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PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD. If you would like to address the Mayor and City Council during the Public Comment section on Tonight’s Agenda, please record your name and address on the sign-up sheet located at the table on the side of the Council room.

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Public comment period
PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD

If you would like to address the Mayor and City Council during the Public Comment section on Tonight’s Agenda, please record your name and address on the sign-up sheet located at the table on the side of the Council room.

Please note that public comments are limited to five (5) minutes per speaker.


Certificates awards and presentations
Certificates, Awards, and Presentations

  • Update on the Spring Residential Tree Planting Project from Raquel Ketterman, Environmental Technician, and recognition of the Braddock Middle School 8th Graders who helped promote the project.

    H:\USERS\JDR\Tree Planting Presentation.ppt


Directors report
Directors Report

  • Police Department Monthly Report for February, 2014.

  • Administrative Services Monthly Report for February, 2014.

  • Utilities Division/Central Services Monthly Reports for January and February, 2014.


Approval of minutes
Approval of Minutes

  • Approval of the Work Session Minutes of March 4, 2014.

  • Approval of the Administrative Session Minutes of February 11, 2014 and March 4, 2014.


Unfinished business

Unfinished Business


Charter amendment resolution
Charter Amendment Resolution

  • Charter Amendment Resolution (2nd and 3rd readings) - to repeal and reenact with amendments Section 23 of the City Charter to change the frequency of regular meetings from bi-weekly to semi-monthly, said meetings to take place on the first and third Tuesdays of each month.


New business

NEW Business


Order
Order

  • Order authorizing the execution of Change Order No. 2 to the existing Contract for City Project 19-12-M, Memorial Hospital Demolition, in the increased amount of $400,058.18, with no days added to Contract.


Order1
Order

  • Order authorizing the execution of an Employment Agreement with John S. Reckley to provide services as a Laboratory Technician at the WWTP for a term of three (3) years retroactive to March 18, 2014.


Order2
Order

  • Order accepting the proposal of RKG Associates for the preparation of a Strategic Economic Development Plan for the City in the lump sum amount, not to exceed price of $54,600. Funding assistance will be provided by DBED in the amount of $27,300 and ARC in the amount of $25,000, leaving a contribution of $2,300 for the City of Cumberland.


Order3
Order

  • Order declaring a 1991 Chevy 1-Ton Dump Truck to be surplus equipment and authorizing its disposal.


Order4
Order

  • Order accepting the resignation of Steven B. Leyh from the Downtown Development Commission (DDC) and appointing Daniel Bower to the DDC as the citizen-at-large representative for a term effective March 25, 2014 through July 31, 2017.


Memorial change order 2
Memorial Change Order #2

  • Main Building

    • 60,000 SF FT /Mastic Ground Floor

    • 44,000 SF Spray-On Firepooff Ground, 1st, 2nd and 4th Floors

    • 150 LF TSI Paint Rm/Storage

    • 350 LF TSI Tank Room

    • 500 SF Tank Insulation Tank Room

    • 200 LF TSI East Wing of 1st Floor Corridor

    • 30 LF TSI East Wing 1st Floor

    • 200 LF TSI East Wing 1st Floor Corridor


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Memorial Change Order #2

  • Medical Office Building

    • 100 LF Fitting Insulation 1st Floor

    • 300 LF TSI 2nd Floor

    • 2,600 SF FT/Mastic 1st Floor

  • North Building

    • 180 LF TSI/Steam Line Only 1stand 2nd Mech. Room

    • 15,000 SF FT/Mastic 1st Floor


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Memorial Change Order #2

  • Additional Hazmat Quantities Discovered

    • Doors 21

    • Spray-on Fireproofing 19,830 SF

    • Thermal Systems TSI 3,000 LF

    • Glue Dabs 8,000 SF


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Memorial Change Order #2

  • All contractors asked to bid on base amounts

  • All contractors asked to provide “add on” unit prices

  • Pre-bid Visual inspection and testing conducted

    • Extrapolated estimates of Hazardous Materials

    • Estimates were not representative of findings

    • Multi layers, new partitions, remote areas


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Memorial Change Order #2

  • In Summary

    • Even contractor playing field on base bids

    • Consultants performed as asked

    • Could have performed more extensive/expensive testing

    • Closely monitoring hazmat progress to ensure we are getting what we are paying for

    • Should have provided the M&CC and public a comfort level regarding testing


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PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD

If you would like to address the Mayor and City Council during the Public Comment section on Tonight’s Agenda, please record your name and address on the sign-up sheet located on the speaker’s podium in the front of the Council room.

Please note that public comments are limited to five (5) minutes per speaker.

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