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Council agenda for Jun 14, 2016

AGENDA
MOBILE CITY COUNCIL MEETING


Tuesday, June 14, 2016, 10:30 a.m.

1. CALL TO ORDER:

2. INVOCATION:

Reverend Spencer Baggott
Mobile First Church of the Nazarene

3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

4. ROLL CALL - CITY CLERK:

9:00 a.m. Pre-Council Meeting - COUNCILMEMBER WILLIAMS WAS ABSENT

10:30 a.m. Meeting - COUNCILMEMBER WILLIAMS WAS ABSENT

5. STATEMENT OF RULES BY COUNCIL PRESIDENT:

6. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
June 7, 2016
APPROVED

7. COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE MAYOR:

8. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES:

9. NEW COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS:

10. ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA:

11. APPEALS:

Request of Patricia P. Beard for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance at 762 Marine Street on July 3 and 4, 2016, from 3:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (District 3).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

Request of Patricia P. Beard for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance at 762 Marine Street on June 25, 2016, from 3:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (District 3).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

Request of Terri Jones Pettway for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance in the 750 block of Marine Street on June 25, 2016, from 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (District 3).
APPROVED

Request of Carmen Bryant for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance at 5256 Marietta Drive South on July 2, 2016, from 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. (District 7).
APPROVED

12. PUBLIC HEARINGS:

Public hearing to rezone property at 804 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue (northeast corner of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue and Marmotte Street, extending to the southeast corner of Marmotte Street and Short Bloodgood Street) from R-3 and B-4 to R-2 (District 2) (Applicant: Mobile Gas Corporation).

Public hearing to fix costs for demolition of structure at 1050 Chinquapin Street, $1,100.00 (District 2).

Public hearing to fix costs for demolition of structure at 1170 Chinquapin Street, $9,000.00 (District 2).

Public hearing to fix costs for demolition of structure at 7238 Ninth Street, $6,086.82 (District 7).

Public hearing to fix costs for demolition of structure at 6454 Tanner Street, $7,000.00 (District 7).

Public hearing to fix costs for demolition of structure at 854 Marine Street, $7,152.96 (District 3).

Public hearing to determine if the structure at 1056 Preston Avenue is a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished (District 3).

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

14. RESOLUTIONS HELD OVER:

21-394 Authorize contract with S. C. Stagner Contracting, Inc. for Public Safety Memorial Park-Dog Park, $87,550.00 (D5; PR-108-15; CO074) (sponsored by Councilmember Daves & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Kimberly Harden, Architectural Engineering Department).
APPROVED

21-395 Authorize contract with Fabrication Specialists, Inc. for City of Mobile, Alabama Cruise Terminal Improvements Casework, $97,100.00 (D2; CT-017-16; State of Alabama General Obligation Bond Series 2016-A) (sponsored by Councilmember Manzie & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Kimberly Harden, Architectural Engineering Department).
APPROVED

21-396 Authorize contract with Delta Flooring, Inc. for City of Mobile, Alabama Cruise Terminal Improvements-carpet, $115,599.00 (D2; CT-017-16; State of Alabama General Obligation Bond Series 2016-A) (sponsored by Councilmember Manzie & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Kimberly Harden, Architectural Engineering Department).
APPROVED

21-397 Authorize contract with Quality Coatings & Drywall, Inc. for 200 Government Street-exterior repairs & coating, $15,700.00 (D2; MX-138-16; CO126) (sponsored by Councilmember Manzie & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Kimberly Harden, Architectural Engineering Department).
APPROVED

25-398 Accept 4 (four) permanent drainage easements and 1 (one) right of entry permit needed for Coronado Estates drainage improvements and Woodland Road drainage project (sponsored by Councilmember Rich & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by John Olszewski, Real Estate Department).
APPROVED

21-401 Authorize contract with KONE, Inc. for elevator/escalator repairs-Mobile Convention Center, $169,000.00 (D2; CN-129-16; CO261) (sponsored by Councilmember Manzie & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Kimberly Harden, Architectural Engineering Department).
APPROVED

15. ORDINANCES BEING INTRODUCED:

64-026 Rezone property at 804 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue (northeast corner of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue and Marmotte Street, extending to the southeast corner of Marmotte Street and Short Bloodgood Street) from R-3 and B-4 to R-2 (District 2) (Applicant: Mobile Gas Corporation).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

16A. CONSENT RESOLUTIONS BEING INTRODUCED:

37-402 Recommend approval to the ABC Board for issuance of a Lounge Retail Liquor-Class I License for Paparazzi Lounge and Hookah, 216 Dauphin Street (sponsored by Councilmember Manzie).
APPROVED

37-403 Recommend approval to the ABC Board for issuance of a Lounge Retail Liquor-Class I License for The Haberdasher, 113 Dauphin Street (sponsored by Councilmember Manzie).
APPROVED

40-404 Fix costs for demolition of structure at 1050 Chinquapin Street, $1,100.00 (District 2).
APPROVED

40-405 Fix costs for demolition of structure at 1170 Chinquapin Street, $9,000.00 (District 2).
APPROVED

40-406 Fix costs for demolition of structure at 7238 Ninth Street, $6,086.82 (District 7).
APPROVED

40-407 Fix costs for demolition of structure at 6454 Tanner Street, $7,000.00 (District 7).
APPROVED

40-408 Fix costs for demolition of structure at 854 Marine Street, $7,152.96 (District 3).
APPROVED

40-409 Declare the structure at 1056 Preston Avenue is a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished (District 3).
APPROVED

58-410 Declare weeds noxious, Group #1542.
APPROVED

60-411 Approve award of special bonus to Lauranda Love, Relya Mallory and Marilyn McMillan, as part of the Mayor’s Incentive Program, $500.00 each (sponsored by Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Colby Cooper, Chief of Staff).
APPROVED

16B. RESOLUTIONS BEING INTRODUCED:

01-412 Authorize project development agreement with Leaf River Group, LLC (Meridian at the Port) (sponsored by Councilmember Manzie & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Ricardo Woods, City Attorney).
APPROVED

21-413 Authorize professional services contract with Pyrotecnico Fireworks, Inc. for the July 4, 2016, fireworks display, $18,554.00 ( sponsored by Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Ann Rambeau, Special Events Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

21-414 Authorize contract with BFI Waste Services, LLC, d/b/a Allied Waste Services of Mobile/Republic to place, maintain and operate multiple compactor dumpsters in the Downtown Business District, $30,000.00 (estimated per year, dependent on number and usage) (D2) (sponsored by Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by John Windley, Public Works Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

16C. CIP RESOLUTIONS BEING INTRODUCED:

21-415 Authorize contract with McElhenney Construction Company for Mobile Street Sidewalks (Springhill Avenue to Nall Street) (D1; CIP 2016, #27; Project No. 2016-3005-31), $119,864.73 (sponsored by Councilmember Richardson & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Nick Amberger, Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

17. CALL FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS:

41-416 Call for public hearing to rezone property at 110 and 120 Virginia Street (north side of Virginia Street at the north terminus of Ezra Trice Boulevard) from R-1 and I-2 to I-2 (District 2) (Applicant: Board of Water and Sewer Commissioners of the City of Mobile-Douglas Cote) (scheduled for July 12, 2016).
APPROVED

41-417 Call for public hearing to rezone property at 100 North Florida Street and 2518, 2524, 2534, 2536 and 2540 Old Shell Road (northeast corner of North Florida Street and Old Shell Road, extending to the south side of Eddington Drive South), from R-1 and B-2 to B-2 (District 1) (Applicant: IRC-MAB Mobile Midtown, LLC) (scheduled for July 12, 2016).
APPROVED

18. 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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