Upcoming City Council Agenda For Tuesday

Friday, May 25, 2018

Here is the upcoming City Council agenda for Tuesday:

I. Call to Order.

II. Pledge of Allegiance/Invocation (Chairman Smith).

III. Minute Approval.

IV. Special Presentation.

V. Ordinances – Final Reading: (None)

VI. Ordinances – First Reading:

ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

a. An ordinance amending Ordinance No. 13213, known as “the Fiscal Year 2017-2018
Budget Ordinance” so as to reallocate $15,000.00 from General Funds to Family
Promise to meet the emergency housing needs of displaced individuals experiencing
homelessness and shelter needs for veterans in its program.



FINANCE

b. An ordinance to amend Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 2, Section 2-400
through 2-404; 2-406 through 2-409; 2-411; 2-419; 2-420; and 2-422, relative to the
Fire and Police Pension Fund.

YOUTH AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT

c. An ordinance amending Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 26, Sections 26-26,
26-27, 26-34, and 26-35, relative to fee changes.

VII. Resolutions:

POLICE

a. A resolution authorizing the retirement of K-9 Duco as a service dog.

PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION

Public Works

b. A resolution authorizing the approval of Change Order No. 2 relative to Contract No.
W-15-009-101 with CDM Smith, Inc., MBWWTP Control Room Upgrades, a
Consent Decree Project, for an increased amount of $58,310.00, for a revised contract
amount of $402,845.00. (District 1) (Consent Decree)
Transportation

c. A resolution authorizing property owner, Thomas L. Johnson, to use temporarily the
City-owned property located along the northern side of 1251 Market Street for a
covered patio restaurant seating area, including an awning and a railing encompassing
the seating area, as shown on the maps attached hereto and made a part hereof by
reference, subject to certain conditions. (District 7)

VIII. Purchases.

IX. Other Business.

X. Committee Reports.

XI. Recognition of Persons Wishing to Address the Council on Non-Agenda Matters.

TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 2018
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
6:00 PM

1. Call to Order.

2. Pledge of Allegiance/Invocation (Councilman Ledford).

3. Minute Approval.

4. Special Presentation.

5. Ordinances – Final Reading:

ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

a. An ordinance amending Ordinance No. 13213, known as “the Fiscal Year 2017-2018
Budget Ordinance” so as to reallocate $15,000.00 from General Funds to Family
Promise to meet the emergency housing needs of displaced individuals experiencing
homelessness and shelter needs for veterans in its program.

FINANCE

b. An ordinance to amend Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 2, Section 2-400
through 2-404; 2-406 through 2-409; 2-411; 2-419; 2-420; and 2-422, relative to the
Fire and Police Pension Fund.

YOUTH AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT

c. An ordinance amending Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 26, Sections 26-26,
26-27, 26-34, and 26-35, relative to fee changes.

6. Ordinances – First Reading: (None)

7. Resolutions:

ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

a. A resolution authorizing the Administrator for the Department of Economic and
Community Development to accept, if awarded, the 2018 Building Better
Communities Grant, sponsored by the American Water Charitable Foundation and the
National Recreation and Park Association, to be applied to the East Lake Park
Project, in the amount of $150,000.00.

b. A resolution authorizing the Administrator for the Department of Economic and
Community Development to accept and distribute for Fiscal Years 2013-2019 the
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership Act
Funds (HOME), and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Funds from the U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Program Income, for a
total approximate amount of $3,438,143.00.

FIRE

c. A resolution authorizing the donation of a 1999 Thomas 77 Passenger School Bus to
the Erlanger’s Center for Emergency and Disaster Medicine Services to utilize on
mass fatality incidents or mass hospital evacuations, with an approximate value of
$100,549.88.

HUMAN RESOURCES

d. A resolution authorizing the appointment of Phillip McKenzie, as a special police
officer (unarmed) for the McKamey Animal Center, to do special duty as prescribed
herein, subject to certain conditions.

e. A resolution authorizing the appointment of Welford M. Sydnor, Jr., as a special
police officer (unarmed) for the Land Development Office, do so special duty as
prescribed herein, subject to certain conditions.

f. A resolution authorizing the appointment of John Harris, as a special police officer
(unarmed) for the Department of Economic and Community Development, do so
special duty as prescribed herein, subject to certain conditions.

g. A resolution authorizing the appointment of Joshua Chandler, as a special police
officer (unarmed) for the Department of Economic and Community Development, do
so special duty as prescribed herein, subject to certain conditions.

h. A resolution authorizing Collins and Company to pay an on-the-job injury settlement
to City Employee, Dennis Pedigo (Employee ID# 60441), in the amount of
$49,338.86 for a permanent partial impairment rating in accordance with the City’s
injury on duty policy.

IT

i. A resolution authorizing the Chief Information Officer to renew a contract with AST
Corporation as the provider of Hosting and Professional Services for Oracle E
Business Suite SLA and other technical services to the Department of Information
Technology for the period of one (1) year beginning May 28, 2018 through May 27,
2019, with the option to extend for one (1) additional year, for an amount not to
exceed $1 million per contract year.

j. A resolution authorizing the Chief Information Officer to renew a blanket contract
with BG Staffing (Zycron Information Technology Services and Solutions) as
provider of professional services for the Department of Information Technology, for
the period of one (1) year beginning May 28, 2018 through May 27, 2019, for an
amount not to exceed $1 million per contract year.

PUBLIC WORKS

k. A resolution authorizing the Administrator for the Department of Public Works to
enter into a Third Agreement to Exercise Option to Renew for the Partnership
Agreement with Chattanooga Flying Disc Club, for the renewal term of one (1) year
for the continued use and operation of all present and future disc golf courses at City
public parks and for daily use and tournament play.

8. Purchases.

9. Other Business.

a. Approval of renewal certifications for grocery stores wishing to sell wine:

1. Publix Tennessee, LLC #1460, 400 N. Market Street (District 2)
2. Publix Tennessee, LLC #1166, 5928 Hixson Pike, Suite 112 (District 3)
3. Publix Tennessee, LLC #1165, 8644 E. Brainerd Road (District 4)
4. Publix Tennessee, LLC #1244, 5958 Snow Hill Road, Suite 168 (District 6)

10. Committee Reports.

11. Recognition of Persons Wishing to Address the Council on Non-Agenda Matters.

12. Adjournment.



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