CITY COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA DOTHAN, ALABAMA 4:00 P.M., September 30, 2003 Invocation: Associate Pastor Orrin Barrett - Ridgecrest Baptist Church Pledge of Allegiance: Commissioner Clements Roll: Sowell, Reading, Glanton, Clements, Rudd, Thomas, Bullard 1. Previous Minutes: Minutes of Meeting of September 23, 2003 2. Communications from Mayor and City Commissioners: Proclamation - "World Hunger Month" - Jeannie Sigler Proclamation - "Fire Prevention Week" - Glenn Temples Special Presentation - Senator Harri Anne Smith Special Presentation - Charles Woods, President - Alabama Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials 3. Communications from City Manager: Life Save Award - Fire Chief Sam Crawford 4. Communications from City Clerk: 5. Ord. No._________Rezoning property of Leslie Blumberg, Stanley Erdreich, Jr., and Ben L. Erdreich located on the North side of the 3200 block of West Main Street from GA-2 District to B-4 and B-3 Districts. 6. Res. No._________Rescinding Resolution No. 2003-260 which agreed to fund fifty percent (50%) of the cost of sanitary and storm sewer improvements on the property of Earl Durden of Spanish Acres Investments, L.L.C. 7. Res. No._________Applying for and accepting a Transportation Enhancement Grant with the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) for the restoration and renovation of the former Greyhound Bus Station in the amount of $500,000.00 and agreeing to fund $50,000.00 of the twenty percent (20%) local match. 8. Res. No._________Amending the agreement with Attenta Smart Risk Management to provide administrative services for Workers Compensation. 9. Res. No._________Entering into a contract with Donald Smith Company, Inc. for the emergency repair of Well Number 25 at a cost of $90,221.50. 10. Res. No._________Entering into a contract with Donald Smith Company, Inc. for the repair, general maintenance and lowering of seven water production wells at a cost of $257,898.00. 11. Res. No._________Entering into an agreement with the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind to provide interpreter services for victims with hearing or vision disabilities. 12. Res. No._________Entering into an agreement with Wiregrass Rehabilitation Center to provide ground maintenance services at the Citys cemeteries; Houston-Love Memorial Library; water wells, tanks and electrical substations; additional maintenance for cemeteries to include pruning, stump and brush removal and herbicide application, pick up of litter; grounds maintenance services for Andrew Belle Community Center; and assistance with "Clean Up Dothan Now" program for an annual cost of $356,703 plus a fee of $400 per event for pruning shrubbery at Substation No. 8, and approximately $7,000 to clean up Rip Hewes Stadium following football games. 13. Res. No._________Amending various accounts in the 2003 Fiscal Year Budget. 14. Res. No._________ Awarding bids by the city. 15. Res. No._________Approving advance travel for city employees. 16. Acceptance of an easement from Wiregrass Habit for Humanity, Inc. needed for miscellaneous storm drainage on Bell Street. 17. Adjournment. ADMINISTRATIVE MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, September 30, 2003 Following City Commission Meeting ENTER INTO AGREEMENT WITH WAID MCNAMARA PARRISH ARCHITECTURE, INC. FOR THE DIXIE DEPOT RENOVATION. The City of Dothan, Wiregrass Transit Authority, and Landmarks Foundation, Inc. met and evaluated the two submitted proposals, from Donofro and Associates and Waid McNamara Parrish. Based on their firm`s previous work on this project, Waid McNamara Parrish scored higher on the evaluation. ASPLUNDH CONTRACT EXTENSION. Asplundh has been working in the northwest section of Dothan since April 2003 upgrading the electrical distribution lines to bring them into compliance with code clearances. The majority of the work has been completed, but there is still a substantial area to cover. This will require four months to complete the upgrades, which will require an additional $100,000 to cover the cost. SUBRECIPIENT AGREEMENT WITH THE DOROTHY QUICK SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER. This is a contract between the City of Dothan and the Dorothy Quick Senior Citizens Center for a twelve month period. The agreement allows the City to allocate $10,000 to the Center from the Community Development Block Grant (CDGB) Program. The funds will be used to assist the Dorothy Quick Senior Citizens Center in meeting its operational cost and is an eligible expenditure under regulations governing the CDGB Program. PRIVILEGES OF THE FLOOR
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