City Council - May 23, 2017

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AGENDA
JOINT MEETING OF THE AMES CITY COUNCIL AND AMES HUMAN RELATIONS
COMMISSION, 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

MAY 23, 2017

(Click here to download agenda and items through 36)
(Click here to download items 37-52)

JOINT MEETING OF THE AMES CITY COUNCIL
AND THE AMES HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION

CALL TO ORDER: 5:30 p.m.

1. Presentation of Ames Human Relations Commission Annual Report: (Click here for more information)

a. Discussion of Report
b. Discussion of request from Commission regarding Municipal Equality Index (Click here for more information)
c. Discussion of “Safety Community Resolution” (Click here for more information)

ADJOURNMENT:

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

*The AAMPO Meeting will immediately follow the Joint Meeting of the Ames City Council and the
Ames Human Relations Commission.

1. Hearing on FY 2018 Transportation Planning Work Program (TPWP): (Click here for more information)

a. Motion approving Final FY 2018 TPWP

2. Motion approving Draft FY 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program and setting July 11, 2017, as date of public hearing (Click here for more information)

3. Motion approving amendment to AAMPO 2015-2019 Passenger Transportation Plan and setting June 13, 2017, as date of public hearing (Click here for more information)

4. Motion approving amendments to FY 2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program and setting June 13, 2017, as date of public hearing (Click here for more information)

5. Motion approving Transit Asset Management (TAM) Performance Targets (Click here for more information)

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.

PROCLAMATION AND PRESENTATION:

1. Proclamation for “Preeclampsia Awareness Month,” May 2017

2. Presentation of SolSmart Silver Award

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.

3. Motion approving payment of claims

4. Motion approving Minutes of Regular Meeting of May 9, 2017, and Special Meeting of May 16, 2017

5. Motion approving Report of Contract Change Orders for May 1-15, 2017 (Click here for more information)

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

a. Class B Liquor – Gateway Hotel & Conference, 2100 Green Hills Drive
b. Class C Liquor – Old Chicago, 1610 S. Kellogg Avenue
c. Class C Liquor – Fuji Japanese Steakhouse, 1614 S. Kellogg Avenue
d. Class C Liquor & B Wine – Della Viti, 323 Main Street, #102
e. Class C Liquor – The Sports Page Bar & Grill, 3720 Lincoln Way

7. Motion approving Outdoor Service Privilege for Della Viti, 323 Main Street #102 (Click here for more information)

8. Motion approving 5-day (June 17 - 21) Special Class C Liquor License for Olde Main at ISU Alumni Center, 420 Beach Avenue (Click here for more information)

9. Motion approving 5-day (June 24 - 28) Special Class C Liquor License for Olde Main at ISU Alumni Center, 420 Beach Avenue (Click here for more information)

10. Motion approving 5-day (June 3 - 7) Special Class C Liquor License for Gateway Market MLK at ISU Alumni Center, 420 Beach Avenue (Click here for more information)

11. Motion approving new Class B Beer Permit & Outdoor Service for Grandpa Noodle Gallery, 926 S. 16th Street (Click here for more information)

12. Motion approving Encroachment Permit for a sign at 3500 University Boulevard (ISU Research Park) (Click here for more information)

13. Motion approving Encroachment Permit for an entrance sign at 1111 Duff (Mary Greeley Medical Center) (Click here for more information)

14. Requests from Iowa State Running Club for Mile on Main Street on September 16: (Click here for more information)

a. Motion approving blanket Temporary Obstruction Permit for the closed area
b. Resolution approving closure of Burnett Avenue from Main Street to 11th Street; Clark Avenue from 8th Street to 11th Street; and 8th Street, 9th Street, 10th Street, and 11th Street from Clark Avenue to Burnett Avenue, from 8:45 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
c. Resolution approving closure of 21 metered parking spaces on Burnett Avenue and waiver of fees
d. Resolution approving the use of Tom Evans Plaza from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

15. Requests from Main Street Cultural District for Summer Sidewalk Sales on July 27-29: (Click here for more information)

a. Motion approving blanket Temporary Obstruction Permit and blanket Vending License for the Central Business District
b. Resolution approving suspension of parking regulations in Central Business District from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 29
c. Resolution approving waiver of parking meter fees and fee for blanket Vending License

16. Requests from Main Street Cultural District for Firefly Country Nights: (Click here for more information)

a. Friday, July 14:

i. Motion approving 5-day (July 14 - 18) Class B Beer Permit & Outdoor Service for Main Street Cultural District at Bandshell Park, 6th Street and Duff Avenue
ii. Resolution approving closure of E. 5th Street between Duff Avenue and Carroll Avenue from 6:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m.
iii. Resolution approving closure of on-street parking spaces within the closed area

b. Friday, July 14 Back-Up Location:

i. Motion rescinding approval of blanket Temporary Obstruction Permit and blanket Vending License granted to London Underground
ii. Motion approving blanket Temporary Obstruction Permit and blanket Vending License to Main Street Cultural District
iii. Resolution rescinding Resolution No. 17-106 approving closure of Main Street between Kellogg Avenue and Douglas Avenue from 6:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. granted to London Underground
iv. Resolution approving closure of Main Street between Kellogg Avenue and Douglas Avenue from 6:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. for Main Street Cultural District
v. Resolution rescinding Resolution No. 17-107 approving closure of 45 metered parking spaces within the closed area granted to London Underground
vi. Resolution approving closure of 45 metered parking spaces within the closed area for Main Street Cultural District
vii. Resolution approving waiver of 45 parking meter fees and fee for blanket Vending License for Main Street Cultural District

c. Friday, September 8:

i. Motion rescinding approval of blanket Temporary Obstruction Permit and blanket Vending License granted to London Underground
ii. Motion approving blanket Temporary Obstruction Permit and blanket Vending License for the closed area for Main Street Cultural District
iii. Motion approving 5-day (Sept. 8 - 12) Class B Beer Permit & Outdoor Service for Main Street Cultural District for 400 block of Douglas Avenue
iv. Resolution rescinding Resolution No. 17-119 approving closure of Main Street between Kellogg Avenue and Douglas Avenue from 6:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. granted to London Underground
v. Resolution approving closure of Douglas Avenue between Main Street and 5th Street from 6:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. for Main Street Cultural District
vi. Resolution rescinding Resolution No. 17-120 approving closure of 45 metered parking spaces within the closed area granted to London Underground
vii. Resolution approving closure of 12 metered parking spaces within the closed area for Main Street Cultural District
viii. Resolution approving waiver of parking meter fees and fee for blanket Vending License for Main Street Cultural District

17. Requests from Main Street Cultural District for Ames Grand Prix Sidewalk Sales on June 10: (Click here for more information)

a. Motion approving blanket Temporary Obstruction Permit and blanket Vending License for the Central Business District from 1:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
b. Resolution approving waiver of fee for blanket Vending License

18. Requests from Ames Patriotic Council for Memorial Day Parade on May 29: (Click here for more information)

a. Motion approving blanket Temporary Obstruction Permit for the closed area
b. Resolution approving closure of Pearle Avenue and 5th Street from east of Pearle Avenue through the Clark Avenue intersection from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. for parade line-up
c. Resolution approving temporary closure of Clark Avenue from 5th Street to 9th Street from 10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. for movement of the parade
d. Resolution approving temporary closure of 9th Street between Clark Avenue and Maxwell Avenue from 10:45 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. for movement of the parade
e. Resolution approving temporary closure of 6th Street at Clark Avenue and Duff Avenue at 9th Street, as the parade moves through those intersections

19. Ames Foundation Grant: (Click here for more information)

a. Motion authorizing Police Department to seek reimbursement from Ames Foundation for expenses associated with the purchase of Ballistic Plates and Community Policing training

20. Resolution approving revisions to City of Ames addressing guidelines (Click here for more information)

21. Program #1 - Water Service Transfer: (Click here for more information)

a. Resolution approving reimbursement to property owner at 818-8th Street for project unit cost for a Type B water service in the amount of $3,500

22. Resolution approving extension to the Palmer Group Employment Services Agreement in an amount not-to-exceed $80,000 (Click here for more information)

23. Resolution approving extension of the Purchase Agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Central Iowa for the property at 306 Wellons Drive (Click here for more information)

24. Resolution approving one-year lease extension for Welch Parking Lot T, 209 Welch Avenue (Click here for more information)

25. Resolution proposing vacation of Bike Path Easement at Ames Middle School and setting date of public hearing for June 13 (Click here for more information)

26. Resolution awarding annual Software Services Agreement for MISO Market Participant Services to MCG Energy Solutions, LLC, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the amount of $123,600 for Electric Services Department (Click here for more information)

27. Resolution approving contract for rights to sell advertising on CyRide buses to Houck Transit Advertising of Shoreview, Minnesota (Click here for more information)

28. Resolution approving purchase of four Police Patrol Units from Ames Ford Lincoln in the total amount of $109,440 (Click here for more information)

29. 2015/16 West Lincoln Way Improvements (Franklin Avenue): (Click here for more information)

a. Resolution approving Purchase Agreement with KAH I, LLC
b. Resolution approving Purchase Agreement with Iowa Ice Company, LLC
c. Resolution approving Purchase Agreement with TOMCO, LLC
d. Resolution approving Purchase Agreement with Stonebrook Community Church, Ames, IA
e. Resolution approving Purchase Agreement with Dotson Family Trust - A
f. Resolution approving Purchase Agreement with TOMCO Partnership
g. Resolution approving Purchase Agreement with First National Bank
h. Resolution approving Purchase Agreement with Marcia M. Barber, and Jolene R. Beveridge and Richard D. Beveridge
i. Resolution approving Purchase Agreement with Clinic Building Company, Inc.
j. Resolution approving Purchase Agreement with Lincoln Park Co-Op, Inc.
k. Resolution awarding contract to Con-Struct, Inc., of Ames, Iowa, in the amount of
$1,797,793

30. Resolution approving preliminary plans and specifications for Valve Maintenance, Related Services and Supplies for Power Plant; setting June 8, 2017, as bid due date and July 11, 2017, as the date of public hearing (Click here for more information)

31. Resolution approving contract and bond for 2016/17 Cemetery Lane Improvements (Click here for more information)

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

33. Resolution accepting completion of 2015/16 Clear Water Diversion Program (Duff Avenue, East 9th Street, McDonald Drive) (Click here for more information)

34. Water Pollution Control Biosolids Disposal Operations: (Click here for more information)

a. Resolution accepting completion of Year 1 Contract with NutriJect Systems, Inc.
b. Resolution approving renewal of contract with NutriJect Systems, Inc., for Year 2

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

36. Resolution approving Plat of Survey for 2710 and 2714 White Oak Circle (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.

PARKS & RECREATION:

37. Miracle Field and Inclusive Playground:

a. Resolution approving design (Click here for more information)
b. Discussion of parking regulations for 24th Street and Broadmoor Avenue (Click here for more information)

38. Motion providing guidance to staff regarding Healthy Life Center Planning Study Request for Proposals (Click here for more information)

PLANNING & HOUSING:

39. Staff Report pertaining to request for amendment to Depot Development Agreement (Click here for more information)

HEARINGS:

40. Hearing on Major Site Development Plan for 5400 Mortensen Road: (Click here for more information)

a. Resolution approving Plan with landscaped common area to be located on Outlot A of Crane Farm Subdivision, First Addition

41. Hearing on Major Site Development Plan for 600 South Maple Avenue: (Click here for more information)

a. Resolution approving Plan to construct new monopole cell tower on City-owned land

42. Hearing on Zoning Text Amendments for definitions of “pre-existing” and “two-family dwelling, if pre-existing:” (Click here for more information)

a. First passage of ordinance

43. Hearing on Zoning Text Amendments to revise site landscape requirements for all uses: (Click here for more information)

a. First passage of ordinance

44. Hearing on Final Amendments to Fiscal Year 2016/17 Budget: (Click here for more information)

a. Resolution amending current budget for Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2017

45. Hearing on adoption, by reference, of 2015 Editions of International Building, Residential, Fire, Existing Building, Mechanical, and Fuel Gas Codes; and Uniform Plumbing Code, with local edits: (Click here for more information)

a. First passage of ordinance pertaining to Municipal Code Chapter 5
b. First passage of ordinance pertaining to Municipal Code Chapter 8

46. Hearing on Water Pollution Control Facility Structural Rehabilitation Project, Phase 1: (Click here for more information)

a. Resolution approving final plans and specifications and awarding contract to Western Specialty Contractors of Des Moines, Iowa, in the amount of $419,000

47. Hearing on Water Pollution Control Primary Clarifier Blasting/Coating: (Click here for more information)

a. Resolution approving final plans and specifications and awarding contract to Mongan Painting Co., of Cherokee, Iowa, in the amount of $538,431

48. Hearing on Specialized Wet Dry Vacuum, Hydro Blast, and Related Cleaning Services for Power Plant: (Click here for more information)

a. Motion accepting report of bids and delaying award

49. Hearing on Scaffolding and Related Services and Supplies for Power Plant: (Click here for more information)

a. Resolution approving final plans and specifications and awarding contract to All American Scaffold of Des Moines, Iowa, in an amount not to exceed $75,000

ORDINANCES:

50. First passage of Storm Water Utility Rates Ordinance (Click here for more information)

51. First passage of Electric Rate Ordinance (Click here for more information)

52. First passage of revised Fireworks Ordinance under Municipal Code Chapter 17.6 (Click here for more information)

53. Second passage of ordinance rezoning property at 3505 South Duff Avenue from Agricultural (A) to Highway-Oriented Commercial (HOC)

54. Second passage of ordinance pertaining to on-street parking in Neighborhood Commercial Zoning District

55. Second passage of ordinance pertaining to building height and roof design for mini-storage warehouse facilities in Highway-Oriented Commercial Zoning District

56. Third passage and adoption of ORDINANCE NO. 4304 assigning recently approved annexed areas (Resolutions No. 16-686 and 17-126) to Wards and Precincts

57. Third passage and adoption of ORDINANCE NO. 4305 increasing compensation for Mayor and City Council

COUNCIL COMMENTS:

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.