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Meeting Name: Urban County Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/28/2021 6:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
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1084-21 1 Minutes of the October 14, 2021 Council Meeting.MinutesMinutes of the October 14, 2021 Council Meeting.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1057-21 11.BA schedule 0013 PO RollOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to provide funds for purchase orders rolling from FY 2021 into FY 2022, and appropriating and re-appropriating funds, Schedule No. 13. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1059-21 12.Budget Amendment Sch. 0014OrdinanceAn 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. 14. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0962-21 13.22.0009 Youth Services - Abolish/CreateOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending the authorized strength by abolishing one (1) vacant classified position of Social Worker Sr., Grade 517E, and creating one (1) classified position of Certified Social Worker, Grade 518E, in the Div. of Youth Services, effective upon passage of Council. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1058-21 14.walk on ADU report outOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Articles 1-11, 3-12(a)-(o), 5-4(a)(2), 8-5(c)(10), 8-5(d)(14), 8-9(c)(9), 8-10(c)(9), 8-12(c)(1), 22B-3(8), 23-3(d), 23A-5(c) and 23A-5(d)(10) of the Zoning Ordinance to include general zoning provisions for the incorporation and regulation of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU’s). (LFUCG Planning Commission). [Council Office, Maynard]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1042-21 15.Outdoor Footprint AmendmentOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending and restating Ordinance No. 42-2020, as amended and restated by Ordinance No. 54-2020; Ordinance No. 80-2020; Ordinance No. 103-2020; and Ordinance No. 18-2021, which pertains to the suspension of certain Ordinances for expanded restaurant, bar, and retail business uses, to extend the deadline through December 31, 2021; to remove certain references to the Governor’s business reopening requirements; to require businesses acting under this Ordinance to refrain from blocking sewer inlets; to require any barriers utilized to protect patrons from vehicles be crashworthy; to clarify that businesses will be required to obtain a sidewalk cafe permit for use of the public right of way after December 31, 2021; and to clarify that insurance coverage shall be required at all times for businesses utilizing sidewalks, on-street parking, or parks under this Ordinance, effective upon passage of Council. [Mayor's Office, Peacher]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1042-21 1 Outdoor Footprint AmendmentOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending and restating Ordinance No. 42-2020, as amended and restated by Ordinance No. 54-2020; Ordinance No. 80-2020; Ordinance No. 103-2020; and Ordinance No. 18-2021, which pertains to the suspension of certain Ordinances for expanded restaurant, bar, and retail business uses, to extend the deadline through December 31, 2021; to remove certain references to the Governor’s business reopening requirements; to require businesses acting under this Ordinance to refrain from blocking sewer inlets; to require any barriers utilized to protect patrons from vehicles be crashworthy; to clarify that businesses will be required to obtain a sidewalk cafe permit for use of the public right of way after December 31, 2021; and to clarify that insurance coverage shall be required at all times for businesses utilizing sidewalks, on-street parking, or parks under this Ordinance, effective upon passage of Council. [Mayor's Office, Peacher]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
1042-21 1 Outdoor Footprint AmendmentOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending and restating Ordinance No. 42-2020, as amended and restated by Ordinance No. 54-2020; Ordinance No. 80-2020; Ordinance No. 103-2020; and Ordinance No. 18-2021, which pertains to the suspension of certain Ordinances for expanded restaurant, bar, and retail business uses, to extend the deadline through December 31, 2021; to remove certain references to the Governor’s business reopening requirements; to require businesses acting under this Ordinance to refrain from blocking sewer inlets; to require any barriers utilized to protect patrons from vehicles be crashworthy; to clarify that businesses will be required to obtain a sidewalk cafe permit for use of the public right of way after December 31, 2021; and to clarify that insurance coverage shall be required at all times for businesses utilizing sidewalks, on-street parking, or parks under this Ordinance, effective upon passage of Council. [Mayor's Office, Peacher]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1069-21 16.2022 council calendarOrdinanceAn Ordinance pursuant to Section 2-1(a) of the Code of Ordinances of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, adopting a schedule of meetings for the Council for the calendar year 2022. [Council Office, Maynard]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1064-21 17.PLN-MAR-21-00010: LEXINGTON HOME OWNERSHIPOrdinanceAn Ordinance changing the zone from a Neighborhood Business (B-1) zone to a Planned Neighborhood Residential (R-3) zone, for 0.32 net (0.47 gross) acre, for properties located at 309, 311 and 315 Race St. and 431 and 433 E. Third St. (Lexington Home Ownership; Council District 1). Approval 10-0 (To Be Heard By December 22, 2021) [Div. of Planning, Duncan]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1065-21 18.PLN-MAR-21-00011: WALKER PROPERTIES OF CENTRAL KY, LLCOrdinanceAn Ordinance changing the zone from a Wholesale and Warehouse Business (B-4) zone to a Restricted Light Industrial (I-1) zone, for 2.33 net (2.49 gross) acres, for property located at 720-740 National Ave., and for 1.69 net (2.41 gross) acres, for property located at 737 National Ave. (Walker Properties of Central KY, LLC; Council District 3). Approval 10-0 (To Be Heard By December 22, 2021) [Div. of Planning, Duncan]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1111-21 19.Walk on - ORD Amend 1069-21 Council CalendarOrdinanceAn Ordinance suspending Ordinance No. 292-2005 for the submission of the Mayor’s proposed annual operating and capital improvements Budgets for FY 2023, and directing that these Budgets be submitted to the Urban County Council by no later than April 19, 2022. [Council Office, Maynard]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1108-21 110.ARPA allocation for VisitLexOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government for VisitLex in the amount of $1,000,000 out of American Rescue Plan Act Funds as approved at Work Session October 26, 2021, and appropriating and re-appropriating funds, Schedule No. 17. [Council Office, Maynard]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1110-21 111.ARPA Affordable Housing allocationOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government for Affordable Housing in the amount of $10,000,000 out of American Rescue Plan Act Funds as approved at Work Session October 26, 2021, and appropriating and re-appropriating funds, Schedule No. 18. [Council Office, Maynard]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1112-21 112.ARPA Broadband allocationOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government for broadband infrastructure in the amount of $30,000 out of American Rescue Plan Act Funds as approved at Work Session October 26, 2021, and appropriating and re-appropriating funds, Schedule No. 19. [Council Office, Maynard]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1113-21 113.ARPA Overnight Shelter allocationOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government for overnight shelter in the amount of $1,400,000 out of American Rescue Plan Act Funds as approved at Work Session October 26, 2021, and appropriating and re-appropriating funds, Schedule No. 20. [Council Office, Maynard]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1114-21 114.Budget Amendment Sch. 0015OrdinanceAn 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. 15. [Div. of Budgeting, Lueker]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1122-21 115.Budget Amendments October Fund BalanceOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending certain of the Budgets of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government for Committee of the Whole appropriations for parking repairs, compensation study, and IT infrastructure as approved at Work Session October 26, 2021, and appropriating and re-appropriating funds, Schedule No. 21. [Council Office, Maynard]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1076-21 116.22.0015 Youth Services - Abolish/CreateOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending the authorized strength by abolishing one (1) vacant classified position of Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Grade 519E, and creating one (1) classified position of Certified Social Worker, Grade 518E, in the Div. of Youth Services, effective upon passage of Council. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1131-21 117.walk on Vacation Balances extendedOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 006-2021, to extend Classified Civil Service employees’ vacation leave balance carryover date from December 31, 2022 to December 31, 2023.Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1131-21 1 walk on Vacation Balances extendedOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 006-2021, to extend Classified Civil Service employees’ vacation leave balance carryover date from December 31, 2022 to December 31, 2023.Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
1131-21 1 walk on Vacation Balances extendedOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 006-2021, to extend Classified Civil Service employees’ vacation leave balance carryover date from December 31, 2022 to December 31, 2023.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1130-21 118.walk on Holiday Balances extendedOrdinanceAn Ordinance extending the accumulated holiday leave balance carryover for Classified Civil Service employees from December 31, 2021 to December 31, 2023; providing that Classified Civil Service employees shall have their holiday leave balances reduced to ten (10) working days (eighty hours) on December 31, 2023; and providing that a Classified Civil Service employee who separates from service prior to December 31, 2023 shall be paid for all accumulated holiday leave; effective upon passage of Council.Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1130-21 1 walk on Holiday Balances extendedOrdinanceAn Ordinance extending the accumulated holiday leave balance carryover for Classified Civil Service employees from December 31, 2021 to December 31, 2023; providing that Classified Civil Service employees shall have their holiday leave balances reduced to ten (10) working days (eighty hours) on December 31, 2023; and providing that a Classified Civil Service employee who separates from service prior to December 31, 2023 shall be paid for all accumulated holiday leave; effective upon passage of Council.Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
1130-21 1 walk on Holiday Balances extendedOrdinanceAn Ordinance extending the accumulated holiday leave balance carryover for Classified Civil Service employees from December 31, 2021 to December 31, 2023; providing that Classified Civil Service employees shall have their holiday leave balances reduced to ten (10) working days (eighty hours) on December 31, 2023; and providing that a Classified Civil Service employee who separates from service prior to December 31, 2023 shall be paid for all accumulated holiday leave; effective upon passage of Council.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1126-21 119.walk on Juneteenth & Veterans DayOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Section 21-38 of the Code of Ordinances declaring Juneteenth Independence Day (June 19th) and Veterans Day (November 11th) as holidays for all Classified Civil Service employees, effective January 1, 2022.Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1126-21 1 walk on Juneteenth & Veterans DayOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Section 21-38 of the Code of Ordinances declaring Juneteenth Independence Day (June 19th) and Veterans Day (November 11th) as holidays for all Classified Civil Service employees, effective January 1, 2022.Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
1126-21 1 walk on Juneteenth & Veterans DayOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Section 21-38 of the Code of Ordinances declaring Juneteenth Independence Day (June 19th) and Veterans Day (November 11th) as holidays for all Classified Civil Service employees, effective January 1, 2022.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1127-21 120.walk on On Call SupplementOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Section 21-27(f) of the Code of Ordinances increasing the on-call pay supplement from two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) per day to ten dollars ($10.00) per day (Monday through Friday) and from four dollars ($4.00) per day to fifteen dollars ($15.00) per day on weekends and holidays for any Classified Civil Service employee who is officially designated as “on-call”, effective December 6, 2021.Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1127-21 1 walk on On Call SupplementOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Section 21-27(f) of the Code of Ordinances increasing the on-call pay supplement from two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) per day to ten dollars ($10.00) per day (Monday through Friday) and from four dollars ($4.00) per day to fifteen dollars ($15.00) per day on weekends and holidays for any Classified Civil Service employee who is officially designated as “on-call”, effective December 6, 2021.Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
1127-21 1 walk on On Call SupplementOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Section 21-27(f) of the Code of Ordinances increasing the on-call pay supplement from two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) per day to ten dollars ($10.00) per day (Monday through Friday) and from four dollars ($4.00) per day to fifteen dollars ($15.00) per day on weekends and holidays for any Classified Civil Service employee who is officially designated as “on-call”, effective December 6, 2021.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1132-21 121.walk on Hazardous PayOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Section 21-27(h) of the Code of Ordinances increasing the hazardous duty supplement from fifty dollars ($50.00) per month to ninety dollars ($90.00) per month for full-time non-sworn exempt and nonexempt employees meeting the high risk criteria set forth in the Ordinance, effective December 6, 2021.Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1132-21 1 walk on Hazardous PayOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Section 21-27(h) of the Code of Ordinances increasing the hazardous duty supplement from fifty dollars ($50.00) per month to ninety dollars ($90.00) per month for full-time non-sworn exempt and nonexempt employees meeting the high risk criteria set forth in the Ordinance, effective December 6, 2021.Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
1132-21 1 walk on Hazardous PayOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Section 21-27(h) of the Code of Ordinances increasing the hazardous duty supplement from fifty dollars ($50.00) per month to ninety dollars ($90.00) per month for full-time non-sworn exempt and nonexempt employees meeting the high risk criteria set forth in the Ordinance, effective December 6, 2021.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1128-21 122.walk on $15 min payOrdinanceAn Ordinance granting a pay increase to a minimum rate of fifteen dollars ($15.00) hourly for any full-time, part-time and seasonal non-Contract Bargaining Unit employees whose hourly rate of pay is less than fifteen ($15.00) dollars per hour after receiving the additional three percent (3%) salary increase for FY 2022, if applicable, effective beginning January 3, 2022.Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1128-21 1 walk on $15 min payOrdinanceAn Ordinance granting a pay increase to a minimum rate of fifteen dollars ($15.00) hourly for any full-time, part-time and seasonal non-Contract Bargaining Unit employees whose hourly rate of pay is less than fifteen ($15.00) dollars per hour after receiving the additional three percent (3%) salary increase for FY 2022, if applicable, effective beginning January 3, 2022.Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
1128-21 1 walk on $15 min payOrdinanceAn Ordinance granting a pay increase to a minimum rate of fifteen dollars ($15.00) hourly for any full-time, part-time and seasonal non-Contract Bargaining Unit employees whose hourly rate of pay is less than fifteen ($15.00) dollars per hour after receiving the additional three percent (3%) salary increase for FY 2022, if applicable, effective beginning January 3, 2022.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1129-21 123.walk on 3% RaiseOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending the compensation system salary schedules providing a two percent (2%) structure movement to the salary schedules applicable to all full-time and part-time positions in the classification and compensation system’s unified pay plan; effective January 3, 2022; providing that all full-time and part-time employees included in the unified pay plan shall receive an additional three percent (3.0%) pay increase for FY 2022; providing that Sections 21-29(c) and 22-26(5) notwithstanding, all employees at or above the maximum of the grade salary range shall receive an additional three percent (3.0%) pay increase for FY 2022; amending Section 23-32(d) of the Code of Ordinances increasing the existing step structure for the positions of Police Chief, Grade 324E, and Fire Chief, Grade 324E by an additional three percent (3.0%) and adjusting the salaries accordingly; and increasing the salary by an additional three percent (3.0%) for three (3) positions of Law Clerk - P\T, within the Dept. of Law; one (1) position of Council Administrator within the Office of the Urban County Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1129-21 1 walk on 3% RaiseOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending the compensation system salary schedules providing a two percent (2%) structure movement to the salary schedules applicable to all full-time and part-time positions in the classification and compensation system’s unified pay plan; effective January 3, 2022; providing that all full-time and part-time employees included in the unified pay plan shall receive an additional three percent (3.0%) pay increase for FY 2022; providing that Sections 21-29(c) and 22-26(5) notwithstanding, all employees at or above the maximum of the grade salary range shall receive an additional three percent (3.0%) pay increase for FY 2022; amending Section 23-32(d) of the Code of Ordinances increasing the existing step structure for the positions of Police Chief, Grade 324E, and Fire Chief, Grade 324E by an additional three percent (3.0%) and adjusting the salaries accordingly; and increasing the salary by an additional three percent (3.0%) for three (3) positions of Law Clerk - P\T, within the Dept. of Law; one (1) position of Council Administrator within the Office of the Urban County Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
1129-21 1 walk on 3% RaiseOrdinanceAn Ordinance amending the compensation system salary schedules providing a two percent (2%) structure movement to the salary schedules applicable to all full-time and part-time positions in the classification and compensation system’s unified pay plan; effective January 3, 2022; providing that all full-time and part-time employees included in the unified pay plan shall receive an additional three percent (3.0%) pay increase for FY 2022; providing that Sections 21-29(c) and 22-26(5) notwithstanding, all employees at or above the maximum of the grade salary range shall receive an additional three percent (3.0%) pay increase for FY 2022; amending Section 23-32(d) of the Code of Ordinances increasing the existing step structure for the positions of Police Chief, Grade 324E, and Fire Chief, Grade 324E by an additional three percent (3.0%) and adjusting the salaries accordingly; and increasing the salary by an additional three percent (3.0%) for three (3) positions of Law Clerk - P\T, within the Dept. of Law; one (1) position of Council Administrator within the Office of the Urban County ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1133-21 124.walk onPremium PayOrdinanceAn Ordinance providing a one-time supplement payment of five thousand dollars ($5,000) for full-time non-bargaining employees included in the unified pay plan who qualify for premium pay under the American Rescue Plan Act and a one-time supplement of three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500) for all other full time non-bargaining employees included in the unified pay plan, including the Council Administrator, effective upon passage of CouncilReceived First Reading  Action details Not available
1133-21 1 walk onPremium PayOrdinanceAn Ordinance providing a one-time supplement payment of five thousand dollars ($5,000) for full-time non-bargaining employees included in the unified pay plan who qualify for premium pay under the American Rescue Plan Act and a one-time supplement of three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500) for all other full time non-bargaining employees included in the unified pay plan, including the Council Administrator, effective upon passage of CouncilSuspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
1133-21 1 walk onPremium PayOrdinanceAn Ordinance providing a one-time supplement payment of five thousand dollars ($5,000) for full-time non-bargaining employees included in the unified pay plan who qualify for premium pay under the American Rescue Plan Act and a one-time supplement of three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500) for all other full time non-bargaining employees included in the unified pay plan, including the Council Administrator, effective upon passage of CouncilApprovedPass Action details Not available
0980-21 11.Bid Recommendation for Bid#61-2021 Southland Park Stormwater ImprovementsResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Cleary Construction, Inc., in the amount of $1,017,865 for Southland Park Stormwater Improvements, for the Div. of Water Quality. (3 Bids, Low) [Martin]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0985-21 12.Bid Recommendation for Bid#46-2021 River Park Pump Station Replacement ProjectResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of MAC Construction & Excavating, Inc., in the amount of $935,000, for the River Park Pump Station Replacement Project, for the Div. of Water Quality, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with MAC Construction & Excavating, Inc., related to the bid. (2 Bids, Low) [Martin]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0997-21 13.Recommendation for Bid 94-2021 Walk-in Cooler System ReplacementResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Alliance Comfort Systems, Inc., in the amount of $116,670, for the Walk-In Cooler System Replacement Project, for the Div. of Community Corrections, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Alliance Comfort Systems, Inc., related to the bid. (2 Bids, Low) [Farmer]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1001-21 14.Recommendation for Bid #86-2021 Printing Services for Environmental ServicesResolutionA Resolution accepting the bids of Accuprint, Inc.; Copy Express; Warner’s Printing Service LLC; Elite Graphics LLC; Thoroughbred Printing; Innovative Business Concepts, Inc.; PrintLex LLC; and SouthEast Printing & Mailing, establishing price contracts for Printing Services, for the Div. of Environmental Services. (8 Bids) [Carey]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1007-21 15.Recommendation for Bid 93-2021 Snow RemovalResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of All Pro Lawn and Landscaping, establishing a price contract for Snow Removal, for the Div. of Facilities and Fleet Management. (2 Bids, Low) [Baradaran]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1008-21 16.Recommendation for Bid 87-2021 Mowing for Haley PikeResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Brownfields Development LLC, establishing a price contract for Mowing for Haley Pike, for the Div. of Waste Management. (3 Bids, Low) [Thurman]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1024-21 17.Bid Recommendation to establish a Price Contract for Bid#84-2021 Sewer Line Chemical Root ControlResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Duke’s Root Control, Inc., establishing a price contract for Sewer Line Chemical Root Control, for the Div. of Water Quality. (1 Bid) [Martin]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0866-21 18.Recommendation for Bid #77-2021 Weather Alert RadiosResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Midland Radio Corporation, establishing a price contract for Weather Alert Radios, for the Div. of Emergency Management. (1 Bid) [Dugger]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1053-21 19.Walk on re-zoning of approximately two hundred (200) acres of property located at 2850 Georgetown Road and 1490 Bull Lea RoadResolutionA Resolution initiating for Planning Commission review and recommendation the re-zoning of approximately two hundred (200) acres of property located at 2850 Georgetown Rd. and 1490 Bull Lea Rd. from an Agricultural Urban (A-U; 56.33 acres net/63.17 acres gross) zone, an Agricultural Rural (A-R; 136.26 acres net/172.26 acres gross) zone and a University Research Campus (P-2; 7.41 acres net/gross) zone to a Light Industrial (I-1) zone. [Council Office, Maynard]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0961-21 110.E911 Address Changes - Q3 2021ResolutionA Resolution changing the property street names of 1917 Westmeath Pl. to 1937 Westmeath Pl., 413-415 Johnson Ave. to 415 Johnson Ave., 1665 Margate Dr. PVA 19302460 to 1667 Margate Dr., 1681 Margate Dr. PVA 19302500 to 1683 Margate Dr., and changing the street name and property address number of 407 Douglas Ave. to 705 Chiles Ave., 373 Linden Walk to 307 Euclid Ave., all effective thirty (30) days from passage. [Div. of Enhanced 911, Patton]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0970-21 111.Partial Release of Utility Easement 1207 S. Broadway/416 & 420 Gibson Ave.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Partial Release of Easement, releasing a utility easement on the properties located at 406 Gibson Ave., 410 Gibson Ave., and 1207 South Broadway. [Dept. of Environmental Quality and Public Works, Albright]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0972-21 112.Request Council authorization to submit an allocation plan and accept $4,865,246 of federal funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development from the HOME Investment Partnerships Program to assist individuals who are homeless, at risk of hoResolutionA Resolution ratifying the Mayor’s prior execution of an Agreement with the United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the acceptance of an award of $4,865,246 in Federal funds under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, in order to provide housing and supporting services to vulnerable populations, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government to the expenditure of funds, and authorizing and directing the Mayor to submit an allocation plan to HUD and to provide any additional information requested by HUD in connection with that allocation plan, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grant Budget. [Div. of Grants and Special Programs, Lanter]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0984-21 213.UK MOU for clinical training with paramedic studentsResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with the University of Ky., for paramedic clinical training. [Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, Wells]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
0987-21 214.Request Council authorization to approve an agreement in the amount of $223,000 with Management Registry Inc. (previously known as Omnisource Integrated Supply, LLC,) for CSEPP support staff.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement, and/or to amend an existing Agreement, with Management Registry, Inc., in order to continue providing support staff for the Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (CSEPP), at a cost not to exceed $223,000 in FY 2022. [Div. of Emergency Management, Dugger]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1020-21 115.NDF 10 12 21ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Agreements with Saddle Club Subdivision HOA, Inc. ($500), FDHS Swim and Dive Boosters, Inc. ($600), Georgetown Street Area NA, Inc. ($500), Share Center Lexington, Inc. ($1,600), Ky. Refugee Ministries, Inc. ($1,175), the Larry Gilbert-Dave Bunnell Foundation, Inc. ($950), and CASA of Lexington ($1,000), 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
0895-21 116.Legacy Trail EasementResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept a permanent forty (40) foot access easement of a portion of 1180 Newtown Pike from Lexmark International Inc., for the relocation of the Legacy Trail. [Div. of Engineering, Burton]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0986-21 217.Request Council authorization to execute Supplemental No. 1 agreement and accept $10,000 of federal funds from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet for design for a School Zone Enhancement project.ResolutionA Resolution amending Resolution 029-2020 to revise the amount of the Grant Award from the Ky. Transportation Cabinet from $275,000 to $272,000, and authorizing and directing the Mayor to execute an Amendment to an Agreement with the Cabinet for a School Zone Enhancement Project. [Div. of Traffic Engineering, Neal]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0992-21 118.Idemia Identity & Security USA LLC - Maintenance and Support Agreement & Sole Source CertificationResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Police to purchase maintenance and support for fingerprint identification system from Idemia Identity & Security USA LLC, a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreement with Idemia Identity & Security USA LLC, related to the procurement, at a cost not to exceed $9,344. [Div. of Police, Weathers]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0996-21 119.Acceptance of donation from the family of Ms. Forrest Begley, containing a Mayoral portrait and 2 family bibles.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept donations of a portrait depicting the first elected Mayor of Lexington, Charles W. Foushee, and two family Bibles owned by former Mayor Foushee. [Office of the Council Clerk, Allan]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0998-21 120.OpenText ProjectResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Five Year Lease Agreement, with Dell Financial Services, as well as any documents related to the lease, for the preservation of historic data from the mainframe system, for the Chief Information Officer, at a cost not to exceed $35,518.25 in FY 2022. [Div. of Computer Services, Nugent]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
0999-21 121.Americorp AgreementResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Service Site Agreement between the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government and the Ky. Environmental Education Leadership Corps (an AmeriCorps Program of the Ky. Environmental Education Council), for the assignment of an AmeriCorps member to the Div. of Parks and Recreation for a period of one year, at a cost not to exceed $4,000. [Div. of Parks and Recreation, Conrad]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1000-21 122.AE ELECTRICAL SOLUTIONS, MRF UPDATE SOLEResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Dept. of Environmental Quality and Public Works, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to purchase services and materials for the installation, maintenance, and repair of the electrical system at the Materials Recycling Facility, from AE Electrical Solutions, a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreements with AE Electrical Solutions related to the procurement. [Div. of Waste Management, Thurman]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1000-21 1 AE ELECTRICAL SOLUTIONS, MRF UPDATE SOLEResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Dept. of Environmental Quality and Public Works, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to purchase services and materials for the installation, maintenance, and repair of the electrical system at the Materials Recycling Facility, from AE Electrical Solutions, a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreements with AE Electrical Solutions related to the procurement. [Div. of Waste Management, Thurman]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
1000-21 1 AE ELECTRICAL SOLUTIONS, MRF UPDATE SOLEResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Dept. of Environmental Quality and Public Works, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to purchase services and materials for the installation, maintenance, and repair of the electrical system at the Materials Recycling Facility, from AE Electrical Solutions, a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreements with AE Electrical Solutions related to the procurement. [Div. of Waste Management, Thurman]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1002-21 123.SIS Lease Agreement & QuoteResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Quote and Lease Agreement with Software Information Systems, for new hardware and security software, at a cost not to exceed $161,045. [Div. of Police, Weathers]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1003-21 124.Voluntary Collection Agreement with HomeAwayResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Voluntary Collection Agreement with HomeAway.com, Inc., for the collection and remittance of local transient room taxes on behalf of hosts, at no cost to the Urban County Government. [Div. of Revenue, Holbrook]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1004-21 125.Landmark Sprinkler, MRF Sole SOurceResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Dept. of Environmental Quality and Public Works, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to purchase services for the removal, redesign, and reinstallation of a portion of the sprinkler system at the Materials Recycling Facility, from Landmark Sprinkler, Inc., a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreement with Landmark Sprinkler, Inc., related to the procurement, at a cost estimated not to exceed $108,500. [Div. of Waste Management, Thurman]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1004-21 1 Landmark Sprinkler, MRF Sole SOurceResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Dept. of Environmental Quality and Public Works, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to purchase services for the removal, redesign, and reinstallation of a portion of the sprinkler system at the Materials Recycling Facility, from Landmark Sprinkler, Inc., a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreement with Landmark Sprinkler, Inc., related to the procurement, at a cost estimated not to exceed $108,500. [Div. of Waste Management, Thurman]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
1004-21 1 Landmark Sprinkler, MRF Sole SOurceResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Dept. of Environmental Quality and Public Works, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to purchase services for the removal, redesign, and reinstallation of a portion of the sprinkler system at the Materials Recycling Facility, from Landmark Sprinkler, Inc., a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreement with Landmark Sprinkler, Inc., related to the procurement, at a cost estimated not to exceed $108,500. [Div. of Waste Management, Thurman]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1005-21 126.MOA Capital Court AuthorityResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Memorandum of Agreement (awarded pursuant to RFP 20-2021) with Capital Court Authority, LLC, for the provision of drug testing services and reporting for offenders on electronic monitoring and for those on supervised probation, at no cost to the Urban County Government. [Div. of Community Corrections, Farmer]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1006-21 127.Extended Warranty Romaine CompaniesResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to purchase a Four (4) Year Extended Warranty Agreement from Romaine Companies, Inc., for the body scanner located at the Fayette County Detention Center. [Div. of Community Corrections, Farmer]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1022-21 128.EHI Consultants RFP-25-2021 RecommendationResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of EHI Consultants in the amount of $37,000 for design services, construction services, and other related services at Shillito and Southland Parks, as outlined in the response to RFP No. 25-2021, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with EHI Consultants related to the bid. [Div. of Grants and Special Programs, Lanter]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1023-21 129.Lexington Center Corp Kiddie Kapers AgreementResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a license Agreement with the Lexington Center Corporation to host Kiddie Kapers at the Lexington Opera House, at a cost not to exceed $9,900. [Div. of Parks and Recreation, Conrad]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1028-21 130.Palmer Pharmacy Building Adaptive ReuseResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to negotiate and enter into a Redevelopment Agreement (awarded pursuant to RFP 27-2021) with the United Way of the Bluegrass, for renovation and adaptive reuse of the former Palmer Pharmacy Building, located at 400 East Fifth St., at no cost to the Urban County Government. [Dept. of General Services, Ford]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1029-21 231.Request Council authorization to execute Contract Modification No. 2 in the amount of $39,295.00 with EA Partners for design of Town Branch Trail Crossing for a new total of $130,895.00.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, to execute Contract Modification No. 2 with EA Partners, in order to increase the Contract price by $39,295 for design services related to Town Branch Trail Crossing, raising the total Contract price from $91,600 to $130,895. [Div. of Engineering, Burton]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1030-21 232.Request Council authorization to approve LocusUSA as a sole source provider for the purchase of DiagnostX for the Division of Emergency Managerment at a cost not to exceed $54,205.ResolutionA Resolution establishing Locus Diagnostics, LLC, d/b/a LocusUSA, as a sole source provider for DiagnostX for the Div. of Emergency Management, and authorizing the Mayor, or her designee, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreements with Locus Diagnostics, LLC, d/b/a LocusUSA, related to the procurement of these goods, at a cost not to exceed $54,205. [Div. of Emergency Management, Dugger]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1031-21 233.Request Council Authorization to accept a grant award of $500 from Kentucky American Water’s Firefighting Support Grant Program for the purchase of Personal Protective Equipment for the Division of Fire and Emergency Services.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept a $500 Grant from Ky. American Water’s Firefighting Support Grant Program for the purchase of Personal Protective Equipment Hoods for the Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government to 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
1032-21 234.Request Council Authorization to accept a grant award of $3,000 from the Norfolk Southern Corporation Community Impact Grant Program for the purchase of an E-bike for the Division of Police.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept a $3,000 Grant from the Norfolk Southern Corporation Community Impact Grant Program, for the purchase of an E-bike for the Div. of Police, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government for 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
1035-21 235.Request Council authorization to execute modifications to agreements with the Kentucky Department of Military Affairs, Division of Emergency Management for federal funds under the Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (CSEPP) for FY 2019 and FResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute modifications to two (2) Agreements with the Ky. Dept. of Military Affairs, Div. of Emergency Management, under the Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (CSEPP) for FY 2019 and FY 2020, extending the period of performance for both Agreements through September 30, 2022. [Div. of Emergency Management, Dugger]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1036-21 236.Request Council authorization to execute an amendment to the agreement with New Beginnings Bluegrass, Inc. under the Emergency Solutions Grants Program to extend the period of performance through August 31, 2022.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, to execute an Amendment to an Agreement with New Beginnings Bluegrass, Inc, to extend the period of performance to August 31, 2022. [Div. of Grants and Special Programs, Lanter]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1038-21 237.Request Council authorization to execute Kentucky Child and Adult Care Food Program renewal contract for catering with Bateman Community Living, LLC dba TRIO Community Meals for catering services for breakfast, lunch and supplemental snack for the FamilyResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Renewal Contract with Bateman Community Living, LLC, d/b/a Trio Community Meals, LLC, for catering services for the Family Care Center, at a cost not to exceed $164,875.35. [Div. of Family Services, Rodes]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1038-21 2 Request Council authorization to execute Kentucky Child and Adult Care Food Program renewal contract for catering with Bateman Community Living, LLC dba TRIO Community Meals for catering services for breakfast, lunch and supplemental snack for the FamilyResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Renewal Contract with Bateman Community Living, LLC, d/b/a Trio Community Meals, LLC, for catering services for the Family Care Center, at a cost not to exceed $164,875.35. [Div. of Family Services, Rodes]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
1038-21 2 Request Council authorization to execute Kentucky Child and Adult Care Food Program renewal contract for catering with Bateman Community Living, LLC dba TRIO Community Meals for catering services for breakfast, lunch and supplemental snack for the FamilyResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Renewal Contract with Bateman Community Living, LLC, d/b/a Trio Community Meals, LLC, for catering services for the Family Care Center, at a cost not to exceed $164,875.35. [Div. of Family Services, Rodes]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1039-21 238.Request Council authorization to execute amendment to agreement with FoodChain to move Community Development Block Grant program CARES Act funds to labor and fringe from supplies in the amount $6,368.05.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Amendment to the Agreement with FoodChain to shift funding from one eligible expense to another, and further authorizing the Mayor to execute any other necessary amendments that authorize the shifting of funds already budgeted. [Div. of Grants and Special Programs, Lanter]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1040-21 239.Request Council authorization to accept award of additional federal funds from the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Department for Community Based Services in the amount of $137,540 to support child care expenses in the Extended School ProResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept a Grant from the Ky. Cabinet of Health and Family Services, Dept. for Community Based Services, which Grant funds are in the amount of $137,540 in Federal funds, for the support of child care expenses in the Extended School Program in the Div. of Parks and Recreation, the acceptance of which does not obligate the Urban County Government to the expenditure of funds, and authorizing the Mayor to transfer unencumbered funds within the Grant Budget. [Div. of Parks and Recreation, Conrad]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1046-21 240.Request Council authorization to execute Contract Modification No. 1 in the amount of $14,442.14 with Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. for additional design of Town Branch Trail/Commons increasing the contract price from $94,000 to $108,442.14.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, to execute Contract Modification No. 1 with Stantec Consulting Services, Inc., to increase the contract price by $14,442.14 for aide related to the design of a retaining wall for the Town Branch Trail/Commons, raising the total Contract price from $94,000.00 to $108,442.14. [Div. of Engineering, Burton]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1047-21 241.Request Council authorization to execute FY22 Neighborhood Action Match Program contracts with the following: Cave Hill Community Association, Inc. ($2,332), Darby Creek Townhomes Association ($4,250), Dogwood Trace Neighborhood Association ($10,000), GraResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Neighborhood Action Match Grant Program Contracts with Cave Hill Community Association, Inc. ($2,332), Darby Creek Townhomes Association ($4,250), Dogwood Trace Neighborhood Association ($10,000), Gratz Park Neighborhood Association ($2,755), Griffin Gate Community Association ($10,000), Lakeshore Village Homeowner Neighborhood Association ($7,100), Lake Area Neighborhood Association ($5,000), Rabbit Run HOA ($10,000), Saddle Club Homeowners Association ($6,750), Still Meadow HOA ($10,000), Sunny Slope Farm Homeowners Association ($10,000), The Fairways at Andover Neighborhood Association ($10,000), and Westmoreland Neighborhood Association ($6,843), for the purpose of carrying out various neighborhood activities and improvements for FY 2022, at a cost not to exceed $95,030. [Div. of Grants and Special Programs, Lanter]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1048-21 242.Request Authorization to amend Resolution No. 540-2021 to revise account numbers for a sole source provider services agreement with Everbridge, Inc. for the Alert Notification System for Emergency Management.ResolutionA Resolution amending Resolution No. 540-2021 to revise the amounts and corresponding account numbers for payment of $110,233.94 to Everbridge, Inc., for the Alert Notification System for the Div. of Emergency Management. [Div. of Emergency Management, Dugger]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1048-21 2 Request Authorization to amend Resolution No. 540-2021 to revise account numbers for a sole source provider services agreement with Everbridge, Inc. for the Alert Notification System for Emergency Management.ResolutionA Resolution amending Resolution No. 540-2021 to revise the amounts and corresponding account numbers for payment of $110,233.94 to Everbridge, Inc., for the Alert Notification System for the Div. of Emergency Management. [Div. of Emergency Management, Dugger]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
1048-21 2 Request Authorization to amend Resolution No. 540-2021 to revise account numbers for a sole source provider services agreement with Everbridge, Inc. for the Alert Notification System for Emergency Management.ResolutionA Resolution amending Resolution No. 540-2021 to revise the amounts and corresponding account numbers for payment of $110,233.94 to Everbridge, Inc., for the Alert Notification System for the Div. of Emergency Management. [Div. of Emergency Management, Dugger]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1068-21 143.ndf list 10 19 21ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute agreements with Lexington Housing for the Handicapped, Inc. ($4,949), Step by Step, Inc. ($400), and Lexington African-American Sports Hall of Fame, Inc. ($350), 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
1074-21 144.Recommendation for Bid 101-2021 Material Recycling Center Overhead Door InstallationResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Raynor Garage Doors of Lexington, in the amount of $33,820, for the Material Recycling Center Overhead Door Installation, for the Div. of Environmental Quality & Public Works. (1 Bid) [Albright]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1074-21 1 Recommendation for Bid 101-2021 Material Recycling Center Overhead Door InstallationResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Raynor Garage Doors of Lexington, in the amount of $33,820, for the Material Recycling Center Overhead Door Installation, for the Div. of Environmental Quality & Public Works. (1 Bid) [Albright]Suspended Rules for Second ReadingPass Action details Not available
1074-21 1 Recommendation for Bid 101-2021 Material Recycling Center Overhead Door InstallationResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Raynor Garage Doors of Lexington, in the amount of $33,820, for the Material Recycling Center Overhead Door Installation, for the Div. of Environmental Quality & Public Works. (1 Bid) [Albright]ApprovedPass Action details Not available
1094-21 145.Recommendation for Bid 97-2021 Pond Cleaning and Expansion at Haley Pike LandfillResolutionA Resolution accepting the bid of Sorrell Construction Services LLC, in the amount of $71,250, for Pond Cleaning and Expansion at Haley Pike Landfill, for the Div. of Waste Management, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Sorrell Construction Services LLC, related to the bid. (6 Bids, Low) [Thurman]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1096-21 146.Personnel Resolutions 10.28.21ResolutionA Resolution ratifying the Permanent Classified Civil Service Appointments of: Kendrick Adams, Recreation Manager, Grade 518E, $2,099.60 biweekly in the Div. of Parks and Recreation, effective September 15, 2021, Phoebe Kingsley, Public Service Worker, Grade 507N, $14.214 hourly in the Div. of Parks and Recreation, effective October 26, 2021; and ratifying the Permanent Sworn Appointment of: Timothy Graul, Police Sergeant, Grade 315N, $32.408 hourly in the Div. of Police, effective September 15, 2021. [Div. of Human Resources, Maxwell]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1106-21 147.Walk on $1M to VisitLexResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Subrecipient Agreement with VisitLex in order to allocate $1,000,000 of Federal funds awarded pursuant to the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, and authorizing the Mayor to execute any other needed Agreements or amendments with VisitLex related to the use of these funds. [Council Office, Maynard]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1107-21 148.Walk on Broadband Grant ProgramResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to apply for a Broadband Deployment Grant with the Ky. Infrastructure Authority and in partnership with Spectrum Mid-America, LLC, for the provision of broadband to households in Fayette County, and to execute any related documents, and further authorizing payment in an amount not to exceed $10,000 toward this project. [Council Office, Maynard]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1009-21 149.Child Care Licensed Provider Agreement for FCCResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement with Commonwealth of Ky.’s Dept. of Community Based Services, for certification of the Family Care Center as a vendor with the State-Funded Child Care Assistance Program, at no cost to the Urban County Government. [Div. of Family Services, Rodes]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1045-21 150.New Life Day Center 2nd RenewalResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute the second renewal of the Agreement with New Life Day Center, for the Litter Pickup Services with Panhandler Participation Program, at a cost not to exceed $150,000. [Div. of Environmental Services, Carey]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1052-21 151.Zoll Sole SourceResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Div. of Fire and Emergency Services to purchase cardiac monitors from Zoll, a sole source provider, and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute any necessary Agreement with Zoll, related to the procurement, at a cost not to exceed $191,147.31. [Div. of Fire and Emergency Services, Wells]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1061-21 152.Final Renewal Engineering Services Contract 188-2017ResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a fourth renewal of the Agreement with Stantec Consulting Services, Inc., for continued program management services for the Sanitary Sewer Capacity Assurance Program required by the Consent Decree, at a cost estimated not to exceed $329,370. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1063-21 153.West Hickman RAS/WASResolutionA Resolution authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute an Agreement (awarded pursuant to RFP No. 28-2021) with Strand Associates, Inc., for investigation and design services for the West Hickman Waste Water Treatment Plant RAS/WAS Improvements Project, a Remedial Measures Project required by the Consent Decree, at a cost not to exceed $179,000. [Div. of Water Quality, Martin]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1070-21 254.Request Council authorization to execute Supplemental Agreement No. 4 with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet for administration and inspection of Armstrong Mill Road Sidewalk Project.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute a Supplemental Agreement No. 4 with Ky. Transportation Cabinet, for administration and inspection of Armstrong Mill Rd. Sidewalk Project, at a cost not to exceed $ 299,400. [Div. of Engineering, Burton]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1072-21 455.Request Council Authorization to execute Contract Modification No. 8 to the agreement with Gresham Smith and Partners for the Town Branch Commons Corridor project for construction administration services at a cost not to exceed $79,954.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Contract Modification No. 8 to the Agreement with Gresham Smith and Partners for Construction Administrative Services related to the Town Branch Commons Corridor Project, at a cost not to exceed $79,954. [Mayor's Office, Peacher]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1073-21 256.Request Council authorization to execute Change Order No.3 with Pace Contracting for the Town Branch Commons Corridor Construction Project for work in Zones 1, 2, 3 and 4. Increasing the contract price by the sum of $1,042,942.57 from $20,877,417 to $21,9ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Change Order No. Three (3) to the Agreement with Pace Contracting, LLC, for the Town Branch Commons Corridor Construction Project Zones 1-4, increasing the contract price by $1,042,942.57 and raising the total contract price from $20,877,417.00 to $21,920,359.57, pending approval from the Ky. Transportation Cabinet. [Mayor's Office, Peacher]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1075-21 457.Request Council authorization to accept award of federal funds in the amount of $153,791 from the US Department of Justice under the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program - FY 2022. No matching funds are required.ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to accept a Grant from the U.S. Dept. of Justice (DOJ) under the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program, which Grant funds are in the amount of $153,791 in Federal funds, for the purchase of equipment and technology investments for the Div. of Police, 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 Police, Weathers]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1078-21 158.Collective BargainingResolutionA Resolution accepting the Collective Bargaining Agreement by and between the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government and Bluegrass Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge No. 4, Police Officers and Sergeants Unit. [Dept. of Law, Speckert]Received First Reading  Action details Not available
1093-21 159.ndf 10 26 21ResolutionA Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor, on behalf of the Urban County Government, to execute Agreements with Lady Veterans Connect, Inc. ($1,200), Greenhouse17, Inc. ($2,300), and Lexington Leadership Foundation, Urban Impact ($350), 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
1095-21 1 Mayor's Report 10-28-21Communication(1) Recommending the reappointment of Daniel Mason and the appointment of Marc Mathews to the Airport Board both with terms expiring December 31, 2025; (2) Recommending the removal of Sarah Van Vooren, US Navy Veteran Representative, and the appointment of Terrie Nagey, US Navy Veteran Representative, to the Commission on Veterans’ Affairs with a term expiring July 1, 2025; (3) Recommending the reappointment of Tim Queary, Urban Forester, to the Corridors Commission with a term expiring August 1, 2025; (4) Recommending the reappointment of Shannon Singleton to the Ethics Commission with a term expiring October 1, 2025; (5) Recommending the appointment of Marc Woods, filling the unexpired term of Carrie Rudzik, to the Homelessness Prevention and Intervention Board with a term expiring October 1, 2022; (6) Recommending the reappointments of Mindy Haas and Dan Wu, and the appointments of Trevion McFarland, filling the unexpired term of Vibert Forsythe, and Tina Nance to the Human Rights Commission with terms expiring January 1, 2026, January 1, 2026, January 4, 2024, and JanuarApprovedPass Action details Not available
1097-21 1 Mayor's InformationCommunication (FYI)(1) Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointment of Charlene Ptasnik, Administrative Specialist Sr., Grade 516N, $20.132 hourly in the Div. of Revenue, effective October 25, 2021; (2) Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointment of John Pennington, Maintenance Supervisor, Grade 519E, $2,300.48 biweekly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective October 25, 2021; (3) Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointment of Shaun Gatewood, Engineering Technician Sr., Grade 516N, $21.957 hourly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective October 25, 2021; (4) Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointment of Bobby Purchase, Maintenance Mechanic, Grade 515N, $22.032 hourly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective October 25, 2021; (5) Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointment of Darryl Gibbons, Public Service Worker Sr., Grade 509N, $14.971 hourly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective November 8, 2021; (6) Probationary Classified Civil Service Appointment of Jayquan Johnson, Public Service Worker Sr., Grade 509N, $14.496 hourly in the Div. of Water Quality, effective OctoReceived and Filed  Action details Not available