20160414 City Council Synopsis
Consideration of Items for Consent Agenda
Mayor pro tem Brown called the consent agenda to order at 6:30PM on April 14, 2016. Those present were Julie Livingston, Monty Parks, John Major, Wanda Doyle, and Bill Garbett. Also attending were Diane Schleicher, City Manager; Tommy Branch, Callaway, Braun, Riddle and Hughes, PC; George Shaw, Director, Community Development; and Janet LeViner, Clerk of Council. Mayor Buelterman was excused for this portion of the meeting
Mayor pro tem Brown listed the following items on the consent agenda:
· City Council Meeting, March 10, 2016
· City Council Meeting, March 16, 2016
· Tybee Island Sprint Triathlon: June 12th at 7:00AM; various locations/routes
· Alcohol and Entertainment License Request: Liquor/Beer/Wine/Sunday Sales – Entertainment: Agave Bar and Grill, 402 First Street
· Tybee Island Christmas Parade: December 3rd at 1:00 – 3:00PM: 14th Street parking lot – Tybrisa – Butler – 5th Street @ Gym (end)
· Lights on for Tybee Celebration: December 2nd at 6:30 – 9:00PM; Tybrisa/Strand areas
· Tybee Rainbow Fest Parade: April 30 @ 3:00 – 4:00PM; staging at 4th Street – Butler – Strand Avenue
· Film Production – Krystal: April 25 – 26th (rain contingency dates are May 2 – 3); North Beach area; Krystal Films, Inc.
· Alcohol License Request: Beer/Wine/ Sunday Sales - Dim Schumm, LLC dba Bo Bien Hut (existing business), 1605 Inlet Avenue
· Proposed Renewed Contract with G & K Uniform Services for public works and water/sewer employees. Budget Line Item Number (if applicable): 100-4210-53-1720, 505-4310-53-1720 and 505-4410-53-1720
· Police Radios Purchase Request: Motorola quote (sole source) - $31,878.72. Explanation: 4 new radios and a spare battery with a car charger for all of the newer radios, as well as, some batteries for our older radios along with a multiple battery charging station for the office. This will resolve the problems with use of the radios during special events with the officers’ batteries going dead, and they are out of service until they can get a charged one. Budget Line Item Number (if applicable): 100-3210-54-2100 Police Capital Equipment
· The purpose of this agenda item is to request the City Council’s approval to contract with the Government Financial Officers Association (GFOA) to perform a risk based analysis to determine the City’s financial reserve requirements.
· Tybee Post Theater Equipment Change Order Request and Budget Amendment – Michael Gaster and Associates - $1,542.42. Budget Line Item Number (if applicable): 2014 SPLOST Cultural and Recreation – 322-6110-54-2100
· North Beach Restrooms and Showers: Tippens & Polk Construction – Change Order #2 - $2,700 – Added two movable/locking bollards to the west entrance to prevent public vehicle access via pedestrian walkway.
o Base Construction Cost 815,000.00
o Alternate for signage 38,500.00
o Change Order #1 1,661.00
o Change Order #2 $2,700.00
· Statewide Mutual Aid Agreement and Disaster Mutual Aid Agreement
Mayor Buelterman called the regular meeting to order at 7:00PM. All those present for the consent agenda were present.
· Call to Order
· Pledge of Allegiance
Recognitions and Proclamations
· Proclamation – Leonard “The Sandman” Miller
· Recognition of Tybee Arts Association and Local Community Artist for the design and painting of the Educational Environmental Signage on the city’s beach warning signs.
o TAA Members:
§ Carole Wilde Jackson
§ Denise Elliot Vernon
§ Crystal Travaille
§ Myrna Giusti
§ Sarah Bernzott
§ Other Volunteers:
§ Patrice Jackson, 18, Armstrong University
§ Alise Jackson, 15, Savannah Arts Academy
§ Olivia Campbell, 13 Coastal Middle School
§ Cadyn Campbell, 14 Islands High School
§ Pixie Travaille, 10 Marshpoint Elementary
§ Trey Travaille 9, Maritime Academy
§ Tripp Travaille 7, Maritime Academy
§ Mary-Cass Steward, 12, Charles Ellis Montessori
§ Robin Leske, 12, Charles Ellis Montessori
Consideration of Boards, Commissions and Committee Appointments.
Mayor Buelterman administered the Oath of Judge pro tem to Frank Cardillo.
Report of Staff, Boards, Standing Committees and/or Invited Guests
· Waste Collection Update, Ben Wall, Atlantic Waste
· Dr. Jason Evans, Assistant Professor of Environmental Science, Stetson University: Final Report and Summary Recommendations from the Tybee Island Sea Level Rise Adaptation Project
Citizens to be Heard: Please limit comments to 3 minutes. Maximum allowable times if 5 minutes.
· Ava McNally, Proposed speed bump on 14th Street
· Jenni Knight, Jenni’s Treats on the Street
Wanda Doyle made a motion to approve the consent agenda. Monty Parks seconded. Vote was unanimous, 6-0.
Variance: 1 Lighthouse Lane, Victor Sasser. Wanda Doyle made a motion to approve. Barry Brown seconded. Vote was unanimous, 6-0.
Quit Claim: 34 Van Horne; Dave Makel. Wanda Doyle made a motion to accept the appraisal and sell the property. Monty Parks seconded. Voting in favor were Julie Livingston, Monty Parks, John Major, Wanda Doyle and Bill Garbett. Voting against was Barry Brown. Motion carried 5-1.
Consideration Local Requests and Applications – Funding, Special Events, Alcohol License
2016 Beach Bum Parade: May 20th at 6:30PPM – 8:00PM; staging at North Beach lot, ending at Strand Avenue. John Major made a motion to approve with the contingency to include rules that participants do not jump off floats; participants stay in vehicles; and no parking on Butler from 2nd Street to Tybrisa. Wanda Doyle seconded. Vote was unanimous, 6-0.
Consideration of implementing the Film Related Production Application. FOR DISCUSSION ONLY.
Consideration of Bids, Contracts, Agreements and Expenditures
North Beach Restrooms and Showers – Tippens & Polk Construction - Acceptance of Bid Alternate – Signage for the entrance into the North Beach Parking Lot.
Base Construction Cost 815,000.00
Alternate for signage 38,500.00 (This agenda request)
Change Order #1 1,661.00
Change Order #2 2,700.00 (pending)
Total Construction 857,861.00
NO ACTION TAKEN.
Consideration of Ordinances, Resolutions
First Reading, 2016-8, Sec 2-218, City Credit Card Usage; Restrictions. Monty Parks made a motion to approve on first reading and replace the language “finance director” with “city manager”. John Major seconded. Vote was unanimous, 6-0.
First Reading, 2016-10, Sec 22-96, Recycling. Wanda Doyle made a motion to approve. Monty Parks seconded. Vote was unanimous, 6-0.
Resolution, Georgia Cities Week, April 17 – 23, 2016. Monty Parks made a motion to approve. Wanda Doyle seconded. Vote was unanimous, 6-0.
Resolution Adopting Stephens Day Residential Garbage and Recycling Rate. Budget Line Item Number (if applicable): 540-00-34-4110 (Solid Waste Collection Charges) and 540-00-34-4120 (Recycling Program Charges). Wanda Doyle made a motion to approve. Barry Brown seconded. Vote was unanimous, 6-0.
Council, Officials and City Attorney Considerations and Comments
Tommy Branch, Callaway, Braun, Riddle and Hughes:
· Community Resource Committee Reinstatement. Bill Garbett made a motion to approve. Monty Parks seconded. Voting in favor were Julie Livingston, Monty Parks, John Major, Barry Brown and Bill Garbett. Voting against was Wanda Doyle. Motion carried 5-1.
· Courtesy Decal Policy and Form. Monty Parks made a motion to approve to include mayor and council receiving 15 courtesy decals per year. Wanda Doyle seconded. Vote was unanimous, 6-0.
· Georgia Cities Week
· Permitting process for films
· Glass recycling
· Plastic bag/plastic film recycling
· Open Records/Open Meeting Training
· Review of Municipal Code
· C-2 Parking
Julie Livingston made a motion to adjourn. John Major seconded. Vote was unanimous, 6-0.
Meeting adjourned at 10:10PM
Janet LeViner, Clerk