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DOC. 019-011

1601, 1605, 1609, 1613, 1613, 1617, & 1623 S. State Street (WARD 7) Agenda Type:Docket ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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2019-169

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AND INCIDENTAL TAKE AUTHORIZATION WITH THE STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES FOR A CONSERVATION PLAN FOR THE FRANKLIN'S GROUND SQUIRREL ALONG ARCHER ELEVATOR ROAD FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKSThis ordinance approves a Conservation Plan needed in order to complete construction of the Archer Elevator Road Object Amount Date: improvements between Wabash Avenue and Greenbriar Drive. The conservation plan delineates responsibilities in order to limit the impact to the Frankiln's ground squirrrel, which is currently listed as a threatened species by the State of Illinois. This agreement also authorizes Incidental Take Authorization (ITA)Agenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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DOC. 019-013

1905 & 1905 1/2 Elizabeth Street (Ward 4) (No description available)Agenda Type:Docket ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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2019-198

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING BIDS AND AUTHORIZING CONTRACT UW20-03-09- RIPRAP MATERIALS WITH ARTISAN STONE PRODUCTS, INCORPORATED IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $129,292.50 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIESThis is a standard ordinance for purchase of riprap materials. This ordinance accepts Contract UW20-03-09 in an amount not to exceed $129,292.50 with Artisan Stone Products, Incorporated ("Artisan Stone"), for the purchase of riprap materials for the Lake Springfield Shoreline Stabilization Program. Artisan Stone will provide 2" filter stone (250 tons), 12" stone riprap (4,200 tons) and 4"-5" gabion stone (375 tons). The 2" stone is used alone or in conjunction with filter fabric underneath stone riprap as a bedding and as a filter medium to stabilize shorelines of the lake. The 12" stone is used over a filtering medium to prevent damage to the shoreline from wave action. The gabion stone is also used to prevent damage to the shoreline from wave action. The last contract, UW18-03-03, was authorized by Ordinance No. 216-05-17 with Callender Construction Company, Inc. for an amount not to exceed $152,506.00. There were three (3) bidders on this contract, one local and two non-local. Artisan Stone is a local vendor.Agenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:CWLPAmendments:
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2019-199

.AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING BIDS AND AUTHORIZING CONTRACT UE20-03-04 - SERVICE BUCKET TRUCK WITH DRAKE-SCRUGGS EQUIPMENT INC. IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $87,773.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIESThis ordinance accepts Contract UE20-03-04 in an amount not to exceed $87,773.00, with Drake-Scruggs Equipment Inc. ("Drake-Scruggs"), for purchase of a Service Bucket Truck. This truck will be used by the Service Department of the Transmission and Distribution Division, Groth Street, for everyday operations. Drake-Scruggs will provide one truck cab and chassis with a 37 foot insulated boom, bucket and body for a cost of $102,773.00. This contract also includes a trade-in allowance of $15,000.00 for Truck No. 12. Truck No. 112 is a 2007 Chevrolet 5500 Versalift model, with 141,046 miles and is being traded in due to its costly repairs and its inability to efficiently perform the required needs. There were 3 bidders on this contract, 1 local and 2 non-local. Drake-Scruggs is a local bidder and the lowest bidder with the 5% Local Vendor Preference and trade-in allowance applied to the bids.Agenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:CWLPAmendments:
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2019-200

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING BIDS AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF CONTRACT UE20-03-05 - SUBSTATION CIRCUIT BREAKERS WITH GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $182,684.35 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIESThis ordinance accepts Contract UE20-03-05 in an amount not to exceed $182,684.35 with Graybar Electric Company, Inc. ("Graybar"), for the purchase and installation of 72.5KV circuit breakers at substations. Graybar will furnish five (5) 72.5 kV, 1200 amperes, 40 kA, 3 phase, SF6 power circuit breaker as per specs and the recommended accessories. These circuit breakers will be installed at Lake Park and Jerome Substations to replace the existing 62-year old circuit breakers. This will improve transmission system reliability and reduce maintenance cost. There were 4 bidders on this contract, none were local vendorsAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:CWLPAmendments:
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2019-201

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING BIDS AND AUTHORIZING CONTRACT UE20-03-11 - BUCKET TRUCK WITH DRAKE-SCRUGGS EQUIPMENT INC. IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $103,480.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIESThis ordinance accepts Contract UE20-03-11 in an amount not to exceed $1 03,480.00, with Drake-Scruggs Equipment Inc. ("Drake-Scruggs"), for purchase of a bucket truck. This truck will be used by the Service Department of the Traffic and Metering Division at Groth Street, for everyday operations. Drake-Scruggs will provide one truck cab and chassis with insulated boom, material handler and body for a cost of $120,480.00. This contract also includes a trade-in allowance of $17,000.00 for Truck No. 276. Truck No. 276 is a 2007 Chevrolet 5500 Versalift model, with 112,210 miles and is being traded in due to its costly repairs and its inability to efficiently perform the required needs. There were 2 bidders on this contract, 1 local and 1 non-local. Drake-Scruggs is a local bidder and the lowest bidderAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:CWLPAmendments:
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2019-202

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE REFURBISHMENT OF THE SOUTH TRAVELING WATER SCREEN FOR UNIT 31/32 FROM ATLAS-SSI, INC., IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $63,782.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIESThis is for refurbishment of the South Traveling Water Screen at Unit 31/32. This ordinance approves the proposal to transport the South Traveling Water Screen at Unit 31/32 to the OEM Atlas-SSI, Inc. ("Atlas-SSI") to be rebuilt and returned to Dallman ready for use. The cost of this work is $63,782.00 and is backed by an 18-month warranty. Currently, the South Traveling Water Screen is barely operational. With the screen unable to rotate, the load for Units 31 and 32 can be severely limited. CWLP personnel have been manually rotating the screen to free it of collected debris and to allow for flow to pass through the screen. Atlas;lSS is the OEM They are not a local vendorAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:CWLPAmendments:
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2019-203

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF RELAYS FOR VARIOUS SUBSTATIONS FROM SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES, INC. IN AN AMOUNT NOTTO EXCEED $73,236.25, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIESThis ordinance approves the purchase of bus differential and breaker failure relays and feeder protection relays at the Culver, Jerome, Old Jacksonville, and Dallman 69 Substations from Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc. ("SEL") in an amount not to exceed $73,236.25. The current relays are at end of life and beginning to fail. These relays provide system protection for power lines throughout the City. Failure of the protection systems can cause longer outages and significant cost due to damaged equipment. For five years, the Utility has awarded contracts to SEL (UE14-04-023, UE15-06-030, UE16-03-08, UE17-03-05, and UE18-063-04). Last year, Ordinance 241-06-18 authorized the purchase of distribution and bus relays for various substations from SEL in an amount not to exceed $116,000.00. The Utility has installed these relays at multiple locations and wants to keep the consistency throughout its distribution system. Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc. is not a local vendor.Agenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:CWLPAmendments:
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2019-204

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF REPLACEMENT RELAY KITS FOR VARIOUS SUBSTATIONS FROM GE GRID SOLUTIONS, LLC IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $101,344.25, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIESThis ordinance approves purchase of replacement relay kits for aging relays at the Eastdale, Grandview, Cornell, Jackson, Reynolds, Madison, Palomino, Amos, Westchester, Dallman 69 and Taintor Substations from GE Grid Solutions, LLC ("GE Grid") in an amount not to exceed $101,344.25. The current relays are at end of life and beginning to fail. These relays provide system protection for power lines throughout the City. Failure of the protection systems can cause longer outages and significant cost due to damaged equipment. Last year, Ordinance 242-06-18 authorized the purchase of replacement relay kits for Eastdale, Grandview, Cornell, Jackson, Reynolds, Madison, Palomino, Amos, Westchester, Dallman 69 and Taintor Substations from GE Grid in an amount not to exceed $153, 115.63. GE Grid Solutions, LLC is not a local vendor.Agenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:CWLPAmendments:
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2019-205

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT WITH AIRGAS USA, LLC IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,102,860.00 FOR THE PURCHASE OF HYDROGEN AND THE RENTAL OF LOW PRESSURE STORAGE TANKS FOR THE DALLMAN GENERATING STATION FOR A FIVE-YEAR TERM FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIESThis is a standard, recurring ordinance for the purchase of a supply of hydrogen and dock rental for Dallman. Dallman Power Plant Units No. 31, 32, 33 and 4 require hydrogen for turbine cooling during operation. Without hydrogen, the plant generators would have to be shut down. This ordinance authorizes the purchase and delivery of hydrogen and the rental of hydrogen storage systems from Airgas USA, LLC ("Airgas") under a five-year contract in an amount not to exceed $1, 102,860.00. The hydrogen will be purchased based upon the Commodity Price Index URBAN Index prices in effect on April 3, 2019, with a review of said prices at 6- month intervals. The ordinance and contract also provide for fixed monthly rental rates for the associated hydrogen storage systems. These rates are set at $605.00 per month for the hydrogen dock at Dallman 31, 32 & 33 and $726.00 per month for the Dallman Unit 4 hydrogen storage dock. Airgas is the sole source for this product. Historically, other vendors have been unable to provide a storage system for hydrogen and furthermore have been unwilling to supply this product due to liability concerns resulting from said vendors having to fill a vessel owned, hydrostatically tested and certified by another entity. Agenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:CWLPAmendments:
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2019-206

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING PAYMENT TO CONSTELLATION NEW ENERGY-GAS DIVISION, LLC IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $2,284,938.82 FOR THE PURCHASE OF NATURAL GAS THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2020 UNDER AN EXISTING CONTRACT, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIESThis is a standard, recurring ordinance for the purchase of natural gas. This ordinance approves payment in an amount not to exceed $2,284,938.82, to Constellation New Energy-Gas Division, LLC for the purchase of natural gas for the Interstate Combustion Turbine, Dallman Power Plant Unit No. 33 Scrubber, Dallman Power Plant Unit No. 4 Heating and Dallman lgniters through Fiscal Year 2020 under an existing Base Contract for Sale and Purchase of Natural Gas, as amended. This contract was approved under Ordinance No. 155-03-06 for gas supply to the Interstate Turbine-Generator, which requires natural gas for commercial operation. Ordinance No. 418-11-10 approved Amendment No. 2 to the Base Contract in order to provide for deliveries of natural gas to the Dallman Power Plant Unit No. 33 Scrubber, Dallman Power Plant Unit No. 4 Heating and Dallman lgniters. The City's Natural Gas ProLiance agreement remains in effect unless terminated by either party with 30 days written notice. Ordinance 215-07-15 changed the vendor name to Constellation New Energy-Gas Division, LLC due to a company merger. Since our usage of natural gas makes it extremely difficult to predict gas requirements, we buy on the daily spot market as needed. This fiscal year, we estimate our expenses will be $2,284,938.82. Last ordinance, 245-06-18, the Council authorized $2,245,228.80 fort purchase & delivery of the natural gasAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:CWLPAmendments:
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2019-207

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 50, SECTION 50.30 OF THE 1988 CITY OF SPRINGFIELD CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED, REGARDING ELECTRIC UTILITY, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIESThis ordinance amends City Code Chapter 50, Section 50.30 of the 1988 City of Springfield Code of Ordinances, as amended - regarding the Electric Utility Rate Schedules. This ordinance adds a provision for an Outdoor Sports Lighting Rate. Designation: Rate 49. The Outdoor Sports Lighting rate will provide a new rate structure to local outdoor sports lighting facilities and will eliminate existing demand charges for these customers. The rate is available to Outdoor Sports Lighting facilities within CWLP electric service territory, where 85% of the electrical load is used for outdoor sports lighting. Customers that choose the new rate are required to remain on the rate a minimum of twelve ( 12) consecutive months. Additional discounts are available to customers that elect to meter at the primary voltage and/or choose to incur risks of owning and operating required transformer(s).Agenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:CWLPAmendments:
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2019-208

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A THREE-YEAR CONTRACT WITH DINGES FIRE COMPANY FOR PURCHASE OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT CONSISTING OF PANTS AND COATS FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $270,000.00 FOR THE SPRINGFIELD FIRE DEPARTMENTTurnout Jacket $1350.00/ea Turnout Pants $900.00/pr Springfield d Fire Dept. expects to purchase 30 to 40 sets of PPE (turnout gear) for the next 3 yearsAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public SafetyAmendments:
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2019-210

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING ADDITIONAL EXPENSES IN THE AMOUNT OF $334,306.77 TO CROWN CASTLE GT COMPANY, LLC, FOR RELOCATION OF THE COMMUNICATIONS TOWER LOCATED ON REAL ESTATE PURCHASED BY THE CITY AT 1903-1905 S.10 1/2 STREET RELATING TO THE SPRINGFIELD RAIL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKSThis ordinance is for additional relocation expenses of business assets located at 1903 - 1905 South 10 1/2 Street. The relocation of said personal property is for public purposes, specifically associated with the Springfield Rail Impr vements Projects. The relocation costs are in compliance with the Federal Uniform Relocation ActAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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2019-211

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A TRANSFER OF APPROPRIATION AUTHORITY FROM THE GENERAL CITY INFRASTRUCTURE BUDGET LINE 1205 INTO A NEW GENERAL CITY BUDGET LINE 1407 TO ACCOMMODATE THE PURCHASE OF ROAD MATERIALS IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,115,000.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKSThis ordinance will authorize a transfer of appropriation authority from a 1200 contractual line to a 1400 commodity line within the Capital Expenditure Budget for the purchase of FY20 road maintenance materialsAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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2019-213

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING BIDS AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF CONTRACT NO. PW 20-03-03 WITH P.H. BROUGHTON & SONS, INC., TRUMAN L. FLATT & SONS CO., INC., GROUP MATERIALS, INC., VULCAN, INC. D/B/A VULCAN ALUMINUM AND OSBURN ASSOCIATES FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,078,967.50 FOR 2020 MAINTENANCE MATERIALSAluminum sign blanks, various sizes and shapesAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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2019-214

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AMENDMENT #2 TO AN AGREEMENT WITH THE STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO EXTEND THE DATE OF THE AGREEMENT THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2021, FOR THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF IMPROVEMENTS TO COCKRELL LANE SOUTH OF HOLLIS DRIVE, MFT SECTION 98-00399-00-BR, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS This ordinance authorizes an amendment to the agreement between the City and the State of Illinois for the design and construction of improvements to Cockrell Lane, south of Hollis Drive (Section 98-00399-00-BR). This amendment extends the agreement term to December 31, 2021. This amendment does not increase the financial component of this project. Four originals needed for IDOT processingAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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2019-215

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AMENDMENT #3 AND AFFIDAVIT TO AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH THE STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO EXTEND THE DATE OF COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT TO DECEMBER 31, 2021, FOR JOB NO. R-96-200-08, OBLIGATION NUMBER AL08215 AND MFT SECTION 95-00361-04-PV, REGARDING THE ELEVENTH STREET EXTENSION PROJECT FROM STEVENSON DRIVE TO LINCOLNSHIRE BOULEVARD, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKSThis ordinance authorizes an amendment to the agreement between the City and the State of Illinois for engineering and land acquisition services for the Eleventh Street extension between Stevenson Drive and Lincolnshire Boulevard (Section 95-00361-04-PV). This amendment extends the agreement term to December 31, 2021Agenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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2019-216

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION IN THE AMOUNT OF $500,000.00 FROM EXPECTED DEVELOPER REIMBURSEMENTS TO ACCOMMODATE ROAD AND MULTI-USE TRAIL IMPROVEMENTS FOR LENHART ROAD, BUNKER HILL ROAD AND ILES AVENUE FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKSThis ordinance will authorize a supplemental appropriation of $500,000 of expected developer reimbursements, for Lenhart Rd., Bunker Hill Rd. and lies Ave. road and multi-use trail improvementsAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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2019-219

AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING CERTAIN DESCRIBED PROPERTY LOCATED AT NO ADDRESS ASSIGNED FORMER ILLINOIS TERMINAL RAILROAD PROPERTY TO THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELDAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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2019-220

AN ORDINANCE VACATING A PORTION OF MILLER STREET BETWEEN 1ST STREET AND 2ND STREET IN SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, TO MEMORIAL HEALTH SYSTEMThis is to construct additional parking for Memorial Medical CenterAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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2019-221

AN ORDINANCE VACATING A PORTION OF UNION STREET BETWEEN 2ND STREET AND 3RD STREET IN SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, TO MEMORIAL HEALTH SYSTEMThis is to construct additional parking for Memorial Medical CenterAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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2019-222

AN ORDINANCE VACATING A PORTION OF UNION STREET BETWEEN 3RD STREET AND 4TH STREET IN SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, TO MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTERThis is to construct additional parking for the YMCAAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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2019-223

AN ORDINANCE REGARDING THE VARIANCE REQUEST OF SECTION 153.158(c) PERTAINING SIZE OF BLOCKS AT HSHS MEDICAL GROUP - KIARA MEDICAL PARK FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKSAn ordinance approving/denying the variance request for Section 153.158(c) for Block Length, to allow the greatest dimension of the enclosed block to be greater than 1,200 feet. The Land Subdivision Committee and Springfield/Sa gamon County Regional Planning Commission both recommend approval of the variance request. The subdivision is located on the west side Mathers Road, just west of Veterans ParkwayAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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2019-224

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE LOCATION AND SKETCH MAP OF HSHS MEDICAL GROUP - KIARA MEDICAL PARK SUBDIVISION FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKSAn ordinance approving the location and sketch map of HSHS Medical Group - Kiara Medical Park Subdivision for the Office of Public Works. The Land Subdivision Committee and Springfield/Sangamon County Regional Planning Commission both recommend approval of the location and sketch map. The subdivision is located on the west side of Mathers Road, just west of Veterans ParkwayAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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2019-225

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A TWO-YEAR EXTENSION OF A CONTRACT WITH, AND ADDITIONAL PAYMENT OF $160,000.00 TO, ASSURANCE AGENCY, LTD TO SERVE AS THE CITY'S HEALTH INSURANCE CONSULTANT FROM MARCH 1, 2020, THROUGH FEBRUARY 28, 2022, FOR THE OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCESThis ordinance extends the original agreement on the same terms and conditions with Assurance Agency, Ltd (City Healthcare Consultants) with pricing that is lower than the original agreement for a two year period. Extending the original agreement for the next two years will allow a continued relationship with a Healthcare Consultant who is familiar with the City and its Healthcare plans. During the next two years, the City will be pursuing an Rf P's for a Pharmacy Benefits Manager (PBM), a Health Third Party Administrator (TPA) and a Health Clinic (currently Leadwell). Assurance's experience and expertise will be valuable in evaluating the proposalsAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:FinanceAmendments:
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2019-226

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH TRUVERIS' TRUBID, INC. TO ASSIST IN THE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS AND SELECTION OF A PHARMACY BENEFIT MANAGER EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 2019, THROUGH FEBRUARY 28, 2025, IN THE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $120,100.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCESThis ordinance authorizes an agreement with Truveris Trubid, Inc., to assist iA preparing the Request for Proposal (RFP) and the selection of a Pharmacy Benefit Manager (PBM), offering monthly support and auditing for the City of Springfield's Prescription Drug program for the Office of Human Resources June 1, 2019 through February 28, 2025, in an amount not to exceed $120, 100. Approved by the Joint LaborManagement Healthcare Committee. Trubid is a state of the art, proprietary software platform that utilizes proprietary and confidential algorithms to ultilize a methodology of finding value from multiple bidders in a reverse auction format, further providing cost savings analysis through the platformAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:FinanceAmendments:
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2019-227

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING BIDS AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF CONTRACT CS20-03-01 WITH BLACK AND COMPANY, MASCO PACKAGING & INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY, INC., AND OFFICE ESSENTIALS FOR THE PURCHASE OF JANITORIAL SUPPLIES FROM AUGUST 1, 2019, THROUGH JULY 31, 2022, FOR THE OFFICE OF BUDGET & MANAGEMENT FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $200,000.00This contract provides Janitorial Supplies to all City departments. We are accepting the low bids meeting specifications for janitorial supplies at the unit prices quoted in quantiles estimated by various departments. This contract is awarded by sections with the following awards: Black and Company: Sections A and R; Masco Packaging & Industrial Supply, Inc: Sections B, C, D, E. F. G, H, I, K. L, M, N, O , P, Q, and S; and Office Essentials: Section J.Agenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:FinanceAmendments:
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2019-228

A RESOLUTION STATING THE CITY'S INTENT TO DESIGNATE A PORTION OF THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD AS A TAX INCREMENT FINANCING REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT AREA BY AMENDING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE FAR EAST TIF AND TO INDUCE DEVELOPMENT INTERESTS WITHIN SUCH AREA GENERALLY BOUNDED BY E. CLEAR LAKE AVENUE ON THE NORTH, SOUTH 11TH STREET ON THE WEST, E. PINE STREET ON THE SOUTH AND S. 19TH STREET ON THE EASTThe City desires to pursue a boundary amendment of the Far East tax increment financing redevelopment plan and redevelopment project for an area generally bounded by E. Clearlake Avenue on the north, South 11th Street on the west, E. Pine Street on the south, and 19th Street on the eastAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:FinanceAmendments:
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2019-229

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTERS 110 AND 131 OF THE 1988 CITY OF SPRINGFIELD CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED, PERTAINING TO TOBACCO AND PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 21This ordinance will amend Chapter 110, Section 110.329 and Chapter 131, Section 131.09 regarding tobacco and persons under the age of 21.Agenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:General City BusinessAmendments:
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2019-230

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 100 OF THE 1988 CITY OF SPRINGFIELD CODE OF ORDINANCES AS AMENDED, PERTAINING TO THE DEFINITION OF OPERATORIt is in the best interest of the City to amend the definition of "Operator" to better capture online companies like Airbnb which do not fit into the traditional definition of an OTC and any other models that might occur in the futureAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:General City BusinessAmendments:
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2019-233

AN ORDINANCE TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF CLASS "E" LIQUOR LICENSES BY ONE FOR MEKONG CAFE, INC. 2 FOR THE BUSINESS LOCATED AT 1308 S. 2ND STREET(No description available)Agenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:General City BusinessAmendments:
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2019-234

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF BEVERLY CHRISTIAN TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION, AS AMENDEDPURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES, CH 33, SEC 33.230, THIS ORDINANCE IS TO APPOINT BEVERLY CHRISTIAN, WHO RESIDES ON COLLEGE STREET, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. SHE WILL REPLACE VAL YAZELL. HER TERM WILL END 12-6-2020. Agenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:General City BusinessAmendments:
Agenda Item #2019-234: Amendment #1  strike out George Sisk trough May 1, 2023 and replace with Val Yazell through December 6, 2020   Passed
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2019-212

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING THE LOWEST RESPONSIBLE BID AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF CONTRACT PW 19-11-67 WITH PETERSBURG PLUMBING & EXCAVATING, LLC FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE THAMES RIVER ROAD SANITARY SEWER RELOCATION PROJECT FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $308,906.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKSAgenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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2019-209

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION IN THE AMOUNT OF $7,500.00 FOR THE SPRINGFIELD FIRE DEPARTMENT This ordinance is to supplementally appropriate unanticipated revenue from Country Financial’s "Operation Helping Heroes" donation program for reimbursement of purchases of combination smoke and carbon monoxide detectors for local residents Agenda Type:Agenda ItemDepartment:Public SafetyAmendments:
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DOC. 019-014

1116 West Jefferson Street WARD 8Agenda Type:Docket ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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DOC. 019-015

2371 Chuckwagon Drive WARD 10Agenda Type:Docket ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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DOC. 019-016

3001 Laxford Drive WARD 1 Agenda Type:Docket ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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DOC. 019-017

1720 N. 14th Street WARD 4Agenda Type:Docket ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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DOC. 019-018

1501 Groth Street WARD 3Agenda Type:Docket ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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DOC. 019-019

2005, 2007, 2011, & 2057 S. 11th Steet WARD 2Agenda Type:Docket ItemDepartment:Public WorksAmendments:
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