Flagstaff City Council Meeting 3/4/14
• $3.2 million street contract awarded
• City owned building’s standards broadened to lower cost.
APPROVAL OF PAST MINUTES
“Dorado’s”, 103 N. Leroux, liquor license recommended to the state for approval.
ITEM 9A; Flagstaff Airport Rental Car Concessions
IFB 2011-09A: Amendment to leases with: Avis Budget Car Rental LLC, Alamo Rental Car/National Car Rental, The Hertz Corporation, and Enterprise Rent-A-Car companies. (Amendment to current leases with car rental companies for a three-year renewal in lieu of the two one-year renewals)
ITEM 9B; Pulliam Airport Concrete Ramp Joint Repair Project.
Approve the construction contract with Robert E. Porter Construction in the amount of$149,148.00 with a 45 day contract time, subject to approval from ADOT Multimodal Planning Division
Intergovernmental Agreement between theCity of Flagstaff and Coconino County for use of the Joe C. Montoya Community and Senior Center for Senior Nutrition Programs and renewal of Meals on Wheels program. (Meals on Wheels Renewal)
Consideration to enter into the Arizona Mutual Aid Compact. (Enter into mutual aid
agreement with other jurisdictions throughout the State of Arizona for responding to emergencies)
A resolution of the City Councilof the City of Flagstaff, Arizona approving an instrument of release and re-conveyance of public utility easements within Lots 126 and 127 as shown on the Final Subdivision Plat for Aspen Place at Sawmill as recorded in Instrument No. 3438431, and the Amended Plat recorded in Instrument No. 3583171, Records of Coconino County (“Easements”) granted to the City in the original Subdivision Plat. (Abandoning unnecessary utility easements to allow for improved design in the Village at Aspen Place)
PASSED 6-0 Mark Woodson Recused Himself
FUNDING STREET MAINTENANCE 2014
$3.2 million contract to begin repaving several Flagstaff streets this spring. This represents nearly a 3 fold increase from the previous years street maintenance budget.
Roads to be repaved include;
Country Club Dr.
U. S. Hwy. 89
Roads to be resurfaced include;
Lone Tree Rd.
Switzer Canyon Dr.
The Council added more construction options to City owned facilities. In 2008 Council passed a resolution that all new facilities needed to be Silver LEED Certified, which can add hundreds of thousands in construction and certification costs. Other options were recommended by staff to help lower upfront costs while maintaining very high energy efficient standards.