City Council - June 13, 2017

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*AMENDED* 

AGENDA
MEETING OF THE AMES AREA METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION
TRANSPORTATION POLICY COMMITTEE AND
REGULAR MEETING OF THE AMES CITY COUNCIL
COUNCIL CHAMBERS - CITY HALL - 515 CLARK AVENUE

JUNE 13, 2017

(Click here to download agenda and items through 38 in PDF)

(Click here to download items 39-52 in PDF)

 

CALL TO ORDER: 6:00 p.m.

AMES AREA METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION (AAMPO)
TRANSPORTATION POLICY COMMITTEE MEETING

1. Hearing on Amendment to FY 2015-2019 Passenger Transportation Plan (PTP): (Click here for more information)

a. Motion approving Amendment

2. Hearing on Amendments to FY 2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP): (Click here for more information)

a. Motion approving Amendment

POLICY COMMITTEE COMMENTS:

ADJOURNMENT:

REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING*

*The Regular City Council Meeting will immediately follow the meeting of the Ames Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Transportation Policy Committee.

CONSENT AGENDA: All items listed under the consent agenda will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a request is made prior to the time the Council members vote on the motion.

1. Motion approving payment of claims

2. Motion approving Minutes of Regular Meeting of May 23, 2017

3. Motion approving certification of civil service applicants (Click here for more information)

4. Motion approving Report of Contract Change Orders for May 16-31, 2017 (Click here for more information)

5. Motion approving renewal of the following Beer Permits, Wine Permits, and Liquor Licenses: (Click here for more information)

a. Class A Liquor & Outdoor Service – Green Hills Residents’ Association, 2200 Hamilton Drive, #100
b. Class E Liquor, C Beer, & B Wine – AJ’s Liquor, 4518 Mortensen Road, #109
c. Class E Liquor, C Beer, & B Wine – Kum & Go #200, 4510 Mortensen Road
d. Class E Liquor, C Beer, & B Wine – Kum & Go #214, 111 Duff Avenue
e. Class E Liquor, C Beer, & B Wine – Kum & Go #215, 4506 Lincoln Way
f. Class E Liquor, C Beer, & B Wine – Kum & Go #216, 203 Welch Avenue
g. Class E Liquor, C Beer, & B Native Wine – Casey’s General Store #2560, 3020 S. Duff Avenue
h. Special Class C Liquor – Hickory Park Restaurant Co., 1404 S. Duff Avenue
i. Class E Liquor – MMDG Spirits, 126A Welch Avenue
j. Class C Liquor & Catering Privilege – Texas Roadhouse, 519 S. Duff Avenue

6. Motion approving Outdoor Service Privilege for Bar la Tosca, 400 Main Street (Click here for more information)

7. Motion approving new Class C Liquor License & Outdoor Service for Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom, 1610 S. Kellogg Avenue (Click here for more information)

8. Motion approving new Special Class C Liquor License, Class B Wine Permit, & Outdoor Service for Wheatsfield Cooperative, 413 Northwestern Avenue (Click here for more information)

9. Resolution adopting 2017/18 New and Revised Fees (Click here for more information)

10. Resolution approving Pay Plan for 2017/18 (Click here for more information)

11. Resolution approving proposal from National Insurance Services for continuing the current Group Life and Long-Term Disability policies for a three-year period (July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2020) (Click here for more information)

12. Resolution approving appointment of Council Member Tim Gartin to Ames Economic Development Commission Board of Directors (Click here for more information)

13. Resolution approving City’s Appointments to Campus and Community Commission (Click here for more information)

**Additional Item: Resolution approving Heartland Senior Services to sublease office space to Bethany Life in connection with City’s Lease Agreement for 205 South Walnut Avenue (Click here for more information)

14. Requests for Midnight Madness on July 8-9, 2017: (Click here for more information)

a. Motion approving blanket Temporary Obstruction Permit and blanket Vending License for closed area
b. Motion approving 5-day (July 8-12) Class B Beer Permit & Outdoor Service Area in City Hall Parking Lot N
c. Motion approving tapping of up to seven kegs at once during post-race party with maximum of 20 kegs total during the evening
d. Resolution approving closure of portions of 5th Street, Douglas Avenue, 10th Street, Clark Avenue, Main Street, Northwestern Avenue, 9th Street, Ridgewood Avenue, and 6th Street; Burnett Avenue and Kellogg Avenue, from 5th Street to 10th Street; 6th Street, 7th Street, 8th Street, and 9th Street, from Clark Avenue to Douglas Avenue; Park Way and City Hall Parking Lot N
e. Resolution approving suspension of parking regulations and enforcement from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 8
f. Resolution approving waiver of fees for blanket Vending License and usage of electricity

15. Engineering Services for Traffic Signal Design at Various Locations: (Click here for more information)

a. Resolution waiving Purchasing Policies that require competitive written proposals
b. Resolution approving selection of WHKS & Co. to perform design for the 2016/17 Traffic Signal Program (6th Street & Hazel/Brookridge), 2017/18 Traffic Signal Program (E. 13th Street & Dayton Avenue), and 2017/18 Traffic Signal Program (E. 13th Street & I-35 Northbound Off-Ramp)
c. Motion authorizing the Public Works Director to negotiate and approve the final contract with WHKS & Co.

16. Resolution awarding Professional Services Contract to Burns & McDonnell of Chesterfield, Missouri, for Fire Risk Mitigation for Power Plant in an amount not to exceed $50,000 (Click here for more information)

17. Resolution rescinding CDBG Public Facilities Improvement Grant award to Youth & Shelter Services (Click here for more information)

18. Resolution approving Addendum No. 3 to Professional Services Agreement for Construction Services for 2015/16 Airport Improvements (Terminal Building) (Click here for more information)

19. Resolution waiving purchasing policy requirement for formal bidding procedures and awarding three-year contract to Emerson Process Management Power & Water Solutions, Inc., of Tinley Park, Illinois, for SureService Contract for Power Plant Control System in the amount of $158,012 (Click here for more information)

20. Resolution waiving purchasing policy requirement for formal bidding procedures and awarding sole source contract to Open Systems International, Inc., of Medina, Minnesota, for Monarch Diamond Support for SCADA in the amount of $100,998 (Click here for more information)

21. Resolution authorizing single source procurement and approving Agreement with Bluworld of Water, LLC, of Orlando, FL, to construct and ship Water Feature at New Water Treatment Plant (Click here for more information)

22. Resolution awarding contract for Specialized Wet Dry Vacuum, Hydro Blast, and Related Cleaning Services for Power Plant to Harbors Environmental Services, Inc., of Des Moines, Iowa, in an amount not to exceed $85,000 (Click here for more information)

23. Resolution awarding contract for Upfitting of Two Tandem Chassis Dump Trucks for Public Works Department, Street Maintenance Division, to Aspen Equipment of Ankeny, Iowa, in the amount of $214,782 for base bid, Option #1 for 10' Underbody Snow Plow, and Option #2 for 14' Material Spreader (Click here for more information)

24. Resolution approving contract renewal for purchase of Electric Meters from Fletcher-Reinhardt Co., of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in accordance with unit prices bid (Click here for more information)

DELETED ITEM: 25. Resolution approving contract renewal for Boiler Tube Spray Coating and Related Services and Supplies for Power Plant with Integrated Global Services, Inc., of Richmond, Virginia, in an amount not to exceed $300,000

26. Resolution approving contract and bond for 2015/16 West Lincoln Way Intersection Improvements (Franklin Avenue) (Click here for more information)

27. Resolution approving contract and bond for Water Treatment Plant Five-Year Well Rehabilitation Project (Click here for more information)

28. Resolution approving contract and bond for Water Pollution Control Facility Structural Rehabilitation Project (Click here for more information)

29. Resolution approving contract and bond for Scaffolding and Related Services and Supplies for Power Plant (Click here for more information)

30. Resolution approving contract and bond for 2017/18 Pavement Restoration Program - Contract 1: Concrete Joint Repair Program (Click here for more information)

31. Resolution approving Change Order No. 1 for Underground Trenching Secondary Contract for Electric Services with Communication Technologies (Click here for more information)

32. Resolution approving Change Order No. 2 for Electrician Services for Power Plant with The Baker Group (Click here for more information)

33. Resolution approving partial completion of public improvements and reducing security for Crane Farm Subdivision (Click here for more information)

34. Resolution accepting completion of Power Plant Fuel Conversion - Mechanical Installation General Work (Click here for more information)

35. Resolution accepting completion of 2015/16 Bridge Rehabilitation Program (6th Street Bridge over Squaw Creek) (Click here for more information)

36. Resolution accepting completion of 2016/17 Cemetery Water Service Line Replacement (Click here for more information)

37. Resolution accepting completion of Furman Aquatics Center Water Slide Restoration Project (Click here for more information)

38. Resolution approving Plat of Survey for 1428 and 1506 Boston Avenue (Click here for more information)

PUBLIC FORUM: This is a time set aside for comments from the public on topics of City business other than those listed on this agenda. Please understand that the Council will not take any action on your comments at this meeting due to requirements of the Open Meetings Law, but may do so at a future meeting. The Mayor and City Council welcome comments from the public; however, at no time is it appropriate to use profane, obscene, or slanderous language. The Mayor may limit each speaker to five minutes.

ADMINISTRATION:

39. Ames Economic Development Commission:

a. Presentation of Annual Report (Click here for more information)
b. Resolution approving 2017/18 Agreement (Click here for more information)

40. Progress Report from Sustainability Coordinator regarding FY 2016-17 activities: (Click here for more information)

a. Motion accepting Report
b. Resolution approving Contract with Iowa State University for Sustainability Advisory Services from July 1, 2017, through June 30, 2018, in an amount not to exceed $25,000

41. Resolution reaffirming June 12, 2007, Resolution Approving U. S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement (Click here for more information)

PLANNING & HOUSING:

42. Staff Report on Request For Proposal for 321 State Avenue (Affordable Housing): (Click here for more information)

a. Motion providing direction to staff

43. Urban Renewal Area for Barilla: (Click here for more information)

a. Motion directing staff to forward the Draft Urban Renewal Plan to Planning and Zoning Commission
b. Motion appointing Planning and Housing Director as City’s representative to the consultation with affected taxing entities
c. Resolution setting date of public hearing for July 11, 2017

HEARINGS:

44. Hearing on rezoning of property at 398 South 500th Avenue (Collegiate Ames Subdivision) from Agricultural (A) to Planned Residence District (F-PRD): (Click here for more information)

a. Motion to continue hearing to June 27, 2017

45. Hearing on proposed zoning text amendment to allow dwelling houses in Planned Residence District: (Click here for more information)

a. Motion to continue hearing to June 27, 2017

46. Hearing on Major Site Development Plan for 398 South 500th Avenue: (Click here for more information)

a. Motion to continue hearing to June 27, 2017

47. Hearing on Proposed 2017/18 Community Development Block Grant Annual Action Plan (continued from May 9, 2017): (Click here for more information)

a. Motion to continue hearing to June 27, 2017

48. Hearing on proposed vacation of easement for public bike path within Ames Middle School: (Click here for more information)

a. Resolution approving vacation of easement

ORDINANCES:

49. First passage of ordinance to add language to allow signage on RH properties with mixed uses (Click here for more information)

50. First passage of ordinance prohibiting parking on portions of 24th Street and Broadmoor Avenue (Click here for more information)

51. Second passage of ordinance making zoning text amendments to add definitions of “preexisting” and “two-family” dwelling, if pre-existing”

52. Second passage of ordinance making zoning text amendments to revise site landscape requirements for all uses (Click here for more information)

53. Second passages of ordinances adopting, by reference, of 2015 Editions of International Building, Residential, Fire, Existing Building, Mechanical, and Fuel Gas Codes; and Uniform Plumbing Code, with local edits (Municipal Code Chapters 5 and 8) [Third reading and adoption requested]

54. Second passage of Storm Water Utility Rates Ordinance

55. Second passage of Electric Rate Ordinance

56. Second passage of revised Fireworks Ordinance under Municipal Code Chapter 17.6

57. Third passage of ORDINANCE NO. 4306 rezoning property at 3505 South Duff Avenue from Agricultural (A) to Highway-Oriented Commercial (HOC)

58. Third passage of ORDINANCE NO. 4307 pertaining to on-street parking in Neighborhood Commercial Zoning District

59. Third passage of ORDINANCE NO. 4308 pertaining to building height and roof design for mini-storage warehouse facilities in Highway-Oriented Commercial Zoning District

COUNCIL COMMENTS:

**Additional Item: CLOSED SESSION:
Motion to hold Closed Session as provided by Section 21.5(1)c, Code of Iowa, to discuss matters presently in or threatened to be in litigation 

ADJOURNMENT:

*Please note that this Agenda may be changed up to 24 hours before the meeting time as provided by Section 21.4(2), Code of Iowa.