Minneapolis City Council Agenda
 
June 13, 2014 – 9:30 a.m.
Room 317, City Hall
 
Members: Council President Barbara Johnson, Vice President Elizabeth Glidden, Majority Leader John Quincy, Minority Leader Cam Gordon, Council Members Kevin Reich, Jacob Frey, Blong Yang, Abdi Warsame, Lisa Goodman, Alondra Cano, Lisa Bender, Andrew Johnson, and Linea Palmisano
 
(Majority vote of all members, 7; 2/3 vote of all members, 9; quorum 7)
 
Council Committee Coordinator: Lisa Hansen 612-673-3963
 
Presentation
Conservation Minnesota and Minnesota Citizens for the Arts will present the City Council with a Legacy Destination City Award to recognize the City's effective use of Legacy funding.
 
1.   Roll Call.
2.   Adoption of the agenda.
      Action Taken: Adopted.
3.   Acceptance of minutes of the regular meeting and the adjourned session held May 23, 2014.
      Action Taken: Accepted.
4.   Referral of petitions and communications and reports of the City officers to proper Committees and departments.
      Action Taken: Referred.
 
Committee of the Whole
COW agenda of 6/11/2014
1.   Performance Measurement System:
Passage of Resolution declaring the City of Minneapolis’ commitment to:
a)   Using and reporting out to the public the 10 city performance measures created by the State of Minnesota Council on Local Results and Innovation;
b)   Continued usage of a performance measurement system;
c)   Continued surveying of our residents on key services as defined by the State of Minnesota Council on Local Results and Innovation.
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.   2014 Polling Place Amendment:
a)   Passage of Resolution amending Resolution 2014R-183 that previously approved a list of polling places for the 2014 Gubernatorial Election, Ward 2, Precinct 5, from Pratt Community School (66 Malcolm Ave SE) to Prospect Park United Methodist Church (22 Orlin Ave SE).
b)   Directing the City Clerk to provide notice to all households within Ward 2, Precinct 5, having at least one registered voter, of the change in the designated polling place.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Community Development & Regulatory Services
CD&RS agenda of 6/3/2014
1.   Land Sale (52 18th Ave NE):
Passage of Resolution authorizing sale of property to Tony Sorenson for $15,300, subject to conditions. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.   Sidewalk Sales Ordinance:
Passage of Ordinance amending Title 17, Chapter 427 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Sidewalks: In General, allowing retailers to display and sell merchandise on a limited portion of the sidewalk directly in front of their business.
Action Taken: Adopted.
3.   Cedar Tobacco (425 Cedar Ave):
Deny renewal of Tobacco and Confectionary Licenses due to unpaid taxes.
Action Taken: Adopted.
4.   Liquor, Business & Gambling License Applications:
Approve Department of Licenses & Consumer Services agenda recommendations for Liquor, Business & Gambling licenses.
Early signing by Mayor requested.
Action Taken: Adopted.
5.   Minnesota Home Ownership Center:
a)   Approve an exception to the procurement policy to allow the City to contract with the Minnesota Home Ownership Center without following an RFP process;
b)   Authorize a contract with the Minnesota Home Ownership Center in the amount of $250,000 for homeownership counseling ($75,000), foreclosure prevention counseling ($175,000) and approve the extension of the use of any unspent funds from the prior contract to the end of the term of the extended contract;
c)   Authorize new contract or contract extension with Minnesota Home Ownership Center and authorize staff to sign the necessary documents.
Action Taken: Adopted.
6.   Rental Dwelling License Conditions (5100 Aldrich Ave N – Owner - Lung Thi Tran/Property Manager Nam Nguyen):
Passage of Resolution approving conditions to be placed on license.
Action Taken: Adopted.
7.   Rental Dwelling License Conditions (2915 Lyndale Ave N – Owner - Tom Brummer):
Passage of Resolution approving conditions to be placed on license.
Action Taken: Adopted.
8.   Rental Dwelling License Conditions (1072 18th Ave SE, 1093/1095 – 27th Ave SE, 1701/1703 Como Ave - Owner Douglas Doty):
Passage of Resolution approving conditions to be placed on license.
Action Taken: Adopted.
9.   Broadway Flats Project Analysis Authorization (re NW corner of Penn Ave N & W Broadway):
Authorize staff to continue analysis of the Broadway Flats mixed-use redevelopment proposal to determine if tax increment financing (TIF) assistance is appropriate and justifiable; to negotiate the terms and conditions of a redevelopment contract and prepare a TIF Plan and any necessary Redevelopment Plan modifications for the project, all such terms and conditions, plans, and other provisions would be subject to future City Council review, discussion, and approval or denial. 
Action Taken: Adopted.
Referred Report to Intergovernmental Relations Committee
10. Liquor Licenses for American Swedish Institute (2600 Park Ave S) and Minneapolis Institute of Arts (2400 3rd Ave S):
Passage of Resolution approving Laws of Minnesota 2014 Legislative Session, Chapter 240, Section 15, authorizing the City of Minneapolis to issue an on-sale liquor license to the American Swedish Institute and one or more on-sale liquor licenses to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts for the sale of intoxicating liquor for consumption on the premises.
Action Taken: Adopted.
Referred Reports to Ways & Means Committee
11. Elliot Park Lifesciences (700 10th Ave S):
Passage of Resolution placing a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) special assessment against the Elliot Park Lifesciences property, $219,450. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
12. Miller Investments (2726 Washington Ave N):
Passage of Resolution placing a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) special assessment against the Miller Investments LLP property, $56,425. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
13. Longfellow Market (3815 E Lake St):
Passage of Resolution placing a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) special assessment against the Longfellow Market LLC property, $282,150. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
14. Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Homelessness Prevention & Rapid Re-housing Services Funding:
Authorize staff to reallocate $36,330 of ESG funds from contract #C-36447 held by Minnesota Council of Churches to contract #C-36400 held by St. Stephen’s Human Services and to extend time of performance on contract #C-36400 through August 31, 2014.
Action Taken: Adopted.
15. Job Fairs in 2014:
Approve acceptance of funds, $30,000, from Hennepin County to manage industry-specific and geographically-targeted job fairs in 2014; Passage of Resolution approving budget appropriation.
Action Taken: Adopted.
16. Traffic Management Services for TCF Bank Stadium:
Authorize contracts with the University of Minnesota to receive up to $75,000 to provide traffic management services for the TCF Bank Stadium; Passage of Resolution approving budget appropriation.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Health, Environment & Community Engagement
HE&CE agenda of 6/2/2014
1.   Public Health Advisory Committee:
Approve the following appointments to the Minneapolis Public Health Advisory Committee for terms to expire December 31, 2014: Siyad Abdullahi (Ward 3) and Silvia Perez (Mayor’s appointment).
Action Taken: Adopted.
Referred Reports to Ways & Means Committee
2.   Housing & Urban Development Grant Application:
Authorize application for a three-year grant from the Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control, not to exceed $3,400,000, to provide lead hazard reduction and health and safety improvements to 300 homes in Minneapolis.
Action Taken: Adopted.
3.   Department of Health & Human Services Grant Application:
Authorize application for a three-year grant from the Office of Minority Health, not to exceed $1,500,000, for the purpose of supporting an evidence-based program to address unhealthy behaviors in at-risk minority male youth.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Intergovernmental Relations
IGR agenda 6/5/2014
1.   Proposed Charter Amendment - Filing Fee for Municipal Elections:
Passage of ordinance, by unanimous vote, amending Chapter 2, Section 13 of the Minneapolis City Charter relating to Officers – Elections:  Filing for Election, specifying the filing fee for candidates for election at any city election. (13 votes)
Early Signature by Mayor Requested.
Municipal Filing Fee Corrected Timeline
Action Taken: Motion failed, and the ordinance was not adopted.
 
Public Safety, Civil Rights & Emergency Management
PSCR&EM agenda of 6/4/2014
Referred Reports to Ways & Means Committee
1.   2014 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Award:
Authorize acceptance of the U.S. Department of Justice 2014 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant award for funding through Hennepin County, $275,540; Passage of Resolution approving appropriation. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.   Police K-9 Veterinary Care:
Authorize contract with the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, $22,595, to receive K-9 veterinary care for the period July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Transportation & Public Works
T&PW agenda of 6/11/2014
1.   I-35W South Tunnel Rehabilitation Project:
Authorize execution of a Cooperative Construction Agreement with the Minnesota Department of Transportation for the I-35W South Tunnel Rehabilitation Project.
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.   Critical Parking Area #28 Modification:
Passage of Ordinance amending Ordinance 2008-Or-025 to modify Critical Parking Area (CPA) #28 by removing both sides of the 5700 block of Bossen Terrace from the CPA and stipulating that residents of Bossen Terrace cannot purchase CPA #28 permits.
Action Taken: Adopted.
3.   Bicycle Advisory Committee Appointments:
Approve the following appointments to the Bicycle Advisory Committee for two-year terms to expire May 31, 2016: Ciara Schlichting (Ward 1); Hayat Ahmed (Ward 2); Chris Linde (Ward 3); Willie Lumpkins (Ward 4); Georgianna Yantos (Ward 5); Bob Hain (Ward 6); Richard Anderson (Ward 7); Juana Sandoval (Ward 8); Jose Luis Villaseñor (Ward 9); Scott Snelling (Ward 10); Paul Frenz (Ward 11); Nicholas Mason (Ward 12); and Bill Dooley (Ward 13).
Action Taken: Adopted.
4.   Somali Independence Day Block Event:
Approve application for a large block event to be held June 21, 2014 to operate outside the time frame allowed under ordinance.
Action Taken: Adopted.
5.   Bridge 9 Pier 3 Repairs:
Authorize execution of a Temporary Construction Agreement with the University of Minnesota regarding construction activities and easements on and in the vicinity of Bridge No 9 over the Mississippi River.
Action Taken: Adopted.
Referred Reports to Ways & Means Committee
6.   Central Corridor Green Line LRT Project:
a)   Authorize execution of an Operation and Maintenance Agreement with the University of Minnesota, Hennepin County, and the Metropolitan Council to cover the University areas of the project;
b)   Authorize negotiation and execution of an Operation and Maintenance Agreement with Hennepin County and the Metropolitan Council to cover non-University areas;
c)   Authorize execution of Amendment 2 to Subordinate Funding Agreement (SFA) 5 with the Metropolitan Council; and
d)   Authorize execution of SFA 24 with the Metropolitan Council.
Action Taken: Adopted.
7.   St. Anthony Parkway Bridge:
a)    Authorize execution of an Overpass Agreement with BNSF Railway relating to BNSF contributing $4,500,000 for bridge design and replacement, execution of easements, and transferring of ownership of the existing bridge to the City; and
b)    Passage of Resolution authorizing acceptance of funds and increasing the appropriation and revenue source for the project by $4,500,000. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
8.   Bid:
OP 7939, Accept single bid of Contech Engineered Solutions to furnish and deliver a grit chamber to the Surface Water and Sewer Division.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Ways & Means
W&M agenda of 6/9/2014
1.   Legal Settlement:  
      Passage of Resolution authorizing settlement of legal matters:
a)    John Paul Wuchko v. City of Minneapolis, et al., $40,000.
b)    Brook Mallak v. Aitkin County, et al., $4,500.
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.   Legal Services Panel:
Amend Master Agreement for Legal Services Agreement between the City and Lockridge Grindal Nauen, P.L.L.P. to increase the amount by $300,000.
Action Taken: Adopted.
3.   Downtown 100 and Focus 18-24 Initiatives:
Passage of Resolution amending Resolution 2013R-596 to correct the amount of the 2014 Minneapolis Downtown Improvement District (DID) grant award to be $200,000, instead of $195,000, and correct the proper funding account of the grant awarded to the City Attorney’s Office.
Action Taken: Adopted.
4.   Medical Records Procurement Services:
Authorize execute a three year contract with MCS Litigation Support, in the amount of $100,000, for medical record, document and other material procurement services.
Action Taken: Adopted.
5.   Summer Clerkship Program and Summer of Civil Rights Event:
      Passage of Resolution accepting the following:
a)    $4,500 from Minnesota Justice Foundation (MJF) Summer Clerkship Program to hire one law student for the summer; and
b)    $1,000 from Emmett D. Carson Fund for Advocacy and Social Justice of the Minneapolis Foundation to provide funding for the Summer of Civil Rights - a series of events commemorating the 50th anniversary of the passing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
c)    Increase the revenue and expense appropriation in the Department of Civil Rights by $5,500. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
6.   Emergency Medical Services:
Amend Contract C-37033 with LifeTech Services, LLC to increase the amount by $100,000 for the remainder of calendar year 2014 and $100,000 for calendar year 2015 to provide and schedule emergency medical technicians for public and private events at the Convention Center.
Action Taken: Adopted.
7.   Wireless Minneapolis:
Approve application for free Wireless Community account for Lowry Tower, a Minneapolis Public Housing high-rise located at 315 Lowry Ave N.
Action Taken: Adopted.
8.   WorkForce Director System Application Software:
Execute all necessary contract documents with Sogeti USA, LLC for a three-year period, in an amount not to exceed $900,000, for support and maintenance of the City’s WorkForce Director system application software.
Action Taken: Adopted.
9.   Gunfire Detection System:
Amend Contract C-35511 with ShotSpotter, Inc. to increase the amount by $300,000, for a new total amount not to exceed $650,640, to enhance the current services and coverage of ShotSpotter in North Minneapolis, which will include the installation, labor, equipment, testing, repairs, servicing, calibration, and on-going gunfire analytics and notifications.
Action Taken: Adopted.
10. Technology Professional Services Master Contracts:
Extend contracts with the following vendors through September 30, 2014, to provide project consultants and staff augmentation resources to the Information Technology Department:
a)   Farstad.US, LLC, Contract (C-29045); and
b)   Dahl Consulting, Contract (C-28095).
Action Taken: Adopted.
11. Subscription Based Research and Related Services:
a)   Execute a three-year contract with Gartner, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $270,000 through June 30, 2017, to provide services to concentrate on making the programs and products in the City successful; and
b)   Authorize use Gartner’s contract agreement instead of the City’s Professional Services Agreement.
Action Taken: Adopted.
12. Broadcast Messaging System:
Execute all necessary contract documents with the following vendors to provide services for the City’s broadcast messaging system:
a)   Gov Delivery, Inc, for a term of up to three years in an amount not to exceed $75,000 to provide subscription-based document hosting services to keep citizens and employees informed via newsletters and email updates. Said contract to include an option to renew up to two additional one-year terms.
b)   SwiftReach Networks, Inc., for a term of up to three years in an amount not to exceed $150,000, to provide maintenance and support for the hosted software application for the rapid notification system, Swift911, that delivers pre-recorded and text messages to targeted citizens by phone, text, email or paging. Said contract to include an option to renew up to two additional one-year terms.
Action Taken: Adopted.
13. Labor Negotiations:
Passage of Resolution approving Tentative Agreement with the Electrical Technicians Unit, represented by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 292, AFL-CIO, for two contract periods, January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2012 (24 months); and January 1, 2013, through December 31, 2015 (36 months).
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Zoning & Planning
Z&P agenda of 6/5/2014
1.   Outdoor Sales and Display (Zoning Code Text Amendment):
Passage of Ordinances amending Title 20 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Zoning Code, allowing additional sale and display of goods outside of business establishments:
a)    Chapter 525 relating to the Zoning Code: Administration and Enforcement
b)    Chapter 548 relating to the Zoning Code: Commercial Districts
c)    Chapter 549 relating to the Zoning Code: Downtown Districts
d)    Chapter 550 relating to the Zoning Code: Industrial Districts
e)    Chapter 551 relating to the Zoning Code: Overlay Districts
Return Chapters 520, 535, 536, and 547 to the author.
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.   80 Broadway St NE:
Deny appeal submitted by Diane Hofstede, on behalf of a group of people, of the decision of the City Planning Commission, approving the conditional use permit and site plan review to allow a liquor store for the property located at 80 Broadway St NE, subject to conditions.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Resolutions
1.   Leonard, Street and Deinard, on behalf of LifeSource (2225-2313 W River Rd N & 70 N 22nd Ave):
Passage of Resolution correcting the legal description for Resolution 2014R-248, entitled “Vacating multiple drainage and utility easements for the property located at 2225-2313 W River Rd N and 70 N 22nd Ave (Vacation File No. 1615)”, adopted May 23, 2014.
Vacation Resolution
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Motions
1.   Payroll:
Motion by Quincy that regular payrolls of City employees under Council jurisdiction for the month of July, 2014, be approved and ordered paid.
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.   Racial Equity Policy Workgroup:
Motion by Glidden to amend subsection “d” of the PSCR&EM report, adopted May 9, 2014, to add Council Member Warsame as a member of the Racial Equity Workgroup.
Racial Equity Policy Workgroup Motion
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Unfinished Business
1.   Ordinance Introduction:
Pursuant to notice, motion by Palmisano, Glidden and Frey to introduce the subject matter of the following ordinances amending Title 14 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Liquor and Beer, for first reading and referral to the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee (amending provisions affected by and in response to potential Charter amendment regarding food to alcohol sales for certain restaurants):
a)    Chapter 360 relating to In General.
b)    Chapter 362 relating to Liquor Licenses.
c)    Chapter 363 relating to Wine Licenses.
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee.

2.   Ordinance Introduction:

Pursuant to notice, motion by A. Johnson to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 10, Chapter 194 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Food Code: Eggs, for first reading and referral to the Health, Environment & Community Engagement Committee (repealing Chapter 194).
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Health, Environment & Community Engagement Committee.
 
New Business
1.   City Charter – Sale of Wine and Beer in Certain Establishments:
Transmittal letter from the Minneapolis Charter Committee recommending that an amendment to the Minneapolis City Charter, Plain Language Revision, be submitted to the qualified voters of the City of Minneapolis at the Gubernatorial General Election to be held November 4, 2014, and that said transmittal be referred to the Intergovernmental Relations Committee.
Action Taken:  Referred to the Intergovernmental Relations Committee.
2.   Notice of Intent:
Reich gives notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 14, Chapter 362 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Liquor and Beer: Liquor Licenses (amending Section 362.46 relating to Brewer Taprooms to allow the sale of beverage alcohol produced by the brewer on or off the premises.)
Notice Given.
3.   Notice of Intent:
Palmisano 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 (amending regulations for 1-4 unit residential development):
a)   Amending Chapter 520 relating to Introductory Provisions.
b)   Amending Chapter 521 relating to Zoning Districts and Maps.
c)   Amending Chapter 525 relating to Administration and Enforcement.
d)   Amending Chapter 530 relating to Site Plan Review.
e)   Amending Chapter 531 relating to Nonconforming Uses and Structures.
f)    Amending Chapter 535 relating to Regulations of General Applicability.
g)   Amending Chapter 536 relating to Specific Development Standards.
h)   Amending Chapter 537 relating to Accessory Uses and Structures.
i)    Amending Chapter 541 relating to Off-Street Parking and Loading.
j)    Amending Chapter 546 relating to Residence Districts.
k)   Amending Chapter 547 relating to Office Residence Districts.
l)    Amending Chapter 548 relating to Commercial Districts.
m)  Amending Chapter 551 relating to Overlay Districts.
Notice Given.
4.   Notice of Intent:
Bender 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 (establishing regulations for accessory dwelling units):
a)   Amending Chapter 520 relating to Introductory Provisions.
b)   Amending Chapter 521 relating to Zoning Districts and Maps.
c)   Amending Chapter 525 relating to Administration and Enforcement.
d)   Amending Chapter 530 relating to Site Plan Review.
e)   Amending Chapter 535 relating to Regulations of General Applicability.
f)    Amending Chapter 536 relating to Specific Development Standards.
g)   Amending Chapter 537 relating to Accessory Uses and Structures.
h)   Amending Chapter 541 relating to Off-Street Parking and Loading.
i)    Amending Chapter 546 relating to Residence Districts.
j)    Amending Chapter 547 relating to Office Residence Districts.
k)   Amending Chapter 548 relating to Commercial Districts.
l)    Amending Chapter 549 relating to Downtown Districts.
m) Amending Chapter 551 relating to Overlay Districts.
Notice Given.
5.   Notice of Intent:
Reich gives notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 11, Chapter 225 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Health and Sanitation: Garbage and Refuse (expanding the authority of the Department of Public Works Division of Solid Waste and Recycling to provide clean-up and charge for excessive solid waste at residential properties with more than four (4) dwelling units, and non-residential properties in the City of Minneapolis.
Notice Given.
6.   Notice of Intent:
Palmisano gives notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of the following ordinances amending Title 5 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Building Code (amending provisions related to wrecking and new construction of single and two-family dwellings):
a)   Chapter 87 relating to Administration and Enforcement.
b)   Chapter 93 relating to Safety Precautions: Protection of Public Property.
c)   Chapter 117 relating to Wrecking.
Notice Given.
7.   Notice of Intent:
Palmisano gives notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 3, Chapter 52 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Air Pollution and Environmental Protection: Erosion and Sediment Control and Drainage (amending provisions related to wrecking and new construction of single and two family dwellings).
Notice Given.
8.   Notice of Intent:
Palmisano gives notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 23, Chapter 599 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Heritage Preservation: Heritage Preservation Regulations (amending definitions).
Notice Given.
9.   Ordinance Introduction (Unanimous Consent Required):
Motion by Glidden to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 13 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Licenses and Business Regulations, for first reading and referral to the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee (adding a new Chapter 282 entitled Commercial Donation Collection Bins).
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee.
10. Notice of Intent:
Council Member Frey gives notice of intent to introduce at the next regular meeting of the City Council the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 13, Chapter 347 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances related to Licenses and Business Regulations: Tree Servicing (amending Section 347.35 regarding International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) certification).
Notice Given.
 
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Adjournment
 
 
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