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Administrative Services Committee

Commission Meeting Agenda

Commission Chamber 8/20/2019 2:00 PM
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INVOCATION: Bishop Booker T. Hayes, Jr. Pastor Greater Apostolic Holy Temple.

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PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

Five (5) minute time limit per delegation DELEGATIONS

A.
Mr. Bennish Brown, Augusta Convention Visitors Bureau, presentation of ACVB 2nd Quarterly Report of 2019 and review of Film

Augusta mid-year report. Attachments

Tagged Passions:conventions

B.
Ms. Ashley Brown, Senior Manager of Community Outreach at

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Goodwill regarding a need for a covered Transit Bus Stop on Washington Road at Fury's Ferry Road. (Requested by Commissioner John Clarke)

Attachments CONSENT AGENDA (Items 1-25) PUBLIC SERVICES

Tagged Passions:streets, Public Transit, services, Public Works, public works, ferry, and FERRY

1.
Motion to approve the 2019 Convention and Visitors Bureau Tourism Grant Agreement for Special Events. (Approved by Public Services

Committee August 13, 2019) Attachments

Tagged Passions:grant, tourism, services, events, conventions, Public Works, and public works

2.
Motion to approve New Location: A.N. 19-28: request by Heather C.

Thompson for an on premise consumption Liquor, Beer Wine License to be used in connection with Cantina Locale located at 2803 Wrightsboro Rd Ste. 20A. There will be Sunday Sales. District 3. Attachments Super District 10. (Approved by Public Services Committee August 13, 2019)

Tagged Passions:alcohol, sale, services, Public Works, public works, and license

3.
Motion to approve Existing Location: A.N. 19-30: request by

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Tasneem Hassan Jamil for a retail package Wine License to be used in connection with H S Wine Spirits located at 3150 Wrightsboro

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:alcohol and license

Rd. Ste. B. District 2. Super District 9.(Approved by Public Services Committee August 13, 2019)

Attachments

Tagged Passions:services, Public Works, and public works

4.
Motion to approve Bid Item 19-217 Downtown Landscaping Improvement Project to Jacobs Landscaping in the amount of 27,650.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and downtown

(Approved by Public Services Committee August 13, 2019)

Attachments
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5.
Motion to approve a request by Raven Y. Hargrave for a Massage Operator's License to be used in connection with Live Life Relaxing

Massage Therapy located at 3540 Wheeler RD Ste. 314. District 3. Super District 10. (Approved by Public Services Committee August

Tagged Passions:services, Public Works, public works, and license

13, 2019)

Attachments

6.
Motion to approve the purchase of Seventeen (17) New Bus Shelters

from Austin Mohawk and Company, LLC. (Approved by Public Services Committee August 13, 2019) Attachments ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Tagged Passions:Public Transit, services, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

7.
Motion to approve Engineering Department-Storm Water Division requests the purchase of one replacement Dome Style Service Truck at a

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Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, transportation, water, purchasing, and stormwater

cost of 72,932.00 using Storm Water Capital Outlay. Bid Item 19-237 - Wade Ford (Approved by Administrative Services Committee

Attachments
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, utility, Utility, services, water, and stormwater

8.
Motion to approve amending the 2019 Commission Calendar to hold

budget hearings between the time the budget is presented until the date that the budget is adopted. (Approved by Administrative Services Committee August 13, 2019) Attachments

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, budget, services, and hearing

9.
Motion to approve award of contract for Annual Ground Maintenance for Downtown Facilities and Regional Library Locations to Truegreen,

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract, downtown, and library

Piedmont Landscape Management, Davis Landscape Company and Jacobs Land Management of North Augusta and Augusta in the amount of 224,069.89. The base bid is for September 1, 2019 to December 31,

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and buildings and grounds

2020 with an option to extend for one year in 2021. (Approved by Administrative Services Committee August 13, 2019)

Attachments

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10.
Motion to approve amending Augusta Code Section 3-7-33 Marijuana to reduce the jail time from 60 days to no time and the fine from a cap of

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1,000 to a cap of 150 for the first two offenses and a cap fine of 300 for the third and subsequent offenses and bringing the amended Code

section back for approval. (Approved by Administrative Services Committee August 13, 2019) Attachments
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11.
Motion to approve award of contract to provide professional services to

assess the condition of roofs on Augusta owned buildings to Terracon Consultants of Lawrenceville, GA in the amount of 85,750.00. Bid Item 19-229 (Approved by Administrative Services Committee August 13, 2019) Attachments

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, contract, and services

12.
Motion to approve preparing a Code amendment to adopt the Commission calendar for 2020 having one meeting in July and two

meetings in December. (Approved by Administrative Services Committee August 13, 2019) Attachments PUBLIC SAFETY

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, public safety, and services

13.
Motion to approve Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency and

Augusta-Richmond County Emergency Management Agency for Grant Applications. (Approved by Public Safety Committee August 13, 2019) Attachments

Tagged Passions:grant, security, public safety, emergency, and Immigration

14.
Motion to approve the replacement of infrastructure hardware and software. (Approved by Public Safety Committee August 13, 2019) Attachments

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:public safety, information technology, and Information Technology

15.
Motion to approve a change order to in the amount of 30,922 for soil remediation that will increase the net amount of P362943 to 91,903.30

for Bid 18-285 Demolition and Reconstruction of Parking and Roadway Entrance at Fire Station 4, awarded to Contract Management Inc. (Approved by Public Safety Committee August 13, 2019) Attachments

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, contract, public safety, fire departments and districts, demolition, and parking

16.
Motion to approve the transfer of 158,000 from the Augusta Fire Department s fund balance for the Engineering Department purchase of

EMTRAC for all Fire Department first-response vehicles. (Approved by Public Safety Committee August 13, 2019) Attachments ENGINEERING SERVICES

Tagged Passions:public safety, fire departments and districts, services, and purchasing

17.
Motion to approve a one-year extension of the contract for Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) maintenance services with Atlanta Gas and Light

(AGL) Resources. The total cost for the extension is 75,000.00. (Approved by Engineering Services Committee August 13, 2019) Attachments

Tagged Passions:contract, services, and natural gas

18.
Motion to approve ESD to utilize the Georgia EPD Local Government Scrap Tire Abatement Program and authorize the Administrator and

Mayor to execute Agreements and Required Documents. (Approved by Engineering Services Committee August 13, 2019) Attachments

Tagged Passions:services, program, abatement, and administrator

19.
Motion to authorize a change order to Atlanta Gas Light's (AGL) current Purchase Order (PO). (Approved by Engineering Services Committee August 13, 2019)

Attachments PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS

Tagged Passions:services, purchasing, communications, and Communications

20.
Motion to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of the Augusta

Commission held on August 6, 2019 and Special Called Meeting held August 13, 2019. Attachments APPOINTMENT(S)

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and appointments

21.
Motion to approve the reappointment of Ms. Carmen Few to the Augusta Animal Control Citizen Advisory Committee representing

District 1. Attachments

Tagged Passions:pets and animal control

22.
Motion to approve the reappointment of Mr. Peter Hughes to the Augusta Canal Authority representing District 2. Attachments

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:watershed

23.
Motion to approve the reappointment of Ms. Shannon Rodgers to the

Augusta Animal Control Citizen Advisory Committee representing District 2. Attachments

Tagged Passions:pets and animal control

24.
Motion to approve the appointment of Mr. Ben Payne to the General Aviation Commission-Daniel Field representing District 7. Attachments

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and appointments

25.
Motion to approve the appointment of Mr. Charles Byrd to the Augusta

No additional detail provided

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Animal Services Citizens Advisory Board representing District 8. Attachments

No additional detail provided

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****END CONSENT AGENDA**** AUGUSTA COMMISSION

8/20/2019 AUGUSTA COMMISSION REGULAR AGENDA 8/20/2019 (Items 26-31) PUBLIC SERVICES 26. Existing Location: A.N. 19-29: A request by Brenda Thorington for an on premise consumption Beer License to be used in connection with Pizza Hut 2020 located at 613 15th St. There will be Sunday Sales. District 1. Super District 9 (No recommendation Public Services Committee August 13, 2019) . Attachments

Tagged Passions:alcohol, boards and commissions, sale, restaurants, services, Public Works, public works, and license

27.
Motion to approve the Memorandum of Understanding with Augusta and the public art agency, the Greater Augusta Arts Council (GAAC),

regarding implementation of three Gateway Sculptures, with the first to be located at the corner of Riverwatch Parkway and Alexander Drive. (No recommendation from Public Services Committee August 13, 2019) Attachments ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Tagged Passions:council, arts, services, Public Works, public works, and gateway

28.
Motion to approve that any voting member of this body can make a motion at any point without being recognized by the Chair. (Requested

by Commissioner Marion Williams) Attachments

Tagged Passions:recognition and voting

29.
Award the design/build contract for renovations to 510 Fenwick Street (three story tower only) to serve as offices for the Georgia Department of

Family and Children s Services (DFCS) to 2KM Architects in the amount of 3,088,100.00. Attachments

Tagged Passions:streets, contract, cell tower, Cell tower, and services

30.
Discuss lack of economic growth in the underserved areas of Augusta e.g. the James Brown Heritage Trail. (Requested by Commissioner

Marion Williams) Attachments LEGAL MEETING
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A.
Pending and Potential Litigation.

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B.
Real Estate.

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C.
Personnel.

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31.
Motion to authorize execution by the Mayor of the affidavit of

compliance with Georgia's Open Meeting Act. Upcoming Meetings www.augustaga.gov

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Commission Meeting Agenda

8/20/2019 2:00 PM Invocation Department: Department:
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Caption: Bishop Booker T. Hayes, Jr. Pastor Greater Apostolic Holy Temple.

Background: Analysis: Financial Impact: Alternatives: Recommendation: Funds are

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Available in the

Following Accounts: REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY: Cover Memo

Commission Meeting Agenda

8/20/2019 2:00 PM
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Mr. Bennish Brown

Department: Department:

Caption: Mr. Bennish Brown, Augusta Convention Visitors Bureau, presentation of ACVB 2nd Quarterly Report of 2019 and review of Film Augusta mid-year report.

Background: Analysis: Financial Impact: Alternatives: Recommendation: Funds are

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Available in the

Following Accounts: REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY: Cover Memo

AGBNDA ITEM RBQI]BST FORM

Commission mcetings: First and third Tuesdays of each month -

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2:00 p.m. Committee meetings: Second and last Tuesdays of each month - 1:00 p.m.

Commission/Committee: (Please check one and insert meeting date)

Comnrissiort Date of Meeting Date of Meeting Date of Meeting

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/fuli't Public Safety Cornmittee Public Services Comm ittee

Inforrnation fo Txnnish

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Administrative Services Committee Date of Meetirrg Engineering Services Committee Date of Meeting Finance Committee Date of Meeting

r Individual/Presenter Making the Request:IContact Telephonc Nutnber: Fax Number: - ' E-MailAddress:
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Caption/Topic gf.Discussion Aru \ert-tal-t nn /.

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Please send this requcst form to the following address:

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Ms. Lena J. Bonner Clerk of Commission Suite 220 Municipal Building 535 Telfair Street Augusta, GA 30901

Telephone Number: 706-821-1820 Fax Number: 706-821-1838 E-MailAddress: nmorarvski@augustaga.gov Requests may be faxed, e-mailed or delivered in person and must be receivcd in the Clerk's Office no later than 5:00 p.m. on the Wcdnesday preceding the Commission meeting and 5:00 p.m. on the Tuesday preceding the Committee mceting of the following rveek. A five- minute time limit rvill be allowed for presentations.

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Commission Meeting Agenda

8/20/2019 2:00 PM
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Transit Bus Stop on Washington Road at Fury's Ferry Road.

Department: Department:
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Caption: Ms. Ashley Brown, Senior Manager of Community Outreach at Goodwill regarding a need for a covered Transit Bus Stop on Washington Road at Fury's Ferry Road. (Requested by

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Tagged Passions:streets, Public Transit, manager, ferry, and FERRY

Commissioner John Clarke)

Background: Analysis: Financial Impact: Alternatives: Recommendation: Funds are

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Available in the

Following Accounts: REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY: Cover Memo

Commission Meeting Agenda

8/20/2019 2:00 PM
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2019 Convention and Visitors Bureau Tourism Grant Agreement for Special Events

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Tagged Passions:grant, tourism, events, and conventions

Department: Recreation and Parks Department

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Department: Recreation and Parks Department

No additional detail provided

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Caption: Motion to approve the 2019 Convention and Visitors Bureau Tourism Grant Agreement for Special Events. (Approved by Public Services Committee August 13, 2019)

Background: Augusta Recreation and Parks was selected to receive a grant to promote activities, attractions and special events expected to foster local economic development and to create positive economic impact through tourism.

Tagged Passions:grant, economic development, development, tourism, services, events, conventions, parks, Development, Public Works, public works, and recreation

Analysis: The grant provides the mechanism for Augusta, Georgia to

receive a 15,244 grant for print and digital advertising outside a 60 mile radius of Augusta, Georgia for new events at Lake Olmstead Stadium this fall.

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Financial Impact: There is no match for this grant.

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Alternatives: 1. To approve the 2019 Convention and Visitors Bureau

Tourism Grant Agreement for Special Events. 2. To deny, this would result in forfeiting grant funds and advertising resources.
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Recommendation: 1. To approve the 2019 Convention and Visitors Bureau

Tourism Grant Agreement for Special Events. Funds are
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Available in the

Following Accounts: TBD REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY: Cover Memo Finance. Law. Administrator.
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Clerk of Commission

Cover Memo
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Commission Meeting Agenda

8/20/2019 2:00 PM Alcohol Application
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Department: Planning Development

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Department: Planning Development

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Caption: Motion to approve New Location: A.N. 19-28: request by Heather C. Thompson for an on premise consumption Liquor, Beer Wine License to be used in connection with Cantina

Locale located at 2803 Wrightsboro Rd Ste. 20A. There will be Sunday Sales. District 3. Super District 10. (Approved by Public Services Committee August 13, 2019)

Tagged Passions:alcohol, sale, services, Public Works, public works, and license

Background: The is a New Location.

Analysis: The applicant meets the requirements of the City of Augusta's

Alcohol Ordinance. Financial Impact: The applicant will pay a pro-rated fee of 3,427.50 Alternatives:

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Recommendation: The Planning Development approved the application subject to additional information not contradicting the applicant s

statements. The Sheriff s Office approved the application subject to additional information not contradicting applicant s statements. Funds are
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Available in the

Following Accounts: REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY: Cover Memo Law Administrator
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Clerk of Commission

Cover Memo
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Commission Meeting Agenda

8/20/2019 2:00 PM Alcohol Application
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Department: Planning Development

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Department: Planning Development

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Caption: Motion to approve Existing Location: A.N. 19-30: request by Tasneem Hassan Jamil for a retail package Wine License to be used in connection with H S Wine Spirits located at

3150 Wrightsboro Rd. Ste. B. District 2. Super District 9. (Approved by Public Services Committee August 13, 2019) Background: This is an Existing Location.

Tagged Passions:alcohol, services, Public Works, public works, and license

Analysis: The applicant meets the requirements of the City of Augusta's Alcohol Ordinance.

Financial Impact: The applicant will pay a pro-rated fee of 332.50. Alternatives:

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Recommendation: The Planning Development approved the application subject

to additional information not contradicting the applicant s statements. The Sheriff s Office approved the application subject to additional information not contradicting applicant s statements. Funds are
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Available in the

Following Accounts: REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY: Cover Memo Law Administrator
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Clerk of Commission

Cover Memo
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Commission Meeting Agenda

8/20/2019 2:00 PM
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Downtown Landscaping Improvement Project - Bid Item 19-217

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Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and downtown

Department: Recreation and Parks Department

No additional detail provided

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Department: Recreation and Parks Department

No additional detail provided

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Caption: Motion to approve Bid Item 19-217 Downtown Landscaping Improvement Project to Jacobs Landscaping in the amount of 27,650. (Approved by Public Services Committee August

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Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, downtown, services, Public Works, and public works

13, 2019)

Background: During the 2019 budget process, the Recreation and Parks staff

proposed a plan to improve the overall aesthetics and maintenance of downtown landscaping, including mowing, trimming and shrub bed maintenance within the Greene Street and Broad Street corridors, as well as at the Old Government House/Hagler Garden and several turf islands on East Boundary. New program funding was approved effective 7/1/19 for one-
Tagged Passions:funding, streets, budget, downtown, program, parks, corridor, and recreation

half the requested amount for 48,250. Bids were requested through Procurement; five firms submitted responsive bids on

this work. Jacobs Landscaping, 733 Scott Nixon Memorial Dr., Augusta, GA 30907 was selected as the most responsible bidder within available funds. The Low Bidder, was deemed not
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responsible due to substandard references and the lack of completing similar type landscaping services based upon these

references. Analysis: The Department supports this initiative, as the downtown corridor is a high profile area traveled daily by thousands of drivers, and visited by thousands each year during special events. Augusta will benefit from the functional and aesthetic improvements made by funding this initiative. The Procurement Director has approved the Recreation and Parks Department proceeding with the award to the next lowest most responsive bidder based on the detail review of the references. The award of bid is based on a ten-day cycle (3x/month).

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Financial Impact: The cost of this item will be 27,650. Cover Memo

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Alternatives: 1. To Approve 2. Move No Action which may result in lower

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quality landscape and maintenance.

No additional detail provided

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Recommendation: 1. To Approve

Funds are

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Available in the

Following Accounts: Funds are available in account 101-06-1122-53-19150. REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY: Finance. Procurement. Law. Administrator.
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Clerk of Commission

Cover Memo Invitation to Bid Sealed bids will be received at this office until Friday, May 10, 2019 @ 11:00 a.m. for furnishing:
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Bid Item 19-217 Downtown Landscaping Maintenance For Augusta, GA, Recreation and Parks Department

Bids will be received by Augusta, GA Commission hereinafter referred to as the OWNER at the offices of:
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Geri A. Sams, Director Augusta Procurement Department 535 Telfair Street - Room 605 Augusta, Georgia 30901

Bid documents may be viewed on the Augusta, Georgia web site under the Procurement Department ARCbid. Bid documents may be obtained at the office of the Augusta, GA Procurement Department, 535 Telfair Street Room 605, Augusta, GA 30901. Documents may be examined during regular business hours at the offices of Augusta, GA Procurement Department. A Mandatory Pre Bid Conference will be held on Thursday, April 25, 2019 @ 10:00 a.m. in the Procurement Department, 535 Telfair Street, Room 605. All questions must be submitted in writing by fax to 706 821-2811 or by email to procbidandcontract@augustaga.gov to the office of the Procurement Department by Friday, April 26, 2019 @ 5:00 P.M. No bid will be accepted by fax, all must be received by mail or hand delivered. The local bidder preference program is applicable to this project. To be approved as a local bidder and receive bid preference an eligible bidder must submit a completed and signed written application to become a local bidder at least thirty (30) days prior to the date bids are received on an eligible local project. An eligible bidder who fails to submit an application for approval as a local bidder at least thirty (30) days prior to the date bids are received on an eligible local project, and who otherwise meets the requirements for approval as a local bidder, will not be qualified for a bid preference on such eligible local project.
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No bids may be withdrawn for a period of ninety (90) days after bids have been opened, pending the execution of contract with the successful bidder.

Invitation for bids and specifications. An invitation for bids shall be issued by the Procurement Office and shall include specifications prepared in accordance with Article 4 (Product Specifications), and all contractual terms and conditions, applicable to the procurement. All specific requirements contained in the invitation to bid including, but not limited to, the number of copies needed, the timing of the submission, the required financial data, and any other requirements designated by the Procurement Department are considered material conditions of the bid which are not waiveable or modifiable by the Procurement Director. All requests to waive or modify any such material condition shall be submitted through the Procurement Director to the appropriate committee of the Augusta, Georgia Commission for approval by the Augusta, Georgia Commission. Please mark BID number on the outside of the envelope. Bidders are cautioned that acquisition of BID documents through any source other than the office of the Procurement Department is not advisable. Acquisition of BID documents from unauthorized sources placed the bidder at the risk of receiving incomplete or inaccurate information upon which to base his qualifications. Correspondence must be submitted via mail, fax or email as follows:
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Augusta Procurement Department Attn: Geri A. Sams, Director of Procurement 535 Telfair Street, Room 605 Augusta, GA 30901 Fax: 706-821-2811 or Email: procbidandcontract@augustaga.gov

No bid will be accepted by fax, all must be received by mail or hand delivered.

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GERI A. SAMS, Procurement Director

Publish: Augusta Chronicle March 28, April 4, 11, 18, 2019 Metro Courier March 28, 2019 OFFICIAL VENDORS Attachment B E-Verify Number SAVE Form Addendum 1 Ground Maintenance Fee Location 7-Day Cycle 10-Day Cycle 7-Day Cycle 10-Day Cycle 7-Day Cycle 10-Day Cycle 7-Day Cycle 10-Day Cycle 7-Day Cycle 10-Day Cycle 7-Day Cycle 10-Day Cycle 7-Day Cycle 10-Day Cycle Greene Street: 12th St. to E.

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Boundary (Turf and

Landscape) 33,755.28 30,379.75 76,167.27 63,472.46 NB NB 18,900.00 17,838.00 33,275.00 23,075.00 41,400.00 31,080.00 Broad Street: 5th Street to E.

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Boundary (Turf and

Landscape) 12,980.76 11,682.68 33,522.12 28,310.10 NB NB 7,500.00 6,498.00 20,700.00 14,750.00 27,363.60 20,880.00 East Boundary: (Turf Only) Two medians between Greene/Broad Street 3,006.78 2,706.10 5,495.48 4,579.57 1,125.00 1,565.85 600.00 480.00 2,075.00 1,475.00 6,720.00 5,382.00 Old Government House/Hagler Garden: (Turf and Landscape) 6,312.24 5,681.02 2,986.20 1,659.00 2,950.98 3,579.90 3,600.00 3,198.00 3,170.00 2,175.00 7,980.00 6,480.00

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THE FOLLOWING VENDORS DID NOT RESPOND:

KOHN'S LAWN CARE / 1918 CARVERS CT / HEPHZIBAH, GA 30815

TNT LAWN CARE HANDY MAN SERVICES / 4213 JAMES DR / HEPHZIBAH, GA 30815

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TWIN LAKES LANDSCAPING, LLC / 1231 BETTIS ACADEMY RD / TRENTON, SC 29847

PIEDMONT LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT / 1048 FRANKE INDUSTRIAL DR / AUGUSTA, GA 30904
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FLINT RIVER CONSTRUCTION / 310 WEST GORDON STREET / ALBANY, GA 31701

JACOBS LAND MGT. 733 SCOTT NIXON MEMORIAL DR YES WORLDSCAPES, LGP LLC
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220 WEST AVE

NORTH AUGUSTA, SC Non-Compliant (Late Submittal) H H CONCRETE FINISHING 1820 FAIRVIEW AVENUE AUGUSTA, GA 30904 YES NO AUGUSTA QUALITY LLC 1540 KERON WAY HEPHZIBAH, GA 30813 YES YES YES YES Bid Opening Item 19-217 Downtown Landscaping Maintenance for Augusta, Georgia- Recreation and Parks Department Bid Due: Friday, May 10, 2019 @ 11:00 a.m. Total Number Specifications Mailed Out: 52
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Total Number Specifications Download (Demandstar): 3

Total Electronic Notifications (Demandstar): 21

Mandatory Pre-Bid/Telephone Conference: 12

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Georgia Procurement Registry: 678

Total packages submitted: 6 Total Non-Compliant: 2 BUILDING BONDS MAINTENANCE SERVICES 945 7TH STREET AUGUSTA, GA 30901 YES 1254862 YES DAVIS LANDSCAPE COMPANY PO BOX 350 HEPHZIBAH, GA 30815 YES 310404 YES GEORGE WILSON CONTRACTING 3608 KENTWOOD DRIVE AUGUSTA, GA 30906 YES 965518 YES YES 4178731339871 YES 639585 YES YES YES Page 1 of 1
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Commission Meeting Agenda

8/20/2019 2:00 PM Massage Operator's License
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Department: Planning Development

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Department: Planning Development

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Caption: Motion to approve a request by Raven Y. Hargrave for a Massage Operator's License to be used in connection with Live Life Relaxing Massage Therapy located at 3540 Wheeler RD

No additional detail provided

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Ste. 314. District 3. Super District 10. (Approved by Public Services Committee August 13, 2019)

Background: This is a New Location.
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Analysis: The applicant meets the requirements of the City of Augusta's Ordinance that regulates Massage Therapy.

Financial Impact: The applicant will pay fee of 155.00 for a Massage Operator's License and a fee based on gross revenue reported. Alternatives:

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Recommendation: The Planning Development approved the application subject to additional information not contradicting the applicant s

statements. The Sheriff s Office approved the application subject to additional information not contradicting applicant s statements. Funds are
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Available in the

Following Accounts: REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY: Cover Memo Finance. Law. Administrator.
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Clerk of Commission

Cover Memo
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Commission Meeting Agenda

8/20/2019 2:00 PM Purchase New Bus Shelters
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Department: Augusta Public Transit

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Department: Augusta Public Transit

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Caption: Motion to approve the purchase of Seventeen (17) New Bus Shelters from Austin Mohawk and Company, LLC. (Approved by Public Services Committee August 13, 2019)

Background: Austin Mohawk was determined to be the lowest cost. The bid process was initiated and awarded by the City of Augusta Public

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Transit Department. This quote consist of Shelter, Bench in shelter, Solar Lighting and Freight for a fixed price of 5,805.00 for each shelter. Totaling 98,685.00 for 17 Shelters.

Analysis: The Shelters will replace aging Shelters that exceed the 10 year useful life established by the Federal Transit Administration. The primary purpose of bus shelters is to provide convenient

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locations for the citizens of Augusta and visitors to the area when using the transit system.

Financial Impact: This purchase will be funded with local and federal grant funds from the Transit Department s 2019 Capital Budget. The allocated funding breakdown is: Grants 80/20 Split 80 FTA
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Local FTA Grant GA-90-X-300 12,336.00 3,084.00 FTA Grant GA-90-X-307 20,000.00 5,000.00 FTA Grant

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GA-90-X-343 46,612.00 11,653.00 Total 98,685.00 78,948.0 19,737.00

Alternatives: Do not approve.

Recommendation: Approve the purchase of the seventeen 17 bus shelters from Austin Mohawk.

Funds are
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Available in the

GA-90-X-300 54709-1210-54-12130 15,300 GA-90-X-307 54709-1211-54-12130 25,000 GA-90-X-343 54709-1215-54- 12130 60,000 Cover Memo Following Accounts: REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY: Finance. Procurement. Law. Administrator.
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Clerk of Commission

Cover Memo 2019 Brasco International, Inc. All Rights Reserved QUOTE Quote Number: 061219IR05
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Quote Date: June 12, 2019

Quote Expiration: 30 Days from Quote Date

Return to: iriley@brasco.com PREPARED BY PROJECT NAME PAYMENT TERMS (WITH APPROVED CREDIT) LEAD TIME

Ian Riley Slimline Series Structure Net 30 Days 18-20 Weeks from Approvals

QTY ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE TOTAL 1 SL-0510-F-R-HI-AL-TG 5 x 10 Slimline Series Aluminum Structure

Four Sided; Front Windscreen with One ADA Opening

Dark Bronze or Clear Anodized Aluminum Finish

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1/4 Clear Tempered Safety Glass

Standing Seam Aluminum Hip Roof with 2 1/2 Fascia and Integral Gutter

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Wall Mount Aluminum Bench with Backrest

6,250 6,250 Option Solar Lighting Complete Solar Lighting Package with Solar Panel, Battery, Solar Controller, Vented Enclosure, and LED Light 1,575 1,575 Freight Included This is a quotation on the above products listed and is subject to the conditions noted below. Prices are subject to change after quote expiration date. Payment terms are subject to change per Brasco s Financial Credit Approval Process. Offloading shipments is the responsibility of the customer. Please note that a forklift with 8 forks is required unless othe rwise noted in writing. Structures must be anchored into concrete or as otherwise specified; all anchoring hardware is included. Structural Engineering with Stamped Dra wings and Structural Calculations are not included in this quotation and are an additional 975, if required. Lead time begins after all approvals including drawings, color selections, applicable deposits, etc. Our lead times have temporarily increased due to a high amount of large orders in a short time frame. Our production team is doing everything possible to return our lead times to normal. Thank you for your understanding and patience. _______________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________
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Signature of Acceptance* Date

________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________ Print Name Title *The above prices, specifications and conditions are satisfactory and are hereby accepted. Brasco International, Inc. is authorized to proceed with the supply of products as noted. Brasco International, Inc. is a vendor and not a contractor or subcontractor. Brasco International, Inc. is not subject to any payment retainage or liquidated damages. All Brasco standard terms and conditions of sale apply. We Thank You For Your Business Quoted for: Sharon Dottery Augusta Transit (706) 823-4400 SDottery@augustaga.gov 32400 Industrial Dr. Madison Heights, MI 48071 P: (313) 393-0393 F: (313) 393-0499 www.BRASCO.com 2019 Brasco International, Inc. All Rights Reserved 32400 Industrial Dr. Madison Heights, MI 48071 P: (313) 393-0393 F: (313) 393-0499 Brasco International, Inc. ( Brasco ) Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale The Brasco International, Inc. Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale ( Terms and Conditions ) are incorporated herein by reference and form part of this agreement. This quota- tion shall be valid for 30 days unless otherwise withdrawn by Brasco prior to Purchaser accepting. Purchaser s issuance of either a purchase order or an acceptance shall consti- tute an acceptance of the Brasco Terms and Conditions. Acceptance shall be in writing. Any additional terms or modifications to the Brasco Terms and Conditions proposed by Purchaser, whether in a purchaser order or otherwise, are expressly rejected by Brasco and not part of the agreement between Brasco and Purchaser. The agreement between Brasco and the Purchaser shall be referred to herein and in the Brasco Terms and Conditions as the Contract . This quote constitutes an offer to sell products and services on terms expressed herein and shall be construed as inviting acceptance from the Purchaser.
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Terms of Payment. Notwithstanding anything contained herein, payment shall be due in accordance with the terms of Brasco s Acknowledgment ( Acknowledgment ), which will be generated upon receipt by Brasco of the Purchaser s signature on the Quote or receipt by Brasco of the Purchaser s signature on the Acknowledgment. An invoice will be gener- ated by Brasco pursuant to the terms of payment under the Contract once Brasco has completed the Order, and the due date for the payment of balance due under the Contract shall be on the invoice.

Warranties. Components not manufactured by Brasco shall be covered by their relevant manufacturer s warranty only. Brasco Products must be installed in accordance with Brasco s installation instructions. The workmanship, design and machined components on the Products are warranted to conform to the applicable specifications and to be free from defects in workmanship and materials for the relevant period listed in Fig. 1. All warranties begin from the date of delivery (DOD). Brasco will transfer ownership and good title to the Products free and clear of liens and rights of third parties. THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUSIVE AND ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ARISING BY LAW OR CUSTOM, INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PAR- TICULAR PURPOSE. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED.
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FIG. 1: STANDARD PRODUCT WARRANTIES FROM DATE OF DELIVRY

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General Product Workmanship 1 Year

Powder Coat Finish 2 Years for Aluminum Products, 1 Year for Steel Products

Solar Panels 2 Years Per Manufacturer s Warranty

Solar Lighting Mounting Hardware 1 Year

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LED Light Fixture Engine 3 Years

Wire Harnesses and Connectors 3 Years

Solar Charge Controller 3 Years

Solar Batteries 3 Year Proration (0-12 months: 100 , 13-24 months: 50 , 25-36 months: 25 refunded / applied). Sealed lead acid batteries will self-

discharge in storage. Batteries should be stored indoors at a recommended 68 degrees Fahrenheit for max. shelf life. Batteries should be

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installed no later than 3 months of delivery or battery warranties will be void.

Limited Remedies. Any warranty claims by Purchaser shall be communicated to Brasco in writing. Failure by Purchaser to give written notice of claim within the stated warranty period shall be deemed an absolute and unconditional waiver of Purchaser s warranty claim. Purchaser s sole and exclusive remedy for a valid warranty claim is either repair or replacement of the Products or a full refund of the price paid by Purchaser for the Products (which remedy shall be selected by Brasco). The remedy does not include the cost of installation, removal, dismantling, or reinstallation and is limited to replacement parts. Shipping and handling fees are not included under warranty terms and are the responsibility of the Purchaser. Purchaser will provide Brasco with access to all available warranty data and the Products. Purchaser will also provide Brasco with an opportunity to participate in root cause analysis performed by Purchaser concerning the Products. Brasco shall have no liability to the extent Products are or have been: (a) modified by Purchaser or a third party; (b) modified by Brasco at Purchaser s request; (c) made to specifications not provided by Brasco; (d) used or installed in a way not known to Brasco or operated under condi- tions not known to Brasco; or (e) subject to misuse, abuse or improper storage, installation or maintenance. Payment Late Charges, Certain Remedies and Recovery of Expenses. Except as otherwise provided in the Acknowledgment, all payments are due thirty (30) days from the date of Brasco s invoice and shall be paid in United States currency. Purchaser shall pay a charge equal to the lesser of (i) the highest rate allowable by law or (ii) 1.5 per month (18 per annum) of the unpaid balance with respect to any late payments. In addition, Purchaser shall pay all costs and expenses incurred by Brasco, including actual attorney s fees, which were incurred in connection with enforcing the Contract and/or collecting any past due payments. Brasco shall have the right of setoff, the right to terminate the Contract and/or the right to suspend further deliveries under the Contract and/or other agreements with Purchaser, the right to recover damages in addition to any other remedies available to Brasco as a matter of law, in the event Purchaser fails to make any payment when due. Brasco may require full or partial payment in advance of shipment if, in Brasco s opinion, the credit or financial condition of Purchaser is, or is about to become, impaired. If Purchaser requests delayed shipment, Brasco may bill for Products when ready for shipment and charge reasonable daily storage fees. Purchaser shall not have any right of setoff against Brasco. The remedies available to Brasco for Purchaser s breach are intended to be as flexible as permissible and cumulative to the fullest extent permissible and no choice of any one or more remedies is intended to constitute an election of remedies which would limit the ability to assert other remedies. 2019 Brasco International, Inc. All Rights Reserved 32400 Industrial Dr. Madison Heights, MI 48071 P: (313) 393-0393 F: (313) 393-0499 Brasco International, Inc. ( Brasco ) Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale
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Limitation of Liability:

NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING HEREIN TO THE CONTRARY, EXCEPT FOR BREACH OF OBLIGATIONS OF CONFIDENTIALITY OR MISAPPROPRIATION OF INTELLEC-

TUAL PROPERTY, NEITHER PARTY SHALL BE LIABLE TO THE OTHER PARTY OR ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL,

PUNITIVE, OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND ARISING FROM OR RELATING TO THE OBLIGATIONS UNDER THIS CONTRACT. THE TERM CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO, LOSS OF ANTICIPATED PROFITS, LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF REVENUE AND COST OF CAPITAL. NEITHER
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PARTY MAY BRING ANY ACTION, REGARDLESS OF FORM, ARISING OUT OF TRANSACTIONS UNDER THE CONTRACT, MORE THAN TWO (2) YEARS AFTER THE

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CAUSE OF ACTION HAS ACCRUED. EXCEPT FOR PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH DUE TO BRASCO S MISCONDUCT, the parties agree that the tota l damages that can be

awarded in any claim by PURCHASER relating to BRASCO s obligations under this CONTRACT (WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE), shall not exceed the combined total of amounts paid by PURCHASER to BRASCO under the CONTRACT. THE PARTIES EXPRESSLY AGREE THAT THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS ON LIABILITY PROVISIONS SHALL REMAIN IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT EVEN IF IT IS FOUND THAT PURCHASER S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FAILS OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE.
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Cancellation. A. Purchaser may cancel an order for Convenience via written notice to Brasco within 5 business days from the date of receipt by Brasco of the Purchaser s signature on the Quote or receipt by Brasco of the Purchaser s signature on the Acknowledgment and no cancellation fee shall be due Brasco. Cancellations of orders for reasons other than for Convenience as referred to above must be in writing and agreed to in advance by Brasco. Such cancellations are subject to a cancelation charge equal to the great- er of the actual costs incurred by Brasco during the performance period or a 50 cancellation fee.

Shipping and Delivery. Brasco shall not be liable for delays or failure in performance when caused by circumstances beyond Brasco s reasonable control. If Purchaser does not provide shipping and routing instructions, Brasco shall be the sole judge of the best method of routing shipment. All sales of Products are F.O.B. Brasco s plant. Risk of loss of the Products shall transfer to Purchaser upon delivery of the Products to the common carrier. Modifications and Delays. Brasco reserves the right to modify or change portions of this Contract should any assumptions specified be determined to be incorrect, or if new/ additional information relative to this Contract become available. Termination by Brasco. In addition to any other rights to terminate the Contract or suspend performance under the Contract,(A) Brasco may, upon written notice to Purchaser immediately terminate all or any part of the Contract or suspend performance under the Contract, without any liability to the Purchaser and without waiving its right to damages, (a) if Purchaser (i) repudiates, breaches, or threatens to breach any of the terms of the Contract, (ii) fails to accept or threatens not to accept Products in accordance with the Contract, (iii) fails to make timely payment, or (b) upon the occurrence or threat of insolvency or bankruptcy of Purchaser; (B) Purchaser shall purchase and pay Brasco immediately for all unique raw materials, work in process and finished goods under the Contract; (C) Purchaser shall reimburse Brasco for all preparation and other expenses incurred by Brasco and/ or its subcontractors in connection with the Contract ad for all other losses and costs arising from the termination. Lead Times. Lead time is the window of time necessary to complete an order, after the approvals process is complete. The approvals process includes satisfying Brasco s credit terms and written approval of Brasco s preliminary engineering drawings. Once all approvals are complete, the lead time begins, wherein detailed engineering paperwork is com- pleted, stamped calculations are ordered, material is purchased, and the order is fabricated. For orders that endure a lengthy approvals process, lead times may shift between the time the order was placed and approved. Additionally, third party lead times and availability can directly impact Brasco s lead times, therefore Brasco shall not be liable for any damages (actual or liquidated) caused by acts outside of its control that arise from third party suppliers. Change Orders. Design, material, finish and quantity changes by the Purchaser to an order after preliminary engineering approval drawings are provided by Brasco are subject to a Change Order fee. Fees include a minimum administrative fee of 105.00, with relevant material cost and additional labor fees applied.

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Purchaser Approvals. In accordance with the terms of this Contract, Purchaser agrees to timely execute and return to Brasco an approval of each set of drawings provided to Purchaser by Brasco including, but not limited to, Preliminary Elevation Drawings and Detailed Engineering Drawings. Failure by the Purchaser to timely execute and return to Brasco an approval of drawings provided by Brasco negatively effects lead time of the order and if same occurs, Brasco in its sole discretion shall have the unilateral right to in- crease the lead time to complete and deliver the order to the Purchaser or terminate the Contract.

Rejections and Returns. Purchaser will be deemed to have inspected and accepted all delivered Products unless written notice of rejection specifying the basis therefore in reasonable detail, is provided to Brasco within 10 days after delivery. Purchaser may not return Products that are not timely rejected without Brasco s prior written approval. Taxes. A 6 Sales tax will be billed to Michigan businesses, entities and municipalities as applicable under Michigan State law. If your business is tax exempt, please provide a Sales Tax-Exempt Certificate. Sales tax will not be billed to businesses, entities and municipalities outside the jurisdiction of the State of Michigan and is the sole responsibility of said entity to pay within its respective jurisdiction where applicable. Governing Law, Jurisdiction and Venue. The Contract shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Michigan without reference to the choice of law principles thereof. Each party irrevocably submits to the jurisdiction of the Courts of the State of Michigan and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan and hereby waives, to the fullest extent it may effectively do so, the defense of an inconvenient forum to the maintenance of such action or proceeding.

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Severability. If any provision of this Agreement is or becomes illegal, void or invalid, that shall not affect the legality and validity of the other provisions.

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GRUNWALD STREET CLIFTON, NJ 07013 973-614-1800 FAX: 973-614-8011

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Sharon Dottery Augusta Public Transit Augusta, GA 30904 Ph: 706-823-4400 February 22, 2019

Q U O T A T I O N HANDI-HUT PASSENGER SHELTER One (1) Model S4-2R (10 -0 x 5 -0 ) with aluminum standing seam hip roof. 5 bench/backrest included. 7,185 One (1) STH-1401 Solar light kit 495 One (1) STH-1501 Solar light kit 795 Freight 930 NOTE : LEAD TIME WILL BEGIN UPON RECEIPT OF WRITTEN ORDER AND A SIGNED COPY OF THIS QUOTATION PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE FREIGHT (UNLESS QUOTED), INSTALLATION, SALES OR OTHER TAXES. IT IS THE CUSTOMER S RESPONSIBILITY TO UNLOAD THE DELIVERY TRUCK. A LOADING DOCK AND/OR FORKLIFT WILL BE REQUIRED. SITE SPECIFIC ENGINEERED DRAWINGS AND CALCULATIONS FOR BUILDING CODE COMPLIANCE AVAILABLE AT ADDITIONAL COST (IF REQ D). ALUMINUM: 6063 - T52 ALLOY, 313 DARK BRONZE OR CLEAR ANODIZED FINISH GLAZING: 1/4 CLEAR TEMPERED GLASS ROOF PANELS: 1/4 BRONZE OR WHITE TWIN WALL POLYCARBONATE ACCEPTED BY: ____________________ PRINT NAME__________________ DATE: _____________________ LEAD TIME: APPROXIMATELY 6-8 WEEKS AFTER RECEIPT OF ORDER AND APPROVED SUBMITTALS (IF REQUIRED). (LEAD TIME SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND DOES NOT INCLUDE TIME IN TRANSIT) TERMS: NET 30: ALL PRICES F.O.B. CLIFTON, NJ UNLESS FREIGHT IS QUOTED. PRICES AND DELIVERY STATED HEREIN ARE NOT VALID AFTER FORTY FIVE (45) DAYS FROM DATE SHOWN ABOVE UNLESS RECONFIRMED IN WRITING BY HANDI-HUT.
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WARRANTY: SHELTERS SHALL BE GUARANTEED AGAINST ANY DEFECTS IN MATERIAL AND/OR WORKMANSHIP FOR 1 FULL YEAR FROM DELIVERY DATE. HANDI-HUT LIMITS IT S LIABILITY TO SHIPMENT OF REPLACEMENT OF PARTS ONLY, LABOR NOT INCLUDED.

QUOTED BY: ________________________John Cozza X212 AUGUSTATRANSIT SHARON DOTTERY, TRANSITDIRECTOR MEMORANDUM TO: FROM: DATE: RE: Geri Sams Procurement Director Sharon Dottery 6> Transit Director ( August 5,2019 Bus Shelter Purchase for Augusta Transit Augusta Transit received three price proposals from the companies listed below to perform the above subject work. (Please see attached quotes) I recommend that the above (Bus Shelter Purchase) subject work be awarded to Austin Mohawk and Company,LLc which came in at the lowest quote.
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Austin Mohawk o Cost Per Shelter o Bench o Solar Lighting o Freight

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Brasco International o Cost Per Shelter o Solar Lighting o Freight Included

o Handi-Hut o Cost Per Shelter o Solar Lighting o Freight 3,270.00 33s.00 1,400.00 800.00 5,805.00 6,250.00 1,575.00 0.00 7,825.00 7,185.00 79s.00 930.00 8,910.00 Augusta Transit 1535 Fenwick Street - Augusta GA 30904 Fax (7 06) 821 -17 52 www.augustaga.gov
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U.S. Department of Transportation

FederalTransit Administration GIRCULAR FTA C 422O.IF
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November 1,2008 Rev. l, April 14,2009 Rev. 2, July 1,2010

Rev. 3, February 15,2011 Rev.4, March 18,2013

SubJect: THIRD PARTY CONTRACTING GUIDANCE

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PURPOSE. This circular provides contracting guidance for recipients ofFederal assistance awarded by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) when using that Federal assistance to finance its procurements (third party contracts). This revision incorporates the new procurement provisions of the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 2ls Century Act (MAP 21), Pub. L., ll2-141, luly 2012, and includes the most current available guidance for the Federal public transportation program as ofthe date ofpublication.

CANCELLATION. This circular cancels FTA Circu.lar 4220.1E, Thhd Party Contracting Requirements, dated 06-19- 03.

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AUTHORITY. Federal Transit Laws, Title 49, United States Code, Chapter 53. WAIVER. FTA reserves the right to waive any provision of this circular to the extent permitted by Federal law or regulation.

FEDERAL REGISTER NOTICE. In conjunction with publication of this circular, a Federal Register notice was published on September 30, 2008 (73 FR 56896), addressing comments received during the development ofthe circular.

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AMENDMENTS TO TI E CIRCULAR. FTA reserves the right to update this circular due to changes in other revised or new guidance and regulations that undergo notice and comment, without further notice and comment on this circular. FTA will post updates on our Web site: http://rvww.fta.dot.gov/. The Web site allows the public to register for notification when FTA issues Federal Register notices or new guidance; visit the Web site and click on sign-up for e- mail updates.

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ACCESSIBLE FORMATS. This document is available in accessible formats upon request. To obtain paper copies of this circular as well as information regarding these accessible formats; telephone FTA's Administrative Services Help Des 202-366-4865. Individuals with hearing impairments may contact the Federal Relay Service, l-800-877-8339 for assistance with the call.

James S. Simpson Administrator A15 fiAC4220.7F and local law as well as with Federal requirements. Federal restrictions vary with the type of procurement method used. The following guidance is based on the requirements of the Common Grant Rule for governmental recipients, supplemented by FTA policies that address the needs of FTA recipients.
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Micro-Purchases. Consistent with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), FTA considers micro-purchases to be those purchases of 3,000 or less.

(l) When Appropriate. If permitted by State and local law, the recipient may acquire property and services valued at 3,000 or less without obtaining competitive quotations. These purchases are exempt from FTA's Buy America requirements Davis-Bacon prevailing wage requirements, however, will apply to construction contracts exceeding 2,000, even though the recipient uses micro-purchase procurement procedures. FTA does not intend to imply that the recipient must treat any purchase of 3,000 or less as a micro-purchase. The recipient may set lower thresholds for micro-purchases in compliance with State and local law, or otherwise as it considers appropriate. (2) Procedures. The following procedures apply to micro-purchases: (a) Competition. The recipient should distribute micro-purchases equitably among qualified suppliers. (b) Prohibited Divisions. The recipient may not divide or reduce the size of its procurement merely to come within the micro-purchase limit. (c) Documentation. FTA's only documentation requirement for micro-purchases is a determination that the price is fair and reasonable and a description of how the recipient made its determination. FTA does not require the recipient to provide its rationale for the procurement method used, selection of contract type, or reasons for contractor selection or rejection.

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Small Purchases. The Common Grant Rule for governmental recipients authorizes governmental recipients to use relatively simple and informal small purchase procedures as follows:

(l) When Appropriate. Small purchase procedures may be used to acquire services, supplies, or other property valued at more than the micro-purchase threshold (currently, 3,000) but less than the Federal simplified acquisition threshold at 4l U.S.C. Section 403(l l), currently 100,000. (FTA recognizes the small purchase threshold to be the same as the simplified acquisition threshold.) Also A 101 FTAC 4220.tF

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tu0t/2008 Rev. 1, 04/t412009 Rev.2, 07/OLI2OLO Rev.3, O2lLSl2OtL Rev.4, O3/t8120L3

see, Chapter I[, Subsection 3.b. These purchases are also exempt from FTA's Buy America requirements. FTA does not intend to imply that any purchase of 100,000 or less must be treated as a small purchase. The recipient may set lower thresholds for small purchases in compliance with State and local law, or otherwise as it considers appropriate. (2) Procedures. When using small purchase procedures: (a) Competition. The recipient must obtain price or rate quotations from an adequate number of qualified sources. (b) Prohibited Divisions. The recipient may not divide or reduce the size of its procurement to avoid the additional procurement requirements applicable to larger acquisitions.
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Sealed Bids (Formal Advertisine). The Common Grant Rule for governmental recipients acknowledges sealed bidding to be a generally accepted procurement method in which bids are publicly solicited, and a firm fixed price contract (lump sum or unit price) is awarded to the responsible bidder whose bid, conforming to all the material terms and conditions of the invitation for bids, is lowest in price.

(1) When Appropriate. The Common Grant Rule for government recipients states a preference for the sealed bids procurement method for acquiring property, construction, and other services. Sealed bid procurements should be used when the following circumstances are present:

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(a) Precise Specifications. A complete, adequate, precise, and realistic speciflrcation or purchase description is available.

(b) Adequate Sources. Two or more responsible bidders are willing and able to compete effectively for the business. (c) Fixed Price Contract. The procurement generally lends itself to a firm fixed price contract. (d) Price Determinative. The successful bidder can be selected on the basis of price and those price-related factors listed in the solicitation including, but not limited to, transportation costs, life cycle costs, and discounts expected to be taken. Apart from responsibility determinations discussed in later sections of this Chapter, contractor selection may not be determined on the basis of other factors whose costs cannot be measured at the time of award. p.102

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CFR Part 200 Series 4

- Changes in Procurement Requirements Series one (1) through three (3) were on changes from the old OMB circulars to the new 2 CFR Part 200 and new citations in the new Unifom Administrative Requiremenfs, Cosf Principles and Audit Requirements for Federal Grants . This is the fourth 14th; of this series which will discuss the revised procurement requirements found in Subpart D Post-FederalAward Requirements. lf you need financial technical assistance on this subject or other financial grant related topics, please contact Mark Hernandez at mhernandez@taasa.orq or (737) 333-9941 or send questions to financial@taasa.oro for additional information.
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Grace Period: The revision of the 2 CFR Part 200 procurement requirements is so significant for nonprofit organizations that all non-Federal entities have a two (2) year grace period to implement the new procurement requirements. For example if your organization's year end is August 31, the new procurement requirements must be implemented by August 31,2017. Even though there is a 2 year grace period, all organizations must currently document whether the organization is in compliance with the old or new standard, and must meet the documented standard.

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Synopsrs of Changes: The major revision to the procurement requirements are that there five (5) methods of procurement with dollar thresholds associated to each method of procurement. Section 200.320 found below describes the five methods of procurements:

1) Micro-purchase (less than to 3,000), 2) Small purchase (less than 150,000), 3) Sealed bids purchases (morethan 150,000), 4) Competitive proposa purchases (more than 150,000), and 5) Noncompetitive purchases (special circumstances which are applicable for all purchase levels). Allfive procurement types must comply with the Procurement Standards in section 200.318, also found below, which can be summarized generally as follows: r the purchase complies with the organization's documented procedures in place, . purchases are necessary, . open competition (to the extent required by each method), . a conflict of interest policy and o prop r documentation for the purchases. ln section 200.88 simplified acquisitions threshold is used to describe small purchases and micro-purchases. Simplified acquisition threshold means the dollar amount below which an organization may purchase property or services using small purchase methods (less than 150,000). Since micro-purchases are less than to 3,000, micro-purchases can also use the simplified acquisition threshold. All purchases under the simplified acquisition threshold(including micro-purchases) require: o fewer terms and conditions, r have a lesser competition standard than purchases over the simplified acquisition threshold, o can be solicited informally, o and do not require a cost or price analysis. For example, purchases of supplies or services under 3,000 are treated as micro-purchases. lf the organization entity considers the costs to be reasonable, the purchase orders may be awarded without soliciting any competitive quotations. No rate competitive quotations are Page 1 of 9
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CFR Part 200 Series 4

- Changes in Procurement Requirements (3) Noncompetitive pricing practices between firms or between affiliated companies; (4) Noncompetitive contracts to consultants that are on retainer contracts; (5) Organizational conflicts of interest; (6) Specifying only a brand name product instead of allowing an equal product to be offered and describing the performance or other relevant requirements of the procurement; and (7) Any arbitrary action in the procurement process.
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(b) The non-Federal entity must conduct procurements in a manner that prohibits the use of statutorily or administratively imposed state or localgeographical preferences in the evaluation of bids or proposals, except in those cases where applicable Federal statutes expressly mandate or encourage geographic preference. Nothing in this section preempts state licensing laws. When contracting for architectural and engineering (A/E) services, geographic location may be a selection criterion provided its application leaves an appropriate number of qualified firms, given the nature and size of the project, to compete for the contract.

(c) The non-Federal entity must have written procedures for procurement transactions. These procedures must ensure that all solicitations: (1) lncorporate a clear and accurate description of the technical requirements for the material, product, or service to be procured. Such description must not, in competitive procurements, contain features which unduly restrict competition. The description may include a statement of the qualitative nature of the material, product or service to be procured and, when necessary, must set forth those minimum essential characteristics and standards to which it must conform if it is to satisfy its intended use. Detailed product specifications should be avoided if at all possible. When it is impractical or uneconomical to make a clear and accurate description of the technical requirements, a brand name or equivalent description may be used as a means to define the performance or other salient requirements of procurement. The specific features of the named brand which must be met by offers must be clearly stated; and (2) ldentify all requirements which the offerors must fulfill and all other factors to be used in evaluating bids or proposals.
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(d) The non-Federal entity must ensure that all prequalified lists of persons, firms, or products which are used in acquiring goods and services are current and include enough qualified sources to ensure maximum open and free competition. Also, the non-Federal entity must not preclude potential bidders from qualifying during the solicitation period.

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200.320 Methods of procurement to be followed. The non-Federal entity must use one of the following methods of procurement.

(a) Procurement by micro-purchases. Procurement by micro-purchase is the acquisition of supplies or services, the aggregate dollar amount of which does not exceed 3,000 (or 2,000 in the case of acquisitions for construction subject to the Davis-Bacon Act). To the extent practicable, the non-Federal entity must distribute micro-purchases equitably among qualified suppliers. Micro-purchases may be awarded without soliciting competitive quotations if the non-Federal entity considers the price to be reasonable. (b) Procurement by small purchase procedures. Small purchase procedures are those relatively simple and informal procurement methods for securing services, supplies, or other property that do not cost more than the Simplified Acquisition Threshold. lf small Page 5 of 9

Tagged Passions:construction, procedure, services, purchasing, and property

2
CFR Part 200 Series f4

- Changes in Procurement Requirements purchase procedures are used, price or rate quotations must be obtained from an adequate number of qualified sources. (c) Procurement by sealed bids (formal advertising). Bids are publicly solicited and a firm fixed price contract (lump sum or unit price) is awarded to the responsible bidder whose bid, conforming with all the material terms and conditions of the invitation for bids, is the lowest in price. The sealed bid method is the preferred method for procuring construction, if the conditions in paragraph (c)(1) of this section apply. (1) ln order for sealed bidding to be feasible, the following conditions should be present: (i) A complete, adequate, and realistic specification or purchase description is available; (ii) Two or more responsible bidders are willing and able to compete effectively for the business; and (iii) The procurement lends itself to a firm fixed price contract and the selection of the successful bidder can be made principally on the basis of price. (2) lf sealed bids are used, the following requirements apply: (i) The invitation for bids will be publicly advertised and bids must be solicited from an adequate number of known suppliers, providing them sufficient response time prior to the date set for opening the bids; (ii) The invitation for bids, which will include any specifications and pertinent attachments, must define the items or services in order for the bidder to properly respond; (iii) All bids will be publicly opened at the time and place prescribed in the invitation for bids; (iv) A firm fixed price contract award will be made in writing to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. Where specified in bidding documents, factors such as discounts, transportation cost, and life cycle costs must be considered in determining which bid is lowest. Payment discounts will only be used to determine the low bid when prior experience indicates that such discounts are usually taken advantage of; and (v) Any or all bids may be rejected if there is a sound documented reason. (d) Procurement by competitive proposals. The technique of competitive proposals is normally conducted with more than one source submitting an offer, and either a fixed price or cost-reimbursement type contract is awarded. lt is generally used when conditions are not appropriate for the use of sealed bids. lf this method is used, the following req uirements apply: (1) Requests for proposals must be publicized and identify all evaluation factors and their relative importance. Any response to publicized requests for proposals must be considered to the maximum extent practical; (2) Proposals must be solicited from an adequate number of qualified sources; (3) The non-Federal entity must have a written method for conducting technical evaluations of the proposals received and for selecting recipients; (4) Contracts must be awarded to the responsible firm whose proposal is most advantageous to the program, with price and other factors considered; and Page 7 of 9 SHELTER SPECIFICATION FOR QUOTE
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10
-0 x 5 -0 with a 5 bench/backrest with a Solar light kit. The shelter IS to be enclosed except for the

entrance and be able to accommodate a wheelchair along with the Bench.

Commission Meeting Agenda

8/20/2019 2:00 PM
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2019 - Engineering - F550 Dome style truck

Department: Centreal Servcies Department- Fleet Management Divsion Department: Centreal Servcies Department- Fleet Management Divsion

Tagged Passions:transportation

Caption: Motion to approve Engineering Department-Storm Water Division requests the purchase of one replacement Dome Style Service Truck at a cost of 72,932.00 using Storm Water Capital

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, transportation, water, purchasing, and stormwater

Outlay. Bid Item 19-237 - Wade Ford (Approved by Administrative Services Committee August 13, 2019)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and services

Background: The Engineering Department-Storm Water Division is requesting the replacement of a previously sold Ford F350 truck with the Ford F-550 Dome Style Service Truck which allows for

better accessibility, organization and simultaneously allows for better accountability and security of the department property. In accordance with the Fleet replacement policy the Ford F350 truck was deemed uneconomically repairable and sold on the GovDeals auction website in June, 2018. Asset 994487
Tagged Passions:utility, security, Utility, transportation, water, auction, property, policy, accountability, and stormwater

17
year old Ford F350 with 220,024 miles and work orders totaling 36,779. Due to the excessive cost to continue to maintain it was deemed uneconomically repairable to retain. The

No additional detail provided

loss of this vehicle created a shortage in the department fleet and negatively affects how quickly they are able to respond to job

sites. The replacement vehicle will be utilized by the downtown maintenance crew. The bid tab sheet for Bid 19-237: Dome Style Service Truck is attached for your review. The loss of this vehicle created a shortage in the department fleet and negatively affects how quickly they are able to respond to job sites. The replacement vehicle will be utilized by the downtown maintenance crew. The bid tab sheet for Bid 19-237: Dome Style Service Truck is attached for your review.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, sites, downtown, and transportation

Analysis: The Procurement Department published a competitive bid using the Demand Star application for a Dome Style Service Truck.

Invitations to bid were sent to fourteen vendors to include four qualified local vendors. The vendor, Wade Ford, Inc, from Smyrna, GA was able to offer the requested product with necessary specifications. Bid 19-237: 2019/2020 Dome Style Cover Memo
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Service Truck: 2020 Service Truck, Dome Style, 17,500 GVW,

Ford F-550 Wade Ford Inc: 72,932.00 (Smyrna, GA) Financial Impact: One (1) 2020 Ford F-550 Dome Style Service Truck @ 72,932.00. The total purchase is 72,932.00 for the Engineering Department-Storm Water Division. The equipment will be purchased with department SPLOST 7 funds (ACCT 329-04-1110/54.21110 Journal Entry 217829907-5421110).

Tagged Passions:funding, equipment, finance, utility, Utility, transportation, water, purchasing, and stormwater

Alternatives: One (1) 2020 Ford F-550 Dome Style Service Truck @ 72,932.00. The total purchase is 72,932.00 for the

Engineering Department-Storm Water Division. The equipment will be purchased with department SPLOST 7 funds (ACCT 329-04-1110/54.21110 Journal Entry 217829907-5421110).
Tagged Passions:funding, equipment, utility, Utility, transportation, water, purchasing, and stormwater

Recommendation: Approve the purchase of one 2020 Ford F550 Dome Style Service Truck for the Engineering Department-Storm Water

Division Funds are
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Available in the

Following Accounts: SPLOST 7 funds: ACCT 329-04-1110/54.21110 Journal Entry 217829907-5421110 REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY: Finance. Procurement. Law. Administrator.
Tagged Passions:funding, finance, purchasing, and administrator

Clerk of Commission

Cover Memo BID 19-237 Year 2020 Make Ford NO BID Model F550 Base Price (5.00) 72,932.00 Delivery Date 180 DAYS ARO FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS-DOME STYLE SERVICE TRUCK - BID OPENING 6/7/19 @ 11:00
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Nichols Fleet, Chattanooga, TNWade Ford Inc., Smyrna, GA

Invitation to Bid Sealed bids will be received at this office until Friday, June 7, 2019 @ 11:00 a.m. for furnishing: Bid Item 19-237 2019/2020 Dome Style Service Truck, 17500 GVW for Augusta, GA Central Services Department Fleet Maintenance Bids will be received by Augusta, GA Commission hereinafter referred to as the OWNER at the offices of:
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, boards and commissions, transportation, and services

Geri A. Sams, Director Augusta Procurement Department 535 Telfair Street - Room 605 Augusta, Georgia 30901

Bid documents may be viewed on the Augusta, Georgia web site under the Procurement Department ARCbid. Bid documents may be obtained at the office of the Augusta, GA Procurement Department, 535 Telfair Street Room 605, Augusta, GA 30901. Documents may be examined during regular business hours at the offices of Augusta, GA Procurement Department. All questions must be submitted in writing by fax to 706 821-2811 or by email to procbidandcontract@augustaga.gov to the office of the Procurement Department by Friday, May 24, 2019 @ 5:00 P.M. No bid will be accepted by fax, all must be received by mail or hand delivered. The local bidder preference program is applicable to this project. To be approved as a local bidder and receive bid preference an eligible bidder must submit a completed and signed written application to become a local bidder at least thirty (30) days prior to the date bids are received on an eligible local project. An eligible bidder who fails to submit an application for approval as a local bidder at least thirty (30) days prior to the date bids are received on an eligible local project, and who otherwise meets the requirements for approval as a local bidder, will not be qualified for a bid preference on such eligible local project.
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No bids may be withdrawn for a period of ninety (90) days after bids have been opened, pending the execution of contract with the successful bidder.

Invitation for bids and specifications. An invitation for bids shall be issued by the Procurement Office and shall include specifications prepared in accordance with Article 4 (Product Specifications), and all contractual terms and conditions, applicable to the procurement. All specific requirements contained in the invitation to bid including, but not limited to, the number of copies needed, the timing of the submission, the required financial data, and any other requirements designated by the Procurement Department are considered material conditions of the bid which are not waiveable or modifiable by the Procurement Director. All requests to waive or modify any such material condition shall be submitted through the Procurement Director to the appropriate committee of the Augusta, Georgia Commission for approval by the Augusta, Georgia Commission. Please mark BID number on the outside of the envelope. Bidders are cautioned that acquisition of BID documents through any source other than the office of the Procurement Department is not advisable. Acquisition of BID documents from unauthorized sources placed the bidder at the risk of receiving incomplete or inaccurate information upon which to base his qualifications. Correspondence must be submitted via mail, fax or email as follows:
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Augusta Procurement Department Attn: Geri A. Sams, Director of Procurement 535 Telfair Street, Room 605 Augusta, GA 30901 Fax: 706-821-2811 or Email: procbidandcontract@augustaga.gov

No bid will be accepted by fax, all must be received by mail or hand delivered.

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GERI A. SAMS, Procurement Director

Publish: Augusta Chronicle May 2, 9, 16, 23, 2019 Metro Courier May 2, 2019 OFFICIAL VENDORS WADE FORD, INC

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3860 SOUTH COBB DR

SMYRNA, GA 30080 NICHOLS FLEET

2401 E. 31ST STREET

CHATTONOOGA, TN 37407 Attachment B Yes NO BID E-Verify Number No SAVE Form Yes Exceptions Noted Yes

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5.01 2019/2020 Full Size Truck 42,459.00

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5.02 Heavy duty cooling package Included

5.03 Heavy duty electrical package Included

5.04 Heavy duty suspension

package Included

5.05 19,000 GVW payload package Included

No additional detail provided

5.06 Trailer tow mirrors Included

5.07 Backup camera Included

5.08 Roof clearance lights Included

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5.09 Black Platform Running

Boards 405.00

5.10 Extra Set of Keys (3 Total) 150.00

5.11 Delivery Charge Included

6.01 Fire extinguisher DOT

approved Included

6.02 Outlet receptacle Included

6.03 Electric brake controller Included

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6.04 Service Body dual rear wheel,

11
foot steel service body standard

No additional detail provided

depth compartment and bin

configuration Included

6.05 J-hook railing for utility

service body Included

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6.06 Panel top for utility service

No additional detail provided

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body (Double Swing Out Style) Included

6.07 Panel top for utility service

No additional detail provided

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body (Rollup Style) 1,793.00

6.08 Cargo Tie Downs-Installed Inside (4 each) Included Total Number Specifications Mailed Out: 21

Total Number Specifications Download (Demandstar): 1

Total Electronic Notifications (Demandstar): 35

No additional detail provided

Georiga Procuremnt Registry: 271

Mandatory Pre-Bid/Telephone Conference: NA Total packages submitted: 1 Total Non-Compliant: 1
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5.00 Vehicle/Chassis Options Required

6.00 Outfitter's Specialty Items

Bid Opening Item 19-237
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2019/2020 Dome Style Service Truck

No additional detail provided

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for Augusta, Georgia- Central Services Deparmtnent -

Fleet Maintenance Division Bid Due: Friday, June 7, 2019 @ 11:00 a.m. Page 1 of 2 OFFICIAL VENDORS WADE FORD, INC

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3860 SOUTH COBB DR

SMYRNA, GA 30080 NICHOLS FLEET

2401 E. 31ST STREET

No additional detail provided

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