Board of Commissioners Meeting Agenda for 07/13/11

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LaRhesa Christmas
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757.314.1682

For Immediate Release
Release Date: 
Fri, 07/08/2011

      I.     APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF COMMISSIONERS’ MEETINGS 
  June 8, 2011 Board of Commissioners’ Meeting
  

     II.    REMARKS

Chief Executive Officer Update      
Chairman of the Board Comments         
Commissioners’ Comments     
 

     III. DEVELOPMENT OPERATIONS

1) Offer to Acquire and Develop former Decker Junkyard
Presented by Michael Clark
Neighborhood Services Director

2) Development Division FY11 Activity Report
Presented by James Gehman
  Chief Development Officer

     IV. FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATIONS

1) Previous Month’s Activities    
        a)   Contract Activities
        b)   Anticipated Requests for Proposals, Qualifications, or Quotations and 
          Invitations for Bids
       c)  Cash Advance Report

2) Resolution Authorizing the Acceptance and Implementation of Grants from the U.S. Department of HUD and the Federal Transit Administration
Presented by Brenda Benn
Budget and Compliance Director

 V.  HOUSING OPERATIONS
 
1)  Young Gardeners Summer Program
  Presented by Julius Norman
  Workforce Development Manager

VI.   NEW BUSINESS

  Election of Officers

VII.  COMMITTEE MEETING NOTES
          
   None
 

VIII. CLOSED MEETING

  None

OTHER NOTICES
The next BOC meeting is Wednesday, August 10, 2011
201 Granby at 8:00 a.m.

Joint Meeting with City Council and Board of Commissioners
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
City Hall, 10th floor at 5:00 p.m.

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