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PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD If you would like to address the Mayor and City Council during the Public Comment section on Tonights Agenda, please record your name and address on the sign-up sheet located at the table on the side of the Council room. Please note that public comments are limited to five (5) minutes per speaker.
City Administrators Report Approval of the Fiscal Year 2012 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).
Directors Report Police Department monthly report for January, Engineering Department monthly report for January, Maintenance Division monthly report for January, 2013.
Approval of Minutes Approval of the Regular Session minutes of January 15 and January 29, Approval of the Traffic Group Minutes of January 23, Approval of the Administrative Session minutes of January 22, 2013.
Public Hearing Public Hearing - CDBG Needs Assessment H:\USERS\JDR\2013CDBGPH1powerpt.pp t
Ordinance Ordinance (2 nd & 3rd reading) - providing for the closure of a portion of an alley located behind 514 Conrad Avenue at the request of Dennis and Geneva Nave and authorizing the conveyance of portions of the closed alley to Cornerstone Baptist Church and Geneva and Dennis Nave.
Conrad Avenue Alley Closing
Ordinance Ordinance (2 nd & 3rd reading) - providing for the closure of an alley located between 117 Hanover Street and 119 Hanover Street at the request of Bella Strada Trust, and authorizing the execution of deeds conveying portions of the closed property to Bergen Trust and Bella Strada Trust.
Hanover Street Alley Closing
Charter Amendment Resolution Charter Amendment Resolution (2 nd & 3rd reading) - adding new clauses to Section 82A of the City Charter to provide 1) the option to publish a summary Notice of Sale rather than a full Notice of Sale; 2) the option to publish said Notice of Sale in full or summary form once rather than twice; and 3) the option to use electronic means to provide a full Notice of Sale rather than by means of traditional publication.
Ordinance Ordinance (1st reading) - amending the City Code to provide for certain changes to the purchasing policy, and amending Rule 9 of the Rules and Regulations for the Government of the City Council to raise the limit for purchases requiring approval by formal Order from $15,000 to $25,000.
Order Order accepting the sole source proposal from The EADS Group for professional services associated with the selective demolition of buildings located on the Memorial Hospital Campus in an amount not to exceed $175,000.
Order Order accepting the sole source proposal from Cellebrite, USA to provide upgraded forensic equipment and related software and warranties for use by the C3I Department in an amount not to exceed $8,081.99, to be funded by Federal Forfeiture Funds.
Order accepting the sole source proposal from KONE, Inc. to remove from service nine (9) traction elevators and one (1) dumbwaiter at the Memorial Campus in an amount not to exceed $26, plus applicable taxes. Order
Order declaring a Hewlett-Packard large format scanner to be surplus equipment and authorizing its disposal.
Order Order - amending Order No. 25,148 to provide for costs for additional assistance from Turnbull, Hoover and Kahl, PA towards preparation of the audits and financial statements for FY12 in a total amount of up to $125,000; FY13 in an amount up to $127,500; and FY14 in an amount up to $130,000.
Order Order authorizing the execution of a Tower and Ground Space Lease with USCOC of Cumberland (US Cellular) for the use of the Haystack Mountain Water Tower with certain easement provisions for $1,850/month for an initial term of five (5) years with the option to renew for up to five (5) additional terms of five (5) years each; and providing for the execution of a Memorandum of Lease to evidence the provisions and terms of said Lease.
Order Order approving a 3-year water/sewer credit of up to $54,000 to the YMCA Riverside Recreation Center in exchange for parks and recreation services, 20 YMCA memberships for City Police, 10 YMCA memberships for City Firefighters, 15 Senior Memberships for seniors at JFK Apartments or Queen City Towers, and lifeguard re-certification for 10 lifeguards.
PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD If you would like to address the Mayor and City Council during the Public Comment section on Tonights Agenda, please record your name and address on the sign-up sheet located on the speakers podium in the front of the Council room. Please note that public comments are limited to five (5) minutes per speaker.