Minneapolis City Council Agenda
 
Regular Meeting
April 3,2015 – 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: Jackie Hanson 612-673-2046
 
Call to Order
1.   Roll Call.
2.   Adoption of the agenda.
      Action Taken:  Adopted.
3.   Acceptance of minutes of the regular meeting of March 20, 2015.
      Action Taken: Accepted.
4.   Referral of petitions, communications and reports of the City officers to the proper Committees and departments.
      Action Taken: Referred.
 
Reports of Standing Committees
Committee of the Whole
COW agenda of 4/1/2015
1.   City Stationery and Graphics Standards (15-00297):
a)    Approving the Visual Identity and Graphic Standards Policy relating to refreshed letterhead, business cards, and envelopes for all official City correspondence, superseding all previous Council actions related to stationery use/standards;
b)    Requiring that all City materials follow the City graphics standards to project a cohesive, professional City brand and save dollars on printing costs and staff time; and
c)    Directing staff to review and clarify, as necessary, protocols relating to usage and oversight of the City's name and brand on projects within Minneapolis and by other jurisdictions that request the name of the City.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Community Development & Regulatory Services
CD&RS agenda of 3/24/2015
1.   Land Sale (2933 5th Ave S and 2937 5th Ave S) (15-00348):
Passage of Resolution authorizing sale of properties to Cedar and Riverside Company for $36,000 each (9 votes).
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.   Corcoran Triangle, LP (3120 24th Ave S) (15-00350):
Passage of Resolution giving preliminary approval to the issuance of up to $13,000,000 in Tax-Exempt Multifamily Housing Revenue Entitlement Bonds for construction of a 135-unit multifamily rental housing development.
Action Taken: Adopted.
3.   Ecumen Mill City Quarter, LLC – Abiitan (428 2nd St S) (15-00351):
Passage of Resolution giving preliminary and final approval to the issuance of up to $32,000,000 in Tax Exempt Senior Housing and Healthcare Revenue Bonds for construction of a 151-unit multifamily rental apartment development.
Early signature by Mayor requested.
Action Taken: Adopted.
4.   Mill City Quarter (300 2nd St S) (15-00352):
Passage of Resolution granting preliminary and final approval to the issuance of up to $22,000,000 in Tax Exempt Multifamily Housing Revenue Entitlement Bonds for a 150-unit multifamily rental apartment development.
Early signature by Mayor requested.
Action Taken: Adopted.
5.   Sal’s on Fifth (10 N 5th St) (15-00354):
Passage of Resolution approving Operating Conditions for Extended Hours License.
Action Taken: Adopted.
6.   Liquor, Business & Gambling License Applications (15-00354):
Approving Department of Licenses & Consumer Services agenda recommendations for Liquor, Business & Gambling licenses.
Early signature by Mayor requested.
Action Taken: Adopted.
7.   Housing Replacement District III (re 3712 28th Ave S) (15-00355):
Passage of Resolution removing 3712 28th Ave S from Housing Replacement District III and placing it back in the district once a new property identification number is assigned. 
Action Taken: Adopted.
8.   Lifetrack Resources Master Contract (15-00356):
Authorizing an increase in the maximum amount of eligible employment and training services expenditures by $250,000, for a new maximum amount of $500,000.
Action Taken: Adopted.
9.   Nicollet Hotel Block Development Rights Designation (30 S 3rd St) (15-00358):
Awarding exclusive negotiating rights to United Properties as the developer of the City-owned property for a period of 12 months and authorizing redevelopment contract terms.
Action Taken: Adopted.
10. Interim Parking Rental Agreement for 205 Park Ave (15-00359):
Authorizing an interim parking rental agreement with Ecumen Mill City, LLC for parking vehicles on the City-owned lot during the construction of the Mill City Quarter senior housing development at 300 2nd St S. 
Action Taken: Adopted.
Referred Reports to Ways & Means Committee
11. Land Sale (Mill City Quarter and Abiitan) (15-00353):
a)   Passage of Resolution authorizing sale of property at 300 2nd St S and 428 2nd St S to Eagle Iron Partners, LLC or Assigned Developers (322 Second Street Apartments, LLP and Ecumen Mill City Quarter, LLC) for a collective price of $3,161,000 (9 votes);
b)   Passage of Resolution a waiver of the park land dedication requirements in exchange for private land maintained for public use;
c)   Approving a $350,000.00 loan in accordance with Term Sheet;
d)   Authorizing the proper City officers to perform as follows:
1)   Executing a Redevelopment Contract(s) and any other necessary documents consistent with the Term Sheet;
2)   Executing a Parkland Development and Easement Agreement;
3)   Terminating the Parking Lease between Canal Street Limited Partnership and the City upon closing, if requested by the development entities; and
4)   Executing one or more agreements with Ecumen Mill City Quarter, LLC and Eagle Iron Partners directing a portion of the brownfield grant funds awarded to Eagle Iron Partners to be provided to the Ecumen Mill City Quarter, LLC project instead.
Early signature by Mayor requested.
Action Taken: Adopted.
12. Conurbation LLC Contract Extension (15-00357):
Authorizing execution of an amendment to contract with Conurbation, increasing by $50,000 for continued project management services for Downtown East Commons.
Action Taken: Adopted.
13. Target Center Renovation Project (15-00361):
Authorizing execution of a Renovation Agreement, with terms modified from previously approved Term Sheet.
Early signature by Mayor requested.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Health, Environment & Community Engagement
HE&CE agenda of 3/23/2015
1.   NextGen Healthcare Information Systems Contract Amendment (15-00319):
Authorizing execution of amendment to contract with NextGen Healthcare Information Systems, Inc. to purchase three (3) patient portal licenses for the School Based Clinic program with no change to contract dates or amounts.
Action Taken: Adopted.
Referred Reports to Ways & Means Committee
2.   Minnesota Department of Health Grant for Ebola Funding (15-00318):
a)   Authorizing contract with the Minnesota Department of Health to accept an estimated revenue of $40,000 to address gaps in department plans and response activities related to Ebola Virus Disease; and
b)   Passage of Resolution appropriating the funds. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
3.   Mississippi Watershed Management Organization Grant (15-00320):
a)   Authorizing agreement with the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization to accept a grant in the amount of $19,200 to hire interns to assist in erosion control enforcement; and
b)   Passage of Resolution appropriating the funds. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
4.   Community Innovation Fund (15-00321):
HE&CE - a) Approving Community Innovation Fund Guidelines; and b) Passage of Resolution increasing the appropriation in the Neighborhood and Community Relations Department Special Revenue Fund by $300,000 from existing fund balance.
W&M - Approving Community Innovation Fund Guidelines with the “Eligible Applicants” portion of the guidelines amended to read as follows: “One or more recognized neighborhood organizations, and/or community-based non-profit organizations, in the City of Minneapolis.”
Action Taken: Adopted Substitute report approving the Community Innovation Fund guidelines.
 
Transportation & Public Works
T&PW agenda of 3/24/2015
1.   26th St E and 28th St E Street Resurfacing Project (15-00324):
a)   Passage of Resolution designating the location and improvements proposed to be made in the project; and
b)   Receiving the cost estimate; directing preparation of proposed special assessments; and setting a public hearing for May 5, 2015. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.   Nicollet Mall Reconstruction Project (15-00325):
a)   Passage of Resolution designating the location, streets, and improvements proposed to be made in the project; and
b)   Receiving the cost estimate; directing preparation of proposed special assessments; and setting a public hearing for May 5, 2015. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
3.   Minnehaha Ave Street Reconstruction Project (26th St E to 24th St E) (15-00326):
a)   Passage of Resolution designating the location, streets, and improvements proposed to be made in the project; and
b)   Receiving the cost estimate; directing preparation of proposed special assessments; and setting a public hearing for May 5, 2015. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
Referred Reports to Ways & Means Committee
4.   2nd St N, 21st, 30th and 33rd Ave N, 42nd Ave S, Bloomington Ave S & MN-62 Frontage Rd Street Resurfacing Project (15-00323):
a)   Passage of Resolution requesting the Board of Estimate and Taxation to authorize the City’s issuance and sale of assessment bonds for the project; and
b)   Passage of Resolution ordering the work to proceed and adopting special assessments for the project. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
5.   Minneapolis Refuse, Inc. Contract (15-00327):
Authorizing negotiation and execution of contract with Minneapolis Refuse, Inc. (MRI) for the collection of garbage, recycling, problem materials, large items, mattresses, yard waste and source-separated organics for approximately one-half of the City’s dwelling units for a five-year term beginning August 31, 2015.
Action Taken: Adopted.
6.   Leakage Assessment Services Contract (15-00328):
Authorizing execution of a contract with Wachs Water Services to conduct a condition assessment survey of the Minneapolis water distribution system for leakages.
Action Taken: Adopted.
7.   St. Anthony Parkway Bridge over BNSF Northtown Yard (15-00329):
a)   Passage of Resolution authorizing execution of a Bridge Bond Grant Agreement with the Minnesota Department of Transportation to receive $7,000,000 in bridge bonds for the replacement of the St. Anthony Parkway Bridge; and
b)   Authorizing increase to Engineering Services Agreement with Short Elliot Hendrickson, Inc. by $285,988 to assist with construction engineering and extending the effective date of the contract through December 31, 2017. (9 votes)
Action Taken: Adopted.
8.   7th Street Transit Advantage Project (15-00330):
a)   Authorizing execution of an agreement with the Metropolitan Council relating to work in support of the 7th Street Transit Advantage Project; and
b)   Passage of Resolution by establishing the 7th Street Transit Advantage Project and increasing the appropriation for the project by $470,000.
Action Taken: Adopted.
9.   Storm Sewer Cleaning Contract (15-00331):
Authorizing increase to contract with Vortech Hydro-Vac by $2,513.25 to allow for construction change orders as part of the Storm Sewer Cleaning Project.
Action Taken: Adopted.
10. Central Corridor LRT Project Subordinate Funding Agreement (15-00332):
Authorizing execution of Subordinate Funding Agreement 26 with the Metropolitan Council to reimburse the City for a final survey of stormwater and sanitary sewer infrastructure constructed for the Central Corridor LRT (Green Line).
Action Taken: Adopted.
11. Funding for Bike Week Events (15-00334):
Authorizing up to $15,000 in funding for the 2015 Bike Week by reallocating the funds from the Public Works Traffic Program budget.
Action Taken: Adopted.
12. Open Streets 2015 (15-00335):
Approving locations and budget for 2015 Open Streets events.
Action Taken: Adopted.
13. On-Street Parking Mobile Payment System (15-00345):
Authorizing execution of a three-year contract with Parkmobile, LLC, with an option to extend the contract for up to two additional years, for an on-street parking mobile payment system.
Action Taken: Adopted.
14. Minneapolis Street Lighting Policy (15-00346):
Adopting the 2015 Street Lighting Policy.
Action Taken: Adopted.
15. Bids:
a)   (15-00336) OP 8043, Accepting low responsive bid of Marge Magnuson Construction Company, Inc. for the Double Door and Pivot Gate Installation Project for the Water Treatment and Distribution Division;
b)   (15-00337) OP 8051, Accepting low bid of Graymont (WI) LLC to furnish and deliver quick lime to the Water Treatment & Distribution Division;
c)   (15-00338) OP 8059, Accepting single bid of Dresser Trap Rock, Inc. for gray/black class “A” aggregate as needed through December 31, 2015;
d)   (15-00339) OP 8064, Accepting low bid of Tiller Corporation (d/b/a Commercial Asphalt Company) for hot mix asphalt as needed through March 31, 2016;
e)   (15-00340) OP 8068, Accepting low bid of Cemstone Products Company for Ready Mix Concrete as needed through March 31, 2016;
f)    (15-00341) OP 8070, Accepting low bid of New Look Contracting, Inc. for the construction of the Lucy Laney School Pedestrian Crosswalk; and
g)   (15-00342) OP 8075, Accepting single bid of PCI Roads, LLC to complete the construction of the 11th Ave S Bridge.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Ways & Means
W&M agenda of 03/30/2015
1.   Legal Settlements (15-00368)
Passage of Resolution approving the following legal settlements:
a)   James Davies v. City of Minneapolis ($11,500)
b)    Jeffrey David Kingsbury v. Minn Dept. of Transportation and Ampco System Parking ($7,500)
c)    Zachary King, Craig Dyer, Jr., and Anthony Wilson v. City of Mpls, et.al. ($50,000)
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.   Probation Officer Services (15-00371):
Executing one amendment to contract C-38555 and two agreements with Hennepin County Department of Community Corrections for three full-time probation officers to provide active supervision of chronic offenders.
Action Taken: Adopted.
3.   Visitor Information Center:
Increasing the following contracts to allow for close out and final payment for work on the Visitor Information Center at the Minneapolis Convention Center:
a)    (15-00372) Contract C-38057 with Meisinger Construction Company, Inc. by $96,617 for a new total of $892,667.
b)    (15-00373) Contract C-38093 with Advance Terrazzo & Tile Company by $4,680 for a new total of $192,680.
c)    (15-00374) Contract C-38121 with Elliott Contracting Corporation by $66,801 for a new total of $771,401.
d)   (15-00375)  Contract C-38122 with KMH Erectors by $9,405 for a new total of $260,705.
e)    (15-00376) Contract C-38165 with Empirehouse, Inc. by $40,039.23 for a new total of $329,039.23.
f)     (15-00377) Contract C-38270 with ThyssenKrupp Elevator Co by $14,590 for a new total of $106,590.
g)    (15-00378) Contract with Northland Mechanical Contractors, Inc. by $55,591.45 for a new total of $105,291.45.
Action Taken: Adopted.
4.   Fire Station #5 and #7 Improvement Project (15-00379):
Increasing contract C-38168 with JPMI Construction Company by $19,077 for a new total of $808,069 for electrical changes and flooring work.
Action Taken: Adopted.
5.   Merchant Services Contract (15-00380):
Extending contract C-27609 with US Bank-Elavon for six months, through October 31, 2015, to allow additional time to evaluate Request for Proposal responses, negotiate a new contract, and potentially implement a new provider for merchant services (credit card revenue transaction clearing).
Action Taken: Adopted.
6.   Flour Exchange Lease (15-00381):
Approving negotiation and execution of a Lease Contract Amendment to contract C-26108 with Larson Properties, LLC to rent the 6th floor of the Flour Exchange Building at 310 Fourth Ave S.
Action Taken: Adopted.
7.   Hamilton School Lease (15-00382):
Approving negotiation and execution of a new ten-year lease with the Minneapolis Public Schools to use Hamilton School at 4119 Dupont Ave N.
Action Taken: Adopted.
8.   Capital Long-Range Improvement Committee (CLIC) Appointments (15-00383):
Approving the following appointments to CLIC for two-year terms running January 1, 2015-December 31, 2016:
a)    Stephanie Johnson, Council appointment, Ward 1
b)    AJ Saddiqui, Council appointment, Ward 6
c)    Nicholas Minderman, Mayoral appointment, Ward 3
d)    Nicole Campbell, Mayoral appointment, Ward 10
e)    Matt Perry, Mayoral appointment, Ward 13.
Action Taken: Adopted.
9.   Minneapolis Wireless Community (15-00385):
Approving application for free Wireless Community account for the African Community Senior Center.
Action Taken: Adopted.
10. Emergency Response Tracking System (15-00386):
Authorizing proper City officials to take the following actions re: contract C-23043 with Digital Health Department, Inc., formerly Garrison Enterprises, Inc., for technical support, software maintenance, bug fixes, and changes/enhancements to the emergency response tracking system being used by Regulatory Services:
a)    Acknowledging and approving assignment to the new vendor, Digital Health Department (DHD), formerly Garrison Enterprises, Inc.
b)    Extending the contract two additional years, through August 9, 2016.
c)    Increasing the contract by $80,000 for a new not-to-exceed total of $413,454.
Action Taken: Adopted.
11. Legislative Information Management System (15-00387):
Approving the termination of contract C-38376 with Granicus, Inc., for Breach of Deliverables.
Action Taken: Adopted.
12. Emergency Operations Fire Training Burn Simulator(15-00388):
Increasing contract C-33030 with Kidde Fire Trainers, Inc. by $47,000 for a new not-to-exceed total of $161,467 and extending the contract for an additional three years, through April 30, 2018, for the support and maintenance of the fire training burn simulator and its associated software.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
13. ServiceNow Knowledge 15 Technology Conference (15-00389):
Passage of Resolution accepting gifts covering conference registration expenses for three Information Technology staff to participate in the ServiceNow Knowledge 15 Technology Conference to be held April 20-23 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Action Taken: Adopted.
14. 2015 Salary Adjustment – Non-represented Employees (15-00390):
Approving the following salary changes:
a)    That all non-represented employees who meet the criteria for step progression will receive a step progression in 2015, subject to satisfactory or better performance.
b)    Effective at the start of the pay period that includes February 1, 2015, increase the salary schedules, including longevity, by 2.2%.
Action Taken: Adopted.
15. 2015 Salary Adjustment – Politically Appointed Employees (15-00391):
Approving the following salary changes:
a)    That all politically appointed employees who meet the criteria for step progression will receive a step progression in 2015, subject to satisfactory or better performance.
b)    Effective at the start of the pay period that includes February 1, 2015, increase the salary schedules, including longevity, by 2.2%.
Action Taken: Adopted.
16. Labor Negotiations (15-00392):
Passage of Resolution approving a tentative Agreement with the 911 Dispatchers Unit, represented by the Minnesota Public Employees Association, for the period January 1, 2014, through December 31, 2016.
Action Taken: Adopted.
17. Labor Negotiations (15-00393):
Passage of Resolution approving a tentative Agreement with the Laborers, Local 363, for the period January 1, 2015, through December 31, 2017.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Zoning & Planning
Z&P agenda of 03/26/2015
1.   2118 Blaisdell Ave (15-00362):
Denying an appeal submitted by Ted Irgens of the decision of the Zoning Board of Adjustment granting reasonable accommodation to waive the spacing requirement for a proposed supportive housing facility in the existing structure at 2118 Blaisdell Ave, and adopting supplemental Findings of Fact prepared by the City Attorney’s office, subject to the following conditions:
a)    The facility must comply with health and safety regulations such as building and fire codes. Should the facility create a public nuisance or fail to conform to health and safety regulations, local governments may cause such conditions to be abated.
b)    All current and future occupants of the subject property must be diagnosed with a documented disability as described by the Americans with Disabilities Act.
c)    The exterior of the home and the yard will be kept in excellent physical condition. Damaged or worn out materials will be promptly repaired or replaced.
d)    The House Rules will be posted in a conspicuous location within the home. All residents, guests, and associated persons must comply with the House Rules and other applicable operational agreements at all times.
e)    The City of Minneapolis shall be promptly notified if there are any changes in use or maximum occupancy, or any changes to the Residence Agreement or House Rules, that include, but are not limited to: occupancy, building alterations, and residency requirements.
Action Taken: Adopted.
2.   1919 10th Ave S, Franklin Bakery (15-00363):
Denying by Necessity an application submitted by Franklin Bakery for an interim use permit to allow a temporary parking lot at the property located at 1919 10th Ave S.
Action Taken: Postponed.
3.   1919 10th Ave S, Franklin Bakery (15-00364):
Denying an application, notwithstanding staff recommendation, submitted by Master Properties, on behalf of Franklin Bakery, to rezone the property located at 1919 10th Ave S by adding the TP Transitional Parking Overlay District, to allow a temporary parking facility, and adopting City Planning Commission Findings of Fact.
Action Taken: Postponed.
4.   Art in Public Places (15-00365):
Approving the proposed process for the Art in Public Places five-year capital plan.
Action Taken: Adopted.
5.   Household Refuse Containers (Text Amendment) (15-00367):
Passage of Ordinance amending Title 20, Chapter 535 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Zoning Code: Regulations of General Applicability, allowing flexibility in regulations governing placement of containers for household refuse. 
Action Taken: Adopted.
Introduction & Referral Calendar
1.   Ordinance Introduction (15-00313):
Pursuant to notice, motion by Gordon to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 14, Chapter 360 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Liquor and Beer: In General, for first reading and referral to the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee (amending regulations related to outdoor areas on licensed establishments).
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee.
2.   Ordinance Introduction (15-00314):
Pursuant to notice, motion by Quincy to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Appendix H of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Minneapolis Cable Communication Franchises, for first reading and referral to the Ways & Means Committee (amending Appendix H by adding a new Chapter 2 granting a cable franchise to CenturyLink).
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Ways & Means Committee.
3.   Ordinance Introduction (15-00315):
Pursuant to notice, motion by Gordon and Yang to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 15, Chapter 385 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Offenses--Miscellaneous: In General, for first reading and referral to the Public Safety, Civil Rights & Emergency Management Committee for a public hearing to be held May 6, 2015 (repealing Section 385.80 relating to Lurking).
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Public Safety, Civil Rights & Emergency Management Committee.
4.   Ordinance Introduction (15-00316):
Pursuant to notice, motion by Gordon and Yang to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 11, Chapter 213 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Health and Sanitation: In General, for first reading and referral to the Public Safety, Civil Rights & Emergency Management Committee for a public hearing to be held May 6, 2015 (repealing Section 213.30 relating to Spitting; depositing tobacco).
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Public Safety, Civil Rights & Emergency Management Committee.
5.   Ordinance Introduction (Unanimous consent required) (15-00401):
Motion by Palmisano to introduce the subject matter of an ordinance amending Title 17 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to Streets and Sidewalks by adding a new Chapter 428 to be entitled "50th & France Special Service District", for first reading and referral to the Transportation & Public Works Committee (establishing the 50th & France Special Service District).
Action Taken: Ordinance introduced, given its first reading, and referred to the Transportation & Public Works Committee.
 
Resolutions
1.   Travel Resolution (15-00420):

Passage of Resolution prohibiting City Funded Travel to the State of Indiana and Reaffirming the City’s Commitment to Champion Civil Rights and Equity.

Action Taken: Adopted Substitute Resolution reaffirming the City's commitment to champion civil rights and equity.

2.   Honorary Resolution (15-00347):
Passage of Resolution honoring Erik Hansen for 12 years of service to the City of Minneapolis.
Action Taken: Adopted.
 
Announcements
 
Adjournment
 
 
Notice: A portion of this meeting may be closed to the public pursuant to MN Statutes Section 13D.03 or 13D.05
 
 
Next City Council Meeting: April 17, 2015
 
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