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1-17-19

LAKE CITY JAN. 22 COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA


AGENDA
CITY OF LAKE CITY
City Council Regular Session
January 22, 2019
6:00 P.M. at City Hall    

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

INVOCATION – Vice-Mayor-Council Member Eugene Jefferson    

ROLL CALL

PROCLAMATIONS

In Recognition of Sergeant Marshall Sova
In Recognition of Officer Robert L. Wendel, Jr.
In Recognition of Assistant Fire Chief Timothy L.     Westberry

3.   MINUTES

Regular Session-December 17, 2018

4.    APPROVAL OF AGENDA

5.    APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA

Approval for the City of Lake City to host an Ethics Training Session in Lake City during 2019 for the Suwannee River League of Cities Membership. The City is a member of the Suwannee River League of Cities as well as the Northeast Florida League of Cities.  
Consider request for retirement and adoption of Police K9 “Inca” by his handler, Officer Connie Milligan.
Approval to begin negotiations with Jones Edmunds, top ranked firm, for Professional Engineering Services for the Lake City Wastewater Improvement Project I-75/SR47 as per RFQ-001-2019.   
Approve $1,430.00 additional funds to purchase an equipment trailer, originally budgeted for $9,885.00, to haul sprayfield equipment for a new cost of $11,315.00. The additional funds of $1,430.00 are covered due to a savings of $6,834.29 from the purchase of a tractor budgeted in the same account for FY 2019.

6.    PRESENTATIONS

Open First Public Hearing

For the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (FDEO) Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) in the Economic Development Category

to receive citizen views concerning housing, and community and economic development needs.

Close Public Hearing

7.    PERSONS WISHING TO ADDRESS COUNCIL

8.    OLD BUSINESS

None

9.    NEW BUSINESS

RESOLUTIONS:

City Council Resolution No. 2019-00l, if adopted, will confirm and ratify the City’s Interlocal Agreement with Florida Gateway College for emergency sewer repairs.

City Council Resolution No. 2019-002, if adopted, will reappoint Vivian Douberly and Christopher Lydick to serve as members on the Planning and Zoning Board and the Board of Adjustments.

City Council Resolution No. 2019-003, if adopted, will authorize Task Assignment Number Twelve to the continuing contract with North Florida Professional Services, Inc. for services related to the resurfacing of McFarlane Avenue; and to pay North Florida Professional Services, Inc. a not-to-exceed amount of $76,933.00.

City Council Resolution No. 2019-004, if adopted, will authorize the execution of a Railroad Crossing Transfer Agreement providing for the transfer of maintenance responsibilities of railroad grade crossings and crossing traffic control devices associated with Crossing Number 713232-K pursuant to the transfer of public road jurisdiction, and providing for an effective date.

City Council Resolution No. 2019-005, if adopted, will authorize the execution of a Railroad Crossing Transfer Agreement providing for the transfer of maintenance responsibilities of railroad grade crossings and crossing traffic control devices associated with Crossing Number 622834-Y pursuant to the transfer of public road jurisdiction, and providing for an effective date.

City Council Resolution No. 2019-006, if adopted, will authorize the execution of a Railroad Crossing Transfer Agreement providing for the transfer of maintenance responsibilities of railroad grade crossings and crossing traffic control devices associated with Crossing Number 713229-C pursuant to the transfer of public road jurisdiction, and providing for an effective date.

City Council Resolution No. 2019-007, if adopted, will authorize the City to enter into Task Assignment Number Eleven to its continuing contract with Jones Edmunds & Associates, Inc. for the professional consulting services and assistance of consultant to provide the City with Wetland Delineation, a stormwater management needs assessment, and the preparation of a 10/2 Self-Certification to assist in the expansion of the structure that houses equipment assigned to the Utilities Department; and to pay the consultant a not-to-exceed amount of $15,500.00 for its services.

City Council Resolution No. 2019-008, if adopted, will authorize the City to enter into Task Assignment Number Five to the continuing contract with Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. for professional consulting services and assistance  of consultant to prepare plans and specifications to replace the existing Hydromatic return activated sludge pumps and Yaskawa variable frequency drives located at the St. Margaret’s Wastewater Treatment Facility and to pay a not-to-exceed amount of $12,105.00.

City Council Resolution No. 2019-009, if adopted, will authorize the City to enter into Task Assignment Number Six to the continuing contract with Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. for professional consulting services and assistance of consultant to prepare plans and specifications and perform construction related services associated with upgrading the aeration basin and to pay a not-to-exceed amount of $104,850.00.

10.    DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION

None

11.    COMMENTS BY COUNCIL MEMBERS          

12.    ADJOURNMENT