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NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION OF ELECTRIC FRANCHISE

Due to COVID-19, The City of Pass Christian has canceled Jeepin’ the Coast events citywide.

June 16th –Continued Local Orders

May 11th – Pass Market in Memorial Park

Latest Proclamation: SAFER AT HOME 5 5 2020

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CITY OF PASS CHRISTIAN

MEETING OF THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN

JULY 7, 2020 6:00 P.M.

 

1. Call to Order

2. Prayer and Pledge

3. Roll Call

 

ADMINISTRATION

 

1. Consider approving minutes of the June 16, 2020 Regular Mayor and Board of Aldermen meeting, as requested by Dawn Sanders, Deputy City Clerk. A-1.

2. Consider ratifying request from the Marsha Ann Soul Line Dancers for the use of and waiver of fees at the Davis Avenue Pavilion on Tuesdays from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to noon, this bringing favorable notice to the resources and opportunities of the City, as requested by Alderman Hall.

3. Consider approving request from Impact Our Youth for the use of Recreation parking lot on Fleitas Avenue, July 25, 2020 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. for 2nd annual Coast Back To School Drive, this bringing favorable notice to the opportunities and resources of the City, as requested by Bret Bentz, Recreation Director. A-3.

4. Consider approving request from the LAD Project for the use of and waiver of fees at Memorial Park, north end, on Saturday, August 1, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. for Back-to-School Prayer rally, this bringing favorable notice to the resources and opportunities of the City, as requested by Tammie Dedeaux-Gray, President. A-4.

5. Consider approving final pay application for payment in the sum of $42,515.00 to JLB Contractors, LLC for Firing Range Repairs, with all funds to be reimbursed to the City by a grant from the FBI, except for the sum of $750.00 for the payment of the premiums for the performance and payment bonds, as recommended by the City Attorney. (See Exh. All work has been inspected by the Police Chief, the City Building Official and the representative of the FBI, as requested by Malcolm Jones, City Attorney. A-5.

6. Consider rejecting all quotes for Debris removal in the Pass Christian Small Craft Harbor, as requested by Mayor McDermott.

7. Consider ratifying Shared Use Agreement for recreational facilities with the Pass Christian School District for a term beginning on July 1, 2020, and ending on June 30, 2023, as requested by Malcolm Jones, City Attorney. A-7.

8. Consider ratifying the Computer Aided Dispatch and Records System and Services Agreement between Pass Christian Police Department and Motorola with the understanding that the Board may ratify or cancel the agreement at the beginning of the new term of office on July 1, 2021. A-8.

9. Consider authorizing the purchase of liability insurance policy for the overflow parking lot at 305 E. Scenic Drive and proposed Dog Park at 525 St. Louis through Betz & Rosetti (Scottsdale Insurance) for the annual premium sum of $842.99. A-9.

10. Consider authorizing Quitclaim Deed to Kelly D. Denton for tax parcel 0213G-01-073.00 for 1988 taxes, plus accrued interest and costs, in the sum of $262.77, as requested by Malcolm Jones, City Attorney. A-10.

11. Consider adopting Resolution to correct termination date of Video Service Agreement with Bellsouth Communications, LLC d/b/a AT&T Mississippi to “December 31, 2022” Nunc Pro Tunc to April 15, 2014 and to acknowledge the rate of compensation under such agreement has increased to 5%, as recommended by the Malcolm Jones, City Attorney. A-11.

12. Consider accepting resignation from Danit Simon, City Planner effective August 14, 2020 and authorize advertisement for a City Planner, as requested by Marian Governor, City Clerk.

13. Consider discussing the use of City owned Public Safety boat for minor local rescue of tenant on vessels, as requested by Mayor McDermott.

14. Consider discussing and approving $ 3,250.00 in sponsorship donation to be used for the Jeepin the Coast event to be held on July 16, 2020, as requested by Alderwoman Charlot and Mary Catherine Scriber.

15. Consider discussing issuing a City Ordinance to require the wearing of masks in the City based on the rising numbers in Harrison County concerning COVID-19, as requested by Alderwoman Charlot.

16. Consider authorizing the continuation of Proclamation declaring a local emergency

concerning the COVID-19 Pandemic, as requested by Mayor McDermott. A-16.

17. Consider adopting Resolution setting Special Election for August 4, 2020, for the Approval or Disapproval of the Ordinance approving a non-exclusive franchise to Miss. Power Co. for a term of twenty-five years. A-17.

 

 

PLANNING DEPARTMENT

1. Consider the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve Warrant Application PD-30-2020, Britany & Daniel Ladner, 111 Ridgewood Drive, Parcel #0312M-02-106.000, Warrant request to access under house parking through the front façade with garage doors and screening, in the T3R Single-Family Residential Zone, as requested by Danit Simon, City Planner. PD-1.

2. Consider the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve Warrant Application PD-31-2020, Jeff Long as agent of David & April Lyn Scaffidi, 106 Cedarwood Point, Parcel #0212O-01-080.002, Warrant request to access under house parking through the front façade with garage doors and screening, in the T3R Single-Family Residential Zone, as requested by Danit Simon, City Planner. PD-2.

3. Consider holding a Public Hearing to review the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve Application PD-24-2020, Jody Evans, 312 & 316 Clark Avenue and 0 Market Street, Parcel #0313B-02-094.000, 0313B-02-095.000, 0313B-02-090.000, Re- Subdivision application to combine three parcels into one with a Variance to exceed the 180-foot lot width maximum, in the T5C Mixed-Use Zone, as requested by Danit Simon, City Planner. PD-3.

4. Consider closing Public Hearing.

5. Consider holding a Public Hearing to review the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve Application PD-25-2020, Jody Evans, 312 & 316 Clark Avenue and 0 Market Street, Parcel #0313B-02-094.000, 0313B-02-095.000, 0313B-02-090.000, Planning Commission Application for a 1,200 square foot pole barn to exceed an Outbuilding’s 750 square foot maximum size, in the T5C Mixed-Use Zone, as requested by Danit Simon, City Planner. PD-5.

6. Consider closing Public Hearing.

7. Consider holding a Public Hearing to review the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve Application PD-27-2020, Morton Davis, 0 North Street (at the northeast corner of Saucier Avenue, extending north to the bayou), Parcels #0312P-02-012.000, 0312P-02-011.000, 0312J-01-001.000, Planning Commission Approval for a Wholesale Sea Food Operation Use and all elements of the site plan in the T2 Rural Zone with the following conditions: (1) Upon the closing of sale for the two properties at 0 North Street (0312P-02-012.000, 0312P-02-011.000), and the finalizing/signing of the lease with the Harrison County Development Commission for a section of parcel #0312J-01-001.000 at the water’s edge. (2) The developer cannot obstruct the drainage channel in any way as part of the development. (3) Porta potties and trash bins must be screened from view from all streets. (4) The southern 100-feet of fencing will be a 6-foot high wood privacy fence with fence boards on both sides, not staggered. (5) The ONLY approved use is for a Wholesale Sea Food Operation. (6) The dock house by the water may be a maximum of 2,000 square feet, with 5-foot minimum setbacks in all directions. (7) The fenced in area on the North Street Parcels will be built as listed on the site plan, regarding size, setbacks, material, fencing, gates, etc. (8) Any additional development or change in Use requires returning to the Planning Commission with a complete application. (9) The development cannot obstruct the public boat launch, and the DMR Permit Application must be submitted to the City for comment. (10) All development at the project site and the issuing of City permits may only take place after the DMR permit has been issued. (11) The approval of the Wholesale Sea Food Operation Use and all elements of the site plan expires 18 months after the Mayor & Board of Aldermen approve the application (permit applications must be submitted by January 31, 2022), as requested by Danit Simon, City Planner. PD-7.

8. Consider closing Public Hearing.

9. Consider holding a Public Hearing to review the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve Application PD-23-2020, William S Wingfield, 915 E Scenic Drive, Parcel #0412O-02-015.000, Planning Commission Application for a Variance to park in the First and Second Layers, a Variance from the 60% Frontage Buildout at the street, and a Variance to exceed the 12-foot maximum side setbacks, in the T4+ Mixed-

Use Zone (for two buildings, each with offices on the first story and two residential units on the second story), as requested by Danit Simon, City Planner. PD-9.

10. Consider closing Public Hearing.

11. Consider holding a Public Hearing to review the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve Application PD-22-2020, William S Wingfield, 915 E Scenic Drive, Parcel #0412O-02-015.000, Re-Subdivision Application to divide one parcel into three lots. The proposed division creates a conforming twelve-acre parcel fronting Scenic Drive and extending to Second Street in the T3E Estate Zone; and two 20,000 square foot parcels at the corner of Second Street and Menge Avenue, with a Variance to exceed the 96-foot maximum lot width in the T4+ Mixed-Use Zone, as requested by Danit Simon, City Planner. PD-11.

12. Consider closing Public Hearing.

 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

1. Consider approving the disposal of the inventoried personal property and furnishings from the mobile home trailer of John Trepagnier at 703 E. North Street. He was initially giving 60 days to pick up the items and has been notified on numerous occasions that this action was pending, as requested by Tom Duffy, Code Enforcement Director.

 

 

HARBOR DEPARTMENT

 

1. Consider approving pay application for JLB Contractors, LLC, in the sum of $56,694.54 for Water Line Repair project in the East Small Craft Harbor to be paid from Tidelands Grant, as recommended by Harbormaster James Tiller. H-1.

2. Consider approving the installation of a covered boatlift in slip C-536 at the tenant’s expense. All construction will comply with harbor modifications guidelines and will be installed by Innovative Builders who will obtain DMR permits before installation. H-2.

3. Consider ratifying accepting Dakota Darty resignation as full time harbor patrol with an

effective date of June 29, 2020 and pay him for any comp-time and vacation pay per City policy that he may have accrued while employed, as recommended by Harbormaster James Tiller.

4. Consider approving revised job description for harbor patrol changing name to Harbor

Service worker, as requested by Harbormaster Tiller. H-4.

5. Consider approving advertising for two full time position for Harbor Service Workers, as recommended by Harbormaster James Tiller.

 

 

POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

1. Consider request to authorize advertising for Assistant Chief of Police position on City’s website through July 24, 2020, as requested by Police Chief Freeman.

2. Consider approving request for 2020 F150 VIN# 1FTEW1P48LKE43721 remain an unmarked vehicle for the Chief of Police, as requested by Police Chief Freeman.

3. Consider approving the Voice Master (Telephone) Service Agreement with Kloud7 for the Pass Christian Police Dept. for a term of 60 months subject to being ratified or cancelled by the successor administration that will take office on July 1, 2021, as requested by Police Chief Freeman. P-3.

4. Consider approving returning Sgt. Chris Williams to the 84-hour work week-shift. His temporary assignment has ended, as requested by Police Chief Freeman.

5. Consider authorizing purchase of the Revcord Recording System from Hurricane

electronics for the new dispatch center in the amount of $29, 190.70 and authorize

budget adjustment as follows: P-5.

Decrease 001200402 $15,000 Increase 001200919 $29,200

Decrease 001200520 $19,000 Increase 001200603 $ 4,800

 

 

 

RECREATION DEPARTMENT

1. Consider approving budget adjustment request to move $280.00 from line item 001-506-550 Baseball Supplies to line item 011-506-600 Contractual Services to pay umpires for the 2020 Softball season, as requested by Bret Bentz, Recreation Director.

 

WATER DEPARTMENT

 

1. Consider awarding quote for Bay View and Market Street well transfer switches, to Krol Electric Inc., the lowest and best quote, in the amount of $12,928.00, as recommended by WPSCO. W-1.

2. Consider awarding quote for labor on Bay View and Market Street for generator ramps, to TM Construction, the lowest and best quote, in the amount of $6,500.00, and authorize the City to purchase lumber ($5,226.45) from Phillips Building Supply and concrete per ramp ($1,220.00) from Bayou Concrete, as recommended by WPSCO. W-2.

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

1. Consider declaring the following item surplus and disposal. Items are broken and not

repairable and will be disposed of at the appropriate location, as requested by Russell Holliman, Public Works Director. CA-1.

– HP Tower 200GI MXL5041Y4L Tag #03539

– Acer Computer VERITON M PSVAL030060191081E2703 Tag #01276

– Sharp Printer/Copier AL 2080 73008775 Tag #00228

– Brother Printer/Copier DPC 7020 U6728315J195338 Tag #00238

– Refrigerator TBX165ASJLAD AL790276 Tag #00242

– 15 Gallon Spot Sprayer Tag #02344

– Signature Toaster/Oven WI4A7161 WIC809923 Tag #00024

 

2. Consider declaring the following item surplus and disposal. Items are broken and not

repairable and will be disposed of at the appropriate location, as requested by Fire Chief Gordon. CA-2.

§ Roper Dryer Station 1 Tag #03619

§ Roper Top Load Washer 3.5 CU FT. Tag #

 

3. Consider declaring the following item located at the Beautification Department as surplus. Items are broken and will be sent to the Long Beach Auction on August 29, 2020, as requested by Kirk Ladner, Beautification Director. CA-3.

§ 2011 Honda ATV TRX 500F-4 Wheeler Asset # 01186

§ 2009 Honda ATV TRX 500F-4Wheeler Asset # 01187

§ Scag Tiger Cub SMWC Riding Mower Asset #01854

 

4. Consider declaring the following equipment surplus and disposal. Items are broken and not repairable and will be disposed of at the appropriate site, as requested by Police Chief Freeman. CA-4.

§ Acer computer S/N PSVAL030006019106A92703 TAG#1217

§ Acer computer S/N PSVAL030006019119BE2703 TAG#1221

§ Acer computer S/N PSVAL030006019107752703 TAG#1219

§ Acer computer S/N PSVAL030006019108612703 TAG#1228

§ iPhone S/N F4GTN6BTHG6W TAG#2083

 

CLAIMS DOCKET

1. Consider approving Claims Docket in the amount of $301,011.77. CD-1.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

1. Consider going into Executive Session to discuss personnel matter in the Police Department, as requested by Police Chief Freeman.

 

 

 

 

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.