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Meeting Name: Urban County Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 1/16/2020 6:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
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1345-19 1 Minutes of the November 19, 2019 Zone Change Public Hearing, December 3, 2019 Council Meeting and December 5, 2019 Council Meeting.MinutesMinutes of the November 19, 2019 Zone Change Public Hearing, December 3, 2019 and December 5, 2019 Council Meetings.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0029-20 11.[SRA 2019-2]OrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Articles 1 and 6-8(k) of the Land Subdivision Regulations regarding the definition of a “stub street sign” and the location of and responsibility for such signs. [Div. of Planning, Duncan]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0030-20 12.[PLN-MAR-19-00014]OrdinanceAn Ordinance changing the zone from a Wholesale and Warehouse Business (B-4) zone to a High Rise Apartment (R-5) zone, for 5.6 net (5.951 gross) acres, for property located at 840 Angliana Ave. (F2 Companies; Council District 3). Approval 10-0 (To Be Heard By February 19, 2020) [Div. of Planning, Duncan]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0031-20 13.[PLN-MAR-19-00013]OrdinanceAn Ordinance changing the zone from a High Density Apartment (R-4) zone to a Downtown Frame Business (B-2A) zone, for 1.810 net (2.274 gross) acres, for property located at 201, 207, 209, 211, 215, 221, 225, 227 and 231 East Maxwell St., and 245, 247 and 251 Stone Ave. (Aptitude Development; Council District 3). Disapproval 6-3 (Public Hearing on February 11, 2020, 5:00 p.m.) [Div. of Planning, Duncan]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0044-20 19.20.0017 Grants & Special Programs - Abolish/CreateOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending the authorized strength by abolishing one (1) vacant unclassified position of Affordable Housing Manager P/T, Grade 526N, and creating one (1) unclassified position of Affordable Housing Manager, Grade 526E, in the Div. of Grants and Special Programs, effective upon passage of Council. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0086-20 14.Budget Amendment Sch. 0021OrdinanceAn Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to reflect current requirements for municipal expenditures, and appropriating and re-appropriating funds, Schedule No. 21. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0087-20 15.Capital Project Budget Amendment Buckhorn ParkOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to reflect current requirements for funds in the amount of $40,000 to provide funds for Council Projects in the Div. of Parks and Recreation for Buckhorn Park Development, Phase I and first steps of Phase II and appropriating and re-appropriating funds, Schedule No. 23. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0088-20 16.Capital Project BA Sch 0024 Meadowbrook ParkOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to reflect current requirements for funds in the amount of $4,000 to provide funds for Council Projects in the Div. of Parks and Recreation to purchase two picnic tables for Meadowbrook Park and appropriating and re-appropriating funds, Schedule No. 24. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0089-20 17.Capital Project BA Sch 0025 Fifth Third PavilionOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to reflect current requirements for funds in the amount of $4,915 to provide funds for Council Projects in the Div. of Parks and Recreation to install siding at Fifth Third Pavilion to help insulate the Farmer's Market and appropriating and re-appropriating funds, Schedule No. 25. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0090-20 18.Capital Project BA Sch 0026 Dantzler CourtOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to reflect current requirements for funds in the amount of $7,500 to provide funds for Council Projects in the Div. of Environmental Services to assist in the Dantzler Ct. Neighborhood Greenspace Project and appropriating and re-appropriating funds, Schedule No. 26. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0050-20 110.20.0015 Emergency Management - Abolish/CreateOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending the authorized strength by abolishing one (1) unclassified position of CSEPP Manager P/T, Grade 520N, and one (1) unclassified position of Administrative Specialist P/T, Grade 513N and creating one (1) unclassified position of CSEPP Manager, Grade 520N, in the Div. of Emergency Management, effective February 3, 2020. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0001-20 11.Recommendation for Bid #125-2019 Refurbished Mobile Data ComputersResolutionA Resolution accepting the bids of Telrepco, Inc., and L&W Emergency Equipment, establishing Price Contracts for Refurbished Mobile Data Computers, for the Div. of Police. (6 Bids, Low) [Weathers]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0011-20 12.Recommendation for Bid #127-2019 Portable Radio EarpiecesResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of AB Quality Products d/b/a Reconik, establishing a Price Contract for Portable Radio Earpieces, for the Div. of Police. (7 Bids, Low) [Weathers]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0020-20 23.Recommendation for Bid 128-2019 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HDResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Bachman Auto Group in the amount of $68,945.20, for a Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD, for the Div. of Fire and Emergency Services. (1 Bid) [Chilton]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0021-20 14.Recommendation for Bid 126-2019 Vehicle Equipment InstallationResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of L&W Emergency Equipment, establishing a Price Contract for Vehicle Equipment Installation, for the Div. of Police. (1 Bid) [Weathers]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0023-20 15.Recommendation for Bid 131-2019 Emergency Lighting & EquipmentResolutionA Resolution accepting the bids of L&W Emergency Equipment, Inc., and Radio Communications Systems, Inc., establishing Price Contracts for Emergency Lighting and Equipment, for the Div. of Police. (2 Bids, Low) [Weathers]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0032-20 16.Recommendation for Bid 123-2019 Boliler Replacement ProjectResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of C3 Mechanical, LLC, in the amount of $221,000, for Boiler Replacement Project, for the Dept. of General Services, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with C3 Mechanical, LLC, related to the bid. (5 Bids, Low) [Conrad]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0040-20 17.Bid Recommendation for Bid#111-2019 Town Branch WWTP & West Hickman WWTP Safety Showers & Eye Wash ReplacementResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Herrick Co., Inc., in the amount of $458,500, for the Town Branch Waste Water Treatment Plant and West Hickman Waste Water Treatment Plant Safety Showers and Eye Wash Replacement, for the Div. of Water Quality, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Herrick Co., Inc., related to the bid. (1 Bid) [Martin]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0046-20 18.Recommendation for 138-2019 Shillito Dugout ReplacementResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Myers Fence, Inc., in the amount of $149,075, for Shillito Dugout Replacement, for the Div. of Parks and Recreation, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Myers Fence, Inc., related to the bid. (1 Bid) [Conrad]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0047-20 19.Recommendation for Bid 134-2019 Auto & Light Duty Truck AccessoriesResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Wildcat Window Tinting, LLC, establishing a Price Contract for Auto and Light Duty Truck Accessories, for the Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management. (1 Bid) [Baradaran]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0051-20 110.Bid Recommendation for Bid#124-2019 Capacity Assurance Program Flow MonitoringResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Hydromax USA, LLC, in the amount of $164,470, for 2020 Capacity Assurance Program Flow Monitoring, for the Div. of Water Quality, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Hydromax USA, related to the bid. (4 Bids, Low) [Martin]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0052-20 111.Bid Recommendation for Bid#92-2019 Cane Run & Lexmark Trunk A & Trunk B ImprovementsResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Lagco, Inc., in the amount of $4,077,162, for the Cane Run and Lexmark Trunk A and Trunk B Sewer Improvements, for the Div. of Water Quality, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Lagco, Inc., related to the bid. (5 Bids, Low) [Martin]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0053-20 112.Recommendation for Bid 133-2019 Chevrolet PartsResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Bachman Auto Group, Inc., establishing a Price Contract for Chevrolet Parts, for the Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management.(1 Bid) [Baradaran]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0069-20 113.Personnel Resolutions 1.16.2020ResolutionA Resolution ratifying the Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointments of: Katherine Osborne, Administrative Specialist, Grade 513N, $18.185 hourly in the Div. of Purchasing, effective January 20, 2020, William Caudell, Public Service Supervisor, Grade 514N, $17.902 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective December 23, 2019, Tamara Hernandez-Serrano, Public Service Worker Sr., Grade 509N, $15.286 hourly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective January 6, 2020, Dallas Taylor, Pump Station Program Manager, Grade 523E, $2,980.48 biweekly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective January 20, 2020, Jennifer Carey, Municipal Engineer Sr., Grade 525E, $3,674.32 biweekly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective December 9, 2019, John Williams, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N, $17.049 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective January 6, 2020, Larry Grubbs, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N, $18.604 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective January 6, 2020, Dereke Soaper, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N, $17.049 hourly in the Div. of Waste ManageReceived First Reading  Action details Not available
0070-20 114.Conditional Offers 1.16.2020ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Human Resources to make a conditional offer to the following Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointments: James Schultze, Treatment Plant Operator, Grade 515N, $20.990 hourly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective February 3, 2020, Willie Dixon, Public Service Worker, Grade 507N, $12.946 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective upon passage of Council, Daymarcus Byrd, Public Service Worker, Grade 507N, $13.269 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective upon passage of Council and Stephen Fogle, Public Service Worker, Grade 507N, $12.787 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective upon passage of Council; authorizing the Div. of Human Resources to make a conditional offer to the following probationary Community Corrections Officer appointments: Raneisha Clark, Zoe Taylor, Joseph Wilkerson, Bethany Stanfield, Kimberly Brindley, Cedrick Tuoyo and Kimberly Brison, all Community Corrections Officer Recruit, Grade 109N, $15.384 hourly in the Div. of Community Corrections, effective upon passage of Council; authorizing the Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0070-20 1 Conditional Offers 1.16.2020ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Human Resources to make a conditional offer to the following Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointments: James Schultze, Treatment Plant Operator, Grade 515N, $20.990 hourly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective February 3, 2020, Willie Dixon, Public Service Worker, Grade 507N, $12.946 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective upon passage of Council, Daymarcus Byrd, Public Service Worker, Grade 507N, $13.269 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective upon passage of Council and Stephen Fogle, Public Service Worker, Grade 507N, $12.787 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective upon passage of Council; authorizing the Div. of Human Resources to make a conditional offer to the following probationary Community Corrections Officer appointments: Raneisha Clark, Zoe Taylor, Joseph Wilkerson, Bethany Stanfield, Kimberly Brindley, Cedrick Tuoyo and Kimberly Brison, all Community Corrections Officer Recruit, Grade 109N, $15.384 hourly in the Div. of Community Corrections, effective upon passage of Council; authorizing the Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
0070-20 1 Conditional Offers 1.16.2020ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Human Resources to make a conditional offer to the following Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointments: James Schultze, Treatment Plant Operator, Grade 515N, $20.990 hourly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective February 3, 2020, Willie Dixon, Public Service Worker, Grade 507N, $12.946 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective upon passage of Council, Daymarcus Byrd, Public Service Worker, Grade 507N, $13.269 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective upon passage of Council and Stephen Fogle, Public Service Worker, Grade 507N, $12.787 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective upon passage of Council; authorizing the Div. of Human Resources to make a conditional offer to the following probationary Community Corrections Officer appointments: Raneisha Clark, Zoe Taylor, Joseph Wilkerson, Bethany Stanfield, Kimberly Brindley, Cedrick Tuoyo and Kimberly Brison, all Community Corrections Officer Recruit, Grade 109N, $15.384 hourly in the Div. of Community Corrections, effective upon passage of Council; authorizing the ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0085-20 115.Walk-on Lexington Rescue Mission PSAResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Purchase of Service Agreement with the Lexington Rescue Mission, Inc., for the provision of a Street Outreach Worker for individuals and families impacted by violence, at a cost not to exceed $10,000. [Council Office, Maynard]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0064-20 116.ndf list 1 14 20ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Agreements with the Lexington History Museum, Inc. ($1,000) and the Academy for Leadership at Millcreek Elementary c/o 16th District PTA, Inc. ($510), for the Office of the Urban County Council, at a cost not to exceed the sums stated. [Council Office, Maynard]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0094-20 117.NDF - BrokeSpokeResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Agreements with Westmorland Neighborhood Association ($7,500) and Broke Spoke ($5,000) for the Office of the Urban County Council at a cost not to exceed the sums stated. [Council Office, Maynard]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0094-20 1 NDF - BrokeSpokeResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Agreements with Westmorland Neighborhood Association ($7,500) and Broke Spoke ($5,000) for the Office of the Urban County Council at a cost not to exceed the sums stated. [Council Office, Maynard]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
0094-20 1 NDF - BrokeSpokeResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Agreements with Westmorland Neighborhood Association ($7,500) and Broke Spoke ($5,000) for the Office of the Urban County Council at a cost not to exceed the sums stated. [Council Office, Maynard]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1320-19 118.Axon Enterprise, Inc. - Sole Source Certification - Annual Maintenance on Body Worn CamerasResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Police, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to purchase maintenance for the additional body worn cameras that were purchased from Axon Enterprise, Inc., a sole source vendor, at a cost not to exceed $54,672. [Div. of Police, Weathers]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1332-19 119.Amended Agreement-Indigital TelecommResolutionA Resolution authorizing an amendment to Resolution No. 324-2018 with Communications Venture Corporation (d/b/a INdigital), and to authorize INdigital as a sole source provider of Text-to-911 services for Lexington agencies in its network. [Div. of Enhanced 911, Stack]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0010-20 120.IconectiveResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Telcordia Technologies Inc., d/b/a iconectiv, for accuracy of the 911 database, at a cost not to exceed $6,000. [Div. of Enhanced 911, Stack]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0013-20 121.Expanded Jurisdiction AgreementResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Ky. Dept. of Housing, Buildings and Construction for expanded jurisdiction. [Div. of Building Inspection, Crowe]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0014-20 122.HVAC Expanded Jurisdiction AgreementResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Ky. Dept. of Housing, Buildings and Construction, for HVAC permitting and inspection. [Div. of Building Inspection, Crowe]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0016-20 223.KBI Anxiter AgreementResolutionA Resolution approving the granting of an inducement to Anixter Inc., or its successor or affiliate, pursuant to the Ky. Business Investment Act (KRS Subchapter 154.32), whereby the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government agrees to rebate annually one percent (1%) of the Company’s occupational license fees for a term of no longer than ten (10) years from the activation date, subject to the limitations contained in the Act and any Agreement with the Ky. Economic Development Finance Authority or the Urban County Government related to the project, and taking other related action. [Mayor's Office, Atkins]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0017-20 124.KBI Clark Material Handling CompanyResolutionA Resolution approving the granting of an inducement to CLARK Material Handling Co., or its successor or affiliate, pursuant to the Ky. Business Investment Act (KRS Subchapter 154.32), whereby the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government agrees to rebate annually one percent (1%) of the Company’s occupational license fees for a term of no longer than ten (10) years from the activation date, subject to the limitations contained in the Act and any Agreement with the Ky. Economic Development Finance Authority or the Urban County Government related to the project, and taking other related action. [Mayor's Office, Atkins]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0018-20 125.KBI FaneuilResolutionA Resolution approving the granting of an inducement to Faneuil, Inc., or its successor or affiliate, pursuant to the Ky. Business Investment Act (KRS Subchapter 154.32), whereby the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government agrees to rebate annually one-half of one percent (.5%) of the Company’s occupational license fees for a term of no longer than ten (10) years from the activation date, subject to the limitations contained in the Act and any Agreement with the Ky. Economic Development Finance Authority or the Urban County Government related to the project, and taking other related action. [Mayor's Office, Atkins]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0019-20 126.Request Council authorization to accept federal funding in the amount of $275,000 for a elementary school zone enhancement project. Matching funds of $68,000 are required.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept a Grant from the Ky. Transportation Cabinet, which Grant funds are in the amount of $275,000 Federal funds, for the implementation of the School Zone Enhancements Project, the acceptance of which obligates the Urban County Government for the expenditure of $68,000 as a local match, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grant Budget. [Div. of Traffic Engineering, Neal]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0024-20 127.FY20 Class B Education Incentive Grant University of Kentucky Research Foundation (UKRF)ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement awarding a Class B (Education) Incentive Grant to the University of Ky. Research Foundation, for Stormwater Quality Projects, at a cost not to exceed $21,646.16. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0025-20 128.Xylem Water Solutions USA Sole Source Pump #1 Lower Cane Run Pump StationResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Water Quality, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to purchase a Flygt Products replacement pump for the Lower Cane Run Pump Station, from Xylem Water Solutions USA, Inc., a sole source provider, at a cost not to exceed $173,553.10. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0026-20 129.Release of Utility Easements at 3401 Country Club Drive, 3409 Country Club Drive and 801 Champions WayResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Release of Easements, releasing portions of utility easements on the properties located at 3401 Country Club Dr., 3409 Country Club Dr., and 801 Champions Way. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0026-20 1 Release of Utility Easements at 3401 Country Club Drive, 3409 Country Club Drive and 801 Champions WayResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Release of Easements, releasing portions of utility easements on the properties located at 3401 Country Club Dr., 3409 Country Club Dr., and 801 Champions Way. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
0026-20 1 Release of Utility Easements at 3401 Country Club Drive, 3409 Country Club Drive and 801 Champions WayResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Release of Easements, releasing portions of utility easements on the properties located at 3401 Country Club Dr., 3409 Country Club Dr., and 801 Champions Way. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0027-20 130.Release of Sanitary Easements at 3409 Country Club Drive and 801 Champions WayResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Release of Easements, releasing portions of sanitary sewer easements on the properties located at 3409 Country Club Dr. and 801 Champions Way. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0027-20 1 Release of Sanitary Easements at 3409 Country Club Drive and 801 Champions WayResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Release of Easements, releasing portions of sanitary sewer easements on the properties located at 3409 Country Club Dr. and 801 Champions Way. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
0027-20 1 Release of Sanitary Easements at 3409 Country Club Drive and 801 Champions WayResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Release of Easements, releasing portions of sanitary sewer easements on the properties located at 3409 Country Club Dr. and 801 Champions Way. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0028-20 131.Meridian Management Contract ExtensionResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a one-year extension to the Contract with Meridian Management Corporation for facility management services for the Fayette County Courthouses, at a cost not to exceed $956,880.48. [Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management, Baradaran]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0033-20 132.Release of Street Light Easements 1504,1508, 1532 and 1561 Winners CircleResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Releases of Easements, releasing street light easements on the properties located at 1504, 1508, 1528, 1532, and 1561 Winners Circle. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0033-20 1 Release of Street Light Easements 1504,1508, 1532 and 1561 Winners CircleResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Releases of Easements, releasing street light easements on the properties located at 1504, 1508, 1528, 1532, and 1561 Winners Circle. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
0033-20 1 Release of Street Light Easements 1504,1508, 1532 and 1561 Winners CircleResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Releases of Easements, releasing street light easements on the properties located at 1504, 1508, 1528, 1532, and 1561 Winners Circle. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0035-20 133.PeopleSoft: Oracle OCI/Metaformers Contract AmendmentResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Mid-Term Conversion Letter with Oracle America, Inc., and Mythics, Inc., to allow the Urban County Government’s data to be migrated to a new cloud hosting environment, and to further execute Managed Services Agreement Amendment 001/2019 with Metaformers, Inc., to increase the amount of managed services support provided by Metaformers each month and to increase the annual price of the Contract with Metaformers by $40,131 from $160,524 to $200,655. [Div. of Enterprise Services, Stiefel]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0036-20 134.Partial Release of Access and Utility Easements 1171 Providence Place ParkwayResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Partial Release of Easements, releasing portions of access and utility easements on the property located at 1171 Providence Place Pkwy. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0037-20 135.UK Opera Theatre Agreement with FCC 2020ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with UK Opera Theatre, for the performance of The Billy Goats Gruff at the Family Care Center, at a cost not to exceed $600. [Div. of Family Services, Rodes]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0038-20 136.WellSky Case Management Software AgreementResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Master License and Services Renewal Agreement with WellSky Corporation, for the Case Management Information System, for the Dept. of Social Services, at a cost not to exceed $30,560. [Dept. of Social Services, Ford]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0042-20 137.No Thru Trucks Walnut Hill_Shelby_CrawleyResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Div. of Traffic Engineering, pursuant to Section 18-46 of the Code of Ordinances, to designate Walnut Hill Rd. (from Old Richmond Rd. to Delong Rd.); Shelby Ln. (from Walnut Hill Rd. to Jacks Creek Pike); and Crawley Ln. (from Tates Creek Rd. to Jacks Creek Pike) as being prohibited to through trucks, and authorizing and directing the Div. of Traffic Engineering to install proper and appropriate signs in accordance with the designation. [Div. of Traffic Engineering, Neal]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0045-20 138.20.0016 HR - Rental agreement w/FCPSResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Rental Agreement with the Fayette County Board of Education, for a testing site to be used to conduct initial fire testing for potential Fire Recruits, for the Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, at a cost not to exceed $200. [Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, Chilton]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0048-20 139.Request Council authorization to accept additional grant funds of $3,100.30 from the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet for the continuation of the Litter Abatement Grant Funding Program in Fayette County for FY 2020.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept additional Commonwealth of Ky. funds in the amount of $3,100.30, from the Ky. Energy and Environment Cabinet, for the continuation of the Litter Abatement Grant funding program for FY 2020, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government for the expenditure of funds. [Div. of Environmental Services, Plueger]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0049-20 140.Request Council authorization to amend Legistar File 1176-19/Resolution 656-2019 to correct the cost not to exceed to $222,000, a $2,000 increase, for award of the U.S. 27/Nicholasville Road Coordinated Corridor Land Use Plan and Transportation Study to WResolutionA Resolution amending Resolution No. 656-2019, pertaining to the execution of the Consultant Services Agreement with WSP USA, Inc., for the completion of the U.S. 27/Nicholasville Rd. Coordinated Land Use Plane and Transportation Study, increasing the not-to-exceed amount by $2,000 for a new total agreement amount of $222,000. [Div. of Planning, Duncan]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0054-20 141.Request Council authorization to execute agreement with RED7E, Inc., in the amount of $57,248 for Year 2 implementation of an overdose prevention awareness campaign for the First Responders and Community Partners Overdose Prevention Project as funded by tResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with RED7E, for year two (2) of the implementation of an overdose prevention awareness campaign, for the First Responders and Community Partners Overdose Prevention Program, at a cost not to exceed $57,248. [Dept. of Social Services, Ford]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0058-20 1 Mayor's Report 1-9-2020Communication(1) Recommending the appointment of Ms. Rhonda Brown, Code Enforcement Representative, to the Animal Care and Control Advisory Committee, with term expiring January 1, 2024; (2) Recommending the appointment of Mr. Lafe Taylor, Area Resident, and the reappointment of Mr. Dale Morgan, LFUCG Representative, both to the Charles Young Center Advisory Board, with term expiring March 1, 2022, and with term expiring March 3, 2024, respectively; (3) Recommending the appointment of Ms. Jill Barnett, At large, to the Corridors Commission, with term expiring August 1, 2024; (4) Recommending the appointments of Dr. Margaret McGladrey, At large, and Ms. Emily McKenzie, At large, to the Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention Coalition, both with terms expiring January 16, 2024; (5) Recommending the reappointment of Mr. Woodford Webb, Owner/Designee Hospitality/Entertainment Representative, to the Downtown Lexington Management District Board of Directors, with term expiring February 18, 2024; (6) Recommending the reappointment of Mr. Tyrone Tyra, Chamber of Commerce Representative, and the appointmApprovedPass Action details Not available
0071-20 1 Mayor's Information 1.16.20Communication (FYI)(1) Resignation of Ashley Wheeler, Corrections Officer, Grade 110N, in the Div. of Community Corrections, effective December 8, 2019; (2) Resignation of Anna Parry Barrows, Information Officer, Grade 518E, in the Div. of Communications, effective December 6, 2019; (3) Resignation of Jonathan Beasley, Corrections Officer, Grade 110N, in the Div. of Community Corrections, effective December 4, 2019; (4) Resignation of Melissa Ann Blanch, Staff Assistant, Sr., Grade 510N, in the Div. of Police, effective December 6, 2019; (5) Resignation of Rebecca Carpenter, Paralegal, Grade 517N, in the Dept. of Law, effective December 6, 2019; (6) Resignation of Timothy Smith, Corrections Officer, Grade 110N, in the Div. of Community Corrections, effective December 2, 2019; (7) Resignation of Joshua Simpson, Firefighter Recruit, Grade 310N, in the Div. of Fire, effective December 11, 2019; (8) Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointment New Hire Ema Dan Wilburn III, Internal Auditor, Grade 520E, $2307.70 biweekly in the Div. of Internal Audit, effective January 13, 2020; (9) Probationary ClassiReceived and Filed  Action details Not available