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REGULAR MEETING OF THE AURORA CITY COUNCIL

3/14/2019

NOTE: The City Council has a responsibility to advise its citizens of its meetings and the topics it proposes to discuss. The following agenda shows

the proposed format for tonight's set of meetings. The first meeting is held for the sole purpose of determining whether Council will adjourn into executive session, a non-public meeting, at which only permissible topics can be discussed. After this decision is made, Council will adjourn its regular Council meeting until 7:30 p.m. Council will consider the business listed on the agendas below at the times indicated. In the event that a City Council meeting is cancelled, items from this agenda may be postponed to the next City Council meeting or a future City Council meeting. You may contact the City Clerk s Office for further details or visit our web site at www.auroragov.org.
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AGENDA City of Aurora, Colorado

MONDAY, MARCH 18, 2019

REGULAR MEETING OF THE AURORA CITY COUNCIL (Open to the Public)

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5th Floor Mt. Elbert Room 4:00 p.m.

CALL TO ORDER: Mayor, Bob LeGare

ROLL CALL: Stephen Ruger, City Clerk

ANNOUNCEMENT OF PROPOSED EXECUTIVE SESSION TOPICS: Stephen Ruger, City Clerk for Mayor, Bob LeGare

(Matters subject to consideration in Executive Session per Section 24-6-402(4) C.R.S.)

CONSIDERATION TO RECESS FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION:

EXECUTIVE SESSION (Closed to the Public)

5th Floor Mt. Elbert Room 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

STUDY SESSION

(Open to the Public) 1st Floor Aurora Room 5:00 p.m. - 7:10 p.m.

REGULAR MEETING OF THE AURORA CITY COUNCIL

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(Open to the Public) Reconvene at 7:30 p.m. - Council Chambers

Full agendas available in the City Clerk's Office or at www.auroragov.org.

CITY OF AURORA ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT: The Aurora Municipal Center is wheelchair accessible

with entry ramps and handicapped parking located on the west and east side of the building and on all levels of the parking garage. Ramp access from

the parking garage is located on the Ground Floor and the 4th level of the garage. Council Chambers is equipped with a wheelchair lift for access to the front of Council Chambers. Hearing devices may be requested from the City Clerk prior to the Council meeting. Disabled individuals requiring other assistance must make their request known by NOON, the FRIDAY PRECEDING the Monday City Council meetings by contacting the City Clerk s Office at 303-739-7094.
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March 18, 2019 Study Session, Page 1

AGENDA

City Council Executive Session

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(5th Floor Mt. Elbert Room - Closed to the Public) Monday, March 18, 2019

4:00 p.m.

ROLL CALL

MOTION TO ENTER INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION

1. Security Arrangements Courtney Tran, MSW/John Wilton, Police Sargent (15)

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2. Oil Gas Operator Agreements Christine McKenney, Client Group Manager (20/10)

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Note: Matters subject to consideration in Executive Session may include the following:

a. Property Transactions, to wit: The purchase, acquisition, lease, transfer, or sale of any real,

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personal, or other property interest; except for the purpose of concealing the fact that a member of the [City Council] has a personal interest in

such purchase, acquisition, lease, transfer, or sale. C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(a).
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b. Legal Advice, to wit: Conferences with an attorney for the [City Council] for the purposes of

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receiving legal advice on specific legal questions. C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(b).

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c. Confidential Matters, to wit: Matters required to be kept confidential by a federal or state law,

rule, or regulation. The specific statute or rule or regulation that is the basis for such confidentiality must be cited prior to the executive

session. C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(c).
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d. Security Issues, to wit: Specialized details of security arrangements or investigations. C.R.S.

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24-6-402(d).

e. Negotiations, to wit: Determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to

negotiations; developing strategy for negotiations; and instructing negotiators. C.R.S. 24-6- 402(e).

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f. Personnel Matters (except if the employee who is the subject of the session has requested an

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open meeting, or, if the personnel matter involves more than one employee, all of the employees have requested an open meeting). C.R.S.

24-6-402(4)(f).
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g. Confidential Documents, to wit: Consideration of any documents protected by the mandatory

nondisclosure provisions of the Open Records Act. C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(g).

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As the Mayor (or Mayor Pro Tem) of the City of Aurora, Colorado, and the Chair of this Regular Meeting of the Aurora City Council, I hereby certify

that the discussion which took place in this executive session was limited to the topic or topics that are set forth hereinabove.
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_____________________________ ________________________ Bob LeGare, Mayor Date

As the City Attorney (or Deputy City Attorney) of the City of Aurora I was in attendance at this executive session, and it is my opinion that those

portions of the discussion which were not recorded, if any, constitute privileged attorney-client communications under applicable law.
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_____________________________ ________________________ City Attorney Date

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March 18, 2019 Study Session, Page 2

AGENDA

City Council Study Session (1st Floor Aurora Room) Monday, March 18, 2019

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5:00 p.m.

1. ITEMS FROM THE MAYOR

a. Executive Session Update

b. Mayor s Update

c. 720 Memorial Foundation Sponsorship

d. Issue Update

2. CONSENT CALENDAR (The following items require formal action)

a. Reappointment of three (3) and appointment of one (1) members to the Golf Course

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Advisory Committee STAFF SOURCE: Stephen Ruger, City Clerk

b. Inclusion of Key Bank Property in The Point Metro District (This item also

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appears on the March 18, 2019 Regular Meeting) STAFF SOURCE: Cesarina Dancy, Development Project Manager

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c. Peace Officer Mental Health Grant (This item also appears on the March 18,

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2019 Regular Meeting) STAFF SOURCE: Lieutenant Randal Moody, Police

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d. FY2020 Grey and Black Marijuana Enforcement Grant (This item also appears on

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the March 18, 2019 Regular Meeting) STAFF SOURCE: Lieutenant Scott Torpen, Police

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3. ITEMS FROM THE POLICY COMMITTEES (The following items require formal action)

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a. Proposed Marijuana Tax Revenue Fund Ordinance Management and Finance Policy

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Committee (This item also appears on the March 18, 2019 Regular Meeting) (5/5)

Presenter: Greg Hays, Budget Officer

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b. 2019 Private Activity Bond Allocation Housing, Neighborhood Services, and

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Redevelopment (10/10) Presenter: Christopher Davis, Community Development Supervisor

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4. ITEMS FROM THE MANAGER (The following item requires No formal action)

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a. Tri-County Health Department Presentation/Update (20/10) Presenter: Dr. John Douglas, Executive Director

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b. State Legislative Update (10/20) Presenter: Roberto Venegas, Assistant City Manager

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c. Aerotropolis Regional Transportation Authority (ARTA) Update (5)

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Presenter: Jason Batchelor, Deputy City Manager

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5. ITEMS FROM THE CITY COUNCIL

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a. Colorado Municipal League (CML)/National League of Cities (NLC) Mayor Pro Tem Roth

b. Legislative Update Council Member Richardson

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March 18, 2019 Study Session, Page 3

c. Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) Mayor Pro Tem Roth

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d. Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority (FRA) Update Mayor LeGare

e. E-470 Update Council Member Bergan

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f. Aurora Economic Development Council (AEDC) Update Council Member Berzins

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g. Accelerate Colorado Council Member Berzins

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h. Visit Aurora Council Member Richardson

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i. Aurora Sister Cities Council Member Gruber

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CALL-UPS OF COUNCIL POLICY COMMITTEE ITEMS

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS

ITEMS REMOVED FROM THE AGENDA, IF ANY

POLICY COMMITTEE MINUTES

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3/14/2019

The City Charter prescribes the Mayor may vote on resolutions and ordinances only to create or break a tie vote of Council Members present. The Mayor

Pro-Tem is always permitted to vote on all items.
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AGENDA

Regular Meeting of the Aurora City Council City Council Chambers

Monday, March 18, 2019 7:30 p.m.

NOTE: Interested citizens wishing to address City Council should complete a SPEAKER SLIP and present it to the City Clerk stationed near the Council

dais. Speaker Slips are located on the table by the Council Chambers entrance. Speakers on items not related to the agenda are allowed three minutes to speak. Council does not engage in discussion during this time.

1. RECONVENE REGULAR MEETING OF MARCH 18, 2019 AND CALL TO ORDER

2. ROLL CALL Stephen Ruger, City Clerk

3. INVOCATION Pastor Debbie Stafford, Aurora Mental Health Center

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4. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG (all standing)

5. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF MARCH 4, 2019

6. CEREMONY

7. PUBLIC INVITED TO BE HEARD (non-agenda related issues only)

8. ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

9. CONSENT CALENDAR - 9a-k

General Business

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a. Consideration to AWARD A COMPETITIVELY BID CONTRACT to Jordy and Company,

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Denver, Colorado in the amount of 67,247.90 for the Central Facilities Main Gate Replacement Project, Project Number 5687A. STAFF SOURCE: Katrina

Rodriguez, Engineering Supervisor, Public Works
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b. Consideration to AWARD A SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT to Geophysical Survey Systems

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Inc., Nashua, NH in the amount of 59,989.40 to purchase a Ground Penetrating Radar Road Scanning System for the Public Works Department. STAFF

SOURCE: Cindy Colip, Acting Deputy Director, Public Works
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c. Consideration to AWARD A SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT to Infor Public Sector Inc.,

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Alpharetta, Georgia in the amount of 286,800.00 for an enterprise license upgrade on the asset management software system through March 2020. STAFF

SOURCE: Aleta Jeffress, Chief Information Digital Officer, Information Technology
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d. Consideration to award a SINGLE SOURCE CONTRACT to Dewberry Engineers, Inc.,

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Denver, Colorado in the amount of 346,223.00 for design engineering services associated with the Rampart Raw Water Delivery System Phase 6

Improvements Project. STAFF SOURCE: Steven Fiori, Project Delivery Services Manager, Aurora Water
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e. Consideration to AWARD A SINGLE SOURCE CONTRACT to Evoqua Water

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Technologies LLC, Sarasota, Florida in the amount not to exceed 295,000.00 to cover the cost of Akta Klor 25 water treatment chemical (Sodium

Chlorite) through February 2020. STAFF SOURCE: Bobby Oligo, Manager of Water Treatment, Aurora Water
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March 18, 2019 City Council Agenda Page 2

3/14/2019 The City Charter prescribes the Mayor may vote on resolutions and ordinances only to create or break a tie

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vote of Council Members present. The Mayor Pro-Tem is always permitted to vote on all items.

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f. Consideration to award a SINGLE SOURCE CONTRACT to Root Policy Research, Denver, Colorado in the not-to-exceed amount of 75,000.00 to develop a

Housing Policy Toolkit. STAFF SOURCE: George Adams, Director, Planning and Development Services
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Final Ordinances

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g. 2019-05 Consideration of AN ORDINANCE FOR ADOPTION of the City Council of the City of

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Aurora, Colorado, rezoning 5.2 acres more or less at the Southeast corner of South Chambers Road and East 32nd Avenue from Highway Service District

(B-3) to Light Industrial District (M-1) and amending the zoning map accordingly (Penske Truck Rental Expansion - Rezone) STAFF SOURCE: Daniel Dan Osoba, Planner, Planning Development Services
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h. 2019-06 Consideration of AN ORDINANCE FOR ADOPTION of the City Council of the City of

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Aurora, Colorado, amending Section 14-4 of the City Code related to impoundment; court proceedings; surrender of animals. STAFF SOURCE: Julie

Heckman, Client Manager, City Attorney
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i. 2019-08 Consideration of AN ORDINANCE FOR ADOPTION of the City Council of the City of

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Aurora, Colorado, adding Section 94-84 to the City Code Related to Reducing Identify Theft by Prohibiting Criminal Possession of Identification

Documents and Financial Devices. STAFF SOURCE: Sergeant Daniel Courtenay, Police
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j. 2019-09 Consideration of AN ORDINANCE FOR ADOPTION of the City Council of the City of

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Aurora, Colorado, amending Section 126 of the City Code of the City of Aurora, Colorado, regarding undergrounding of utilities. STAFF SOURCE: Hector

Reynoso, Manager Real Property Services, Public Works
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k. 2019-10 Consideration of AN ORDINANCE FOR ADOPTION of the City Council of the City of

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Aurora, Colorado, amending Section 146-1254 of the Aurora City Code, as it pertains to Mobile Food Trucks in the City. STAFF SOURCE: Trevor Vaughn,

Manager of Tax and Licensing, Finance
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10. RESOLUTIONS

a. R2019-17 Consideration to APPROVE A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Aurora,

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Colorado, approving the inclusion of real property into the boundaries of The Point Metropolitan District. (This item also appears on the March 18,

2019 Study Session) (Due to this item being dual listed, the backup is included in item 2b of the Study Session Packet.) STAFF SOURCE: Cesarina Dancy, Development Project Manager, General Management
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11. PUBLIC HEARING WITH RELATED ORDINANCE

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a. 2019-11 PUBLIC HEARING and Consideration of AN ORDINANCE FOR INTRODUCTION of the

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City Council of the City of Aurora, Colorado, rezoning 7.6 acres more or less approximately 400 feet east of the Intersection of East Hampden Avenue

and South Picadilly Road from Low Density Residential (R-1) to e-470 Buckley research and development subarea and amending the zoning map accordingly. (EAST QUINCY HIGHLANDS REZONE) STAFF SOURCE: Daniel Dan Osoba, Planner, Planning Development Services
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March 18, 2019 Study Session, Page 6

March 18, 2019 City Council Agenda Page 3

3/14/2019 The City Charter prescribes the Mayor may vote on resolutions and ordinances only to create or break a tie

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vote of Council Members present. The Mayor Pro-Tem is always permitted to vote on all items.

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12. PUBLIC HEARING WITHOUT RELATED ORDINANCE

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a. R2019-18 PUBLIC HEARING and Consideration OF A HEIGHT WAIVER for a 110' Clock Tower at

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the Aurora Highlands in the e-470 Medium Density Residential Sub-Area. STAFF SOURCE: Deborah Bickmire, Planner II, Planning Development Services

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13. ORDINANCES FOR INTRODUCTION

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a. 2019-12 Consideration of AN ORDINANCE FOR INTRODUCTION of the City Council of the City

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of Aurora, Colorado, adopting the 2019 Ward Map. STAFF SOURCE: Karen Goldman, Contract Consultant, General Management

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b. 2019-13 Consideration of AN ORDINANCE FOR INTRODUCTION of the City Council of the City

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of Aurora, Colorado, authorizing the continuing appropriation of funds from the Marijuana Tax Revenue Fund for the City of Aurora's Homelessness

Program. (This item also appears on the March 18, 2019 Study Session) (Due to this item being dual listed, the backup is included in item 3a of the Study Session Packet.) STAFF SOURCE: Greg Hays, Budget Officer, Finance
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14. RECONSIDERATIONS AND CALL-UPS

15. GENERAL BUSINESS

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a. Consideration to appoint four (4) members to the Human Relations Commission. STAFF SOURCE: Stephen Ruger, City Clerk, General Management

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b. Consideration to appoint one (1) member to the Cultural Affairs Commission. STAFF

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SOURCE: Stephen Ruger, City Clerk, General Management

c. Consideration to appoint one (1) member to the Aurora Fox Arts Center Board. STAFF

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SOURCE: Stephen Ruger, City Clerk, General Management

d. Consideration for approval of a GRANT APPLICATION by the City Council of the City of

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Aurora, Colorado, regarding the Department of Local Affairs Peace Officer Mental Health Support Grant Program. (This item also appears on the March

18, 2019 Study Session) (Due to this item being dual listed, the backup is included in item 2c of the Study Session Packet.) STAFF SOURCE: Lieutenant Randal Moody, Police
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e. Consideration for approval of a GRANT APPLICATION by the City Council of the City of

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Aurora, Colorado, regarding the fiscal year 2020 Grey and Black Marijuana Enforcement Grant. (This item also appears on the March 18, 2019 Study

Session) (Due to this item being dual listed, the backup is included in item 2d of the Study Session Packet.) STAFF SOURCE: Lieutenant Scott Torpen, Police
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16. REPORTS

a. Report by the Mayor

b. Reports by the Council

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17. PUBLIC INVITED TO BE HEARD

18. ADJOURNMENT

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DRAFT

The City Charter prescribes the Mayor may vote on resolutions and ordinances only to create or break a tie vote of Council Members present. The Mayor

Pro-Tem is always permitted to vote on all items.
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MINUTES

Regular Meeting Aurora City Council

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Monday, March 4, 2019

1. RECONVENE REGULAR MEETING OF MARCH 4, 2019 AND CALL TO ORDER

Mayor LeGare reconvened the regular meeting of City Council at 7:31 p.m.

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2. ROLL CALL Stephen Ruger, City Clerk

COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor LeGare, Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson

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COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Gruber

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3. INVOCATION Pastor Mark Alderton, Sovereign Grace Church

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4. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG (all standing)

5. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF FEBRUARY 25, 2019

Motion by Berzins, second by Bergan, to approve the minutes of the meeting of February 25, 2019, as presented.

CALL TO ORDER REGULAR MEETING

Mayor LeGare convened the regular meeting of City Council at 3:05 p.m.

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ROLL CALL

PRESIDING: Mayor LeGare

COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Gruber OFFICIALS PRESENT:

City Manager Twombly, Interim City Attorney
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Brotzman, City Clerk Ruger COUNCIL MEMBERS ARRIVING AFTER ROLL CALL: None

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City Clerk Ruger announced the proposed items for discussion at executive session.

CONSIDERATION TO RECESS FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION

Motion by Bergan, second by Roth, to recess for executive session.

Voting Aye: Mayor LeGare, Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson

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Abstaining: None

The executive session was recorded pursuant to the requirements of state law.

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The City Charter prescribes the Mayor may vote on resolutions and ordinances only to create or break a tie vote of Council Members present. The Mayor

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Voting Aye: Mayor LeGare, Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson

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Abstaining: None

6. CEREMONY

a. Proclaiming March 2019 as Women s History Month Mayor LeGare

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Mayor LeGare invited Mercelle Seale, Communications Director, Colorado Christian Fellowship; Janet Buckner, Colorado General Assembly; Dominique

Bargaineer, Artist; Rhonda, Coleman, Vice Chair, HRC; Antoninette Dow, Jane Echeozo, ICCNA; Rhonda Fields, Senator; Cynthia Francis, Chair VAC; Barbara Jones, Chair NAACP; Georgina Kolber; Topaz McBride; Tamara Mohamed, Chamber of Commerce; Alice Moy, ICCNA; Terrilyn Nickerson; Aurora Ogg; Dr Betsy Oudenhoven, CCA; Dr. Kelly Phillips-Henry AuCMH; Anne Rahbany- Afia, Colorado Muslim Community Center; Nancy Todd, Senator; Kat Traylor, Pastor Lynne Rawlins, and Barbara Shannon-Bannister, to come forward to accept the proclamation. He read the proclamation declaring March 2019 as Women s History Month. Ms. Shannon- Bannister expressed appreciation for the proclamation.
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b. Swearing in of newly appointed Boards and Commission members Presiding Judge Shawn Day

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Presiding Judge Shawn Day administered the oath of office to the newly appointed board and commission members. City Council congratulated the members

and thanked them for their service to Aurora.
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Name Board or Commission

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Chris Geddes Historic Preservation Commission Courtney Morehouse Historic Preservation Commission Nicole Rodriguez Human Relations Commission Johanna

Catledge Public Defenders Commission Robert Chase Veterans Affairs
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7. PUBLIC INVITED TO BE HEARD (non-agenda related issues only)

Michael Terry discussed the history of breed specific legislation across the country and how it related to City ordinances. He reminded City Council

that his dogs were not included in the breed restrictive legislation and were in fact American Bully breed and not one of the three restricted breeds in the City.
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8. ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

The agenda was adopted as presented.

9. CONSENT CALENDAR - 9a-g

General Business

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a. Consideration to AWARD A SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT to Intuitech, Inc., Salt Lake

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City, Utah in the amount of 581,451.00 for the purchase of one (1) flocculation and sedimentation pilot module, one (1) granular media filtration

pilot module, and one (1) SCADA control system to be incorporated in the Binney Water Purification Facility (WPF) Pilot Plant Project. STAFF SOURCE: Kelley Neumann, Deputy Director Water Planning/Engineering, Aurora Water
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The City Charter prescribes the Mayor may vote on resolutions and ordinances only to create or break a tie vote of Council Members present. The Mayor

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b. Consideration to AWARD A SINGLE SOURCE CONTRACT to Trojan Technologies, Inc.,

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London, Ontario, Canada in the amount of 89,734.00 for the purchase of one (1) TrojanUVFit UV reactor to be installed and incorporated into the

Binney WPF Pilot Plant Project. STAFF SOURCE: Kelley Neumann, Deputy Director Water Planning/Engineering, Aurora Water
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c. Consideration to AWARD A SINGLE SOURCE CONTRACT to Hach, Loveland, Colorado,

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in the amount of 71,235.00 for the purchase of one (1) EZ ATP Analyzer to be installed and incorporated into the Binney WPF Pilot Plant Project.

STAFF SOURCE: Kelley Neumann, Deputy Director Water Planning/Engineering, Aurora Water
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d. Consideration to AWARD A SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT to Innovative Interfaces Inc.,

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Emeryville, California in the amount of 173,896.00 for the annual subscription fees on the Sierra Integrated Library and related software systems

used by all Aurora Libraries. STAFF SOURCE: Patti Bateman, Director, Library Cultural Services
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e. Consideration to EXTEND A COMPETITIVELY BID CONTRACT to Brannan Sand and

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Gravel Company, Denver, Colorado in the amount of 11,586,034.78 for the 2019 Street Overlay Program, Project Number 17001B. STAFF SOURCE: Thomas

McMinimee, Street Operations Manager, Public Works
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f. Consideration to EXTEND A COMPETITIVELY BID CONTRACT to A-1 Chipseal Co.,

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Denver, Colorado in the amount of 2,263,994.04 for the 2019 Surface Treatment Program, Project Number 18002A. STAFF SOURCE: Thomas McMinimee, Street

Operations Manager, Public Works
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Motion by Roth, second by Watson, to approve items 9a 9f.

Voting Aye: Mayor LeGare, Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson,

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Roth, Watson

Final Ordinances

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For purposes of considering the following item 9g, the City Council acted ex

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officio as the Board of Directors of the General Improvement District Aurora Conference Center 2-2011.

g. 2019-07 Consideration of AN ORDINANCE FOR ADOPTION of the City Council of the City of

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Aurora, Colorado, acting ex-officio as the Board of Directors of the Aurora Conference Center General Improvement District, ratifying, confirming and

authorizing the execution of an amendment to the GID Pledge Agreement between such General Improvement District and Colorado International Center Metropolitan District No. 4. STAFF SOURCE: Terri Velasquez, Director, Finance
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Motion by Roth, second by Bergan, to approve item 9g.

Voting Aye: Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson

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10. RESOLUTIONS

a. R2019-11 Consideration to APPROVE A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Aurora,

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Colorado, approving the Intergovernmental Agreement between the State of Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the City of Aurora for

Aurora
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The City Charter prescribes the Mayor may vote on resolutions and ordinances only to create or break a tie vote of Council Members present. The Mayor

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Traffic Signal Bicycle Detection System. STAFF SOURCE: Anna Bunce, Traffic Manager, Public Works

Tagged Passions:Public Works, public works, manager, Bicycles, traffic, and bicycles

Motion by Watson, second by Roth approve item 10a.

Council Member Bergan stated this item would ensure safety of the residents of the City.

Tagged Passions:council

Anna Bunce, Traffic Manager, Public Works, concurred.

Tagged Passions:Public Works, public works, manager, and traffic

Voting Aye: Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson

Tagged Passions:voting

b. R2019-12 Consideration to APPROVE A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Aurora,

Tagged Passions:council

Colorado, approving the Intergovernmental Agreement between the State of Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the City of Aurora for CCTV

[Camera] Intersection Expansion. STAFF SOURCE: Anna Bunce, Traffic Manager, Public Works
Tagged Passions:expansion, transportation, Public Works, public works, manager, intergovernmental, CCTV, and traffic

Council Member Bergan stated her support of the item because she received many traffic requests from Ward VI constituents and this would improve

traffic flow.
Tagged Passions:council and traffic

Motion by Roth, second by Watson, to approve item 10b.

Voting Aye: Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson

Tagged Passions:voting

c. R2019-13 Consideration to APPROVE A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Aurora,

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Colorado approving and authorizing the execution of the First Amendment to the Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Aurora, Colorado,

Cottonwood Creek Metropolitan District Nos. 1-5. STAFF SOURCE: Jacob Cox, Senior Development Project Manager, General Management
Tagged Passions:development, Development, manager, and intergovernmental

Motion by Berzins, second by Roth, to approve item 10c.

Voting Aye: Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson

Tagged Passions:voting

d. R2019-14 Consideration to APPROVE A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Aurora,

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Colorado, approving and Authorizing the Execution of the First Amendment to the Amended and restated Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of

Aurora, Colorado, Powhaton Road Metropolitan District Nos. 1-7. STAFF SOURCE: STAFF SOURCE: Jacob Cox, Senior Development Project Manager, General Management
Tagged Passions:streets, development, Development, manager, and intergovernmental

Motion by Watson, second by Bergan, to approve item 10d.

Voting Aye: Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson

Tagged Passions:voting

e. R2019-14 Consideration to APPROVE A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Aurora,

Tagged Passions:council

Colorado, approving the Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Aurora and the Town of Parker regarding the design, construction, ownership

and maintenance of Kings Point Way. STAFF SOURCE: Victor Rachael, City Engineer, Public Works
Tagged Passions:construction, Public Works, public works, and intergovernmental

March 18, 2019 Council Meeting, Page 11

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The City Charter prescribes the Mayor may vote on resolutions and ordinances only to create or break a tie vote of Council Members present. The Mayor

Pro-Tem is always permitted to vote on all items.
Tagged Passions:ordinance and council

Motion by Bergan, second by Watson, to approve item 10e.

Voting Aye: Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson

Tagged Passions:voting

f. R2019-15 Consideration to APPROVE A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Aurora,

Tagged Passions:council

Colorado, approving a use Agreement between the City of Aurora and the 18th Judicial District Juvenile Assessment Center regarding Office Space at

APD Headquarters. STAFF SOURCE: Captain Christopher Juul, Police
Tagged Passions:public safety

Motion by Berzins, second by Lawson, to approve item 10f.

Voting Aye: Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson

Tagged Passions:voting

g. R2019-16 Consideration to APPROVE A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Aurora,

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Colorado, approving a use Agreement between the City of Aurora and the 18th Judicial District Juvenile Assessment Center regarding Office Space at

the MLK Library. STAFF SOURCE: Captain Christopher Juul, Police
Tagged Passions:public safety and library

Motion by Bergan, second by Roth, to approve item 10g.

Voting Aye: Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson

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11. ORDINANCES FOR INTRODUCTION

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a. 2019-08 Consideration of AN ORDINANCE FOR INTRODUCTION of the City Council of the City

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of Aurora, Colorado, adding Section 94-84 to the City Code Related to Reducing Identify Theft by Prohibiting Criminal Possession of Identification

Documents and Financial Devices. STAFF SOURCE: Sergeant Daniel Courtenay, Police
Tagged Passions:finance and public safety

Motion by Watson, second by Richardson, to approve item 11a.

Council Member Watson stated the Aurora Police Department provided a presentation on the item. He noted they stated this item would help them provide

tools to stop criminals from committing identity theft.
Tagged Passions:council and public safety

Voting Aye: Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson

Tagged Passions:voting

b. 2019-09 Consideration of AN ORDINANCE FOR INTRODUCTION of the City Council of the City

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of Aurora, Colorado, amending Section 126 of the City Code of the City of Aurora, Colorado, regarding undergrounding of utilities. STAFF SOURCE:

Hector Reynoso, Manager Real Property Services, Public Works
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, services, streetscape, Public Works, public works, property, manager, and Underground Utility cable

Motion by Roth, second by Bergan, to approve item 11b.

Voting Aye: Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson

Tagged Passions:voting

c. 2019-10 Consideration of AN ORDINANCE FOR INTRODUCTION of the City Council of the City

Tagged Passions:ordinance and council

of Aurora, Colorado, amending Section 146-1254 of the Aurora City Code, as it pertains to Mobile Food Trucks in the City. STAFF SOURCE: Trevor

Vaughn, Manager of Tax and Licensing, Finance
Tagged Passions:finance, taxes, Taxes, transportation, food trucks, and manager

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The City Charter prescribes the Mayor may vote on resolutions and ordinances only to create or break a tie vote of Council Members present. The Mayor

Pro-Tem is always permitted to vote on all items.
Tagged Passions:ordinance and council

Motion by Roth, second by Watson, to approve item 11c.

Council Member Bergan asked staff if this item would be effective tomorrow.

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Trevor Vaughn, Manager of Tax and Licensing, Finance, answered no, noting this was an introduction and it would be in effect 30 days from final

publication.
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Voting Aye: Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson

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12. RECONSIDERATIONS AND CALL-UPS

None

13. GENERAL BUSINESS

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a. Consideration to APPROVE A MOTION of the City Council of the City of Aurora,

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Colorado, giving the City Manager authority to negotiate an Agreement with The Denver Foundation to administer a limited scope grant program

concerning displacement at the Denver Meadows Mobile RV Park with funding in the amount of ___ or funding to be determined at a future date. STAFF SOURCE: Daniel Brotzman, Interim City Attorney
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, legal, program, parks, administrator, and manager

Mayor LeGare discussed the ongoing negotiations between the City and the Denver Meadows Mobile Home Park owner, noting that while a formal agreement

has not yet been signed, the Denver Meadows Mobile Home Park owner has agreed to provide 300k to help families relocate.
Tagged Passions:parks

Council Member Murillo discussed the three-year journey the Denver Meadows community has been on and the development pressures they have faced to try

and remain in the Aurora community. She pointed out these pressures were particularly challenging because the property was located so close to the medical campus which made it highly desirable. She noted they were advocating for themselves and while several plans fell through, their desire to remain in the community was the driving force which led to this item. She commended everyone involved for their efforts and applauded the substantial progress that has been made. She pointed out this never should have gotten to this point and stated her hope that the City Council would support this community so that they did not end up on the street.
Tagged Passions:recognition, council, streets, development, Development, and property

Nancy Flores; Petra Enriquez; Noemi Herrera, Arturo Aquirre; and Ana Tovar for Lorena Valentina; Denver Meadows residents, discussed the 20k amount

the Denver Meadows residents needed to relocate, expressed appreciation to everyone for their efforts on their behalf, requested City Council approve the item and discussed their personal situations as it related to the item.
Tagged Passions:council

Alison Coombs reiterated the need to make sure the Denver Meadows residents have safety, recompense and security while facing the loss of the

stability of having a home and the loss of the equity in their homes.
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Mayor LeGare stated those Denver Meadows residents who sought aid from the Aurora Housing Program would not lose out on the payment from the property

owner. He stated his hope for a written and signed agreement that would state how much the residents would get. He stated it was an unfortunate situation that landlords were turning residents away because of this situation. He suggested the City provide a letter in that regard.
Tagged Passions:program, rental, property, and housing

Council Member Berzins stated her distress that residents were living in fear because no one has answered their question about taking money from

different resources impacting their ability to receive additional help.
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The City Charter prescribes the Mayor may vote on resolutions and ordinances only to create or break a tie vote of Council Members present. The Mayor

Pro-Tem is always permitted to vote on all items.
Tagged Passions:ordinance and council

Mayor LeGare stated staff has made extensive efforts to get that information out.

Council Member Murillo expressed appreciation to those who attended the meeting and stated her hope that this issue would not come up again. She

pointed out that a Mobile Home Task Force has been initiated and has provided recommendations in that regard.
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Council Member Lawson expressed her regret that she did not do more to address the issue in the past.

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Council Member Watson expressed appreciation to Mayor LeGare for his efforts in this regard. He asked if the park closing date had been determined.

Mayor LeGare stated the park closing date has been extended to Wednesday, May 1, 2019 in order to continue with the payment discussion for the residents.
Tagged Passions:council and parks

Council Member Bergan echoed Council Member Watson s appreciation of Mayor LeGare s efforts in this regard. She stated her wish that the property

owner would have stepped up to cover the entire cost of the relocation but noted legally, he did not have to. She expressed concerns related to this item setting precedence and bad policy moving forward. She stated she would wait to hear the proposal prior to making her decision.
Tagged Passions:council, property, and policy

ORIGINAL MOTION

Motion by Hiltz, second by Johnston, to approve item 11c.

AMENDMENT I

Motion by Murillo, second by Richardson, to amend item 13a to fill the blank with 10k per unit and to strike or funding to be determined at a future

date.
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Mayor LeGare asked if that was per family. Council Member Murillo answered affirmatively. Mayor LeGare asked if it could be per unit because there

were multiple families within a unit. Council Member Murillo answered affirmatively.
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Council Member Richardson stated his support of per family because there were multiple families per unit.

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Council Member Bergan stated the owner was offering approximately 16k per unit.

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Mayor LeGare stated it was 300k that has been offered that has not been divided equally yet.

Council Member Bergan stated there were 25 families with six families who have had separate litigation. She stated her hope that it would be

distributed per unit because 10k per unit was very fair.
Tagged Passions:council and legal

Council Member Watson pointed out the amendment put the Council in front of the negotiations and asked if the amendment meant every family would

receive 10k. Mayor LeGare stated that was his understanding of the amendment, noting the number of families was unknown at this time.
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Council Member Murillo agreed to make the amendment state 10k per unit.

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The City Charter prescribes the Mayor may vote on resolutions and ordinances only to create or break a tie vote of Council Members present. The Mayor

Pro-Tem is always permitted to vote on all items.
Tagged Passions:ordinance and council

Council Member Berzins asked if this was a safety net put into place in case the owner did not do what he said he would do.

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Council Member Murillo stated it would be in addition to what the owner was offering.

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Council Member Bergan stated the Denver Foundation would administer the grant program and would determine the best use of the monies.

Tagged Passions:grant, council, and program

Council Member Murillo concurred.

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Council Member Berzins expressed concerns related to the owner saying he would not give as much because the City was giving money.

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Council Member Richardson stated the owner would be making a huge mistake to do so.

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Mayor LeGare stated he would not support the amendment because many of the families have stated that 10k was not enough.

Council Member Bergan asked if it could be made contingent upon the owner following through with his potential offer. Mayor LeGare stated he would

not support that.
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Council Member Murillo concurred, noting that was a great risk with no guarantee.

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Council Member Berzins asked Mayor LeGare to state his proposal should the item fail.

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Mayor LeGare did so.

Council Member Roth stated his appreciation for that perspective, noting he would be much more comfortable with the item if it were need-based.

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Mayor LeGare stated the money could be allocated based on need but the negotiations with the owner was based on what the residents paid for their

units

Council Member Hiltz stated her support of the 10k, noting this community has had needs for three years and nothing has been done to help them

relocate. She stated the City has failed them by not helping them in a housing market that the City created.
Tagged Passions:council, market, and housing

Council Member Bergan asked if the monies were marijuana monies and not general fund monies.

Tagged Passions:drugs, council, and marijuana

Mayor LeGare stated that was not in the motion but it could be added.

Council Member Berzins asked if the Denver Meadows attorney had a preference on whether to pay each resident or for it to be based on need. Mayor

LeGare stated his understanding that their preference was based on what the residents paid for their mobile home.
Tagged Passions:council and legal

Council Member Watson asked if this related to the remaining units at the park. Mayor LeGare answered affirmatively. Council Member Watson asked how

many remained. Mayor LeGare stated it was between 15 to 21.
Tagged Passions:council and parks

Council Member Murillo stated it was time to make the decision because the longer they waited, the more pressure people would feel.

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The City Charter prescribes the Mayor may vote on resolutions and ordinances only to create or break a tie vote of Council Members present. The Mayor

Pro-Tem is always permitted to vote on all items.
Tagged Passions:ordinance and council

VOTE ON AMENDMENT I

Voting Aye: Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson

Tagged Passions:voting

Voting Nay: Mayor LeGare, Roth, Watson

Tagged Passions:voting

Mayor LeGare stated the motion was to approve a motion for a limited scope grant program concerning displacement at Denver Meadows Mobile Home Park

with funding in the amount of 10,000 per unit remaining in the park from the marijuana revenue tax source.
Tagged Passions:drugs, funding, grant, taxes, Taxes, program, marijuana, and parks

VOTE ON ORIGINAL MOTION

Voting Aye: Mayor LeGare, Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson,

Tagged Passions:voting

Roth, Watson

b. Consideration to appoint one (1) member to the Cultural Affairs Commission. STAFF

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and appointments

SOURCE: Stephen Ruger, City Clerk, General Management

Motion by Berzins, second by Bergan, to appoint Ree Varcoe to the Cultural Affairs Commission.

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and appointments

Voting Aye: Mayor LeGare, Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson,

Tagged Passions:voting

Roth, Watson

c. Consideration to reappoint one (1) member to the Election Commission. STAFF

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, voting, and election

SOURCE: Stephen Ruger, City Clerk, General Management

Motion by Bergan, second by Roth, to reappoint Willian McCartin to the Election Commission.

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, voting, and election

Voting Aye: Mayor LeGare, Bergan, Berzins, Hiltz, Johnston, Lawson, Murillo, Richardson, Roth, Watson

Tagged Passions:voting

14. REPORTS

a. Report by the Mayor No report.

b. Reports by Council

Tagged Passions:council

Council Member Watson stated he did not vote on the amendment because he felt that it put a burden on the City because the City was in a situation

where they would be negotiating with the property owner later in the week. He noted his support of the main motion and noted his belief that some of the unit owners would be back before Council because they will not have enough money to relocate. He stated his hope that it would not happen that way.
Tagged Passions:council and property

Council Member Johnston expressed appreciation to the City Council for their support of the Denver Meadows residents. She stated she agreed with

Council Member Murillo that a decision was necessary and with Council Member Richardson that the owner needed to deliver and that doing otherwise would be a big mistake. She discussed the Oil and Gas Reform Omnibus Bill that gave local control, noting she would support the bill.
Tagged Passions:council and Fossil Fuels - Oil

Council Member Lawson expressed appreciation to City Council for their support of the Denver Meadows residents. She announced the Aurora Civic

Engagement Academy would begin Thursday, March 21, 2019.
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The City Charter prescribes the Mayor may vote on resolutions and ordinances only to create or break a tie vote of Council Members present. The Mayor

Pro-Tem is always permitted to vote on all items.
Tagged Passions:ordinance and council

Mayor Pro Tem Roth announced the Ward V Town Hall meeting was scheduled for Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at the Heather Gardens Clubhouse at 6:30 p.m.

where the two primary presenters would be the Community College of Aurora and UC-Anschutz representatives.
Tagged Passions:university

Council Member Berzins announced the Ward III meeting was scheduled for Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at the City Caf at 6:30 p.m. She stated her

thoughts were with those in the south who were affected by the recent tornadoes.
Tagged Passions:council

Council Member Bergan announced the upcoming neighborhood meeting at Cherokee Trail High School where drainage issues and black ice in neighborhoods

would be discussed. She announced the Ward VI Town Hall meeting was scheduled for Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at the Heritage Eagle Bend Clubhouse at 6:00 p.m. where Tracy Young, Parks Recreation, would provide a presentation.
Tagged Passions:council, parks, trails, education, neighborhood, recreation, and stormwater

Council Member Richardson discussed the tragic loss of a young lady at the intersection of South Vaughn Way and East Iliff and expressed appreciation

to Nancy Freed, Deputy City Manager, and her team for their quick response in that regard.
Tagged Passions:council, administrator, and manager

Council Member Hiltz announced she and Council Member Lawson would host a Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. where the focus

of discussion would be youth in Aurora.
Tagged Passions:council and youth

Council Member Murillo announced the Ward I Town Hall meeting was scheduled for Thursday, March 28, 2019 at the Anschutz Medical Campus at 6:00 p.m.

She stated she was overwhelmed with the amount of compassion shown by the Aurora City Council with regards to the Denver Meadows residents and their unanimous vote this evening.
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18 PUBLIC INVITED TO BE HEARD

Edna Futrell discussed vandalism and speed humps in her neighborhood. She stated her mother Edna Mosley served on the City Council previously and she

was pleased to see the diversity on the Council.
Tagged Passions:council, vandalism, diversity, Vandalism, and neighborhood

Mayor LeGare addressed Ms. Futrell and stated the Ward III council member would be in touch with her. He noted he served with Edna Mosley on the City

Council and it was his great honor to do so.
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19. ADJOURNMENT

Mayor LeGare adjourned the regular meeting of City Council at 9:34 p.m.

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_________________________________________ BOB LEGARE, MAYOR ATTEST:

Stephen Ruger, City Clerk

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City of Aurora

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Council Agenda Commentary

Item Title:

Consideration to AWARD A COMPETITIVELY BID CONTRACT to Jordy and Company, Denver, Colorado

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and contract

in the amount of 67,247.90 for the Central Facilities Main Gate Replacement Project, Project Number

5687A.

Item Initiator: Brown, Willie J - SR Procurement Agent - General Management

Tagged Passions:purchasing

Staff Source: Rodriguez, Katrina - Engineering Supervisor - Public Works

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

City Manager/Deputy City Manager Signature: James Twombly

Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

Outside Speaker:

Council Goal: 2012: 3.1--Develop and implement infrastructure maintenance and replacement plans

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ACTIONS(S) PROPOSED (Check all appropriate actions)

Approve Item as proposed at Study Session Approve Item with Waiver of Reconsideration

Approve Item and Move Forward to Regular Meeting

Approve Item as proposed at Regular Meeting

Information Only

HISTORY (Dates reviewed by City council, Policy Committees, Boards and Commissions, or Staff. Summarize pertinent comments. ATTACH MINUTES OF COUNCIL

MEETINGS, POLICY COMMITTEES AND BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS.)
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No previous Council history.

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ITEM SUMMARY (Brief description of item, discussion, key points, recommendations, etc.) Construction design service to provide labor materials to

replace the main vehicle gate at central
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facilities. This includes but is not limited to: a 35 long x 6 high cantilever, truss type, galvanized chain link, gate with twin tracks; a gate

operator, connecting the existing electrical with Johnson Controls

access control, cut existing posts, providing a knox key switch to operate the gate, providing a siren

Tagged Passions:access control

operated sensor (SOS), all drawings, additional electrical work, asphalt patching, etc.

Bids were opened by Purchasing Services on February 19, 2019. The results of the base bid and

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, services, and purchasing

alternate B are as follows:

Jordy and Company, Denver, CO 67,247.90

The cost for the main gate was within 10 of other quotes we have received for similar work. Pricing

for other items such as drawings, electrical work and asphalt patching are comparable to recent

projects. Construction duration for the project is within the estimated 4 weeks and is more than

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reasonable. All of these items support the overall cost for the project to be fair and reasonable. The

engineer s estimate for the same work under a Prime contract is 67,980.00.

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The bid acceptance period expires April 20, 2019.

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March 18, 2019 Council Meeting, Page 18

Pursuant to City Code 2-672(a)(3)(b), City Council must approve all awards of at least 50,000.00

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where formal competitive solicitation procedures resulted in less than three (3) bids.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, procedure, and solicitation

Based on the above, staff recommends the award of a competitively bid contract to Jordy and

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Company, Denver, Colorado in the amount of 67,247.00 for the Central Facilities Main Gate

Replacement Project.

QUESTIONS FOR COUNCIL

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Does Council approve the award of a competitively bid contract in the amount of 67,247.90 to Jordy

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, council, and contract

and Company for the Central Facilities Main Gate Replacement Project?

LEGAL COMMENTS

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Awards worth 50,000 or more require City Council approval if formal competitive bidding has not

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produced at least three responsive bids (City Code 2-672(a)(3)(b)). (Lathers)

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Dan Brotzman

PUBLIC FINANCIAL IMPACT (If Yes, EXPLAIN)

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Yes No

The contract cost will be paid from the account of Bldg Repair Special Projects (49873) in the

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amount of 67,247.90.

ORG USED: Bldg Repair Special Projects (49873)

PRIVATE FISCAL IMPACT (If Significant or Nominal, EXPLAIN)

Not Applicable

Significant Nominal

N/A

EXHIBITS ATTACHED:

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City of Aurora

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9b

Council Agenda Commentary

Item Title:

Consideration to AWARD A SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT to Geophysical Survey Systems Inc., Nashua,

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NH in the amount of 59,989.40 to purchase a Ground Penetrating Radar Road Scanning System for

Tagged Passions:streets and purchasing

the Public Works Department.

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

Item Initiator: Ratcliff, Michelle - SR Procurement Agent - General Management

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Staff Source: Sherman, Brett - Principal Engineer, Public Works

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City Manager/Deputy City Manager Signature: James Twombly

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Outside Speaker:

Council Goal: 2012: 3.0--Ensure excellent infrastructure that is well maintained and operated.

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ACTIONS(S) PROPOSED (Check all appropriate actions)

Approve Item as proposed at Study Session Approve Item with Waiver of Reconsideration

Approve Item and Move Forward to Regular Meeting

Approve Item as proposed at Regular Meeting

Information Only

HISTORY (Dates reviewed by City council, Policy Committees, Boards and Commissions, or Staff. Summarize pertinent comments. ATTACH MINUTES OF COUNCIL

MEETINGS, POLICY COMMITTEES AND BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS.)
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No prior history.

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ITEM SUMMARY (Brief description of item, discussion, key points, recommendations, etc.) The Public Works Department is requesting to purchase a

truck-mounted Model SIR-30 RoadScan
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System from Geophysical Survey Systems Inc. (GSSI) for use in the City s Materials Lab.

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This proposed award is being requested as a sole source award because it meets the criteria in the City

Code as being the only source known to exist for this specific equipment. The firm is the only source for

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a truck-mounted system (vs. a walk behind unit). As the manufacturer of this system, GSSI has chosen not to authorize any other firms to provide or

sell this system.
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The GSSI RoadScan System is a non-destructive asphalt density assessment tool, which provides

accurate real-time measurements to ensure pavement life and quality. The product enhances safety

by reducing the amount of time that staff are in the roadway and reduces the number of cores needed

for testing. Additionally, the system will help to minimize future repair jobs by identifying premature failures such as road raveling, cracking and

deterioration along joints during installation.
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GSSI has proposed a total cost of 59,989.40 for the unit, which includes software modules, laptop,

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antenna and mounting kit. The pricing offered is standard for all of the firm s municipal customers; therefore, the pricing is considered to be fair

and reasonable.

March 18, 2019 Council Meeting, Page 20

Based on the above, it is staff s recommendation to award a sole source contract to GSSI, Nashua, NH in the total amount of 59,989.40 to purchase a

Ground Penetrating Radar Road Scanning System for
Tagged Passions:streets, contract, and purchasing

the Public Works Department.

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QUESTIONS FOR COUNCIL

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Does City Council approve the award of the sole source contract to Geophysical Survey Systems in the

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amount of 59,989.40 to purchase a RoadScan System for the Public Works Dept.?

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LEGAL COMMENTS

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Purchase orders or contracts in any amount may be awarded without benefit of formal competitive

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bidding when only one specific source is known to exist for the required supplies or services (sole

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source), and the Purchasing Manager approves the use of negotiation prior to award (City Code 2-

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674(10)). (Hernandez)

Dan Brotzman

PUBLIC FINANCIAL IMPACT (If Yes, EXPLAIN)

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Yes No

The contract cost of 59,989.40 is budgeted in the General Fund, Public Works Dept., and will be paid

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from the following:

Org 49014 (Materials Lab) and Acct 67600 (Purch. Equip. New)

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ORG USED: Materials Lab

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PRIVATE FISCAL IMPACT (If Significant or Nominal, EXPLAIN)

Not

Applicable Significant Nominal

N/A

EXHIBITS ATTACHED:

March 18, 2019 Council Meeting, Page 21

City of Aurora

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9c

Council Agenda Commentary

Item Title:

Consideration to AWARD A SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT to Infor Public Sector Inc., Alpharetta, Georgia

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in the amount of 286,800.00 for an enterprise license upgrade on the asset management software

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system through March 2020.

Item Initiator: Ratcliff, Michelle - SR Procurement Agent - General Management

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Staff Source: Jeffress, Aleta - Chief Info Digital Officer - Information Technology

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City Manager/Deputy City Manager Signature: James Twombly

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Outside Speaker:

Council Goal: 2012: 3.1--Develop and implement infrastructure maintenance and replacement plans

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ACTIONS(S) PROPOSED (Check all appropriate actions)

Approve Item as proposed at Study Session Approve Item with Waiver of Reconsideration

Approve Item and Move Forward to Regular Meeting

Approve Item as proposed at Regular Meeting

Information Only

HISTORY (Dates reviewed by City council, Policy Committees, Boards and Commissions, or Staff. Summarize pertinent comments. ATTACH MINUTES OF COUNCIL

MEETINGS, POLICY COMMITTEES AND BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS.)
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City Council approved the 2018 annual software maintenance award for Water in the amount of

Tagged Passions:council, utility, Utility, water, information technology, and Information Technology

149,348.45 on June 25, 2018, agenda item 10b.

City Council approved the 2018 purchase of additional licenses for Water in the amount of 52,650.00

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on June 25, 2018, agenda item 10d.

ITEM SUMMARY (Brief description of item, discussion, key points, recommendations, etc.) Information Technology is requesting award of a sole source

contract to Infor Public Sector, Inc. to
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upgrade the City s license on the Infor Asset Maintenance Management software system to enterprise- wide for implementation in the Public Works

Department (Facilities and Streets Divisions) and PROS
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Department (Parks and Forestry Divisions). The system is currently used for tracking and

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maintenance management of over 250,000 City of Aurora Water assets valued at 1.8 billion dollars.

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The Infor system was selected to develop Water s asset maintenance management system as a result of competitive solicitation B-2842 conducted in

1994. Since that time, all Water operations divisions
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have standardized on this system. The Public Works and PROS Departments are requesting to

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implement the system for assets in four (4) divisions, gaining increased control over materials and

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equipment needed for operations. Infor has chosen not to authorize any other firms to sell its

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software systems.

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The vendor has submitted a proposal in the amount of 286,800.00 for implementation of the

software, including annual maintenance for all three departments (Public Works, PROS and

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March 18, 2019 Council Meeting, Page 22

Water through March 2020. The proposed fees are standard for an enterprise license upgrade, and the

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maintenance agreement negotiated with Infor in 2014 has been updated. Therefore, the vendor s proposal is considered fair and reasonable.

Per City Code, Section 2-672(a)(3)(b), City Council must approve all awards of at least 50,000.00 but

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less than 500,000.00 when less than three (3) bids are received.

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Based on the above, it is staff s recommendation to award a sole source contract to Infor Public Sector Inc., Alpharetta, Georgia in the amount of

286,800.00 for an enterprise license upgrade to the City s Asset Maintenance Software System through March 2020. The award will improve standardization of
Tagged Passions:contract, license, information technology, and Information Technology

asset management within the City, save funds due to increased control of inventory, and maintain

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compatibility with an existing software system.

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QUESTIONS FOR COUNCIL

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Does City Council approve the award of the sole source contract to Infor Public Sector in the amount of

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286,800.00 for upgrade of the Asset Maintenance Software System license?

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LEGAL COMMENTS

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Awards worth 50,000 or more require City Council approval if formal competitive bidding has not

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produced at least three responsive bids (City Code 2-672(a)(3)(b)). (Hernandez)

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Dan Brotzman

PUBLIC FINANCIAL IMPACT (If Yes, EXPLAIN)

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Yes No

The contract cost of 286,800.00 is budgeted in the General Fund, Public Works and IT Departments,

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and will be paid from the following:

49694 (Asset Mgmt Implementation) 67602 (Purchase Software) 239,000.00

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49694 (Asset Mgmt Implementation) 64540 (R M: Equipment Other) 11,000.00

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37006 (Enterprise Applications) 64540 (R M: Equipment Other) 36,800.00

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ORG USED: 49694/Asset Management Implementation; 37006/Enterprise Applications

PRIVATE FISCAL IMPACT (If Significant or Nominal, EXPLAIN)

Not Applicable

Significant Nominal

None.

EXHIBITS ATTACHED:

Council Minutes 06_25_18 Infor.pdf

March 18, 2019 Council Meeting, Page 23

March 18, 2019 Council Meeting, Page 24

March 18, 2019 Council Meeting, Page 25

City of Aurora

Item : SS:

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9d

Council Agenda Commentary

Item Title:

Consideration to award a SINGLE SOURCE CONTRACT to Dewberry Engineers, Inc., Denver, Colorado

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in the amount of 346,223.00 for design engineering services associated with the Rampart Raw

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Water Delivery System Phase 6 Improvements Project.

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Item Initiator: Jones, Nathan - SR Procurement Agent - General Management

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Staff Source: Fiori, Steven - Project Delivery Svcs Mgr - Aurora Water

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City Manager/Deputy City Manager Signature: James Twombly

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Outside Speaker:

Council Goal: 2012: 3.4--Maintain a reliable water system

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ACTIONS(S) PROPOSED (Check all appropriate actions)

Approve Item as proposed at Study Session Approve Item with Waiver of Reconsideration

Approve Item and Move Forward to Regular Meeting

Approve Item as proposed at Regular Meeting

Information Only

HISTORY (Dates reviewed by City council, Policy Committees, Boards and Commissions, or Staff. Summarize pertinent comments. ATTACH MINUTES OF COUNCIL

MEETINGS, POLICY COMMITTEES AND BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS.)
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The award of the contract to Dewberry Engineers, Inc. for design engineering services for the Rampart

Tagged Passions:contract and services

Raw Water Line Phase I Improvements Project in the amount of 224,550.00 was approved by City

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and water

Council on December 17, 2012, Agenda Item 9f.

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The award of the competitively bid contract for construction of the Rampart Raw Water Line Phase I

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, construction, utility, Utility, contract, and water

Improvements Project to Layne Heavy Civil, Inc. in the amount of 1,722,300.00 was reported to City Council on the Weekly Report of November 25, 2013.

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The award of the contract to Dewberry Engineers, Inc. for design engineering services for the Rampart

Tagged Passions:contract and services

Raw Water Line Phase II Improvements Project in the amount of 349,218.00 was approved by City

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and water

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