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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
November 2, 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 Oct 19, 2018.
  4. Referral of petitions, communications, and reports of the City officers to the proper Committees and departments.
Economic Development & Regulatory Services
Oct 23, 2018 - Committee Report
  1. Liquor licensing classes and allowable entertainment ordinance This link open a new window(2018-00035)
    1. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 14 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Liquor and Beer, amending regulations related to license class definitions and allowable entertainment:

      1. Chapter 360 In General.
      2. Chapter 362 Liquor Licenses.
      3. Chapter 363 Wine Licenses.
      4. Chapter 364 Liquor Regulations.
      5. Chapter 366 Beer Licenses.
    2. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 13, Chapter 267 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Licenses and Business Regulations: Amusements, amending regulations related to license class definitions and allowable entertainment and food to alcohol sales requirements as part of an administrative update.

    3. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 10, Chapter 188 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Food Code: Administration and Licensing, amending regulations related to license class definitions and allowable entertainment.

  2. Off-sale liquor spacing restrictions and liquor licensing ordinance This link open a new window(2018-01201)
    1. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 14 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Liquor and Beer, amending regulations related to the siting of licensed off-sale liquor stores and the discretion of the City Council in consideration of liquor, beer, and wine licenses:

      1. Chapter 362 Liquor Licenses.
      2. Chapter 363 Wine Licenses.
      3. Chapter 366 Beer Licenses.
  3. Erte and The Peacock Lounge, 323 13th Ave NE, (Ward 3) for an On Sale Liquor with Sunday Sales, Class C-1 license and a Sidewalk Cafe license This link open a new window(2018-01239)
    1. Approving an application for Erte and The Peacock Lounge, 323 13TH AVE NE Minneapolis, MN, (Ward 3) submitted by CUTTING millEDGE Hospitality LLC, BLFood, LIC372819, for a Sidewalk Cafe License, subject to final inspection and compliance with all provisions of applicable codes and ordinances.
    2. Approving an application for ERTE AND THE PEACOCK LOUNGE, 323 13TH AVE NE Minneapolis, MN, (Ward 3) submitted by CUTTING MillEDGE Hospitality LLC, BLLiquor, LIC370931, for an On Sale Liquor with Sunday Sales, Class C-1 License, subject to final inspection and compliance with all provisions of applicable codes and ordinances.
  4. Multiple-family rental dwellings advance notice of sale ordinance This link open a new window(2018-00159)
    1. Considering an ordinance amending Title 12, Chapter 244 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Housing: Maintenance Code, adding provisions requiring advance notice of sale of multiple-family rental dwellings.

  5. Conduct on licensed premises ordinance This link open a new window(2018-00247)
    1. Passage of Ordinance amending Title 12, Chapter 244 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Housing:  Maintenance Code, amending provisions related to conduct on licensed premises.

  6. Liquor license approvals for Oct. 23, 2018 This link open a new window(2018-01237)
    1. HELLS KITCHEN, 80 9TH ST S Minneapolis, MN, (Ward 7) submitted by HELLS KITCHEN INC, BLAmend, LIC372005
    2. RESTAURANTE LAS MOJARRAS 2, 3500 BLOOMINGTON AVE Minneapolis, MN, submitted by GASTROMEX INC, BLWine, LIC369531
  7. Liquor license renewals for Oct. 23, 2018 This link open a new window(2018-01238)
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  8. Business license renewals for Oct. 23, 2018 This link open a new window(2018-01236)
    1. LOWBROW SAINTS TATTOO COLLECTIVE, 3500 MINNEHAHA AVE Minneapolis, MN, submitted by LOWBROW SAINTS TATTOO COLLECTIVE LLC, BLGeneral, LIC344000
  9. Gambling license approvals for Oct. 23, 2018 This link open a new window(2018-01242)
    1. THE ALIVENESS PROJECT, 220 LOWRY AVE NE Minneapolis, MN, submitted by THE ALIVENESS PROJECT, BLGeneral, LIC373147
    2. Minneapolis Firefighters Local 82 Charities, 2500 4TH ST NE Minneapolis, MN, submitted by Minneapolis Firefighters Local 82 Charities, BLGeneral, LIC373144
    3. Minneapolis Firefighters Local 82 Charities, 617 CENTRAL AVE NE Minneapolis, MN, submitted by Minneapolis Firefighters Local 82 Charities, BLGeneral, LIC373145
  10. Gambling license renewals for Oct. 23, 2018 This link open a new window(2018-01243)
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  11. License Settlement Conference recommendations: Franklin Tobacco & Hookah, 1513 Franklin Ave E (Ward 6) held by RA Importer & Distributor, Inc, for a Tobacco Dealers License This link open a new window(2018-01240)
    1. Adopting the Business License Settlement Conference Agreement for FRANKLIN TOBACCO & HOOKAH, 1513 FRANKLIN AVE E Minneapolis, MN, (Ward 6) submitted by RA IMPORTER AND DISTRIBUTORS INC, BLAmend, LIC373214, allowing the licensee to retain the Tobacco Dealers License, subject to adherence with the conditions contained therein.
  12. Minneapolis Health Care Facilities Revenue Notes Series 2014 (Allina Health System) This link open a new window(2018-01248)
    1. Approving consent to the sale of Minneapolis Health Care Facilities Notes, Series 2014, for Allina Health System from MUFG Union Bank (bond issuance approval on November 3, 2014) to Siemens Public, Inc.

  13. Rental dwelling license reinstatement: 1511 Lagoon Ave S, owner John Klinkner This link open a new window(2018-01170)
    1. Approving the reinstatement of the Rental Dwelling License for the property at 1511 Lagoon Ave S, formerly held by Stephen Frenz, to be held by new owner John Klinkner, based on submittal of an acceptable management plan and verification that said property is now in compliance with rental licensing standards.

  14. Rental dwelling license reinstatement: 3032/3034 Cedar Ave S, owner Cedric Thompson This link open a new window(2018-01173)
    1. Approving the reinstatement of the Rental Dwelling License held by Cedric Thompson for the property located at 3032/3034 Cedar Ave S, having received an acceptable management plan and verification that said property is now in compliance with rental licensing standards.

  15. Rental dwelling license reinstatement: 2201 Aldrich Ave S, owner Michael Feddersen This link open a new window(2018-01241)
    1. Approving the reinstatement of the Rental Dwelling License for the property at 2201 Aldrich 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.

Housing Policy & Development
Oct 24, 2018 - Committee Report
  1. Land sale: 3418 Girard Ave N to Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation This link open a new window(2018-01252)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving the sale of the property at 3418 Girard Ave N, (Disposition Parcel No. MH-102), to Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation for $7,600, subject to conditions.

  2. Land sale: 3543 Girard Ave N to Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation This link open a new window(2018-01251)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving the sale of the property at 3543 Girard Ave N, (Disposition Parcel No. MH-101), to Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation for $7,500, subject to conditions.

  3. Land sale: 3635 Girard Ave N to Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation This link open a new window(2018-01256)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving the sale of the property at 3635 Girard Ave N, (Disposition Parcel No. MH-100), to Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation for $7,500, subject to conditions. 

  4. Land sale: 3638 Girard Ave N to Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation This link open a new window(2018-01257)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving the sale of the property at 3638 Girard Ave N, (Disposition Parcel No. MH-99), to Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation for $7,600, subject to conditions. 

  5. Land sale: 4901 Vincent Ave N to Harvest Management Group, LLC This link open a new window(2018-01258)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving the sale of the property at 4901 Vincent Ave N, (Disposition Parcel No. MH-98), to Harvest Management Group, LLC (as developer for an identified Eligible Borrower) for $16,400, subject to conditions.

    2. Approving the award of up to $20,000 in Homebuyer Incentive funds to an eligible borrower as defined in the Minneapolis Homes: Build or Rehab program manual.

    3. Authorizing related agreements with the selected eligible borrower or affiliated entities.

  6. Land sale: 812 36th Ave N to Jenny Investments LLC This link open a new window(2018-01259)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving the sale of the property at 812 36th Ave N, (Disposition Parcel No. MH-94), to Jenny Investments LLC for $7,500, subject to conditions. If Jenny Investments LLC fails to close, approving the sale of the property to Quaint Investment, LLC for $7,500, subject to conditions. 

  7. Land sale: 3257 Logan Ave N to Quaint Investment, LLC This link open a new window(2018-01260)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving the sale of the property at 3257 Logan Ave N, (Disposition Parcel No. MH-97), to Quaint Investment, LLC for $22,000, subject to conditions. If Quaint Investment, LLC fails to close, approving the sale of the property to XVH Enterprise LLC for $22,000, subject to conditions.

  8. Department of Housing & Urban Development's (HUD) HOME Program and Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) 3 appropriations This link open a new window(2018-01262)
    1. Approving appropriation of program income generated through the Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) HOME program of $692,895.28.

    2. Approving appropriation of program income generated through HUD's Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) 3 of $36,106.19.

    3. Passage of Resolution approving appropriation of funds to the Community Planning & Economic Development (CPED) Department.

  9. 2018 Emergency Solutions Grant capital funding recommendations This link open a new window(2018-01188)
    1. Approving up to $299,212 of Fiscal Year 2018 Emergency Solutions Grant funds for Harbor Light Center, located on Currie Ave, by the Salvation Army or an affiliated entity.

    2. Approving up to $99,438 of Fiscal Year 2018 Emergency Solutions Grant funds for essential services, to support the expansion of services to pregnant and parenting youth experiencing homelessness.

  10. Minneapolis 4d Affordable Housing Incentive Program establishment This link open a new window(2018-01253)
    1. Passage of Resolution delegating authority to authorize and execute Participation Agreements for the Minneapolis 4d Affordable Housing Incentive Program and adopting form documents.

    2. Authorizing the Minneapolis 4d Affordable Housing Incentive Program.

Public Health, Environment, Civil Rights, and Engagement
Oct 22, 2018 - Committee Report
  1. Small and Underutilized Business Enterprise Program ordinance This link open a new window(2018-01148)
    1. Passage of 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.

    2. Directing the City Attorney’s Office to analyze whether the term “minority” within the Small and Underutilized Business Enterprise Program (SUBP) ordinance, as well as its use city-wide, could be replaced with more positive terminology, and return with the results of the analysis to the Nov 5, 2018, PECE Committee meeting.

  2. Southside Green Zone Council This link open a new window(2018-01249)
    1. Passage of Resolution establishing the Southside Green Zone Council.

    2. Directing the Office of Sustainability to issue a Request for Applications (RFA) for the $75,000 City allocation designated to support the Southside Green Zone to secure a grant administrator, and enter into a contract with the selected entity no later than Nov 28, 2018. A review committee comprised of City staff, Mayor and City Council representatives, and previously appointed Southside Green Zone Task Force members will help select the entity based on the following criteria: Applicant demonstrates Environmental Justice is their primary line of work; and applicant shows a significant history of grassroots organizing on Environmental Justice issues.

      The grant administrator, with guidance from the City and the newly established Southside Green Zone Council, will help to issue payments to contractors, staff, and/or partner agencies to: review and strengthen the Southside Green Zone work plan prior to City Council approval; facilitate and support the Green Zone Council full meetings and subcommittees; establish partnerships to provide skill-building trainings to the Green Zone Council members and the community; help create and implement a fundraising plan with the Southside Green Zone Council; organize with variety of stakeholders to engage residents and groups to strengthen the reach and visibility of the Green Zone; and ensure the full advancement and successful implementation of the Southside Green Zone work plan and community vision.

  3. Community Environmental Advisory Commission (CEAC) This link open a new window(2018-01230)
    1. Passage of Resolution restructuring the Minneapolis Community Environmental Advisory Commission (CEAC).

  4. Neighborhood name change: Calhoun Area Residents Action Group to South Uptown This link open a new window(2018-01232)
    1. Authorizing a name change of the Calhoun Area Residents Action Group (CARAG) Neighborhood to the South Uptown Neighborhood.

Public Safety & Emergency Management
Oct 25, 2018 - Committee Report
  1. Agreement between Minneapolis Fire Department (MFD) and Big Fish Entertainment to record MFD personnel for a television series titled "First Responders Live" This link open a new window(2018-01269)
    1. Approving an agreement with Big Fish Entertainment to record selective MFD personnel and vehicles during the course of their duties for the purpose of filming, videotaping, photographing, and recording MFD personnel and the situations they encounter for a television series currently entitled "First Responders Live."

  2. Training Reimbursement for Minnesota Board of Firefighter Training and Education (MBFTE) approved training This link open a new window(2018-01273)
    1. Accepting funding from the Minnesota Board of Firefighter Training and Education (MBFTE) under the Round 11 training reimbursement program in the amount of $86,715, awarded for MBFTE approved training conducted between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.

    2. Passage of Resolution approving appropriation to the Fire Department.

  3. Donation of re-purposed heavy duty tactical shelters for use in tactical operations This link open a new window(2018-01271)
    1. Passage of Resolution accepting the donation of repurposed heavy duty tactical shelters from the Department of Defense (DoD) Firefighter Property Program (through the Department of Natural Resources) to the Minneapolis Fire Department (MFD) for use in tactical operations.

  4. Donation for travel and lodging expenses for New York State - Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) Symposium This link open a new window(2018-01272)
    1. Passage of Resolution accepting a donation for travel related expenses from New York State - Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) for Minneapolis Deputy Chief Art Knight to attend the 2018 GIVE/CAC Symposium in Albany, NY from Oct 15-16, 2018.

  5. Donation for travel and lodging expenses for Special Olympics of Minnesota Law Enforcement Torch Run Planning This link open a new window(2018-01266)
    1. Passage of Resolution accepting a donation from the Special Olympics of Minnesota of travel related expensesfor Minneapolis Police Deputy Chief Art Knight to attend the 2018 Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) International Conference in Las Vegas, NV from Nov 7 - 11, 2018.

    1. Directing the City Coordinator and designated staff to:

      1. Develop and issue a survey for all 911 staff that asks for input on qualities and competencies desired in naming the next 911 Director. The survey shall also allow open ended questions that solicit input on workplace recommendations to include: space and technology needs, wellness options, staff development, and training.
      2. Include staff from all organizational levels to participate in the hiring panels for a new 911 Director.
      3. Report back the results of the survey and next steps for quality improvement processes within the department no later than February 2019.
  6. Contract with Infinity Wireless for two-way radio airtime/trunking services This link open a new window(2018-01267)
    1. Authorizing a two-year contract with Infinity Wireless in the amount of $4,148.16 to provide two-way radio airtime/trunking services for community outreach support, and authorizing use of the vendor's form.

  7. Contract amendment with Hennepin County regarding the Hennepin County Jail This link open a new window(2018-00598)
    1. Passage of Resolution proposing amendments to the Hennepin County Jail Contract to Improve Procedures for Minneapolis Arrestees.

Transportation & Public Works
Oct 23, 2018 - Committee Report
  1. Sanitary sewer service availability charges This link open a new window(2018-01068)
    1. Passage of a Resolution adopting the assessments, levying the assessments, and adopting the assessment roll for sanitary sewer service availability charges (SAC) on the list of properties as on file in the City Engineer’s Special Assessment Office.

  2. Contract amendment with Safety Signs, LLC for traffic control devices This link open a new window(2018-01245)
    1. Authorizing an increase to Contract C-41987, with Safety Signs, LLC, in the amount of $375,000, for a total amount not to exceed $1,455,000, for the rental of traffic control devices.

  3. Temporary easement agreement for Cedar Ave S (51st St to 52nd St) Sanitary Reconstruction Project This link open a new window(2018-01246)
    1. Authorizing a temporary easement agreement with the owner of the property located at 5136 Cedar Ave S for the acquisition of a temporary easement in conjunction with the Cedar Ave S (51st St to 52nd St) Sanitary Reconstruction Project.

  4. Uniform Assessment Rates: Establishing 2019 rates This link open a new window(2018-01247)
    1. Passage of Resolution establishing uniform assessment rates for street construction, street renovation, street resurfacing, and alley construction and resurfacing improvements for the 2019 calendar year.

  5. Bid for Leamington Ramp and Haaf Ramp Lighting Retrofit Project This link open a new window(2018-01227)
    1. Accepting the low bid of Egan Company, submitted on Official Publication No. 8610, in the amount of $927,000, to provide all materials, labor, equipment, and incidentals for the Leamington Ramp and Haaf Ramp Lighting Retrofit Project for the Public Works Department, and authorizing a contract for the project, all in accordance with City specifications.

  6. Bid for hauling and disposal of dirt, snow, and asphalt millings This link open a new window(2018-01244)
    1. Accepting the low bid of US Site Work, Inc., summitted on Official Publication No. 8620, in the amount of $1,499,700, to furnish and deliver all labor, supervision, equipment, materials, and incidentals necessary to perform the hauling of dirt, snow, and asphalt millings for the Public Works Department, and authorizing a contract for the service, all in accordance with City specifications.

  1. Legal Settlement: Claim of Lea Awoudi This link open a new window(2018-01277)
    1. Approving the settlement of the claim of Lea Awoudi by payment in the amount of $5,821 to Lea Awoudi for property damage to her vehicle by a City truck, in exchange for a full and complete release of all property damage claims associated with a collision on Sep 7, 2018. 

  2. Legal Settlement: City of Minneapolis v. Jeffrey Larson This link open a new window(2018-01281)
    1. Approving the settlment of the matter of City of Minneapolis v. Jeffrey Larson by acceptance of payment from Mr. Larson and his auto insurer to the City of Minneapolis in the amount of $10,750, in exchange for the City executing a release of all claims it has against Mr. Larson associated with his auto accident of Jan 11, 2017, and authorizing the City Attorney's Office to execute all documents necessary to effectuate this agreement.

  3. Legal Settlement: Claim of Kathy (Brown) Jeno This link open a new window(2018-01282)
    1. Approving the settlement of the Workers’ Compensation claim of Kathy Jeno by payment in the amount of $122,500 to Kathy Jeno and her attorneys, Thill & Freeman, and authorizing the City Attorney’s Office to execute any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement.

  4. Navigation Center Development: 2105, 2109, 2113 Cedar Ave & 1820 22 St E This link open a new window(2018-01234)
    1. Passage of Resolution accepting a gift in the amount of $150,000 from the Pohlad Family Foundation for project management services to support the navigation center.

    2. Authorizing a contract with Margaret King, in the amount of $150,000, for project management services related to the navigation center project at 2109 Cedar Ave.

    3. Passage of Resolution appropriating funds to City Coordinator's Department.

  5. Contract amendment with Hagen, Christiansen, McIlwain (HCM) Architects for the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) Warehouse Project This link open a new window(2018-01280)
    1. Approving an increase to Contract No. C-42806 with HCM (Hagen, Christiansen, McIlwain) Architects in the amount of $35,250, and extending the contract for six (6) additional months, for a re-design of the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) Warehouse Project. 

  6. Bid for Minneapolis Convention Center Terrazzo Replacement- Electric This link open a new window(2018-01291)
    1. Accepting the second low bid of Premier Electrical Corporation, submitted on Official Publication No. 8614, in the amount of $399,000, to furnish, deliver, and install electrical components for the Terrazzo Replacement - Electric project for the Minneapolis Convention Center, and authorizing a contract for the project, all in accordance with City specifications.

  7. Contract Amendment with Premier Electrical Corporation for contract close-out of the Portico & Exterior Sconce Replacement Project This link open a new window(2018-01295)
    1. Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-43266 in the amount $3,400 for a new total of $608,400, to allow for close out and final payment for the Portico & Exterior Sconce Replacement Project.

  8. Contract with Whelan Event Staff Services (WESS) for event-based and building security This link open a new window(2018-01288)
    1. Authorizing a contract with Whelan Event Staff Services in the amount of $2,900,000 annually, for event-based and building security at the Minneapolis Convention Center from Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2019, with the option to extend for up to two (2) one-year terms for a total contract duration of up to three (3) years.

  9. Contract amendment with Securitas USA for security services as operated by various City departments This link open a new window(2018-01290)
    1. Authorizing a decrease to Contract No. C-41711 with Securitas USA, in the amount of $2,900,000 annually, due to event-based and building security services no longer being provided at the Minneapolis Convention Center effective Jan 1, 2019, but continuing to provide security services as contracted with various other City departments. 

  10. Contract with Little Dog, Inc. d/b/a The UPS Store for the business center lease at the Minneapolis Convention Center This link open a new window(2018-01283)
    1. Authorizing a contract with Little Dog, Inc., in the amount of 10% of the store's revenues, for the business center lease at the Minneapolis Convention Center, from Nov 1, 2018 - Oct 31, 2021, with the option to extend for up to two (2) one-year terms for a total contract duration of up to five (5) years.

  11. Contracts for City-wide temporary staffing services This link open a new window(2018-01276)
    1. Authorizing contracts with seven (7) agencies for a total amount of $800,000, spanning three (3) years, for temporary staffing services provided for the various City of Minneapolis departments and divisions on a need basis.

  12. Grant for Resiliency in Communities After Stress and Trauma (ReCAST) Program This link open a new window(2018-01285)
    1. Accepting a grant from the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, in the amount of $1,025,000, for Year 3 funding of the Resiliency in Communities After Stress and Trauma program.

    2. Authorizing an agreement with the Department of Health and Human Services; Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration for the grant.

    3. Passage of Resolution approving appropriation of funds to the City Coordinator’s Office and the Health Department.

  13. Grant for Pioneers and Soldiers Cemetery Restoration Project This link open a new window(2018-01296)
    1. Passage of Resolution accepting a grant from the State of Minnesota, in the amount of $1,029,000, for the Pioneers and Soldiers Fence Rehabilitation Project (Phase V), and authorizing grant documents with the State of Minnesota through its Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED).

    2. Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-36538 with Miller Dunwiddie Architecture, in the amount of $55,000 for a new total of $131,400, for consulting services and reimbursable expenses for the final phases of the Pioneer and Soldiers Cemetery Fence Project.

    3. Passage of Resolution appropriating funds to the Finance & Property Services Department. 

  14. 2018 3rd quarter donations This link open a new window(2018-01278)
    1. Passage of Resolution approving the 3rd quarter donations under $15,000.

  15. Contract Amendment with Pie Consulting and Engineering for additional building enclosure commissioning services for the Public Service Building project This link open a new window(2018-01275)
    1. Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C- 43582 with Pie Consulting and Engineering in the amount $61,800, for a new not-to-exceed total of $302,250 for building enclosure commissioning services for the new Public Service Building project.

    2. Passage of Resolution appropriating an additional $61,800 to the Capital Project Fund and declaring the City Council’s official intent to reimburse these expenditures with proceeds from tax-exempt bonds.

  16. Bid for New Public Service Building Steel - Tax Exempt Material Purchase This link open a new window(2018-01286)
    1. Accepting the low bid of LeJeune Steel Company, submitted on Official Publication No. 8621, in the amount of $7,143,180 (including alternate #2), to furnish and deliver the New Public Service Building - Steel Tax-Exempt Material Purchase, and authorizing a contract for the purchase, all in accordance with City specifications.

  17. Contract amendment with Carleton Companies Inc. for additional costs associated with the demolition of the existing 501 4th Ave S structure for the Public Service Building Project This link open a new window(2018-01287)
    1. Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-43333 with Carleton Companies Inc. in the not-to-exceed amount of $91,885, for a new total not-to-exceed amount of $1,241,885, for addional costs associated with the demolition of the existing 501 4th Ave S structure for the Public Service Building Project. 

    2. Passage of Resolution appropriating an additional $91,885 to the Capital Project Fund and declaring the City Council’s official intent to reimburse these expenditures with proceeds from tax-exempt bonds.

  18. Contract with Professional Service Industries, Inc. for construction testing and inspection services for the Public Service Building project This link open a new window(2018-01292)
    1. Authorizing a  multi-year contract with Professional Services Industries, Inc. in an amount not-to-exceed $ 304,355, for construction testing and inspection services for the Public Service Building project.

    2. Passage of Resolution appropriating an additional $ 304,355 to the Capital Project Fund and declaring the City Council’s official intent to reimburse these expenditures with proceeds from tax-exempt bonds.

  19. Contract amendment with Kevitt Companies for additional costs associated with the amended construction schedule for the Public Service Building project This link open a new window(2018-01293)
    1. Authorizing an increase to the contract with Kevitt Companies in the amount of $691,000, for a new not-to-exceed amount of $4,090,000, for additional costs associated with the amended construction schedule for the Public Service Building project.  

    2. Passage of Resolution appropriating an additional $691,000 to the Capital Project Fund and declaring the City Council’s official intent to reimburse these expenditures with proceeds from tax-exempt bonds.

  20. Contract Amendment with MA Mortenson for additional Construction Manager (as an Advisor) services for the Public Service Building Project This link open a new window(2018-01294)
    1. Authorizing an increase to Contract No. C-43247 with MA Mortenson in an amount not-to-exceed $2,324,237, for a new total amount not-to-exceed $17,501,113, for reimbursement of costs associated with a twenty-seven (27) month construction schedule and the advised alternate contracting approach for the Public Service Building project.

    2. Passage of Resolution appropriating an additional $2,324,237 to the Capital Project Fund and declaring the City Council’s official intent to reimburse these expenditures with proceeds from tax-exempt bonds.

  21. Bids for Concrete Steel Installation & Waterproofing for the New Public Service Building Project This link open a new window(2018-01289)
    1. Accepting the second low bid from Danny's Construction Company, LLC, submitted on Official Publication No. 8618, to provide all materials, labor, equipment and incidentals for the New Public Service Building - Concrete, Steel Installation and Waterproofing, and authorizing a contract with Danny's Construction Company LLC in the amount of $3,078,500, including Alternates 1 and 2, for steel installation, all in accordance with City specifications.

  1. Rezoning: Yellow Tree Corp, 16 18th St E This link open a new window(2018-01250)
    1. Approving an application submitted by Yellow Tree Corp to rezone (PLAN7090) the property located at 16 18th St E from the OR3 Institutional Office Residence District to the C2 Neighborhood Corridor Commercial District, adding the PO Pedestrian Oriented Overlay District, to construct a six-story mixed-use building with 146 dwelling units and 7,000 square feet of commercial space.

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

  1. Appointed position in the Public Works Department: Deputy Director Public Works Business Administration This link open a new window(2018-01301)
    1. Referring to the Ways & Means Committee the appointed position of Deputy Director Public Works Business Administration.

    2. Referring to the Ways & Means Committee the salary schedule for the position.

  2. Collective bargaining agreement: Construction Equipment Operators Unit, 2018 through 2020 This link open a new window(2018-01302)
    1. Referring to the Ways & Means Committee a collective bargaining agreement with the Construction Equipment Operators Unit for the period of Jan 1, 2018, through Dec 31, 2020.

    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 implementation of the terms and conditions of the collective bargaining agreement.

Notice of Ordinance Introductions

  1. Invasive tree species ordinances This link open a new window(2018-01330)
    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 12, Chapter 244 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Housing: Maintenance Code, adding and amending provisions related to the removal of trees subject to invasive species infestation.

    2. Gordon gives notice to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 15, Chapter 399 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Offenses--Miscellaneous: Control of Invasive Species Tree Pests, adding and amending provisions related to the removal of trees subject to invasive species infestation.

  2. Residential energy disclosure ordinances This link open a new window(2018-01331)
    1. Schroeder and Gordon give notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 3, Chapter 47 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Air Pollution and Environmental Protection: Energy and Air Pollution, adding provisions relating to residential energy disclosure.

    2. Schroeder and Gordon give notice to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 12, Chapter 248 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Housing: Truth in Sale of Housing, adding provisions relating to residential energy disclosure.

Introduction & Referral Calendar

  1. Competitive bidding thresholds ordinances This link open a new window(2018-01254)
    1. Pursuant to notice, motion by Warsame to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 2 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Administration, for first reading and referral to the Ways & Means Committee, increasing the amount of pre-approved form contracts for professional, technical and service contracts, bidded contracts, and Target Market contracts from $100,000 to $175,000, consistent with competitive bidding thresholds in state law:

      1. Chapter 17 Finance Department.
      2. Chapter 18 Purchasing.
      3. Chapter 18A Target Market Program.
    2. Pursuant to notice, motion by Warsame to introduce 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, for first reading and referral to the Ways & Means Committee, increasing the threshold amount from $100,000 to $175,000, consistent with competitive bidding thresholds in state law.

  2. Administrative issuance of business licenses ordinances This link open a new window(2018-01255)
    1. Pursuant to notice, motion by Goodman 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 regulations related to administrative issuance of licenses.

    2. Pursuant to notice, motion by Goodman to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 13 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Licenses and Business Regulations, for first reading and referral to the Economic Development & Regulatory Services Committee, amending regulations related to administrative issuance and transferring of licenses:

      1. Chapter 259 In General.
      2. Chapter 265 Special Permits for Specific Businesses and Uses.
      3. Chapter 267 Amusements.
      4. Chapter 269 Asphalt Shingle and Roofing Material Manufacture.
      5. Chapter 271 Auctions and Auctioneers.
      6. Chapter 272 Resin Manufacturing.
      7. Chapter 277 Building Trades Licenses.
      8. Chapter 281 Tobacco Dealers.
      9. Chapter 283 Courtesy Benches.
      10. Chapter 287 Filling Stations.
      11. Chapter 293 Going Out of Business Sales.
      12. Chapter 295 Mobile Food Stores.
      13. Chapter 311 Motor Scooter Leasing.
      14. Chapter 313 Motor Vehicle Dealers.
      15. Chapter 319 Open Air Motor Vehicle Parking Lots.
      16. Chapter 322 Precious Metal Dealers.
      17. Chapter 325 Pest Control.
      18. Chapter 341 Taxicabs.
      19. Chapter 350 Recycling Activities and Salvage Yards.
    3. Pursuant to notice, motion by Goodman to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 14 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Liquor and Beer, for first reading and referral to the Economic Development & Regulatory Services Committee, amending regulations related to administrative issuance and transferring of licenses:

      1. Chapter 360 In General.
      2. Chapter 363 Wine Licenses.
  3. Lot combinations in lower-density zoning districts ordinance This link open a new window(2018-01198)
    1. Motion by Schroeder and Bender to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 22, Chapter 598 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Land Subdivision: Land Subdivision Regulations, for first reading and referral to the Zoning & Planning Committee limiting lot combinations in lower-density zoning districts. (Unanimous consent required)

  4. Office of Violence Prevention ordinance This link open a new window(2018-01313)
    1. Motion by Cunningham to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 11, Chapter 214 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Health and Sanitation: Health Department, for first reading and referral to the Public Health, Environment, Civil Rights & Engagement Committee, creating an Office of Violence Prevention within the Health Department. (Unanimous consent required)

Resolutions

  1. 2018 Election Judge Appreciation Day honorary resolution This link open a new window(2018-01160)
    1. Passage of Resolution declaring November 6, 2018, as Election Judge Appreciation Day in the City of Minneapolis.

  2. Armistice Day Centennial honorary resolution This link open a new window(2018-01329)
    1. Passage of Resolution commemorating the Armistice Day Centennial.

  3. Noah Schuchman honorary resolution This link open a new window(2018-01344)
    1. Passage of Resolution honoring Noah Schuchman for his service and dedication to the City of Minneapolis.

Unfinished Business

  1. Rental Dwelling License denial: 3115 Cedar Ave S, owner Jennifer Strand This link open a new window(2018-01177)
    1. Considering the denial of the Rental Dwelling License application of Jennifer Strand for the property located at 3115 Cedar Ave S, for failure to meet licensing standards pursuant to Section 244.1910 (13a) of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances.

    2. Considering the adoption of Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Recommendation of the Administrative Hearing Officer.

  2. Rental Dwelling License denial: 2726 Girard Ave S, owners Elizabeth and George Francois This link open a new window(2018-01176)
    1. Considering the denial of the Rental Dwelling License application of Elizabeth and George Francois for the property located at 2726 Girard Ave S, for failure to meet licensing standards pursuant to Section 244.1910 (13a) of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances.

    2. Considering the adoption of Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Recommendation of the Administrative Hearing Officer.

  3. Rental Dwelling License denial: 2530 1st Ave S & 2532 1st Ave S, owner Kevin McMullen This link open a new window(2018-01175)
    1. Considering the denial of the Rental Dwelling License application of Kevin McMullen for the properties located at 2530 & 2532 1st Ave S for failure to meet licensing standards pursuant to Section 244.1910 (13a) of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances.

    2. Considering the adoption of Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Recommendation of the Administrative Hearing Officer.

  4. Rental Dwelling License denial: 3554 Emerson Ave S, owner Kevin McMullen This link open a new window(2018-01174)
    1. Considering the denial of the Rental Dwelling License application of Kevin McMullen for the property located at 3554 Emerson Ave S, for failure to meet licensing standards pursuant to Section 244.1910 (13a) of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances.

    2. Considering the adoption of Findings of Fact, Conclusions and Recommendation of the Administrative Hearing Officer.

  5. Rental Dwelling License denial: 316 Oak Grove St, owner Kevin McMullen This link open a new window(2018-01172)
    1. Considering the denial of the Rental Dwelling License application of Kevin McMullen for the property located at 316 Oak Grove St for failure to meet licensing standards pursuant to Section 244.1910 (13a) of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances.

    2. Considering the adoption of Findings of Fact, Conclusions and Recommendation of the Administrative Hearing Officer.

New Business

  1. Applications for environmental grant funding in the fall 2018 brownfield grant round This link open a new window(2018-01184)
    1. Passage of Resolution amending Resolution 2018R-314 entitled, "Authorizing applications to the Metropolitan Council Tax Base Revitalization Account [TBRA] for various projects," passed Oct. 19, 2018, by adding the RBC Gateway project at 30 3rd St S, which was ommitted in error.

Announcements

Adjournment

  1. Minneapolis 2040 Comprehensive Plan This link open a new window(2018-00770)
    1. Adjourn to November 14, 2018, at 4:30 p.m. in the Council Chamber to receive public comment regarding the Minneapolis 2040 Comprehensive Plan.



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