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WORK SESSION

CITY OF WATERTOWN, NEW YORK

REVISED AGENDA Monday, June 4, 2018 This shall serve as notice that the next regularly scheduled meeting of the City Council
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will be held on Monday, June 4, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers,

245 Washington Street, Watertown, New York.
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MOMENT OF SILENCE

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

ADOPTION OF MINUTES

COMMUNICATIONS
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PRIVILEGE OF THE FLOOR

RESOLUTIONS

Resolution No. 1 - Approving the 2018 Youth and Young Adult Employment

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Training Program Contract Between the City of Watertown

and the Jefferson-Lewis Local Workforce Development Area

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Resolution No. 2 - Accepting Bid for Filter Press Control Panel Retrofit

Project

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Resolution No. 3 - Finding that the Court Street Commons Project Will Not

Have a Significant Impact on the Environment

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Resolution No. 4 - Authorizing Professional Services Agreement for

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Construction Administration and Inspection of the Western

Boulevard Reconstruction Project, PIN 783002, Barton and Loguidice

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Resolution No. 5 - Accepting Bid for Western Boulevard Reconstruction

Project

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Resolution No. 6 - Authorizing Professional Services Agreement for Design

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Services for the Massey Street, Coffeen Street, Court Street

Bridge Rehabilitation Project, PIN 775362, Fisher Associates
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Resolution No. 7 - Approving Supplemental Agreement No. 1 for the

Thompson Park Pool and Bathhouse Final Design ORDINANCES

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Ordinance No. 1 - An Ordinance Authorizing the Issuance of 410,000 Bonds

of the City of Watertown, Jefferson County, New York, to Pay the Design Cost of the Rehabilitation of Court Street Bridge and Massey Street and Coffeen Street Resurfacing, in and for Said City LOCAL LAW PUBLIC HEARING OLD BUSINESS STAFF REPORTS

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Offer to Purchase a Portion of Sewall s Island 2. Board and Commission Appointments 3. Thompson Park Pool and Bathhouse 2018 CFA Grant Program 4. Orientation of Public Square Benches 5. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS DEC)

Urban and community Forestry Grant Program

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City of Watertown Downtown Arboretum 7. Fiscal Year 2017-18 GASB 45 Other Post-employment Benefits Actuarial

Valuation

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Thompson Park Pool and Bathhouse Update

NEW BUSINESS

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EXECUTIVE SESSION

To Discuss Collective Bargaining
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WORK SESSION

Next Work Session is scheduled for Monday, June 11, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. ADJOURNMENT Adjourn to Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. NEXT REGULARLY SCHEDULED CITY COUNCIL MEETING IS MONDAY, Res No.1 To: From: Subject: The Honorable Mayor and City Council Bradford J. Minnick, City Manager Approving the 20 18 Youth Young Adult Employment Training Program Contract Between the City of Watertown and the Jefferson-Lewis Workforce Development Area The City of Watertown has received approval for three (3) training positions under the 2018 Summer Youth Young Adult Employment Training Program. The Jefferson County Department of Employment and Training will be the employer and, as such, will pay the wages and fringe benefits of the youths employed under this program. The three positions will be assigned to various departments as follows:
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Code Enforcement (Clerical Aide)

Water Treatment Plant (Landscape Maintenance Aide)

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A copy of the Agreement between the City and the Jefferson-Lewis Workforce Development Area is attached for City Council review. A resolution has been prepared for City Council consideration that authorizes the City's participation in the 2018 Summer Youth Young Adult Employment and Training Program. Resolution No.1 RESOLUTION Page 1 of 1 Approving the 2018 Youth and Young Adult Employment Training Program Contract Between the City of Watertown and the Jefferson-Lewis Local Workforce Development Area Introduced by Total ............................ . YEA NAY WHEREAS the Jefferson County Department of Employment and Training and the Jefferson-Lewis Local Workforce Development Area has allocated to the City of Watertown three (3) funded training positions under the Summer Youth Young Adult Employment Training Program, and WHEREAS various departments of the City of Watertown can provide training opportunities for young people of the community, and WHEREAS the City and Jefferson County Department of Employment and Training have cooperated in past years with this same program, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Watertown, New York, that it hereby authorizes the City's participation in the 2018 Summer Youth Young Adult Employment Training Program, and
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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Manager is hereby authorized and directed to execute the Youth Young Adult Employment Training Program Contract on behalf ofthe City of Watertown.

Seconded by Page _1_ of -1 YOUTH YOUNG ADULT EMPLOYMENT TRAINING PROGRAM CONTRACT Between the following parties: Jefferson-Lewis Local Workforce Development Area (hereinafter referred to as WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA) The parties agree that: AND

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City of Watertown 245 Washington Street. Watertown, NY 13601

(hereinafter referred to as WORKSITE) This agreement shall take effect on ____ * ..:..7.:..::/2::.:../l 8::...-___ and terminate on ___ ..;;;8 /l;;.;:1:.:../1::;.;8::...-__ In return for the WORKSITE providing work experience for QJ youth in a manner consistent with the terms and conditions herein contained, the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA will pay the wages and fringe benefits of such employed youth and young adults. This agreement can be modified only by another written agreement if circumstances warrant. FOR THE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA Signature CHERYL A. MA YFORTH, DIRECTOR Name and Title FOR THE WORKSITE Signature Name and Title *represents general program parameters, not necessarily the specific dates of the work experience activity for participants Page _2_ of -.1 The WORKSITE will comply with the requirements of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014 (WIOA) and the regulations and policies promulgated thereunder. These requirements include, but are not limited to the following matters: The WORKSITE must:
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Permit participants to begin work only with prior approval from the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA.

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Inform participants of supervisor's name, role, and responsibilities and provide youth the opportunity to relate any problems that might arise.

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Provide contingency plan for inclement weather when Worksites are outdoors.

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Notify the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA within 24 hours of any accidents, special situations, or unusual occurrences.

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Evaluate each participant with regard to performance as agreed upon by the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA.

6. Avoid personal and organizational conflict of interest.

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Avoid paying or receiving kickbacks.

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Maintain accurate financial and statistical records that are easily traceable to source documents.

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Prohibit the charging of a fee to a participant for the referral to a job or placement in a job.

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Avoid nepotism.

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Avoid political patronage, lobbying or political activities.

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Avoid involvement with religious or anti-religious activities.

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l3. Avoid prompting or opposing unionization and avoid employment of a participant in a place involved in a work stoppage.

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A void Maintenance of Effort, meaning that no funds will be used to fill a job opening created by the action of an employer in laying off or terminating the employment of any other regular employee not supported under the Act in anticipation of filling the vacancy so created by hiring an employee to be supported under the Act.

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Avoid the theft or embezzlement ofWIOA funds, improper inducement for employment or contracts, and obstruction of investigation under the Act, its regulations or local policies.

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Maintain sufficient, auditable and adequate records which support all expenditures under the Act for a period of not less than 3 years after the close of the grant of funds.

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Recognize the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA'S mandated obligation to review and monitor any and all worksite activity, and program related records on a regular basis. Therefore, the WORKSITE will allow the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA to have unrestricted access to program related forms or documents whether or not they are WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA forms or WORKSITE forms of any source or nature; and the unrestricted right to review worksite activity, with or without prior notification. Furthermore, the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA has the right to make inquiries to and procure information from WORKSITE non-WIOA and WIOA employees for the purpose of monitoring and evaluating program operation.

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Recognize the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA'S mandated obligation to have sole control over the intake, eligibility determination and verification of all participants under this contract.

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Recognize the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA'S mandated obligation to provide counseling services for all participants so as to improve their employability. To meet this requirement, the WORKSITE will allow private consultation and umestricted observation of participants during participant working hours by counselors. As part of the effort to improve employability to participants, it may be necessary from time to time to allow participants time off during working hours, for a length of time decided by the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA for workshops, assessment, training, job searches or other related activities. These activities will be permitted and encouraged by the WORKSITE. The WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA will also ensure that each participant has proper working papers, if required.

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Recognize the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA'S requirement to provide remediation to all program enrollees found deficient in educational skill areas (i.e.-math, reading), as determined by the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA. As part of the mandate to provide remediation, the WORKSITE shall encourage/promote the attendance of youth at the scheduled classes, and not permit the youth to work when he/she should be attending class. Should the youth attend work instead of class, this will be considered as an absence, and not subject to payment of wages for the unauthorized attendance at the worksite. As such, potential liability coverage for the unauthorized attendance and wages may not be allowable under existing workman's compensation coverage provided to program enrollees, thereby making the worksite liable in a case of on-site injury during unauthorized work time.

21. Recognize that the government, all levels, is committed to carry out Affirmative Action to assure equal employment opportunities for all individuals in the labor force. The County of Jefferson has a commitment to the spirit and intent of Affirmative Action in the operation of the WIOA program. The policy of the United States government on Affirmative Action will be employed in the Jefferson County WIOA program and is stated as follows: No person in the United States shall, on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap, or political affiliation or belief be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, be subjected to discrimination under, or be denied employment if the administration of or in connection with any program or activity funded in whole or in part with funds made available under this Act. The Jefferson County Department of Employment and Training (The WorkPlace) will require all agencies participating in the WIOA program to comply with the intent of Affirmative Action. Page _4_ of -1 22. Recognize that the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA has full responsibility and authority to operate the complaint and grievance procedures. The grievance procedure will be utilized for any complaint procedure alleging a violation of the Act, regulations, grant, or any other agreement under the Act. 23. Recognize that the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA shall determine participant time limitation for activities on this program. The WORKSITE will immediately inform the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA of discretionary leaves of absences that might affect participant time limitations. Such leaves of absences are subject to the approval of the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA.
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Conform to the policies of the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA, which is responsible for implementation of the federal job training regulations and other state policies which the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA may be required or may at its discretion put into effect.

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Permit the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA to issue press releases regarding WIOA activities when in the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA's sole discretion it is advisable. The WORKSITE must consult with and receive WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA's approval prior to the issuance of press releases on any activity involving WIOA participants.

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Notify the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA immediately of any change m participant's status.

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Provide adequate on-site supervision for each participant which means that there will be at least one supervisor for every five participants and that a substitute supervisor will be available during the absence of the regular supervisor.

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Provide sufficient work to occupy partIcIpants during working hours including adequate equipment and materials for participants to perform those duties.

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Provide a safe and healthy working environment and adhere to the provisions of the state child labor laws and applicable federal rules and laws.

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Provide potential supervisors with sufficient time in order that all immediate worksite supervisor( s) receive orientation as to their duties and responsibilities to the Youth and Young Adult Employment Training Program.

31. Comply with the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA policy concerning the completion oftime sheets and the reporting of attendance as has been detailed by the initial worksite interview and work supervisor orientation. This includes, but is not limited to, the assurance that participants will not be paid for unexcused absences, unworked hours or for solely recreational activities.

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By signing this contract, the WORKSITE certifies the participants of the Youth and Young Adult Employment Training Program is not displacing any currently employed worker, and no individuals are on layoff status from the same job title or substantially equivalent job task which a participant shall be employed in. This also certifies the WORKSITE has not terminated the employment of any regular employee or otherwise reduced the size of the agency workforce for the purpose of filling the vacancy created by hiring a participant.

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Recognize the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA's requirement to provide orientation to participants on program purposes, policies, and procedures.

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Recognize the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA's requirement to provide the WORKSITE with instructions and procedure forms.

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Recognize the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA's requirement to provide Labor Market Orientation, Career Exposure Activities, Counseling, and Supportive Services to the participant.

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Recognize the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA is to be considered the employer and provide workman's compensation, social security, federal and state income tax. Payroll checks will be mailed on a bi-weekly basis.

37. Recognize that the performance of work under this contract may be terminated by the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA when, for any reason, it is determined that such termination is in the best interest of the program or when it has been determined that the WORKSITE has failed to provide any of the services specified or to comply with any of the provisions contained in the contract. The contract is contingent upon the availability of funding from the New York State Department of Labor. In the event such funding is terminated, the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA reserves the right to terminate this contract prior to the scheduled determination date. 38. Recognize that trainees will not be terminated without prior notice to the trainee and the WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA, with reasonable opportunity for correction or improvement of performance. This may include, but is not limited to, sub-standard or unsatisfactory progress or conduct.
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Agree to maintain the confidentiality of any information regarding workers and/or applicants or their families, which may be obtained through application form, interviews, tests, reports from public agencies or counselors, or any other source.

Page _6_ of ...1 40. Signing of this contract certifies agency compliance with Executive Order 12549, Debarment and Suspension, 29 CFR Part 98, Section 98.510, Participant's Responsibilities, published as Part VII ofthe May 26, 1988 Federal Register.

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Executive Order 12549 states:

The prospective primary participant certifies to the best of its knowledge and belief, that it and its principals:

* Are not presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from covered transactions by any Federal department or agency;

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*Have not within a three-year period preceding this proposal been convicted of or had a civil judgment rendered against them for commission of fraud or a criminal offense in connection with obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing a public (Federal, State, or Local) transaction or contract under a public transaction; violation of Federal or State antitrust statutes or commission of embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records, making false statements, or receiving stolen property;

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* Are not presently indicted for or otherwise criminally or civilly charged by a government entity (F ederal, State, or Local) with commission of any of the offenses enumerated the above paragraphs of this certification; and

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*Have not within a three-year period preceding this application/proposal had one or more public transactions (Federal, State, or Local) terminated for cause or default.

Where the prospective primary participant is unable to certify to any of the statements in this certification, such prospective participant shall attach an explanation to this contract.
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Complete instructions for certification regarding debarment, suspension, and other responsibility matters are available through the Jefferson County Department of Employment and Training (The WorkPlace).

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The WORKSITE certifies that it will or will continue to provide a drug-free workplace by:

(a) Publishing a statement notifying employees that the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession, or use of a controlled substance is prohibited in the Employer's workplace and specifying the actions that will be taken against employees for violation of such prohibition;
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(b) Establishing an ongoing drug-free awareness program to inform employees about: 1. The dangers of drug abuse in the work place;

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ll. The Employer's policy of maintaining a drug-free workplace; iii. Any available drug counseling, rehabilitation, and employee assistance programs; and IV. The penalties that may be imposed upon employees for drug violations occurring in the work

place; (c) Making it a requirement that each employee to be engaged in the performance of the grant be given a copy of the statement required by paragraph (a); Page .-.l.- of -1
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(d) Notifying the employee in the statement required by paragraph ( a) that, as a condition of emp loyment under the grant, the employee will:

1. Abide by the terms of the statement; and 11. Notify the employer in writing of his/her conviction for a violation of a criminal drug statute
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occurring in the workplace no later five calendar days after such conviction;

(e) Notify the Jefferson County Department of Employment and Training in writing, within ten calendar days after receiving notice under paragraph (d)(ii.) from an employee or otherwise receiving actual notice of such conviction. Employers of convicted employees must provide notice, including position title, to every grant officer or other designee on whose grant activity the convicted employee was working, unless the Federal agency has designated a central point for the receipt of such notices. Notice will include the identification number(s) of each affected grant;

(t) Taking one of the following action within 30 calendar days of receiving notice under paragraph (d)(ii.), with respect to any employee who is so convicted:
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Taking appropriate personnel action against such an employee, up to and including termination, consistent with the requirements of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; or

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Requiring such employees to participate satisfactorily in a drug abuse assistance or rehabilitation program approved for such purposes by a Federal, State, or local health, law enforcement, or other appropriate agency;

(g) Making a good faith effort to continue to maintain a drug-free work place through implementation of paragraphs (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), and (t).

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Res No.2 May 29,2018

To: The Honorable Mayor and City Council

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From: Bradford J. Minnick, City Manager

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Subject: Accepting Bid for Filter Press Control Panel Retrofit Project

The City Purchasing Department advertised in the Watertown Daily Times for sealed bids for the Filter Press Control Panel Retrofit Project. Invitations to bid were issued to seven (7) prospective bidders, as well as area plan room houses, with a total of one (1) bid being received that was publicly opened and read in the Purchasing Department on Thursday, April 5, 2018 at 11 :00 a.m. The Purchasing Department reviewed the bid received with Chief Operator Mark Crandall, and it is their recommendation that the award be issued to BSV Metal Finishers in the amount of 64,028 as the lowest qualifying bidder meeting City specifications. A Resolution for City Council consideration is attached. Resolution No.2 RESOLUTION Page 1 of 1 Accepting Bid for Filter Press Control Panel Retrofit Project Introduced by YEA NAY Total ............................ . WHEREAS the City Purchasing Department has advertised and received sealed bids for the Filter Press Control Panel Retrofit Project, as per City specifications, and WHEREAS bid invitations were sent to seven (7) prospective bidders, as well as area plan room houses, with one (1) sealed bid submitted to the Purchasing Department, and

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WHEREAS on Thursday, AprilS, 2018, at 11 :00 a.m., the bid received was publicly opened and read, and

WHEREAS the City Purchasing Department reviewed the bid received with the Chief Operator Mark Crandall, and it is their recommendation that the City Council accept the bid submitted by BSV Metal Finishers in the amount of 64,028, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Watertown accepts the bid ofBSV Metal Finishers in the amount of 64,028 for the Filter Press Control Panel Retrofit Project as the lowest qualified bidder meeting our specifications, and
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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Manager is hereby authorized and directed to sign all contracts associated with implementing the award to BSV Metal Finishers.

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CITY OF WATERTOWN, NEW YORK ROOM 205, CITY HALL

245 WASHINGTON STREET WATERTOWN, NEW YORK 13601-3380

E-MAIL APastuf@watertown-ny.gov Phone (315)785-7749 Fax (315) 785-7752 MEMORANDUM TO: Sharon Addison, City Manager FROM: Amy M. Pastuf, Purchasing Manager SUBJECT: Bid 2018-08 - Filter Press Control Panel Retrofit Project DATE: 04/06/2018
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Amy M. Pastuf Purchasing Manager

The City's Purchasing Department advertised in the Watertown Daily Times on February 10, 2018 calling for sealed bids for the Filter Press Control Panel Retrofit Project at the City of Watertown Pollution Control Plant as per City Specifications. This bid was previously let at the beginning of the year \V'ith no responses from bidders.
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This project is part of the Adopted 2017-2018 Budget, and can be found on page 226 of the Budget Book.

The Purchasing Department issued Invitations to Bid to the area plan houses and seven (7) prospective bidders. The City received one (1) sealed bid submittal. The Purchasing Department publically opened and read the sealed bids on April 5, 2018 at 11:00 am, local time. The bid tabulation for the bid is attached. BSV Metal Description Finishers Rochester, NY Filter Press Control Panel Retrofit Project 64,028.00 Chief Operator Mark Crandall and the Purchasing Department reviewed the response to ensure that it complied with the specifications. Staff recommends that City Council award the Filter Press Control Panel Retrofit Project Contract to BSV Metal Finishers for 64,028.00 as the lowest responsive responsible bidder. If there are any questions concerning this recommendation, please contact me at your convenience. www.watertown-ny.gov G8130 Sewage Treatment and Disposal Fiscal Year 2017-18 Vehicles and Equipment Filter Press Control Panels Digester Transfer Pump (1) and Feed Pumps (3) 90,000 The current control panels were part of the 1979 facility expansion when the sludge disposal building was put on line. Over the past few years the old electronics in the cabinet have been problematic. Locating compatible parts for this unit is becoming difficult and expensive. The replacement units will be compatible with our current High pressure pumps and are SCADA capable. 148,000 There are 4 diaphragm air pumps that run 24 hours a day which provide pumping for the thickeners and the digesters. The air is supplied by air compressors which also run constantly. The compressors are reaching the end of service life and are becoming a costly and high maintenance item. Currently, service technicians work on the compressors. Converting to the new style pumps will reduce electrical consumption, spare parts on hand for the pumps and compressors and the contracted maintenance work on the compressors. All work on the new pumps can be done in-house. 226 Res No.3 To: From: Subject: The Honorable Mayor and City Council Michael A. Lumbis, Planning and Community Development Director
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Finding that the Court Street Commons Project is an Unlisted Action and Will Not Have a Significant Adverse Impact on the Environment

The Empire State Development Corporation recently awarded the City of Watertown a Restore New York Grant for the proposed Court Street Commons Project. The Project involves rehabilitating the buildings at 138, 152 and 170 Court Street, including fayade improvements and restoration, and adaptive reuse of the upper floors for residential units.
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Part of the grant approval process is completing an environmental review according to the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA). Under SEQRA, this project meets the definition of an Unlisted Action. Unlisted Actions that occur within an historic district that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places can become a Type 1 Action, which would require a higher level of review and the completion of a Full Environmental Assessment Form. The lone exception to this rule is when the proposed action is designed for the preservation of the facility or site. The Court Street Commons Project meets this criterion. Therefore, the project remains an Unlisted Action and a Short EAF will suffice.

Staff has prepared Part 1 of a Short Environmental Assessment Form to aid the City Council in its determination as to whether the Project will have a significant impact on the environment. The City Council, as the Lead Agency, must respond to the questions contained in Part 2 and Part 3 if necessary, before it may vote on the attached resolution. The resolution states that the Project is an Unlisted Action and will not have a significant adverse impact on the environment. Resolution No. 3 RESOLUTION Page 1 of 2
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Finding that the Court Street Commons Project Will Not Have a Significant Impact on the Environment

Introduced by CoundIMemberHORBACZ,CodyJ. Total ............................ . YEA NAY WHEREAS the Empire State Development Corporation has awarded the City of Watertown (City) a Restore New York grant for the Court Street Commons Project (the Project), and WHEREAS the Project involves rehabilitating the buildings at 138, 152 and 170 Court Street, including fac;ade improvements and restoration and adaptive reuse of the upper floors for residential units, and WHEREAS the City Council must evaluate all proposed actions submitted for its consideration in light of the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA), and the regulations promulgated thereto, and WHEREAS the Project meets the classification of an Unlisted Action as determined in accordance with the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) in 6 NYCRR Part 617.2 (ak), and WHEREAS the Project occurs within the Public Square Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and
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WHEREAS pursuant to 6 NYCRR Part 617.2(9) an Unlisted Action occurring wholly or partially within, or substantially contiguous to, any historic building, structure, facility, site or district or prehistoric site that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, or that has been proposed by the New York State Board on Historic Preservation for a recommendation to the State Historic Preservation Officer for nomination for inclusion in the National Register, or that is listed on the State Register of Historic Places may become a Type I Action unless the action is designed for the preservation of the facility or site, and

WHEREAS the Project is designed for the preservation of the facility or site, and may remain classified as an Unlisted Action pursuant to 6 NYCRR Part 617.2(9), and Resolution No. 3 RESOLUTION Page 2 of 2

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Finding that the Court Street Commons Project Will Not Have a Significant Impact on the Environment

Total ............................ . YEA NAY WHEREAS to aid the City Council in its determination as to whether the Project will have a significant impact on the environment, Planning Staff has prepared Part 1 of a Short Environmental Assessment Form (EAF), a copy of which is attached and made part of this resolution, and WHEREAS the City Council has reviewed the Short Environmental Assessment Form, responding to each of the questions contained in Part 2, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council hereby establishes itself as Lead Agency for the Project, and
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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that:

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The City Council of the City of Watertown declares that the Project constitutes an Unlisted Action for the purposes of SEQRA and hereby determines that the project, as proposed, will not have a significant impact on the environment.

2. The Mayor of the City of Watertown is authorized to execute Part 3 of the EAF to effect that the City Council is issuing a Negative Declaration under SEQRA.
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This Resolution shall take effect immediately.

Seconded by Short Environmental Assessment Form Part 1 - Project Information Instructions for Completing Part 1 - Project Information. The applicant or project sponsor is responsible for the completion of Part 1. Responses become part of the application for approval or funding, are subject to public review, and may be subject to further verificatioo. Complete Part 1 based on information currently available. If additional research or investigation would be needed to fully respond to any item, please answer as thoroughly as possible based on current information. Complete all items in Part 1. You may also provide any additional information which you believe will be needed by or useful to the lead agency; attach additional pages as necessary to supplement any item. Part 1 - Project and Sponsor Information

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Name of Action or Project: Restore New York Round 5 - Court Street Commons Redevelopment

Project Location (describe, and attach a location map): 138, 152 and 170 Court Street Brief Description of Proposed Action: The proposal consists of renovating the above properties. Specific improvements proposed for each building include: - 138 Court SI: Rear facade improvements and adaptive reuse of the upper floors for residential units. - 152 Court SI: Facade restoration and adaptive reuse of the upper floors for residential units. - 170 Court SI: Extensively rehabilitate the structure, including the front and rear facades, roof replacement, and create first-floor commercial space and upper floor residential units. The proposal also includes sidewalk and parking upgrades.
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Name of Applicant or Sponsor: Telephone: (315) 785-7740 City of Watertown, New York E-Mail: planning@watertown-ny.gov Address: 245 Washington Street, Room 304

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City/PO: State: Zip Code: Watertown NY 13601

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Does the proposed action only involve the legislative adoption of a plan, local law, ordinance, NO YES administrative rule, or regulation?

If Yes, attach a narrative description of the intent ofthe proposed action and the environmental resources that 0 D may be affected in the municipality and proceed to Part 2. If no, continue to question 2.
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Does the proposed action require a permit, approval or funding from any other governmental Agency? NO YES If Yes, list agency(s) name and permit or approval: D State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) - Statement of No Potential to affect Historic Properties City of Watertown City Code Enforcement Bureau - Building Permit, General City Permit 3.a. Total acreage of the site of the proposed action? 1.41 acres

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b.
Total acreage to be physically disturbed? 1.41 acres c. Total acreage (project site and any contiguous properties) owned

or controlled by the applicant or project sponsor? 1.41 acres

4.
Check all land uses that occur on, adjoining and near the proposed action. Urban DRural (non-agriculture) D Industrial Ii2j Commercial DResidential (suburban) DForest DAgriculture DAquatic DOther (specify): o Parkland

No additional detail provided

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Is the proposed action, NO YES N/A a. A permitted use under the zoning regulations? D 0 D b. Consistent with the adopted comprehensive plan? D D

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Is the proposed action consistent with the predominant character of the existing built or natural NO YES landscape? D

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Is the site of the proposed action located in, or does it adjoin, a state listed Critical Environmental Area? NO YES If Yes, identify: 0 D 8. a. Will the proposed action result in a substantial increase in traffic above present levels? NO YES

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D b. Are public transportation service(s) available at or near the site of the proposed action? D c. Are any pedestrian accommodations or bicycle routes available on or near site of the proposed action? D

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Does the proposed action meet or exceed the state energy code requirements? NO YES If the proposed action will exceed requirements, describe design features and technologies:

D 10. Will the proposed action connect to an existing public/private water supply? NO YES
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If No, describe method for providing potable water: D 11. Will the proposed action connect to existing wastewater utilities? NO YES

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If No, describe method for providing wastewater treatment: D 12. a. Does the site contain a structure that is listed on either the State or National Register of Historic NO YES

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Places? 0 b. Is the proposed action located in an archeological sensitive area? 0 13. a. Does any portion of the site of the proposed action, or lands adjoining the proposed action, contain NO YES

wetlands or other waterbodies regulated by a federal, state or local agency? 0 b. Would the proposed action physically alter, or encroach into, any existing wetland or waterbody? 0 D If Yes, identify the wetland or waterbody and extent of alterations in square feet or acres:

14.
Identify the typical habitat types that occur on, or are likely to be found on the project site. Check all that apply: o Shoreline o Forest o Agricultural/grasslands o Early mid-successional o Wetland li2:I Urban o Suburban

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Does the site of the proposed action contain any species of animal, or associated habitats, listed NO YES by the State or Federal government as threatened or endangered? Indiana Pat, Northern l..ong-eared D Pat

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Is the project site located in the 100 year flood plain? NO YES 1v'1 1 J

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Will the proposed action create storm water discharge, either from point or non-point sources? NO YES If Yes, D a. Will storm water discharges flow to adjacent properties? NO DYES

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b.
Will storm water discharges be directed to established conveyance systems (runoff and storm drains)? If Yes, briefly describe: DNO YES Cit>:, sewer

No additional detail provided

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Does the proposed action include construction or other activities that result in the impoundment of NO YES water or other liquids (e.g. retention pond, waste lagoon, dam)?

If Yes, explain purpose and size: 0 D 19. Has the site of the proposed action or an adjoining property been the location of an active or closed NO YES solid waste management facility? If Yes, describe: 0 D 20. Has the site of the proposed action or an adjoining property been the subject of remediation (ongoing or NO YES completed) for hazardous waste? If Yes, describe: D 0 J.B. Wise Place I AFFIRM THAT THE INFORMATION PROVIDED ABOVE IS TRUE AND ACCURATE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE Applicant/sponsor name: Geoffrey Urda, Planner, City of Watertown Signature: 11, ,/ . A_ Date: 5/30/18 I' I PRINT FORM Page 3 of3 Short Environmental Assessment Form Part 2 - Impact Assessment Agency Use Only [If applicable] Project: I
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:===========l Date: L..I ___________ ---l

Part 2 is to be completed by the Lead Agency. Answer all of the following questions in Part 2 using the information contained in Part 1 and other materials submitted by the project sponsor or otherwise available to the reviewer. When answering the questions the reviewer should be guided by the concept Have my responses been reasonable considering the scale and context of the proposed action? No, or Moderate small to large impact impact may may occur occur
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1.
Will the proposed action create a material conflict with an adopted land use plan or zoning 0 D regulations? 2. Will the proposed action result in a change in the use or intensity of use ofland? 0 D 3. Will the proposed action impair the character or quality of the existing community? 0 D 4. Will the proposed action have an impact on the environmental characteristics that caused the 0 D establishment of a Critical Environmental Area (CEA)? 5. Will the proposed action result in an adverse change in the existing level of traffic or 0 D affect existing infrastructure for mass transit, biking or walkway? 6. Will the proposed action cause an increase in the use of energy and it fails to incorporate 0 D reasonably available energy conservation or renewable energy opportunities? 7. Will the proposed action impact existing: 0 D a. public private water supplies?

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b.
public private wastewater treatment utilities? 0 D 8. Will the proposed action impair the character or quality of important historic, archaeological, 0 D architectural or aesthetic resources? 9. Will the proposed action result in an adverse change to natural resources (e.g., wetlands, 0 D waterbodies, groundwater, air quality, flora and fauna)? 10. Will the proposed action result in an increase in the potential for erosion, flooding or drainage 0 D problems? 11. Will the proposed action create a hazard to environmental resources or human health? 0 D

PRINT FORM Page 1 of2 Short Environmental Assessment Form Part 3 Determination of Significance Agency Use Only [If applicable] Project: /=1 ============l Date: LI __________ ---l F or every question in Part 2 that was answered moderate to large impact may occur , or if there is a need to explain why a particular element of the proposed action mayor will not result in a significant adverse environmental impact, please complete Part 3. Part 3 should, in sufficient detail, identify the impact, including any measures or design elements that have been included by the project sponsor to avoid or reduce impacts. Part 3 should also explain how the lead agency detenuined that the impact mayor will not be significant. Each potential impact should be assessed considering its setting, probability of occurring, duration, irreversibility, geographic scope and magnitude. Also consider the potential for short- tenn, long-tenn and cumulative impacts. D D Check this box if you have determined, based on the information and analysis above, and any supporting documentation, that the proposed action may result in one or more potentially large or significant adverse impacts and an environmental impact statement is required. Check this box if you have determined, based on the information and analysis above, and any supporting documentation, that the proposed action will not result in any significant adverse environmental impacts.

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Name of Lead Agency Date

Print or Type Name of Responsible Officer in Lead Agency Title of Responsible Officer

Signature of Responsible Officer in Lead Agency Signature of Preparer (if different from Responsible Officer)

PRINT FORM Page 2 of2 Res No.4 To: From: Subject: The Honorable Mayor and City Council Bradford J. Minnick, City Manager Professional Services Agreement for Construction Administration and Inspection for the Western Boulevard Reconstruction Project, PIN 783002 The Western Boulevard Reconstruction Project will be going to construction this summer. Attached for City Council review and approval is a professional services agreement for the construction administration and inspection services with Barton and Loguidice for the Western Boulevard Reconstruction Project in the amount of 550,000. As stated in the attached report of City Engineer Justin Wood, these services are required by federal and state aid projects. A resolution for City Council consideration is attached. Resolution No.4 RESOLUTION Page 1 of 1
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Authorizing Professional Services Agreement for Construction Administration and Inspection of the Western Boulevard Reconstruction Project, PIN 783002, Barton and Loguidice

Introduced by Total ............................ . YEA NAY
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WHEREAS a project for the reconstruction of Western Boulevard (Arsenal St. to Gaffney Drive), PIN 783002, D035315 (the Project ) is eligible for funding under Title 23 U.S. Code, as amended that calls for the apportionment of the cost of such program to be borne at the ratio of 80 Federal and 20 non-federal funds, and

WHEREAS the City of Watertown is required by federal and state aid projects to provide construction administration and construction inspection services, and WHEREAS in support of this project, the City Engineering Department has negotiated a contract with Barton and Loguidice for the construction administration and construction inspection services of the Western Boulevard Reconstruction project at a cost of 550,000, NOW THERFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Watertown hereby approves the Agreement between the City of Watertown and Barton and Loguidice, a copy of which is attached and made a part of this resolution, and

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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Manager is hereby authorized and directed to execute the Agreement on behalf of the City of Watertown.

Seconded by 1869 DATE: 22 May 2018

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CITY OF WATERTOWN ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

MEMORANDUM

TO: Bradford Minnick, Interim City Manager

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FROM: Justin Wood, City Engineer

SUBJECT: Western Boulevard Reconstruction PIN 783002 Construction Administration Inspection Agreement

No additional detail provided

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Enclosed is a copy of the professional services agreement with Barton and Loguidice (B L), Watertown NY, for City Council review and approval. The supplemental agreement is for performing construction administration and construction inspection services for Western Boulevard Reconstruction, as required by federal and state aid projects, in the amount of 550,000. City Council previously approved the design services agreement in October 2016 with B L in the amount of 698,500, to perform preliminary and final design, bringing the total agreement maximum amount payable to 1.25 Million.

A total of 5.85 Million in state funding has been allocated to this project, to cover 100 of design, inspection, right of way acquisition, and construction costs, minus any betterments included in the project. The City's betterment share is projected to be less than 300,000.
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Please prepare a resolution for Council consideration.

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Cc: Jim Mills, Comptroller

No additional detail provided

Architectural Engineering Consultant Agreement

Supplemental Agreement No.1 PIN (s) 783002 Municipal Contract No. __ _ Agreement made this __ day of ___ , ___ by and between

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CITY OF WATERTOWN (the Municipality )

having its principal office at City Hall, Suite 305, 245 Washington Street, Watertown, New York 13601 (the Municipality ) and BARTON LOGUIDICE, D.P.C. with its office at 443 Electronics Parkway, Liverpool, New York 13088
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(the Consultant )

WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, in connection with a federal-aid project funded through the New York State Department of Transportation ( NYSDOT ) identified for the purposes of this agreement Western Boulevard Reconstruction (as described in detail in Attachment A annexed hereto, the Project ) the Municipality has sought to engage the services of a Consultant Engineer) to perform the scope of services described in Attachment 8 of the original agreement as annexed hereto; and WHEREAS, in accordance with required consultant selection procedures, including applicable requirements of NYSDOT and/or the Federal Highway Administration ( FHWA ) the Municipality has selected the Consultant to perform such services in accordance with the requirements of this Agreement; and WHEREAS, ________________ , is authorized to enter this Agreement on behalf of the Municipality,

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NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereto agree as follows:

ARTICLE 1. DOCUMENTS FORMING THIS AGREEMENT

This agreement consists of the following: Agreement Form - this document titled Architectural/Engineering Consultant Agreement ; Attachment A - Project Description and Funding;
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CIty of Watertown Supplemental N ;rcemCJl\ J - Wc:> crn B )u evanl.doc:<

Attachment 8 - Scope of Services;

Attachment C - as applicable, Staffing Rates, Hours, Reimbursables and Fee . -1- ARTICLE 2. SCOPE OF SERVICES/ST ANDARD PRACTICES AND REQUIREMENTS.
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2.1 The CONSULTANT shall render all services and furnish all materials and equipment necessary to provide the Municipality with plans, estimates and other services and deliverables more specifically described in Attachment 8 of the original agreement as supplemented by Attachment 8 herein.

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2.2 The CONSULTANT shall ascertain the applicable practices of the Municipality, NYSDOT and/or FHWA prior to beginning any of the work of this PROJECT. All work required under this Agreement shall be performed in accordance with these practices, sound engineering standards, practices and criteria, and any special requirements, more particularly described in Attachment 8 .

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2.3 Except as herein modified, the Original Agreement dated October 7,2016, including any amendments or revisions thereto not modified herein, remains in full force and effect.

No additional detail provided

2.4 The CONSULTANT will commence work no later than ten (10) days after receiving notice to proceed from the Municipality.

ARTICLE 3. COMPENSATION METHODS, RATES AND PAYMENT
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3.1 As full compensation for Consultant's work, services and expenses hereunder the MuniCipality shall pay to the CONSULTANT, and the CONSULTANT agrees to accept compensation based the methods designated and described below. Payment of the compensation shall be in accordance with the Interim Payment procedures shown in the table and the final payment procedure in Article 6.

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3.2 For services rendered pursuant to this combined Supplement, the CONSULTANT shall be paid on a Cost Plus Fixed Fee Method, as described in Section 3.1 of the original agreement, with an amount not to exceed 550,000.

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3.3 The revised maximum amount payable shall be increased to 1,248,500 as shown on Attachment A. Direct Technical Salaries for 2016 shall not exceed the maximums shown in Exhibit A of Attachment C unless approved in writing by the Municipality. The overhead allowance shall be in accordance with the terms of the original agreement, at 175 for Office and 126 for field, in all events not to exceed a revised maximum of 175 and is subject to audit. The fixed fee for these supplemental services will be 52,600.

- 2- Cily ofWalcnown Supplememal Agreement 1 - Wcst,,:,rn fi<)uicvard.docx IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have duly executed this Agreement effective the day and year first above written.
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Reference: Municipality Contract Supplemental Agreement 1

No additional detail provided

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Municipality Consultant CITY OF WATERTOWN BARTON LOGUIDICE, D.P.C.

by: by:. . '; / d / /R'c..,. '. ___ ;;' / /7 Date:

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STATE OF NEW YORK ss:

COUNTY OF ____ _

On this day of , 20 ___ before me, the subscriber, personally appeared to me known, who, being by me duly sworn, did depose and say; that he/she resides in the , New York; that he/she is the of :--___ ---:_:---:-_:--:--_,New York, the corporation described in and which executed the foregoing instrument; that he/she is the authorized with the execution of the matter herein provided for, and that he/she signed and acknowledged the said instrument in his/her position as a duly authorized representative of County.

STATE OF NEW YORK) COUNTY OF ONONDAGA)

Notary Public, _______ County, N.Y.

On this 23.,0 day of , 20 , before me personally came Matthew J. Schoo/eylo me known, who being b e duly sworn, did depose and say that he resides In the Town of AureUus, New York; that he is the Principal, of the corporation described in and which executed the above instrument; that he is the authorized with the execution of the matter herein provided for, and that he signed and acknowledged the said instrument in his/her position as a duly authorized representative of the corporation.

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ATTACHMENT A

Project Description and Funding

PIN: 783002 Attachment A Architectural/ Engineering Consultant Agreement

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Project Description and Funding

o Main Agreement DAmendment to Agreement [add identifying ] 0Supplement to Agreement No.1 Phase of Project Consultant to work on: o P.E. Design 0 ROW Incidentals 0 ROW Acquisition 0 Construction, CII, CIS Dates or term of Consultant Performance: Start Date: May 23, 2018 Finish Date: December 31, 2018 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Western Boulevard Reconstruction Project Location: City of Watertown Jefferson County Consultant Work Type(s): See Attachment B for more detailed Task List. MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF FUNDS FOR ALL COMPENSATION PAYABLE UNDER THIS AGREEMENT FOR THE SCOPE OF WORK DESCRIBED IN ATTACHMENT B FOR THE PROJECT DESCRIBED IN THIS ATTACHMENT A, OTHERWISE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CHOSEN METHOD OF COMPENSATION AND OTHER TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT; Original MAP: 698,500 Supplemental Agreement 1 : 550,000 Revised Maximum Amount Payable: 1,248,500 Footnotes: ATTACHMENT B

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Scope of Services

377.009.321
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SUPPLEMENTAL SCOPE OF SERVICES

CONSTRUCTION PHASE SERVICES Western Boulevard Reconstruction Project PIN 7830.03; D035315
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Section 9 - Construction Inspection 9.01 Equipment The Contractor will furnish office space and basic office furnishings for the Consultant, as P31t of the contract. The Consultant will furnish all other office, field and field laboratory supplies and equipment required to properly peliorm the inspection services listed below. 9.02 Inspection The Consultant must provide, to the satisfaction of the Sponsor, contract administration and construction inspection services from such time as directed to proceed until the completion of the final agreement and issuance of final payment for the contract. The Consultant must assume responsibility, as appropriate, for the administration of the contract including maintaining complete project records, processing payments, perfonning detailed inspection work and on-site field tests of all materials and items of work incorporated into the contract consistent with federal policies and the specifications and plans applicable to the project. 9.03 Municipal Project Engineer The Sponsor will assign a Project Engineer to the contract covered by this agreement. This Project Engineer will be the Sponsor's official representative on the contract and the Consultant must report to and be directly responsible to said Project Engineer.

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9.04 Ethics

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Prior to the start of work, the Consultant will submit to the Sponsor a statement regarding conflicts of interest.

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9.05 Health and Safety Requirements

The Consultant must provide all necessary health and safety related training, supervision, equipment and programs for their inspection staff assigned to the project.

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9.06 Staff Qualific tions and Training

The Consultant must provide sufficient trained personnel to adequately and competently perform the requirements of this agreement. The Consultant will recommend inspectors to the Sponsor for approval prior to their assignment to the project. Resumes, proof of required certification and the proposed initial salary shall be furnished. The Sponsor may want to interview before approval, and reserves the right to disapprove any application. The employment of all consultant personnel is conditional, subject to satisfactory performance, as determined by the Sponsor.

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For all construction inspection agreements, it is mandatory that all technician personnel be identified by the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) certification levels in the staffing tables, In addition, all Transportation Engineering Technicians-Construction assigned to the project at and above level III, Engineering and Senior Engineering Technicians, must be certified by NICET. Transportation Engineering Technicians-Construction below level III assigned to the project must have successfully completed the General Work Element requirements and at least those Special Work Elements which apply to their specific project assignments at the level of their rating.

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Western Boulevard Construction Project - PIN 7757830.02, D035315

In lieu of the NICET certification requirements, the Sponsor may accept evidence that the person proposed for employment (1) has satisfactorily performed similar duties as a former NYS Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) employee or (2) has a combination of education and appropriate experience commensurate with the scope of the position in question. Technicians employed by the Consultant that perform field inspection of Portland cement concrete shall possess a current certification from the American Concrete Institute (ACI) as a Concrete field-testing Technician-Grade 1, or have completed all of the following NICET work elements, which are equivalent to the ACI certification: NICET LEVEL I I II II II II NICET CODE 82019 82020 84068 84069 84070 84076 NICET WORK ELEMENT

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Sample Fresh Concrete Slump Test Air Content, Pressure Air Content, Gravimetric Air Content, Volumetric Field Prepared Test Specimens

Inspectors designated as the responsible person in charge of work zone traffic control must have sufficient classroom training, or a combination of classroom training and experience, to develop needed knowledge and skills. Acceptable training should consist of a formal course presented by a recognized training program which includes at least two full days of classroom training. A minimum of two days classroom training is normally required, although one day of classroom training plus responsible experience may be considered. Recognized training providers include American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA), National Safety Council (NSC), Federal Highway Administration's National Highway Institute (FHWA-NHI), and accredited colleges and universities with advanced degree programs in Civilffransportationffraffic Engineering. Former DOT employees may be considered on the basis of at least one day of formal classroom training combined with responsible M PT experience. Technicians employed by the Consultant who perform field inspection of geotechnical construction (earthwork), including, but not limited to embankment construction, subbase placement, structure and culvert backfill placement, and testing of earthwork items for in-place density and/or gradation, shall possess a current certification and/or proof of training from the following organization: North East Transportation Technician Certification Program (NETTCP) Soils and Aggregate Inspector Certification. An alternative to the certificatiOn/training listed above would be proof of previous training (within the past 5 years) of the NYSDOT Earthwork Inspectors School, given by the Department's Geotechnical Engineering Bureau.
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9.07 Scope of ServiceslPerformance Requirements

Quality The Consultant will enforce the specifications and identify in a timely manner to the Sponsor local conditions, methods of construction, errors on the plans or defects in the work or materials which would conflict with the quality of work, and conflict with the successful completion of the project. 377.009.321 30f5 May 2018

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Western Boulevard Construction Project - PIN 7757830.02, D035315

Record Keeping Payments to the Contractor All records must be kept in accordance with the NYSDOT Manual for Uniform Record Keeping as well as any requirements required by the Sponsor. The Consultant must take all measurements and collect all other pertinent information necessary to prepare daily inspection reports, monthly and final estimates, survey notes, record plans showing all changes from contract plans, photographs of various phases of construction, and other pertinent data, records and reports for proper completion of records of the contract to ensure that the Contractor complies with the Contract Plans and Specifications. Any record plans, engineering data, survey notes or other data provided by the Sponsor should be returned to the Sponsor at the completion of the contract. Original tracings of record plans, maps, engineering data, the final estimate and any other engineering data produced by the Consultant will bear the endorsement of the Consultant. Any documents that require an appropriate review and approval of a Professional Engineer (P.E.) licensed and registered to practice in New York State must be signed by the P.E. Unless otherwise modified by this agreement, the Consultant will check, and when acceptable, approve all structural shop drawings.

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The Consultant must submit the final estimate of the contract to the Sponsor within four (4) weeks after the date of acceptance of the contract. All project records must be cataloged, indexed, packaged, and delivered to the Sponsor within five (5) weeks after the date of the acceptance of the contract.

No additional detail provided

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Health SafetylMaintenance and Protection of Traffic

1. The Consultant must ensure that all inspection staff assigned to the project are knowledgeable concerning the health and safety requirements of the contract per Sponsor policy, procedures and specifications and adhere to all standards. Individual inspectors must be instructed relative to the safety concerns for construction operations they are assigned to inspect to protect their personal safety, and to ensure they are prepared to recognize and address any contractor oversight or disregard of project safety requirements.
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2.
The Consultant is responsible for monitoring the Contractor's and Subcontractor's efforts to maintain traffic and protect the public from damage to person and property within the limits of, and for the duration of the contract.

Monitoring Equal OpportunitylLabor Requirements The Consultant must assign to one individual the responsibility of monitoring the Contractor's adherence to Equal. Opportunity and Labor requirements contained in the contract. When monitoring the Contractor's Equal Opportunity and Labor compliance, the Consultant, will utilize the guidance contained in the contract, standard specifications and the Sponsor's policies. The Consultant is also to input required disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE) information into the NYSDOT maintained Equitable Business Opportunities (EBO) database.
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https://www.doLny.gov/dotappiebo

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Section 10 - Estimating Technical Assumptions - PIN 7830.02

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10.01 Estimating Assumptions (Barton Loguidice, D.P.C.)

Section 9 Estimate construction will be for a 7 month duration. Estimated Staffing Hours SVP SME RE eM PET 9.01 Equipment (Hours incorporated in other tasks) 9.02 Inspection (See Staffing Table) 9.03 Construction Manager reporting progress (included in staffing table hours) 9.04 Ethics (Hours incorporated in other tasks) 9.05 Health Safety Requirements Assume initial staff

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meeting at office 9.06 Staff qualifications/training (Hours incorporated in other

tasks) 9.07 Scope of services/performance requirements
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Quality 4 Progress payments/record keeping (1 payment/month) 8. As-Built plans/closeout 16 40 40 Level 1 Load Rating

No additional detail provided

Total 4 16 48 40

Construction Inspection will include but not be limited to: Providing on-site construction inspection and oversight to ensure the quality of construction and conformity with the final plans and specifications. Preparation of as-built plans. Estimate construction will begin on July 1,20]8 and will be completed by May 15,2018.

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Note: Refer to staffing table for miscellaneous hours required for support staff.

377.009.321 50f5 May 2018 ATTACHMENT C Staffing Rates, Hours, Reimbursables, and Fee Exhibit A, Page 1 Salary Schedule

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Barton Loguidice, D.P .C. Western Boulevard Construction Project PIN 7630,02; 0035315

JOB TITLE Principal Senior Vice President Vice President Associate Associate Vice President Senior Managing Architect Senior E gineering Consultant Senior Environmental Consu ant Senior Managing Engineer Senior Mana jng Environmental Scientist Senior Managing Hydrogeologisl Senior Mana ing Hydrogeoloqisl Consullanl Senior PrQI ct Manager Senior Mana lng landscape Architect Project Manager Managing Engineer ManiigingLandscape Architect Manaling Hydrogeoloqisl Construction Manaoer CansuHant Senior Wafer Quality Scientist Senior Land Use Planner Project Consultant Senior Projects En lneer Senior Pro'eet Hvdrogeolo is Senior Project En ineef Managing Environmental Scientist Managing Industrial Hygienisl Senior Pro'ect Landscape Architect Senior En ineer Senior Project Environmental Scientist Pro'ect Engineer Project Architect Project Environmental Scientist - III ssistant Landscape Architect II Engineering Designer I Industrial Hygienist II Intem Architect il Engineer II Land Use Planner II Hydrogeoio is111 Engineer I Environmental Scientist II Hydrogeologisll Environmental Scientist I Residenl Enlineer
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Prin E 9 neering T eehnidan Engineering Technician Senior .D9jneering Technician Senior Designer Senior GIS Anal sl Senior Inspector Desl ner CAD T e<::hnician Assistant Landscape Architect I Land Use Planner I Industria Hygiene Technician Field Technician

ASCE (A) OR NICET (N) GRADE (A) IX (AI IX (AI IX AI VIII AI VIII (A) VI (AI VII AI VII (AI VII AI VII (AI VII (AI VII IAI VII IAI VII IAI VI (AI VI IA) VI (AI VI (AI VI (AI V IA) V IAI V (AI V (AI V (AI V (AI V (AI V AI V (AI V (AI V (AI V (AI IV (AI IV (AI IV AI III IAI III IAI III (AI III IAI 1 IA III IAI II IAI II (AI II (AI II (AI II IAI II IAI II (AI I AI I A) I (AI I N IV (NI IV (N IV (NI IV NI IV (N) III NI III NI II NI II (N) II (N) II NI I NI I AVERAGE MAXIMUM OVERTIM 1 HOURLY RATES HOURLY RATES PRESENT PROJ'D PROJ'O PRESENT PROJ'D PROJ'D 2018 2019 2020 2018 2019 2020 t:;ATEGORY 99.00 101.97 105.03 99.00 101.97 105.03 A 86.10 88.68 91.34 90.00 92.70 95.48 A 73.00 75.19 77.45 78.85 81.22 83.65 A 61.81 63.66 65.57 65.35 67.31 69.33 A 49.50 50.99 52.51 49.50 50.99 52.51 A 100.00 103.00 106.09 100.00 103.00 106.09 8 56.00 57.68 59.41 56.00 57.68 59.41 8 57.50 59.23 61.00 57.SO 59.23 61.00 8 56.04 57.72 59.45 61.50 63.35 65.25 8 62.00 63.86 65.78 62.00 63.86 65.78 8 58.75 60.51 62.33 61.50 63.35 65.25 8 59.00 60.77 62.59 59.00 60.77 62.59 8 59.37 61.15 62.99 62.00 63.86 65.78 8 51.50 53.05 54.64 51.50 53.05 54.64 8 48.00 49.44 50.92 56.00 57.68 59.41 8 47.77 49.20 50.68 53.00 54.59 56.23 8 43.35 44.65 45.99 46.00 47.38 48.80 B 45.35 46.71 m 45.35 46.71 48.11 B 43.SO 44.81 43.50 44.81 46.15 B 50.00 51.50 SO.OO 51.50 53.05 8 44.08 45.40 46.76 51.00 52.53 54.11 8 48.00 49.44 50.92 50.00 51.50 53.05 8 40.00 41.20 42.44 40.00 41.20 42.44 B 44.88 46.23 47.61 50.00 51.50 53.05 8 50.00 51.50 53.05 56.00 57.68 59.41 8 40.68 41.90 43.16 51.00 52.53 54.11 8 44.25 45.58 46.94 44.25 45.58 46.94 8 43.SO 44.81 46.15 S 43.50 44.81 46.15 8 37.00 38.11 39.25 37.00 38.11 39.25 8 37.00 38.11 39.25 S 39.05 40.22 41.43 8 40.00 41.20 42.44 40.00 41.20 42.44 B 34.98 36.03 37.11 36.75 37.85 38.99 B 34.10 35.12 36.18 34.10 35.12 36.18 8 34.10 35.12 36.18 38.50 39.66 40.84 B 29.50 30.39 31.30 S 29.50 30.39 31.30 8 31.35 32.29 33.26 32.20 33.17 34.16 B 28.80 29.66 30.55 28.80 29.66 30.55 B 26.SO 27.30 28.11 26.50 27.30 28.11 B 28.20 29.05 29.92 28.20 29.05 29.92 8 28.25 29.10 29.97 28.25 29.10 29.97 B 24.75 25.49 26.26 24.75 25.49 26.26 8 37.85 38.99 40.16 38.50 39.66 40.84 B 23.80 24.31 25.04 23.6D 24.31 25.04 B 26.80 27.60 28.43 26.80 27.60 28.43 B 29.51 30.40 31.31 30.00 30.90 31.83 B 22.00 22.66 23.34 22.00 22.66 23.34 B 21.40 22.04 22.70 21.40 22.04 22.70 B 27.87 28.71 29.57 30.50 31.42 32.36 B 21.02 21.65 22.30 22.00 22.66 23.34 B 19.90 20.60 21.11 19.90 20.50 21.11 B 16.80 17.30 17.82 16.80 17.30 17.82 B 42.00 43.26 44.56 56.10 57.78 59.52 C 35.18 36.24 37.32 as.6D 37.70 38.63 C 31.79 32.74 33.73 36.SO 37.60 38.72 C 31.70 32.65 33.63 31.70 32.65 33.63 C 26.75 27.55 28.38 26.75 27.55 28.38 C 34.50 35.54 36.60 34.50 35.54 36.60 C 38.00 39.14 40.31 41.85 43.11 44.40 C 25.00 25.75 26.52 25.00 25.75 26.52 C 22.13 22.79 23.48 22.65 23.33 24.03 C 21.40 22.04 22.70 21.40 22.04 22.70 C 20.40 21.01 21.64 20.40 21.01 21.64 C 18.10 18.64 19.20 18.10 18.64 19.20 C 17.85 18.39 18.94 18.35 18.90 19.47 C

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Exhibit B, Page 1 Estimate of Direct Non-Salary Cost

Barton Loguidice, O.P.C. Western Boulevard Construction Project PIN 7830.02; 0035315

1. Travel, Lodging and Subsistence Trips to Site/City by CM Onsite Milage Miscellaneous trips miles per 20 140 miles/trip 500 5 miles/trip Total Mileage 2800 2500 Q 5300 @ 0.545 2,888.50 TOTAL TRAVEL, LODGING, SUBSISTENCE

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2.
Reproduction, Drawings Report each sheets/set sets

Plans, Cross Sections, Etc Daily Work Reports Miscellaneous 0.10 0.05 0.05

10
TOTAL DRAWING, REPORT, REPRODUCTION

65 500 500

3.
Mail, Postage, Shipping, Misc.

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4.
Misc. Appia Licenses 4 each x 1 year @ 1 ,800 4 @ QC.QA Field Compaction/Concrete Testings (Estimated Subcontractor Cost)

No additional detail provided

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TOTAL DIRECT NON - SALARY COST

extension 65.00 25.00 25.00 1800 2,889 115 50 7,200 40,000 50,254 Exhibit C Fee Summary

Barton Loguidice, O.P.C. Western Boulevard Construction Project PIN 7830.02; 0035315

Item lA, Direct Technical Salaries (estimated) subject to audit Item IB, Direct Technical Salaries Premium Portion of overtime subject to audit (estimate) Item II, Direct Non- Salary Cost (estimated) subject to audit Item II Direct Non- Salary Cost (estimated) subject to audit (Sub-Contractor Cost)

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Item III, Overhead (estimated) subject to audit (Office @175 ; Field @ 126 )

Item IV, Fixed Fee (negotiated) Item II Direct Non- Salary Cost (estimated) subject to audit Sub-Consultant Cost DBE Firm Hours shown under B L TOTAL ESTIMATED PROJECT COST MAXIMUM AMOUNT PA YABLE Original Agreement Revised Maximum Amount Payable TOTAL CAlC I 8,901 183,085 8,653 50,300

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0
15,576.23 230,687.13

52,600

0
549,802

550,000 698,500 1,248,500

Res No.5 May 29,2018

To: The Honorable Mayor and City Council

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From: Bradford J. Minnick, City Manager

Subject: Accepting Bid for Western Boulevard Reconstruction Project The City Purchasing Department advertised in the Watertown Daily Times for sealed bids for the Western Boulevard Reconstruction Project. Invitations to bid were issued to prospective bidders, as well as area plan room houses, with a total of two (2) bids being received that were publicly opened and read in the Purchasing Department on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at 11 :00 a.m.
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City Engineer Justin Wood reviewed the bids received with Barton and Loguidice, the City'S consultant on this project, and it is their recommendation that the award be issued to Black Horse Group in the amount of 3,507, 11 0.88 as the lowest qualifying bidder meeting City specifications. The other bid received is detailed in the attached report of Mr. Wood.

A Resolution for City Council consideration is attached. Resolution NO.5 RESOLUTION Page 1 of 1
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Accepting Bid for Western Boulevard Reconstruction Project

Introduced by YEA NAY Total ............................ . WHEREAS the City Purchasing Department has advertised and received sealed bids for the Western Boulevard Reconstruction Project, as per City specifications, and WHEREAS bid invitations were sent prospective bidders, as well as area plan room houses, with two (2) sealed bids submitted to the Purchasing Department, and WHEREAS on Tuesday, May 8, 2018, at 11 :00 a.m., the bids received were publicly opened and read, and WHEREAS the City Engineer Justin Wood reviewed the bids received with the consultant, Barton and Loguidice, and it is their recommendation that the City Council accept the bid submitted by Black Horse Group in the amount of 3,507,110.88, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Watertown accepts the bid of Black Horse Group in the amount of 3,507,110.88 for the Western Boulevard Reconstruction Project as the lowest qualified bidder meeting our specifications, and

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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that acceptance ofthis bid is dependent upon New York State Department of Transportation review of the contract, and

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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Manager is hereby authorized and directed to sign all contracts associated with implementing the award to Black Horse Group.

Seconded by

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CITY OF WATERTOWN, NEW YORK ROOM 305, CITY HALL

245 WASHINGTON STREET WATERTOWN, NEW YORK 13601-3380

E-MAIL jwood@watertown-ny.gov Phone (315) 785-7740 Fax (315) 785-7829 Justin Wood City Engineer MEMORANDUM
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TO: Bradford Minnick, Interim City Manager FROM: Justin Wood City Engineer SUBJECT: Bid 2018-11 Western Boulevard Reconstruction Project DATE: 5/24/2018

The City s Purchasing Department advertised in the Watertown Daily Times on April 11, 2018 calling for sealed bids for the Western Boulevard Reconstruction Project. The City s consultant Barton and Loguidice issued Invitations to prospective bidders including the area plan room houses. The Purchasing Department received two (2) sealed bid submittals which were publically opened and read on May 8, 2018 at 11:00 am, local time. The bid tabulation for the bid is shown below. Black Horse Group, Watertown NY CCI Companies, Canastota NY 3,507,110.88 3,694,425.13 The Engineering Department as well as Barton and Loguidice (Engineer of Record) reviewed the bid submittals for their responsiveness to the bid requirements. It is recommended that City Council award the bid for the Western Boulevard Reconstruction Project to the Black Horse Group for 3,507,110.88 as the lowest responsive responsible bidder. If there are any questions concerning this recommendation, please contact me at your convenience. www.watertown-ny.gov 443 Electronics Parkway, Liverpool, NY 13088 Office: 315-457-5200 Fax: 315-451-0052 BartonandLoguidice.com
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City of Watertown City Hall Engineering Department 245 Washington St., Room 305 Watertown, NY 13601

Attn: Mr. Justin Wood, P.E.

Subj: Bid Results and Award Recommendation Re: Western Boulevard Construction Project PIN 7830.02 File: 377.009.121 Dear Mr. Wood: The purpose of this letter is to provide the Awards Package such that you may submit a recommendation for award to the NYSDOT. Included with this letter is a summary of the bids received on May 8, 2018 for the above referenced project and a recommendation for award. The following RECORD OF BIDS has been tabulated for the Western Boulevard Construction Project. The tabulated contractor bid values received from the City is attached; the following is a summary: WESTERN BOULEVARD IMPROVEMENTS Contractor Bid CCI Companies, Inc. Black Horse Group, LLC

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Engineer s Estimate

3,694,425.13 3,507,110.88 3,679,924.51

In reviewing the bids for Western Boulevard Construction Project, we found that all bids were compliant. All bids were accompanied by 5 bid bonds.

The low bid from Black Horse Group, LLC. is 4.70 lower than B L s Engineer s Estimate. We have reviewed the low bidder s individual bid items and found no unbalanced bid items. Although, numerous errors were present within the item amounts, the difference between total construction cost based on cost per unit and total construction cost submitted by Black Horse Group, LLC. Was 1,572.86. Please review the attached Low Bid Analysis. Items which had a significant price difference are listed below:
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Item 203.02 Unclassified Excavation - 431,305.00 below Engineer s Estimate Item 304.12 Subbase Course, Type 2 - 194,238.00 below Engineer s Estimate Item 699.040001 Mobilization - 97,438.13 below Engineer s Estimate Item 206.0201 Trench and Culvert Excavation - 467,126.00 above Engineer s Estimate Item 619.1701 Temporary Concrete Barrier, Unpinned - 56,947.80 above Engineer s Estimate.

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City of Watertown Engineering Department May 23, 2018 Page 2

Concerning the qualification and experience of Black Horse Group, LLC. They have completed several projects for the United States Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) for Fort Drum, New York utilizing DBE requirements. We have completed inquiries with the following agencies regarding Black Horse Group, LLC. and found no abnormalities:
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General Services Administration NYS Department of State NYS Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration

In accordance with Section 14.4 of the Procedures for Locally Administered Federal Aid Projects, the following items are in the award package:
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Proof of Advertising Copy of signed Proposal for the low bidder including Non-Collusive Bidding Certificate

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(with Purchasing Department) Record of Bids as verification of the Low Bidder Recommendation of Award by Sponsor Provided by the City Documentation of low bidder s good faith effort of DBE participation-provided by Contractor Certification of Low Bidder s Responsibility Copy of Addendum No. 1

We recommend awarding the Western Boulevard Construction Project (PIN 7830.02) to Black Horse Group, LLC. Please call should you have any questions.
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Very truly yours,

BARTON LOGUIDICE, D.P.C.

Mark C. Budosh, P.E. Senior Managing Engineer

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ETC/MCB/jjb

Attachments

LOW BID ANALYSIS Western Boulevard Construction Project (PIN 7830.02)

The City of Watertown received bids for the above referenced project on May 8, 2018; two bids were received. Black Horse Group, LLC. submitted the low bid, which was 4.70 lower than the Engineer s Estimate. Attached is a Low Bid Analysis Summary that shows each contract item bid price submitted by Black Horse Group, LLC. as well as the Engineer s estimated price for each item. Each page shows the items sorted by a different category:

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Item Number (in accordance with NYSDOT s Standard Specifications Construction and Materials)

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Record of Bids sorted by total amount bid (The total bid amount for each item by CCI Companies, Inc.)

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Record of Bids sorted by dollar value difference (The dollar value difference between CCI Companies, Inc. bid, and the Engineer s Estimate)

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Record of Bids sorted by percent difference (The percent difference between CCI Companies, Inc. bid, and the Engineer s Estimate)

There are 66 items (32 above and 34 below) for which Black Horse Group, LLC s, cost per item was more than 20 different than the Engineer s Estimate. We have revisited the quantity work-ups for all 62 items and find no discrepancy with the plan quantities versus the estimated quantities. Of the 32 items above the engineer s estimate, seventeen (17) are each or lump sum items so the chance for quantity overruns is unlikely. Seven (7) of the remaining items, due to the low price and/or low quantity, result in a small difference to the total contract amount (i.e. Item 647.61 is 278 more than the Engineer s Estimate, but is only 500.13 different in total cost). Excluding lump sum and each items, there are eight (8) unit price items that are of significant price difference (> 5,000) AND have a bid price that is more than 20 over the Engineer s Estimate: Item 552.17 Shields and Shoring This item is related to drainage structures for storm water management and is 1900 over the Engineer s Estimate. The price bid is higher than the other bid received and but is consistent with other statewide projects with similar quantities. Item 209.1003 Seed and Mulch - Temporary This item is related to topsoil and turf establishment required and is 800 higher than the engineers estimate and is not consistent with the other bidder on this project nor other statewide projects with similar quantities. Item 206.0201- Trench and Culvert Excavation This item is related to drainage structures and storm water management for the project and is 625 higher than the engineers estimate. The price bid is higher than the other bidder and is not consistent with the statewide average bid price with similar quantities however the bid price is reasonable due to the presence of bedrock within the project limits. Item 619.1701 Temporary Concrete Barrier (Unpinned) This is an item of relatively large quantity and is higher than the other bidder and the statewide average for this item. But is reasonable in regards to the low bid price for Mobilization and Basic Work Zone Traffic Control.
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Item 670.2602 Rigid Plastic Conduit 2 This item is 147 over the Engineer s Estimate. The price bid is higher than the statewide average for this item, but is consistent with the other bid received.

Item 627.50140008 - Cutting Pavement This item is 99 over the Engineer s Estimate and higher than the statewide average for this item but is consistent with the other bid received for this project.

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Item 206.03 Conduit Excavation and Backfill This item is 67 over the Engineer s Estimate and is a major item in this project. The price bid is lower than the other bidder and is consistent with the statewide average for this item.

Item 637.11 Engineers Field Office Type 1 This item is 40 over the Engineer s Estimate and is higher than the statewide average for this item but consistent with the other bid received. Of the 34 items below the Engineer s Estimate, twelve (12) were each or lump sum items so the chance for quantity overruns is unlikely. Nine (9) of the remaining items, due to the low price and/or low quantity, result in a small difference to the total contract amount (i.e. Item 205.050201 is 58 less than the Engineer s Estimate, but is only 1,442.25 different in total cost). Excluding lump sum and each items, there are Thirteen (13) unit prices that are of significant price difference (> 5,000) AND have a bid price that is more than 20 below the Engineer s Estimate: Item 605.1701 Optional Underdrain Pipe, 4 Inch Diameter This item is 76 below the Engineer s Estimate and is a relatively large quantity for which the bid price is consistent with the other bid received project and with the statewide average for this item. Item 663.0112 Ductile Iron Cement Lined Water Pipe, 12 This is 68 below the Engineer s Estimate the bid price and does not have a significant bid history in the Statewide database. Item 203.02 Unclassified Excavation and Disposal This is a major item in the contract and is 61 below the Engineer s Estimate, the other bid received but is higher than the statewide average. The Engineer s Estimate bid price is magnified to account for removal of bedrock.

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Item 610.1602 Turf Establishment - Lawns This is 61 lower than the Engineer s Estimate and is consistent with the statewide average bid price for this item, but is higher than the other bid received.

Item 304.12 Subbase Course, Type 2 This is a major item in the contract and is 59 below the Engineer s Estimate and lower than the other bid received and the statewide average. The Engineer s Estimate is based on the statewide average and recently awarded projects within the region.

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Item 604.302192 Rectangular Drainage Structure Type U for Parallel Bar 12 PCB Frame with Crossbars This item is 58 lower than the Engineer s Estimate but there is not a significant bid history within the statewide database.

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Item 645.5102 Ground Mounted Sign Panels Less than or Equal to 30 SF, with Z-Bars This item is 56 lower than the Engineer s Estimate but is consistent with the other bid received.

Item 203.03 Embankment in Place This item has a large quantity within the contract and is 52 lower than the Engineer s Estimate but is consistent with the other bid received and the statewide average for this item. Item 610.1403 Topsoil Lawns This item is 50 lower than the Engineer s Estimate and also lower than the other bid received and the statewide average for this item.
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Item 604.300671 Rectangular Drainage Structure Type F for Cast Iron F1 Frame This item is 45 lower than the Engineer s Estimate and lower than the other bid received but there is not a significant bid history within the statewide database.

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Item 603.9818 Smooth Interior Corrugated Polyethylene Culvert and Storm 18 Diameter This item is 31 lower than the Engineer s Estimate and the statewide average but is higher than the other bid received.

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Item 608.21000003 Cast Iron Embedded Detectable Warning Units This item is 25 below the Engineer s Estimate but is consistent with the statewide average for this quantity.

Item 609.0401 Cast-In-Place Concrete Curb, Type VF 150 This is a major item in the contract and is 22 below the Engineer s Estimate but is consistent with the other bid received.

All quantities will be closely scrutinized in the field to avoid costly overruns. Examination of the remainder of Black Horse Group, LLC. s bid shows a general overall agreement with the Engineer s Estimate. DATE BIDS RECEIVED: May 8th, 2018 @ 2:30 PM
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FOR: WESTERN BOULEVARD CONSTRUCTION PROJECT PIN 7830.02

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ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY COST/UNIT AMOUNT COST/UNIT AMOUNT COST/UNIT AMOUNT 202.010001 DISPOSAL OF BUILDINGS LS 1.00 60,000.00 60,000.00 13,663.60 13,663.60 40,000.00 40,000.00

203.02 UNCLASSIFIED EXCAVATION AND DISPOSAL CY 9350.0 40.00 374,000.00 28.90 270,215.00 75.00 701,250.00 203.03 EMBANKMENT IN PLACE CY 1350.0 9.00 12,150.00 8.09 10,921.50 17.00 22,950.00 203.07 SELECT GRANULAR FILL CY 1500.0 45.00 67,500.00 33.49 50,235.00 30.00 45,000.00

205.0201 SEGREGATION AND STORAGE OF CONTAMINATED SOIL LS 1.0 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,583.63 1,583.63 2,000.00 2,000.00 205.050201 DISPOSAL OF CONTAMINATED NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE SOIL TON 5.0 150.00 750.00 211.55 1,057.75 500.00 2,500.00

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206.0201 TRENCH AND CULVERT EXCAVATION CY 3400.0 100.00 340,000.00 159.39 541,926.00 22.00 74,800.00 206.03 CONDUIT EXCAVATION BACKFILL LF 4400.0 38.00 167,200.00 25.07 110,308.00 15.00 66,000.00 207.21 GEOTEXTILE SEPARATION SY 9500.0 0.75 7,125.00 1.64 15,580.00 1.25 11,875.00

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209.1003 SEED AND MULCH - TEMPORARY SY 1563.0 0.70 1,094.10 6.75 10,550.25 0.75 1,172.25 209.13 SILT FENCE-TEMPORARY LF 1200.0 4.00 4,800.00 4.28 5,136.00 3.50 4,200.00

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209.1702 DRAINAGE STRUCTURE INLET PROTECTION, GRAVEL BAG - TEMPORARY CY 5.0 66.00 330.00 534.59 2,672.95 250.00 1,250.00 210.1303 REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL OF FLOORING/MASTIC ACM LS 1.0 37,000.00 37,000.00 19,266.00 19,266.00 5,000.00 5,000.00

304.12 SUBBASE COURSE, TYPE 2 CY 6600.0 44.00 290,400.00 20.57 135,762.00 50.00 330,000.00 402.000013 PLANT PRODUCTION QUALITY ADJUSTMENT TO HMA ITEMS QU 256.0 85.00 21,760.00 85.00 21,760.00 85.00 21,760.00 402.097203 9.5 F2 TOP COURSE HMA,70 SERIES COMPACTION TON 735.0 95.00 69,825.00 111.38 81,864.30 95.00 69,825.00 402.197903 19 F9 BINDER COURSE HMA, 70 SERIES COMPACTION TON 1020.0 107.00 109,140.00 100.26 102,265.20 85.00 86,700.00 402.377903 37.5 F3 BASE COURSE HMA, 70 SERIES COMPACTION TON 3035.0 80.00 242,800.00 94.40 286,504.00 80.00 242,800.00
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407.0102 DILUTED TACK COAT GAL 2650.0 6.00 15,900.00 2.22 5,883.00 3.00 7,950.00 418.7603 ASPHALT PAVEMENT JOINT ADHESIVE LF 2300.0 1.50 3,450.00 1.03 2,369.00 0.30 690.00

552.17 SHIELDS AND SHORING SF 6380.0 0.80 5,104.00 3.00 19,140.00 0.15 957.00 603.171316 GALVANIZED STEEL END SECTIONS - PIPE (2-2/3 X 1/2 CORRUGATIONS) 21 INCH DIAMETER, 16 GAUGE EA 1.0 222.00 222.00 434.84 434.84 500.00 500.00

603.9815 SMOOTH INTERIOR CORRUGATED POLYETHYLENE CULVERT AND STORM 15 DIAMETER LF 240.0 22.00 5,280.00 30.08 7,219.20 50.00 12,000.00 603.9818 SMOOTH INTERIOR CORRUGATED POLYETHYLENE CULVERT AND STORM 18 DIAMETER LF 720.0 16.00 11,520.00 37.92 27,302.40 55.00 39,600.00 603.9824 SMOOTH INTERIOR CORRUGATED POLYETHYLENE CULVERT AND STORM 24 DIAMETER LF 1110.0 21.00 23,310.00 44.55 49,450.50 55.00 61,050.00

604.070301 ALTERING DRAINAGE STRUCTURES, LEACHING BASINS, AND MANHOLES (CONNECT TO EXISTING STRUCTURE) EA 1.0 1,400.00 1,400.00 3,637.15 3,637.15 2,000.00 2,000.00 604.070302 ALTERING DRAINAGE STRUCTURES, LEACHING BASINS, AND MANHOLES (REPLACE FRAME AND CONNECT TO PROPOSED STRUCTURE) EA 1.0 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,237.90 1,237.90 3,000.00 3,000.00 604.070303 ALTERING DRAINAGE STRUCTURES, LEACHING BASINS, AND MANHOLES (CONNECT PROPOSED PIPES TO EXISTING STRUCTURE) EA 1.0 1,500.00 1,500.00 2,378.03 2,378.03 2,000.00 2,000.00 604.070304 ALTERING DRAINAGE STRUCTURES, LEACHING BASINS, AND MANHOLES (REMOVE EXISTING STRUCTURE AND CONNECT PIPES TO PROPOSED) EA 1.0 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,823.69 1,823.69 2,000.00 2,000.00 604.070305 ALTERING DRAINAGE STRUCTURES, LEACHING BASINS, AND MANHOLES (CONNECTPROPOSED PIPE TO EXISTING PIPE) EA 1.0 1,500.00 1,500.00 908.26 908.26 2,000.00 2,000.00 604.300671 RECTANGULAR DRAINAGE STRUCTURE TYPE F FOR CAST IRON F1 FRAME LF 64.0 700.00 44,800.00 357.00 22,848.00 650.00 41,600.00 604.301911 RECTANGULAR DRAINAGE STRUCTURE TYPE S FOR PARALLEL BAR 10 PCB FRAME WITH CROSSBARS LF 19.0 450.00 8,550.00 377.75 7,177.25 650.00 12,350.00 604.302192 RECTANGULAR DRAINAGE STRUCTURE TYPE U FOR PARALLEL BAR 12 PCB FRAME WITH CROSSBARS LF 65.0 480.00 31,200.00 275.44 17,903.60 650.00 42,250.00

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604.4048 ROUND PRECAST CONCRETE MANHOLE TYPE 48 LF 6.0 350.00 2,100.00 365.59 2,193.54 550.00 3,300.00 604.4072 ROUND PRECAST CONCRETE MANHOLE TYPE 72 LF 8.0 470.00 3,760.00 470.26 3,762.08 600.00 4,800.00 605.4096 ROUND PRECAST CONCRETE MANHOLE TYPE 96 LF 19.0 720.00 13,680.00 726.96 13,812.24 650.00 12,350.00

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604.51020515 STORMWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM (SWTS) (MAXIMUM FLOW CAPACITY OF 63 GAL/SEC) EA 1.0 50,000.00 50,000.00 32,601.63 32,601.63 35,000.00 35,000.00 605.1001 UNDERDRAIN FILTER, TYPE 2 CY 470.0 61.00 28,670.00 62.24 29,252.80 55.00 25,850.00 605.1701 OPTIONAL UNDERDRAIN PIPE, 4 INCH DIAMETER LF 5100.0 3.00 15,300.00 2.84 14,484.00 12.00 61,200.00

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Tagged Passions:stormwater

607.97000008 REMOVE AND RESET EXISTING FENCE LF 80.0 29.00 2,320.00 73.35 5,868.00 67.00 5,360.00 608.0101 CONCRETE SIDEWALKS AND DRIVEWAYS CY 50.0 600.00 30,000.00 585.07 29,253.50 600.00 30,000.00

Tagged Passions:streets and Pedestrian

608.01020009 FIBER REINFORCED COLORED AND IMPRINTED PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE SIDEWALK, CLASS D CY 300.0 900.00 270,000.00 934.55 280,365.00 900.00 270,000.00 608.020102 ASPHALT CONCRETE SIDEWALKS, DRIVEWAYS AND BICYCLE PATHS TON 330.0 110.00 36,300.00 143.36 47,308.80 150.00 49,500.00

Tagged Passions:telecommunications, streets, Telecommunications, Bicycles, Pedestrian, and bicycles

608.21000003 CAST IRON EMBEDDED DETECTABLE WARNING UNITS SY 45.0 260.00 11,700.00 338.56 15,235.20 450.00 20,250.00 608.72165108 BOLLARD-FIXED GROUND MOUNTED, WITHOUT LIGHTING, WIDTH OVER 11 , HEIGHT OVER 30 TO 36 EA 1.0 1,800.00 1,800.00 1,093.04 1,093.04 500.00 500.00 609.72165208 BOLLARD-FIXED GROUND MOUNTED, WITHOUT LIGHTING, WIDTH OVER 11 , HEIGHT OVER 30 TO 36 EA 1.0 1,800.00 1,800.00 1,093.04 1,093.04 500.00 500.00

609.0401 CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE CURB TYPE VF150 LF 6000.0 17.00 102,000.00 19.46 116,760.00 25.00 150,000.00 609.0403 CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE CURB TYPE M150 LF 895.0 25.00 22,375.00 30.43 27,234.85 30.00 26,850.00 609.0407 CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE CURB TYPE T100 LF 320.0 28.00 8,960.00 30.23 9,673.60 35.00 11,200.00 610.1101 MULCH FOR PLANTING TYPE A, B D - WOOD CHIPS AND SHREDDED BARK CY 25.0 47.00 1,175.00 45.60 1,140.00 40.00 1,000.00 610.1403 TOPSOIL - LAWNS CY 375.0 77.00 28,875.00 45.34 17,002.50 90.00 33,750.00 610.1404 TOPSOIL - SPECIAL PLANTING MIX CY 340.0 170.00 57,800.00 74.82 25,438.80 70.00 23,800.00 610.1602 TURF ESTABLISHMENT - LAWNS SY 2300.0 0.60 1,380.00 1.58 3,634.00 4.00 9,200.00

610.18 SODDING SY 175.0 8.50 1,487.50 19.79 3,463.25 20.00 3,500.00 611.0111 PLANTING - MAJOR DECIDUOUS TREES - SIZE AS SPECIFIED BALL BURLAP, FIELD POTTED OR FIELD BOXED EA 42.0 295.00 12,390.00 462.11 19,408.62 250.00 10,500.00 611.0211 PLANTING - MINOR DECIDUOUS TREES - SIZE AS SPECIFIED BALL BURLAP, FIELD POTTED OR FIELD BOXED EA 29.0 285.00 8,265.00 450.71 13,070.59 400.00 11,600.00 611.0411 PLANTING DECIDUOUS SHRUBS - AS SPECIFIED BALL BURLAP, FIELD POTTED OR FIELD BOXED EA 40.0 35.00 1,400.00 118.54 4,741.60 300.00 12,000.00 611.0711 PLANTING - HERBACEOUS PLANTS - AS SPECIFIED CONTAINER GROWN EA 228.0 12.50 2,850.00 28.04 6,393.12 20.00 4,560.00 619.01 BASIC WORK ZONE TRAFFIC CONTROL LS 1.0 150,000.00 150,000.00 100,698.02 100,698.02 127,101.47 127,101.47 619.04 TYPE III CONSTRUCTION BARRICADE EACH 170 100.00 17,000.00 168.45 28,636.50 85.00 14,450.00

Tagged Passions:plant, health insurance, trees, traffic, and construction

619.100101 INTERIM PAVEMENT MARKINGS, STRIPES (TRAFFIC PAINT) LF 4270.0 0.50 2,135.00 0.57 2,433.90 1.00 4,270.00 619.1701 TEMPORARY CONCRETE BARRIER, (UNPINNED) LF 1820.0 17.35 31,577.00 51.29 93,347.80 20.00 36,400.00

Tagged Passions:traffic

625.01 SURVEY OPERATIONS LS 1.0 80,000.00 80,000.00 42,413.70 42,413.70 63,550.74 63,550.74 627.50140008 CUTTING PAVEMENT LF 2310.0 5.00 11,550.00 5.96 13,767.60 3.00 6,930.00

RECORD OF BIDS LOW BIDDER

ENGINEER'S ESTIMATE BLACK HORSE GROUP, LLC 800 STARBUCK AVE, SUITE AB-100 WATERTOWN, NY, 13601 CCI COMPANIES, INC. 7138 MOUNT PLEASANT ROAD CANASTOTA, NY 13032NOTE: AMOUNTS HIGHLIGHTED IN YELLOW ARE ERRORS WITHIN THE SUBMITTED BID SHEETS. THE CORRECT VALUES ARE AS SHOWN. DATE BIDS RECEIVED: May 8th, 2018 @ 2:30 PM
Tagged Passions:streets, pets, RFP, and rfp

FOR: WESTERN BOULEVARD CONSTRUCTION PROJECT PIN 7830.02

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Tagged Passions:streets and construction

ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY COST/UNIT AMOUNT COST/UNIT AMOUNT COST/UNIT AMOUNT

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RECORD OF BIDS LOW BIDDER

ENGINEER'S ESTIMATE BLACK HORSE GROUP, LLC 800 STARBUCK AVE, SUITE AB-100 WATERTOWN, NY, 13601 CCI COMPANIES, INC. 7138 MOUNT PLEASANT ROAD CANASTOTA, NY 13032NOTE: AMOUNTS HIGHLIGHTED IN YELLOW ARE ERRORS WITHIN THE SUBMITTED BID SHEETS. THE CORRECT VALUES ARE AS SHOWN.
Tagged Passions:streets, pets, RFP, and rfp

637.03 CONCRETE CYLINDER CURING BOX EA 1.0 1,200.00 1,200.00 684.00 684.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 637.11 ENGINEER'S FIELD OFFICE - TYPE 1 MNTH 7.0 2,500.00 17,500.00 2,795.06 19,565.42 2,000.00 14,000.00 637.25 DIGITAL CAMCORDER DC 500.0 1.00 500.00 1.00 500.00 1.00 500.00 637.26 RAIN GAUGE EA 1.0 150.00 150.00 282.15 282.15 250.00 250.00 637.34 OFFICE TECHNOLOGY AND SUPPLIES DC 6000.0 1.00 6,000.00 1.00 6,000.00 1.00 6,000.00 637.36 CONSTRUCTION TESTING SUPPLIES - CONSUMABLES DC 100.0 1.00 100.00 1.00 100.00 1.00 100.00

Tagged Passions:Technology, technology, and construction

645.5102 GROUND-MOUNTED SIGN PANELS LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 30 SF, WITH Z-BARS SF 183.0 19.50 3,568.50 21.77 3,983.91 50.00 9,150.00 645.5202 GROUND-MOUNTED SIGN PANELS LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 30 SF, WITH Z-BARS, HIGH-VISIBILITY SHEETING SF 90.6 21.30 1,929.78 20.81 1,885.39 25.00 2,265.00

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645.81 TYPE A SIGN POSTS EA 57.0 300.00 17,100.00 244.85 13,956.45 120.00 6,840.00 645.81020003 RETROREFLECTIVE SIGN POST STRIP EA 16.0 58.00 928.00 77.62 1,241.92 30.00 480.00

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647.61 REMOVE AND DISPOSE SIGNS, GROUND MOUNTED TYPE A SIGN AND FOUNDATIONS SIZE I (UNDER 30 SQUARE FEET) EA 9.0 313.00 2,817.00 75.57 680.13 20.00 180.00 655.0804 CAST FRAME F1, UNMOUNTABLE CURB BOX CU1 PARALLEL BAR GRATE 6 PCB WITH CROSS BARS EA 10.0 1,600.00 16,000.00 1,167.44 11,674.40 1,000.00 10,000.00 655.0901 PARALLEL BAR FRAME 10 PCB PARALLEL BAR GRATE 10 PCB WITH CROSS BARS EA 4.0 2,000.00 8,000.00 854.07 3,416.28 900.00 3,600.00 655.0903 PARALLEL BAR FRAME 12 PCB PARALLEL BAR GRATE 12 PCB WITH CROSS BARS EA 11.0 1,600.00 17,600.00 1,139.07 12,529.77 850.00 9,350.00 655.1202 MANHOLE FRAME AND COVER EA 4.0 2,000.00 8,000.00 1,337.72 5,350.88 750.00 3,000.00

662.60000108 FURNISHING ELECTRICAL SERVICE DC 5000.0 1.00 5,000.00 1.00 5,000.00 1.00 5,000.00 663.0112 DUCTILE IRON CEMENT LINED WATER PIPE, 12 LF 85.0 100.00 8,500.00 88.95 7,560.75 275.00 23,375.00 663.0607 COPPER WATER SEVICE PIPE, 2 LF 20.0 160.00 3,200.00 34.84 696.80 75.00 1,500.00

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, and water

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