City of Atlanta
Georgia

Ordinance
19-O-1505
Adopted on Substitute
Nov 18, 2019 1:00 PM

AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS J.P. MATZIGKEIT AND HOWARD SHOOK, AS SUBSTITUTED BY CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE, TO AMEND THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES PART II (GENERAL ORDINANCES), CHAPTER 74 (ENVIRONMENT), ARTICLE II (SOIL, EROSION, SEDIMENTATION, AND POLLUTION CONTROL), TO IMPOSE CONTROLS ON CUT AND FILL AND RETAINING WALLS IN THE R-1 THROUGH R-5 ZONING DISTRICTS, TO UPDATE REFERENCES AND DEFINITIONS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

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WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta (“City”) adopted Chapter 74, Article II (Soil, Erosion, Sedimentation, and Pollution Control) to protect water quality and fulfill the requirements of the Georgia Erosion and Sedimentation Act of 1975 (“Act”) O.C.G.A. §12-7-1 et seq.; and

 

WHEREAS, the City is certified as a Local Issuing Authority under the Act; and

 

WHEREAS, the City desires to amend Chapter 74, Article II (Soil, Erosion, Sedimentation, and Pollution Control) to provide for further controls on cut, fill and retaining walls to protect water resources and minimize erosion and sedimentation; and
 

WHEREAS, the City also wishes to provide certain clarifications to existing provisions of Chapter 74, Article II (Soil, Erosion, Sedimentation, and Pollution Control).

 

NOW, THEREFORE, THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA HEREBY ORDAINS as follows:

 

SECTION 1: That the following sections of Part II (Code of Ordinances - General Ordinances), Chapter 74 (Environment), Article II (Soil, Erosion, Sedimentation, and Pollution Control) be amended to read as follows (with deleted language struck out and new language underlined) and other amendments are made as noted:

 

(a)              Sec. 74-36. - Title, authority and findings.

 

(b)              Authority. This article is enacted to implement the Erosion and Sedimentation Act of 1975, O.C.G.A. § 12-7-1, et seq., as amended in the 2009 Session of the Georgia General Assembly and pursuant to the city's authority under Ga. Const. Art. IX, § II (Home Rule and supplementary powers), O.C.G.A. § 36-35-1 et seq. (Municipal Home Rule powers) and Atlanta City Charter §§ 1-102(b), 1-102(c)(42), and 1-102(c)(46).

 

(b)              Sec. 74-37. - Definitions.

 

(1)              Applicant means the person who applies for a building permit and who must be the owner of the real property or an authorized agent of the owner.

(12)              Approved plan means an erosion and sedimentation control plan approved in writing by the City of Atlanta city or the Fulton or DeKalb Soil and Water Conservation District.(5)              Buildable area has the same meaning as in the Land Development Code §16-28.006(9).

 

(8)              Code means the Atlanta City Code.

 

(710)              Commissioner means the Commissioner of the Department of Watershed Management, or a designee.

 

(7.5)              CPESC means a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control with current certification by EnviroCert, Inc., which is also referred to as CPESC or CPESC, Inc.

 

(811)              Cut means a portion or area of land surface from which earth has been removed or will be removed by excavation (i.e. the volume between the original ground surface and the excavated surface), and also known as excavation the excavation of soil, rock or other similar substance, whether the material remains on-site or is moved off-site, but does not include the removal of minor volumes for the purpose of garden landscaping, turf or garden bed establishment and that does not significantly alter the shape, natural form or drainage of the land.

 

(1013)              Design professional means a professional licensed by the State of Georgia in the field of: engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, forestry, geology, or land surveying; or a person that is a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) with a current certification by EnviroCert, Inc. Design professionals shall practice in a manner that complies with applicable Georgia law governing professional licensure “Certified Design Professional” as that term is defined by Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. Chapter 600-8-1-.03.

 

(1215)              District means the Fulton or DeKalb County Soil and Water Conservation District.

 

(1821)              Fill means a portion or area of land surface to which soil or other solid material has been or will be added (i.e. the volume above the original ground)depositing of soil, rock or other similar extractive material obtained from on-site or off-site, but does not include the depositing of minor volumes of topsoil, soil amendments, or feature rock imported to the site that is intended for use in garden landscaping, turf or garden bed establishment or top dressing of lawns and that does not significantly alter the shape, natural form or drainage of the land.

 

(1922)              Final stabilization means all soil disturbing activities at the site have been completed, and that for unpaved areas and areas not covered by permanent structures and areas located outside the waste disposal limits of a landfill cell that has been certified by EPD for waste disposal, 100% of the soil surface is uniformly covered in pennanent permanent vegetation with a density of 70% or greater, or landscaped according to the Plan (uniformly covered with landscaping materials in planned landscape areas), or equivalent permanent stabilization measures as defined in the Manual (excluding a crop of annual vegetation and seeding of target crop perennials appropriate for the region). Final stabilization applies to each phase of construction.

 

(23)              Footprint means the enclosed area of the horizontal dimensions of a structure as defined by the exterior walls and as projected on the ground. Footprint area shall not include any decks, patios, porches, carport, any floor above ground level, or accessory structure (as defined by §16-29.001(2) of the Land Development Code) for the purpose of this calculation.

 

(24)              Foundation wall means the masonry or concrete walls both below and above ground level that elevate and serve as the main support for a structure and may include walls that form the sides of a basement or crawl space area, or containment of fill for slab construction.

 

(2025)              Grading means altering the shape of ground surfaces to a predetermined condition; this includes stripping, cutting, filling, stockpiling and shaping or any combination thereof and shall include the land in its cut or filled condition cut or fill or both.

 

(26)              Ground level (existing) means the existing level or elevation at any point on-site prior to any grading.

 

(27)              Hardship means a unique or special condition of a site such as size, shape, topography, surroundings or location but does not include lesser property value by comparison to properties in the vicinity or a condition brought into existence by actions of the owner or an authorized agent of the owner.

 

(2128)              LateLand-disturbing activity means any activity which may result in soil erosion from water or wind and the movement of sediments into state waters or onto lands within the state, including. including, but not limited to, clearing, dredging, grading, excavating, transporting, and filling of land, but not including agricultural practices as described in section 74-38(e).

 

(2330)              Local issuing authority means the City of Atlanta city acting through its Department of Watershed Management, which has been certified by the Director of the Environmental Protection Division of the Department of Natural Resources as an issuing authority, pursuant to the Erosion and Sedimentation Act of 1975, as amended, O.C.G.A. § 12-7-1 et seq. and the rules for erosion and sediment control issued by the division set out in Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. Chapter 391-3-7-.09.

 

(2431)              Manual for Erosion and Sediment Control in Georgia means the guide published by the Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission as of January 1 of the year in which the land-disturbing activity was permitted, and amendments to the manual approved by the Commission., as specified in O.C.G.A. § 12-7-6(b), adopted by reference in section 74-40(a) of the Atlanta City Code, and commonly referred to as the "Green Book." The Manual for Erosion and Sediment Control in Georgia is currently available from the Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission (http://www.gaswcc.org).

 

(2532)              Metropolitan River Protection Act (MRPA) means a state law, O.C.G.A. § 12-5-440 et seq., referenced in Article VII Chapter 74 section 74-314(b) of the Atlanta City Code, which addresses environmental and development-related matters in certain metropolitan river corridors and their drainage basins.

 

(37)              Off-site means any land that is not on-site.

 

(38)              On-site has the same meaning as site.

 

(31)              Original ground surface means the existing ground surface before any grading, excavation, or filling.

 

(3240)              Owner or property owner means any person having individual or joint or common title to property in any form defined by the laws of the State of Georgia as an estate or interest, whether legal or equitable and however acquired, in real property.

 

(3442)              Permit or land-disturbing activity permit (or LDA permit) means the authorization necessary to conduct a land-disturbing activity under the provisions of this article. Such authorization shall be deemed included in the building permit issued pursuant to Appendix A, section 103.1 of the City of Atlanta city Land Development Code. If a building permit is not required, such authorization may be provided by a department-approved plan and subject to any required fees, bonds, or NOIs.

 

(46)              Retaining wall means a structure whose function is to contain material in order to provide a stable surface at a grade higher than an adjacent grade level but does not include a foundation wall.

 

(3847)              Riparian buffer means the area of land lying adjacent to a wetland or stream in which development is prohibited or limited as more particularly set out in Article VII Chapter 74 section 74-303 of the Atlanta City Code, or applicable state or federal law.

 

(52)              Slope means the inclined ground surface of a fill, cut or natural terrain expressed either as a ratio of horizontal distance to vertical distance (measured in consistent units), percentage, or in degrees, dependent on the context in which it is used.

 

(4757)              Structure means that which is built, placed, or constructed, as more particularly set out in Part 8, Chapter 2, Article B has the same meaning as “Building or structure” in section 8-2083 of the City of Atlanta city Land Development Code. The term "structure" and includes impervious surfaces as defined by Article VII Chapter 74  section 74-302(15) of the Atlanta City Code, temporary buildings or appurtenances, and pipes or utility lines.

 

That all other definitions be renumbered from (1) to (62) consistent with the above amendments.

 

(c)              Sec. 74-38. - Application and permit process.

 

(9)              Construction or maintenance projects, or both, undertaken or financed in whole or in part, or both, by the department of transportation Georgia Department of Transportation, the Georgia Highway Authority, or the state tollway authority; or any road construction or maintenance project, or both, undertaken by any county or municipality; provided, however, that construction or maintenance projects of department of transportation or state tollway authority which disturb one or more contiguous acres of land shall be subject to provisions of O.C.G.A. § 12-7-7.1 except where the department of transportation, the Georgia Highway Authority, or the state road and tollway authority is a secondary permittee for a project located within a larger common plan of development or sale under the state general permit, in which case a copy of a notice of intent under the state general permit shall be submitted to the city, and the city shall enforce compliance with the minimum requirements set forth in O.C.G.A. § 12-7-6 as if a LDA permit had been issued, and violations shall be subject to the same fines or penalties as violations by permit holders.             

 

(d)              Sec. 74-39. - Application and permit process.

 

(a)              General. A permit is required for any land-disturbing activity in the City of Atlanta city unless exempt in accordance with section 74-38, above. The property owner, developer and designated planters planners and engineers shall review die the general development plans and detailed plans of the city that affect the tract to be developed and the area surrounding it. They shall review the zoning ordinance, stormwater management ordinance, subdivision ordinance, flood damage prevention ordinance, this article, and other ordinances which regulate the development of land within the jurisdictional boundaries of the city and shall design the proposed development in compliance with these regulations. Land disturbing activity permits shall be applied for as part of a building, permit in compliance with this article and Part 8 of this Code of Ordinances the city Land Development Code.

 

(b)(2)              The application for a land-disturbing activity permit shall be submitted to the bureau of buildings city’s Office of Buildings and must include the applicant's erosion and sedimentation control plan with supporting data, as necessary. Said plans shall include, as a minimum, the data specified in section 74-40 of this article. Soil erosion and sedimentation control plans shall conform to the provisions of subsection 74-43 of this article. All applications shall contain a certification stating that the plan preparer or the designee thereof visited the site prior to creation of the plan or that such a visit was not required in accordance with rules and regulations established by the board. The application shall include the owner's name, street address, mailing address if different from street address (a post office box alone shall not satisfy this requirement), and other contact information such as phone numbers and e-mail addresses.

 

(b)(5)(iv)              The terms of the bond shall extend from the beginning of the project until one year following its completion. The performance bond shall be written to the benefit of the City of Atlanta city and shall obligate the bonding company to correct any violations of this article for a period of one year following cessation of land-disturbing activities or final sign-off pursuant to section 74-43(f);             

 

(c)(7)              Notice of intent and notice of termination. NOIs and NOTs required to be submitted to the EPD District Office under the State General Permit shall be submitted concurrently to the City of Atlanta city.

 

(c)(8)              A copy of the permit shall be posted on the site at all times as set out in Appendix A, Chapter 1, section 102.2(c) of the City of Atlanta city Land Development Code.

 

(e)              Sec. 74-40. - Plan requirements.

 

(b)(3)              Name, street address, and phone number of the property owner.

 

(c)(8)              State waters buffers required by sections 74-43(c)(15) and 74-43(c)(16) of the Code, and the riparian buffers required by Article VII Chapter 74 sections 74-303(a), 74-303(b), 74-303(c), and 74-303(d) of the Code.

 

(c)(9)              Where applicable, the 2,000 foot Chattahoochee River Corridor as required by O.C.G.A. § 12-5-440 et seq. and set out in Article VII Chapter 74 section 74-314(b) of the Code, and the allowable limits of impervious surface and land-disturbing activities as specified in accordance with the certificate issued under O.C.G.A. § 12-5-445.

 

(10)              The specified horizontal state waters buffer along designated trout streams (the Chattahoochee River within the city) required by subsection 74-43(c)(16) of the Code.

 

(f)              Sec. 74-41. - Inspection and enforcement.

 

(a)               The city will periodically inspect the sites of land-disturbing activities for which LDA permits have been issued to determine if the activities are being conducted in accordance with the plan and if the measures required in the plan are effective in controlling erosion and sedimentation. If implementation of the approved plan does not provide for effective erosion control, the owner or operator shall install additional erosion and sedimentation control measures to control or treat the sediment source. The city shall regulate primary, secondary, and tertiary permittee's permittees as such terms are defined in the state general permit. Primary permittee's permittees shall be responsible for installation and maintenance of best management practices where the primary permittee is conducting land-disturbing activities. Secondary permittee's permittees shall be responsible for installation and maintenance of best management practices where the secondary permittee is conducting land-disturbing activities. Tertiary permittee's permittees shall be responsible for installation and maintenance of BMPs where the tertiary permittee is conducting land-disturbing activities.                           

(f)              The division may periodically review the actions of the city, Such  such review may include, but shall not be limited to, review of the administration and enforcement of the city's ordinance and review of conformance with an agreement, if any, between the district and the city If such review indicates that the city has not administered or enforced its ordinances or has not conducted the program in accordance with any agreement entered into pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 12-7-7(e), the division shall notify the city in writing. The city shall have 90 days within which to take the necessary corrective action to retain certification as an issuing authority. If the city does not take necessary corrective action within 90 days after notification by the division, the division may revoke the certification of the city as an issuing authority.

 

(g)              Sec. 74-42. - Stop work, penalties, and fines.

 

(a)              Failure to obtain a permit for land-disturbing activity. No person shall conduct land-disturbing activity that requires an LDA permit in accordance with section 74-39 of this article, and no person shall conduct land-disturbing activity that requires a building permit in accordance with Appendix A, section 103.1 of the City of Atlanta city Land Development Code without first obtaining said permit, respectively. Conducting land-disturbing activity without a required permit shall be a violation of this Code. A person that conducts land-disturbing activity in violation of this subsection shall be subject to revocation of its business license, work permit, or other authorization for the conducting of business and associated activities within the jurisdictional boundaries of the city, and shall be subject to an assessment of double the applicable fees in accordance with Atlanta City Code, Appendix A, Building Code Amendments, section 104.2(d) of the city Land Development Code.

 

(d)              Notice to comply for first violation of article. Except as otherwise provided in this section, for the first violation of the provisions of this article, the city shall issue an official, written notice to the owner, operator, or violator person conducting land-disturbing activity. The owner, operator, or violator person conducting land-disturbing activity shall have three days to correct the violation. If the violation is not corrected within three days, the city shall issue a land-disturbing activity stop-work order. If the violation is not corrected within three days from the issuance of the land-disturbing activity stop-work order, the city shall issue a project wide stop-work order.

 

(f)(5)              Commencing any land-disturbing activity in either the state waters buffer or the riparian buffer that requires either a state buffer variance or an authorized encroachment in accordance with Article VII Chapter 74 section 74-306 of the Code without first obtaining the required variance or authorized encroachment, pursuant to sections 74-43(c)(15), 74-43(c)(16), or 74-43(d) of the Code; or

 

(f)(6)              Best management practices have not been properly designed, installed, and maintained pursuant to section 74-43(b)(1) of the Code.

 

(g)(1)              Any person who violates any provisions of this article, or any LDA permit condition or limitation established pursuant to this article or who negligently or intentionally fails or refuses to comply with any final or emergency order of the city or director issued as provided in this ordinance shall be liable for a fine not to exceed $2,500.00 per day. For the purpose of enforcing the provisions of this article, notwithstanding any provisions in any city Charter to the contrary, the city's municipal courts have been authorized by the General Assembly to impose a fine not to exceed $2,500.00 for each violation. Each day during which violation or failure or refusal to comply continues shall be a separate violation.

 

(g)(2)              Any person who violates section 74-43(c)(15) or section 74-43(c)(16) of the Code by performing land-disturbing activities or placing fill or structures within a state waters buffer or a riparian buffer without a state buffer variance or an authorized encroachment in accordance with Article VII Chapter 74 section 74-306 of the Code shall, in addition to any fine or stop-work order, remove such encroachment and temporarily stabilize any disturbed area in accordance with the Manual for Erosion and Sediment Control. From and after the effective date of this ordinance, the unauthorized placement of fill or structures within a state waters buffer or a riparian buffer shall constitute a nuisance per se and shall be unlawful. The Solicitor or City attorney Attorney is authorized to file such actions as may be necessary to remedy the unauthorized placement of fill or structures within a state waters buffer or riparian buffer, including a petition for a restraining order, injunction, abatement, or any other appropriate legal action or proceeding in a court of competent jurisdiction to prevent, restrain, or abate an unlawful use or activity.

 

(g)(3)              Buffer Restoration and Revegetation Plan Required. Any person in violation of section 74-42(h)(2), above, shall submit a Buffer Restoration and Revegetation Plan to the city in accordance with the City of Atlanta city Buffer Revegetation Guidelines, referenced in Article VII Chapter 74 section 74-306(d)(3) of the Code, and in accordance with the approved Buffer Restoration and Revegetation Plan, the violator person conducting land-disturbing activity shall restore the buffer with native riparian vegetation. Final sign-off of the land-disturbing activity in accordance with section 74-43(f) of the Code shall be contingent upon implementing the Buffer Restoration and Revegetation Plan.

 

(i)              Liens. Any costs incurred by the city in accordance with section 74-42(h) that are not covered by the performance bond shall be assessed against the property on which the land-disturbing activity occurred and shall constitute a lien on the property if such costs are not paid within 60 days of receipt of notice of such costs. Notice shall be deemed effective within five days of the city mailing or delivering by courier or express mail written notice addressed to the property owner(s) as ownership appears on the tax records of Fulton or DeKalb County.

 

(h)              Sec. 74-43. - Minimum requirements for erosion and sedimentation control using best management practices.

 

(b)(1)              Best management practices (BMPs) consistent with, and no less stringent than, those practices contained in the Manual for Erosion and Sediment Control in Georgia shall be utilized in accordance with all land-disturbing activities to prevent and minimize erosion and resultant sedimentation, BMPs shall be utilized for the duration of all land-disturbing activities, and shall be properly designed, installed, and maintained in accordance with the :Manual for Erosion and Sediment Control in Georgia. Maintenance of all BMPs, whether temporary or permanent, shall be, at all times, the responsibility of the property owner or operator. Proper design, installation, and maintenance of BMPs shall constitute a complete defense to any action by the commissioner or to any other allegation of noncompliance with paragraph (2) of this subsection or any substantially similar terms contained in a state general permit for the discharge of stormwater issued pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 12-5-30(f), the "Georgia Water Quality Control Act".

 

(c)(2)              Cut or fill shall be minimized and tiered retaining walls shall be used to mitigate environmental and visual impacts of grading;

 

(c)(3)              Development plans must conform to natural topography and soil type so as to create the lowest practical need for grading and the consequential erosion potential;

 

(c)(11)              Cut or fill shall not endanger adjoining property; any change in grade shall conform to the following requirements:

(a) No fill shall exceed a 2:1 (two feet horizontal and one foot vertical) slope; and

(b) No cut shall exceed a 2:1 (two feet horizontal and one foot vertical) slope;

 

Insert the following new section into subsection (c):

 

(11.1)              The following provisions apply only to the R-1 through R-5 districts:

(a)              Imported material. Material that is deposited on-site from fill that is obtained from off-site is limited to 600 cubic yards.

(b)              Top of cut slope. The top of cut slope shall be set back at least four feet from any property line.

(c)              Toe of fill slope. The toe of fill slope shall be set back at least four feet from any property line.

(d)              Prohibition. Fill that is not restrained by a retaining wall shall not be undertaken on any part of a site where the natural slope is steeper than 2:1.

(e)              Retaining wall standards. Retaining walls in the buildable area of a site must:

(i)              Be set back from the property line at a distance that is at least equal to its height, where the height is measured from the ground level (existing),

(ii)              Not exceed a height of six feet, where the height is measured from the ground level (existing), and

(iii)              When tiered, the face of each upper retaining wall must be separated from the face of the nearest lower retaining wall by at least a minimum horizontal distance equal in length to the height of the upper retaining wall, where the height of the upper retaining wall is measured from the ground level after any grading has been carried out.

 

Note: The term “ground level (existing)” is defined in section 74-37 of the Code.

 

Note: The city Land Development Code contains controls on the construction and use of retaining walls in areas other than the buildable area.

 

(f)              Variations to standards. The commissioner may grant a variation to:

(i)              The imported material standards in subsection (11.1)(a) when necessary for restoration of natural grades on a previously developed site (for example, filling a demolished basement), restoration of serious erosion, or environmental restoration, or

(ii)              The retaining wall standards set out in subsection (11.1)(e) when literal enforcement of the standard would result in a hardship and no reasonable alternative to the variation of the standard exists.

 

If an applicant seeks a variation under this section:

(iii)              The applicant must provide documentation to support such an application, and

(iv)              The commissioner may request reasonable information from an applicant that may include, but is not limited to, a sealed engineering report from a professional engineer, an environmental report, and documentation setting out all reasonable alternatives considered by the applicant.

 

(c)(12)              Fills may not encroach upon natural watercourses or constructed channels in a manner so as to adversely affect other property owners;

 

(c)(17)              The project shall be posted with a sign approved by the commissioner and visible both to the street and site workers to notify the public of the erosion and sedimentation control this ordinance and city's soil erosion hotline telephone number;

 

(d)              No person shall conduct land-disturbing activity within a riparian buffer without first obtaining an authorized encroachment in accordance with Article VII Chapter 74, Article VII of the Atlanta City Code.

 

(i)              Sec. 74-47. - Fees.

 

(a)              Where inspections, plan reviews or other administrative or regulatory services are required to ensure compliance with this ordinance, fees shall be collected in accordance with the schedule of fees and charges established by the council from time to time, copies of which shall be kept on file in the office of the municipal clerk and the Commissioner commissioner.

(b)               Land-disturbing activity fee. In addition to any other fee charged in this Code of Ordinances, there is assessed a fee of $40.00 per disturbed acre payable to the City of Atlanta city upon application to perform land-disturbing activities. This fee is adopted pursuant to Ordinance 04-O-1209 as required by the State of Georgia pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 12-5-23(5)(a), and the Rules and Regulations for Water Quality Control of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. This fee shall be collected as a separate and distinct charge for the purposes of administering the implementation of the state general permit, which has been delegated to the city as a local issuing authority pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 12-7-1 et seq.

 

(j)              Add a new section 74-48:

 

Sec. 74-48. - Relationship to other laws and regulations.

 

(a)              Laws cumulative. The requirements of this article are in addition to the requirements of any other ordinance, rule, regulation or other provision of law.

 

(b)                   Conflict with other laws. Where any provision of this ordinance imposes restrictions different from those imposed by any other ordinance, rule, regulation or other provision of law, whichever provision is more restrictive or imposes higher protective standards for human health or the environment shall control.

 

(k)              Secs. 74-48­­­-74-100. - Reserved.Secs. 74-49­­­-74-100. - Reserved.

 

SECTION 2: The provisions of Section 1 are effective for all permit applications made after the date that is thirty days from the approval of this legislation.

 

SECTION 3: That all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with Section 1 and Section 2 are waived to the extent of any conflict.

 

Meeting History

Sep 3, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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REFERRED TO CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION
Sep 10, 2019 9:30 AM Video City Utilities Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:J. P. Matzigkeit, Chair
SECONDER:Howard Shook, District 7
AYES:J. P. Matzigkeit, Michael Julian Bond, Joyce M Sheperd, Howard Shook, Carla Smith, Cleta Winslow
ABSENT:Dustin Hillis
Sep 16, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Sep 24, 2019 9:30 AM Video City Utilities Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE
Oct 7, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Oct 15, 2019 9:30 AM Video City Utilities Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE
Oct 21, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Oct 29, 2019 9:30 AM Video City Utilities Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE
Nov 4, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Nov 12, 2019 9:30 AM Video City Utilities Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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Kishia Powell, Commissioner, DWM

RESULT:FAVORABLE ON SUBSTITUTE [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Howard Shook, District 7
SECONDER:Cleta Winslow, District 4
AYES:J. P. Matzigkeit, Michael Julian Bond, Joyce M Sheperd, Howard Shook, Carla Smith, Cleta Winslow
ABSENT:Dustin Hillis
Nov 18, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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ADOPTED SUBSTITUTE BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 15 YEAS; 0 NAYS

RESULT:ADOPTED ON SUBSTITUTE [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Amir R Farokhi, Councilmember, District 2
SECONDER:Carla Smith, Councilmember, District 1
AYES:Michael Julian Bond, Matt Westmoreland, Andre Dickens, Carla Smith, Amir R Farokhi, Antonio Brown, Cleta Winslow, Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Jennifer N. Ide, Howard Shook, J. P. Matzigkeit, Dustin Hillis, Andrea L. Boone, Marci Collier Overstreet, Joyce M Sheperd