AGENDA
REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING
MONDAY, APRIL 15, 2019
COUNCIL CHAMBERS - 8 p.m.
FOLLOWED BY CITY COUNCIL BUDGET WORKSESSION #2
I.

Call meeting to order

II.

Pledge of allegiance

III.

Quorum

IV.

Agenda Additions/Deletions/Amendments

V.

Citizen Participation

VI.

Presentations


A.

Proclamation presented to Bowie Employee Mark Patterson

VII.

CITY BOARDS AND COMMITTEES

VIII.

Council Announcements

IX.

City Manager's Report

X.

Consent Agenda

A.

Approval of Proclamation P-3-19

Recognizing April 27, 2019 as Arbor Day in Bowie
B.

Approval of Proclamation P-4-19

Proclaiming the Month of May 2019 as National Bike Month
C.

Approval of Proclamation P-5-19

Proclaiming May 17, 2019 as Bike to Work Day in the City of Bowie
D.

Approval of Resolution R-21-19

Approving Variance Application BV-1-19, a Request by Ms. Delmy Torres Osorio for a Variance to Validate Existing Lot Coverage at 27.5% in Order to Validate the Recent Construction of a Gravel Driveway Addition of Approximately 2,400 Square Feet When, According to the Prince George’s County Zoning Ordinance, Lot Coverage in the R-R Zone Shall Not be More Than 25% at 8418 Church Lane
E.

Approval of Resolution R-23-19

Awarding a Contract for Replacement of the Reception Desks at the Bowie Senior Center and Gymnasium
F.

Approval of Resolution R-24-19

Accepting the Right-of-Way Construction Under the Permit ROW 1-18 at Marriott Hotels at Bowie Melford and Releasing the Construction Securities Required Therewith
G.

Approval of Resolution R-25-19

Allowing for the Reduction of the Performance Security Guaranteeing Construction of the Stormwater Management at Marriott Hotels at Bowie Melford
H.

Approval of Letter to Prince George's County Council

re: Prince George’s County FY 2020 Proposed Budget and Capital Improvement Program
I.

Approval of Letter to Prince George's County Council

re: M-NCPPC FY 2020 Budget
J.

Introduction of Ordinance O-3-19

Providing for the Sale and Issuance by the City of Bowie (the “City”), Upon its Full Faith and Credit, of a Single Series of Its General Obligation Bonds in the Original Aggregate Principal Amount of $25,000,000, Subject to Adjustment Upward or Downward as Provided Herein so Long as the Final Original Aggregate Principal Amount of Such Bonds Does Not Exceed $25,000,000, the Proceeds of the Sale Thereof to be Used and Applied for the Public Purpose of Financing or Reimbursing Costs of the Project Identified Herein as the New Bowie Ice Arena and Related Costs; Prescribing the Form and Tenor of the Bonds and the Terms and Conditions for the Issuance and Sale Thereof at Public Sale by Solicitation of Competitive Bids, Including the Form of the Official Notice of Sale (Subject to Modification) and Other Details Incident to the Issuance, Sale and Delivery of the Bonds; Authorizing the City Manager to Determine Certain Matters Provided for Herein in Connection With the Sale of the Bonds; Authorizing and Approving the Preparation and Distribution of a Preliminary and a Final Official Statement in Connection With the Sale of the Bonds; Providing for the Selection of a Bond Registrar and Paying Agent for the Bonds and Providing for Certain Determinations in Accordance With Such Engagement; Authorizing the Preparation, Execution and Delivery of a Continuing Disclosure Undertaking Pursuant to Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 15C2-12 and Covenanting to Provide Continuing Disclosure Relating to the Bonds; Providing for the Disbursement and Investment of the Proceeds of the Bonds; Authorizing the City to Issue and Sell General Obligation Bond Anticipation Notes and General Obligation Refunding Bonds for the Purposes Set Forth Herein and Subject to the Limitations Provided for Herein; Providing for the Imposition and Collection of Any Taxes Necessary for the Payment of Debt Service on the Bonds, Any Such Bond Anticipation Notes or Any Such Refunding Bonds (Collectively, the “Obligations”); Pledging the City’s Full Faith and Credit and Unlimited Taxing Power to Payment of Debt Service on the Obligations; Providing That Debt Service on the Obligations Also May be Paid From Any Other Sources of Revenue Lawfully Available For Such Purpose; Providing for Determinations Regarding Any Bond Anticipation Notes or Refunding Bonds to be Made by Resolution; Providing That the Provisions of this Ordinance Shall be Liberally Construed; and Generally Relating to the Sale, Issuance, Delivery and Payment of and for the Bonds and Certain Authorizations Relating to Any Bond Anticipation Notes or Refunding Bonds
XI.

Old Business

XII.

New Business

A.

South Lake (Karington) TIF - Resolution R-22-19

Staff will introduce Resolution R-22-19 for Council adoption approving substantially the final form of a Contribution Agreement and authorizing its execution. Public Hearing/Eligible for Action
XIII.

Adjournment

XIV.

Budget Worksession #2

Public Works, Water and Sewer, Water and Sewer CIP

Note:  The Ethics Commission has advised that under certain circumstances, members of the public may qualify as lobbyists when they testify before the City Council. If so, the Bowie Ethics Ordinance requires that certain information be filed with the Ethics Commission. Please review the information about lobbying that is provided with the City Clerk. If you have any questions about lobbying, please contact the Ethics Commission or the Assistant City Manager.



This meeting will be televised live on Verizon Channel 10 and Comcast Channel 71 and 996, repeated on 4/17/19 and 4/20/19 at 7 p.m., and web-streamed live
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