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File #: O-412-20    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/28/2020 In control: Public Utilities Department
On agenda: 10/20/2020 Final action:
Title: Authorizing the appropriation and expenditure of an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 from the Sewer Replacement Fund for the Dewatering System Rebuild Project; authorizing the mayor to advertise, accept bids, execute agreements, contracts and purchase orders for equipment and construction services necessary to facilitate the completion of the Dewatering System Rebuild Project; authorizing the mayor to execute a contract with Alpha Laval for the rebuild of three Belt Filter Presses in an amount not to exceed $564,900; waiving the competitive procurement provisions of TMC Chapter 187; and declaring an emergency.
Attachments: 1. Bullet Points
Label
Dewatering System Rebuild
Division of Water Reclamation
Mike Schreidah (x2607)
(Revised)

Title
Authorizing the appropriation and expenditure of an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 from the Sewer Replacement Fund for the Dewatering System Rebuild Project; authorizing the mayor to advertise, accept bids, execute agreements, contracts and purchase orders for equipment and construction services necessary to facilitate the completion of the Dewatering System Rebuild Project; authorizing the mayor to execute a contract with Alpha Laval for the rebuild of three Belt Filter Presses in an amount not to exceed $564,900; waiving the competitive procurement provisions of TMC Chapter 187; and declaring an emergency.

Body
SUMMARY & BACKGROUND:
It is the intent of this Ordinance to appropriate $1,000,000 from the Sewer Replacement Fund for the Division of Water Reclamation Dewatering System Rebuild Project. The existing equipment and systems are over 30 years of age and are beyond the intended service life. This project will address the complete rebuild of three Belt Filter Presses and associated equipment; some of which includes PLC cabinets, conveyors, feed pumps and polymer system, along with other ancillary systems. This work is necessary to maintain safe, reliable solids process as well as to maintain compliance with the NPDES discharge permit requirements, as set forth by the Ohio EPA.

The fiscal impact of this ordinance is as follows:
- The amount of funds requested: $1,000,000
- The expenditure budget line item: 6073-36000-4UC1920STDSTD
- New revenue generated (operational revenue, grants, if any): none
- Revenue budget line item (if any): none
- Are funds budgeted in the current fiscal year (yes/no)?: no
- Is this a capital project (yes/no)? yes
- If yes, is it new or existing (new/existing)? new
- What section of the City's Strategic Plan does this support:
o Excellence in Basic Services (yes/no) yes
o Quality Community Investment (Livable City, De...

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