November 20, 2018 Regular Meeting

AGENDA
REGULAR MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL
Council Chambers, City Hall
and via teleconference, if necessary
November 20, 2018

6:00 p.m. CST

 

  1. Call to Order.
    1. Invocation – Councilmember Mayor Schafer
    2. Pledge of Allegiance
    3. Roll Call
    4. Confirm or adjust agenda order
  2. Presentation Agenda.
    1. Council Comments
      1. The next regularly scheduled Council Meeting will be held December 4, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. CST in Council Chambers located at 5000 Diamondhead Circle.
      2. City Hall will be closed November 22 and 23, 2018 for Thanksgiving, December 24 and 25, 2018 for Christmas Holidays, and December 31, 2018 and January 1, 2019 in observance for the New Year.
      3. Presentation by Hub International, Diane Moore and Bobbi Kittle.
    2. City Manager’s Report.
  3. Public Comments on Agenda Items.
  4. Policy Agenda.
    1. Approval of Minutes:
      1. November 20, 2018
    2. Tabled Items:
      1. 2018-309: Motion to approve to enter an Agreement to Provide Research, Marketing and Consulting Services with NextSite for a term of three (3) years at a cost of $11,000 annually.
    3. Code Enforcement Hearings and Resolutions:
      1. Public Hearing: A Menace to the Public Health, Safety and Welfare of the Community at 568 Ahui Street, Diamondhead, MS (property owner Sam Hanson).

2018-344: Motion to consider Resolution 2018-046 finding and adjudicating property located at 568 Ahui Street, Diamondhead, MS is in such a state of uncleanliness to be a menace to the public health, safety and welfare of the citizenry of the City and authorizing advertisement for bids or quotes to have said land cleared and cleaned and to assess the costs to the said property owner. b.

b.  Public Hearing: A Menace to the Public Health, Safety and Welfare of the Community at 10622 Linohay Way, Diamondhead, MS (property owner Secretary of State and Linda Woodall).

2018-345: Motion to consider Resolution 2018-047 finding and adjudicating property located at 10622 Linohau Way, Diamondhead, MS is in such a state of uncleanliness to be a menace to the public health, safety and welfare of the citizenry of the City and authorizing advertisement for bids or quotes to have said land cleared and cleaned and to assess the costs to the said property owner.

c.  Public Hearing: A Menace to the Public Health, Safety and Welfare of the Community at 10753 Limu Way, Diamondhead, MS (Frances Goellner).

2018-346: Motion to consider Resolution 2018-048 finding and adjudicating property located at Limu Way, Diamondhead, MS is in such a state of uncleanliness to be a menace to the public health, safety and welfare of the citizenry of the City and authorizing advertisement for bids or quotes to have said land cleared and cleaned and to assess the costs to the said property owner.

d.  Public Hearing: A Menace to the Public Health, Safety and Welfare of the Community at 10749 Limu Way, Diamondhead, MS (property owner Martha Peters).

2018-347: Motion to consider Resolution 2018-049 finding and adjudicating property located at 10749 Limu Way, Diamondhead, MS is in such a state of uncleanliness to be a menace to the public health, safety and welfare of the citizenry of the City and authorizing advertisement for bids or quotes to have said land cleared and cleaned and to assess the costs to the said property owner.
II.  Resolutions:
a.  2018-325: Resolution 2018-044 to declare City of Diamondhead offices closed November 22 and 23 for Thanksgiving and December 24 and 25 for Christmas and December 31 and January 1 in observance of the New Year.
2018-332: Resolution 2018-332 to the Mississippi House of Representatives and the Mississippi State Senate supporting legislation to allow EPAs to provide high-speed internet service to their members.

3.  Consent Agenda:
a.  2018-326: Motion to approve renewals for employee medical, life, dental vision and other insurance products with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Mississippi, Guardian, LifeLock and Colonial, effective January 1, 2019.
b.  2018-327: Motion to approve Payment Request 9 to Digital Engineering in the amount of $6,402.50 for professional services relating to the design phase for Diamondhead Drive West Drainage.
c.  2018-328: Motion to approve Payment Request to James J. Chiniche Engineering in the amount of $892.50 for professional services relating to Devil’s Elbow Improvements.
d.  2018-329: Motion to Payment Request to James J. Chiniche Engineering in the amount of $1,325.00 for professional services relating East Aloha Widening Project.
e.  2018-330: Motion to approve Pay Request to James J. Chiniche Engineering in the amount of $903.00 for professional services relating to Amoka Place (Ieke Drive) Drainage Project.
f.  2018-331: Motion to approve Payment Request No. 3 in the amount of $7,463.63 to Pickering Engineering professional services relating to Diamondhead Drive East Drainage.
g.2018-333: Motion to approve Payment Request 10 to Digital Engineering in the amount of $2,725.50 for professional services relating to the GIS System Update Phase 1.
h.  2018-334: Motion to authorize the City Manager to review Ieke/Kaliki Drainge project’s scope of work to ensure Phase II work includes engineer’s review of areas described.
i.  2018-335: Motion to authorize the City Manager and City Attorney to review parliamentary procedures and provide recommendations to the Council and Mayor.
j.  2018-336: Motion to approve police department stipend in the amount of $250.00 for Officer Michael Riggs effective December 1, 2018 and Investigator William Reid effective January 1, 2019.
k.  2018-337: Motion to approve to enter into the LeapCare Agreement Complete Care Managed Services with AGJ in the monthly amount of $1,783 for a term expiring June 1, 2021.
l.  228-338: Motion to approve amended FY19 Tidelands Grant Application to reallocate remaining FY16 Tidelands funds in the amount of $88,032.93.
m.  2018-339: Motion to approve proposed Text Amendment to Zoning Ordinance to eliminate Article 8.4.1 C thereby abolishing the prohibition to back into the right-of-way except for 1 and 2 family dwellings.
n.  2018-340: Motion to concur with the recommendation of Planning & Zoning Commission in the matter of Case File 2018-00403 to allow a variance to Zoning Ordinance Article 8.4.1E to allow the laying of sod across the culvert area within the right-a-way of 7330 Ahi Drive. (Maxwell)
o.  2018-341: Motion to concur with the recommendation of the Planning & Zoning Commission in the matter of Case File 2018-00405 to deny a variance to Zoning Ordinance Article 4.18.3 D II (h) to allow a 2nd accessory structure at 9545 Opla Way. (Lemon)
p.  2018-342: Motion to concur with the recommendation of the Planning & Zoning Commission in the matter of Case File 2018-0418 for a variance to the Zoning Ordinance Article 8.4.1 C thereby allowing parked vehicles to back in to the right-of-way of Leisure Time Drive. (Mow Life- Boehnel)
q.  2018-343: Motion to authorize $500 sponsorship advertising for the MS Gulf Coast Garden Club’s 2019 Annual Spring Pilgrimage.
r.  2018-348: Motion to approve 2019 Planning & Zoning Calendar for meetings and application deadlines.
s.  2018-349: Motion for discussion/possible action to increase solid waste/curbside recycling collection fee.
t.  2018-350: Motion for discussion/possible action to renew agreement for one year with Waste Management through the Hancock County Solid Waste Authority for curbside recycling services.
u.  2018-351: Motion to enter into Contract with James J. Chiniche in the amount of $19,909.44 for professional services for East Aloha Improvement Study Grant and to authorize the City Manager to execute same.
v.  2018-352: Motion to accept a donation from Keep Diamondhead Beautiful consisting of a 40’ flag pole and flag with estimated value of $2,500.
V.  Routine Agenda.
   1.  Motion to approve the Docket of Claims(Claims DKT155366–DKT155406) in the amount of $241,431.28.
2.  Motion to approve, November 7, 2018 Payroll Payables, including benefits and taxes, in the amount of $52,331.39.
3.  Motion to accept October 2018 Financial Reports.

4.  Departmental Reports for October 2018:
a.    Privilege Licensing
b.  Building Department
c.  Police Department
VI.    Public Comments on Non-Agenda Items.
VII.    Executive Session, if necessary.
VIII.  Adjourn/Recess.