AGENDA
  CITY COMMISSION MEETING
DOTHAN, ALABAMA
10:00 A.M., July 21, 2020

1.

Invocation: Dr. Ricky Plummer – Bethel Baptist Church


2.

Pledge of Allegiance: Commissioner Fleming


3.

Roll Call: Saliba__Dorsey__Fleming__Kirkland__Ferguson__Kenward__Crutchfield__


4.

Approval of Previous Minutes:

    • Minutes of Meeting of July 7, 2020
       

5.

Communications from Mayor and City Commissioners:

6.

Communications from City Manager:

7.

Communications from City Clerk:

• Application for a Retail Beer License, (on or off premise), for Hill Hill, Billiard Center, 460 East Main Street, Suites 1 and 2, by Robert Jones.
8.

Public Hearing regarding the rezoning of property owned by Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity, located at the southeast corner of Fortner and Mason Streets.

9.

Public Hearing regarding the amendment of Chapter 114, Article XI, Supplemental Regulations, by adding Section 114-187, Special Principal Use Standards, of the City of Dothan Code of Ordinances.

10.

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

11.

Ord. No._________Rezoning property owned by Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity, located at the southeast corner of Fortner and Mason Streets from O-2 (Office Park) District to R-4 (Residential, Attached Multi Family, High Density) District.

12.

Ord. No._________Amending Chapter 114, Article XI, Supplemental Regulations, by adding Section 114-187, Special Principal Use Standards, of the City of Dothan Code of Ordinances.

13.

Ord. No._________ Amending Chapter 82, Solid Waste, Article l, In General, Section 82-1, Definitions; Chapter 82, Solid Waste, Article VI, Sanitary Refuse Disposal Sites and Fees, Section 82-95, Schedule of fees, rates, credits, etc., for disposal; and adding Article VI, Sanitary Refuse Disposal Sites and Fees, Section 82-98, Annual landfill Disposal Rate Adjustments, of the City of Dothan Code of Ordinances (second appearance on June 2, 2020 and tabled indefinitely on June 2, 2020).

14.

Res. No._________Declaring certain properties which are overgrown with weeds, scrub, wild bushes, grass and other vegetative 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
15.

Res. No._________Entering into a Supplemental Agreement with SAIN Associates required for additional engineering services for extending the current project from Homestead Subdivision to AL-52 (Hartford Highway), revising the current design to a revised typical section, and adding the design of the sanitary sewer trunk line extension for a not to exceed fee of $469,839.00, and appropriating funds for said services.

16.

Res. No._________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 $103,440.85 making the final adjusted contract price $2,503,279.85.

17.

Res. No._________Approving the final Summary Change Order with Blankenship Contracting, Inc., for the construction of the Bell to Foster Sewer Improvements Project, which results in a cost decrease for the total contract bid in the amount of $135,795.45 making the final adjusted contract price $1,529,289.55.

18.

Res. No._________Approving the final Summary Change Order with L&K Contracting, Inc., for the construction of the Inez Road Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project, which results in a cost decrease for the total contract bid in the amount of $162,380.25 making the final adjusted contract price $1,507,219.75.

19.

Res. No._________Approving the final Summary Change Order with L&K Contracting, Inc., for the construction of Woodburn to Flowers Chapel Sewer Improvements Project, which results in a cost decrease for the total contract bid in the amount of $237,583.45 making the final adjusted contract price $1,468,941.55.

20.

Res. No._________Accepting a Brownfield Cleanup Grant award from US EPA in the amount of $297,000.00 and entering into a Professional Services Agreement with Bullock Environmental, LLC, in an amount not to exceed $261,800.00 for environmental consulting services necessary to manage and conduct clean-up operations of the City owned former Dothan Utilities sub-station, located at 617 Whiddon Drive in Dothan.

21.

Res. No._________Appropriating $40,000.00 to the Dothan/Houston County Airport Authority to provide funding to upgrade the existing roadway lighting to LED lighting and add additional LED lighting to improve nighttime visibility and aesthetics at the Dothan Regional Airport.

22.

Res. No._________Entering into a Memorandum of Understanding agreement with Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, Homeland Security Investigations for the purpose of the reimbursement of costs at a not to exceed amount of $15,000.00 incurred by the Dothan Police Department in providing resources to joint operations/task forces.

Documents:
  1. MOU ICE.pdf
23.

Res. No._________Approving the creation and hiring of two Reserve Officers for the Dothan Police Department at a cost of $77,382 per year, and appropriating funds for said cost.

24.

Res. No._________Approving payment of invoices for the month of June, 2020 in the amount of $16,597,554.11.

Documents:
  1. Invoices.pdf
25.

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


26.

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


Documents:
  1. Travel Requests.pdf
27.

Adjournment.