Agenda for Regular Meeting Revision

05/07/2020 6:30 pm

Non-Legislative Business

ALL COUNCIL

  • Sympathy Dr. Joseph Johnson

HARLEE               

  • Sympathy Lois Gaitwood

OLIVER

  • Sympathy Kenyatta X. Brooks
  • Sympathy Erma V. Peterson

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*NOTE REVISION: The agenda has been revised to reflect Substitute to agenda #4795 and #4797 after these items were discussed in Committee on April 27.


Legislative Business

OLIVER

Agenda Item #4781 - Ord. 20-010
3rd & Final Reading - Passed
Authorize an Amendment in Sublease Agreement between the City and DETV Foundation, Inc.

Synopsis:  This Ordinance is being presented by City Council for Council’s review and approval. This Ordinance authorizes the execution of an amended lease agreement between the City of Wilmington and DETV Foundation, Inc. for studio space located at 2801 Lancaster Avenue in Wilmington, Delaware to provide that the City shall cover the costs of utilities related to the leased premises.


SHABAZZ (Johnson presented on behalf of Shabazz)

Agenda Item #4799 - Res. 20-022
Adopted
A Resolution Encouraging United States Congress to Vote for the COVID Community Relief Act that Provides $2 Billion of Flexible Funding for Municipalities with Populations of Less Than 500,000 to Accommodate the Financial Impacts of COVID-19 on Small Communities

Synopsis:  This Resolution is being presented by City Council for Council’s review and approval. This Resolution asks the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives to vote to pass H.R. 6467, The COVID Community Relief Act, which will provide important and flexible funding to small municipalities to address public health emergencies caused by COVID-19, to replace revenue shortfalls and to prevent further shutdown of vital sectors of the state economy, and hasten the recovery once social distancing measures are relaxed.


FREEL

Agenda Item #4795 (Rev. 1)* - Sub. 1 to Ord. 20-018
3rd & Final Reading - Passed
Establish Salaries of City Council Members for the 108th Session to be Effective as of January 4, 2022

SynopsisThis Substitute Ordinance is being presented by City Council for Council’s review and approval. Pursuant to City Charter Section 2-100 and City Council Rule 26, this Substitute Ordinance establishes increased salaries for Council Members for the 108th Council Session who will take office on January 5, 2021. The increased salaries will be effective as of January 4, 2022.

Agenda Item #4800 - Ord. 20-020
1st & 2nd Reading - Referred to F&ED
An Ordinance Authorizing the Issuance of the City's General Obligation Bond (Led Street Lighting Project), Series of 2020B-SEPRLF in Order to Provide the Funds Necessary for Capital Projects of the City of Wilmington Relating to the LED Street Lighting Project; Providing for the Sale of the Bond to the Delaware State Energy Program Revolving Loan Fund; and Authorizing Other Necessary Action

Synopsis:  This Ordinance is being presented by the Administration for Council’s review and approval. This Ordinance authorizes the issuance of a General Obligation Bond (LED Street Lighting Project), Series of 2020B-SEPRLF, in an amount not to exceed $2,120,708, which will be sold to the Delaware State Energy Program Revolving Loan Fund in order to (i) finance capital projects of the City, specifically, the replacement of 1,732 lighting fixtures owned and maintained by the City with LED lamps to provide energy savings to the City as set forth in the City’s capital budget for its Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2020; (ii) pay administrative costs relating to such capital project; and (iii) pay the costs of issuing the Bond.


GUY

Agenda Item #4797 (Rev. 1)* - Sub. 1 to Ord. 20-019
3rd & Final Reading - Passed
Amend Chapter 2 of the City Code in Order to Authorize the City Treasurer to Access the Budget Reserve Account Funds for Fiscal Year 2020 and Require Replenishment of the Budget Reserve Account Funds in the Ensuing Fiscal Year

Synopsis:  This Ordinance is being presented by the City Treasurer for Council’s review and approval. This Ordinance amends § 2-376.3(c) by extending from July 1,  2019 to June 30, 2020, the authorization for the City Treasurer to access budget reserve account funds and the requirement to replenish those funds no later than October 1, 2020.

Agenda Item #4801 - Ord. 20-021
1st & 2nd Reading - Referred to F&ED
An Ordinance Authorizing the Issuance of a Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note, Series of 2020, of the City of Wilmington in Principal Amount Not to Exceed $20,000,000; Providing for the Sale of the Note at Private Negotiated Sale; Authorizing the City's Bond Committee to Determine the Principal Amount, Interest Rate, Method of Sale, and Other Terms and Conditions of the Note; Pledging the Full Faith, Credit and Taxing Power of the City as Security for the Note; and Authorizing Other Necessary Action

Synopsis: This Ordinance is presented by the City Treasurer for Council’s consideration and approval and authorizes the City to issue its Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note in principal amount not exceeding $20,000,000 in anticipation of and secured by taxes and revenues to be received by the City during its Fiscal Year 2021 commencing on July 1, 2020 and ending on June 30, 2021.  The Note will be a general obligation of the City secured by the full faith, credit and taxing power of the City.

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