AGENDA
  CITY COMMISSION MEETING
DOTHAN, ALABAMA
10:00 A.M., November 3, 2020

1.

Invocation: Pastor Bobby Marks – Cornerstone Church


2.

Pledge of Allegiance: Commissioner Dorsey


3.

Roll Call: Saliba__Dorsey__Fleming__Kirkland__Ferguson__Kenward__Crutchfield__


4.

Approval of Previous Minutes:

    • Minutes of Meeting of October 20, 2020
       

5.

Communications from Mayor and City Commissioners:

  • Proclamation – “National Hospice and Palliative Care Month” –
    Erin Stevens, Clinical Manager of Palliative Care, DaySpring Hospice.
6.

Communications from City Manager:

  • Employee of the Month – Will Hopkins, Finance Department.
7.

Communications from City Clerk:


8.

Public Hearing regarding the rezoning of property owned by Bitty’s Girls Estate, located on Rowland Road (East of Ross Clark Circle).

9.

Public Hearing regarding the rezoning of property owned by multiple land owners, located within and in close proximity to Stephens Street, North Lena Street, North Alice Street, Houston Street, and North Oates Street.

10.

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

11.

Ord. No._________Rezoning property owned by Bitty’s Girls Estate, located on Rowland Road (East of Ross Clark Circle), from A-C & R-1 (Agriculture-Conservation and Residential Single-Family, Low Density) Districts to R-1 (Residential Single-Family, Low Density) District.

12.

Ord. No._________Rezoning property owned by multiple land owners, located within and in close proximity to Stephens Street, North Lena Street, North Alice Street, Houston Street, and North Oates Street, from L-I (Light Industrial) District to B-1 (Central Business) District.

13.

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.

Documents:
  1. Weed Abatements.pdf
14.

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 December 1, 2020.

15.

Res. No._________Agreeing to allocate the required twenty percent (20%) match of local funds for the FY 2021 Unified Planning Work Program in an amount not to exceed $65,606.00.

Documents:
  1. UPWP Allocation.pdf
16.

Res. No._________Issuing an emergency purchase order to L and K Contracting Company, Inc. for $33,793.72 to rebuild a section of the 15-inch diameter sanitary sewer line located between 3010 and 3008 Lasalle Drive.

17.

Res. No._________Rescinding Res. No. 2020-196 and approving the Final Summary Change Order with Gulf Coast Underground, LLC for the construction of the B1-23 Comprehensive Rehabilitation Project, which results in a cost increase for the total contract bid in the amount of $152,905.85, making the final adjusted contract price $2,547,279.85.

18.

Res. No._________Entering into a supplemental agreement with the Alabama Department of Transportation in the amount of $224,246.73 for the relocation of electric utilities associated with the Ross Clark Circle Widening Project.

19.

Res. No._________Agreeing to aid the City of Rayne, Louisiana in its efforts to recover from the devastation left by severe weather on October 9, 2020, by sending utility trucks, equipment, and City employees to operate this equipment.

20.

Res. No._________Approving Change Order No. 1 (final) with Donald Smith Company, Inc., for the refurbishment of Well Nos. 4 and 24, to add $14,669.00 to the original contract amount, resulting in a final contract price of $192,030.00.

21.

Res. No._________Approving Change Order #1 (final) with Startley General Contractors, LLC, for the 2019 Redwater Watermain Replacement Project B, to deduct $83,810.00 from the original contract amount, resulting in a final contract price of $530,190.00.

22.

Res. No._________Approving Change Order #1 (final) with L and K Contracting Company, Inc., for the 2019 Redwater Watermain Replacement Project C, to deduct $1,872.00 from the original contract amount, resulting in a final contract price of $212,411.00.

23.

Res. No._________Entering into a permit agreement with the Alabama Department of Transportation to install 55/2 wood pole with guy at southwest corner of US Hwy 84 East and South Beverlye Road and upgrade existing overhead primary wire crossing at the intersection of US Hwy 84 East and South Beverlye Road.

24.

Res. No._________Entering into an agreement with the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces (OCDETF) Program for reimbursement of overtime expenditures in the amount of $10,800.00.

25.

Res. No._________Entering into a contract with Brinks for armored transportation services for deposits of cash, checks and money orders for the Utility Collections Office, Civic Center Kiosk, Westgate Park Kiosk, Civic Center Offices, and Magistrate Office in the amount of $13,914.59 annually, and appropriating funds for said contract.

Documents:
  1. Brinks Contract.pdf
26.

Res. No._________Declaring property at 1025 South Beverlye Road, also known as Beverlye Magnet School, as surplus and no longer needed for municipal purposes and deeding it to the City of Dothan Board of Education.

Documents:
  1. Beverlye Deed.pdf
27.

Res. No._________Declaring property at 1001 Webb Road, also known as Carver School for Mathematics, Science, and Technology, as surplus and no longer needed for municipal purposes and deeding it to the City of Dothan Board of Education.

Documents:
  1. Carver Deed.pdf
28.

Res. No._________Declaring property at 303 Rollins Avenue, also known as Cloverdale Elementary School, as surplus and no longer needed for municipal purposes and deeding it to the City of Dothan Board of Education.

Documents:
  1. Cloverdale Deed.pdf
29.

Res. No._________Declaring property at 1665 Honeysuckle Road, also known as Dothan City Early Education Center, as surplus and no longer needed for municipal purposes and deeding it to the City of Dothan Board of Education.

Documents:
  1. DCEEC Deed.pdf
30.

Res. No._________Declaring property at 3209 Reeves Street, also known as Dothan High School and Technology Center, as surplus and no longer needed for municipal purposes and deeding it to the City of Dothan Board of Education.

31.

Res. No._________Declaring property at 1901 Stringer Street, also known as Jerry Lee Faine Elementary School, as surplus and no longer needed for municipal purposes and deeding it to the City of Dothan Board of Education.

32.

Res. No._________Declaring property at 600 Girard Avenue, also known as Girard Intermediate School, as surplus and no longer needed for municipal purposes and deeding it to the City of Dothan Board of Education.

33.

Res. No._________Declaring property at 522 Girard Avenue, also known as Girard Primary School, as surplus and no longer needed for municipal purposes and deeding it to the City of Dothan Board of Education.

34.

Res. No._________Declaring property at 900 West Powell Street, also known as Head Start Center, as surplus and no longer needed for municipal purposes and deeding it to the City of Dothan Board of Education.

Documents:
  1. Head Start Deed.pdf
35.

Res. No._________Declaring property at 201 Daniel Circle, also known as Heard Elementary School, as surplus and no longer needed for municipal purposes and deeding it to the City of Dothan Board of Education.

Documents:
  1. Heard Deed.pdf
36.

Res. No._________Declaring property at 201 East Wilson Street, also known as PASS Academy, as surplus and no longer needed for municipal purposes and deeding it to the City of Dothan Board of Education.

Documents:
  1. PASS Deed.pdf
37.

Res. No._________Declaring property at 1501 West Selma Street, also known as Selma Street Elementary School, as surplus and no longer needed for municipal purposes and deeding it to the City of Dothan Board of Education.

38.

Res. No._________Declaring property at 4130 Westgate Parkway, also known as Morris Slingluff Elementary School, as surplus and no longer needed for municipal purposes and deeding it to the City of Dothan Board of Education.

39.

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


40.

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


Documents:
  1. Travel Requests.pdf
41.

Acceptance of a Warranty Deed from SRM Properties, LLC for property acquired for the new Wiregrass Pet Rescue and Adoption Center (purchase and sale agreement approved by Res. No. 2020-211, dated 8/4/2020).

42.

Acceptance of a Warranty Deed from Melissa M. Hall, Patricia Walters, and Coy Marc Hall for property acquired for a new gravity sanitary sewer line (purchase and sale agreement approved by Res. No. 2020-234, dated 9/1/2020).

43.

Acceptance of a utility easement from Mack Dove at 3073 West Main Street.

44.

Acceptance of a construction easement from Houston County Health Care Authority for installing sidewalk on Brookhill Road.

45.

Adjournment.