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    THE COUNCIL City of New Orleans

    JACQUELYN BRECHTEL CLARKSON ARNIE FIELKOW Councilmember At Large Councilmember At Large

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    SHELLEY S. MIDURA STACY HEAD JAMES CARTER CYNTHIA HEDGE-MORRELL CYNTHIA WILLARD-LEWIS Councilmember District "A" Councilmember District "B" Councilmember District "C" Councilmember District "D" Councilmember District "E"

    AGENDA

    Regular Meeting of the City Council

    to be held in City Hall Council Chamber on Tuesday, October 20, 2009 at 10:00 A.M.

    PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT ARNIE FIELKOW JACQUELYN BRECHTEL CLARKSON Councilmember-At-Large Councilmember-At-Large

    ROLL CALL PEGGY LEWIS

    CLERK OF COUNCIL

    INVOCATION CANTOR JOEL COLMAN

    TEMPLE SINAI

    PRESENTATION OF COLORS

    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG ARNIE FIELKOW

    COUNCILMEMBER-AT-LARGE

    NATIONAL ANTHEM CANTOR JOEL COLMAN

    REV. DR. NORWOOD THOMPSON, JR. CITY COUNCIL CHAPLAIN

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    A. ROLL CALL 1. PEGGY LEWIS, CLERK OF COUNCIL

    B. INVOCATION

    1. CANTOR JOEL COLMAN, TEMPLE SINAI

    C. PRESENTATION OF COLORS D. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG

    1. STACY HEAD, COUNCILMEMBER DISTRICT B

    E. NATIONAL ANTHEM

    1. CANTOR JOEL COLMAN

    F. COUNCIL CHAPLAIN

    1. REV. DR. NORWOOD THOMPSON, CITY COUNCIL CHAPLAIN

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    PLEASE TURN ALL CELL PHONES AND BEEPERS EITHER OFF OR ON VIBRATE IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER DURING COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.

    SPECIAL ORDERS OF BUSINESS

    A. COMMUNICATION B. FIRST ORDER MOTION

    1. NO. M-09-579 BY: COUNCILMEMBERS FIELKOW AND CLARKSON

    Brief: Suspending Rule 1 of the Rules and Regulations of the City Council to establish Tuesday, October 20, 2009 as a Regular Council Meeting day. Annotation: Submitted in Brief.

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    C. SECOND ORDER PRESENTATION LEGISLATIVE GROUPING

    1. DR. LARRY HOLLIER, DR. PETER DEBLIEUX, DR. BEN SACHS, AND NORMAN MCSWAIN

    Brief: Discussing the naming of the New Orleans Trauma Center. Annotation: TO APPEAR.

    a. MOTION

    1. NO. M-09-573 BY: COUNCILMEMBERS CLARKSON AND HEAD Brief: Commending the LSU Board of Supervisors for naming the trauma center as The Spirit of Charity Trauma Center.

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    D. THIRD ORDER PRESENTATION - LEGISLATIVE GROUPING

    1. AARON BROUSSARD, JEFFERSON PARISH PRESIDENT, JOHN YOUNG, JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCILMAN-AT-LARGE, MARCIA ST. MARTIN, DIRECTOR OF SEWERAGE AND WATER BOARD, LISA LUDWIG, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF PUMP TO THE RIVER AND JOSEPH RAULT OF PUMP TO THE RIVER. Brief: Discussing the recent progress in the U. S. Congress regarding Options 1, 2, and 2/2a and Pump to the River for New Orleans Outfall Canals. Annotation: TO APPEAR.

    a. MOTION

    1. NO. M-09-574 BY: COUNCILMEMBER CLARKSON

    Brief: Reaffirming the Councils request of April 2nd, 2009 to have Option 2a implemented.

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    CONSENT AGENDA

    A. COMMUNICATIONS

    1. FROM LISA HUDSON, DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL, CITY CIVIL

    SERVICE DEPARTMENT

    Brief: Submitting for Council approval the addition of a new job classification to the Pay Plan for the Classified Service (Hazard Mitigation Administrator)as adopted by the Civil Service Commission at its meeting of September 28, 2009. Annotation: MAY BE RECEIVED.

    2. FROM WALTER J. WILKERSON, ATTORNEY, WILKERSON & HENRY, L.L.C. ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW

    Brief: Submitting the Councils Utility Advisors Independent Accountants Report with respect to the Audit of Entergy New Orleans, Inc. Storm Costs from January 1, 2007 through March 31, 2008. (per Resolution R-09-136) Annotation: MAY BE RECEIVED.

    3. FROM KEILEN NEW ORLEANS SHRIMPMAN WILLIAMS

    Brief: Requesting to address the Council on the matter of making a proposal partnership in starting the citys only outdoor fresh seafood and vegetable market at 2100 S. Claiborne Avenue. Annotation: MAY BE RECEIVED AND REFERRED TO THE SPECIAL PROJECTS/ECONOMIC DEVELOLOPMENT COMMITTEE.

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    4. FROM JASMINE J. HARALSON, COMMUNITY OUTREACH MANAGER, NEW ORLEANS REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Brief: Requesting to appeal the Neighborhood Conservation District Committees decision of denial of the demolition of property located at 2022 N. Miro Street. Annotation: MAY BE RECEIVED. (Suggested Hearing Date Set For 11/5/09.

    5. FROM JOSEPH BREAUX

    Brief: Requesting to address the full Council regarding persecution from those in the Federal Department with deformation of character, discrimination and racial bias. Annotation: MAY BE RECEIVED AND REFERRED TO THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMITTEE.

    6. FROM GEROGE M. FRIEDMAN

    Brief: Requesting to appeal the Central Business District Historic District Landmarks Commissions decision of no action, for the retention of the leaded, beveled glass doors that deviate from the approved drawings for property located at 116 University Place. Annotation: MAY BE RECEIVED. (Suggested Hearing Date Set For 11/5/09.

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    7. FROM ARTHUR A. MORRELL, CLERK OF CRIMINAL DISTRICT COURT

    Brief: Submitting a list of polling place relocations for immediate action in preparation for the Saturday, February 6, 2010 and March 6, 2010 Municipal Elections.

    B. ORDINANCES ON FINAL PASSAGE

    2. CAL. NO. 27,679 - BY: COUNCILMEMBER HEAD

    Brief: An Ordinance to provide for the establishment of a Conditional Use to permit a hotel with variances of the maximum height, minimum open space ratio and minimum off-street parking requirements in a CBD-8 Central Business District, on Square 17, Lots A-1 and 7, in the First Municipal District, bounded by South Peters, Lafayette, Fulton and Girod Streets (Municipal Address: 612-618 South Peters Street); and otherwise to provide with respect thereto. (Zoning Docket Number 61/09)

    2. CAL. NO. 27,680 - BY: COUNCILMEMBER MIDURA

    Brief: An Ordinance to provide for the establishment of a Conditional Use to permit a college police precinct in an RM-1 Multiple-Family Residential District, on Square 2, Lots 11-A and 12 or Lots 11 and Pt. 12, in the Sixth Municipal District, bounded by Broadway, Freret, Pine and Zimple Streets (Municipal Address: 1036 Broadway Street); and otherwise to provide with respect thereto. (Zoning Docket Number 72/09)

    3. CAL. NO. 27,681 - BY: COUNCILMEMBER MIDURA

    Brief: An Ordinance to provide for the establishment of a Conditional Use to permit the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption off-premises at a retail store occupying less than 5,000 square feet of floor area in a B-2 Neighborhood Business District, on Square 28, Lot C, in the Sixth Municipal District, bounded by Nashville Avenue, Magazine, Arabella and Camp Streets (Municipal Addresses: 5723-5725 Magazine Street); and otherwise to provide with respect thereto. (Zoning Docket Number 75/09)

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    4. CAL. NO. 27,682 - BY: COUNCILMEMBER HEAD

    Brief: An Ordinance to provide for the establishment of a Conditional Use to permit an amusement place in a CBD-8 Central Business District, on Square 17, Lots A-2, in the First Municipal District, bounded by South Peters, Lafayette, Girod and Fulton Streets (Municipal Addresses: 602-610 South Peters Streets); and otherwise to provide with respect thereto. (Zoning Docket Number 78/09)

    5. CAL. NO. 27,691 - BY: COUNCILMEMBERS CARTER AND CLARKSON

    Brief: An Ordinance to effect a Zoning Change from an RS-1 Single-Family Residential District to a C-1 General Commercial District, within the UC Urban Corridor District overlay, on Lot 44-X of Section 28, T13S and Section 18, T14S, in the Fifth Municipal District, bounded by General DeGaulle Drive, Lennox Boulevard, Tullis Drive and Nolan Canal; and otherwise to provide with respect thereto. (Zoning Docket Number 70/09)

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    C. MOTIONS/RESOLUTIONS

    1. NO. M-09-558 BY: COUNCILMEMBER CARTER (BY REQUEST)

    Brief: Ratifying, confirming and approving the Mayors appointment of Troy A Carter (vice Frank Glaviano), as the nominee of The New Orleans Chamber of Commerce as a member of the Downtown Development District for a term that will expire June 30, 2012. Annotation: (Questionnaire Received. Governmental Affairs Committee recommended approval).

    2. NO. M-09-559 BY: COUNCILMEMBER HEDGE-MORRELL (BY REQUEST)

    Brief: Ratifying, confirming and approving the Mayors reappointment of Karen Henley-Raymond, as a member of the New Orleans Sewerage and Water Board for a term that will expire October 17, 2018. Annotation: (Questionnaire Received. Governmental Affairs Committee recommended approval).

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    3. NO. M-09-560 BY: COUNCILMEMBER HEDGE-MORRELL (BY REQUEST)

    Brief: Ratifying, confirming and approving the Mayors reappointment of Lois Carlos-Lawrence, as a member of the City Planning Commission for a term that will expire June 30, 2018. Annotation: (Questionnaire Received. Governmental Affairs Committee recommended approval).

    4. NO. M-09-561 BY: COUNCILMEMBER MIDURA (BY REQUEST)

    Brief: Ratifying, confirming and approving the Mayors reappointment of Peter Ricchiuti, as a member of the Revenue

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