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Agenda, Clemson City Council
September 21, 2020
Council Chamber, Clemson City Hall
6:30 p.m. Call to Order
Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance – Mayor Cook
Public Session – (Dial 653-9886 and follow the instructions)
Approval of Minutes – September 8, 2020
a. Discuss an amendment to the City Code of Ordinances for Prohibition of New Private Streets – Planning & Codes Director Todd Steadman.
b. Discuss accepting paved roads in Village Walk subdivision as City streets – City Administrator Andy Blondeau.
c. Discuss any changes necessary for the Gameday Parking Program and the Emergency Order to suspend the Open Container law in response to the first home football game – City Administrator Andy Blondeau.
d. Discuss waiving the first $500 of hospitality tax, hospitality fee and accommodations tax to support businesses – Mayor Cook.
e. Staff Reports
Policy/Action Agenda (Public Comments Dial 653-9886 and follow the instructions)
a. Consider 2nd Reading of an Ordinance of a Moratorium to allow time for Council to discuss and adopt the growth management strategies recommended by the consultant working with the Moratorium Steering Committee – City Administrator Andy Blondeau.
b. Consider an Ordinance for necessary changes from the suspension of Open Container law discussion – City Administrator Andy Blondeau.
c. Consider an Ordinance for necessary changes from the Gameday Parking Program discussion – City Administrator Andy Blondeau.
d. Consider an Emergency Ordinance to assist local businesses by providing hospitality tax, hospitality fee and accommodations tax relief by waiving the first $500 – Mayor Cook.
Other Policy Items:
a. Consider approval to purchase 3 diesel buses for Clemson Area Transit – CAT Director Sammy Grant.
b. Consider a Contractual Agreement between Clemson University and the City of Clemson for CAT transportation services in fiscal year 2020-2021 – City Administrator Andy Blondeau.
Mayor-Council reports/comments/new business