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There was only one qualified bid, from J and C Home Specialties Co. CarpetsPlus Color Tile of Fort Morgan, for $30,184, which was slightly more than the $30,000 budgeted in 2011.
Community Services Director Patti Evans will present on bids for replacement of the flooring in the Fort Morgan Senior Center.
Wells and McAlister will present on implementation of the Tyler software.
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City Engineer Brad Curtis will present on bids for a sewer jet truck.
Noah Carter and Timothy Nye will be sworn in as officers of the Fort Morgan Police Department. at City Hall in the upstairs conference room.
Also up for discussion and related to the 2012 budget are funding that could carry over from 2011 to next year and a proposed economic development incentive policy, which could affect revenues or expenses for 2012.
The gas and electric rate changes would be retroactive to Nov. 1 and would significantly lower rates to pay down reserves that were built up during years of no adjustments. The rate decreases would end once the reserves had been sufficiently lowered.
While money for the jet truck is in the 2012 budget, if the city were to place a lease/purchase order for the truck still in 2011, then $20,000 to $30,000 could be saved, according to a city memo.
Acting City Manager Jeff Wells will present a proposal for a water and sewer rates study.
And Fort Morgan Mayor Terry McAlister will swear in two new Fort Morgan police officers at the start of Tuesday night's meeting.
Director Michael Boyer will lead a presentation to the council by health insurance broker HUB International.
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The bid request was to determine unit prices. Two companies, submitted bids: Big R Bridge and Contech Construction. The latter company's bid had the lower prices and staff recommended approving Contech Construction as the parts supplier.
These hearings each likely will be followed by action by the council, which could mean the retroactive approval of the rate and tariff changes and adoption of the budget ordinance on second reading.
loss prevention and volunteered at the Weld County Sheriff's Office.
The council will consider sending a letter from the council to Gov. John Hickenlooper asking the governor to support the Northern Integrated Supply Project.
Several other items are also on the agenda for Tuesday night's council meeting. Council could take action on any of these items.
Nye and Carter will fill positions that had been vacant, according to a memo from Police Chief Keith Kuretich.
A similar sinkhole in 2009 gave city workers institutional knowledge of what might be involved in this repair, but further investigation will be required before quantities of materials could be determined.
The council had approved the first reading of the 2012 city budget ordinance on Nov. 1. That ordinance also would set the mill levy for the city at 13.2 mills.
Curtis will also present on bids for storm pipe materials to repair a storm pipeline leading from West Street to the augmentation ponds, which caused a "large sinkhole" to develop, according to a city memo.
The council will hear presentations on a number of requests for bids on projects and purchases from city workers. Action may be taken by the council by any of these items.
Carter is a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado and the Weld County Law Enforcement Training Academy. He had previously worked in Adidas F50 Adizero Leather
Amendments to the budget also likely will be considered at Tuesday night's meeting. These could include an increase in direct funding to the Fort Morgan Humane Society that was approved by the council at the Nov. 1 meeting, as well as possible seed money for historic preservation faade grants, about which Councilwoman Lyn Deal will present to the council Tuesday night.
Three companies placed bids: Williams Equipment of Henderson, Neverest Equipment of Wheat Ridge and MacDonald Equipment Co. of Commerce City. Williams' bid which was the only one that met specifications and was what staff recommended to council was for $303,514, with a trade in allowance of $38,000, for a net bid of $265,514. With 3.91 percent interest, the total cost would be $291,870.30 over five years. The first anticipated payment would be $58,374.06 due in March 2012, and similar payments each year until 2016.
Community Development Director David Callahan will present on progress toward the city's proposed adoption of the 2009 International Code Council standardized codes.
Each of the public hearings will include a chance for local residents to comment, as well as allowing council members to speak.
changes would also affect how rates are figured, based on recommendations to the council from Mike McFadden, whose company did Adidas Ace 16.3 Silver a utility rate study for the city. The new rate structure would be more stable year round, even with shifting seasonal commodity prices, McFadden told the council in early October.
Nye is a graduate of Metropolitan State College of Denver and the Community College of Aurora Police Academy. He also serves in the Colorado Air National Guard and had worked in maintenance of corporate aircraft.
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