Mayor Lioneld Jordan
City Attorney Kit Williams
City Clerk Sondra Smith
Ward 1 Position 1 – Adella Gray
Ward 1 Position 2 – Sarah Marsh
Ward 2 Position 1 – Mark Kinion
Ward 2 Position 2 – Matthew Petty
Ward 3 Position 1 – Justin Tennant
Ward 3 Position 2 – Martin W. Schoppmeyer Jr.
Ward 4 Position 1 – Rhonda Adams
Ward 4 Position 2 – Alan Long
City of Fayetteville Arkansas
City Council Meeting
June 4, 2013
City Council Meeting
June 4, 2013
A meeting of the Fayetteville City Council will be held on June 4, 2013 at 6:00 PM in Room 219 of the City Administration Building located at 113 West Mountain Street, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Call to Order
Pledge of Allegiance
Mayor’s Announcements, Proclamations and Recognitions:
City Council Meeting Presentations, Reports and Discussion Items:
|1.||Quarterly Financial Report - 1st Quarter of 2013, Paul Becker, Finance Director|
1. RFP #13-06 Challenger Teamwear: A resolution awarding RFP #13-06 and authorizing a contract with Challenger Teamwear in the amount of $12.15 plus tax each for youth soccer uniforms for the Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 seasons.
2. Gallagher Benefits Services: A resolution approving the annual renewal contract in the amount of $57,600.00 with Gallagher Benefits Services for the provision of City employee benefits broker services.
3. Bid #13-19 Suncoast Infrastructure, Inc.: A resolution awarding Bid #13-19 and approving a contract with Suncoast Infrastructure, Inc. in the amount of $162,495.00 to construct Elkins Outfall Gravity Sewer Improvements, and approving a $20,000.00 project contingency.
4. Goodwin & Goodwin, Inc. Change Order 2: A resolution approving Change Order No. 2 to the construction contract with Goodwin & Goodwin, Inc. for water and sewer relocations on N. Garland Avenue in the amount of $111,165.35, and approving a budget adjustment.
5. 2013 Curbside Value Partnership: A resolution approving application for a 2013 Curbside Value Partnership education recycling marketing grant valued at $25,000.00.
6. Keep America Beautiful Cigarette Litter Prevention Program Grant: A resolution authorizing acceptance of a Keep America Beautiful Cigarette Litter Prevention Program Grant in the amount of $1,000.00, and approving a budget adjustment.
7. 2012 ADEQ Recycling Grant: A resolution authorizing acceptance of a 2012 Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality Recycling Grant in the amount of $25,000.00 for the purchase of recycling containers for the apartment recycling program, and approving a budget adjustment.
8. Concrete Sculpture Donation: A resolution authorizing acceptance of a concrete sculpture donation from Hank Kaminsky for placement along Scull Creek Trail or Frisco Trail.
9. EPA Region 6 Wetland Program Development Grant: A resolution approving application for an EPA Region 6 Wetland Program Development Grant in an amount up to $132,500.00 for an assessment of City streams.
10. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.: A resolution authorizing acceptance of the donation of an AreaRae air detection instrument in an approximate value of $50,000.00 from Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. for use by the Fire Department.
11. Amend Resolution No. 200-12 Animal Services Advisory Board: A resolution to amend Resolution No. 200-12 to add a City Council member to the Animal Services Advisory Board.
12. Bid #13-30 Benchmark Construction of NWA, Inc.: A resolution awarding Bid #13-30 and authorizing a contract with Benchmark Construction of NWA, Inc. in the amount of $27,900.00 for the construction of a replacement concrete floor for the Solid Waste Transfer Station on Happy Hollow Road, and approving a project contingency of $5,580.00.
1. Amend §114.02 Farmers’ Market: An ordinance to amend §114.02 Farmers’ Market to transfer the current free use of the south parking spaces on Mountain Street to the control of the Rural Mountain Producers Exchange Board, to close Mountain Street to traffic, to permit sound amplification during Farmers’ Market and to make other changes. This ordinance was left on the First Reading at the March 19, 2013 City Council meeting. This ordinance was left on the Second Reading at the April 2, 2013 City Council meeting and sent to the Ordinance Review Committee. This ordinance was left on the Third Reading at the April 16, 2013 City Council meeting and Tabled to the May 7, 2013 City Council meeting. This ordinance was left on the Third Reading at the May 7, 2013 City Council meeting and Tabled to the May 21, 2013 City Council meeting. This ordinance was left on the Third Reading at the May 21, 2013 City Council meeting and Tabled to the June 4, 2013 City Council meeting.
2. Amend Chapters 151, 161, 164 and 172: An ordinance to amend Chapters 151, 161, 164 and 172 of the Unified Development Code to modify certain standards within Urban Zoning Districts, to clarify and add flexibility to some of these requirements, to amend building height references and add a maximum building height to the C-1 Zoning District, and to provide supplement design standards for auto-oriented facilities within these districts. This ordinance was left on the First Reading at the May 21, 2013 City Council meeting.
1. RZN 13-4360 (693 W. North St./Randle): An ordinance rezoning that property described in rezoning petition RZN 13-4360, for approximately 2.44 acres, located at 693 West North Street from I-1, Heavy Commercial and Light Industrial, to CS, Community Services.
2. RZN 13-4363 (2269 N. Henbest Rd./Nelms): An ordinance rezoning the properties described in rezoning petition RZN 13-4363, for approximately 5.77 acres, located at 2269 North Henbest Road from R-A, Residential Agricultural, RSF-4, Residential Single-Family, 4 units per acre, and RMF-24, Residential Multi-Family, 24 units per acre, to CS, Community Services and C-2 Thoroughfare Commercial.
3. RZN 13-4369 (4253 N. Crossover Rd./Vista Health): An ordinance rezoning that property described in rezoning petition RZN 13-4369, for approximately 9.58 acres, located at 4253 North Crossover Road from R-O, Residential-Office and C-1, Neighborhood Commercial, to P-1, Institutional.
4. Amend §33.046 and §33.050: An ordinance amending §33.046 Providing Fire Protection Services Outside the City and §33.050 Response to Hazardous Materials Incidents of the Code of Fayetteville to modify Interlocal in mutual-aid provisions and to increase rates charged for fire protection, search and rescue and hazardous materials response services.
5. Old Post Office Patio Lease: A resolution to approve a five year lease of the patio adjoining the Old Post Office to the purchaser of the Old Post Office, Jim Huson.
6. Industrial Park Land Sale: A resolution to request that the administration negotiate a land sale agreement to convey about 14.9 acres to a bioscience company planning to build a facility in the Industrial Park.
7. City Council Budget Adjustment: A resolution approving a budget adjustment in the total amount of $10,200.00 to provide additional travel and training funding for members of the City Council.
|D.||City Council Agenda Session Presentations:|
1. Maylon Rice, Library Board - One Book, One Community
|E.||City Council Tour:|
1. June 24, 2013 5:30 p.m. Tri Cycle Farms