Tuscaloosa City Council Agenda for Jun 20

The Tuscaloosa City Council will accommodate during 6 p.m. Tuesday in a legislature chambers on a second floor of City Hall, 2201 University Blvd. The following equipment will be on a agenda:

• Adopting amendments to rezone 0.46 acres during 1425, 1513 and 1515 Veterans Memorial Parkway from BGO to BN.

• Declaring skill over-abundance and sanctioning a disposal.

• Awarding bid for squeeze of 6 half-ton pickup trucks from Tuscaloosa Ford; total:  $136,314.36.

• Awarding bid to Woody Anderson Ford for a squeeze of dual ¾ ton trucks with application beds; total:  $57,714.

• Awarding bid to Southland International Trucks Inc. for a squeeze of 3 lorry framework with knuckle bang loaders; total:  $344,150.94.

• Awarding bid to Southland International Trucks Inc. for a purchase, etc., of one lorry chassis; total: $68,796.

• Authorizing remuneration to Joel Osterloh in allotment of a claim; total: $822.48.

• Authorizing an composition and reinstate of additional deposition to K A Builders Inc. for designation of H2O mains and services for PARA Sokol North restroom, glow line: $1,039.27.

• Authorizing a mayor to govern a agreement with Electric Machine Control Inc. as veteran consultant for SCADA program and programming; total: not to surpass $106,848.

• Amending an agreement with Southeast Appraisals Inc. for veteran skill estimation services per a Rice Mine Road Improvements Project Phase III; sum increase: $1,600.

• Authorizing a consulting agreement with CMH Architects Inc. for a master formulation west Tuscaloosa project; total: not to surpass $417,825.

• Authorizing a financial executive to pull drafts for a Lift Station 3 improvements plan skill acquisitions; total: $64,600.

• Authorizing final extended tenure with Red Mountain Entertainment Inc. for veteran booking, promoting, promotion and associated services for events during a Tuscaloosa Amphitheater; total: $15,000 a month.  

• Adopting a 35th amendment to a open works collateral account budget.

• Adopting a initial amendment to a 2016 state revolving loan fund-drinking H2O budget.

• Adopting a initial amendment to a 2016 state revolving loan fund-clean H2O budget.

• Adopting a sixth amendment to a mercantile 2016 ubiquitous haven for destiny alleviation fund.

• Authorizing rejecting of all bids perceived for a 2017 comment and cleaning plan and sanctioning rebid.

• Authorizing an amendment to a advantage remuneration services agreement with MetLife.

• Tentatively awarding a open works agreement to Price Construction Co. Inc. for a Cypress Creek spotless cesspool manhole 7793 project; total: $683,289.

• Appointing and reappointing members to several boards. (Council member Phyllis Odom to a formulation elect and Bart Adcox, Allison Arendale, Claude Edwards, Jim Flemming, Carl Edwards, Brock Corder and Lisa Riley to a Industrial Development Authority.

• Establishing use fees.

• Authorizing a remuneration of bills; total: $161,219.88. P37



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