5.Consent AgendaConsider a budget amendment and accept with appreciation a donation from thea.Moores
ville Artist Guild in the amount Of $35,000 to begin the improvements at thedepot warehouse. (page 5-6)b.Consider approving a "Fifth Amendment TO Water Tower Lease Agreement"between Cellco Partnership d/b/a Verizon Wireless and the Town of Mooresville.This amendment involves a reduction in the total number of antennas on theChurch Street water tank but keeps the rent the same. This change will provide theTown with additional Space on the catwalk for any new carriers in the future.(pages 7-11)Consider a request from the Deputy Manager to apply for the Bloomberge.Philanthropies' Public Art Challenge grant in an amount not to exceedThe Public Art Challenge encourages Mayors to collaborate with artists to developinnovative public art projects that address critical issues in their communities. NoTown match is required.
d. Consider a contract with Professional Property Services Inc. in the amount offor the Dye Creek Gr
eenway Right-of-Way Acquisition. This project is forconsulting services for right-of-way acquisition along section 1 of the Dye CreekGreenway along with appraisals and easement staking if needed.Consider a contract with Gresham Smith & Partners for the North South Parkwaye.Sub Area Study in the amount of This project is for evaluatingalternative North-South routes from the City of Charlotte to Iredell County forconsideration by Iredell County, participating Towns, TCC and CRTPO.(pages 12-16)
k. Consider declaring Power Turf Renovation of Waddell, Arizona "Sole-Source" forthe P TO-60 Sport T
urf Resurfacing Machine. This is based on a bid dated 3/28/18in the amount of SII,995. No other vendor produces a piece Of equipmentcomparable, therefore, competitive bids could not be obtained. (pages 20-21)
l. Consider Amendment 1 to the North Carolina Department Of Natural and CulturalResources and the To
wn of Mooresville grant contract for the $70,000 grant for thepergola retrofit at the library. Amendments include changing the completion datefrom May 2018 to October 31, 2018 and changes to Attachment B. (pages 22-24)
6. Financial Summary ReportTown of Mooresville40th Anniversary ProclamationMooresville Artist GuildW
HEREAS, in 1955 six artists gathered at the War Memorial to paint andexchange ideas and in 1966 the Mooresville Artist Guild was horn; andWHEREAS, the Mooresville Artist Guild is celebrating their 40th anniversary Ofbeing in the historic Mooresville Depot in downtown Mooresville; andWHEREAS, the Mooresville Artist Guild is dedicated to being an advocate forthe artist and to serve as an artistic and cultural resource for the community; andWHEREAS, their projects include the 40th anniversary of SpringFest, theirannual spring art show, the NC Open Plein Air Event which brought in artists fromthe entire state of North Carolina, the Arts at the Mill and the 150th AnniversaryExhibition of the American Watercolor Society which included artwork fromnationally and internationally-known artists; andWHEREAS, their vision is to educate the public in the appreciation of all artforms, display exceptional exhibits for everyone to view, offer the opportunities to learnand be creative and be an ever-present hub for artists of all ages.
u allsCommissionerEddie DinglerCommissionerBarbara WhittingtonCommissionerBobby CCommiss nerGa westC
ommissionerCoum of MooresviCeProclamationLibrary Appreciation Month — April 2018WHEREAS, libraries are the heart of their communities, campuses and schools;andWHEREAS, public libraries, school libraries, college and university libraries, aswell as all other types of libraries are essential to providing opportunities to improveour quality of lifefor today and tomorrow, andWHEREAS, by engaging library users in a wealth of print, media and digitalcollections, libraries provide access to resources for building knowledge and life-longlearning; andWHEREAS, libraries bring together community members to enrich and shapethe community and address local issues; andWHEREAS, with the many opportunities to engage with our libraries, April is aperfect time to visit our library and see how they are helping every person in ourcommunity succeed in reaching their full potential.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor and Board ofCommissioners of the Town of Mooresville d
o hereby proclaim April 2018 as LibraryAppreciation Month and encourage all citizens to visit their local library to takeadvantage of the resources available.This the 16th day of April 2018.Miles AtkinsMayorThurman HoustonMayor Pro Tem
103 W. Center AvenueMooresville NC 28115Phone 704.663.6661Email: mooresviIleartsNC@gmail.comMooresvi
lle Artist Guild is pleased to provide the Town of Mooresville with a check for $35,000.00 tobegin the life safety improvements to our location at 103 W. Center Ave, the train depot's warehouse.Our understanding is that there will also be a partial matching of these funds in the amount of$10,000.00 by the Mooresville Library.We anticipate with this funding that the project will be implemented as soon as possible and these fundswill meet the expected estimates for the project.Respectfully,Jeannine TieriTreasurer/Vice PresidentMooresville Artist Guild