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2O: <br /> <br />January 23rd, 1962 <br /> <br />without dissenting vote: <br /> <br />without dissenting vote: <br /> <br />without dissenting vote: <br /> <br />2-62 - <br /> <br />At s regular meeting of the City Council, held on January 23rd, 1962, there were present: <br /> <br />R. Irvine Smith, C. S. Atkinson, Jack P. Barnes, John L. Dillon, W. T. Lesry, <br />George R. Walker, A. P. Johnson, Jr., City Nanager, and J. S. Livesay, Jr., <br />City Attorney. <br /> <br />The meeting was opened with prayer by Nr. Dillon. <br /> <br />Ninutes of the called meeting of January 9th, 1962, were read and approved. <br /> <br />62-6 - The following public hearing on zoning changes was held: <br /> <br /> 19-61 - Petition of the Ambassador Club. <br /> <br /> No one spoke in regard to the petition. <br /> <br /> On motion of Mr. Barnes, the .following ordinance was approved on first resding, <br /> <br /> "ZONING A~ENDMENT ORDINANCE 1961-19" <br /> <br /> 1-62 - Petition of Trustees of American Lodge #331, A.F. and A.M. <br /> <br /> J. L. Tynch spoke for the petition. <br /> <br /> Ealph Underwood spoke against the petition. <br /> <br /> On motion of Mr. Atkinson, the following ordinance was approved on first reading, <br /> <br /> "ZONING A~ENDNENT ORDINANCE 1962-1" <br /> <br /> Petition of George C. Norris (Frederick Boulevard and glliott Avenue). <br /> <br />Donald Kilgore, astorney, spoke for the petition. <br /> <br />On motion of Mr. Barnes, the foliowing ordinance was approved on firs5 reading, <br /> <br /> "ZONING ANENDNENT ORDINANCE 1962~2" and Winchester Dr) <br /> 3-62 - Petition of,George C. Norris (Corner of Airline Boulevard <br /> <br /> Notion of Mr. Barnes that action be deferred was adopted, without dissenting vote. <br /> 4-62 - Petition of Whalehead Club. <br /> <br /> Donald Kilgore, attorney., sp~ke for the petition. <br /> <br /> On motion of Nr. Dillon, the following ordinance was approved on first reading: <br /> <br /> "ZONING ~ENDNENT ORDINANCE 1962-4" <br /> <br /> 5-62 - Petition of E. C. Collins <br /> <br /> No one spoke in regard 5o the petition'. <br /> <br /> On motion of Mr. Barnes, the following ordinance was approved on first reading: <br /> <br /> "ZONING AMENDNENT ORDINANCE 1962-5" <br /> <br /> 62-7 - The following public hearing on Use Permits was held: <br /> <br /> UP 1-61 Application of Pritchard for "Marina" use permit <br /> <br /> William H. Oast, atsorney, spoke for the application and presented the following <br />petition: <br /> <br /> "We, the undersigned residents near the premises of David A. Pritchard, Jr., North <br />Sixth Avenue, Portsmouth, Virginia, operating the Pritchard Narine Railway, do certify that we have no objection <br />whatsoever for the property ~o be rezoned~for commercial purposes. This property has been lB commercial use for <br />many years and it has no value for residential development. In our opinion, it should be rezoned for commercisl <br />use. Signed John E. Waters~ 625 N ?th Ave. - and numerous others." <br /> <br /> Hunter G. Webb presented L. S. Parsons~Jr., a~5orney, who spoke against the applica- <br /> <br />The two following letters were presented: <br /> <br /> this is 5o certify that I, Mrs. R. T. Adcock, D property owner of Portsmouth resXd- <br />lng at 106 Constitution Avenue, refused at,least two years ago ~o sign the petition which I understand was sub- <br />mitted 5o the Portsmouth Planning Commission on January 5, 196~ for the purpose of influencing the Commission 5o <br />recommend approval of a use-permit for Mr. David A. Prichard Jr. I have this day examined the aforementioned peti- <br />tion and have determined that the signature snd address, R. T. Adcock, 626 N. Sixth Avenue, affixed thereto, is <br />that of my husband whose death occurred on February 4, 1960. This ssa~ement further certifies that I am opposed <br />to the ~ssuing of a use-permit Eo David A. Pritchard Jr. Signed: Mrs. Helen P Adcock." <br /> <br /> <br />