Council-Manager Memos

City Council Memo

Memo #26
Thursday, July 19, 2018

City Council Memo

Memo #29
Thursday, August 3, 2017
Around the Crown
 


 

​Department Updates​

Surplus Personal Property Report
Staff resource: Randy Harrington, Chief Financial Officer, 704-336-5013, rjharrington@charlottenc.gov  
 
Management and Financial Services facilitates the disposal of the city’s end-of-life surplus property through the Asset Recovery & Disposal (ARD) program. The ARD program maximizes the value of end-of-life property by employing different disposal strategies that may vary depending upon the asset type and condition. One of the disposal tools includes allowing the declaration of single items or groups of personal property items valued at $30,000 or less as surplus with disposal through a competitive process. 

Linked below is a semi-annual report that details the property sold or exchanged, to whom it was sold, or with whom it was exchanged and the amount of money or other consideration received for each sale or exchange. 


Public Meetings Regarding Proposed Improvements to Interstate 485 
Staff resource: Liz Babson, Transportation Director, 704-336-3916, ebabson@charlottenc.gov

The North Carolina Department of Transportation will host meetings to discuss proposed improvements along Interstate 485 between I-77 and Independence Boulevard (US 74). The proposed improvements will add one express lane in each direction along this 17-mile stretch of Interstate 485. Express Lanes are designated lanes that allow motorists to avoid traffic congestion by offering a choice to pay a toll and use the express lanes for more reliable travel times. Motorists that do not choose to pay the toll may continue using general purpose lanes for free.

The meeting dates and times are as follows:
 
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
4 - 7 p.m.
CPCC Levine Campus - Building II
2800 Campus Ridge Road, Matthews, N.C.

Thursday, July 26, 2018
4 - 7 p.m.
Pineville United Methodist Church 
110 S. Polk St., Pineville, N.C.


Charlotte Food System Study Holding Final Meetings on July 24
Staff resource: Pamela Wideman, Housing & Neighborhood Services Director, 704-336-3488,
Housing & Neighborhood Services is facilitating a presentation by Karen Karp & Partners (KK&P) and team, who will present recommendations on the city’s food system at two meetings on Tuesday, July 24.
 
9 – 11 a.m. 
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center (meeting chamber). 
This meeting is city staff and stakeholders.

6 – 8 p.m. 
UNCC Center City Campus - 320 E. Ninth St. 
This will be a public meeting open to all city residents.
 
KK&P teamed with Suede Onion, Charlotte Mecklenburg Food Policy Council and the Family Agriculture Resource Management Services (FARMS) to analyze Charlotte’s food system including farmers, markets, consumers, food access and food distribution. This is the culmination of a year’s work including extensive stakeholder interviews, focus groups and research.  

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