Invocation: Pastor Caleb Galloway – First Presbyterian Church
Pledge of Allegiance: Commissioner Crutchfield
Roll Call: Saliba__Dorsey__Kirkland__Bedwell__Ferguson__Pierce__Crutchfield__
Approval of Previous Minutes:
- Minutes of April 5, 2022 Meeting
Communications from Mayor and City Commissioners:
- Proclamation – “Crime Victims’ Rights Week” – Katy Lewis, Wiregrass Angel House Outreach Coordinator; Shelly Linderman, Director; and Tony Luker, Dog Therapy Program Manager
- Proclamation – “Public Safety Telecommunications Week” – Police Captain Rachel David and Communications Center Personnel
- Proclamation – “Small Business Week” – Hayden Camp, Director of Membership, Dothan Area Chamber of Commerce
- Proclamation – “Autism Awareness Month” – Beacon of Hope representatives Derrick, Tiffany, and Noah Oliver, Mrs. Jackie, and Mrs. Kelly
Communications from City Manager:
Communications from City Clerk:
Public Hearing regarding the rezoning of property owned by Jackson Brothers, LLC, located at 2266 Ross Clark Circle. (Reference Item 11.)
Public Hearing regarding the assessment of costs associated with structure abatement proceedings for properties determined to be nuisances. (Reference Item 12.)
Ord. No.__________Rezoning property owned by SHB Investments, LLC, located in the 700 Block of Rowland Road, from R-1 (Residential, Single-Family, Low Density) District to R-4 (Residential, Attached Multi-Family, High Density) District (Tabled on April 5, 2022).
Ord. No.__________Rezoning property owned by Jackson Brothers, LLC, located at 2266 Ross Clark Circle, from B-2 (Highway Commercial) District and R-4 (Residential, Attached Multi-Family, High Density) District to B-2 District.
Res. No.__________Confirming the costs incurred in structure abatement proceedings for certain properties determined to be nuisances and turning the costs over to the County Tax Collector so that the amounts can be added to the next regular bills for taxes levied against the respective lots and parcels of land.
Res. No.__________Rescinding Resolution No. 2020-345, a subrecipient agreement with the Cultural Arts Center to provide Community Development Block Grant funds for building improvements, to allow for the funding to be re-allocated through the competitive grant process.
Res. No.__________Awarding the bid, entering into a contract, and issuing a notice to proceed to Perennial South, LLC, in the amount of $241,950.00 for the Walton Park Pool Gutter Replacement Project.
Res. No.__________Modifying the contract with Wyatt Sasser Construction for the Water World Renovations Phase II Project to include change orders resulting in a cost increase of $70,525.00 for a total amended contract amount of $2,697,360.00.
Res. No.__________Accepting a grant award from the State of Alabama Mutual Aid System (AMAS) for the purchase of equipment and training for the Heavy Rescue Team, Hazardous Materials Team, and Water Rescue Team in the amount of $65,918.10, and appropriating funds for said grant.
Res. No.__________Entering into an agreement with Academy Sports + Outdoors for the sponsorship of the Dothan Leisure Services Youth Fishing Day event.
Res. No.__________Entering into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Dothan Area Chamber Foundation and Visit Dothan related to the installation of artificial turf field at the former Grandview Elementary School property.
Res. No.__________Entering into an agreement with Barge Design Solutions, Inc. for the design and construction administration for the installation of artificial turf at the former Grandview Elementary School property.
Res. No.__________Approving the installation of traffic calming devices (speed humps) on Timothy Road from Napier Field Road to Cathy Lou Road.
Res. No.__________Approving the installation of traffic calming devices (speed humps) on Rimson Road from West Selma Street to Valley Forge Road.
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.
Res. No.__________Approving payment of invoices for the month of March, 2022 in the amount of $15,849,260.99.
Res. No.__________Awarding bids and approving other purchases over $15,000.00 by the City.
Res. No.__________Approving advance travel requests for City employees.