1. CALL TO ORDER
2. ROLL CALL
There is not a firm that in Prescott that is able to staff for the City's needs.
Wildan provides all building and safety services.
Standard turnaround in 10 days, expedited in 5.
Drections are to please contact the applicant and work through the issues to get to approval.
Three staff members live in the general area.
Blair thinks an aggressive inspection is important.
Their professionals are all certified.
Wildan sponsors some local non-profits and volunteers with organizations.
"We are committed to an office in Prescott," they said. "It's part of our company plan... I've already made my first hire!"
"We try to send the same staff, so we can stay efficient."
Their staff averages about 15-20 years.
"As a full-service engineering firm, we want you to think of us for any services we can help with."
Councilwoman Rusing notes that they are a publicly traded company. But she also asks if they are needed for specific mass produced, mass graded subdivisions named. The builders will pay through their fees. Wildan gets 75%, the City gets 25%.
Answer: We need to respond to all builders that are doing business with us with respect, efficiency.
Councilman Goode thinks that performance clauses are needed, and also the new software is in place before putting the contract into place.
Wildan is already using the software in question.
Evaluation for the first quarter of the year! And it will help move projects through the pipeline. "I don't anticipate any reduction in production," City Manager Michael Lamar said.
Sischka notes that there are incentives built in.
Some things have changed.
1st quarter of 2020 is the education and information phase.
"Counting Everyone Once and Only Once in the Right Place".
State shared revenues equalled over $400 per person. But that person has to be counted.
There will be a variety of outreach efforts from the City regarding the Census. For the first time in history, people can respond by phone, by mail or online. PO Box holders do not receive a questionnaire.
"Boots on the ground" census takers are called enumerators.
City's new landing page is here: http://www.prescott-az.gov/city-management/communications/2020-census/
ONLY 6 QUESTIONS!!!
Ok, you should be able to watch the video at this link today: https://www.facebook.com/prescottmediacenter/
I am not able to either be at the voting meeting or monitor live it this week.
1. CALL TO ORDER
Pastor Jesse Burke with Sanctuary Covenant Church
4. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
5. ROLL CALL
A. Roll Call
A. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day of Service
A. Downwinders 69th Anniversary
8. CONSENT AGENDA
A. Approval of Minutes for the November 26, 2019 Special Voting Meeting, the December 10, 2019 Special Meeting/Executive Session, the December 10, 2019 Study Session, the December 10, 2019 Voting Meeting, the December 12, 2019 Special Study Session, the December 17, 2019 Special Meeting/Executive Session, the December 17, 2019 Study Session and the December 17, 2019 Voting Meeting.
a. COP MOU 2019
C. Approval of City Contract No. 2020-144 with ePlus Technology Incorporated for Fortinet Annual Support and Maintenance in an amount not to exceed $43,803.05 using National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance (NCPA) Contract 01-65 Pricing.
E. Approval of City Contract No. 2020-139 to Accept Arizona Department of Homeland Security Western Region Award Committee (RAC) FY2018 Reallocation Grant Funds Towards Purchasing Five (5) Pieces of Level IIIA Body Armor, in an Amount not to Exceed $3,213.27. Funding is Available in the Fire Department Budget (Grant Fund).
F. Approval of City Contract No. 2020-142 for the Purchase of One (1) Tiger Corporation Extreme Duty Triple Flail Mowing System in an Amount not to Exceed $68,034.48 under Arizona State Contract ADSPO18-202499. Funding is Budgeted in the FY19 Airport Fund.
9. CONSENT ORDINANCE
10. LIQUOR LICENSE AGENDA
A. NEW LICENSES
1. Public Hearing and Consideration for a New Liquor License Application for a Series 12 Restaurant Liquor License from Benedetto Sal Anzelmo, Applicant, for Sals Pizza; Location: 126 S Montezuma Street.
11. REGULAR AGENDA
A. Approval of City Contract No. 2019-016A1, First Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement with Strength Training Incorporated Occupational Health for Comprehensive Wellness/Fitness Testing of Firefighters. Funding is Available in the General Fund.
D. Adoption of Ordinance No. 2019-1694 Authorizing the Acceptance of a Map of Dedication for Right-of-Way and a Public Utility Easement from Chamberlain Development Prescott, L.L.C. and Trinity Christian School, Inc.
b. Vicinity Map