Council to consider clean up day
Plan for Fuller Hall hours also on the agenda
The City Council of Webster City review an updated plan for Fuller Hall hours and will discuss a possible CleanUp/DropOff day this summer Monday night during its regular session.
The meeting will be held virtually at 6 p.m., using the Zoom conferencing platform. Members of the public who would like to join the meeting can log onto Zoom using the meeting ID code 880 3526 4164. The meeting will also be carried live on the city’s Facebook page.
The council will also hold a public hearing on the 2020 Sewer Rehabilitation and Repair project will consider the plans and specifications and proposed form of contract for the project which will consist of storm sewer outlet repairs on East Dubuque Street and sanitary sewer repairs on Lincoln Drive, Apple Avenue, Cedar Street and Superior Street.
The bid letting for the project was held April 8. Three bids were received with the lowest bid coming in from Nels Pederson Company Inc. of Badger in the amount of $170,095.
The council will also hold the second reading of a proposed ordinance which would add stop signs at Commerce Drive at Close Drive, and North Terrace Drive at Fairmeadow Drive. According to Project Coordinator Matt Alcazar, requests from residents on the proposed stop signs were brought to the traffic committee.
The council will also award a contract for a concrete crushing project to Mobile Crushing and Recycling Inc. of Otho in the amount of $102,500. According to a memo to the council, 13,000 tons of sub-base material is needed for the Second Street project. The street department has a pile with 10,000 tons of concrete and an additional 6,397 tons will be removed from Second Street during the project. The plan is to crush the used concrete to be used as sub-grade rock material for the project.
A resolution accepting the work and authorizing the final estimate with the final retainage in the amount of $66,99.50 to Jensen Builders Ltd., Fort Dodge, for the completion of the street department maintenance building is expected to be approved.
The council will also consider a resolution entering into Amendment No. 10A on the on-call street paving specialist agreement from Feb. 6, 2017, with Snyder and Associates Inc., in connection with the 2021 Second Street reconstruction project in the amount of $110,300.
A second resolution approving amendment No. 16 to the on-call street paving specialist agreement with Snyder and Associates Inc., for professional services to complete the 2021 HMA Street improvement project is also on the agenda. The project involves street improvements at Betsy Lane from Beach Street to Sunset Drive; Seneca Street from Pleasant Street to Bank Street; Betsy Lane water main replacement; and parking lot reconstruction at the 400 block of First Street, also known as city hall parking lot.
The council will also set a public hearing on an application for voluntary annexation located west of the corporate limits of Webster City.