April 18, 2017 > Newark City Council
Newark City Council
April 13, 2017
Presentations and Proclamations:
¥ Recognize the contributions of Farmers and Farmerettes Square Dance Club. Receive three checks of $1,200 each from Don Baker and members of the club for K-9, Meals on Wheels and Graffiti Abatement.
¥ Accept bid proposal and award contract in the amount of $167,676 to New Image Landscape Company for park and landscape maintenance services.
¥ Approve FY 2016-17 and 2017-18 planned expenditures for Used Oil Payment Program.
¥ Authorize purchase of four 2017 Ford SUV Utility Interceptors as replacement patrol vehicles at a cost of $164,000 for all four vehicles. Outfitting for police use at an additional cost estimated not-to-exceed $78,000.
¥ Renew contract with SWA Services Group for janitorial services to City buildings.
¥ Accept bid and award contract for base bid to G. Bortolotto & Company, Inc. for park pathways resurfacing in the amount of $299,299.39.
¥ Authorize agreement with Aquatic Design Group for Silliman Aquatic Center consulting services for projects including re-plastering pools and possible replacement of Activity Pool Play Structure. An additive to the proposal includes alternative and contingency for mechanical engineering analysis of heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems. Total cost is $104,075.
Removed from Consent:
¥ Accept contract with Mike Davis Landscape Services for park and landscape maintenance services. Councilmember Hannon commented about timely notification if contracts are not renewed.
¥ Authorize purchase of two 2017 Ford F-350 Front Cab/Chassis as replacement dump trucks through intergovernmental procurement process. Councilmember Hannon asked if local dealers could be notified to participate in bid process.
¥ Confirm compliance with Surplus Land Act to authorize filing an application for funding assigned to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for the Thornton Avenue Overlay Project between Interstate 880 and Olive Street in the amount of $591,700.
¥ Authorize program submittal for Measure B and Measure BB funds for paratransit services. The Alameda County Transportation Commission (ACTC) estimates that the City of Newark will receive approximately $196,000 in Measure B sales tax revenue and $120,000 in Measure BB sales tax revenue for FY 2017-18. The City will also use this funding to subsidize Life ElderCare Meals on Wheels at $7,000. Mayor Nagy praised Councilmember Freitas for his efforts on ACTC.
City Council Matters:
¥ Close meeting in honor of Dennis Leonesio who passed away recently. In the past, Dennis was a firefighter, Fire Chief and Assistant City Manager.
¥ Honor Marci Manuel, Dispatcher of the Year.
¥ Recognize the efforts of staff and RAVEN for work during recent storms to clear streets and direct traffic.
¥ Congratulate the mayor on State of the City address.
¥ Recognize police department for good work during recent homicide investigation.
¥ Day at the Park a big success.
¥ A wide range of programs available at the library including hosting of young authors.
Mayor Alan Nagy Aye
Vice Mayor Mike Bucci Aye
Luis Freitas Aye
Sucy Collazo Aye
Michael Hannon Aye