Jan 16, 2018 - the built and natural environment utilizing the four following eco-municipality guidelines.): â«. Reduce dependence upon fossil fuels n/a.
RESOLUTION 2018-007 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING FINAL PAYMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT C17-05 Cracksealing and Sealcoating WHEREAS, work under this contract has been completed satisfactorily and in conformance with the requirements of the contract; and WHEREAS, This project maintained pavements through the application of crackfill and sealcoating; and WHEREAS, the city engineer, comptroller, and attorney recommend final payment to the contractor. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the City of Beloit City Council that Scott Construction, Inc. be paid $2,000.00 as the final payment for Public Works Contract C17-05 Cracksealing and Sealcoating as recommended by the City Engineer. Dated at Beloit, Wisconsin, this 16th day of January 2018.
ATTEST: Lorena Rae Stottler, City Clerk
BELOIT CITY COUNCIL
Kevin D. Leavy, President
CITY OF BELOIT REPORTS AND PRESENTATIONS TO CITY COUNCIL Topic:
Final Payment for Contract C17-05, Cracksealing and Sealcoating
January 16, 2018
Mike Flesch P.E., City Engineer
Department(s): Public Works/ Engineering
This project maintained pavements through the application of crackfill and sealcoating Key Issues (maximum of 5):
1. The requirements of the contract have been completed to the satisfaction of the City. 2. The awarded contract amount was $ 109,114.65 Quantity decreases and change orders $ 206.60 Net payment due contractor $ 109,321.25 3. The City Engineer, City Attorney, and Director of Accounting recommend that a final payment be made to Scott Construction, Inc. in the amount of $2,000.00 Conformance to Strategic Plan (List key goals this action would support and briefly discuss its impact on the City’s mission.):
Approval of this resolution would conform with Goal #5’s stated purpose of creating and sustaining high quality infrastructure and connectivity by improving the appearance and extending the service life of city streets, while lowering street maintenance costs. Sustainability (Briefly comment on the sustainable long term impact of this policy or program related to how it will impact both the built and natural environment utilizing the four following eco-municipality guidelines.):
Reduce dependence upon fossil fuels
Reduce dependence on chemicals and other manufacturing substances that accumulate in nature
Reduce dependence on activities that harm life sustaining eco-systems
Meet the hierarchy of present and future human needs fairly and efficiently
The improved pavement meets the present and future human needs by extending the life of the pavement, increasing pedestrian safety, and reducing pavement maintenance. If any of the four criteria are not applicable to your specific policy or program, an N/A should be entered in that space. Action required/Recommendation:
Approval of the Resolution authorizing the Final Payment. Fiscal Note/Budget Impact:
Adequate funding is available in the 2017 Capital Improvement Plan.