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REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL

WEB SITE ADDRESS: www.birminghamal.gov

INVOCATION: Reverend Sarah Shelton, Pastor, Baptist Church of the Covenant

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Tagged Passions:church

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Councilor Darrell O Quinn

ROLL CALL MINUTES NOT READY: February 6, 2018 April 24, 2018

COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE MAYOR

Tagged Passions:Communications and communications

Presentation of the Mayor s Proposed General Fund and Budget Message for Fiscal Year 2018-2019

Tagged Passions:budget

ITEM 1. A Resolution setting a public hearing on Thursday, May 10, 2018 at 5:30 o clock p.m., in the Council Chambers on the Mayor s proposed budgets. (Submitted and Recommended by Council President Abbott, Chairperson, Budget and Finance Committee)

Agenda May 1, 2018 2

Tagged Passions:hearing, budget, and finance

ANNOUNCEMENT OF BOARDS AND AGENCIES EXPIRATIONS June 2018 CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA

All items designated as Consent are considered to be routine and non-controversial and will be approved by one motion. No separate discussion of these items will be permitted unless a Councilmember, the Mayor or Citizen interested in a public hearing so requests, if so, such item(s) will revert to its normal place on the Agenda Order of Business. All matters of permanent operation ( P ) will be read. All other matters will be announced by reading the Item Number only. All Public Hearings will be announced.
Tagged Passions:hearing and business

CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS FOR FINAL PASSAGE

CONSENT(ph) ITEM 2. A Resolution revoking the Certificates of Public Necessity and Convenience issued to Over the Mountain Sedan, LLC, 5128 Valleybrook Circle, Birmingham, to operate a limousine service, for failure to file the required liability insurance, and the hearing of all interested parties. (Submitted by the City Attorney) CONSENT(ph) ITEM 3. A Resolution authorizing the abatement of the nuisances existing on the following properties and the costs of such abatement to be assessed against and constitute a lien upon such properties, and the hearing of all interested parties: (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements Committee)
Tagged Passions:hearing, legal, ordinance, ride sharing and hailing, abatement, and insurance

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29-11-2-27-06.000-RR; 2009 HOLLINS DR, LOT 6 BLK 2 HONEYSUCKLE HILLS,

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29-10-1-11-01.000-RR; 701 CENTER PL SW, LOT 28 BLK 2 LINCOLN PARK 1ST

Tagged Passions:parks

ADD OF RESUR OF W PT OF BLKS 1-2-3 E PT OF BLKS 4-5 LINCOLN PARK 1ST ADD,

Tagged Passions:parks

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29-11-2-16-04.000-RR; 1811 CENTER ST S, LOT 4 BLK 3 LOCASCIO

CATANZANO SUB,

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29-11-2-16-05.000-RR; 1817 CENTER ST S, LOT 5 BLK 3 LOCASCIO

CATANZANO SUB PB 5 PG 106,

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13-35-4-02-08.000-RR; 117 LAWSON DR, LOT 4 RED MILL ADD TO ROEBUCK

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22-34-3-18-15.000-RR; 704 7TH ST W, PAR BEG AT PT 45 FT N OF S E COR OF

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LOT 1 FOR POB TH N 45 W 50 S 20S FT W 50 FT S 25 E 100 FT TO POB BEING PT LOTS 1 2 BLK 7 R W OWENS ADDITION TO BHAM,

Agenda May 1, 2018 3

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29-02-2-24-15.000-RR; 405 THETA AVE S, N 48 FT LOT 1 COX ADD,

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29-02-2-24-14.000-RR; 407 THETA AVE S, LOT 2 COX SUR,

No additional detail provided

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29-02-2-26-03.000-RR; 331 IOTA AVE, P O B 204 S FT W OF SW INTER IOTA

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AVE OMEGA ST TH W 49 S FT ALG IOTA AVE TH S 135 S FT TO ALLEY TH E 48 S FT TH N 135 S FT TO P O B LYING IN SW 1/4 OF NW 1/4,

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets

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29-02-2-26-05.000-RR; 325 IOTA AVE, P O B 89 FT E OF E INTER IOTA AVE

3RD PL S TH E 50 FT ALG IOTA AVE TH S 135 FT TO ALLEY TH W 50 FT TH N 135 FT TO P O B LYING IN SW 1/4 OF NW 1/4 SECT 2 TWP 18S R 3W,

Tagged Passions:streets

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29-02-2-26-04.000-RR; 327 IOTA AVE, POB 140 FT S E OF E INTER IOTA AVE

3RD PL S TH E 49 FT ALG IOTA AVE TH S 135 FT TO ALLEY TH W 48 FT TH N 135 FT TO POB LYING IN SW 1/4 OF NW 1/4 SECT 2 TWSP 18 RANGE 3W,

Tagged Passions:streets

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29-02-2-22-14.000-RR; 59 3RD ST S, S 1/2 LOT 1 W P WEIR SUR,

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29-02-2-22-13.000-RR; 57 3RD ST S, N 1/2 LOT 1 W P WEIR SUR,

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29-02-2-28-07.000-RR; 115 2ND ST S, P O B 92 FT S OF E INTER KAPPA AVE

2ND ST S TH S 53 FT ALG 2ND ST S TO ALLEY TH E 50 FT TH N 53 FT TH W 50 FT TO P O B BEING PT LOT 6 M B SWANSON SUR, 63 23-20-3-11-24.000-RR; 844 42ND PL N, LOT 16 BLK 6 KINGSTON, 68 23-20-3-04-02.000-RR; 4224 9TH AVE N, W 52.5 FT OF LOTS 4 5 BLK 4 KINGSTON, 69 23-02-3-01-61.000-RR; 9002 WEST BLVD, PART OF LOTS 1 THRU 4 ROEBUCK TERRACE BEG AT NW COR OF LOT 4 TH S 66 FT TH E 69 FT TH S 105.2 FT TH E 21 FT TH S 188 FT TH E 106.4 FT TH NE 143.6 FT TH NLY 145.2 FT TH WLY 95.4 FT TH NW 130 FT TH N 21 FT TH W 161.9 FT TO POB,

Tagged Passions:streets

70
29-05-1-36-04.000-RR; 2913 31ST ST W, LOT 18 BLOCK 4 MID BHAM,

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71
29-04-4-24-14.000-RR; 1232 PRINCETON AVE, LOT 15 BLK 13 WEST END

LAND IMPROVEMENT CO, 72 29-09-2-15-30.000-RR; 508 15TH PL SW, LOTS 113 114 HEWES BOOTH SUR,

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23-28-2-01-14.000-RR; 544 53RD ST S, LOT 18 BLK 1 RIDGEWAY,

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22-30-4-28-05.000-RR; 501 6TH ST, LOT 8 BLK 20 ENSLEY LAND CO ADD TO

PRATT CITY,

76
23-19-4-08-14.000-RR; 1026 COOSA ST, LOT 8 BLK 27 EAST BHAM,

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23-19-4-03-05.000-RR; 1025 COOSA ST, LOT 14 BLK 26 EAST BHAM,

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23-19-4-03-04.000-RR; 1023 COOSA ST, S 33 FT LOT 13 BLK 26 EAST BHAM,

79
23-19-4-03-03.000-RR; 1033 COOSA ST, S 23 FT LOT 12 N 17 FT LOT 13 BLK

26
EAST BHAM,

Agenda May 1, 2018 4

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23-19-4-03-01.000-RR; 1031 COOSA ST, N 45 FT LOT 11 BLK 26 EAST BHAM,

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23-19-4-02-03.000-RR; 1101 COOSA ST, LOT 20 BLK 46 EAST BHAM,

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23-19-4-02-02.000-RR; 1103 COOSA ST, LOT 19 BLK 46 EAST BHAM,

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23-19-4-09-11.000-RR; 1110 COOSA ST, LOT 4 BLK 45 EAST BHAM,

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23-19-1-22-06.000-RR; 1109 COOSA ST, LOT 17 BLK 46 EAST BHAM,

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23-19-1-22-05.000-RR; 1111 COOSA ST, LOT 16 BLK 46 EAST BHAM,

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23-19-1-22-04.000-RR; 1115 COOSA ST, LOT 15 BLK 46 EAST BHAM,

87
23-19-1-28-06.000-RR; 1118 COOSA ST, LOT 8 BLK 45 EAST BHAM LAND CO,

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23-19-1-28-07.000-RR; 1136 COOSA ST, E 50 FT LOTS 9 10 BLK 45 EAST

BHAM LD CO,

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23-19-4-08-03.000-RR; 1025 APPALACHEE ST, LOT 13 BLK 27 EAST BHAM,

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23-19-4-11-09.000-RR; 1026 APPALACHEE ST, LOT 8 BLK 28 EAST BHAM,

91
23-19-4-11-10.000-RR; 1032 APPALACHEE ST, LOTS 9+10 BLK 28 EAST BHAM,

92 23-19-4-09-07.000-RR; 3912 11TH AVE N, LOTS 19 20 BLK 45 EAST BHAM,

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23-19-4-10-08.000-RR; 1110 APPALACHEE ST, LOT 3 BLK 44 EAST BHAM,

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23-19-4-09-03.000-RR; 1121 APPALACHEE ST, LOT 15 BLK 45 EAST BHAM,

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23-19-4-09-01.001-RR; 1127 APPALACHEE ST, LOT 13 BLK 45 EAST BHAM 1/5,

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23-19-1-27-13.000-RR; 1201 APPALACHEE ST, LOTS 39+40 BLK 53

KLONDYKE, 97 23-20-2-03-62.000-RR; 4409 13TH AVE N, LOT 1 KENMORE 2ND ADDITION

45/58,

98 22-13-4-34-09.000-RR; 3109 29TH AVE N, LOT 49 BLK 3 WHITNEY-GAYLE VANN ADD, 99 22-13-4-34-08.000-RR; 3113 29TH AVE N, LOT 48 BLK 3 WHITNEY-GALE VANN ADD, 100 22-13-4-34-07.001-RR; 3117 29TH AVE N, LOT 47 BLK 3 WHITNEY-GAYLE

VANN ADD 81/100,

101 22-13-4-34-07.000-RR; 3119 29TH AVE N, LOT 46 BLK 3 WHITNEY-GAYLE

VANN ADD 81/100,

102 22-13-4-34-06.000-RR; 3129 29TH AVE N, LOTS 44 45 BLK 3 WHITNEY

GAYLE VANN ADD,

Agenda May 1, 2018 5 103 22-13-4-34-05.000-RR; 3133 29TH AVE N, LOT 43 BLK 3 WHITNEY-GAYLE VANN ADD,

104 23-14-4-09-02.000-RR; 7425 SPARTA AVE, LOT 12 BLK 95 CENTRAL HGLDS

ADD,

105 23-14-4-09-03.000-RR; 7421 SPARTA AVE, LOT 13 BLK 95 CENTRAL HGLDS

ADD,

106 23-14-4-18-16.000-RR; 7228 SPARTA AVE, LOTS 8 9 BLK 114 CENTRAL

HIGHLANDS 6/91,

107 29-03-4-12-10.000-RR; 111 CENTER ST S, N 47 FT OF S 80 FT OF LOTS 8 9

BLK 2 SESSIONS LD CO SUR OF BLKS 3 4 WALKER LD CO,

109 29-03-4-11-19.000-RR; 100 CENTER ST S, LOTS 1 2 BLK 1 LUCY E SMITH

RESUR OF BLKS 8 9 WALKER LAND CO,

115 29-03-4-12-03.000-RR; 25 1ST AVE S, LOT 3 BLK 2 SESSIONS LD CO SUB OF

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BLK 3-4 WALKER LD CO,

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116 29-03-4-12-06.000-RR; 17 1ST AVE S, W 1/2 OF LOT 5 BLK 2 SESSIONS LD CO

No additional detail provided

RESUR OF BLKS 3-4 WALKER LD CO,

119 29-03-4-02-12.000-RR; 24 CENTER PL S, LOT 5 OF BLK 2-A SESSIONS LAND

CO SUBDIV OF BLKS 1 2 WALKER LAND CO,

124 29-03-1-32-01.000-RR; 44 KAPPA AVE, LOTS 1 THRU 4 BLK 6 WALKER LAND

COS ADD TO ELYTON 7/115 ALSO LOT 8 BLK 2A SESSIONS LD CO SUB OF 1 2 WALKER LD CO 6/33,

125 29-03-1-31-06.000-RR; 52 KAPPA AVE, THE E 22 FT OF LOT 12 W 14 FT OF

LOT 11 BLK 5 WALKER LAND COS ADD TO ELYTON,

126 29-03-1-31-09.000-RR; 58 KAPPA AVE, LOT 9 BLK 5 WALKER LAND COS ADD

TO ELYTON, 129 29-02-3-05-04.000-RR; 303 3RD AVE S, N 85 FT OF LOT 8 BLK 18 WALKER LAND COS ADD TO BHAM,

130 22-24-3-12-08.000-RR; 1713 28TH ST N, LOT 9 BLK 2 BHAM RLTY CO ADD 10,

131 22-13-4-23-17.000-RR; 3141 30TH CT N, W 25 FT OF LOT 8 BLK 3 EBORNS ADD

TO NO BHAM,

134 22-13-4-23-12.000-RR; 3161 30TH CT N, LOT 14 BLK 3 EBORNS ADD TO NO BHAM, 136 22-13-4-22-45.000-RR; 3220 30TH CT N, LOT 41 BLK 2 EBORNS ADD TO NO BHAM, 137 22-13-4-22-46.000-RR; 3224 30TH CT N, LOT 43 45 BLK 2 EBORNS ADD TO NO BHAM, 138 22-13-4-22-47.000-RR; 3232 30TH CT N, LOT 47 BLK 2 EBORNS ADD TO NO BHAM, Agenda May 1, 2018 6

140 22-13-4-21-22.000-RR; 3120 33RD ST N, E 1/2 OF LOT 3 BLK 1 EBORNS ADD TO

NO BHAM,

142 22-20-3-24-07.000-RR; 405 NELSON AVE, POB 52 FT N OF E INTERSECT

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HIXON ST NELSON AVE TH N 53 FT TH E 82 FT TH S 53 FT TH W 82 FT TO POB *,

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143 22-13-4-20-06.000-RR; 3017 33RD ST N, LOT 6 BLK 1 CRESTVIEW,

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144 22-13-4-20-05.000-RR; 3023 33RD ST N, LOT 5 BLK 1 CRESTVIEW,

No additional detail provided

145 22-13-4-20-04.000-RR; 3025 33RD ST N, S 1/2 OF LOT 4 BLK 1 CRESTVIEW,

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146 22-20-3-32-02.000-RR; 1119 HIXON AVE, POB 122S FT ELY OF INTERSEC NE

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COR LOT 1 WAINWRIGHT ADD TO PRATT CITY HIXON ST TH E 41S FT ALG HIXON ST TH 142S FT TH,

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147 22-13-4-20-03.000-RR; 3029 33RD ST N, LOT 3 THE N 1/2 OF LOT 4 BLK 1

CRESTVIEW,

148 22-20-3-28-05.000-RR; 305 MAPLE AVE, P O B 122S FT N OF NE INTER BEALL

ST MAPLE AVE TH N 40S FT ALG MAPLE AVE TH E 102S FT TH S 40S FT TH W 105S FT TO P O B BEING PART BLK 9 MARTIN LOCKHART SURVEY,

149 22-13-4-20-02.000-RR; 3033 33RD ST N, LOT 2 BLK 1 CRESTVIEW,

No additional detail provided

150 22-13-4-20-01.000-RR; 3037 33RD ST N, LOT 1 BLK 1 CRESTVIEW,

No additional detail provided

151 22-29-2-43-05.000-RR; 319 AVENUE G, LOTS 4 5 BLK 2 HUEY PARKER

No additional detail provided

BARKER ET AL,

153 22-13-4-17-14.000-RR; 3410 30TH AVE N, LOT 16 BLK 5 DOUGLASVILLE,

154 22-32-2-07-08.000-RR; 1922 10TH ST, E 1/2 LOT 7 BLK 3 HUEY LD CO,

No additional detail provided

155 22-32-2-05-11.000-RR; 936 COURT T, LOT 9 N 12-2/3 FT LOT 10 BLK 5

AUGUST FAYETT PROP, 156 22-13-4-17-03.000-RR; 3437 31ST AVE N, LOT 3 BLK 5 DOUGLASVILLE, 157 22-13-4-17-04.000-RR; 3435 31ST AVE N, LOT 4 BLK 5 DOUGLASVILLIE,

Tagged Passions:legal and court

158 30-12-1-35-04.000-RR; 713 47TH ST W, LOT 5 BLK 10 RIDGEWAY CORNER

LOT 5 BLK 10 RIDGEWAY CORNER,

159 30-12-1-35-09.000-RR; 808 48TH ST W, E 1/2 LOT 10 ALL LOT 11 BLK 10

RIDGEWAY CORNER, CONSENT(ph) ITEM 4. A Resolution authorizing the abatement and removal of the following inoperable motor vehicle as a public nuisance existing on the following property and the costs of removal to be assessed against the registered Agenda May 1, 2018 7

Tagged Passions:property and abatement

owner of the vehicle, and the hearing of all interested parties: (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements and Beautification Committee) 2 DOOR CADILLAC COLOR: LIGHT YELLOW TAG: UNKNOWN VIN: UNKNOWN located at 1500 1ST CT W 35204 Parcel ID Number 29-04-2- 28-18.000-RR

CONSENT(ph) ITEM 5. A Resolution authorizing the abatement and removal of the following inoperable motor vehicle as a public nuisance existing on the following property and the costs of removal to be assessed against the registered owner of the vehicle, and the hearing of all interested parties: (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements and Beautification Committee) CHEVY CAPRICE COLOR: GRAY TAG: UNKNOWN VIN: UNKNOWN Located at 4625 COURT S 35208 Parcel ID Number 29-08-2- 09-09.000-RR CONSENT(ph) ITEM 6. A Resolution authorizing the abatement and removal of the following inoperable motor vehicle as a public nuisance existing on the following property and the costs of removal to be assessed against the registered owner of the vehicle, and the hearing of all interested parties: (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements and Beautification Committee) PICK UP COLOR: BLUE TAG: UNKNOWN VIN: UNKNOWN Located at 950 47TH PL N 35212 Parcel ID Number 23-20-1-28-16.000-RR CONSENT(ph) ITEM 7. A Resolution authorizing the abatement and removal of the following inoperable motor vehicle as a public nuisance existing on the following property and the costs of removal to be assessed against the registered owner of the vehicle, and the hearing of all interested parties: (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements and Beautification Committee) MITSUBISHI GALANT COLOR: GRAY TAG: UNKNOWN VIN: UNKNOWN Located at 950 47TH PL N, 35212 Parcel ID Number 23-20-1- 28-16.000-RR Agenda May 1, 2018 8 CONSENT(ph) ITEM 8. A Resolution authorizing the abatement and removal of the following inoperable motor vehicle as a public nuisance existing on the following property and the costs of removal to be assessed against the registered owner of the vehicle, and the hearing of all interested parties: (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements and Beautification Committee)
Tagged Passions:property, hearing, legal, abatement, and court

PICK UP COLOR: WHITE/RED TAG: UNKNOWN VIN: UNKNOWN Located at 7120 3RD AVE N 35206 Parcel ID Number 23-15-2-19-15.000- RR

CONSENT(ph) ITEM 9. A Resolution authorizing the abatement and removal of the following inoperable motor vehicle as a public nuisance existing on the following property and the costs of removal to be assessed against the registered owner of the vehicle, and the hearing of all interested parties: (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements and Beautification Committee) LINCOLN COLOR: GRAY TAG: UNKNOWN VIN: UNKNOWN Located at 7104 2ND AVE N 35206 Parcel ID Number 23-15-2-20-11.000-RR CONSENT(ph) ITEM 10. A Resolution authorizing the abatement and removal of the following inoperable motor vehicle as a public nuisance existing on the following property and the costs of removal to be assessed against the registered owner of the vehicle, and the hearing of all interested parties: (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements and Beautification Committee) CHEVROLET S-10 COLOR: TEAL TAG: UNKNOWN VIN: UNKNOWN Located at 585 68TH PL N Parcel ID Number 23-15-2-23-02.000-RR CONSENT(ph) ITEM 11. A Resolution authorizing the abatement and removal of the following inoperable motor vehicle as a public nuisance existing on the following property and the costs of removal to be assessed against the registered Agenda May 1, 2018 9

Tagged Passions:property, hearing, and abatement

owner of the vehicle, and the hearing of all interested parties: (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements and Beautification Committee)

FORD EXPEDITION COLOR: GREEN TAG: UNKNOWN VIN: UNKNOWN Located at 230 65TH PL N 35206 Parcel ID Number 23-15-3- 35-18.000-RR CONSENT(ph) ITEM 12. A Resolution authorizing the abatement and removal of the following inoperable motor vehicle as a public nuisance existing on the following property and the costs of removal to be assessed against the registered owner of the vehicle, and the hearing of all interested parties: (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements and Beautification Committee)
Tagged Passions:property, hearing, and abatement

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DOOR SUBURBAN COLOR: OLD WHITE TAG: UNKNOWN VIN: UNKNOWN Located at 230 65TH PL N 35206 Parcel ID Number 23-15-3- 35-18.000-RR

CONSENT(ph) ITEM 13. A Resolution authorizing the abatement and removal of the following inoperable motor vehicle as a public nuisance existing on the following property and the costs of removal to be assessed against the registered owner of the vehicle, and the hearing of all interested parties: (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements and Beautification Committee)

Tagged Passions:property, hearing, and abatement

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DOOR SUV COLOR: BLACK TAG: UNKNOWN VIN: UNKNOWN Located at 230 65TH PL N 35206 Parcel ID Number 23-15-3-35-18.000-RR

CONSENT(ph) ITEM 14. A Resolution authorizing the abatement and removal of the following inoperable motor vehicle as a public nuisance existing on the following property and the costs of removal to be assessed against the registered owner of the vehicle, and the hearing of all interested parties: (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements and Beautification Committee) Agenda May 1, 2018 10
Tagged Passions:property, hearing, and abatement

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DOOR FORD PICK UP COLOR: WHITE TAG: UNKNOWN VIN: UNKNOWN Located at 230 65TH PL N 35206 Parcel ID Number 23-15-3- 35-18.000-RR

CONSENT(ph) ITEM 15. A Resolution authorizing the abatement and removal of the following inoperable motor vehicle as a public nuisance existing on the following property and the costs of removal to be assessed against the registered owner of the vehicle, and the hearing of all interested parties: (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements and Beautification Committee)
Tagged Passions:property, hearing, and abatement

LINCOLN COLOR: BURGUNDY TAG: UNKNOWN VIN: UNKNOWN Located at 230 65TH PL N 35206 Parcel ID Number 23-15-3-35-18.000-RR

P (ph) ITEM 16. A Resolution assenting to the vacation of 10,406 square feet of prescriptive right-of-way parallel to and between 1st Avenue South and Norfolk Southern Railroad and perpendicular to and between 13th Street South and 14th Street South, on behalf of Parkside Bakery Investment Partners, LLC, owners, so the owner can clear the title for future development and the hearing of all interested parties, Case No. SUB2017-00077. [Second Reading] (Submitted by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements Committee) (Recommended by the Subdivision Committee of the Birmingham Planning Commission) (No Recommendation by the Public Improvements Committee)** P (ph) ITEM 17. A Resolution assenting to the vacation of 49.50 square feet of subsurface rights and 320.55 square feet of air rights along 16th Street South; 123.75 square feet of subsurface rights and 339.67 square feet of air rights along 17th Street South; and 196 square feet of subsurface rights and 1,678.78 square feet of air rights along 4th Avenue South, on behalf of The Children s Hospital of Alabama, The Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama on behalf of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and Gen3 Properties, LLC, owners, so that Children s Hospital can construct a new crosswalk, and the hearing of all interested parties, Case No. SUB2018-00005. [Second Reading] (Submitted by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements Committee) (Recommended by the Subdivision Committee of the Birmingham Agenda May 1, 2018 11 Planning Commission) (No Recommendation by the Public Improvements Committee)** INTRODUCTION AND FIRST READING OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS CONSENT ITEM 18.
Tagged Passions:property, investment, university, hearing, streets, boards and commissions, ordinance, development, subdivision, hospital, Development, planning, and healthcare

An Ordinance TO FURTHER AMEND THE CAPITAL FUND BUDGET for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018, by transferring 247,000.00 from Land Acquisitions Greenspace and appropriating 50,000.00 to Fountain Heights Park Improvements, 38,000.00 to Norwood Park Improvements and 159,000.00 to Howze Sanford Recreation Center. (Submitted by the Budget and Finance Committee) (Recommended by the Director of Finance)**

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, ordinance, recreation, finance, and parks

CONSENT ITEM 19. An Ordinance TO FURTHER AMEND THE CAPITAL FUND BUDGET for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018, by appropriating 23,529.13 to Equipment Management, Police Vehicles. Funding source is reimbursement received. (Submitted by the Mayor and the Budget and Finance Committee) (Recommended by the Director of Finance)**

CONSENT ITEM 20.
Tagged Passions:budget, public safety, ordinance, equipment, funding, and finance

An Ordinance TO FURTHER AMEND THE GENERAL FUND BUDGET for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018, by transferring 375,000.00 from Equipment Management, Capital Outlay Automotive and appropriating 375,000.00 to Non Departmental, Transfer to Fund 102 Capital Improvement; and TO FURTHER AMEND THE CAPITAL FUND BUDGET for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018, by appropriating 375,000.00 to Equipment Management, Electric Vehicles. (Submitted by the Mayor and the Budget and Finance Committee) (Recommended by the Director of Finance)**

An Ordinance TO FURTHER AMEND THE GENERAL FUND BUDGET for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018, by transferring 18,000.00 from District 2 Discretionary Projects and appropriating 18,000.00 to Non Departmental, Transfer to Fund 031 Neighborhood Allocation; and TO FURTHER AMEND THE NEIGHBORHOOD ALLOCATIONS FUND BUDGET for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018, by appropriating 2,000.00 to Brown Springs Neighborhood, 1,000.00 to Crestwood South Neighborhood, 2,000.000 to Eastwood Neighborhood, 2,000.00 to Liberty Highlands Neighborhood, 2,000.00

Agenda May 1, 2018 12 to Overton Neighborhood, 5,000.00 to Public Works-Keep Birmingham Beautiful, 2,000.00 to Roebuck Neighborhood and 2,000.00 to South Eastlake Neighborhood for Non Capital Projects. (Submitted by the Budget and Finance Committee) (Recommended by the Director of Finance)**

Tagged Passions:budget, capital spending, ordinance, Capital Spending, Public Works, finance, neighborhood, and public works

CONSENT ITEM 22. An Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 17-22, adopted by the Council February 28, 2017, which authorized the Mayor to execute a Sanitary Sewer Easement Deed to Jefferson County, Alabama, a sanitary easement on City property located at 2331 Bessemer Road for the Birmingham CrossPlex Retail Development Project in order to correct the legal description for that certain sewer line shown on the Deed as Line S- 4, and authorizing the Mayor to execute the Deed of Correction. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering and Permits)**

CONSENT ITEM 23. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a Development Agreement with Birm Premiere Realty, LLC, under which Birm Premiere Realty, LLC will undertake and operate a project involving the redevelopment of the former Carmike Cinema/Grace Church property located at 500 Commons Drive into a new movie theater featuring reserved recliner- seating and potential supporting amenities such as a branded large format auditorium (IMAX or similar), an arcade, and Premiere s signature Pizza Pub, an upscale caf /bar featuring Starbucks , oven-fired pizza, spirits and wines, and local and regional craft draft beers, and the City will assist the project by undertaking certain right-of-way and related improvements, including the construction of a new access to the theater site from Lakeshore Parkway to include a connecting driveway and related road work to Lakeshore Parkway, and a pylon sign identifying the theater to Lakeshore motorists, at a cost to the City for such right-of-way improvements not to exceed 400,000.00. (Submitted by the City Attorney) (Recommended by the Mayor, the Budget and Finance Committee and the Economic Development Committee)** CONSENT ITEM 24. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute an Agreement for Consulting Services with Create Birmingham, Inc. to provide professional services in attracting and developing film, television, commercial, music video and other media productions that will have a significant impact on the City s local creative economy while raising Agenda May 1, 2018 13 Birmingham s national profile as a dynamic and hospitable place to do business for a term of one year in an amount not to exceed 100,000.00. (Submitted by the City Attorney) (Recommended by the Mayor, the Budget and Finance Committee)** CONSENT ITEM 25. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a Loan Credit Agreement with 1904 on 4th, LLC dba Lakeview Green, under which the City will provide a Birmingham Business Development Loan to Lakeview Green in an amount not to exceed 1,500,000.00 for a term of 24 months at an interest rate of 4.17 per annum. The loan will be secured by an Irrevocable Letter of Credit. The loan proceeds will be used in connection with a project that includes the redevelopment of the former Davis School site in the Lakeview community and the construction of a mixed-use development. (Submitted by the City Attorney) (Recommended by the Mayor, the Budget and Finance Committee and the Economic Development Committee)** CONSENT ITEM 26. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a Project Agreement with 1904 on 4th, LLC, under which 1904 on 4th, LLC will redevelop the former Davis School property located at 2901 4th Avenue South through a mixed-use retail and multi-family project involving site preparation work and the construction of new facilities of approximately 48,000 square feet of condominium space, 48,000 square feet of studio apartment space, and 38,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space, and the City will provide financial incentives to 1904 on 4th, LLC of up to 1,090,000.00, payable from future sales tax revenue generated by the project, in five annual installments, each not to exceed the lesser of 218,000.00 or 40 of the sales tax revenue generated to the City by the project tenants in the preceding fiscal year. (Submitted by the City Attorney) (Recommended by the Mayor, the Budget and Finance Committee and the Economic Development Committee)** CONSENT ITEM 27. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a loan agreement with Antoinette Neely, d/b/a, Organically Yours, LLC, located at 7627 1st Avenue North, Birmingham, Alabama 35206 for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Small Business Loan in the amount of 75,000.00 for a term of ten (10) years to provide financing for machinery equipment and related soft costs. Loan is secure by machinery and Agenda May 1, 2018 14 equipment and personal loan guarantee. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Community Development)** CONSENT ITEM 28. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute and deliver an agreement with Alabama Environmental Council in an amount not to exceed 5,000.00, pursuant to 11-40-1, 11-47-130, 22-3-11 and 38-2-9 Codes of Alabama, 1975, to provide the following goods or services to the City (the Work ): The Alabama Environmental Council will provide recycling services for the residents in the City of Birmingham whether they reside in apartments, lofts, or residences at no charge. These recyclable material s include plastics, cardboard, paper, aluminum, steel, tin cans, electronics, cell phones, Brita filters, newspapers, magazines, and ink cartridges, as well as other materials, The AEC will provide education materials to neighborhoods as requested to explain the benefits of recycling at no cost to the City. They will provide guidance and collaboration with the City of Birmingham s Public Works Department and Keep Birmingham Beautiful Program to help with comprehensive recycling goals and education materials for the city at no cost from April 19, 2018 through June 30, 2018. Said funds to come from Councilor Darrell O Quinn Discretionary Funds. (Submitted by the City Attorney) (Recommended by the Mayor)** CONSENT ITEM 29. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute and deliver an agreement with Birmingham AIDS Outreach, Inc. in an amount not to exceed 2,500.00, pursuant to 11-40-1, 11-47-130, 22-3-11 and 38-2-9 Codes of Alabama, 1975, to provide the following goods or services to the City (the Work ): The Provider will provide assistance with LGBTQ community Outreach; STD/STI testing; provide assistance to a youth LGBTQ center; provide assistance for activities during workshops, art shows and family events to affected residents through specific programs within the Birmingham area from May 1st through June 30th, 2018. Said funds to come from Councilor Hunter Williams Discretionary Funds. (Submitted by the City Attorney) (Recommended by the Mayor)** Agenda May 1, 2018 15 CONSENT ITEM 30. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute and deliver an agreement with Exchange Club Child Abuse Prevention Center in an amount not to exceed 5,000.00, pursuant to 11-40-1, 11-47-130, 22-3-11 and 38-2-9 Codes of Alabama, 1975, to provide the following goods or services to the City (the Work ): The Provider will provide free parenting classes, free in-home support, anger management for adults and teens, school outreach programs, community outreach to in-need residents and those at-risk of child abuse within the City of Birmingham in order to reduce the occurrence of a child abuse within the city. These programs will be offered from April 13, 2018 through June 30, 2018. Said funds to come from Councilor Darrell O Quinn Discretionary Funds. (Submitted by the City Attorney) (Recommended by the Mayor)** CONSENT ITEM 31. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute and deliver an agreement with Fresh Air Family, Inc. in an amount not to exceed 2,500.00, pursuant to 11-40-1, 11-47-130, 22-3-11 and 38-2-9 Codes of Alabama, 1975, to provide the following goods or services to the City (the Work ): The Provider will provide supplies for need-based children within the City of Birmingham during the Prepared, Not Scared Camp in 2018 to teach at-risk youth about safety during severe weather, gun safety, and home safety. Fresh Air Family, Inc. will also provide opportunities for underserved children in the Birmingham area to attend an award-winning science camp and educational camp opportunities at homeless and battered women shelters in the Birmingham area from April 12, 2018 through June 30, 2018. Said funds to come from Councilor Darrell O Quinn Discretionary Funds. (Submitted by the City Attorney) (Recommended by the Mayor)** Agenda May 1, 2018 16 CONSENT ITEM 32. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute and deliver an agreement with Jory Journey Foundation, Inc. in an amount not to exceed 8,500.00, pursuant to 11-40-1and 38-2-9 Codes of Alabama, 1975, to provide the following goods or services to the City (the Work ): The Provider will work to increase Autism Awareness to educate, empower, and inspire those residents in underserved communities in the Birmingham area by promoting early diagnosis and early intervention through information on assessments and evaluations, occupational therapy, speech therapy and educational workshops from April 13, 2018 through June 30, 2018. Said funds to come from Councilor Darrell O Quinn ( 5,000.00 from discretionary funds), Councilor Lashunda Scales ( 1,500.00 from discretionary funds), Councilor Steven Hoyt ( 500.00 from discretionary funds), and Councilor John Hilliard ( 1,500.00 from discretionary funds). (Submitted by the City Attorney) (Recommended by the Mayor)** CONSENT ITEM 33. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute and deliver an agreement with Red Path Creative, LLC in an amount not to exceed 5,000.00, pursuant to 11-40-1, 11-47-19 and 11-47-16 Codes of Alabama, 1975, to provide the following goods or services to the City (the Work ): The Provider will facilitate and provide supplies for a public mural event called, Color B Ham. This event invites all Birmingham residents, regardless of age/gender, to participate in a day-long event painting a massive wall located on 1st Avenue North (1316 1st Avenue, North). The wall will include enlarged letters Give Me Color encouraging residents to have a passion for public art, diversity, and vibrancy in Birmingham. The wall will also serve as a location for photo ops for visitors and residents-becoming a landmark in the downtown Birmingham area beginning April 13, 2018 through June 30, 2018. Said funds to come from Councilor Darrell O Quinn Discretionary Funds. (Submitted by the City Attorney) (Recommended by the Mayor)** CONSENT ITEM 34. A Resolution approving the Summer Feeding Program for 2018. (Submitted by the Mayor and the Budget and Finance Committee) (Recommended by the Director of Finance)** Agenda May 1, 2018 17 CONSENT ITEM 35. A Resolution appointing one (1) Full-time Municipal Court Judge said term expiring April 30, 2022. (Submitted by Councilor Abbott, Chairperson, Administration and Education Committee) (Recommended by the Administration and Education Education) CONSENT ITEM 36.
Tagged Passions:council, property, restaurants, taxes, streets, recycling, commercial, budget, arts, legal, Taxes, education, services, appointments, ordinance, downtown, Utility, Public Works, Gun Control, development, rental, gender, discrimination, Cell Phones, risk, youth, LGBTQ, child abuse, small business, judge, gun control, diversity, church, alcohol, equipment, funding, program, homeless, utility, sale, grant, incentive, environment, construction, finance, neighborhood, easement, cdbg, Development, events, materials, planning, court, community development, economy, public works, economic development, sewer, and business

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Resolution determining that the building or structure located at 37 1st Avenue South, Birmingham, to be unsafe, a public nuisance, and directing that it be demolished. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering, and Permits)

CONSENT ITEM 37.

Tagged Passions:planning

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Resolution determining that the building or structure located at 4615 Avenue S, Birmingham, to be unsafe, a public nuisance, and directing that it be demolished. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering, and Permits)

CONSENT ITEM 38.

Tagged Passions:planning

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Resolution determining that the building or structure located at 1837 47th Street West, Birmingham, to be unsafe, a public nuisance, and directing that it be demolished. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering, and Permits)

CONSENT ITEM 39. A Resolution determining that the building or structure located at 808 46th Street North, Birmingham, to be unsafe, a public nuisance, and directing that it be demolished. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering, and Permits) CONSENT ITEM 40.

Tagged Passions:streets and planning

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Resolution determining that the building or structure located at 974 46th Street North, Birmingham, to be unsafe, a public nuisance, and directing that it be demolished. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering, and Permits)

Agenda May 1, 2018 18 CONSENT ITEM 41. A Resolution determining that the building or structure located at 4225 41st Avenue North, Birmingham, to be unsafe, a public nuisance, and directing that it be demolished. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering, and Permits) CONSENT ITEM 42. A Resolution determining that the building or structure located at 1106 16th Street North, Birmingham, to be unsafe, a public nuisance, and directing that it be demolished. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering, and Permits) CONSENT ITEM 43. A Resolution determining that the building or structure located at 104 7th Avenue South, Birmingham, to be unsafe, a public nuisance, and directing that it be demolished. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering, and Permits) CONSENT ITEM 44. A Resolution determining that the building or structure located at 6716 Interlaken Avenue, Birmingham, to be unsafe, a public nuisance, and directing that it be demolished. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering, and Permits) CONSENT ITEM 45. A Resolution determining that the building or structure located at 118 Center Street South, Birmingham, to be unsafe, a public nuisance, and directing that it be demolished. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering, and Permits) CONSENT ITEM 46. A Resolution determining that the building or structure located at 19 Center Street South aka 1 Center Street South, Birmingham, to be unsafe, a public nuisance, and directing that it be demolished. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering, and Permits) Agenda May 1, 2018 19 CONSENT ITEM 47. A Resolution determining that the building or structure located at 53 4th Avenue South, Birmingham, to be unsafe, a public nuisance, and directing that it be demolished. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering, and Permits) CONSENT ITEM 48.

Tagged Passions:streets and planning

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Resolution determining that the building or structure located at 124 4th Avenue S.W., Birmingham, to be unsafe, a public nuisance, and directing that it be demolished. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering, and Permits)

CONSENT ITEM 49. A Resolution determining that the building or structure located at 4216 Jackson Street, Birmingham, to be unsafe, a public nuisance, and directing that it be demolished. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering, and Permits) CONSENT ITEM 50. A Resolution amending Resolution No. 1642-17, adopted by the Council June 20, 2017, fixing a special assessment in the amount of 7,055.56 against the property located at 8012 26th Avenue North, Birmingham, for the cost incurred for the demolition of an unsafe building or structure, to change the address to read 8012 6th Avenue North. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering and Permits) CONSENT ITEM 51. A Resolution amending Resolution No. 2591-17, adopted by the Council October 17, 2017, fixing a special assessment in the amount of 2,442.00 against the property located at 4624 Richard Arrington Jr. Boulevard North, Birmingham, for the cost incurred for the emergency demolition of an unsafe building or structure, to correct the a clerical error in the case number. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering and Permits) Agenda May 1, 2018 20 CONSENT ITEM 52. A Resolution amending Resolution No. 2594-17, adopted by the Council October 17, 2017, fixing a special assessment in the amount of 3,986.00 against the property located at 4308 Pulaski Street, Birmingham, for the cost incurred for the emergency demolition of an unsafe building or structure, to correct the a clerical error in the case number. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Planning, Engineering and Permits) CONSENT ITEM 53. A Resolution accepting and approving the negotiated bid of Cassady Self Glass Co., Inc., Birmingham, for Automotive Glass (Installation Repair) on file in the Office of the Purchasing Agent for a period of one (1) year for the Equipment Management Department, this being the lowest bid submitted. [G/L Account: 001.151-004 Garage Inventory Parts] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Community Development) (One Bid Submitted) CONSENT ITEM 54. A Resolution accepting and approving the bid award renewal of printers, computer software and related items as needed from PC Connection Sales Corporation DBA Connection / MAConnection / Softmart, Merrimack, New Hampshire, at unit prices on file in the office of the Purchasing Agent for a period of 1 (one) year for the Information Management Services Department and various other departments. [G/L Account: 001_037_01900_01901.531-020] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Information Management Services) CONSENT ITEM 55.

Tagged Passions:council, property, demolition, streets, rfp, RFP, purchasing, services, information technology, development, equipment, sale, emergency, Information Technology, Development, planning, and community development

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Resolution amending Resolution No. 667-18, adopted by the Council April 10, 2018, fixing a special assessment against various properties throughout the City for the abatement of noxious or dangerous weeds to remove 4721 Carver Avenue SW, Parcel ID: 30-25-1-21-03.000-RR Account N/A, LOT 5 BLK 4 HILLMAN PARK due to lot being cut in error. (Submitted by the City Attorney) (Recommended by Councilor Tyson, Chairperson, Public Improvements Committee)

Agenda May 1, 2018 21 CONSENT ITEM 56. A Resolution approving payment to Birmingham Rubber Gasket Company, Inc., Birmingham, in the amount of 177.60, for suction hose equipment, for the Fire Department, in accordance with Section 3-1-7 of the Birmingham City Code. [Appropriated for in FY2017-2018 Budget; G/L Account: 001_022_17000_17401.518-001] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Fire Chief) CONSENT ITEM 57. A Resolution approving the payment to Clarke Mosquito Control Products Inc., Saint Charles, Illinois, for the purchase of Mosquito Master 412 in an amount not to exceed 93,775.00 for a period of one (1) year for the Public Works Department, referencing State of Alabama Contract T-100, Master Agreement Number: MA 999 T1004013239 Mosquito Control. [G/L Account: 001_049_40500_40541.519-001] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Public Works) CONSENT ITEM 58. A Resolution approving payment to Cummins Mid South, LLC, Memphis, Tennessee, in the amount of 575.00, for insite lite license registration, for the Equipment Management Department, in accordance with Section 3-1-7 of the Birmingham City Code. [Appropriated for in FY2017-2018 Budget; G/L Account: 001_034_01700.534-016] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Equipment Management) CONSENT ITEM 59. A Resolution approving payment to Jefferson County Department of Health, Birmingham, in the amount of 10,466.65, for 2018 major source operating permit renewals for the Eastern Area and the New Georgia Landfills, for the Public Works Department, in accordance with Section 3- 1-7 of the Birmingham City Code. [Appropriated for in FY2017-2018 Budget; G/L Account: 001_049_40200_40229.534-062] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Public Works) Agenda May 1, 2018 22 CONSENT ITEM 60. A Resolution approving payment to The HON Company, LLC., Atlanta, Georgia, for the purchase of office furniture not to exceed 3,322.14, as needed at unit prices on file in the office of the Purchasing Agent for a period of one (1) year, for the City Clerk s Office and various other departments based on bid awarded contract by the State of Alabama, T- number, T390, Master Agreement MA999 1700000032. [Appropriated for in the FY 2017-2018 Budget; G/L Account: 001_007_99999.525- 005] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the City Clerk) CONSENT ITEM 61. A Resolution approving payment to Norstar Office Products, Commerce, California, for the purchase of office furniture not to exceed 1,316.70, as needed at unit prices on file in the office of the Purchasing Agent for a period of one (1) year, for the City Clerk s Office and various other departments based on bid awarded contract by the State of Alabama, T- number, T390, Master Agreement MA999 1700000128. [Appropriated for in the FY 2017-2018 Budget; G/L Account: 001_007_99999.525-005] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the City Clerk) CONSENT ITEM 62. A Resolution approving payment to Safeco Products Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota, for the purchase of office furniture not to exceed 6,853.28, as needed at unit prices on file in the office of the Purchasing Agent for a period of one (1) year, for the City Clerk s Office and various other departments based on bid awarded contract by the State of Alabama, T- number, T390, Master Agreement MA999 17000000026. [Appropriated for in the FY 2017-2018 Budget; G/L Account: 001_007_99999.525-005] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the City Clerk) CONSENT ITEM 63. A Resolution approving payment to Strickland Paper Company, Inc., Birmingham, for the purchase of chair mats not to exceed 1,224.00, for the City Clerk s Office, in accordance with Section 3-1-7 of the Birmingham City Code. [Appropriated for in the FY 2017-2018 Budget; G/L Account: 001_007_99999.525-005] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the City Clerk) Agenda May 1, 2018 23 CONSENT ITEM 64. A Resolution approving payment to Cassady Self Glass Co., Inc., Birmingham, in the amount of 167.20 for to automobile windshield repair on vehicle number 173404, for the Equipment Management Department, in accordance with Section 3-1-7 of the Birmingham City Code, authorizing the Mayor to execute any necessary documents on behalf of the City. [G/L Account: 001.151-004] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Equipment Management) CONSENT ITEM 65. A Resolution approving payment to Cassady Self Glass Co., Inc., Birmingham, in the amount of 158.48 for the repair of a windshield on vehicle 084387, for the Equipment Management Department, in accordance with Section 3-1-7 of the Birmingham City Code, authorizing the Mayor to execute any necessary documents on behalf of the City. [G/L Account: 001.151-004] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Equipment Management) CONSENT ITEM 66. A Resolution approving payment to Cassady Self Glass Co., Inc., Birmingham, in the amount of 225.00 for the installation of back glass on d8t CAT dozer at the City landfill, for the Equipment Management Department in accordance with Section 3-1-7 of the Birmingham City Code, and authorizing the Mayor to execute any necessary documents on behalf of the City. [G/L Account: 001.151-004] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Equipment Management) CONSENT ITEM 67. A Resolution approving payment to Edwards Chevrolet Collision, Birmingham, in the amount of 757.20 for wreck repair to automobile on vehicle number 124327, for the Equipment Management Department in accordance with Section 3-1-7 of the Birmingham City Code, and authorizing the Mayor to execute any necessary documents on behalf of the City. [G/L Account: 001.151-004] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Equipment Management) Agenda May 1, 2018 24 CONSENT ITEM 68. A Resolution approving payment to JW Auto Body Collision, Birmingham, in the amount of 443.90 for wreck repair to automobile on vehicle number 154332, for the Equipment Management Department in accordance with Section 3-1-7 of the Birmingham City Code, and authorizing the Mayor to execute any necessary documents on behalf of the City. [G/L Account: 001.151-004] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Equipment Management) CONSENT ITEM 69. A Resolution approving payment to Terex Utilities Inc., Birmingham, in the amount of 1,237.75 to repair strobe lights and wiring on vehicle 065202, for the Equipment Management Department in accordance with Section 3-1-7 of the Birmingham City Code, and authorizing the Mayor to execute any necessary documents on behalf of the City. [G/L Account: 001.151-004] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Equipment Management) CONSENT ITEM 70. A Resolution approving payment to Tractor and Equipment Company, Birmingham, in the amount of 1,257.33 to purchase Volvo filters for vehicle 174914, for the Equipment Management Department in accordance with Section 3-1-7 of the Birmingham City Code, and authorizing the Mayor to execute any necessary documents on behalf of the City. [G/L Account: 001.151-004] (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Purchasing Agent and the Director of Equipment Management) CONSENT ITEM 71. A Resolution approving the following Expense Accounts: (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Finance)** Brandon McCray, Council Assistant, City Council, Washington, District of Columbia, 3,171.43, April 8-12, 2018 to attend National Community Reinvestment Coalition Conference. Darrell O Quinn, Councilor, City Council, Huntsville, Alabama, 493.79, March 5-7, 2018 to attend Mid-South Transportation and Parking Association Spring Conference. Agenda May 1, 2018 25 CONSENT ITEM 72. A Resolution approving the itemized expense accounts of city employees. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Finance)** CONSENT ITEM 73. A Resolution approving the advanced expense accounts of city employees. (Submitted by the Mayor) (Recommended by the Director of Finance)**

Tagged Passions:health, council, property, contract, pets, budget, legal, rfp, RFP, license, purchasing, Utility, Public Works, insect, abatement, landfill, equipment, parking, utility, fire departments and districts, finance, solid waste, transportation, and public works

ITEM 74. A Resolution appointing the Clarus Consulting Group to provide a project plan with the Council Administrator and promote collaboration and communication among members of the City Council and the Office of the Mayor May 1-June 30, 2018, for an amount not to exceed 46,700.00, and authorizing the Mayor to execute the appointment letter. [Professional Fees Consulting Fees 527-014] (Submitted by Council President Abbott) (Recommended by the Budget and Finance Committee)

OLD AND NEW BUSINESS PRESENTATIONS

Tagged Passions:council, budget, administrator, services, appointments, finance, and business

REQUEST FROM THE PUBLIC

ADJOURNMENT

NOTE: The following matters were withdrawn:

Those properties declared by Resolution No. 582-18 on March 27, 2018 to be noxious and dangerous, whereon said weeds have been abated:

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29-03-4-19-17.000-RR; 132 4TH AVE SW, LOT 18 BLK 3 LEO KARPELES 1ST

ADD,

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23-20-3-12-27.000-RR; 852 43RD ST N, LOT 14 BLK 7 KINGSTON,

Agenda May 1, 2018 26

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23-20-3-12-26.000-RR; 848 43RD ST N, LOTS 12 13 BLK 7 KINGSTON,

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23-20-3-12-25.000-RR; 840 43RD ST N, LOT 11 BLK 7 KINGSTON,

No additional detail provided

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23-20-3-13-34.000-RR; 4315 9TH AVE N, LOT 20 BLK 8 KINGSTON,

No additional detail provided

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23-20-3-03-15.000-RR; 4311 RICHARD ARRINGTON JR BLVD N, LOTS 19 20

EXC E 100 FT BLK 3 KINGSTON,

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23-20-3-13-33.000-RR; 888 44TH ST N, LOT 19 BLK 8 KINGSTON,

No additional detail provided

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23-20-3-13-28.000-RR; 864 44TH ST N, LOT 13 BLK 8 KINGSTON,

No additional detail provided

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23-20-4-22-12.000-RR; 713 45TH ST N, LOT 7 BLK 2 BIRCHENOUGH,

No additional detail provided

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29-02-2-20-17.000-RR; 12 3RD ST S, P O B S INTER DIVISION CT 3RD ST TH

SE 40 FT S ALG 3RD ST TH SW 105 FT S TH NW 40 FT S TO DIVISION CT TH NE 105 FT S ALG DIVISION CT TO P O B BEING PT HAMILTON COPELAND FEAGIN SUR OF SHADYDALE SECT 02 TWSP 18S RANGE 3W,

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29-02-2-19-04.000-RR; 8 3RD ST S, LOT 1 BLK 2 H LOWENTHALS ADD TO

BHAM,

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29-02-2-19-01.000-RR; 2 3RD ST S, LOT 2 3 BLK 2 H LOWENTHALS ADD TO

No additional detail provided

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29-02-2-18-08.000-RR; 1 3RD ST S, LOT 23 HAMILTON-COPELAND FEAGIN

SUR SHADYDALE,

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29-02-2-22-03.000-RR; 29 3RD ST S, LOT 1 BETTIE MONTGOMERY SUR EXC E

No additional detail provided

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FT,

No additional detail provided

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29-02-2-22-04.000-RR; 35 3RD ST S, LOT 7 W P WEIR SUR,

No additional detail provided

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29-02-2-21-34.000-RR; 100 3RD ST S, N 1/2 OF LOT 12 M B SWANSON SUR,

No additional detail provided

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29-02-2-22-06.000-RR; 40 3RD PL S, LOT 5 W P WEIR SUR,

No additional detail provided

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29-02-2-22-09.000-RR; 49 3RD ST S, N 1/2 LOT 3 W P WEIR SUR,

No additional detail provided

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29-02-2-20-05.000-RR; 104 POWELL AVE, LOT 8 MARY SADLERS ADD TO

BHAM,

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29-02-2-20-13.000-RR; 212 POWELL AVE, S 60 FT OF LOTS 22 23 SWANSON

SUR,

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29-02-2-21-03.000-RR; 209 POWELL AVE, LOTS 16 17 M B SWANSON SUR,

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29-02-2-21-08.000-RR; 111 POWELL AVE, P O B 189 FT S SW OF W INTER

POWELL AVE ALLEY TH SW 75 FT ALG POWELL AVE TH S 135 FT S TO ALLEY TH E 75 FT TH N 140 FT S TO P O B BEING LOT 14 PT LOT 13 MARY SADLERS ADD TO BHAM,

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29-03-4-01-12.000-RR; 66 1ST AVE S, BEG AT A PT WHERE E-ROW OF 1ST ST

No additional detail provided

INT N-ROW LINE OF 1ST AVE TH E-55 S ALONG N ROW OF 1ST AVE TH W-

Agenda May 1, 2018 27 ALONG S ROW KAPPA AVE TO E ROW OF 1ST STREET TH S-30 S TO P O B BEING PART OF FRAC BLK A WALKER LAND CO ADD,
Tagged Passions:streets

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29-03-4-14-01.000-RR; 110 1ST ST S, NW 77 FT OF LOTS 7 8 BLK 6 WALKER

LAND CO ADD TO BHAM BHAM 1/257,

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23-20-4-22-13.000-RR; 709 45TH ST N, LOT 5 BLK 2 BIRCHENOUGH SUR,

No additional detail provided

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23-20-4-22-14.000-RR; 705 45TH ST N, W 95 FT LOT 1 BLK 1 W 95 FT OF LOT 1

BLK 2 ALL OF LOT 3 BLK 2 BIRCHENOUGH SUR,

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23-20-4-21-05.000-RR; 817 45TH PL N, LOT 8 BLK 1 MADDOX SUB,

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23-20-4-22-36.000-RR; 830 45TH PL N, LOT 1 BLK 2 MADDOX SUB,

No additional detail provided

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23-20-4-21-39.000-RR; 808 46TH ST N, LOT 2 BLK 1 HILLTOP SUBDIV,

44 23-20-1-22-15.000-RR; 4636 9TH TER N, LOT 23 BLK 9 BROWNS REEDS

ADTN TO BROOKLYN,

45 23-15-3-35-10.000-RR; 200 65TH PL N, LOT 10 BLK 14-G EDMUNDS SUB, 46 23-15-3-22-07.000-RR; 6624 4TH CT N, LOTS 1 2 BLK 5 GROVELAND, 47 23-15-3-22-06.000-RR; 6620 4TH CT N, LOTS 3 THRU 6 BLK 5 GROVELAND

EXC HWY RW,

48 23-15-3-22-01.000-RR; 6707 5TH AVE N, LOT 20 BLK 1 NORTH GROVELAND, 49 23-15-3-22-03.000-RR; 6701 5TH AVE N, LOT 18 BLK 1 NORTH GROVELAND,

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23-20-3-10-09.000-RR; 829 41ST ST N, LOT 9 EXCEPT N 2 FT BLK 5 KINGSTON,

No additional detail provided

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23-20-3-11-13.000-RR; 801 42ND ST N, LOTS 5 AND 6 BLK L KING LD IMP

No additional detail provided

CO 1ST ADD TO KINGSTON,

No additional detail provided

52
23-20-3-10-13.000-RR; 808 42ND ST N, N 40 FT LOT 6 BLK E KING LD IMP

No additional detail provided

CO 1ST ADD TO KINGSTON,

No additional detail provided

53
23-20-3-10-14.000-RR; 812 42ND ST N, LOT 5 BLK E KING LD I CO 1ST ADD

KINGSTON,

54
23-20-3-10-15.000-RR; 816 42ND ST N, LOT 4 BLK E KING LAND AND IMP CO

No additional detail provided

ADD TO KINGSTON,

55
23-20-3-10-16.000-RR; 820 42ND ST N, LOT 12 BLK 5 KINGSTON,

No additional detail provided

56
23-20-3-11-08.000-RR; 821 42ND ST N, LOT 12 BLK 6 KINGSTON,

No additional detail provided

57
23-20-3-11-07.000-RR; 825 42ND ST N, LOT 11 BLK 6 KINGSTON,

No additional detail provided

58
23-20-3-11-05.000-RR; 901 42ND ST N, LOT 8 BLK 6 KINGSTON - LOT 9 BLK 6

KINGSTON,

59
23-20-3-11-03.000-RR; 909 42ND ST N, LOT 5 BLK 6 KINGSTON,

Agenda May 1, 2018 28 60 23-20-3-11-31.000-RR; 902 42ND PL N, LOT 23 BLK 6 KINGSTON, 61 23-20-3-11-30.000-RR; 900 42ND PL N, LOT 22 BLK 6 KINGSTON SUR, 62 23-20-3-12-05.000-RR; 849 42ND PL N, LOT 6 BLK 7 KINGSTON, 64 23-20-3-12-06.000-RR; 845 42ND PL N, LOT 7 BLK 7 KINGSTON, 65 23-20-3-12-16.000-RR; 4228 8TH AVE N, LOT 9 BLK A PARKSIDE HOMES IN

RESUR OF LOTS 7-8-9-17-18-19 BLK A KING LD IMP CO ADD TO KINGSTON LOTS 10-11-12-13,

66 23-20-3-12-18.000-RR; 4236 8TH AVE N, LOT 18 BLK A PARKSIDE HOMES INC

28/34,

67
23-20-3-12-31.000-RR; 868 43RD ST N, LOT 18 S 20 FT LOT 19 BLK 7

KINGSTON,

75
23-19-4-03-06.000-RR; 1017 COOSA ST, LOTS 15 THRU 18 BLK 26 EAST BHAM,

108 29-03-4-11-16.000-RR; 118 CENTER ST S, LOT 5 BLK 1 LUCY E SMITH RESUR

OF BLKS 8 9 WALKER LD CO,

No additional detail provided

110 29-03-4-04-01.000-RR; 22 CENTER PL SW, LOTS C D BLK 2-B R E J CORP

No additional detail provided

RESUR SUB 35/9,

No additional detail provided

111 29-03-4-03-01.000-RR; 27 CENTER PL SW, LOTS 2 THRU 13 BLK 2-B R E J

No additional detail provided

CORP RESUR SUB,

112 29-03-4-02-05.000-RR; 37 CENTER ST S, S 40 FT OF LOT 16 BLK 2-A SESSIONS LD COS SUB OF BLK 1-2 WALKER LD CO,

113 29-03-4-02-06.000-RR; 41 CENTER ST S, SW 70 FT OF LOT 17 BLK 2-A

SESSIONS LD CO SUB OF BLKS 1 2 WALKER LD CO BHAM,

114 29-03-4-02-07.000-RR; 22 1ST AVE S, NE 70 FT OF LOT 17 BLK 2-A SESSIONS

LD CO SUB OF BLKS 1 2 WALKER LD CO,

117 29-03-4-12-08.000-RR; 11 1ST AVE S, LOT 7 BLK 2 SESSIONS LD CO RESUR OF

No additional detail provided

BLKS 3 4 WALKER LD CO,

No additional detail provided

118 29-03-4-02-09.000-RR; 36 CENTER PL S, LOT 2 BLK 2-A SESSIONS LD CO SUB

No additional detail provided

OF BLKS 1 2 WALKER LD CO,

No additional detail provided

120 29-03-4-02-13.000-RR; 16 CENTER PL S, LOT 7 BLK 2-A SESSIONS LD CO SUB

OF BLKS 1-2 WALKER LD CO,

121 29-03-1-31-02.000-RR; 1 CENTER PL S, LOT 14 BLK 5 WALKER LAND COS

No additional detail provided

ADD TO ELYTON,

122 29-03-1-31-03.000-RR; 5 CENTER PL S, N 1/2 LOT 13 BLK 5 WALKER LAND

COS ADD TO ELYTON,

123 29-03-1-31-04.000-RR; 7 CENTER PL S, S 1/2 OF LOT 13 BLK 5 WALKER LAND

COS ADD TO ELYTON, Agenda May 1, 2018 29 127 29-03-4-01-09.000-RR; 58 1ST AVE S, LOT 3 BLK 1 SESSION LD CO SUB BLK 1+2 WALKER LD CO, 128 29-03-4-01-10.000-RR; 62 1ST AVE S, LOT 2 BLK 1 SESSIONS LD CO SUB OF

BLKS 1 2 WALKER LD CO,

132 22-13-4-22-33.000-RR; 3140 30TH CT N, LOT 13 BLK 2 EBORNS ADD TO NO BHAM, 133 22-13-4-22-36.000-RR; 3160 30TH CT N, LOTS 19+21+23 BLK 2 EBORNS ADD

TO NO BHAM,

135 22-13-4-22-38.000-RR; 3168 30TH CT N, LOT 29 EXC E 5S FT ALL LOT 27 BLK 2 EBORNS ADD TO NO BHAM, 139 22-13-4-21-23.000-RR; 3118 31ST AVE N, W 1/2 OF LOT 3 BLK 1 EBORNS ADD


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