Minneapolis City Council Agenda

Regular Meeting
Friday, December 7, 2012
9:30 a.m. - Room 317 City Hall

NOTE: All cellular telephones and electronic devices to be switched to a non-audible function during Council and Committee meetings.

Present:  Council President Johnson, Vice President Lilligren, Majority Leader Schiff, Minority Leader Gordon, Council Members Reich, Hofstede, Samuels, Goodman, Glidden, Tuthill, Quincy, Colvin Roy and Hodges
(Majority vote of all members, 7; 2/3 vote of all members, 9)

1. Roll Call.

2. Adoption of the agenda.
Action Taken:  Adopted.

3. Acceptance of minutes of the regular meeting of November 16, 2012, the adjourned sessions of November 16, 2012 and November 28, 2012, and the Special Meeting of November 30, 2012.  
Action Taken:  Accepted.

4. Referral of petitions, communications, and reports of the City officers to proper committees and departments.
Action Taken:  Referred.

REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES

Committee of the Whole

COW agenda of 11/15/2012; 12/6/2012

1.  Federal Funding Priorities:
     a) Motion to find under Council Rule 4 that the regular Council cycle is not adequate, and to consider the action relating to this item of the Committee of the Whole from December 6, 2012.
     b) Passage of Resolution supporting shifting federal funding priorities from military operations to meeting the needs of local communities.
Action Taken:  Approved substitute resolution.


Community Development

CD agenda of 11/27/2012

1.  Augustana Chapel View Homes, Inc:
     Passage of Resolution giving preliminary & final approval to issue bonds to refinance existing debt & finance acquisition & improvements to various owned/managed properties (Refer to Mpls Community Development Agency Board of Commissioners).
     Early Signature by Mayor Requested
Action Taken:  Approved.

2.  Land Sale (2939 Morgan Ave N & 2930 Newton Ave N):
     Passage of Resolution authorizing sale of properties to Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity, Inc (9 votes).
Action Taken:  Approved.

3.  Land Sale (2939 Newton Ave N):
     Passage of Resolution authorizing sale of property to Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity, Inc (9 votes).
Action Taken:  Approved.

4.  Commons @ Penn Avenue (2201-21 Golden Valley Rd):
     Passage of Resolution giving preliminary approval to issue bonds for mixed-use housing project.
Action Taken:  Approved.

5.  City Place Lofts (730 Hennepin Ave):
     a)  Passage of Resolution rescinding Resolution No. 2011R-390 relating to bond issuance;
     b)  Rescind City Council actions:  6/17/2011 re approval of a loan of up to $945,000 in 2010 Supplemental Affordable Housing Trust Funds to City Place Developer LLC to assist with the development;   2/15/2011 re authorizing CPED to accept and appropriate a $212,600 Metropolitan Council Tax Base Revitalization Account grant and a $100,000 Hennepin County Environmental Response Fund grant; and  10/12/2010 re authorizing application to the Metropolitan Council’s Tax Base Revitalization Account Program and the Hennepin County Environmental Response Fund for environmental remediation and/or investigation assistance;
     c)  Passage of Resolution giving preliminary approval to issue bonds for apartment project;
     d)  Authorize necessary agreements with City Place Housing Limited Partnership.
Action Taken:  Approved.

6.  2013 Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits:
     Approve preliminary reserve of credits totaling $30,391 for The Lonoke project, 1936 3rd Ave S.
Action Taken:  Approved.

7.  Minneapolis Leased Housing Associates IV, Limited Partnership (re Pillsbury Lofts, 301 Main St):
     Passage of Resolution giving final approval to issue bonds for housing project; Approve Hennepin County Housing & Redevelopment Authority issuance of bonds.
Action Taken:  Approved.

Referred Reports to Ways & Means/Budget

8.  2012 Housing Revenue Entitlement Bond Carryforward: 
     Passage of Resolution authorizing carryforward of $49,405,645 of 2012 Tax-Exempt Multi-family Housing Entitlement Revenue Bonds.
Action Taken:  Approved.

9.  HOME Monitoring Consulting Services Agreement:
     Accept proposal from Affordable Housing Connections & authorize consulting agreement.
Action Taken:  Approved.

10.  Pillsbury A Mill Tunnel System Condition Study:
       Accept & appropriate $250,000 Minnesota Historical & Cultural Heritage Grant & $35,000 grant from Minnesota Historical Society for study & authorize agreements; Passage of Resolution appropriating funds (9 votes).
Action Taken:  Approved.

Elections

Elections agenda of 12/3/2012

1.  2013 Municipal Election:
     Approve candidate filing dates.
Action Taken:  Postponed.

Public Safety, Civil Rights & Health

PSCH agenda of 11/28/2012 and addendum

 1.  Walden University Internship Agreement:
      Authorize: a) agreement for students to serve internships in the Health Department for the period January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2017; b) entering into subsequent agreements with individual programs of Walden University related to specific internships during this five year period; and c) the Commissioner of Health to approve programmatic adjustments to agreements as needed.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 2.  Shared/Hosted 9-1-1 Call Handling System Application Solution:
      Passage of Resolution encouraging the preparation and distribution of a Request for Proposal for an application solution for selected Twin City Metropolitan Area Public Safety Answering Points.
Action Taken:  Approved.

Referred Reports to Ways & Means/Budget

 3.  MBFTE Training and Education Training Reimbursement:
      Accept Minnesota Board of Firefighter Training and Education redistribution funding under the Round 5 training reimbursement program in the amount of $42,840 and under the FY 2013 special revenue fund in the amount of $80,600 for training conducted between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013; and Passage of Resolution approving appropriation. (9 votes)
Action Taken:  Approved.

 4.  Firefighter Cadet Hiring List:
      Passage of Resolution approving $250,000 one-time appropriation to compensate for costs incurred in creating a new hiring list to replace the current six-year old list. (9 votes)
Action Taken:  Approved.

 5.  Animal Care and Control Donations:
      Passage of Resolution accepting in-kind donations of dog and cat food, toys and treats, blankets, and animal supplies from the following individuals and groups:  Bill Lyons, Nancy Driver, MACC Volunteers, Martha Kooiman, Donna Francis, and PETCO Highland Park.
Action Taken:  Approved.

Regulatory, Energy & Environment

RE&E agenda of 11/26/2012

 1.  Liquor Licenses:
      Passage of Resolution granting Licenses to the following businesses
      a) Doubletree Suites by Hilton Minneapolis, 1101 LaSalle Ave (New Proprietor)
      b) Naviya's Thai Brasserie, 2812 W 43rd St (New Business to include Sidewalk Cafe)
      c) Rincon 38, 3801 Grand Ave S (New Business).
Action Taken:  Approved.

 2.  Origami Uptown, 1352 Lagoon Ave:
      Passage of Resolution granting On-Sale Liquor Class E with Sunday Sales License, subject to conditions.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 3.  Skybird Taxi, 2501 2nd St N:
      Passage of Resolution approving License Settlement Conference recommendations relating to Taxi Service Company License.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 4.  Checker Cab, 2501 2nd St N:
      Passage of Resolution approving License Settlement Conference recommendations relating to Taxi Service Company License.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 5.  Liquor, Wine and Beer Licenses:
      Passage of Resolution granting license applications.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 6.  Business Licenses:
      Passage of Resolution granting license applications.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 7.  Gambling Licenses:
      Passage of Resolution granting license applications.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 8.  Rental Dwelling License at 2926 12th Ave S:
      Approve reinstatement of license to be held by Red Rooster Capital, LLC - Revis Stephenson.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 9.  Rental Dwelling License at 3205 23rd Ave S:
      Approve reinstatement of license to be held by Lung Thi Tran.
Action Taken:  Approved.

10. Rental Dwelling License at 2512 E 38th St:
      Revoke license held by Eric Bronson.
Action Taken:  Approved.

11. Rental Dwelling License at 3639 Colfax Ave N:
      Revoke license held by Century Land Group, LLC - Charles Miller.
Action Taken:  Approved.

Transportation & Public Works

T&PW agenda of 12/4/2012

 1.  Traffic Signal Retiming in South Minneapolis:
      Authorize amendment to termination date of Professional Service contract with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. for the retiming of traffic signals located in South Minneapolis from January 31, 2013 to May 31, 2014 to coincide with the installation of the new central traffic signal control system.
Action Taken:  Approved.
 
 2.  Traffic Signal Retiming in Central Business District:
      Authorize amendment to termination date of Professional Service contract with Alliant Engineering, Inc. for the retiming of traffic signals located in the Central Business District from December 31, 2012 to November 30, 2013 to coincide with the installation of the new central traffic signal control system.
Action Taken:  Approved.
 
 3.  Metropolitan Council Infiltration/Inflow Grant Application:
      Authorize application for grant funding and negotiation of a grant agreement with Metropolitan Council Environmental Services' Municipal Infiltration/Inflow Grant Program to fund CIPP (cured-in-place pipe) lining and repairs of existing sewers.
Action Taken:  Approved.
 
 4.  Cedar Lake Trail Phase III - Contract Amendment:
      Authorize increase to contract with Veit Company, Inc. by $6,877.35 to allow for the payment of additional work performed as part of the Cedar Lake Trail Project.
Action Taken:  Approved.
 
 5.  Sealcoating Materials - Contract Amendment:
      Authorize increase to contract with Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. by $6,500 to cover the cost of additional Class A aggregate needed to complete 2012 sealcoating activities.
Action Taken:  Approved.
 
 6.  Southwest Corridor LRT DEIS Comments:
      Approve comments relating to the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Southwest Corridor LRT Project, and direct the submittal of said comments to Hennepin County.
Action Taken:  Approved.
 
Referred Reports to Ways & Means/Budget
 
 7.  DOT Technician Recertification Training Contract:
      Authorize negotiation and execution of a one-year contract with Hennepin Technical College, in a not-to-exceed amount of $5,000, to provide Department of Transportation Technician Recertification Training for Public Works technicians.
Action Taken:  Approved.
 
 8.  Fridley Water Softening Plant:
      Authorize negotiation and execution of a professional service agreement with Miller Dunwiddie Architecture, for an amount not to exceed $75,000, for architectural and engineering services required to complete a Facility Improvement Assessment for the Administrative Offices at the Fridley Water Softening to bring the facility to current standards.
Action Taken:  Approved.
 
 9.  Pacific Avenue Solid Waste & Recycling Facility:
      Authorize negotiation and execution of a professional services agreement with Kodet Architectural Group, Ltd., for an amount not-to-exceed $75,000, for architectural and engineering services required to complete a Facility Improvement Assessment for the Solid Waste and Recycling Facility located at 2710 Pacific Ave in order to bring the facility to current standards.
Action Taken:  Approved.
 
10. Traffic Signal Retiming in North, Northeast, and Southeast Minneapolis:
      a) Authorize execution of a contract with Short Elliott Hendrickson, Inc. in the amount of $554,080, to retime traffic signals located in North, Northeast, and Southeast Minneapolis; and
      b) Passage of Resolution authorizing execution of an agreement with the State prescribing the terms and conditions of federal aid participation and appointing the Commissioner of Transportation as agent of the City to accept federal funds for the project.
Action Taken:  Approved.
 
11. TACTICS Central Traffic Signal Control System Software:
      Authorize execution of a three-year contract, not to exceed $56,000, with Brown Traffic Products, Inc. for support and maintenance of the TACTICS Traffic Signal Control System software.
Action Taken:  Approved.
 
12. Glenwood Ave Bike Lane Project:
      a) Authorize execution of an agreement with Mn/DOT for the Glenwood Ave Bike Lane Project;
      b) Passage of Resolution increasing the appropriation and revenue source for the project by $120,000; and
      c) Passage of Resolution appointing the Commissioner of Transportation as the City's agent in accepting the funds. (9 votes)
Action Taken:  Approved.
 
13. Nicollet Hotel Block:
      Authorize appropriate City officers to execute a Grant Agreement awarding $3,420,573.54 to the Metropolitan Council for the purchase of the Gateway Facility and an Assignment and Assumption Agreement transferring all federal property interests currently in the Nicollet Hotel Block to the Metropolitan Council Gateway Facility.
Action Taken:  Approved.
 
14. Partnership for a Healthier America Award:
      T&PW - a) Accept grant funds in the amount of $50,000 from Partnership for a Healthier America;
      b) Passage of Resolution declaring the City of Minneapolis a co-sponsor of four Open Streets events in 2013 and committing in-kind services, up to $50,000, to support 2013 Open Streets activities;
      c) Authorize negotiation and execution of an appropriate agreement as needed with Partnership for a Healthier America; and
      d) Authorize negotiation and execution of an agreement as needed with a contractor to provide event management services.
      Staff directed to develop a policy regarding the City’s commitment of in-kind resources for permitted Large Block Events, Parades, and Races and report back to the T&PW Committee no later than February 2013 with recommendations.
      W&M/BudgetSent forward without recommendation.
Action Taken:  Approved T&PW recommendation.
 
15. Bids:
      a) OP 7703, Accept low bid of New Look Contracting, Inc. for hauling and disposal of fill and asphalt millings for the Transportation Division;
      b) OP 7706, Accept low bid of National Power Rodding Corporation for the Storm Drain Inspection Program for the Surface Water and Sewers Division;
      c) OP 7710, Accept low bids of Custom Products and Services for snow clearing and ice control for the Central Ave, Dinkytown, Lyndale-Lake, Nicollet Ave, Stadium Village, and Uptown Special Service Districts;
      d) OP 7711, Accept single bid of Minnesota Supply Company to furnish and deliver an electric forklift to the Solid Waste and Recycling Division;
      e) OP 7712, Accept low bid of Veit and Company, Inc. for the construction of the Blue Water Partnership Pond Dredging Project;
          Early Signature by Mayor Requested
      f) OP 7714, Accept single bid of Checkpoint Welding and Fabrication, Inc. for welding and fabrication services; and
      g) OP 7720, Accept low bid of Concrete Idea, Inc. to complete the construction of sidewalks, curbs and gutters, alleys and drive approaches in 2013 for the Paving Division.
Action Taken:  Approved.

Ways & Means/Budget

W&M/Budget agenda of 12/3/2012

 1.  Legal Settlement:
      Passage of Resolution authorizing settlement of: a) Jennifer and James Serakos vs. City of Minneapolis (25,000); and b) Eller, Carl v. City of Minneapolis (2,000).
Action Taken:  Approved.

 2.   Travel Expenses Gift Acceptances:
       Passage of Resolutions accepting the following donations of travel expenses for Susan Segal, City Attorney from:
       a) the Women's Foundation of Minnesota for travel to Washington, DC, as part of a delegation attending the Shared Hope International Conference; and 
       b) the Association for Prosecuting Attorneys, funded through the U.S. Department of Justice and their National Training and Technical Assistance Center, for travel, lodging and meals to attend a Community Prosecution Multi-Site evaluation in Chicago, IL.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 3.  Utility Billing Insert-January 2013:
      Approve insert providing information about the services people receive for their utility bill, encouraging sign up for electronic bills, and listing the ways to pay utility bills.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 4.  Bid:
      OP #7717, accept single bid of Ace Janitorial Supply Company, Inc., in the amount of $72,200 to furnish and deliver an escalator cleaning machine for the Convention Center.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 5.  Ungerboeck Systems Inc. Contract Amendment:
      Authorize amendments to Contract C99-13987 for Web Hosting and module changes for Event Business Management System to: a) extend to December 31, 2015, with the option of two one year extensions; b) include web-hosting services, new modules and implementation services and remove unused modules; and c) increase the amount by $144,020.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 6.  Minnesota Deferred Compensation Plan Roth Contribution Option:
      Passage of Resolution amending Resolution 2012R-279, Eliminating the ING and ICMA Deferred Compensation Plan options, transferring the assets of the participants' ING and ICMA accounts to the Minnesota Deferred Compensation Plan and offering only the Minnesota Deferred Compensation Plan, to authorize a Roth option, permitting an employee to designate some or all MNDCP contributions as a Designated Roth Contribution.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 7.  Minneflex Plan and HRA Plan Amendments:
      Authorize amendments to the City of Minneapolis Minneflex Plan and the City of Minneapolis Health Reimbursement Arrangement Plan to comply with federal health care reform legislation and to make certain clarifying changes.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 8.  SwiftReach Networks Contract Extension:
      Authorize extension of contract C-25455 with SwiftReach Networks, Inc. by 16 months, through June 30, 2014, for high speed community notification services.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 9.  Deccan International Contract:
      Authorize three-year contract, with two one-year options to extend, to provide support for the LiveMUM (Move-up Module) application for the City's Computer Aided Dispatch system, with a contract amount not to exceed $95,000 for the initial three-year period.
Action Taken:  Approved.

10. Cassidian Communications, Inc. Contract Amendment:
      Authorize amendments to contract C-22985 for the 911 telephone system to:
      a) extend the term by three years, through February 9, 2016;
      b) increase the amount by $400,000, for a new contract total of $2,525,150; and
      c) include two one-year options to extend the contract.
Action Taken:  Approved.

11. CLIC Reappointments:
      Approve Council re-appointments to CLIC and receive and file Mayoral re-appointments, all for terms to run January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2014.
Action Taken:  Approved.

12. New Appointed Classification - Police Commander:
      Approve proposed appointed classification of positions allocated to grade 14, 655 points; and Passage of Salary Ordinance approving annual salary, effective November 26, 2012.
Action Taken:  Approved.

13. IBM Intelligent Operations Platform Contract:
      Authorize execution of three-year contract with IBM for Intelligent Operations Platform (IOP) software and implementation services, in an amount not to exceed $2,871,640.
Action Taken:  Approved.

14. Application Fee for Firefighter Class:
      Authorize collection of an application fee for Firefighter Cadet when Human Resources begins accepting applications in late January 2013, and approve differentiated fee structure of $20 from City of Minneapolis residents or veterans, and $40 for all other applicants.
Action Taken:  Approved.

Zoning & Planning

Z&P agenda of 12/4/2012

 1.  City of Minneapolis, Block bounded by 4th St N, 6th St N, Lowry Ave N, and 31st Ave N:
      Passage of Resolution vacating part of the L-shaped public alley to incorporate the alley into a larger redevelopment of the site, subject to the retention of an easement for Xcel Energy over the entire described area to be vacated.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 2.  The Station on 4th, 2635 4th St SE:
      Passage of Ordinance amending the Zoning Code to rezone the property at 2635 4th St SE from the I1 Light Industrial District with the ILOD Industrial Living Overlay District to the R6 Multiple-family Residence District, retaining the UA University Area and PO Pedestrian Oriented Overlay Districts, to allow for a planned unit development with 194 dwelling units.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 3.  Film, Video and Audio Production Uses:
      Passage of Ordinance amending Title 20, Chapter 536 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances correcting language adopted September 21, 2012 to reflect the Planning Commission's recommendations regarding establishing an exception to the minimum window requirement for film, video and audio production uses.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 4.  Minneapolis Public Schools, 1310 21st Ave N, 1311 22nd Ave N, 1313 22nd Ave N, 1315 22nd Ave N, 2105 Girard Ave N, 2115 1/2 Girard Ave N, 2121 Girard Ave N, 2125 Girard Ave N, 2131 Girard Ave N, 2135 Girard Ave N, and 2137 Girard Ave N:
      Deny appeal from the decision of the Planning Commission which denied all land use applications associated with a new 150 space surface parking lot.
Action Taken:  Approved.

 5.  Auto Repair Roof Sign, 331 Ulysses St NE:
      a) Grant appeal from the decision of the Planning Commission which denied an application for a Certificate of Nonconforming Use for a roof sign and an amendment to an existing Conditional Use Permit for major automobile repair to remove a condition relating to the removal of the roof sign for the property in the I1 Light Industrial District.
      b) City Attorney's Office directed to draft findings of fact in support of the Committee's decision.
      Link: Auto Repair Roof Sign Findings
Action Taken:  Approved, including Findings.

 6.  Mill and Main Phase II, 413 and 425 Main St SE (St. Anthony Falls Historic District):
      Grant appeal filed from the decision of the Heritage Preservation Commission relating to a condition placed on the approval of the Certificate of Appropriateness to allow a new 190-unit apartment building.
Action Taken:  Approved.

Report from the Audit Committee - None

Motions

 1.  City Payroll:
      Motion by Hodges that regular payrolls of City employees under Council jurisdiction for the month of January, 2013, be approved and ordered paid.
Action Taken:  Approved.

Resolutions - None

Unfinished Business

 1.  Consideration of Veto by the Mayor:
      Legal Settlement:  Passage of Resolution authorizing settlement of the following: Riley B. Housley, III v. City of Minneapolis ($63,000).
       Link:  Mayor's Letter of Veto to Council President & Members
Action Taken:  Veto sustained.

New Business

 1.   Notice of Intent:
       Johnson gives notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 12, Chapter 244 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Housing:  Maintenance Code (amending provisions regulating the operation of rental property).

 2.   Notice of Intent:
       Gordon gives notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 9, Chapter 178 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Fire and Police Protection: Recreational Fires (amending rules regulating recreational fires).

 3.  Notice of Intent:
      Hodges gives notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council an ordinance establishing Title 421.10 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Calhoun Place Housing Improvement Area (within which housing improvements are to be made and financed in part from fees imposed within the area).

 4.  Notice of Intent:
      Gordon gives notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of the following ordinances amending Title 20 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Zoning Code (broadening the zoning districts in which blood/plasma collection facilities may be located):
      a) Chapter 520 relating to Introductory Provisions;
      b) Chapter 536 relating to Specific Development Standards
      c) Chapter 541 relating to Off-Street Parking and Loading;  
      d) Chapter 547 relating to Office Residence Districts
      e)  Chapter 548 relating to Commercial Districts
      f) Chapter 549 relating to Downtown Districts; and 
      g) Chapter 550 relating to Industrial Districts.

 5.  Notice of Intent:
      Samuels gives notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of the following ordinances amending Title 4 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Animals and Fowl (amending provisions relating to dangerous and potentially dangerous animals and amending provisions related to conducting midterm exam of animal):
      a) Chapter 64 relating to Dogs, Cats, Ferrets, and Rabbits; and
      b) Chapter 66 relating to Rabies Control. 

Announcements

 

Adjournment

 1.  The Minneapolis Community Development Agency (MCDA) Board of Commissioners will meet upon adjournment of the City Council Meeting.
 

 2.  The City Council Meeting will adjourn to Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at 6:05 p.m. for the purpose of holding a public hearing and adoption of the 2013 Budget.

 

Notice: A portion of this meeting may be closed to the public pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Section 13D.03 or 13D.05.

Adjourned City Council Meeting:  Wednesday, December 12, 2012 re adoption of 2013 Budget
Next Regular City Council Meeting:  Friday, December 14, 2012

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