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Agenda

An outline of matters presented during the meeting arranged by a prescribed order.

Minneapolis City Council Agenda

City Council of the City Council
and
Minneapolis Community Development Agency Operating Committee
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Regular Meeting
December 8, 2017 - 9:30 am
Room 317, City Hall
Members: Council Members Barbara Johnson (President), Elizabeth Glidden (Vice-President), John Quincy (Majority Leader), Cam Gordon (Minority Leader), Kevin Reich, Jacob Frey, Blong Yang, Abdi Warsame, Lisa Goodman, Alondra Cano, Lisa Bender, Andrew Johnson, and Linea Palmisano
(Majority vote of all members, 7; 2/3 vote of all members, 9; quorum 7)
Clerk: Jackie Hanson, (612) 673-2216

Call to Order

  1. Roll Call.
  2. Adoption of the agenda.
  3. Acceptance of minutes of the regular meeting of Nov 17, 2017, and the adjourned session held Nov 29, 2017.
  4. Referral of petitions, communications, and reports of the City officers to the proper Committees and departments.
Community Development & Regulatory Services
Nov 28, 2017 - Committee Report
  1. Land Sale: 2214 4th Ave N to Ashton McGinnis and James Rautmann This link open a new window(2017-01439)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving the sale of the property at 2214 4th Ave N, (Disposition Parcel No. MH-38), to Ashton McGinnis and James Rautmann for $15,600, subject to conditions.

    2. Approving the award of up to $20,000 in Homebuyer Incentive funds to Ashton McGinnis and James Rautmann.

    3. Authorizing the execution of related agreements with the selected purchaser.

  2. Land Sale: 1919 Monroe St NE to Northeast Minneapolis Properties LLC This link open a new window(2017-01440)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving the sale of the property at 1919 Monroe St NE, MH-37, to Northeast Minneapolis Properties LLC for $46,900, subject to conditions.  If Northeast Minneapolis Properties LLC fails to close, approving the sale of 1919 Monroe St NE, MH-37, to Dean Johnson Homes Inc. for $46,900, subject to conditions.

  3. Land Sale: 415-417 Taylor St NE to Ikraan A. Abdulle and Deka Abdulle (as developers for Ikraan A. Abdulle; Deka Abdulle; Ahmed A. Abdulle; Faiso A. Abdulle; Farhiyo A. Abdulle; and Aden A. Ahmednur) This link open a new window(2017-01441)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving the sale of the property at 415-417 Taylor St NE, (Disposition Parcel No. MH-40 and MH-41), to Ikraan A. Abdulle and Deka Abdulle (as developers for Ikraan A. Abdulle; Deka Abdulle; Ahmed A. Abdulle; Faiso A. Abdulle; Farhiyo A. Abdulle; and Aden A. Ahmednur) for $180,000, subject to conditions.

  4. F45 Training, 5445 Lyndale Ave S, (Ward 11), submitted by Transformation Training, LLC, Extended Hours License (LIC360688) This link open a new window(2017-01417)
    1. Approving application for F45 Training, 5445 Lyndale Ave S, (Ward 11), submitted by Transformation Training, LLC, for an Extended Hours License (LIC360688), subject to final inspection and compliance with all provisions of applicable codes and ordinances. 

  5. Brother Justus Whiskey, 451 Taft St NE, (Ward 1), submitted by Brother Justus Whiskey Co., LLC, Off Sale Distilled Spirits License (LIC360603) This link open a new window(2017-01418)
    1. Approving application for Brother Justus Whiskey, 451 Taft St NE, (Ward 1), submitted by Brother Justus Whiskey Co., LLC, for an Off Sale Distilled Spirits License LIC360603 (new license), subject to final inspection and compliance with provisions of applicable codes and ordinances.   

  6. Geek Love Café at Moon Palace Books, 3032 Minnehaha Ave S, (Ward 9), submitted by Moon Palace Books, LLC, On Sale Wine with Strong Beer, Class A License (LIC353749) This link open a new window(2017-01419)
    1. Approving application for Geek Love Café at Moon Palace Books, 3032 Minnehaha Ave S, (Ward 9), submitted by Moon Palace Books, LLC, for an On Sale Wine with Strong Beer, Class A License (LIC353749), subject to final inspection and compliance with all provisions of applicable codes and ordinances. 

  7. In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre, 1500 E Lake St, (Ward 9), submitted by In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre, On Sale Wine with Strong Beer, Class A License, (LIC359288) This link open a new window(2017-01420)
    1. Approving application for In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre, 1500 E Lake St, (Ward 9), submitted by In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre, for an On Sale Wine with Strong Beer, Class A License, (LIC359288), subject to final inspection and compliance with all provisions of applicable codes and ordinances. 

  8. Moxy Minneapolis Uptown, 1121 W Lake St, (Ward 10), submitted by Graves Uptown, LLC, On Sale Liquor, Class C-1 with Sunday Sales License (LIC359576) and a Hotel license (LIC359580) This link open a new window(2017-01421)
    1. Considering an application for Moxy Minneapolis Uptown, 1121 W Lake St, (Ward 10), submitted by Graves Uptown, LLC, for an On Sale Liquor, Class C-1 with Sunday Sales License, LIC359576, (new business), subject to final inspection and compliance with provisions of applicable codes and ordinances. 

    2. Approving application for Moxy Minneapolis Uptown, 1121 W Lake St, (Ward 10), submitted by Graves Uptown, LLC, for a Hotel License, LIC359580, (new business), subject to final inspection and compliance with provisions of applicable codes and ordinances. 

  9. Ombibulous, 949 E Hennepin Ave, (Ward 3), submitted by OmbiMN, LLC, Off Sale Liquor License (LIC360439) This link open a new window(2017-01422)
    1. Approving application for Ombibulous, 949 E Hennepin Ave, (Ward 3), submitted by OmbiMN, LLC, for an Off Sale Liquor License, LIC360439, subject to final inspection and compliance with provisions of applicable codes and ordinances.

  10. Food truck zone operating hours ordinance This link open a new window(2017-01183)
    1. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 10, Chapter 188 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Food Code: Mobile Food Vehicle Vendors, amending the restriction on hours of operation within a special late night mobile food vendor zone.

  11. Liquor, Business and Gambling Licenses for Nov. 28, 2017 This link open a new window(2017-01416)
    1. Approving the Department of Licenses and Consumer Services Agenda recommendations granting applications for Liquor, Business and Gambling Licenses as recommended in the Licenses and Consumer Services Agenda for Nov. 28, 2017, subject to final inspection and compliance with all provisions of applicable codes and ordinances. 

  12. Extension of development timeframe for the Capri Theater expansion project. This link open a new window(2017-01432)
    1. Approving an extension to Dec. 31, 2018, of the development time frame under a previously approved land sale of the property at 2029, 2033, and a portion of 2101 W Broadway Ave to Plymouth Christian Youth Center (PCYC) or affiliated entity.

  13. 2017 Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) capital funding recommendations This link open a new window(2017-01424)
    1. Approving up to $71,000 of Fiscal Year 2017 Emergency Solutions Grant funds for the following capital project:   First Covenant Church, located on 7th St, by St. Stephen's Human Services or an affiliate.

    2. Approving up to $25,677 of Fiscal Year 2017 Emergency Solutions Grant funds for the following capital project: Harbor Light, located on Currie Ave, by The Salvation Army or an affiliate.

    3. Approving up to $311,700 of Fiscal Year 2017 Emergency Solutions Grant funds for the following capital project:  Avenues for Homeless Youth, located on Oak Park Ave, by Avenues for Youth or an affiliate.

  14. Homegrown Small Business Fund changes This link open a new window(2017-01426)
    1. Authorizing amendments to the Homegrown Business Development Center loan program. 

    2. Authorizing contracts with Minneapolis Business Technical Assistance Program providers to administer the Homegrown loan program. 

  15. Extension of Exclusive Development Rights to Indigenous Peoples Task Force (IPTF) for 2313 13th Ave S This link open a new window(2017-01428)
    1. Authorizing extension of exclusive development rights to Indigenous Peoples Task Force for City-owned vacant property located at 2313 13th Ave S for a period of 18 months, with a possible additional administrative extension of up to six months, for the development of the Mikwanedun Audisookon Center for Art and Wellness.

  16. Riverside Homes refinance and long-term preservation This link open a new window(2017-01431)
    1. Authorizing, contingent upon and in conjunction with a new HUD first mortgage loan, the loan repayment of two existing loans by the current owner, Riverside Homes of Minneapolis Limited Partnership, and the concurrent issuance of a new City loan to the new owner, Riverside Homes II of Minneapolis Limited Partnership.  The new City loan will have a term that is co-terminus with the new HUD loan (Dec. 31, 2058), an interest rate 0% or the Applicable Federal Rate (AFR), and covenants requiring affordability in compliance with the City’s current Affordable Housing Policy.  All future loan payments will be available to be budgeted through the City’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund.

    2. Authorizing, contingent upon and in conjunction with a new HUD first mortgage loan, CPED staff to negotiate with new owner, a new ground lease with up to 75 year term ending Dec. 31, 2093, replacing the existing City ground lease, with covenants requiring affordability in compliance with the City’s current Affordable Housing Policy.

    3. Authorizing execution of all agreements and documents associated with the actions described above.

    4. Approving the committal of City loan payments received on the new loan to be recycled through the City’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund.

  17. Albright Townhomes refinance and long-term preservation This link open a new window(2017-01433)
    1. Authorizing, contingent upon and in conjunction with a new HUD first mortgage loan, partial interest forgiveness in connection with the repayment of two existing loans by the current owner, CHDC, and the concurrent issuance of a new City loan to the new owner, Albright Limited Partnership.  The new City loan will have a term that is co-terminus with the new HUD loan (Dec. 31, 2058), an interest rate of 0% or Applicable Federal Rate (AFR), and covenants requiring affordability in compliance with the City’s current Affordable Housing Policy.  All future loan payments will be available to be budgeted through the City’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund.

    2. Authorizing execution of all agreements and documents associated with the actions described above.

  18. ADC Commercial Real Estate loan restructure, parking lot lease agreement and extension This link open a new window(2017-01434)
    1. Authorizing a restructure of the City’s Great Streets Loan to ADC Commercial Real Estate, Inc. 

    2. Authorizing the execution of appropriate loan documents.

    3. Approving a settlement of unpaid lease payments required under the existing parking lease with African Development Center by accepting $3,600, and authorizing execution of any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement.

    4. Authorizing the execution of a new lease with African Development Center from March 28, 2017 through March 31, 2020, to maintain and operate an accessory parking lot for its building at 1927-31 5th St S.

  19. Cooperative Agreement with the Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority for the disposition and redevelopment of the property at 3421 Lake St W This link open a new window(2017-01435)
    1. Passage of Resolution authorizing the Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority to undertake the sale of the County-owned property at 3421 Lake St W to a private developer for the purpose of redeveloping the vacant land adjacent to the proposed West Lake Southwest Light Rail Transit Station.

    2. Authorizing the City to enter into a cooperative agreement with the Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority to facilitate the project.

  20. Impact Fund grant from Minnesota Housing for neighborhood stabilization This link open a new window(2017-01436)
    1. Accepting an Impact Fund grant from Minnesota Housing in the amount of $750,000.

    2. Authorizing a contract between Minnesota Housing and the City of Minneapolis for funds received.

    3. Passage of Resolution appropriating $239,518.04 of program income generated through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) and  $1,041,507.79 of program income generated through HOME.

  21. Memorandum of Understanding with Minneapolis Public Housing Authority for the Minneapolis Property Owner Incentive Fund Pilot Program This link open a new window(2017-01427)
    1. Authorizing a Memorandum of Understanding with Minneapolis Public Housing Authority for the Minneapolis Property Owner Incentive Fund Pilot Program.

  22. Carry-forward of Year 2017 Tax Exempt Entitlement Housing Revenue Bonds This link open a new window(2017-01429)
    1. Passage of Resolution authorizing the carry-forward of $49,655,014 of the Year 2017 Tax Exempt Multifamily Housing Entitlement Revenue Bonds for the Multifamily Housing Program.

  23. Rental dwelling license revocation of all license(s) held by Stephen Frenz This link open a new window(2017-01438)
    1. Approving the revocation of the Rental Dwelling License(s) held by Stephen Frenz, sixty (60) properties in all, for failure to meet licensing standards pursuant to Section 244.1910 1(3a), (15) and (19) of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances.

    2. Adopting Findings of Fact, Conclusions and Recommendation of the Department of Regulatory Services.

    3. Denying the request of Stephen Frenz for stay enforcement of all rental dwelling license revocations pending certiorari appeal to the Minnesota Court of Appeals.

    4. Adopting Findings of Fact in support of the decision to deny the stay request.

    5. Directing the City Attorney’s Office to evaluate legal options on how to move forward with regard to the legal actions that are taking place involving the subject properties.

Committee of the Whole
Dec 6, 2017 - Committee Report
  1. Amendments to the Municipal Minimum Wage ordinance This link open a new window(2017-01316)
    1. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 2, Chapter 40 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Administration: Workplace Regulations, clarifying business size determination for the minimum wage ordinance.

  2. City Coordinator - Race and Equity Division ordinance This link open a new window(2017-01321)
    1. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 2, Chapter 21 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Administration: City Coordinator, adding a new section creating a Division of Race and Equity within the City Coordinator’s Office.

  3. Racial Equity Steering Committee and Racial Equity Community Advisory Committee This link open a new window(2017-01520)
    1. Passage of Resolution establishing the Racial Equity Steering Committee to create a Racial Equity Action Plan for Minneapolis.

    2. Passage of Resolution establishing the Racial Equity Community Advisory Committee to serve as an advisory board to the City Council on issues of racial equity.

Health, Environment & Community Engagement
Nov 27, 2017 - Committee Report
  1. Minneapolis Community Environmental Advisory Commission (CEAC) appointments This link open a new window(2017-01337)
    1. Approving the following City Council appointments for two-year terms, beginning Jan 1, 2017, and ending Dec 31, 2018: Forrest Theisen, Seat 4, Ward 7; Bobbie Jo Erichsen, Seat 9, Ward 12.

  2. Homegrown Minneapolis Food Council appointments This link open a new window(2017-01411)
      1. Confirming the following Mayoral appointments for two-year terms beginning Jan 1, 2018, and ending Dec 31, 2019: Amy Maas (Seat 14, Ward 3); Mary Vorndran (Seat 15, Ward 9); Sophie Wallerstedt (Seat 10, Ward 3); and Christina White (Seat 13, Ward 8).
      2. Confirming the following Mayoral reappointments for two-year terms beginning Jan 1, 2018, and ending Dec 31, 2019: Caroline Devany (Seat 12, Ward 9); Beth Dooley (Seat 9, Ward 7); DeVon Nolen (Seat 11, Ward 4); and Latasha Powell (Seat 8, Ward 5) (Mayorally appointed Co-Chair).
      3. Approving the following City Council appointments for two-year terms beginning Jan 1, 2018, and ending Dec 31, 2019: Alyssa Banks (Seat 2); Winston Bell (Seat 7, Ward 5); Dana Boyer (Seat 3, Ward 2); Rachelle Pass (Seat 5, Ward 8); Jason Walker (Seat 6, Ward 13); and Zainab Youngmark (Seat 1, Ward 4).
      4. Approving the following City Council reappointment for a two-year term beginning Jan 1, 2018, and ending Dec 31, 2019: Martin Brown (Seat 4, Ward 6).
      5. Waiving the residency requirement (Minneapolis Code of Ordinances 14.180) for Alyssa Banks.
  3. Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Office of Justice Programs grant for youth intervention program This link open a new window(2017-01412)
    1. Authorizing acceptance of a grant from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Office of Justice Programs in the amount of $90,000 over two years for Inspiring Youth, the Health Department's early-intervention program for young people at risk of involvement with violence.

    2. Authorizing an agreement with the Minnesota Department of Public Safety for the grant.

    3. Passage of Resolution approving appropriation of funds to the Health Department.

  4. Grant application to Minnesota Department of Human Services for School Based Clinic Program This link open a new window(2017-01476)
    1. Authorizing the submittal of a grant application to the Minnesota Department of Human Services for an amount not to exceed $1.35 million over three years to expand mental health and ancillary support services to high school students receiving services through the City of Minneapolis School Based Clinic Program.

  5. Potential programing for utility franchise fee increase revenue This link open a new window(2017-01413)
    1. Passage of Resolution establishing a framework for clean energy funding for Minneapolis.

Intergovernmental Relations
Nov 30, 2017 - Committee Report
  1. 2001 Renewable Development Fund (RDF) grant award to Crown Hydro This link open a new window(2017-01506)
    1. Authorizing proper city officials to submit reply comments to the Public Utilities Commission, on behalf of the City of Minneapolis, recommending support of the position of the Metropolitan Council and other entities that the RDF grant awarded to Crown Hydro in 2001 be considered expired and the grant be terminated.

  2. 2017 Federal Legislative Agenda This link open a new window(2017-01031)
    1. Approving an amendment to the City's federal legislative agenda which adds the City's position on the federal tax code reform.

  3. Opposing Gun Conceal and Carry Reciprocity Laws This link open a new window(2017-01516)
    1. Passage of Resolution opposing gun conceal and carry reciprocity laws.

  4. 2018 Legislative Policy Positions This link open a new window(2017-01262)
    1. Approving an additional policy position to the current bonding list for The Family Partnership's 36,000 square foot headquarters along with a childcare facility, a behavioral health clinic, a Center for Healing and Empowerment for victims of violence and sex trafficking, and space for training and community gathering.

Public Safety, Civil Rights & Emergency Management
Nov 29, 2017 - Committee Report
  1. Contract amendment with Translanguages, LLC for translation and interpretation services This link open a new window(2017-01475)
    1. Authorizing an increase to contract No. C-40491 with Translanguages, LLC, in the amount of $10,000 for a total amount not to exceed $60,000, and extending the contract through March 31, 2018, for translation and interpretation services for the Police Department.

  2. Grant from Minnesota Homeland Security and Emergency Management for the Police Bomb Disposal Unit services This link open a new window(2017-01415)
    1. Accepting grant award from Minnesota Homeland Security and Emergency Management in the amount of $267,260 to provide bomb disposal equipment and training.

    2. Authorizing an agreement with the Minnesota Homeland Security and Emergency Management for the grant.

    3. Passage of Resolution appropriating funds to the Police Department. 

  3. Joint Powers Agreement for participation in the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) Human Trafficking Investigators Task Force This link open a new window(2017-01479)
    1. Authorizing a Joint Powers Agreement with the Minnesota Department of Public Safety and its Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) to participate in the Human Trafficking Investigators Task Force for five (5) years to investigate and prosecute crimes of human trafficking and the sexual exploitation of children. 

  4. Contract amendment with Forsite Consulting Services, LLC for table top exercises and after-action reporting This link open a new window(2017-01484)
    1. Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-41680 with Forsite Consulting, LLC, in the amount of $20,000, and extend the contract through April 1, 2018,  for the design and administration of exercise injects while the Emergency Operations Center is open during Super Bowl LII, along with the development of an After Action Report following the event. 

  5. Appointments to the Police Conduct Oversight Commission This link open a new window(2017-01379)
    1. Approving Council appointments below for two-year terms, beginning Jan. 1, 2018, and ending Dec. 31, 2019: Afsheen Foroozan, Seat 2, Ward 3; Kate Bischoff, Seat 4, Ward 11.

    2. Approving the Council reappointment of  Jennifer Singleton, Seat 3, Ward 8, for a two-year term beginning Jan. 1, 2018, and ending Dec. 31, 2019.

    3. Confirming the Mayoral reappointments below for two-year terms, beginning Jan. 1, 2018, and ending Dec. 31, 2019: Laura Westphal, Seat 6, Ward 13; Andrea Brown (CHAIR), Seat 7, Ward 2.

  6. Appointments to the Minneapolis Commission on Civil Rights This link open a new window(2017-01380)
    1. Confirming the following Mayoral reappointments for 3-year terms, beginning Jan.1, 2018, and ending Dec. 31, 2020: Aaron Corfield, Seat 3, Ward 11; Aaliyah Hodge, Seat 4, Ward 4; Mariam Mokri, Seat 10, Ward 6

    2. Confirming the following Mayoral appointments for 3-year terms, beginning Jan. 1, 2018, and ending Dec. 31, 2020: Katy Armendariz, Seat 1, Ward 12; Alfonso Cornish, Seat 2, Ward 8; Brian Malloy, Seat 5, Ward 2; Anika Robbins, Seat 6, Ward 5; Paul Hurckman, Seat 7, Ward 9

    3. Confirming the following Mayoral appointments for 2-year terms, beginning Jan. 1, 2018, and ending Dec.31, 2019: David Farrar, Seat 17, Ward 7; Donna Magarian, Seat 20, Ward 13

    4. Approving the following Council appointments for 2-year terms, beginning Jan. 1, 2018, and ending Dec. 31, 2019: Dominique Jones, Seat 15, Ward 5; Cindy Lord, Seat 16, Ward 11; Jennifer Trooien, Seat 21, Ward 10

    5. Approving the Council appointment of Shanea Turner-Smith, Seat 8, Ward 13, to a 1-year term, beginning Jan.1, 2018, and ending Dec. 31, 2018.

    6. Confirming the Mayoral appointment of Elizabeth Simones, Seat 13, Ward 3, for a 1-year term, beginning Jan. 1, 2018, and ending Dec. 31, 2018.

    7. Approving the Council appointment of Amy Bergquist, Seat 14, Ward 3, to an unexpired three-year term, beginning Jan.1, 2016, and ending Dec. 31, 2018.

  7. Amendments to Police Conduct Oversight ordinance This link open a new window(2017-01372)
    1. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 9, Chapter 172 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Fire and Police Protection:  Police Conduct Oversight, clarifying the working relationship between civilian oversight, the Police Department, and city government. 

  8. Unmanned aircraft ordinance This link open a new window(2017-01319)
    1. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 15, Chapter 385 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Offenses--Miscellaneous: In General, adding a new Section 385.40 restricting takeoffs and landings of unmanned aircraft for special events.

  9. Staff directions regarding appointments to the Police Conduct Oversight Committee and the Minneapolis Commission on Civil Rights This link open a new window(2017-01513)
    1. Directing staff to provide accessibility to all applicants' publicly available information when publishing agendas for public hearings that are considering appointments to both the Police Conduct Oversight Committee and the Commission on Civil Rights.

    2. Directing the City Attorney’s Office to review the compliance of the membership of both the Police Conduct Oversight Committee and the Commission on Civil Rights and make recommendations as needed. The City Attorney’s Office shall report back to the Public Safety, Civil Rights &  Emergency Management Committee by the end of February 2018.

    1. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 7 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Civil Rights, updating the Civil Rights ordinance:

      1. Chapter 139 In General.
      2. Chapter 141 Administration and Enforcement.
Transportation & Public Works
Nov 28, 2017 - Committee Report
  1. Broadway St NE (Stinson Blvd to Industrial Blvd) Street Reconstruction: Project approval, assessment, and areaway abandonment This link open a new window(2017-01252)
    1. Passage of Resolution ordering the work to proceed and adopting special assessments in the amount of $2,634,553.57 for the Broadway St NE (Stinson Blvd to Industrial Blvd) Street Reconstruction Project No. 6759 (CPV117).

    2. Passage of Resolution requesting the Board of Estimate and Taxation authorize the City’s issuance and sale of assessment bonds in the amount of $2,634,555 for the project.

    3. Passage of Resolution ordering the abandonment and removal of areaways located in the public right-of-way in conflict with the project.

  2. Redesign of Nicollet Mall ordinance This link open a new window(2016-01117)
    1. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 17, Chapter 439 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Streets and Sidewalks: Nicollet Mall, amending provisions related to the redesign of Nicollet Mall.

  3. 61st St W (Lyndale Ave S to Nicollet Ave S) Street Reconstruction: Project designation This link open a new window(2017-00645)
    1. Passage of Resolution designating the location and improvements proposed to be made in the 61st St W Street Reconstruction Project No. 2288 (CPV103).

    2. Adopting report receiving the cost estimate in the amount of $4,637,000 in 2018, and directing the preparation of proposed special assessments against the list of benefited properties by applying the 2018 Uniform Assessment Rates.

  4. Hennepin Ave S (from Lake St to 36th St) Street Reconstruction: Project designation This link open a new window(2017-00808)
    1. Passage of Resolution designating the location and improvements proposed to be made in the Hennepin Ave S Street Reconstruction Project No. 6763 (CPV121).

    2. Adopting report receiving the cost estimate in the amount of $6,912,792 in 2018, and directing the preparation of proposed special assessments against the list of benefited properties by applying the 2018 Uniform Assessment Rate.

  5. Contract with In Control, Inc. for control system programming for Fridley Filtration Plant Rehabilitation This link open a new window(2017-01443)
    1. Authorizing a contract with In Control, Inc., in the amount of $355,000, for control system programming for the Fridley Filtration Plant Rehabilitation Project and general services programming for the water system through Dec 31, 2020.

  6. Contract amendment with Cemstone Products Company for ready mix concrete This link open a new window(2017-01444)
    1. Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-42469 with Cemstone Products Company in the amount of $400,000, for a revised contract total of $1,390,488, for ready mix concrete.

  7. Contract amendment with Shafer Contracting Company Inc. for 54th St W Street Reconstruction Project This link open a new window(2017-01445)
    1. Authorizing an amendment to Contract No. C-41140 with Shafer Contracting Company, Inc. increasing the contract by $199,492.75 for a revised contract total of $4,475,971.20, for additional work on the 54th St W Reconstruction Project No. 6735 (CPV084).

  8. Contract amendment with Safety Signs for the rental of traffic control devices This link open a new window(2017-01446)
    1. Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-41987 with Safety Signs in the amount of $80,000, for a revised contract amount not to exceed $580,000, for additional rental of traffic control devices for use city-wide.

  9. Contract amendment with Ti-Zack Concrete, Inc. for the 24th Street/School Locations Pedestrian Ramp and Signal Upgrades Project This link open a new window(2017-01448)
    1. Authorizing an amendment to Contract No. C-41612 with Ti-Zack Concrete, Inc, increasing the contract by $511,953, for a revised contract total of $4,575,000, for the 24th Street/School Locations Pedestrian Ramp and Signal Upgrades Project.

  10. Contract amendment with Ti-Zack Concrete, Inc. for the 35th-36th St S Pedestrian Ramp and Signal Upgrades Project This link open a new window(2017-01447)
    1. Authorizing an amendment to Contract No. C-41491 with Ti-Zack Concrete, Inc, increasing the contract by $65,325, for a revised contract total of $2,033,195.95, for the 35th-36th St S Pedestrian Ramp and Signal Upgrades Project.

  11. Contract amendment with Formations Studio for additional services associated with public art on Nicollet Mall This link open a new window(2017-01449)
    1. Authorizing an amendment to Contract No. C-40238 with Formations Studio in the amount of $27,000, for a revised contract total of $253,300, for additional services associated with the Nimbus public art project on Nicollet Mall.

  12. Memorandum of Understanding with Minnesota Department of Transportation for access to traffic video This link open a new window(2017-01450)
    1. Authorizing a Memorandum of Understanding with the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) for access to traffic video for a 5-year period following the effective date of the contract.

  13. 10th Ave SE Mississippi River Bridge engineering consultant service contract This link open a new window(2017-01451)
    1. Authorizing a contract with Short Elliot Hendrickson, Inc. in the amount of $1,972,831 for engineering consultant services for the 10th Ave SE Mississippi River Bridge Project (CBR111).

  14. Penn Ave N Reconstruction Project/C-Line Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Improvements: Cooperative agreement with Hennepin County This link open a new window(2017-01452)
    1. Authorizing a cooperative agreement with Hennepin County not to exceed $2.5 million for City of Minneapolis cost participation on the Penn Ave N Reconstruction Project (between Broadway Ave N and Lowry Ave N) in addition to intersection work pertaining to the C-Line Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project.

    2. Authorizing a force account agreement with Hennepin County not to exceed $250,000 to be reimbursed for water main work, signal cabinets, and signal controllers for the Penn Ave N Reconstruction Project.

  15. Agreement with Hennepin County for traffic signal improvements This link open a new window(2017-01453)
    1. Authorizing Cooperative Agreement PW 49-20-17 with Hennepin County in an amount not to exceed $150,000 for three traffic signal systems.

    2. Passage of Resolution increasing County State Aid appropriation and revenue by $150,000 for reimbursement of expenses incurred in TR022 Traffic Safety Program.

  16. 4th St Reconstruction Project (2nd Ave N to 4th Ave S): Project layout and easements This link open a new window(2017-01454)
    1. Directing Public Works staff to re-examine the layout for the block of 4th St S between 3rd Ave S and 4th Ave S, in light of additional input received on the proposed layout, and return to the first scheduled meeting in February 2018 with a proposed design.

    2. Approving the layout for the reconstruction of 4th St N/S from 2nd Ave N to 4th Ave S, Special Improvement of Existing Street No. 2285 (CPV095).

    3. Authorizing negotiation with private property owners to acquire easements and additional right-of-way, if necessary, for the project.

  17. 18th Ave NE Trail Gap (6th St NE to Washington St NE): Project layout and easements This link open a new window(2017-01455)
    1. Approving the layout for the construction of an extension of the 18th Ave NE Trail from 6th St NE to Washington St NE.

    2. Authorizing purchase of permanent and temporary trail easements and compensation of affected property owners.  The purchase price shall be fair market value as supported by an independent appraisal, plus transaction costs.  Acquisition costs will be paid from Fund 04160-6020100 Project No. 602D1094, Activity No. DPWA.

    1. Adopting a Nicollet Mall Policy to assign unique regulations to various areas of the public right-of-way on Nicollet Mall.

  18. Access Minneapolis Citywide Action Plan: Amendment to include historic streets as a street design type This link open a new window(2017-01465)
    1. Approving an amendment to the Access Minneapolis Citywide Ten-Year Action Plan to include historic streets as a street design type.

  19. Capital project closeouts and appropriation and revenue adjustments within the City’s Capital Project and Enterprise Funds This link open a new window(2017-01466)
    1. Passage of Resolution amending the 2017 Capital Improvement Appropriation Resolution authorizing closure and appropriation adjustments withn the City's Capital Project and Enterprise Funds and reallocating and redistributing excess revenues and bond proceeds to projects requiring additional funding.

    2. Passage of Resolution requesting the Board of Estimate and Taxation to authorize the issuance of additional Net Debt in the amount of $2,020,000.

  20. Bid for Revised Signal Systems and Pedestrian Curb Ramp Improvements This link open a new window(2017-01471)
    1. Accepting the low bid of Ti-Zack Concrete, Inc., submitted on Official Publication No. 8472, in the amount of $1,628,633, to provide all materials, labor, equipment, and incidentals for the construction of the Revise Signal and Pedestrian Curb Ramp Improvements (S.P. 141-030-037) for the City of Minneapolis, Public Works Department, and authorizing a contract for the project, all in accordance with City specifications.

  21. Zero Waste Plan adoption and development of three-year implementation plan This link open a new window(2017-01468)
    1. Adopting the Zero Waste Plan. 

    2. Directing Solid Waste & Recycling staff to coordinate the development of a three-year implementation plan of select priority strategies identified in the Zero Waste Plan.  Representatives from Regulatory Services, CPED, and the Health Department shall participate in the planning process and staff shall return to Council by June 1, 2018, with an implementation plan for 2019 - 2021.

  1. Gas franchise fee ordinance This link open a new window(2017-01144)
    1. Passage of Ordinance amending Appendix C-2 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Centerpoint Energy Minnesota Gas, Gas Franchise Fee,  increasing the percentage rate of the franchise fees for gas one-half percent across all classes of customers.

  2. Electric franchise fee ordinance This link open a new window(2017-01145)
    1. Passage of Ordinance amending Appendix D-2 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to The Northern States Power, d/b/a Xcel Energy, Electric Franchise Fee, increasing the percentage rate of the franchise fees for electricity one-half percent across all classes of customers.

  3. Legal Settlement - Lamar Ferguson v. Robert Thunder, Tou Thao, and the City of Minneapolis This link open a new window(2017-01491)
    1. Approving the settlement of the lawsuit Lamar Ferguson v. Robert Thunder, Tou Thao, and the City of Minneapolis, (Court File No. 17-cv-01110), by payment of $25,000 to Lamar Ferguson and his attorneys, Leventhal PLLC, and authorizing the City Attorney's Office to execute any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement.

  4. Legal Settlement--Michael Kelly v. City of Minneapolis, et al. This link open a new window(2017-01502)
    1. Approving settlement of the lawsuit  Michael Kelly v. City of Minneapolis, et al., by payment in the amount of $60,000 to Plaintiff Michael Kelly/Power-of-Attorney Sheila Webb and their attorneys Cody Law Group, and authorizing any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement.

  5. Legal Settlement - Claim of Thomas A. Terwey This link open a new window(2017-01504)
    1. Approving the settlement of the Workers’ Compensation claim of Thomas A. Terwey by payment in the amount of $163,000 to Thomas A. Terwey and his attorneys, Osterbauer Law Firm, and authorizing the City Attorney’s Office to execute any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement.

  6. Legal Settlement - claim of Latisha Edwards This link open a new window(2017-01505)
    1. Approving the settlement of the personal injury claim against the City made by Latisha Edwards by payment in the amount of $9,250 to Latisha Edwards and her attorneys, Walker Law Offices, and authorizing the City Attorney’s Office to execute any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement.

  7. Contract amendments with NAC Mechanical & Electric Services for change orders regarding the domestic water supply and sanitary drain pipe replacement project This link open a new window(2017-01485)
    1. Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-38125 with NAC Mechanical & Electrical Services in the amount of $15,798.88 for a new total of $879,321.38, and extending the contract through March 31, 2018, for coverage of change orders on the domestic water supply and sanitary drain pipe replacement project at the Minneapolis Convention Center. 

  8. Contract amendment with Ice Builders, Inc. for change orders on the Target Center ice replacement project This link open a new window(2017-01477)
    1. Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-41643 with Ice Builders, Inc. in the amount of $454,040.85, for a new total of $2,963,040.85, to cover change orders associated with fixing a design flaw in the Target Center ice replacement project.

  9. Purchase of a high-speed small format scanner for the Document Solutions Center This link open a new window(2017-01488)
    1. Approving the purchase of a high-speed small format scanner for the Document Solutions Center from Compar, Inc., for the amount of $6,028.43 to pilot the paper document reduction initiative supporting the campus move.

  10. Appropriation approval and loan application request through the Minnesota Public Facilities Authority for the Fridley Filter Plant Rehabilitation project This link open a new window(2017-01490)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving an application for a $56,200,000 loan from the Minnesota Public Facilities Authority (PFA) for financing a portion of the WTR24 Fridley Filter Rehabilitation project and WTR26 Recarbonation System Replacement project and expressing the City’s official intent to reimburse costs with tax-exempt note proceeds.

    2. Passage of Resolution granting early approval of the 2018 – 2020 capital budget appropriations of $26,000,000 for the WTR24 Fridley Filter Plant Rehabilitation project.

    3. Passage of Resolution Requesting the Board of Estimate and Taxation authorize the issuance of a general obligation note to the Minnesota Public Facilities Authority (PFA) of up to $56,200,000.

  11. Annual property insurance premium for the Minneapolis Convention Center (MCC), Tallmadge Building, and parking deck This link open a new window(2017-01493)
    1. Authorizing acceptance of the favorable premium rate defined for the 2018 property insurance for the Convention Center (including the Talmadge Building, and the parking deck) for Jan. 1, 2018 coverage.   

    2. Accepting the Chubb Insurance quote of $295,280 plus taxes and surcharges.

    3. Locking in the binder fo the 2018 Property & Business Interruption coverage.

    4. Accepting the quote for the inclusion of additional terrorism coverage for compliance with the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) as renewed by the federal government, in this annual rate.

  12. Contract amendment with Springsted, Inc. to perform federal rebate calculations for bond issues in the City's Common Bond Fund This link open a new window(2017-01494)
    1. Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-40584 with Springsted, Inc. in the amount of $50,000 for a new net-to-exceed total of $100,000, and extending the contract for three (3) years through Dec. 31, 2020, to perform federal rebate calculations for bond issues in the City's Common Bond Fund.  

  13. Master contracts with ten firms for short-term investment providers This link open a new window(2017-01495)
    1. Approving master contracts with ten firms to serve as authorized providers of short-term investments or investment services (Advantus Capital Management -current provider, Merchants Bank, Bremer Bank, American Deposit Management, PMA Financial Network, US Bank, Piper Jaffray, RBC Wealth Management, JP Morgan Chase Bank, Bank of America.)

  14. City Investment Policy review and updates This link open a new window(2017-01496)
    1. Approving the following changes to the City’s investment policy:

      1. Merging of the Investment Management function of the Treasury Department with the Capital and Debt Management function to consolidate expertise regarding public finance activities on City business, causing several necessary technical title changes within the Investment Policy from Treasury Director to Director of Investments Capital and Debt Management.
      2. Adjusting the language providing for ongoing changes to performance benchmarks or investing activities as determined by the investment committee.
  15. Contract amendment to the investment management agreement This link open a new window(2017-01497)
    1. Authorizing an amendment giving a third-party Investment Manager authority to escrow ten percent (10%) of the purchase price of a City-Approved Naturally Occuring Affordable Housing (NOAH) PC (the “Securitization Funds”) with U.S. Bank National Association, as custodian in accordance with the Securitization Deposit Agreement for Freddie Mac issued securities.

  16. Contract with Aeritae Consulting Ltd., for Solid Waste Information Management System service and ServiceNow module implementations This link open a new window(2017-01498)
    1. Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-41484 with Aeritae Consulting Group, Ltd., in the amount of $500,000, for a new not-to-exceed total of $1,500,000, for phase two completion of the replacement of the Solid Waste Information System (SWIS), and the governannce over all ServiceNow module implementations.

  17. Gift Acceptance for travel to Sharepoint Fest in December 2017 This link open a new window(2017-01480)
    1. Passage of Resolution accepting gifts covering the conference registration, airfare, lodging, and meal expenses for Tamara Bredemus to attend Sharepoint Fest in Chicago, Illinois in Dec. 2017. 

  18. Contract with Twitter for data procurement This link open a new window(2017-01499)
    1. Authorizing a free 30-day trial agreement with Twitter, Inc. and Twitter International Company (collectively “Twitter”), with customized terms and conditions relating to termination, limitations of liability, and governing law, to provide data so that a tool can be built to help decrease the Minneapolis Health Department’s response time to potential foodborne illness outbreaks.

  19. Grant from the United States Department of Justice, Community-Oriented Policing Services (COPS) for support of 10 sworn officers This link open a new window(2017-01509)
    1. Accepting a grant from the United States Department of Justice-Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (DOJ-COPS), in the amount of $1,250,000 for the support of additional sworn officers to the Minneapolis Police Department. 

    2. Authorizing an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) for the grant.

    3. Passage of Resolution approving appropriation of funds to the Police Department.

  20. Contract amendments with Hennepin County Department of Community Corrections for probation officer services This link open a new window(2017-01501)
    1. Approving an extension to Contract No. C-39860 with Hennepin County Community Corrections (“HCCC") through Dec. 31, 2018, and increasing the contract in the amount of $64,800, for a probation officer to provide active probation supervision services for the Downtown 100 chronic offenders.  

    2. Approving an extension to Contract No. C-39861 with Hennepin County Community Corrections (“HCCC") through Dec. 31, 2018, and increasing the contract in the amount of $50,000, for a probation officer to provide active probation supervision services for City-wide 200 chronic offenders.

    3. Approving an extension to Contract No. C-39859 with Hennepin County Community Corrections (“HCCC") through Dec. 31, 2018, and increasing the contract in the amount of $50,000, for a probation officer to provide active probation supervision services for the Downtown 100 and Focus 18-24 chronic offenders.

  21. Appointment for Ward 6 to the Capital Long-Range Improvement Committee (CLIC) This link open a new window(2017-01503)
    1. Approving Matthew Koskie as the  Capital Long-Range Improvement Committee (CLIC) appointee for Ward 6 for the remainder of the current CLIC term expiring Dec. 31, 2018. 

  22. Grant from the Minnesota Department of Health for lead-awareness and healthy homes campaign This link open a new window(2017-01508)
    1. Accepting a grant from the Minnesota Department of Health in the amount of $15,000 to provide for a lead paint awareness campaign and healthy homes in-home education events with a focus on lead based paint hazards for the grant year starting Dec.1, 2017.

    2. Passage of Resolution appropriating funds to the Health Department.

  23. Application to the Minnesota Department of Health for home visiting grant This link open a new window(2017-01507)
    1. Approving an application to the Minnesota Department of Health for a not-to-exceed $2,000,000, three (3) year and nine (9) month evidence based home visiting grant for low income and at-risk families.

  24. Amendment to the City of Minneapolis Minneflex Plan This link open a new window(2017-01510)
    1. Authorizing an amendment  to the City of Minneapolis Minneflex Plan to incorporate changes consistent with medical plan self-insurance, to reflect per pay-period deductions and to update provider and third party administrator information.  

  25. Participatory Budgeting Staff Direction This link open a new window(2017-01489)
    1. Authorizing the use of the Minneapolis Participatory Budgeting Playbook (PB Playbook) for projects and programs which would benefit from the use of a participatory budgeting process, and further approving revision of the PB Playbook with lessons learned from the 2018 PB playbook pilot project. 

  26. Bid by Carleton Companies, Inc. for Parking Ramp Demolition Project This link open a new window(2017-01486)
    1. Accepting the low bid of Carleton Companies, Inc., submitted on Official Publication No. 8485, in the amount of $1,115,000, to provide all materials, labor, equipment, and incidentals for the 501 4th Ave S Parking Ramp Demolition Project, and authorizing a contract for the project, which also accepts unit price #1 for rock excavation and replacement with satisfactory soil materials at $55 per cubic yard, if needed, all in accordance with City specifications.

  27. Contract with Technology Management Corporation for information technology and audio visual consulting services This link open a new window(2017-01492)
    1. Authorizing a contract with Technology Management Corporation for consulting services for the Consolidated Office Building project in an amount not-to-exceed $ 325,000, for three (3) years through Dec. 31, 2020.

    2. Passage of Resolution appropriating an additional $ 325,000 to the Capital Project Fund (04180-9010923) and declaring the City Council's official intent to reimburse these expeditures with proceeds from tax exempt bonds. 
  28. Request by Officer Michael Griffin for reimbursement of criminal defense fees This link open a new window(2017-01478)
    1. Considering the request of Officer Michael Griffin for reimbursement of criminal defense fees in the amount of $75,000, related to the prosecution of Officer Griffin in U.S.A. v. Griffin (Court File No.15-cr-00160.)

  29. Legal Settlement - Lawsuit of Country Preferred Insurance Company This link open a new window(2017-01526)
    1. Approving the settlement of the personal injury lawsuit of Country Preferred Insurance Company by payment in the amount of $19,000 to Country Preferred Insurance Company and their attorneys, Yost & Baill, and authorizing the City Attorney’s Office to execute any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement.

  30. Legal Settlement - Claim of Jenna A. Porrazzo This link open a new window(2017-01528)
    1. Approving the settlement of the personal injury claim pf Jenna A. Porrazzo by payment in the amount of $9,000 to Jenna A. Porrazzo and her attorney, Martin T. Montilino, and authorizing the City Attorney’s Office to execute any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement.

  31. Joint Powers Agreement with State of Minnesota for electrical work and related costs This link open a new window(2017-01519)
    1. Authorizing State of Minnesota Department of Health joint powers agreement No. 134944 for electrical work to be provided by the City, as the well as the related costs such as labor, materials, equipment, electrical power, and other electrical services.

  1. Local historic landmark designation: Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2501 Columbus Ave This link open a new window(2017-01357)
    1. Denying the local historic landmark designation (PLAN 4011) of Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church located at 2501 Columbus Ave, subject to conditions.

  2. Minneapolis Arts Commission Appointments This link open a new window(2017-01462)
    1. Approving the following Council appointments for one-year terms beginning Jan. 1, 2016, and ending Dec. 31, 2018: Alyssa Perau, Seat 2, Ward 9; Erika Dani , Seat 14, Ward 4.

    2. Approving the Council appointment of Joan Vorderbruggen, Seat 17, Ward 10, for a two-year term beginning Jan. 1, 2017, and ending Dec. 31, 2019.

    3. Confirming the following Mayoral appointment of Hannah Gary, Seat 10, Ward 5, for a three-year term beginning Jan. 1, 2017, and ending Dec. 31, 2020.       

    4. Approving the following Council appointments for three-year terms beginning Jan. 1, 2017, and ending Dec. 31, 2020: Judi Obeid, Seat 12, Ward 10; Jose Garcia, Seat 3, Ward 1.

  3. Rezoning: Sarah Properties, LLC, 1120 W Broadway This link open a new window(2017-01457)
    1. Denying an application submitted by Sarah Properties, LLC to rezone (PLAN5130) the properties located at 1120 W Broadway from the C1 Neighborhood Commercial District to the C2 Neighborhood Corridor Commercial District to allow a shopping center.

  4. Drainage and utility easement vacation: MyHomeSource, block bound by 51st Ave N, Girard Ave N, 50th Ave N, and Humboldt Ln and Ave N This link open a new window(2017-01461)
    1. Approving an application submitted by MyHomeSource to vacate (Vac-1691) drainage and utility easements in Humboldt Greenway 5th Addition, in the block bound by 51st Ave N, Girard Ave N, 50th Ave N and Humboldt Ln and Ave N, subject to the retention of easements by Xcel Energy.

    2. Passage of Resolution vacating drainage and utility easements in Blocks 5 and 11, Humboldt Greenway Seventh Addition (Vacation File No, 1691).

  5. Van White Memorial Boulevard Station Small Area Plan This link open a new window(2017-01464)
    1. Directing staff to work with the Harrison Neighborhood Association to incorporate their concerns about affordable housing and land use into the Comprehensive Plan and any possible revisions to the Van White Memorial Blvd Station Small Area Plan; and also to work with the Harrison Neighborhood Association to acknowledge their concerns in the revisions being considered to the Unified Housing Policy of the City of Minneapolis.

    2. Approving the Van White Memorial Boulevard Station Small Area Plan and amending the policy guidance into the city's comprehensive plan update: Minneapolis 2040.

    1. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 20 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Zoning Code, amending regulations related to pet boarding and animal shelters:

      1. Chapter 520, Introductory Provisions
      2. Chapter 536, Specific Development Standards
      3. Chapter 541, Off-Street Parking and Loading
      4. Chapter 548, Commercial Districts
      5. Chapter 549, Downtown Districts
      6. Chapter 550, Industrial Districts

Unfinished Business

  1. Street vacation: Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, 3500 Cedar Lake Ave This link open a new window(2017-01371)
    1. Passage of Resolution vacating an unpaved portion of Cedar Lake Avenue (VAC-1677).

  1. Appointed position in the Human Resources Department: Director Human Resources Business Operations This link open a new window(2017-01511)
    1. Referring to the Committee of the Whole the following:

      1. Adopting findings that the proposed position meets the criteria in Section 20.1010 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances, City Council to Establish Positions.
      2. Approving the appointed position of Director Human Resources Business Operations, evaluated at 548 total points and allocated to Grade 12.
    2. Referring to the Committee of the Whole an ordinance approving the salary schedule for the position, which has a salary range of $98,700 to $117,003, in accordance with the adopted compensation plan for appointed officials effective Nov. 12, 2017.

  2. Appointed position in the Human Resources Department: Director Human Resources Business Partnerships This link open a new window(2017-01512)
    1. Referring to the Committee of the Whole the following:

      1. Adopting findings that the proposed position meets the criteria in Section 20.1010 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances, City Council to Establish Positions.
      2. Approving the appointed position of Director Human Resources Business Partnerships, evaluated at 603 total points and allocated to Grade 13.
    2. Referring to the Committee of the Whole an ordinance approving the salary schedule for the position, which has a salary range of $108,845 to $129,028, in accordance with the adopted compensation plan for appointed officials effective Nov. 12, 2017.

  3. Appointed position in the Finance & Property Services Department: Director, Major Real Estate Projects This link open a new window(2017-01514)
    1. Referring to the Committee of the Whole the following:

      1. Adopting findings that the proposed position meets the criteria in Section 20.1010 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances, City Council to Establish Positions.
      2. Approving the appointed position of Director, Major Real Estate Projects, evaluated at 643 total points and allocated to Grade 14.
    2. Referring to the Committee of the Whole an ordinance approving the salary schedule for the position, which has a salary range of $116,223 to $137,774, in accordance with the adopted compensation plan for appointed officials effective Nov. 29, 2017.

  4. Appointed positions in the Police Department: Police Commander of Juvenile, Police Commander of Administration Services/Quality Assurance, Police Commander of Community and Collaborative Advancement, and Police Commander of Technology and Support Services This link open a new window(2017-01515)
    1. Referring to the Committee of the Whole the following:

      1. Adopting findings that the proposed positions meet the criteria in Section 20.1010 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances, City Council to Establish Positions.
      2. Approving the appointed positions of Police Commander of Juvenile, Police Commander of Administration Services/Quality Assurance, Police Commander of Community and Collaborative Advancement, and Police Commander of Technology and Support Services, evaluated at 655 total points and allocated to Grade 14.
    2. Referring to the Committee of the Whole the salary schedule for the positions, under the existing salary schedule for Police Commander, in accordance with the adopted compensation plan for appointed officials.

  5. Security Designations Policy This link open a new window(2017-01517)
    1. Referring to the Committee of the Whole approval of the City Security Designations Policy to establish and maintain designated areas within City facilities, reduce potential threats to people and property by restricting unauthorized access to facilities, and outline departmental roles and responsibilities for granting and managing access privileges for their employees, contractors, and visitors.

  6. Collective bargaining agreement: Minnesota Public Employees Association, 911 Dispatchers Unit, Jan. 1, 2017, through Dec. 31, 2019 This link open a new window(2017-01518)
    1. Referring to the Committee of the Whole the following:

      1. Approving a collective bargaining agreement with Minnesota Public Employees Association, 911 Dispatchers Unit for the period Jan. 1, 2017, through Dec. 31, 2019.
      2. Approving the Executive Summary of the agreement.
      3. Authorizing a collective bargaining agreement consistent with the terms of the Executive Summary.
      4. Authorizing the Labor Relations Director to implement the terms and conditions of the collective bargaining agreement upon ratification by the Association and adoption by the City Council.

Resolutions

  1. Health Department 150th Anniversary honorary resolution This link open a new window(2017-01458)
    1. Passage of Resolution recognizing the 150 year anniversary of the Minneapolis Health Department.

  2. Jayne Miller honorary resolution This link open a new window(2017-01549)
    1. Passage of Resolution honoring Jayne Miller for her years of service to the Minneapolis Park & Recreation District.

Announcements

Adjournment


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