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Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

Thursday, April 25, 2019

6:00 PM

Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

200 E. Main St Lexington, KY 40507

Council Chambers

Urban County Council

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Docket

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I. Roll Call

II. Invocation

III. Minutes of the Previous Meetings

0446-19 Minutes of the April 11, 2019 Council Meeting.

IV. Presentations

0402-19 Recognition of Rose Lucas

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0403-19 Recognition of UK Debate Team

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V. Ordinances Second Reading

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1. 0362-19 An Ordinance changing the zone from an Agricultural Urban (A-U) zone to a Single Family Residential (R-1A) zone, for 1.135 net (1.246

gross) acres, for property located at 2200 Old Higbee Mill Rd. (a portion of). (Raymond Allen Waits; Council District 10). Approval 11-0 Objectors (To Be Heard By May 29, 2019) [Div. of Planning, Duncan]
Tagged Passions:planning, ordinance, council, agriculture, and property

2. 0411-19 An Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to reflect current requirements for

municipal expenditures, and appropriating and re-appropriating funds, Schedule No. 23. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, and budget

3. 0336-19 An Ordinance amending section 5-29.3(a) of the Code of Ordinances related to additional fees to delete the five hundred dollar ( 500)

minimum; deleting section 5-29.3(b) of the Code of Ordinances related to additional fees. [Div. of Building Inspection, Crowe]
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VI. Ordinances First Reading

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4. 0439-19 An Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to reflect current requirements for funds in

the amount of 1,250 for the Div. of Aging and Disability Services, from Neighborhood Development Funds, for the Senior Intern Program, Schedule No. 25. [Div. of
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, budget, disability, development, services, program, Development, and neighborhood

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Budgeting, Lueker]

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5. 0462-19 An Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to reflect current requirements for

municipal expenditures, and appropriating and re-appropriating funds, Schedule No. 24. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, and budget

VII. Resolutions Second Reading

1. 0335-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of Meadowbrook Concrete, LLC, in the amount of 496,750, for Old Frankfort Pike Scenic Viewing Area, for the

Div. of Grants and Special Programs, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Meadowbrook Concrete, LLC, related to the bid. (3 Bids, Low) [Lanter]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, grant, and program

2. 0338-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of Roberts Heavy Duty Towing, Inc., establishing a price contract for towing services for the Div. of

Police and Div. of Code Enforcement, and the Lexington and Fayette County Parking Authority. (1 Bid) [Weathers]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, contract, public safety, services, codes enforcement, and parking

3. 0361-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of Cleary Construction, Inc., in the amount of 3,994,754, for the Lansdowne South Trunk Sewer Replacement,

for the Div. of Water Quality, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Cleary Construction, Inc., related to the bid. (5 Bids, Low) [Martin]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, construction, sewer, utility, Utility, and water

4. 0341-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement awarding a Class B (Education)

Incentive Grant to the University of Kentucky Research Foundation, for stormwater quality projects, at a cost not to exceed 35,000. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]
Tagged Passions:grant, utility, Utility, water, university, education, incentive, and stormwater

5. 0344-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Clinical Education Agreement with

University of Ky., for the participation of students in healthcare related studies at the Lexington Senior Center, at no cost to the Urban County Government. [Div. of Aging and Disability Services, Stambaugh]
Tagged Passions:disability, services, healthcare, university, education, and students

6. 0348-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Contract Modification No. 2

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to the Engineering Service Agreement with Strand Associates, Inc., for the Legacy Trail Phase 3 Project, increasing the cost of the Contract price by

the sum of 5,800, from 364,315 to 370,115. [Div. of Engineering, Burton]
Tagged Passions:contract and trails

7. 0350-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Change Order No. 1 to the Contract with

SimplexGrinnell, LP, for the mounted Police Barn Sprinkler Installation Project, increasing the Contract price by the sum of 4,100 from 48,500 to 52,600. [Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management, Baradaran]
Tagged Passions:contract and public safety

8. 0351-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a multi-year Professional Services Agreement

(effective April 1, 2019) with the law firm of Frost Brown Todd, LLC, acting by and through W. Joseph Scholler, for collective bargaining negotiations with the Divisions of Corrections, Fire and Emergency Services, and Police at a FY2019 cost not to exceed 40,500 plus expenses. [Dept. of Law, Speckert]
Tagged Passions:public safety, union, services, emergency, and jail

9. 0352-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute revised Professional Services

Agreements with Kristin Beers, Sara Charles, and Teresa Haines, as Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners, to provide on-call forensic examinations and services under the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program, at a cost not to exceed 56 for each scheduled on-call period, 230 for each completed forensic examination, 50 per case for professional testimony in court, and the reasonable cost of medical liability insurance. [Div. of Police, Weathers]
Tagged Passions:alcohol, legal, public safety, services, program, insurance, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and court

10. 0357-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of The Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement awarding a Class B (Infrastructure)

Incentive Grant to North Lexington Holdings II, LLC, for Stormwater Quality Projects, at a cost not to exceed 22,458.07. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]
Tagged Passions:grant, utility, Utility, water, incentive, and stormwater

11. 0358-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Memorandum of Agreement with the Ky.

Transportation Cabinet (KYTC), for turf mowing and vegetation management services by the Div. of Environmental Services on state-owned right of way, for which the Urban County Government shall be compensated at the rate of 35 per acre for areas along Citation Blvd. and 58 per acre for all other areas. [Div. of Environmental Services, Plueger]
Tagged Passions:transportation, services, and environment

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12. 0360-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Agreements with Staybridge Suites

Lexington, for hosting Explosive Ordnance Training, at a cost not to exceed 9,540.08. [Div. of Police, Weathers]
Tagged Passions:public safety and training

13. 0370-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of S S Truck Tire Center, establishing a price contract for Michelin Tires, for the Div. of Facilities and

Fleet Management. (1 Bid) [Chilton]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, contract, and transportation

14. 0388-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of Blau Mechanical, Inc., in the amount of 172,000, for a Domestic Hot Water Main Replacement, for the

Div. of Community Corrections, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreement with Blau Mechanical, Inc., related to the bid. (2 Bids, Low) [Haney]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, utility, Utility, water, and jail

15. 0385-19 A Resolution ratifying the Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointments of: John Angel, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N,

17.913 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective April 29, 2019, Rebecca Carpenter, Paralegal, Grade 517N, 21.506 hourly in the Dept. of Law, effective April 29, 2019 and Jo Ballard, Early Child Care Teacher, Grade 512E, 1,342.32 biweekly in the Div. of Family Services, effective April 29, 2019; ratifying the Permanent Classified Civil Service Appointments of: Chanse Hillard, Public Service Worker Sr., Grade 509N, 14.495 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective March 17, 2019, Donna Jones, Public Service Worker Sr., Grade 509N, 14.845 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective March 17, 2019, Joseph Smith, Public Service Worker Sr., Grade 509N, 14.214 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective March 17, 2019, Joseph Markey, Electronic Supervisor, Grade 519E, 2,703.20 biweekly in the Div. of Traffic Engineering, effective March 17, 2019, Thelma Hargis, Telecommunicator, Grade 514N, 19.394 hourly in the Div. of Emergency Management/911, effective April 1, 2019, Antron Masden, Telecommunicator Sr., Grade 517N, 21.069 hourly in the Div. of Emergency Management/911, effective April 1, 2019 and Paul Overby, Telecommunicator Sr., Grade 517N, 21.933 hourly in the Div. of Emergency Management/911, effective April 1, 2019 and ratifying the Unclassified Civil Service pay increase to the Office of the Urban County Council: Eve Wallingford, Aide to Council, Grade 518E, from 1,950.00 biweekly to 2,106.00 biweekly, effective March 11, 2019. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]
Tagged Passions:council, 911, streets, appointments, services, emergency, human resources, Child Care, family services, and traffic

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16. 0091-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with the University

of Kentucky Research Foundation (UKRF), for the provision of evaluation services for the First Responders and Community Partners Overdose Prevention Project, at a cost not to exceed 198,638. [Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, Chilton]
Tagged Passions:services, emergency, and university

17. 0308-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Consultant Services Agreement with Nomi, Inc.

for architectural and engineering services for the design for renovations of Dunbar Community Center, at a cost not to exceed 16,800. [Div. of Parks and Recreation, Conrad]
Tagged Passions:services, parks, community center, and recreation

18. 0334-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute and submit a Grant Application, as

the collaborative applicant and on behalf of the Lexington-Fayette County Continuum of Care, to the United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and to provide any additional information requested in connection with this Grant Application, which Grant funds are in the amount of 15,000,000 Federal funds, and are for the Youth Homelessness Demonstration Project. [Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention, Ruddick]
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, development, Development, youth, and housing

VIII. Resolutions First Reading

19. 0359-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with International

Public Safety Data Institute, for data analytical software and services, at no cost for FY 2019. [Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, Chilton]
Tagged Passions:public safety, services, emergency, information technology, and Information Technology

20. 0368-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept the additional Federal funds in the

amount of 14,500 from the Ky. Dept. of Military Affairs, Div. of Emergency Management, under the FY 2018 Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (CSEPP), for the purchase of supplies for the support of continued Emergency Preparedness activities in Fayette County, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government for the expenditure of funds. [Div. of Public Safety, Armstrong]
Tagged Passions:funding, public safety, program, emergency, purchasing, and military

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Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with TALX Corporation (Equifax Verification Services) to provide pre-employment verification

information for potential employees of LFUCG, at a cost not to exceed 9,100. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]
Tagged Passions:services, employment, and human resources

22. 0371-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Resolution for the adoption of

the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program Incident Specific Plan, for compliance with the requirements of KRS 39B.030, and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. [Div. of Emergency Management/911, Dugger]
Tagged Passions:911, program, emergency, compliance, and civil rights

23. 0373-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement awarding a Class B (Infrastructure)

Incentive Grant to Ashwood Townhouses of Laredo Association, Inc., for stormwater quality projects, at a cost not to exceed 22,458.06. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]
Tagged Passions:grant, utility, Utility, water, incentive, and stormwater

24. 0375-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Amended Summary Plan Description (SPD) with

Chard, Snyder Associates, Inc., for the LFUCG Flexible Spending Benefits Plan, for the purpose of allowing LFUCG employees to elect various benefit options on a pretax basis, pursuant to Section 125 of the Internal Revenue Code, effective upon passage of Council. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]
Tagged Passions:council and human resources

25. 0389-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Extension Agreement with Employment

Solutions, Inc. extending the lease for the Police East Sector Roll Call at 1165 Centre Parkway through the period ending June 30, 2019. [Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management, Baradaran]
Tagged Passions:leasing, public safety, and employment

26. 0391-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Extension Agreement with LexArts, Inc.,

extending the lease for 161 North Mill St., on a month-to-month basis for an additional three (3) months beginning March 16, 2019 and ending on June 30, 2019. [Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management, Baradaran]
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27. 0392-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Change Order No. 4 to the Agreement with Banks

Engineering, Inc., for the Southland Area Stormwater
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Improvement Project, increasing the Contract price by the sum of 154,000, from 488,415 to 642,415. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, contract, and water

28. 0393-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Partial Release of Easements, releasing

portions of utility and storm sewer easements on the property located at 156 Venture Ct. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]
Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, Utility, water, property, and easement

29. 0395-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Partial Release of Easements, releasing

portions of utility and storm sewer easements on the property located at 140 Venture Ct. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]
Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, Utility, water, property, and easement

30. 0396-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with the Madison

County Emergency Medical Service (EMS), granting access and use of the 800 MHz Public Safety Radio Communication System, at no cost to the Urban County Government. [Div. of Enhanced 911, Stack]
Tagged Passions:grant, radio, 911, public safety, emergency, communications, EMS, Communications, and Enhanced 911

31. 0410-19 A Resolution changing the property address number of 666 Elm Tree Ln. to 670 Elm Tree Ln., 1218 Embry Ave. to 1214 Embry Ave., 163-167 N.

Limestone to 163 N. Limestone, 169-171 N. Limestone to 169 N. Limestone, 177-177 1/2 N. Limestone to 177 N. Limestone, 367-369 E. Main St. to 369 E. Main St., 412 Severn Way to 413 Severn Way, 2250 Spurr Rd. to 2208 Spurr Rd. and changing the street names and property address numbers of 532 Sundrop Path to 3824 Horsemint Trail, all effective thirty (30) days from passage. [Div. of Enhanced 911, Stack]
Tagged Passions:911, streets, trails, property, and Enhanced 911

32. 0427-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Agreements with LexArts ( 1,200), Highlands

Neighborhood Association, Inc. ( 500), Northern Cal Ripken, Inc. ( 200), Stonewall Equestrian Estates Association, Inc. ( 500), Wyndham Meadows HOA ( 500) and Wellington PTA ( 500), for the Office of the Urban County Council, at a cost not to exceed the sums stated. [Council Office, Maynard]
Tagged Passions:council and neighborhood

33. 0397-19 A Resolution accepting the bids of Charm-Tex, Inc., Victory Supply, Inc., and ICS Jail Supplies, Inc., establishing price contracts for

Mattresses, for the Div. of Community Corrections. (6 Bids, Low) [Haney]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, contract, and jail

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34. 0398-19 A Resolution accepting the bids of Bluegrass Recreational Sales and Installation, LLC; County Line Companies d/b/a PlayPros; Play and

Park Structures; and David Williams and Associates, Inc., establishing price contracts for Outdoor Playground Equipment, for the Div. of Parks and Recreation. (5 Bids, Low) [Conrad]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, equipment, sale, contract, parks, and recreation

35. 0421-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of L W Emergency Equipment, establishing a price contract for Mobile Docking Stations, for the Div. of

Police. (5 Bids, Low) [Weathers]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, equipment, contract, public safety, emergency, and boating

36. 0426-19 A Resolution accepting the bids of Central Equipment Co.; Century Equipment, Inc.; and Diesel Power Systems, Inc., for Tractor and Mower

Parts, for the Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management. (3 Bids, Low) [Baradaran]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and equipment

37. 0437-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of Innovative Demolition Service, LLC, in the amount of 23,475, for Demolition of the Existing Lime Silo

at the Town Branch Waste Water Treatment Plant, for the Div. of Water Quality, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Innovative Demolition Service, LLC, related to the bid. (5 Bids, Low) [Martin]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, utility, Utility, water, plant, and demolition

38. 0440-19 A Resolution accepting the bids of Asset Lighting and Electric, Inc., and the Public Safety Store, LLC, establishing price contracts for

Smoke Alarms, for the Div. of Fire and Emergency Services. (4 Bids, Low) [Chilton]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, contract, public safety, services, emergency, electric, and commercial

39. 0455-19 A Resolution ratifying the Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointments of: Robert Peterson, Construction Manager, Grade 531E,

4,084.56 biweekly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective April 29, 2019, Kelli Brewer, Staff Assistant Sr., Grade 510N, 17.317 hourly in the Div. of Police, effective April 29, 2019 and Michelle Deas, Staff Assistant Sr., Grade 510N, 16.410 hourly in the Div. of Police, effective April 29, 2019; ratifying the Permanent Civil Service Appointments of: Faye Clark, Accountant Sr., Grade 520E, 2,083.52 biweekly in the Div. of Accounting, effective April 15, 2019, Larry Grubbs, Equipment Operator Sr., Grade 512N, 17.387 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective April 1, 2019, Joshua Ives, Administrative Officer Sr., Grade 526E, 2,961.54 biweekly in the Dept. of General Services, effective April 15, 2019, William Burgess, Mailroom Clerk, Grade 508N, 14.000 hourly in the Dept. of General Services, effective April 15, 2019, Lisa Grober, Administrative Officer, Grade 523E, 2,469.24 biweekly in the Dept. of General Services, effective April 15, 2019
Tagged Passions:drugs, alcohol, construction, equipment, streets, appointments, utility, Utility, public safety, services, water, and manager

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and Christopher Toutant, Public Service Manager, Grade 521E, 2,500.00 biweekly in the Div. of Parks and Recreation, effective April 1, 2019. [Div. of

Human Resources, Maxwell]
Tagged Passions:parks, manager, human resources, and recreation

40. 0456-19 A Resolution authorizing the Div. of Human Resources to make a conditional offer to the following Probationary Classified Civil Service

Appointments: Rommel Earle, Maintenance Mechanic, Grade 515N, 19.408 hourly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective May 20, 2019 and Charles Washington, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N, 17.603 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective upon passage of Council; and authorizing the Div. of Human Resources to make a conditional offer to the following Unclassified Civil Service appointment: Hunter Pace, Environmental Inspector, Grade 516N, 19.951 hourly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective May 13, 2019. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]
Tagged Passions:council, appointments, utility, Utility, water, environment, and human resources

41. 0376-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Memorandum of Agreement with Ky.

Sheep Wool Producers Association regarding the coordination and production of the Ky. Sheep Fiber Festival, at no cost to the government. [Div. of Parks and Recreation, Conrad]
Tagged Passions:Telecommunications, telecommunications, parks, festival, and recreation

42. 0394-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, pursuant to the Jobs Fund Program, to execute an Incentive

Agreement and related documents with Space Tango, Inc., in an amount not to exceed 100,000, for the creation and retention of at least seven (7) new jobs with an average hourly wage of at least 34.07, exclusive of benefits. [Mayor's Office, Atkins]
Tagged Passions:program, incentive, jobs, and job creation

43. 0413-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Windstream

Communications, designating Windstream Communications as a sole source vendor for existing fiber connectivity and establishing one (1) new fiber connection between the 911 dispatch center and the 800 MHz Radio System tower site, at a cost not to exceed 168,000. [Div. of Enhanced 911, Stack]
Tagged Passions:radio, 911, Telecommunications, cell tower, Cell tower, telecommunications, communications, Communications, and Enhanced 911

44. 0420-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government to execute a Right-of-Way Agreement with Columbia Gas of

Ky., Inc. to permit a permanent easement for the relocation of natural gas regulation equipment for the property located in Woodland Park. [Div. of Parks and Recreation, Conrad]
Tagged Passions:regulation, equipment, natural gas, parks, property, easement, and recreation

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45. 0422-19 A Resolution authorizing the Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement to

purchase an Aeroflex Radio Test Set from Testforce, a sole source provider, at a cost not to exceed 27,087.25. [Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, Chilton]
Tagged Passions:radio, services, emergency, and purchasing

46. 0423-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Expansion Area Development

Exaction Agreement with North Forty Properties, LLC pursuant to Article 23 of the Zoning Ordinance, providing for payment of non-sewer exaction credits for the construction of a stormwater facility system improvement in Expansion Area 2B. [Div. of Planning, Duncan]
Tagged Passions:planning, ordinance, construction, facility, sewer, expansion, utility, development, Utility, zoning, Development, and stormwater

47. 0425-19 A Resolution accepting the Collective Bargaining Agreement by and between the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government and Lexington

Professional Firefighters, IAFF Local 526 on behalf of Fire Majors in the Div. of Fire and Emergency Services. [Div. of Law, Speckert]
Tagged Passions:fire departments and districts, union, services, and emergency

48. 0430-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement awarding a Class A (Neighborhood)

Incentive Grant to Opera House Square Townhouses Corp., for stormwater quality projects, at a cost not to exceed 100,000. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]
Tagged Passions:grant, utility, Utility, water, incentive, neighborhood, and stormwater

49. 0431-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept a quote with Axon Enterprise, Inc.,

for ten new docking stations and Taser Assurance Plan, at a cost not to exceed 16,630. [Div. of Police, Weathers]
Tagged Passions:public safety and boating

50. 0432-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute and submit a Grant Application to

the Ky. Div. of Waste Management, to provide any additional information requested in connection with this Grant Application, and to accept this Grant if the application is approved, which Grant funds are in the amount of 4,000 Commonwealth of Ky. funds, and are for waste tire disposal and recycling for FY 2020, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government for the expenditure of funds, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grant Budget. [Div. of Waste Management, Thurman]
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, budget, and recycling

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51. 0436-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with the

Georgetown-Scott County Emergency Medical Service (GSCEMS), granting access and use of the 800 MHz Public Safety Radio Communication System, at no cost to the Urban County Government. [Div. of Emergency Management/911, Stack]
Tagged Passions:grant, radio, 911, public safety, emergency, communications, and Communications

52. 0451-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Agreements with Amateur Athletic Union, Inc. (

150), Cardinal Valley Neighborhood Association ( 1,200), Nerd Squad ( 950), Lexington Leadership Foundation, Inc. ( 850), Childcare Development Centers of the Bluegrass ( 650), Lyric Theatre and Cultural Arts Center ( 1,050), and Fayette County Neighborhood Council ( 1,250), for the Office of the Urban County Council, at a cost not to exceed the sums stated. [Council Office, Maynard]
Tagged Passions:council, arts, development, union, Development, Child Care, athletics, and neighborhood

53. 0294-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute and submit one or more Grant Applications and to

provide any additional information requested in connection with those Grant Applications, for Grant funds in an amount not to exceed 500,000, for support of the Empower Lexington program. [Council Office, Maynard]
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, council, and program

IX. Communications From the Mayor

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

0453-19 (1) Recommending the appointment of Dr. Mathew Zimmerman as Licensed Physician Member of the Board of Health, with a term expiring June 30,

2021; (2) Recommending the appointments of Brig. General Benjamin Adams, at large member, Mr. Daniel Strayer, Coast Guard Veteran member, and Ms. Catherine Trombley, at large member, to the Commission on Veterans Affairs, all with terms expiring April 25, 2023; (3) Recommending the appointment of Ms. Mirlleth Zapata Parra to the Domestic Violence Prevention Board, filling an unexpired term, with term expiring January 1, 2021; (4) Recommending the reappointment of Mr. Cary Howard as Bar Association Representative to the Ethics Commission, with term expiring March 1, 2023; (5) Recommending the appointment of Dr. Rania Belmadani to the Library Board of Trustees, filling an unexpired term, with term expiring July 20, 2021; (6) Recommending the appointment of Ms. Jemma Kaluski to the
Tagged Passions:health, veterans, boards and commissions, appointments, license, domestic violence, ethics, and library

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Raven Run Citizens Advisory Board, filling an unexpired term, with term expiring November 19, 2019; (7) Recommending the appointment of Ms. Kristy

Stambaugh as Commissioner of Social Services Designee to the Senior Services Commission, with term expiring December 31, 2022; (8) Recommending the appointment of Commissioner Chris Ford, ex officio as Commissioner of Social Services, to the Social Services Advisory Board; and, (9) Recommending the appointment of Ms. Donna Fogle to the Water Quality Fees Board, with term expiring April 25, 2023.
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, social services, utility, Utility, services, and water

X. Fire/Police Discipline - No

Tagged Passions:public safety and discipline

XI. Announcements

XII. Public Comments

Adjournment

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