Council to review sewer project change


Democrat Staff



Democrat Staff

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With only a few months left until the deadline from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources to complete the city’s sewer project, the Sedalia City Council will review a change to the wastewater improvement portion during tonight’s meeting.

Council will review Change Order No. 1 from Sterling Excavation & Erection LLC for $243,502.50 for the Sedalia Wastewater Improvements North Relief Sewer Project.

According to information in the meeting packet, $225,000 of the change order is due to the condition of the sewer main located under the railroad. The rest of the change order will be used for the addition of a manhole and several service reconnections.

This extends the completion date from March 1 to March 30. Funds come from the sewer project’s $30 million budget.

Today’s meeting will begin with a public hearing for the Galaxy West Community Improvement District. Beginning at 7 p.m., time will be allowed for any public comments regarding the establishment of the proposed district, which is located behind the Galaxy Theater near U.S. Highway 50 and West Main Street and in front of the EconoLodge near Highway 50 and Winchester Road.

According to the meeting agenda, the public hearing is the first of two steps to establish the proposed district. If no objections are presented, the council will proceed with the establishment of the district at a future meeting.

Council will hear a presentation from Finance Director Kelvin Shaw and City Administrator Gary Edwards during the pre-council meeting regarding the Calendar Year 2015 operational and Fiscal Year 2017 budget preview.

During the meeting council will also:

• Review an ordinance approving an agreement with Pictometry International Corporation for the updating of aerial imagery associated with the city’s GIS project. The total cost to the city is $273,750, which includes three separate updates beginning in 2017 and continues to 2019 and 2021.

• Review a resolution approving and accepting a third addendum to the lease and operations agreement with Sierra Bullets. According to the meeting packet, the agreement is for the lease and operation of the company’s pre-treatment facility. The agreement began in 1990 and expires next month. Sierra Bullets is requesting minor administrative language changes in the proposed renewal agreement and city staff recommends approval.

• Review the purchase of four firewall licenses for the Municipal Building, Sedalia Regional Airport and Streets/Water Pollution Control departments from Rhinoville IT in Riverside for $20,888. According to the meeting packet, the current licenses are expiring and are budgeted to be replaced this year.

• Review a quote for security information and event management from AlienVault in San Mateo, California, for $5,436 for licensing and maintenance for two years.

• Review the purchase of phone service for IP-flexible reach, network-on-demand and related services for the city from AT&T for $6,014.55 per month.

• Review an ordinance approving and accepting a master services agreement with JMA Information Technology Inc. relating to the purchase of hardware and professional services for the city’s phone system.

• Review a records destruction request from the Finance Department.

• Review a records destruction request from the Personnel Department.

The Sedalia City Council pre-meeting will begin at 6 p.m. in the mayor’s conference room with the regular meeting immediately following at 7 p.m. in council chambers at the Municipal Building, 200 S. Osage Ave. For more information, call 827-3000.

Sedalia Democrat
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