AGENDA
PRATTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2017

A PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE AMERICAN FLAG:

INVOCATION:

ROLL CALL:

CALL TO ORDER:

THE CHARACTER TRAIT OF THE MONTH IS RESILIENCE: Recovery from adversity.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES: Public Hearing and City Council Meeting August 15, 2017.

COMMENTS FROM PERSONS PRESENT REGARDING TONIGHT’S AGENDA:

MAYOR’S REPORT:

REPORT FROM COUNCIL ON SPECIAL COMMITTEES:

 CONSENT AGENDA:

1. RESOLUTION: To Authorize the Mayor to have Various Weeded Lots Abated per Title 11, Chapter 67 of the Code of Alabama, 1975, as Amended. (Sponsored By: Councilor Starnes)

2. RESOLUTION: To Declare Various Weeded Lots to be a Public Nuisance, Order Their Abatement and Set a Public Hearing per Title 11, Chapter 67 of the Code of Alabama, 1975, as Amended. (Sponsored By: Councilor Starnes)

3. RESOLUTION: To Surplus One (1) Vehicle from the Police Department. (Sponsored By: Councilor Starnes)

4. RESOLUTION: To Re-Appoint Dennis Mullins to the Prattville Solid Waste Disposal Authority. (Sponsored By: Councilor Boone)

5. RESOLUTION: To Re-Appoint Wayne Mooney to the Prattville Solid Waste Disposal Authority. (Sponsored By: Council President Pro Tempore Brown)

6. RESOLUTION: To Authorize the Mayor to Renew the Regional Training Center Agreement with the Alabama Fire College and Personnel Standards Commission to Host a Regional Training Center at 290 Echlin Blvd. and 350 County Road 4 West. (Sponsored By: Councilor Strichik)

7. RESOLUTION: To Designate Legal Holidays for the City of Prattville for Fiscal Year 2017-2018. (Sponsored By: Council President Striplin)

8. RESOLUTION: To Authorize the City Attorney to File “Weed Liens” on Certain Properties. (Sponsored By: Councilor Starnes)

9. RESOLUTION: To Authorize the City Attorney Affix the Cost of Demolition of the Dilapidated and Unsafe Structure at 419 East 6th Street. (Sponsored By: Councilor Jackson)

10. RESOLUTION: To Authorize the City Attorney Affix the Cost of Demolition of the Dilapidated and Unsafe Structure at 570 East 6th Street. (Sponsored By: Councilor Jackson)

11. RESOLUTION: To Authorize Certain Actions with Respect to General Obligation Sewer Warrants, Series 2017, of the City of Prattville. (Sponsored By: Council President Striplin)

12. RESOLUTION: To Declare the Structure Located at 0 Washington Ferry Road to Be Unsafe and a Public Nuisance. (Sponsored By: Councilor Jackson)

13. RESOLUTION: To Declare the Structure Located at 117 7th Street to Be Unsafe and a Public Nuisance. (Sponsored By: Councilor Jackson)

14. RESOLUTION: To Support Project Showroom. (Sponsored By: Council President Striplin)

AGENDA:

1. RESOLUTION: To Dedicate that Portion of County Road 57/Lower Kingston Road, from Fourth Street to the City Limits, in Honor of Former Autauga County Circuit Court Clerk Fred Posey. (Sponsored By: Council President Striplin)

2. RESOLUTION: To Amend the FY2017 Budget and to Approve a One-Time Lump Sum Payment to City of Prattville Retirees and Beneficiaries of Deceased Retirees under the Provisions of Section 2 of Act 2017-367 at a Cost Not to Exceed $66,832.00. (Sponsored By: Council President Striplin)

3. RESOLUTION: To Amend the FY2017 Budget and to Release Funds to Copeland Security Group, Inc. for the Purchase and Installation of a Video Security System and Intrusion/Fire Equipment for the Public Works Building at a Cost Not to Exceed $9,309.00. (Sponsored By: Council President Pro Tempore Brown)

4. RESOLUTION: To Amend the FY2017 Budget and to Release Funds for Materials and Labor to Place One (1) Decorative Arch Leading into Historic Downtown Prattville at a Cost Not to Exceed $10,000.00. (Sponsored By: Councilor Strichik)

5. RESOLUTION: To Amend the FY2017 Budget and to Release Funds for the Purchase of One (1) Konica/ Minolta Digital Printer/Copier/Scanner from Royal Office Equipment for the
Planning Department in an Amount Not to Exceed $7,519.00. (Sponsored By: Council President Striplin)

6. RESOLUTION: To Amend the FY2017 Budget and to Release Funds to ReconRobotics, Inc. for One (1) Throwbot XT Tactical Robot for the Police Department at a Cost Not to Exceed $14,995.00. (Sponsored By: Councilor Starnes)

7. RESOLUTION: To Authorize the Mayor to Enter into a Planned Service Agreement with Johnson Controls, Inc. to provide HVAC Preventative Maintenance Services for City Facilities through the NJPA Purchasing Cooperative at an Annual Cost Not to Exceed $52,621.00. (Sponsored By: Councilor Jackson)

8. RESOLUTION: To Release Funds for the Purchase of One (1) 2017 Bobcat Model 3400D UTV from Clark Equipment Company d/b/a Bobcat Company through the NJPA Purchasing Cooperative for the Wastewater Division in an Amount Not to Exceed $13,460.00. (Sponsored By: Council President Striplin)

9. ORDINANCE: To Amend the City of Prattville Code of Ordinance, Chapter 66, Article III Sewers and Sewage Disposal, Division 10. Charges and Fees. (Sponsored By: Council President Striplin)

10. ORDINANCE: To Amend the City of Prattville Code of Ordinances, Chapter 42 – Municipal Court, Section 42-3.-Schedule of Fines-Traffic Infractions and Offenses, (c) Additional Court Costs and Section 42-4.-Same-Non-Traffic Offenses, (3) Additional Court Costs. (Sponsored By: Councilor Starnes)

COMMENTS FROM PERSONS PRESENT:

CLOSING COMMENTS:

ADJOURN

The next City Council meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 6:00 p.m

Council Draft Packet with attachmentspdf

 

 



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