BOC Agenda for October 9, 2018

INSPIRATIONAL

Reverend Mimi Walker
The Church at Ponce & Highland

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Commissioner Nancy Jester
District 1

PRESENTATIONS

Crime Prevention Month
Jennifer Frenchh Parker‑Crossroad News
“Imagine A Day Without Water”

COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

10:00 A.M. PUBLIC HEARING

Public Works ‑ Transportation
Commission District(s): 2 & 6

Traffic Calming Petition‑ Black Fox Drive between Clairmont Road and Council Bluff Drive.  No Cost to County.
2018‑2355
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: accepted to BOC agenda ‑ Public Hearing)
Commission District(s): 4 & 6
Street Light Special Tax District‑ Church Street, Milscott Drive, North Decatur Road. No Cost to the County.
2018‑2659
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: accepted to BOC agenda ‑ Public Hearing)
Commission District(s): 1, 2, 6 & 7
Traffic Calming Petition ‑ Payton Road between Briarcliff Road and Briarcrest Trail. Cost to the County is $24,900.00
2018‑2661
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: accepted to BOC agenda ‑ Public Hearing)
“DECISION ONLY” ITEMS – NO PUBLIC HEARING
Planning & Sustainability
COMMISSION DISTRICT(S): 3 & 7
N8 Grandview Residential, LLC Z‑18‑22313
2018‑2105
(9/6/18 Planning Commission: deferred for a full cycle to the Board of Commissioners ‑ Zoning Meeting)
(9/25/18 Board of Commissioners ‑ Zoning Meeting: deferred)
Commission District(s): 4 & 6
Rezone ‑ Sam Artopoeus & R. Kyle Williams Z‑18‑22285
2018‑2157
(7/10/18 Planning Commission: deferred for two full cycles to the Board of Commissioners ‑ Zoning Meeting)
(7/24/18 Board of Commissioners ‑ Zoning Meeting: deferred for 30 days)
(8/28/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred substitute)
(9/25/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred 2 weeks)
COMMISSION DISTRICT(S): 3 & 7
N7 Grandview Residential, LLC c/o Battle Law, LLC  LP‑18‑1235089
2018‑2403
(9/6/18 Planning Commission: deferred for a full cycle to the Board of Commissioners ‑ Zoning Meeting)
(9/25/18 Board of Commissioners ‑ Zoning Meeting: deferred.)

APPEALS

NONE

APPOINTMENTS

ITEMS FOR RECORDING IN THE MINUTES
Board of Commissioners
Commission District(s): All
To Record Appointments to the  Transit Master Plan Stakeholder Advisory Committee
2018‑2695
(9/18/18 Committee of the Whole: accepted to BOC agenda ‑ Appointment)
(9/25/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)

CONSENT AGENDA

Airport
Commission District(s): 1 and 6

Approval of Consent to Sublease of Leased Premises on DeKalb Peachtree Airport by Pope Retail Properties, LLC to RAC Dealership, LLC.  There is no cost to the County.
2018‑2669
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda ‑ Consent)
Clerk to the Board of Commissioners and CEO
Commission District(s): All
Approval of Minutes of the Regular Meeting of July 24, 2018
2018‑2762
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda ‑ Consent)
Commission District(s): All
Approval of Minutes of the Regular Meeting of August 14, 2018
2018‑2763
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda ‑ Consent)
Fire & Rescue Services
Commission District(s): All
Acceptance of 2017 Assistance to Firefighters Grant from U. S. Department of Homeland Security ‑ Federal Emergency Management Agency ‑ Grants Funds Match Not to Exceed $15,454.
2018‑2708
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda ‑ Consent)
Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs
Commission District(s): Districts 3 and 7
Transfer $150,000 to the Rainbow Park Development Project
2018‑2694
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda ‑ Consent)
Commission District(s):  2 and 6
Donation for Zonolite Park
2018‑2700
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda ‑ Consent)
Commission District(s):  Districts 3 & 6
Donation of a Disc Golf Course at DeKalb Memorial Park
2018‑2707
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda ‑ Consent)

PRELIMINARY ITEMS

Chief Executive Office
Commission District(s): All Districts
Negotiate and prepare an agreement between DeKalb County, Fulton County and Fulton‑DeKalb Hospital Authority for the construction of a new center for advanced surgical services; inpatient bed expansion and infectious disease center expansion and renovation, not to exceed $37,100,000.
2018‑2806
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the FAB‑Finance, Audit & Budget Committee)
Public Works ‑ Transportation
Commission District(s): 1 and 7
Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of Tucker for Construction of the Tucker Streetscape Project
2018‑2667
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
Purchasing & Contracting
Purchasing & Contracting ‑ to ERPS Committee
Commission District(s): ALL
CO ‑ Change Order No. 1 to Contract No. 1010560 for Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) System (Multiyear Contract): for use by Police Services.  Consists of providing an enhanced CAD system for E911.  Awarded to TriTech Software Systems. Amount Not To Exceed: $520,560.00.
2018‑2588
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the ERPS‑Employee Relations & Public Safety Committee)
Commission District(s): All
REN ‑ Leasing of Undercover Vehicles (Annual Contract ‑ 2nd Renewal of 2 Options To Renew): Contract No. 1032898 for use by Public Works ‑ Fleet Management to be used by Police Services.  This contract consists of the leasing of vehicles for Police Services.  Awarded to Enterprise Fleet Management.  Amount Not To Exceed:  $63,000.00.
2018‑2655
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the ERPS‑Employee Relations & Public Safety Committee)
Purchasing & Contracting ‑ to FAB Committee
Commission District(s): All
RFP ‑ Request for Proposals No. 17‑500459 Water Meter Upgrade and Replacement Program (Annual Contract w/ 3 Options to Renew): for use by the Department of Watershed Management (DWM).  Consists of the provision and management of upgrade and replacement of existing water meters and new water meter installations.  Recommend award to the highest scoring proposers:  RTS Water Solutions, LLC and Grid One Solutions, LLC.  Total Amount Not To Exceed: $7,000,000.00.
2018‑2277
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the FAB‑Finance, Audit & Budget Committee)
(10/2/18 FAB‑Finance, Audit & Budget Committee: No recommendation to the Board of Commissioners)
Commission District(s): All
CO ‑ Change Order No. 1 to Contract No. 1072167 for Customer Billing System Replacement (Multiyear Contract):  for use by the Department of Finance ‑ Utility Customer Operations and the Department of Watershed Management (DWM). This contract consists of the delivery, implementation, integration and annual maintenance and support of a state‑of‑the‑art Customer Information System (CIS) solution for DeKalb County’s customer billing system replacement project. Awarded to Systems & Software, Inc. Amount Not To Exceed: $175,790.27.
2018‑2650
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the FAB‑Finance, Audit & Budget Committee)
(10/2/18 FAB‑Finance, Audit & Budget Committee: recommended for approval. to the Board of Commissioners)
Purchasing & Contracting ‑ to OPS Committee
Commission District(s): All
CO ‑ Change Order No. 2 to Contract No. 1070267 for Technology Solutions with Related Equipment and Accessories: for the Department of Innovation and Technology (IT) to be used by various County departments.  Consists of the purchase of Apple computer hardware, tablets peripherals, printers, network gear and other approved software.  Awarded to CDW Government, LLC.  Amount Not To Exceed: $1,000,000.00.
2018‑2652
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the OPS‑County Operations)
Commission District(s): ALL
RFP ‑ Request for Proposals No. 18‑500488: Landscape Maintenance Services (Multiyear Contract): for use by the Departments of Facilities Management (FM) and Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs (RPCA).  Consists of professional landscape maintenance and emergency services. Recommend award to the highest scoring proposer: Residential Enhancements, Inc. dba RE Global. Amount Not To Exceed: $1,964,225.00.
2018‑2657
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the OPS‑County Operations)
Purchasing & Contracting ‑ to PWI Committee
Commission District(s): 3 & 7
CO ‑ Change Order No. 2 to Contract No. 972548 Snapfinger Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facilities Expansion ‑ Phase 2: for use by the Department of Watershed Management (DWM). This contract consists of the phase 2 expansion to the Snapfinger Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facility; inclusive of site preparation, modification of existing structures and the construction of new structures. This request is to increase the funding to allow for unaccounted sales tax and startup costs associated with the owner negotiated grit removal equipment system and for the completion of three proposed design and construction changes. Awarded to Archer Western Construction, LLC. Amount Not To Exceed $599,549.04.
2018‑2462
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
Commission District(s): 3 & 7
CO ‑ Change Order No. 3 to Contract No. 972548 Snapfinger Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facilities Expansion ‑ Phase 2: for use by the Department of Watershed Management (DWM). This contract consists of the phase 2 expansion to the Snapfinger Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facility; inclusive of site preparation, modification of existing structures, and the construction of new structures. This request is to allow for the completion of three proposed design and construction changes as well as to extend the contract performance time. Awarded to Archer Western Construction, LLC.
2018‑2463
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
Commission District(s): All
REN ‑ Diving Services (Annual Contract ‑ 2nd Renewal of 2 Options to Renew): Contract No. 1034150 for use by the Department of Watershed Management (DWM). This contract consists of the removal of sand, silt, mud and debris from water mains, clearwells, tanks, reservoir leaf screens, reservoir valves, raw water pump intake wet wells and traveling bays from the river side of the bar screens at Holcomb Bridge River station. Awarded to Zion Marine, LLC. Amount Not To Exceed: $307,000.00.
2018‑2548
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
Commission District(s): All
REN ‑ High Pressure Quick Insertion Valves (Annual Contract ‑ 1st Renewal of 2 Options to Renew): Contract No. 1084300 for use by the Department of Watershed Management (DWM). This contract consists of the installation and replacement of high pressure quick insertion valves as a regular part of maintenance and repair operations for various waterlines. Awarded to F.M. Shelton, Inc. Amount Not To Exceed: $318,000.00.
2018‑2579
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
Commission District(s): All
REN ‑ Repair of Electric Motors & Emergency Electric Work (Annual Contract ‑ 2nd Renewal of 2 Options to Renew): Contract No. 1027612 for use by the Department of Watershed Management (DWM). This contract consists of the repair and replacement of raw water pump station motors and emergency electric work as needed. Awarded to Cole Technology. Amount Not To Exceed: $1,400,000.00.
2018‑2582
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
Commission District(s): All
REN ‑ Granite Rubble Stone (Annual Contract ‑ 2nd Renewal of 2 Options to Renew): Contract No. 1027614 for use by Public Works ‑ Roads and Drainage (R&D), Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs (RPCA) and the Department of Watershed Management (DWM). This contract consists of providing granite rubble stone used to address erosion control issues. Awarded to Bedrock Granite Co., Inc. Amount Not To Exceed: $790,600.00
2018‑2584
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
Commission District(s): All
CA ‑ Cooperative Agreement for procuring a Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) System for Scott Candler Plant: for the Department of Innovation and Technology (IT) to be used by the Department of Watershed Management (DWM).  Consists of replacing the obsolete SCADA technical infrastructure including servers, data storage, networking and backup systems with Cisco UCS System, Cisco Scale Protect, redundant NetApp A200, E2812 Storage Systems, Commvault Backup System, and VMWare License as required to upgrade the SCADA Systems.  Awarded to Prosys Information Systems.  Amount Not To Exceed:  $633,424.60.
2018‑2600
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
Commission District(s): 4 & 7
CO ‑ Change Order No. 2 to Contract No. 1060647 for Rockbridge Road Asbestos Cement Water Main Replacement (Multi‑Year Contract): for use by the Department of Watershed Management (DWM). Consists of providing services to alleviate interruptions and multiple failures within the existing water distribution system by replacing the existing 6‑inch Asbestos Cement water main with a new ductile iron pipe water main along Rockbridge Road. Awarded to Reeves Young, LLC. Amount Not To Exceed $1,294,961.00
2018‑2613
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
Commission District(s): ALL
CO ‑ Change Order No. 1 to Contract No. 989165 for Rental of Trailers for use by Public Works ‑ Sanitation and the Department of Beautification.  Consists of the rental of five (5) trailers located at the South Collection lot to house Sanitation and Beautification Staff.  Awarded to Spectrum Building Systems.  Amount Not To Exceed:  $111,938.72.
2018‑2654
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs
Commission District(s): 3 and 6
Sugar Creek Golf and Tennis Center Action Plan
2018‑2771
(10/2/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PECS‑Planning, Economic Development & Community Services Committee)

ITEMS FOR DECISION BY THE BOARD

Board of Commissioners
Commission District(s): All Districts
Amendment To Board of Commissioners Standing Procedural Rules
2018‑2265
(6/19/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda – Preliminary)
(6/26/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
(8/28/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
Chief Executive Office
Commission District(s): All
Appropriation of Anticipated SPLOST Funds in Accordance with the Referendum Approved by the Voters on November 7, 2017.
2018‑1974
(4/17/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the FAB‑Finance, Audit & Budget Committee)
(4/17/18 FAB‑Finance, Audit & Budget Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(4/24/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred 2 weeks to the FAB‑Finance, Audit & Budget Committee)
(5/8/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred to the FAB‑Finance, Audit & Budget Committee)
(5/15/18 FAB‑Finance, Audit & Budget Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(5/22/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred.)
(6/5/18 FAB‑Finance, Audit & Budget Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(6/19/18 FAB‑Finance, Audit & Budget Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(6/26/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred.)
(7/17/18 FAB‑Finance, Audit & Budget Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(7/24/18 Board of Commissioners: 30 day deferral)
(8/28/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
(9/4/18 FAB‑Finance, Audit & Budget Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(10/2/18 FAB‑Finance, Audit & Budget Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)

Finance
Commission District(s): All Commission Districts
Acceptance of Georgia Department of Family and Children Services (DFACS) rental revenue and appropriation thereof to various projects specified below.
2018‑2662
(9/18/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the OPS‑County Operations)
(9/25/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred for 2 weeks to the OPS‑County Operations)
(9/25/18 OPS‑County Operations: recommended for approval. to the Board of Commissioners)
Purchasing & Contracting
Purchasing & Contracting ‑ to OPS Committee
Commission District(s): All
REN ‑ Cooperative Purchase Agreement:  BL061‑17/GCID#20170684 for the Purchase of Gasoline and Diesel Fuel (Annual Contract ‑1st Renewal of 4 Options to Renew): for use by Public Works‑Fleet Management. Awarded to Mansfield Oil Company of Gainesville, Inc. and Petroleum Traders Corporation. Total Amount Not To Exceed: $8,000,000.00.
2018‑2538
(9/18/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the OPS‑County Operations)
(9/25/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred for 2 weeks to the OPS‑County Operations)
(9/25/18 OPS‑County Operations: recommended for approval. to the Board of Commissioners)
Commission District(s): All
LB‑ Invitation No.18‑100989 Repair of Equipment: All Automobiles, On‑the‑Road, Off‑the‑Road, Vehicles, Motorcycles, Trucks, Trailers and Motorized Equipment (Annual Contract with 2 Options to Renew): for use by Public Works ‑ Fleet Management. Consists of obtaining repairs to County vehicles to include on the road and off the road equipment. Recommend award to all (59) responsive and responsible bidders.  Total Amount Not To Exceed:  $5,500,000.00.
2018‑2539
(9/18/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the OPS‑County Operations)
(9/25/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred for 2 weeks to the OPS‑County Operations)
(9/25/18 OPS‑County Operations: recommended for approval. to the Board of Commissioners)
Commission District(s): All
CO ‑ Change Order No. 1 to Contract No. 1021418 for Alternative Fuel Vehicles (Sole Source): for use by Public Works‑Fleet Management. Consists of providing alternative fuel conversion package installation services and alternative fuel repair and maintenance services for Ford vehicles.  Awarded to Allan Vigil Ford.  Amount Not To Exceed: $500,000.00.
2018‑2585
(9/18/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the OPS‑County Operations)
(9/25/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred for 2 weeks to the OPS‑County Operations)
(9/25/18 OPS‑County Operations: recommended for approval. to the Board of Commissioners)
Purchasing & Contracting ‑ to PECS Committee
Commission District(s): 3 and 6
CA ‑ Cooperative Agreement Lease of Utility Vehicles for Sugar Creek Golf and Tennis Club: for use by the Department of Recreation, Parks & Cultural Affairs (RPCA). Awarded to Club Car, LLC. Amount Not To Exceed: $243,360.00.
2017‑0997
(11/7/17 Board of Commissioners: deferred 30 days to the PECS‑Planning, Economic Development & Community Services Committee)
(11/14/17 PECS‑Planning, Economic Development & Community Services Committee: recommended holding in committee)
(12/4/17 PECS‑Planning, Economic Development & Community Services Committee: recommended for deferral)
(12/5/17 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
(1/9/18 PECS‑Planning, Economic Development & Community Services Committee: recommended for deferral to the Board of Commissioners)
(1/23/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred.)
(3/13/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred.)
(3/13/18 PECS‑Planning, Economic Development & Community Services Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(4/10/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred 45 days to the PECS‑Planning, Economic Development & Community Services Committee)
(5/22/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred 30 days to the PECS‑Planning, Economic Development & Community Services Committee)
(6/26/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred 30 days to the PECS‑Planning, Economic Development & Community Services Committee)
(7/24/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred 30 days)
(8/14/18 PECS‑Planning, Economic Development & Community Services Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(8/28/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
(9/11/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred.)
(9/25/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred.)
Commission District(s): 4
LB ‑ Invitation No. 18‑100979 Horse Park Fencing: for use by the Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs (RPCA). Consists of wood fence installation at Little Creek Horse Park. Recommend award to the lowest, responsive and responsible bidder: A.S.A.P. Management Group. Amount Not To Exceed: $195,350.00.
2018‑2537
(9/18/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PECS‑Planning, Economic Development & Community Services Committee)
(9/25/18 PECS‑Planning, Economic Development & Community Services Committee: recommended for approval. to the Board of Commissioners)
(9/25/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred for 2 weeks to the PECS‑Planning, Economic Development & Community Services Committee)
Purchasing & Contracting ‑ to PWI Committee
Commission District(s): 3 & 7
CO ‑ Change Order No. 1 to Contract No. 972548 Snapfinger Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facilities Expansion ‑ Phase 2: for use by the Department of Watershed Management (DWM). This contract consists of the phase 2 expansion to the Snapfinger Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facility; inclusive of site preparation, modification of existing structures, and the construction of new structures. This request is to extend the contract term and to increase the funding to allow for completion of eight (8) proposed design and construction changes. Awarded to Archer Western Construction, LLC. Amount Not To Exceed $350,000.00.
2018‑2195
(6/19/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
(6/19/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended for deferral to the Board of Commissioners)
(6/26/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred.)
(6/28/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(7/10/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
(7/17/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
(7/24/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred 30 days)
(8/21/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(8/28/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
(9/4/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(9/18/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended for approval. to the Board of Commissioners)
Commission District(s): All
LB ‑ Invitation No. 18‑100969 Lubricants (Annual Contract with 2 Options to Renew):  for use by Public Works ‑ Fleet Management and the Department of Watershed Management (DWM).  Consists of the purchase of lubricants (motor oil, hydraulic fluids, transmission fluids, etc.) used for County vehicles and on‑site equipment.  Recommend award to the lowest, responsive and responsible bidders:  Dilmar Oil Company, Lubrication Engineers, Inc., The McPherson Companies, Inc. and Taylor Enterprises, Inc.  Total Amount Not To Exceed:  $330,000.00.
2018‑2337
(8/21/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(8/21/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
(8/28/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
(9/4/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(9/11/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred.)
(9/18/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(9/25/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
Commission District(s): All
CO ‑ Change Order No. 1 to Contract Nos.: 1034376, 1034377, 1034379 and 1034381 for Engineering Services (Multi‑Year Contract): for use by the Department of Watershed Management (DWM). Consists of providing on‑call engineering services that include engineering studies, design, land surveying and construction administration services for water and sewer consent decree projects in the Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Awarded to Atkins North America, Inc., Arcadis U.S., Inc., Brown & Caldwell, Inc. and Black & Veatch Corporation. Total Amount Not To Exceed $6,000,000.00.
2018‑2503
(9/18/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(9/18/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
(9/25/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred for 2 weeks to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs
Commission District(s): District 3 & 6
ITB No. 18‑100987 Greens Renovation for Sugar Creek Golf and Tennis Facility as a part of the overall golf course renovation plan. Approval will allow sprigging renovations to be completed on or before spring of 2019.
2018‑2553
(8/14/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred 2 weeks to the PECS‑Planning, Economic Development & Community Services Committee)
(8/28/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
(9/11/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
(9/25/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
Watershed Management
Commission District(s): All
Reallocation of funding sources for certain previously approved CIP project budgets between the 2011 Bond Fund and the Renewal & Extension (R&E) Fund
2017‑1184
(2/6/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the ERPS‑Employee Relations & Public Safety Committee)
(2/6/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
(2/13/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred.)
(2/20/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
(2/27/18 Board of Commissioners: 30 day deferral)
(3/20/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
(3/27/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred.)
(4/3/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(4/10/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
(4/17/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(5/1/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(5/8/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
(5/15/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(5/22/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred 30 days)
(6/5/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(6/19/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(6/26/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred.)
(6/28/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(7/17/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
(7/24/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred 30 days)
(8/21/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(8/28/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
(9/4/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended for approval upon receipt of additional information to the Board of Commissioners)
(9/11/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
(9/18/18 PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee: recommended holding in committee to the Board of Commissioners)
(9/25/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred)
Commission District(s): All Districts
An Ordinance to Update the Requirements for Automobile Wash Services to Require Recycling of Water.
2018‑2290
(9/18/18 Committee of the Whole: Accepted to the BOC agenda and assigned to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)
(9/25/18 Board of Commissioners: deferred for 2 weeks to the PWI‑Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)

J. COMMENTS FROM THE BOARD

POLICY OF NON-DISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF DISABILITY

The DeKalb County Government does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the admission or access to, or treatment of employment in its programs or activities.  The Office of Contract Compliance and EEO, 1300 Commerce Drive, Decatur, GA 30030, 404-371-4795 & TDD 404-371-7064, has been designated to coordinate compliance with the non-discrimination requirements contained in Section 35.107 of the Department of Justice regulations.  Information concerning the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the rights provided there under are available from the ADA Coordinator.  A ten-day notice is requested for special accommodations.