What's on the City Council Agenda? November 6, 2018

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CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA:

All items designated as “Consent” are considered to be routine and non-controversial and will be approved by one motion. No separate discussion of these items will be permitted unless a Councilmember, the Mayor or Citizen interested in a public hearing so requests, if so, such item(s) will revert to its normal place on the Agenda Order of Agenda – November 6, 2018 2 Business. All matters of permanent operation (“P”) will be read. All other matters will be announced by reading the Item Number only. All Public Hearings will be announced.


CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS FOR FINAL PASSAGE

ITEM 1.

A Resolution amending Resolution No. 2031-18, adopted by the Council September 11, 2018, approving the application of Fly the Coup LLC for a Lounge Retail Liquor Class I License to be used at Queen’s Park, 112 – 24th Street North Suite 1202, Birmingham, to correct the address to read 112 – 24th Street North Suite 102, Birmingham. (Submitted and Recommended by Councilor Williams, Chairman, Public Safety Committee)


INTRODUCTION AND FIRST READING OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

CONSENT ITEM 2.

A Resolution approving and authorizing the Mayor to execute an Agreement with the Birmingham Board of Education (BOE), pursuant to §16-11-9.1, Code of Alabama 1975, under which the BOE will provide assistance with building maintenance and equipment during the 2018- 2019 school year in the amount of $35,000.00, consistent with the BOE’s authority, as follows: Wenonah High School in the amount of $5,000.00, Parker High School in the amount of $10,000.00, Booker T. Washington K-8 in the amount of $5,000.00, Hemphill Elementary in the amount of $5,000.00, Arrington Middle School in the amount of $5,000.00, and Glen Iris Elementary in the amount of $5,000.00, said funding to come from the District 6 Discretionary Fund. (Submitted by the City Attorney) (Recommended by the Mayor and the Public Improvements Committee)**

CONSENT ITEM 3.

A Resolution accepting and approving the bid of Osburn Associates, Inc., Logan, Ohio, for traffic sign blanks/blades, sign faces & reflective sheeting – groups 1-10, as needed at the unit prices on file in the Office of the Purchasing Agent, for a period of one (1) year, for the Department of Transportation, this being the lowest bid submitted. [Appropriated for in FY2018-2019 Budget] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by Agenda – November 6, 2018 3 the Purchasing Agent and the Director of the Department of Transportation) (Five Bids Submitted)

CONSENT ITEM 4.

A Resolution accepting and approving the bid of Vulcan, Inc. dba Vulcan Signs dba Vulcan Aluminum, Foley, Alabama, for traffic sign blanks/blades, sign faces & reflective sheeting – group 11, as needed at the unit prices on file in the Office of the Purchasing Agent, for a period of one (1) year, for the Department of Transportation, this being the lowest bid submitted. [Appropriated for in FY2018-2019 Budget] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of the Department of Transportation) (Five Bids Submitted)

CONSENT ITEM 5.

A Resolution accepting and approving the bid renewal of Pioneer Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio, for the purchase of synthetic turf paint as needed at unit prices on file in the Office of the Purchasing Agent for a period of one (1) year for the Public Works Department, this being the lowest bid submitted meeting specifications. [Appropriated for in the FY 2018-2019 Budget; G/L Account: 001_049_40200_40229.511-022] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Public Works) (Four Bids Submitted)**

CONSENT ITEM 6.

A Resolution approving payment to J. W. Auto Body and Collision, Birmingham, in the amount of $537.15 for automobile wreck supplement on vehicle #174327, for the Equipment Management Department, in accordance with Section 3-1-7 of the Birmingham City Code. [Appropriated for FY 2018-2019; G/L Account: 001.151-004] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Equipment Management)

CONSENT ITEM 7.

A Resolution approving payment to Supreme Automotive, Birmingham, in the amount of $407.68 for wreck repair to automobile on vehicle number 124305, for the Equipment Management Department, in accordance with Section 3-1-7 of the Birmingham City Code. [Appropriated for the FY 2018-2019 Budget; G/L Account: 001.151- Agenda – November 6, 2018 4 004] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Equipment Management)

CONSENT ITEM 8.

A Resolution approving payment to Supreme Automotive, Birmingham, in the amount of $1,305.99 for wreck repair to automobile on vehicle number 124308, for the Equipment Management Department, in accordance with Section 3-1-7 of the Birmingham City Code. [Appropriated for in the FY 2018-2019 Budget; G/L Account: 001.151-004] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Equipment Management)

CONSENT ITEM 9.

A Resolution approving payment to Wastequip, LLC, Beeville, Tennessee, in the amount of $48,074.00, for the purchase of standard duty rectangular roll off containers, the National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA) Contract #041217-WQI, for the Public Works Department. [Appropriated for in the FY 2018-2019 Budget; G/L Account: 001_049_99999.525-010] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Public Works)

CONSENT ITEM 10.

A Resolution approving the itemized expense accounts of city employees. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Finance)**

CONSENT ITEM 11.

A Resolution approving the advanced expense accounts of city employees. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Finance)**

CONSENT ITEM 12.

A Resolution finding that the following five hundred thirteen (513) properties have noxious or dangerous weeds growing thereon declaring said properties to be a public nuisance and providing that notice shall be posted on each of said properties and notice sent by certified mail to the last person assessing these properties for state taxes and further providing for a public hearing December 11, 2018 to hear and consider all objections or protests to proposed abatement of these nuisances by the Agenda – November 6, 2018 5 City: (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements and Beautification Committee)