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Regular Meeting
Tuesday, November 28, 2000 - - 7:30 p.m.


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Present: Mayor Kerry J. Donley, Vice Mayor William C. Cleveland, Members of Council Claire M. Eberwein, William D. Euille, Redella S. Pepper, David G. Speck, and Joyce Woodson.

Absent: None.

Also Present: Mr. Sunderland, City Manager; Mr. Pessoa, City Attorney; Ms. Evans, Assistant City Manager; Mrs. Godwin, Assistant City Manager; Mr. Jinks, Assistant City Manager; Ms. Bertsch, Acting Public Information Officer; Mr. Neckel, Director of Finance; Mr. Baier, Director of Transportation and Environmental Services; Mr. Caton, Legislative Director; Ms. Whitmore, Director of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities; Ms. Davis, Director of Housing; Ms. O'Regan, Director of Human Services; Ms. Ross, Deputy Director of Planning and Zoning; Ms. Barnett, Deputy Director of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities; Ms. Fogarty, Director of Planning and Zoning; Mr. Cox, Urban Planner, Planning and Zoning; Ms. Federico, Director of Historic Alexandria; Ms. Steele, Special Projects Coordinator; Dr. Claiborn, Director of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse; Fire Chief Hawkins; Police Chief Samarra; and Lieutenant Butler, Police Department.

Recorded by: Ms. Susan K. Seagroves, Deputy City Clerk and Clerk of Council.
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City Council held a work session on the 2001 Legislative Package with the City's Delegation to the Virginia General Assembly at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Workroom.

Legislative Director Caton went through the proposed 2001 Legislative Package. Members of Council, Members of the General Assembly Delegation, the City Manager, and the City Attorney participated in the discussion of the proposed legislation.

(A copy of the agenda and materials pertaining to this work session are on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, and are incorporated herewith as part of the record.)

The work session concluded at approximately 7:30 p.m.
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OPENING

The Meeting was called to Order by Mayor Donley, and the Deputy City Clerk called the Roll; all Members of City Council were present.

The Invocation was pronounced by Councilman Speck.

3. THERE BEING NO DISCUSSION, upon motion by Vice Mayor Cleveland, seconded by Councilwoman Pepper and carried unanimously, City Council approved the Minutes for the Regular Meeting of November 14, 2000, as submitted. The voting was as follows:

Cleveland "aye" Eberwein "aye"
Pepper "aye" Euille "aye"
Donley "aye" Speck "aye"
Woodson "aye"

4. THERE BEING NO DISCUSSION, upon motion by Vice Mayor Cleveland, seconded by Councilwoman Pepper and carried unanimously, City Council received the report of the City Clerk dated November 20, 2000, which is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 4; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference. The voting was as follows:

Cleveland "aye" Eberwein "aye"
Pepper "aye" Euille "aye"
Donley "aye" Speck "aye"
Woodson "aye"

5. Presentation of Proclamation Proclaiming December 2, 2000 as Scottish Christmas Walk Day in the City of Alexandria.

(A copy of the proclamation is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 5; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

WHEREUPON, upon motion by Councilman Euille, seconded by Councilwoman Pepper and carried unanimously, City Council endorsed the proclamation. The voting was as follows:

Euille "aye" Cleveland "aye"
Pepper "aye" Eberwein "aye"

Donley "aye" Speck "aye"
Woodson "aye"

New Business Item No. 1. By Unanimous Consent, Claudia Waller, Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Scholarship Fund of Alexandria, brought City Council up to date on the activities of the Scholarship Fund and thanked Council for its support. Gwen Mullen, Executive Director of the Scholarship Fund, publically thanked Councilman Euille for his leadership in the "Remember the Titans" events and his life-long dedication to young people. On behalf of the Board of Trustees of the Scholarship Fund, she presented him with a poster of the 1971 championship team signed by many of the members and the coaches as a token of the Board's appreciation.

REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CITY MANAGER

CONSENT CALENDAR (6 - 11)

Without Objection, City Council removed docket item nos. 6 and 8 from the Consent Calendar and considered them under separate motions.

7. Uncontested Appointments to Boards, Commissions and Committees:

(a) Alexandria Community Services Board
1 Citizen Member

(b) Alexandria Early Childhood Commission
1 Member-at-Large

(c) Alexandria Park and Recreation Commission

1 Member From Among the High School Youth in the City

(Material pertaining to the above appointments is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked collectively as Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 7(a-c); 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

9. City Council Authorization of Recommended Capital Project Allocations and Planned Expenditures.

(A copy of the City Manager's memorandum dated November 20, 2000, is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 9; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

10. Receipt of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2000.

(A copy of the City Manager's memorandum dated November 20, 2000, together with the CAFR, is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked collectively as Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 10; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

11. Consideration of Grant Application to the Virginia Department of Fire Programs to Renovate a Third Training Room at the Fire Department's Burn Building.

(A copy of the City Manager's memorandum dated November 15, 2000, is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 11; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

END OF CONSENT CALENDAR

WHEREUPON, upon motion by Councilman Euille, seconded by Councilman Speck and carried unanimously, City Council approved the consent calendar as presented with the exception of docket item nos. 6 and 8 which were considered under separate motions. The City Manager's recommendations are as follows:

7. City Council (a) appointed Matthew Berg as a Citizen Member to the Alexandria Community Services Board; (b) reappointed Cynthia Maloney as a Member-at-Large to the Alexandria Early Childhood Commission; and (c) appointed Todd Knisley as a Member from among the High School Youth in the City to the Alexandria Park and Recreation Commission.

9. City Council: (1) authorized the capital project allocations and planned expenditures for the capital projects as detailed in the Capital Improvement Expenditure Summary; and (2) delegated to the City Manager, or his designee, authority to award contracts to the lowest responsible bidder for Duncan Library ceiling renovations and HVAC replacement.

10. City Council received the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for fiscal year ended June 30, 2000.

11. City Council approved the submission of this Mini-Grant application in the amount of $10,000 to the Virginia Department of Fire Programs and authorized the City Manager to execute all documents that may be required.

END OF CONSENT CALENDAR

The voting was as follows:

Euille "aye" Cleveland "aye"
Speck "aye" Eberwein "aye"
Donley "aye" Pepper "aye"
Woodson "aye"

6. Receipt of the Following Resignations From Members of Boards, Commissions and Committees:

(a) Alexandria Sanitation Authority
Henry A. Thomas

(A copy of the above resignation is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 6; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

WHEREUPON, upon motion by Councilman Speck seconded by Vice Mayor Cleveland and carried unanimously, City Council received with regret the resignation of Henry A. Thomas from the Alexandria Sanitation Authority; requested the Executive Secretary for Boards and Commissions to send a certificate and a very nice letter that recognizes Mr. Thomas' service to the Sanitation Authority and some of the other things he has done, and to advertise the vacancy in the usual manner. The voting was as follows:

Speck "aye" Eberwein "aye"
Cleveland "aye" Euille "aye"
Donley "aye" Pepper "aye"
Woodson "aye"

8. Receipt of the Monthly Financial Report for the Period Ending October 31, 2000.

(A copy of the City Manager's memorandum dated November 17, 2000, is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 8; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

In response to Councilman Speck's inquiry on real estate revenues, Assistant City Manager Jinks explained that the City has little control over the tax collection services which are hired by mortgage companies who hold the escrow accounts. The service companies are paying early, just not as early as the previous year.

Councilman Speck inquired about restaurants being late in submitting their meals tax payments. Assistant City Manager Jinks responded that the 10% penalty is a good incentive; however, the City periodically has restaurants that pay late and the City proceeds diligently to keep on top of it.

WHEREUPON, upon motion by Councilman Speck, seconded by Vice Mayor Cleveland and carried unanimously, City Council received the Monthly Financial Report for the period ending October 31, 2000. The voting was as follows:

Speck "aye" Eberwein "aye"
Cleveland "aye" Euille "aye"
Donley "aye" Pepper "aye"
Woodson "aye"

REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CITY MANAGER (continued)

12. Consideration of the Proposed City Legislative Package for the 2001 General Assembly Session. (# 11 11/18/00; #17 10/24/00)

(A copy of the City Manager's memorandum dated November 20, 2000, is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 12; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

Vice Mayor Cleveland explained that under Transportation Funding, the one thing that he has a problem with is number (3), that talked about the enhancement of regional transportation decision-making and planning and funding decisions that are in there.

Mayor Donley repeated, as he had at the work session and the public hearing, there is nothing in the legislation that remotely relates to creation of an authority or any kind of regional body that would have taxing authority regarding transportation, but actually tries to bring more decision-making on the local level.

WHEREUPON, upon motion by Councilman Speck, seconded by Councilwoman Pepper and carried unanimously, City Council adopted items 1 through 27 as the positions in the City's Legislative Package for the 2001 General Assembly Session (note that items 23 through 27 have been added since the meeting at which the package was introduced) with the following changes to those items: (1) Item 1. Notification Prior to the Sale of Historic Properties. Staff will continue to work on draft legislation, will work with interested parties from the historic preservation community, and return to Council at the December meeting, or if it is not ready then, to the Council's legislative subcommittee at a later date, with an amended proposal; (2) Item 14. Making the 3rd Violation of a Protective Order a Felony. Staff will incorporate this into the study that is called for on Item 13 that is a study of issues pertaining to protective orders; (3) Item 20. Revising Virginia's Hate Crimes Laws. Under a revised item, what will be called for is that the state's hate crimes laws be amended so that they cover crimes directed against persons because of their sexual orientation; and (4) Item 27. This item, which is to oppose any legislation that would limit the City's ability to adopt and implement a living wage ordinance, was added. The voting was as follows:

Speck "aye" Cleveland "aye"
Pepper "aye" Eberwein "aye"
Donley "aye" Euille "aye"
Woodson "aye"

13. Second Reading and Final Passage of an Ordinance to amend Section 10-105A)(3) of the Zoning Ordinance to revise the standards for approval of a certificate of appropriateness along Washington Street. (#30 11/18/00; #17 11/14/00) [ROLL-CALL VOTE]

(A copy of the proposed amendment to Sec. 10-105(A)(3)(a)(1)(v), revised November 14, 2000, is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council marked Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 13; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.

A copy of e-mails received on this item are on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council marked collectively as Exhibit No. 2 of Item No. 13; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

Councilwoman Eberwein announced that she [would] withdraw the proposed amendment to the ordinance, but not because she doesn't believe in it. It was a simple amendment that was very tightly drafted for two specific sites, and it would have given some flexibility on two very difficult, triangular sites and encouraged good architecture. The amendment respected and tried to actually implement the intent of the Task Force. She met with some members of the Task Force and they agreed with the design points. What seems to be driving [the opposition to the amendment is not] the merits or facts of the amendment [but rather] a fear of past actions by the local governing body or its committees and boards, which she finds sad. She thanked the Task Force for the time and effort spent in what was a difficult civic duty.

WHEREUPON, upon motion by Councilwoman Pepper, seconded by Councilwoman Eberwein and carried on a unanimous ROLL-CALL vote, City Council finally passed the Ordinance on its Second Reading and Final Passage. The voting was as follows:

Pepper "aye" Cleveland "aye"
Eberwein "aye" Euille "aye"
Donley "aye" Speck "aye"
Woodson "aye"

The ordinance finally passed reads as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 4175

AN ORDINANCE to amend and reordain Section 10-105 (MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED IN APPROVING CERTIFICATES AND PERMITS) under Section 10-100 (OLD AND HISTORIC ALEXANDRIA DISTRICT), of Article X (HISTORIC DISTRICTS AND BUILDINGS) of the City of Alexandria Zoning Ordinance (TA NO. 00-0009).
THE CITY COUNCIL OF ALEXANDRIA HEREBY ORDAINS:

Section 1. That Paragraph (3) of Subsection 10-105(A) of the City of Alexandria Zoning Ordinance be, and the same hereby is, amended to read as follows:

(3) Additional standards--Washington Street.

(a) In addition to the standards set forth in section 10-105(A)(2), the following standards shall apply to the construction of new buildings and structures and to the construction of additions to buildings or structures on lots fronting on both sides of Washington Street from the southern city limit line north to the northern city limit line:

(1) Construction shall be compatible with and similar to the traditional building character, particularly including mass, scale, design and style, found on Washington Street on commercial or residential buildings of historic architectural merit.

(i) Elements of design consistent with historic buildings which are found on the street shall be emphasized.

(ii) New buildings and additions to existing buildings shall not, by their style, size, location or other characteristics, detract from, overwhelm, or otherwise intrude upon historic buildings which are found on the street.

(iii) The design of new buildings and additions to existing buildings shall be complementary to historic buildings which are found on the street.

(iv) The massing of new buildings or additions to existing buildings adjacent to historic buildings which are found on the street shall closely reflect and be proportional to the massing of the adjacent historic buildings.

(v) New buildings and additions to existing buildings which are larger than historic buildings which are found on the street shall be designed to look separate and shall not give the impression of collectively being more massive than such historic buildings. This design shall be accomplished through differing historic architectural designs, facades, setbacks, roof lines and styles. Buildings should appear from the public right-of-way to have a footprint no larger than 100 feet by 80 feet. For larger projects, it is desirable that the historic pattern of mid-block alleys be preserved or replicated.

(vi) Applications for projects over 3,000 square feet, or for projects located within 66 feet of land used or zoned for residential uses, shall include a building massing study. Such study shall include all existing and proposed buildings and building additions in the six block area as follows: the block face containing the project, the block face opposite, the two adjacent block faces to the north and the two adjacent block faces to the south.

(vii) The massing and proportions of new buildings or additions to existing buildings designed in an historic style found elsewhere in along Washington Street shall be consistent with the massing and proportions of that style.

(viii) New or untried approaches to design which result in new buildings or additions to existing buildings that have no historical basis in Alexandria or that are not consistent with an historic style in scale, massing and detailing, are not appropriate.

(2) Facades of a building generally shall express the 20- to 40-foot bay width typically found on early 19th century commercial buildings characteristic of the Old and Historic Alexandria District, or the 15- to 20-foot bay width typically found on townhouses characteristic of the Old and Historic Alexandria District. Techniques to express such typical bay width shall include changes in material, articulation of the wall surfaces, changes in fenestration patterns, varying roof heights, and physical breaks, vertical as well as horizontal, within the massing.

(3) Building materials characteristic of buildings having historic architectural merit within the district shall be utilized. The texture, tone and color of such materials shall display a level of variety, quality and richness at least equal to that found abundantly in the historic setting.

(4) Construction shall reflect the traditional fenestration patterns found within the Old and Historic Alexandria District. Traditional solid-void relationships exhibited within the district's streetscapes (i.e., ratio of window and door openings to solid wall) shall be used in building facades, including first floor facades.

(5) Construction shall display a level of ornamentation, detail and use of quality materials consistent with buildings having historic architectural merit found within the district. In replicative building construction (i.e., masonry bearing wall by a veneer system), the proper thicknesses of materials shall be expressed particularly through the use of sufficient reveals around wall openings.

(b) No fewer than 45 days prior to filing an application for a certificate of appropriateness, an applicant who proposes construction which is subject to this section 10-105(A)(3), shall meet with the director to discuss the application of these standards to the proposed development; provided, that this requirement for a preapplication conference shall apply only to the construction of 10,000 or more square feet of gross building area, including but not limited to the area in any above-ground parking structure.

(c) No application for a certificate of appropriateness which is subject to this section 10-105(A)(3) shall be approved by the Old and Historic Alexandria District board of architectural review, unless it makes a written finding that the proposed construction complies with the standards in section 10-105(A)(3)(a).

(d) The director may appeal to city council a decision of the Old and Historic Alexandria District board of architectural review granting or denying an application for a certificate of appropriateness subject to this section 10-105(A)(3), which right of appeal shall be in addition to any other appeal provided by law.

(e) The standards set out in section 10-105(A)(3)(a) shall also apply in any proceedings before any other governmental or advisory board, commission or agency of the city relating to the use, development or redevelopment of land, buildings or structures within the area subject to this section 10-105(A)(3).

(f) To the extent that any other provisions of this ordinance are inconsistent with the provisions of this section 10-105(A)(3), the provisions of this section shall be controlling.

(g) The director shall adopt regulations and guidelines pertaining to the submission, review and approval or disapproval of applications subject to this section 10-105(A)(3).

(h) Any building or addition to an existing building which fails to comply with the provisions of this paragraph shall be presumed to be incompatible with the historic district and Washington Street standards, and the applicant shall have the burden of overcoming such presumption by clear and convincing evidence.

(i) The applicant for a special use permit for an increase in density above that permitted by right shall have the burden of proving that the proposed building or addition to an existing building provides clearly demonstrable benefits to the historic character of Washington Street, and, by virtue of the project = s uses, architecture and site layout and design, materially advances the pedestrian-friendly environment along Washington Street.

Section 2. That Section 10-105 of the City of Alexandria Zoning Ordinance, as amended by this ordinance, be, and the same hereby is, reordained as part of the City of Alexandria Zoning Ordinance.

Section 3. That this ordinance shall become effective upon the date and at the time of its final passage, and shall apply to all applications for land use, land development or subdivision approval provided for under the City of Alexandria Zoning Ordinance which are on such date pending before any city department, agency or board, or before city council, or on judicial review; shall apply to all such applications which may be filed after such date, and shall apply to all other facts and circumstances subject to the provisions of the City of Alexandria Zoning Ordinance, except as may be provided in Section 2 of this Ordinance and Article XII of the Zoning Ordinance.

KERRY J. DONLEY
Mayor

Introduction: 11/12/00
First Reading: 11/12/00
Publication: 11/15/00
Public Hearing: 11/18/00
Second Reading: 11/28/00
Final Passage: 11/28/00

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14. Public Hearing and Consideration of Resolution Authorizing the Acquisition of Alexandria Union Station by the City of Alexandria. (#16 11/18/00; #13 11/14/00) [ROLL-CALL VOTE]

(A copy of Councilman Speck's letter dated November 27, 2000, is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council marked Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 14; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.

A copy of the City Manager's memorandum dated November 9, 2000, is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council marked Exhibit No. 2 of Item No. 14; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.

A copy of e-mails received on this item is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council marked collectively as Exhibit No. 3 of Item No. 14; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

The following persons participated in the public hearing on this item:

Larry Grossman, 1123 Powhatan Street, spoke in support of the acquisition;

Katy Cannady, 20 East Oak Street, spoke to the prospect of a visitors center at this site and reported that last April the Rosemont Citizens Association voted to oppose building a visitors center at Union Station;

Marguerite Lang, 14 West Rosemont Avenue, stated that accepting the property is the right thing to do, but she recommended that Council hold a public hearing to ascertain the feeling of the neighborhood about having a visitors center at the Union Station site;

Alan N. Rudd, 2121 Jamieson Avenue, Unit 1801, representing the Carlyle Eisenhower Civic Association, believes that the acquisition of this site will be beneficial to the City, but prior to contracting with a consultant for a study that the qualifications of the consultant should be publicized along with the scope and cost of the effort and that be made available for public comment; and

Lois Kelso Hunt, 310 Park Road, on behalf of the Taylor Run Civic Association, reported that it voted at its annual meeting to oppose the idea for a visitors center at Union Station, and there needs to be a public hearing for people to speak to the advisability of having anything at the Union Station site.

Mayor Donley suggested a public hearing on whether to have a study. Then if Council wants to go forward with a study and having a public hearing on the study, Council could also have a work session with the City Manager to work on the scope and incorporate public input into the process of the study rather than just an objective look for a consultant. After the study was completed, Council would have a public hearing.

Councilman Speck recommended that Council have a public hearing in which Council invites the public to suggest anything that they think should be included in the study so that it is incorporated in the design study, but not to rule anything out -- range of sites, issues that we think are important, traffic considerations, shuttle systems or anything else -- and that will be incorporated into an RFP.

The City Manager will come back to Council, probably in January or February, with a recommendation, perhaps worded the way Councilman Speck talked about because it is a little bit more open-ended, and will schedule a public hearing to discuss potential sites and the scope of a tourist center so that Council can get some input.

Councilwoman Eberwein would like the scope of the study to include some [other potential] uses for the Union Station site that might be valuable to the City.

Councilwoman Pepper confirmed her understanding that the RFP will not go out before Council has had the public hearing.

WHEREUPON, upon motion by Councilman Speck, seconded by Councilwoman Pepper and carried on a unanimous ROLL-CALL vote, City Council concluded the public hearing and adopted the resolution which: (a) approved the acquisition of the Union Station property, (b) approved, in substantially final form, the contract for the acquisition, and (c) authorized the City Manager to execute the contract and any additional documents that are necessary to complete the transaction. The voting was as follows:

Speck "aye" Cleveland "aye"
Pepper "aye" Eberwein "aye"
Donley "aye" Euille "aye"
Woodson "aye"

The resolution reads as follows:
RESOLUTION NO. 1986

WHEREAS, the City of Alexandria, Virginia, desires to acquire 3.3967 acres of land, more or less, bounded by King Street, Callahan Street, Duke Street and the northwest boundary of the CSX railroad corridor, within the City of Alexandria, the said land being shown on a plat attached hereto and made part hereof, together with the Alexandria Union Station, all other improvements and fixtures on the said land, and all rights, privileges, easements, benefits and agreements appurtenant thereto (collectively, the "Property"); and

WHEREAS, the City of Alexandria is empowered by section 13.01 of its charter to acquire private property for the purpose of carrying out its powers and duties; and

WHEREAS, the City Council is of the opinion that a public necessity exists for the acquisition by the City of Alexandria of the Property for transportation, tourism and historic preservation purposes, and so finds; and

WHEREAS, the land records of the City of Alexandria indicate that the owner of the Property is Commonwealth Atlantic Land Company, a Virginia corporation; and

WHEREAS, the city attorney has negotiated a Contribution Contract, for the acquisition of the Property by the City of Alexandria (the "Contract");

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COUNCIL OF ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA:

1. That, pursuant to the provisions of section 13.01 of the Charter of the City of Alexandria, the acquisition of the Property is approved.

2. That the Contract is approved, in substantially the form presented to the Council, with such changes as may later be approved by the city manager and the city attorney.

3. That the city manager is authorized to execute, on behalf of the city, and to deliver the Contract, in substantially the form presented to the Council, with such changes as may later be approved by the city manager and the city attorney. The execution of the Contract by the city manager shall constitute conclusive evidence of his approval, and that of the city attorney, of any and all changes from the document presented to the Council. If required, the city clerk is authorized and directed to affix or to cause to be affixed the seal of the city to the Contract executed by the city manager and to attest such seal.

4. That the city manager is authorized to execute on behalf of the city such other requisite documents in connection with the settlement of the transaction contemplated by the Contract, and, if required, the city clerk is authorized and directed to affix or to cause to be affixed the seal of the city to such documents executed by the city manager and to attest such seal. Such officers or their designees are authorized to execute and deliver on behalf of the city such instruments, documents or certificates, and to do and perform such things and acts, as they shall deem necessary or appropriate to carry out the transaction authorized by this Resolution or contemplated by the Contract; and all of the foregoing, previously done or performed by such officers or agents of the city are in all respects approved, ratified and confirmed.

5. That the city is authorized to perform as required in connection with the Contract and such other requisite documents.

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15. Consideration of Requests for the Alexandria Red Cross Waterfront Festival for 2001 - 2003.

(A copy of the City Manager's memorandum dated November 20, 2000, is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council marked Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 15; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

WHEREUPON, upon motion by Councilwoman Pepper, seconded by Councilman Euille and carried unanimously, City Council: (1) approved the use of City facilities and personnel for the 20th Annual Alexandria Red Cross Waterfront Festival on June 8, 9, and 10, 2001; (2) approved the use of City facilities and personnel for the next two festivals on the second weekend in June of 2002 and 2003 based on the same framework and conditions that are approved for the 2001 festival; (3) approved extending the closing time of the festival one hour on Saturday evening; (4) disapproved the Red Cross's request to place a banner on Route 1 North and South; and (5) disapproved the Red Cross's request for a sponsor contribution to the festival. The voting was as follows:

Pepper "aye" Cleveland "aye"
Euille "aye" Eberwein "aye"
Donley "aye" Speck "aye"
Woodson "aye"

ORAL PRESENTATIONS BY MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL

(a) Councilwoman Pepper explained that she is a member of the Eisenhower Partnership Planning and Transportation Subcommittee and they have been interested in having coordinated signage up and down Eisenhower Avenue. City Council approved a one-time gift of $10,000 in fiscal year 2001 to help support this effort, but the private sector is really going to be financing this. These are directional signs that would possibly be monument signs or signs on the public right-of-way and will require a text amendment. Without Objection, this process will begin, and it will be docketed for the next legislative meeting.

(A copy of Councilwoman Pepper's memorandum dated November 27, 2000, is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council and marked Exhibit No. 1 of Oral (a); 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

(b) Councilwoman Pepper pointed out that Dr. Hawe, a veterinarian with the Alexandria Animal Hospital, died recently at age 49. He was very active in the animal welfare community and had done a great deal to see that the new shelter was put in place. He is very much going to be missed.

(c) Councilwoman Pepper congratulated Councilman Euille, who over the weekend received the Rose Award from the Tall Cedars of Lebanon, a Masonic body in Alexandria. The Rose Award is for recognition of service excellence, and Bill Euille has given so much of himself, not just the money, but the commitment to and involvement in the community.

(d) Councilwoman Woodson remarked that she had expressed an interest in September or October in talking to young people at T.C. Williams about what they want to do. She thanked Melissa Luby who arranged this for her. She spoke to a group of young people in Mr. Jolstead's band class. They were not shy with ideas, and they had terrific ideas. She has a list of 24 suggestions; one suggestion that she has followed up on has to do with a teen center called the Old Fire House in McLean which provides a lot of the things that the young people asked for. It is funded by the taxpayers in Fairfax County under a separate taxing designation. She is going to meet with them and tour the place to get some ideas and will report back to Council. She thanked the kids for sharing with her. She shared one suggestion, "The City has to show some interest to show that it's serious about doing something for teens, and they don't want any lip service."

(e) Councilwoman Woodson reported that she met with the Hotel Association last week and initiated a meeting with T.C. Williams to create an awareness of hospitality careers because the Hotel Association complained that there didn't seem to be much interest in that but yet they had not really pursued anything at the school level. They did contact the T.C. Williams principal, and they were going to be moving in that direction.

(f) Vice Mayor Cleveland was very happy to report that at the tree lighting ceremony he ran into Commander Kirk S. Lippold of the U.S.S. Cole, the ship that was savagely bombed in Yemen. Commander Cole is back in the City of Alexandria. Vice Mayor Cleveland knows him personally and he lives in his building. Vice Mayor Cleveland commended Commander Cole for what he did saved a lot more lives by closing the bulkheads; otherwise, that ship would have sunk.

(g) Councilman Speck announced an effort in Del Ray to do some fund-raising to send a burned child to the Mid-Atlantic Burn Camp. Over the next few days there will be specially marked boxes on Mt. Vernon Avenue for the deposit of aluminum cans. On Saturday, December 9, if you fill your gas tank at Yates Automotive and then get your car washed at Yates Car Wash, both of those businesses will donate a portion of their sales on that day to fund-raising for the program. On December 11, the Del Ray Civic Association, at 7:30 p.m. at the Mt. Vernon Recreation Center, will honor Pat Walker, the Code Enforcement/Fire Department liaison for Del Ray, to present to her the proceeds collected in recognition of her contributions as well as raising money for the Mid-Atlantic Burn Camp. Councilman Speck will have copies of the flyer distributed to Council.

(A copy of the flyer is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked Exhibit No. 1 of Oral (g); 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)


(h) Councilman Speck requested an update on the King Street underpass.

The City Manager reported that they have an estimate of the costs of doing the painting, have transmitted those costs to CSX and are waiting for some reply. If the response comes back as it has in the past, then it is up to the Congressional level. Councilman Speck inquired if it is lead-based paint, what level of a health problem does that pose for people either walking or driving routinely under it and can that issue create a greater level of urgency for resolving this?

T&ES Director Baier responded that the biggest issue for lead-based paint is its becoming friable and being ingested. T&ES and the Health Department have looked at the peeling there and it is not of concern because it is not friable.

New Business Item No. 2. City Manager Sunderland introduced the new Planning and Zoning Director Eileen Fogarty and welcomed her to the City.

ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

16. Consideration of a Resolution Providing Local Governing Body Approval of ARHA Issuance of Tax-Exempt Bonds to Finance the Acquisition and Rehabilitation of Potomac West Apartments in Alexandria. [ROLL-CALL VOTE]

(A copy of the City Manager's memorandum dated November 21, 2000, is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council marked Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 16; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.

A copy of the City Manager's memorandum, with supplemental information, dated November 21, 2000, is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council marked Exhibit No. 2 of Item No. 16; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

WHEREUPON, upon motion by Councilwoman Pepper, seconded by Vice Mayor Cleveland and carried on a unanimous ROLL-CALL vote, City Council: (1) adopted the resolution approving the issuance, by the Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority (ARHA), of up to $4.5 million in multifamily revenue bonds to PW Alexandria Limited Partnership for the acquisition and rehabilitation of Potomac West Apartments, a rental complex in Alexandria; and (2) authorized the Clerk of the Council to complete the proposed Certificate of Resolution. The voting was as follows:

Pepper "aye" Eberwein "aye"
Cleveland "aye" Euille "aye"
Donley "aye" Speck "aye"
Woodson "aye"

The resolution reads as follows:
RESOLUTION NO. 1987

WHEREAS, PW Alexandria Limited Partnership, a Virginia limited partnership (the " Borrower"), has requested the Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority (the "Authority"), to finance the acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation and equipping of a 60-unit multi-family residential rental project (the "Project"), known as Potomac West Apartments, located at the intersection of Reed and Mount Vernon Avenues in the City of Alexandria, Virginia, through the issuance of its revenue bonds in an amount not to exceed $4,500,000 (the "Bonds"); and

WHEREAS, the Project will be occupied by persons of low- and moderate-income, and will be owned and operated by the Borrower, and constitutes a project for residential rental property meeting the requirements of Section 142 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the "Internal Revenue Code"), and of the Virginia Housing Authorities Law; and

WHEREAS, the Authority has held a public hearing on the issuance of the Bonds on November 27, 2000, in accordance with Section 15.2-4906 of the Code of Virginia of 1950, as amended (the "Virginia Code"), and in accordance with Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code; and

WHEREAS, the Authority has requested the City Council of the City of Alexandria, Virginia (the "City Council"), to approve the issuance of the Bonds to comply with Section 15.2-4906 of the Virginia Code and Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code; and

WHEREAS, a copy of the Authority's November 27, 2000, resolution approving the issuance of the Bonds, a fiscal impact statement and a reasonably detailed summary of the comments made at the November 27, 2000, public hearing have been presented to the City Council;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COUNCIL OF ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA:

1. The City Council hereby approves the issuance of the Bonds by the Authority for the benefit of the Borrower, to the extent required by Section 15.2-4906 of the Virginia Code and to the extent required under Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code.

2. Approval of the issuance of the Bonds, as required by Section 15.2-4906 of the Act and Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code, does not constitute an endorsement of the Bonds or the creditworthiness of the Borrower. Pursuant to the Act, the Bonds shall provide that neither the City of Alexandria, Virginia, nor the Authority shall be obligated to pay the principal and the premium, if any, of the Bonds or the interest thereon or other costs incident thereto except from the revenues and moneys pledged therefor, and that neither the faith or credit nor the taxing power of the Commonwealth of Virginia, the City of Alexandria, Virginia, or the Authority shall be pledged thereto.

3. This resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption.

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OTHER

17. Consideration of City Council Schedule.

(A copy of the City Manager's memorandum dated November 20, 2000, is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council marked Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 17; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

WHEREUPON, upon motion by Councilwoman Pepper, seconded by Vice Mayor Cleveland and carried unanimously, City Council accepted the offer of Sister Cities Co-Chair Beatley to move the reception for the Dundee Lord Provost to Saturday afternoon and as many Council Members as can be there will be. Boards and Commissions Executive Secretary Boyd will e-mail Council with the particulars; scheduled a work session with Congressman James Moran at 6:00 p.m. before Council's regular meeting on Tuesday, February 13, in the Council Workroom to discuss issues of interest to the City in the upcoming congressional session. The proposed 2001 work session date and time is Tuesday, February 13, at 6:00 p.m. before Council's regular legislative meeting. Assistant City Manager Evans reminded Council that the results of the citizen survey of library services community meeting is being held by the Library Board on December 4, at 7:00 p.m. at the Beatley Library, and that the budget schedule will be circulated to Council at the next legislative meeting. The voting was as follows:

Pepper "aye" Eberwein "aye"
Cleveland "aye" Euille "aye"
Donley "aye" Speck "aye"
Woodson "aye"

18. SPECIAL USE PERMIT #2000-0110 -- 1605-1611 MT VERNON AVENUE -- ALEXANDRIA TOYOTA (Car lot site) -- Consideration of Motion to Amend Special Use Permit #2000-0110 to Change the Name of the Applicant to Conform to the Applicant on the Hyundai Dealership Site. (Councilman Speck)

(A copy of the City Manager's memorandum dated November 21, 2000, is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council marked Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 18; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

Councilwoman Woodson stated for the record that she would be abstaining on this vote because she did not support it the first time; she doesn't want to vote no because it's ridiculous, so she will simply abstain.

WHEREUPON, upon motion by Councilman Speck, seconded by Vice Mayor Cleveland and carried on a vote of 6-to-0-to-1, City Council docketed the matter for public hearing and consideration at the December 16, 2000 public hearing. The voting was as follows:

Speck "aye" Eberwein "aye"
Cleveland "aye" Euille "aye"
Donley "aye" Pepper "aye"
Woodson "abstain"


CONTESTED APPOINTMENTS

19. Alexandria Ad Hoc Carlyle/Patent and Trademark Office Livability Task Force
1 Representative From A Civic Association, Homeowner 's Association or
Condominium Association

(The following persons were recommended for appointment to the above Task Force:)

NAME ENDORSED BY:

William Harvey Carlyle Towers Condominium
Unit Owners Association

Marylou Whelan Upper King Street Neighborhood
Civic Association
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(Material pertaining to the above appointment is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked collectively as Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 19; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

Whereupon, ballots were distributed, tellers were appointed and the ballots tallied with the following result: City Council appointed William Harvey as a Representative from a Civic Association, Homeowner's Association or Condominium Association to the Alexandria Ad Hoc Carlyle/Patent and Trademark Office Livability Task Force. The voting was as follows:

Donley - Harvey
Cleveland - Harvey
Eberwein - Harvey
Euille - Harvey
Pepper - Harvey
Speck - Harvey
Woodson - Harvey
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20. Alexandria-Gyumri Sister City Committee
1 Citizen Member

(The following persons volunteered for appointment to the above Committee:)

NAME ENDORSED BY:

George McDermott, Jr.

Amy Wilson
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(Material pertaining to the above appointment is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked collectively as Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 20; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

Whereupon, ballots were distributed, tellers were appointed and the ballots tallied with the following result: City Council appointed Amy Wilson as a Citizen Member to the Alexandria-Gyumri Sister City Committee. The voting was as follows:

Donley - Wilson
Cleveland - Wilson
Eberwein - Wilson
Euille - Wilson
Pepper - McDermott
Speck - McDermott
Woodson - McDermott
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21. Alexandria Commission for the Arts
1 Member Who Represents the Public-at-Large, As An Arts
Consumer and Participant

1 Member Who Has Expertise in the Arts, Either As A Practitioner of Various Art Disciplines or As A Professional Administrator Working in the Field

(The following persons volunteered or were recommended for appointment to the above Commission:)

NAME ENDORSED BY:

1 Member Who Represents the Public-at-
Large, As An Arts Consumer and Participant

George Chadwick, III* Steven E. Shulman, Chair
Alexandria Commission for the Arts

Norbert Kockler

1 Member Who Has Expertise in the Arts, Either
as a Practitioner of Various Art Disciplines or as a
Professional Administrator Working in the Field

Sharon Ksander

Leon Scioscia* Steven E. Shulman, Chair
Alexandria Commission for the Arts

*Incumbent
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(Material pertaining to the above appointments is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked collectively as Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 21; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

Whereupon, ballots were distributed, tellers were appointed and the ballots tallied with the following results: City Council reappointed George Chadwick, III, as a Member Who Represents the Public-at-Large, as an Arts Consumer and Participant, and Leon Scioscia as a Member Who Has Expertise in the Arts, Either as a Practitioner of Various Art Disciplines or as a Professional Administrator Working in the Field to the Alexandria Commission for the Arts. The voting was as follows:

Donley - Chadwick, Scioscia
Cleveland - Chadwick, Scioscia
Eberwein - Chadwick, Scioscia
Euille - Chadwick, Scioscia
Pepper - Chadwick, Scioscia
Speck - Chadwick, Scioscia
Woodson - Chadwick, Ksander
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22. Alexandria Commission on Information Technology
3 Citizens-at-Large

(The following persons volunteered for appointment to the above Commission:)

NAME ENDORSED BY:

Jennifer Beiro-Reveille

John Brennan

Michael Dyke*

Wayne Ebenfeld

Sarah Haut

Paul Hyland

Mary Jo Johnson

Karl Pena

James Ruggieri

Jeffrey Zack*

*Incumbent
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(Material pertaining to the above appointments is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked collectively as Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 22; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

Whereupon, ballots were distributed, tellers were appointed and the ballots tallied with the following results: City Council reappointed Michael Dyke and Jeffrey Zack and appointed Mary Jo Johnson as Citizen-at-Large Members to the Alexandria Commission on Information Technology. The voting was as follows:

Donley - Dyke, Johnson, Zack
Cleveland - Dyke, Johnson, Zack
Eberwein - Dyke, Johnson, Zack
Euille - Beiro-Reveille, Dyke, Zack
Pepper - Dyke, Johnson, Zack
Speck - Dyke, Johnson, Zack
Woodson - Dyke, Pena, Zack
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23. Alexandria Environmental Policy Commission
1 Lawyer With Experience in Federal or State Environmental Statutes,
Regulations and Procedures

(The following persons volunteered for appointment to the above Commission:)

NAME ENDORSED BY:

Rebecca Ellis

C. Russell Shearer

Thomas Tyler*

*Incumbent
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(Material pertaining to the above appointment is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked collectively as Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 23; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

Whereupon, ballots were distributed, tellers were appointed and the ballots tallied with the following result: City Council reappointed Thomas Tyler as a Lawyer with Experience in Federal or State Environmental Statutes, Regulations and Procedures to the Alexandria Environmental Policy Commission. The voting was as follows:

Donley - Tyler
Cleveland - Tyler
Eberwein - Tyler
Euille - Tyler
Pepper - Tyler
Speck - Ellis
Woodson - Ellis
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24. Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority Board of Commissioners
2 Citizen Members

(The following persons volunteered or were recommended for appointment to the above Board:)

NAME ENDORSED BY:

Susan Brita The Old Town Civic Association
Sarita and Charles Schotta
See Neighbors for Brita petition
North Old Town Independent Citizens

A. Melvin Miller

Arthur Mosley

Ruby Tucker*

Curtis Wagner*

Charles Wilson

Amy Yeung

*Incumbent
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(Material pertaining to the above appointments is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked collectively as Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 24; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

Whereupon, ballots were distributed, tellers were appointed and the ballots tallied with the following results: City Council reappointed Ruby Tucker and appointed A. Melvin Miller as Citizen Members to the Alexandria Redevelopment & Housing Authority Board of Commissioners. The voting was as follows:

Donley - Tucker, Wagner
Cleveland - Miller, Wilson
Eberwein - Miller, Tucker
Euille - Miller, Tucker
Pepper - Tucker, Wagner
Speck - Tucker, Wagner
Woodson - Miller, Wilson
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25. Alexandria Sister Cities Committee
5 Citizen Members

(The following persons volunteered for appointment to the above Committee:)

NAME ENDORSED BY:

Valda Anderson*

Chris Beatley*

Susan Brooks*

Frederica Dunn*

Jacqueline Manley*

Barbara Rostosky Brygider

*Incumbent
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(Material pertaining to the above appointments is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked collectively as Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 25; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

Whereupon, ballots were distributed, tellers were appointed and the ballots tallied with the following results: City Council reappointed Valda Anderson, Chris Beatley, Susan Brooks, Frederica Dunn and Jacqueline Manley as Citizen Members to the Alexandria Sister Cities Committee. The voting was as follows:

Donley - Anderson, Beatley, Brooks, Dunn, Manley
Cleveland - Anderson, Beatley, Brooks, Dunn, Manley
Eberwein - Anderson, Beatley, Brooks, Dunn, Manley
Euille - Beatley, Brooks, Dunn, Manley, Brygider
Pepper - Anderson, Beatley, Brooks, Dunn, Manley
Speck - Anderson, Beatley, Brooks, Dunn, Manley
Woodson - Anderson, Beatley, Dunn, Manley, Brygider
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26. Alexandria Youth Policy Commission
1 Citizen 18 Years of Age or Younger

(The following persons volunteered or were recommended for appointment to the above Commission:)

NAME ENDORSED BY:

Sean Faeth Ginny Johnstone, Citizen Member
Youth Policy Commission

Patrice Green*

Brian Shearer

*Incumbent
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(Material pertaining to the above appointment is on file in the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of Council, marked collectively as Exhibit No. 1 of Item No. 26; 11/28/00, and is incorporated herewith as part of this record by reference.)

Whereupon, ballots were distributed, tellers were appointed and the ballots tallied with the following result: City Council reappointed Patrice Green as a Citizen 18 Years or Younger to the Alexandria Youth Policy Commission. The voting was as follows:

Donley - Green
Cleveland - Green
Eberwein - Green
Euille - Green
Pepper - Green
Speck - Green
Woodson - Green
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EXECUTIVE SESSION

27. Consideration of Convening of an Executive Session to Consult with Legal Counsel Pertaining to Pending Litigation that Involves the City of Alexandria, Pursuant to Virginia Code 2.1-344(A)(7).

WHEREUPON, upon motion by Councilwoman Woodson, seconded by Vice Mayor Cleveland and carried unanimously, at 9:30 p.m., City Council convened in executive session at this time, pursuant to Section 2.1-344(A)(7) of the Code of Virginia, for the purpose of consulting with legal counsel concerning a lawsuit pending before the Circuit Court of the City of Alexandria, styled GGP Ivenhoe II, Inc. v. City Council of the City of Alexandria. The voting was as follows:

Woodson "aye" Eberwein "aye"
Cleveland "aye" Euille "aye"
Donley "aye" Pepper "aye"
Speck "aye"

THEREUPON, upon motion by Vice Mayor Cleveland, seconded by Councilwoman Eberwein and carried unanimously, at 9:45 p.m., City Council reconvened the meeting. The voting was as follows:

Cleveland "aye" Euille "aye"
Eberwein "aye" Pepper "aye"
Donley "aye" Speck "aye"
Woodson "aye"

WHEREUPON, upon motion by Councilwoman Woodson, seconded by Vice Mayor Cleveland and carried on a unanimous ROLL-CALL vote, City Council adopted the resolution pertaining to the executive session. The voting was as follows:

Woodson "aye" Eberwein "aye"
Cleveland "aye" Euille "aye"
Donley "aye" Pepper "aye"
Speck "aye"

The resolution reads as follows:
RESOLUTION NO. 1988

WHEREAS, on the 28th day of November 2000, the Alexandria City Council did recess into executive session pursuant to a motion made and adopted in accordance with the Virginia Freedom of Information Act; and

WHEREAS, Section 2.1-344.1 of the Code of Virginia requires a certification by City Council that such executive session was conducted in accordance with Virginia law;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that city council does hereby certify that, to the best of each member's knowledge, only public business matters that were identified in the motion by which the executive session was convened, and that are lawfully exempted by the Freedom of Information Act from the Act's open meeting requirements, were heard, discussed or considered by council during the executive session.

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THEREUPON, upon motion by Councilman Euille, seconded by Vice Mayor Cleveland and carried unanimously, City Council authorized the settlement along the lines discussed in the executive session. The voting was as follows:

Euille "aye" Eberwein "aye"
Cleveland "aye" Pepper "aye"
Donley "aye" Speck "aye"
Woodson "aye"
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THERE BEING NO FURTHER BUSINESS TO BE CONSIDERED, upon motion by Councilwoman Woodson, seconded by Vice Mayor Cleveland and carried unanimously, at 9:45 p.m., the Regular Meeting of November 28, 2000, was adjourned. The voting was as follows:

Woodson "aye" Eberwein "aye"
Cleveland "aye" Euille "aye"
Donley "aye" Pepper "aye"
Speck "aye"
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APPROVED BY:



___________________________________
KERRY J. DONLEY MAYOR

ATTEST:


_______________________________
Susan K. Seagroves, Deputy City Clerk


This docket is subject to change.

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THE CABLECAST SCHEDULE OF GOVERNMENT MEETINGS ON CHANNEL 11 FOLLOWS:


As of 11/20/2000

CABLECAST SCHEDULE OF GOVERNMENT MEETINGS

ON

CHANNEL 11

NOVEMBER 2000

  • November 22, Board of Architectural Review - Parker-Gray District, 7:30 p.m. - Live
  • November 28, City Council Meeting, 7:30 p.m. - Live
  • November 29, City Council Meeting, 6:00 p.m. - Replay of the November 28 Meeting

    This Schedule is Subject to Change