Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Agenda for agenda session August 9, 2016 Fayetteville city council.

City of Fayetteville, Arkansas


113 West Mountain Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701
479-575-8323 




City Council Agenda Session


August 9, 2016
4:30 p.m.


City Hall Room 326
City Council

Adella Gray Ward 1
Sarah Marsh Ward 1
Mark Kinion Ward 2
Matthew Petty Ward 2
Justin Tennant Ward 3
Martin W. Schoppmeyer, Jr. Ward 3
John S. La Tour Ward 4
Alan Long Ward 4
ELECTED OFFICIALS:
Mayor Lioneld Jordan
City Attorney Kit Williams
City Clerk Treasurer Sondra Smith
Call To Order

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance

Mayor’s Announcements, Proclamations and Recognitions

City Council Meeting Presentations, Reports and Discussion Items:

2016-0365 FAYETTEVILLE NATURAL HERITAGE ASSOCIATION CHECK PRESENTATION


Agenda Additions

A.Consent:

A.1 2015-0653 APPROVAL OF THE AUGUST 2, 2016 CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES.


A.2 2016-0334 NWA REGIONAL AIRPORT AND NWA COUNCIL FOUNDATION COOP AGR.: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, NORTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL AIRPORT (XNA), AND THE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS COUNCIL FOUNDATION REGARDING THE PLACEMENT OF WAYFINDING SIGNS DIRECTING TRAVELERS TO AND FROM THE AIRPORT WITHIN THE PUBLIC RIGHTS-OF-WAY AT NO COST TO THE CITY




A.3 2016-0353 MITCHELL, WILLIAMS, SELIG, GATES & WOODYARD, PLLC: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE AMENDMENT NO. 4 TO THE CONTRACT WITH MITCHELL, WILLIAMS, SELIG, GATES & WOODYARD, PLLC IN THE AMOUNT OF $15,000.00 FOR ADDITIONAL LEGAL SERVICES RELATED TO THE WHITE RIVER WATER QUALITY STANDARDS PETITION TO THE ARKANSAS POLLUTION CONTROL AND ECOLOGY COMMISSION, AND TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT




A.4 2016-0363 CDI CONTRACTORS, LLC: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $11,820.00 RECOGNIZING REVENUE FROM CDI CONTRACTORS, LLC FOR ITS SHARE OF COSTS FOR REPAIRS TO WILSON AVENUE




B.Unfinished Business:

B.1 2016-0352 AMEND §164.23 SINGLE-FAMILY INFILL STANDARDS: AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZE THE CITY COUNCIL TO GRANT A VARIANCE IN THE SINGLE FAMILY INFILL STANDARDS TO SUPPORT ATTAINABLE, AFFORDABLE HOUSING (LEFT ON SECOND READING)




C.New Business:

C.1 2016-0351 RZN 16-5474 (SOUTH OF 1297 E. FARMERS RD./HALE 558): AN ORDINANCE TO REZONE THAT PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN REZONING PETITION RZN 16-5474 FOR APPROXIMATELY 1.28 ACRES LOCATED SOUTH OF 1297 EAST FARMERS ROAD FROM R-A, RESIDENTIAL AGRICULTURAL AND RSF-4, RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY, 4 UNITS PER ACRE TO RSF-7, RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY, 7 UNITS PER ACRE



C.2 2016-0362 ADM 16-5457: (E. END OF VAN ASCHE DR./VAN ASCHE MSP, 174): A RESOLUTION TO AMEND THE MASTER STREET PLAN BY REMOVING THE CONNECTION OVER MUD CREEK BETWEEN THE EAST END OF VAN ASCHE DRIVE AND THE SOUTH END OF SHILOH DRIVE



C.3 2016-0364 KESSLER MOUNTAIN CONSERVATION EASEMENT: A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE MAYOR JORDAN TO SIGN A GRANT OF CONSERVATION EASEMENT TO THE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS LAND TRUST FOR THE PRESERVATION OF KESSLER MOUNTAIN




C.4 2016-0367 RZN 16-5483:  (NE CORNER OF MORNINGSIDE & 15TH ST./RAUSCH COLEMAN): AN ORDINANCE TO REZONE THAT PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN REZONING PETITION RZN 16-5483 FOR APPROXIMATELY 36 ACRES LOCATED AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF MORNINGSIDE AND FIFTEENTH STREET FROM RSF-4, RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY, 4 UNITS PER ACRE TO NC, NEIGHBORHOOD CONSERVATION, SUBJECT TO A BILL OF ASSURANCE



D.City Council Agenda Session Presentations:

D.1 2016-0355 AGENDA SESSION PRESENTATION - DR. MATTHEW WENDT, NEW SUPERINTENDENT OF THE FAYETTEVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT, WILL INTRODUCE HIMSELF AND SHARE GOALS FOR THE FAYETTEVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND PROVIDE THOUGHTS ON COLLABORATION AND PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES BETWEEN FAYETTEVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE.


E.City Council Tour:

F.Announcements:

G.Adjournment

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

May 17, 2016, city-council agenda

City of Fayetteville, Arkansas


113 West Mountain Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701
479-575-8323 




City Council Meeting


May 17, 2016
5:30 p.m.


City Hall Room 219
113 West Mountain
City Council

Adella Gray Ward 1
Sarah Marsh Ward 1
Mark Kinion Ward 2
Matthew Petty Ward 2
Justin Tennant Ward 3
Martin W. Schoppmeyer, Jr. Ward 3
John S. La Tour Ward 4
Alan Long Ward 4
ELECTED OFFICIALS:
Mayor Lioneld Jordan
City Attorney Kit Williams
City Clerk Treasurer Sondra Smith
Call To Order

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance

Mayor’s Announcements, Proclamations and Recognitions

City Council Meeting Presentations, Reports and Discussion Items:

Agenda Additions:

A.Consent:

A.1 2015-0647 APPROVAL OF THE MAY 3, 2016 CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES.


A.2 2016-0236 MICROSOFT CORPORATION ENTERPRISE AGREEMENT RENEWAL: A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE A THREE YEAR RENEWAL OF THE ENTERPRISE AGREEMENT WITH MICROSOFT CORPORATION, THROUGH ITS AUTHORIZED RESELLER SHI INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION, FOR SOFTWARE PRODUCTS IN THE AMOUNT OF $137,200.00 PER YEAR PLUS APPLICABLE TAXES, AND TO APPROVE A CONTINGENCY IN THE AMOUNT OF $13,700.00 PER YEAR FOR ADDITIONAL SOFTWARE LICENSES AS NEEDED



A.3 2016-0196 ANIMAL SERVICES DONATION REVENUE: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $81,602.00 REPRESENTING DONATION REVENUE TO ANIMAL SERVICES FOR THE FIRST QUARTER OF 2016




A.4 2016-0212 ALLIANCE PUMP & MECHANICAL, INC.: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A CHANGE ORDER TO THE CONTRACT WITH ALLIANCE PUMP & MECHANICAL, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $43,521.00 PLUS APPLICABLE TAXES FOR ADDITIONAL REPAIR SERVICES REQUIRED TO REBUILD SEVEN (7) GEARBOXES AT THE NOLAND WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT



A.5 2016-0222 BID #16-30 CENTRAL LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT, INC.: A RESOLUTION TO AWARD BID #16-30 AND AUTHORIZE THE PURCHASE OF FOUR COMMERCIAL WASHER EXTRACTORS AND FIVE DRYING UNITS FROM CENTRAL LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT, INC. OF WARD, ARKANSAS IN THE AMOUNT OF $65,130.00 PLUS APPLICABLE TAXES FOR USE BY THE FIRE DEPARTMENT



A.6 2016-0213 BRADEN NEIGHBORHOOD PARK: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $3,723.00 RECOGNIZING PARKLAND DEDICATION FEES FROM THE NORTHEAST QUADRANT TO BE USED FOR A PORTION OF IMPROVEMENTS TO AND EXPANSION OF THE PLAYGROUND AT BRADEN NEIGHBORHOOD PARK




A.7 2016-0229 ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND TOURISM’S OUTDOOR RECREATION GRANT: A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE ACCEPTANCE OF A 50/50 MATCHING GRANT FROM THE ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND TOURISM’S OUTDOOR RECREATION GRANT PROGRAM IN THE AMOUNT OF $150,000.00 FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF PLAYGROUND AND PARKING IMPROVEMENTS AT WILSON PARK, AND TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT




A.8 2016-0237 PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT DONATION REVENUE: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $29,387.00 REPRESENTING DONATION REVENUE TO THE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT




A.9 2016-0227 RECREATIONAL TRAILS GRANT APPLICATION - TRAIL REPLACEMENT: A RESOLUTION TO EXPRESS THE WILLINGNESS OF THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE TO UTILIZE FEDERAL-AID RECREATIONAL TRAILS FUNDS AND AUTHORIZE APPLICATION FOR A 20% LOCAL MATCH GRANT THROUGH THE ARKANSAS RECREATIONAL TRAILS PROGRAM IN AN AMOUNT UP TO $56,000.00 FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF A SECTION OF THE RAZORBACK REGIONAL GREENWAY FROM MAPLE STREET TO FRISCO AVENUE



A.10 2016-0228 TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM - MUD CREEK TRAIL LIGHTING: A RESOLUTION TO EXPRESS THE WILLINGNESS OF THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE TO UTILIZE FEDERAL-AID TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM FUNDS AND AUTHORIZE APPLICATION FOR A 20% LOCAL MATCH GRANT THROUGH THE ARKANSAS TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM IN AN AMOUNT UP TO $500,000.00 FOR THE INSTALLATION OF TRAIL LIGHTING ALONG THE RAZORBACK REGIONAL GREENWAY AND THE MUD CREEK TRAIL FROM THE FULBRIGHT EXPRESSWAY TO OLD MISSOURI ROAD



A.11 2016-0230 LEVI STORAGE CENTER, LLC PURCAHSE FOR CATO SPRINGS TRAIL: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE PURCHASE OF 1.5 ACRES OF PROPERTY FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE CATO SPRINGS TRAIL FROM LEVI STORAGE CENTER, LLC IN THE AMOUNT OF $31,296.00, AND TO APPROVE A PROJECT CONTINGENCY IN THE AMOUNT OF $3,129.60



A.12 2016-0234 HOME TEAM, LLC: A RESOLUTION TO ACCEPT THE DONATION OF 1.5 ACRES OF PROPERTY FROM HOME TEAM, LLC WITH THE RESTRICTION THAT NO DEVELOPMENT SHALL OCCUR ON THE PROPERTY FOR AT LEAST FIFTY (50) YEARS



A.13 2016-0233 FAYETTEVILLE ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PLAN MAP AMENDMENTS: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE AMENDMENTS TO THE FAYETTEVILLE ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PLAN MAP TO ADD A CONNECTOR TRAIL BETWEEN THE HAMESTRING CREEK TRAIL AND THE SHILOH TRAIL, TO REMOVE A PAVED TRAIL FROM THE KESSLER MOUNTAIN RIDGE, AND TO ADD A LOOP TRAIL AROUND THE REGIONAL PARK



B.Unfinished Business:

B.1 2016-0057 AMEND § 72.58 OFF-STREET PARKING FACILITIES; RULES AND RATES: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND § 72.58 OFF-STREET PARKING FACILITIES; RULES AND RATES (M) TO LIMIT THE MAYOR’S AUTHORITY TO ASSIGN ANY CITY OWNED PAID PARKING LOTS OR ON-STREET PAID PARKING SPACES WITHIN THE ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT OR THE CLOSURE OF CITY STREETS FOR THE USE OF A PERMITTED SPECIAL EVENT TO NOT MORE THAN TWO (2) DAYS PER YEAR WITHOUT EXPRESS APPROVAL OF THE CITY COUNCIL (LEFT ON SECOND READING)



B.2 2016-0194 VAC 16-5354 (1137 W. MLK BLVD./ARENA VILLAGE): AN ORDINANCE TO APPROVE VAC 16-5354 SUBMITTED BY STEVE FOWLER FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1137 WEST MARTIN LUTHER KING BOULEVARD TO VACATE PORTIONS OF A UTILITY EASEMENT (LEFT ON FIRST READING)



B.3 2016-0205 AMEND CHAPTER 116:  DOOR TO DOOR SOLICITATION: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 116: DOOR TO DOOR SOLICITATION OF THE FAYETTEVILLE CODE BY REPEALING § 116.01, ENACTING A REPLACEMENT § 116.01 AND BY AMENDING THE DEFINITION OF SOLICITOR IN § 116.02 (A) (4) (LEFT ON FIRST READING)



C.New Business:

C.1 2016-0248 FALLING WATERS APPEAL: AN ORDINANCE TO REZONE THAT PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN REZONING PETITION RZN 16-5385 FOR APPROXIMATELY 35.31 ACRES ON DEAD HORSE MOUNTAIN ROAD FROM R-A, RESIDENTIAL AGRICULTURE TO RSF-2, RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY, 2 UNITS PER ACRE SUBJECT TO A BILL OF ASSURANCE LIMITING DEVELOPMENT TO 51 HOMES



C.2 2016-0193 U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY JOINT FUNDING AGREEMENT:  AN ORDINANCE TO WAIVE THE REQUIREMENTS OF FORMAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING AND AUTHORIZE A JOINT FUNDING AGREEMENT WITH THE U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY FOR STREAM GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE AND WATER QUALITY SAMPLING AND MONITORING AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE FOR 2016 WITH THE AMOUNT PAID BY THE CITY NOT TO EXCEED $61,721.00



C.3 2016-0197 AMEND § 92.31 DANGEROUS ANIMALS AND ENACT § 92.07 INHUMANE TRAPS PROHIBITED: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND § 92.31 DANGEROUS ANIMALS TO PROVIDE THE ANIMAL SERVICES DIVISION WTH ADDITIONAL OPTIONS TO DECLARE AN ANIMAL DANGEROUS AND ALLOW THE REHOMING OF A DANGEROUS ANIMAL WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE ANIMAL SERVICES SUPERINTENDENT, AND TO ENACT A NEW § 92.07 INHUMANE TRAPS PROHIBITED



C.4 2016-0235 SPECIAL ELECTION FOR FAYETTEVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY: AN ORDINANCE CALLING AND SETTING A DATE FOR A SPECIAL ELECTION ON THE QUESTIONS OF (1) THE RAISING BY ONE AND ONE-HALF (1.5) MILLS THE CURRENT ONE (1.0) MILL CITY TAX ON REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY SUPPORTING THE MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF FAYETTEVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY, AND (2) THE IMPOSITION OF A ONE AND TWO-TENTHS (1.2) MILL CITY TAX ON REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY TO BE PLEDGED TO AN ISSUE OR ISSUES OF BONDS NOT TO EXCEED $26,500,000 IN PRINCIPAL AMOUNT TO FINANCE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS TO FAYETTEVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY; PRESCRIBING OTHER MATTERS PERTAINING THERETO; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY




C.5 2016-0238 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIC PLAN: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE AND ADOPT THE FAYETTEVILLE FIRST ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIC PLAN



D.City Council Agenda Session Presentations:

E.City Council Tour:

F.Announcements:

G.Adjournment

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Louise Mann trash class report in NWA Times


Company urges care in glass recycling as Fayetteville tests changes

Posted: April 26, 2016 at 1 a.m.
The city of Fayetteville is considering changes to its recycling program.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Glass can help pay for a city's recycling program or hobble it permanently depending on how the city handles the brittle material, representatives of the company processing Fayetteville's glass recycling told residents Monday.
Around 50 people gathered Monday evening in the downtown Chancellor Hotel for a presentation from Kansas City, Mo.-based Ripple Glass on how a city should recycle its glass jars and bottles. Fayetteville is in the middle of a 90-day pilot program that switches its curbside-sorting recycling program with a single-stream model letting residents mix all recyclables together in their curbside carts.
The program covers about 1,000 households in the city's southeast and two apartment complexes, and it accepts glass along with cardboard, paper, plastics and cans. But glass breaks easily, which in turn makes it difficult and costly to separate from everything else, said Mike Utz, Ripple Glass's founder.
"This is the fundamental problem of the single-stream system -- the extra handling of glass," Utz said. As a result, glass going in recycling bins might not end up recycled: Around 60 percent of it's lost in single-stream systems, he said, citing a 2009 report from the nonprofit Container Recycling Institute in California.
Splitting glass from the rest of the recyclables allows almost all of it to be reused, said Michelle Goth, Ripple's regional business manager. She urged Fayetteville to consider a similar system.
Fayetteville recycled more than 6,000 tons of material last year, including about 1,300 to Ripple, according to the city's year-end report. With composting and other measures, the city diverts about 20 percent of its waste from the landfill.
The City Council set a goal three years ago to quadruple that rate to 80 percent by 2025. It has paid about $300,000 for Florida-based Kessler Consulting to put together a plan reach that goal, an effort that includes the pilot programs.
City officials in the past few months have stressed the pilots are simply to test out the ideas; the data that comes from them will inform an eventual council vote on whether to make any city-wide changes.
"Nothing has been decided," Brian Pugh, the city's waste reduction coordinator, said before the meeting.
The program has been promising so far, doubling the amount of recyclable material collected from 2 tons a week to 4 tons. The proportion of collection that can't be recycled for any reason has also gone up from less than 1 percent to around 9 percent, Pugh said. More is being recycled even with the increase.
Contamination with broken glass or other material is a common problem with single-stream systems around the country. Springdale and Bentonville, for example, see contamination around 8 percent, according to their curbside pickup companies; Pulaski County, which also offers single-stream, sees around 40 percent.
That's why Louise Mann, a retired teacher and recycling advocate who supports Fayetteville's curbside-sort and drop-off system, arranged Monday's meeting. She said Monday other material industries have complaints much like Ripple's, and she plans to hold similar meetings with other companies.
"The liquids drip, the paper gets stuck," Mann said of single-stream systems' failings.
Pugh acknowledged glass can be a problem within a recycling system; in the pilots, Harmon Recycling is hand-sorting the material to avoid the issue. But technology in recent years has become better at separating out nearly all of the glass, though it's expensive.
"It's just kind of a hit-and-miss," Pugh said.
NW News on 04/26/2016

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

April 19, 2016, City Council agenda

City of Fayetteville, Arkansas


113 West Mountain Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701
479-575-8323 




City Council Meeting


April 19, 2016
5:30 p.m.


City Hall Room 219
113 West Mountain
City Council

Adella Gray Ward 1
Sarah Marsh Ward 1
Mark Kinion Ward 2
Matthew Petty Ward 2
Justin Tennant Ward 3
Martin W. Schoppmeyer, Jr. Ward 3
John S. La Tour Ward 4
Alan Long Ward 4
ELECTED OFFICIALS:
Mayor Lioneld Jordan
City Attorney Kit Williams
City Clerk Treasurer Sondra Smith
Call To Order

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance

Mayor’s Announcements, Proclamations and Recognitions

City Council Meeting Presentations, Reports and Discussion Items:

Agenda Additions:

A.Consent:

A.1 2015-0645 APPROVAL OF THE APRIL 5, 2016 CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES.


A.2 2016-0176 BID #16-26 HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS, LTD: A RESOLUTION TO AWARD BID #16-26 AND AUTHORIZE THE PURCHASE OF TREE GRATES AND FRAMES FROM HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS, LTD. IN THE AMOUNT OF $55,995.00 PLUS APPLICABLE TAXES FOR THE COLLEGE AVENUE ENHANCEMENT PROJECT



A.3 2016-0163 GOODYEAR, MICHELIN AND BRIDGESTONE TIRES: A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE PURCHASE OF GOODYEAR, MICHELIN AND BRIDGESTONE TIRES FROM VARIOUS LOCAL VENDORS IN VARIABLE AMOUNTS AND FOR VARYING UNIT PRICES AS NEEDED THROUGH MARCH 31, 2017 AND ANY FUTURE RENEWAL PERIODS, PURSUANT TO STATE PROCUREMENT CONTRACTS, FOR USE BY THE FLEET DIVISION



A.4 2016-0180 ARKANSAS FLOWER AND GARDEN SHOW GRANT: A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE ACCEPTANCE OF A GRANT FROM THE ARKANSAS FLOWER AND GARDEN SHOW IN THE AMOUNT OF $2,500.00 FOR THE PURCHASE OF NATIVE PLANT MATERIALS TO BE PLANTED IN A PORTION OF WILSON PARK THAT HAS BEEN CLEARED OF INVASIVE PLANTS, AND TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT




B.Unfinished Business:  None

C.Public Hearing:

C.1 2016-0140 CONDEMNATION OF FIFTEEN FOOT STRIP OF LAND IN SPRING STREET PARKING LOT: A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE CITY ATTORNEY TO SEEK CONDEMNATION AND POSSESSION OF CERTAIN LANDS OWNED BY THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF JOHN AND ALMA REHM NEEDED FOR THE OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF LOT 56, A CITY-OPERATED PUBLIC PARKING LOT, AND TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT




D.New Business:

D.1 2016-0177 BID WAIVER FOR LIGHT POLES & FIXTURES: AN ORDINANCE TO WAIVE THE REQUIREMENTS OF FORMAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING AND AUTHORIZE THE PURCHASE OF STREET LIGHT POLES AND FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY AMERLUX EXTERIOR, LLC FROM THE SOLE REGIONAL DISTRIBUTOR, PREMIER LIGHTING GROUP, INC., IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $210,500.00 FOR CITY-WIDE TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2020



D.2 2016-0181 VAC 16-5375 (1924 E. CHARLEE ST./ SEASIDE POOLS): AN ORDINANCE TO APPROVE VAC 16-5375 SUBMITTED BY SEASIDE POOLS, INC. FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1924 EAST CHARLEE STREET TO VACATE A PORTION OF A UTILITY EASEMENT



E.City Council Agenda Session Presentations:

E.1 2016-0170 AGENDA SESSION PRESENTATION - FAYETTEVILLE URBAN FORESTRY ADVISORY BOARD ANNUAL REPORT TO THE CITY COUNCIL


F.City Council Tour:

G.Announcements:

H.Adjournment

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

City Council meeting agenda for 15 March 2016, in Room 208 of the Washington County Courthouse

City of Fayetteville, Arkansas


113 West Mountain Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701
479-575-8323 




City Council Meeting


March 15, 2016
5:30 p.m.


Washington County Courthouse – Quorum Courtroom
208 N. College Avenue
City Council

Adella Gray Ward 1
Sarah Marsh Ward 1
Mark Kinion Ward 2
Matthew Petty Ward 2
Justin Tennant Ward 3
Martin W. Schoppmeyer, Jr. Ward 3
John S. La Tour Ward 4
Alan Long Ward 4
ELECTED OFFICIALS:
Mayor Lioneld Jordan
City Attorney Kit Williams
City Clerk Treasurer Sondra Smith
Call To Order

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance

Mayor’s Announcements, Proclamations and Recognitions

City Council Meeting Presentations, Reports and Discussion Items:

1.2016-0117 NOMINATING COMMITTEE REPORT



Agenda Additions:

A.Consent:

A.1 2015-0643 APPROVAL OF THE MARCH 1, 2016 CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES.


A.2 2016-0109 RICOH USA, INC.: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE PURCHASE OF PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL IMAGING SERVICES FROM RICOH USA, INC. THROUGH ITS LOCAL VENDOR, PREFERRED OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC., IN VARYING AMOUNTS AS NEEDED THROUGH JUNE 30, 2016 AND ANY FUTURE RENEWAL PERIODS, PURSUANT TO A U.S. COMMUNITIES GOVERNMENT PURCHASING ALLIANCE COOPERATIVE PURCHASING AGREEMENT



A.3 2016-0097 HAZMAT SERVICES REVENUE: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT RECOGNIZING HAZMAT SERVICES REVENUE RECEIVED BY THE FIRE DEPARTMENT FROM WASHINGTON COUNTY IN THE AMOUNT OF $11,318.00 AND INCREASING THE RELATED EXPENSE BUDGET




A.4 2016-0041 CARAHSOFT TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE PURCHASE OF THREE (3) NIMBLE STORAGE EXPANSION SHELVES AND A FIVE (5) YEAR HARDWARE MAINTENANCE CONTRACT FROM CARAHSOFT TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION IN THE AMOUNT OF $246,677.91 PLUS APPLICABLE TAXES, PURSUANT TO A GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION FEDERAL ACQUISITION SERVICE COOPERATIVE PURCHASING CONTRACT



A.5 2016-0080 CITY OF GREENLAND TWO YEAR EXTENSION AGREEMENT: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A TWO YEAR EXTENSION OF THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE AND THE CITY OF GREENLAND REGARDING THE PROVISION OF WASTEWATER COLLECTION SERVICES IN THE CITY OF GREENLAND



A.6 2016-0105 WATERMARK AT FAYETTEVILLE AR, LLC: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A COST SHARE AGREEMENT WITH WATERMARK AT FAYETTEVILLE AR, LLC IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $43,241.00 FOR A SEWER MAIN UPGRADE NEAR VAN ASCHE DRIVE AND STEELE BOULEVARD



A.7 2016-0106 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT, INC. GRANT: A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE ACCEPTANCE OF A GENERAL IMPROVEMENT FUND GRANT THROUGH THE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $9,198.00 FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A GARDEN SHELTER FOR THE YVONNE RICHARDSON COMMUNITY CENTER’S KID CROPS PROGRAM, AND TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT



A.8 2016-0098 SOURCEGAS ARKANSAS, INC. UTILITY WORK AGREEMENT: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A UTILITY WORK AGREEMENT WITH SOURCEGAS ARKANSAS, INC. IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $167,231.78 FOR THE RELOCATION OF TWO GAS LINES NECESSARY FOR THE EXTENSION OF RUPPLE ROAD FROM MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BOULEVARD TO PERSIMMON STREET, AND TO APPROVE A PROJECT CONTINGENCY IN THE AMOUNT OF $25,084.00




A.9 2016-0095 RFQ #15-04 BURNS & MCDONNELL ENGINEERING COMPANY, INC.: A RESOLUTION TO AWARD RFQ #15-04 AND AUTHORIZE A CONTRACT WITH BURNS & MCDONNELL ENGINEERING COMPANY, INC. IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $557,695.00 FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES ASSOCIATED WITH THE SAIN STREET EXTENSION FROM NORTH FRONT STREET TO VANTAGE BOULEVARD, AND TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT




A.10 2016-0096 GARVER, LLC SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 1: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 1 TO THE CONTRACT WITH GARVER, LLC IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $455,066.00 FOR ADDITIONAL ARCHEOLOGICAL TESTING AND MITIGATION SERVICES ASSOCIATED WITH THE DESIGN OF A PORTION OF RUPPLE ROAD BETWEEN WEST STARRY NIGHT VIEW AND WEST MOUNT COMFORT ROAD, AND TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT




A.11 2016-0103 ARKANSAS HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT FEDERAL-AID FUNDS: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE TWO BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS RECOGNIZING FEDERAL-AID FUNDS RECEIVED FROM THE ARKANSAS HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $48,928.00 FOR THE HIGHWAY 45/OLD WIRE ROAD SIGNAL AND INTERSECTION PROJECT





B.Unfinished Business:  None

C.Public Hearing:

C.1 2016-0102 FAYETTEVILLE PUBLIC FACILITIES BOARD: A RESOLUTION RATIFYING THE RESOLUTION OF THE FAYETTEVILLE PUBLIC FACILITIES BOARD APPROVING A REFUNDING AND IMPROVEMENT REVENUE BOND (BUTTERFIELD TRAIL VILLAGE PROJECT), SERIES 2016 IN A PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED $17,450,000; AND PRESCRIBING OTHER MATTERS PERTAINING THERETO




D.New Business:

D.1 2016-0104 RFQ #15-08 NELSON/NYGAARD CONSULTING ASSOCIATES, INC.: A RESOLUTION TO AWARD RFQ #15-08 AND AUTHORIZE A CONTRACT WITH NELSON/NYGAARD CONSULTING ASSOCIATES, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $584,978.00 FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A TRANSPORTATION MASTER PLAN AND DOWNTOWN/ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT PARKING AND MOBILITY REPORT, TO APPROVE A PROJECT CONTINGENCY IN THE AMOUNT OF $14,740.00, AND TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT




D.2 2016-0101 RZN 16-5310:  (1564 E. HUNTSVILLE RD./ZWEIG PROPERTIES): AN ORDINANCE TO REZONE THAT PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN REZONING PETITION RZN 16-5310 FOR APPROXIMATELY 0.46 ACRES LOCATED AT 1564 EAST HUNTSVILLE ROAD FROM RSF-4, RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY, 4 UNITS PER ACRE TO CS, COMMUNITY SERVICES



D.3 2016-0107 ADM 16-5319 (UDC CHAPTERS 166,172,177 AMENDMENTS): AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND § 166.24 NONRESIDENTIAL DESIGN STANDARDS, § 172.04 PARKING LOT DESIGN STANDARDS, § 177.04 SITE DEVELOPMENT AND PARKING LOT LANDSCAPE STANDARDS AND § 177.05 STREET TREE PLANTING STANDARDS OF THE UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT CODE




D.4 2016-0110 AMEND § 97.082 (B), § 94.05 (D) AND TO ENACT A NEW § 94.05 (G): AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND § 97.082 (B), § 94.05 (D) AND TO ENACT A NEW § 94.05 (G) OF THE FAYETTEVILLE CODE TO AUTHORIZE THE MAYOR TO ISSUE A PUBLIC FIREWORKS DISPLAY PERMIT FOR AN ANNUAL DISPLAY BY THE BOTANICAL GARDEN OF THE OZARKS AT LAKE FAYETTEVILLE


Tuesday, March 1, 2016

March 1, 2016, city-council meeting agenda. Watch live on Gv channel or Internet

City of Fayetteville, Arkansas


113 West Mountain Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701
479-575-8323 




City Council Meeting


March 1, 2016
5:30 p.m.


Ray Adams Leadership Center
Fayetteville School Board Room 1000 W Bulldog Ave
City Council

Adella Gray Ward 1
Sarah Marsh Ward 1
Mark Kinion Ward 2
Matthew Petty Ward 2
Justin Tennant Ward 3
Martin W. Schoppmeyer, Jr. Ward 3
John S. La Tour Ward 4
Alan Long Ward 4
ELECTED OFFICIALS:
Mayor Lioneld Jordan
City Attorney Kit Williams
City Clerk Treasurer Sondra Smith
Call To Order

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance

Mayor’s Announcements, Proclamations and Recognitions

1.2016-0100 IN RECOGNITION OF THE FAYETTEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS IN FOOTBALL, GOLF, CROSS COUNTRY, AND VOLLEYBALL


City Council Meeting Presentations, Reports and Discussion Items:

1.2015-0639 2015 4TH QUARTER FINANCIAL REPORT


Agenda Additions:

A.Consent:

A.1 2015-0642 APPROVAL OF THE FEBRUARY 16, 2016 CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES.


A.2 2016-0083 INSITUFORM TECHNOLOGIES, INC.: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A ONE YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION WITH INSITUFORM TECHNOLOGIES, INC. IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $330,000.00 FOR SEWER REHABILITATION USING CURED-IN-PLACE SANITARY SEWER LININGS



A.3 2016-0069 HAWG DWELLINGS, LLC: A RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO FAYETTEVILLE CODE OF ORDINANCES SECTION 39.10(C)(4) TO AUTHORIZE THE MAYOR TO PAY THE AMOUNT OF $8,971.91 TO HAWG DWELLINGS, LLC AND $7,936.56 TO SERVPRO OF FAYETTEVILLE/SPRINGDALE FOR A WASTEWATER DAMAGE CLAIM ARISING AT 902 WEST CLEVELAND STREET



A.4 2016-0079 MCCLELLAND CONSULTING ENGINEERS, INC. SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 1: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 1 TO THE CONTRACT WITH MCCLELLAND CONSULTING ENGINEERS, INC. FOR ADDITIONAL CONSTRUCTION PHASE SERVICES ASSOCIATED WITH THE OLD WIRE ROAD SEWER MAIN REPLACEMENT PROJECT WHICH WILL INCREASE THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF THE CONTRACT FROM $228,644.00 TO AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $250,402.00, AND TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT




A.5 2016-0078 BID #16-19 T-G EXCAVATING, INC.: A RESOLUTION TO AWARD BID #16-19 AND AUTHORIZE A CONTRACT WITH T-G EXCAVATING, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $2,373,333.00 FOR CONSTRUCTION SERVICES ASSOCIATED WITH THE OLD WIRE ROAD SEWER MAIN REPLACEMENT PROJECT, TO APPROVE A PROJECT CONTINGENCY IN THE AMOUNT OF $237,333.30, AND TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT




A.6 2016-0087 HUB INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A ONE YEAR CONTRACT WITH HUB INTERNATIONAL IN THE AMOUNT OF $13,000.00 WITH AUTOMATIC RENEWALS FOR THREE ADDITIONAL ONE YEAR TERMS FOR THE PROVISION OF INSURANCE BROKERAGE AND CONSULTATION SERVICES



B.Unfinished Business:

B.1 2016-0061 RZN 15-5240 (2514 W. LORI RD./RAZORBACK GOLF COURSE): AN ORDINANCE TO REZONE THAT PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN REZONING PETITION RZN 15-5240 FOR APPROXIMATELY 128 ACRES LOCATED AT 2514 WEST LORI ROAD FROM R-A, RESIDENTIAL-AGRICULTURAL; RSF-1, RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY ONE UNIT PER ACRE; AND RSF-4, RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY, 4 UNITS PER ACRE TO R-A, RESIDENTIAL-AGRICULTURAL; RMF-24, RESIDENTIAL MULTI-FAMILY, 24 UNITS PER ACRE; NC, NEIGHBORHOOD CONSERVATION; AND NS, NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES, SUBJECT TO A BILL OF ASSURANCE



B.2 2016-0057 AMEND § 72.58 OFF-STREET PARKING FACILITIES; RULES AND RATES: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND § 72.58 OFF-STREET PARKING FACILITIES; RULES AND RATES (M) TO LIMIT THE MAYOR’S AUTHORITY TO ASSIGN ANY CITY OWNED PAID PARKING LOTS, ON-STREET PAID PARKING SPACES OR THE CLOSURE OF CITY STREETS FOR THE USE OF A PERMITTED SPECIAL EVENT TO NOT MORE THAN TWO (2) DAYS PER YEAR WITHOUT EXPRESS APPROVAL OF THE CITY COUNCIL





C.New Business:

C.1 2016-0068 AIT SERVICES, INC.: AN ORDINANCE TO WAIVE THE REQUIREMENTS OF FORMAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING AND AUTHORIZE THE PURCHASE OF SPARE PARTS FOR THE THERMAL DRYING UNIT LOCATED AT THE BIOSOLIDS MANAGEMENT SITE FROM AIT SERVICES, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $65,371.50 PLUS APPLICABLE TAXES, TO APPROVE A PROJECT CONTINGENCY IN THE AMOUNT OF $7,174.52, AND TO WAIVE THE REQUIREMENTS OF FORMAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING FOR FUTURE PURCHASES OF PARTS AND REPAIR SERVICES THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2018



C.2 2016-0088 LASERFICHE DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FROM MCCI, LLC ADDITIONAL SOFTWARE USER LICENSES: AN ORDINANCE TO WAIVE THE REQUIREMENTS OF FORMAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING AND AUTHORIZE THE PURCHASE OF ADDITIONAL LASERFICHE USER LICENSES, THE LASERFICHE FORMS MODULE, ANNUAL SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE, AND FUTURE SOFTWARE AND SERVICE NEEDS THROUGH THE END OF FISCAL YEAR 2017 FROM MCCI, LLC IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $235,000.00 PLUS APPLICABLE TAXES



C.3 2016-0085 RZN 15-5293 (701 E. HUNTSVILLE RD./ROSE BAUER): AN ORDINANCE TO REZONE THAT PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN REZONING PETITION RZN 15-5293 FOR APPROXIMATELY 36.25 ACRES LOCATED AT 701 EAST HUNTSVILLE ROAD FROM RSF-4, RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY, 4 UNITS PER ACRE TO CS, COMMUNITY SERVICES; NC, NEIGHBORHOOD CONSERVATION AND R-A, RESIDENTIAL-AGRICULTURAL AND SUBJECT TO A BILL OF ASSURANCE



C.4 2016-0086 RZN 16-5299 (4170 W. MLK BLVD./CALYPSO PROPERTIES): AN ORDINANCE TO REZONE THAT PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN REZONING PETITION RZN 16-5299 FOR APPROXIMATELY 3.4 ACRES LOCATED AT 4170 WEST MARTIN LUTHER KING BOULEVARD FROM R-O, RESIDENTIAL OFFICE TO UT, URBAN THOROUGHFARE



C.5 2016-0034 WEST AVENUE PARKING LOT - DEVELOPMENT CONSIDERATION: A RESOLUTION TO EXPRESS THE CITY COUNCIL’S INTENT TO CONSIDER PROPOSALS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE CITY’S 2.8 ACRE PROPERTY AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF WEST AVENUE AND DICKSON STREET CURRENTLY USED AS THE WEST AVENUE PARKING LOT



C.6 2016-0075 2016 EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION: A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,220,000.00 TO FUND THE CITY-WIDE 2016 EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION ADJUSTMENT, AND TO APPROVE A CERTIFICATION PAY PLAN FOR SWORN POLICE PERSONNEL





D.City Council Agenda Session Presentations:

D.1 2016-0055 AGENDA SESSION PRESENTATION RECYCLING AND TRASH UPDATE FOR RECYCLING PILOT PROJECTS- BRIAN PUGH

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