Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Fayetteville City Council approves new home energy-efficiency standards and update of tree-protection ordinance, but I still don't know why city needs to buy a slope mower and hay-baler: What slope needs mowing or what hay field needs a baler?

Spring International students recognized by Mayor Jordan during council meeting
http://accessfayetteville.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?publish%20id=23 Council meeting rerun on video NOW.
Mayor Lioneld Jordan

City Attorney Kit Williams

City Clerk Sondra Smith
Aldermen 
Ward 1 Position 1 – Adella Gray
Ward 1 Position 2 – Brenda Boudreaux
Ward 2 Position 1 – Mark Kinion
Ward 2 Position 2 – Matthew Petty
Ward 3 Position 1 – Justin Tennant
Ward 3 Position 2 – Robert Ferrell
Ward 4 Position 1 – Rhonda Adams
Ward 4 Position 2 – Sarah Lewis

Final Agenda
City of Fayetteville Arkansas
City Council Meeting
July 17, 2012


A meeting of the Fayetteville City Council will be held on July 17, 2012 at 6:00 PM in Room 219 of the City Administration Building located at 113 West Mountain Street, Fayetteville, Arkansas.



Call to Order


Roll Call


Pledge of Allegiance


Mayor’s Announcements, Proclamations and Recognitions:


City Council Meeting Presentations, Reports and Discussion Items:


Agenda Additions:


A.Consent:


1.Approval of the June 19, 2012 and July 3, 2012 City Council meeting minutes.

2.Parkland Dedication Fees:  A resolution approving a budget adjustment in the total amount of $38,426.00 recognizing parkland dedication fees from the Northeast and Northwest Quadrants to be applied for additions to Gulley Park and insurance proceeds related to the destruction of the Red Oak Park playground.



3.Bid #12-40 Luber Bros, Inc.:  A resolution awarding Bid #12-40 and authorizing the purchase of one (1) Deweze ATM72LG slope mower from Luber Bros., Inc. of Tulsa, Oklahoma in the total amount of $41,209.40, for use by the Transportation Division, and approving a budget adjustment.


4.Bid #12-48 Williams Tractor:  A resolution awarding Bid #12-48 and authorizing the purchase of one (1) large square baler from Williams Tractor of Fayetteville in the total amount of $81,488.00, for use by wastewater treatment, and approving a budget adjustment.


5.Bid #12-49 Sellers Trading Post:  A resolution awarding Bid #12-49 and authorizing the purchase of two (2) Rhino FR180 batwing cutters from Sellers Trading Post of Siloam Springs in the total amount of $30,192.00, for use by the Parks Department and wastewater treatment.


6.Bid #12-50 Countryside Farm & Lawn:  A resolution awarding Bid #12-50 and authorizing the purchase of one (1) mower conditioner from Countryside Farm & Lawn of Springdale in the total amount of $20,916.08, for use by wastewater treatment.



7.Bid #12-42 Endless Power Corp.:  A resolution awarding Bid #12-42 and authorizing the purchase of one (1) power generator from Endless Power Corp. in the amount of $61,330.00, plus applicable sales tax, for use at the Owl Creek lift station, and approving a budget adjustment.


8.Bid #12-54 Instrument & Supply, Inc.:  A resolution awarding Bid #12-54 and authorizing the purchase of three (3) large water pumps from Instrument & Supply, Inc. in the amount of $88,800.00, plus applicable sales tax, for use at the South Mountain pump station.



9.John David Brown Settlement Agreement:  A resolution approving a settlement agreement with John David Brown, concerning condemnation litigation filed as part of the Highway 265 Water and Sewer Relocation and Improvement Project, in the total amount of $46,666.50.


10.Richard and Caren Hanna Settlement Agreement:  A resolution approving a settlement agreement with Richard and Caren Hanna, concerning condemnation litigation filed as part of the N. Garland Avenue Improvement Project, in the total amount of $1,600.00.


11.Street Name Change - N. Chrysler Drive:  A resolution renaming Frazier Street between Vantage Drive and Mountain View Drive to N. Chrysler Drive.


B.Unfinished Business:


1.Amend §173.08 Arkansas Energy Code:  An ordinance to amend §173.08 Arkansas Energy Code of the Building Regulations chapter of the U.D.C. to adopt the 2009 International Energy Conservation Code, for residential structures, with amendments herein.  This ordinance was left on the First Reading at the June 05, 2012 City Council meeting.  This ordinance was left on the First Reading at the June 19, 2012 City Council meeting and Tabled to the July 17, 2012 City Council meeting.    Left of the First Reading


C.New Business:


1.Amend §154.03 Private Parties/Zoning Amendment:  An ordinance to amend §154.03 Private Parties/Zoning Amendment to clarify the powers of the Planning Commission and City Council when a property owner seeks rezoning.


2.Amend §167.04 Tree Preservation and Protection During Development and §177.05 Street Tree Planting Standards:  An ordinance amending §167.04 Tree Preservation and Protection During Development and §177.05 Street Tree Planting Standards of the Code of Fayetteville to provide a fixed amount to be paid into the tree escrow account rather than reasonable maintenance cost estimates.


Announcements:


Adjournment:

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