Public Meeting Agenda: August 5, 2019 at 7:00 PM - City Council Regular Meeting

August 5, 2019 at 7:00 PM - City Council Regular Meeting Agenda

August 5, 2019 at 7:00 PM - City Council Regular Meeting
1. STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETINGS ACT AND ROLL CALL
2. PRAYER
3. NATIONAL ANTHEM AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
4. CONSENT AGENDA - The following items are considered to be routine by the city council and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a city council member or citizen so requests, in which event the item will be removed from consent status and considered in its normal sequence on the agenda.
4.A. Minutes of July 15, 2019, City Council meeting.
4.B. Change date of first meeting in September 2019 to 7 p.m., Tuesday, September 3, 2019, due to Labor Day holiday.
4.C. Resolution No. R19-115 approving agreement with Nebraska Department of Transportation for 2019 Fracture Critical Bridge inspections.
4.D. Resolution No. R19-116 approving agreement with Adam LaBorde in an amount not to exceed $24,500 for one-year service agreement to provide GIS support services.
4.E. Resolution No. R19-117 authorizing payment of various improvement projects.
4.F. Payroll and bills on file.
Attachments:
5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - Included in Consent Agenda
6. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS - None
7. PUBLIC HEARINGS
7.A. Public hearing - Application of Doris R. Elifritz-Lux and Norman G. Lux dba Market 23, for Retail Class "D" Beer, Wine, and Distilled Spirits Off Sale Only liquor license and Class "K" catering license at 2620 23 Street.
8. PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS - None
9. REPORTS OF CITY OFFICES - None
10. REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES - None
11. REPORTS OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES - None
12. REPORTS ON LEGISLATION - None
13. NEW BUSINESS
13.A. Application of Douglas Wiese as manager of Eagles Club in conjunction with Class "C" liquor license.
13.B. Application of Robin Swearingen as manager of Walmart in conjunction with Class "D" liquor license.
13.C. Quote from Nebraska Furniture Mart in the amount of $27,213.67 for audio/visual equipment at new police facility.
13.D. Quote from OfficeNet in the amount of $119,889.36 for furniture at new police facility.
Attachments:
13.E. Quote from Electronic Engineering in the amount of $10,726.75 for radio equipment at new police facility.
13.F. Quote from RoadBuilders Machinery & Supply Co., Inc. in the amount of $31,630 to rent equipment for flood clean-up at Quail Run Golf Course.
13.G. Comments from mayor and city council members.
14. RESOLUTIONS
14.A. Resolution No. R19-118 approving use of Frankfort Square overnight on October 17 and October 18, 2019, for Tent America 2019 event.
14.B. Resolution No. R19-119 approving grant agreement with the Federal Aviation Administration for construction of Snow Removal Equipment Building at Columbus Municipal Airport.
14.C. Resolution No. R19-120 approving agreement with the U. S. Department of the Army for  rehabilitation of Loup River levee.
14.D. Resolution No. R19-121 approving agreement with Pictometry International Corporation in the amount of $19,140.33 per year for six consecutive years for digital imagery and related online services for Engineering Department.
14.E. Resolution No. R19-122 approving GIS maintenance agreement with Geo-Comm, Inc. in the amount of $15,859 effective July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2020 for Joint Communications Center.
14.F. Resolution No. R19-123 awarding bid to Obrist & Company, Inc. in the amount of $698,875.75 for Sewer Extension District No. 46 (Lost Creek Parkway from 38 Street to west of 10 Avenue).
14.G. Resolution No. R19-124 approving change of cable television franchisee from Eagle Communications, Inc. to Eagle Broadband Investments, LLC with regard to franchise agreement.
15. ORDINANCES ON FIRST READING
15.A. Ordinance No. 19-26 providing for vacation of street right-of-way of 51 Avenue from the north line of Jackson Meadows Addition to the westerly extension of the north line of Lot 2, Block B, Whispering Meadows Addition. 
15.B. Ordinance No. 19-27 amending Section 90.043 of Chapter 90 of Title IX of Ordinance No. 05-47 (Columbus City Code) to ban miniature pigs within corporate city limits.
16. ORDINANCES ON SECOND READING - None
17. ORDINANCES ON THIRD READING - None
18. CONSIDERATION OF PAYROLL AND BILLS ON FILE - Included in Consent Agenda
19. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - None
20. ADJOURNMENT
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