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Welcome to Public Projects Committee, our first. 00:00:00
Order of business is approval of the minutes. 00:00:03
When? 00:00:05
Of committee members have had a chance to review. I would entertain a motion to approve 2nd and seconded any discussion. All in 00:00:06
favor, say aye. 00:00:10
Minutes are approved. New business. Item number one is approval of change order number one with Goldman contractors for the Ed 00:00:15
Love Water Treatment Plant and Water distribution. 00:00:20
Project Phase B Additional 134 calendar days. Welcome, Kimberly. 00:00:25
Hello, this is just what that says. It's a no cost 134 day calendar day extension on on this particular project and this was due 00:00:30
to equipment delays. 00:00:34
So when will that actually push the completion date? 00:00:40
Just out the 134 days, so towards the end of the year. 00:00:44
OK, questions. 00:00:48
So equipment's been ordered. It's not coming in. We're giving them $134. 00:00:52
Motion second moved and seconded. All in favor? Say aye. 00:00:57
Item number two is approval of Change Order number 2 with Double Diamond Construction Company. 00:01:01
For lift station 10 and 11 upgrades total is $45,042.03. 00:01:05
And an additional 305 days, Kimberly. So the time extension, the 305 day extension is again for material. 00:01:11
And equipment delays us more equipment delays. 00:01:18
Some of the larger pieces and then also some of the VFD. 00:01:21
The electrical components and things like that and then the cost, the additional $45,000 is additional work that we identify that 00:01:24
needed to be done that we were not. 00:01:29
Fully aware of prior to the project starting. 00:01:34
So like for instance, we couldn't match the existing brick, so we're painting the building, there's some check valves that needed 00:01:37
to be replaced, some different things like that. Does this take this project completion next summer? 00:01:43
Yeah, right. No. 00:01:49
Should be towards the end of the calendar year, next year, next year, OK. 00:01:51
Questions committee members. 00:01:56
If not, I would entertain a motion to approve. 00:02:04
Select. 00:02:14
Moved and seconded all in favor. Say aye, aye. 00:02:14
Item number two is approved. 00:02:17
Item number three is Approval Task Order Directive #2 with Duncan Coker Associates for Downtown University Blvd. Corridor 00:02:19
Improvement projects the total of $70,100. Mike, good afternoon. This Task Order Directive #2. 00:02:26
Is to for Duncan Coker to create the master plan for this corridor section. 00:02:34
DoD number one was the survey work and and the so forth. So this is. 00:02:40
This is moving on forward with generating a master plan. 00:02:44
Questions. 00:02:50
So. 00:02:51
Come on. 00:02:52
One y'all think. 00:03:00
So when we approve this today, what do y'all think? 00:03:03
You would have the master plan. 00:03:06
Proposal ready. 00:03:08
Suppose I think we'd have the first draft in 60 to 90 days. 00:03:10
From which obviously we get stakeholder input. That's what this has been all about. You know, we've gone through multiple 00:03:15
iterations of this thing so far. 00:03:18
And that was part of the next question. Does anything we've done previously? 00:03:22
Salvageable and usable. 00:03:26
And to Absolutely, absolutely. You know, we're gonna, we're gonna reduce. 00:03:29
What we had in the federal when the federal funding was part of it, we're going to take that and scale it back and get it to 00:03:33
something more manageable construction cost wise. 00:03:36
And constructible. 00:03:41
And so when you take input from stakeholders. 00:03:44
Give me some examples of. 00:03:47
Who? 00:03:50
Who do you go out to to get thoughts? 00:03:51
On what should be included in the plan, I think it's you all. Of course, UA representatives. We tossed around the idea of doing a 00:03:54
community meeting. I think that's still on the table. 00:03:58
That way cause I mean we're setting the, we're about to invent the recipe for the phased approach to building this project. So I 00:04:03
think a community meeting would be in order. 00:04:07
Absolute must. 00:04:13
Do you have a radius? 00:04:16
And which you're going to? 00:04:18
Gravitate toward the stakeholders in the community where they needed. 00:04:19
I'm I'm thinking generally the project corridor councillor. This this the same corridor from before lurline to the stadium. 00:04:25
Both of Y'all's districts and include both offices. 00:04:33
All right. Well. 00:04:41
Umm. 00:04:43
I'm happy to see this thing. 00:04:43
Moving, moving. Yes, Sir. And let's. 00:04:46
Let's get the input so we don't have to. 00:04:51
Take the arrows afterwards and then get started. I'll make a motion to approve. 00:04:54
And seconded any discussion all in favor say aye, item number three is approved. 00:04:58
Item number four is Approval. 00:05:04
Balancing change order to the construction contract with John Plott Company for Campus Area Water Distribution System Improvements 00:05:06
Project. That's a mouthful. 00:05:09
Deductive total 160,680 two 44 Mike, Yes Sir. So as as you just read this is the balance of change order. 00:05:13
And it is a deduct from the. 00:05:22
From the contract of approximately $160,000. 00:05:25
A little more detail of that there. You know that we were in a funding agreement with university so. 00:05:29
There was some overruns and underruns, some overruns with the university under runs with the city. 00:05:35
Our savings component of this is. 00:05:43
Almost $290,000 but the. 00:05:45
Total contract changes to 16682. 00:05:48
How does that go ahead? 00:05:53
Yes, Sir. 00:05:56
Can can you? Kind of. 00:05:57
Give to us. 00:05:58
Were brought on this. 00:05:59
Ohh. 00:06:01
Deducting. 00:06:02
Deduction. 00:06:03
OK. So any contract like this, there's estimated quantities that that the contractor bids on at the end of the project. There's an 00:06:04
accounting of what they actually used, what did they install? 00:06:10
So some numbers are are greater, some numbers are lower, and the balancing component is. 00:06:17
You know how much of it went over versus how much of it went under? 00:06:23
So that's how that's how those dollar amounts are arrived. You know this was. 00:06:26
This one's a little complicated because there was two partners and two pots of money. You know, they created this amount. 00:06:31
So Mike the. 00:06:39
Then I was having problems approving deductive. 00:06:42
Settlements. 00:06:44
I I do I do want to understand that I I got a little loss. 00:06:45
And the difference in net deduction. 00:06:50
Of 288 and the. 00:06:53
160. 00:06:57
Is it that the universities? 00:06:58
We were in it for 5.7, They were in it for 1.4, right? Yes, Sir, our 5.7. 00:07:02
Went down to 188,000. 00:07:09
There 1.4. 00:07:13
Went up 128, Is that the deal? 00:07:16
Yes, Sir, that is, that is correct. 00:07:19
And so when you net those two, it's 160. 00:07:21
That yes. 00:07:26
Yeah. 00:07:27
Is that is that just a financial? 00:07:29
Cost sharing, In other words, we figured, hey, this. 00:07:32
This deal is going to cost 5.7. 00:07:35
$7 million. 00:07:38
You are, you take. 00:07:40
1.4 and we'll take. 00:07:43
5.7. 00:07:46
Is is it just a financial division? 00:07:49
Or it is a division of which such sectors? 00:07:51
Of the work is being done. 00:07:56
You understand what I'm asking? 00:07:59
Yeah. 00:08:02
So the financial Division I think is very simple. 00:08:03
Is it 1 contract that we're just splitting the? 00:08:07
Dollar cost stone or is it a contract? 00:08:10
With two construction components, you're doing that one and you're doing that one. That's basically it. The second one, the second 00:08:14
one that, well, why are we not? 00:08:18
So the 288,000 was a saving on our portion. That's right. 00:08:25
And their portion. 00:08:30
Went up 128 yeah maybe think of it and and we know there was lines on on on multiple streets but. 00:08:31
The university had a component of that water line distribution that was. 00:08:38
Their financial obligation that that segment of pipeline. 00:08:43
They made some changes and asked for some additions in that part of their pipeline. 00:08:48
You know our our side. 00:08:54
Of the pipeline that that we were contributing money to, there was probably some changes as well. 00:08:56
But the deduct amount. 00:09:02
To the city is the 288. 00:09:04
There was an increase. 00:09:06
On the university side by a small amount. 00:09:08
But when you add the two together and it's and it's just one contract, the one contractor, you just got 2 two sources of money to 00:09:12
pay that contractor. The result is is the deduct and the total contract amount. 00:09:18
So it's just a financial split, There's not. 00:09:25
On the one contract, there's not. 00:09:28
2. 00:09:31
Two components scopes of work. 00:09:32
1. 00:09:34
That's right, I may have misunderstood. I hadn't seen it. 00:09:36
Amendment to the funding agreement with USA for for UA to increase the amount they're funding on Finance Committee today. 00:09:40
OK. 00:09:47
I thought I followed this. Walk me through that again, please, Mr. Johnson. 00:09:50
Yeah, now I've now I've gotten into it. 00:09:55
So the there was there was a total contract. 00:09:58
Amount. 00:10:02
And they were going to pay X amount, We were going to pay Y amount of it. 00:10:03
Then there's been some, there's been some deduction in our cost, right? Some we can't. We came out better on some of the pay 00:10:06
items. 00:10:09
They came out worse on some of the pay items and so the. 00:10:13
The. 00:10:17
Total amount including their increase in our in our deduction. 00:10:18
Create a smaller deduction. 00:10:22
So we're amending the funding agreement with USA. 00:10:24
For them to pay us the increase, the increase because of them, yes. So we're not paying the university. 00:10:27
No, Sir. No, Sir. They're they're paying you follow motion to approve. 00:10:33
2nd. 00:10:37
All in favor, say aye, item number four is approved item number 5. 00:10:39
Approval to enter into minor public works contract with SD Bund Construction for the Woodridge Dr. Drainage repair total is 00:10:43
25,000. 00:10:47
9:30 please welcome plant. 00:10:50
Good afternoon, good afternoon. Yes, Sir. Like you said, some minor public works construction contract with T Bun. 00:10:52
So where we're at right now is at the intersection of Woodridge Dr. and Woodward Wood Ridge Crest Dr. there's a just a hole that's 00:11:00
been holding water for a very long time. 00:11:05
It's caused some cracks and damage to the surface, the asphalt right there and so we're wanting to come in and regrade it. 00:11:10
So that the water properly drains off off that end of the intersection right there. 00:11:19
I believe there's some pictures that kind of show. 00:11:23
Show what's going on as well. 00:11:26
But umm. 00:11:29
Yes Sir. So this will come out of the Neighborhoods drainage fund. 00:11:31
Um. 00:11:35
Us. 00:11:36
The start of work will be about 30 days after we award it. 00:11:37
And it shouldn't take too long so. 00:11:41
Yes, Sir. 00:11:43
Second, second all in favor, say aye. 00:11:45
Item number 5 is approved. 00:11:48
Item number six is approval of a minor public works contract with SERVE Pro for Mold Remediation and Environmental Services. The 00:11:50
total? 00:11:53
$970 Eric Well. 00:11:57
Hello. So this is to remediate mold over DSD. This is actually coming out of the ESD account and we're going through just cleaning 00:12:01
up some. 00:12:05
Water issues that they have in one of their rooms. 00:12:10
Motion. 00:12:12
Second moved and seconded. All in favor, say aye aye, Item number six is approved, item number 7. 00:12:13
Approval of a minor public works contract with Triple J Tree to remove a tree at 32, 103rd Ave. The total is $3200. Craig, 00:12:19
welcome. 00:12:23
Thank you, Sir. Good afternoon, Council. 00:12:28
Like I said, it's just going into a minor public works contract with Triple J for 3200 for a tree that Councilman Near brought to 00:12:31
us. One of his constituents called him. 00:12:35
Tree was damaged in the storm and we want to take care of it. 00:12:39
It is a tree that is in the right of way. 00:12:43
But. 00:12:46
Second moved second all in favor? Say aye. 00:12:49
Item number seven is approved. Item number 8 is authorization for the Mayor to submit the FY20. 00:12:53
FAA pre application for the Airport Improvement program. Welcome Jeff. 00:13:00
Good afternoon. This is our annual request for consideration for any of our eligible projects from both MFA programs and all DOTS 00:13:04
programs. 00:13:09
This is the central location that we communicate all those projects that we want to be considered. 00:13:14
That will eventually be followed on by specific grant application for each individual individual project. There's L .5050 grant, 00:13:18
there's entitlement grants, there's discretionary grants. 00:13:23
And then there's airport terminal grants under the bipartisan infrastructure law. 00:13:28
So this application is our most current list of projects that we're looking at for for 5/24. 00:13:32
And the list of projects goes to. 00:13:38
It flows through our dot and then it will eventually go to the airport district office. All of it goes to L dot first and then it 00:13:42
starts branching out to the most applicable. 00:13:47
Grant program, he goes to that one office within the FAA. They start bouncing around all the projects from both Mississippi and 00:13:52
Alabama. So this is our representation for Tuscaloosa's projects that we're interested in. They try to see what how many projects 00:13:58
they can fund out of the the total funding that they get from between the two states. 00:14:04
Except for the L dot L dot just looks at their own project and see what they can. 00:14:10
Administrators to the city. 00:14:13
Monsieur. Yes, Sir. I want to thank Jeff for being here. 00:14:16
I have the opportunity to sit down with him and to go over all the various details and things that are coming with the airport and 00:14:20
I think he and his team are working very hard to make sure that we get the best. 00:14:27
Quality. 00:14:34
Ohh like no other. 00:14:35
In our airport as well as the. 00:14:37
Of good people to work there and do the things that we need to do as we make upgrades and as we prepare for the future. 00:14:39
So I would like to. 00:14:47
Make a motion. 00:14:48
That we accept is. 00:14:50
Ohh presentation. 00:14:51
2nd. 00:14:53
Before we vote. 00:14:56
Jeff, once you turn in this application, then we will get together and go specifically back to what we're asking for and what the 00:14:57
requirements would be. 00:15:01
That you feel like for us to be competitive because I know when you and I. 00:15:06
Talked about this. 00:15:10
It's kind of like some of these Rd. projects. The more money that we put up, the better chance we've got right in order to receive 00:15:11
these particular grants or hopefully maybe an earmark or something, correct? 00:15:16
Typically the the most of our grant applications are just based off the justification of the project. Is it? 00:15:21
Rightfully designed for the type of airport we have. The exception is the airport terminal. 00:15:28
Program where there's. 00:15:32
$1 billion across the country. 00:15:34
You start sorting that out amongst 3800, it becomes very competitive. So we're at year three of that program. 00:15:37
We've applied different ways towards the program. We've done 100% funding we've looked at. 00:15:45
8515% funding. 00:15:50
There's only about 100 airports. 00:15:53
Nationwide. 00:15:56
About 20 airports our size, so we're fighting over about 100 million. 00:15:57
So the average is about one to seven, one to 8,000,000 for the grant awards for our size airports. 00:16:01
For Alabama, Huntsville got the first grant out of that program last year, Fairhope. 00:16:07
Was the only airport in Alabama that got this. 00:16:13
10 million. 00:16:16
About Fairhope 2. 00:16:17
So you have out of the billion available once you start tearing it? 00:16:21
They tear it first by. 00:16:25
Size, right. So your big metro area airports they may take. 00:16:28
750 million right off the top, it's the 100. 00:16:32
Million that's left for airports of our size, that's correct across the country. 00:16:37
There's a statute that a minimum of 100 million must stay protected for our size airport, so that's what we're. 00:16:42
Up against other communities and trying to. 00:16:47
To to make it appropriate application. So I think like Mr. Norman, Mr. Crow was saying that. 00:16:50
The mower aggressive, we can show that we're you know willing to partner and leverage that funding. I think that makes us more 00:16:56
competitive. 00:16:59
What's an example of more aggressive partnering local share versus asking for 100% federal share? 00:17:02
To to back up Mr. Busby's question. 00:17:11
You said that airports of our size, the top that they usually received, you say 7 million, this last year was just over 7 million 00:17:14
I believe. I think the year before I think it went all the way up to 15,000,000. So every year is going to be a little bit 00:17:19
different, but. 00:17:23
Not avail. 00:17:29
And whatever happens. 00:17:30
So this is a preliminary part of the discussion. We we definitely invite you to continue more in depth about our approach and our 00:17:32
why we're recommending this application. 00:17:36
Of September 29th at a Lunch and Learn workshop with City Council. The next step following that will be the specific application 00:17:40
for the terminal. 00:17:45
And that's October 19th. So this is not the one time to to make this ask. 00:17:49
We'll provide more information here later this month. 00:17:53
That's good. 00:17:57
Ohh, there's a motion and 2nd on the table on all in favor, say aye aye. 00:17:59
The motion is approved. 00:18:04
Thank you, Jeff for your hard work on this. Thank you. Item number 9 is authorization to enter into a contract with Lance 00:18:06
Hollowell. 00:18:09
Holloway Productions Holloway Holloway Productions For production of video be used for police recruitment efforts. The total 00:18:13
$15,000. Richard This is a contract that will get. 00:18:18
All of our assets for the entire. 00:18:24
Upcoming campaign completed, so this will handle all of the video. This is actually a little bit misleading where it says 00:18:27
production of a video. 00:18:31
So this will be all of the video work and all of the photography work for the whole campaign and this will actually give us. 00:18:35
A 5 minute video that they can take on the road with them. 00:18:42
A one minute video that we can put on social media and over the top ads or YouTube or that we can really use to target specific 00:18:45
individuals and then a 30 second ad that we can put on cable TV. So this will handle all the video work and then any photos that 00:18:51
we need for the campaign going forward. 00:18:57
Where's the funding come from, doctor? Is that this is from that public safety? 00:19:04
That's funded. That's in communications. 00:19:08
It's in communications. 00:19:11
Within the public. 00:19:13
Safety line? Yes, Sir. That's exactly right. 00:19:15
And it's this. 00:19:19
Coming out of 2423. 00:19:21
This is actually coming out of 23 because so about. 00:19:23
I don't know, and Kevin might be able to answer this a little better than I could, but about halfway through the year. 00:19:27
We paused and Brent Chief said hey, OK, So what we're doing right now, we've got this type of campaign I would really like to see 00:19:33
us move more towards. 00:19:37
This style of a campaign. 00:19:41
And so we're using this to create new assets going forward. 00:19:43
Yes, Sir. 00:19:47
OK. 00:19:49
So. 00:19:52
Second, second all in favor, say aye item number 9 is approved. 00:19:53
Well, we saved the best for last. 00:19:58
MLK Jack Warner Parkway approval, Project update. Mr. Carney, welcome. 00:20:01
Good to see you, Brian. Good afternoon. Good to see you. Excited to have you back. You thought you were late. 00:20:07
So yeah, I've got a. 00:20:16
87 slide PowerPoint. 00:20:19
Good. 00:20:22
Trying to make a joke. 00:20:25
You've got you've got a long time. How can I turn it off? I've got a brief presentation. 00:20:26
I've got. 00:20:32
About four slides and then a cool drone video to show you at the end. We'll just kind of recap. 00:20:33
Ohh what's going on with our e-mail? OK Jackie wanted Parkway project so. 00:20:38
If you can, go to the first slide. 00:20:42
Oh, I got the. 00:20:46
So I want to start with a. 00:20:52
No review of the phases. You know the project has been broken out in 3 phases and you might ask. 00:20:54
Why did we break the project out in phases? Phase one. 00:21:02
Is. You can see it on the screen in the yellow. 00:21:05
Phase, you know, phase one is complete. Phase red is under construction. 00:21:08
And the green is phase three. 00:21:12
That we're optimistic to get the bids later this year, early next year. 00:21:14
But why do we break out in the phases so in 2020? 00:21:19
We were Phase one was ready to go. 00:21:23
But we were still dealing with the railroad on phase three. 00:21:25
And for phase two? 00:21:28
We had. 00:21:30
The decision to. 00:21:33
Put the utilities underground. 00:21:34
Their overhead utilities to put those underground came a little bit lighter in the design. 00:21:36
So that part of the project wasn't ready so. 00:21:39
In order to you know get what we could under construction get that going to take advantage of those prices that time and. 00:21:42
Avoid the continuous rising prices. We've let phase one in 2020. 00:21:50
And then phase two came later. Once that design was complete in the late 21, that project was bid. 00:21:55
It's still ongoing. 00:22:02
I'm still on going and I'll get to that. 00:22:03
Ohh. 00:22:06
And then phase three, of course we've we've been engaged with the railroad. 00:22:07
We we've been engaged with the railroad since 2017 on this effort and so at that time we've. 00:22:10
We had a pre design where the rubber company was. 00:22:15
You know, we told them what we want to do and they're, you know, they're we. 00:22:19
Enter to an agreement to. 00:22:22
Ohh enter into that process where? 00:22:24
You know. 00:22:27
We're getting. 00:22:28
Permissions to. 00:22:29
Reconstruct 2 railroad bridges. 00:22:31
Umm. 00:22:34
With their, you know, with them as a partner, meaning like their review and their input and those kind of things. 00:22:35
So. 00:22:41
Ohm. 00:22:43
But again, we've been working with them. They're aware of the project, They're excited about the project. 00:22:44
Ohh. 00:22:48
And based on our most recent discussions, I like, I'm optimistic that we're going to get this thing to bid by the end of the year, 00:22:49
early next year, so. 00:22:53
One more thing is. 00:22:58
You're optimistic we're going to get phase three to bid. 00:23:01
By early 24. 00:23:06
And how long will that if, if things go well, how long will it take to do phase three to get all this? 00:23:09
Two years. 00:23:14
The construction. 00:23:15
So couple things to point on this overall exhibit. 00:23:18
The this. 00:23:21
That's right here. 00:23:23
That's what we call the Southern Spur Rd. and we have that currently in our places of. 00:23:24
An alternate. 00:23:28
Just want to make you aware that and then the. 00:23:29
The cyan color layer. 00:23:31
Is the Western River wall or? 00:23:33
What color did you call it? 00:23:36
Science. 00:23:39
That light blue. 00:23:43
OK, go ahead. 00:23:45
That's the end of the Western Wall. Phase three will come in and create that. 00:23:48
Connectivity with the shared use path of standing. 00:23:53
Of all the northern period under the. 00:23:56
Ideally constructed mainline rail bridge and then connecting to the existing. 00:23:59
Pedestrian system on the east side of the. 00:24:05
And Brian, you said the the Southern Spur Rd. 00:24:08
Currently showed in there as a. 00:24:12
Alternate or alternative? Yeah, my name will get a price on it. 00:24:14
And that's made whether to move forward with that component of the project. 00:24:20
Yeah. 00:24:27
Yes, Sir. 00:24:29
CRC. 00:24:30
Is lukewarm. 00:24:32
On that and. 00:24:33
There's, there's multiple discussions on that and so the decision was let's get an alternate and then we will. 00:24:35
With the. 00:24:42
The Road Commission will make a decision. 00:24:42
OK. 00:24:45
And and did you say that you talk separately about the phase two, I've got appropriately coated in red? 00:24:46
And I was going to ask you about phase two, Brian. Phase two, shouldn't that be the timeline for that? 00:24:55
Because many people thought they had. 00:25:01
Stop but. 00:25:03
The the SO phase two date and open date. 00:25:04
Yeah. So phase two. 00:25:08
Bro, I got slowed down this summer about problems with utility companies getting them. 00:25:10
On the schedule to relocate their utilities you you know this is a problem that. 00:25:15
Like I learned a couple weeks ago, you guys dealing with the same kind of problem on the road they're constructing. 00:25:21
Plus no hidden port. 00:25:25
Ohh. 00:25:27
You know, one specific is. 00:25:28
We had the utility companies relocating or their stuff had been relocated. 00:25:30
The gas company. 00:25:35
Ohh. 00:25:37
They do a design, it's coordinated with our design, so when they relocate, it's not in the way again. 00:25:40
When they relocate it. 00:25:45
They didn't follow their own design, they put it in the way again, so they had to relocate it twice. 00:25:47
So this is the kind of thing that slowed down this project over the summer? 00:25:51
The now at this point, the utilities are out of the way. 00:25:55
Our contractors back on site. 00:25:58
The western half of the road is closed. You if you've seen, if you've been down there, you've seen that you know. 00:26:00
For a long time it was you could get you could go eastbound with through traffic. 00:26:05
No, through traffic, everybody has local access that's maintained. 00:26:09
But again the West half is closed, the projections on the schedule with that or that? 00:26:13
Ohh about after the Tennessee game. 00:26:19
They should be done with that western half. 00:26:21
And then we'll flip it. They'll do the eastern half focus on that. 00:26:23
And and and in conjunction with that the Western half will be closed again local. 00:26:27
Access will be maintained. 00:26:31
And then the projection is for them to be done. 00:26:33
By the the end of November 11, 3023. 00:26:35
So that's the the phase two schedule update. 00:26:41
If you remember last week we had the. 00:26:45
Change order to add time. We had 120 days that that contract again that contract started. 00:26:47
For phase two, it started it. 00:26:52
And. 00:26:54
May. 00:26:55
It's supposed to be done in August and we've had a. 00:26:56
120 day extension that we had it last week. 00:26:58
4. 00:27:02
Due to the utility relocations. 00:27:04
We added some drainage scope that's part of the roadway. 00:27:06
That work? 00:27:09
What just to get into this a little bit, we'll be reimbursed by tick rate we believe, we believe we worked through, I believe we 00:27:10
worked through those questions. 00:27:14
The Newtown Pocket Park was in that change order. 00:27:18
That work is funded outside the. 00:27:21
Take reimbursements through a separate General Fund budget line item. Newtown Park report. 00:27:24
So that's all. 00:27:29
In motion. 00:27:31
And again the the the projected finish date is the end of November. 00:27:32
Well, isn't the scheduled opening of the siding center in the spring of? 00:27:37
26. 00:27:42
Probably last, I think it's last quarter of 2226. 00:27:44
I was just thinking that that's about the time phase three is supposed to be changed. 00:27:48
He said take two this years, right? 00:27:52
We'll probably be going around about the same time. 00:27:55
So backing up to phase one, just to hit on phase one, we're right, it's complete. We had the bouncing schedule over last week and 00:28:01
that change order. 00:28:05
Ohh, there was. 00:28:09
Really two components of the overall and. 00:28:10
Never run of the. 00:28:12
The undercutting backfill. 00:28:13
Which was basically their landfill debris. 00:28:15
That we had to undercut the depth of at least 10 feet. 00:28:18
For. 00:28:22
Several 10s of feet. 00:28:23
Between the. 00:28:25
Basically, the Knicks kids Ave. and the the River Bridge. 00:28:26
So during construction, we decided to. 00:28:30
Go forward with excavating. 00:28:32
The. 00:28:34
A larger amount than was in the plans. 00:28:36
So that we could be done on that side and we would that does two things. 00:28:38
Or does several things, but one thing we took advantage of the price we had at that time in that contract. 00:28:42
Sort of saving it for later doing in phase three. 00:28:47
At that point it be more expensive. 00:28:51
Then again, our contractor would have to mobilize on that side. He's going to have to mobilize on that side anyway, but but this? 00:28:53
Takes care of the landfill. 00:28:59
Of mitigation efforts on that side of the bridge. So we want to get into that again also on that side of the bridge being the east 00:29:01
side of the bridge. 00:29:05
Which there's very little of that, right? 00:29:10
Well, that picture is deceiving. I mean, it's. 00:29:13
I don't know. It's. 00:29:15
How much landfill is on the east side? 00:29:19
Of the building. Here's the Here's the Here's the bridge. 00:29:22
Here's the. 00:29:25
Approximately end of the project. 00:29:27
We're going down. Like I said, 10 feet to get. 00:29:29
Landfill debris out from back filled with stone and. 00:29:32
Select material. 00:29:35
So. 00:29:36
Again, it's it's, yeah, relative. It's not that much, but I mean. 00:29:38
Trying to make a bunch of bunch of things. 00:29:43
Of landfill debris is literally. 00:29:47
Something that would that area was used as a landfill one time where you just saying? 00:29:51
Landfill. It was used as a landfill. 00:29:57
Yeah, yeah. 00:29:59
Which is why we had to get so deep. 00:30:00
And that's why you had the roller coaster? 00:30:02
Yeah, yeah. 00:30:04
And then every time you you built it up, it's still going to sing. It's also was a recreational swimming light. 00:30:07
Baseball. 00:30:14
Ohh, I'll show you the picture. 00:30:16
To to the mayor point, like we had the roller coaster effect on Jack Warner Parkway that's been mitigated with this project. 00:30:18
But that was another reason to move forward with that. 00:30:23
That additional undercut was because we didn't want that settlement to show up. 00:30:25
You know, after we get. 00:30:31
Out of phase one. 00:30:32
If that makes sense. 00:30:34
Ohh. 00:30:37
And then the other part of the trip there was tree clearing in that change order that that is not funded would take her that'll be 00:30:38
funded through 2020 A. 00:30:42
I just wanted to kind of rehash that point. 00:30:47
Ohh, I think we hit phase two. 00:30:51
Pretty comprehensively. 00:30:54
And kind of back three years, back to phase three. 00:30:56
Ohm. 00:31:00
Like I said, we've. 00:31:01
Ohh. 00:31:04
We've had, I've, I've, we've had good discussions with the railroad. 00:31:05
Ohh. 00:31:09
The railroad was owned by KCS Kansas City South. 00:31:11
And then? 00:31:15
Over the past. 00:31:17
Year 18 months, they merged with a company called Canadian Pacific. 00:31:18
That slowed down. 00:31:24
Their reviews for our project. 00:31:26
No question. 00:31:28
That kind of got buttoned up in the spring. 00:31:30
Since then, we've submitted our mainline plans back to them late summer. 00:31:33
They did. They had a 30 day turn around on those plans. 00:31:37
That's where my optimism is coming from. We had a phone call. 00:31:41
With the remaining comments. 00:31:44
Thompson and. 00:31:46
Ourselves and the railroad company, The railroad companies got review engineers, we've got subconsultant bridge engineers. 00:31:48
Or call the call went well, we're talking about bidding the project. This is kind of the discussions we're having. 00:31:55
And so we're going to resubmit our plans. 00:32:02
Here shortly. 00:32:05
September 22nd. 00:32:06
And. 00:32:08
You know, hope to, like I said, move, move into bid. 00:32:10
Up here. 00:32:13
End of the year, early next year. 00:32:14
Right. 00:32:17
OK. 00:32:18
Brian. 00:32:19
In the merger of the two from. 00:32:20
Canadian specific and KCS. 00:32:23
What is that new company? What What is the new company? It's the acronym PCP KC. 00:32:26
They got a cool train on the front of their logo, like old school. 00:32:34
Steam Engine. 00:32:38
Degree of difficulty with this project. It's even for non engineers. Pretty clear. 00:32:40
The the the main line in Spurlin have to remain active. 00:32:45
As we're replacing huge segments. 00:32:48
Ohh so. 00:32:52
Again, it's it's not as simple. 00:32:53
Yeah, it's gonna be a very complex project. 00:32:56
And understandably, the railroad company approved this project several years ago. 00:32:58
But as they go through the engineering stage, they're very careful, as they should. 00:33:03
That's a good thing, right? 00:33:08
Video the cool part, Yeah. 00:33:12
What? 00:33:17
No, there's no sound. 00:33:19
That would be cool. 00:33:21
Ohh. 00:33:23
So that's Stillman. This is just a. 00:33:25
Drone video of Phase one. The MLK section that's still at the bottom of the screen. Decorative signal there. 00:33:28
That's Dollar General on the right. You can see the landscaping. 00:33:33
Shared use path on the left. 00:33:36
Sidewalk on the right. 00:33:38
Looks good. 00:33:41
Good looks good on ground. 00:33:44
That that spike the top of the screen. 00:33:48
Is where the the pocket park will go. 00:33:51
Park in that space there. 00:33:56
And that's six straight coming out just in front. 00:34:00
That's 7th St. on the top side of 6. 00:34:03
So. 00:34:10
That's all I had. 00:34:12
Next month. 00:34:13
Thank you, Mr. Chair, American Information. 00:34:15
Good update. 00:34:17
Any other questions for Brian? 00:34:20
Thank you for that. 00:34:22
Update and then the standards and they. 00:34:23
Thank you. 00:34:28
Um. 00:34:30
So. 00:34:30
It's hard to follow up Mr. Gurney's. 00:34:32
This presentation the beautiful pictures that you have on. 00:34:35
The finished product with the with the price tag. 00:34:38
Um. 00:34:42
What you have in front of you is just a general overview of the finances for the project. 00:34:43
And where we currently stand with it. 00:34:51
Um. 00:34:55
If you will recall, in 2020 the city issued a bond for about $38,000,000 to fund this project. 00:34:57
Included within that were was supposed to be the total overall project in and of itself when we started creating phases and then 00:35:06
did increase the scope of the project. 00:35:12
We all realize that for phase three, there's going to need to be a new bond issuance that comes to be able to complete the project 00:35:18
in total. 00:35:21
So at the top of the report that you see, you will have the bond proceeds. We have a few items that were not covered under the 00:35:26
bond that TCRC reimburse the city for directly. 00:35:31
Um, total overall revenues to date for this project is $43.3 million. 00:35:38
What we have used so far today that will include phase one construction and phase two construction all right of way acquisition 00:35:45
utility relocations. 00:35:49
Is about $35 million. 00:35:53
So what we have leftover remaining for phase three? 00:35:55
Contract is about 8.2 million. 00:35:58
Phase three will come in at about 39,000,000 total and so that means that we'll need to do a bond issuance to be able to award the 00:36:04
phase two bid contract of about $30 million thirty .1. 00:36:10
Within that new bond issuance, as Brian kind of alluded to previously, there have been a couple of ancillary costs that the City 00:36:18
of Tuscaloosa has taken on just from. 00:36:24
The city's standpoint and then the remaining amount will be a TCRC obligation under our funding agreement. 00:36:29
Thank you so much because many people. 00:36:39
Ohh. 00:36:42
I want them to know that. 00:36:43
Total Invest. 00:36:45
Then we'll be into this area. Can you give me like a ballpark figure so that people will know? 00:36:46
What the? 00:36:52
This is the investment is is to Western schools, the $75 million project. 00:36:53
And that's the 43.4. 00:36:59
And the. 00:37:02
39.1. 00:37:05
Hmm. 00:37:07
So I don't think it's a 39.430 right 30.1? So at what point? 00:37:11
And what? 00:37:19
And at what point did we realize? 00:37:21
We were going to need another 30 million in bonds, was that? 00:37:25
Did we originally think the? 00:37:28
40. 00:37:31
Three was going to get us through the whole project. 00:37:32
And then as we got into it. 00:37:35
We identified as going to take another 30. 00:37:38
The there was 2 main drivers of the increased cost. 00:37:40
First was the decision to go. 00:37:44
Around utilities. 00:37:46
Around 2000, 2020 one, we felt there might be some economic development. 00:37:48
Country Club. 00:37:54
And to enhance that. 00:37:56
We built, went ahead and getting underground utilities both. 00:37:58
On the West Tuscaloosa side and as you heard Brian in the presentation talk about. 00:38:01
On the east side. 00:38:06
It would be a. 00:38:08
A good idea because we felt that could be an economic development gateway. 00:38:08
Into the 110 acres which today is. 00:38:13
Undeveloped. 00:38:16
So we went ahead and made that decision that added the underground utilities added a considerable amount. 00:38:18
To both phases. 00:38:23
And the second part is just the great inflation. 00:38:25
This project was scoped. 00:38:29
And over the years has been developed but when we originally went with the 20 A. 00:38:31
Bond issue. That was before construction prices went up 39%. 00:38:35
The same time period. So those two things have been the main drivers of the increased cost. 00:38:40
Take Rick has. 00:38:46
Who is ultimately funding the project sees managing. 00:38:47
As scrutinize these calls, I can assure you heavily. 00:38:51
And they're picking up about 90. 00:38:54
899% of the cost the only. 00:38:57
Items that are not being picked up in this. 00:39:00
Are the tree clearing that we did on the phase one? 00:39:02
That was a little bit over $300,000. 00:39:06
Understandably, tick Rick, that they felt that was more of an aesthetic. 00:39:09
Then I rode. 00:39:13
Function. 00:39:14
And probably why. 00:39:15
I I don't disagree with their judgment on that. 00:39:17
But if we wouldn't have done it, it certainly would have taken away from this. 00:39:20
And significant historic investment in the West Esparza. 00:39:24
#2 is the Newtown park again, understandably. 00:39:28
That is not a function of tigris. 00:39:32
So we felt that was an opportunity. 00:39:34
So those are the, there's some other, there's some maybe some other ancillary items that are not being covered by Tick Rick, but 00:39:37
those are the two primary ones off the top. 00:39:41
And the way. 00:39:47
Do we have any sense of when? 00:39:50
This next $31 million bond issue. 00:39:53
Would be needed or and if it would be bundled? 00:39:57
With other needs or standalone. 00:40:01
So you know, originally I had wanted, I was trying to time them to where an MLK Jack Warner Pkwy issuance would possibly be in 00:40:04
alignment with the Saban Center issuance. 00:40:09
However, well you know, with Mr. Gurney's. 00:40:15
Hopeful prediction of being able to award bid. 00:40:20
By, you know beginning of January, I would think that we would need, we would have to have a bond issuance. 00:40:24
Prior to bid award. 00:40:29
So. 00:40:33
January, February. 00:40:35
If we continue on the time frame that we currently think that we're on, yes Sir would be about, I would think that we would need 00:40:37
to be. 00:40:40
Doing bond rating December. 00:40:44
And actual issuance first of the year? 00:40:46
I don't have any other. 00:40:50
Thank you, Brian. Thank you, Corley. 00:40:53
Good presentation. 00:40:57
We have reached. 00:41:00
Our meeting. Is there any other business that they brought before this committee? 00:41:01
Our next committee meeting will be next Tuesday, September the 26th. I would entertain a motion to adjourn. 00:41:05
Second. Second. All in favor? Say aye. We're adjourned. 00:41:13

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Welcome to Public Projects Committee, our first. 00:00:00
Order of business is approval of the minutes. 00:00:03
When? 00:00:05
Of committee members have had a chance to review. I would entertain a motion to approve 2nd and seconded any discussion. All in 00:00:06
favor, say aye. 00:00:10
Minutes are approved. New business. Item number one is approval of change order number one with Goldman contractors for the Ed 00:00:15
Love Water Treatment Plant and Water distribution. 00:00:20
Project Phase B Additional 134 calendar days. Welcome, Kimberly. 00:00:25
Hello, this is just what that says. It's a no cost 134 day calendar day extension on on this particular project and this was due 00:00:30
to equipment delays. 00:00:34
So when will that actually push the completion date? 00:00:40
Just out the 134 days, so towards the end of the year. 00:00:44
OK, questions. 00:00:48
So equipment's been ordered. It's not coming in. We're giving them $134. 00:00:52
Motion second moved and seconded. All in favor? Say aye. 00:00:57
Item number two is approval of Change Order number 2 with Double Diamond Construction Company. 00:01:01
For lift station 10 and 11 upgrades total is $45,042.03. 00:01:05
And an additional 305 days, Kimberly. So the time extension, the 305 day extension is again for material. 00:01:11
And equipment delays us more equipment delays. 00:01:18
Some of the larger pieces and then also some of the VFD. 00:01:21
The electrical components and things like that and then the cost, the additional $45,000 is additional work that we identify that 00:01:24
needed to be done that we were not. 00:01:29
Fully aware of prior to the project starting. 00:01:34
So like for instance, we couldn't match the existing brick, so we're painting the building, there's some check valves that needed 00:01:37
to be replaced, some different things like that. Does this take this project completion next summer? 00:01:43
Yeah, right. No. 00:01:49
Should be towards the end of the calendar year, next year, next year, OK. 00:01:51
Questions committee members. 00:01:56
If not, I would entertain a motion to approve. 00:02:04
Select. 00:02:14
Moved and seconded all in favor. Say aye, aye. 00:02:14
Item number two is approved. 00:02:17
Item number three is Approval Task Order Directive #2 with Duncan Coker Associates for Downtown University Blvd. Corridor 00:02:19
Improvement projects the total of $70,100. Mike, good afternoon. This Task Order Directive #2. 00:02:26
Is to for Duncan Coker to create the master plan for this corridor section. 00:02:34
DoD number one was the survey work and and the so forth. So this is. 00:02:40
This is moving on forward with generating a master plan. 00:02:44
Questions. 00:02:50
So. 00:02:51
Come on. 00:02:52
One y'all think. 00:03:00
So when we approve this today, what do y'all think? 00:03:03
You would have the master plan. 00:03:06
Proposal ready. 00:03:08
Suppose I think we'd have the first draft in 60 to 90 days. 00:03:10
From which obviously we get stakeholder input. That's what this has been all about. You know, we've gone through multiple 00:03:15
iterations of this thing so far. 00:03:18
And that was part of the next question. Does anything we've done previously? 00:03:22
Salvageable and usable. 00:03:26
And to Absolutely, absolutely. You know, we're gonna, we're gonna reduce. 00:03:29
What we had in the federal when the federal funding was part of it, we're going to take that and scale it back and get it to 00:03:33
something more manageable construction cost wise. 00:03:36
And constructible. 00:03:41
And so when you take input from stakeholders. 00:03:44
Give me some examples of. 00:03:47
Who? 00:03:50
Who do you go out to to get thoughts? 00:03:51
On what should be included in the plan, I think it's you all. Of course, UA representatives. We tossed around the idea of doing a 00:03:54
community meeting. I think that's still on the table. 00:03:58
That way cause I mean we're setting the, we're about to invent the recipe for the phased approach to building this project. So I 00:04:03
think a community meeting would be in order. 00:04:07
Absolute must. 00:04:13
Do you have a radius? 00:04:16
And which you're going to? 00:04:18
Gravitate toward the stakeholders in the community where they needed. 00:04:19
I'm I'm thinking generally the project corridor councillor. This this the same corridor from before lurline to the stadium. 00:04:25
Both of Y'all's districts and include both offices. 00:04:33
All right. Well. 00:04:41
Umm. 00:04:43
I'm happy to see this thing. 00:04:43
Moving, moving. Yes, Sir. And let's. 00:04:46
Let's get the input so we don't have to. 00:04:51
Take the arrows afterwards and then get started. I'll make a motion to approve. 00:04:54
And seconded any discussion all in favor say aye, item number three is approved. 00:04:58
Item number four is Approval. 00:05:04
Balancing change order to the construction contract with John Plott Company for Campus Area Water Distribution System Improvements 00:05:06
Project. That's a mouthful. 00:05:09
Deductive total 160,680 two 44 Mike, Yes Sir. So as as you just read this is the balance of change order. 00:05:13
And it is a deduct from the. 00:05:22
From the contract of approximately $160,000. 00:05:25
A little more detail of that there. You know that we were in a funding agreement with university so. 00:05:29
There was some overruns and underruns, some overruns with the university under runs with the city. 00:05:35
Our savings component of this is. 00:05:43
Almost $290,000 but the. 00:05:45
Total contract changes to 16682. 00:05:48
How does that go ahead? 00:05:53
Yes, Sir. 00:05:56
Can can you? Kind of. 00:05:57
Give to us. 00:05:58
Were brought on this. 00:05:59
Ohh. 00:06:01
Deducting. 00:06:02
Deduction. 00:06:03
OK. So any contract like this, there's estimated quantities that that the contractor bids on at the end of the project. There's an 00:06:04
accounting of what they actually used, what did they install? 00:06:10
So some numbers are are greater, some numbers are lower, and the balancing component is. 00:06:17
You know how much of it went over versus how much of it went under? 00:06:23
So that's how that's how those dollar amounts are arrived. You know this was. 00:06:26
This one's a little complicated because there was two partners and two pots of money. You know, they created this amount. 00:06:31
So Mike the. 00:06:39
Then I was having problems approving deductive. 00:06:42
Settlements. 00:06:44
I I do I do want to understand that I I got a little loss. 00:06:45
And the difference in net deduction. 00:06:50
Of 288 and the. 00:06:53
160. 00:06:57
Is it that the universities? 00:06:58
We were in it for 5.7, They were in it for 1.4, right? Yes, Sir, our 5.7. 00:07:02
Went down to 188,000. 00:07:09
There 1.4. 00:07:13
Went up 128, Is that the deal? 00:07:16
Yes, Sir, that is, that is correct. 00:07:19
And so when you net those two, it's 160. 00:07:21
That yes. 00:07:26
Yeah. 00:07:27
Is that is that just a financial? 00:07:29
Cost sharing, In other words, we figured, hey, this. 00:07:32
This deal is going to cost 5.7. 00:07:35
$7 million. 00:07:38
You are, you take. 00:07:40
1.4 and we'll take. 00:07:43
5.7. 00:07:46
Is is it just a financial division? 00:07:49
Or it is a division of which such sectors? 00:07:51
Of the work is being done. 00:07:56
You understand what I'm asking? 00:07:59
Yeah. 00:08:02
So the financial Division I think is very simple. 00:08:03
Is it 1 contract that we're just splitting the? 00:08:07
Dollar cost stone or is it a contract? 00:08:10
With two construction components, you're doing that one and you're doing that one. That's basically it. The second one, the second 00:08:14
one that, well, why are we not? 00:08:18
So the 288,000 was a saving on our portion. That's right. 00:08:25
And their portion. 00:08:30
Went up 128 yeah maybe think of it and and we know there was lines on on on multiple streets but. 00:08:31
The university had a component of that water line distribution that was. 00:08:38
Their financial obligation that that segment of pipeline. 00:08:43
They made some changes and asked for some additions in that part of their pipeline. 00:08:48
You know our our side. 00:08:54
Of the pipeline that that we were contributing money to, there was probably some changes as well. 00:08:56
But the deduct amount. 00:09:02
To the city is the 288. 00:09:04
There was an increase. 00:09:06
On the university side by a small amount. 00:09:08
But when you add the two together and it's and it's just one contract, the one contractor, you just got 2 two sources of money to 00:09:12
pay that contractor. The result is is the deduct and the total contract amount. 00:09:18
So it's just a financial split, There's not. 00:09:25
On the one contract, there's not. 00:09:28
2. 00:09:31
Two components scopes of work. 00:09:32
1. 00:09:34
That's right, I may have misunderstood. I hadn't seen it. 00:09:36
Amendment to the funding agreement with USA for for UA to increase the amount they're funding on Finance Committee today. 00:09:40
OK. 00:09:47
I thought I followed this. Walk me through that again, please, Mr. Johnson. 00:09:50
Yeah, now I've now I've gotten into it. 00:09:55
So the there was there was a total contract. 00:09:58
Amount. 00:10:02
And they were going to pay X amount, We were going to pay Y amount of it. 00:10:03
Then there's been some, there's been some deduction in our cost, right? Some we can't. We came out better on some of the pay 00:10:06
items. 00:10:09
They came out worse on some of the pay items and so the. 00:10:13
The. 00:10:17
Total amount including their increase in our in our deduction. 00:10:18
Create a smaller deduction. 00:10:22
So we're amending the funding agreement with USA. 00:10:24
For them to pay us the increase, the increase because of them, yes. So we're not paying the university. 00:10:27
No, Sir. No, Sir. They're they're paying you follow motion to approve. 00:10:33
2nd. 00:10:37
All in favor, say aye, item number four is approved item number 5. 00:10:39
Approval to enter into minor public works contract with SD Bund Construction for the Woodridge Dr. Drainage repair total is 00:10:43
25,000. 00:10:47
9:30 please welcome plant. 00:10:50
Good afternoon, good afternoon. Yes, Sir. Like you said, some minor public works construction contract with T Bun. 00:10:52
So where we're at right now is at the intersection of Woodridge Dr. and Woodward Wood Ridge Crest Dr. there's a just a hole that's 00:11:00
been holding water for a very long time. 00:11:05
It's caused some cracks and damage to the surface, the asphalt right there and so we're wanting to come in and regrade it. 00:11:10
So that the water properly drains off off that end of the intersection right there. 00:11:19
I believe there's some pictures that kind of show. 00:11:23
Show what's going on as well. 00:11:26
But umm. 00:11:29
Yes Sir. So this will come out of the Neighborhoods drainage fund. 00:11:31
Um. 00:11:35
Us. 00:11:36
The start of work will be about 30 days after we award it. 00:11:37
And it shouldn't take too long so. 00:11:41
Yes, Sir. 00:11:43
Second, second all in favor, say aye. 00:11:45
Item number 5 is approved. 00:11:48
Item number six is approval of a minor public works contract with SERVE Pro for Mold Remediation and Environmental Services. The 00:11:50
total? 00:11:53
$970 Eric Well. 00:11:57
Hello. So this is to remediate mold over DSD. This is actually coming out of the ESD account and we're going through just cleaning 00:12:01
up some. 00:12:05
Water issues that they have in one of their rooms. 00:12:10
Motion. 00:12:12
Second moved and seconded. All in favor, say aye aye, Item number six is approved, item number 7. 00:12:13
Approval of a minor public works contract with Triple J Tree to remove a tree at 32, 103rd Ave. The total is $3200. Craig, 00:12:19
welcome. 00:12:23
Thank you, Sir. Good afternoon, Council. 00:12:28
Like I said, it's just going into a minor public works contract with Triple J for 3200 for a tree that Councilman Near brought to 00:12:31
us. One of his constituents called him. 00:12:35
Tree was damaged in the storm and we want to take care of it. 00:12:39
It is a tree that is in the right of way. 00:12:43
But. 00:12:46
Second moved second all in favor? Say aye. 00:12:49
Item number seven is approved. Item number 8 is authorization for the Mayor to submit the FY20. 00:12:53
FAA pre application for the Airport Improvement program. Welcome Jeff. 00:13:00
Good afternoon. This is our annual request for consideration for any of our eligible projects from both MFA programs and all DOTS 00:13:04
programs. 00:13:09
This is the central location that we communicate all those projects that we want to be considered. 00:13:14
That will eventually be followed on by specific grant application for each individual individual project. There's L .5050 grant, 00:13:18
there's entitlement grants, there's discretionary grants. 00:13:23
And then there's airport terminal grants under the bipartisan infrastructure law. 00:13:28
So this application is our most current list of projects that we're looking at for for 5/24. 00:13:32
And the list of projects goes to. 00:13:38
It flows through our dot and then it will eventually go to the airport district office. All of it goes to L dot first and then it 00:13:42
starts branching out to the most applicable. 00:13:47
Grant program, he goes to that one office within the FAA. They start bouncing around all the projects from both Mississippi and 00:13:52
Alabama. So this is our representation for Tuscaloosa's projects that we're interested in. They try to see what how many projects 00:13:58
they can fund out of the the total funding that they get from between the two states. 00:14:04
Except for the L dot L dot just looks at their own project and see what they can. 00:14:10
Administrators to the city. 00:14:13
Monsieur. Yes, Sir. I want to thank Jeff for being here. 00:14:16
I have the opportunity to sit down with him and to go over all the various details and things that are coming with the airport and 00:14:20
I think he and his team are working very hard to make sure that we get the best. 00:14:27
Quality. 00:14:34
Ohh like no other. 00:14:35
In our airport as well as the. 00:14:37
Of good people to work there and do the things that we need to do as we make upgrades and as we prepare for the future. 00:14:39
So I would like to. 00:14:47
Make a motion. 00:14:48
That we accept is. 00:14:50
Ohh presentation. 00:14:51
2nd. 00:14:53
Before we vote. 00:14:56
Jeff, once you turn in this application, then we will get together and go specifically back to what we're asking for and what the 00:14:57
requirements would be. 00:15:01
That you feel like for us to be competitive because I know when you and I. 00:15:06
Talked about this. 00:15:10
It's kind of like some of these Rd. projects. The more money that we put up, the better chance we've got right in order to receive 00:15:11
these particular grants or hopefully maybe an earmark or something, correct? 00:15:16
Typically the the most of our grant applications are just based off the justification of the project. Is it? 00:15:21
Rightfully designed for the type of airport we have. The exception is the airport terminal. 00:15:28
Program where there's. 00:15:32
$1 billion across the country. 00:15:34
You start sorting that out amongst 3800, it becomes very competitive. So we're at year three of that program. 00:15:37
We've applied different ways towards the program. We've done 100% funding we've looked at. 00:15:45
8515% funding. 00:15:50
There's only about 100 airports. 00:15:53
Nationwide. 00:15:56
About 20 airports our size, so we're fighting over about 100 million. 00:15:57
So the average is about one to seven, one to 8,000,000 for the grant awards for our size airports. 00:16:01
For Alabama, Huntsville got the first grant out of that program last year, Fairhope. 00:16:07
Was the only airport in Alabama that got this. 00:16:13
10 million. 00:16:16
About Fairhope 2. 00:16:17
So you have out of the billion available once you start tearing it? 00:16:21
They tear it first by. 00:16:25
Size, right. So your big metro area airports they may take. 00:16:28
750 million right off the top, it's the 100. 00:16:32
Million that's left for airports of our size, that's correct across the country. 00:16:37
There's a statute that a minimum of 100 million must stay protected for our size airport, so that's what we're. 00:16:42
Up against other communities and trying to. 00:16:47
To to make it appropriate application. So I think like Mr. Norman, Mr. Crow was saying that. 00:16:50
The mower aggressive, we can show that we're you know willing to partner and leverage that funding. I think that makes us more 00:16:56
competitive. 00:16:59
What's an example of more aggressive partnering local share versus asking for 100% federal share? 00:17:02
To to back up Mr. Busby's question. 00:17:11
You said that airports of our size, the top that they usually received, you say 7 million, this last year was just over 7 million 00:17:14
I believe. I think the year before I think it went all the way up to 15,000,000. So every year is going to be a little bit 00:17:19
different, but. 00:17:23
Not avail. 00:17:29
And whatever happens. 00:17:30
So this is a preliminary part of the discussion. We we definitely invite you to continue more in depth about our approach and our 00:17:32
why we're recommending this application. 00:17:36
Of September 29th at a Lunch and Learn workshop with City Council. The next step following that will be the specific application 00:17:40
for the terminal. 00:17:45
And that's October 19th. So this is not the one time to to make this ask. 00:17:49
We'll provide more information here later this month. 00:17:53
That's good. 00:17:57
Ohh, there's a motion and 2nd on the table on all in favor, say aye aye. 00:17:59
The motion is approved. 00:18:04
Thank you, Jeff for your hard work on this. Thank you. Item number 9 is authorization to enter into a contract with Lance 00:18:06
Hollowell. 00:18:09
Holloway Productions Holloway Holloway Productions For production of video be used for police recruitment efforts. The total 00:18:13
$15,000. Richard This is a contract that will get. 00:18:18
All of our assets for the entire. 00:18:24
Upcoming campaign completed, so this will handle all of the video. This is actually a little bit misleading where it says 00:18:27
production of a video. 00:18:31
So this will be all of the video work and all of the photography work for the whole campaign and this will actually give us. 00:18:35
A 5 minute video that they can take on the road with them. 00:18:42
A one minute video that we can put on social media and over the top ads or YouTube or that we can really use to target specific 00:18:45
individuals and then a 30 second ad that we can put on cable TV. So this will handle all the video work and then any photos that 00:18:51
we need for the campaign going forward. 00:18:57
Where's the funding come from, doctor? Is that this is from that public safety? 00:19:04
That's funded. That's in communications. 00:19:08
It's in communications. 00:19:11
Within the public. 00:19:13
Safety line? Yes, Sir. That's exactly right. 00:19:15
And it's this. 00:19:19
Coming out of 2423. 00:19:21
This is actually coming out of 23 because so about. 00:19:23
I don't know, and Kevin might be able to answer this a little better than I could, but about halfway through the year. 00:19:27
We paused and Brent Chief said hey, OK, So what we're doing right now, we've got this type of campaign I would really like to see 00:19:33
us move more towards. 00:19:37
This style of a campaign. 00:19:41
And so we're using this to create new assets going forward. 00:19:43
Yes, Sir. 00:19:47
OK. 00:19:49
So. 00:19:52
Second, second all in favor, say aye item number 9 is approved. 00:19:53
Well, we saved the best for last. 00:19:58
MLK Jack Warner Parkway approval, Project update. Mr. Carney, welcome. 00:20:01
Good to see you, Brian. Good afternoon. Good to see you. Excited to have you back. You thought you were late. 00:20:07
So yeah, I've got a. 00:20:16
87 slide PowerPoint. 00:20:19
Good. 00:20:22
Trying to make a joke. 00:20:25
You've got you've got a long time. How can I turn it off? I've got a brief presentation. 00:20:26
I've got. 00:20:32
About four slides and then a cool drone video to show you at the end. We'll just kind of recap. 00:20:33
Ohh what's going on with our e-mail? OK Jackie wanted Parkway project so. 00:20:38
If you can, go to the first slide. 00:20:42
Oh, I got the. 00:20:46
So I want to start with a. 00:20:52
No review of the phases. You know the project has been broken out in 3 phases and you might ask. 00:20:54
Why did we break the project out in phases? Phase one. 00:21:02
Is. You can see it on the screen in the yellow. 00:21:05
Phase, you know, phase one is complete. Phase red is under construction. 00:21:08
And the green is phase three. 00:21:12
That we're optimistic to get the bids later this year, early next year. 00:21:14
But why do we break out in the phases so in 2020? 00:21:19
We were Phase one was ready to go. 00:21:23
But we were still dealing with the railroad on phase three. 00:21:25
And for phase two? 00:21:28
We had. 00:21:30
The decision to. 00:21:33
Put the utilities underground. 00:21:34
Their overhead utilities to put those underground came a little bit lighter in the design. 00:21:36
So that part of the project wasn't ready so. 00:21:39
In order to you know get what we could under construction get that going to take advantage of those prices that time and. 00:21:42
Avoid the continuous rising prices. We've let phase one in 2020. 00:21:50
And then phase two came later. Once that design was complete in the late 21, that project was bid. 00:21:55
It's still ongoing. 00:22:02
I'm still on going and I'll get to that. 00:22:03
Ohh. 00:22:06
And then phase three, of course we've we've been engaged with the railroad. 00:22:07
We we've been engaged with the railroad since 2017 on this effort and so at that time we've. 00:22:10
We had a pre design where the rubber company was. 00:22:15
You know, we told them what we want to do and they're, you know, they're we. 00:22:19
Enter to an agreement to. 00:22:22
Ohh enter into that process where? 00:22:24
You know. 00:22:27
We're getting. 00:22:28
Permissions to. 00:22:29
Reconstruct 2 railroad bridges. 00:22:31
Umm. 00:22:34
With their, you know, with them as a partner, meaning like their review and their input and those kind of things. 00:22:35
So. 00:22:41
Ohm. 00:22:43
But again, we've been working with them. They're aware of the project, They're excited about the project. 00:22:44
Ohh. 00:22:48
And based on our most recent discussions, I like, I'm optimistic that we're going to get this thing to bid by the end of the year, 00:22:49
early next year, so. 00:22:53
One more thing is. 00:22:58
You're optimistic we're going to get phase three to bid. 00:23:01
By early 24. 00:23:06
And how long will that if, if things go well, how long will it take to do phase three to get all this? 00:23:09
Two years. 00:23:14
The construction. 00:23:15
So couple things to point on this overall exhibit. 00:23:18
The this. 00:23:21
That's right here. 00:23:23
That's what we call the Southern Spur Rd. and we have that currently in our places of. 00:23:24
An alternate. 00:23:28
Just want to make you aware that and then the. 00:23:29
The cyan color layer. 00:23:31
Is the Western River wall or? 00:23:33
What color did you call it? 00:23:36
Science. 00:23:39
That light blue. 00:23:43
OK, go ahead. 00:23:45
That's the end of the Western Wall. Phase three will come in and create that. 00:23:48
Connectivity with the shared use path of standing. 00:23:53
Of all the northern period under the. 00:23:56
Ideally constructed mainline rail bridge and then connecting to the existing. 00:23:59
Pedestrian system on the east side of the. 00:24:05
And Brian, you said the the Southern Spur Rd. 00:24:08
Currently showed in there as a. 00:24:12
Alternate or alternative? Yeah, my name will get a price on it. 00:24:14
And that's made whether to move forward with that component of the project. 00:24:20
Yeah. 00:24:27
Yes, Sir. 00:24:29
CRC. 00:24:30
Is lukewarm. 00:24:32
On that and. 00:24:33
There's, there's multiple discussions on that and so the decision was let's get an alternate and then we will. 00:24:35
With the. 00:24:42
The Road Commission will make a decision. 00:24:42
OK. 00:24:45
And and did you say that you talk separately about the phase two, I've got appropriately coated in red? 00:24:46
And I was going to ask you about phase two, Brian. Phase two, shouldn't that be the timeline for that? 00:24:55
Because many people thought they had. 00:25:01
Stop but. 00:25:03
The the SO phase two date and open date. 00:25:04
Yeah. So phase two. 00:25:08
Bro, I got slowed down this summer about problems with utility companies getting them. 00:25:10
On the schedule to relocate their utilities you you know this is a problem that. 00:25:15
Like I learned a couple weeks ago, you guys dealing with the same kind of problem on the road they're constructing. 00:25:21
Plus no hidden port. 00:25:25
Ohh. 00:25:27
You know, one specific is. 00:25:28
We had the utility companies relocating or their stuff had been relocated. 00:25:30
The gas company. 00:25:35
Ohh. 00:25:37
They do a design, it's coordinated with our design, so when they relocate, it's not in the way again. 00:25:40
When they relocate it. 00:25:45
They didn't follow their own design, they put it in the way again, so they had to relocate it twice. 00:25:47
So this is the kind of thing that slowed down this project over the summer? 00:25:51
The now at this point, the utilities are out of the way. 00:25:55
Our contractors back on site. 00:25:58
The western half of the road is closed. You if you've seen, if you've been down there, you've seen that you know. 00:26:00
For a long time it was you could get you could go eastbound with through traffic. 00:26:05
No, through traffic, everybody has local access that's maintained. 00:26:09
But again the West half is closed, the projections on the schedule with that or that? 00:26:13
Ohh about after the Tennessee game. 00:26:19
They should be done with that western half. 00:26:21
And then we'll flip it. They'll do the eastern half focus on that. 00:26:23
And and and in conjunction with that the Western half will be closed again local. 00:26:27
Access will be maintained. 00:26:31
And then the projection is for them to be done. 00:26:33
By the the end of November 11, 3023. 00:26:35
So that's the the phase two schedule update. 00:26:41
If you remember last week we had the. 00:26:45
Change order to add time. We had 120 days that that contract again that contract started. 00:26:47
For phase two, it started it. 00:26:52
And. 00:26:54
May. 00:26:55
It's supposed to be done in August and we've had a. 00:26:56
120 day extension that we had it last week. 00:26:58
4. 00:27:02
Due to the utility relocations. 00:27:04
We added some drainage scope that's part of the roadway. 00:27:06
That work? 00:27:09
What just to get into this a little bit, we'll be reimbursed by tick rate we believe, we believe we worked through, I believe we 00:27:10
worked through those questions. 00:27:14
The Newtown Pocket Park was in that change order. 00:27:18
That work is funded outside the. 00:27:21
Take reimbursements through a separate General Fund budget line item. Newtown Park report. 00:27:24
So that's all. 00:27:29
In motion. 00:27:31
And again the the the projected finish date is the end of November. 00:27:32
Well, isn't the scheduled opening of the siding center in the spring of? 00:27:37
26. 00:27:42
Probably last, I think it's last quarter of 2226. 00:27:44
I was just thinking that that's about the time phase three is supposed to be changed. 00:27:48
He said take two this years, right? 00:27:52
We'll probably be going around about the same time. 00:27:55
So backing up to phase one, just to hit on phase one, we're right, it's complete. We had the bouncing schedule over last week and 00:28:01
that change order. 00:28:05
Ohh, there was. 00:28:09
Really two components of the overall and. 00:28:10
Never run of the. 00:28:12
The undercutting backfill. 00:28:13
Which was basically their landfill debris. 00:28:15
That we had to undercut the depth of at least 10 feet. 00:28:18
For. 00:28:22
Several 10s of feet. 00:28:23
Between the. 00:28:25
Basically, the Knicks kids Ave. and the the River Bridge. 00:28:26
So during construction, we decided to. 00:28:30
Go forward with excavating. 00:28:32
The. 00:28:34
A larger amount than was in the plans. 00:28:36
So that we could be done on that side and we would that does two things. 00:28:38
Or does several things, but one thing we took advantage of the price we had at that time in that contract. 00:28:42
Sort of saving it for later doing in phase three. 00:28:47
At that point it be more expensive. 00:28:51
Then again, our contractor would have to mobilize on that side. He's going to have to mobilize on that side anyway, but but this? 00:28:53
Takes care of the landfill. 00:28:59
Of mitigation efforts on that side of the bridge. So we want to get into that again also on that side of the bridge being the east 00:29:01
side of the bridge. 00:29:05
Which there's very little of that, right? 00:29:10
Well, that picture is deceiving. I mean, it's. 00:29:13
I don't know. It's. 00:29:15
How much landfill is on the east side? 00:29:19
Of the building. Here's the Here's the Here's the bridge. 00:29:22
Here's the. 00:29:25
Approximately end of the project. 00:29:27
We're going down. Like I said, 10 feet to get. 00:29:29
Landfill debris out from back filled with stone and. 00:29:32
Select material. 00:29:35
So. 00:29:36
Again, it's it's, yeah, relative. It's not that much, but I mean. 00:29:38
Trying to make a bunch of bunch of things. 00:29:43
Of landfill debris is literally. 00:29:47
Something that would that area was used as a landfill one time where you just saying? 00:29:51
Landfill. It was used as a landfill. 00:29:57
Yeah, yeah. 00:29:59
Which is why we had to get so deep. 00:30:00
And that's why you had the roller coaster? 00:30:02
Yeah, yeah. 00:30:04
And then every time you you built it up, it's still going to sing. It's also was a recreational swimming light. 00:30:07
Baseball. 00:30:14
Ohh, I'll show you the picture. 00:30:16
To to the mayor point, like we had the roller coaster effect on Jack Warner Parkway that's been mitigated with this project. 00:30:18
But that was another reason to move forward with that. 00:30:23
That additional undercut was because we didn't want that settlement to show up. 00:30:25
You know, after we get. 00:30:31
Out of phase one. 00:30:32
If that makes sense. 00:30:34
Ohh. 00:30:37
And then the other part of the trip there was tree clearing in that change order that that is not funded would take her that'll be 00:30:38
funded through 2020 A. 00:30:42
I just wanted to kind of rehash that point. 00:30:47
Ohh, I think we hit phase two. 00:30:51
Pretty comprehensively. 00:30:54
And kind of back three years, back to phase three. 00:30:56
Ohm. 00:31:00
Like I said, we've. 00:31:01
Ohh. 00:31:04
We've had, I've, I've, we've had good discussions with the railroad. 00:31:05
Ohh. 00:31:09
The railroad was owned by KCS Kansas City South. 00:31:11
And then? 00:31:15
Over the past. 00:31:17
Year 18 months, they merged with a company called Canadian Pacific. 00:31:18
That slowed down. 00:31:24
Their reviews for our project. 00:31:26
No question. 00:31:28
That kind of got buttoned up in the spring. 00:31:30
Since then, we've submitted our mainline plans back to them late summer. 00:31:33
They did. They had a 30 day turn around on those plans. 00:31:37
That's where my optimism is coming from. We had a phone call. 00:31:41
With the remaining comments. 00:31:44
Thompson and. 00:31:46
Ourselves and the railroad company, The railroad companies got review engineers, we've got subconsultant bridge engineers. 00:31:48
Or call the call went well, we're talking about bidding the project. This is kind of the discussions we're having. 00:31:55
And so we're going to resubmit our plans. 00:32:02
Here shortly. 00:32:05
September 22nd. 00:32:06
And. 00:32:08
You know, hope to, like I said, move, move into bid. 00:32:10
Up here. 00:32:13
End of the year, early next year. 00:32:14
Right. 00:32:17
OK. 00:32:18
Brian. 00:32:19
In the merger of the two from. 00:32:20
Canadian specific and KCS. 00:32:23
What is that new company? What What is the new company? It's the acronym PCP KC. 00:32:26
They got a cool train on the front of their logo, like old school. 00:32:34
Steam Engine. 00:32:38
Degree of difficulty with this project. It's even for non engineers. Pretty clear. 00:32:40
The the the main line in Spurlin have to remain active. 00:32:45
As we're replacing huge segments. 00:32:48
Ohh so. 00:32:52
Again, it's it's not as simple. 00:32:53
Yeah, it's gonna be a very complex project. 00:32:56
And understandably, the railroad company approved this project several years ago. 00:32:58
But as they go through the engineering stage, they're very careful, as they should. 00:33:03
That's a good thing, right? 00:33:08
Video the cool part, Yeah. 00:33:12
What? 00:33:17
No, there's no sound. 00:33:19
That would be cool. 00:33:21
Ohh. 00:33:23
So that's Stillman. This is just a. 00:33:25
Drone video of Phase one. The MLK section that's still at the bottom of the screen. Decorative signal there. 00:33:28
That's Dollar General on the right. You can see the landscaping. 00:33:33
Shared use path on the left. 00:33:36
Sidewalk on the right. 00:33:38
Looks good. 00:33:41
Good looks good on ground. 00:33:44
That that spike the top of the screen. 00:33:48
Is where the the pocket park will go. 00:33:51
Park in that space there. 00:33:56
And that's six straight coming out just in front. 00:34:00
That's 7th St. on the top side of 6. 00:34:03
So. 00:34:10
That's all I had. 00:34:12
Next month. 00:34:13
Thank you, Mr. Chair, American Information. 00:34:15
Good update. 00:34:17
Any other questions for Brian? 00:34:20
Thank you for that. 00:34:22
Update and then the standards and they. 00:34:23
Thank you. 00:34:28
Um. 00:34:30
So. 00:34:30
It's hard to follow up Mr. Gurney's. 00:34:32
This presentation the beautiful pictures that you have on. 00:34:35
The finished product with the with the price tag. 00:34:38
Um. 00:34:42
What you have in front of you is just a general overview of the finances for the project. 00:34:43
And where we currently stand with it. 00:34:51
Um. 00:34:55
If you will recall, in 2020 the city issued a bond for about $38,000,000 to fund this project. 00:34:57
Included within that were was supposed to be the total overall project in and of itself when we started creating phases and then 00:35:06
did increase the scope of the project. 00:35:12
We all realize that for phase three, there's going to need to be a new bond issuance that comes to be able to complete the project 00:35:18
in total. 00:35:21
So at the top of the report that you see, you will have the bond proceeds. We have a few items that were not covered under the 00:35:26
bond that TCRC reimburse the city for directly. 00:35:31
Um, total overall revenues to date for this project is $43.3 million. 00:35:38
What we have used so far today that will include phase one construction and phase two construction all right of way acquisition 00:35:45
utility relocations. 00:35:49
Is about $35 million. 00:35:53
So what we have leftover remaining for phase three? 00:35:55
Contract is about 8.2 million. 00:35:58
Phase three will come in at about 39,000,000 total and so that means that we'll need to do a bond issuance to be able to award the 00:36:04
phase two bid contract of about $30 million thirty .1. 00:36:10
Within that new bond issuance, as Brian kind of alluded to previously, there have been a couple of ancillary costs that the City 00:36:18
of Tuscaloosa has taken on just from. 00:36:24
The city's standpoint and then the remaining amount will be a TCRC obligation under our funding agreement. 00:36:29
Thank you so much because many people. 00:36:39
Ohh. 00:36:42
I want them to know that. 00:36:43
Total Invest. 00:36:45
Then we'll be into this area. Can you give me like a ballpark figure so that people will know? 00:36:46
What the? 00:36:52
This is the investment is is to Western schools, the $75 million project. 00:36:53
And that's the 43.4. 00:36:59
And the. 00:37:02
39.1. 00:37:05
Hmm. 00:37:07
So I don't think it's a 39.430 right 30.1? So at what point? 00:37:11
And what? 00:37:19
And at what point did we realize? 00:37:21
We were going to need another 30 million in bonds, was that? 00:37:25
Did we originally think the? 00:37:28
40. 00:37:31
Three was going to get us through the whole project. 00:37:32
And then as we got into it. 00:37:35
We identified as going to take another 30. 00:37:38
The there was 2 main drivers of the increased cost. 00:37:40
First was the decision to go. 00:37:44
Around utilities. 00:37:46
Around 2000, 2020 one, we felt there might be some economic development. 00:37:48
Country Club. 00:37:54
And to enhance that. 00:37:56
We built, went ahead and getting underground utilities both. 00:37:58
On the West Tuscaloosa side and as you heard Brian in the presentation talk about. 00:38:01
On the east side. 00:38:06
It would be a. 00:38:08
A good idea because we felt that could be an economic development gateway. 00:38:08
Into the 110 acres which today is. 00:38:13
Undeveloped. 00:38:16
So we went ahead and made that decision that added the underground utilities added a considerable amount. 00:38:18
To both phases. 00:38:23
And the second part is just the great inflation. 00:38:25
This project was scoped. 00:38:29
And over the years has been developed but when we originally went with the 20 A. 00:38:31
Bond issue. That was before construction prices went up 39%. 00:38:35
The same time period. So those two things have been the main drivers of the increased cost. 00:38:40
Take Rick has. 00:38:46
Who is ultimately funding the project sees managing. 00:38:47
As scrutinize these calls, I can assure you heavily. 00:38:51
And they're picking up about 90. 00:38:54
899% of the cost the only. 00:38:57
Items that are not being picked up in this. 00:39:00
Are the tree clearing that we did on the phase one? 00:39:02
That was a little bit over $300,000. 00:39:06
Understandably, tick Rick, that they felt that was more of an aesthetic. 00:39:09
Then I rode. 00:39:13
Function. 00:39:14
And probably why. 00:39:15
I I don't disagree with their judgment on that. 00:39:17
But if we wouldn't have done it, it certainly would have taken away from this. 00:39:20
And significant historic investment in the West Esparza. 00:39:24
#2 is the Newtown park again, understandably. 00:39:28
That is not a function of tigris. 00:39:32
So we felt that was an opportunity. 00:39:34
So those are the, there's some other, there's some maybe some other ancillary items that are not being covered by Tick Rick, but 00:39:37
those are the two primary ones off the top. 00:39:41
And the way. 00:39:47
Do we have any sense of when? 00:39:50
This next $31 million bond issue. 00:39:53
Would be needed or and if it would be bundled? 00:39:57
With other needs or standalone. 00:40:01
So you know, originally I had wanted, I was trying to time them to where an MLK Jack Warner Pkwy issuance would possibly be in 00:40:04
alignment with the Saban Center issuance. 00:40:09
However, well you know, with Mr. Gurney's. 00:40:15
Hopeful prediction of being able to award bid. 00:40:20
By, you know beginning of January, I would think that we would need, we would have to have a bond issuance. 00:40:24
Prior to bid award. 00:40:29
So. 00:40:33
January, February. 00:40:35
If we continue on the time frame that we currently think that we're on, yes Sir would be about, I would think that we would need 00:40:37
to be. 00:40:40
Doing bond rating December. 00:40:44
And actual issuance first of the year? 00:40:46
I don't have any other. 00:40:50
Thank you, Brian. Thank you, Corley. 00:40:53
Good presentation. 00:40:57
We have reached. 00:41:00
Our meeting. Is there any other business that they brought before this committee? 00:41:01
Our next committee meeting will be next Tuesday, September the 26th. I would entertain a motion to adjourn. 00:41:05
Second. Second. All in favor? Say aye. We're adjourned. 00:41:13
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