Friday, February 8, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall -- February 11, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall – February 11 2019


Community SCALE wants you to be aware of what’s happened/what’s coming up at City Hall each week.  

Please feel free to forward this email.  If someone forwarded it to you and you want to be added to our email list, please email communityscale@gmail.com

This is only a partial listing.  Go to RaleighNC.gov to find links to latest meeting agendas and materials and also for updates on meeting cancellations.

All meetings at Raleigh Municipal Building, 222 West Hargett Street, unless otherwise noted.  


Each year, the Transit Planning Advisory Committee votes to recommend the annual Wake Transit Work Plan to both the NC Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Executive Board and the GoTriangle Board of Trustees for their approval.
 
The FY20 draft Wake Transit Work Plan builds on the services implemented in FY19 by balancing the careful use of taxpayer dollars with thoughtful transit improvements and by allocating money toward project-level studies and the next steps of major capital investments such as the commuter rail and bus rapid transit projects.
 
Want to provide comments on the work plan? You can submit your comments at GoForwardNC.org/WakeTransit. The official comment period for the plan will be open until March 3, 2019.


Saturday, 2/9

  • 10am – District E Community Meeting, Five Points Center for Active Adults, 2000 Noble Road


Monday, 2/11
  • 1pm – Board of Adjustment, agenda includes
    • A-108-18, 218 Maywood Avenue
    • A-116-18, 7601 Haymarket Lane/7725 Harps Mill Road
    • A-117-18, 7601 Haymarket Lane/7725 Harps Mill Road
    • A-2-19, 3400 Caldwell Drive
    • A-7-19, 620 North Person Street
    • A-10-19, 510 E. Edenton Street
    • A-11-19, 518 E. Edenton Street
    • A-12-19, 6601 Keystone Drive
    • A-13-19, 113 & 115 North Rogers Lane
    • A-14-19, 5119 Country Trail
    • A-15-19, 5123 Country Trail
    • A-16-19, 5600 Hillsborough Street

  • 7pm – South CAC, Sanderford Road Neighborhood Center, 2623 Sanderford Road, agenda includes
    • Z-11-18 (3513, 3511, & 3509 Garner Road) – Vote
    • Neighborhood Ecology Corps
    • RCAC Retreat Update
    • Raleigh Youth Summer Employment Program
    • Digital Connectors Program
    • Social Media Update

  • 7pm – Southwest CAC, Carolina Pines Community Center, 2305 Lake Wheeler Road, agenda includes
    • CP-4-18
    • Z-32-18, S. Saunders & S. Dawson – Vote
    • Recovery Communities of NC

  • 7pm – West CAC, Thomas G. Crowder Woodland Center, 5611 Jaguar Park Drive, agenda includes
    • New 2019 GoRaleigh bus routes in West Raleigh
    • CP-7-18, Comprehensive Plan Amendment to the Future Land Use Map
    • Comprehensive Plan Amendments for the Avent Ferry Corridor Plan
    • Open Forum for resident concerns

Tuesday, 2/12



  • 4pm – City Council Work Session, agenda includes
    • Boards and Commissions review – appointments process
    • Community Survey results

  • 4pm – RHDC Nominations Committee


  • 6pm – Fletcher Committee

  • 6pm – BPAC Bicycle Planning Committee



  • 7pm – Forestville CAC, Abbotts Creek Community Center, 9950 Durant Road, agenda includes
    • Neighborhood Improvement FUNding opportunities
    • Neighborhood Pick Three

  • 7pm – North Central CAC, Tarboro Road Community Center, 121 N. Tarboro Street, agenda includes
    • Z-3-2019
    • Bird Scooter Discussion
    • February Black History Month Program on 2/23

  • 7pm – Northwest CAC, Lake Lynn Community Center, 7921 Ray Road, agenda includes
    • FY20 Citizens Budget Survey
    • CP-4-18, 12221 Strickland
    • Project Share
    • Widow’s Son Lodge #4 hosting free community Health Fair

  • 7:30pm – Mordecai CAC, Mordecai Historic Park Visitor Center, 1101 Wake Forest Road, agenda includes
    • Infill Development Study Presentation
    • Bylaw Vote

Wednesday, 2/13
  • 7:30am – RHDC Executive Committee


  • 4pm – Growth & Natural Resources Committee, agenda includes
    • 17-05 – Subdivision of lots in infill settings
    • 17-14 – Text Change Update – Omnibus and staff ideas list

Thursday, 2/14
  • 1:30pm – BPAC Pedestrian Planning Committee



  • 6pm – BPAC Community Outreach Committee


  • 7pm – Northeast CAC, Marsh Creek Park, 3050 New Hope Road, agenda includes
    • 2nd Vice Chair position
    • Rezoning case – New Avenue & Freedom Drive
    • CAC Bylaws
    • Recovery Communities of NC

  • 7pm – Southeast CAC, Worthdale Community Center, 1001 Cooper Road, agenda includes
    • Solid Waste Services Code Compliance Update
    • Rezoning request involving the following properties:  4702, 4702, & 4710 New Bern Avenue and 901, 1001, 1005, & 1009 Freedom Drive
    • Update on promotional material purchase
    • SECAC 2019 Community Celebration update
    • RCAC Update
    • Prepare for election of SECAC officers

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Friday, February 1, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall -- February 4, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall – February 4 2019


Community SCALE wants you to be aware of what’s happened/what’s coming up at City Hall each week.  

Please feel free to forward this email.  If someone forwarded it to you and you want to be added to our email list, please email communityscale@gmail.com

This is only a partial listing.  Go to RaleighNC.gov to find links to latest meeting agendas and materials and also for updates on meeting cancellations.

All meetings at Raleigh Municipal Building, 222 West Hargett Street, unless otherwise noted.  


Each year, the Transit Planning Advisory Committee votes to recommend the annual Wake Transit Work Plan to both the NC Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Executive Board and the GoTriangle Board of Trustees for their approval.
 
The FY20 draft Wake Transit Work Plan builds on the services implemented in FY19 by balancing the careful use of taxpayer dollars with thoughtful transit improvements and by allocating money toward project-level studies and the next steps of major capital investments such as the commuter rail and bus rapid transit projects.
 
Want to provide comments on the work plan? You can submit your comments at GoForwardNC.org/WakeTransit. The official comment period for the plan will be open until March 3, 2019.


Monday, 2/4
  • 7pm – Central CAC, Top Greene Community Center, 401 Martin Luther King Boulevard, agenda includes
    • Comprehensive Plan Amendments:  Future Land Use Map Amendment & Fayetteville Street Plan Amendment
    • Z-36-18, 307,309, 311, & 313 West Martin Street
    • Z-32-18, S. Saunders Street PD

Tuesday, 2/5

  • 1pm – City Council, agenda includes
    • Z-10-17 – Freedom Drive
    • Z-30-18 – 3219 Poole Road
    • Z-10-18 – 7741, 7745, & 7751 Brier Creek Parkways
    • Multi-way stops – Falls River Avenue
    • Contract Services – Sidewalk Maintenance
    • Buffaloe Road Athletic Park – Proposed Partnership – William Peace University
    • Annual Report and Work Plan of the Fair Housing Hearing Board
    • Sierra Drive Park – Facility Naming
    • Latta House & University Site – Situation Assessment and Citizen Planning Committee
    • Stormwater regulations for small site development
    • Pilot Program Update – Complimentary Parking
    • Moore Square Station Concerns

  • 4pm – RHDC Community Awareness Committee



  • 7pm – City Council, agenda includes
    • Street Closing STC 06-2018 – Mayview Road Alley Right-of-Way
    • Street Closing STC 07-2018 – Pedestrian Alley Right-of-Way at Holt Drive & Harvey Street
    • Z-20-18 – 8308 Falls of Neuse Road
    • Comprehensive Plan Amendment CP-5-18 – Fayetteville Street Extension
    • TC-3-17 – Accessory Dwelling Unit Overlay

Wednesday, 2/6
  • 7:30am – RHDC Research Committee





Thursday, 2/7
  • 10am – CAMPO TCC



  • 4:30pm – Art, Education, and Collections Committee


  • 6pm – Parks Committee, agenda includes discussion of proposed fee adjustments


Saturday, 2/9
  • 10am – District E Community Meeting, Five Points Center for Active Adults, 2000 Noble Road

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