[Vision2020] Amended Public Works/Finance Committee Agenda

Stephanie Kalasz skalasz at ci.moscow.id.us
Mon Sep 25 11:19:22 PDT 2006




Monday, September 25, 2006
3:00 p.m.


206 East 3rd Street, 2nd Floor

1.      Approval of Minutes of September 11, 2006 - Stephanie Kalasz


2.      'A' Street Services Contract - Dave Klatt

Staff has negotiated a scope of work and cost for services with STRATA
to perform the materials investigations and reports on the "A" Street
project. They will be working in conjunction with our design consultant,
Welch-Comer Engineer's. The "A" Street project design and construction
is supported by federal funding and is scheduled for 2008 construction.
The project limits are to begin east of Peterson Drive and extend to
Home Street, including Line Street


ACTION:  Forward the contract to the City Council with committee
recommendation to approve contract and authorize Mayors signature
thereon; or take such other action as deemed appropriate


3.      Downtown Parking - Joel Plaskon/Les MacDonald

The City has been hearing in many forums recently about concerns with
downtown parking availability.  The issue has been studied in the past
on many occasions over many years.  However, it continues to come up
periodically as a concern.  The Transportation Commission has expressed
an interest in beginning work on this matter at this point in time and
may be willing and able to start working on it now.  Staff has
identified some potential talking points specific to downtown parking
for Public Works and Finance Committee consideration


ACTION: Receive report and direct staff as deemed appropriate 


4.   2006 Citizen Survey Review - Bill Belknap

This October the Administration Department will be conducting the third
biennial Citizen Survey.  The survey is intended to assess the public's
opinion of various aspects of City services and operations.  The first
portion of the survey instrument will remain the substantially the same
as the 2002 and 2004 surveys to allow for historical data comparison and
service level trend monitoring.  Staff has also solicited and
incorporated survey questions from the various City Commissions related
to their areas of interest.  Staff is presenting Council with the
current draft survey instrument for review and comment.


ACTION: Review draft citizen survey instrument and provide comments and
direction as deemed appropriate.



City Construction Projects - Les MacDonald

Apprenticeship Program Introduction - Bob Stout

Request from Latah Health Services for Temporary Support of Therapy Pool
Operation - Bill Belknap 



NOTICE:  Individuals attending the meeting who require special
assistance to accommodate physical, hearing, or other impairments,
please contact the City Clerk, at (208) 883-7015, as soon as possible so
that arrangements may be made.



Stephanie Kalasz

Moscow City Clerk


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