Ways & Means Committee Agenda

Standing Committee of the City Council, Minneapolis, Minnesota

 

Regular Meeting

December 5, 2016 – 1:30 p.m.

Room 317, City Hall

 

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

Members Absent: Council Member Elizabeth Glidden

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

 

Consent

Attorney

1.    Legal Settlement – Nadine Babu v. City of Becker, et al. (16-01630)

Approving the settlement of the lawsuit Nadine Babu v. City of Becker, et al, (Court File No. 14-CV-4471), by the payment of $22,500 to Nadine Babu and her attorneys at Sapentia Law Group, PLLC, and authorizing any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement.

Action Taken: Approved.

2.    Legal Settlement - Bardin Schlitz v. City of Minneapolis (16-01631)

Approving  the settlement of the lawsuit Bardin Schlitz v City of Minneapolis, (Court File No.  15-cv-03240), by payment of $32,500 to Bardin Schlitz and his attorneys, and authorizing execution of any documents necessary to effectuate settlement.

Action Taken: Approved.

3.    Legal Settlement – Claim of Nephtalie Alcenat (16-01648)

Approving the settlement of the claim of Nephtalie Alcenat by payment of $18,000 to Nephtalie Alcenat and her attorneys Sherburne Law Offices, P.A., and authorizing the City Attorney’s Office to execute any documents necessary to effectuate settlement.

Action Taken: Approved.

4.    Legal settlement - special assessment appeal Steven Meldahl v. City of Minneapolis (16-01649)

Approving the settlement of the special assessment appeal Steven Meldahl v. City of Minneapolis (Court File No. 27-CV-15-20820) by canceling the following special assessments assessed in 2015 against properties held b Plaintiff Steven Meldahl, and authorizing the City Attorney’s Office to execute any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement:

1.      Assessment No. 043-0428.311 relating to the property located at 2018 11th St S for $793.12;

2.      Assessment No. 061-0323.311 relating to the property located at 2711 Fremont Ave N for $570.09;

3.      Assessment No. 061-0340.308 relating to the property located at 2819 Fremont Ave N for $967.99;

4.      Assessment No. 061-0340.315 relating to the property located at 2819 Fremont Ave N for $316.45;

5.      Assessment No. 061-0340.310 relating to the property located at 2819 Fremont Ave N for $223.98;

6.      Assessment No. 061-0340.311relating to the property located at 2819 Fremont Ave N for $17.52;

7.      Assessment No. 061-0340.312 relating to the property located at 2819 Fremont Ave N for $146.06;

8.      Assessment No. 061-0340.313 relating to the property located at 2819 Fremont Ave N for $27.87;

9.      Assessment No. 061-0575.309 relating to the property located at 1415 14th Ave N for $166.03;

10.   Assessment No. 063-0093.315 relating to the property located at 2815 14th Ave S for $167.72;

11.   Assessment No. 091-1105.311 relating to the property located at 2500 Humboldt Ave N for $402.21;

12.   Assessment No. 091-1105.312 relating to the property located at 2500 Humboldt Ave N for $173.23;

13.   Assessment No. 101-0149.316 relating to the property located at 2322 Irving Ave N for $243.67;

14.   Assessment No. 101-1726.316 relating to the property located at 2807 Knox Ave N for $831.64;

15.   Assessment No. 1430774315 relating to the property located at 3345 6th St N for $1900.64;

16.   Assessment No. 1430774316 relating to the property located at 3345 6th St N for$469.12 ;

17.   Assessment No. 1430774317 relating to the property located at 3345 6th St N for $180.29;

18.   Assessment No. 1430774318 relating to the property located at 3345 6th St N for $902.56;

19.   Assessment No. 1430774315 relating to the property located at 3345 6th St N for $206.83;

20.   Assessment No. 1430851313 relating to the property located at 3701 6th St N for $366.69;

21.   Assessment No. 1430851314 relating to the property located at 3701 6th St N for $527.57;

22.   Assessment No. 1430851315 relating to the property located at 3701 6th St N for $800.40;

23.   Assessment No. 1430851316 relating to the property located at 3701 6th St N for $90.71;

24.   Assessment No. 1430851317 relating to the property located at 3701 6th St N for $530.82;

25.   Assessment No. 1430861310 relating to the property located at 3725 6th St N for $603.02;

26.   Assessment No. 1430861311 relating to the property located at 3725 6th St N for $280.24;

27.   Assessment No. 1430861308 relating to the property located at 3725 6th St N for $483.59; and

28.   Assessment No. 1430861309 relating to the property located at 3725 6th St N for $111.17.

 

Action Taken: Approved.

5.    Settlement of City of Austin and City of Minneapolis v. Christopher Garbisch and Public Employees Retirement Association (16-01650)

Approving the settlement of City of Austin and City of Minneapolis v. Christopher Garbisch and Public Employees Retirement Association, (OAH File 65-3600-33288) by payment of $45,000 to the Law Office of Hoversten Johnson Beckmann & Hovey, LLP, and authorizing the City Attorney’s Office to execute any documents necessary to effectuate settlement. 

Action Taken: Approved.

6.    Contract with Thomson Reuters for Online Legal Research Services (16-01632)

Authorizing the City Attorney’s Office to enter into a five-year contract, with an option for five additional years, with Thomson Reuters for online legal research services for an amount not-to-exceed $600,000.

Action Taken: Approved.

7.    Contract amendments with Hennepin County Department of Community Corrections (16-01633)

Authorizing amendments to three contracts with Hennepin County Department of Community Corrections, extending the contracts for an additional year, from Jan. 1, 2017, through Dec.31, 2017, and adding an additional year of funding as follows:

1.      C-39860 - $65,000 (Downtown 100)

2.      C-39861 - $50,000 (40 Chronic Offenders)

3.      C-39859 - $50,000 (Downtown 100 & Focus 18-24

Action Taken: Approved.

8.    Contract with the Domestic Abuse Project for 24-Hour domestic abuse hotline services (16-01651)

Authorizing a three year contract with Domestic Abuse Project in an amount not-to-exceed $275,000, with the option annually to extend the contract for two additional years, to provide a 24-Hour Domestic Abuse Hotline Service.

Action Taken: Approved.

9.    Selection of Bond Counsel (16-01662)

1.      Authorizing a three-year legal services agreement in an amount not-to-exceed $300,000 with Kennedy & Graven, Chartered to serve as general bond counsel to the City; and

2.      Authorizing a three-year legal services agreement in an amount not-to-exceed $100,000 with Gray Plant Mooty to serve as bond counsel for the limited tax-supported Common Bond Fund; and

3.      Approving designation of the following firms as the Conduit Revenue Bond Counsel Panel for 2017-2019:

1.      Barnes and Thornburg LLP

2.      Briggs and Morgan

3.      Dorsey and Whitney LLP

4.      Gray Plant Mooty

5.      Kennedy and Graven, Chartered

6.      Kutak Rock LLP

7.      McGrann Shea Carnival Straughn & Lamb, Chartered

4.      Rescinding the previous Conduit Revenue Bond Counsel Panel established in 2014.

Action Taken: Approved.

City Clerk 

10.  Donation of a book scanner from Bethel University (16-01665)

Authorizing acceptance of the donation of a book scanner from Bethel University for use in the City archives to aid in digitizing historical material.

Action Taken: Approved.

11.  Minneapolis political history project (16-01652)

Authorizing a contract with Tony L. Hill, Ph.D. not-to-exceed $15,000 for professional research services providing historical data on the political history of the City of Minneapolis.

Action Taken: Approved.

City Coordinator

12.  Grant Acceptance from the Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities (16-01634)

1.    Accepting $75,000 Partners for Places grant from Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities for farmers' market collaborative, metrics and outreach.

2.    Authorizing an agreement with Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities to receive that grant and submit a final report by Dec. 4, 2017.

3.    Passage of Resolution approving appropriation of funds to the Sustainability Office.

Action Taken: Approved.

13.  Contract with the Improve Group for services related to the ReCAST Minneapolis grant (16-01653)

Authorizing an agreement with The Improve Group through Dec. 2017 for a not-to-exceed amount of $245,000 to provide a needs assessment, strategic planning, and program evaluation activities under the ReCAST Minneapolis program.

Action Taken: Approved.

Community Planning & Economic Development

14.  Agreement for public art consulting for Webber Park Library (16-01654)

Authorizing an agreement with Hennepin County to accept funds in the amount of $4,590 from Hennepin County for the City Public Art Administrator to coordinate the commissioning of public artworks for Webber Park Library.

Action Taken: Approved.

Convention Center

15.  Contract amendment with Peterson Companies, Inc. for contract close-out (16-01635)

Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-40780 with Peterson Companies, Inc. by $116,868 for a new total of $1,094,568 to allow for close-out and final payment of the rainwater storage and irrigation system retrofit project.

Action Taken: Approved.

Finance & Property Services

16.  Annual property insurance premium for the Minneapolis Convention Center (MCC), Tallmadge Building, and parking ramp    (16-01636)

1.    Authorizing acceptance of the favorable premium rate defined for the 2016 property insurance for the Minneapolis Convention Center (MCC), including the Tallmadge Building and the MCC parking ramp, for Jan. 1, 2017, coverage, and

2.    Accepting the XL Insurance quote of $281,145 plus taxes and surcharges and locking in the binder for the 2017 property coverage, and

3.    Accepting the quote for the inclusion of additional terrorism coverage for TRIA as renewed by the federal government in this multi-year rate.

Action Taken: Approved.

17.  Contract with Perkins + Will, Inc. for Pre-Design and Program Development Services for the new Downtown Office Building Project (16-01637)

1. Authorizing a new contract with Perkins + Will, Inc. for Pre-Design and Program Development Services for the new Downtown Office Building Project in an amount not-to-exceed $500,000.

2.    Passage of a Resolution appropriating $500,000 to the Capital Project Fund 04180, Department 9010923.            

Action Taken: Approved.

18.  2016 General Fund Contingency Budget Usage Resolution (16-01655)

Passage of Resolution amending the 2016 General Appropriation Resolution to allocate general fund appropriation authority from the 2016 Operating Budget Contingency to the departmental general fund appropriation budgets in the City Clerk’s Office, for expenditure overages due to 2016 election costs, and the Minneapolis Police Department, for expenditure overages for unanticipated overtime, cadet/CSO and other personnel costs.

Action Taken: Approved.

19.  Resolutions relating to Target Market Ordinance - Permanent Review Committee (16-01656)

Passage of Resolutions for new Standard Contract Agreement and amendments to composition and scope of Permanent Review Committee.

Action Taken: Approved.

20.  Target Market Program General Industry Chart (16-01657)

Receiving and filing an update regarding the general industry chart approved by the Chief Financial Officer pertaining to the Target Market Program.

Action Taken: Received and filed.

21.  Official IRS Intent Declaration to issue tax-exempt bonds for project expenses beyond original budget projections (16-01658)

Passage of Resolution authorizing issuance of tax-exempt bonds to reimburse project expenses of up to 125% of the original project budget for projects included in the 2011 – 2016 Adopted Capital Budget resolutions, covering expenses incurred for 60 days prior to the adoption date and extending into the future until the respective projects have been completed and closed.

Action Taken: Approved.

22.  City of Minneapolis Accounts Receivable Policy (16-01660)

Approving a City of Minneapolis Accounts Receivable Policy to provide guidelines around accounts receivable activities, and consolidate multiple individual internal FPS policies around collections and accounting entry adjustments for invoices classified as bad debt.

Action Taken: Approved.

Information Technology

23.  IT Gift Acceptance for conference travel and associated expenses December 2016 (16-01661)

Passage of Resolution accepting gifts in the form of registration, airfare, lodging, and meal expenses for Tamara Bredemus, City of Minneapolis Director of Collaborative Services, to attend SharePoint Fest Technology Conference Dec. 6-9, 2016, in Chicago, Illinois.

Action Taken: Approved.

Police

24.  Revenue agreement with the Downtown Improvement District for 2016 Holidazzle police officer assistance (16-01638)

Authorizing a revenue agreement with the Downtown Improvement District for the Minneapolis Police Department to receive up to $6,370 in buy-back funds for increased policing in downtown Minneapolis during Holidazzle activities Nov. 28 - Dec. 23, 2016.

Action Taken: Approved.

Referred from Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee

25.  Rehab Support Program recommendations (16-01620)

1.    Accepting a MHFA Single Family Fall 2016 Impact Funds award totaling $236,842.

2.    Passage of Resolution approving appropriation of funds to the Department of Community Planning and Economic Development

3.    Approving the use of the Impact Funds as an interest rate subsidy for the Community Fix Up loans.

4.    Authorizing grant, sub-recipient and/or disbursement and related agreements for these funds.

5.    Authorizing a contract with Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation in the amount of $271,842, of which $236,842 is for program loans, and $35,000 from fund 01SRF-Residential Finance, for administrative costs.

Action Taken in CDRS: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

Referred from Health, Environment & Community Engagement Committee

26.  Clean Energy Partnership: Gift acceptance from Xcel Energy and CenterPoint Energy (16-01562)

1.    Passage of Resolution accepting gifts of $10,000 each from Xcel Energy and CenterPoint Energy for a community engagement energy efficiency pilot project as part of the Clean Energy Partnership.

2.    Passage of Resolution appropriating the funds to the Sustainability Office.

Action Taken by HECE: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

27.  Contract with Pace Analytical Services for Lead and Healthy Homes Program (16-01564)

Authorizing an agreement with Pace Analytical Services in an amount not to exceed $120,000 to provide environmental lead testing services for the period Jan. 1, 2017, through Dec. 31, 2019.

Action Taken by HECE: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

28.  Grant from School-Based Health Alliance for national quality initiative for school health services (16-01565)

1.    Accepting a grant from the School-Based Health Alliance in an amount not to exceed $4,200 to continue participation in the School Health Services National Quality Initiative Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Project.

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

Action Taken by HECE: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

29.  Contract with Volunteers of America for Community Health Worker services in Minneapolis Public Housing (16-01566)

Authorizing a contract with Volunteers of America in an amount not to exceed $241,500 to provide Community Health Worker services in select Minneapolis Public Housing Authority high rise buildings to assist residents in preventing and managing diabetes and hypertension for the period Jan. 1, 2017, through Sept. 29, 2018.

Action Taken by HECE: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

30.  Community Solar Garden subscription agreement with SunEdison (16-01570)

1.    Authorizing execution of a Community Solar Garden subscription agreement with SunEdison for City of Minneapolis operations for a term of 25 years, for an estimated cost of $65,700 annually, offset by estimated annual electrical utility credit of $64,570, providing an anticipated overall first year loss of ($1,100). Over the 25 year term of the agreement, the subscription should generate net present value savings between $100,000 and $160,000.

2.    Directing Finance & Property Services staff to report back to the HECE Committee by Mar. 31, 2017, with a Community Solar Request for Proposals incorporating the following criteria for evaluation:

1.    Availability of subscriptions for Minneapolis residents and businesses.

2.    Service by at least a certain minimum percentage of the overall community solar garden to low- and moderate-income (LMI) customers, and potentially incentives for LMI customers, with the City of Minneapolis acting as a backup subscriber to facilitate service to LMI customers.

3.    Location within the City of Minneapolis, potentially on a City-owned site.

4.    Potential ownership of the garden by Minneapolis residents, businesses, and property owners.

Action Taken by HECE: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

Referred from Intergovernmental Relations

31.  Contract with Fredrikson & Byron, PA, for state legislative services (16-01643)

Authorizing a contract not to exceed $48,000 with Fredrikson & Byron, PA for state legislative presentation services, from January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017, with the option to extend the contract on an annual basis, at the sole discretion of the City, for one additional year.

Action Taken by IGR: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

32.  Contract with Franzen Moore Government Relations for state legislative services (16-01644)

Authorizing a contract not to exceed $40,000 with Franzen Moore Government Relations for state legislative representation services, from January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017, with the option to extend the contract on an annual basis, at the sole discretion of the City, for one additional year.

Action Taken by IGR: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

Referred from Public Safety, Civil Rights & Emergency Management Committee

33.  Contract with CornerHouse Interagency Child Abuse Evaluation and Training Center for forensic evaluation services (16-01623)

Authorizing a contract with CornerHouse Interagency Child Abuse Evaluation and Training Center for conducting forensic evaluations of children and vulnerable adults, in an amount up to $525,380, for the duration of Jan. 1, 2017 through Dec. 31, 2019.

Action Taken by PSCREM: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

34.  Application to Minnesota Department of Public Safety Office of Justice Programs (OJP) for sex trafficking and training grant (16-01624)

1.    Authorizing submittal of an application to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety OJP for a Sex Trafficking and Training grant for the development of a Statewide Sex Trafficking Resource Portal.

2.    Authorizing a Memorandum of Understanding with Washington County Attorney’s Office and Saint Paul Police Department to provide training, case consultation, technical assistance, and advocacy/coordination information through the development of the Statewide Sex Trafficking Resource Portal.

Action Taken by PSCREM: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

35.  Camera equipment acceptance for Minneapolis Police 3rd Precinct from Ventura Village Neighborhood Organization (16-01625)

Passage of Resolution accepting the donation of camera equipment from the Ventura Village Neighborhood Organization for the 3rd Precinct undercover operations estimated at $1,725.

Action Taken by PSCREM: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

Referred from Transportation & Public Works Committee

36.  2017 Downtown Minneapolis Transportation Management Organization (TMO) Grant Agreements (16-01582)

1.    Authorizing execution of a Metropolitan Council pass-through sub-recipient grant agreement to provide up to $413,623 in federal grant funding for Transportation Demand Management (TDM) projects in effect from Jan. 1, 2017, through Dec. 31, 2017.

2.    Authorizing execution of Federal Transit Administration (FTA) fiscal year 2017 and subsequent certifications and assurances and certifying compliance with specific federal requirements and other documents pursuant to the terms of the sub-recipient grant agreement.

3.    Authorizing execution of agreements with the Downtown Minneapolis Transportation Management Organization (TMO) to perform specific work efforts in accordance with the Metropolitan Council contract providing up to $413,623 in federal grant funding in effect from Jan. 1, 2017, through Dec. 31, 2017.

4.    Passage of Resolution appropriating the funds to the Public Works Department.

Action Taken by TPW: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

37.  Grant from Minnesota Historical Society for Conservation of Sculpture Clock on Nicollet Mall (16-01583)

1.    Accepting a Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Local Government Grant in the amount of $92,948 to conserve the historical Sculpture Clock on Nicollet Mall and authorizing an agreement with the Minnesota Historical Society for the grant.

2.    Passage of Resolution appropriating the funds to the Public Works Department.

3.    Authorizing an amendment to Contract No. C-39746 with Kristin Cheronis, LLC, increasing the contract by $150,000, for a revised contract total of $525,000, for public art conservation, including Nicollet Mall art conservation, and to accommodate the number of subcontractors needed for the clock project.

Action Taken by TPW: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

38.  Change order to contract with Ram Construction Services for ABC Parking Facilities Repair Project (16-01585)

Authorizing Change Order No. 1 to Contract No. C-40228 with Ram Construction Services, increasing the contract by $19,449.40, for a revised contract total of $393,236.77, for repairs of post-tension ducts in Ramp A, as part of the ABC Parking Ramp Facilities Repair Project.

Action Taken by TPW: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

39.  Amendment to agreement with Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority for public infrastructure improvements (16-01586)

Authorizing an amendment to the agreement with the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority (MSFA) for public infrastructure improvements related to the Minnesota Multi-Purpose Stadium Project consisting of traffic signal modifications and catch basin installation.

Action Taken by TPW: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

40.  Amendment to contract with Meyer Contracting, Inc. for E 24th St and Snelling Ave Paving Project (16-01587)

Authorizing Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. C-40298 with Meyer Contracting, Inc., increasing the contract by $88,705.86, for a revised contract total of $1,249,482.86, and extending substantial completion of the contract to Nov. 13, 2016, and final completion to June 15, 2017, for the E 24th St and Snelling Ave Paving Project.

Action Taken by TPW: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

41.  Agreement with Coen+Partners for Peavey Plaza historic and landscape preservation architectural services (16-01588)

Authorizing an agreement with Coen+Partners in the amount of $895,500 for historic preservation architectural and landscape architectural services for Peavey Plaza.

Action Taken by TPW: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

42.  Agreement with Minnesota Vikings Football Stadium, LLC to evaluate the feasibility of a contraflow crossover between 3rd St S and 4th St S (16-01589)

1.    Authorizing an agreement with Minnesota Vikings Football Stadium, LLC for the City to evaluate the feasibility of connecting 3rd St S to 4th St S east of 11th Ave S.

2.    Passage of Resolution increasing the appropriation for the Public Works Department by $50,000 to be reimbursed by Minnesota Vikings Football Stadium, LLC through the 3rd Street Contraflow Design Pledge Agreement.

Action Taken by TPW: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

 

43.  8th St SE Street Reconstruction and Street Lighting Projects: Postponement of levy of assessments to 2018 (16-01590)

1.    Passage of Resolution amending Resolution 2014R-379 entitled “Ordering the work to proceed and adopting the special assessments for the 8th St SE Street Reconstruction Project,” passed Sept. 19, 2014, to postpone the levy of special assessments until 2018 to begin collection on 2019 property tax statements.

2.    Passage of Resolution amending Resolution 2014R-382 entitled “Ordering the work to proceed and adopting the special assessments for the 8th St SE Street Lighting Project,” passed Sept. 19, 2014, to postpone the levy of special assessments until 2018 to begin collection on 2019 property tax statements.

3.    Passage of Resolution rescinding Resolution 2014R-380 entitled “Requesting the Board of Estimate and Taxation to authorize the City’s issuance and sale of assessment bonds in the amount of $43,970 for the 8th St SE Street Reconstruction Project,” passed Sept. 19, 2014, rescinding the request to issue and sell assessment bonds for the project.

4.    Passage of Resolution rescinding Resolution 2014R-383 entitled “Requesting the Board of Estimate and Taxation to authorize the City’s issuance and sale of assessment bonds in the amount of $36,625 for the 8th St SE Street Lighting Project,” passed Sept. 19, 2014, rescinding the request to issue and sell assessment bonds for the project.

Action Taken by TPW: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

44.  Seward Bicycle Boulevards: Layout approval, grant acceptance, and cooperative agreement with Hennepin County (16-01594)

1.    Approving the layout for Seward Bicycle Boulevards.

2.    Accepting a Federal Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Grant for Safe Routes to School Funds through the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) in the amount of $299,920.

3.    Accepting Hennepin County grant funds in an amount not to exceed $32,500 and authorizing negotiation and execution of a cooperative agreement with Hennepin County for the grant.

4.    Passage of Resolution appropriating the funds, in the total amount of $332,420, to the Public Works Department.

5.    Directing Public Works staff to return to the Transportation & Public Works Committee no later than Jan. 31, 2017, with design options for the intersection of 29th Ave S and the Midtown Greenway, including a design option that will close 29th Ave S both northbound and southbound.

Action Taken by TPW: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

45.  Bid for rental of traffic control devices (16-01584)

Accepting low bid of Safety Signs, LLC (OP No. 8361) for an estimated annual expenditure of $500,000 to furnish and deliver traffic control devices on a rental basis for the Public Works Department, and authorizing a contract for the service.

Action Taken by TPW: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

46.  Bid for removal of snow and ice on public sidewalks (16-01627)

Accepting low responsive bid of Stonepros, LLC (OP No. 8354) for an estimated annual expenditure of $453,450 to furnish and deliver all labor, materials, and incidentals necessary for the removal and disposal of snow and ice on public sidewalks, and authorizing a contract for the service.

Action Taken by TPW: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

47.  Bid for stormwater pond dredging and cleanout (16-01627)

Accepting low bid of Fitzgerald Excavating and Trucking, Inc. (OP No. 8356) in the amount of $292,902 to furnish and deliver all labor, materials, and incidentals necessary for stormwater pond dredging and cleanout, and authorizing a contract for the service.

Action Taken by TPW: Approved.

Action Taken: Approved.

 

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

 

Committee actions will be referred to the next Council Meeting: Dec. 9, 2016

Next Committee Meeting: Jan. 9, 2017

 

Upcoming Budget Subcommittee Meetings/Departmental Budget Presentations:

Dec. 7, 2016:

6:05 p.m. meeting of the full City Council:

o   Public Hearing and Budget Adoption

o   Board of Estimate and Taxation meets immediately afterwards

 

Submit written comments about agenda items to: councilcomment@minneapolismn.gov

 

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