City Council - May 22, 2018

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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

MAY 22, 2018

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

CALL TO ORDER: 6:00 p.m.

1. Hearing on Amendment to 2015-2019 Passenger Transportation Plan:

a. Motion approving Amendment to 2015-2019 Passenger Transportation Plan

2. Hearing on Amendment to 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program:

a. Motion approving Amendment to 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program

3. Hearing on Draft FY 2019 Transportation Planning Work Program:

a. Motion approving Final FY 2019 Transportation Planning Work Program

4. Motion approving Draft FY 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program and setting July 10, 2018, as date of public hearing

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:

1. Proclamation for “National Public Works Week,” May 20-26, 2018

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.

2. Motion approving payment of claims

3. Motion approving Minutes of Regular Meeting of May 8, 2018

4. Motion approving Report of Contract Change Orders for May 1-15, 2018

5. Motion approving 5-day (June 13-17) Class C Liquor License for Olde Main at Reiman Gardens, 1407 University Boulevard

6. Motion approving new Class C Liquor License for Cy’s Party Time Lounge, 115 5th Street

7. Motion approving renewal of the following Beer Permits, Wine Permits, and Liquor Licenses:

a. Class B Liquor & Catering – Gateway Hotel & Conference, 2100 Green Hills Drive
b. Class C Liquor – Fuji Japanese Steakhouse, 1614 S. Kellogg Avenue #101
c. Class C Liquor, B Wine, & Outdoor Service – Della Viti, 323 Main Street #102

8. Motion approving request from Iowa State Conference Planning and Management for Fireworks Permit for display from ISU Lots C5-C6 at 9:45 p.m. on Saturday, May 26 for Odyssey of the Mind

9. Resolution accepting Deed from Barbara J. Hanson dedicating right-of-way in the area of 1811 E. Lincoln Way

10. Resolution approving annual changes to ASSET Policies and Procedures

11. Resolution awarding contract to Eide Bailly LLP of Dubuque, Iowa, to audit the City’s financial statements for FY ending June 30, 2018

12. Resolution approving FY 2018/19 Contracts with Human Services agencies (ASSET)

13. Resolution approving FY 2017/18 and 2018/19 Outside Funding contracts

14. Resolution approving FY 2018/19 Commission On The Arts (COTA) Annual Grant contracts

15. Resolution approving revision to 2017/18 COTA Annual Grant Contract for India Cultural Association

16. Resolution approving one-year Lease extension for Welch Avenue Parking Lot T

17. Resolution approving Addendum to Memorandum of Understanding between Iowa State University and the City regarding law enforcement services at University-leased residential property

18. Resolution amending the U-STEP Agreement with Iowa DOT for 2015/16 Traffic Signal Program (University Boulevard & Highway 30 Westbound Off-Ramp)

19. Resolution approving Addendum to Iowa DOT Funding Agreement for 2007/08 Shared Use Path System Expansion (Bloomington to Ada Hayden)

20. Resolution approving preliminary plans and specifications for 2007/08 Shared Use Path System Expansion (Bloomington to Ada Hayden); setting June 19, 2018, as the bid due date and June 26, 2018, as the date of public hearing

21. Resolution approving preliminary plans and specifications for 2017/18 Low-Point Drainage - Ridgetop Road (130' west of Valley View Road); setting June 20, 2018, as bid due date and June 26, 2018, as date of public hearing

22. Resolution approving preliminary plans and specifications for 2016/17 Arterial Street Improvements - West Lincoln Way; setting June 20, 2018, as bid due date and June 26, 2018, as date of public hearing

23. Resolution approving preliminary plans and specifications for 2017/18 S. Duff Avenue Improvements; setting June 6, 2018, as bid due date and June 12, 2018, as the date of public hearing

24. Resolution awarding contract to DPC Industries, Inc., of Bellevue, Nebraska, for Liquid Sodium Hypochlorite for Water Plant and Power Plant in the unit price of $0.94/gallon

25. 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 $102,513

26. Water & Pollution Control (WPC) Biosolids Disposal Operations Contract:

a. Resolution accepting completion of Year 2 Contract by Nutri-Ject System, Inc., of Hudson, Iowa
b. Resolution awarding Year 3 to Nutri-Ject System, Inc., of Hudson, Iowa, in the amount of $52,025

27. Resolution awarding Contract to Atlas Copco Compressors, LLC, of Omaha, Nebraska, for Instrument Air Compressor for Electric Services in the amount of $50,070 (inclusive of Iowa sales tax)

28. Resolution awarding Contract to STI CEMS Services, LLC, of Waldron, Arkansas, for Continuous Emissions Monitoring System Replacement for Electric Services in the amount of $448,135.30 plus applicable sales taxes to be paid by the City of Ames to the State of Iowa

29. Resolution approving contract and bond for Top-O-Hollow Substation Construction

30. Resolution approving renewal of Contract with Wright Tree Services of Des Moines, Iowa, for Electric Distribution Line Clearance Program for period July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2019, at a cost not-to-exceed $317,900

31. Resolution approving renewal of Contract with MCG Energy Solutions, LLC, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, for MISO Market Participant Services for period July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2019, in the amount of $126,690

32. Resolution approving renewal of Contract with ChemTreat, Inc., of Glen Allen, Virginia, for Chemical Treatment Program for Power Plant in an amount not to exceed $282,000

33. Resolution accepting completion of contract with Hooper Corporation of Madison, Wisconsin, for Ames Plant to NE Ankeny 161 kV Transmission Line Iowa DOT Relocation at a total cost of $950,032.43

34. Resolution approving Plat of Survey for 322, 330, 334, 404, and 408 S. 4th Street

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.

ORDINANCES:

35. Rental Housing Concentration Cap:

a. Discussion of hardship options
b. Third passage and adoption of ORDINANCE NO. 4354 setting the rental concentration cap
c. Resolution establishing Concentration Cap boundaries
d. First passage of ordinance revising Chapter 13, Rental Housing Code, to continue Moratorium until July 31, 2018, (Second and third readings and adoption requested), if needed

36. First passage of ordinance approving revision to Municipal Code Section 21.121(2) to allow signs not exceeding 16 square feet to be erected in residentially zoned private parks

37. Second passage of Downtown/Gateway Zoning District Ordinance pertaining to standards

38. Second passage of ordinance relating to installation of public art in setbacks

39. Second passage of ordinance establishing the 415 Stanton Avenue Urban Revitalization Area

40. Second passage of ordinance rezoning 3507 South Duff Avenue from Highway-Oriented Commercial (HOC) to Agricultural (A)

41. Second passage of ordinance modifying Section 19.12 of Municipal Code to allow bike-riding on hard-surfaced pathways in Brookside Park

HEARINGS:

42. Hearing on rezoning properties within the Downtown Gateway Focus Area of the Lincoln Way Corridor Plan from Highway Oriented Commercial (HOC) and Downtown Service Center (DSC) Zoning Districts to Downtown Gateway Commercial Zoning District:

a. First passage of ordinance

43. Hearing on Final Amendments to Fiscal Year 2017/18 Budget:

a. Resolution amending current budget for Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2018

44. Hearing on the vacation of Electrical and Sanitary Sewer Easements at 530 SE 16th Street and 900 SE 16th Street:

a. Resolution vacating two Electric Easements and one Sanitary Sewer Easement at 530 SE 16th Street and 900 SE 16th Street

45. Hearing on the vacation of an Electrical Easement at 404 S. 4th Street:

a. Resolution vacating Electrical Easement at 404 S. 4th Street

46. Hearing on the sale of a vacated alley generally located adjacent to 315 S 2nd Street (abutting the west lot line of Lot 7, Block 3, Black’s Second Addition):

a. Resolution approving sale and conveyance by Quit Claim Deed to 315 S. 2nd Street, L.L.C.

47. Hearing on Electrical Maintenance Services for Power Plant:

a. Resolution approving final plans and specifications and awarding contract to Tri-City Electric Company of Iowa of Davenport, Iowa, in an amount not-to-exceed $135,000

48. Hearing on Specialized Wet Dry Vacuum, Hydro Blast, & Related Cleaning Services for Power Plant:

a. Motion accepting Report of Bids and delaying award of contract

49. Hearing on Motor Repair for Power Plant:

a. Motion accepting Report of Bids and delaying award of contract

PUBLIC WORKS:

50. 1604 Truman Drive:

a. Resolution setting June 12, 2018, as the date of public hearing on request to vacate Right-of-Way adjacent to 1604 Truman Drive
b. Resolution setting July 10, 2018 as the date of public hearing on conveyance of Right-of-Way adjacent to 1604 Truman Drive

DISPOSITION OF COMMUNICATIONS TO COUNCIL:

COUNCIL COMMENTS:

CLOSED SESSION:

51. 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.