City of Atlanta
Georgia

Ordinance
16-O-1430
Adopted Substitute as Amended
Jun 5, 2017 1:00 PM

AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER KWANZA HALL AS
SUBSTITUTED BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND
FURTHER SUBSTITUTED BY THE ATLANTA CITY COUNCIL
TO REQUEST THE
ISSUANCE BY THE DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF
THE CITY OF ATLANTA (THE "AUTHORITY") OF ITS PROPERTY
ASSESSED CLEAN ENERGY TAXABLE REVENUE BONDS (THE
"PACE BONDS"), IN SEPARATE DRAW-DOWN SERIES, IN THE
AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED
$500,000,000 TO ASSIST THE AUTHORITY IN THE PROVISION OF
CERTAIN SERVICES TO THE CITY OF ATLANTA (THE "CITY")
INCLUDING (I) THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CLEAN ENERGY
ATLANTA PACE PROGRAM DIRECTLY OR WITH THE ASSISTANCE
OF A PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR, (II) FACILITATING THE
FINANCING OR REFINANCING OF THE COSTS OF CERTAIN
ELIGffiLE IMPROVEMENTS WHICH FURTHER THE PURPOSES OF
THE PROGRAM AND (Ill) MONITORING AND PERIODIC
REPORTING ON THE ATTAINMENT OF THE PROGRAM GOALS,
AND TO PAY THE COSTS OF ISSUING SUCH PACE BONDS; TO
AUTHORIZE THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE, DELIVER AND PERFORM
AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL PACE ASSESSMENT AGREEMENT
BETWEEN THE AUTHORITY AND THE CITY OF ATLANTA; TO
AUTHORIZE THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO A BOND PURCHASE
AND DRAW-DOWN AGREEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE
OF THE PACE BONDS; TO AUTHORIZE ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF
SERVICE AND THE FILING OF AN ANSWER ON BEHALF OF THE
CITY IN VALIDATION PROCEEDINGS TO BE BROUGHT IN
VALIDATING THE PACE BONDS; TO AUTHORIZE CERTAIN
RELATED ACTIONS ALL IN CONNECTION WITH THE ISSUANCE OF
THE PACE BONDS; TO AUTHORIZE THE AMENDMENT TO THE
ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR A NEW
ARTICLE IV (PROPERTY ASSESSED CLEAN ENERGY
ASSESSMENTS) AS PART OF CHAPTER 134 (SPECIAL
ASSESSMENTS); AND FOR OTHER RELATED PURPOSES.

Information

Department:Office of the Municipal ClerkSponsors:Councilmember, District 2 Kwanza Hall
Category:Personal Paper

Item Discussion

(A Public Hearing was held on 9/28/16.)

Body

WHEREAS, the City has adopted a Climate Action Plan, pursuant to Resolution No. 15- R-4042, which provides a comprehensive plan for climate change mitigation through reducing

the City's carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions 20% by 2020 and 40% by 2030, along with pledging to reduce energy and water use in commercial and residential buildings 20% by 2020 and 40% by 2030, using a 2009 baseline; and

 

WHEREAS, pursuant to Ordinance No. 12-0-1615   and Ordinance No. 6-0-1430 (collectively, the "PACE Powers Ordinance"), the City amended Part I, Subpart A, Article 1, Section 1-102 of the Charter of the City of Atlanta, Georgia, 1996 Ga. Laws P. 4469, et seq., (the "Charter"), to include the power to establish one or more special districts within which owners of certain properties, as further described in Charter Section 1-102(c)(61) ("Property Owners"), may voluntarily consent to the installation of energy and water conservation improvements and to the imposition of a fee, tax or assessment which may be assigned through contract with the City's development authority or downtown development authority in order to provide financing for the installation or modification of improvements that reduce energy or water consumption or produce energy from renewable resources; and

 

WHEREAS, the Authority has been created pursuant to the provisions of an act of the

General Assembly of the State of Georgia known as the "Downtown Development Authorities Law" (O.C.G.A. 36-42-1, et seq., as amended) (the "Act"), and an activating ordinance of the City Council of the City adopted on March 2, 1982 and approved by the Mayor of the City on March  9, 1982; the Authority has been activated as required by the terms of the Act, and its directors have been appointed as provided therein and are currently acting in that capacity; and

 

WHEREAS, the Authority has been created to develop and promote for the public good and general welfare, trade, commerce, industry and employment opportunities in the City and to promote the general welfare of the State of Georgia; and

 

WHEREAS, Article IX, Section II, Paragraph VI of the 1983 Constitution of the State of Georgia, as amended (the "Constitution"), provides that "special districts may be created for the provision of local government services within such districts; and fees, assessments, and taxes may be levied and collected within such districts to pay, wholly or partially, the costs of providing such services therein and to construct and maintain facilities therefor;" and

 

WHEREAS, Article IX, Section II, Paragraph VI of the Constitution further authorizes municipalities to create such special districts by ordinance or resolution, provided that such ordinance or resolution does not supersede any general law and, pursuant to such authority, the City Council of the City adopted Resolution No. 12-R-1617 on November 19, 2012, approved by operation of law on November 28, 2012 (the "PACE District Resolution"), which created the "Atlanta Property Assessed Clean Energy District - No. 1 (Central Business District)" (the "District") for the provision of certain local government services therein, including providing commercial  property  owners  with capital  for energy efficiency,  water  conservation,  and renewable energy improvements in order to conserve water and reduce the carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions in the City; and

 

WHEREAS, pursuant to Ga. Laws 2013, p. 746, the Act was amended to expand the area within the City in which the Authority may provide for the implementation of energy and water conservation projects authorized by O.C.G.A. §36-42-3(6)(B) to an area consisting of the entire territorial boundaries of the municipal corporation; and

 

WHEREAS, pursuant to 2017 H.B. 428, the Act was amended to expressly authorize the levy and collection of Assessments upon (i) execution  of  Assessment  Contracts, (ii) administrative acknowledgement  of the Assessment  Contract and (iii) the recording of the Assessment Contract in the real property records; and

             

WHEREAS, the City desires to redesignate the District and its authorized area of operation to extend to the entire territorial boundaries of the City located in Fulton and DeKalb counties and to rename the District the "Atlanta Property Assessed Clean Energy District- No. 1";and

 

WHEREAS, the PACE Powers  Ordinance   also, among other things, permits  the

imposition of fees, taxes and assessments on consenting Property Owners in the City (including portions in both Fulton and DeKalb Counties) and the imposition and enforcement of liens for unpaid assessments on a co-equal, parity basis with other municipal taxes; and

 

WHEREAS, the PACE Powers Ordinance authorized the Law Department and the Department of Finance to establish procedures which may be necessary for the implementation of Charter Section 1-1 02(c)(61); and

 

WHEREAS, the PACE District Resolution authorized the Law Department and the Mayor's  Office of Sustainability, along with the Authority to develop proposed Program guidelines; and

 

WHEREAS, Article IX, Section III, Paragraph I(a) of the Constitution authorizes any county, municipality or other political subdivision of the State to contract for  any period not exceeding 50 years with each other or with any other public agency, public corporation or public authority for joint services, for the provision of services, or for  the joint or separate use of facilities or equipment, but such contracts must deal with activities, services or facilities which the contracting parties are authorized by law to undertake or provide; and

 

WHEREAS, the Act expressly authorizes the Authority to issue its revenue bonds, notes or other obligations for the purpose of paying or loaning the proceeds thereof to pay all or any part of the cost of any "project" authorized by the Act which includes the provision of financing to Property Owners located within the area of operation of the Authority for the purpose of installing or modifying real property improvements to reduce energy or water consumption or produce energy from renewable resources; and

 

WHEREAS, the City is authorized by law, including its Charter, to undertake the implementation of the Program which it has declared to be a local government service, and the Authority is authorized by law, including the Act, to undertake the implementation of the Program; and

 

WHEREAS, the City proposes to enter into  an Intergovernmental PACE Assessment Agreement with the Authority (the "Intergovernmental Assessment Agreement") to induce the Authority to provide certain services including (i) the implementation of the Clean Energy Atlanta  PACE  Program  (the  "Program") directly  or  with the assistance  of a program administrator,  (ii)  facilitating  financing  or  refinancing  of  the  costs  of  certain  eligible improvements (the "Eligible Improvements") which further the purposes of the Program and (iii) monitoring and periodic reporting on the attainment of the Program goals; and

 

WHEREAS, the City has determined to roll-out the Program in phases, starting with

commercial properties and expanding it to include residential properties only after the Authority has reviewed and approved policies designed to protect residential consumers of the Program ("Consumer Protection  Policies"), which shall be subject to City Council approval, and examined and adjusted, as required, the Program and the PACE Program Guidelines (herein defined) to comply with all federal guidance and best-practices for residential PACE programs; and

WHEREAS, the Act empowers the Authority to issue and validate its revenue  obligations, in accordance with the applicable provisions of the Revenue Bond Law of the State of Georgia (O.C.G.A. 36-82-60, et seq.) (the "Revenue Bond Law"), as heretofore and hereafter amended, for the purpose of financing or refinancing, among other things, the development, construction and installation of any "project" (as defined in the Act) in furtherance of the public purpose for which it was created; and

 

WHEREAS, the City desires that the Authority issue the PACE Bonds, in separate draw­ down series, in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $500,000,000, in order to assist the Authority in the provision of certain services including (i) the implementation of the Program, (ii) facilitating financing or refinancing of the costs of certain Eligible Improvements and (iii) monitoring and periodic reporting on the attainment of the Program goals; and

 

WHEREAS,  the PACE Bonds shall constitute special limited obligations of the Authority, limited to payments it receives from the City under the Intergovernmental Assessment Agreement, which are  derived  from amounts paid by eligible Property Owners voluntarily entering into individual assessment contracts (the "Assessment Contracts") between a property owner and the Authority; and

 

WHEREAS, each Property Owner entering into an Assessment Contract has agreed to the imposition by the City of a non-ad valorem property assessment to be levied upon such property for a 5, 10, 15 or 20 year term, in an agreed upon amount equal to the cost of Eligible Improvements being financed and installed on the property, plus certain administrative, financing and collection costs associated therewith ("Assessments"); and

 

WHEREAS, the PACE Bonds will be issued under and pursuant to the terms of a Trust Indenture (the "Indenture") between the Authority and a trustee (the "Trustee"), and issued in separate subseries which correspond with the terms of Assessment Contracts with like terms that are pledged to secure each related subseries of PACE Bonds; and

 

WHEREAS, in order to accomplish the sale of the PACE Bonds, the City proposes to enter into a bond purchase and draw-down agreement between and among the Authority, the Trustee, program administrator, escrow agent (if any) and the purchaser(s) of the PACE Bonds (collectively or singularly, the "Purchaser") in connection with the sale of the PACE Bonds;

And

 

WHEREAS, Official Code of Georgia Sections 48-5-127 and 48-5-359.1 authorize the

Tax Commissioner of Fulton County, Georgia ("Fulton Tax Commissioner") and the Tax Commissioner of DeKalb County, Georgia ("DeKalb Tax Commissioner") to collect taxes on behalf of a political subdivision, and the City to contract with the Fulton Tax Commissioner and the DeKalb Tax Commissioner for the collection of the Assessments; and

 

WHEREAS, in furtherance of the goal of implementing the PACE Program, the City desires to amend Atlanta Code of Ordinances, Chapter 134 (Special Assessments) to provide a new Article IV "Property Assessed Clean Energy Assessments"; and

 

WHEREAS,  the Mayor's Office of Sustainability and the Department of Finance recommend authorizing the Mayor to establish the PACE Program and to execute the agreements necessary to establish the PACE Program.

 

THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA,  HEREBY ORDAINS:

 

Section 1.      Authority for Ordinance.   This ordinance is adopted pursuant to the provisions of the Constitution and laws of the State of Georgia.

 

Section 2.      PACE Program Guidelines.  The Mayor, or his authorized designee, is authorized to establish the Program in accordance with the PACE Program Guidelines (the "PACE Program Guidelines"). The PACE Program Guidelines shall be substantially similar to the form attached hereto as Exhibit A, subject to such minor changes, insertions or omissions that may be made without further City Council approval.

 

Section 3.      Program Implementation.  The Program shall be implemented in phases commencing  with  commercial properties  (including  multifamily  housing  developments containing 3 or more dwelling units) and shall only be expanded to include residential properties upon the satisfaction of the "Single Family Residential Launch  Conditions" set forth below. The Authority shall not make the Program available to residential property owners until:

 

(i) The Authority certifies to the Chief Financial Officer that the PACE Program Guidelines which apply to residential properties comply with all federal guidance and best-practices, except as otherwise deemed reasonable in the judgment of the Authority; and

 

(ii) The City Council has resolved to adopt the residential program and has approved and adopted the "Consumer Protection Policies".

 

Section 4.      Expansion  of  District;  Rename  District.     The District is hereby expanded to include all of the territory within the jurisdictional limits of the City of Atlanta, Georgia, located within Fulton and DeKalb counties.  The District shall be renamed "Atlanta Property Assessed Clean Energy District- No. 1."

 

 

 

 

Section 5. Intergovernmental Assessment  Agreement.    The Mayor is hereby authorized to execute, deliver and cause the City to perform the obligations on its part contained in the Intergovernmental Assessment Agreement between the Authority and the City.  The Intergovernmental Assessment Agreement shall be substantially similar to the form attached hereto as Exhibit B, subject to such minor changes, insertions or omissions as may be approved by the Mayor and Chief Financial Officer, without further City Council approval, and  the execution of the Intergovernmental Assessment Agreement by the Mayor as hereby authorized

shall constitute conclusive evidence of any such approval.

 

Section 6. Bond Purchase Draw-Down Agreement. The Mayor is hereby authorized to execute, deliver and cause the City to perform the obligations on its part contained in the Bond Purchase Draw-Down Agreement by and among the Authority, the Trustee, program administrator, escrow agent (if any), the Purchaser and the City (the "Bond Purchase Agreement"). The provisions of the executed version of the Bond Purchase Agreement shall provide for a sale of PACE Bonds within the maximum not to exceed principal amount referenced in the recitals and at interest rates not to exceed the 30-year U.S. Treasury rate plus 9% per annum.  The Bond Purchase Agreement shall be in a form acceptable to the Mayor and/or Chief Financial Officer.

 

Section 7.      Validation. The Mayor is hereby authorized to acknowledge service on behalf of the City of the validation petition to be filed by the District Attorney for the Atlanta Judicial Circuit seeking the validation of the PACE Bonds and to verify the allegations contained in an answer to be prepared by the City Attorney seeking the validation of the PACE Bonds and the security to be provided therefor.

 

Section 8.      Special Limited Obligation.   The obligation of the City to make payments under the Intergovernmental Assessment Agreement and to perform any other obligations under the Intergovernmental Assessment Agreement shall constitute special limited obligations of the City, payable solely from the Assessments collected under the Assessment Contracts.

 

Section 9.      Assessment Contracts. The Department of Finance, in consultation with the Department of Law, is hereby authorized to administratively acknowledge the Assessment Contracts without further City Council approval.    The Assessment Contracts shall be substantially similar to the form attached hereto as Exhibit C, subject to such minor changes, insertions or omissions as may be made by the Authority.

 

Section 10.    Agreement with Fulton Tax Commissioner. The officers of the City are hereby authorized to execute and deliver an amended agreement with the Fulton Tax Commissioner for the collection of  Assessments, in substantially similar form as the form attached hereto as Exhibit D, subject to such minor changes, insertions or omissions as may be approved by the Department of Finance, in consultation with the Department of Law, without further City Council approval, and the execution of such agreement as hereby authorized shall constitute conclusive evidence of any such approval.

 

Section 11.    Program Implementation.  The Authority is authorized to (i) pledge Assessments levied and collected pursuant to this Ordinance, and (ii) to fund Assessment Contracts authorized by the Program and entered into by eligible Property Owners in Fulton County and DeKalb County upon the effective date of this Ordinance.

County and DeKalb County upon the effective date of this Ordinance.

 

 

Section 12.    Amendment to Chapter 134 of the Atlanta Code of Ordinances.

 

Chapter 134 (Special Assessments) of the Atlanta Code of Ordinances shall be amended by adding a new Article IV as set forth below:

 

Article IV.     Property Assessed Clean Energy Assessments

 

Sec. 134-55.  Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Program.

(a) The city adopted a Climate Action Plan, which provides a comprehensive plan for climate change mitigation through reducing the city's carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions 20% by 2020 and 40% by 2030, along with pledging to reduce energy and water use in commercial and residential buildings 20% by 2020 and 40% by 2030, using a 2009 baseline. To help reduce energy and water use in commercial and residential buildings within the city, the city has established the Clean Energy Atlanta  PACE Program ("PACE Program") to facilitate funding to commercial and residential property owners who desire to install energy efficiency, water conservation, and renewable energy improvements within the city.

 

(b) The PACE Program will provide for the imposition of non-ad valorem property assessments to be levied upon participating properties as may be agreed to by the property owner, the downtown development authority for the city and its program administrator.

 

(c) Each property owner choosing to participate in the PACE  Program shall execute a PACE Assessment Contract with the downtown development authority, which shall be administratively acknowledged by a designated representative of the city's finance department and governed by the PACE Program Guidelines.

 

Sec. 134-56.  PACE Assessment Roll. The city's office of sustainability and department of finance shall periodically file with the municipal clerk a report of the PACE Assessment Contracts which have been entered into with property owners, which report shall include the following, and such other information as required by the council including:

 

(a) The tax-parcel ID number(s) corresponding to the property on which eligible PACE improvements are to be installed;

 

(b) The principal component of each assessment contract entered into in the preceding twelve months;

 

(c) The term of the related assessment contracts; and

 

(d) A general description of the eligible PACE improvements financed during

the preceding twelve month period;

Sec. 134-57.   Levy of PACE Assessment

PACE Assessments shall be levied in the amount, and for the term specified in the PACE Assessment Roll by parcel as directed by the city's chief financial officer and as specified in individual assessment contracts. PACE Assessments shall be billed and be payable in the same manner and on the same day as assessments for solid waste charges.

 

Sec. 134-58.   Lien for PACE Assessment and interest.

PACE Assessments  and each installment  thereof, along with interest thereon and the expense of collection, are declared to be a lien against the parcel so assessed, from the date the amount of such assessment or any installment thereof shall become due and unpaid, co-equal and on a parity basis with other municipal taxes.  A penalty for the payment of delinquent PACE Assessments shall be assessed in the same manner as delinquent municipal taxes.

 

Sec. 134-59.   Execution, levy and enforcement.

 

The city's chief financial officer shall cooperate with the applicable tax commissioner or such other entity designated to collect the assessments and shall direct and cause to be issued an execution against any property for the amount of the assessment, interest and any applicable penalty, in the same manner as the enforcement of a lien for municipal taxes.

 

Sec. 134-60.   Transmittal of PACE Assessment Information.

 

The City shall annually adopt a resolution authorizing the transmittal of information, including in electron format, to the applicable tax commissioner for the billing and collection of the PACE Assessments.

 

 

Section 13.    Actions of the Mayor and Chief Financial Officer. The Mayor, Chief Financial Officer and other appropriate officials of the City are hereby authorized to certify any documents and execute any receipts or other closing papers necessary to effect the purposes of the  Intergovernmental   Assessment  Agreement,  the  Bond  Purchase  Agreement  and  this ordinance.  All acts and doing of such officers of the City which are in conformity with the purposes  and intents of this ordinance  and in furtherance  of the execution,  delivery and performance   of  the  Intergovernmental Assessment  Agreement   and  the  Bond  Purchase Agreement shall be, and the same hereby are, in all respects approved and confirmed.

 

Section 14.    Partial Invalidity.  In case any one or more of the provisions of this ordinance  shall for any reason be held to be illegal or invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, such illegality or invalidity shall not affect any other provisions hereof unless expressly so held, but this ordinance shall be construed and enforced as if such illegal or invalid provisions had not been contained herein, and this ordinance shall be construed to adopt, but not to enlarge upon, all applicable provisions of Georgia law, and, if any provisions hereof conflict with any applicable provision of such law, the latter as adopted by the legislature and as interpreted by the courts of this state shall prevail and shall be substituted for any provision hereof in conflict or not in harmony therewith.

 

Section 15.    Waiver. Any and all ordinances or resolutions or parts of ordinances or resolutions in conflict with this ordinance shall be waived to the extent of the conflict.

 

Section 16. Effective Date. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect immediately upon its adoption.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meeting History

Aug 15, 2016 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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REFERRED TO FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION
Sep 14, 2016 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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Sep 19, 2016 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Sep 28, 2016 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Clarence "C. T." Martin, District 10
SECONDER:Yolanda Adrean, District 8
AYES:Alex Wan, Yolanda Adrean, Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Clarence "C. T." Martin, Felicia A Moore, Andre Dickens
ABSENT:Howard Shook
Oct 3, 2016 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Oct 12, 2016 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE [6 TO 0]
AYES:Alex Wan, Howard Shook, Yolanda Adrean, Clarence "C. T." Martin, Felicia A Moore, Andre Dickens
AWAY:Natalyn Mosby Archibong
Oct 17, 2016 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Oct 26, 2016 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS]
AYES:Alex Wan, Howard Shook, Yolanda Adrean, Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Clarence "C. T." Martin, Felicia A Moore
ABSENT:Andre Dickens
Nov 7, 2016 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Nov 16, 2016 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS]
AYES:Alex Wan, Howard Shook, Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Clarence "C. T." Martin, Felicia A Moore, Andre Dickens
ABSENT:Yolanda Adrean
Nov 21, 2016 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Nov 30, 2016 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS]
AYES:Alex Wan, Howard Shook, Yolanda Adrean, Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Clarence "C. T." Martin, Felicia A Moore, Andre Dickens
Dec 5, 2016 1:00 PM  Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Dec 14, 2016 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS]
AYES:Alex Wan, Howard Shook, Clarence "C. T." Martin, Felicia A Moore, Andre Dickens
ABSENT:Yolanda Adrean, Natalyn Mosby Archibong
Jan 3, 2017 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Jan 11, 2017 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE
Jan 17, 2017 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Jan 25, 2017 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE
Feb 6, 2017 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Feb 15, 2017 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE
Feb 20, 2017 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Mar 1, 2017 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE
Mar 6, 2017 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Mar 15, 2017 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE
Mar 20, 2017 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Mar 29, 2017 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE
Apr 17, 2017 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Apr 26, 2017 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE
May 1, 2017 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
May 10, 2017 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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Katrina Taylor Parks

Mariangela Corales

Mayor Kasim Reed

Dr. Eloises Clementich

RESULT:FAVORABLE/SUB/CONDITION [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Felicia A Moore, Councilmember, District 9
SECONDER:Alex Wan, Councilmember, District 6
AYES:Howard Shook, Yolanda Adrean, Alex Wan, Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Clarence "C. T." Martin, Felicia A Moore
ABSENT:Carla Smith
May 15, 2017 1:00 PM  Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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Chairperson Shook made a Substsitute Motion to Table Ordinance 16-O-1430. It was properly Seconded and CARRIED by a roll call vote of 14 yeas; 0 nays.

TABLED SUBSTITUTE BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 14 YEAS; 0 NAYS

RESULT:TABLED [UNANIMOUS]Next: 6/5/2017 1:00 PM
AYES:Michael Julian Bond, Mary Norwood, Andre Dickens, Kwanza Hall, Ivory Lee Young Jr., Cleta Winslow, Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Alex Wan, Howard Shook, Yolanda Adrean, Felicia A Moore, Clarence "C. T." Martin, Keisha Lance Bottoms, Joyce M Sheperd
ABSENT:Carla Smith
Jun 5, 2017 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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Councilmember Shook made a Motion to remove Ordinance 16-O-1430 from the Table. It was Seconded by Councilmember Wan and the Motion CARRIED by a roll call vote of 13 yeas; 0 nays. The ordinance was then before Council. Following, Councilmember Shook made a Motion to bring forth a Substitute. It was Seconded by Councilmember Wan and CARRIED by a roll call vote of 14 yeas; 0 nays. The Substitute was before Council. After which, Councilmember Wan made a Motion to Adopt on Substitute. It was Seconded by Councilmember Bond and Council deferred the item to later during the meeting. Returning back to Ordinance 16-O-1430, Councilmember Adrean offered an Amendment to add language "City Council has resolved to adopt the program...."etc. It was Seconded by Councilmember Wan and further discussion ensued, in which, Councilmember Archibong offered a Friendly Amendment to add the referneced pages (16-37). Archibong Friendly Amendment accepted by Councilmember Adrean, the Adrean Amendment then CARRIED by a roll call vote of 14 yeas; 0 nays. Subsequently, Councilmember Adrean made a Motion to Adopt on Substitute as Amended. It was Seconded by Councilmember Smith and the Motion CARRIED by a roll call vote of 14 yeas; 0 nays.

ADOPTED SUBSTIUTE AS AMENDED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 14 YEAS; 0 NAYS

RESULT:ADOPTED SUBSTITUTE AS AMENDED [UNANIMOUS]
AYES:Michael Julian Bond, Mary Norwood, Andre Dickens, Carla Smith, Kwanza Hall, Ivory Lee Young Jr., Cleta Winslow, Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Alex Wan, Howard Shook, Yolanda Adrean, Felicia A Moore, Keisha Lance Bottoms, Joyce M Sheperd
ABSENT:Clarence "C. T." Martin