A meeting of the Fayetteville City Council is set for 6 p.m. April 3 in room 219 of City Hall, 113 W. Mountain St.
Below is a brief overview of what to expect at the meeting including links to PDF documents for each item.
Presentations, Reports and Discussion Items
Nominating Committee Report – Open seats on the Civil Service Commission and Housing Authority Board of Adjustments were absent from the most recent Nominating Committee report, but are expected to be presented tonight.
There are seven items on the Consent portion of the agenda including the approval of the March 20, 2012 City Council meeting minutes.
McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc. Amendment No. 1
A resolution approving Amendment No. 1 to the agreement with the McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc. for airport engineering services.
A resolution authorizing purchase of an additional two irrigation wheels from Keeling Company in the amount of $77,333.34, pursuant to Bid #11-71, for effluent irrigation to hay fields.
Crafton Tull & Associates
A resolution approving a contract with Crafton Tull & Associates in an amount not to exceed $120,000 for engineering services to design water and sewer creek crossing repairs related to Spring 2011 floods, approving a project contingency of $6,000, and approving a budget adjustment.
Bid #12-14 Heckathorn Construction Company
A resolution awarding Bid #12-14 and approving a contract with Heckathorn Construction Company in the amount of $42,421 for the structural repair of three storm damaged structures at the biosolids management site.
Environmental Consulting Operations, Inc. Amendment No. 6
A resolution approving Amendment No. 6 to the Engineering Contract with Environmental Consulting Operations, Inc. in the amount of $42,660 for pipeline stormwater, wetlands, and environmental issues and 2012 wetland site maintenance and reporting.
IES Interactive Training USA
A resolution approving an agreement with IES Interactive Training USA in the amount of $28,462.90, pursuant to a federal procurement agreement with the General Services Administration, for the purchase of a Use of Force Simulator for the Police Department.
There are three items on the Unfinished Business portion of the agenda including an ordinance to allow the City Council to authorize up to five unrelated persons to live in some units of a planned zoning district.
Unfinished Business items
Amend Chapter 151 Definition of “Family”
An ordinance to allow the City Council to authorize up to five unrelated persons in some units of a planned zoning district. This item was removed from the table on March 20.
An ordinance rezoning 2.18 acres on Abshier Heights from Residential PZD to Residential Single-Family, 8 units per acre. This ordinance was left on the first reading on March 20.
An ordinance amending a 4.11-acre residential PZD on Abshier Drive. This ordinance was left on the first reading on March 20.
There are four items on the New Business portion of the agenda including a resolution to grant the appeal of Kum & Go and to amend and approve its large-scale development plans on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
New Business items
Regional Urban Stormwater Education Program
An ordinance to waive formal competitive bidding and to approve a memorandum of understanding with the MS4 Jurisdictions and the NWA Regional Planning Commission in the amount of $45,969 for the Regional Urban Stormwater Education Program.
An ordinance rezoning 4.9 acres at 1700 Old Wire Rd. from RSF-4, Residential Single Family, 4 units per acre to NC, Neighborhood Conservation, subject to a Bill of Assurance.
Amend Chapter 161
An ordinance to Amend section 161.14 of the city code by repealing the separate setbacks for multi-family structures built within the Hillside/Hilltop Overlay District.
Kum & Go, L.C.
A resolution to grant the appeal of Kum & Go, L.C. and to amend and approve its large scale development to agree with the plat submitted with its appeal letter.
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