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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 agenda for Feb 10, 2016

AGENDA
MOBILE CITY COUNCIL MEETING


Wednesday, February 10, 2016, 10:30 a.m.

1. CALL TO ORDER:

2. INVOCATION:

Reverend Charlotte V. Greene, Ministerial Staff Member
Bethel AME Church

3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

4. ROLL CALL - CITY CLERK:

9:00 a.m. Pre-Council Meeting MANZIE-ABSENT

10:30 a.m. Meeting ALL PRESENT

5. STATEMENT OF RULES BY COUNCIL PRESIDENT:

6. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

February 2, 2016 APPROVED

7. COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE MAYOR:

8. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES:

9. NEW COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS:

10. ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA:

11. APPEALS:

Request of Kimberly Burton for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance at 66 South Fulton Street on June 4, 2016, from 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (District 1).
APPROVED

Request of Matthew Lemond, O’Daly’s Irish Pub, for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance at 564 Dauphin Street on March 12, 2016, from 4:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. (District 2).
APPROVED

Request of Anna Phan, Vietnamese Congregation of Alabama, for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance at 4275 Valta Drive on February 13 (from 4:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.) and February 14, 2016 (from 1:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (District 6).
APPROVED

12. PRESENTATION OF PETITIONS AND OTHER COMMUNICATIONS TO THE COUNCIL:

13. RESOLUTIONS HELD OVER:

40-013 Declare the structure at 1900 Clinton Street a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished (District 1) (Held over from January 5, 2016).
APPROVED

01-094 Authorize agreement with the Japanese Garden Foundation, Inc. for the design and construction of a public restroom facility at the Japanese Gardens, $150,000.00 (CO247; Design and Construction of Public Restrooms, 2016 CIP Project #406-D7) (sponsored by Councilmember Gregory & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Kimberly Harden, Architectural Engineering Department).
APPROVED

01-095 Authorize agreement with the South Alabama Botanical & Horticultural Society to improve the entrance and surrounding areas of the Mobile Botanical Gardens, $150,000.00 (CO246; 2016 CIP Project-D7) (sponsored by Councilmember Gregory & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Kimberly Harden, Architectural Engineering Department).
APPROVED

21-096 Authorize contract with Robert J. Baggett, Inc. for City of Mobile, Alabama Cruise Terminal-emergency parking deck repairs, $26,146.00 (CO018-C.W.) (sponsored by Councilmember Manzie & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Kimberly Harden, Architectural Engineering Department).
APPROVED

47-097 Assent to the vacation of unopened alleyways and right-of-way of McLean Avenue (former Crichton Elementary School site) (District 1) (applicant: Board of School Commissioners of Mobile County).
APPROVED

14. ORDINANCES BEING INTRODUCED:

88-006 Authorize the execution of a quitclaim deed to Mobile County conveying 5% undivided interest in Herndon Park (sponsored by Councilmember Richardson & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Brad Christensen, Architectural Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

15-A. CONSENT RESOLUTIONS BEING INTRODUCED:

03-099 Appoint Devin Ford to the Keep Mobile Beautiful Board (sponsored by Councilmember Gregory).
APPROVED

31-100 Authorize the Mayor to accept an ADECA grant for park improvements and issue payment to the Mobile Airport Authority Foundation for work at Doyle Park (no matching funds) (sponsored by Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Brad Christensen, Architectural Engineering Department).
APPROVED

31-101 Grant close-out of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program Grant and activities funded from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development through the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) (sponsored by Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Nigel Roberts, Community & Housing Development Department).
APPROVED

31-102 Authorize the Mayor to accept FY2015 Homeland Security Grant for the Urban Search and Rescue Team, $91,833.00 (no City match) (sponsored by Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Williams Pappas, Mobile Fire-Rescue).
APPROVED

37-103 Recommend approval to the ABC Board for issuance of a Retail Beer/Table Wine (Off Premises Only) license for Cottage Hill Chevron, 6400 Cottage Hill Road (sponsored by Councilmember Rich).
APPROVED

15-B. RESOLUTIONS BEING INTRODUCED:

01-104 Authorize agreement with Mobile County for funding the construction of public restrooms in Herndon Park, $300,000.00 (paid by Mobile County) (sponsored by Councilmember Richardson and Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Brad Christensen, Architectural Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

01-105 Authorize agreement with ALDOT for the cooperative maintenance of public right-of-way (U. S. Highway 90 and Azalea Road) (sponsored by Councilmember Williams and Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Nick Amberger, Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

01-106 Authorize agreement with ALDOT for grading and/or landscaping on right-of-way (U. S. Highway 90 and Azalea Road) (sponsored by Councilmember Williams and Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Nick Amberger, Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

09-107 Re-allocate $2,940,000.00 from Capital Project #5551/CO116 Reserve-Capital Improvement Reserve to various Capital Improvement Projects (Fund 551); funds are to be returned to CP#551/CO116 in the FY2017 Capital Improvement Funds Budget (C.W.) (sponsored by City Council & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Relya Mallory, Finance Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

21-108 Authorize contract with Thompson Engineering, Inc. for engineering services in connection with complete street design services for Water Street North to Beauregard Street and South to 1,500’ south of Government Street, $283,459.15 (TIF Funds) (sponsored by Councilmember Manzie & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Nick Amberger, Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

21-109 Authorize contract with Michael Baker International, Inc., for Greenwich Hills Subdivision Drainage Improvements (2016 CIP Project #402; D5) and Burma Hills Drive Drainage Repairs (2016 CIP Project #198; D4), $40,000.00 (sponsored by Councilmembers Daves and Williams & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Nick Amberger, Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

21-110 Authorize contract with Marion’s Painting Contractors, Inc. for Mims Park exterior repairs and painting, $27,650.00 (2016 CIP Project #217; D4) (sponsored by Councilmember Williams & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Kimberly Harden, Architectural Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

25-111 Accept permanent sidewalk easements from Lillie Williams, et al, needed for the Toulminville Sidewalks 2014 CDBG Project #2014-202-13 (sponsored by Councilmember Richardson & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by John Olszewski, Real Estate Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

25-112 Grant an easement to the Board of Water and Sewer Commissioners for sanitary sewer line and lift station (sponsored by Councilmember Manzie & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Nick Amberger, Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

01-113 Authorize agreement with Mobile County Commission to appropriate $799,000.00 in funds to the City of Mobile to improve portions of certain public roads and streets (Mobile County Resurfacing CIP-2015-004A; CO283; D1 and D2.) (sponsored by Councilmember Gregory & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Nick Amberger, City Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

21-114 Authorize contract with Burk-Kleinpeter, Inc. for drainage improvements and repairs at various locations, $112,700.00 (2016 CIP; D1 #24; D4 #196; D6 #315 & #364; D7; 2017 Advanced Capital) (sponsored by Councilmembers Richardson, Williams, Rich and Gregory & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Nick Amberger, Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

16. ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Disclaimer: The online agenda is for general information only. In the event of a conflict between the online copy and the official hard copy documents on file with the City Clerk, the official hard copy shall prevail.



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