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Minneapolis City Council Agenda

City Council of the City Council
and
Minneapolis Community Development Agency Operating Committee
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Regular Meeting
September 21, 2018 - 9:30 am
Room 317, City Hall
Members: Council Members Lisa Bender (President), Andrea Jenkins (Vice-President), Andrew Johnson (Majority Leader), Cam Gordon (Minority Leader), Kevin Reich, Steve Fletcher, Phillipe Cunningham, Jeremiah Ellison, Abdi Warsame, Lisa Goodman, Alondra Cano, Jeremy Schroeder, and Linea Palmisano
(Majority vote of all members, 7; 2/3 vote of all members, 9; quorum 7)
Committee Coordinator: Jackie Hanson, (612) 673-2216

Call to Order

  1. Roll Call.
  2. Adoption of the agenda.
  3. Acceptance of minutes of Aug 31, 2018.
  4. Referral of petitions, communications, and reports of the City officers to the proper Committees and departments.
Committee of the Whole
Sep 20, 2018 - Committee Report
  1. Tent encampment on Hiawatha Ave This link open a new window(2018-01032)
    1. Directing staff to:

      1. Continue to work with a coalition formed in partnership with representatives from the Minnesota Interagency Council on Homelessness, Hennepin County and community partners including Minneapolis Urban Indian Directors, on the City owned lot located at 1860 28th Street and 2717 Longfellow Avenue 2600 Minnehaha Avenue as the site for a Navigation Center to serve persons transitioning out of the current encampment. This work should include, but not be limited to, the following:

      1. Project management services that will make the site ready for occupancy before October 31, 2018, with a date mutually agreed upon by funding partners.
      2. Work with the Finance Officer to prepare a finance plan for both capital and operating costs, with a clear delineation of costs to be borne by the City and costs to be borne by other partners
      3. Work with Hennepin County, non-profit service organizations, and outreach workers to design and implement the operations and services needs of the Navigation Center. This includes developing and implementing admission and use policy, case management systems, service plan development and delivery, security, and center staffing. The County, non-profit service providers, and outreach workers will lead the planning and implementation efforts of this work with support from the City.
      4. Determination of a property manager
      5. Determination of navigation services providers and outreach workers
      6. Plans to mitigate off-site impacts of the Navigation Center on nearby properties
      7. An implementation plan with a sunset date.

      2. Return to the Housing Policy and Development Committee by September 26, 2018, with a plan for the Navigation Center that includes all of the above information, for consideration and potential adoption by the City Council.

      3. Participate in an ongoing joint task force with the coalition above and other organizations that serve unsheltered populations to define long-term strategies, including regular reports to the City Council, on:

      1. Ongoing resources for unsheltered populations;
      2. Recommendations for interagency coordination related to future encampments;
      3. Supports needed to address social service needs and outreach worker support in unsheltered populations of future encampments; and
      4. Related budget needs from the City, County, State, and private sources.
Economic Development & Regulatory Services
Sep 20, 2018 - Committee Report
  1. Liquor license approvals for September 11, 2018 This link open a new window(2018-01057)
    1. BUFFALO WILD WINGS GRILL & BAR #292, 2001 UNIVERSITY AVE SE Minneapolis, MN, (Ward 2) submitted by BLAZIN WINGS INC, BLAmend, LIC370836
    2. INSIGHT BREWING CO, 2821 HENNEPIN AVE E Minneapolis, MN, (Ward 1) submitted by INSIGHT BREWING CO LLC, BLAmend, LIC364971
    3. FINE LINE MUSIC CAFE, 318 1ST AVE N Minneapolis, MN, (Ward 3) submitted by FIRST AND THIRD PRODUCTIONS LLC, BLLiquor, LIC370888
  2. Gambling license renewals for September 11, 2018 This link open a new window(2018-01056)
    1. ST. LOUIS PARK HOCKEY BOOSTERS, submitted by ST. LOUIS PARK HOCKEY BOOSTERS, BLGeneral, LIC67193
  3. General license renewals for September 11, 2018 This link open a new window(2018-01058)
    1. GANDHI MAHAL, 3009 27TH AVE S Minneapolis, MN, (Ward 2) submitted by LITTLE TAJ MAHAL CORP, BLFood, LIC62105
  4. Rental dwelling license reinstatement: 1915 2nd Ave S, owner Michael Feddersen This link open a new window(2018-01033)
    1. Approving the reinstatement of the Rental Dwelling License for the property at 1915 2nd Ave S, formerly held by Stephen Frenz, to be held by new owner Michael Feddersen, based on submittal of an acceptable management plan and verification that said property is now in compliance with rental licensing standards.

  5. Rental dwelling license reinstatement: 3322 Clinton Ave S, owner Michael Mitchell This link open a new window(2018-01059)
    1. Approving the reinstatement of the Rental Dwelling License for the property at 3322 Clinton Ave S, formerly held by Thomas Cao, to be held by new owner Michael Mitchell, based on submittal of an acceptable management plan and verification that said property is now in compliance with rental licensing standards.

  6. Rental dwelling license reinstatement: 2323 Cole Ave SE, owner Matt Toomey This link open a new window(2018-01060)
    1. Approving the reinstatement of the Rental Dwelling License for the property at 2323 Cole Ave SE, formerly held by Frank Zaragoza, to be held by new owner Matt Toomey, based on submittal of an acceptable management plan and verification that said property is now in compliance with rental licensing standards.

  7. Grant acceptance from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED), the Metropolitan Council’s Tax Base Revitalization Account (TBRA), and Hennepin County's Environmental Response Fund (ERF) for the spring 2018 brownfield grant round This link open a new window(2018-01061)
    1. Accepting grants from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) for the following projects: 36 Bryant, 3612 Bryant Ave S and 3616 Bryant Ave S, in the amount of $160,651; Bassett Creek East, 747 3rd St N, in the amount of $278,887; Calhoun Towers, 3430 List Place, in the amount of $77,601; Sons of Norway, 1455 West Lake St, 3001 Humboldt Ave S, 3015 Humboldt Ave S, 3017 Humboldt Ave S, 3021 Humboldt Ave S, 3025 Humboldt Ave S, and 3016 Holmes Ave S, in the amount of $741,553; Superior Plating – Phase 2, 120 5th St NE, in the amount of $1,223,929; The Expo, 200 University Ave SE, 215 2nd St SE, 223 3rd Ave SE, and 229 2nd St SE, in the amount of $664,274; Thrivent Corporate Campus, 501 6th St S, 517 6th St S, 529 6th St S, 600 Portland Ave S, 610 Portland Ave S, 618 Portland Ave S, 500 7th St S, 512 7th St S, and 528 7th St S, in the amount of $755,756.

    2. Accepting grants from the Metropolitan Council’s Tax Base Revitalization Account (TBRA) for the following projects: 2nd & Van White f/k/a Glen Enterprise Hub, 214 Humboldt Ave N, 210 Humboldt Ave N, 205 Girard Ave N, 1221 2nd Ave N, 1215 2nd Ave N, 1207 2nd Ave N, 212 Girard Ave N, 210 Girard Ave N (west of Van White only) and 1129 2nd Ave N (west of Van White only), in the amount of $49,300; 12th Street Tower, 228 S. 12th St, in the amount of $150,800; Checkerboard, 3716 Dight Ave S, in the amount of $50,000; Impound West, 50 Dupont Avenue N, in the amount of $44,700; Sons of Norway, 1455 West Lake St, 3001 Humboldt Ave S, 3015 Humboldt Ave S, 3025 Humboldt Ave S, and 3016 Holmes Ave S, in the amount of $410,100; Superior Plating – Phase 2, 120 5th St NE, in the amount of $880,000; West Broadway Curve 2, 1706 W Broadway Ave, 1710 W Broadway Ave, 1714 W Broadway Ave, 1716 W Broadway Ave, 1720 W Broadway Ave, 1726 W Broadway Ave, 1800 W Broadway Ave, 1804 W Broadway Ave, 1808 W Broadway Ave, 1818 W Broadway Ave, 1820 W Broadway Ave, 1826 W Broadway Ave, 1900 W Broadway Ave, 1904 W Broadway Ave, 1910 W Broadway Ave, 1914 W Broadway Ave, 1918 W Broadway Ave, 1920 W Broadway Ave, and 2009 Ilion Ave N, in the amount of $206,300.

    3. Accepting grants from Hennepin County's Environmental Response Fund (ERF) for the following projects: 36 Bryant, 3612 Bryant Ave S and 3616 Bryant Ave S, in the amount of $85,000; Calhoun Towers, 3430 List Place, in the amount of $249,480; West Broadway Curve 2, 1706 W Broadway Ave, 1710 W Broadway Ave, 1714 W Broadway Ave, 1716 W Broadway Ave, 1720 W Broadway Ave, 1726 W Broadway Ave, 1800 W Broadway Ave, 1804 W Broadway Ave, 1808 W Broadway Ave, 1818 W Broadway Ave, 1820 W Broadway Ave, 1826 W Broadway Ave, 1900 W Broadway Ave, 1904 W Broadway Ave, 1910 W Broadway Ave, 1914 W Broadway Ave, 1918 W Broadway Ave, 1920 W Broadway Ave, and 2009 Ilion Ave N, in the amount of $153,654.

    4. Authorizing contracts or agreements with DEED, the Metropolitan Council and Hennepin County for the aforesaid grants.

    5. Authorizing execution of one or more funding agreements with each of the sub-recipients identified below (or an affiliated entity) and/or disbursement and related agreements for these grants.

    6. Passage of Resolution approving appropriation of funds to the Department of Community Planning and Economic Development.

  8. Development Rights Extension to Wellington Management, Inc. for the Van White and 2nd Ave N properties This link open a new window(2018-01062)
    1. Awarding extension of exclusive development rights to Wellington Management, Inc or related entity, for three parcels of City-owned property located at Van White and 2nd Ave N for a period of 12 months including 205 Girard, 210 & 214 Humboldt Ave N, 1207 (portion), 1215 & 1221 2nd Ave N and west portion of 1129 2nd Ave N and authorizing an additional extension of 6 months if approved by the Department of Community Planning & Economic Development Director. 

  1. Paid Parental Leave Policy This link open a new window(2018-00973)
    1. Approving changes to the City's Paid Parental Leave Policy to allow for paid parental leave to be taken within six months of the birth or adoption of a child and to remove eligibility of registered domestic partners as spouses.

  2. Contract with TerminalFour, Inc. (TerminalFour) to provide and implement a Web Content Management System (WCMS) This link open a new window(2018-01078)
      1. Authorizing a Contract with TerminalFour Inc., in a total amount not-to-exceed $1,500,000, for a period of five (5) years with an option to extend for three (3) additional one-year terms, to provide and implement a new Web Content Management System (WCMS) to manage the City’s website and content across numerous city departments, and
      2. Authorizing the customization of the liability terms and conditions within the contract to cap TerminalFour’s liability at $2,000,000.
  3. Contract amendment with Sierra-Cedar, Inc. to extend the PeopleSoft module implementation This link open a new window(2018-01079)
    1. Authorizing an extension to Contract No. C-38180 with Sierra-Cedar, Inc. through Dec. 31, 2019, at no additional cost to the City, for continued PeopleSoft module implementation. 

  4. Request for Proposals (RFP) for ServiceNow Professional Services This link open a new window(2018-01080)
    1. Authorizing issuance of a Request for Proposals (RFP) to establish a pool of consultants capable of providing skill sets needed to implement, enhance, train, and provide all aspects of services relating to the ServiceNow technology platform.

Housing Policy & Development
Sep 12, 2018 - Committee Report
  1. East Town Apartments revised bond issuance: 815 6th St S This link open a new window(2018-01065)
    1. Passage of Resolution rescinding Resolution 2017R-535, passed December 15, 2017, and replacing with a new resolution entitled, “Providing final approval of and authorizing the issuance, sale, and delivery of tax-exempt multifamily housing revenue bonds or obligations under Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 462C, as amended, for the purpose of financing a housing program in an amount not to exceed $9,000,000, consisting of the acquisition, construction, and equipping of a multifamily rental housing development for the benefit of East Town Apartments Limited Partnership, for the East Town Apartments project at 815 6th St S; approving the forms of and authorizing the execution and delivery of the obligations and related documents; providing for the security, rights, and remedies with respect to the obligations; and granting approval for certain other actions with respect thereto."

  2. Tent encampment on Hiawatha Ave This link open a new window(2018-01032)
    1. Directing the City Coordinator and Community Planning & Economic Development Director to work with Health and Finance staff to develop implementation plans for the establishment and operation of:

      1. One or more navigation center(s), including careful consideration of City-owned property, to provide emergency transitional services to address the immediate needs of the residents of the Hiawatha encampment that includes low-barrier access to emergency beds, basic healthcare, and other support services; and
      2. One or more culturally-focused and informed transitional housing options focused on serving American Indian individuals and families suffering from chronic homelessness.

      Staff will report back to the Committee of the Whole on September 20, 2018, to present the plan for the emergency navigation centers(s) including the implementation timeline, costs and funding sources for the navigation center(s).

      Staff will report back to the Housing Policy & Development Committee on October 24, 2018, with an implementation plan for the culturally-informed transitional housing project(s).

      For both the navigation center(s) and the transitional housing project(s), staff shall present two implementation scenarios, one that includes Hennepin County resources, and one that does not.

      Staff shall work directly with a diverse range of community residents, groups, and leaders who have been supporting the encampment residents as well as the encampment residents themselves to assist in determining the programmatic requirements of the navigation center(s) and longer-term transitional housing project(s).

Intergovernmental Relations
Sep 20, 2018 - Committee Report
  1. 2017 Federal Legislative Agenda This link open a new window(2017-01031)
    1. Amending the 2017 Federal Agenda to incorporate several changes that are in response to the Administration’s proposal to reduce funding for programs or change policies and rules to such programs as family planning, immigration, transit and taxes.

Public Health, Environment, Civil Rights, and Engagement
Sep 12, 2018 - Committee Report
  1. Gift acceptance for use of space/facilities at Metropolitan State University for the Urban Scholars Program This link open a new window(2018-01051)
    1. Passage of Resolution accepting use of space and facilities at Metropolitan State University for the Urban Scholars Program.

  2. Northside Green Zone Task Force: Establishment This link open a new window(2018-01063)
    1. Passage of a Resolution establishing the Northside Green Zone Task Force to serve as an advisory board to the City Council on the creation, implementation, and evaluation of the Northside Green Zone Work Plan.

  3. Group Violence Intervention Program This link open a new window(2018-01099)
    1. Directing Health Department staff, as part of the Group Violence Intervention Program, to gather the necessary data and information from violence prevention partners to update gang, clique, and group information.  This is to be done every six months and is effective immediately.

Transportation & Public Works
Sep 11, 2018 - Committee Report
  1. Special Service Districts (Section 428A districts): 2019 proposed services and service charges This link open a new window(2018-00885)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving special services, the cost estimates, service charges, and the lists of service charges for 2019 in the Bloomington-Lake, Chicago-Lake, East Lake, Lyndale Lake, 54th & Lyndale, and 50th and France Special Service Districts (Section 428A districts) and directing the City Engineer to proceed with the work.

  2. West Broadway Improvement Special Service District: 2019 proposed services and service charges This link open a new window(2018-00886)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving the 2019 Operating Plan and Budget, the special services, the cost estimates, service charges, and the lists of service charges for 2019 in the West Broadway Improvement Special Service District and directing the City Engineer to proceed with the work.

  3. Downtown Business Improvement Special Service District: 2019 proposed services and service charges This link open a new window(2018-00930)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving the operating plan, services budget, special services, the cost estimates, service charges, and the lists of service charges for 2019 in the Downtown Business Improvement Special Service District and directing the City Engineer to proceed with the work.

  4. Contract term notice and amendment with Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) for ABC Ramp Management This link open a new window(2018-01075)
    1. Authorizing written notice to Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) to extend the term of the ABC Ramp Management Agreement.

    2. Authorizing an extension to Contract No. 66310 with MnDOT for ten years through June 30, 2029, for ABC Ramp Management.

  5. Contract amendment with Sheehy Construction Company to complete condenser upgrades in Ramps A and C This link open a new window(2018-01066)
    1. Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-43484 with Sheehy Construction Company, in the amount of $75,723.59, for a total amount not to exceed $697,023.59, for upgrading old condensing equipment in Parking Ramp A and Parking Ramp C.

  6. Fremont Ave S Bridge over Midtown Greenway: Project Layout This link open a new window(2018-01071)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving the layout for Hennepin County Project No. 1005783, Replacement of Bridge L8901 Fremont Ave S over the Midtown Greenway.

  7. Bid for Revised Signal Systems, Storm Sewer, and Pedestrian Curb Ramp Improvements Project This link open a new window(2018-01072)
    1. Accepting the low bid of Thomas and Sons Construction, Inc., submitted on Official Publication No. 8611, in the amount of $3,095,624.26, to provide all materials, labor, equipment, and incidentals for the construction of the Revised Signal Systems, Storm Sewer, and Pedestrian Curb Ramp Improvements Project for the Public Works Department, and authorizing a contract for the project, all in accordance with City specifications.

  1. Contract Amendment with Questions and Solutions Engineering, Inc. for additional Consulting Services for the Public Service Building project This link open a new window(2018-01103)
    1. Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-43080 with Questions and Solutions Engineering, Inc. in the amount of $5,100, for a new total amount not-to-exceed $280,100, for enhanced mechanical and electrical commissioning services for the Public Service Building project. 

    2. Passage of a Resolution appropriating an additional $5,100 to the Capital Project Fund and declaring the City Council’s official intent to reimburse these expenditures with proceeds from tax-exempt bonds.

  2. Contract Amendment with Technology Management Corporation for additional information technology and audio visual consulting services for the new Public Service Building project This link open a new window(2018-01104)
    1. Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-43358 with Technology Management Corporation  in the amount of $3,712, for a new amount not-to-exceed  $328,712, for additional information technology and audio visual consulting services for the Public Service Building project.

    2. Passage of a Resolution appropriating an additional $3,712 to the Capital Project Fund and declaring the City Council’s official intent to reimburse these expenditures with proceeds from tax-exempt bonds.

  3. Contract amendment with Ice Builders, Inc. for change orders and contract closeout regarding the Target Center Ice Replacement project This link open a new window(2018-01106)
    1. Authorizing an increase to contract C-41643 with Ice Builders, Inc. in an amount up to $750,000 for a new total amount not-to-exceed $4,370,847.02 for necessary changes to the Target Center Ice Replacement project.

  4. Bid for Minneapolis Convention Center Terrazzo Floor Update project This link open a new window(2018-01101)
    1. Accepting the low bid of Advance Terrazzo & Tile Co. Inc., submitted on Official Publication No. 8613, in the amount of $3,397,620, to provide all materials, labor, equipment and incidentals for the construction of the Minneapolis Convention Center Main Terrazzo Floor Update Project and authorizing a contract for the project, all in accordance with City specifications.

  5. Bid for Minneapolis Convention Center Steam Room Cooling Equipment Renovation project This link open a new window(2018-01092)
    1. Accepting the low bid of Pioneer Power, Inc., submitted on Official Publication No. 8581, in the base bid amount of $3,388,000, plus Alternate #4 for $44,000, for a total of $3,432,000, to provide all materials, labor, equipment, and incidentals for the Steam Room Cooling Equipment Renovation project, and authorizing a contract for the project, all in accordance with City specifications.

  6. Bid for Minneapolis Convention Center Meeting Room and Ballroom Wall Sconce Replacement Project This link open a new window(2018-01093)
    1. Accepting the low bid of Gunnar Electric, Inc., submitted on Official Publication No. 8599, in the amount of $187,735, to provide all materials, labor, equipment, and incidentals for the Minneapolis Convention Center Meeting Room and Ballroom Wall Sconce Replacement project, and authorizing a contract for the project, all in accordance with City specifications.

  7. Bid for Target Center Fall Protection Anchor project This link open a new window(2018-01094)
    1. Accepting the sole bid of Webb-Rite Safety, Inc., submitted on Official Publication No. 8607, in the amount of $280,458, to furnish, manufacture, and install fall protection systems in the Target Center, and authorizing a contract for the project, all in accordance with City specifications.

  8. Bid for telecommunications PBX equipment and maintenance This link open a new window(2018-01107)
    1. Accepting the sole bid of Norstan Communications, Inc. d/b/a Black Box Network Services, submitted on Official Publication No. 8571, in the amount of $4,379,075.25, to provide all materials, labor, equipment and incidentals for telecommunications PBX equipment, and maintenance for the Information Technology Department, and authorizing a contract for the period of Jan.1, 2019 - Dec. 31, 2021, with an option to extend for two (2) one-year terms, all in accordance with City of specifications.

  9. Gift acceptance for city staff travel expenses to International Association of Transportation Regulators Annual Conference This link open a new window(2018-01095)
    1. Passage of Resolution accepting registration, airfare, and lodging costs for four (4) nights for Kristina Stichter and Max Cervantes to participate in the International Association of Transportation Regulators (IATR) Annual Conference in Philadelphia, PA from Sept. 13 – 17, 2018.

  10. Real estate transactions with Metropolitan Council for the Southwest Light Rail project This link open a new window(2018-01089)
    1. Authorizing the granting of easements on City-owned land to the Metropolitan Council for the Southwest Light Rail (SWLRT) project.

  11. Contract amendment with Patrick Born for professional planning and coordination services This link open a new window(2018-01090)
    1. Authorizing an extension to Contract No. C-41420 with Patrick Born, through June 30, 2019, at no additional cost to the City, for professional enterprise planning and coordination services for large events. 

  12. Contract with SMG for US Bank Stadium traffic control services This link open a new window(2018-01102)
    1. Authorizing a contract with SMG, in the amount of $165,000 for traffic control services at approximately 25 large-scale events at US Bank Stadium for the duration of one year.

  13. Grant from the Minnesota Department of Health for the Minnesota Expectant and Parenting Student Program (MEPSP) This link open a new window(2018-01100)
    1. Authorizing the acceptance of a grant from the Minnesota Department of Health in the amount of $253,515 for the Minnesota Expectant and Parenting Student Program (MEPSP) for the period of July 1, 2018, - June 30, 2020, with the expectation of an additional $253,515 for the period of July 1, 2018,- June 30, 2020, for a not-to-exceed total of $507,030.

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

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

  14. Contract with CoStar Realty Information, Inc. for access to real estate information database This link open a new window(2018-01105)
    1. Authorizing a contract with CoStar Realty Information, Inc., in the amount of $4,812 annually for up to five (5) years, for access to their real estate information database.

  15. Collective bargaining agreement: TEAMSTER Convention Center Janitors Unit, 2018 through 2019 This link open a new window(2018-01055)
    1. Approving a collective bargaining agreement with the TEAMSTER Convention Center Janitors Unit, for the period Jan. 1, 2018 - 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.

  16. Collective bargaining agreement: Machinist Unit, 2018 through 2021 This link open a new window(2018-01054)
    1. Approving a collective bargaining agreement with Machinist Unit, for the period July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2021.

    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.

  17. Appointed position in the Minneapolis Police Department: Director Public Information This link open a new window(2018-01053)
    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; and approving the appointed position of Director Public Information, evaluated at 533 total points and allocated to Grade 11.

    2. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 2, Chapter 20 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Administration: Personnel, approving the salary schedule for the position, which has a salary range of $98,332 to $116,566, in accordance with the adopted compensation plan for appointed officials effective Aug. 28, 2018.

  18. Contract with King & Spalding LLP for independent investigation services This link open a new window(2018-01091)
    1. Authorizing a contract with King Spalding, in the amount of $195,000, to conduct an independent, neutral review of the conduct of the City's Police Department officers specifically in connection with instances where Emergency Medical Services were called and then administered Ketamine.

  1. Site plan review condition of approval appeal: Robert Friddle, on behalf of City of Minneapolis Finance & Property Services, 50 Dupont Ave N and 100 Irving Ave N This link open a new window(2018-01064)
    1. Granting an appeal submitted by Robert Friddle, on behalf of City of Minneapolis Finance & Property Services, regarding the decision of the City Planning Commission's condition of approval 7 to a site plan review application (PLAN6181) approving the expansion of the impound facility located at 50 Dupont Ave N and 100 Irving Ave N.

      Condition No. 7: Each parking space must be within 50 ft. of a deciduous tree to the area west of Van White Boulevard. The area to the east will remain as shown in the plan submitted.

  2. Rezoning: M Club Properties LLC, 1625 Marshall St NE This link open a new window(2018-01047)
    1. Approving an application submitted by M Club Properties LLC to rezone (PLAN6971) the property located at 1625 Marshall St NE from the R2B Two-family District to the R3 Multiple-family District to construct a four-unit building.

    2. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 20, Chapter 521 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Zoning Code: Zoning Districts and Maps Generally.

  3. Rezoning: M Club Properties LLC, 1627 Marshall St NE This link open a new window(2018-01048)
    1. Approving an application submitted by M Club Properties LLC to rezone (PLAN6972) the property located at 1627 Marshall St NE from the R2B Two-family District to the R3 Multiple-family District to construct a four-unit building.

    2. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 20, Chapter 521 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Zoning Code: Zoning Districts and Maps Generally.

  4. Environmental Assessment Worksheet: Gateway mixed-use development, 30 S 3rd St This link open a new window(2018-01074)
    1. Approving the adequacy of the Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) for the proposed Gateway mixed-use development located at 30 S 3rd St.

    2. Approving the determination that an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is not required.

    3. Adopting the Findings of Fact as prepared by the Department of Community Planning & Economic Development.

  1. Collective bargaining agreement: 911 Supervisors Unit, 2018 through 2020 This link open a new window(2018-01135)
    1. Referring to the Ways & Means Committee a collective bargaining agreement with the 911 Supervisors Unit.

    2. Referring to the Ways & Means Committee the Executive Summary of the agreement.

    3. Referring to the Ways & Means Committee a collective bargaining agreement consistent with the terms of the Executive Summary.

    4. Referring to the Ways & Means Committee the Labor Relations Director to implement the terms and conditions of the collective bargaining agreement.

  2. Collective bargaining agreement: Supervisors Unit, 2018 through 2019 This link open a new window(2018-01136)
    1. Referring to the Ways & Means Committee a collective bargaining agreement with the Supervisors Unit.

    2. Referring to the Ways & Means Committee the Executive Summary of the agreement.

    3. Referring to the Ways & Means Committee a collective bargaining agreement consistent with the terms of the Executive Summary.

    4. Referring to the Ways & Means Committee the Labor Relations Director to implement the terms and conditions of the collective bargaining agreement.

  3. Collective bargaining agreement: Laborers Unit, 2018 through 2020 This link open a new window(2018-01137)
    1. Referring to the Ways & Means Committee a collective bargaining agreement with the Laborers Unit.

    2. Referring to the Ways & Means Committee the Executive Summary of the agreement.

    3. Referring to the Ways & Means Committee a collective bargaining agreement consistent with the terms of the Executive Summary.

    4. Referring to the Ways & Means Committee the Labor Relations Director to implement the terms and conditions of the collective bargaining agreement.

Notice of Ordinance Introductions

  1. Powers and duties of the Fire Chief and Fire Department activities ordinance This link open a new window(2018-01138)
    1. Fletcher and Cunningham give notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 9, Chapter 173 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Fire and Police Protection: Fire, amending provisions related to powers and duties of the Fire Chief and authorized department activities.

  2. Sidewalk construction permit ordinance This link open a new window(2018-01134)
    1. Reich gives notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 17, Chapter 437 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Streets and Sidewalks: Sidewalk, Curb and Gutter Construction, amending requirements to perform sidewalk construction work within the public right of way.

  3. Small and Underutilized Business Enterprise Program ordinance This link open a new window(2018-01148)
    1. Gordon gives notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 16, Chapter 423 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Planning and Development: Small and Underutilized Business Enterprise Program, updating procedures for administration and amending the sunset date of the Small and Underutilized Business Enterprise Program.

Introduction & Referral Calendar

  1. Inclusionary zoning affordability enforcement ordinance This link open a new window(2018-01077)
    1. Pursuant to notice, motion by Bender to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 12, Chapter 244 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Housing: Maintenance Code, for first reading and referral to the Economic Development & Regulatory Services Committee, amending licensing standards to include compliance with inclusionary housing requirements.

Resolutions

  1. Spina Bifida Awareness honorary resolution This link open a new window(2018-01121)
    1. Passage of Resolution recognizing Spina Bifida Awareness Day in the City of Minneapolis.

Unfinished Business

  1. Rezoning: Yellow Tree Corp., 2323 Jackson St NE This link open a new window(2018-01023)
    1. Considering an application submitted by Yellow Tree Corp. to rezone (PLAN6923) the property located at 2323 Jackson St NE from the R4 Multiple-family District to the R5 Multiple-family District to construct a new four-story 65-unit residential building.

    2. Considering an ordinance amending Title 20, Chapter 521 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Zoning Code: Zoning Districts and Maps Generally.

Addendum

  1. 10 Days Free From Violence resolution This link open a new window(2018-01140)
    1. Passage of Resolution declaring September 21-30 to be 10 Days Free From Violence in the City of Minneapolis.

Announcements

Adjournment

  1. Claim of Charles Johnson This link open a new window(2018-01096)
    1. Approving settlement of all claims asserted in the Aug 25, 2017, claim of Charles Johnson, in the amount of $60,000; and authorizing the City Attorney's Office to execute any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement.



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