MAYOR & CITY COUNCIL OF LAUREL
SPECIAL WORK SESSION AGENDA
MONDAY, MARCH 13, 2023 5:45 PM
VIRTUAL ZOOM MEETING
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1. Bid Recommendation - Project No. LA-23-06 Alley Street Improvements
SPECIAL WORK SESSION
MONDAY, MARCH 13, 2023 5:45 P.M.
ZOOM- VIRTUAL MEETING
The meeting convened virtually via Zoom at approximately 5:45 pm with Council President Brencis D. Smith presiding. The roll was called with Councilman James Kole, Councilman Carl DeWalt, Councilman Martin Mitchell, Councilman Keith R. Sydnor and Craig A. Moe, Mayor present.
The following staff members were also present: Christian L Pulley, CPM, City Administrator, Joanne Barr, Deputy City Administrator, Sara A. Green, CMC, City Clerk, Ana Navarro, Executive Assistant to the Mayor, Bill Bailey, Director, Department of Parks and Recreation, Audrey Barnes, Director, Department of Communications, James Cornwell-Shiel, Director, Department of Information Technology, Chief Russell Hamill, LPD, Brian K. Lee, Director, Department of Public Works, Robert Love, Director, Department of Economic and Community Development, Deputy Chief Mark Plazinksi, LPD, S. Michele Saylor, Director, Department of Budget and Personnel Services, Danny Selby, Director, Office of the Fire Marshal and Permit Services, Larry Taub, City Solicitor, Monta Burrough, Deputy Director, Department of Economic and Community Development, Chrissy Cornwell, Emergency Manager, and Sergeant Zachary Rexine, LPD. There were zero (0) members of the public in attendance.
Agenda item No. 1 was the Bid Recommendation for Project No. LA-23-06 Alley Street Improvements. Director Brian K. Lee presented the bid to the Mayor and City Council stating that the bid in the amount of $114,893.00 was being recommended for award to E & R Services, Inc. Councilman Keith R. Sydnor asked if City vehicles would be prohibited on the alley once the repairs were made. Mayor Moe said that the plan was to have all trash and recycling pickup relocated to the front of the properties so that the Department of Public Works’ heavy trash and recycling trucks would not be using the alley moving forward. There being no further questions from the Council, the Council agreed to move forward with the bid recommendation at the 6:00 pm meeting.
There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 5:55 p.m.
Sara A. Green, CMC
Approved: May 22, 2023