Minutes of the Price Redevelopment Agency Meeting
City Hall: Price,
Boardmembers: Laurie Tryon
1. MINUTES- June 14, 2006,
MOTION. Boardmember Hanna-Smith
moved that the minutes of the
2. BID OPENING-Sewer Pump Station
are funds available to construct a portion of the proposed improvements in the
Price Business & Industrial Park at
3. BID OPENING-Electrical Parts for Light Restoration.
City staff are restoring 4 old (1930's) street light poles (two lights each) for installation in the City Hall parking lot. Restoration work on the poles, arms and top ornament is being done by the streets maintenance crew. A.) Electrical replacement components are needed such as light globes, ballasts, light bulbs, sockets, wiring and other incidentals. B.) Consultation with a lighting contractor or electrical supplier will be needed to design and provide technical support for the lighting configuration. C.) Depending on the complexity of the lighting component installation contracted labor may be needed. Request for quotations were solicited. The estimated expense for schedules A, B & C is $4,662.00. Bids can include all schedules together or separately.
The following bid was received for the Old Street Light Restoration
TR Electric $1,744.44
MOTION. Councilmember Nielson moved that Staff review the bid as it was the only bid turned in and move forward as necessary. Motion seconded by Councilmember McEvoy and carried.
4. RESOLUTION- Recent laws in the RDA laws recommend a change of name from The Price City Redevelopment Agency to the Price City Community Development and Renewal
Agency. The name change does not affect anything except the name. MOTION. Coucilmember Tatton approved the adoption of Resolution 2006-03R changing the name of The
Price City Redevelopment Agency to read Price City Community Development and Renewal Agency. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hanna-Smith and carried.
MOTION. Councilmember McEvoy moved that the meeting adjourn and that the Council Meeting reconvene. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hanna-Smith and carried.
Laurie Tryon, Dep. Exec. Dir.