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10:30 a.m. - The Council Meeting begins in Government Plaza Auditorium on the First Floor.


Council agenda for Aug 08, 2017

AGENDA
MOBILE CITY COUNCIL MEETING

Tuesday, August 8, 2017, 10:30 a.m.

1. CALL TO ORDER:

2. INVOCATION:
Pastor Everage Thomas, III
New Generation Church

3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

4. ROLL CALL - CITY CLERK:

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

10:30 a.m. Meeting COUNCILMEMBER RICH ABSENT

5. STATEMENT OF RULES BY COUNCIL PRESIDENT:

6. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
August 1, 2017
APPROVED

7. COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE MAYOR:

8. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES:

9. NEW COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS:

10. ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA:

11. APPEALS:

Request of James Edgar Brister for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance at 106 Lanier Avenue on October 28, 2017, from 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. (District 1).
APPROVED

Request of Whitney Jordan, Outsiders Present, for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance at Bienville Square on August 11, 2017, from 6:00 p.m. until 11:30 p.m. (District 2).
APPROVED

Request of Arthur L. Spears, Jr. for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance at 1365 Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue (Bishop State Community College-Central Campus-rear parking lot) on November 17, 2017, from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. (District 2).
APPROVED

Request of Arquenetta Kiel for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance at Hank Aaron Park on August 26, 2017, from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. (District 4).
APPROVED

Request of Karen L. Pettiford, My Angels, for a waiver of the Noise Ordinance at Cathedral Square on August 19, 2017, from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. (District 2).
APPROVED

12. PUBLIC HEARINGS:

Public hearing to determine if the structure at 2817 Bank Avenue is a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished (District 1).

Public hearing to determine if the structure at 2307 Dickson Lane is a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished (District 1).

Public hearing to determine if the structure at 2303 Dickson Lane is a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished (District 1).

Public hearing to determine if the structure at 2154 Senator Street is a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished (District 5).

Public hearing to determine if the structure at 205 Rylands Street is a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished (District 2).

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

14. RESOLUTIONS HELD OVER:

01-430 Authorize agreement with Summer Place Subdivision Homeowners Association for the completion of City Project No. 2016-202-20-2016, Group C (sponsored by Councilmember Gregory) (submitted by James Rossler, Council Attorney).
TABLED

21-466 Authorize contract with Clark, Geer, Latham & Associates for 2017 Sidewalk Rehabilitation, $100,000.00 (sponsored by Councilmember Manzie and Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Nick Amberger, Engineering Department).
APPROVED

21-467 Authorize contract with Diversified Maintenance – RWS, LLC for Gulfquest Maritime Museum Janitorial Service, $62,501.00 (sponsored by Mayor Stimpson and Councilmember Manzie) (submitted by Brad Christensen, Building Services Department).
APPROVED

01-472 Authorize amendment to Resolution 01-602-2015, Cruise Terminal and Berthing Agreement with Carnival Cruise Line (sponsored by City Council & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Ricardo Woods, Legal Department).
APPROVED

15. ORDINANCES BEING INTRODUCED:

57-027 Authorize dedication of a strip of City-owned vacant land as right-of-way for widening of Zeigler Boulevard (sponsored by Councilmember Gregory & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by John Olszewski, Real Estate Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

88-028 Ordinance deeming property not now needed for public or municipal purposes and authorizing the sale of 350 St. Joseph Street to the Seaman’s Hall, LLC (sponsored by Councilmember Manzie & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Brad Christensen, Real Estate Asset Management Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

16A. CONSENT RESOLUTIONS BEING INTRODUCED:

03-473 Appoint Joe Denton to the City of Mobile Citizens’ Budget and Finance Advisory Committee (sponsored by Councilmember Daves).
APPROVED

21-474 Authorize professional services contract with Raquel Jones to provide services as Elections Specialist for the City of Mobile Absentee Election Office for the 2017 Municipal Election, $1,600.00 bi-weekly (City Hall Overhead) (sponsored by Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Lisa C. Lambert, City Clerk).
APPROVED

27-475 Designate Election Officers for the August 22, 2017, Municipal Election (Run-Off October 3, 2017) (sponsored by Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Lisa C. Lambert, City Clerk).
APPROVED

40-476 Declare the structure at 2817 Bank Avenue a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished (District 1).
APPROVED

40-477 Declare the structure at 2307 Dickson Lane a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished (District 1).
APPROVED

40-478 Declare the structure at 2303 Dickson Lane a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished (District 1).
TABLED

40-479 Declare the structure at 2154 Senator Street a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished (District 5).
APPROVED

40-480 Declare the structure at 205 Rylands Street a public nuisance and order it repaired or demolished (District 2).
APPROVED

58-481 Assess cost for removal of weeds, Group #1561 .
APPROVED

16B. CIP RESOLUTIONS BEING INTRODUCED:

21-482 Authorize contract with CRV Surveillance, LLC for Connie Hudson Mobile Regional Senior Community Center Security Cameras, $29,131.0 (2017 CIP #398; City-wide; PR-178-17; CO288) (sponsored by Councilmember Rich & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Kimberly Harden, Architectural Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

21-483 Authorize contract with Aeiker Construction Corporation for Harmon Park-Playground Improvements, $158,281.00 (2017 CIP #112 D2; PR-115-17; CO203) (sponsored by Councilmember Manzie & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Kimberly Harden, Architectural Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

21-493 Authorize contract with Phillips Monuments, LLC for Unity Point Park-Sculpture Base Repairs, $29,500.00 (2017 CIP #127; D2; PR-165-17; CO130) (sponsored by Councilmember Manzie & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Kimberly Harden, Architectural Engineering Department).
APPROVED

21-494 Authorize contract with Micor, Inc. d/b/a MDS Construction for Theodore Park-New Walking Trail, $62,188.00 (2017 CIP #281; D4; PR-148-17; CO128) (sponsored by Councilmember Williams & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Kimberly Harden, Architectural Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

16C. RESOLUTIONS BEING INTRODUCED:

09-484 Transfer $1,000.00 from General Fund District 1, Discretionary Account DSC-01, 10041020.42080 to the General Fund, Department 0560, Mobile Museum of Art, 10040560.42200. to enable educational outreach (sponsored by Councilmember Richardson) (submitted by Patricia A. Aldrich, Accounting Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

21-485 Authorize contract with J & A Contracting for Herndon-Sage Park-Bleacher Replacement, $8,694.00 (PR-198-17; CO168) (sponsored by Councilmember Richardson & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Kimberly Harden, Architectural Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

21-486 Authorize contract with J. Hunt Enterprises, General Contractors, LLC for Fire Station #9-Parking Lot Paving and Drainage, $39,120.00 (FD-104-16; CO109) (sponsored by Councilmember Manzie & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Kimberly Harden, Architectural Engineering Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

25-487 Authorize acceptance of Fee Simple Warranty Deeds, Temporary Construction Easements and Right of Entries needed to widen Zeigler Boulevard (sponsored by Councilmember Gregory & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by John Olszewski, Real Estate Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

25-488 Authorize acceptance of a permanent drainage easement from Parklane, LTD, an Alabama limited partnership for Three Mile Creek at Zeigler Boulevard, 2016 Drainage Improvements Project No. 2016-202-20 (sponsored by Councilmember Gregory & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by John Olszewski, Real Estate Department).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

31-489 Amend 2016 Action Plan (sponsored by Councilmember Richardson & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by James Roberts, Community & Housing Development).
HELD OVER FOR ONE WEEK

31-490 Authorize TAP Grant Agreement for sidewalk improvements along Old Shell Road east of Myrtlewood Lane, $161,137.08 grant funds; $40,284.27 City match (sponsored by Councilmember Gregory & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Jennifer White, Traffic Engineering Department).
APPROVED

31-491 Authorize TAP Grant Agreement for sidewalk improvements along Dauphin Island Parkway, $138,529.51 grant funds; $34,632.38 City match (sponsored by Councilmember Small & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Jennifer White, Traffic Engineering Department).
APPROVED

31-492 Authorize TAP Grant Agreement for sidewalk improvements along Old Shell Road Phase II, $200,412.80 grant funds; $50,103.20 City match (sponsored by Councilmember Richardson & Mayor Stimpson) (submitted by Jennifer White, Traffic Engineering Department).
APPROVED

17. CALL FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS:

41-495 Assent to the vacation of a portion of Nicholson Road (between Douglas Lane and Faye Street) (District 3) (applicant: DIP I-10, LLC) (scheduled for August 29, 2017).
APPROVED

41-496 Consider a vacation of right-of-way fee as a condition of the vacation of a portion of Nicholson Road (between Douglas Lane and Faye Street) (District 3) (scheduled for August 29, 2017).
APPROVED

41-497 Call for public hearing to rezone property at the west side of Rangeline Road Service Road, 2/10± mile south of CSX Railroad, from R-1 to B-3 (Applicant: Twilley Builders, Inc.) (scheduled for September 5, 2017).
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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