BOC Agenda for February 28, 2017

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A. INSPIRATIONAL

Rev. Dr. William E. Flippin, Sr. B.A., M. Div., D. Min
Greater Piney Grove Baptist Church

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Commissioner Steve Bradshaw
District 4


B. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

C. PRESENTATIONS

GEFA Signing Ceremony
Georgia Greater Black Chamber of Commerce


D. 10:00 A.M. PUBLIC HEARING

CEO
D1. 2017 Budget (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda; Deferred from the2/14/17 Regular BOC Meeting – for public hearing)

Planning & Sustainability
D2. Special Land Use Permit Ordinance (Substitute deferred from the 12/6/16 Regular BOCMeeting; Assigned to the Planning & Economic Development Committee – norecommendation; Deferred from the 12/13/16 & 02/14/17 Regular BOC Meetings – forpublic hearing; Substitute accepted during the 2/21/17 Committee of the Whole)

D3. Special Land Use Permit Moratorium Extension (Accepted to the Regular BOC MeetingAgenda)

Planning & Sustainability – Districts 4 & 6
D4. Special Land Use Permit, SLUP-17-21108, PSH Decatur (Deferred from the 1/24/17BOC Rezoning Meeting – for public hearing)

Public Works – Transportation (Commission Districts 1 & 7)
D5. Traffic Calming Petition – Alton Road, David Road & Embry Circle (between EmbryCircle to Chamblee Tucker Road) (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

D6. Traffic Calming Petition – Embry Circle, Embry Hills Drive & Alton Road (betweenChamblee Tucker Rd to David Road) (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

Public Works – Transportation (Commission Districts 3 & 7)
D7. Traffic Calming Petition – Hillside Avenue (between Quillian Avenue to Candler Road)(Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)D8. Street Light Petition – Treehaven Court (Accepted to the Regular BOC MeetingAgenda)

E. APPEALS

Planning and Sustainability – Commission Districts 2 & 6
E1. Appeal of a Decision of the Historic Preservation Commission by Derrick McCravy forJimmy Pineda/JJs of Atlanta, LLC/JOA Properties, LLC (Accepted to the Regular BOCMeeting Agenda)

E2. Appeal of a Decision of the Historic Preservation Commission by Lotus HD (Acceptedto the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

F. APPOINTMENTS

Board of Commissioners – Districts 1 & 7
F1. Recording of the District 1 and 7 Appointment of Veronica Maldonado-Torres to theAssembly Community Improvement District (CID) (Accepted to the Regular BOCMeeting Agenda)

Board of Commissioners – District 2
F2. Recording Appointment of Art Hansen to District 2 Community Council (Accepted tothe Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

Board of Commissioners – District 4
F3. Recording Appointment of Matt Leatherman to the DeKalb County CommunityCouncil Board, District 4 (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

F4. Recording Appointment of Mike Cooper to the DeKalb County Community CouncilBoard, District 4 (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

F5. Recording Re-appointment of Christopher Richard to the Airport Advisory Board(Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

Board of Commissioners – District 5

F6. Recording the Re-appointment of Kenesha Barksdale to District 5 Community Council(Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

F7. Recording the Re-appointment of Barbara Campbell to District 5 Community Council(Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

F8. Recording the Re-appointment of Jan Costello to District 5 CommunityCouncil(Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

F9. Recording the Re-appointment of Marshall English to District 5 Community Council(Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

F10. Recording the Re-appointment of Joscelyn O’Neil to District 5 Community Council(Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

F11. Recording the Re-appointment of Charles Peagler to District 5 Community Council(Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

F12. Recording the Re-appointment of Danny Tripplin to District 5 Community Council(Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

Board of Commissioners – District 7
F13. Recording Appointment of Peggy Hobdy to the District 3 Community Council(Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

F14. Recording Appointment of Samson Burrell to the District 5 Community Council(Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

F15. Recording Appointment of N. Preston Mercer to the District 5 Community Council(Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

F16. Recording Appointment of Brenda Cornelius to the Parks Bond Citizen AdvisoryCommittee (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

F17. Recording Appointment of Myriam Dormer to the Watershed CIP Advisory Group(Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

G. CONSENT AGENDA

Airport – Commission Districts 1 & 6
G1. Lease Agreement with PDK, LLC (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)Public Works – Sanitation –

Commission Districts 1 & 6
G2. Brookhaven 3rd Annual Cherry Blossom Festival – Department of SanitationParticipation (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

H. PRELIMINARY ITEMS

Board of Commissioners – District 2
H1. Acquisition of Property at 2890 Lavista Road 18-148-01-061 (Accepted to the RegularBOC Meeting Agenda)

Planning & Sustainability
H2. Loitering Ordinance (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda; Assigned to theEmployee Relations & Public Safety Committee)

Public Works – Transportation
H3. LED Conversion of Georgia Power Post Top Lights (Accepted to the Regular BOCMeeting Agenda; Assigned to the Public Works & Infrastructure Committee)Public Works – Transportation (Commission Districts 4 & 6)

H4. Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) Maintenance Agreement for Multi-UseTrail Bridge over I-285 (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda; Assigned tothe County Operations Committee)

Purchasing and Contracting
H5. Purchases – Low Bidder
LB1. Water Treatment Chemicals-Salt (Annual Contract with 2 Options to Renew):Invitation No. 16-100751 for use by the Department of Watershed Management(DWM). Total Amount Not To Exceed: $878,000.00 (Accepted to the RegularBOC Meeting Agenda)

LB2. Hydrofluosilicic Acid (Annual Contract with 2 Options to Renew): Invitation No.16-100776 for use by the Department of Watershed Management (DWM).Amount Not To Exceed: $202,320.00 (Accepted to the Regular BOC MeetingAgenda)

LB3. DeKalb County Toddler Pool Conversions: Invitation No. 16-100702 for theDepartment of Facilities Management for use by the department of Recreation,Parks and Cultural Affairs (RPCA). Amount Not To Exceed: $387,375.00(Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

LB4. Maintenance, Cleaning & Inspection of Fuel Tanks including Removal,Relocation and Installation (Annual Contract with 2 Options to Renew):Invitation No. 16-100786 for use by Public Works -Fleet Management. AmountNot To Exceed: $250,000.00 (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

LB5. Chiller Inspection, Repair and Preventative Maintenance Service (AnnualContract with 2 Options to Renew): Invitation No. 16-100782 for use by theDepartment of Facilities Management (FM). Total Amount Not To Exceed:$971,193.00 (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

LB6. On Call Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) (Annual Contractwith 2 Options to Renew): Invitation No. 16-100794 for use by the Departmentof Facilities Management (FM). Total Amount Not To Exceed: $1,500,000.00(Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

LB7. Law Enforcement Accessories (Annual Contract with 2 Options to Renew):Invitation No. 16-100737 for use by Police Services (PS), the Sheriff’s Officeand the Marshal’s Office. Total Amount Not To Exceed: $66,000.00 (Acceptedto the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

Purchases – Renewal
REN1. Professional Inspection Services for Public Works (Annual Contract – 2ndRenewal of 2 Options to Renew): Contract Nos.: 967277 and 967283 for use byPublic Works-Roads and Drainage (R&D). Total Amount Not To Exceed:$750,000.00 (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

REN2. Inspection and Maintenance of FM 200 Fire Suppression Systems (AnnualContract – 1st Renewal of 2 Options to Renew): Contract No. 1015889 for useby the Department of Facilities Management (FM). Amount Not To Exceed:$73,951.00 (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

REN3. Residential Curbside Recycling Bins (Annual Contract – 2nd Renewal of 2Options to Renew): Contract No. 966451 for use by Public Works – Sanitation.Amount Not To Exceed: $81,600.00 (Accepted to the Regular BOC MeetingAgenda)

REN4. Professional and Managed Support and Maintenance of Voice and Data NetworkServices (Annual Contract – 2nd Renewal of 4 Options to Renew): Contract No.967790 for use by the Department of Innovation and Technology (IT). AmountNot To Exceed: $1,027,475.41 (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda)

Purchases – Change Order
CO1. Change Order No. 5 to Contract Nos.: 12-902565 and 12-902566 forGeographical Location and Inventory of the Wastewater Collection System foruse by the Department of Watershed Management (DWM) (Accepted to theRegular BOC Meeting Agenda).

I. ITEMS FOR DECISION BY THE BOARD

Board of Commissioners – District 1 & 2
I1. Resolution by the Governing Authority of DeKalb County, Georgia, to Establish theWatershed Customer Service and Billing Advisory Group, and for Other Purposes(Deferred from the 12/13/16 Regular BOC Meeting; Assigned to the Public Works &Infrastructure Committee Meeting; Deferred from the 01/24/17 Regular BOC Meeting)

Board of Commissioners – District 3 & 7
I2. Pay Increase for Public Safety Personnel Resolution (Accepted to the Regular BOCMeeting Agenda; Assigned to the County Operations and Public Safety Committee &the Finance, Audit, & Budget Committee; Deferred from the 1/24/17 Regular BOCMeeting; Assigned to the Employee Relations & Public Safety Committee)

CEO & Board of Commissioners
I3. Resolution of the Governing Authority of DeKalb County to Request that the Membersof the DeKalb County Delegation to the Georgia General Assembly Establish a CharterReview Commission (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda; Deferred fromthe 2/14/17 Regular BOC Meeting)

County Clerk
I4. Approval of Minutes of the Regular Meeting of January 10, 2017 (Accepted to theRegular BOC Meeting Agenda; Deferred from the 2/14/17 Regular BOC Meeting)

Planning & Sustainability
I5. Right-of-way Reduction Request for a Portion of Rockbridge Road, Old RockbridgeRoad and 3rd Avenue in the Scottdale Area Overlay District within the Proposed NewRockland Terrace Subdivision (Deferred from the 12/13/16, 01/24/17 & 02/14/17Regular BOC Meetings)

Public Works – Transportation -Commission Districts 2 & 6
I6. Georgia Power Lighting Agreement: Clifton Road from North Decatur Road toHaygood Road (Accepted to the Regular BOC Meeting Agenda; Substitute Deferredfrom the 8/23/16, 9/27/16 & 12/13/16 Regular BOC Meetings; Substitute acceptedduring the 2/21/17 Committee of the Whole)

Purchasing & Contracting
I7. Purchases – Ratification
RA1. Legislative Advisory Services: for use by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).Amount Not to Exceed: $83,596.30 (Accepted to the Regular BOC MeetingAgenda; Assigned to the County Operations Committee – recommendedapproval; Deferred from the 2/14/17 Regular BOC Meeting)

I8. Purchases – Rescission
REC1. County Wide Commercial Janitorial Services (Annual Contract with 2 Optionsto Renew): Invitation No. 16-100714 for use by the Department of FacilitiesManagement (FM). Amount Not To Exceed: $1,387,951.20 (Accepted to theRegular BOC Meeting Agenda; Assigned to the County Operations Committee –recommended approval; Deferred from the 2/14/17 Regular BOC Meeting)

J. COMMENTS FROM THE BOARD

POLICY OF NON-DISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF DISABILITY

The DeKalb County Government does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the admission or access to, or treatment of employment in its programs or activities.  The Office of Contract Compliance and EEO, 1300 Commerce Drive, Decatur, GA 30030, 404-371-4795 & TDD 404-371-7064, has been designated to coordinate compliance with the non-discrimination requirements contained in Section 35.107 of the Department of Justice regulations.  Information concerning the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the rights provided there under are available from the ADA Coordinator.  A ten-day notice is requested for special accommodations.