AGENDA
   CITY COMMISSION MEETING
 DOTHAN, ALABAMA
 10:00 A.M., OCTOBER 5, 2021

1.

Invocation: Pastor Lyle Peluso – Dothan Vineyard Church

2.

Pledge of Allegiance: Commissioner Crutchfield

3.

Roll Call: Saliba__Dorsey__Kirkland__Bedwell__Ferguson__Pierce__Crutchfield__

4.

Approval of Previous Minutes:

  • Minutes of September 21, 2021 Meeting
5.

Communications from Mayor and City Commissioners:

  • Proclamation – “Cybersecurity Awareness Month” – Jack Mason, Information Technology Director
  • Proclamation – “Fire Prevention Week” – Fire Chief Larry Williams and Battalion Chief David Hasty

Rookie of the Year – Firefighter Chance Willard

Firefighter of the Year – Firefighter Matt Lucas

Sergeant of the Year – Sergeant Brady Reeder

Fire Officer of the Year – Captain Richard Byrd

6.

Communications from City Manager:

  • Check Presentation – Rotary Miracle Field Foundation – James Etheredge, President, and other Rotary Miracle Field Foundation Board Members
  • Employee of the Month – Lana Magill, Dothan Police Department
7.

Communications from City Clerk:

  • Application for a Pool and Billiards License for The Crazy Monkey, 2855 Ross Clark Circle, Suites 115 & 116, by Michael Kent
  • Application for a Pool and Billiards License for Rack City, 4636 South Oates Street, by Michael Kent
8.

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

9.

Ord. No._________Amending Chapter 2, Administration, Sec. 2-1, Depositories for City funds designated; treasurer required to deposit all City funds therein, of the City of Dothan Code of Ordinances to specify that depositories for City funds must be a member of the SAFE (Security for Alabama Funds Enhancement) Program.

10.

Res. No.__________Declaring certain properties which are overgrown with weeds or other vegetative growth as nuisances and injurious to the health, safety, and welfare of the community and ordering that the said properties be abated.

11.

Res. No.__________Confirming the cost incurred in notification and abatement of certain properties determined to be nuisances by Resolution Numbers 2021-205 and 2021-215 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.

12.

Res. No.__________Confirming the cost incurred in notification and abatement of certain properties determined to be in violation of Article III, Chapter 106 of the City of Dothan Code of Ordinance (repeat offenders) 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.

13.

Res. No.__________Entering into agreements with the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) for the installation and maintenance of a concrete walking path and landscaping, also known as the Memorial Trail Project, within the right-of-way of the 800-1100 Blocks of East Main Street.

14.

Res. No.__________Awarding the bid, entering into a contract, and issuing a Notice to Proceed to Sports Fields, Inc. for Infield Turf Installation at James Oates Park in the amount of $1,747,162.00.

15.

Res. No.__________Entering into an Agreement with Poly Inc. for professional consulting services for the design of an additional westbound lane on Flowers Chapel Road from US-84/West Main Street to Woodmere Drive for a not to exceed amount of $108,112.00.

16.

Res. No.__________Submitting a permit application package and entering into an agreement with ALDOT for the 2021 Third Avenue Redwater Project.

17.

Res. No.__________Entering into a professional services contract with Barge Design Solutions, Inc. to perform program management and engineering services in association with maintaining the Capacity, Management, Operation, and Maintenance Program and the Dothan Clean Waters Program over a one-year period for $300,000.00.

18.

Res. No.__________Entering into a professional services contract with Poly, Inc. to inspect and provide full report on the Dixie Standpipe Tank, Napier Field Tank, Cherry Street Tank and Greentree Ave Tank for the lump sum price of $25,000.00.

19.

Res. No.__________Approving the deductive change order with Tank Pro, Inc. for the 2020 Tank Rehab of Cottonwood Road Tank and Columbia Highway Tank in the amount of $7,500.00, resulting in a final contract amount of $143,972.00.

20.

Res. No.__________Approving the deductive change order with Pedal Valves, Inc. for the 2019 Meter Replacements, Retrofits, and AMI Infrastructure Installation Services and Deployment Project in the amount of $134,151.03, resulting in a final contract price of $1,953,948.97.

21.

Res. No.__________Entering into a permit agreement with ALDOT for the installation of a tap and valve for fire line service and installation of a tap for domestic water service for an addition to an existing commercial development located at 522 Ross Clark Circle.

22.

Res. No.__________Entering into a modified agreement with Sedgwick Claims Management Services, Inc. to continue to provide claims administration services for the self-insured workers’ compensation program at the previously agreed upon contracted costs for another three (3) months through December 31, 2021.

23.

Res. No.__________Entering into a revised agreement with the Dothan City Board of Education to reflect updated School Protection Officer costs.

24.

Res. No.__________Entering into an agreement with Motorola Solutions to furnish two dispatch console positions for a total cost of $119,734.08.

25.

Res. No.__________Entering into a contract with the Southeast Alabama Basketball Officials’ Association to provide certified officials to officiate the 2021 Dothan Turkey Classic Basketball Tournament at a cost of $190.00 per game.

26.

Res. No.__________Entering into a contract with the Southeast Alabama Basketball Officials’ Association to provide certified officials to officiate the 2021 Downtown Dothan Hoops Classic Basketball Tournament at a cost of $190.00 per game.

27.

Res. No.__________Appointing Sonia Wartes, Orran Scruggs, Emily Butler, Roxane Fuentes, Maria Johnson, Mary Katherine Kendig, Missy Forrester, and Destiny Oliver and re-appointing William Nichols, Dan Johnson, Sharla Jones, and Claudia Hall as members of the Museum Board.

28.

Res. No.__________Appointing Mary Hannah Dunning Owens as a Supernumerary Member of the Planning Commission.

29.

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

30.

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

Documents:
  1. Travel Requests.pdf
31.

Acceptance of an easement from Davis F. Chapman needed to construct improvements to existing utility facilities on Honeysuckle Road.

32.

Adjournment.