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Meeting Name: Urban County Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/16/2021 6:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
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0890-21 1 Minutes of the August 17, 2021 Zone Change Public Hearing, August 26, 2021 and August 31, 2021 Council Meetings .MinutesMinutes of the August 17, 2021 Zone Change Public Hearing, August 26, 2021 and August 31, 2021 Council Meetings.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0824-21 1 Mayor Gorton’s 150th proclamationPresentationMayor Gorton’s 150th ProclamationReceived and Filed  Action details Not available
0825-21 1 2021 Junior Fire ChiefPresentation2021 Junior Fire ChiefReceived and Filed  Action details Not available
0822-21 11.PLN-ZOTA-21-00004: AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE 1-11 AND 3-10: HOME-BASED BUSINESSES AND HOME OCCUPATIONSOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Articles 1-11 and 3-10 of the Zoning Ordinance to modernize the definition of “Home-based business” and “Home occupation” to better comply with the established state regulations. (Planning Commission). [Div. of Planning, Duncan]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0863-21 12.Budget Amendment Sch 0007OrdinanceAn 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, FY 2022 Schedule No. 7. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0864-21 13.Purchase Order Roll Correction Sch 0008OrdinanceAn Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to amend Budget related to purchase orders expensed to FY 2021, and appropriating and re-appropriating funds, schedule No. 8. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0865-21 14.Budget Amendment Sch 0009 NDF Pedestrian Crossing SignsOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to reflect current requirements for funds in the amount of $800 for the Div. of Traffic Engineering for the installation of two pedestrian crossing signs at the intersection of Kenesaw and Woodfield Circle, Schedule No. 9. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0835-21 15.22.0010 HR Ordinance Change - Conditional OffersOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Section 21-14(a) of the Code of Ordinances providing that after the appointing authority receives hiring recommendations from the Chief Administrative Officer for Classified Civil Service appointments, the appointing authority may authorize the Div. of Human Resources to make conditional offers; requiring the Div. of Human Resources to submit a report of all appointments within thirty (30) days after the appointment is made; and amending Section 22-13 of the Code of Ordinances authorizing the Div. of Human Resources to make conditional offers as requested by the appointing authorities and to submit a report of all appointments made to the Unclassified Civil Service Positions to the Urban County Council within thirty (30) days after the appointment; effective upon passage of Council. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0891-21 16.NDF BA Sch 0011 Parks Back to school eventOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to reflect current requirements for funds in the amount of $283.50 for the Div. of Parks and Recreation for costs associated with the stage rental for the E.J. Hayes Annual Back to School Event, Schedule No. 11. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0927-21 17.Budget Amendment Schedule 0010OrdinanceAn 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, FY 2022 Schedule No. 10. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0888-21 18.Walk on Grass and WeedsOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Section 12-2(c)(4) of the Code of Ordinances to provide an exception for native plantings cultivated for the purpose of intentional naturalization from the prohibition on excessive growth of weeds, grass, and other vegetation as a nuisance. [Council Office, Maynard]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0764-21 11.FY22 PSA Lexington History Museum, Inc.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Purchase of Service Agreement with the Lexington History Museum, Inc., for placement and storage of its collections, special exhibits and other programs to provide community outreach and educational opportunities at a cost not to exceed $50,000. [Dept. of General Services, Ford]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0773-21 12.Release of Claims Agreement - Retired Police Canine's - Diesel, Meeko & VicResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Release of Claims Agreements with Officer Derek Smith, for care of retired canine Diesel, Sergeant Brian Martin, for care of retired canine Meeko and Officer Scott Burch, for care of retired canine Vic. [Div. of Police, Weathers]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0775-21 13.Children's Advocacy Center - Purchase of Service Agreement (Renewal)ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Purchase of Service Agreement with Children’s Advocacy Center of the Bluegrass, for forensic interviews, at a cost not to exceed $50,000. [Div. of Police, Weathers]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0776-21 14.Amendment of Reso Liberty Rd Trunk EasementsResolutionA Resolution amending Resolution No. 298-2021, authorizing the acceptance of deeds for property interests needed for the Liberty Rd. Trunk Sewer Project, a Remedial Measures Project required by the Consent Decree, increasing the cost of acquisition of easements by the sum of $5,023.15, from $18,264.00 to $23,287.15. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0777-21 15.DePorres Avenue Speed TablesResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Div. of Traffic Engineering to install four (4) speed tables on De Porres Ave. between Price Rd. and Don Anna Dr. per guidelines in the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program, at a cost not to exceed $18,000. [Div. of Traffic Engineering, Neal]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0784-21 1 Axon Enterprise, Inc. - Master Services and Purchasing Agreement and Quote & Sole Source CertificationResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Police to purchase body worn cameras, tasers, accessories, storage fees, software licensing, training and maintenance from Axon Enterprise, Inc., a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreement with Axon Enterprise, Inc., related to the procurement, at a cost not to exceed $1,027,786.45. [Div. of Police, Weathers]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0796-21 27.Request Council authorization to accept a Year 4 Continuation Grant in the amount of $510,594 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services under the First Responders - Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act Program which will be used to reduceResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept a Grant from the United States Dept. of Health and Human Services, which Grant funds are in the amount of $510,594 in Federal funds under the First Responders - Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act Program Year 4 Continuation Grant, for the purpose of reducing opioid overdose fatalities, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government for the expenditure of funds, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grant Budget. [Dept. of Social Services, Allen-Bryant]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0797-21 28.Request Council authorization to accept award and to execute agreement with the Kentucky Department of Military Affairs, Division of Emergency Management in the amount of $1,997,523 under the Federal Fiscal Year 2021 Chemical Stockpile Emergency PreparednResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with the Ky. Dept. of Military Affairs, Div. of Emergency Management, in order to accept $1,997,523 in Federal funds, awarded under the FY 2021 Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (CSEPP) for the purpose of protecting the community and enhancing emergency response in case of chemical accidents during and after destruction of the chemical weapons stockpile at the Bluegrass Army Depot, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government for the expenditure of funds, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grant Budget. [Div. of Emergency Management, Dugger]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0799-21 29.Request Council authorization to accept a proposal from Crawford, Murphy & Tilly to retime 16 traffic signals on New Circle Road at cost not to exceed $100,000.ResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc. to RFP No. 9-2021 to re-time traffic signals on New Circle Rd. at a cost not to exceed $100,000, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreements with Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc., related to this project. [Div. of Traffic Engineering, Neal]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0820-21 110.8 17 21 ndfResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Agreements with NABVETS State Command Council ($950), Ky. Black Pride, Inc. ($1,400), Music for Mission c/o First Presbyterian Church ($1,300), Exhilarating, Inc. ($350), William Wells Brown Neighborhood Assoc., Inc. ($350), Artistic Hands Shaping a New Society Corp. ($500), and Saddle Club Subdivision HOA ($500), 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
0790-21 111.Recommendation for Bid 54-2021 Universal Roll CartsResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Schaefer Systems International, Inc., establishing a price contract for Universal Roll Carts, for the Div. of Waste Management. (6 Bids, Non-Low) [Thurman]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0800-21 112.Recommendation for Bid 45-2021 School Zone Flashing BeaconResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Applied Information, Inc., establishing a price contract for School Zone Flashing Beacon, for the Div. of Traffic Engineering. (3 Bids, Non-Low) [Neal]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0817-21 113.Recommendation for Bid #55-2021 Fleet Services Ventilation UpgradeResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of E.C. Matthews Co., Inc., in the amount of $119,700, for a Fleet Services Ventilation Upgrade, for the Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management. (3 Bids, Low) [Baradaran]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0828-21 114.Recommendation for Bid 81-2021 ForkliftResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Prolift-Toyota Material Handling, in the amount of $30,984, for a Forklift, for the Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management. (4 Bids, Non-Low) [Baradaran]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0830-21 115.Recommendation for Bid #72-2021 Panorama Sharkee Antenna CablesResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of RCN Communications, LLC, establishing a price contract for Panorama Sharkee Antenna Cable, for the Div. of Police. (5 Bids, Low) [Weathers]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0854-21 116.Personnel Resolutions 8.26.21ResolutionA Resolution ratifying the Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointments of: Shannon Godfrey, Technical Specialist, Grade 515N, $19.173 hourly in the Div. of Computer Services, effective August 30, 2021, Amanda Cobb, Recreation Assistant, Grade 514N, $19.222 hourly in the Div. of Aging and Disability Services, effective September 20, 2021, Matthew Holmes, Service Writer, Grade 510N, $17.510 hourly in the Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management, effective August 30, 2021, Deon Smither, Skilled Trades Worker, Grade 515N, $19.173 hourly in the Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management, effective August 30, 2021; and ratifying the Permanent Classified Civil Service Appointments of: John Cassel, Municipal Engineer Sr., Grade 528E, $3,155.44 biweekly in the Div. of Engineering, effective August 22, 2021, Matthew Hughes, Engineering Bonds Officer, Grade 514N, $19.499 hourly in the Div. of Engineering, effective August 22, 2021, Tanya Collins, Staff Assistant Sr., Grade 510N, $18.579 hourly in the Div. of Aging and Disability Services, effective August 15, 2021; and ratifying the PermanenApprovedPass Action details Not available
0795-21 117.ARAMARK AMENDMENT #5ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Fifth Amendment to Agreement with Aramark Correctional Services, LLC, for the price per meal charge increase mandated in the Agreement, at an additional cost not to exceed $1,462,260 for FY 2022. [Div. of Community Corrections, Farmer]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0806-21 118.Two Sulzer ABS Submersible Pumps for Town Branch WWTP Sole Source Southern Sales Company, Inc.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Water Quality, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to purchase two (2) Sulzer ABS Submersible Pumps for the Town Branch Waste Water Treatment Plant, from Southern Sales Co., Inc., a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreement with Southern Sales Co., Inc., related to the procurement, at a cost estimated not to exceed $91,900. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0823-21 119.Collective Bargaining Agreement – Corrections Lieutenants and CaptainsResolutionA Resolution accepting the Collective Bargaining Agreement by and between the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government and the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Local 2785, on behalf of Lieutenants and Captains in the Div. of Community Corrections. [Dept. of Law, Speckert]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0832-21 120.Change Order No. 7 Southland Area Stormwater Improvement Project Banks Engineering, Inc.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Change Order No. 7 to the Agreement with Banks Engineering, Inc., for the Southland Area Stormwater Improvement Project, increasing the Contract price by the sum of $49,200, from $674,815 to $724,015. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0833-21 121.KAW Shutoff and Usage Data AgreementResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a multi-year Amended and Restated Agreement with Ky.-American Water Co. to provide water usage data for the calculation of sanitary sewer bills and water disconnection services on delinquent sewer accounts, for an amount estimated not to exceed $305,000 in FY 2022. [Div. of Revenue, Holbrook]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0834-21 222.Request Council authorization to accept $47,700 in funding from the 2020 Kentucky Office of Homeland Security Grant, which will fund an 80-hour Structural Collapse Specialist training for the Division of Fire and Emergency Services’ Special Operations TeaResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept a Grant from the Ky. Office of Homeland Security, which Grant funds are in the amount of $47,700 in Federal funds under the FY 2020 Homeland Security Grant Program, in order to provide Structural Collapse Specialist Training for the Div. of Fire and Emergency Services’ Special Operations Team, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government for the expenditure of funds, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grant Budget. [Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, Wells]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0837-21 223.Request Council authorization to accept award of additional federal funds for the Kentucky Opioid Response Effort from the Cabinet for Health and Family Services in the amount of $100 to help fund the Community Paramedicine Program. No matching funds reqResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept an award of an additional $100 in Federal funds from the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, for the purpose of enhancing the Quick Response Team within the Community Paramedicine Program as part of the Ky. Opioid Response Effort, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government to the expenditure of funds, and authorizing and directing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds with the Grant Budget established for this Grant. [Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, Wells]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0852-21 124.ndf list 8 24 21ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Agreements with Ky Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program ($1,300), Ky Humanities Council ($2,800), Stonewall Equestrian Neighborhood Assoc. ($500), and A Caring Place, Inc. ($500), 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
0876-21 125.8 31 21 ndf listResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Seedleaf, Inc. ($250), for the Office of the Urban County Council, at a cost not to exceed the sum stated. [Council Office, Maynard]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0827-21 126.Intensive Street Outreach ARPA AmendmentResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Subrecipient Agreement with Community Action Council (“CAC”) in order to allocate $392,000 of Federal Grant funds under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 to CAC to continue operation of the Intensive Street Outreach Program, and authorizing the Mayor to execute any other needed Agreements or amendments with CAC related to the use of these funds. [Div. of Grants and Special Programs, Lanter]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0836-21 127.Welcome House Payee Program ARPAResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Subrecipient Agreement with Welcome House, Inc., in order to allocate up to $276,663 of Federal Grant funds under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 to Welcome House, Inc., to provide financial management benefits to people incapable of independently managing payments, and authorizing the Mayor to execute any other needed Agreements or amendments with Welcome House, Inc., related to the use of these funds. [Div. of Grants and Special Programs, Lanter]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0838-21 128.Mountain Comp Care ARPA Intensive Case ManagementResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Subrecipient Agreement with Mountain Comprehensive Care Center, Inc., in order to allocate $95,335 of Federal Grant funds under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 for the continued operation of a Permanent Housing Intensive Care Management Program, in partnership with the Catholic Action Center Emergency Shelter, and authorizing the Mayor to execute any other needed Agreements or amendments with Mountain Comprehensive Care Center, Inc., related to the use of these funds. [Div. of Grants and Special Programs, Lanter]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0841-21 129.Applied Research Associates - RoadcareResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Dept. of Environmental Quality and Public Works to purchase services for the Pavement Management System from Applied Research Associates, Inc., a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreement with Applied Research Associates, Inc., related to the procurement, at a cost not to exceed $271,178.22. [Div. of Streets and Roads, Allen]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0841-21 1 Applied Research Associates - RoadcareResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Dept. of Environmental Quality and Public Works to purchase services for the Pavement Management System from Applied Research Associates, Inc., a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreement with Applied Research Associates, Inc., related to the procurement, at a cost not to exceed $271,178.22. [Div. of Streets and Roads, Allen]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
0841-21 1 Applied Research Associates - RoadcareResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Dept. of Environmental Quality and Public Works to purchase services for the Pavement Management System from Applied Research Associates, Inc., a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreement with Applied Research Associates, Inc., related to the procurement, at a cost not to exceed $271,178.22. [Div. of Streets and Roads, Allen]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0857-21 130.Barn Owl Box DonationResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept a donation of a new owl box from the Central Ky. Audubon Society for the barn at Hisle Farm Park. [Div. of Parks and Recreation, Conrad]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0858-21 231.Request Council authorization to execute a professional services agreement with Gresham Smith for design and construction administration services for Splash! at Charles Young Park for a contracted cost of $166,400.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Professional Services Agreement with Gresham Smith for design and construction administration services for Splash! at Charles Young Park, at a cost not to exceed $166,400. [Mayor's Office, Peacher]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0858-21 2 Request Council authorization to execute a professional services agreement with Gresham Smith for design and construction administration services for Splash! at Charles Young Park for a contracted cost of $166,400.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Professional Services Agreement with Gresham Smith for design and construction administration services for Splash! at Charles Young Park, at a cost not to exceed $166,400. [Mayor's Office, Peacher]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
0858-21 2 Request Council authorization to execute a professional services agreement with Gresham Smith for design and construction administration services for Splash! at Charles Young Park for a contracted cost of $166,400.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Professional Services Agreement with Gresham Smith for design and construction administration services for Splash! at Charles Young Park, at a cost not to exceed $166,400. [Mayor's Office, Peacher]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0859-21 232.Request Council authorization to accept award of $29,500 from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet for participation in Traffic Safety Programs for Occupant Protection Program for Fiscal Year 2022. No match is required.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept a Grant from the Ky. Transportation Cabinet in the amount of $29,500 in Federal funds for continuation of the Urban County Government’s Traffic Safety Programs in FY 2022, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government for the expenditure of funds, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grants Budget. [Div. of Police, Weathers]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0859-21 2 Request Council authorization to accept award of $29,500 from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet for participation in Traffic Safety Programs for Occupant Protection Program for Fiscal Year 2022. No match is required.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept a Grant from the Ky. Transportation Cabinet in the amount of $29,500 in Federal funds for continuation of the Urban County Government’s Traffic Safety Programs in FY 2022, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government for the expenditure of funds, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grants Budget. [Div. of Police, Weathers]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
0859-21 2 Request Council authorization to accept award of $29,500 from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet for participation in Traffic Safety Programs for Occupant Protection Program for Fiscal Year 2022. No match is required.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept a Grant from the Ky. Transportation Cabinet in the amount of $29,500 in Federal funds for continuation of the Urban County Government’s Traffic Safety Programs in FY 2022, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government for the expenditure of funds, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grants Budget. [Div. of Police, Weathers]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0860-21 233.Request Council authorization to accept award of additional federal funds in the 2021 Consolidated Plan from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) in the amount of $35,436 and HOME InResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept an additional Grant award from the United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), for the Community Development Block Grant Program ($35,436) and the Home Investment Partnerships Program ($18,000) in FY 2021, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government to the expenditure of any additional funds as a local match, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grant Budget. [Div. of Grants and Special Programs, Lanter]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0861-21 234.Request Council authorization to accept a grant award in the amount of $13,519 for FY2022 from the Kentucky Council on Child Abuse, Inc. dba Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky Inc. The grant award is for Self-help, Parent Education and Support Group at the FamiResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept an award from the Ky. Council on Child Abuse, Inc., d/b/a Prevent Child Abuse Ky., Inc. (PCAK), in the amount of $13,519, for Year 2 of the Family Care Center’s Contract to provide a Self-Help, Parent Education and Support Group, the acceptance of which obligates the Urban County Government to a $6,840 in-kind match, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grant Budget. [Div. of Family Services, Rodes]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0884-21 135.Recommendation for Bid 78-2021 Pest ControlResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Guarantee Pest Control, Inc., and Terminix Commercial, establishing price contracts for Pest Control, for the Div. of Purchasing. (2 Bids, Low) [Slatin]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0909-21 136.Recommendation for Bid #82-2021 Bomb Disposal Response Equipment SupplementalResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of TNVC, Inc., establishing a price contract for Bomb Disposal Response Equipment (Supplemental), for the Div. of Police. (2 Bids, Low) [Weathers]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0924-21 137.Personnel Resolutions 9.16.21ResolutionA Resolution ratifying the Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointments of: Cathryn Reed, Administrative Officer, Grade 523E, $2,530.56 biweekly in the Dept. of Information Technology, effective September 27, 2021, Kenna Johnson, Administrative Specialist Sr., Grade 516N, $20.662 hourly in the Div. of Revenue, effective September 27, 2021, Donna Jones, Equipment Operator Sr., Grade 512N, $17.997 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective September 20, 2021, Lisa McFadden, Administrative Officer Sr., Grade 526E, $3,110.10 biweekly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective September 20, 2021; and ratifying the Permanent Classified Civil Service Appointments of: Kimberly Hardy, Administrative Specialist Sr., Grade 516N, $22.701 hourly in the Div. of Revenue, effective September 1, 2021, William Hill, Trades Worker Sr., Grade 511N, $16.512 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective August 16, 2021, Robert Elkins, Heavy Equipment Technician, Grade 518N, $24.187 hourly in the Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management, effective September 8, 2021; and ratifying the ProbatiReceived First Reading  Action details Not available
0925-21 138.Conditional Offers 9.16.21ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Human Resources to make a conditional offer to the following Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointments: Daniel Stamper, Equipment Operator Sr., Grade 512N, $18.494 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective October 11, 2021, Terry Baker, Vehicle & Equipment Mechanic, Grade 512N, $16.962 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective October 4, 2021, Brandon Davis, Vehicle & Equipment Mechanic, Grade 512N, $17.226 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective October 4, 2021, Lindsie Nicholas, Municipal Engineer Sr., Grade 528E, $2,993.52 biweekly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective November 22, 2021, Robert Kierstead, Maintenance Mechanic, Grade 515N, $19.365 hourly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective October 11 , 2021, Eric Hodgson, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N, $17.622 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective October 4, 2021, Curtis Gannon, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N, $19.419 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective October 25, 2021, Calvin Johnson, Resource Recovery OperaReceived First Reading  Action details Not available
0925-21 1 Conditional Offers 9.16.21ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Human Resources to make a conditional offer to the following Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointments: Daniel Stamper, Equipment Operator Sr., Grade 512N, $18.494 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective October 11, 2021, Terry Baker, Vehicle & Equipment Mechanic, Grade 512N, $16.962 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective October 4, 2021, Brandon Davis, Vehicle & Equipment Mechanic, Grade 512N, $17.226 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective October 4, 2021, Lindsie Nicholas, Municipal Engineer Sr., Grade 528E, $2,993.52 biweekly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective November 22, 2021, Robert Kierstead, Maintenance Mechanic, Grade 515N, $19.365 hourly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective October 11 , 2021, Eric Hodgson, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N, $17.622 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective October 4, 2021, Curtis Gannon, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N, $19.419 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective October 25, 2021, Calvin Johnson, Resource Recovery OperaSuspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
0925-21 1 Conditional Offers 9.16.21ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Human Resources to make a conditional offer to the following Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointments: Daniel Stamper, Equipment Operator Sr., Grade 512N, $18.494 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective October 11, 2021, Terry Baker, Vehicle & Equipment Mechanic, Grade 512N, $16.962 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective October 4, 2021, Brandon Davis, Vehicle & Equipment Mechanic, Grade 512N, $17.226 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective October 4, 2021, Lindsie Nicholas, Municipal Engineer Sr., Grade 528E, $2,993.52 biweekly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective November 22, 2021, Robert Kierstead, Maintenance Mechanic, Grade 515N, $19.365 hourly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective October 11 , 2021, Eric Hodgson, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N, $17.622 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective October 4, 2021, Curtis Gannon, Resource Recovery Operator, Grade 513N, $19.419 hourly in the Div. of Waste Management, effective October 25, 2021, Calvin Johnson, Resource Recovery OperaApprovedPass Action details Not available
0794-21 239.Sheriff Ad Valorem 2021 Property Tax AgreementResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Kathy H. Witt, Sheriff of Fayette County, for the collection of the Ad Valorem Urban Service District Taxes for the 2021 property tax year, at a cost not to exceed $350,000, with the payments to be treated as a commission and the Urban County Government to receive and accept any related payment ($87,500) from the Commonwealth of Ky. [Dept. of Finance, Hensley]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0875-21 140.Arbor Youth MOA for Alternative SentencingResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Memorandum of Agreement with Arbor Youth Services, Inc., to provide an alternative to detention for certain youthful offenders, at a cost not to exceed $5,000. [Div. of Youth Services, Hong]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0877-21 141.Wiser Amendment No. 3ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Addendum to the Agreement with Wiser Strategies, for media planning and placement services for the Div. of Environmental Services, providing for public outreach services relating to vacuum leaf collection, at a cost not to exceed $60,000. [Div. of Environmental Services, Carey]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0878-21 142.22-0011 HR - Anthem BCBS 2022 RenewalResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a renewal Agreement with Anthem Health Plans of Ky., Inc., for administrative services, rates and fees within the Agreement, for the period beginning January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0878-21 1 22-0011 HR - Anthem BCBS 2022 RenewalResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a renewal Agreement with Anthem Health Plans of Ky., Inc., for administrative services, rates and fees within the Agreement, for the period beginning January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
0878-21 1 22-0011 HR - Anthem BCBS 2022 RenewalResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a renewal Agreement with Anthem Health Plans of Ky., Inc., for administrative services, rates and fees within the Agreement, for the period beginning January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0879-21 143.Compost Pilot ProgramResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Environmental Services, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to administer a Composting Pilot Program, providing composting workshops and partially funding home composters for workshop participants in order to promote waste reduction and sustainability, at a cost not to exceed $9,000. [Div. of Environmental Services, Carey]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0879-21 1 Compost Pilot ProgramResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Environmental Services, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to administer a Composting Pilot Program, providing composting workshops and partially funding home composters for workshop participants in order to promote waste reduction and sustainability, at a cost not to exceed $9,000. [Div. of Environmental Services, Carey]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
0879-21 1 Compost Pilot ProgramResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Environmental Services, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to administer a Composting Pilot Program, providing composting workshops and partially funding home composters for workshop participants in order to promote waste reduction and sustainability, at a cost not to exceed $9,000. [Div. of Environmental Services, Carey]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0880-21 144.FY2021 Continuum of Care Grant Application (HUD)ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, as the collaborative applicant, to execute and submit the 2021 Continuum of Care Grant Application to the United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), to provide any additional information requested in connection with this Grant Application, which Grant funds are in the amount of $2,548,668 Federal funds, are for the operation of programs by Community Nonprofit Organizations to reduce homelessness in Lexington-Fayette County, and to accept $167,394 of the Grant funds, if the application is approved, for project planning and data management expenses related to monitoring programs funded by the Grant, the acceptance of which obligates the Urban County Government for the expenditure of $41,850 as a local match, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grant Budget. [Div. of Grants and Special Programs, Lanter]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0881-21 145.FY2022 CoC Membership MOUResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, to execute Memorandum of Understanding(s) with 39 community partners in the Lexington-Fayette County Continuum of Care (COC) to ensure consistent participation in the COC for the purpose of future planning and funding decisions, for the Office of Homelessness Prevention & Intervention. [Div. of Grants and Special Programs, Lanter]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0882-21 146.Change Order #4-ALL4, LLCResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Change Order No. 4 to the Agreement with All4, LLC, for the Audit of the Waste Water Treatment Plant Safety Program and Post-Audit Implementation Services Project, increasing the Contract price by the sum of $337,888.00, from $980,862.25 to $1,318,750.25. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0883-21 147.Pictometry Aerial PhotographyResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Pictometry International, for the lease of oblique aerial photography, viewing software, hosting services, traditional aerial photography, and supporting maintenance, for a term of six years, at a cost not to exceed $53,814 per year. [Div. of Enterprise Solutions, Stiefel]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0885-21 148.KDE Preschool Education Services Application 2021-2022ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute and submit an application to the Ky. Dept. of Education (KDE), for provision of Preschool Education Services at the Family Care Center for the 2021-2022 school year. [Div. of Family Services, Rodes]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0886-21 149.Memorandum of Understanding - Department of Veterans AffairsResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Memorandum of Understanding with Dept. of Veterans Affair, for entrance into the VA Online Educational Benefits System. [Div. of Police, Weathers]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0892-21 150.Strategic Materials - Material Recovery FacilityResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Waste Management to purchase transportation and reuse of recycled glass from Strategic Materials, a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreement with Strategic Materials, related to the procurement. [Div. of Waste Management, Thurman]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0893-21 151.Consultant Services Agreement - Brandstetter Carroll Inc. - RFP# 23-2021ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Consultant Services Agreement (awarded pursuant to RFP No. 23-2021), with Brandstetter Carroll Inc., for professional design services of the new Police East Sector Roll Call Station, at a cost not to exceed $168,000. [Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management, Baradaran]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0893-21 1 Consultant Services Agreement - Brandstetter Carroll Inc. - RFP# 23-2021ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Consultant Services Agreement (awarded pursuant to RFP No. 23-2021), with Brandstetter Carroll Inc., for professional design services of the new Police East Sector Roll Call Station, at a cost not to exceed $168,000. [Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management, Baradaran]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
0893-21 1 Consultant Services Agreement - Brandstetter Carroll Inc. - RFP# 23-2021ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Consultant Services Agreement (awarded pursuant to RFP No. 23-2021), with Brandstetter Carroll Inc., for professional design services of the new Police East Sector Roll Call Station, at a cost not to exceed $168,000. [Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management, Baradaran]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0894-21 152.Request Council ratification of the execution of an amendment to an existing agreement with Benevate Inc., for use of Neighborly Software in the Division of Grants & Special Programs changing the pricing model from per-license to unlimited users and extenResolutionA Resolution ratifying the execution of an Amendment to an existing Agreement with Benevate, Inc., which authorizes unlimited users and extends the Contract term through March 3, 2023, in order to aide in administration of federally funded Grant programs, at a cost not to exceed $45,879. [Div. of Grants and Special Programs, Lanter]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0896-21 153.2021 Tire Collection AgreementResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Ky. Energy and Environmental Cabinet, for a tire disposal event, at a cost not to exceed $9,928.08. [Div. of Waste Management, Thurman]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0897-21 254.Request Council authorization to acquire permanent aerial easement from CSX Railroad Milepost 91.72 between Lisle Industrial Avenue and 1631 Old Frankfort Pike with a cost not to exceed $50,000 for Phase 5 of the Town Branch Trail Project.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept deeds and to execute any documents necessary for the acquisition of property interests between Lisle Industrial Ave. and 1631 Old Frankfort Pike, for Phase 5 of the Town Branch Trail Project, at a cost not to exceed $50,000. [Div. of Engineering, Burton]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0898-21 255.Request Council authorization to execute Contract Modification No. 2 in the amount of $42,100 with Strand Associates Inc. for additional design of Town Branch Trail Phase VI increasing the contract price from $1,030,774 to $1,072,874.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, to execute Contract Modification No. 2 with Strand Associates, Inc., increasing the contract price by $42,100 for additional design services for Town Branch Trail Phase VI, raising the total contract price from $1,030,774 to $1,072,874. [Div. of Engineering, Burton]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0899-21 256.Request Council authorization to accept an award of $5,000 from the Consumer Product Safety Commission for a Fire Safety and Prevention Project. No match required.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, to accept a Grant from the Consumer Product Safety Commission of $5,000 in Federal funds in order to purchase supplies for a Fire Safety and Prevention Project, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government for the expenditure of funds, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grant Budget. [Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, Wells]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0900-21 257.Request Council authorization to execute Professional Services Agreements with Marinda Beasley, Kristin Beers, Angela Begley, Alexis Hatfield, Megan Magsam, Lyndsay Palombit and Nicole Jean Perkins to serve as Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners on an "on-callResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, to execute Professional Services Agreements with Marinda Beasley, Kristin Beers, Angela Begley, Alexis Hatfield, Megan Magsam, Lyndsay Palombit, and Nicole Jean Perkins, as Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners, to provide on-call forensic examinations and services under the sexual assault nurse examiner program for fiscal year 2021, at a cost not to exceed $51,466. [Div. of Police, Weathers]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0901-21 258.Request Council authorization to execute Contract Modification No. 1 to the agreement with Acheulean Consulting, for archaeological monitoring services for the Town Branch Commons construction project at a cost not to exceed $49,602.28 increasing the contResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, to execute Contract Modification No. 1 with Acheulean Consulting, LLC, to increase the contract amount by $49,602.28 for archaeological monitoring services for the Town Branch Commons Construction Project, raising the total Contract price from $160,233.00 to $209,835.28. [Mayor's Office, Peacher]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0902-21 259.Request Council authorization to authorize and direct the Mayor to execute amendment #3 of the TIGER agreement with the U.S. Department of Transportation for the Town Branch Commons Project that recognizes and accepts modifications to update the budget toResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, to execute Amendment #3 to the TIGER Agreement with the U.S. Dept. of Transportation to modify the budget for the Town Branch Commons Project. [Mayor's Office, Peacher]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0903-21 260.Request Council authorization to accept federal funds of $97,070 from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s Office of Highway Safety for participation in the Traffic Safety Program for Fiscal Year 2022. No local match is required.ResolutionA Resolution ratifying the Mayor’s prior execution of an Agreement with the Ky. Transportation Cabinet, Office of Highway Safety, accepting a Grant in the amount of $97,070 in Federal funds for participation in the Traffic Safety Program in FY 2022, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government for the expenditure of funds, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grant Budget. [Div. of Police, Weathers]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0905-21 261.Request Council authorization to accept federal funds of $20,000 from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s Office of Highway Safety Impaired Driving Program. No local match is required.ResolutionA Resolution ratifying the Mayor’s prior execution of an Agreement with the Ky. Transportation Cabinet, Office of Highway Safety, accepting a grant in the amount of $20,000 in Federal funds for Impaired Driving Services, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government for the expenditure of funds, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grant Budget. [Div. of Police, Weathers]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0906-21 262.Request Council to authorize the mayor to execute a vendor agreement with Environmental Enterprises, Inc. in order to apply grant funds of $102,000 received from Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet for FY2022 for the disposal cost associated with theResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Environmental Enterprises, Inc. (EEI), in order to apply Grant funds in the amount of $102,000 in Commonwealth of Ky. funds received from the Ky. Energy and Environment Cabinet for FY 2022 to pay disposal costs associated with the Fall 2021 Fayette County Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Event. [Div. of Waste Management, Thurman]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0907-21 263.Request Council authorization to approve Everbridge, Inc., as a sole source provider for the Alert Notification System for Emergency Management and authorizing the Mayor to execute an agreement with Everbridge, Inc. related to the procurement of these gooResolutionA Resolution establishing Everbridge, Inc., as a sole source provider for the Alert Notification System for the Div. of Emergency Management, and authorizing the Mayor or her designee, on behalf of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreements with Everbridge, Inc., related to the procurement of these goods, at a cost not to exceed $110,233.94. [Div. of Emergency Management, Dugger]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0908-21 264.Request Council authorization to establish Adapt Pharma as a sole source provider of nasal Narcan for the Comprehensive Opiod Abuse Site-Based Program in the Division of Fire and Emergency Services at a cost not to exceed $128,924.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the payment of an additional $63,999 to Adapt Pharma, Inc., for the purchase of Narcan Nasal Spray for the Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Site-Based Program in the Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, increasing the total contract price from $64,925 to $128,924, and authorizing and directing the Mayor to execute any documents necessary for the purchase of these goods. [Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, Wells]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0936-21 165.Walk on - TAP GrantResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute and submit two (2) Grant Applications to the Ky. Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) and the Lexington Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and to provide any additional information requested in connection with these Grant Applications, which Grant funds are in the amount of $2,920,000 Federal funds under the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP), and are for the Alumni Drive Shared Use Path Project ($2,400,000) and the Citation Trail Phase 2 Project ($520,000). [Council Office, Maynard]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0936-21 1 Walk on - TAP GrantResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute and submit two (2) Grant Applications to the Ky. Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) and the Lexington Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and to provide any additional information requested in connection with these Grant Applications, which Grant funds are in the amount of $2,920,000 Federal funds under the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP), and are for the Alumni Drive Shared Use Path Project ($2,400,000) and the Citation Trail Phase 2 Project ($520,000). [Council Office, Maynard]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
0936-21 1 Walk on - TAP GrantResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute and submit two (2) Grant Applications to the Ky. Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) and the Lexington Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and to provide any additional information requested in connection with these Grant Applications, which Grant funds are in the amount of $2,920,000 Federal funds under the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP), and are for the Alumni Drive Shared Use Path Project ($2,400,000) and the Citation Trail Phase 2 Project ($520,000). [Council Office, Maynard]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0928-21 1 Mayor's Report 9-13-2021Communication(1) Recommending the reappointment of Colleen Hall to the Social Services Advisory Board, with term expiring September 1, 2025.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0926-21 1 Mayor's Information 9.16.21Communication (FYI)(1) Classified Civil Service Lateral Transfer of Donald Warner, Equipment Operator Sr., Grade 512N, $23.064 hourly in the Div. of Streets and Roads, effective September 6, 2021; (2) Resignation of Devonda Williams, Social Worker, in the Div. of Community and Resident Services, effective August 21, 2021; (3) Resignation of Myra Campbell, Staff Assistant Sr., in the Div. of Water Quality, effective August 4, 2021; (4) Resignation of Robert Riney, Administrative Specialist Sr., in the Div. of Revenue, effective August 15, 2021; (5) Resignation of Zachary Bowman, Police Officer, in the Div. of Police, effective August 20, 2021; (6) Resignation of Caleb Hubbard, CS Supervisor, in the Div. of LexCall, effective August 13, 2021; (7) Resignation of Megan Griffith, Attorney, in the Dept. of Law, effective August 11, 2021; (8) Resignation of Bradley Danner, Firefighter, in the Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, effective August 9, 2021; (9) Resignation of LaDonna Roberts, Administrative Specialist, in the Div. of Water Quality, effective August 19, 2021; (10) Resignation of ParkeReceived and Filed  Action details Not available