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Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

Thursday, May 16, 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

0539-19 Minutes of the April 25, 2019 and May 2, 2019 Council Meeting

IV. Ordinances Second Reading

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1. 0494-19 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. 26. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, and budget

2. 0495-19 An Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to reflect current requirements for funds in

the amount of 800 for the Div. of Police from Neighborhood Development Funds to assist with the D.A.R.E. program, Schedule No. 27. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, budget, development, public safety, program, Development, and neighborhood

3. 0459-19 An Ordinance amending the Classified Civil Service authorized strength by reallocating one (1) classified position of Recreation Assistant

from Grade 510N to Grade 514N and reclassifying the incumbent within the Div. of Aging and Disability Services, and abolishing one (1) classified position of Community Program Coordinator, Grade 514N and creating one (1) classified position of Recreation Assistant, Grade 514N and reclassifying the incumbent within the Div. of Aging and Disability Services, effective the first payroll Monday following passage of Council. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]
Tagged Passions:ordinance, council, disability, services, program, human resources, and recreation

V. Ordinances First Reading

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4. 0477-19 An Ordinance pursuant to Section 6.12 of the Lexington Fayette Urban County Government Charter creating the Div. of Lexcall in the Office

of the Chief Administrative Officer; creating the Div. of Emergency Management in the Dept. of Public Safety; creating the Div. of Enhanced 911 in the Dept. of Public Safety; transferring the Div. of Code Enforcement from the Dept. of Planning, Preservation and Development to the Dept. of Public Safety; transferring the Div. of Building Inspection from the Dept. of Planning, Preservation and
Tagged Passions:planning, ordinance, 911, development, public safety, emergency, Development, preservation, codes enforcement, and Enhanced 911

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Development to the Dept. of Environmental Quality and Public Works; transferring the Div. of Historic Preservation from the Dept. of Planning,

Preservation and Development to the Office of the Chief Administrative Officer; transferring the Div. of Planning from the Dept. of Planning, Preservation and Development to the Office of the Chief Development Officer; transferring the Office of Purchase of Development Rights from the Dept. of Planning, Preservation and Development to the Office of the Chief Development Officer; transferring the Div. of Engineering from the Dept. of Planning, Preservation and Development to the Dept. of Environmental Quality and Public Works; transferring all vacant positions and all incumbents; amending the Classified Civil Service authorized strength by abolishing one (1) position of Language Access Specialist, Grade 523E, and one (1) position of Program Specialist, Grade 513E, in the Office of the Commissioner of Social Services; creating one (1) position of Language Access Specialist, Grade 523E, and one (1) position of Program Specialist, Grade 513E, in the Office of the Mayor; transferring the incumbents; abolishing one (1) position of Director of Emergency Management, Grade 526E, one(1) position of Operations and Recovery Manager, Grade 521E, one (1) position of Information Officer, Grade 518E, one (1) position of Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Grade 516N, one (1) position of Administrative Specialist Senior, Grade 516N, one (1) position of Emergency Systems Specialist, Grade 515N, and one (1) position of Logistics Officer, Grade 508N, all in the Div. of Emergency Management/E911; creating one (1) position of Director of Emergency Management, Grade 526E, one (1) position of Operations and Recovery Manager, Grade 521E, one (1) position of Information Officer, Grade 518E, one (1) position of Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Grade 516N, one (1) position of Administrative Specialist Senior, Grade 516N, one (1) position of Emergency Systems Specialist, Grade 515N, and one (1) position of Logistics Officer, Grade 508N, all in the Div. of Emergency Management; transferring all vacant positions and all incumbents; abolishing one (1) position of Call Center Director, Grade 525E, one (1) position of Customer Service Supervisor, Grade 515E, one (1) position of Customer Account Specialist Senior, Grade 514N, one (1) position of Customer Account Specialist, Grade 512N, and one (1) position of Customer Service Specialist, Grade 510N, all in the Div. of Government Communications; creating one (1) position of Call Center Director, Grade 525E, one (1) position of Customer Service Supervisor, Grade 515E, one (1) position of Customer Account Specialist
Tagged Passions:planning, 911, social services, development, historic, public safety, services, program, emergency, environment, purchasing, Development, communications, Public Works, public works, preservation, manager, and Communications

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Senior, Grade 514N, one (1) position of Customer Account Specialist, Grade 512N and one (1) position of Customer Service Specialist, Grade 510N, all

in the Div. of Lexcall; transferring all vacant positions and all incumbents; amending the Unclassified Civil Service authorized strength by abolishing one (1) position of Administrative Officer senior, Grade 526E in the Office of the Mayor; creating one (1) position of Administrative Officer Senior, Grade 526E, in the Office of the Chief Development Officer; transferring the incumbent; abolishing one (1) Program Coordinator, Grade 525E, in the Office of the Commissioner of Social Services; creating one (1) position of Program Coordinator, Grade 525E, in the Office of the Mayor; transferring the incumbent; abolishing one (1) position of Administrative Officer Senior, Grade 526E, in the Office of the Commissioner of Planning, Preservation and Development; creating one (1) position of Administrative Officer Senior, Grade 526E, in the Div. of Computer Services; transferring the incumbent; abolishing one (1) position of Affordable Housing Manager P/T, Grade 526E, in the Office of the Commissioner of Planning, Preservation and Development; creating one (1) position of Affordable Housing Manager P/T, Grade 526E, in the Div. of Grants and Special Programs; transferring the incumbent; abolishing one (1) position of CSEPP Manager P/T, Grade 520N, one (1) position of Emergency Planning Coordinator, Grade 516E, and one position of Administrative Specialist P/T, Grade 513N, in the Div. of Emergency Management/E911; creating one (1) position of CSEPP Manager P/T, Grade 520N, one (1) position of Emergency Planning Coordinator, Grade 516E, and one position of Administrative Specialist P/T, Grade 513N, in the Div. of Emergency Management; transferring the incumbents; effective July 1, 2019. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]
Tagged Passions:planning, grant, 911, social services, development, public safety, services, program, emergency, Development, preservation, manager, human resources, and housing

5. 0493-19 An Ordinance amending Chapter 16 of the Code of Ordinances as follows: amending Section 16-48 to increase disposal fees for sewage;

amending Section 16-57.1 to provide that all rates and fees set forth in Sections 16-48, 16-59, and 16-60 shall be adjusted annually each fiscal year effective July 1, 2021, in accordance with the Consumer Price Index for all urban consumers; amending Section 16-59 to increase fees for sanitary sewer service rates for residential users subject to Schedule A from 6.68 for the first unit, from zero (0) to one hundred (100) cubic feet of water and 5.03 per unit for usage in excess of one (1) unit to 7.01 effective July 1, 2019 and 7.36 effective July 1, 2020, for the first unit, from zero (0) to one hundred (100) cubic feet of water and 5.28 effective July 1, 2019 and 5.54 effective July 1, 2020, per unit for
Tagged Passions:ordinance, sewer, utility, Utility, water, and rates

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usage in excess of one (1) unit; to increase sanitary sewer service rates for users subject to Schedule B from 8.10 for the first unit, from zero (0)

to one hundred (100) cubic feet of water, and 6.12 for usage in excess of one (1) unit to 8.51 effective July 1, 2019 and 8.94 effective July 1, 2020, for the first unit, from zero (0) to one hundred (100) cubic feet of water and 6.43 effective July 1, 2019 and 6.75 effective July 1, 2020, per unit for usage in excess of one (1) unit, plus increase the charge for suspended solids from 0.911 to 0.957 effective July 1, 2019 and 1.005 effective July 1, 2020, the charge for ammonia nitrogen from 2.769 to 2.907 effective July 1, 2019 and 3.052 effective July 1, 2020, and the charge for biochemical oxygen demand from 1.102 to 1.157 effective July 1, 2019 and 1.215 effective July 1, 2020; and amending Section 16-60 to increase sanitary sewer tap on fees. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]
Tagged Passions:sewer, 911, budget, utility, Utility, water, and rates

6. 0558-19 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. 28. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, and budget

7. 0561-19 An Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to reflect current requirements for funds in

the amount of 2,000 for the Div. of Traffic Engineering from Neighborhood Development Funds for three wayfinding signs for Masterson Station Park, Schedule No. 30. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, budget, development, parks, Development, traffic, and neighborhood

8. 0523-19 An Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 184-2016 to correctly state conditional zoning restrictions that were approved as part of the zoning

map amendment changing the zone from a Light Industrial zone to a Neighborhood Business (B-1) zone for 0.35 net (0.54 gross) acre, for properties located at 561, 563 and 565 E. Third St.; and a Downtown Frame Business (B-2A) zone, for 2.38 net (3.95 gross) acres, for properties located at 556 and 576 E. Third St.; and 225, 261 and 265 Midland Ave., and 250 Lewis St. [Div. of Law, Speckert]
Tagged Passions:ordinance, business, industrial, zoning, downtown, and neighborhood

VI. Resolutions Second Reading

1. 0460-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of Aramsco, Inc., establishing a price contract for Hospital PPE Kits, for the Div. of Emergency

Management/911. (1 Bid) [Dugger]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, hospital, 911, contract, emergency, and healthcare

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2. 0480-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of Lexington Quarry Co., establishing a price contract for Rock, for the Div. of Streets and Roads. (2

Bids, Low) [Allen]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, streets, and contract

3. 0487-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of Old Glory Resources, Inc., establishing a price contract for Wood Fiber Safety Surface, for the Div. of

Parks and Recreation. (1 Bid) [Conrad]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, contract, Telecommunications, telecommunications, parks, and recreation

4. 0474-19 A Resolution ratifying the Probationary Civil Service Appointments of: Renu Agarwal, Payroll Analyst, Grade 520N, 26.023 hourly in the

Div. of Accounting, effective May 20, 2019, Heath Jackson, Public Service Worker Sr., Grade 509N, 15.597 hourly in the Div. of Parks and Recreation, effective May 20, 2019, and Heidi Lawson, Public Service Worker Sr., Grade 509N, 16.838 hourly in the Div. of Parks and Recreation, effective May 20, 2019; and ratifying the Probationary Sworn Appointment of: Kevin Deweese, Fire Lieutenant, Grade 315N, 20.593 hourly in the Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, effective April 18, 2019. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]
Tagged Passions:appointments, services, emergency, parks, human resources, and recreation

5. 0355-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Service Agreements with Granicus, Inc., for

legislative management software and hardware, at a cost not to exceed 53,148 in Fiscal Year 2020. [Office of the Council Clerk, Allan]
Tagged Passions:council, information technology, and Information Technology

6. 0438-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Professional Services Contract

with Resource Recycling Systems, for the Material Recovery Facility, at a cost not to exceed 24,855. [Div. of Waste Management, Thurman]
Tagged Passions:facility, contract, services, and recycling

7. 0441-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute certificates of consideration and other necessary

documents, and to accept deeds of easement and permanent right of way from owners of record for property interests needed for the Bahama Rd. Stormwater Improvement Project, at no cost to the Urban County Government. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, property, easement, and stormwater

8. 0442-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Change Order No. 1 to the Agreement with Lagco,

Inc., for the Arrowhead Dr. Stormwater Improvements
Tagged Passions:stormwater

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Project, increasing the Contract price by the sum of 4,652, from 203,462 to 208,114. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, contract, and water

9. 0443-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Change Order No. 1 (Final) to the Agreement with

Herrick Co., Inc., for the Horse Park Pump Station Generator Replacement Project, decreasing the Contract price by the sum of 475, from 146,000 to 145,525, and extending the date of completion by 87 days, to April 30, 2019. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]
Tagged Passions:pets, utility, Utility, contract, water, and parks

10. 0444-19 A Resolution authorizing the Div. of Waste Management, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to purchase software, hardware and

professional services from Mettler Toledo, a sole source provider, at a cost not to exceed 30,000. [Div. of Waste Management, Thurman]
Tagged Passions:services, purchasing, information technology, and Information Technology

11. 0445-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a sole source Agreement with

RouteWare, Inc., for hardware devices, software, professional services, data plans and/or maintenance support. [Div. of Waste Management, Thurman]
Tagged Passions:services, information technology, and Information Technology

12. 0452-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Clemson University designating

LFUCG as an internship site for therapeutic recreation students, at no cost to the Urban County Government. [Div. of Parks and Recreation, Conrad]
Tagged Passions:Clemson, parks, university, students, and recreation

13. 0457-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute and submit a Grant Application to

the United States Dept. of Justice and to provide any additional information requested in connection with this Grant Application, which Grant funds are in the amount of 42,100 Federal funds under the 2019 State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP), and are for reimbursement of costs related to the incarceration of undocumented criminal aliens. [Div. of Community Corrections, Haney]
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, program, Immigration, and jail

VII. Resolutions First Reading

14. 0463-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with the Dept. of

Criminal Justice Training, for use of the McKinney Driving
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Track. [Div. of Police, Weathers]

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15. 0464-19 A Resolution establishing Bobcat Enterprises as a sole source provider for performing out of warranty repairs and providing replacement

parts for Bobcat manufactured equipment, for the Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management and authorizing the Mayor or designee, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreements with Bobcat Enterprises related to the procurement of these goods and services. [Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management, Baradaran]
Tagged Passions:equipment, services, and purchasing

16. 0465-19 A Resolution authorizing the Div. of Water Quality, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to purchase chlorine gas and sulfur dioxide

regulators for the Town Branch Waste Water Treatment Plant, from JAGS Environmental, Inc., a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreement with JAGS Environmental, Inc., related to the procurement, at a cost estimated not to exceed 19,884. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]
Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, Utility, water, environment, purchasing, and plant

17. 0466-19 A Resolution authorizing the Div. of Water Quality, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to purchase sludge pump replacement parts

for the Town Branch Waste Water Treatment Plant, from Straeffer Pump Supply, Inc., a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreement with Straeffer Pump Supply, Inc., related to the procurement, at a cost estimated not to exceed 19,657.47. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, purchasing, and plant

18. 0467-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement awarding a Class B (Infrastructure)

Incentive Grant to Northyard, LLC, for stormwater quality projects, at a cost not to exceed 299,968.60. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]
Tagged Passions:grant, utility, Utility, water, incentive, and stormwater

19. 0471-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Supplemental Agreement No. 2 with

the Ky. Transportation Cabinet, for the acceptance of additional Federal funds in the amount of 57,615.00 for the Construction Phase for the Oxford Circle Sidewalks Project, reallocating 3,181.60 from the Right-of-Way Phase to the Construction Phase, the acceptance of which obligates the Urban County Government for the expenditure of 14,403.75 as a local match. [Div. of Engineering, Burton]
Tagged Passions:funding, construction, streets, transportation, and Pedestrian

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20. 0488-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Memorandum of Agreement with Bluegrass

Community and Technical College (BCTC), for services relating to water quality monitoring in the West Hickman Watershed, at no cost to the Urban County Government. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, services, water, watershed, and university

21. 0489-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement (awarded pursuant to RFP No.

15-2019) with Advanced Mulching Technologies, Inc. d/b/a Ecogro, for post-construction monitoring, reporting, and maintenance relating to the Coldstream Park Stream Restoration and Preservation Project, a Supplemental Environmental Project required by the Consent Decree, at a cost estimated not to exceed 54,312 in fiscal year 2019. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, construction, utility, Utility, water, environment, parks, and preservation

22. 0490-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Partial Release of Easement, releasing a

portion of a utility easement on the property located at 440 Squires Rd. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, property, and easement

23. 0511-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Agreements with the East End Community

Development Corp. ( 150), Friends of Lexington Fisher House ( 500), Eastland Parkway Neighborhood Association, Inc. ( 800), Access Ministries ( 2,175), Squires Elementary PTA, Inc. ( 225) and On the Move Art Studio ( 975), 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, Development, education, neighborhood, and community development

24. 0526-19 A Resolution initiating a text amendment to Article 8, Sections 8-17(o), 8-18(o) and 8-19(o) of the Zoning Ordinance to provide for

greater correlation between the Town Branch Commons corridor and development that is adjacent to, connected to, or interacts directly with the Town Branch Commons corridor, in the B-2B zone. [Council Office, Maynard]
Tagged Passions:ordinance, council, development, zoning, Development, and corridor

25. 0527-19 A Resolution approving the FY 2020 Budget of the Transit Authority of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government (Lextran) pursuant to

KRS 96A.360 and requesting that the Commissioner of Finance authorize the Fayette County Sheriff s Office to disburse the funds to Lextran collected from the ad valorem tax approved by voters on November 9, 2004. [Dept. of Finance, O'Mara]
Tagged Passions:funding, finance, budget, taxes, Taxes, public safety, Public Transit, and ad valorem

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26. 0514-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of Rawdon Meyers, Inc., in the amount of 10,652, for Plug Valve (20 Inch) and Knife Gate Valve (20 Inch)

for the West Hickman Waste Water Treatment Plant, for the Div. of Water Quality. (3 Bids, Low) [Martin]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, utility, Utility, water, and plant

27. 0515-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of Winner s Circle Painting, In the amount of 29,500, for Exterior Painting of CMU Buildings and Steel

Hoist Rails at the West Hickman Waste Water Treatment Plant, for the Div. of Water Quality. (4 Bids, Low) [Martin]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, arts, utility, Utility, transportation, water, and plant

28. 0516-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of Adams SFC, Inc. d/b/a R.P. Adams, in the amount of 61,899, for Automatic Backwash Strainer for the West

Hickman Waste Water Treatment Plant, for the Div. of Water Quality. (1 Bid) [Martin]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, utility, Utility, water, and plant

29. 0518-19 A Resolution accepting the bids of Batteries Plus Bulbs; Fleet Pride, Inc.; and General Parts Distribution, LLC d/b/a Advanced Auto

Parts, establishing price contracts for Truck and Auto Batteries, for the Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management. (3 Bids, Low) [Baradaran]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, contract, and transportation

30. 0519-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of Riley Oil Co., establishing a price contract for Commercial Fuel - Diesel, for the Div. of Facilities

and Fleet Management. (1 Bid) [Baradaran]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, Fossil Fuels - Oil, contract, and commercial

31. 0522-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of Horvath Communications, Inc. d/b/a Horvath Towers V, in accordance with the provisions of Ordinance No.

69-2016, creating and offering for sale a franchise for the operation of a non-exclusive telecommunications (or related non-cable) system in Fayette County, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a franchise Agreement with Horvath Communications, Inc. d/b/a Horvath Towers V, incorporating the terms and conditions of Ordinance No. 69-2016. (1 Bid) [Slatin]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, ordinance, sale, Telecommunications, cell tower, Cell tower, telecommunications, communications, and Communications

32. 0529-19 A Resolution accepting the bids of Alpha Mechanical Service, Inc.; Anixter, Inc.; Baldwin Sours, Inc.; and Traffic Control Products,

Inc., establishing price contracts for Fiber Optic Cable and Control Equipment (Rebid), for the Div. of Traffic Engineering. (5 Bids, Low) [Neal]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, equipment, contract, Telecommunications, telecommunications, and traffic

33. 0530-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of Leak Eliminators, LLC, establishing a price contract for Storm Sewer System Cleaning and

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, sewer, utility, Utility, and contract

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Rehabilitation, for the Div. of Water Quality, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Leak

Eliminators, LLC, related to the bid. (1 Bid) [Martin]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, utility, Utility, and water

34. 0544-19 A Resolution accepting the bid of C3 Mechanical, LLC, in the amount of 185,000, for the West Hickman Waste Water Treatment Plant Solids

Processing Building Plumbing Improvements, for the Div. of Water Quality, and authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with C3 Mechanical, LLC, related to the bid. (3 Bids, Low) [Martin]
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, utility, Utility, water, and plant

35. 0549-19 A Resolution ratifying the Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointments of: Joseph Smith, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N,

17.049 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective May 27, 2019, DeMarcus Wingate, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N, 17.049 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective May 27, 2019, James Confides, Engineering Technician, Grade 514N, 19.752 hourly in the Div. of Engineering, effective June 10, 2019 and James Baker, Fleet Operations Supervisor, Grade 519N, 28.000 hourly in the Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management, effective June 10, 2019; ratifying the Permanent Civil Service Appointments of: Caleb Hubbard, Customer Service Supervisor, Grade 515E, 1,532.40 biweekly in the Div. of Government Communications, effective May 12, 2019 and Kendra Carter, Call Center Director, Grade 526E, 2,792.32 biweekly in the Div. of Government Communications, effective March 3, 2019 and ratifying the Unclassified Civil Service appointment of: Johnathan LaFollette, Treatment Plant Operator-Class II, Grade 512N, 16.834 hourly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective April 19, 2019. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]
Tagged Passions:appointments, utility, Utility, water, plant, communications, human resources, and Communications

36. 0550-19 A Resolution authorizing the Div. of Human Resources to make a conditional offer to the following Probationary Classified Civil Service

Appointments: Milton Locke, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N, 17.987 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective upon passage of Council, Michael Page, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N, 19.038 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective upon passage of Council, Shaunetta Thomas, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N, 18.953 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective upon passage of Council, Melissa Hall, Engineering Technician, Grade 514N,
Tagged Passions:council, appointments, and human resources

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17.902 hourly in the Div. of Engineering, effective May 28, 2019, Crystal Brown, Administrative Specialist Sr., Grade 516N, 21.119 hourly in the Div.

of Human Resources, effective June 10, 2019, Margaret Boland, Staff Assistant Sr., Grade 510N, 15.318 hourly in the Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, effective June 3, 2019, Garry Edwards, Heavy Equipment Mechanic - Apprentice, Grade 511N, 16.830 hourly in the Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management, effective upon passage of Council, Diane Fout, Staff Assistant Sr., Grade 510N, 18.411 hourly in the Div. of Parks and Recreation, effective June 3, 2019, and Brandon Darland, Equipment Operator, Grade 510N, 15.170 hourly in the Div. of Parks and Recreation, effective upon passage of Council; and authorizing the Div. of Human Resources to make a conditional offer to the following Unclassified Civil Service appointments: Jose Alvarez, Victim s Advocate, Grade 514N, 19.823 hourly in the Div. of Police, effective May 28, 2019 and Kevin Hays, Treatment Plant Operator - Apprentice, Grade 509N, 15.184 hourly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective June 10, 2019. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]
Tagged Passions:equipment, council, appointments, utility, Utility, public safety, services, emergency, water, plant, parks, human resources, and recreation

37. 0472-19 A Resolution declaring 913 Georgetown St. as surplus and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County

Government, to execute deeds and any other necessary documents for the transfer of 913 Georgetown St. to Community Action Council. [Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management, Baradaran]
Tagged Passions:council, surplus, and poverty

38. 0496-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute and submit an application to the

Ky. Office of Homeland Security and to provide any additional information requested in connection with this Grant Application, which Grant funds are in the amount of 123,000 Federal funds under the 2020 State Homeland Security Grant Program, and are for the purchase of two (2) digital x-ray system upgrades, for the Div. of Police. [Div. of Police, Weathers]
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, security, public safety, program, and purchasing

39. 0498-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Change Order No. 2 (final) to the Agreement with

Woodall Construction Co., Inc., for the Fleet Management Water Quality Improvements Project, decreasing the Contract price by the sum of 3,386.25, from 138,704.74 to 135,318.49, and extending the date of completion by 160 days, to April 29, 2019. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]
Tagged Passions:construction, utility, Utility, contract, and water

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40. 0499-19 A Resolution authorizing the Div. of Waste Management, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to purchase parts and services for

equipment at the Material Recovery Facility from Machinex, a sole source provider, at a cost not to exceed 100,000. [Div. of Waste Management, Thurman]
Tagged Passions:equipment, facility, services, and purchasing

41. 0501-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Memorandum of Agreement with Ky.

Border Collie Association regarding the coordination and production of the Bluegrass Classic Stockdog Trial. [Div. of Parks and Recreation, Conrad]
Tagged Passions:parks and recreation

42. 0502-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute and submit four (4) Grant

Applications to the Ky. Office of Homeland Security and to provide any additional information requested in connection with these Grant Applications, which Grant funds are in the amount of 201,750 Federal funds under the 2020 State Homeland Security Grant Program, and are for the purchase of a Medium/Heavy Duty Truck equipped with SwapLoader Brand Lift Arm ( 111,000), a TruDefender Portable Chemical Identification Analyzer ( 55,000), a Polaris All-Terrain Vehicle ( 25,500) and a First Look 360 Search Camera ( 10,250), for the Div. of Fire and Emergency Services. [Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, Chilton]
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, security, transportation, services, program, emergency, and purchasing

43. 0520-19 A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute and submit the 2019 Consolidated

Plan/Grant Application to the United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), to provide any additional information requested in connection with this Grant Application, and to accept the Grant if the application is approved, which Grant funds are in the amount of 3,770,582 Federal funds, are for FY 2020 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program ( 2,346,550), Home Program ( 1,228,568), and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Program ( 195,464), the acceptance of which obligates the Urban County Government for the expenditure of 362,664 from various funding sources as a local cash match and 132,800 in-kind match; authorizing the Mayor to execute Agreements for the approved plan and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grant Budget. [Div. of Grants and Special Programs, Lanter]
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, budget, development, program, emergency, Development, cdbg, community development, and housing

44. 0521-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Third Amendment to Lease Agreement

Tagged Passions:leasing

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Tagged Passions:council

with Dentham-Blythe Co., extending for one (1) year, with one (1) optional renewal, the term of the lease for office space at 100 Trade Center St.,

which is used for the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government Wellness Center, at a cost not to exceed 106,212.48 in fiscal year 2020 and 111,523.08 in fiscal year 2021. [Dept. of General Services, Baradaran]
Tagged Passions:leasing, services, and trade

45. 0540-19 A Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with the Georgetown St.

Neighborhood Association, Inc. ( 500), for the Office of the Urban County Council, at a cost not to exceed the sum stated. [Council Office, Maynard]
Tagged Passions:council and neighborhood

46. 0560-19 A Resolution authorizing the Dept. of Law to institute condemnation proceedings in Fayette Circuit Court to obtain permanent and

temporary easements on portions of the property located at 1151 Manchester St. for the Town Branch Trail Project, Phase 6. [Council Office, Maynard]
Tagged Passions:council, legal, trails, property, condemnation, easement, and court

VIII. Communications From the Mayor (For Information Only)

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

0551-19 (1) Transfer of Jeffrey Poe, Code Enforcement Officer, Grade 516N, 22.040 hourly from the Div. of Code Enforcement to the Div. of Grants and

Special Programs, effective June 1, 2019; and, (2) Temporary Appointment of Stephen Parker, Traffic Engineer Manager, Grade 527E, 3,256.24 biweekly in the Div. of Traffic Engineering, effective June 3, 2019.
Tagged Passions:grant, appointments, program, manager, codes enforcement, and traffic

IX. Fire/Police Discipline - No

Tagged Passions:public safety and discipline

X. Announcements

XI. Public Comments

Adjournment

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