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AGENDA

REGULAR MEETING NO. 2014-16-RG

OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE

CITY OF MADISON, ALABAMA

6:00 P.M.

MUNICIPAL COMPLEX

AUGUST 11, 2014

 

 

1.         CALL TO ORDER

 

2.         INVOCATION              Pastor Angelia Waite, Restoration Church

 

3.         PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

4.         ROLL CALL OF ELECTED GOVERNING OFFICIALS

 

5.         APPROVAL OF MINUTES

 

A.         Minutes No. 2014-15-RG, July 28, 2014

 

B.         Minutes No. 2014-10-WS, July 23, 2014

 

6.         PRESENTATION AND AWARDS

 

A.         Presentation of appropriation in the amount of $10,000 from Senator Bill Holtzclaw for Palmer Park Upper Quad Scoreboards

 

B.         Presentation to Council by Tami Tubell, Program Manager for Huntsville-Tennessee Valley AMBUCS, regarding their program to make special bicycles for special needs children

 

7.         PUBLIC COMMENTS

            (Will be limited to 5 minutes if on the agenda and 3 minutes otherwise)

 

A.         Jonathan Pierce, discuss new project on Zierdt Road

 

8.         CONSENT AGENDA AND FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT

 

A.               Regular and periodic bills to be paid

 

B.         Acceptance of donation of Fujifilm camera with 8 GB SD card with an approximate value of $300 from Jay Snyder for use by the Police Department

 

C.         Approval of payment to Reed Contracting Services for asphalt supplied

            for trench failure repairs on Chatham (to be paid from Madison Utilities

            Forbearance funds)                                                                                  $224.20

 

D.         Approval of payment to Heritage Propane for propane supplied

            for trench failure repairs on Chatham (to be paid from Madison Utilities

            Forbearance funds)                                                                                    $36.44

 

E.         Approval of payment to Reed Contracting Services for asphalt supplied

            for trench failure repairs on Joe Phillips Drive (to be paid from Madison Utilities

            Forbearance funds)                                                                                  $448.99

 

F.         Approval of payment to Neely Coble Company for purchase of dump truck

            for Public Works Department (to be paid from departmental capital outlay

            budget)                                                                                             $108,816.00

 

G.         Approval of payment to Y and S Paving, Inc. for driveway repair on Pension

            Row project (to be paid from 2013 Bond account)                                  $850.00

 

H.         Approval of payment to Littlejohn Engineering Associates, Inc. for

            construction engineering and inspection services for Wall Triana

            Bridge replacement over Mill Creek (to be paid from 2013 Bond

            account)                                                                                               $14,951.22

 

I.          Resolution No. 2014-175-R approving a travel advance in the amount of $122.50 for Marcus Scroggin to attend PATC Leadership Skills for Challenging Times conference

 

J.          Resolution No. 2014-176-R declaring certain city property used by various departments (32 computers) as surplus and authorizing that they be sold through auction on GovDeals

 

K.         Approval of payment to CDG for professional services related to the Downtown

            Streetscape project (to be paid from 2013 Bond account)                  $11,161.80

 

9.         PRESENTATION OF REPORTS

 

A.               Mayor Troy Trulock

           

B.         Council District No. 1 Tim Holcombe

 

C.         Council District No. 2 Steve Smith

 

(1)        Resolution No. 2014-178-R approving Memorandum of Agreement for Recreation campus services

 

(2)        Resolution No. 2014-179-R approving Memorandum of Agreement with Madison Board of Education

 

D.         Council District No. 3 D. J. Klein

 

E.                Council District No. 4 Mike Potter

 

F.                Council District No. 5 Tommy Overcash

 

(1)        Tidewater Drive traffic calming plan

 

G.               Council District No. 6 Gerald Clark

 

H.         Council District No. 7 Ronica Ondocsin

 

10.       BOARD/COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

 

A.         Appointment to Construction Board of Appeals

 

11.       PUBLIC HEARINGS

 

12.       DEPARTMENT REPORTS

 

A.         RECREATION

 

(1)        Resolution No 2014-158-R authorizing and directing the Mayor to execute an agreement with Johnson and Associates for a boundary survey for a portion of Dublin Park (funding from departmental budget)

 

B.         PLANNING

 

(1)        Resolution No. 2014-159-R setting a public hearing on Proposed Ordinance No. 2014-160 to zone approximately 58 acres at the northwest corner of Burgreen Road and Powell Road as R-3A as requested by Mungo Homes (first publication 08/20/2014; synopsis 08/27/2014; public hearing 09/22/2014)

 

(2)        Resolution No. 2014-167-R setting a public hearing on Proposed Ordinance No. 2014-168 rezoning approximately 29 acres at the east side of Segers Road near Hardin Oak Drive (Stillwater Cove) from AG to R-3A as requested by Woodland Homes (first publication 08/20/2014; synopsis 08/27/2014; public hearing 09/22/2014)

 

(3)        Resolution No. 2014-162-R setting a public hearing on Proposed Ordinance No. 2014-163 to zone 501 Stella Drive as R-1B as requested by the property owner (first publication 08/20/2014; synopsis 08/27/2014; public hearing 09/22/2014)

 

(4)        Resolution No. 2014-165-R setting a public hearing on Proposed Ordinance No. 2014-166 to rezone approximately 89 acres at the south side of Hardiman Road, east of Segers Road from AG to R-3A as requested by Murphy Homes (first publication 08/20/2014; synopsis 08/27/2014; public hearing 09/22/2014)

 

C.         ENGINEERING

 

(1)        Resolution No. 2014-169-R accepting into public use and maintenance the subdivision improvements for Greenbrier Woods Subdivision, Phase 3

 

D.         PUBLIC WORKS

 

(1)        Resolution No. 2014-170-R authorizing the purchase of one (1) asphalt trailer at the cost of $19,403 (funding from departmental capital outlay funds)

 

(2)        Resolution No. 2014-171-R authorizing the re-striping of Hughes Road from Madison Boulevard to Old Madison Pike at a cost of $10,000 (to be paid from 4 Cent Gas tax fund)

 

(3)        Resolution No. 2014-172-R authorizing the purchase of one (1) asphalt roller at the cost of $33,997 (funding from 4 Cent Gas tax fund)

 

E.         BUILDING

 

(1)        Resolution No. 2014-173-R authorizing and directing the Mayor to execute an agreement with Cooks Pest Control to expand services to include the interior and exterior of the soccer field concession stand at Dublin Park (to be paid from Building Department budget)

 

F.         LEGAL

 

(1)        Resolution No. 2014-177-R authorizing resolution of pending workers compensation claim

 

13.       MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

14.       ADJOURNMENT

 

Agenda Note:  It should be noted that there are times when circumstances arise that require items be added to or deleted from the agenda at time of the Council meeting.  Also all attached documents are to be considered a draft until approved by Council.

 

All attendees are advised that Council meetings are televised and that their statements and actions are therefore viewed by more than just those attending the meetings.