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Today's Dothan City Commission Meeting

Matt Boster

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Posted by: Matt Boster
Date: Sep 17 2019 8:50 AM


AGENDA
  CITY COMMISSION MEETING
DOTHAN, ALABAMA
10:00 A.M., September 17, 2019





1.


Invocation: Pastor W. Charles Lewis - Dothan Community Church







2.


Pledge of Allegiance: Commissioner Kirkland







3.


Roll Call: Saliba__Dorsey__Fleming__Kirkland__Ferguson__Kenward__Crutchfield__







4.


Approval of Previous Minutes:



• Minutes of Meeting of September 3, 2019
   






5.


Communications from Mayor and City Commissioners:


   

• Proclamation – “Family Day - A Day to Eat Dinner with Your Children” – Madison Houston, Senior, Dothan High School.

• Proclamation – “Fashion Week Dothan”, Vanessa Riley Harris, Executive Director, Single Parents in Need Nationally, Inc. (SPINN).






6.


Communications from City Manager:







7.


Communications from City Clerk:



• Application for a Lounge Retail Liquor License, Class II (Package) (off premise) for Legacy Wine and Spirits, 3684 South Park Avenue, by Kevin Patel.

• Application for a Retail Beer and Retail Table Wine License (off premise) for Selma Street Market, 1351 East Selma Street, by Birenkumar Soni.

• Application for a Retail Beer and Retail Table Wine License (on or off premise) for David’s Catfish House, 1708 Westgate Parkway, by Parker Armstrong.







8.


Public Hearing regarding the abatement and removal of noxious or dangerous weeds.






9.


Res. No._________Declaring certain properties which are overgrown with weeds, scrub, wild bushes, grass and other vegetable growth as injurious to the health, safety and welfare of the community as nuisances and ordering that the properties be abated.






10.


Res. No._________Declaring certain properties which are overgrown with weeds, scrub, wild bushes, grass and other vegetable growth as injurious to the health, safety and welfare of the community as nuisances and calling for a public hearing to be held on the matter during the regularly scheduled commission meeting on October 15, 2019.






11.


Res. No._________Amending various accounts in the 2019 Fiscal Year Budget.






12.


Res. No._________Declaring certain personal property as obsolete and no longer needed for public or municipal purposes and authorizing the disposal of said property by whatever means is determined to be in the best interest of the City.






13.


Res. No._________Approving Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) fees, in the amount of $17,990.00, and accepting Environmental Covenants as part of completing the remediation of the Complex Fuel Spill.






14.


Res. No._________Awarding the bid, entering into a contract and issuing a Notice to Proceed and other related documents to C and R Contracting, LLC. for Bid No.19-100, Alternate 1A Omussee Creek WWTP Dewatering Building Cover, for the sum of $64,693.20.






15.


Res. No._________Applying for and accepting grant funds from the State of Alabama Department of Education for the At-Risk After School Food Service Program for children; entering into an agreement with the United States Department of Agriculture for administration of the program; and entering into an agreement and awarding the bid to Breakfast at Tammie’s, in the amount of $263,117.40, for providing the food services.






16.


Res. No._________Accepting funding from the United States Secret Service to participate in the U.S. Secret Service Alabama Electronic Crimes Task Force for reimbursement of equipment totaling $829.00, and appropriating funds for said equipment.






17.


Res. No._________Entering into an agreement with the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces (OCDETF) Program for reimbursement of overtime expenditures related to the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force up to $16,000.00.






18.


Res. No._________Accepting a Community Involvement Grant Award from the United States Tennis Association Pro Circuit, in the amount of $1,000.00, to help fund the Kids’ Days activities at the Hardee’s Pro Classic, and appropriating funds for said activities.






19.


Res. No._________Entering into an agreement with Academy Sports + Outdoors for the sponsorship of the Dothan Leisure Services “Youth Fishing Day”.






20.


Res. No._________Approving payment of invoices for the month of August, 2019 in the amount of $23,262,714.38.






21.


Res. No._________Re-appointing Ruby Harris, Michael Wyant, Victor Laurie, Twyla Williams, Buford George, Rufus Davis, Vanessa Riley Harris, Melissa Wilson, and Anita Dawkins as members of the Community Development Advisory Board.






22.


Res. No._________Awarding bids and approving other purchases over $15,000.00 by the City, and appropriating funds for said bids.





23.


Res. No._________Approving advance travel requests for City employees.






24.


Acceptance of an easement from Friend Bank, needed for installing water main for the Ross Clark Circle Utility Relocation Project Phase 2.






25.


Adjournment.







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