The Valdosta City Council plans to sue big pharma over opioid addiction. The Thursday agenda also includes two rezonings (one withdrawn), and two water trail resolutions: one for the Alapaha River and one for the Withlacoochee and Little Rivers. For the rezonings, see the LAKE videos of the preceding Planning Commission meeting.
REGULAR MEETING OF THE VALDOSTA CITY COUNCIL
5:30 PM Thursday, April 5, 2018
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL
- Opening Ceremonies
- Minutes Approval
- Public Hearings
- Consideration of an Ordinance for a Conditional Use Permit for expansion of a Church facility in a Single-Family Residential (R-6) Zoning as
requested by Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church (CUP-2018-02). The property is located at 505 East Force Street. The Greater Lowndes Planning Commission reviewed this at their March Regular Meeting and recommended approval with two conditions (7-0 Vote).
- Consideration of an Ordinance to rezone 0.88 acres from Single-Family Residential (R15) to Multi-Family Residential (R-M) Zoning as requested by Phelps Associated Construction and Engineering (PACE) [File No. VA-2018-05]. The property is located at 2206 North Oak Street. The Greater Lowndes Planning Commission reviewed the request at their March Regular Meeting and recommended denial (6-1 Vote). The applicant has withdrawn the request.
- Ordinances and Resolutions
- Consideration of a Resolution of Support in declaring Opioid addiction a nuisance in the City of Valdosta and approving a Retention Agreement for Opioid Litigation.
- Consideration of a Resolution of Support for the Withlacoochee River and Little River Water Trail.
- Consideration of a Resolution of Support for the Alapaha River Water Trail.
- Local Funding and Requests
- Citizens to be Heard
- City Manager’s Report
- Council Comments
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