Agenda for Regular Meeting Revision 2

11/02/2017 6:30 pm

Non-Legislative Business

   

All Council      Retirement Edward “Ed” Johnson

Guy                    Sympathy Kevin G. Holmes

Oliver                Sympathy Effie Doggett Jones

Oliver                Sympathy Udana M. Campbell

Shabazz           Recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Shabazz           Recognize Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Shabazz           Recognize Charlotte Miller-Lacy

Shabazz           Sympathy Kelly Ranck Minster

Shabazz           Celebrate New Sweden Centre’s “Who Wore What When” Fashion Show

Shabazz           Celebrate Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (95th Anniversary)

Williams           Sympathy A. Paul Johnson

  

 


Legislative Business

TURNER

Agenda Item #4436 - Ord. 17-046
(1st & 2nd Reading) Referred to PW&T
An Ordinance to Authorize and Approve a Multi-Year Contract between the City of Wilmington and Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc

Synopsis: This Ordinance is being presented by the Administration for Council’s review and approval. If approved, this ordinance would authorize the execution of a license agreement between the City of Wilmington and Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. for access to software to apply geographic information system technology to many operational and technical areas within the City (the “Contract”) for the period of three (3) years from September 22, 2017 through September 21, 2020, at an annual price of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00) for a total price of One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000.00).

 


WILLIAMS

Agenda Item #4437 - Res. 17-078
Adopted
A Resolution Approving the Disposition and Transfer of a Surplus City-owned Lawn Mower to the Community Athletic League

Synopsis: This Resolution is being presented by City Council for Council’s review and approval. This Resolution authorizes the disposition and transfer from the Department of Parks and Recreation through the Division of Procurement and Records, Department of Finance, of a 2012 Toro Groundsmaster® 7200 (Fleet #1597; Vin #31100259) to the Community Athletic League to help maintain its baseball and softball fields. Said lawn mower has been replaced and is considered to be surplus property.


FREEL

Agenda Item #4427 - Ord. 17-042
Passed
Amend the Capital Improvements Program for the Six Fiscal Years 2012-2017 by Amending Ordinance No. 11-014 (Police Department)

Synopsis: This Ordinance is being presented by the Administration for Council’s review and approval. This Ordinance amends the Capital Improvements Program for the Six Fiscal Years 2012-2017 for the purpose of transferring the entire balance of funds remaining in the “Weapons Range Improvements” project into a newly created project entitled, “Patrol Rifle Program,” in the approximate amount of $194,600. There will be no net change in the total funds for the Capital Improvements Program for the Six Fiscal Years 2012-2017, which remains at and amount of $253,641,000.00. Improvements Program for the Six Fiscal Years 2012-2017, which remains at an amount of $253,641,000.00.  Improvements Program for the Six Fiscal Years 2012-2017, which remains at an amount of $253,641,000.00.

Agenda Item #4428 - Ord. 17-043
Passed
Amend the Capital Budget for Fiscal Year 2012 by Amending Ordinance No. 11-015 (Police Department)

Synopsis: This Ordinance is being presented by the Administration for Council’s review and approval. This Ordinance amends the Capital Budget for Fiscal Year 2012 for the Range Improvements” project to a newly created project entitled, “Patrol Rifle Program” in the approximate amount of $194,600.  There will be no change in the total funds for the Capital Budget for Fiscal Year 2012, which remains at an amount of $108,537,000.00.

Agenda Item #4429 - Ord. 17-044
Passed
Amend the Capital Improvements Program for the Six Fiscal Years 2006-2011 by Amending Ordinance No. 05-016 (Fire Department)

Synopsis: This Ordinance is being presented by the Administration for Council’s review and approval. This Ordinance amends the Capital Improvement Program for the Six Fiscal Years 2006-2011 to alter the allocation of previously budgeted expenditures and to allow for the inclusion of a newly created capital project. There shall be no fiscal impact to the City as the amendment simply allocates surplus funds already budgeted for one project to be used for another newly created project by transferring the entire balance of funds, approximately $568,400, from the “Station #5 Replacement” project to the “Station Renovations/Refurbishing” project within the Fire Department.  There will be no change in the total funds for the Capital Improvements Program for the Six Fiscal Years 2006-2011, which remains at an amount of $165,888,000.00.

Agenda Item #4430 - Ord. 17-045
Passed
Amend the Capital Budget for Fiscal FY06 by Amending Ordinance No. 11-015 (Fire Department)

Synopsis: This Ordinance is being presented by the Administration for Council’s review and approval. This Ordinance amends the Capital Budget for Fiscal Year 2006 for the purpose of changing the Capital Budget funding allocation for the Fire Department, as set forth in the amended Capital Improvements Program for Fiscal Years 2006-2011, the first year of which is the Capital Budget for Fiscal Year 2006, which amendment transfers the entire balance of the funding for the “Station #5 Replacement” project to the “Station Renovations/Refurbishing” project, in the approximate amount of $568,400.  There will be no change in the total funds for the Capital Budget for Fiscal Year 2006, which remains at an amount of $80,843,000.00.

Agenda Item #4438 - Res. 17-079
Adopted
A Resolution Authorizing a Grant Application to the Bloomberg Philanthropies 2017 Mayors Challenge Focusing on Jobs and Training for Re-Entry Population

Synopsis: This Resolution is being presented by the Administration for Council’s review and approval. If approved, this Resolution would authorize the Mayor’s Office’s application to Bloomberg Philanthropies Mayors Challenge. If awarded, the funds will be used to decrease joblessness among the re-entry population and provide training and support to program participants to help them succeed.  No matching funds are required.

 

Agenda Item #4439 - Res. 17-080
Adopted
A Resolution Confirming the Appointment of Terence J. Williams as City Auditor

Synopsis: This Resolution is being presented by the Administration for Council’s review and approval. If approved, this Resolution would confirm the appointment of Terence J. Williams as City Auditor pursuant to City Charter Section 3-201.


SHABAZZ (Freel presenting on behalf of Shabazz)

Agenda Item #4441 - Res. 17-081
HELD
A Resolution Approving a Grant from City Council to the Culture Restoration Project (Behind Those Bars)

Synopsis: This Resolution is being presented by City Council for Council’s review and approval. If approved, Council would be approving a grant by City Council to the Culture Restoration Project (Behind Those Bars) in the amount of $7,500.

Agenda Item #4442 - Res. 17-082
Adopted
A Resolution Approving a Grant from City Council to Neighborhood House, Inc.

Synopsis: This Resolution is being presented by City Council for Council’s review and approval. If approved, Council would be approving a grant by City Council to Neighborhood House, Inc. in the amount of $15,000.

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