The Garden City Commission took the following action on Tuesday afternoon:
• Following a public hearing at which no one spoke, the commission adopted an ordinance that established a Rural Housing Incentive District for The Hamptons Phase Two, a housing development with 255 single-family home lots with garages that will be located in the 2800 block of North Jennie Barker Road.
• The commission approved amendments to the drug enforcement, High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area grant and Recreation Commission funds in the 2018 budget and set a budget hearing for 2 p.m. Nov. 20 in the commission chambers at the City Administration Center, 301 N. Eighth St.
• The commission passed nine resolutions that authorized the removal of motor vehicle and environmental nuisances. Kaleb Kentner, Neighborhood and Development Services director, said his staff had sent notices to all related addresses and received no response. If the homeowner tags the vehicles or proves they are operable before the end of their 10-day notice, the case will be closed. Otherwise, they will be towed. The vehicle nuisances are located at 409 N. Fifth St., 1017 N. Sixth St., 1611 Hattie St., 1612 Hattie St., 506 Pennsylvania Ave., 412 Prospect Ave. and 1606 York Ave. The environmental nuisances are located at 1615 Johnson St. and 307 N. 12th St.
• The commission approved an amendment to the city’s zoning regulations regarding electronic message boards or signs, which updated the sign's brightness restrictions and how often they can change messages.
• The commission approved the rezoning of a property owned by O’Brate Realty, LLC, and located on East Mary Street and Jennie Barker Road from “A” Agricultural District” to “R-1” Single Family Residential District.
• The commission approved an ordinance to codify the City of Garden City Zoning Regulations, updating the document since its last codification in 2011.