City Council - May 8, 2018

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*AMENDED*

AGENDA
JOINT MEETING OF THE AMES HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION
AND AMES CITY COUNCIL AND
REGULAR MEETING OF THE AMES CITY COUNCIL
COUNCIL CHAMBERS - CITY HALL - 515 CLARK AVENUE

MAY 8, 2018

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(Just ADDED: 53b)

CALL TO ORDER: 6:00 PM

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

1. Presentation of Annual Report:

a. Discussion and direction to Commission

ADJOURNMENT:

REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING*
*The Regular City Council Meeting will immediately follow the Joint Meeting of the Ames
Human Relations Commission and Ames City Council.

PROCLAMATIONS:

1. Proclamation for “Peace Officers’ Memorial Day,” May 15, 2018

2. Proclamation for “Economic Development Week,” May 7 - 15, 2018

3. Proclamation for “Choral Music Week,” May 13 - 20, 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.

4. Motion approving payment of claims

5. Motion approving Minutes of Special Meeting of April 17, 2018, and Minutes of Regular Meeting of April 24, 2018

6. Motion approving Report of Contract Change Orders for April 16-30, 2018

7. Motion approving certification of Civil Service applicants

8. Motion approving 5-day (May 27-31) Class C Liquor License for Gateway Hotel & Conference Center at the ISU Alumni Center, 420 Beach Avenue

9. Motion approving 5-day (May 19-23) Class C Liquor License for McFly’s at 429 Alumni Lane

10. Motion approving new Class C Liquor License for Cinemark Movies 12, 1317 Buckeye Avenue

11. Motion approving new Class E Liquor, C Beer & B Wine for Fareway Meat Market #189, 3720 Lincoln Way

12. Motion approving new Special Class C Liquor License for Creative Spirits Ames, 4820 Mortensen Road

13. Motion approving ownership change for Class E Liquor, C Beer & B Wine for Fareway Stores, Inc. #386, 619 Burnett Avenue

14. Motion approving ownership change for Class E Liquor, C Beer & B Wine for Fareway Stores, Inc. #093, 3619 Stange Road

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

a. Class E Liquor, C Beer & B Wine – Walgreen’s #12108, 2719 Grand Avenue
b. Class B Beer – Jeff’s Pizza Shop, 2402 Lincoln Way
c. Class C Liquor & Catering – Mother’s Pub, 2900 West Street
d. Class C Liquor & Outdoor Service – Bar La Tosca, 400 Main Street
e. Class C Beer & B Wine – Tobacco Outlet Plus #530, 204 S. Duff Ave.
f. Special Class C Liquor – Octagon Center for the Arts, 427 Douglas Ave.

16. Motion directing City Attorney to draft ordinance changing the name of Lincoln Highway, from Interstate 35 east to 590th Avenue, to East Lincoln Way; the name of 566th Avenue to Fleming Avenue; the name of 580th Avenue to Teller Avenue and South Teller Avenue; and the name of 590th Avenue to Potter Avenue

17. Motion directing the City Attorney to draft an ordinance establishing speed limits on Lincoln Highway (East Lincoln Way) from Interstate 35 east to the east corporate limits; on 566th Avenue (Fleming Avenue); on 580th Avenue (Teller Avenue and South Teller Avenue); and on 590th Avenue (Potter Avenue)

18. Requests from Campustown Action Association for Summerfest on June 2:

a. Motion approving blanket Temporary Obstruction Permit and blanket Vending License for the closed area
b. Motion approving 5-day (June 2-6) Class B Beer Permit & Outdoor Service for the closed area
c. Resolution approving closure of 200 block of Welch Avenue and Chamberlain Street from Welch Avenue to the exit of Chamberlain Lot Y between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.
d. Resolution approving closure of parking spaces in 200 block of Welch Avenue, on Chamberlain Street between Welch Avenue and the Chamberlain Lot Y exit, Welch Lot T, and Chamberlain Lot Y between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.
e. Resolution approving waiver of parking meter fees and enforcement, usage and waiver of electrical fees, usage and waiver of water fees, and waiver of fee for blanket Vending License for event

19. Resolution approving appointment of ex officio student liaison to City Council

20. Resolution approving appointment of Rachel Norem to fill vacancy on Property Maintenance Appeals Board

21. Resolution designating community leaders/members to serve as designees and alternate designees to Story County Economic Development Group

22. Resolution approving request from ChildServe to modify its FY 2017/18 ASSET Contract to transfer $1,842 from Day-Care Children Program to Day-Care Infant Program

23. Resolution setting May 22, 2018, as date of public hearing to vacate an Electrical Easement at 404 S. 4th Street

24. Resolution setting May 22, 2018, as date of public hearing to vacate Electrical and Sanitary Sewer Easements at 530 SE 16th Street and 900 SE 16th Street

25. Resolution setting May 22, 2018, as date of public hearing on the sale of a vacated alley generally located adjacent to 315 South Second Street (abutting the west lot line of Lot &, Block 3, Black’s Second Addition)

*ITEM DELETED* 26. Resolution approving 2018 Airport Master Plan

27. Resolution approving Airport Planning Services Contract for Master Plan Update with Coffman Associates of Lees Summit, Missouri, in the amount of $318,500

28. Resolution approving the suspension of parking regulations along the south side of the 100 and 200 blocks of Crystal Street from 8:00 a.m. on July 24 through 11:00 a.m. on July 25 for the Mucky Duck RAGBRAI event

29. Requests for RAGBRAI Route:

a. Resolution approving traffic control plans for RAGBRAI route
b. Resolution approving closure of portions of Mortensen Road, Dotson Drive, and Seagrave Boulevard from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 24
c. Resolution approving closure of South 4th Street (Beach Avenue to University Boulevard) from 6:00 p.m. on Monday, July 23, through 10:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 24
d. Resolution approving closure of 6th Street (University Boulevard to Brookridge Avenue) from 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday, July 24, through 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 25

30. Resolution approving preliminary plans and specifications for WPC Primary Clarifier Drive Replacement Project; setting June 13, 2018, as the bid due date and June 26, 2018, as the date of public hearing

31. Resolution awarding contract for Year 1 of the 5-Year Lime Sludge Disposal Contract to Wulfekuhle Injection and Pumping, Inc., of New Vienna, Iowa, in the amount of $381,900

32. Resolution awarding contract for Year 2 of the 5-Year Well Rehabilitation Contract to Northway Well and Pump Company of Waukee, Iowa, in the amount of $79,400

33. Resolution awarding contract to Independent Salt Company of Kanopolis, Kansas, for purchase of Rock Salt for 2018/19 Ice Control Program for the Public Works Department in the amount of $74.09 per ton

34. Resolution awarding contract to Graymont Western Lime, Inc., of West Bend, Wisconsin, for Pebble Lime for Water Treatment Plant in the amount of $160 per ton

35. Resolution approving contract for Year 1 with Reliable Maintenance Company of Des Moines and Ames, Iowa for City Hall Cleaning in the amount of $53,028.64.

36. Newspaper digitization services at the Ames Public Library:

a. Resolution approving waiver of Purchasing Policies and Procedures to award a sole-source contract
b. Resolution approving contract with Advantage Preservation of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in the amount of $67,650

37. Resolution approving contract and bond for Furnishing 69kV SF6 Circuit Breakers for Top-O-Hollow Substation Expansion

38. Resolution approving contract and bond for Furnishing 13.8kV Capacitor Bank for Top-O-Hollow Substation Expansion

39. Resolution approving contract and bond for 2017/18 Collector Street Improvements (Meadowlane Avenue)

40. Resolution approving contract and bond for 2016/17 Concrete Pavement Improvements (Dawes Drive)

41. Resolution approving contract and bond for 2017/18 Seal Coat Street Improvements

42. Resolution approving contract and bond for Brookside Park Pathway Lighting Project

43. Resolution approving Change Order to SCS Engineers of Clive, Iowa, for Ames Steam Electric Plant’s “inactive” Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) Surface Impoundment in the amount of $122,780 to comply with U. S. EPA’s CCR Standard

44. Resolution approving Change Order with River Restoration to add construction phase engineering services for Low-Head Dam project

45. Resolution approving Contract Extension with Nationwide Office Care of Clive, Iowa, for custodial services at the Ames Public Library in the amount of $94,100.86

46. Resolution approving Plat of Survey for 1613 S. Dayton Place

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:

47. Second passage of ordinance setting the rental concentration cap*

*Public input will be allowed, but will be limited to those who have not previously addressed the Council regarding this topic and will be limited to no more than two minutes per person.

48. First passage of Downtown/Gateway Zoning District Ordinance

49. Third passage and adoption of ORDINANCE 4349 regarding building height and architectural design guidelines for accessory structures in Research Park Innovation District

50. Third passage and adoption of ORDINANCE 4350 relating to RAGBRAI events on July 23 - 25, 2018

51. Third passage and adoption of ORDINANCE 4351 increasing water rates by 3.5% and sewer rates by 3% effective for bills on or after July 1, 2018

52. Third passage and adoption of ORDINANCE 4352 establishing parking regulations on Crane Avenue

HEARINGS:

53. Hearing on zoning text amendment relating to installation of public art in setbacks (Continued from April 10, 2018):

a. First passage of ordinance
b. Motion approving process for approval of public artwork to be placed in setbacks (ATTACHMENT JUST ADDED)

54. Hearing on amendment of Major Site Development Plan for 3305 (Lot 6) and 3315 (Lot 7) Aurora Avenue (Continued from April 24, 2018):

a. Resolution approving Major Site Development Plan Amendment

55. Hearing on Urban Revitalization Plan for 415 Stanton Avenue:

a. Resolution approving the Plan
b. First passage of ordinance establishing the 415 Stanton Avenue Urban Revitalization Area

56. Hearing on rezoning of land adjacent to 3311 East Lincoln Way from Agricultural (A) to Planned Industrial (PI):

a. First passage of ordinance (Second and third passages and adoption requested)
b. Resolution approving Plat of Survey for 3303 and 3311 E. Lincoln Way

57. Hearing on rezoning of 3507 South Duff Avenue from Highway-Oriented Commercial (HOC) to Agricultural (A):

a. First passage of ordinance

58. Hearing on Continuous Emissions Monitoring System Replacement for Electric Services:

a. Motion accepting report of bids and delaying award of contract

59. Hearing on Top-O-Hollow Substation Expansion:

a. Resolution approving final plans and specifications and awarding contract to Primoris Aevenia, Inc., of Johnston, Iowa, in the amount of $1,511,291.16

60. Hearing on Proposed 2018/19 Community Development Block Grant Annual Action Plan:

a. Motion to continue hearing until July 31, 2018

PLANNING & HOUSING:

61. Motion directing Housing Coordinator to draft amendment to 2014-18 CDBG Consolidated Plan

62. Resolution approving Ames Urban Fringe Plan Map Amendment for 200, 585, and 600 Timber Creek Drive and 3935 South U. S. Highway 69

63. Resolution approving Preliminary Plat for ISU Research Park Subdivision, Phase III, Third Addition

ADMINISTRATION:

64. Bicycle riding on hard-surfaced pathways in Brookside Park:

a. First passage of ordinance modifying Section 19.12 of Municipal Code to allow bike-riding on hard-surfaced pathways in Brookside Park
b. Resolution suspending enforcement of Section 19.12 with respect to the hard-surfaced pathways in Brookside Park only, on May 12, 2018, to facilitate the Mayor and Council’s Bike Ride

DISPOSITION OF COMMUNICATIONS TO 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.