VI.COMMITTEE REPORTS B.2019 INVESTMENT REPORT; Russ Lloyd, Jr., City Controller City Council Meeting January 27, 2020 AgendaAGENDA C.ORDINANCE R-2019-33 An Ordinance to Rezone Certain Real Estate in the City of Evansville, State of Indiana, More Commonly Known as 601 W. Tennessee Street Petitioner: Phillip R. Hooper Owner: KR Properties LLC Requested Change: M2 to R2 Ward: 6 Brinkmeyer Representative: Phillip R. Hooper FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail C.UPDATE ON THE DIAGNOSIS MEMO (Unified Development Ordinance); Cynthia Bowen, Rundell Ernstberger F-2020-01 Attachment: III.REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS IV.SPECIAL ORDERS OF THE DAY I.INTRODUCTION C-2020-03 Attachment: R-2020-33 Attachment: A.ORDINANCE F-2020-01 An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville Authorizing Transfers of Appropriations, Additional Appropriations and Repeal and Re-Appropriation of Funds for Various City Funds Sponsor(s): Weaver Discussion Led By: Finance Chair Discussion Date: 2/10/2020 Notify: Russ Lloyd, Controller VII.REGULAR AGENDA: SECOND READING OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS A.ORDINANCE G-2020-01 An Ordinance Amending Chapter 18.135 (Off-Street Parking and Loading) of the Evansville Municipal Code Sponsor(s): Weaver Discussion Led By: ASD Chair Discussion Date: 1/27/2020 IX.MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS B.Department Liaisons G-2020-01 Attachment: X.COMMITTEE REPORTS V.CONSENT AGENDA: FIRST READING OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS D.ADDITIONAL MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS Memo Attachment: A.Committee Chair Appointments G-2020-02 Attachment: A.RESOLUTION C-2020-03 A Resolution of the Common Council of the City of Evansville, Indiana, Authorizing a Conflict of Interest for Zac Heronemus, Executive Director of Aurora, Inc., and 3rd Ward City Councilman Sponsor(s): Weaver Discussion Led By: Council President Discussion Date: 1/27/2020 Notify: Kelley Coures, DMD VIII.RESOLUTION DOCKET Agenda Attachment: XI.ADJOURNMENT II.APPROVAL OF MEETING MEMORANDUM B.ORDINANCE G-2020-02 An Ordinance Amending Section 18.130.020 (Minimum Floor Area) of the Evansville Municipal Code Sponsor(s): Weaver Discussion Led By: ASD Chair Discussion Date: 1/27/2020 A.THE NEXT MEETING of the Common Council will be Monday, February 10, 2020 at 5:30 p.m.
The new year is a great time to pick up a few habits that will help build a greener future for the planet, but new habits can be hard to maintain.Whether they pertain to exercise, finances or green living, resolutions are easier to keep when they begin with small changes, said Pamela Turner, an associate professor and Cooperative Extension housing specialist with the University of Georgia College of Family and Consumer Sciences.“Making a large change — like going completely plastic-free — can be hard to take on because they’re such extreme changes,” Turner said. “Like anything else, the best way to build a more sustainable household is to start with small steps that you can maintain.”There are lots of small changes that a family can make to lessen their footprint on the environment. Here are 10 steps that Turner recommends:Stop buying bottled water.Make a habit of keeping your reusable bags in the car so you never end up at the store without them.Buy your family members reusable straws with cleaning brushes.Start using cloth napkins and cloth kitchen towels; save the paper towels and paper napkins.Take your own containers with you to restaurants to carry out leftovers.Bring cloth produce bags with you to the grocery store.Become a clean recycler; clean all containers before putting them in the recycling bin.Eat at home or brown bag whenever you can. Eating out generates more waste from unnecessary packaging.Borrow or rent large items and tools that you may not use very often.Swap clothes with friends or buy used clothing when you need to refresh your look.“The best thing to do is just pick two or three changes and try to stick with them,” Turner said. “The most important thing is that you move forward with what you can do and not compare yourself to others. It isn’t a competition.”For more tips of living a greener life, visit UGA Extension’s UGA Greenway at UGAgreenway.org. Other tips are available at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s blog.
The Tourist Board of the Istrian County is especially proud to announce that Istria will realize more than 4 million overnight stays for the first time in June. Last year, Istria realized 3 million overnight stays in June, so that this year’s result in June will be almost 37 percent stronger, which in concrete figures means more than a million overnight stays for the month of June alone.With such figures before and after the season they look much better and after many years of systematic work, excellent cooperation between the private and public sector, joint work of all stakeholders in preparing the tourist season and constantly improving the living conditions of our guests, we obviously return the effort. – point out from the Tourist Board of the Istrian CountyIstria thus proves that it is a well-organized and organized tourist destination, and a large role in the whole story is played by the private sector which has designed a very high quality offer with the affected price and invested significantly in raising the quality of accommodation and organizing large TOP events such as: Swatch Beach Volleyball Major Series, Open Air Festival, Beach Polo in Rovinj, Sea Star Festival in Umag, Rise Up Festival in Porec and many others that in the pre- and post-season become a motive for the arrival of many guests and generate quality content in tourist destinations.
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BAY CITY, Mich. (Dec. 5) – Two IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified series champions will earn Brinn transmission rebuilds each year as part of a new agreement covering the 2015-2019 race seasons.The top drivers in point standings for the Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Tour and for the XSAN Hawkeye Dirt Tour both receive transmission rebuilds from the Bay City, Mich., manufacturer.Brinn will give $50 product certificates to top five place finishers at 30 IMCA special events in 2015. Those drivers will be entered in a post-season drawing, with the winner also receiving a new Brinn transmission.Product certificates will be mailed from the IMCA home office after official results from specials are received. Recipient of the transmission for 2014 was Ryan Roath of Phoenix, Ariz., runner-up in the Sept. 20 Desert Classic main event at Canyon Speedway Park.Also new to the Brinn program is a Predator transmission to be awarded to the pole starter at the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s Saturday night main event. All 33 qualifiers for that event and the 12 Harris Auto Racing Race of Champions starters again receive $50 product certificates. Brinn is the most recent marketing partner to ink a five-year pact with IMCA. The new agreement takes Brinn through its 17th season of sponsorship. Information about the complete line of Brinn products is available by calling 989 686-8920, at the www.brinninc.com website and on Facebook. “The new agreement with Brinn solidifies our relationship for the next five years and demonstrates their commitment to IMCA racing,” said Kevin Yoder, director of marketing for IMCA. “Adding a second transmission giveaway at our biggest event of the year is going to make starting on the pole in Boone that much more lucrative.”