PASCAGOULA CITY COUNCILĀ 
Regular Meeting - Tuesday, July 3, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.


1.

WELCOME AND CALL TO ORDER:

Mayor Dane Maxwell
2.

INVOCATION:

Councilman Willie Jones
3.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

Councilman Stephen Burrow
4.

AMENDMENTS TO AGENDA:

Mayor

At-Large

Ward 1

Ward 2

Ward 3

Ward 4

Ward 5

City Manager/City Attorney

Assistant City Manager


5.

COMMUNITY RECOGNITION:

5.a.

Mayor's Youth Council

1.

Recognize Members in Attendance

6.

BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT:

Brady's Steaks and Seafood
7.

PUBLIC HEARING - PROPERTY CLEANUP:

7.a.

Property Cleanup for Determination of Whether or not Property is to be Declared a Public Menace at 1117 Mantou

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
Documents:
  1. 1117 Mantou.pdf
7.b.

Property Cleanup for Determination of Whether or not Property is to be Declared a Public Menace at 1702 Resca De La Palma

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
7.c.

Property Cleanup for Determination of Whether or not Property is to be Declared a Public Menace at 2003 Roosevelt

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
Documents:
  1. 2003 Roosevelt.pdf
7.d.

Property Cleanup for Determination of Whether or not Property is to be Declared a Public Menace at 2310 Market Street

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
Documents:
  1. 2310 Market.pdf
7.e.

Property Cleanup for Determination of Whether or not Property is to be Declared a Public Menace at 2704 Canty

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
Documents:
  1. 2704 Canty.pdf
8.

CONSENT AGENDA:*

8.a.

Resolution Accepting Pascagoula Recreation Commission Minutes of June 6, 2018

Submitted By
Frank Corder
8.b.

Order Setting a Hearing to Determine if the Property Located at 1207 Live Oak Avenue is a Menace to Public Health and Safety

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
8.c.

Order Setting a Hearing to Determine if the Property Located at 2202 Telephone Road is a Menace to Public Health and Safety

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
8.d.

Order Setting a Hearing to Determine if the Property Located at 4410 Peach Street is a Menace to Public Health and Safety

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
8.e.

Order Setting a Hearing to Determine if the Property Located at 816 Krebs Avenue is a Menace to Public Health and Safety

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
8.f.

Resolution Approving Advertising Notice to Bid for Backflow Preventer

Submitted By
Cathy Turner
8.g.

Resolution Approving Complete Care Agreement with AGJ Systems and Networks, Inc.

Budgeted Item
Yes
Submitted By
Valerie Moore
8.h.

Resolution Approving Compton Engineering Task Order No. 13 for Services Regarding Machpelah Cemetery

Submitted By
Karen Kennedy
8.i.

Resolution Adopting Community Development Block Grant FY16 Comprehensive Housing Study

Budgeted Item
Grant
Submitted By
Frank Corder
8.j.

Resolution Approving FY17 Justice Assistance Grant


Budgeted Item
Grant
Submitted By
Aleta Raley
8.k.

Resolution Approving CDBG FY17 Public Services Singing River Hospital System Foundation Contract Amendment 1

Budgeted Item
Grant
Submitted By
Frank Corder
8.l.

Resolution Approving Compton Engineering Amendment No. 1 for Task Order 8 for Services regarding Point Park Pier

Budgeted Item
N/A
Submitted By
Frank Corder
8.m.

Resolution Approving Task Order No. 010 with Compton Engineering for the 11th Street Bulkhead Erosion and Repairs

Budgeted Item
No
Submitted By
Jaci Turner
8.n.

Resolution Approving JE Talley Construction, Inc., Change Order No. 1 Regarding Hyland Drive Drainage Improvements

Submitted By
Jaci Turner
8.o.

Resolution Accepting and Awarding Bid for a Mobile Staging Unit

Submitted By
Taylor Sublett
8.p.

Resolution Approving Contract and General Specifications for Solid Waste Services with Waste Pro of Mississippi, Inc.

Submitted By
Frank Corder
8.q.

Resolution Authorizing Counsel to Execute an Answer in Edwards v. Higginbotham, et al

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
8.r.

Resolution Authorizing Counsel to Execute an Answer in Edwards v. Stringfellow, et al

Submitted By
Ryan A. Frederic
9.

CITY MANAGER/CITY ATTORNEY:

10.

ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER:

11.

CLAIMS DOCKET:

11.a.

Docket of Claims 7-3-18

Submitted By
Kristi Summerlin
12.

MAYOR/COUNCIL ITEMS:

a. Mayor

b. At-Large

c. Ward 1

d. Ward 2

e.  Ward 3

f.  Ward 4

g. Ward 5
13.

RECESS:

Recess to July 17, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.
*.Consent Agenda - All matters listed under Consent Agenda, are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion. There will not be a separate discussion of these items. If discussion is desired, that item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and will be considered separately.