A glance at tonight’s New Bern’s Board of Aldermen Meeting

New Bern Board of Aldermen Meeting May 25, 2021
New Bern Board of Aldermen Meeting May 25, 2021 (Screenshot from City 3 TV)

Are you interested in what’s happening at City Hall? Some residents believe it’s their civic responsibility to attend every meeting. Others would rather watch paint dry than listen to a meeting. Meetings are open to the public and it’s a great way to find out what New Bern’s elected officials are doing by attending the meeting at 6 p.m. at West New Bern Recreation Center located at 1225 Pinetree Drive. You can also watch live on the City of New Bern’s Facebook page or watch later on City 3 TV.

The schedule:

  1. Meeting opened by Mayor Dana E. Outlaw. Prayer Coordinated by Mayor Outlaw. Pledge of Allegiance.
  2. Roll Call
  3. Request and Petition of Citizens

Consent Agenda

  1. Consider Adopting a Resolution Approving Specific Street Closures for Daytime Outdoor Dining.
  2. Approve Minutes.
  3. Conduct a Public Hearing and Consider Adopting an Amendment to Article XXI — New Bern Historic District of the City Code of Ordinances.
  4. Conduct a Public Hearing and Consider Adopting an:
  5. a) Ordinance Amending Section 15-24 of Part II — Planning and Zoning Board of the Land Use Ordinance;
  6. b) Ordinance Amending Part IV — Appearance Commission of Article III of Appendix A of the Land Use Ordinance; and c) Ordinance Amending Section 15- 419 — Historic Preservation Commission of Article XXI of Appendix A of the Land Use Ordinance.
  7. Presentation by NBAMPO on Bike Pedestrian Plan.
  8. Consider Adopting a Resolution to Initiate the Upset Bid Process for 135 Hillmont Road.
  9. Consider Adopting a Resolution Approving a Lease Agreement with the Area Day Reporting Program for Youth for 500 Fort Totten Drive.
  10. Consider Adopting a Resolution Approving a Lease Agreement with State Employees Credit Union for the ATM in the Parking Lot at 302 Craven Street.
  11. Consider Adopting a Resolution Approving a Lease Agreement with Promise Place for 408 Hancock Street.
  12. Consider Adopting a Resolution Approving a Lease Agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Greater New Bern for 920 George Street.
  13. Consider Adopting a Resolution Approving a Lease Agreement for 1602 and 1604 High Street.
  14. Discussion of Options for Gaston Boulevard/ Broad Street Properties.
  15. Appointment(s).
  16. Attorney’ s Report.
  17. City Manager’ s Report.
  18. New Business.

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By Wendy Card