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CITY OF PASS CHRISTIAN
MEETING OF THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN
FEBRUARY 20, 2018, 6:00 P.M.

  1. Call to order
  2. Prayer and pledge
  3. Roll Call
  4. Bid Opening Small Craft Harbor Construction of the Day Pier Extension

 

ADMINISTRATION

 

  1. Consider approving minutes of the February 6, 2018 Regular Mayor and Board of Aldermen meeting, as requested by Dawn Sanders, Deputy City Clerk.  A-1.

  2. Consider proclaiming May 19, 2018 Kids to Parks Day in Pass Christian, as requested by Chipper McDermott, Mayor.   A-2.

  3. Consider adopting Order to require Delta Directional Drilling or any other directional drilling companies operating within the City to immediately provide the City’s  Water and Sewer Contractor, WPSCO, and the City Engineer with three sets of construction drawings or plans for the path of all existing and future directional drilling and installation of underground utilities in all areas within the City right-of-way or other public areas and also to prohibit such contractors from performing their drilling operations within the City limits after 3:30 PM each business day and on any holiday that the City is closed and WPSCO crews are unavailable, except for Feb. 19, 2018, by special permission with WPSCO.  [WPSCO has informed the City staff and City Engineer that they have recently discovered that Delta Directional Drilling has unlawfully drilled through the City’s sewer main on Davis Avenue and WPSCO is concerned that this contractor’s operations must be greater regulated to avoid unnecessary overtime charges to the City from WPSCO and further damages to the City’s underground utility infrastructure.]  A-3.

  4. Consider ratifying or approving, as shall be appropriate, the Mayor to immediately enter into a contract or issue a purchase order with the lowest and best quote to perform certain repair work to the City’s sewer main on Davis Avenue and South of Handy Avenue recently believed to be caused by Delta Directional Drilling and to amend the budget accordingly.  [In consultation with WPSCO, the City Engineer has solicited expedited bids from interested contractors for this work and such bids will be received on February 19, 2018, and presented at the Board of Aldermen meeting.  The City Engineer has certified that an emergency exists because there has been a failure in the transportation of the sewer through the City main and that the delay incident to giving opportunity for competitive bidding by advertisement, if required, would be detrimental to the interests of the City in providing for the immediate restoration of such sewer system.  The City’s contractor and staff are currently compiling documentation to submit a claim to Delta Directional Drilling for the damage caused to the City’s sewer main.]

 

PLANNING DEPARTMENT

  1. Consider the City Planner’s recommendation to approve a Re-Subdivision at 100 Ashwood Drive, Tax Parcels #0212P-01-057.000 & 0212P-01-056.000.  Don L and Eugenia M Miller propose combining the two parcels, as requested by Danit Simon, City Planner.  PD-1.

  2. Consider the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve Warrant Application PD-9-2018, Chiron Hosley as agent of Carl Panebiango, 1101 E Beach Boulevard, Warrant Application for sliding front doors at the front of the house, in the T3R Single-Family Residential Zone, as requested by Danit Simon, City Planner.  PD-2.

 

WATER DEPARTMENT

  1. Consider approving adjustment request from Melissa Legier in the amount of $643.50 for 1/2 of the excess water charges for 90,000 gallons of water and all of the excess sewer charges. Customer states no one is living in the home, a plumber was dispatched to the property, and no leaks were found. WPSCO performed a flow test on 1/26/18 and meter was found to be in good working order. Customers' usage is back down to average billing. (Total amount of adjustment for excess water and sewer is $754.20.)Based on previous rulings recommendation is to deny this request, as requested by the Water Department.  W-1.


FIRE DEPARTMENT

  1. Consider approving request to put the following individuals listed below on the part- time call out list, as Fire Fighters, contingent upon passing urinalysis and background check, as requested by Fire Chief, Dwight Gordon.
    Rachel Gnau
    Rylye Hayden

 

2.    Consider approving request to purchase a custom-built trailer from Custom Built Trailers of MS in the amount of $9,995.00, as requested by Fire Chief Gordon. F-2.
3.     Consider approving request to hire Dan Dauner to pick up generator assembly from Station One and deliver it to Custom Built Trailers of MS in Seminary, MA in the amount of $539.00 for pickup and delivery, as requested by Fire Chief Gordon.  F-3.

 

POLICE DEPARTMENT

  1. Consider ratifying accepting resignation of Matt Issman as Pass Christian Police Reserve Officer effective February 9, 2018, as requested by Police Chief Hendricks.  P-1.

  2. Consider accepting resignation of Officer Kimbro Estes effective February 22, 2018, as requested by Police Chief Hendricks.  P-2.

 

CONSENT AGENDA

  1. Consider approving payment of the following Kevin Scott Fitzpatrick Architect January
    2018 invoices totaling $410.00.  CA-1.                                              

  2. Consider approving amending lodging rate from $186.00 to $202.00 previously approved at the February 6, 2018 Regular Mayor and BOA meeting to send Chief Tim Hendricks to a two-day FBI National Academy Spring Re-Trainer on March 22-23, 2018,first night of lodging is not covered by blocked room rates, as requested by Police Chief Hendricks. 

  3. Consider approving request to send Lt. Dia’mond Woodman to MS Fire Investigators Association Conference, April 11-13, 2018, in Oxford, MS. The cost of the conference is $175.00, per diem of $124.00, lodging $457.00 for three nights and use of city vehicle, as requested by Fire Chief Gordon.  CA-3.

  4. Consider approving request to send Sgt. Samuel Thompson to a three day Supervisor Level II training class held on February 26-28, 2018 in Gulfport, MS. Tuition is free and use of a City vehicle, as requested by Police Chief Hendricks.  CA-4.

  5. Consider approving request to send Investigator Michael Burkett and Sgt. Chris Williams to a six-day Mississippi Command College class held on July 15-20, 2018 in Oxford, MS.  The total tuition is $700.00 ($350.00 each), lodging $495.00 ($99.00 per night-double occupancy), per diem $200.00 (each) and use of City vehicle is required, as requested by Police Chief Hendricks.  CA-5.

  6. Consider approving request to send the following officers to a three day Standardized Field Sobriety Testing training class held on April 17-19, 2018 in Hancock County, MS. Tuition is free and use of a City vehicle, as requested by Police Chief Hendricks.  CA-6.
    Officer Kyle Broadus
    Officer Samantha Phillips
    Officer Jeffrey Frye

  7. Consider approving request to send SRO John Dedeaux to a one-day Planning Safe and Secure Large Outdoor Sport and Entertainment Events Training class held on March 22, 2018 in Biloxi, MS. Tuition is free, and use of a City vehicle, as requested by Police Chief Hendricks. CA-7.

  8. Consider approving request to send Officers Anthony Michael and Alex Bryan to a five-day Core Tactics class March 6-9, 2018 held in Pearl, MS. Tuition is free, lodging is $372, per diem $248 ($124 x 2), and use of a City vehicle, as requested by Police Chief Hendricks.  CA-8.

  9. Consider approving request to transfer the following from the Police Department (200) to Beautification (502), as requested by Police Chief Hendricks.
    Magic Chef Microwave          S/N# DJ04511850 (Item received from ATF donation

  10. Consider approving request to transfer the following from the Police Department (200) to the City Hall Administration (001, as requested by Police Chief Hendricks.
    Executive Desk Chair, Black             S/N# N/A (Item received from ATF donation)

  11. Consider authorizing disbursement in the sum of $53,688 to contractor, Advanced Construction and Development, LLC, for municipal parking lot construction as recommended by City Engineer.  [This is in conjunction with the approval of Pay Application No. 1 at the February 6, 2018, meeting, where the City Engineer recommended withholding this sum until certain tests had been performed on the concrete used in the parking lot.  The tests have now been successfully performed and this disbursement can be made.] As recommended by Bob Escher, City Engineer.  CA-11. 

  12. Consider approving disposal of the following items from the Police Department it is defective and needs replacing, as requested by Shawn Jerone, IT Director.  CA-12.

Iphone 5                    Tag # 03435

13. Consider receiving monthly Budget Report for January 2018 from City Clerk, as requested by Marian Gest, City Clerk.  CA-13. 

 

CLAIMS DOCKET


1.  Consider approving Claims Docket in the amount of $293,150.06.  CD-1.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

  1. Consider going into Executive Session to discuss personnel matter in the Fire Department, as requested Fire Chief Gordon. 

 

PUBLIC COMMENT

THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN WILL ALLOW RESIDENTS AN OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK WITH A THREE-MINUTE TIME LIMIT ON EACH SPEAKER. NO PUBLIC QUESTIONING COMMENTS ARE ALLOWED DURING THE MEETING, UNLESS THE BOARD RECOGNIZES SUCH PERSON.