Agenda: City Commission Work Session June 8th

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On Monday, June 8th, the City Commission will discuss the next budget (including the trash fee and longevity pay), and I'll present a short report on a waste-to-energy conference I recently attended in Virginia.

The full agenda (and the tentative agenda for the voting meeting at the end of the month) are posted below.

As always, questions and comments are welcomed at selluswilder@gmail.com

Thanks,
Sellus

A G E N D A

WORK SESSION June 8, 2009

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 5:00 P.M. (EDT)

315 WEST SECOND STREET

FRANKFORT, KY 40601

502/875-8500

CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL

CITIZEN COMMENTS

DISCUSSION ITEMS

Discussion of proposed 2009-2010 General Fund Budget
Report from Commissioner Wilder

DISCUSSION OF TENATIVE AGENDA
CITY MANAGER REPORTS/STAFF COMMENTS
OLD BUSINESS

NEW BUSINESS

ADJOURNMENT

Here's the tentative agenda we'll be discussing:

Download the original attachment
Rev 6-5-09

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS June 22, 2009

REGULAR MEETING 5:00 P.M. (EDT)

315 WEST SECOND STREET

FRANKFORT, KY 40601

502/875-8500

1. INVOCATION Reverend Glenn Spaulding, St. John AME

Church


PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE John Hammond
ROLL CALL

MINUTES May 26, 2009 Special Meeting; June 8, 2009 Work Session; June 11, 2009 Work Session.

2. CEREMONIAL ITEMS

2.1 Background: The Board of Commissioners traditionally recognizes City employees who are retiring or are being promoted within the various City departments. At this meeting, the following individual will be recognized:
Fire Department: Kenneth Barnett, promoted to Sergeant from Firefighter II/Paramedic

3. CITIZEN COMMENTS
4. ORDINANCES

4.1 SECOND READING: An Ordinance appropriating the revenue to be received by the City of Frankfort for Fiscal Year 2009-2010.

Purpose: The purpose of this ordinance is to appropriate revenue to be received and expended by the City of Frankfort for Fiscal-Year 2009-2010 in accordance with the budget submitted and approved by its adoption.
This Ordinance had its first reading on May 26, 2009.

Recommendation: Approval
Attachment:

Ordinance

Contact Persons

Name: Tony Massey Steve Dawson

Title: City Manager Director

Department: City Manager Finance

Phone: 502/875-8500 502/875-8500

Email: amassey@frankfort.ky.gov sdawson@frankfort.ky.gov

4.2 SECOND READING: An Ordinance amending Frankfort Code of Ordinances Chapter 50, Garbage; Solid Waste, to add a provision setting a garbage collection fee.

Purpose: In order to defray the cost of the disposal of residential solid waste picked up by the City of Frankfort from residences and buildings, the City is passing an Ordinance establishing a garbage collection fee requiring, as of July 1, 2009, that each residence or building from which residential waste is collected by the City pursuant to Section 50.02 of the City of Frankfort Code of Ordinances pay a collection fee of Five Dollars ($5.00) per month to the City for such service. Residences or buildings having more than one apartment or living unit shall pay the amount of Five Dollars ($5.00) per month for each apartment or living unit. This fee will pay approximately one-fourth of the cost of residential garbage collection incurred by the City.
This Ordinance had its first reading May 26, 2009.

Financial Analysis: The City will receive approximately $600,000 in fees.
Attachment:

Ordinance

Contact Persons:

Name: Jeff Hackbart Robert C. Moore

Title: Director City Solicitor

Department: Public Works

Phone: 502/875-8500 502/227-2271

Email: jhackbart@frankfort.ky.gov rmoore@hazelcox.com

4.3 FIRST READING: An Ordinance amending Frankfort Code of Ordinances Chapter 37, Section 37.46, Salaries of Specially Qualified Public Safety Personnel.
Purpose: To consider amending the ordinance regarding minimum monthly requirements of ranked paramedics.
Background: The current ordinance requires paramedics holding officer ranks to ride on a front line ambulance at least one 24 hour shift per month. Newly established minimum requirements, as approved by the Medical Director, will provide more efficiency in daily ambulance staffing assignments while removing the 24 hour monthly requirement for ranking officers.

Financial Analysis: None
Recommendation: Approval
Attachment:

Ordinance

Contact Person

Name: Wallace Possich

Title: Chief

Department: Fire

Phone: 502/875-8511

Email: wpossich@frankfort.ky.gov

4.4 FIRST READING: An Ordinance amending Frankfort Code of Ordinances Chapter 36, Disaster and Emergency Services Agency; Section 36.095, Agency Created; Director and Section 36.096, Acquisition of Surplus Property
Purpose: To consider amending the sections of the ordinance regarding the title of the city's emergency management agency.

Background: The current ordinance denotes the city's emergency management organization as "Disaster and Emergency Services Agency". Current terminology and public awareness of that agency is better known as Emergency Management. To comply with the terminology used by the Commonwealth, Franklin County, other counties across the state, as well as the official title of the Director for that agency, and various state and federal documents, the agency needs to be renamed to Office of Emergency Management.
Financial Analysis: None
Recommendation: Approval
Attachment:

Ordinance

Contact Person

Name: Wallace Possich

Title: Chief

Department: Fire

Phone: 502/875-8511

Email: wpossich@frankfort.ky.gov

4.5 FIRST READING: An Ordinance Amending Frankfort Code of Ordinances, Chapter 40, Police Department and Fire Department, Section 40.17 Promotional Appointments.
Purpose: To amend the City's Code of Ordinances regarding promotional appointments in the police department (see Chapter 40.17(D) subsection (1).

Background: Staff has been reviewing the promotional rating procedures and has determined that some minor changes are need. We are proposing to change the scoring system from a percentage calculated score to a point system. The changes proposed are as listed:

System currently being used: Proposed Change

Written Test 50% Written Test 50 points

Oral Interview 20% Oral Interview 20 points

Longevity/Education 10% Longevity/education 10 points

Department Input 25% Department Input 20 points

The current percentage rating system created a maximum total of 105%; the point system will create a maximum total of 100 points.

Recommendation: Approval

Attachment:

Ordinance

Contact Person:

Name: Walter M. Wilhoite

Title: Chief

Department: Police Department

Phone: 502/875-8549

Email: mwilhoite@frankfort.ky.gov
4.6 FIRST READING: An Ordinance amending Chapter 112 of the City of Frankfort Code of Ordinances, Charitable Solicitations.

Purpose: To amend Chapter 112 of the Frankfort Code of Ordinances to clarify that a permit to solicit funds on public streets or ways is to be issued by the Police Department and that the charitable entity engaging in the solicitation is required to present evidence to the Police Department of current standing as a not-for-profit entity. Additionally, a fee of $25.00 is required to be paid to the Police Department when the application for permit is filed.

Background: To clarify that the permit to solicit funds on public streets or ways is to be issued by the Police Department and that the charitable entity engaging in the solicitation is required to present evidence to the Police Department of current standing as a not-for-profit entity. Additionally, a fee of $25.00 is required to be paid to the Police Department when the application for permit is filed.

Financial Analysis: A fee of $25.00 will be paid to obtain a permit to engage in charitable solicitations on public streets or ways.
Recommendation: approval
Attachment:

Ordinance

Contact Person

Name: Rob Moore

Title: City Solicitor

Department:

Phone: 502/227-2271

Email: rmoore@hazelcox.com

ORDERS
5.1 An Order Authorizing a Management Agreement for Juniper Hill Golf Course.

Purpose: To consider the renewal of the Management Agreement for Juniper Hill Golf Course.

Background: In April 2004, the City entered into an agreement with Kirk Schooley, a PGA Certified Golf Professional, for the operation and maintenance of Juniper Hill Golf Course. The agreement was for one (1) year with a 90-day cancellation upon notice from either party. The compensation and duties are outlined in the attached agreement. The agreement was renewed on an annual basis.

This renewal agreement is for one year. This will ensure that the agreement will stay current preventing possible conflicts with the alcohol licenses. The 90-day cancellation notice will remain.

Financial Analysis: The Pro shall receive an annual salary of $35,000 commensurate with the City's Salary Schedule and years of service plus benefits (benefits shall not include accrual of vacation, sick, holiday or compensatory leave) and any cost-of-living adjustments accorded other city employees. The Pro shall also receive 10.3 percent of the revenues received for golf cart rentals (up to a maximum of $16,500 per year) and 35 free memberships to distribute as he sees fit as further part of his remuneration. Funds are available in Account No. 100.70.51000 Personnel Services.
Recommendation: Approval

Attachment:

Order
Management Agreement

Contact Persons

Name: Tony Massey Steve Dawson Kirk Schooley

Title: City Manager Finance Director Golf Pro

Department: City Manager Finance Golf

Phone: 502/875-8500 502/875-8500 502/875-8559

Email: amassey@frankfort.ky.gov sdawson@frankfort.ky.gov kschooley@frankfort.ky.gov

6. RESOLUTIONS

 

7. CONSENT CALENDAR

Items on the Consent Calendar are considered to be routine by the Board of Commissioners and will be enacted by one motion and one vote. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Board member so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the Consent Calendar and considered separately. The City Manager will read the items recommended for approval.
7.1 To authorize the Mayor to sign an Agreement between Forward Edge and the City of Frankfort (Human Resources).
Purpose: To authorize the Mayor to sign an Agreement with Forward Edge to provide drug and alcohol testing and to assist with assuring compliance with the City Drug and Alcohol Policy, as well as compliance with all applicable state and federal requirements.

Background: On April 23 the City revised its Drug and Alcohol Policy. The City's Agreement with Forward Edge has been formalized and modified to include those changes. The Agreement with Forward Edge provides the structure and process for the City to continue with pre-employment, random and reasonable suspicion drug and alcohol testing as needed.
Financial Analysis: Estimated amount needed for FY 2009-10 approximately $7,000.
Recommendation: Approval

Attachment:

Agreement (to be provided)

Contact Person

Name: Randy Donahue

Title: HR Director

Department: City Manager/Human Resources

Phone: 502/875-8500

Email: rdonahue@frankfort.ky.gov
7.2 To authorize the Mayor to sign an easement as the Grantee on behalf of the City of Frankfort for the Jones Lane Pump Station Project (Sewer Department).
Purpose: To authorize the Mayor to sign an easement as the Grantee on behalf of the City for the Jones Lane Pump Station Project.

Background: The Sewer Department is constructing a new pump station known as the Jones Lane Pump Station. This new pump station replaces the Cedar Run Pump Station, which has reached the end of its useful performance. The existing pump station is located on state property, as is the new station. The Transportation Cabinet has agreed to provide an easement along the new gravity line and for the relocated pump station. The easement document, prepared by the Transportation Cabinet, must be signed by the Mayor prior to recording.

Financial Analysis: None
Recommendation: Approval

Attachment:

Easement

Contact Person

Name: William R. Scalf, Jr., PE

Title: Director

Department: Sewer

Phone: 502/875-2448

Email: wscalf@frankfort.ky.gov
7.3 To authorize award an engineering contract to Palmer Engineering Company, Inc. for the design of a Pump Station along Wilkinson Boulevard, to replace the Fort Boone Pump Station (Sewer Department).

Purpose: The purpose of this item is to authorize a contract with Palmer Engineering Company, Inc. for the design of a Pump Station along Wilkinson Boulevard, to replace the Fort Boone Pump Station. This project is estimated to eliminate 1 sanitary sewer overflow.

Background: The Fort Boone pump station is a known SSO location. This project will move the pump station and enlarge the capacity and will allow existing private pump station to be connected in the future under cost recovery. This contract will cover evaluation, design, and bidding.

The total contract amount is summarized below:
Contract not to exceed $ 60,700

Financial Analysis: Funds are available in account 300.68.54390.

Recommendation: Approval
Attachment:

Engineering Agreement (to be provided)

Contact Person

Name: William R. Scalf, Jr., PE

Title: Director

Department: Sewer

Phone: 502/875-2448

Email: wscalf@frankfort.ky.gov
7.4 To authorize the filing of a grant application for 2009 Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant CBG) Program and to authorize the Mayor to sign all grant documents (Grants Manager).

Purpose: To authorize the filing of a grant application for 2009 Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program and to authorize the Mayor to sign all grant documents. The proposed project will be designed to develop an Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy; Utilize Technical Consultant Services to complete Energy Audits on City facilities; Energy Efficiency Retrofits for City facilities based on the Energy Audits' findings and to begin a Revolving Fund utilizing "saved" funds for future projects.
Background: The city was made aware of a $132,100.00 allocation in 2009 Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program funds. In order to take advantage of this allocation the city must submit an application outlining a plan for the funds. A list of fourteen eligible activities was included in the Grant Funding Announcement. The city's Energy Efficiency Task Force comprised of employees from all departments met on Wednesday, May 27, 2009 and again on Monday, June 1, 2009 to discuss the grant opportunity and how the funding would be best utilized. The recommendation of the task force was to initially focus on creating an Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy, conduct Energy Audits and begin a Revolving Fund by implementing recommendations and capturing savings. The Public Works Department has approached the University of Louisville to conduct Energy Audits and we are currently on their scheduled list. The city is scheduled to have a Phase I audit in two to three months with a Phase II audit to be completed in the fall. However, if their work load becomes too great we have allocated grant funds to be utilized for Energy Audits. All of the above items are eligible activities according to the Grant Funding Announcement.

Financial Analysis: The EECBG funding allocation is $132,100.00. An estimated budget is attached.

Recommendation: Approval
Attachments:

Proposed Budget
Eligible Activities

Contact Person

Name: Energy Task Force Rebecca Hall

Title: Grants Manager

Department: All Departments City Manager

Phone: 502/875-8500 502/875-8500

Email: amassey@frankfort.ky.gov rhall@frankfort.ky.gov
7.5 To authorize contract award for Construction of a new Laboratory Building at the Wastewater Treatment Plant (Sewer Department).

Purpose: The purpose of this item is to consider awarding a contract for Construction of a new Laboratory Building at the Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Background: The current lab is undersized and out of date, this contract will construct an updated facility plus the current lab space will be remodeled to a break room of sufficient size for the department. The bids will open June 4th at 2:00pm.

BCD, Inc. is the apparent low bidder.
Financial Analysis: Funds available in Account No. 300.68.54390.

Recommendation: Approval
Attachment:

Bid tab

Contact Person

Name: William R. Scalf, Jr., PE

Title: Director

Department: Sewer

Phone: 502/875-2448

Email: wscalf@frankfort.ky.gov
7.6 To authorize contract award for Construction of a new Maintenance Building at the Wastewater Treatment Plant (Sewer Department).

Purpose: The purpose of this item is to consider awarding a contract for Construction of a new Maintenance Building at the Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Background: This building will provide indoor parking for the specialty equipment of the Sewer Department that should not be left out in freezing temperatures. It will also provide storage space to replace the current storage building the Kentucky River Authority would like to purchase. The bids will open June 4th at 2:00pm.

BCD, Inc. is the apparent low bidder.
Financial Analysis: Funds available in Account No. 300.68.54390.

Recommendation: Approval
Attachment:

Bid tab

Contact Person

Name: William R. Scalf, Jr., PE

Title: Director

Department: Sewer

Phone: 502/875-2448

Email: wscalf@frankfort.ky.gov
7.7 To authorize a bid award to Cleary Construction to install sewers along Jones Lane and replace Cedar Run Pump Station (Sewer Department).

Purpose: The purpose of this item is to consider a bid award to Cleary Construction to install sewers along Jones Lane and replace Cedar Run Pump Station.

Background: This project will replace Cedar Run pump station which has been problematic for several years and takes a failing private package plant offline. This will add a trailer park of approximately 50 mobile homes plus an additional 30 homes to the sewer in an area with failing septic tanks. Engineers estimate is $885,000.

Lee Engineering recommends that the City award the contact to the lowest responsible bidder, Cleary Construction, Inc. in the amount of $766,104.00.

Financial Analysis: Funding is available in Account No. 300.68.54390.

Recommendation: Approval
Attachments:

Bid Tab (to be provided)
Engineers Recommendation (to be provided)

Contact Person

Name: William R. Scalf, Jr., PE

Title: Director

Department: Sewer

Phone: 502/875-2448

Email: wscalf@frankfort.ky.gov
7.8 To authorize award of additional funds to the engineering contract with Lee Engineering, LLC for the design of Jones Lane Extension and Cedar Run Pump Station Replacement (Sewer Department).

Purpose: The purpose of this item is to consider adding additional funds, Amendment # 1, to the contract with Lee Engineering, LLC for the design of Jones Lane Extension and Cedar Run Pump Station Replacement.
Background: In November 2006 a contract was entered into with Lee Engineering to prepare plans 5and specifications for Jones Lane Extension and Cedar Run Pump Station Replacement.
Amendment # 1 covers services related to bidding and construction administration of the rehabilitation.
The total contract amount is summarized below:
Original Contract $ 40,000

Amendment # 1 43,500


Revised Contract $83,500

Financial Analysis: Funds are available in Account No. 300.68.54390.

Recommendation: Approval
Attachment:

Amendment # 1 (Attorney Review)

Contact Person

Name: William R. Scalf, Jr., PE

Title: Director

Department: Sewer

Phone: 502/875-2448

Email: wscalf@frankfort.ky.gov
7.9 To authorize award of an engineering contract for a Study of SSO #21 " Wilkinson Boulevard (Sewer Department).
Purpose: The purpose of this item is to consider awarding a contract to an engineering firm to perform a Study of the direct upstream and downstream sewer shed surrounding SSO #21 " Wilkinson Blvd, provide an analysis of possible overflow causes, and present various recommendations for elimination including a cost-benefit analysis for each recommendation.

Background: SSO #21 " Wilkinson Blvd has been a historic problem spot in the sewer system. Located in the Combined Sewer System, there are a range of factors contributing to the overflow which has made it difficult to address including, but not limited to, pipe capacity, upstream and downstream CSO points, and flooding. Elimination of SSO #21 was negotiated in the Consent Judgment for December 2010; however, recent delays in review of the Interim Long Term Control Plan have delayed the Sewer Department's ability to move forward with Design for Elimination. The proposed Study would allow the Sewer Department to continue to move forward as much as possible towards Design on the project.
Based upon qualifications and the time schedule associated with the project, the Sewer Department recommends that the project be awarded to ______________ for $____________.
Financial Analysis: Funds are available in Sewer Account No. 300.68.54390

Recommendation: Approval

Attachment:

Engineering Services Agreement (Attorney Review)

Contact Person

Name: William R. Scalf, Jr., PE

Title: Director

Department: Sewer

Phone: 502/875-2448

Email: wscalf@frankfort.ky.gov
7.1 0 To authorize the Mayor to sign a renewal agreement with Radio Communications Services for maintenance on current E911 equipment (Communications).

Purpose: To authorize the Mayor to sign a renewal agreement with the Radio Communications Services for maintenance on current E911 equipment.

Background: The Frankfort/Franklin County E911 Dispatch Center in July 2004 upgraded its hardware and software for 911, Fire, and Police services. A five-year maintenance agreement was negotiated as part of the original purchase. This Agreement has now come due for renewal. It provides for round- the-clock maintenance and upgrades, and would permit the continuation of this service.
Financial Analysis: Total cost under the Agreement is $34,482 for the period of July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010.

Recommendation: Approval
Attachment:

Service Agreement Quote

Contact Person

Name: Daryl Hensley

Title: Director

Department: Communications

Phone: 502/352-2077

Email: Dhensley@frankfort.ky.gov

7.11 To authorize the filing of an application for 2009 Kentucky Division of Forestry/Firewise Grant funds and authorize the Mayor to execute all grant documents necessary (Fire Department).

Purpose: To authorize the filing of an application for 2009 Kentucky Division of Forestry/Firewise Grant funds and authorize the Mayor to execute all grant documents necessary.
Background: The Kentucky Division of Forestry has opened the 2009 application period for funding provided through the USDA Forest Service in the Firewise Community Grant Program. Grant applications close 7/15/09. Funds are available for wildland and forestry fire fighting equipment and protective gear up to $20,000. The city's share match of any grant received is 20%. Authorized items available for grant funding will be reviewed and applied for once determined.
Financial Analysis: 20% match will be required with the maximum amount being $4,000 to be funded from Account No. 100.42.56550.

Recommendation: Approval
Attachments: None
Contact Person

Name: Wallace Possich

Title: Chief

Department: Fire

Phone: 502/875-8511

Email: wpossich@frankfort,ky.gov

7.12 To authorize removal of three assignments as EMS Shift Supervisors (Fire Department).
Purpose: To approve removing three paramedics from their current duty assignments as EMS Shift Supervisors.
Background: In November 2004 three paramedics were assigned the additional duty of EMS Shift Supervisor with an additional $3,000 annual pay supplement. As a result of a thorough evaluation of the value of those assignments and the cost benefit, it has been determined that those assignments can be removed and their duties otherwise redistributed. With the additional compensation and automatic overtime associated with that compensation, a savings of approximately $15,000 annually will be realized (plus benefit cost). More detailed information is attached in memo form.
Financial Analysis: $15,000 savings in personnel costs plus benefits.

Recommendation: Remove duty assignments as EMS Shift Supervisor effective June 23, 2009 from Steven Clark, Russell Greenwell, and Jeffrey Anglin.

Attachment: Memo dated May 6, 2009

Contact Person

Name: Wallace Possich

Title: Fire Chief

Department: Fire

Phone: 502/875-8511

Email: wpossich@frankfort.ky.gov
7.13 To authorize payment of the second year of three-year agreement with ESRI for an Enterprise License Agreement for GIS software (Sewer Department).

Purpose: The purpose of this item is to authorize payment of the second year of a three-year agreement with ESRI for an Enterprise License Agreement for GIS software.
Background: In June 2008 the City of Frankfort entered into a three year agreement with ESRI for an Enterprise License Agreement of GIS software. The total cost of this three year agreement is $107,250.00 (with 3 equal payments of $35,750.00) and runs till June 30, 2011. The License Agreement is being jointly funded by the Sewer Department, E911 and the IT Department.
Financial Analysis:
Sewer Department $15,000 Account 300.68.56551

E911 $10,000 Account 590.00.51110

IT Department $10,750 Account 100.25.56551

$35,750

Recommendation: Approval

Attachment:

Quotation from ESRI

Contact Person

Name: William R. Scalf, Jr., PE Julsun Pacheco

Title: Director IT Manager

Department: Sewer City Manager

Phone: 502/875-2448 502/875-8500

Email: wscalf@frankfort.ky.gov jpacheco@frankfort.ky.gov
7.14 To authorize the Mayor to sign the Pool Usage Agreement between FAST and the City of Frankfort (Parks and Recreation).

Purpose: To authorize the Mayor to sign the Pool Usage Agreement between FAST and the City of Frankfort.

Background: FAST has entered into a Pool Usage Agreement with the City of Frankfort for a number of years whereby it is authorized to use the pool at Juniper Hills for swim practice and for a swim meet. FAST will pay the City of Frankfort the amount of $750 for the usage of the pool and will also provide liability insurance for its use of the pool.

Financial Analysis: A positive fiscal impact of $750.00.
Recommendation: Approval

Attachment:

Agreement

Contact Person

Name: Jim Parrish

Title: Co-Director

Department: Parks and Recreation

Phone: 502/352-2031

Email: jparrish@frankfort.ky.gov

7.15 To declare as surplus a 1997 Ford super duty rescue truck and to authorize its sale (Fire Department).
Purpose: To authorize declaring as surplus a 1997 Ford super duty rescue truck and to authorize its sale.
Background: The Fire Department's 1997 Rescue Truck has now been replaced with a 2009 Rescue Truck. The 1997 Ford truck has realized its value in service and capability and has begun to require high maintenance costs. It is recommended to declare this vehicle as surplus, advertise it for sale, and have the proceeds from the sale placed in the Fire Department Equipment Account for other needed equipment purchases.

Financial Analysis: $10,000 - $15,000 expected proceeds from sale to be place in Account No. 100.42.56550.
Recommendation: Approval
Attachments: None

Contact Person

Name: Wallace Possich

Title: Chief

Department: Fire

Phone: 502/875-8511

Email: wpossich@frankfort.ky.gov
7.16 To declare as surplus a 1979 Ford 1300 tractor and attachments (Fire Department).
Purpose: To authorize declaring as surplus a 1979 Ford 16 hp tractor with attachments and to authorize its sale.
Background: The Fire Department currently has a 1979 Ford 16 hp tractor with a 6-foot International hitch grader blade and a 5 foot Farm King finish mower. It was originally used to mow fire station lawns but is not longer effectively used. It has realized its value in service and has begun to require excessive maintenance. It is recommended to declare the tractor and its attachments as surplus and advertise it for sale. It is requested that the sale proceeds be placed in the Fire Department account for the purchase of needed equipment.

Financial Analysis: Approximately $5,000 expected proceeds from sale to be placed in Account No. 100.42.56550.
Recommendation: Approval
Attachments: None

Contact Person

Name: Wallace Possich

Title: Chief

Department: Fire

Phone: 502/875-8511

Email: wpossich@frankfort.ky.gov
7. 17 Personnel Action Employee Department Effective Date Other

Promotion Kenneth Barnett Fire 6-23-09 Firefighter II/Paramedic to Sergeant (Driver-Utility)

Re-assignment Steven Clark Fire 6-23-09 EMS Shift Supervisor to Firefighter III/Paramedic

Re-assignment Russell Greenwell Fire 6-23-09 EMS Shift Supervisor to

Firefighter III/Paramedic

Re-assignment Jeffrey Anglin Fire 6-23-09 EMS Shift Supervisor to

Firefighter III/Paramedic

Contact Person

Name: Randy Donahue

Title: Director

Department: Human Resources

Phone: 502/875-8500

Email: rdonahue@frankfort.ky.gov

8. BOARD APPOINTMENTS
9. OLD BUSINESS
10. NEW BUSINESS
11. ADJOURNMENT

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