Council January Highlights

Resolution No. 25-20

Union Miles Development Corp was selected from a list of firms determined after a full and complete canvass by the Director of Finance, as the firm to be employed by contract to supplement the regularly employed staff of several departments of the City; to complement the City of Cleveland’s Trauma/Toxic Stress initiative by supporting school safety efforts in targeted schools and connecting the families and community members residing in those school communities to critical support services for a period of one year, for a fee of $24,000 for the one-year term, exercised by the Director of Finance.

Resolution No. 27-20

A bid from Noce Enterprises Inc. for an estimated quantity of materials, labor, and installation as necessary for water mains, fire hydrants, valves, service connections and appurtenances – Area A, including concrete repair, tree lawn restoration and pavement restoration, all items, for the Division of Water, Department of Public Utilities, for the goods or services, and ending on June 1, 2021, received on October 9, 2019, under the authority of Ordinance No. 1296-18, passed November 26, 2018, which on the basis of the estimated quantity would amount to $4,532,980.00 is affirmed and approved as the lowest and best bid.

Resolution No. 28-20

A bid from Nerone & Sons, Inc. for the public improvement of Morgan Bulkhead Shoreline Protection, all items, under the authority of Ordinance No. 1406-15, passed November 30, 2015, upon a unit price for the improvement in the aggregate amount of $2,527,140.00, for the Division of Water, Department of Public Utilities, received on October 24, 2019, is affirmed and approved as the lowest responsible bid.

Resolution No. 30-20

A bid from RW Clark Co., Inc. for the public improvement of the Kovacic Recreation Center Improvements received on September 18, 2019, under the authority of Ordinance No. 549-17 passed June 5, 2017, upon a gross price basis for the improvement in the aggregate amount of $5,849,355.00 is affirmed and approved as the lowest responsible bid.

Resolution No. 31-20

A bid from Panzica Construction Company for the public improvement of the New Ward 1 Recreation Center at Frederick Douglas Park, received on August 28, 2019, under the authority of Ordinance No. 648-18 passed June 4, 2018, upon a gross price basis for the improvement in the aggregate amount of $15,290,500.00 is affirmed and approved as the lowest responsible bid.

Resolution No. 34-20 (Ward 7)

The City has acquired Permanent Parcel Nos. 106-18-070 and 106-18-092 located at 7504 Redell and 7502 Redell Avenue to sell through the Land Reutilization Program, parcels when certain specified conditions have been met; and WHEREAS, Willie Mae Penny has proposed to the City to purchase the parcels for yard expansion. The consideration for the sale of the parcels
shall be $200.00 each.

BID OPENS – WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2020

File No. 4-20: 2020 A-Water Main Renewal

File No. 5-20: 2020 B-Water Main Renewal

File No. 6-20: Highland Golf Course Irrigation Controls

File No. 7-20: Bridge Deck Repair 2020 Phase 1

File No. 8-20: 2020 Personal Protective Equipment

File No. 9-20: Quicklime

Ordinance No. 1427-2019

Renew Contract No. PS 2018-0059 with Recess Creative, LLC to provide marketing, promotional, public relations and advertising services, including materials, equipment and supplies, necessary to promote Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Burke Lakefront Airport, for the Department of Port Control.

 

 

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