Ways & Means Committee Agenda

Standing Committee of the City Council, Minneapolis, Minnesota

 

Regular Meeting

August 29, 2016 – 1:30 p.m.

Room 317, City Hall

 

Members Present:  Council Members John Quincy (Chair), Lisa Bender, Andrew Johnson, and Linea Palmisano (Quorum 4)

Members Absent: Council Members Elizabeth Glidden and Blong Yang.

Council Committee Coordinator:  Kelly Geistler, 612-673-3963

 

Consent

Attorney

1.    Legal Settlement – City Church v. City of Minneapolis (16-01197)

Approving the settlement of the special assessment appeal brought in the matter of City Church v. City of Minneapolis, Court File No. 27-CV-16-3649, associated with the West 54th St. (Penn Ave. S. to Lyndale Ave S) Reconstruction Project, reassessing City Church’s property at 1501 West 54th Street at the amount of $71,000, canceling all previous assessments associated with this project for this individual parcel, replacing them with the new amended assessment, and authorizing any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement.

Action Taken: Approved.

2.    Contract amendment with Kirby Kennedy for court reporting (16-01198)

Authorizing an extension to Contract No. C-37263 with Kirby Kennedy, providing court reporting services for an additional year through June 30, 2017.

Action Taken: Approved.

City Coordinator

3.    Grant application to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (16-01199)

Authorizing the submission of a grant application to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, a department of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, for the 'Resiliency in Communities After Stress and Trauma' grant of $1,000,000 a year for up to five years.

Action Taken: Approved.

Convention Center

4.    Bid by Meisinger Construction Company, Inc. for Minneapolis Convention Center exhibit hall entry fronts (16-01200)

Accepting the low bid of Meisinger Construction Company, Inc. (OP No. 8300) in the amount of $2,965,300 to furnish all labor, materials, and incidentals necessary for the Minneapolis Convention Center exhibit hall entry fronts, and authorizing a contract for this project, all in accordance with our specifications.

Action Taken: Approved.

5.    Bid by Hufcor, Inc. for Minneapolis Convention Center operable wall partition replacement (16-01201)

Accepting the low responsive bid of Hufcor, Inc. (OP No. 8310) in the amount of $359,239 to furnish all labor, materials, and incidentals necessary for the operable wall partition replacement for the City of Minneapolis Convention Center, and authorizing a contract for this project, all in accordance with our specifications.

Action Taken: Approved.

Finance & Property Services

6.    Contract Amendment with Iyawe and Associates Corporation to the Fridley Softening Plant Toilet and Locker Room Upgrade Project (16-01202)

Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-39977 with Iyawe and Associates Corporation for $11,008.65 for a new, not to exceed total of $374,008.65, for unforeseen items not included in the original scope of the project.

Action Taken: Approved.

7.    Contract Amendment with Morcon Construction Inc. for Elevator Upgrade Project (16-01203)

Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-39825 by $27,467 for a new not-to-exceed total of $875,867.88 with Morcon Construction Inc. for unforeseen items not included in the original scope of the Elevator Upgrade Project.

Action Taken: Approved.

8.    Contract for architectural and engineering services with Wold Architects for the Fire Stations No. 4 & 8 Renovation Project (16-01204)

Authorizing a contract for architectural and engineering design services with Wold Architects not-to-exceed $250,000 for the City of Minneapolis Fire Department Fire Stations No. 4 & 8 Renovation Project.

Action Taken: Approved.

9.    HUD 2016 Consolidated Plan final department allocations (16-01205)

1.    Authorizing departmental appropriation adjustments to reflect the actual HUD allocations for CDBG, Housing Opportunities for People with Aids (HOPWA), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) and HOME Investment Partnership identified in the attached updated Schedule 4 - Community Development Block Grant Program. 

2.    Passage of Resolution approving various appropriations to multiple City departments. 

Action Taken: Approved.

10.  Contract with FRSecure Information Security Consulting for payment standards compliance services (16-01206)

Authorizing an agreement with FRSecure Information Security Consulting to provide Payment Card Industry Data Service Standards (PCI DSS) compliance services in an amount of $225,000 annually, to reduce the risk of fraud and misuse of credit cards accepted by the City.

Action Taken: Approved.

Information Technology

11.  Contract with Insight Public Sector, Inc., ongoing software and workflow support services (16-01207)

Authorizing a contract with Insight Public Sector, Inc. for $600,000 through Sept. 5, 2019, with the option to extend two additional one-year terms, to assist the City in utilizing the Microsoft Identity Management software, and to improve security workflows for various human resource functions.

Action Taken: Approved.

12.  Contract amendment with DeltaWrx, LLC Contract for continued support services (16-01208)

Authorizing an extension to Contract No. C-37360 through Dec 31, 2017, for no additional cost, as the original contract was for a fixed-cost contract, to assist the Information Technology Department in the continued phases of the Police Information Management System rollout.

Action Taken: Approved.

Department of Intergovernmental Relations

13.  Contract amendment with FaegreBD Consulting for federal representation services (16-01193)

Authorizing an extension to Contract No. C-40109 with Faegre BD Consulting for continued federal representation services in Washington, D.C., through Oct. 31, 2016, with a contract increase of $24,400 for a new not-to-exceed total of $122,000.

Action Taken: Approved.

Public Works

14.  Fridley Filter Plant Rehabilitation Project - License Agreement with Anoka County (16-01209)

Authorizing execution of a license agreement with Anoka County for a temporary access road into the proposed Construction site.

Action Taken: Approved.

Referred from Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee

15.  Director’s Fee Schedule: gas burner permit fee structure (16-01172)

Approving an amendment to the Director’s Fee Schedule to go from the current five-tier gas burner permit fee schedule down to a two-tier fee schedule. (Approximately 6% drop in revenue, roughly $50,000 per year).

Action Taken by CDRS:  Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

16.  2015 Annual Tax Increment Report (16-01173)

Receiving an annual report on the City’s use of tax increment financing.

Action Taken by CDRS:  Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

Referred from Health, Environment & Community Engagement Committee

17.  Grant from Hennepin County for contraception services through the School Based Clinics Program (16-01158)

1.    Accepting a grant from Hennepin County in the amount of $24,000 to provide contraception to under- and uninsured teens through the School Based Clinics Program.

2.    Authorizing an agreement with Hennepin County for the grant.

3.    Passage of Resolution appropriating the funds to the Health Department.

Action Taken by HECE:  Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

18.  Grant from Centers for Disease Control for prevention of teen dating violence and youth violence (16-01163)

1.    Accepting a grant from the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the amount of $1,700,000 over five years to prevent teen dating violence and youth violence.

2.    Passage of Resolution appropriating the funds to the Health Department.

Action Taken by HECE:  Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

19.  Community wellness contract amendments (16-01159)

Authorizing the following amendments to community wellness contracts to reduce hypertension and diabetes, extending all termination dates to the end of the federally approved grant period and increasing funding as follows:

1.    Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. 40211 with the Native American Community Clinic, increasing the contract by $75,000, for a new, not-to-exceed contract amount of $135,000.

2.    Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. 40721 with Nourish Health Consulting, increasing the contact by $90,000, for a new, not-to-exceed contract amount of $135,000.

3.    Amendment No. 2 to Contract No. 40330 with Stairstep Foundation, increasing the contact by $16,000, for a new, not-to-exceed contract amount of $72,584.

Action Taken by HECE:  Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

20.  Joint Powers Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding for youth curfew/truancy services (16-01160)

1.    Authorizing execution of a Joint Powers Agreement (JPA) between the City, Hennepin County, and Minneapolis Public Schools for youth curfew/truancy services for the term of Jan. 1, 2017, through Dec. 31, 2026, with automatic 5-year renewals absent a new JPA or written notice of termination, providing for the continued existence of the Juvenile Supervision Center with annual funding to be apportioned equally between the partners, with Hennepin County serving as the fiscal agent.

2.    Authorizing execution of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) providing for City provision of services to assist in the operations of the Juvenile Supervision Center for a term of Jan. 1, 2017, through Dec. 31, 2017, with automatic one-year renewals absent a new MOU or written notice of termination.

Action Taken by HECE:  Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

Referred from Public Safety, Civil Rights & Emergency Management Committee

21.  Contract with University of Minnesota Veterinary Clinic for veterinary services (16-01183)

Authorizing a contract with the University of Minnesota Veterinary Clinic for veterinary services for two additional new K-9’s not covered on the current 2015-2016 annual service plan, in the amount of $862 for the duration of Feb. 1, 2016 to July 1, 2016.

Action Taken by PSCREM: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

22.  Memorandum of Understanding with the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, D.C. for police officer participation in Presidential Inauguration Task Force (16-01184)

Authorizing a Memorandum of Understanding with the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, D.C. for 40 sworn police officers to travel and participate in the Presidential Inauguration Task Force (PITF) in the Washington, D.C. area from Jan. 15, 2017 to Jan. 21, 2017.

Action Taken by PSCREM: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

23.  Travel expense donation acceptance from Major Cities Chiefs Association (16-01185)

Passage of Resolution accepting donation from Major Cities Chiefs Association for travel expenses for Police Chief Janee Harteau to attend board meeting as the Central Region representative in Chicago, IL, from Aug. 4-5, 2016.

Action Taken by PSCREM: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

24.  Custom door gift acceptance from Aaron Carlson Corporation (16-01186)

Passage of Resolution accepting donation of custom ballistic wood door from Aaron Carlson Corporation for the Police Department – 2nd Precinct.

Action Taken by PSCREM: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

25.  Security film and labor gift acceptance from C-Bond and Sun Control of Minnesota (16-01187)

Passage of Resolution accepting donation of security film from C-Bond and labor to install the film from Sun Control of Minnesota for the Police Department – 4th Precinct.

Action Taken by PSCREM: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

26.  Grant acceptance from the State of Minnesota - Fourth Judicial District Court for police liaison and monitoring services (16-01188)

Accepting a DWI Court grant award from the State of Minnesota - Fourth Judicial District Court for police liaison and monitoring services in the amount of $70,900, with a requirement for local match of $10,980.

Action Taken by PSCREM: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

27.  Grant acceptance from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety - Office of Traffic Safety to support traffic enforcement (16-01189)

1.    Accepting grant from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety – Office of Traffic Safety for the continuation of the Towards Zero Deaths traffic enforcement Police Department partnership program in the amount of $258,300, for the duration of Oct. 1, 2016 through Sept. 30, 2017.

2.    Authorizing agreements to share the awarded funds with Golden Valley, Crystal, Robbinsdale, New Hope and Minneapolis Park PD to share the grant funds in amounts to be determined.

Action Taken by PSCREM: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

28.  Grant acceptance from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Homeland Security and Emergency Management Division for the Emergency Management Preparedness Grant (16-01190)

1.    Accepting grant from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Homeland Security and Emergency Management Division for the Emergency Management Preparedness Grant in the amount of $30,000 for the duration of Jan. 1, 2016 through Dec. 31, 2016.

2.    Passage of Resolution approving appropriation of funds to the Office of Emergency Management.

Action Taken by PSCREM: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

Postponement

Referred from Transportation & Public Works Committee

29.  Advanced Metering Infrastructure: Request for Proposals (16-01097)

Authorizing issuance of a Request for Proposals for an Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) system for the City’s residential water meters. 

Action Taken by TPW: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

30.  Nicollet-Central Modern Streetcar Project: Project management contract amendment (16-01107)

Authorizing an amendment to Contract No. C-38559 with ZAN Associates, extending the contract to March 31, 2018, and increasing the contract by $120,000, for a revised contract total of $245,000, to provide project management and public outreach professional services for the Nicollet-Central Modern Streetcar Project.

Action Taken by TPW: Approved.

Action Taken: Referred back to the Transportation & Public Works Committee.

 

Notice: A portion of this meeting may be closed to the public pursuant to MN Statutes Section 13D.03 or 13D.05

 

Next Committee Meeting:  Sept. 19, 2016

Committee actions will be referred to the next Council Meeting:  Sept. 2, 2016

 

Upcoming Budget Subcommittee Meetings/Departmental Budget Presentations:

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