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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

Agenda

Town of Mooresville Board of Commissioners

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions

September 8, 2020 6:00 PM

1. Public Comment

2. Call to Order

Invocation Pledge of Allegiance

3. Presentations

3.a Proclamation recognizing September 17-23, 2020 as Constitution Week. 31TUProclamation_ Constitution Week 2020U31T (page 1)

Tagged Interests: recognition

3.b Proclamation in Honor of the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution. 31TWomen's Equality Day Suffrage 100

years (2020).pdf31T (page 2)
Tagged Interests: recognition, suffrage, and equality

3.c Resolution Confirming, And In Support Of The Mayor's Taskforce On Diversity And Inclusion. 31TResolution - Diversity Inclusion Belonging

Taskforce 2020 (FINAL).pdf31T (page 3)
Tagged Interests: diversity

4. Adjustments to the Agenda

5. Consent Agenda

5.a Consider approving a maintenance contract with Services Express in the amount of 60,377.97 for the Town's network switch infrastructure.

Tagged Interests: contract, transportation, and services

5.b Consider approving a three year agreement with Sage Security Solutions, LLC in the amount of 65,544.92 to provide maintenance and support for the

Town's access control system.
Tagged Interests: security and access control

5.c Consider amending the SouthData contract in the amount of 90,000 and to extend it until August 31, 2021. SouthData generates and mails all of the

Town's utility bills. This is the fifth and final extension on this contract.31TSouthData_-_Town_of_Mooresville_Renewal_2020 (1).pdf31T (pages 4)
Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, and contract

5.d Consider a request from the Parkmont HOA to have the speed limit reduced from 35mph to 25mph on all of the streets the Town has accepted for

maintenance in the Parkmont subdivision. 31TParkmont.pdf31T (page 5)
Tagged Interests: streets and subdivision

5.e Consider a request from a citizen on Gum St. to reduce the speed limit to 25mph on Gum St. from W. Statesville Ave. to W. McNeely Ave. Public

Works received the request, the Police Department and Traffic Engineering both agree with this request. 31TGum St,.pdf31T (page 6)
Tagged Interests: law enforcement, public safety, Public Works, public works, engineering, and traffic

5.f Consider a request from a citizen on Lee St. to reduce the speed limit to 25mph on Lee St. from W. Iredell Ave. to the dead end. Public Works

received the request, the Police Department and Traffic Engineering both agree with this request. 31TLee St..pdf31T (page 7)
Tagged Interests: law enforcement, drugs, public safety, Public Works, public works, engineering, and traffic

5.g Consider a request from the Trillium HOA to have the speed limit reduced from 35mph to 25mph on all of the streets the Town has accepted for

maintenance in the Trillium subdivision. 31TTrillium.pdf31T (page 8)
Tagged Interests: streets and subdivision

5.h Consider the purchase of two F450 heavy duty service trucks from Adkins Truck Equipment Company for amounts not to exceed 99,621 each, to replace

water/sewer maintenance vehicles 7145 and 7212. These replacement vehicles were budgeted in FY21.
Tagged Interests: equipment, sewer, budget, utility, Utility, transportation, water, and purchasing

5.i Consider the purchase of a ACMD42 Class 8 AutoCar cab and chassis from Advantage Truck Center NC for 150,390 and a New Way sidewinder XTR 20

cubic yard body from Amick Equipment for 132,800. The total purchase will be 283,190. Both of these items are on the NCSA Contract 19-03-0504R. Funds for this truck were budgeted in the FY21 Sanitation Departments approved budget.
Tagged Interests: funding, equipment, budget, solid waste, contract, transportation, and purchasing

5.j Consider purchasing a new crane truck (chassis and body) from Adkins Truck Equipment Company for an amount not to exceed 82,251 for the

water/sewer maintenance department. This is a replacement vehicle and was budgeted in FY21.
Tagged Interests: equipment, sewer, budget, utility, Utility, transportation, water, and purchasing

5.k Consider a request from the Fire-Rescue department to purchase 2 staff vehicles from Randy Marion Chevrolet. Vehicles were approved in the FY 21

budget.
Tagged Interests: budget and purchasing

5.l Consider reclassifying a Park Services Maintenance Technician II in pay grade 343 to a Park Services Maintenance Technician III in pay grade 344.

The Park Services Maintenance Technician III title is a new title. The Parks and Recreation would like to create the Park Services Maintenance Technician III position to strengthen the career ladder and career growth opportunities within this department.
Tagged Interests: services, parks, Title I, growth, and recreation

5.m Consider approving the annual contract in the amount of 100,000 with All Sports Officials to provide referees, umpires and scorekeepers for youth

and adult athletic leagues. 31TSTalbert20081214320.pdf31T (pages 9-10)
Tagged Interests: contract, youth, athletics, and sports

5.n Consider approval of a lease agreement with GPSi to provide GPS units for all golf carts. Original agreement was approved in the budget;

therefore, no budget amendment is necessary.
Tagged Interests: leasing, budget, and golf

5.o Consider a request from Parks Recreation to approve newly established fees for renting a Tempo Walk unit ( 10 for 18 holes or 90 monthly) and for

club regripping ( 1.50 per club) at the Mooresville Golf Club. 31TNew_Golf_Cart_Fees__002_ (1).pdf31T (page 11)
Tagged Interests: parks, golf, and recreation

5.p Consider entering into locally administered supplemental agreement 2 WBS-45508.3.1 with the NCDOT for an additional 641,000 (79 ) of

reimbursement with a required local match of 170,393 (21 ) for a total of 811,393 from Surface Transportation Block Grant Program Funds (STBGDA) for TIP C-5531 (Mooresville School Network) and amend the project ordinance budgets accordingly. 31TMooresville_C-5531_2ndSA_Supplemental_9422.pdf 31T 31T2019 Street Bond Holding Amendment 11 09.08.20.docx31T 31TMooresville School Sidewalk Amendment 6 09.08.20.xlsx31T 31TMooresville School Network Sidewalk Amendment 6 09.08.20.docx31T 31T2019 Street Bond Holding Amendment 11 09.08.20.xlsx31T (pages 12-21)
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, ordinance, economic development, streets, budget, bond, transportation, program, education, and Pedestrian

5.q Consider approving Change Order 1 for B N Grading, Inc. on the West McLelland Improvements Project for an amount not to exceed 66,750.35 for

additional paving, milling and striping from the Burger King entrance to Highway 150. This was not in the original project limits but staff felt like this project would be incomplete if it was not addressed. This will increase the contract amount from 3,080,271.57 to 3,147,021.92. 31TChange Order Final.pdf31T 31TMcLelland Change Order.pdf31T (pages 22-23)
Tagged Interests: pavement, highway, economic development, restaurants, contract, and grading

5.r Consider approving a Utility Relocation Agreement with Duke Energy on the West Wilson Improvements Project for an amount not to exceed 410,366.70

for utility relocates within the project area and amend project ordinance budgets accordingly while adding interest through July 31, 2020. 31TAgreement Package-_West Wilson_Duke Energy.pdf31T 31TWest Wilson Amendment Attachment 8 09.08.20.xlsx31T 31TWest Wilson Amendment 8 09.08.20.docx31T 31T2019 Street Bond Holding Amendment 12 09.08.20 (1).xlsx31T 31T2019 Street Bond Holding Amendment 12 09.08.20 (1).docx31T (pages 24-40)
Tagged Interests: duke energy, ordinance, economic development, streets, budget, utility, bond, Utility, electric, natural gas, and energy

5.s Consider approving Overrun Agreement 1 with Blythe Development Co. in an amount not to exceed 71,004.78 for additional work on NC 115/NC 150

Intersection Improvement Project C- 5200. This agreement will increase the contract amount from 1,135,735.76 to 1,206,261.91. This agreement covers line item overruns within the original contract. These overruns do not require a supplemental agreement with NCDOT but are eligible for reimbursement within the NCDOT locally administered agreement with the Town of Mooresville. 31TC-5200_Overrun_Agreement.pdf31T (page 41)
Tagged Interests: economic development, development, contract, and Development

5.t Consider approving projects for the CRTPO discretionary grant submission. 31TCRTPO Grant Staff Report.pdf31T (pages 42-43)

Tagged Interests: grant and economic development

5.u Consider approving a 85,000 contract with Habitat for Humanity for critical home repairs. 31TCritical Home Repair Contract Packet.pdf31T (pages

44-54)
Tagged Interests: contract

5.v Consider a request from the Police Department to purchase twenty (20) mobile radios for 20 vehicles in the amount of 104,124. Funds were approved

in the FY2021 budget.
Tagged Interests: law enforcement, funding, radio, budget, public safety, purchasing, and Enhanced 911

5.w Consider adopting a Resolution to Surplus and Dispose of Surplus Police Vehicles. The Basic Law Enforcement Training program at Mitchell

Community College is interested in obtaining five (5) vehicles that the Town of Mooresville has taken out of service. G.S. 160A-279 of the North Carolina General Statutes permits the donation of property to entities carrying out a public purpose.31TAgenda_Item-_Vehicle_Resolution_09082020.pdf31T 31TMCC_request_letter-2.pdf31T (pages 55-56)
Tagged Interests: law enforcement, donation, public safety, Donation, transportation, surplus, program, training, property, and university

5.x Consider accepting with appreciation a 1,940 cash donation from the staff at Epic Chophouse and amending the Parks and Recreation budget

accordingly. Funds will be used to purchase a memorial bench for long-time employee, Jason Anderson. The bench will be placed in John Franklin Moore Park. 31TGF - Rec Admin 09.08.20 bench donation.xlsx31T (page 57)
Tagged Interests: funding, budget, donation, Donation, purchasing, parks, and recreation

5.y Consider accepting with appreciation donations to the Mooresville Public Library by Mary and William Babcock in memory of Joanna Rehm in the

amount of 50. The donations will be used for purchase of large print materials.
Tagged Interests: donation, Donation, materials, purchasing, and library

5.z Consider an amendment to rollover funds donated to the Library from Fiscal Year 2020, which the Library was unable to spend for their designated

purpose due to COVID-19, into Fiscal Year 2021. 31TGF - Library 09.08.20 donations from FY20.xlsx31T (page 58)
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, donation, Donation, and library

5.aa Consider a request from the Christian Mission to close North Main Street and North Broad Street from West Iredell Avenue to Moor Avenue on

November 26, 2020 from 7:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. for the annual Turkey Trot 5k. 31T2020 Turkey Trot route and map.pdf31T 31TSocial Distancing Guidelines.pdf31T (pages 59-60)
Tagged Interests: streets

5.ab Consider adopting a Resolution authorizing the Town to enter into agreements with Mooresville Graded School District, Iredell Statesville

Schools, Rowan Salisbury Schools, and Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools for operation of remote learning facilities pursuant to emergency rules enacted by the NC Childcare Commission in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This will allow the Parks and Recreation Department to offer its Rec-Academy program for the upcoming year which will allow the Town to offer Selma Burke, War Memorial, and Winnie Hooper to serve as a remote learning facility to provide a space for school aged children to participate in virtual and self-paced learning throughout the day. 31TResolution_-_Remote_Learning_Facilities.pdf31T (page 61)
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, facility, boards and commissions, program, emergency, parks, education, Child Care, and recreation

5.ac Consider authorizing the Mayor to execute a Release Deed, releasing property known as Lot 9 of the Mooresville Business Park East from a Deed of

Trust recorded in Book 2220, Page 2349, Iredell County Registry. The South Iredell Community Development Corp. is selling Lot 9, and the release will be held until closing and recorded upon receipt of proceeds from the sale. 31TRelease_Deed_for_Town_of_Mooresville_Lot_9_Mooresville_Business_Park_east31T (pages 62-63)
Tagged Interests: business, economic development, sale, development, parks, Development, property, and community development

6. Regular Agenda

6.a PUBLIC HEARING to consider an economic incentive agreement for FITT USA, Inc. (Project Coupling)

Tagged Interests: economic development, hearing, and incentive

6.b ZONING ESTABLISHMENT request from the Town of Mooresville for property located at 245 Rocky River Road. Consider a ZONING ESTABLISHMENT request

from the Town of Mooresville for property located at 245 Rocky River Road to go from County Residential Agriculture (RA) to municipal Single Family Residential-2 (R2). 31TEZ 2020-07 245 Rocky River Rd Packet.pdf31T
Tagged Interests: road, agriculture, zoning, watershed, and property

6.c REZONING request from Land South of MB Mooresville I, LLC and Michael Ogden for properties located at 207 215 South Broad Street. Consider a

REZONING request from Land South of MB Mooresville I, LLC and Michael Ogden for properties located at 207 215 South Broad Street to go from Corridor Mixed Use (CMX) to Town Center (TC). 31TCZC-2020-21 207 215 South Broad Packet.pdf31T
Tagged Interests: streets, zoning, and corridor

6.d TEXT AMENDMENT request from the Town of Mooresville to allow above ground electrified fences. Consider a TEXT AMENDMENT request from the Town of

Mooresville to allow above ground electrified fences. 31TTA_2020-03_ElecFence_Packet.pdf31T

6.e REQUEST FOR UTILITY SERIVCE from Prestige Development for properties located at 2221 Charlotte Highway. 31TUtility Ext Request- 2221 Charlotte

Hwy Packet.pdf31T
Tagged Interests: highway, utility, development, Utility, and Development

6.f AWARD OF CONTRACT- Northside Pump Station Improvements Consider awarding a construction contract to Brushy Mountain Builders, Inc. in an amount

not to exceed 687,500.00 for the Northside Pump Station Improvements Project and subsequent budget amendments. This work consists of construction of a new concrete structure and installation of an automatic bar screen at the Northside Pump Station, located at the end of Rockhopper Lane, in the Crosby Woods Subdivision. 31TRecommendation Letter 20 Aug 20.pdf31T 31TBid Tabulation Northside.pdf31T 31TUF - Pump Maintenance 09.08.20 Northside Pump Station Improvements .pdf31T
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, construction, economic development, budget, contract, and subdivision

7. Manager's Report

Tagged Interests: manager

8. New Business

Tagged Interests: business

9. Closed Session

a. Consult with Attorney- G.S. 143-318.11(a)(3) b. Economic Development- G.S. 143-318.11(a)(4) c. Personnel- G.S. 143-318.11(a)(6)

Tagged Interests: legal, economic development, development, personnel, and Development

10. Adjournment