PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION
CITY OF HUNTINGTON BEACH
2000 Main Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
ROLL CALL Herbel, Kirkorn, McGovern, O’Connell, Rivera, Siersema, Spencer
B. PRESENTATIONS-COMMENDATIONS C. MINUTES
D. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
Public Comments – the Public Works Commission welcomes public comments on all items on this agenda or of community interest. Three minutes per person, time may not be donated to others. Commission on this date can take no action on any item not on the agenda. This is the time to address Commission regarding items of interest or agenda items other than public hearings. Communications on agenda items will be scheduled such that public comments may be received as close to 5:00 p.m. as possible.
E. DIRECTOR’S ITEMS
F. INFORMATION ITEMS
F-1. Active Capital Project Report - An update on active capital projects is presented for the Commission's information. Project information, including description, location maps and funding sources can be found in the FY 2009/10 Capital Improvement Program notebook, or on the city’s website under Government, Current Budget information.
F-2. Study Sessions - The City Council conducts public Study Sessions on the evenings of City Council meetings, normally beginning at 4:00 p.m., in Room B-8. A tentative listing of upcoming sessions is submitted for the Commission's information.
F-3. Water Quality Report - Water Quality Report Update - Commercial/Industrial Inspection Program Requirements - An update on NPDES Permit Order No. R8-2009-0030 inspections.
G. ADMINISTRATIVE ITEMS
G-1. Garfield Avenue Arterial Rehabilitation Project, CC-1372: Plans and specifications for the Garfield Avenue Arterial Rehabilitation Project, CC-1372 is in final preparation. Staff is seeking support for the project and the initiation of the competitive bid process.
Funding Source: Funds are available in the amount of $646,571 from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) federal grant. The engineer's cost estimate for this project is $890,000. The final cost will be reduced after reimbursement of $80,000 from the City of Fountain Valley, its portion of Garfield Avenue, and $20,000 from the rubberized asphalt concrete (RAC) grant. The additional funds are available from Gas Tax, Arterial Rehabilitation, Account 20790008.82300 to cover the difference and construction project management.
Recommended Action: Motion to recommend to the City Council, the Garfield Avenue Arterial Rehabilitation Project, CC-1372.G-2. - Arterial Highway Rehabilitation Project, CC-1379 - Plans and specifications for the Arterial Highway Rehabilitation Project, CC-1379 is in final preparation. Staff is seeking support for the project and the initiation of the competitive bid process.
Funding Source: Funds are anticipated in the amount of $3,006,718 from Proposition 1B, Highway Safety and Traffic Reduction Act, Account 21890008.82300. The engineer's cost estimate for this project is $ 1,810,000. The final cost to the City of Huntington Beach will be reduced after reimbursement of $18,000 from the City of Fountain Valley, for rehabilitation of its portion of Magnolia Street, and $106,000 from the rubberized asphalt concrete (RAC) grant. The project will not be bid until state funds are received.
Recommended Action: Motion to recommend to the City Council, the Arterial Highway Rehabilitation Project, CC-1379.H. WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS
I. COMMISSION AND STAFF COMMENTSJ. ADJOURNMENT
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