Mobile Government

CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS: Minutes and Agendas


 Subscribe to RSS Feed - Council Agendas


The City Council meets every Tuesday


9:00 a.m. - Pre Council Meeting in the Council Conference Room on the 9th Floor of the South Tower in Government Plaza.

10:30 a.m. - The Council Meeting begins in Government Plaza Auditorium on the First Floor.


Council minutes for Apr 12, 2016

MUNICIPAL BUILDING, MOBILE, ALABAMA, APRIL 12, 2016

The Council of the City of Mobile, Alabama, met in the Pre-Council Conference Room of the Mobile Government Plaza on Tuesday, April 12, 2016, at 9:00 a.m.

Present:
Chairman: Gregory
Councilmembers: Richardson, Manzie, Small, Rich, Williams and Daves
Absent: None

The meeting was called to order. The Council reviewed and discussed the agenda for their meeting to be held today at 10:30 a.m.

The Presiding Officer adjourned the meeting.

Approved:

_______________________________
PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL

_______________________________
CITY CLERK


MUNICIPAL BUILDING, MOBILE, ALABAMA, APRIL 12, 2016

The Council of the City of Mobile, Alabama, met in the Auditorium of the Mobile Government Plaza on Tuesday, April 12, 2016, at 10:30 a.m., in regular meeting.

The meeting was called to order by City Clerk Lisa C. Lambert.

Reverend Charlotte V. Greene, Bethel AME Church, offered an invocation.

The Presiding Officer led the Pledge of Allegiance.

Present on Roll Call:

Chairman: Gregory
Councilmembers: Williams, Manzie, Small, Daves, Rich and Richardson
Absent: None

STATEMENT OF RULES BY COUNCIL PRESIDENT:

The Presiding Officer stated that all cell phones must be turned off and dispensed with reading the following Rules concerning communications with the City Council with the exception of #1 and #4:

1) Any person desiring to address the Council must register upon entering the meeting area. When addressing the Council, the speaker must state his/her name and address.

2) Each speaker is allowed five minutes to address the Council. A bell will sound to indicate the end of four minutes. One minute is allowed for summarizing. The second bell indicates the time has expired.

3) To maintain decorum, there will be no undue applause and/or public outcry allowed.

4) When addressing the Council, there is to be no personal address to any individual Councilmember. All statements are to be made to the Chair who will recognize any Councilmember who wishes to respond.

5) Any person desiring to speak to the Council on a non-agenda item must contact the City Clerk's Office no later than 2:00 p.m. on the Thursday prior to the Council Meeting. The subject he/she wishes to address must be identified. Any person attending the meeting who has not given proper notice to the Clerk's Office and wishes to speak on a non-agenda item will not be allowed to address the Council.

6) Those persons desiring to speak on agenda items must indicate the resolution, ordinance, appeal, or public hearing item on arrival when signing in for the meeting.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

The minutes of the meeting of April 5, 2016, were approved as submitted.

COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE MAYOR:

Mayor Stimpson recognized Officer Joseph Hand as “Officer of the Month” for March 2016.

Mayor Stimpson also recognized Certified Golf Course Superintendent Brian Aaron and Urban Forestry Superintendent Gerard McCants as “Employees of the Month” for March 2016.

Mayor Stimpson reported the switch was flipped on Friday for new up-lights on key oak trees in Bienville Square. These new lights will brighten up citizens and visitors' experience in Bienville Square and Downtown Mobile. Mayor Stimpson thanked the Downtown Park Conservancy for their commitment to revitalizing this park and the Van Antwerp Family for their generous donation.

Mayor Stimpson mentioned that he had the opportunity to meet twenty members of the Malaysian Timber Council. They dined at Dauphin’s on top of the BankTrust building and were very impressed with Mobile.

Mayor Stimpson stated that last week he participated in the quarterly meeting of the Mayors of the five (5) largest Alabama cities (Birmingham, Montgomery, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa Mobile) in Montgomery. The group is focused on infrastructure and the tax credit for blighted structures.

Mayor Stimpson announced Monday, April 25, 2016 Jet Blue will be the recipient of the first AirBus A-320 built in Mobile.

Mayor Stimpson expressed congratulations to Dr. Tim Smith who will replace Dr. Mark Foley as the President of the University of Mobile.

Councilmember Gregory and Mayor Stimpson read a proclamation declaring Friday, April 15, 2016 as “Greer’s Market Day.” Lucy Greer and other members of the Greer family accepted the proclamation.

Councilmembers Richardson, Small, Williams, Daves and Rich joined in congratulating the Greer family.

ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA:

Councilmember Rich moved for the adoption of the agenda, which motion was seconded by Councilmember Williams, and the vote was as follows:

Ayes: Richardson, Manzie, Small, Williams, Daves, Rich and Gregory
Nays: None

The vote was then announced by the City Clerk, whereupon the Presiding Officer declared the agenda adopted.

APPEALS:

1.) The Council considered the request of Dr. Henry W. Roberts, II, The Life Center CDC, for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance at 658 Donald Street (Michael Figures Park) on May 28, 2016, from 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. (District 1).

Councilmember Richardson commented that this a good event for the community and that crime in this area has decreased for two (2) years in a row.

There being no objections, Councilmember Rich moved that the waiver be granted, which motion was seconded by Councilmember Gregory, and the vote was as follows:

Ayes: Richardson, Manzie, Small, Williams, Daves, Rich and Gregory
Nays: None

The vote was then announced by the City Clerk, whereupon the Presiding Officer declared the waiver granted.

2.) The Council considered the request of Dewayne and Darrius McGrew, 251 Thrill Seekers, for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance at 2714 Mill Street on April 15, 2016, from 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (District 1).

There being no objections, Councilmember Rich moved that the waiver be granted, which motion was seconded by Councilmember Gregory, and the vote was as follows:

Ayes: Richardson, Manzie, Small, Williams, Daves, Rich and Gregory
Nays: None

The vote was then announced by the City Clerk, whereupon the Presiding Officer declared the waiver granted.

3.) The Council considered the request of Mobile Pops for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance at Medal of Honor Park on April 16, 2016, from 7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. (District 6).

Councilmember Rich encouraged everyone to attend the Mobile Pops concert.

There being no objections, Councilmember Rich moved that the waiver be granted, which motion was seconded by Councilmember Gregory, and the vote was as follows:

Ayes: Richardson, Manzie, Small, Williams, Daves, Rich and Gregory
Nays: None

The vote was then announced by the City Clerk, whereupon the Presiding Officer declared the waiver granted.

4.) The Council considered the request of the Ridge Field Neighborhood Association for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance at Fall Church Road on April 17, 2016, from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. (District 6).

There being no objections, Councilmember Rich moved that the waiver be granted, which motion was seconded by Councilmember Gregory, and the vote was as follows:

Ayes: Richardson, Manzie, Small, Williams, Daves, Rich and Gregory
Nays: None

The vote was then announced by the City Clerk, whereupon the Presiding Officer declared the waiver granted.

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

PUBLIC HEARING TO REZONE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2724 OLD SHELL ROAD AND 104 AND 106 BAY SHORE AVENUE (NORTHEAST CORNER OF OLD SHELL ROAD AND BAY SHORE AVENUE) FROM LB-2, B-2 AND R-1 TO B-2, TO ALLOW A RETAIL BUSINESS AND RESTAURANT.

The Presiding Officer announced that today was the day for the public hearing to rezone property located at 2724 Old Shell Road and 104 and 106 Bay Shore Avenue and asked if there was anyone present to speak for or against this matter.

President of the Midtown Mobile Movement Ashley Dukes, 1855 Dauphin Street, noted that her organization supports the rezoning.

Councilmember Richardson commented that this will be a great asset to the community.

The Presiding Officer declared the hearing concluded and that the necessary ordinance authorizing the proper action would be introduced later in the meeting.

PUBLIC HEARING TO DETERMINE IF THE STRUCTURE AT 2513 GREENLAWN DRIVE IS A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND ORDER IT REPAIRED OR DEMOLISHED.

The Presiding Officer announced that today was the day for the public hearing to determine if the structure located at 2513 Greenlawn Drive is a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished and asked if there was anyone present to speak for or against this matter. No one appeared

The Presiding Officer declared the haring concluded and that the necessary ordinance authorizing the proper action would be introduced later in the meeting.

PUBLIC HEARING TO DETEMRINE IF THE STRUCTURE AT 252-A CUBA STREET IS A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND ORDER IT REPAIRED OR DEMOLISHED.

The Presiding Officer announced that today was the day for the public hearing to determine is the structure located at 252-A Cuba Street is a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished and asked if there was anyone present to speak for or against this matter.

Earl Harris, 2363 Dogwood Drive, stated that he is working with David Daughenbaugh and has gotten a permit to repair the structurees at 252-A and 252-B Cuba Street.

The Presiding Officer declared the hearing concluded and that the necessary ordinance authorizing the proper action would be introduced later in the meeting.

PUBLIC HEARING TO DETERMINE IF THE STRUCTURE AT 252-B CUBA STREET IS A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND ORDER IT REPAIRED OR DEMOLISHED.

The Presiding Officer announced that today was the day for the public hearing to determine if the structure at 252-B Cuba Street is a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished and asked if there was anyone present to speak for or against this matter.

The Presiding Officer declared the hearing concluded and that the necessary resolution authorizing the proper action would be introduced later in the meeting.

PUBLIC HEARING TO DETERMINE IF THE STRUCTURE AT 305 CLAY STREET IS A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND ORDER IT REPAIRED OR DEMOLISHED.

The Presiding Officer announced that today was the day for the public hearing to determine if the structure at 305 Clay Street is a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished and asked if there was anyone present to speak for or against this matter.

No one appeared.

The Presiding Officer declared the hearing concluded and that the necessary resolution authorizing the proper action would be introduced later in the meeting.

PUBLIC HEARING TO DETERMINE IF THE STRUCTURE AT 1304 CHISAM AVENUE IS A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND ORDER IT REPAIRED OR DEMOLISHED.

The Presiding Officer announced that today was the day for the public hearing to determine if the structure at 1304 Chisam Avenue is a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished and asked if there was anyone present to speak for or against this matter.

No one appeared.

The Presiding Officer declared the hearing concluded and that the necessary resolution authorizing the proper action would be introduced later in the meeting.

PUBLIC HEARING TO DETERMINE IF THE STRUCTURE AT 1101 CHINQUAPIN STREET IS A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND ORDER IT REPAIRED OR DEMOLISHED.

The Presiding Officer announced that today was the day for the public hearing to determine if the structure at 1101 Chinquapin Street is a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished and asked if there was anyone present to speak for or against this matter.

No one appeared.

The Presiding Officer declared the hearing concluded and that the necessary resolution authorizing the proper action would be introduced later in the meeting.

PUBLIC HEARING TO DETERMINE IF THE STRUCTURE AT 1854 CALMES STREET IS A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND ORDER IT REPAIRED OR DEMOLISHED.

The Presiding Officer announced that today was the day for the public hearing to determine if the structure at 1854 Calmes Street is a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished and asked if there was anyone present to speak for or against this matter.

No one appeared.

The Presiding Officer declared the hearing concluded and that the necessary resolution authorizing the proper action would be introduced later in the meeting.

PUBLIC HEARING TO DETERMINE IF THE STRUCTURE AT 910 MARINE STREET IS A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND ORDER IT REPAIRED OR DEMOLISHED.

The Presiding Officer announced that today was the day for the public hearing to determine if the structure at 910 Marine Street is a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished and asked if there was anyone present to speak for or against this matter.

No one appeared.

The Presiding Officer declared the hearing concluded and that the necessary resolution authorizing the proper action would be introduced later in the meeting.

PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER SERVICE REDUCTIONS RECOMMENDED FOR THE WAVE TRANSIT SYSTEM.

The Presiding Officer announced that today was the day for the public hearing to consider service reductions recommended for the WAVE Transit System and asked if there was anyone present to speak for or against this matter.

Councilmember Gregory asked Executive Director of Finance Paul Wesch to explain the process in determining the reductions.

Paul Wesch began by stating the time line and how the recommendations were formulated:

“This began with a budget amendment in September that reduced the subsidy to the Wave by $703,640.00. I want you to know that the administration aligned with the Council’s recommendation from day one. We began meeting with McDonald Transit, both the local and national management of McDonald and with the PFM Group, our city’s financial advisor, to talk about what was possible and what wasn’t.

The first thing that became clear was that the budgeted savings could not be achieved without exceeding the thresholds for a formal Federal Transportation Administration process for amending our plan which involves a lengthy period of time to come up with a plan, then a public hearing that engages the community, political leaders, as well as riders of the WAVE and others. That public hearing was held on February 25, 2016 and actually had about four-hundred, fifty people in attendance; jurisdictional leaders from across the region as well as employees of the WAVE and the general citizenry and riders. It then became apparent that we would have to go through a comment period during which what was presented at the public hearing was digested by the administration and the WAVE in terms of being able to address comments that seemed to have weight and substance that first came up as a result of the hearing or the comment process.

Finally, the plan has to be approved by the governing body of the City which is why we are here today. I think it is essential to note two things about the WAVE. Number one is when you weigh the revenues and expenditures of the WAVE divided by the number of people who take one-way trips on the WAVE, a trip on bus system costs about eleven dollars one-way, per person. The riders pay about one dollar of that on average. We receive federal subsidies that amount to about a three dollar participation and the City on average subsidizes the operations by seven dollars.

For a number of years the WAVE has serviced areas outside of our City limits; jurisdictions in Mobile County, both within the cities of Prichard and Chickasaw, also in the county outside of city limits. It is essential to know that really there has been no operational support from any of those jurisdictions over the years. In fairness to the leaders of those jurisdictions we simply have not asked in a long time. SARPC has a history of having asked on occasion. They have been re-buffed by those jurisdictions. In all fairness to those jurisdictions, this came as much of a surprise as anybody.

The other essential thing to know is how our citizens are served. (Mr. Wesch asks Ms. Kessler for map.) This is a map that indicates where bus service is available to the citizens. The green circles are one half diameter service areas around any particular bus stop. That indicates on average how far people will walk to get to the bus. Some people will walk miles to get to the bus. Some people have a difficulty walking a quarter of a mile. On average we assign a half mile radius to each of those bus stops. As you see, many of them link together where bus stops are fairly close together. In other cases, the bus line may go through your neighborhood, but you can’t get on that bus because it doesn’t stop near where you are. So that is why we use the diameters.

To come to a conclusion not all of Mobile is served by the WAVE, in fact, probably less than half. That is another way we weighed whether we are doing a good job for our citizens in serving outside the City limits. In addition to our financial advisor and WAVE management, we also engaged with SARPC and the Federal Transportation Administration; first to see if there was any way to get emergency federal funding to restore some of the service that would have to be reduced in order to achieve our budgeted savings. We also met with representatives from Mobile County, the City of Prichard and the City of Chickasaw, not to demand their participation in the subsidizing of the system, but to simply ask if they would like to talk about that and there was not an ability or inclination at the time to participate.

In the process going forward, after engagement of our political leadership and leadership in jurisdictions outside the City, the WAVE began to engineer possible cost savings, through route reduction and a reduction of service hours. They really had two watch words during that process. One to de-emphasize lower ridership routes, either hours of service or routes that were being underutilized compared to others. Number two was to resolve difficult decisions in favor of our citizens.

The recommended changes themselves are attached to the resolution. You can read those, but essentially what occurred was that inside the City was a consolidation of motor routes; the two downtown with the jury shuttle. One of the comments we had received was from the Circuit Judges about the relative health of people they have on jury duty and the necessity of being able to get them to the Court House. Another comment that came through the public hearing and comment process was to take all steps necessary to try to restore any service hours that were proposed to be reduced within the city limits and the WAVE was able to do that.

Routes seven and nine, which are wholly contained within city limits, will now have full service through the evening hours. There are two routes that start in the city limits and go outside city limits that were recommended for a reduction in after 7:00 p.m. service. These are still recommended to be reduced. In addition, route ten will eliminate service to the Chickasaw Center, route sixteen will eliminate service to the Eight Mile Shopping Center and Happy Hills. The route twenty circulator will be eliminated. It is a non-fixed route that has extremely low level of service in the south part of the city and Mobile county. Route twelve will be altered to eliminate service to Bel Air Mall. There are other bus routes into Bel Air Mall. That change was made so we could add one to go to McGowin Shopping Center. In a nutshell those are the route changes. Tyrone Parker is here to address any specific questions you may have about any specific route. Ms. Kessler is here to address anything about the process or legal framework we have to live within to get to this point.”

Councilmember Daves asked Mr. Wesch to comment on whether Mobile spends significantly more money on transportation than the cities of Montgomery and Hunstville which are comparable in size to Mobile

Mr. Wesch confirmed that to be true.

Councilmember Daves then asked Mr. Wesch since the WAVE subsidy has increased, how that compares to the growth in the City’s revenues.

Mr. Wesch responded that he believes the percentage of the City’s general fund budget that the WAVE absorbs is more than what it was ten (10) or fifteen (15) years ago.

Councilmember Daves asked Mr. Wesch if the route reductions would affect the federal funding to the City.

Mr. Wesch responded that it would not affect federal funding in the near future, but since some of the operation funding from the federal government is based on miles of ridership that future years funding could be reduced.

City of Prichard Mayor Troy Ephriam and Councilmembers Ossia Edwards and Severia Campbell-Morris voiced their concerns regarding the city of Prichard not being given enough notice of the proposed changes with the WAVE. All three leaders stated they are willing to work with the WAVE if given fair notice and enough time to plan.

Mayor Ephriam noted that he has on record letters showing the City of Prichard asking for reconsideration of a decision.

Councilmember Rich asked Mayor Ephriam if when the City of Mobile’s administration came to him was he given an amount of funding that would be needed to help Prichard’s participation.

Mayor Ephriam answered that the first amount of $45,000.00 was well beyond Prichard’s budgeted amount.

The following spoke in opposition of Resolution 60-217:
1. Tomika Williams, 6060 Southbend Drive, N.
2. Antonette Bryant, 10000 New Hamshire Boulevard, Silver Springs, MD
3. Antonie Maiben, 1111 E. I-64 Service Road, S.
4. Latonya Reese, 6128 Sperry Road, Theodore, AL
5. Angela Langster, 1669 Warbler Drive
6. Kammie Greene, 600 S. Washington Avenue
7. Beverly Jo Jones, 420 First Avenue, Saraland, AL
8. Ellen Carter, 57 11th Avenue, Chickasaw, AL
9. Tonya Keeler, 5481 Gunn Road
10. Darlene Gizy-Allen, 6417 Zeigler Boulevard
11. Janice Lewis, 2120 Wolf Ridge Road
12. Winnie Walker, 4905 Brook Court
13. Virginia Young, 351 Conti Street
14. Zurich Edwards, 1970 Leroy Stevens Road
15. Herb Wagner, 732 Jemison Street
16. Amelie Neese, 4361 Birchwood Drive, W.
17. Paula Edmiston, 631 Conti Street
18. Timothy D. Hollis, 1924 Seale Street
19. William Simmons, 2323 Smiley Lane, Prichard, AL
20. Linda Ankrom, 1617 Robert E. Lee Street
21. Velma Lee Freeman, 1812 Wolf Ridge Road
22. Denise Martin, 3660 Martha Court
23. Ronald Cook, 304 Bay Shore Avenue
24. Julie Andriangoules, 1624 Crestwood Drive
25. Ross Holladay, 609 Conti Street

The Presiding Officer declared the hearing concluded and that the necessary resolution authorizing the proper action would be introduced later in the meeting.

PRESENTATION OF PETITIONS AND OTHER COMMUNICATIONS TO THE COUNCIL:

AGENDA ITEMS:

None

NON-AGENDA ITEMS:

Bill Havens, 656 Azalea Road, #315, spoke regarding the traffic problems at Airport Boulevard and McGregor Avenue.

Councilmember Daves advised Mr. Havens that plans are in the works to improve the flow of traffic in that area.

ORDINANCES HELD OVER:

REZONE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 4501 RUTGERS ROAD (SOUTH SIDE OF RUTGERS ROAD, 630’ ± SOUTH SIDE OF RUTGERS ROAD, 630’ ± WEST OF TUFTS ROAD) FROM R-1 TO B-2 TO ACCOMMODATE PROPOSED FUTURE BUSINESSES. The following ordinance which was introduced and read at the regular meeting of Tuesday, April 5, 2016, and held over until the regular meeting of Tuesday, April 12, 2016, was called up by the Presiding Officer.

ORDINANCE: 64-014-2016

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MOBILE AS FOLLOWS:

Section One: That the Ordinance commonly known as the Zoning Ordinance and adopted on May 16, 1967, together with the Zoning Map of the City of Mobile, 1967, be, and same hereby is changed and altered in respect to that certain property in the City of Mobile, State of Alabama, described as follows to-wit:

LOT 44, EVERGREEN GARDENS, UNIT H, AS RECORDED IN MAP BOOK 5, PAGE 699, IN THE OFFICE OF THE JUDGE OF PROBATE COURT, MOBILE COUNTY, ALABAMA.

The classification of said property is hereby changed from R-1, Single-Family Residential District, to B-2, Neighborhood Business District, and it shall hereafter be lawful to construct on such property any structures permitted by the Ordinance of May 16, 1967, commonly known as the Zoning Ordinance and to use said premises for any use permitted by the terms of said Ordinance in a B-2, provided, however, that the plans for any structure or building sought to be erected on said property shall be in compliance with the building laws of the City of Mobile, and that any structure shall be approved by the Building Inspector of the City of Mobile, and that any such structure be erected only in compliance with such laws, including the requirements of said Zoning Ordinance of May 6, 1967, and further provided, however, that no lot or parcel of land herein above described shall be used for any use allowed in a B-2, until all of the conditions set forth below have been complied with: 1) full compliance with the voluntary use conditions provided by the applicant; commercial site development requirements of all applicable city codes and ordinances; and 3) provision of a 6' wooden privacy fence where the site abuts residentially zoned property.

Section Two: This Ordinance shall be in force and effect from and after its adoption and publication.

The resolution was read by the City Clerk; whereupon Councilmember Williams moved that the resolution be adopted, which was seconded by Councilmember Richardson, and the vote was as follows:

Ayes: Richardson, Manzie, Small, Williams, Daves, Rich and Gregory
Nays: None

The vote was then announced by the City Clerk, whereupon the Presiding Officer declared the resolution adopted.

REZONE PROPERTY AT 4484 RUTGERS ROAD (NORTH SIDE OF RUTGERS ROAD, 450’ ± WEST OF TUFTS ROAD) FROM 4-1 TO B-1, TO ALLOW AN OFFICE FOR A TREE TRIMMING SERVICE. The following ordinance which was introduced and read at the regular meeting of Tuesday, April 5, 2016, and held over until the regular meeting of Tuesday, April 12, 2016.

ORDINANCE: 64-015-2016

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MOBILE AS FOLLOWS:

Section One: That the Ordinance commonly known as the Zoning Ordinance and adopted on May 16, 1967, together with the Zoning Map of the City of Mobile, 1967, be, and the same hereby is changed and altered in respect to that certain property in the City of Mobile, State of Alabama, described as follows to-wit:

LOT 44, EVERGREEN GARDENS, UNIT II, AS RECORDED IN MAP BOOK 5, PAGE 699 IN THE OFFICE OF THE JUDGE OF PROBATE COURT, MOBILE COUNTY, ALABAMA.

The classification of said property is hereby changed from R-1, Single-Family Residential District, to B-1, Buffer Business District, and it shall hereafter be lawful to construct on such property any structures permitted by the Ordinance of May 16, 1967, commonly known as the Zoning Ordinance and to use said premises for any use permitted by the terms of said Ordinance in a B-1, Buffer Business District, provided, however, that the plans for any structure or building sought to be erected on said property shall be in compliance with the building laws of the City of Mobile, and that any structure shall be approved by the Building Inspector of the City of Mobile, and that any such structure be erected only in compliance with such laws, including the requirements of said Zoning Ordinance of May 16, 1967, and further provided, however, that no lot or parcel of land herein above described shall be used for any use allowed in a B-1, Buffer Business District, until all of the conditions set forth below have been complied with: 1) full compliance with the voluntary use conditions provided by the applicant; 2) outside storage allowed with the following restrictions: construction storage area shall be completely screened by a 6' privacy fence; all materials stored shall not be stacked higher than 6'; heavy equipment such as bull dozers, dump trucks, etc. are not allowed; 3) use and development of the site to comply with all commercial site requirements; and full compliance with all municipal codes and ordinances.

Section Two: This Ordinance shall be in force and effect from and after its adoption and
publication.

The resolution was read by the City Clerk; whereupon Councilmember Williams moved that the resolution be adopted, which was seconded by Councilmember Gregory, and the vote was as follows:

Ayes: Richardson, Manzie, Small, Williams, Daves, Rich and Gregory
Nays: None

The vote was then announced by the City Clerk, whereupon the Presiding Officer declared the resolution adopted.

REZONE PROPERTY AT 5680 LARUE STEINER TOAD (NORTH SIDE OF LARUE STEINER ROAD, 375 ± WEST OF U.S. HIGHWAY 90 WEST) FROM B-3 TO I-1, TO ACCOMMODATEPROPOSED FUTURE BUSINESSES. The following resolution which was introduced and read at the regular meeting of Tuesday, April 5, 2016, and held over until the regular meeting of Tuesday, April 12, 2016, was called up by the Presiding Officer.

ORDINANCE: 64-016-2016

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MOBILE AS FOLLOWS:

Section One: That the Ordinance commonly known as the Zoning Ordinance and adopted on May 16, 1967, together with the Zoning Map of the City of Mobile, 1967, be, and same hereby is changed and altered in respect to that certain property in the City of Mobile, State of Alabama, described as follows to-wit:

LOT 5, STEINER PROPERTIES SUBDIVISION, AS RECORDED IN MAP BOOK 86, PAGE 67, IN THE OFFICE OF THE JUDGE OF PROBATE COURT, MOBILE COUNTY, ALABAMA.
The classification of said property is hereby changed from B-3, Community Business District, to I-1, Light Industry District, and it shall hereafter be lawful to construct on such property any structures permitted by the Ordinance of May 16, 1967, commonly known as the Zoning Ordinance and to use said premises for any use permitted by the terms of said Ordinance in a I-1, Light Industry District, provided, however, that the plans for any structure or building sought to be erected on said property shall be in compliance with the building laws of the City of Mobile, and that any structure shall be approved by the Building Inspector of the City of Mobile, and that any such structure be erected only in compliance with such laws, including the requirements of said Zoning Ordinance of May 16, 1967, and further provided, however, that no lot or parcel of land herein above described shall be used for any use allowed in a I-1, Light Industry District, until all of the conditions set forth below have been complied with: 1) full compliance with all applicable codes and ordinances.

Section Two: This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its adoption publication

The resolution was read by the City Clerk; whereupon Councilmember Williams moved that the resolution be adopted, which was seconded by Councilmember Gregory, and the vote was as follows:

Ayes: Richardson, Manzie, Small, Williams, Daves, Rich and Gregory
Nays: None

The vote was then announced by the City Clerk, whereupon the Presiding Officer declared the resolution adopted.

RESOLUTIONS HELD OVER:

RESOLUTION TO APPROVE SERVICE REDUCTIONS RECOMMENDED FOR THE WAVE TRANSIT SYSTEM. The following ordinance was introduced by Councilmember Daves.

RESOLUTION: 60-217-2016

Sponsored by: Councilmember Daves and Mayor Stimpson

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MOBILE, ALABAMA, that the City Council hereby approves service reductions recommended for the WAVE Transit System. A copy of said recommendations are on file in the office of the City Clerk.

Councilmember Small voiced his concerns regarding the management of money at the WAVE Transit System. Councilmember Small also stated that at budget time he was not made aware that the budget cuts to the WAVE Transit System would result in reduced service to the citizens.

Councilmember Rich indicated that a good city has a good transportation system and that our city needs to grow in this area.

Councilmember Richardson advised that he was also not aware that the proposed budget cuts to the WAVE would result in reduced service. Councilmember Richardson supports the formation of a transit authority and looking into more funding possibilities.

The resolution was read by the City Clerk; whereupon Councilmember Daves moved that the resolution be adopted, which was seconded by Councilmember Richardson, and the vote was as follows:

Ayes: Richardson, Williams, Daves, Rich and Gregory
Nays: Manzie and Small

The vote was then announced by the City Clerk, whereupon the Presiding Officer declared the resolution adopted.

AUTHORIZE AMENDMENT #10 TO THE AGREEMENT WITH TYLER TECHNOLOGIES (ONE-TIME $85,430.00; $20,000.OO; ANNUAL, $58,710.00) (CO173; CITY-WIDE). The following resolution was introduced by Councilmember Daves.

RESOLUTION: 01-240-2016

Sponsored by: Councilmember Rich and Mayor Stimpson

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MOBILE AS FOLLOWS:

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MOBILE, ALABAMA, that the Mayor and the City Clerk be, and they hereby are, authorized and directed to execute and attest, respectively, for and on behalf of the City of Mobile, Amendment No. 10 (Trancite Scene PD software for Public Safety) to the Agreement dated October 28, 2014, between City of Mobile and Tyler Technologies, Inc., as outlined in Amendment No. 10 attached hereto and made a part hereof as though set forth in full herein. A copy of said agreement is on file in the office of the City Clerk.

The resolution was read by the City Clerk; whereupon Councilmember Daves moved that the resolution be adopted, which was seconded by Councilmember Richardson, and the vote was as follows:

Ayes: Richardson, Manzie, Small, Williams, Daves, Rich and Gregory
Nays: None

The vote was then announced by the City Clerk, whereupon the Presiding Officer declared the resolution adopted.

AUTHORIZE CONTRACT WITH THE M. LACY CONTRACTING, INC. FOR HERNDON PARK IMPROVEMENTS-RESTROOM, $230,933.00 (D1; CO168). The following ordinance was introduced by Councilmember Daves.

RESOLUTION: 21-242-2016

Sponsored by: Councilmember Richardson and Mayor Stimpson

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF MOBILE, ALABAMA, that the Mayor and the City Clerk be, and they hereby are, authorized and directed to execute and attest, respectively, for and on behalf of the City of Mobile, a Contract, by and between the City of Mobile, and the company listed below, for work as outlined in the contract attached hereto and made a part hereof as though set forth in full. A copy of said contract is on file in the office of the City Clerk.

Name of company: M. Lacy Contracting, Inc.

Project name: Herndon Park Improvements – Restroom

Project number PR-107-15

Amount: $230,933.00

The resolution was read by the City Clerk; whereupon Councilmember Daves moved that the resolution be adopted, which was seconded by Councilmember Richardson, and the vote was as follows:

Ayes: Richardson, Manzie, Small, Williams, Daves, Rich and Gregory
Nays: None

The vote was then announced by the City Clerk, whereupon the Presiding Officer declared the resolution adopted.

SUSPENSION OF RULES FOR IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCES BEING INTRODUCED FOR FIRST TIME:

ORDINANCES BEING INTRODUCED:

SUSPENSION OF RULES FOR IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCES BEING INTRODUCED FOR FIRST TIME:

Councilmember Richardson moved for the suspension of the rules for the immediate consideration of Ordinance 34-017. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Daves, and the vote was as follows:

Ayes: Richardson, Manzie, Small, Williams, Daves, Rich and Gregory
Nays: None

The Presiding Officer declared unanimous consent granted for the item.

LEVY TAXES FOR TAX YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2016, ON ALL REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY AND INTANGIBLES WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITES OF THE CITY OF MOBILE. The following ordinance was introduced by Councilmember Manzie.

Ordinance: 34-017-2016

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MOBILE, ALABAMA, as follows:

SECTION 1: For the purpose of paying the expenses of the City Government, the Council of the City of Mobile does hereby lay, levy, and assess for the municipal tax beginning October 1, 2016, and for successive tax years, ad valorem taxes on all personal property and intangibles located within the corporate limits of the City, including, without limitations, property situated in the following described areas corporate limits of the City of Mobile, and which may be subjected to municipal ad valorem taxes under the Constitution and Laws of the State of Alabama, viz:

Commencing at the intersection of the west harbor line of Mobile River and the township line between Township 3 south and Township 4 south; thence eastwardly along said township line to the point where the same intersects the east shore line of Blakely Island on Polecat Bay; thence southwardly along the meanders of the said east shore line of Blakely Island and the north shore line of the Mobile Bay Bridge Causeway to a point on said north shore line of said Causeway where said shore line is intersected by the North-South Coordinate Line 336,000 of the Transverse Mercator Projection for Alabama West Zone as used officially on Maps of the Mobile Bay area by the United States Corps of Engineers; thence south along said coordinate line to the point of its intersection with the south boundary line of Township 4 South, thence westwardly along said township line between Township 4 south and Township 5 south to the point where the same intersect- the north right-of-way line of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad; thence northwestwardly along the north right-of-way line of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad to the west bank of Dog River; thence northwestwardly along the west bank of Dog River to the north bank of Bolton Branch; thence northwestwardly along the north bank of Bolton Branch to the range line between Range 1 west and Range 2 west of the St. Stephen Meridian; thence due north along said range line to the southwest corner of Section , Township 4 south, Range 1 west of the St. Stephens Meridian; thence east along the south line of Section 6, and continue east along the south line of Section 5 of said Township 4 south, Range 1 west in a straight line to the southeast line of Alley No. 1 (Prichard Lane); thence northeastwardly along the south property line of Alley No. 1 (Prichard Lane) to the point where the same intersects the east property line of College Avenue; thence southeastwardly along the east and north property lines of College Avenue to the north property line of Sweeney's Lane; thence southwestwardly along the north property line of Sweeney's Lane to the west bank of Toulmin's Branch; thence southeastwardly along the west bank of Toulmin's Branch to a point directly west of the south boundary line to the City of Prichard; thence eastwardly, northwardly and eastwardly, along the boundary line of the City of Prichard to the southeast corner of the Craftview Court Subdivisions; thence directly eastwardly to the point of Intersection of the west boundary line of West Highlands Subdivision; thence northwardly along the west boundary line of West Highlands Subdivision to the north boundary line of said Subdivision; thence eastwardly along the north boundary line of said Subdivision to the west right-of-way line of Telegraph Road; thence northwestwardly along said right-of-way line to the south right-of-way line of the Bay Bridge Road; thence eastwardly along said south right-of-way line to the east right-of-way line of the Southern Railroad; thence northwestwardly along the east right-of-way line of the Southern Railroad to the point where the same intersects the township line between Township 3 South and Township 4 South; and thence eastwardly to the point of beginning at the intersection of said township line and the west harbor line of Mobile River.

"B"

Commencing at the intersection of the south right-of-way line of Bay Bridge Road with the easy right-of-way line of the Southern Railroad; run thence eastwardly along the south right-of-way line of said Bay Bridge Road to its intersection with the center line of Paper Mill Road projected south; run thence northwardly, northwestwardly and westwardly, along the center line of Paper Mill Road projected southwardly and the center line of Paper Mill Road to its intersection with the Eastern City Limits of Prichard; run thence southwardly and eastwardly along the City Limits of Prichard to the point of beginning.

"C"

Commencing at a point where the north line of Section 7, Township 4 south, Range 1 west intersects the east right-of-way line of Federal Interstate Highway 1-65 (Belt Line Highway); run thence east along the north line of Section 7 and Section 8, Township 4 south, range 1 west to the east right-of-way line of Mobile Street; run thence northeastwardly along the east line of said Mobile Street and the east line of Prichard Avenue west to the Prichard City Limits; run thence northwestwardly along the boundary lines between Mobile and Prichard to where the same intersects the southeast right-of-way line of Federal Interstate Highway 1-65 (Belt Line Highway); run thence southwestwardly along the south and east right-of-way line of said Federal Interstate Highway 1-65 to the point of beginning.

“D”

Commencing at the northeast corner of the northwest one-quarter of the northwest one quarter of Section 34, Township 3 south, Range 1 west; thence run southwardly, eastwardly, southwardly, westwardly, and southwardly along the Mobile-Prichard city limits line to the north line of Paper Mill Road (Diaz Street); run thence eastward and southwardly along the north and east lines of Paper Mill Road to the line between Township 3 south and Township 4 south; run thence east along the line between Township 3 south and Township 4 south to the west bank of Mobile River; run thence northwardly along the west bank of Mobile River and Chickasaw Creek to the north line of Sections 34 and 35, Township 3 south, Range 1 west extended eastward; run thence west along the north line of Section 35 and 34, Township 3 south, Range 1 west to the point of beginning.

“E”

Commencing at the northwest corner of the northeast one-quarter of Section 1, Township 4 south, Range 2 west and run east along the north line of Section 1, Township 4 south, Range 2 west and Section 6, Township 4 south, Range 1 west to the west line of Interstate Highway 1-65; run thence northeastward along the west line of lnterstate Highway 1-65 to the West Prichard City Limits; run thence southward along the Prichard City Limits to the east line of Interstate Highway 1-65; run thence southwestward along the east line of Interstate Highway 1-65 to the south line of Section 6, Township 4 south, Range 1 west; run thence west along the south line of Section 6, Township 4 south, Range 1 west, and Section 1, Township 4 south, Range 2 west to the southwest corner of the southeast one-quarter of Section 1, Township 4 south, Range west; run thence north along the north-south centerline of Section 1, Township 4 south Range 2 west to the point of beginning.

“F”

All portions of any of the territory heretofore described in this Section which was brought into the corporate limits of the City by an election held pursuant to Article 2, Chapter 5, Title 37 of the Code of Alabama 1940, as amended, within ten years next immediately preceding the adoption of this Ordinance and which at the time it was brought within the City was used or occupied as or as a part of a mining, manufacturing, or industrial plant or construction, or which is used or occupied as or as a part of a railroad or street railroad, or for any other quasi-public use, and continues to be so used, and all property having situs of such territory (but not including residences, dwelling houses, storehouses, commissaries, warehouses, or the land on which they are situated) shall be exempt from the taxes levied by this Ordinance for the tax year beginning October 1, 2016.

“G”

Commencing at the northeast corner of the northwest one-quarter of the northwest one-quarter of Section 34, Township 3 South, Range 1 West, said corner being a corner of the City Limits of the City of Mobile and City of Prichard and run thence westwardly, northwardly and eastwardly along the meanderings of the Easterly City Limits of Prichard and Chickasaw to the south right-of-way line of Viaduct Street; thence easterly and southeasterly along the south side of Viaduct Street and Gulf Warrior Road to a point; thence south a distance of 670 feet, more or less, to a point; thence east a distance of 300 feet more or less, to a point on the westward property line of Warrior and Gulf Navigation Company; thence west along said property line 180 feet, more or less, to a point; thence southwesterly along said property line a distance of 650 feet, more or less, to a point; thence run south along the west property line a distance of 1,362.28 feet to a point; thence turn a 90 degree 00' angle to the left and run easterly along the south property line of south property line extended of Warrior and Gulf Navigation Company a distance of 1,600 feet to a point on the centerline of Chickasaw Creek; thence northerly and westerly along the centerline of Chickasaw Creek a distance of 13,200 feet, more or less, to point on the northerly extension of the east property line of Chickasabogue Lumber Company; thence southerly along the northerly extension of and the east property line of Chickasabogue Lumber Company a distance of 350 feet, more or less, to the southeast property corner of Chickasabogue Lumber Company; said point being 100 feet south of the centerline of a railroad spur track; thence run in a westerly direction 100 feet south of and parallel with the centerline of said spur track a distance of 1,516.50 feet to a point on the east property line of T. Lee Robinson; thence south 27 degrees 36' west along the east property line of T. Lee Robinson a distance of 430 feet to the southeast property corner of T. Lee Robinson; thence easterly 100 feet to a point; thence south 14 degrees 21' west along the east property line of O'Neal Steel, Inc., a distance of 1,013.1 feet to a point; thence westerly a distance of 100 feet to a point; thence south 14 degrees 21' west along the east property line of O'Neal Steel, Inc., a distance of 235 feet to the southeast corner of O'Neal Steel, Inc., property; thence southerly and parallel to the east right-of-way of Southern Railroad a distance of 210 feet, more or less, to a point on the Chickasaw City Limits that is 448 feet easterly of and perpendicular to the east right-of-way of Southern Railroad; thence westwardly and northwardly along the meanderings of the Easterly City Limits of Chickasaw to the centerline of Chickasaw Creek; thence eastwardly along the meandering centerline of Chickasaw Creek 1,730 feet, more or less, to a point; thence north 05 degrees, 36' 05" east a distance of 960 feet, more or less, to a point on the south bank of Black Bayou; thence eastwardly along the south bank of Black Bayou 110 feet, more or less, to a point; thence north 05 degrees, 36' 05" west a distance of 4,020 feet, more or less, to a point on the south right-of-way of Industrial Parkway Extension; thence northwestwardly and westwardly along said south right-of-way line a distance of 1,387.63 feet to a point on the east line of Norfolk-Southern Railroad right-of-way; thence north 05 degrees, 36' 05" east along the east right-of-way of Norfolk-Southern Railroad right-of-way a distance of 1,010 feet to a point; thence south 84 degrees 23' 55" east a distance of 100 feet to a point; thence north 05 degrees, 36' 05" east a distance of 190 feet to a point; thence run east along a line parallel with the north line of the southeast quarter of Section 10, Township 3 South, Range 1 West a distance of 4,030 feet to a point lying 765 feet south of the northeast corner of the southeast quarter of Section 10, Township 3 South, Range 1 West; thence run north along the east line of Sections 10 and 3, Township 3 South, Range 1 West a distance of 7,950 feet, more or less to the south bank of Norton's Creek; run thence eastwardly and northwardly along the meanderings of the south and east bank of Norton's Creek to the point where the same meets the south bank of Bayou Sara; run thence eastwardly along the southerly and westerly bank of Bayou Sara to the point of intersect on of the township line between Township 3 south and Township 2 south; run thence long said township line to the east boundary line of Mobile; run thence southwardly along the east boundary line of Mobile County to a point on said boundary 200 feet south of the Tensaw River Bridge on the Mobile Bay Causeway; run thence due west to a point of intersection with the north-south coordinate line 336,000 of the Transverse Mercator Projection for Alabama West Zone as officially used on maps of the Mobile Bay Area by the United States Corps of Engineers; run thence north along said projection line to the north shoreline of the Mobile Bay Causeway; run thence westwardly and northwardly along the north shore line of the Mobile Bay Causeway and along the east shore line of Blakely Island to the point of intersection with the township line between Township 3 south and Township 4 South; run thence westwardly along said township line to the point of intersection with the west harbor line of Mobile River, run thence northwardly along the west harbor line of Mobile River, and the west bank of Chickasabogue Creek to the point of intersection with the north line of Sections 34 and 35 projected eastwardly; run thence westwardly along the north line of Sections 34 and 35 and long said projection to the point of beginning.

Less and except the area described in the Alabama Legislative Act 98-597, that de-annexed and removed from within the boundary lines and corporate limits of the municipality of Mobile the area described in Act 98-597 as:

Commencing at the Southeast corner of Section 2, T3S-R1VV, Mobile County, Alabama; thence -long the East boundary of said Section 2, T3S-R1W run N 01 degrees 35' 03" E 1179.30 feet to a point on the South boundary of Tract "A", Mobile River Coal Handling Facility, Inc. as per instrument from Jacintoport Corporation to Mobile River Coal Handlin. Facility, Inc., dated June 1, 1976 and the North boundary of United Gas Pipe Line right-of-way; said point being the POINT OF BEGINNING of the property herein described; thence along said south boundary of Tract "A", Mobile River Coal Handling Facility, Inc., and said north boundary of United Gas Pipe Line right-of-way run S 89 degrees 02' 57" E 268.44 feet to a point; thence continuing along said south boundary of Tract "A”, Mobile River Coal Handling Facility, Inc., and said North boundary of United Gas Pipe Line right-of-way run S 89 degrees 35' 57" 1817.84 feet to a point; thence continuing along said south boundary of Tract "A", Mobile River Coal Handling Facility, Inc. and said north boundary of United Gas Pipe Line right-of-way run N 00 degrees 24' 03" E 113.90 feet to a point; thence continuing along said south boundary of Tract "A" Mobile River Coal Handling Facility, Inc. and said North boundary of United Gas Pipe Line right-of-way run N 70 degrees 36' 03" E 965.33 feet to a point on the West line of a 25 foot Phillips Petroleum Company easement; thence along said west line of the 25 foot Phillips Petroleum easement run S 01 degrees 12' 36" W 3948.37 feet to a point on the north boundary of the property now or formerly of Southern Railway System, thence along said north boundary of Southern Railway System property run N 89 degrees 42' 50" W 8 50 feet, more or less, to a point on the East line of Section 10, T3S-R1W, Mobile County, Alabama; said point also being on the present corporate limits of the City of Saraland; thence along said West corporate limits of the City of Saraland and along the East line of Sections10 and 3, T3S-R1W, run Northwardly 6850 feet to a point on the centerline of Norton's Creek; thence along the meandering of said centerline of Norton's Creek and along the meandering of the centerline of Bayou Sara run northeastwardly 6850 feet, more or less, to a point on the northward projection of the west boundary of the aforementioned Tract "A", Mobile River Coal Handling Facility, Inc.; thence along said northward projection of and the west boundary of Tract "A". Mobile River Coal Handling Facility, Inc., run S 01 degrees 35' 03" W 4650 feet, more or less, to the southwest corner of said Tract "A", Mobile River Coal Handling Facility, Inc., thence along the south line of said Tract “A” Mobile River Coal Handling Facility, Inc. and said north boundary of United Gas Pipe Line right-of-way run S 89 degrees 02' 57" E 875.05 feet to the point of beginning. Described area contains 1,081 acres, more or less.

“H”

Commencing at the intersection of the southern margin of Dog River and the east right-of-way line of Dauphin Island Parkway (Cedar Point Road), Mobile County, Alabama; thence run south 14 degrees 39' west along said east right-of-way line of Dauphin Island Parkway a distance of 72.31 feet, more or less, to a one-half inch iron rod, thence continue south 14 degrees 39' west along said east right-of-way line a distance of 550.00 feet to the point of beginning; thence run south 75 degrees 21' east a distance of 200.00 feet to a point; thence run north 14 degrees 39' east a distance of 510.00 feet, more or less, to the southern margin of Dog River; thence run eastwardly and southwardly along the southern and western margins respectively of Dog River and Mobile Bay a distance of 1,521.00 feet, more or less, to a point said point being the intersection of the western margin of Mobile Bay and the north line of Lot 1, Block 1 of Bay Division, Hollingers Island, as recorded in Map Book 3, Pages 109-110, of the records on file in the Office of the Judge of Probate Court of Mobile County, Alabama; thence run south 79 degrees 15' west along the north line of said Lot 1 distance of 832.17 feet, more or less, to the northwest corner of said Lot 1, said corner being the terminus of the east right-of-way line of the north extension of Bay Road; thence continue south 79 degrees 15' west along the terminus of said right-of-way a distance of 26.89 feet to a point; thence run north 75 degrees 01' west along the terminus of said right of way a distance of 25.06 feet to a point, said point being the terminus of the west right-of-way line of the north extension of said Bay Road; thence run north 85 degrees 23' west a distance of 135.00 feet to a point; thence run north 14 degrees 39' east a distance of 580.34 feet to a point; thence run north 45 degrees 21' west a distance of 247.51 feet to a point; thence run north 75 degrees 21' west a distance of 200.00 feet to a point on the east right-of-way line of Dauphin Island Parkway; thence run north 14 degrees 39' east along the east right-of-way line of Dauphin Island Parkway a distance of 100.00 feet to the point of beginning, containing 747,700 sq. ft. plus or minus, (17.165 Ac. plus or minus).

“I”

Commencing at the southeast corner of Section 7, Township 5 South, Range 2 West, Mobile County, Alabama; run north 00 degrees 07' 30" east along the east line of said Section 7 to the northeast corner of the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 7 and the point of beginning; thence run west along the east-west centerline of the southeast and southwest quarters of Section 7 to a point on the northeast corner of the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 7; thence run north along the north-south centerline of the southwest quarter to the southeast corner of the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter; thence run westwardly to the southwest corner of the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 7; thence run northwardly to the northwest corner of the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 7; thence run eastwardly to the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of Section 7; thence run northwardly to the northwest corner of the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of Section 7; thence run eastwardly to the north-south centerline of Section 7; thence run southwardly to a point that lies 2663.77 feet west of and 2427.10 feet north of the southeast corner of Section 7; thence run north 00 degrees 12 minutes 16 seconds west a distance of 438.99 feet to a point; thence run south 89 degrees 40 minutes 29 seconds east a distance of 2666.30 feet to a point on the east section line of Section 7; thence run south along said section line to the point of beginning.

“J”

Beginning at the intersection of the north bank of Halls Mill Creek and the eastward right-of-way line of Interstate Highway 10; thence run southwestwardly, southwardly, and southeastwardly along the southeastward right-of-way line of 1-10 to a point on the centerline of Rangeline Road; thence run southeastwardly along the centerline of Rangeline Road to a point on the westward bank of Rabbit Creek; thence run northeastwardly, northwardly, and northwestwardly along the westward bank of Rabbit Creek to its intersection with the south bank of Halls Mill Creek; thence run westwardly along the southward bank of Halls Mill Creek to the east line of Section 24, Township 5 South, Range 2 West; thence run north along the east line of Section 24 to the north bank of Halls Mill Creek and the existing City Limits of Mobile; thence run westwardly along the north bank of Halls Mill Creek and existing City Limits of Mobile to the point of beginning.

“K”

All of River Oaks Subdivision as recorded in Map Book 76, Page 83.
All of Riverchase Estates as recorded in Map Book 69, Page 10.
All of Lot 1, Covenant Subdivision, as recorded in Map Book 60, Page 83.

“L”

BEGINNING AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SNOW ROAD AND THE NORTH LINE OF SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH, RANGE 3 WEST, MOBILE, COUNTY, ALABAMA FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING; RUN THENCE IN A NORTHEASTERLY DIRECTION ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION 15 FOR 694.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE NORTH 00° 29' 00" EAST FOR 1958.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE NORTH 87° 42' 29" WEST FOR 105.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE SOUTH 87 ° 11' 00" WEST FOR 208.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE NORTH 00 ° 08' 00" WEST FOR 420.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY OF TANNER WILLIAMS ROAD; RUN THENCE IN A NORTHEASTERLY DIRECTION ALONG THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID TANNER WILLIAMS ROAD FOR 1108.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE SOUTH 00° 23' 30" WEST FOR 1792.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE NORTH 90° 00' 00" EAST FOR 900.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE SOUTH 00° 23' 30" WEST FOR 600.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE NORTH 90° 00' 00" EAST FOR 440.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE NORTH 00° 35' 43" EAST FOR 1984.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE SOUTH 87° 17' 41" WEST FOR 565.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE NORTH 02° 23' 56" WEST FOR 250.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID TANNER WILLIAMS ROAD; RUN THENCE IN A NORTHEASTERLY- THENCE SOUTHEASTERLY DIRECTION ALONG THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID TANNER WILLIAMS ROAD FOR 3127.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE EAST LINE OF SECTION 10, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH, RANGE 3 WEST, MOBILE COUNTY, AL; RUN THENCE SOUTH ALONG THE EAST LINE OF SAID SECTION 10 FOR 329.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE SOUTH 69° 24' 46" EAST FOR 333.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE NORTH 12° 35'14" EAST FOR 338.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID TANNER WILLIAMS ROAD; RUN THENCE NORTH 64° 34' 06" WEST ALONG THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID TANNER WILLIAMS ROAD FOR 351.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE NORTH 00° 00' 00" WEST FOR 749.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE NORTH 90° 00' 00" EAST FOR 666.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE SOUTH 00° 00' 00" EAST FOR 1152.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID TANNER WILLIAMS ROAD; RUN THENCE IN A SOUTHEASTERLY DIRECTION ALONG THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID TANNER WILLIAMS ROAD FOR 2153.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE WEST PROPERTY LINE OF THE U.S. COAST GUARD AVIATION TRAINING CENTER; RUN THENCE SOUTH 00° 24' 30" WEST ALONG SAID WEST PROPERTY LINE FOR 1424.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE IN A SOUTHEASTERLY DIRECTION ALONG THE SOUTH PROPERTY LINE OF THE SAID U.S. COAST GUARD AVIATION TRAINING CENTER FOR 6765.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE EAST LINE OF SAID U.S. COAST GUARD AVIATION TRAINING CENTER PROPERTY; RUN THENCE IN A NORTHERLY DIRECTION ALONG SAID EAST LINE FOR 3954.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID TANNER WILLIAMS ROAD; RUN THENCE NORTH 00° 26' 55" WEST FOR 1116.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE SOUTH 89° 48' 52" EAST FOR 1337.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE SOUTH 00 ° 26' 57" WEST FOR 3336 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF AIRWAY COMMERCIAL PARK AS RECORDED IN MAP BOOK 31 PAGE 97 IN THE OFFICE OF JUDGE OF PROBATE MOBILE COUNTY, ALABAMA; RUN THENCE SOUTH ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID AIRWAY COMMERCIAL PARK TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID SUBDIVISION, SAID POINT ALSO BEING THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF NORTH HALF OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 24,T4, SR3W; RUN THENCE SOUTH ALONG THE WEST LINE OF THE NORTH HALF OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 24 TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID NORTH HALF; RUN THENCE EAST ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID NORTH HALF TO THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID NORTH HALF; RUN THENCE NORTH ALONG THE EAST LINE OF SAID NORTH HALF TO A POINT ON THE NORTH LINE OF SECTION 24, T4, SR3W; RUN THENCE EAST ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION 24 TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 24 T4SR3W; RUN THENCE SOUTH ALONG THE WEST LINE OF THE EAST HALF OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 24 T4SR3W TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SCHILLINGER PARK WEST AS RECORDED IN MAP BOOK 29 PAGE 116 IN THE OFFICE OF JUDGE OF PROBATE MOBILE COUNTY, ALABAMA; RUN THENCE EAST ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID SCHILLINGER PARK WEST A DISTANCE OF 315.0 FEET TO THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LOT 8, SCHILLINGER PARK WEST; THENCE RUN SOUTH A DISTANCE OF 160.0 FEET MORE OR LESS TO A POINT; THENCE RUN WEST 590.0 FEET MORE OR LESS TO A POINT; THENCE RUN SOUTH 603.09 FEET TO A POINT ON THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF A PARCEL CONVEYED AND RECORDED IN REAL PROPERTY BOOK 2430, PAGE 0442; THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH 620 FEET MORE OR LESS TO A POINT ON THE EAST-WEST HALF SECTION LINE OF SECTION 24, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH, RANGE 3 WEST; THENCE RUN NORTH 89° 52'30" WEST ALONG SAID HALF SECTION LINE A DISTANCE OF 500 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE NORTHWARD PROJECTION OF THE WEST LINE OF LOT 1, L & T SUBDIVISION AS RECORDED IN MAP BOOK 66, PAGE 26; THENCE RUN SOUTH 00° 19' 38" WEST ALONG THE PROJECTED WEST LINE OF LOT 1, L & T SUBDIVISION A DISTANCE OF 308.64 FEET TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 1, L & T SUBDIVISION; THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH 00° 19' 38" WEST ALONG THE WEST LINE OF LOT 1 A DISTANCE OF 21.36 FEET TO THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF LOT 2, LLT AIRPORT SUBDIVISION AS RECORDED IN MAP BOOK 73, PAGE 103 IN THE OFFICE OF JUDGE OF PROBATE MOBILE COUNTY, ALABAMA; THENCE RUN NORTH 89° 43' 56" WEST ALONG THE NORTH LINE AND NORTH LINE PROJECTED OF LLT AIRPORT SUBDIVISION A DISTANCE OF 659.33 FEET TO A POINT; THENCE SOUTH 00° 19' 38" WEST A DISTANCE OF 437.13 FEET TO THE NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF AIRPORT BOULEVARD; RUN THENCE SOUTHWARDLY TO A POINT ON THE SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF AIRPORT BLVD. SAID POINT ALSO BEING THE NORTHWEST CORNER PROPERTY RECORDED IN REAL PROPERTY BOOK 4560 PAGE 912 IN THE OFFICE OF JUDGE OF PROBATE MOBILE COUNTY, ALABAMA; THENCE RUN SOUTHWARDLY AND THENCE EASTVVARDLY ALONG SAID PROPERTY TO A POINT ON THE WESTWARDLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF DAWES ROAD; RUN THENCE SOUTHWESTWARDLY ALONG THE WEST RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF DAWES ROAD TO A POINT ON THE EASTERLY PROJECTION OF THE NORTH LINE OF WEST MINISTER ESTATES SUBDIVISION; RUN THENCE IN A NORTHWESTERLY DIRECTION ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF WEST MINISTER ESTATES AS RECORDED IN MAP BOOK 23, PAGE 86 IN THE OFFICE OF JUDGE OF PROBATE MOBILE, COUNTY, ALABAMA AND AN EASTERLY EXTENSION THEREOF FOR 2032.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE NORTH 04° 22' 03" EAST FOR 989.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID AIRPORT BOULEVARD; RUN THENCE IN A SOUTHWESTERLY DIRECTION ALONG THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID AIRPORT BOULEVARD FOR 3738.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE NORTH 00° 00' 00" EAST FOR 470.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE NORTH 88° 40' 10" WEST FOR 230.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS; RUN THENCE SOUTH 00° 19' 36" WEST FOR 570.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID AIRPORT BOULEVA


Search: