A meeting of the Fayetteville City Council was held at 6 p.m. June 19 in room 219 of City Hall, 113 W. Mountain St.
Below is a brief overview of action taken at the meeting including links to PDF documents for each item.
Present: Adella Gray, Brenda Boudreaux, Mark Kinion, Matthew Petty, Mayor Lioneld Jordan, Justin Tennant, Bobby Ferrell, Rhonda Adams, Sarah Lewis Absent:None
Nominating Committee report
Ward 1 Alderwoman Adella Gray read the following candidate recommendations to fill a number of open board, committee and commission seats:
Active Transportation Advisory Board – Clint Thomas
Animal Services Advisory Board – Linda Fritz
Fayetteville Arts Council – Jason Bigbee, Sandra Hubbard, Erika Wilhite
Parks and Recreation Advisory Board – Jonathan Leonard, Terry Lawson
Urban Forestry Advisory Board – Kathy Launder, Malcolm LeVois
Walton Arts Center Council, Inc. – Bill Waite
Walton Arts Center Foundation, Inc. – Eric Sales
There were no applicants for open seats on the Board of Adjustments, Construction Board of Adjustments and Appeals, Environmental Action Committee, Historic District Commission or Public Facilities Board.
The council unanimously approved all recommended nominees.
There were 14 items on the Consent portion of the agenda including the approval of the June 5, 2012 City Council meeting minutes.
Approval of a $246,072 contract with MailCo, Inc. for one year’s mailing and printing of city utility bills and other services with an option to renew the contract for another four years.
Bid #12-42 RP Power, LLC
Approval of the $69,712 purchase of one power generator from RP Power, LLC for use at the Owl Creek lift station.
Bid #12-44 Heavy Constructors of Arkansas, LLC & General Trucking Solutions, LLC
Approval of the purchase of topsoil from Heavy Constructors of Arkansas, LLC as a primary supplier and General Trucking Solutions, LLC as a secondary supplier through 2012.
Bid #12-45 Scurlock Industries & Neenah Foundry Company
Approval of the purchase of tree grates from Scurlock Industries as a primary supplier and Neenah Foundry Company as a secondary supplier, and authorizing the use of other bidders based on price and availability through 2012.
Arkansas Air and Military Museum, Inc.
Approval of a lease agreement with Arkansas Air and Military Museum, Inc. to provide an air museum at Fayetteville Executive Airport-Drake Field.
Bid #12-46 Pavement Maintenance Unlimited, LLC
Approval of a $99,190 contract with Pavement Maintenance Unlimited, LLC for pavement rehabilitation and re-marking at Fayetteville Executive Airport-Drake Field, plus other items (see PDF).
Bid #12-52 Electrical Resources, Inc. DBA Milford Sign Co.
Approval of a $20,910 contract with Electrical Resources, Inc. DBA Milford Sign Co. for the construction of park entry signs.
MSI Consulting Group, LLC
Approval of a $1,700/mo software license and lease contract amendment with MSI Consulting Group, LLC to provide access to 26 users to the Virtual Justice Comprehensive Case Management System.
Ranger’s Pantry Pet Food Bank Grant Acceptance
Acceptance of a $2,000 grant from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals for the Ranger’s Pantry Pet Food Bank.
Ranger’s Pantry Pet Food Bank Donation
Acceptance of $1,553 in donations to the Ranger’s Pantry Pet Food Bank.
Community Development Block Grant
Acceptance of $5,518 from a lien payoff by the Community Development Block Grant program.
RFP #12-02 Cox Arkansas Telecom, LLC DBA Cox Business
Approval of a $197,036 annual contract with Cox Business for optional modification and/or expansion costs and long distance charges.
Bid #12-43 Edwards Design & Construction, Inc.
Approval of a $1,589,482 contract with Edwards Design & Construction, Inc. for relocation and improvement of water and sewer lines near Arkansas State Highway 16 (Huntsville Road).
There were five items on the Unfinished Business portion of the agenda.
Unfinished Business items
RZN 12-4077 Halsell Road/Pratt Place Inn Appeal
Rezoning of 2.37 acres on Halsell Road from C-PZD to RSF-4. This ordinance was tabled at the June 5 meeting.
Proposed 2013-2017 Five-Year Capital Improvements Plan
Adoption of the 2013-2017 Five-Year Capital Improvements Plan. This resolution was tabled at the June 5 meeting.
Amend §173.08 Arkansas Energy Code
An ordinance to amend §173.08 Arkansas Energy Code of the building regulations chapter of the U.D.C. to adopt the 2009 Residential International Energy Efficiency Code. This ordinance was left on the first reading at the June 5 meeting.
Tabled until July 17
RZN 12-4108 (4847 W. Wedington Dr./Bank of Wynne)
Rezoning 31.68 acres at 4847 W. Wedington Dr. from R-PZD to R-A. This ordinance was left on the first reading at the June 5 meeting.
Left on second reading
R-PZD 12-4079 (Project Cleveland)
Establishment of R-PZD 12-4079, Project Cleveland, located at the northwest corner of West Cleveland Street and Hall Avenue. This ordinance was left on the first reading at the June 5 meeting.
* Lewis, Adams, Kinion voted no on RZN 12-4077 (Halsell Road/Pratt Place Inn Appeal)
** Adams and Kinion voted no on R-PZD 12-4079 (Project Cleveland)
There was one item on the New Business portion of the agenda.
New Business items
Bid Waiver for Truck Hauling Services
Approval of the purchase of truck hauling services through a quote process when purchase through Bid #12-06 as awarded by Resolution No. 21-12 is not available.
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