Municipography is a summary of current issues going through the Raleigh City Council and other municipal departments in the city. The point is to try to deliver any video, photos, and text associated with the discussions happening at City Hall or elsewhere. Since this is a downtown Raleigh blog, the focus is on the center of the city.
Moore Square Redesign
The Moore Square Draft Master Plan was presented to the Parks, Recreation and Greenway Advisory Board (PRGAB) on February 17, 2011, at which time the PRGAB heard public comment and asked questions of the consultant and staff. On March 17, 2011, the PRGAB continued discussion of the Draft Master Plan and voted unanimously to recommend the Draft Master Plan for Moore Square to City Council for approval as presented with the recommendation that the PRGAB have the opportunity to review and comment at the 30% Schematic Design phase. The motion includes keeping the restroom and café kiosk in the master plan although they have been objected to by the State of North Carolina Department of Administration which owns the property.
At the April 19, City Council meeting, Christopher Counts Studio and City staff will present the following information:
- Summary of the Master Plan Process
- Moore Square Draft Master Plan
Adopt the Moore Square Draft Master Plan as presented, with the recommendation that the PRGAB have the opportunity to review and comment at the 30% Schematic Design phase as recommended by the Parks, Recreation and Greenway Advisory Board.
The current parking management fund is in the red. For some background, jump to the last Municipography post on April 6, 2011.
The Committee recommends removing the stipulation in the City’s booting ordinance that requires that a bootable vehicle must be found in contravention of a parking ordinance before it can be booted.
The Committee further recommends adding a tax intercept amendment to our current Parking Management Service contract to collect delinquent fines for anything $50 and over on tax refunds.
The Committee further recommends that the City seek authority for DMV holds on delinquent citations.
The Committee is holding the item to receive a report from Downtown Raleigh Alliance relative to advertising and increasing revenue in our parking fund by not charging fees for evening and weekend parking in the City decks.
TC-5-11 Food Trucks. Amends the Zoning Code to permit ‘Food Trucks’ to locate on commercially-developed properties subject to specific conditions.
Issue moves to planning commission to be discussed and make a recommendation to the city council within 30-45 days.
- Big Support For Food Trucks In Raleigh By Area Residents | January 5, 2013
- Municipography, Food Trucks Debate Continues, Rezoning for Raleigh City Farm | August 16, 2012
- Municipography, Food Trucks Approved in Downtown Raleigh | August 16, 2012