December, 1995 Manager's Reports



TO: Mayor and Assembly DATE: December 4, 1995

FROM: David R. Palmer City and Borough Manager

SUBJECT:Manager's Report - Regular Mtg. No. 95-44


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SPECIAL ORDERS OF BUSINESS:

1. City Attorney's Annual Evaluation (note: the Assembly may enter into Executive Session at 9:00 P.M. for this item, per Resolution No. 1209).

2. Alaska Committee - Report on Permitting/Inspection The Alaska Committee will be before the Assembly at tonight's meeting with a presentation regarding its recommendation for streamlining the permitting and inspection processes.

3. Juneau Economic Development Council Presentation of the"Capital Profile" Charles Northrip will present the JEDC's report - Capital Profile - at tonight's meeting. A copy of this publication is included in your packet.

CONSENT AGENDA:

A. Ordinance for Introduction:

1. Ordinance No. 95-11 (Z) This ordinance will appropriate $45,485, received under the terms of a grant from the State of Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. The funds will be used to conduct an update of the Capital Transit Development Plan to provide the management direction for Capital Transit, including the Care-A-Van, over the period 1996-2000. This grant represents our first opportunity to do a comprehensive update to the Capital Transit Development Plan since 1986. Matching funds of $4,515.00 are made available from the Capital Transit budget for operations by line item adjustment.

I recommend that this ordinance be introduced and set for public hearing at the next regular meeting.

B. Liquor License Renewals:

1. Fred Meyers Staff reports from the Police, Finance, Community Development and Fire Departments indicated there were no objections to the renewal of the Fred Meyers liquor license.

The Human Resources Committee reviewed the liquor license at its meeting on Monday, November 20, 1995, and recommend to the Assembly that it waive its right to protest the 1996 renewal of the Fred Meyers liquor license.

I recommend adoption of the Human Resources Committee report.

2. Oaken Keg Spirit Shop Staff reports from the Police, Finance, Community Development and Fire Departments indicated there were no objections to the renewal of the Oaken Keg Spirit Shop liquor license.

The Human Resources Committee reviewed the liquor license at its meeting on Monday, November 20, 1995, and recommend to the Assembly that it waive its right to protest the 1996 renewal of the Oaken Keg Spirit Shop liquor license.

I recommend adoption of the Human Resources Committee report.

C. Bid Award:

1. Contract No. E95-352: Intermediate Vessel Float Gangway Bids were opened on the subject project on November 28, 1995. The bid protest period expired at 4:30pm on November 29, 1995. Results of the bid opening are as follows:


RESPONSIVE	              	TOTAL Base Bid



TRUCANO CONSTRUCTION, INC.	   $99,500.00

Channel Construction, Inc.        $113,500.00

Goertz Construction, Inc.	  $118,950.00

Wilder Construction Company       $135,000.00



Engineer's Estimate               $110,000.00

This project consists of removal and storage of an existing gangway and furnishing and installing a new covered gangway and miscellaneous related work. When the Intermediate Vessel Float was designed, it wasn't envisioned that it would be used as a lightering dock for the cruise ships. Representatives of the cruise ships using the gangway have expressed concern about the existing gangway's steepness and narrowness being a hazard to passengers. The Directors of the Parks & Recreation and Harbors Departments met with industry representatives in summer 1994, and a longer and wider gangway was the agreed upon solution.

Funding is from the Dock Improvement Bond proceeds, and was approved by the Port Advisory Committee.

I recommend award of this project to Trucano Construction, Inc. in the amount bid, for a total award of $99,500.00.

ORDINANCES FOR PUBLIC HEARING:

1. Ordinance No. 95-11 (X) This ordinance will appropriate $148,900 to fund improvements and replacement of water and sewer system components in conjunction with the reconstruction of Judy Lane and Coleman Street.

After this ordinance is adopted, the retained earnings balances will be as follows:

			Increase

Fund			(Decrease)	        Balance



Water Retained Earnings	($72,000)              $165,892



Sewer Retained Earnings	($76,700)	     $6,447,917

This ordinance will have economic impacts as described in the economic impact note included in your packet.

I recommend that this ordinance be adopted.

2. Ordinance No. 95-11(Y) This ordinance will appropriate $131,912 to purchase three paratransit vehicles. These funds were received under a grant from the State of Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. All three of these vehicles will be used in the Care-A-Van Service. Two existing vehicles will be surplused and one retained as a spare.

This ordinance will have economic impacts as described in the economic impact note included in your packet.

I recommend that this ordinance be adopted.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

NEW BUSINESS:

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS:

A. Manager's Report - Action Items:

B. Manager's Report - Information Item:

1. Request for Proposals Awards - September/October, 1995 As requested by the Assembly, your packet includes the Request for Proposals (RFP) report for September/October, 1995.

C. Attorney's Report:

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Manager's Report - Regular Mtg. No. 95-44
December 4, 1995

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