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CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

CITY OF BEAUFORT

1911 BOUNDARY STREET BEAUFORT MUNICIPAL COMPLEX

BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA 29902 (843) 525-7070

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CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA February 13, 2018

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STATEMENT OF MEDIA NOTIFICATION

In accordance with South Carolina Code of Laws, 1976, Section 30-4-80(d), as amended, all local media was duly notified of the time, date, place and agenda of this meeting. REGULAR MEETING - Council Chambers, 2nd Floor - 6:00 PM

I.
CALL TO ORDER

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A.
Billy Keyserling, Mayor

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II.
INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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A.
Mike McFee, Mayor Pro Tem

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III.
PROCLAMATIONS/COMMENDATIONS/RECOGNITIONS

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IV.
PUBLIC COMMENT

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V.
PUBLIC HEARING

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VI.
MINUTES

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A.
Worksession and Regular Meetings January 9, 2018 B. Worksession January 16, 2018

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VII.
OLD BUSINESS

VIII.NEW BUSINESS

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A.
Request for Co-Sponsorship for use of the Waterfront Park from Jodie Miller for Dragon Boat Race Day 2018 Saturday, June 23, 2018

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B.
Request for Co-Sponsorship for use of the Waterfront Park from Hopeful Horizon for the annual Take Back the Night event in the Waterfront Park Friday, April 20, 2018

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C.
Authorization to allow City Manager to execute contract for Southside Park Multi Use Trail

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D.
Authorization to allow City Manager to enter into contract for Engineering Services E. Ordinance approving the sale of surplus City property and authorzing the City Manager

to execute documents to effect this transfer - 1st Reading

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IX.
REPORTS

City Manager's Report Mayor Report Reports by Council Members

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X.
ADJOURN

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CITY OF BEAUFORT DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

TO: CITY COUNCIL DATE: 2/7/2018 FROM: AGENDA ITEM TITLE: Worksession and Regular Meetings January 9, 2018 MEETING DATE: 2/13/2018 DEPARTMENT: City Clerk BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

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A work session of the Beaufort City Council was held on January 9, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. in the Beaufort Municipal Complex, 1901 Boundary Street. In attendance were Mayor Billy Keyserling, Councilmen Mike McFee, Phil Cromer, and Stephen Murray, and Bill Prokop, city manager. Councilwoman Nan Sutton was absent. In accordance with the South Carolina Code of Laws, 1976, Section 30-4-80(d) as amended, all local media were duly notified of the time, date, place, and agenda of this meeting.
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CALL TO ORDER Mayor Keyserling called the work session to order at 5:04 p.m.

PRESENTATION: FY2017 COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT (CAFR) Kathy Todd said the external audit work was completed by the auditors at the end of September 2017, and the finance department put the report together; the opinion was issued in the first week of December, which was on time, so the city can participate in the achievement award program.

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Ms. Todd presented an overview of the CAFR, first describing the transmittal letter and the GFOA (Government Finance Officers Association) Certificate of Achievement, which contributes to our bond rating.

Ms. Todd described the Management Discussion and Analysis section and the contents of the Government-wide Financial Statements section. She reviewed the snapshot of the statement of net position: 72.1 of the net position reflects the city s net investment in capital assets; 39.1 is in city resources subject to external restrictions; negative 11.25 of the net position is unrestricted and is a result of the implementation of GASB 68. Restricted net position increased by 2,645,577, Ms. Todd said, which can be attributed almost entirely to unspent TIF2 funds and capital lease proceeds from the energy performance services contract with Johnson Controls. Net position increased 1,808,768 during FY 2017, she said. Ms. Todd discussed the various sections of the Fund Financial Statements. 67.8 of the total 23.9 million fund balance is not spendable or is restricted by external parties, she said; 7.78 of the total Governmental Fund fund balance is committed by formal action of city council for land acquisition, replacement of rolling stock capital, redevelopment initiatives, contractual obligations and law enforcement; .42 is assigned to specific purposes constrained by the city s intent for their uses. The balance ( 5,699,890 or 23.8 ) of the total Governmental Fund fund balance is unrestricted and can be spent at the city s discretion, Ms. Todd said; the balance is below the city s minimum fund balance target because of Hurricane Matthew, she said. The General Fund, Ms. Todd said, had a net increase of 1,257,259, which is 47,000 more than what was planned for in the FY 2017 budget. She described the sources of the revenue increases, which was a net increase of 1,319,538 (7.31 ) over the prior year, and General Fund expenditure increases, which were a net 15.59 ( 2,801,526) over FY2016 because of the energy performance services contract, personnel needed after Hurricane Matthew, and other costs. TIF (Tax Increment Financing) 2 is in the government funds, Ms. Todd said; the base was moved back into the General Fund, where it legally is allowed to be reported. The Capital Projects Fund had 889,000 less expenditure activity than in FY2016, Ms. Todd said. 2,027,166 was expended on 5 projects, which she described. Ms. Todd discussed the long-term debt, notes to the financial statements, budgetary comparison schedules for the General Fund and TIF2, the supplementary information, the state-mandated schedule, and the statistical and compliance sections.

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Ms. Todd reviewed what is included in the required communications by the auditors with the governing body. There were no significant issues to discuss, she said, so the auditors were not present at the meeting.

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Councilman Murray congratulated Ms. Todd on her accurate estimates. He noted that there was an increase in population but not in median and per capita income, and asked Ms. Todd for ideas about why that might be. Ms. Todd did not reply. Mr. Prokop said more jobs are being created, but they are low-paying. Mayor Keyserling said the number of unemployed also drops some because of people dropping out of the unemployment system.

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PRESENTATION: BOUNDARY STREET MEDIAN LANDSCAPING Libby Anderson introduced Barb Farrior and Gordon Fritz from the Park and Tree Committee, John Dickerson and Chuck Symes from the Historic District Review Board, Jon Verity from the Redevelopment Commission, and Michael Brock from the Design Review Board. She reviewed the history of the Boundary Street project and its first principles. She showed an image of the Boundary Street Master Plan, which was adopted in August 2006.

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Ms. Anderson showed an image of the new Boundary Street street section, which includes a planted median. Trees have always been an important component of the project, she said, and street trees were specifically set out in the TIGER grant, which is a federal grant obtained for the Boundary Street project. She showed direct and indirect financial benefits of trees to the community.

The planning department was asked to review the landscaping plan for Boundary Street in late 2016/early 2017, specifically for the median and its overstory trees, Ms. Anderson said. Liza Hill looked at all of the plantings that were proposed, especially cathedral live oaks, and details of maintenance, etc. Brian Franklin took Ms. Hill s position when she retired, and walked the length of Boundary Street with Neal Pugliese to evaluate the field conditions and the impact of construction on the landscaping, Ms. Anderson said. Mr. Franklin created a sheet with markups to show possible adjustments that would need to be made to the landscaping, she said. 25 cathedral live oaks were to be planted in the median in the original plan; 1 has been removed from the median, 3 are to be relocated to a different section of the median, and 4 have been shifted more to its center, Ms. Anderson said. Michael Murphy, a certified arborist, reviewed the organizations that had been consulted as part of the research for the landscaping plan for Boundary Street. The cathedral live oak was the right tree, he said, because it fulfills a number of requirements for the street plantings. Its qualities include resistance to drought, hurricane force winds, and alkaline and nutrient-depleted soils, plus it is a cultural icon of the South. Cathedral live oaks have other qualities, too, Mr. Murphy said, including storm-resistance, adaptation to street tree planting, needing infrequent pruning after the structural phase, and moderate growth rates after establishment. Cathedral live oaks are SCDOT-approved and conform to the TIGER grant s intent, he said.

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Mr. Murphy described aspects of cathedral live oaks specific to Boundary Street. Maintenance requirements include oversight of the initial planting by qualified personnel; he said the trees must be planted correctly from the beginning for them to thrive, with watering through the initial establishment period and structural pruning within the first 2 to 3 years. After that period, there should be an 8- to 10-year pruning cycle, Mr. Murphy said. Protection of the basal area from ground maintenance personnel must be coordinated, if they are different than the contractors who plant the trees, he said.

Mr. Murphy reviewed the benefits of the decreased size of the cathedral live oaks. They will require less maintenance but will still have a high visual impact, he said; other benefits include a decreased critical watering requirement and establishment time, and they have an accelerated growth rate. Mr. Murphy reviewed the construction specifications of the landscape contractor and future maintenance of the 176 cathedral live oaks when the City of Beaufort is in control of them. Maintenance needs are highest in the first 2 to 3 years, and then they drop off dramatically, he said. Urban conditions will produce slower growth rates, which Mr. Murphy said is good. Additional structural pruning may be necessary after 6 to 8 years, he said; early low limb removal is better for the tree, rather than waiting until the tree is bigger, when limbs can get in the way of traffic. The trees in the project especially in the median will have a big impact on locals and visitors opinions of Boundary Street, though they won t be fully developed for 20 years, Mr. Murphy said.
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Mr. Prokop said there would be other plantings in the medians, including palms, but the focus of this presentation is on the cathedral live oaks.

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Councilman Murray asked if the cathedral live oaks will form a canopy over the 2 travel lanes after awhile. Mr. Murphy said yes, over time. The Bray s Island entry was planted over 25 years ago, he said, and it is still not a complete canopy, but slow growth is a good quality.

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Mayor Keyserling asked Ms. Farrior, What does PTAC think? Ms. Farrior said PTAC is in favor of these plantings. She has looked at the medians in Bluffton and feels this plan will look terrific on Boundary Street. Mr. Fritz said he thinks a picture of mature cathedral live oak would be helpful. Mr. Murphy said it s a relative new cultivar.

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Ms. Farrior asked Mr. Murphy how old he thinks the tree in a picture on the screen was; Mr. Murphy said it s about 20 years old and is taller and wider than a regular live oak.

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Ms. Farrior said she personally didn t want to see all of the medians full of palm trees. She wanted variety, so she thinks this plan will make the desired impact.

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Councilman McFee asked about the dynamics of the windbreak effect in a storm with trees in the median and on the sides of Boundary Street. Mr. Murphy said as the trees take up space when there is more foliage it creates a dampening effect.

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Mr. Prokop said Mr. Franklin had tested the soil and is conveying to the landscape contractor how critical it is to plant the trees correctly. Mr. Franklin said the trees on the perimeter might not all be staked because of the sidewalks, but the median trees would be.

Maxine Lutz asked if palmettos would be interspersed. Mr. Franklin said no, typically, palms are bookends where the ends narrow, and the oaks would be in the middle.

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Ms. Lutz said, in her experience, palmettos are a lot of messy clean up, and she asked how many there would be. No one replied to her question, but Councilman Murray said early on, he had been concerned about the mess that oaks make, their impact on infrastructure, and budgetary concerns. However, the project is coming in . . . near what we budgeted, he said, and there will be positive stormwater impacts because of the amount of water the trees absorb, which will help keep some of the excess stormwater out of Battery Creek.

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MOSSY OAKS STORMWATER/FLOODING PLAN UPDATE Mr. Prokop said the meeting with the Mossy Oaks Task Force was postponed because of the winter storm, so council is seeing it first.

Mr. Pugliese said the cost estimate and jurisdictional breakdown are different than in the previous update. He reviewed the timeline of the project. The Mossy Oaks problem was broken into 4 phases, he said. The engineering analysis for Phase 1 was to cost 236,000, then staff met to discuss challenges and opportunities outside the 800 acres of the Mossy Oaks area, after which staff received the scope and cost estimate for other challenged areas. Neil Desai described the area within Mossy Oaks Basins 1 and 2.
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Mr. Pugliese said Phase 1 engineering costs for Basin 1 are 123,575.52 and 112,385,52 for Basin 2. The engineering scope will include a field survey, hydrology analysis, and a proposed improvement analysis, he said. The jurisdictional breakdown is 69.1 acres in Beaufort County, 115 acres in the Town of Port Royal, 527.1 acres in the City of Beaufort, and 87.9 acres of SCDOT property.

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The available funds for the City of Beaufort, Mr. Pugliese said, are in the stormwater utility carryover funds ( 307,000). 80,000 is required for the impending MS4 designation, he said, so the net available is 227,000. The recommended request from other stakeholders is 20,000 from Beaufort County, 26,000 from SCDOT, and 34,000 from Port Royal, Mr. Pugliese said. The City of Beaufort s cost based on acreage is 156,000.

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Mr. Pugliese said they are looking at 8 to 10 weeks for engineering analysis, and concurrently looking at short- and long-term solutions. If this starts immediately, the engineering analysis would come back by the end of February/beginning of March, he said.

Mr. Pugliese said the Mossy Oaks area is a significant area that needs to be addressed and the city should deliver at least a modicum of relief prior to this next season.

Councilman Murray said, in his opinion, Basin 1 is a more critical area than Basin 2. In order to prioritize, he asked Mr. Pugliese if the ownership in acreage in the specific basin had been broken down. Mr. Pugliese said no, but that s easily broken out. However, according to the engineers, Basin 1 and Basin 2 [are] a system of systems, he said, so if you fix one system without affecting the other system, in the aggregate, you still have a broken system.

Mr. Desai described the rationale for splitting the Mossy Oaks basins at Mossy Oaks Road. Mayor Keyserling said the project area that is delineated on the handout leaves out several impacted areas [to the] west between the project area and Battery Creek. He said he doesn t know if there are particular problems there, except on Center Drive, and he asked if that [is] within the area the project will cover. Mr. Desai told

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him that Center Drive is in Basin 1.

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Mr. Desai said other challenged areas are the Johnny Morrall pipe outfall, Lafayette Street outfall, Calhoun Street drainage, Broad Street drainage ditch, and the King s Ridge outfall. He described what plans are for each of these areas.

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Councilman Murray asked why Broad Street drainage is not in Mossy Oaks Basin 2. Mr. Pugliese said it is contributing to the problem, but some issues with it require special attention. Mayor Keyserling said it s already in progress, as well.

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Mr. Pugliese said The Point is an area of concern, and it has to be a standalone effort. The City of Beaufort will have to work very closely with SCDOT, which owns everything within The Point.

The aggregate Phase 1 engineering costs for Mossy Oaks Basins 1 and 2 are 236,000, and the amount for other challenged areas is 69,000.

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Mayor Keyserling asked, if the city had the money to spend, if there would be a way to extrapolate what it would cost to complete construction of the projects that it cost 236,000 to engineer. Mr. Pugliese said 3 million is a pre-engineering guess for Mossy Oaks, with an aggregate cost of somewhere in the neighborhood of 5 million, which doesn t include The Point.

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Ms. Todd said stormwater fees generate approximately 850,000; there are personnel costs, she said, and typically 100,000 to 200,000 of the fund is contribute[d] toward projects each year. Councilman Murray asked if the bulk of it goes toward maintenance, and Ms. Todd said that was correct.

Mr. Pugliese discussed the path forward for this project. The city feels confident that it will be able to attain rapid permitting from state regulatory agencies, he said.

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Mr. Pugliese told Mayor Keyserling that said another component of this project is to extract the data and import it into a living model to understand the impact of new development once the engineering is done. Mayor Keyserling said there are short-term solutions for sea-level rise. He thinks mitigation should be roll[ed] into this. Mr. Pugliese agreed and said the amount of sea-level rise should be factored into the data. Mr. Desai said that data would be included.

Chuck Symes said he appreciates The Point being included in the challenging areas because of its street flooding due to storms and sea-level rise.

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SHORT-TERM RENTAL SOFTWARE PROGRAM - HOST COMPLIANCE Mr. Prokop said he had attended a presentation about Host Compliance, which is software that gives monthly reports on identified short-term rentals, among other

things. Sammy Negron said he had spoken to representatives from some of the 80 cities and counties that currently use Host Compliance, and all of the referrals were very positive.

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Mr. Prokop said if city council agrees to purchase this service, it would have information about Airbnb and VRBO rentals, which it doesn t have now, and he indicated other information that Host Compliance would provide. Mr. Negron said Virginia Beach believed it had 57 short-term rentals until it engaged Host Compliance, and now more than 400 are identified.

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Mr. Prokop described how regulatory practices could improve when the city knows the true number of short-term rentals operating in it. Mr. Negron said, among the referrals he s spoken to, none of them had experienced any negative impact by using the Host Compliance service.

Mr. Prokop said the City of Beaufort could be missing as many as 90 of the short-term rentals within it. Host Compliance would identify the owners of illegal rentals and email the city about them, so code enforcement can go out to the property and tie this up.

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Mr. Prokop said 8,175 is the cost of a yearlong contract with Host Compliance, and if the city doesn t like the service after 6 months, that amount is fully refundable. Another company s software costs about 9,500, he said, but it didn't offer the amount of detail that Host Compliance does. The city shows 75 short-term rentals with business licenses, but the company feels there are actually about 130 operating, Mr. Prokop said, so if Host Compliance is correct, the cost of the software would be covered right away by those short-term rentals paying their currently unpaid business license fees.

Mr. Prokop said he believes this software would be a valuable investment for the city. Mr. Dickerson asked where the proof is that there are 130 short-term rentals in Beaufort. This information is easy to obtain, he said, so the cost of the software seems high to obtain it. He also feels that it is unlikely that there are 130 short-term rentals in the City of Beaufort. Mr. Negron said the cost is not unrealistic because of the cost for personnel to research the Airbnb-type sites to try to determine if they re illegal short- term rentals. He said the Host Compliance software would be able to find them more quickly, and then the city can verify if they are short-term rentals or not.

Mr. Symes asked if the Host Compliance software picks up people who rent their house for a month while they are on vacation; Mr. Prokop said yes, if they list their houses on sites like VRBO and Airbnb.

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Chief Reece Bertholf said he feels the city has no idea how many short-term rentals it has, and the advertising for them is highly variable, plus Airbnb has been highly proprietary with [its] data.

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Ms. Lutz said that she has been concerned all along with the amount of extra personnel time it takes to investigate short-term rentals and to enforce the ordinance. The Host Compliance software would also take the pressure off of the neighbors of suspected illegal short-term rentals to complain, she said. Mr. Prokop said with this system, if there is a complaint about a short-term rental, it comes to the city right away.

There being no further business to come before council, the work session was adjourned at 7:00 p.m.

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EXECUTIVE SESSION Pursuant to Title 30, Chapter 4, and Section 70 (a) (2) of the South Carolina Code of Law, Councilman Murray made a motion, seconded by Councilman Cromer, to enter into Executive Session for discussion of the contractual agreement for the Burton Fire District, receipt of legal advice, and the proposed sale of land. The motion passed unanimously.

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Councilman Murray made a motion, second by Councilman Cromer, to adjourn the Executive Session. The motion passed unanimously. Mayor Keyserling said no action was taken.

A regular meeting of the Beaufort City Council was held on January 9, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the Beaufort Municipal Complex, 1901 Boundary Street. In attendance were Mayor Billy Keyserling, Councilmen Mike McFee, Phil Cromer, and Stephen Murray, and Bill Prokop, city manager. Councilwoman Nan Sutton was absent. In accordance with the South Carolina Code of Laws, 1976, Section 30-4-80(d) as amended, all local media were duly notified of the time, date, place, and agenda of this meeting.

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CALL TO ORDER Mayor Keyserling called the regular council meeting to order at 7:38 p.m.

INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Councilman McFee led the invocation and the Pledge of Allegiance.

PRESENTATION OF THE FY2018 DISTINGUISHED BUDGET PRESENTATION AWARD Ms. Todd said the City of Beaufort s finance department received this award for its budget, and she described how it is awarded, including the criteria that must be met. This was the first year the award was applied for, she said, and she thanked Alan Eisenman for his hard work on the application.

MINUTES Councilman Cromer said he and Councilman Murray were absent from the work session and regular meeting of December 12, 2017. Councilman McFee made a motion, second by Councilman Murray, to table the approval of the minutes of these meetings until a quorum of the councilpeople who had attended is present.
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Councilman Murray made a motion, second by Councilman Cromer, to approve the minutes of council s regular meeting December 19, 2017. The motion to approve the minutes as submitted passed unanimously.

AUTHORIZING CITY MANAGER TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT FOR SALE OF PROPERTY IN COMMERCE PARK, DSI PROPERTIES Councilman McFee made a motion, second by Councilman Murray, to approve the authorization of the city manager to enter into the contract on second reading. Councilman Murray said Dust Solutions is an existing industry that is adjacent to Commerce Park but is currently outside of it. The business is looking to expand, he said, so they are purchasing 3 acres in the Commerce Park for a new location. The motion passed unanimously. AUTHORIZING THE PARTICIPATION BY THE CITY OF BEAUFORT IN FEDERAL COURT LITIGATION BY THE SOUTH CAROLINA ENVIRONMENTAL LAW PROJECT (SCELP) TO CHALLENGE THE PERMITTING BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF SEISMIC TESTING AND DRILLING IN ATLANTIC COASTAL WATERS, INCLUDING WATERS OFF OF

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BEAUFORT COUNTY AND THE SOUTH CAROLINA COAST Councilman Murray made a motion, second by Councilman McFee, to approve the authorization on first reading. Mayor Keyserling said this could be done by resolution, but the city attorney had suggested doing 2 readings by council so that the greatest amount of public input could be obtained. The mayor explained the Trump administration s plans to expand seismic testing throughout the US s waters and to ease regulations. Outstanding permits were in process when Beaufort and Charleston were part of an administrative lawsuit, which was lost. The administration s new Secretary of the Interior has put these permits back in play, Mayor Keyserling said, and they are likely to be issued.

Mayor Keyserling said he has spoken with all of South Carolina s coastal mayors. They are interested in the 5-year plan fight, and he told them they should also get in on the fight against the already-issued permits. The goal is to have enough South Carolina communities join in, with the hope that this would be assigned to a district court in Charleston, he said. Mayor Keyserling said Florida had been dropped from the offshore drilling plan, according to a text he d just received, so pressure does work.

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Councilman Murray thanked Mayor Keyserling for his work on this, as well as Coastal Conservation League. He said citizens can go to regulations.gov, where there is a draft resolution about seismic testing that is accepting public comments, and there are very few comments on there now. The deadline for comments is March 9, Kate Schaefer said, and there is a statewide public hearing on February 13 in Columbia, where members of the public can offer comments in-person.

This is a very different ballgame than the last administration, Mayor Keyserling said, and this is to benefit the energy industry, rather than the public good. He said the already-issued permits are in process, but there are likely to be more lawsuits. The motion passed unanimously. AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ENTER INTO A MUTUAL AID AGREEMENT WITH THE BLUFFTON TOWNSHIP FIRE DISTRICT Councilman McFee made a motion, second by Councilman Murray, to approve the authorization. Chief Bertholf said this proposal is for the Beaufort/ Port Royal Fire Department to work with the Bluffton Township Fire District to cover those areas on the other side of the Board River Bridge that are our responsibility in the Town of Port Royal.

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Under this no-cost automatic aid agreement, Chief Bertholf said, the Bluffton Township Fire District would provide fire service to all areas south of the Broad River Bridge that are in the Town of Port Royal, and the Beaufort/Port Royal Fire Department would in turn respond to fires in areas including Callawassie Drive and all points

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north to the Broad River Bridge that are in the Bluffton Township Fire District.

Councilman Cromer asked if this agreement needs to be renewed annually, and Chief Bertholf told him it is an automatic renewal. The motion passed unanimously. REQUEST FOR CO-SPONSORSHIP FROM FIRST SCOTS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH FOR EASTER SERVICE Councilman McFee made a motion, second by Councilman Murray, to approve the request for the April 1, 2018 event. The motion passed unanimously.
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STREET CLOSURE REQUEST FROM THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE FOR CRAVEN STREET FROM SCOTT TO CARTERET STREETS FOR CELEBRATION OF THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF THE RECONSTRUCTION ERA MONUMENT Councilman Murray made a motion, second by Councilman Cromer, to close the street from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. for the January 12, 2018 event. Linda Roper said the request is to ensure the safety of the crowds that are anticipated to be walking between The Arsenal and the Firehouse. There was a concern about horse carriages, she said; the carriage companies have agreed to cross in a different place than usual during this period of time. Ms. Roper said she did not believe there would be any activities on the street, only at the monument s various locations.

Councilman Murray said the police department has offered to assist with barricades on the street ends; Ms. Roper said the chief had told her there would be an officer there. Councilman Murray asked if having police officers on the street ends would be a better alternative than this request; that way, the street could be left open. Mayor Keyserling said it was decided that closing Craven Street was the most practical way to deal with pedestrian traffic between these two venues. The motion passed unanimously. CITY MANAGER S REPORT Mr. Prokop thanked public safety personnel for its work during the recent winter storm.
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Construction of the new fire station is on schedule, Mr. Prokop said; temporary quarters opened January 1, and the department has been prepared. The station is fully manned and equipped, he said.

The city is in the process of doing a survey with various stakeholders about the vision for downtown Beaufort, Mr. Prokop said.
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Mr. Prokop asked everyone to send possible topics for council s retreat to his attention.

Mr. Prokop said city and county staff are interested in neighborhoods recreational needs and in finding possible volunteers to help young people in and around the city (e.g., on St. Helena).

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Mr. Prokop thanked Mayor Keyserling for his work on seismic testing and on helping to facilitate the Reconstruction Era monument.

The City of Beaufort has major infrastructure needs to be addressed in the next 5 years, Mr. Prokop said, and revenue sources need to be developed to pay for the needed improvements. He said the city needs economic growth that would provide new taxes, new fees, and good-paying jobs. The state also needs to pay the city its share that it owes municipalities like us around the state, Mr. Prokop said. The city also needs to ensure that Beaufort residents are not stuck with costs based on the desire of those who do not live in the city, nor do they pay for city services, he said. MAYOR S REPORT Mayor Keyserling said he and Councilman Cromer have met sometimes with representatives from PALS (Beaufort County Parks and Leisure Services) about the need for recreation for young people in the downtown area, since the Boys and Girls Club refocused . . . the Charles Lind Brown Center became a charter school, as well, and PALS staff didn t want to stay late at the center. There is a clear divide on this issue because of the demographics of the families that live north and south of the Broad River, he said, and he would like it to be on the agenda of the city s neighborhood associations meeting to see if the associations particularly in the greater downtown area would come together to develop a program to boost the energy and support for recreation in their neighborhoods and others, and to ultimately have a recreation center . . . in the downtown area. Mayor Keyserling said he spent the weekend in Washington, DC at the American Historical Association conference, where he sat on two panels; he found there was a great deal of interest in what is happening in Beaufort with the Reconstruction Era monument. He discussed the matters covered at these panels. Mayor Keyserling said Dean Moss called him about a Friends of the Spanish Moss Trail meeting at Beaufort Memorial Hospital tomorrow at 5:30 p.m. to discuss a plan to develop trail connectivity between the Depot area and downtown.

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, education, services, downtown, college prep, Charter Schools, monuments, Tony Taylor Custom, trails, historical, energy, hospital, recreation, jobs, neighborhood, parks, program, growth, charter schools, and healthcare

Mayor Keyserling discussed plans for the Reconstruction Era monument anniversary celebration January 12.

Mayor Keyserling said the South Carolina governor quietly support[s] prohibiting off- shore drilling, and he had told the governor that this is not just a coastal issue. There being no further business to come before council, Councilman Cromer made a motion, second by Councilman Murray, to adjourn the regular council meeting. The motion passed unanimously, and the meeting was adjourned at 8:21 p.m.
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CITY OF BEAUFORT DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

TO: CITY COUNCIL DATE: 2/9/2018 FROM: AGENDA ITEM TITLE: Worksession January 16, 2018 MEETING DATE: 2/13/2018 DEPARTMENT: City Clerk BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

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A work session of the Beaufort City Council was held on January 16, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. in the Beaufort Municipal Complex, 1901 Boundary Street. In attendance were Mayor Billy Keyserling, Councilwoman Nan Sutton, Councilmen Stephen Murray, Mike McFee, and Phil Cromer, and Bill Prokop, city manager. In accordance with the South Carolina Code of Laws, 1976, Section 30-4-80(d) as amended, all local media were duly notified of the time, date, place, and agenda of this meeting.
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CALL TO ORDER Mayor Keyserling called the work session to order at 5:01 p.m.

HDRB CANDIDATE INTERVIEWS Council interviewed the following candidates for an open position on the HDRB: Stacy Applegate, Stephen Harrison, Dennis Harvey, Marius Payne, Katherine Somers Pringle, and James Quandahl. Barbara Nash is also a candidate but was not available to attend this meeting. After the candidates told about their relevant backgrounds, council thanked them for their interest and asked and answered questions.
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USE OF BICYCLES ON WOODS MEMORIAL BRIDGE Councilman Murray said when he was buying a bike about a year and a half ago, the store s owners pointed out that there are signs on the Woods Bridge saying that bikes were not allowed. He asked the city manager and the city attorney about this and found that bicycle use on sidewalks is only regulated in the core commercial area of the city. Bikes can be on the city s other sidewalks, Councilman Murray said. He described state law in regard to accidents with bikes and motor vehicles.

Tagged Passions:streets, administrator, commercial, legal, manager, Bicycles, Pedestrian, and bicycles

Councilman Murray said he had suggested at that time that the signs on the Woods Bridge should be changed to Cyclists Yield for Pedestrians, but there was pushback from some council members, so he let it go, but he said he is bringing it up again. It bothers him that the current sign on the bridge technically isn t legally enforceable, he said, because there s no ordinance prohibiting riding bicycles on the bridge s walkway.

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Councilman Murray said he has violated the dictates of the signs by riding his bike on the bridge; he reiterated his suggestion about replacing them with signs saying Cyclists Yield to Pedestrians. Riding on the walkway on the bridge is safer than riding in the motor vehicle travel lanes, he added. Mr. Prokop said, The DOT has no problem on the bridge, because legally they have the right on the road; however, on the sidewalk, we have total control.

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Councilman Murray said sharrows had been suggested; they are graphics painted in the travel lane to suggest that motorists must share the road with cyclists. Mr. Prokop said sharrows would have to be approved by SCDOT.

Joe DeVito said, We are prepped to move forward on sharrows. They can be used on any road in South Carolina on which the speed limit is less than 35 mph. There has to be a full connective reason to do sharrows, he said. John Feeser said he d printed up suggestions; he would prefer a sign on the bridge indicating that cyclists need to stop and yield to pedestrians.

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Mayor Keyserling asked if there is room for a cyclist on the bridge s sidewalk to pass a pedestrian. Mr. Feeser said, The cyclist needs to stop . . . and let that walker come by you. Mr. DeVito said the widths of cyclists handlebars vary widely, so they must stop and let pedestrians pass. Councilwoman Sutton said she bets 98 of cyclists already do that.

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Mr. DeVito said his cycling shoes are made for riding, not walking, which is another issue with cyclists having to become pedestrians on the bridge. Mr. Feeser agreed and said the companies that do bike tours don t like to make the cyclists walk across the bridge; most of them have on shoes with cleats that would be destroyed with walking. His solution is to allow bikes to ride over the bridge and stop for pedestrians when they encounter them.

Chris Benson said there are many types of cyclists, and they all have safety concerns. He suggested that the city should alert drivers that there might be cyclists on the road, because drivers who are not paying attention could kill cyclists. There was a general discussion of different safety hazards for cyclists. Mr. Feeser said the signs on the Bay Street side of the Woods Bridge are difficult to see, so he suggested putting a Yield to Pedestrians sign on the railing of the bridge or elsewhere where it could be more easily seen. He also suggested a curb cut for cyclists to get up on the Woods Bridge from the Lady s Island side.

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There was further discussion of safety concerns. Mr. DeVito described the only incident he d heard of between a vehicle and a cyclist who was trying to cross to the sidewalk.

Mayor Keyserling said city council had agreed conceptually with having sharrows in the city to connect downtown and other areas with the Spanish Moss Trail. Mr. DeVito said that s correct, and he described where the Friends of the Spanish Moss Trail organization is with that plan.
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Mr. Prokop said there is a misconception that the 10 -wide path on Boundary Street doesn t allow bicycles, but they are allowed; it is a multi-use trail. Mr. DeVito said various connections to the Spanish Moss Trail will be great.

Councilman Murray said, If we agree to the Yield to Pedestrians sign, it requires no ordinance change, just a change in the signs. Mayor Keyserling said he thinks the city manager hears a consensus here, and he will take the next steps to make this change. PROPOSED CHANGES TO EXISTING CITY ORDINANCES Mr. Prokop said the four ordinances to be considered tonight are ones that basically should be discontinued because they haven t been used for many years, and there s no purpose for them any longer. Other ordinances that need to be changed will come to council later for discussion, he said. Councilman Murray referred to the ordinance in Chapter 3, pertaining to the meeting schedule for council work sessions, and asked if it is worth going to 2 work sessions a month, instead of 3. Mr. Prokop said in February through May, council will be busy in its work sessions because of budgets, but since last November, they have been struggling to fill them. Mayor Keyserling said he d prefer to keep the language in the ordinance at 3 work sessions a month, and they could cancel one of them if it s not needed. Councilwoman Sutton said council is not committed to having work sessions if there are not sufficient matters to discuss. Ivette Burgess said she d also suggest keeping the ordinance as it is, and they could cancel any council meetings with sufficient notice to inform the public of the cancellation. Councilwoman Sutton said even before she was on council, over the past 10 years, she s wondered if the work session in the middle of the month could be eliminated. Councilman McFee said that work session is before the RDC (Redevelopment Commission) meeting, which is scheduled at 7:00 p.m.; it s been moved to 5:00 p.m. sometimes, which could be permanent if that work session were eliminated. Councilwoman Sutton asked if it s necessary to have an RDC meeting every month. Councilman McFee said by statute, the commission has to have scheduled meetings, but they could be cancelled if they weren t needed. Mayor Keyserling said there might be things to talk about that don t make it on to the agenda, such as bigger . . . macro-issues.

Tagged Passions:streets, budget, manager, boards and commissions, ordinance, council, Bicycles, Pedestrian, trails, and bicycles

Mr. Prokop said, after the retreat, there will be a list of all the things council wanted to talk about, and those matters will be distributed among the work sessions.

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Councilman Murray said he had spoken to colleagues in other municipalities, and they feel Beaufort City Council meets a lot. Ms. Burgess said she s heard the same thing.

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Mayor Keyserling said he thinks city council works so well because of its work sessions. He thinks they could cancel work sessions if there is not enough to have on that week s agenda.

Councilman McFee said council should also consider that they have executive session meetings after some work sessions, and those would have to be pushed to the end of regular meetings if there wasn t a work session, or they could call a special council meeting and have the executive session then. Mr. Prokop offered the Marine Corp Air Station s new PIO (public information officer) as an example of something that could be discussed in a work session; staff learned this information today, as well as that the landing/takeoff strip is going to change and is going to be going right over the city now, starting right away. Neal Pugliese said he could provide an update on that. The air station is opening up the runway that had been closed since the air show for maintenance. Runway 1432, which is the shorter one, he said, will be used when the crosswinds are such that another runway is needed.

Councilman McFee asked if the city could get clarification about reopening the shorter runway, which they ve always used . . . in inclement weather and VFR landings the instrumental landings. He said he would like the Air Station to qualify that their usage hasn t changed because of procedures or policies, but that the runway is being reactivated because it has been repaired. Mr. Pugliese said that s correct: There is not more activity; it s just taking place on the repaired runway.

The discussion returned to the ordinance relating to work sessions. There was general agreement with Councilman McFee s suggestion to change the verbiage to may be held [from Work session meetings are held . . . my emphasis steno.], and the time of the RDC session could be changed if that week s work session were cancelled. CITY COUNCIL RETREAT SUGGESTIONS Mr. Prokop said this should be wrapped up by the end of this week for the city s committees and staff. Councilman Cromer asked what some of the main topics are that have already been determined for the retreat. Mr. Prokop said he does not know, except for the long-term. Councilman Cromer said he had some ideas: I m sure we re going to talk about stormwater and the need to find a way to finance it ; the marina and Waterfront Park same thing. You ve got the lease, and . . . how are you going to pay for that, if you do it? and parking, including whether the parking structure is ever going to be built. There is also talk of a little shuttle service . . . to the museums, Councilman Cromer said, but down the road, if we can t get a parking garage, to solve parking problems, there will have to be a way of getting people around town. Mayor Keyserling said that city representative have talked to the county . . . informally about impact fees, but the city has never really made an ask or made a proposal to the county on how to change their ordinance to meet our needs. He feels it s inappropriate for the city to collect dollars, and then have . . . to beg for those dollars to do the things that the developer put those dollars in to do, or to participate in doing.

Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, ordinance, council, watershed, museums, finance, stormwater, procedure, and parking

Mr. Prokop said staff found out recently that the county put out an RFP to hire a consultant for impact fees, but he understands that the cost for that consultant, when the proposals came in, was much more than they had anticipated. The distribution of impact fees and what they are used for is going to be critical for us, Mr. Prokop said.

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Mayor Keyserling said he s curious about whether [the] impact fees that were pledged for Boundary Street have been put into account to help pay for Boundary Street. Kathy Todd said that s a question she has when we settle up with the county. Boundary Street was the last project [the county] had on their list for impact fees, she said.

Mayor Keyserling said impact fees lead to mistrust and . . . misunderstanding because it s just not clear. If it s intentionally fuzzy, the county gets latitude to do what it wants to do, he said, so it may not want to change its ordinance, and there s nothing the city can do. Councilman Murray said the ordinances were created over a decade ago, and those modified ordinances that were created before that, so when rapid development . . . was coming to the county, the county reacted to the stress that put on infrastructure by having developers pay for the impact of their development on the community. He feels the ordinance should be dusted off after a decade, since development is coming back, and they should look at whether there could be tweaks made to make the ordinance more equitable to all parties involved. Councilman Cromer said he d seen a story that the state is looking at a 40 million shortfall in revenues, and he said, This new formula they re going to come up with for local governments could mean Beaufort is going to catch it on the chin again.

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Councilman Murray said last year s strategic plan was created for 2 years, so he asked Mr. Prokop if there would be a massive overhaul of that plan at this year s retreat. Mr. Prokop said no. Councilman Murray suggested an overview of the strategic plan from last year and looking at whether the goals established last year need any polishing. He said he liked the department heads coming in last year to the retreat to talk about their departments and where they want them to go, so council could see how that ties into the strategic plan and budget-setting to drive those goals. Councilman Murray said he really liked last year s format for the retreat.

For the retreat, Mr. Prokop described a discussion about synchronizing current major city projects, with a timeline from that for council. Mr. Pugliese said department heads have this discussion on the last Tuesday of every month. Mr. Prokop said that s for staff, but he s talking about the retreat. Councilman Murray asked to have a visioning exercise at the retreat; Councilman McFee said the visioning should emphasize connections to the Civic Master Plan.

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Councilman Murray also asked for a discussion of long-term projects.

Councilman McFee asked if there would be a discussion of capital improvements at the retreat. Ms. Todd said that would be in conjunction with the synchronization discussion; once that gets finalized with staff, then the Capital Improvement Plan will [be] tweaked.

Mayor Keyserling said there has never been a conversation about the capital penny sales tax; the county never consulted with the City of Beaufort about it. He said he knows about it from the newspaper and from talking to a couple of members of the county council. There s only been a vague discussion about where the revenue would go (e.g., to Lady s Island and sidewalks, but not which sidewalks or where on Lady s Island improvements would be made). He asked how downtown Beaufort and Port Royal would be affected if they do Lady s Island, and he asked if council feels this topic is worth a conversation.
Tagged Passions:streets, taxes, Taxes, capital spending, council, downtown, Capital Spending, Pedestrian, and sale

Councilman McFee said where the money would go is not as vague as Mayor Keyserling suggested. There s a very specific dollar amount for the bridges, he said. Councilman Cromer said it s 80 million for the bridges, 30 million for Lady s Island. Councilman McFee broke down how the Lady s Island money is earmarked. The dollar amount for the sidewalks is 10 million, Councilman Cromer said, but it is leftover, so it s for sidewalks and whatever else they had in mind. Mayor Keyserling said how the county spends the capital penny funds is something the voters need to know, and I think we want to know.

Councilman McFee said there was a long discussion about this at the last LATS (Lowcountry Area Transportation Study) meeting, with Colin Clinton making a presentation about the penny sales tax. The discussion about the county s plan . . . to market this was pretty robust, he said. County council has put out an RFP for a public relations firm to do the sale of the penny sales tax, Councilman McFee said, and the Chamber of Commerce apparently is going to spearhead this, in cooperation with county council, which, because county council is doing the referendum, is in violation of the state [law]. He said there was a lot of questioning around the table about this at the LATS meeting, and it was clear that because of the state s attorney general s ruling, the city and county councils and the elected officials in all the jurisdictions that would be [affected] cannot say that they are endorsing this referendum. However, the information about what the referendum is intended for is completely within the [scope] of the law, Councilman McFee said, which was county council s premise when voting to hire a public relations firm to coordinate the message about the referendum, and to provide a better direction about how this information is disseminated. He further elaborated on the discussion about this issue at the LATS meeting. Councilman McFee said he feels the ways the penny sales tax can be marketed shouldn't be too restricted, because it will not be shovel-ready, and none of the ones that have been successful have been shovel-ready. Many in attendance at the LATS meeting felt like the message needed to go out with plan designs and details about what the money is to be used for (e.g., naming the specific roads that will get sidewalks or improvements), Councilman McFee said, but Mr. Clinton told them, You re not going to ever sell that because nobody s going to pay any attention to that kind of detail. According to Mr. Clinton, there is not time for minutiae, and there is no physical way for the county to have that kind of detail available for the project s readiness, Councilman McFee said.

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million will go to Lady s Island, Mayor Keyserling said; Councilman McFee said that money is intended to be used for needs identified in the traffic studies. The 80 million for the Hilton Head bridges is for engineering, he said; it will cost 300 million to build [the] bridge. He then discussed the evolution of the parameters of the Hilton Head bridge project.

SEISMIC TESTING UPDATE Mayor Keyserling said, Under the cloud of the review and the renewal of putting everything in the five-year plan (almost the whole circumference of the continent), there are 3 other things happening : Most currently, the state senate is having a hearing on Thursday to hold a public advisory referendum on whether or not it would be good to have safe best practices [for] seismic testing and drilling for oil. He said he will testify against it because it s during the primary, and because of the Citizens United ruling the Petroleum Institute or any of the oil families could spend 10 million more than anyone running for any office to pass this, making it a central issue in the campaign, which Mayor Keyserling feels is not the way to decide this. The money is already flowing, he said, and having looked at the positions of the congressional delegation, he has seen that 87 of the oil and gas money invested in South Carolina congressional races went to those who are supporting offshore oil and drilling, so that s one issue. It s pretty clear, Mayor Keyserling said, that Florida was exempted from the 5-year plan because all of that state s politicians said, We don t want it. Currently, South Carolina s split, he said, and the governor is wiggling a little bit on the issue, though he continues to say he s against it.

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Mayor Keyserling said, in regard to the lawsuit, Hilton Head passed its referendum tonight. Also, there had been a conference call with representatives of about 12 coastal communities about their involvement in the lawsuit, he said; this group will probably be narrowed down to 5 or 6 communities at the most. That will happen after the federal Marine Fisheries Service makes a judgment on whether the granting of the permits would make a threat to marine life and the environment, he said. The suit would probably be brought against Marine Fisheries, Mayor Keyserling said.

Councilman McFee asked if SCELP (the South Carolina Environmental Law Project) wants Beaufort to do a resolution, and Mayor Keyserling said it makes no difference to them how it is authorized. City council needs to figure a way, somehow, to make some noise, he said, and to convince the state legislature and the legislative delegation that this is not an issue about a whining coast that wants to hug trees, but is about tourism, jobs, fisheries, oystering, and beaches. This is a state problem, Mayor Keyserling said, not just our problem. Mayor Keyserling told Councilman Murray that Representatives Mark Sanford and Jim Clyburn have been opposed to seismic testing and drilling from the very beginning ; Rep. Tom Rice, who represents the Myrtle Beach/Grand Strand area, was for seismic testing, but not for drilling, but Mayor Keyserling believes Rep. Rice is now against it all. There was general discussion about people to whom council might speak about this issue. Councilman Murray asked if Mayor Keyserling has talking points council members could pass along to coastal representatives. For example, US Representative Jeff Duncan, who has been the most outspoken of South Carolina s congressmen in support of drilling and exploration on the South Carolina coast, wouldn't pay attention to someone who s not a constituent, Councilman Murray said, but the mayors in his district, for example, could be reached out to and given this information, because Rep. Duncan would pay attention to them. There being no further business to come before council, the work session adjourned at 7:00 p.m.
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CITY OF BEAUFORT DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

TO: CITY COUNCIL DATE: 2/7/2018 FROM: Linda Roper AGENDA ITEM TITLE: Request for Co-Sponsorship for use of the Waterfront Park from Jodie Miller for Dragon Boat Race Day 2018 Saturday, June 23, 2018 MEETING DATE: 2/13/2018
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DEPARTMENT: City Managers Office

BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
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PLACED ON AGENDA FOR:

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Upload Date Co-Sponsorship Form Backup Material 2/7/2018

CITY OF BEAUFORT DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

TO: CITY COUNCIL DATE: 2/7/2018 FROM: Linda Roper AGENDA ITEM TITLE: Request for Co-Sponsorship for use of the Waterfront Park from Hopeful Horizon for the annual Take Back the Night event in the Waterfront Park Friday, April 20, 2018 MEETING DATE: 2/13/2018
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DEPARTMENT: City Managers Office

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CITY OF BEAUFORT DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

TO: CITY COUNCIL DATE: 2/7/2018 FROM: Kathy Todd AGENDA ITEM TITLE: Authorization to allow City Manager to execute contract for Southside Park Multi Use Trail MEETING DATE: 2/13/2018 DEPARTMENT: Finance BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The City is in receipt of a 100,000 Parks and Recreation Grant with a committed match of 54,335 for a total project budget of 154,335. On December 21, 2017, RFP 2018-105 was released on Vendor Registry for the solicitation of sealed proposals on the Southside Park Multi-Use Trail and Pedestrian Bridget Construction Project. Public Notice was published through the Island Packet and the South Carolina Business Opportunities weekly newsletter. A mandatory Pre-Proposal meeting was held on January 5, 2018 at 10am in the Planning Conference Room and sealed proposals were received on January 22, 2018 by 2pm. The City received 3 sealed proposals: O'Quinn Marine Construction totaling 305,546.75; Quality Enterprises totaling 337,425 and Carolina Recreation Design totaling 152,264.26. The proposals were reviewed by a committee consisting of Neal Pugliese, Director of Public Projects and Facilities; Lamar Taylor, Director of Public Works, and Brian Franklin, City Landscape Architect. Following review of the proposals, the Committee interviewed repreentatives of Carolina Recreation Design. In addition, references of Carolina Recreation Design were contacted. Based on the reference check and responsiveness during the interview phase, the Committee was satisfied that Carolina Recreation Design had the pre requisite knowledge and expertise to perform the required scope of the project. The Committee Recommends Carolina Recreation Design as the Contractor for the project.
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REMARKS: Request that City Council authorize the City Manager to enter into a contract with Carolina Recreation Design for a total value of 152,264.26 for the Southside Park Multi-Use Trail and Pedestrian Bridge construction project.
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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Upload Date Contract with Carolina Recreation Design Cover Memo 2/7/2018

William Prokop CITY MANAGER 843-525-7070 FAX 843-525-7013
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CITY OF BEAUFORT 1911 Boundary Street

BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA 29902 COUNCIL MEMBERS: Billy Keyserling, Mayor
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Mike McFee Stephen Murray Phillip Cromer

Nan Sutton Page 1 of 5 Standard Agreement Between

City of Beaufort and Carolina Recreation Design

where the basis of payment is a STIPULATED SUM This document has important legal consequences. Consultation with an attorney is encouraged with respect to its completion or modification. AGREEMENT made as of the 14 day of February in the year 2018 BETWEEN the Owner:
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CITY OF BEAUFORT 1911 BOUNDARY STREET BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA 29902

and the Contractor CAROLINA RECREATION DESIGN 344 ROLLING HILLS ROAD, SUITE 201 MOORESVILLE, NC 28117 The Project is: SOUTHSIDE PARK MULTI-USE TRAIL AND PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION The Architect of record on the project is: BRIAN FRANKLIN, CITY OF BEAUFORT LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT
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The Owner and Carolina Recreation Design agree as follows:

ARTICLE 1 - THE DOCUMENTS The contract Documents consist of this Agreement, (City of Beaufort and Carolina Recreation Design) Conditions of the Contract (General, Supplementary and other Conditions), the Request for Proposal (RFP 2018-105) and the Proposal Submitted by Carolina Recreation Design. in response to this RFP, Drawings, Specifications, addenda issued prior to execution of this Agreement, Standard AIA Certificate for Payment form, and other documents listed in this Agreement and Modifications issued after execution of this Agreement; these form the Contract and are as fully a part of the Contract as if attached to this Agreement or repeated herein. The Contract represents the entire and integrated agreement between the parties hereto and supersedes prior negotiations, representations or agreements, either written or oral. An enumeration of the Contract Document, other than Modifications appears in Article 8. Page 2 of 5 ARTICLE 2 - THE WORK OF THIS AGREEMENT- Carolina Recreation Design shall fully execute the Work described in the Agreement, except to the extent specifically indicated in the Agreement to be the responsibility of others. ARTICLE 3 - DATE OF COMMENCEMENT AND SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION

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3.1 The date of commencement of the Work shall be the date of this Agreement unless a different date is stated below, or provision is made for the date to be fixed in a notice to proceed issued by the Owner.

NOTICE TO PROCEED WILL BE ISSUED WITHIN (1) DAY OF SIGNED AGREEMENT.

If, prior to the commencement of the Work, the Owner requires time to file mortgages, mechanic s liens and other security interests, the Owner s time requirement shall be as follows: SEVEN (7) DAYS
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3.2 Carolina Recreation Design: Time shall be measured from the date of commencement.

3.2 Weekly progress meetings between the City representative and the Contractor coordinated by the City representative are required.
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3.3 Carolina Recreation Design. shall achieve Substantial Completion of the entire Work not later than MAY 18, 2018 OR NINETY (90) days from the date of commencement, or as follows: subject to adjustments of this Agreement as provided in the Documents.

ARTICLE 4 - CONTRACT SUM
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4.1 The Owner shall pay the Contractor the Contract Sum in current funds for the Contractor s performance of the Contract. The Contract Sum shall be

( 152,264.26) One Hundred and Fifty-Two Thousand, Two Hundred and Sixty-four dollars and 26 cents subject to additions and deductions as provided in the Agreement. ANY ADDITIONS ABOVE THE ORIGINAL DOLLAR AMOUNT WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OWNER.
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4.2 The Contract Sum is based upon the following alternates, if any, which are described in the Agreement and are hereby accepted by the Owner:

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NO ALTERNATES REQUIRED IN THIS AGREEMENT

4.3 Unit prices, if any, are as follows:

152,264.26 LUMP SUM ARTICLE 5 - PAYMENTS 5.1 Progress Payments

5.1.1 Based upon Applications for Payment submitted to the City by the Consultant and Certificates for Payment issued by the County, shall make progress payments on account of the Contract Sum to the Contractor as provided below and elsewhere in the Agreement

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5.1.2 The period covered by each Application for Payment shall be one calendar month ending on the last day of the month.

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5.1.3 Provided that an Application for Payment is received by the City not later than the Fifth (5th) day of a month, the Owner shall make payment to the Contractor not later than the Twenty (20th) day of the same month. If an Application for Payment is received by the City after the application date fixed above, payment shall be made by the Owner not later than fifteen (15) days after the City receives the Application for Payment.

5.1.4 LABOR REQUIREMENTS Not Applicable

5.1.5 Applications for Payment shall indicate the percentage of completion of each portion of the Work as of the end of the period covered by the Application for Payment.

5.1.6 Subject to other provisions of the Agreement, the amount of each progress payment shall be computed as follows:

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Take that portion of the Contract Sum properly allocable to completed Work as determined by multiplying the percentage completion of each portion of the Work by the share of the Contract Sum allocated to that portion of the Work in the schedule of values, less retainage of percent (10 ). Pending final determination of cost to the Owner of changes in the Work, amounts not in dispute shall be included as provided.

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Add that portion of the Contract Sum properly allocable to materials and equipment delivered and suitably stored at the site for subsequent incorporation in the completed construction (or, if approved in advance by the Owner, suitably stored off the site at a location agreed upon in writing), less retainage of percent (10 );

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Subtract the aggregate of previous payments made by the Owner; and

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Subtract amounts, if any, for which the Engineer has withheld or nullified a Certificate for Payment.

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5.1.7 The progress payment amount determined in Subparagraph 5.1.6 shall be further modified under the following circumstances:

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Add, upon Substantial Completion of the Work, a sum sufficient to increase the total payments to the full amount of the Contract Sum, less such amounts as the Architect shall determine for incomplete Work, retainage applicable to such work and unsettled claims: and

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Add, if final completion of the work is thereafter materially delayed through no fault of the Contractor, any additional amounts payable.

5.2 FINAL PAYMENT

5.2.1 Final payment, constituting the entire unpaid balance of the Contract Sum, shall be made by the Owner to Carolina Recreation Design when:

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Carolina Recreation Design has fully performed the Agreement except for the City s responsibility to correct Work, and to satisfy other requirements, if any, which extend beyond final payment, and

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A final Certificate for Payment has been issued by the Owner

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5.2.2 The Owner s final payment to Carolina Recreation Design shall be made no later than (5) five days after the acceptance and completion of work, by the City.

Page 4 of 5 ARTICLE 6 - TERMINATION OR SUSPENSION
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6.1 The Agreement may be terminated by the Owner or Carolina Recreation Design prior to work commencing.

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6.2 The work may be suspended by the Owner

ARTICLE 7 - MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

7.1 The Owner s representative is:

NEAL PUGLIESE, SENIOR PORJECT MANAGER CITY OF BEAUFORT 1911 BOUNDARY ST BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA 29902
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7.2 Carolina Recreation Design s representative is

DON HEMINGWAY CAROLINA RECREATION DESIGN 344 ROLLING HILLS ROAD, SUITE 201 MOORESVILLE, NC 28117

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7.3 Neither the Owner s nor the Carolina Recreation Design representative shall be changed without ten days written notice to the other party.

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7.4 Other Provisions:

UTILITY CONTACTS Gray Wilson SCE G 843-525-7775 Kerry Bunton SCE G 843-525-7742 David Stiles SPRINT 843-525-7932 Frank Denmark HARGRAY 843-815-1682 Joe DeVito BJWSA 843-987-9200 ARTICLE 8 - ENUMERATION OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS
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8.1 The Agreement, except for Modifications issued after execution of this Agreement, are enumerated as follows:

8.1.1 The Agreement is this executed Standard Form of Agreement Between the City of Beaufort and (Owner) and Carolina Recreation Design (Contractor)
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8.1.2 The General Conditions are the General Conditions of the Agreement for Construction.

8.1.3 The Supplementary and other Conditions of the Contract are those contained in the Project Manual and are as follows: Not Applicable
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8.1.4 The Specifications are those contained in the Project Manual dated as in Subparagraph 8.1.3, and are as follows:

SEE SCOPE OF WORK CONTAINED IN THE RFP 2018-103
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SEE PLANS CONTAINED IN THE RFP 2018-103

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8.1.5 The Architectural record drawings, survey, and photos are to be part of this contract and due to the City upon contract completion.

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8.1.6 The Addenda, if any, are as follows:

NONE RECORDED

Portions of Addenda relating to bidding requirements are not part of the Contract Documents unless the bidding requirements are also enumerated in this Article 8.

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8.1.7 Other documents, if any, forming part of the Contract Documents are as follows:

THE REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL -RFP 2018-105, AND THE PROPOSAL SUBMITTED IN RESPONSE TO THE RFP ARE ATTACHED HERETO AND BY THIS REFERENCE INCORPORATED HEREIN. This Agreement is entered into as of the day and year first written above and is executed in at least three original copies, of which one is to be delivered to the Director of Downtown Operations, one to the Contractor for use in the administration of the Agreement, and the remainder to the Owner.
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CITY OF BEAUFORT DATE (Signature)

(Printed name and title)

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CAROLINA RECREATION DESIGN DATE (AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE) (Signature)

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(Printed name and title)

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CITY OF BEAUFORT STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL RFP NO. 2018-105
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CITY OF BEAUFORT

SOUTHSIDE PARK MULTI-USE TRAIL AND PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION
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DUE: MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 2018 by 2:00 PM

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CITY OF BEAUFORT, SC REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

RFP NO. 2018-105 SEALED PROPOSALS will be received in the Finance Department, 2nd Floor, City Hall, 1911 Boundary Street, Beaufort, South Carolina until 2:00 P.M. ET Monday, January 22, 2018 contractors are invited to submit proposals to the City of Beaufort for the following:
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City of Beaufort SOUTHSIDE PARK MUTIL-USE TRAIL AND PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

SUBMIT: One (1) unbound original and three (3) bound copies of all requested documentation must be received on or before 2:00 P.M. ET January 22, 2018. ADDRESS TO: City of Beaufort, City Hall, 2nd Floor Finance Department, Attention: Kathy Todd
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MAILING ADDRESS: 1911 Boundary St., Beaufort, South Carolina 29902

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OFFICE ADDRESS: 1911 Boundary St., Beaufort, South Carolina 29902

EMAIL ADDRESS: ktodd@cityofbeaufort.org PHONE NUMBER: 843-525-7009 FAX NUMBER: 843-986-5606 MARK OUTSIDE ENVELOPE: RFP NO. 2018-105 SOUTHSIDE PARK MULTI-USE TRAIL AND PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

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MANDATORY PRE-PROPOSAL MEETING WILL BE HELD AT 10:00 A.M. ET ON JANUARY 5, 2018, IN THE PLANNING CONFERENCE ROOM OF CITY HALL, LOCATED AT 1911 BOUNDARY STREET, BEAUFORT, SC 29902. ALL POTENTIAL OFFERORS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND.

DEADLINE ENFORCED PROPOSALS DELIVERED AFTER THE TIME AND DATE SET FOR RECEIPT OF PROPOSALS SHALL NOT BE ACCEPTED AND WILL BE RETURNED UNOPENED TO THE OFFEROR. IT IS THE OFFEROR S RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE TIMELY DELIVERY OF THEIR PROPOSALS. WEATHER, FLIGHT DELAYS, CARRIER ERRORS AND OTHER ACTS OF OTHERWISE EXCUSABLE NEGLECT ARE RISKS ALLOCATED TO OFFERORS AND WILL NOT BE EXEMPTED FROM DEADLINE REQUIREMENTS. E-MAIL, TELEPHONE, OR FACSIMILE PROPOSALS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Any offer submitted as a result of this RFP shall be binding on the offeror for NINETY (90) calendar days following the specified opening date. Any proposal for which the offeror specifies a shorter acceptance period may be rejected. Page 3 of 9 Proprietary and/or Confidential Information Your proposal package is a public document under the South Carolina Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), except as to information that may be treated as confidential as an exception to disclosure under the FOIA. If you cannot agree to this standard, please do not submit your qualification. All information that is to be treated as confidential and/or proprietary must be CLEARLY identified, and each page containing confidential and/or proprietary information, in whole or in part, must be stamped and/or denoted as CONFIDENTIAL, in bold, in a font of at least 12 point type, in the upper right hand corner of the page. All information not so denoted and identified shall be subject to disclosure by the City. This Request for Proposal is being issued by the City of Beaufort. Direct all questions or request for clarification of this RFP by email, mail, or fax to contact information listed above. Offerors are specifically directed not to contact any other City personnel for meetings, conferences, or technical discussions related to this request unless otherwise stated in this RFP. Failure to adhere to this policy may be grounds for rejection of your proposal. Offerors ARE CAUTIONED that any statement made by City staff persons that materially change any portion of this RFP shall not be relied upon unless they are subsequently ratified by a formal written amendment to this RFP. Any revisions to this RFP will be issued and distributed as an addendum. All addenda, additional communications, responses to questions, etc. pertaining to the Request for PROPOSAL may be accessed on the City of Beaufort website under Quick Links Bid Opportunities at www.cityofbeaufort.org. All Offerors should consult this website for updates before submitting bids. THE DEADLINE FOR QUESTIONS IS: 4:00 P.M., JANUARY 12, 2018. ANSWERS TO SUBMITTED QUESTIONS WILL BE POSTED ON THE CITY WEBSITE BY 4:00 PM ON JANUARY 17, 2018. If the Offeror discovers any ambiguity, conflict, discrepancy, omission or other error in the RFP, Offeror shall immediately notify the City of such error in writing and request modification or clarification of the document. The Offeror is responsible for clarifying any ambiguity, conflict, discrepancy; omission or other error in the RFP or it shall be deemed waived. The City of Beaufort reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, or any parts thereof, waive informalities, negotiate terms and conditions, and to select an Offeror that best meets the needs of the City of Beaufort and its employees.

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Compliance with the South Carolina Illegal Immigration Reform Act Any Contractor entering into a service contract with the City of Beaufort must certify to the City of Beaufort that the Contractor intends to verify any new employees status, and require any sub-consultants performing services under the service contract to verify their new employees status, per the terms of the South Carolina Illegal Immigration Reform Act, and as set out in Title 41, Chapter 8 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976.

Page 4 of 9 POLICY CONCERNING MINORITY AND WOMAN OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES Intent Businesses owned and operated by women and minority persons, in general, have been historically restricted from full participation in the nation's free enterprise system to a degree disproportionate to other businesses. The City believes it is in the community's best interest to assist minority and woman owned businesses to develop fully, in furtherance of City's policies and programs which are designed to promote balanced economic and community growth. The City, therefore, wishes to ensure that minority and woman owned businesses (M/WBEs) are afforded the opportunity to fully participate in the City's overall procurement process and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, sex, or national origin in consideration for an award. Goal for Participation The City adopts the State of South Carolina's goal for participation of M/WBEs: ten percent (10 ) of annual controllable procurement expenditures which are defined as agreements between the City and a Vendor to provide or procure labor, materials, equipment, supplies and services to, for or on behalf of the City. However, a specific expectation has not been set for this RFP. Required Forms Contractors submitting proposals are required to include completed forms that are found at the end of the General Terms Conditions. The City s General Terms Conditions, a required component of all competitive procurement proposals, may be accessed on the City s website under Quick Links Bid Opportunities www.cityofbeaufort.org. All proposers are to certify that they have read the General Terms Conditions and will adhere to them as a component of the contract documents. Contractors should also be aware that, should a contract be awarded, the City will require reports of the utilization of any minority business enterprises to be filed along with requests for payment. The City reserves the right to audit accuracy of the utilization reports that are filed. The City of Beaufort reserves the right to reject any or all bids; to waive any informality or irregularity not affected by law; to evaluate, in its absolute discretion, the bids submitted; to award the contract according to the bid which best serves the interests of the City; or to not award the contract if the City determines that it is not in its best interest to do so. Proposals that are not signed will not be accepted as complete and shall not be considered. Proposals must be signed in ink (not typed) in the appropriate space(s) by an authorized officer or employee of the offeror. The words Bidder , Offeror , Proposer , Vendor , Operator , Contractor , and Company are used interchangeably throughout this RFP, and are used in place of the person, vendor, or corporation submitting a bid. Page 5 of 9 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL CITY OF BEAUFORT SOUTHSIDE PARK MULTI-USE TRAIL AND PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION (RFP 2018-105)
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I.
INTRODUCTION

This project is meant to develop a 1.2-mile multi-use trail in one of the City of Beaufort s largest and most undeveloped parks. The completed trail will meander throughout the 35-acre park in a curvilinear path that loops the trail user through a variety of habitats including open fields, forested areas, and bridges over an existing wetland. Located in one of the most heavily populated areas of the City, this project will provide a much-needed recreational resource for the surrounding neighborhood and provide connectivity to the Spanish Moss Trail system.

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SCOPE OF WORK

The Southside Park Trail project consists of grading, paving, drainage, driving piles, wood construction, and concrete work for approximately l .20 miles of trail improvements within the boundaries of Southside Park. The typical trail cross section consists of a 10 wide gravel multi-use path with lawn on each side. The project also consists of the installation of a 10 wide wooden pedestrian bridge to cross a creek that runs thru the site. The construction of fencing with bollards at (4) entry points into the park and (3) cross walks with bollards to keep vehicles from driving onto the trail. There are also (2) additional trail entry points with bollards and (4) trail locations where drainage pipe will cross under the trail to allow for water flow. This project is funded with Grant money from the States Recreational Trails Program and matching funds from the City of Beaufort. The construction of this project shall be in accordance with the City of Beaufort Development Code and all Federal and State Building Standards that apply to the construction of the Pedestrian Bridge, ADA Accessible Trail, Entry Points, Bollards, and Crosswalks.
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II.
SITE INSPECTION

There will be weekly site inspections by the City s Landscape Architect that will occur on Friday of every week. Meeting days may be adjusted due to weather or holidays.

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III.
CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

Construction drawings are included under Attachment A that contains sheets L1 thru L8. The set contains an overall masterplan, detailed grading plan sheets, trail and bridge construction details with notes.

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IV.
ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS AND INFORMATION

There is a sewer force main that is to be installed by Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority through the site that will require the awarded contractor to coordinate with the utility company. In addition, the awarded contractor will be required to coordinate with the City Public Works Department with work that Department will be conducting related to existing curb to accommodate crosswalks, painting of the crosswalks, concrete work, tree removal, and culvert installation, etc. Page 6 of 9 There is also a pile of asphalt millings on site that will be used as the base layer in constructing the trail. Bidders will need to review this material and include its use in their bid. Additional documents are available online under Appendix A. Proposers are required to review and be familiar with these documents as they are a part of the RFQ and will become part of the awarded contract. These documents also include the Price Summary Form (Attachment A). These additional documents may be accessed on the City of Beaufort website under Quick Links Bid Opportunities at www.cityofbeaufort.org.

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V.
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

I. Required content of proposal: The detailed requirements set forth in the Proposal Format are recommended. Failure by any Proposer to respond to a specific requirement may result in disqualification. Proposers are reminded that proposals will be considered exactly as submitted. Points of clarification will be solicited from proposers at the discretion of the City. Those proposals determined not to be in compliance with provisions of this RFP and the applicable law and/or regulations will not be processed. In addition to the information required as described below, a Respondent may submit supplemental information that it feels may be useful in evaluating its proposal. This information may include documents such as a firm profile or brochure. All costs incurred by the Proposer associated with RFP preparations and subsequent interviews and/or negotiations, which may or may not lead to execution of a contract, shall be the responsibility entirely and exclusively by the proposer.

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II.
Proposal format: The proposal format requirements were developed to aid Proposers in their proposal development. They also provide a structured format so reviewers can systematically evaluate several proposals. These directions apply to all proposals submitted.

The purpose of the Proposal is to demonstrate the technical capabilities, professional qualifications, past project experiences, and knowledge within this industry. Proposer s proposal must address all the points outlined herein as required, in the following order.

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a.
Transmittal Letter: A transmittal letter must be submitted with a Proposer s proposal which shall include: i. Name of the firm responding, including mailing address, e-mail address, telephone

number, and names of contact person. ii. The name of the person or persons authorized to make representations on behalf of the

Proposer, binding the firm to a contract. iii. Prepare an executive summary stating the respondent s understanding of the project and

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opinion why the respondent s firm should be chosen. Include any general information the proposer wishes the City to consider about the proposal.

iv.
An affirmative statement that the proposer has read and agrees to the General Terms and Conditions and will adhere to them as a component of the contract documents.

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b.
Proposer s Work History and References:

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i.
Provide client references (name, address, e-mail and phone number) for a minimum of three projects of a similar size and nature. References from South Carolina and the southeast United States are preferred.

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Identify any additional or unique resources, options, capabilities or assets which the Proposer would bring to this project.

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Required Forms:

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Proposals must include the required forms. 1. Certificates of Insurance showing present coverage as described in the Insurance

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section of the General Terms and Conditions. 2. Ethics in Public Contracting Certification 3. Non-Collusion Affidavit 4. Small / Woman-Owned / Minority Business Enterprise Form 5. Non-Resident Taxpayer Affidavit (S.S. Department of Revenue I-312) 6. RFP Signature page (must be signed in ink)

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ii.
Unit Price Schedule that breaks down all costs.

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Other Information to Provide:

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List any lawsuits or arbitration proceedings that have been initiated by or against your company in the past five years. Briefly describe the nature of the action and the outcome.

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Proposer shall be responsible for providing a letter from the surety company that would issue Performance and Payment bonds for the Contractor included on your team, providing information on the Contractor s bonding capacity. Performance and Payment bonds are required.

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VI.
PROPOSAL EVALUATION

The City will evaluate proposals based on the factors outlined within this RFP, which shall be applied to all eligible, responsive proposals in selecting the successful firm. The City reserves the right to disqualify any proposal for, but not limited to; person or persons it deems as non- responsive and/or non-responsible. The City reserves the right to make such investigations of the qualifications of the Proposer as it deems appropriate. Lowest responsible bidder. Contracts shall be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder. In determining lowest responsible bidder , in addition to price, the City shall consider: (a) The ability, capacity and skill of the bidder to perform the contract or provide the service required; (b) Whether the bidder can perform the contract or provide the service promptly, or within the time specified, without delay or interference; Page 8 of 9 (c) The character, integrity, reputation, judgment, experience and efficiency of the bidder; (d) The quality of performance of previous contracts or services; (e) The previous and existing compliance by the bidder with laws and ordinances relating to the contract or services; (f) The sufficiency of the financial resources and ability of the bidder to perform the contract or provide the service; (g) The quality, availability and adaptability of the supplies or contractual services to the particular use required; (h) The ability of the bidder to provide future maintenance and service for the use of the

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subject: of the contract; (i) The number and scope of conditions attached to the bid.

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It is the City s intent to contract with one proposer to provide the services as detailed herein. Award of any proposal may be made without discussion with Proposers after responses are received. The Proposers submitting sealed proposals will be evaluated by an evaluation committee. The committee will evaluate each component separately. After careful evaluation, the committee will rank the Proposers and make a recommendation to the City Manager of the lowest responsible bidder. The City reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids that is in the best interest of the City.

The City may choose to interview one or more contractor(s) responding to this RFP. The City reserves the right to request and obtain, from one or more contractor(s), supplementary information as may be necessary for the City to analyze the proposal pursuant to the evaluation criteria. The City reserves the right to accept or reject any and all proposals that is in the best interest of the City. Page 9 of 9
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CITY OF BEAUFORT SOUTH CAROLINA

RFP SIGNATURE PAGE RFP NO. 2018-105 PROPOSER S NAME: ______________________________________________________ The undersigned, having become familiar with the existing conditions and the Proposal Scope of Services hereby proposed, agrees to complete the work as described in accordance with the Request for Proposal and Contract Documents.
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Proposer warrants that no gratuities, in the form of gifts, entertainment, or otherwise, were offered or given by the Proposer, to any officer or employee of the City with a view toward securing the contract or securing favorable treatment with respect to any determination concerning the performance of the contract.

This offer is genuine and not made in interest of or on behalf of any undisclosed person, vendor or corporation and is not submitted in conformity with any agreement or rules of any group, association, organization or corporation; Proposer has not directly induced or solicited any other Proposer to submit false or sham bid; Proposer has not solicited or sought by collusion to obtain for itself any advantage over any other Proposer or other Owner. The words Bidder , Offeror , Proposer , Vendor , and Company are used interchangeably throughout this solicitation, and are used in place of the person, vendor, or corporation submitting a solicitation.
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Proposer has examined copies of all documents and of the following addenda (if applicable):

Addendum No. Date _____________ _________________ _____________ _________________ _____________ _________________

Address: Post Office Box:_______________________________ Zip:__________________ Street:________________________________________ Zip:__________________ City:__________________________________________ State:________________ Telephone:_____________________________ Fax:________________________ Email:______________________________________________________________

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1911 Boundary Street Beaufort, SC 29902

www. cityofbeaufort.org

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CITY OF BEAUFORT

Southside Park Masterplan Overall 2170000 11.30.17 BF This drawing is the exclusive property of the City of Beaufort. It may not be copied, reproduced, modified, published or used in any manner without written permission. SHEET NUMBER: REVISED: PROJECT NO.: DATE DRAWN: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: DATE REVISIONS NORTHSCALE: 1 =50'-0 GRADING LEGEND: EXISTING TREE TO REMAIN EXISTING TREE TO BE REMOVED
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DIRECTION OF RUNOFF

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JOB 100009, DATED 12/21/10. COUNTY PROPERTY BASE INFORMATION TAKEN FROM GIS DATA 12/30/17. PROPOSED GRADES MAY BE FIELD ADJUSTED WITH APPROVAL FROM SITE ENGINEER OR CITY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT.
Tagged Passions:buildings and grounds, GIS, property, and drugs

AutoCAD SHX Text No. 1095

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TRAIL L.P. 7.85

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PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE, SEE SHEET L9 (ALLOW UNRESTRICTED WATER FLOW WITHIN THE DRAINAGE CANAL)
Tagged Passions:Utility, Pedestrian, watershed, stormwater, utility, and water

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TIE INTO EXISTING GRADE

ENTRY POINT, SEE DETAIL 3 SHEET L7

M ATCHLINE SHEET L3 M ATCHLINE SHEET L2

60LF OF 12 HDPE CULVERT PIPE

INV. 5.75
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CONCRETE R.O.W. ENTRY - TIE INTO TRAIL

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1911 Boundary Street Beaufort, SC 29902

www. cityofbeaufort.org Southside Park Plan Grading 2170000 11.30.17 BF This drawing is the exclusive property of the City of Beaufort. It may not be copied, reproduced, modified, published or used in any manner without written permission. SHEET NUMBER: REVISED: PROJECT NO.: DATE DRAWN: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: DATE REVISIONS NORTHSCALE: 1 =20'-0 GRADING LEGEND: EXISTING TREE TO REMAIN EXISTING TREE TO BE REMOVED

Tagged Passions:streets, property, grading, and parks

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