negotiation with private property owners to acquire easement agreements as needed;
e)    Authorize negotiation and execution of a contract with James Corner Field Operations for completion of detailed design, construction document, and bidding and construction phases for the Nicollet Mall;
f)     Approve waiver of the City’s RFP policy and procedures and authorize a contract with Peter Brown of Conurbation LLC for project management;
g)    Authorize staff to initiate a process to select a Construction Manager for the project; and
h)    Appoint the ten-member Nicollet Mall Implementation Committee to guide the project through detailed design. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
18. Bids:
a)    OP 7932, Accept single bid of Dukes Root Control, Inc. for sewer line root control;
b)    OP 7942, Accept low bid of Project Restorations, Inc. for joint repairs at the 11th & Marquette Parking Facility;
c)    OP 7951, Accept low bid of Safety Signs, LLC for Minneapolis Schools Pedestrian Crosswalk Improvements; and
d)    OP 7953, Accept low bid of Fer Pal Construction USA, LLC for the reconstruction of existing water mains.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Ways & Means
W&M agenda of 6/23/2014
1.   Travel Donation – Better Buildings Summit:
Passage of Resolution accepting gifts from the US Department of Energy for Brendon Slotterback, Sustainability Program Director, to attend summit. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.  Travel Donation – Carbon Neutral Cities Conference:
Passage of Resolution accepting gifts from Innovation Network for Communities (INC), the Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN), the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group (C40), and the Kresge Foundation for Brendon Slotterback, Sustainability Program Coordinator, to attend conference. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
3.   2014 Holiday Event:
Sent forward without recommendation contract with the Minneapolis Downtown Council for the purpose of establishing a Holidazzle District, including a Winter Market in downtown during the 2014 holiday season, to be funded by the Convention Center and City Coordinator budgets ($395,000).
Action Taken: Adopted substitute report.
4.   Convention Center Wireless Network Services:
Authorize execute amended and restated agreement with Insite Wireless and Smart City to provide wireless network services for client use at the Minneapolis Convention Center for an additional five-year period.
Action Taken: Adopted.
5.   Convention Center Exterior Door Replacement Bid:
OP 7950, accept low bid of Shaw Lundquist Associates, Inc. to furnish and deliver all labor, materials and incidentals necessary for the exterior door replacement at the Minneapolis Convention Center ($463,000).
Action Taken: Adopted.
6.   Workplace Consulting Services for Emergency Communications Center:
Execute amendment to Contract C-37911 with Employee Strategies, Inc. to increase the amount by $46,500 and extend the period through October 31, 2014 to expand the scope of work to include implementation of a set of recommendations related to workplace culture/change management services.
Action Taken: Adopted.
7.   Uncollected Receivables:
Authorize write off six outstanding, unpaid invoices, in accordance with the City of Minneapolis Write-Off Policy and Minnesota Statute §541.05 ($164,016.25).
Action Taken: Adopted.
8.   Waiver of Qualified Energy Conservation Bond Allocation:
Passage of Resolution authorizing a waiver of Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds and consenting to reallocation of authority to the Metropolitan Airports Commission.
Action Taken: Adopted.
9.   Legislative Information Management System:
a)    Authorize execute three-year contract with Granicus, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $210,000 through June 30, 2017, to provide a platform for automating the legislative workflow, agenda management, and minutes annotation processes, board management, and webcasting for streaming public meetings.
b)    Authorize customize the liability terms and conditions.
Early Signature by Mayor Requested.
Action Taken: Adopted.
10. Labor Negotiations:
Passage of Resolution approving terms of a collective bargaining agreement with the Minneapolis Foremen’s Association for a contract period effective January 1, 2014, through December 31, 2016.
Action Taken: Adopted.
11. Systems Administrator Position:
Authorize 1.0 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Software Engineer II position in the Office of the City Clerk to serve as the department’s systems administrator; and passage of Resolution appropriating $118,247 to the City Clerk’s operating budget.
Early Signature by Mayor Requested.
Action Taken: Adopted.
12. Investment Policy & Strategy:
Approve and implement City Investment Policy & Strategy, effective October 1, 2014.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Unfinished Business
1.   Ordinance Introduction:
Pursuant to notice, motion by Reich to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 14, Chapter 362 of the Minneapolis code of Ordinances relating the Liquor and Beer: Liquor Licenses, for first reading and referral to the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee (amending Section 362.46 relating to Brewer Taprooms to allow the sales of beverage alcohol produced by the brewer on or off the premises).
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee.
2.   Ordinance Introduction:
Pursuant to notice, motion by Palmisano to introduce the subject matter of the following ordinances amending Title 20 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinance relating to Zoning Code, for first reading and referral to the Zoning & Planning Committee (amending regulations for 1-4 unit residential development):
a)   Chapter 520 relating to Introductory Provisions.
b)   Chapter 521 relating to Zoning Districts and Maps.
c)   Chapter 525 relating to Administration and Enforcement.
d)   Chapter 530 relating to Site Plan Review.
e)   Chapter 531 relating to Nonconforming Uses and Structures.
f)    Chapter 535 relating to Regulations of General Applicability.
g)   Chapter 536 relating to Specific Development Standards.
h)   Chapter 537 relating to Accessory Uses and Structures.
i)    Chapter 541 relating to Off-Street Parking and Loading.
j)    Chapter 546 relating to Residence Districts.
k)   Chapter 547 relating to Office Residence Districts.
l)    Chapter 548 relating to Commercial Districts.
m)  Chapter 551 relating to Overlay Districts.
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Zoning & Planning Committee.
3.   Ordinance Introduction:
Pursuant to notice, motion by Bender to introduce the subject matter of following ordinances amending Title 20 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Zoning Code, for first reading and referral to the Zoning & Planning Committee (establishing regulations for accessory dwelling units):
a)   Chapter 520 relating to Introductory Provisions.
b)   Chapter 521 relating to Zoning Districts and Maps.
c)   Chapter 525 relating to Administration and Enforcement.
d)   Chapter 530 relating to Site Plan Review.
e)   Chapter 535 relating to Regulations of General Applicability.
f)    Chapter 536 relating to Specific Development Standards.
g)   Chapter 537 relating to Accessory Uses and Structures.
h)   Chapter 541 relating to Off-Street Parking and Loading.
i)    Chapter 546 relating to Residence Districts.
j)    Chapter 547 relating to Office Residence Districts.
k)   Chapter 548 relating to Commercial Districts.
l)    Chapter 549 relating to Downtown Districts.
m)  Chapter 551 relating to Overlay Districts.
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Zoning & Planning Committee.
4.   Ordinance Introduction:
Pursuant to notice, motion by Reich to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 11, Chapter 225 of the Minneapolis code of Ordinances relating the Health and Sanitation: Garbage and Refuse, for first reading and referral to the Transportation & Public Works Committee (expanding the authority of the Department of Public Works Division of Solid Waste and Recycling to provide clean-up and charge for excessive solid waste at residential properties with more than four (4) dwelling units, and non-residential properties in the City of Minneapolis).
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Transportation & Public Works Committee.
5.   Ordinance Introduction:
Pursuant to notice, motion by Palmisano to introduce the subject matter of the following ordinances amending Title 5 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Building Code, for first reading and referral to the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee (amending provisions related to wrecking and new construction of single and two-family dwellings):
a)   Chapter 87 relating to Administration and Enforcement.
b)   Chapter 93 relating to Safety Precautions: Protection of Public Property.
c)   Chapter 117 relating to Wrecking.
Action Taken: Ordinanace introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee.
6.   Ordinance Introduction:
Pursuant to notice, motion by Palmisano to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 3, Chapter 52 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Air Pollution and Environmental Protection: Erosion and Sediment Control and Drainage, for first reading and referral to the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee (amending provisions related to wrecking and new construction of single and two family dwellings).
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee.
7.   Ordinance Introduction:
Pursuant to notice, motion by Palmisano to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 23, Chapter 599 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Heritage Preservation: Heritage Preservation Regulations, for first reading and referral to the Zoning & Planning Committee (amending definitions).
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Zoning & Planning Committee.
8.   Ordinance Introduction:
Pursuant to notice, motion by Frey to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 13, Chapter 347 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances related to Licenses and Business Regulations: Tree Servicing, for first reading and referral to the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee (amending Section 347.35 regarding International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) certification).
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee.
 
New Business
1.   Notice of Intent:
Reich gives notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of the following ordinances amending Title 14 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Liquor and Beer (allowing micro distilleries to serve distilled spirits on the licensed premises):
a)   Chapter 360 relating to In General
b)   Chapter 362 relating to Liquor Licenses.
Notice Given.
2.   Notice of Intent:
A. Johnson gives notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 4, Chapter 62 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Animals and Fowl:  In General (amending existing provisions and adding new provisions related to the operations and administration of Minneapolis Animal Care and Control).
Notice Given.
3.   Ordinance Introduction (Unanimous consent required):
Motion by Palmisano to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 2, Chapter 17 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Administration:  Finance Department, for first reading and referral to the Committee of the Whole for a public hearing to be held on July 16, 2014 (revising provisions relating to the City’s audit function to clarify roles, responsibilities, and processes).
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Committee of the Whole.
 
 
Announcements
 
Adjournment
 
 
Notice: A portion of this meeting may be closed to the public pursuant to MN Statutes Section 13D.03 or 13D.05
 
Next City Council Meeting: July 18, 2014
 
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