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2020-094

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION UNDER CONTRACT UW19-01-86 – WATER MAIN INSTALLATION WITH NO ADDITIONAL FUNDING AUTHORIZATION WITH PETERSBURG PLUMBING AND EXCAVATING, LLC AND J.K. SNYDER CO., INC. FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT PAYABLE OF $632,190.00 UNDER SAID CONTRACT FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a standard contract extension ordinance for installation of water main and related fittings. This Ordinance authorizes a one-year contract extension with Petersburg Plumbing and Excavating, LLC (“Petersburg”) and J.K. Snyder Co., Inc. (“J.K.”). This is the first contract extension. The installation of water main and related fittings work is necessitated by heavy workloads, emergencies and circumstances that require specialized equipment, such as boring. This contract establishes multiple contractors to ensure prompt response. The original ordinance and extension covers anticipated annual needs. The ordinance total represents estimated quantities. The vendors are not guaranteed a minimum amount. Ordinance No. 149-04-19 awarded Contract UW19-01-86 to Petersburg and J.K. for installation of water main and related fittings for one year in the total amount of $632,190.00. This Ordinance extends the contract for one year. The contract allows for yearly extensions, however, no additional funds are required. All other terms of the contract remain the same. There were 2 bidders on this contract. Both Petersburg and J.K. are local City vendors. Petersburg is the only bidder on Section A, Auger Boring & Jacking. J.K is the low bidder on Section B, Horizontal Directional Drilling. Therefore, J.K. will be the primary contractor on that section. Petersburg is the second low bidder on Section B and will be the secondary contractor on that section. Petersburg is the only bidder on Section C, Main Installation.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  094.pdf  

2020-094

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION UNDER CONTRACT UW19-01-86 – WATER MAIN INSTALLATION WITH NO ADDITIONAL FUNDING AUTHORIZATION WITH PETERSBURG PLUMBING AND EXCAVATING, LLC AND J.K. SNYDER CO., INC. FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT PAYABLE OF $632,190.00 UNDER SAID CONTRACT FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a standard contract extension ordinance for installation of water main and related fittings. This Ordinance authorizes a one-year contract extension with Petersburg Plumbing and Excavating, LLC (“Petersburg”) and J.K. Snyder Co., Inc. (“J.K.”). This is the first contract extension. The installation of water main and related fittings work is necessitated by heavy workloads, emergencies and circumstances that require specialized equipment, such as boring. This contract establishes multiple contractors to ensure prompt response. The original ordinance and extension covers anticipated annual needs. The ordinance total represents estimated quantities. The vendors are not guaranteed a minimum amount. Ordinance No. 149-04-19 awarded Contract UW19-01-86 to Petersburg and J.K. for installation of water main and related fittings for one year in the total amount of $632,190.00. This Ordinance extends the contract for one year. The contract allows for yearly extensions, however, no additional funds are required. All other terms of the contract remain the same. There were 2 bidders on this contract. Both Petersburg and J.K. are local City vendors. Petersburg is the only bidder on Section A, Auger Boring & Jacking. J.K is the low bidder on Section B, Horizontal Directional Drilling. Therefore, J.K. will be the primary contractor on that section. Petersburg is the second low bidder on Section B and will be the secondary contractor on that section. Petersburg is the only bidder on Section C, Main Installation.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  094.pdf  

2020-095

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING THE BID AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF CONTRACT UE20-01-77 – HEAVY EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS AT DALLMAN WITH ROLAND MACHINERY COMPANY IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $400,000.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a routine, annual ordinance for maintenance & repair of heavy equipment. This ordinance accepts the low evaluated bid for Contract UE20-01-77 from Roland Machinery Company (“Roland”) for the maintenance & repair of heavy equipment at the power plant. This contract authorizes the utility to spend up to $400,000.00 over the one-year contract term for these services. The Dallman Power Plant Complex uses this equipment in its coal handling operations. This equipment also is used to clean and maintain the ash ponds, scrubber landfill, and filter plant lime ponds. Regular maintenance is essential for the equipment to operate efficiently. This contract specifies technician regular and overtime hourly rates, as well as service costs for specified equipment. There were 3 bidders on this contract; 2 are in the city limits and 1 is in the county. Roland is a local city vendor. Roland was the low evaluated bidder. The contract was last bid in 2018 (UE18-01-72, Ordinance No. 093-03-18) and was awarded to Roland for $325,000.00. In 2019, Roland and the Utility agreed to extend the contract one more year at the same cost, $325,000.00 (Ordinance No. 024-01-19.)
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  095.pdf  

2020-095

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING THE BID AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF CONTRACT UE20-01-77 – HEAVY EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS AT DALLMAN WITH ROLAND MACHINERY COMPANY IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $400,000.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a routine, annual ordinance for maintenance & repair of heavy equipment. This ordinance accepts the low evaluated bid for Contract UE20-01-77 from Roland Machinery Company (“Roland”) for the maintenance & repair of heavy equipment at the power plant. This contract authorizes the utility to spend up to $400,000.00 over the one-year contract term for these services. The Dallman Power Plant Complex uses this equipment in its coal handling operations. This equipment also is used to clean and maintain the ash ponds, scrubber landfill, and filter plant lime ponds. Regular maintenance is essential for the equipment to operate efficiently. This contract specifies technician regular and overtime hourly rates, as well as service costs for specified equipment. There were 3 bidders on this contract; 2 are in the city limits and 1 is in the county. Roland is a local city vendor. Roland was the low evaluated bidder. The contract was last bid in 2018 (UE18-01-72, Ordinance No. 093-03-18) and was awarded to Roland for $325,000.00. In 2019, Roland and the Utility agreed to extend the contract one more year at the same cost, $325,000.00 (Ordinance No. 024-01-19.)
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  095.pdf  

2020-096

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING PAYMENT OF MEMBERSHIP DUES TO AMERICAN PUBLIC POWER ASSOCIATION IN THE AMOUNT OF $62,377.38 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is an ordinance for annual dues for membership in American Public Power Association (“APPA”). City Water, Light and Power (“CWLP”) is one of more than 2,000 other municipal utilities across the country that participates in APPA. CWLP has been a member since 1942. APPA is a not-for-profit organization that assists municipal utilities in providing outstanding service to the public. APPA provides members with research and educational services in the area of power supply, engineering and operations, accounting and finance, energy efficiency, safety, and customer billing and collection. APPA serves as an advocate for municipal power systems on legislative issues affecting its members, including lobbying Congress in support of public power on pertinent issues and litigating regulations with unfair impacts on its members. This ordinance authorizes payment of annual dues in the amount of $62,377.38. Membership dues are based upon revenue.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  096.pdf  

2020-097

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH SANGAMON COUNTY FOR REIMBURSABLE UTILITY ADJUSTMENT IN REGARDS TO THE WOODSIDE ROAD UNDERPASS PROJECT, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a new ordinance authorizing an intergovernmental agreement with the Sangamon County Highway Department (“County”). This ordinance authorizes an agreement for reimbursement of utility relocation costs associated with the proposed County’s Woodside Road Underpass Project. Originally, the existing 24” transmission main was installed in a water main easement outside the roadway right-of-way. With the now proposed roadway improvements, there are four (4) locations where the existing 24” water main are in conflict and need to be relocated. CWLP personnel have estimated the cost for the relocation of this water main to be $398,000.00. The County has passed a resolution authorizing this relocation expenditure. The reimbursement for the cost will be based on the Utilities’ actual cost after the completion of the work.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  097.pdf  

2020-097

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH SANGAMON COUNTY FOR REIMBURSABLE UTILITY ADJUSTMENT IN REGARDS TO THE WOODSIDE ROAD UNDERPASS PROJECT, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a new ordinance authorizing an intergovernmental agreement with the Sangamon County Highway Department (“County”). This ordinance authorizes an agreement for reimbursement of utility relocation costs associated with the proposed County’s Woodside Road Underpass Project. Originally, the existing 24” transmission main was installed in a water main easement outside the roadway right-of-way. With the now proposed roadway improvements, there are four (4) locations where the existing 24” water main are in conflict and need to be relocated. CWLP personnel have estimated the cost for the relocation of this water main to be $398,000.00. The County has passed a resolution authorizing this relocation expenditure. The reimbursement for the cost will be based on the Utilities’ actual cost after the completion of the work.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  097.pdf  

2020-098

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING AMENDMENTS TO THE LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS OF THE LAKE LEASEHOLD INTERESTS AT 30 NORTH FOX MILL LANE AND 34 NORTH FOX MILL LANE, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a new ordinance amending the legal description of two lake leasehold interests. This ordinance approves and authorizes the execution of two amendments to two separate lake leases. The leased properties are 30 and 34 Fox Mill Lane. The new legal descriptions are the result of 30 Fox Mill Lane (Asher and Carol Dyson) purchasing a piece of the property from 34 Fox Mill Lane (Craig Sim) to be able to use this area for easier access to their boat slip and dock. Both leaseholders and CWLP agree to this amendment. A new plat of survey has been completed by Kuhn & Trello Consulting Engineers, LLC. The Plat Survey has been approved by the Sangamon County Regional Planning Commission and has been recorded at the Recorder of Deeds.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  098.pdf  

2020-098

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING AMENDMENTS TO THE LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS OF THE LAKE LEASEHOLD INTERESTS AT 30 NORTH FOX MILL LANE AND 34 NORTH FOX MILL LANE, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a new ordinance amending the legal description of two lake leasehold interests. This ordinance approves and authorizes the execution of two amendments to two separate lake leases. The leased properties are 30 and 34 Fox Mill Lane. The new legal descriptions are the result of 30 Fox Mill Lane (Asher and Carol Dyson) purchasing a piece of the property from 34 Fox Mill Lane (Craig Sim) to be able to use this area for easier access to their boat slip and dock. Both leaseholders and CWLP agree to this amendment. A new plat of survey has been completed by Kuhn & Trello Consulting Engineers, LLC. The Plat Survey has been approved by the Sangamon County Regional Planning Commission and has been recorded at the Recorder of Deeds.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  098.pdf  

2020-099

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH THE MACON COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING CENTER FOR USE OF THE ACADEMY FOR TRAINING PURPOSES BY THE SPRINGFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT FROM JANUARY 12, 2020, THROUGH APRIL 17, 2020
An ordinance authorizing the payment of $62,740 to Macon County Law Enforcement Training Center to cover training of 10 Police Candidates in Recruit Class 20-07.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Safety
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  099.pdf  

2020-099

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH THE MACON COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING CENTER FOR USE OF THE ACADEMY FOR TRAINING PURPOSES BY THE SPRINGFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT FROM JANUARY 12, 2020, THROUGH APRIL 17, 2020
An ordinance authorizing the payment of $62,740 to Macon County Law Enforcement Training Center to cover training of 10 Police Candidates in Recruit Class 20-07.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Safety
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  099.pdf  

2020-100

A JOINT RESOLUTION RELATING TO THE FEASIBILITY OF ENTERING INTO AN ANNEXATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE VILLAGE OF GRANDVIEW AND THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD CONSISTENT WITH THE ANNEXATION REQUIREMENTS OF THE ILLINOIS MUNICIPAL
A joint resolution relating to the feasibility of entering into an annexation agreement between the village of Grandview and the City of Springfield consistent with the annexation requirements of the Illinois Municipal
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Agenda Item #2020-100:Amendment  strike section 2  Passed
Documents:
  100.pdf  

2020-101

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A MASTER SERVICE AGREEMENT WITH HYLAND SOFTWARE FOR ONBASE ELECTRONIC PLAN REVIEW AND CITYWORKS INTEGRATION IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $130,290.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
An ordinance authorizing execution of a master services agreement with Hyland Software, Inc. for electronic plan review implementation and Cityworks integration for the Office of Public Works
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  101.pdf  

2020-101

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A MASTER SERVICE AGREEMENT WITH HYLAND SOFTWARE FOR ONBASE ELECTRONIC PLAN REVIEW AND CITYWORKS INTEGRATION IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $130,290.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
An ordinance authorizing execution of a master services agreement with Hyland Software, Inc. for electronic plan review implementation and Cityworks integration for the Office of Public Works
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  101.pdf  

2020-102

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AN ADDITIONAL PAYMENT FOR CONTRACT PW20-06-34 WITH PETERSBURG PLUMBING AND EXCAVATING LLC FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE WALNUT STREET SEWER REPLACEMENT PROJECT BY AUTHORIZING AN ADDITIONAL $144,739.46 FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,494,245.70 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
An ordinance authorizing an additional payment for contract PW20-06-34 with Petersburg Plumbing and Excavating LLC for construction of the Walnut Street sewer replacement project by authorizing an additional $144,739.46 for an amount not to exceed $1,494,245.70 for the Office of Public Works
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  102.pdf  

2020-102

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AN ADDITIONAL PAYMENT FOR CONTRACT PW20-06-34 WITH PETERSBURG PLUMBING AND EXCAVATING LLC FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE WALNUT STREET SEWER REPLACEMENT PROJECT BY AUTHORIZING AN ADDITIONAL $144,739.46 FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,494,245.70 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
An ordinance authorizing an additional payment for contract PW20-06-34 with Petersburg Plumbing and Excavating LLC for construction of the Walnut Street sewer replacement project by authorizing an additional $144,739.46 for an amount not to exceed $1,494,245.70 for the Office of Public Works
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  102.pdf  

2020-103

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING THE LOWEST RESPONSIBLE BID AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF CONTRACT NUMBER PW20-01-79 WITH REYHAN BROTHERS, INC. D/B/A SANGAMO CONSTRUCTION FOR THE FY2021 BRICK STREET REPAIR PROGRAM IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $499,630.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
An ordinance accepting the lowest responsible bid and authorizing the execution of contract no. PW20-01-79 with Reyhan Brothers, Inc. D/B/A Sangamo Construction for the FY2021 Brick Street repair program for the Office of Public Works
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  103.pdf  

2020-103

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING THE LOWEST RESPONSIBLE BID AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF CONTRACT NUMBER PW20-01-79 WITH REYHAN BROTHERS, INC. D/B/A SANGAMO CONSTRUCTION FOR THE FY2021 BRICK STREET REPAIR PROGRAM IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $499,630.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
An ordinance accepting the lowest responsible bid and authorizing the execution of contract no. PW20-01-79 with Reyhan Brothers, Inc. D/B/A Sangamo Construction for the FY2021 Brick Street repair program for the Office of Public Works
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  103.pdf  

2020-104

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING THE LOWEST RESPONSIBLE BID AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF CONTRACT NUMBER PW20-01-81 WITH P.H. BROUGHTON & SONS, INC. TO FURNISH CONSTRUCTION ON THE FY2021 BITUMINOUS OVERLAY PROGRAM FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $6,614,305.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
An ordinance accepting the lowest responsible bid and authorizing execution of contract no. PW20-01-81 with P.H. Broughton & Sons, Inc. to furnish construction on the FY2021 Bituminous Overlay Program for the Office of Public Works
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  104.pdf  

2020-104

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING THE LOWEST RESPONSIBLE BID AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF CONTRACT NUMBER PW20-01-81 WITH P.H. BROUGHTON & SONS, INC. TO FURNISH CONSTRUCTION ON THE FY2021 BITUMINOUS OVERLAY PROGRAM FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $6,614,305.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
An ordinance accepting the lowest responsible bid and authorizing execution of contract no. PW20-01-81 with P.H. Broughton & Sons, Inc. to furnish construction on the FY2021 Bituminous Overlay Program for the Office of Public Works
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  104.pdf  

2020-105

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING THE LOW BID AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF CONTRACT NUMBER PW20-01-80 WITH PERRY BROUGHTON TRUCKING AND EXCAVATING, INC. FOR THE FY2021 CONCRETE PATCHING PROGRAM IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $917,210.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
An ordinance accepting the lowest responsible bid and authorizing the execution of contract #PW20-01-80 with Perry Broughton Trucking and Excavating, Inc. for the FY2021 concrete patching program for the Office of Public Works
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  105.pdf  

2020-105

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING THE LOW BID AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF CONTRACT NUMBER PW20-01-80 WITH PERRY BROUGHTON TRUCKING AND EXCAVATING, INC. FOR THE FY2021 CONCRETE PATCHING PROGRAM IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $917,210.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
An ordinance accepting the lowest responsible bid and authorizing the execution of contract #PW20-01-80 with Perry Broughton Trucking and Excavating, Inc. for the FY2021 concrete patching program for the Office of Public Works
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  105.pdf  

2020-106

AN ORDINANCE REPEALING ORDINANCES 178-05-15, 094-03-16, AND 457-11-18 AUTHORIZING SIGNING OF CHECKS DRAWN ON CITY FUNDS
An ordinance repealing ordinances 178-05-15, 094-03-16 and 457-11-18 authorizing signing of checks drawn on City funds.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Finance
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  106.pdf  

2020-106

AN ORDINANCE REPEALING ORDINANCES 178-05-15, 094-03-16, AND 457-11-18 AUTHORIZING SIGNING OF CHECKS DRAWN ON CITY FUNDS
An ordinance repealing ordinances 178-05-15, 094-03-16 and 457-11-18 authorizing signing of checks drawn on City funds.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Finance
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  106.pdf  

2020-108

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CREATION OF A SHA EXTERIOR REHABILITATION PROGRAM IN THE SHA TAX INCREMENT FINANCING DISTRICT FOR EXTERIOR REHABILITATION PURPOSES UTILIZING SHA TAX INCREMENT FINANCE FUNDS IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $100,000.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
An ordinance authorizing the creation of an exterior rehabilitation program utilizing SHA Tax Increment Finance Funds in an amount not to exceed $100,000.00 for the Office of Planning and Economic Development
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Finance
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  108.pdf  

2020-108

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CREATION OF A SHA EXTERIOR REHABILITATION PROGRAM IN THE SHA TAX INCREMENT FINANCING DISTRICT FOR EXTERIOR REHABILITATION PURPOSES UTILIZING SHA TAX INCREMENT FINANCE FUNDS IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $100,000.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
An ordinance authorizing the creation of an exterior rehabilitation program utilizing SHA Tax Increment Finance Funds in an amount not to exceed $100,000.00 for the Office of Planning and Economic Development
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Finance
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  108.pdf  

2020-109

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING PAYMENT TO AZTECA SYSTEMS LLC FOR A JOINT PURCHASE OF CITYWORKS ENTERPRISE LICENSE AGREEMENT AND MAINTENANCE FROM APRIL 15, 2020, THROUGH APRIL 14, 2021, FOR THE OFFICES OF PUBLIC WORKS AND PUBLIC UTILITIES FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $150,000.00
An ordinance authoring the purchase of Cityworks Enterprise License Agreement and maintenance for a period of 1 year in an amount not to exceed $150,000.00 for the Offices of Public Works and Public Utilities
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Finance
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  109.pdf  

2020-109

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING PAYMENT TO AZTECA SYSTEMS LLC FOR A JOINT PURCHASE OF CITYWORKS ENTERPRISE LICENSE AGREEMENT AND MAINTENANCE FROM APRIL 15, 2020, THROUGH APRIL 14, 2021, FOR THE OFFICES OF PUBLIC WORKS AND PUBLIC UTILITIES FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $150,000.00
An ordinance authoring the purchase of Cityworks Enterprise License Agreement and maintenance for a period of 1 year in an amount not to exceed $150,000.00 for the Offices of Public Works and Public Utilities
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Finance
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  109.pdf  

2020-110

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A MASTER SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES, INC. FOR VARIOUS SUPPORT SERVICES AND DELIVERABLES FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR THE OFFICES OF PUBLIC WORKS AND PUBLIC UTILITIES, FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $400,000.00 FOR A TWO-YEAR PERIOD
An ordinance authorizing execution of a Master Services Agreement with geographic information services, inc. for various support services and deliverables for the Geographic Information Systems and computerized maintenance management systems for the Office of Public Works and Office of Public Utilities
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Finance
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  110.pdf  

2020-110

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A MASTER SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES, INC. FOR VARIOUS SUPPORT SERVICES AND DELIVERABLES FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR THE OFFICES OF PUBLIC WORKS AND PUBLIC UTILITIES, FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $400,000.00 FOR A TWO-YEAR PERIOD
An ordinance authorizing execution of a Master Services Agreement with geographic information services, inc. for various support services and deliverables for the Geographic Information Systems and computerized maintenance management systems for the Office of Public Works and Office of Public Utilities
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Finance
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  110.pdf  

2020-111

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF BRAD ZACK TO THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD RETIRED EMPLOYEES ADVISORY COMMISSION
This ordinance is to appoint Brad Zach, to the retired City Employee Advisory Council.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  111.pdf  

2020-112

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A DECREASE IN THE NUMBER OF CLASS “D” LIQUOR LICENSES BY ONE DUE TO CLOSURE OF BUSINESS BY TACO PEPE INC. D/B/A NO WAY JOSE’S MEXICAN KITCHEN LOCATED AT 425 N. GRAND AVENUE EAST
(No description available)
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  113.pdf  

2020-112

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A DECREASE IN THE NUMBER OF CLASS “D” LIQUOR LICENSES BY ONE DUE TO CLOSURE OF BUSINESS BY TACO PEPE INC. D/B/A NO WAY JOSE’S MEXICAN KITCHEN LOCATED AT 425 N. GRAND AVENUE EAST
(No description available)
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  113.pdf  

2020-113

AN ORDINANCE TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF CLASS “D” LIQUOR LICENSES BY ONE FOR TRES VELAS, LLC D/B/A NO WAY JOSE’S MEXICAN KITCHEN LOCATED AT 425 N. GRAND AVENUE EAST
(No description available)
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
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Documents:
  113.pdf  

2020-114

A RESOLUTION FOR IMRF BENEFIT PROJECTION LEAVE FOR ROBERT CUNNINGHAM FOR THE MONTHS OF JULY 1985 AND MAY 1990 PERTAINING TO THE ILLINOIS MUNICIPAL FUND
IMRF Benefit Protection Leave
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  114.pdf  

2020-114

A RESOLUTION FOR IMRF BENEFIT PROJECTION LEAVE FOR ROBERT CUNNINGHAM FOR THE MONTHS OF JULY 1985 AND MAY 1990 PERTAINING TO THE ILLINOIS MUNICIPAL FUND
IMRF Benefit Protection Leave
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  114.pdf  

2020-115

A RESOLUTION REFERRING A PETITION TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS AND CONSIDERATION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 155, SECTIONS 155.033, 155.034, 155.040, 155.041, 155.211.9, 155.211.10, 155.211.11, 155.211.12, 155.492, 155.494 AND 155.496 OF THE 1988 CITY OF SPRINGFIELD CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED, PERTAINING TO ADDING ADULT-USE CRAFT GROWERS IN B1 AND B2 WITH A CPU AND MODIFYING SEPARATION PROVISIONS
A resolution referring a petition to the Springfield Planning an Zoning Commission for Public Hearing and consideration proposing an amendment to Chapter 155, Sections 155.033, 155.034, 155.040, 155.041, 155.211.9, 155.211.10, 155.211.11, 155.211.12, 155.492, 155.494 AND 155.496 of the Springfield Code pertaining to adding Adult-use Craft growers in B1 and B2 with a CPU and modifying separation provisions
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Agenda Item #2020-115:Amendment    Passed
Documents:
  115.pdf  

2020-116

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 33 OF THE 1988 CITY OF SPRINGFIELD CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED, CHANGING THE TERMS OF MEMBERS OF THE POLICE COMMUNITY REVIEW COMMISSION FROM TWO YEARS TO FOUR YEARS
An ordinance amending Chapter 33, Section 33.300 of the 1988 City of Springfield Code of Ordinances, as amended, pertaining to the Police Community Review Commission
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  116.pdf  

2020-116

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 33 OF THE 1988 CITY OF SPRINGFIELD CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED, CHANGING THE TERMS OF MEMBERS OF THE POLICE COMMUNITY REVIEW COMMISSION FROM TWO YEARS TO FOUR YEARS
An ordinance amending Chapter 33, Section 33.300 of the 1988 City of Springfield Code of Ordinances, as amended, pertaining to the Police Community Review Commission
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Department: General City Business
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DOC. 020-003

1806, 1812, 1818, 1820 and 1830 South 15th Street
(Ward 2, Alderman Gregory)
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Department: Public Works
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DOC. 020-003

1806, 1812, 1818, 1820 and 1830 South 15th Street
(Ward 2, Alderman Gregory)
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Department: Public Works
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DOC. 020-004

2861 Baker Drive
(Ward 6, Alderwoman DiCenso)
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Department: Public Works
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  004.pdf  

DOC. 020-005

2421 Yale Boulevard
(Ward 6, Alderwoman DiCenso)
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Department: Public Works
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2020-060

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 37 OF THE 1988 CITY OF SPRINGFIELD CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED, BY AMENDING SECTION 37.04.02 REGARDING EXTRA PENSION PAYMENTS FROM THE CORPORATE FUND AS AMENDED
(No description available)
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2020-117

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION AND ADDITIONAL FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $123,000.00 UNDER CONTRACT NO. UE17-01-84 – NO. 2 DYED FUEL FOR THE DALLMAN UNITS WITH PRAIRIELAND FS, INC. FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $623,000.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
Ordinance No. 169-04-17 awarded bid Contract UE17-01-84 – No. 2 Dyed Fuel for the Dallman Units to Prairieland FS, Inc. (“Prairieland”) for an amount not to exceed $250,000.00. Prairieland was the lowest evaluated bidder based on fuel delivery. The contract was for a three-year term, covering fiscal years 2018 through 2020, and contained a provision that allows for contract extension upon mutual agreement. Ordinance No. 023-01-19 authorized an additional $250,000.00 in funding due to all three turbines being in operation more than what was estimated due to favorable economic conditions and therefore using more fuel than was anticipated. CWLP made inquiries with the other fuel suppliers for a cost comparison and those suppliers responded that they could not be competitive with the current contract price. Therefore, it would be in the best financial interest of the City to extend Contract No. UE17-01-84 instead of re-bidding the contract. This Ordinance authorizes an extension of the contract for an additional year. This extension will cost $123,000.00, and it increases the total amount payable under the said contract to $623,000.00. All other terms of the agreement remain the same for the 2021 fiscal year. Prairieland is not a local vendor.
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Department: CWLP
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  117.pdf  

2020-117

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION AND ADDITIONAL FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $123,000.00 UNDER CONTRACT NO. UE17-01-84 – NO. 2 DYED FUEL FOR THE DALLMAN UNITS WITH PRAIRIELAND FS, INC. FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $623,000.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
Ordinance No. 169-04-17 awarded bid Contract UE17-01-84 – No. 2 Dyed Fuel for the Dallman Units to Prairieland FS, Inc. (“Prairieland”) for an amount not to exceed $250,000.00. Prairieland was the lowest evaluated bidder based on fuel delivery. The contract was for a three-year term, covering fiscal years 2018 through 2020, and contained a provision that allows for contract extension upon mutual agreement. Ordinance No. 023-01-19 authorized an additional $250,000.00 in funding due to all three turbines being in operation more than what was estimated due to favorable economic conditions and therefore using more fuel than was anticipated. CWLP made inquiries with the other fuel suppliers for a cost comparison and those suppliers responded that they could not be competitive with the current contract price. Therefore, it would be in the best financial interest of the City to extend Contract No. UE17-01-84 instead of re-bidding the contract. This Ordinance authorizes an extension of the contract for an additional year. This extension will cost $123,000.00, and it increases the total amount payable under the said contract to $623,000.00. All other terms of the agreement remain the same for the 2021 fiscal year. Prairieland is not a local vendor.
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Department: CWLP
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  117.pdf  

2020-118

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING BIDS AND AUTHORIZING CONTRACT UE20-01-76 – ANHYDROUS AMMONIA FOR A FIVE-YEAR PERIOD WITH BRANDT DEALER SUPPORT, LLC IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $4,000,000.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a recurring ordinance for the purchase of anhydrous ammonia. This ordinance accepts Contract UE20-01-76 with Brandt Dealer Support, LLC (“Brandt”) in an amount not to exceed $4,000,000.00 for the purchase and delivery of anhydrous ammonia. Anhydrous ammonia is used for nitrous oxide control in the Selective Catalytic Reduction (“SCR”) systems at Dallman. The product will be purchased on an as needed basis. No minimum quantity is guaranteed. There were three bidders on this contract, one local vendor and two non-local vendors. Brandt is a local vendor. Brandt has been supplying ammonia to Dallman for the previous eleven years. The last time this contract was awarded was in 2015 in the amount of $9,000,000.00 for five years. (Ordinance 146-04-15 / Brandt.).
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Department: CWLP
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  118.pdf  

2020-119

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH THE ENERGY AUTHORITY, INC. IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $76,000.00 FOR SERVICES REQUIRED TO MANAGE THE REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL PROCESS FOR FUTURE CAPACITY AND ENERGY NEEDS, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This Ordinance approves a Professional Services Agreement with The Energy Authority, Inc. (“TEA”) in an amount not to exceed $76,000.00. As a result of the planned unit retirements, CWLP will need to procure both capacity and energy to meet obligations going forward. CWLP plans to release a Request for Proposal (“RFP”) for its future capacity and energy needs to find the lowest cost option. With the input from CWLP personnel, TEA will: 1) identify all project requirements, recommend the suitability of resources, the volume of capacity and energy needed, 2) conduct the RFP process including distributing the document, and handling of the questions and replies, 3) accept and coordinate all RFP responses received, and 4) analyze those responses. TEA will use a scoring matrix to evaluate each response proposal by asset type (wind, solar & non-renewable) to generate a shortlist of proposals by asset type that meets CWLP’s needs. The analysis will include both overall costs and the credibility of the proposed project. Overall costs include the direct costs of the energy and capacity, as well as delivery costs, transmission costs, and congestion costs. Analyzing the credibility of the project includes reviewing the bidder’s credit, the MISO queue position, and the engineering/operation plan for the project. TEA is not a local vendor.
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Department: CWLP
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  119.pdf  

2020-120

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING PAYMENT TO THE ENERGY AUTHORITY, INC. AND MIDCONTINENT INDEPENDENT SYSTEMS OPERATOR, INC. FOR TRANSMISSION SCHEDULE FEES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2021 IN THE AMOUNT OF $4,684,391.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a recurring ordinance for the payment of various fees to maintain the ability to participate in the energy market. This Ordinance authorizes payment in an amount not to exceed $4,684,391.00 to The Energy Authority, Inc. (“TEA”) and Midcontinent Independent Systems Operator, Inc. (“MISO”) for various fees and costs during the Fiscal Year 2021. Schedule 10 fees are $480,000.00, which is 10.2% of the ordinance amount. Schedule 10 is the MISO Cost Recovery Adder. These are costs that support reliable operation of the electric system as well as associated administrative services and regulatory costs. This pays for system coordination, long-term planning, congestion management, operational planning, maintenance and outage coordination, billing/settlement function, dispute resolution, and tariff administration. This also covers annual assessments by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”). Schedule 26/26A fees are $4,204,391, which is 89.8% of the ordinance amount. These are costs that support electric transmission infrastructure upgrades which benefit multiple parties, sometimes encompassing the entire MISO footprint. These projects are thoroughly reviewed by MISO to assess their value in increasing transmission system reliability and allowing for more efficient energy flow through the system. Projects must meet a specific set of criteria to qualify for cost-sharing. These costs are then spread over multiple years, so any given yearly assessment represents multiple projects in various stages of the funding lifecycle. Schedule 26A is the Multi-Value Project Usage Rate. This rate is charged all to load and exports based on the proportion of the load relative to the total MISO load. A Multi-Value Project addresses a need of region or system-wide scope and has a significant impact on the MISO footprint as a whole; hence, the associated costs are shared across the entire system. The expected Schedule 26A charge to CWLP is $3,075,573 or 65.7% of this ordinance amount. Schedule 26 is payments for the Transmission Expansion Plan (other than Multi-Value Projects). These are large projects deemed necessary under the MISO Regional Expansion Criteria and Benefits (RECB) process before the implementation of the Multi-Value Project process. Depending on the type of project, allocation to CWLP may be based strictly on the CWLP proportion of MISO load or a combination of load proportion and local benefit. CWLP load represents approximately 0.4% of MISO total load. The expected Schedule 26 charge to CWLP is $1,128,818 or 24.13% of this ordinance amount.
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Department: CWLP
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  120.pdf  

2020-121

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A LEASE AGREEMENT FOR 4121 GREENBERRY ROAD (SITE 95), FOR OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is an annual ordinance for the lease of real property owned by the City. This ordinance authorizes the execution of a property lease agreement for a one-year term for the Administrative Services Division for the City of Springfield Office of Public Utilities. The leased property consists of 5 acres and a mobile home pad located at 4121 Greenberry Road, Pawnee, Illinois (Site 95). The lease for Site 95 provides that the tenant will pay $300.00/month in rent for one year. Last year’s rent was $300.00/month. There is no security deposit because the City does not own any structures on the leased premises. The lease contains a provision that allows the City to terminate the lease for purposes of inundation or sale of the land. The City also retains the right to enter upon the land for purposes of conducting inspections, investigations, surveys and studies.
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Department: CWLP
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  121.pdf  

2020-121

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A LEASE AGREEMENT FOR 4121 GREENBERRY ROAD (SITE 95), FOR OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is an annual ordinance for the lease of real property owned by the City. This ordinance authorizes the execution of a property lease agreement for a one-year term for the Administrative Services Division for the City of Springfield Office of Public Utilities. The leased property consists of 5 acres and a mobile home pad located at 4121 Greenberry Road, Pawnee, Illinois (Site 95). The lease for Site 95 provides that the tenant will pay $300.00/month in rent for one year. Last year’s rent was $300.00/month. There is no security deposit because the City does not own any structures on the leased premises. The lease contains a provision that allows the City to terminate the lease for purposes of inundation or sale of the land. The City also retains the right to enter upon the land for purposes of conducting inspections, investigations, surveys and studies.
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Department: CWLP
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  121.pdf  

2020-122

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING 32 SEPARATE FARM LEASES WITH VARIOUS TENANTS FOR A ONE-YEAR TERM, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a standard, recurring ordinance for farm leases. This ordinance approves thirty-two (32) separate farm leases with various tenants for a 1-year term for the Land and Water Resources Department. Under these leases, the City will lease a total of approximately 3,318.49 acres, used for corn, soybeans, wheat, alfalfa, clover, and grass. Some acreage qualifies for the United States Department of Agriculture Conservation Reserve Program (“CRP”). Of the aforementioned total acreage, approximately 288 acres will be covered under the CRP program. CRP compensates farmers for planting permanent areas of grass and/or trees on sensitive cropland that need protection from erosion and wind, or in areas where vegetation can improve water quality or provide food and habitat for wildlife. Eligible farmers receive annual CRP rental payments, incentive payments for certain activities, and cost-share assistance to establish the protective vegetation. Five (5) buildings and six (6) grain bins are leased. The leases will expire February 28, 2021, unless cancelled in accordance with the lease provisions. The annual income from all leases will average around $547,816.83. Lease payments are made either annually or semiannually, depending upon the lease provisions.
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Department: CWLP
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  122.pdf  

2020-122

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING 32 SEPARATE FARM LEASES WITH VARIOUS TENANTS FOR A ONE-YEAR TERM, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a standard, recurring ordinance for farm leases. This ordinance approves thirty-two (32) separate farm leases with various tenants for a 1-year term for the Land and Water Resources Department. Under these leases, the City will lease a total of approximately 3,318.49 acres, used for corn, soybeans, wheat, alfalfa, clover, and grass. Some acreage qualifies for the United States Department of Agriculture Conservation Reserve Program (“CRP”). Of the aforementioned total acreage, approximately 288 acres will be covered under the CRP program. CRP compensates farmers for planting permanent areas of grass and/or trees on sensitive cropland that need protection from erosion and wind, or in areas where vegetation can improve water quality or provide food and habitat for wildlife. Eligible farmers receive annual CRP rental payments, incentive payments for certain activities, and cost-share assistance to establish the protective vegetation. Five (5) buildings and six (6) grain bins are leased. The leases will expire February 28, 2021, unless cancelled in accordance with the lease provisions. The annual income from all leases will average around $547,816.83. Lease payments are made either annually or semiannually, depending upon the lease provisions.
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Department: CWLP
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2020-123

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING supplemental AGREEMENT NO. 5 WITH HANSON PROFESSIONAL SERVICES INC., FOR CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE CARPENTER STREET UNDERPASS BETWEEN 9TH AND 11TH STREETS PROJECT, MFT SECTION #13-00475-00-BR AND PROJECT NUMBER TIG-5146(087), and AUTHORIZING AN ADDITIONAL $850,000.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
This ordinance is for an amendment to the agreement with Hanson Professional Services, Inc.to provide archaeological services for the Carpenter Street segment of the Springfield Rail Improvements Project. The work will complete data recovery, documentation and artifact curation at the 1908 Race Riot site. The additional $850,000 will be paid by the City in accordance with an agreement with the Illinois Department of Transportation.
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Department: Public Works
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  123.pdf  

2020-124

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING RELOCATION EXPENSES OF $1,732,500.00 TO KWIK-WALL CO. LOCATED AT 1010 E. EDWARDS STREET FOR SEGMENT 5 OF THE SPRINGFIELD RAIL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
The ordinance is for relocation expenses of business assets located at 1010 East Edwards Street. The relocation of said personal property is for public purposes, specifically associated with the Springfield Rail Improvements Projects. The relocation costs are in compliance with the Federal Uniform Act.
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Department: Public Works
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  124.pdf  

2020-125

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING RELOCATION EXPENSES OF $218,000.00 TO PARCEL SR0135 – SIDENER PROPERTY LOCATED AT 709 BARRETT STREET FOR SEGMENT 5 OF THE SPRINGFIELD RAIL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
This ordinance is for relocation expenses of business assets located at 709 Barrett Street. The relocation of said personal property is for public purposes, specifically associated with the Springfield Rail Improvements Projects. The relocation costs are in compliance with the Federal Uniform Relocation Act.
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Department: Public Works
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  125.pdf  

2020-126

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING RELOCATION EXPENSES OF $328,500.00 TO NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY FOR THE RAILROAD YARD PROPERTY LOCATED BETWEEN SOUTH GRAND AVENUE EAST AND COOK STREET FOR SEGMENT 5 OF THE SPRINGFIELD RAIL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
This ordinance is for relocation expenses of the company assets located at their railroad yard located between South Grand Ave. East and Cook Street. The relocation of said personal property is for public purposes, specifically associated with the Springfield Rail Improvement Projects. The relocation costs are in compliance with the Federal Uniform Relocation Act.
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Department: Public Works
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  126.pdf  

2020-127

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING RELOCATION EXPENSES OF $264,000.00 TO THE BUSINESSES OCCUPYING PARCEL SR0137 FOR THE RAILROAD YARD PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1021 SOUTH GRAND AVENUE EAST FOR SEGMENT 5 OF THE SPRINGFIELD RAIL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
This ordinance is for relocation expenses of businesses assets located at 1021 South Grand Avenue East. The relocation of said personal property is for public purposes, specifically associated with the Springfield Rail Improvements Projects. The relocation costs are in compliance with the Federal Uniform Relocation Act.
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Department: Public Works
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  127.pdf  

2020-128

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING RELOCATION EXPENSES OF $1,028,000.00 TO AMERICAN TOWER MANAGEMENT, LLC FOR RELOCATION OF THE COMMUNICATIONS TOWER LOCATED AT 1021 SOUTH GRAND AVENUE EAST FOR SEGMENT 5 OF THE SPRINGFIELD RAIL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
This ordinance is for relocation expenses of business assets located at 1021 South Grand Avenue East. The relocation of said personal property is for public purposes, specifically associated with the Springfield Rail Improvement Projects. The relocation costs are in compliance with the Federal Uniform Relocation Act.
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Department: Public Works
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  128.pdf  

2020-129

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING THE LOWEST BID AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF CONTRACT NUMBER PW20-01-84 WITH WAS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY FOR THE FY2021 SIDEWALK PROGRAM IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,005,583.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
This ordinance is for the annual sidewalk program. Various sidewalk and curb ramps throughout the City will be removed, replaced and installed.
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Department: Public Works
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  129.pdf  

2020-130

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN ANNEXATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, AND CONNOR PROPERTIES LLC FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1518 EAST STANFORD AVENUE
(No description available)
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Department: Public Works
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  130.pdf  

2020-131

AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING CERTAIN DESCRIBED REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1518 EAST STANFORD AVENUE
(No description available)
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Department: Public Works
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  131.pdf  

2020-132

AN ORDINANCE REAPPOINTING ROGER W. HOLMES AS INSPECTOR GENERAL FOR THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD
(No description available)
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Department: General City Business
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2020-133

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF MARY MUCCIANTE TO THE LINCOLN LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Pursuant to the Springfield City Code of Ordinances, Chapter 97, Section 97.02, this ordinance is to re-appoint Mary Mucciante, who resides on Huntleigh Road, Springfield; to the Lincoln Library Board of Trustees. Her term will end 2.23.2023.
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Department: General City Business
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  133.pdf