HUNTINGTON CITY COUNCIL
September 25, 2017
1. Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance
2. Roll Call
3. Synopsis of Last Meeting
4. Reports of the Mayor
5. 2nd Reading of an Ordinance re: AN ORDINANCE OF COUNCIL AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE SUPREME COURT OF APPEALS OF WEST VIRGINIA REGARDING CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR THE WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT AND ADDICTION RECOVERY (W.E.A.R.) PROGRAM
Sponsored by: Councilman Alex Vence
6. 2nd Reading of an Ordinance re: AN ORDINANCE OF COUNCIL AMENDING, MODIFYING AND RE-ENACTING ARTICLE 1739 OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF HUNTINGTON, AS REVISED CONCERNING THE OFFICIAL BUILDING CODE OF THE CITY OF HUNTINGTON
Sponsored by: Councilwoman Carol Polan
7. Resolution re: A RESOLUTION OF COUNCIL AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO A LEASE AGREEMENT WITH CHILDREN’S PLACE, INC.
Sponsored by: Councilwoman Joyce Clark
8. Resolution re: A RESOLUTION OF COUNCIL CONFIRMING THE APPOINTMENT OF BOB TROCIN TO THE WATER QUALITY BOARD/HUNTINGTON SANITARY BOARD OF THE CITY OF HUNTINGTON
Sponsored by: Councilwoman Tina Brooks
9. Resolution re: A RESOLUTION OF COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HUNTINGTON SUPPORTING THE “ROADS TO PROSPERITY” INITIATIVE
The 64th annual Huntington Fire Prevention Parade is Monday, Oct. 9. Do you plan on going or want to participate? Here's everything you need to know:
PARKING: Parking will be prohibited on 4th Avenue between 7th Street and Hal Greer Boulevard from 5 p.m. until after the parade.
ROAD CLOSURES: 4th Avenue between 7th Street and Hal Greer Boulevard will be closed from 5 p.m. until after the parade.
PARADE LINEUP: Parade participants will be asked to line up beginning at 6 p.m. between 12th Street and Hal Greer Boulevard.
PARADE ROUTE: The parade will begin at 7 p.m. at 12th Street and 4th Avenue and proceed west on 4th Avenue to 8th Street.
THEME: The theme of this year's parade is “Every Second Counts: Plan Two Ways Out” as a reminder that everyone needs to have a fire escape plan in their home.
RULES: In the interest of safety, parade participants will be prohibited from throwing candy. However, a representative for each parade participant will be allowed to walk along the sides of the street and hand out candy to children.
HOW TO BECOME A PARTICIPANT: Contact Private Sam Roy at 304-654-6699 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mayor Steve Williams and members of his administration will lace up their walking shoes again on Sept. 26 as they visit the Walnut Hills neighborhood.
The walk will take place at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26. It will begin at the corner of 28th Street and Davis Street.
The walks usually last one hour to 90 minutes. City Council members develop the routes for the walks based on feedback from constituents.
Mayor Williams and members of his administration have conducted 41 neighborhood walks since the outreach initiative started in May 2015. Representatives of the Police; Fire; Public Works; Planning and Development departments; and Huntington Water Quality Board also attend the walks.
Details regarding times and dates for additional neighborhood walks this fall will be released in the near future.
The Huntington Municipal Parking Board now accepts online payments for Parking Board-issued meter violations, parking lot violations and boot fees.
Online payments are also now accepted for police-issued, non-moving violations such as having an expired registration or parking in a handicap zone. Click here to pay online or learn about other methods of payment.
Online payments for municipal and refuse fees are scheduled to become available this fall.