Phenix council agenda

March 1, 2014 

The Phenix City Council meets at 9 a.m. EST Tuesday in the city council chambers in the Public Safety Building, 1111 Broad St. The council has its work session at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the third-floor conference room in the Municipal Building.

PRESENTATION

Presentation by Cole Posey, executive director of the Muscular Dystrophy Association of Central and West Georgia.

Presentation by Candice Poole, campaign associate, United Way of the Chattahoochee Valley Inc.

CITY CLERK

Approval of regularly scheduled meeting minutes of Feb. 18 work session and Feb. 19 council meeting.

CITY COUNCIL

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

RESOLUTIONS

Resolution in reference to authorizing the mayor and and city manager to enter into a grant agreement with ADECA in the amount of $100,000 to construct a trail head facility and trail link between the Riverwalk and Whitewater Rafting on the Chattahoochee River.

Resolution in reference to authorizing the mayor and city manager to enter into a contract with Lee-Russell Council of Governments for grant administration services in the amount of $5,845.

Building Department

Four resolutions to declare property a public nuisance and authorizing and directing the Housing Abatement Board to take necessary action to demolish, remove and clear all building materials, trash and debris from property at the following locations: 512 Seventh Ave., 1005 Eighth Ave., 1523 12th Ave. and 2402 31st St.

Three resolutions to rescind previous resolutions in reference to awarding bids to Stewart Contracting LLC for the demolition of structures located on city property at: 1111 Fifth Ave. for $1,333; 1807 22nd St. for $1,480 and 1809 22nd St. for $1,480.

Three Resolutions in reference to awarding bids to Hall Demolition for the demolition and removal of structures on the following properties owned by the city of Phenix City: 1111 Fifth Ave. in the amount of $1,724; 1807 22nd St., in the amount of $1,625 and 1809 22nd St. in the amount of $1,625.

Fire Department

Resolution in reference to declaring one Hot Point Stove and one Maytag Heavy Duty Washer as surplus to be sold as scrap.

Police Department

Resolution in reference to rejecting bids received for the police precinct at Lakewood Park.

Resolution in reference to declaring one Maytag Bravo Washer as surplus to be disposed of at the landfill.

ORDINANCES

First Reading

An ordinance authorizing the issuance of $10,145,000 principal amount of tax-exempt General Obligation School Warrants, Series 2014-A. (Tabled 02/19/14)

An ordinance authorizing the issuance of $11,070,000 Principal amount of Taxable General Obligation School Warrants, Series 2014-B. (Tabled 02/19/14)

An ordinance to amend Section 4.16-C of the Merit System Rules.

Public notice and ordinance to adopt the 2012 International Building and Regulations of the city of Phenix City.

BOARD APPOINTMENTS

Historic Preservation Commission - three openings.

LICENSE APPLICATIONS

Application for a Bonding Company License submitted by Scott Rawlins and Josh Eckert for Bandit's Bail Bonds Inc. located at 701 16th North, Suite C, Phenix City. (First reading)

CITY ATTORNEY

Claim filed by Jimmie R. Bonner.

CITY MANAGER

A resolution authorizing the mayor and city manager to sign documents with Sain Associates for implementing a "split-phase" operation at the intersection of Opelika Road and Lakewood Drive/Dobbs Drive in an amount not to exceed

$1,500.

DEPARTMENT HEADS

WORK SESSION AGENDA

PRESENTATION

City Manager

REQUESTS TO ADDRESS COUNCIL

Lewis O. Veasey

Stephen Ward

Sharlene Casteel

Stephen Cooper, D.C.

PLANNING COMMISSION

Update on Feb. 25 Mmeeting by City Engineer Angel Moore

CITY CLERK

April Board Appointments

March and April, 2014 Calendars

CITY MANAGER

ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION

OTHER BUSINESS

DISCUSSION OF AGENDA ITEMS

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