November 13, 2018

I. 2018 LEGISLATIVE AGENDA - GEORGIA MUSICAL TAX CREDIT - ADD ON: Database 'e-CAP ', View 'Pending', Document 'Musical Production State Sales Tax Credit'
II. GMA RECERTIFICATION CITY OF ETHICS PROGRAM: Database 'e-CAP ', View 'Pending', Document 'GMA Recertification City of Ethics Program'
III. FY19 LOCAL GOVERNMENT & IMPROVEMENT GRANT (LMIG): Database 'e-CAP ', View 'Pending', Document 'FY 19 Local Government & Improvement Grant (LMIG)'
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IV. CREEKRISE SUBDIVISION - VARIANCE REQUEST FOR SINGLE ENTRANCE: Database 'e-CAP ', View 'Pending', Document 'Creekrise Subdivision - Variance Request for Single Entrance'

V. PLANFIRST MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT: Database 'e-CAP ', View 'Pending', Document 'PlanFirst Memorandum of Agreement' VI. DONATION FOR RECREATION DIVISION OF PARKS AND RECREATION: Database 'e-CAP ', View 'Pending', Document 'Donation for Recreation Division of Parks and Recreation'
VII. MASTER LEASE AGREEMENT FOR COURT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: Database 'e-CAP ', View 'Pending', Document 'Master Lease Agreement for Court Management System'
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VIII. PURCHASES: Database 'e-CAP ', View 'Pending', Document 'Purchase Authorizations'

Approval is requested of items "A" to "H":

A. Roofing Services at Bull Creek Golf Course Clubhouse
B. Change Order 3 for Public Defender Office (Alternate #2) of the Muscogee County Jail Kitchen Floor Refurbishment Project
C. Agenda & Meeting Management Software
D. Radio Upgrade for Public Safety
E. Electronic Validating Fareboxes
Emergency Purchase – Information Only

On September 27, 2018, the Public Works Department required approval of an emergency purchase for the roof repair at the Historic Linwood Gatehouse.

On June 17, 2018, this building was damaged due to a large tree falling onto the corner of the building during a severe weather event. Engineering, Facilities Maintenance and private contractors have assessed the damage to this building and have established an estimated repair cost of $24,000.00. Due to the building being identified and registered as a historic building, it will require a specialist to restore the structure back to its original state prior to this incident.

Graddy Construction contractor was given the opportunity to quote the project based on their prior work history with the City, as well as, their immediate availability. Other contractors were contacted and none were able to commit to having crews ready as soon as authorization was received. Graddy Construction also has experience managing repairs for historic structures such as this.

The City Manager approved the emergency purchase on September 29, 2018.

The funding is available in the FY19 Budget: LOST/Infrastructure – Public Works – Infrastructure/LOST – Building Maintenance & Repair – LOST Facilities; 0109 – 260 – 9901 –MNTN – 6521 – 96001 - 20190


- - Government Center Update - Pam Hodge, Deputy City Manager

- - Veterans Homelessness Update - Pat Frey, Home for Good (Requested by Home for Good/Mayor's Office)

- - Fire/EMS Update - Jeff Meyer, Fire Chief

- - Cooperative Extension Update - Rhea Bentley, Cooperative Extension Director

- - Status of Save-A-Pet Program - Pat Biegler, Public Works Director (Requested by Councilor Walker Garrett) Delayed

- - SPLOST Update - Lisa Goodwin, Deputy City Manager - Delayed

- - Theo McGhee Park - Mary Cain, Fit Kids Fun for Parks and Playground (Requested by Parks and Recreation)

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