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CITY OF PASS CHRISTIAN

MEETING OF THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN

MARCH 17, 2020 6:00 P.M.

 

  1. Call to Order
  2. Prayer and Pledge
  1. Roll Call
  2. Bid Opening for East Small Craft Harbor Water Line Repairs

 

 

ADMINISTRATION

 

  1. Consider hearing from Mary Bourdin concerning Trinity Dog Park, as requested by Mayor McDermott.
  2. Consider approving minutes of the March 3, 2020 Regular Mayor and Board of Aldermen meeting, as requested by Dawn Sanders, Deputy City Clerk. A-2.
  3. Consider approving renewal of the VFIS Fire Department insurance in the amount of $27,857.00, as requested by Marian Governor, City Clerk. A-3.
  4. Consider adopting resolution required by the Harrison County Board of Supervisors from the City requesting the usage of the large County tent for the Blessing of the Fleet, May 3, 2020, as requested by Mayor McDermott. A-4.
  5. Consider authorizing the following request for Blessing of the Fleet (May 3, 2020), this bringing favorable notice to the resources and opportunities of the city, as requested by Mayor McDermott.
  • Permission to use City Entertainment Stage

 

  1. Consider awarding bid for West Small Craft Harbor Electrical System Improvements to Krol Electric of Gulfport, MS best and only, in the amount of $51,588.00, as requested by Bob Escher, City Engineer. A-6.
  2. Consider approving Change Order #2, Work Order #12 for Espy Avenue Pump Station Repairs to DNA Underground, LLC to adjust final quantities and contract time, with a decreased work order amount of $3,597.00 and a revised contract amount of $98,225.00, and amend the budget accordingly. The Project Engineer advises that this change order is necessary to the scope of work of the contract as originally bid; the project is not a new undertaking outside the original scope of work; the change of the work of the change order is reasonable and in line with the prices under the original contract; entering into the change order is commercially reasonable under  the circumstances; and this change order will not circumvent the public purchasing statutes, as requested by Bob Escher, City Engineer. A-7.
  3. Consider approving Change Order #3, Work Order #7 for Fire Hydrant Replacement to DNA Underground, LLC to adjust final quantities and contract time, with a decreased work order amount of $4,336.00 and a revised contract amount of $93,144.00, and amend the budget accordingly. The Project Engineer advises that this change order is necessary to the scope of work of the contract as originally bid; the project is not a new undertaking outside the original scope of work; the change of the work of the change order is reasonable and in line with the prices under the original contract; entering into the change order is commercially reasonable under  the circumstances; and this change order will not circumvent the public purchasing statutes, as requested by Bob Escher, City Engineer.  A-8.
  4. Consider discussing the catch basin replacement between the houses on Royal and King Circle, as requested by Alderman Hall. 
  5. Consider approving Concession Agreement with First Missionary Baptist Church for 2020 Softball Season, as requested by Bret Bentz, Recreation Director. A-10.

 

 

PLANNING DEPARTMENT

 

  1. Consider approving the rules governing the Dog Park and the request to waive all permit fees, this bringing favorable notice to the resources and opportunities of the City, at 125 Church Avenue, Parcel #0313G-05-010.000, as requested by Danit Simon, City Planner. PD-1.
  2. Consider the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve Warrant Application

                PD- 11-2020, McGuire Design & Construction, Inc., Lot #3 of 130 Fleitas Avenue, #0313A-

                02-012.000, Warrant Application for the dormer windows to have a 2.5:12 pitch, in the

T4+ Mixed-Use Zone, as requested by Danit Simon, City Planner.  PD-2.

  1. Consider the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve Application

                PD-12-2020, Cory Washburn as agent of Charles A Ramsey, 845 E Scenic Drive, Parcels

                #0413B-01-011.000 & 0412O-03-009.000, Planning Commission Application to connect

                three Outbuildings, in the T3E Estate and the T3R Single-Family Residential Zones,

                with the condition that the Protective Covenants are filed prior to the permit being

issued, as requested by Danit Simon, City Planner.  PD-3.

  1. Consider the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve Warrant Application PD-13-2020, P Gordon & Ann M Stewart, 132 Sweet Bay Drive, Parcel #0212P-01-027.000, Warrant request to exceed the 40% Maximum Lot Coverage for an addition and a swimming pool, in the T3R Single-Family Residential Zone, as requested by Danit Simon, City Planner. PD-4.
  2. Consider the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve Warrant Application PD-15-2020, Travis March as agent of 107 Willow LLC, 107 Willow Lane, Parcel #0312N-02-019.000, 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-5.
  3. Consider the City Planner’s recommendation to approve Re-Subdivision Application PD-16-2020, Patricia M Kelly, 122 & 0 Redbud Way, Tax Parcels #0212P-02-073.005 & 0212P-02-073.000.  Re-Subdivision Application to combine two lots, in the T3R Single-Family Residential Zone, as requested by Danit Simon, City Planner. PD-6.
  4. Consider approving the Pass Christian Tree Board’s recommendation to approve Kathleen Burns’ request to remove one Live Oak Tree at 0 Espy Avenue, Parcel # 0412P-03-019.001 in order to build a single-family house, as requested by Danit Simon, City Planner. PD-7.

 

BEAUTIFICATION DEPARTMENT

 

  1. Consider approving recommendation to hire Jonathan Jones for full-time Beautification Technician effective March 18, 2020 with a starting hourly rate of $9.50, as requested by Kirk Ladner, Beautification Director.  

 

 

 

 

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT

 

  1. Consider approving request to put certified FF’s Timothy Burchett and Gary Catalano on the part-time call out list with an hourly rate of $10.65 per hour effective March 18, 2020, as requested by Fire Chief Gordon.  
  2. Consider ratifying accepting FF Bradley Polk’s resignation as part time employee with the Pass Christian Fire Department effective March 6, 2020, as requested by Fire Chief Gordon.

 

HARBOR DEPARTMENT

 

  1. Consider ratifying request to evict the following customers from the Pass Christian Harbor for non-payment of boat slip rental in excess of 60 days past due on pleasure pier and 120 days past due on the commercial pier if they are not paid by March 10, 2020.

Accounts will be submitted to a collection agency if not paid in full after vessel has vacated the harbor, as requested by Harbormaster Tiller. 

  • Pleasure #00993 & 00877
  • Commercial #00130

 

 

POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

  1. Consider approving request to accept MOU between Public Safety Cadets and City of Pass Christian regarding Pass Christian Police Explorers program, as requested by Police Chief Freeman.  P-1.
  2. Consider approving request from Police Department to convert the following marked vehicle to an unmarked unit:
  • 2016 Dodge Charger (white) VIN: 2C3CDXAT0GH160623 Unit 165

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

  1. Consider approving request to send FF Jeremy McLeod to NASAR class at Meridian Public Safety Training Facility, March 31- April 2, 2020. The class is free, no per diem required and use of city vehicle, as requested by Fire Chief Gordon. CA-1.
  2. Consider approving request to send recruit Firefighters, Dean Toler and River Young to MSFA, April 7, 2020 for CPAT exam. Cost of class will be $40.00 each, no per-diem and use of city vehicle, as requested by Fire Chief Gordon. CA-2.
  3. Consider approving request to send Police Chief Daren Freeman to the annual MS Association of Chiefs of Police Summer Conference held June 16-19, 2020 in Biloxi, MS. Tuition is $325 and reimbursable from MSACP, as requested by Police Chief Freeman. CA-3.
  4. Consider approving request to send Sergeant Kyle Craig to the annual MS Association of Chiefs/FBI Command College held July 26-31, 2020 in Oxford, MS. Tuition is $350.00, lodging $495.00, and per diem $135.00, as requested by Police Chief Freeman. CA-4.
  5. Consider approving request to transfer $4,600.00 received from Mardi Gras Parking to Harbor Repairs & Maintenance (480-751-560), as requested by Harbormaster Tiller.
  6. Consider approving transfer of $57,000 from the Water Credit Card Clearing account to the Water Works Operating bank account, as requested by Marian Governor, City Clerk.
  7. Consider approving transfer of $17,000 from the City of Pass Christian Credit Card Clearing account to the City of Pass Christian Depository account, as requested by Marian Governor, City Clerk.
  8. Consider declaring the items listed below surplus. They will be taken to the Long Beach Auction and take off of the City inventory/asset list, as requested by Russell Holliman, Public Works Director.
  • Kubota MX5100 serial# 10876 No Tag#
  • Woods finishing mower 60″ serial# 1164001 No Tag #
  • Terrain King KRSM- 170302 60″ mower No Tag#
  • Terrain King 60″ mower serial# KRSM-1451106 Tag#1782
  • Generator Tag# 00744
  • Stihl chainsaw MS 192
  • Stihl 017 pole saw
  • 14 damaged barricades
  • Signs
  • Car Parts No Tag#

 

  1. Consider approving budget adjustment to transfer remaining balance from IT personnel services to IT contractual with no increase to budget, as requested by Marian Governor, City Clerk. CA-9.
  • 001-107-401 SALARY – DEPARTMENT HEAD                      -23,184.96
  • 001-107-460 STATE RETIREMENT                                         –  4,026.21
  • 001-107-470 FICA                                                                            –  1,785.66
  • 001-107-480 EMPLOYEE GROUP INSURANCE                  –  3,441.62
  • 001-107-481 CLINIC SERVICES                                                  –     225.00
  • 001-107-491 IT DEPT                                                                       –     675.00
  • 001-107-600 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             + 33,338.45

 

  1. Consider declaring the vehicle listed below as surplus and disposal and remove from City

inventory:  

                                      2006 21’ Key West Boat: 450-0003834, SN KWECB141J506

2011 Outboard Motor: 450-0005826, SN 1B0870200

2011 19’ Trailer:  450-0005749, SN 1S9BB1814B542215

 

  1. Consider declaring the vehicle listed below as surplus and disposal and remove from City inventory, as requested by Police Chief Freeman. CA-11.  
  • 2003 Ford Expedition VIN 1FMPU15L03LC14206
  1. Consider approving work order #16 in the amount of $28,319.00 to DNA Underground,

LLC for King and Royal Circle Drainage Improvement, as requested by Bob Escher, City Engineer.  CA-12.

 

  1. Consider approving payment of the following Overstreet & Associates invoices totaling

               $6,865.00, as recommended by Bob Escher, City Engineer.  CA-12.

  • Invoice 1363           $         3,495.00              City Engineering Services
  • Invoice 1364          $         1,725.00              Annual Unit Price Repair
  • Invoice 1365          $            00               FY2020 Tidelands        
  • Invoice 1366          $         1,120.00              Water Meter Replacement
  • Invoice 1367           $           00              FY2020 Tidelands

 

  1. Consider receiving monthly Budget Report for February 2020 from City Clerk, as

             requested by Marian Governor, City Clerk.  CA-14.

 

CLAIMS DOCKET

  1. Consider approving Claims Docket in the amount of $115,842.98.   CD-1.

 

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.