REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL Monday, February 13, 2023 06:00 PM Council Chambers

AGENDA NO. 2023-03-RG

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1.CALL TO ORDER 

2.INVOCATION

  1. A.Lead Pastor Dr. Tommy Gray, Asbury Church

3.PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

4.ROLL CALL OF ELECTED GOVERNING OFFICIALS

5.AMENDMENTS TO AGENDA

6.APPROVAL OF MINUTES

  1. A.Minutes No. 2023-02-RG, dated January 23, 2023

7.PRESENTATIONS AND AWARDS

  1. A.Presentation by Carolyn Reagle with Madison Beautification Board for the Arbor Day Contest Certificates and Prizes Presentation

8.PUBLIC COMMENTS

Public comments are limited to 3 minutes per speaker. Anyone who would like to sign up prior to the Council meeting may contact the City Clerk at cityclerk@madisonal.gov. Anyone who would like to submit a presentation to the City Council must email it to the City Clerk by noon on the Friday prior to the meeting. Anyone who cannot attend the meeting in person and would like to email written comments must do so by noon of the Council meeting date, and address comments to citycouncil@madisonal.gov

9.CONSENT AGENDA AND FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT

  1. A.Regular and periodic bills to be paid

  2. B.Authorization of final payment to Rogers Group, Inc. in the amount of $7,372.89 (Invoice No. 46400, Project No. 20-028, Middle School Roadway Extension) (to be paid from 2020-A Bond account)

  3. C.Authorization of payment to Barge Design Solutions in the amount of $13,526.70 (Invoice No. 207215, PO No. 2022-1151, Nov. 26 - Dec. 30, 2022, Project No. 19-047 Wall Triana and I-565 Improvements) (to be paid from 2015-A Bond account)

  4. D.Authorization of payment to Elite Storage Products in the amount of $2,500.00 for Phase 1 Improvements at Toyota Field (Invoice INV-2271, Payment No. 1, PO No. 2023-0445) (to be paid from Venue Maintenance Fund)

  5. E.Approval of Purchase Order for Elite Storage Products in the amount of $5,000.00 for Phase 1 Improvements at Toyota Field (Resolution 2023-052-R) (to be paid from Multi-Use Venue Maintenance Fund Checking)

  6. F.Approval of Purchase Order for Tate Ornamental, Inc. in the amount of $13,790.00 for Phase 1 Improvements at Toyota Field (Resolution 2023-052-R) (to be paid from Multi-Use Venue Maintenance Fund Checking)

  7. G.Approval of Purchase Order for Lowe's Companies, LLC in the amount of $2,770.98 for Phase 1 Improvements at Toyota Field (Resolution 2023-052-R) (to be paid from Multi-Use Venue Maintenance Fund Checking)

  8. H.Approval of Purchase Order for Ferguson Enterprises, LLC in the amount of $9,733.33 for Phase 1 Improvements at Toyota Field (Resolution 2023-052-R) (to be paid from Multi-Use Venue Maintenance Fund Checking)

  9. I.Approval of Purchase Order for Wallace Construction, LLC in the amount of $18,664.00 for Phase 1 Improvements at Toyota Field (Resolution 2023-052-R) (to be paid from Multi-Use Venue Maintenance Fund Checking)

  10. J.Resolution No. 2023-018-R: Approving an annual appropriation agreement with Wellstone, Inc. for FY23 in the amount of $40,000.00 (to be paid from General Operating account)

  11. K.Resolution No. 2023-019-R: Approving an annual appropriation agreement with Huntsville Botanical Garden for FY23 in the amount of $10,000.00 (to be paid from General Operating account)

  12. L.Resolution No. 2023-020-R: Approving an annual appropriation agreement with Crisis Services of North Alabama for FY23 in the amount of $10,000.00 (to be paid from General Operating account)

  13. M.Resolution No. 2023-021-R: Approving an annual appropriation agreement with The Enrichment Center for FY23 in the amount of $20,000.00 (to be paid from General Operating account)

  14. N.Resolution No. 2023-022-R: Approving an annual appropriation agreement with Health Establishments At Local Schools for FY23 in the amount of $5,000.00 (to be paid from General Operating account)

  15. O.Resolution No. 2023-057-R: Authorizing an agreement with the North Alabama Highway Safety Office for traffic safety grant funds

  16. P.Resolution No. 2023-068-R: Renewal of one-year maintenance agreement with Stryker for LifePak 15’s, LifePak 1000’s and Lucas devices in the amount of  $17,448.80 (to be paid from the Fire Department budget)

  17. Q.Resolution No. 2023-058-R: Providing for the disposition of personal property of negligible value, formerly used by the Police Department, via online auction through Govdeals website, pursuant to Section16-108 of the Code of Ordinances

  18. R.Resolution No. 2023-069-R: Providing for the disposition of personal property of negligible value, formerly used by the Parks & Recreation Department (Moto Max Trax 100 (2), 2-Drawer Wood Filing Cabinet) pursuant to Section16-108 of the Code of Ordinances

  19. S.Resolution No. 2023-070-R: Providing for the disposition of personal property of negligible value, formerly used by the Parks & Recreation Department (mowers, vehicles, and other items), via online auction through Govdeals website, pursuant to Section16-108 of the Code of Ordinances

  20. T.Approval of acceptance of check from Chambers Bottling Co. in the amount of $34.77 (to be deposited into Fire Department Donation account)

  21. U.Approval to accept Senior Center Donation from M.C. Flurer for $25.00

10.PRESENTATIONS OF REPORTS

MAYOR PAUL FINLEY

COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 1 MAURA WROBLEWSKI

COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 2 CONNIE SPEARS

COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 3 TEDDY POWELL

COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 4 GREG SHAW

COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 5 RANAE BARTLETT

COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 6 KAREN DENZINE

COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 7 JOHN SEIFERT

11.BOARD/COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

12.PUBLIC HEARINGS

Public comments during public hearings are limited to 5 minutes per speaker. Anyone who would like to sign up prior to the Council meeting may contact the City Clerk at cityclerk@madisonal.gov. Anyone who would like to submit a presentation to the City Council must email it to the City Clerk no later than noon on the Friday prior to the meeting. Anyone who cannot attend the meeting in person and would like to email written comments must do so by noon of the Council meeting date and address comments to citycouncil@madisonal.gov. 

  1. A.Proposed Ordinance No. 2023-006: Zoning certain property owned by Boone Henry Three, LLC and Clift Farms Place, LLC, consisting of approximately 4.8 acres, located north of U.S. Highway 72, east of Uncle Frank Boulevard to B3 (General Business) District (First Reading 01/09/2023)

  2. B.Resolution No. 2023-059-R: Approving a request for an Off-Premise Beer and Wine License from Mocha 2 Corporation, doing business as On the Way Chevron, for their location at 8530 Madison Boulevard

  3. C.Resolution No. 2023-060-R: Approving a request for a Restaurant Retail Liquor License from El Mezcal Bar & Grill, LLC, doing business as El Mezcal Bar & Grill, for their location at 8572 Madison Boulevard, Suite R

  4. D.Resolution No. 2023-061-R: Approving a request for a Restaurant Retail Liquor License from Bowl Madison, doing business as Bowl Madison, for their location at 8661 Highway 72 West

13.DEPARTMENT REPORTS

ENGINEERING

PLANNING

RECREATION

14.MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

15.ADJOURNMENT

16.AGENDA ITEMS

Agenda Note: It should be noted that there are times when circumstances arise that require items be added to or deleted from the agenda at time of the Council meeting. Also all attached documents are to be considered a draft until approved by Council. 

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