City Council Meeting 09/06/2016
Agenda, Clemson City Council
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Regular meeting at 6:30 p.m.
Council Chamber, Clemson City Hall
1. Call to Order
2. Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance – Mayor J.C. Cook, III
3. Public Session – Receive public comments that may or may not be on this agenda
4. Approval of Minutes – August 15, 2016
5. Reports/Discussion Agenda:
a. Receive a request from representatives of the Riggs Drive/Strode Circle neighborhood for the construction of sidewalks – Mayor J.C. Cook, III.
b. Receive Recommendations from the Accommodations Tax Committee by Mr. Herb Tyler, ATax Committee Chair – Ms. Sharie Nickles.
c. Item Request – Receive a report from representatives of the engineering firm, Goodwyn, Mills & Caywood regarding the architectural plans and bidding of the Cochran Road utility office and laboratory – Mr. Benjie McGill, Utilities Director.
d. Item Request – Receive a report from the Fire Station Planning Committee, including final site plan, floor plan, building elevations, and construction contract maximum price – Fire Station Planning Committee.
e. Item Request – Receive a report from JCUAB Chairman Jerry Chapman regarding the Optimal College Town Assessment (OCTA) that will be conducted by the College Town Assessment, LLC – Council Member Chapman.
f. Staff and Council Reports.
6. Policy/Action Agenda:
a. Item Request – Consider authorizing a Financial Contribution from the City of Clemson to the Clemson Child Development Center, in the amount of $2,500 for a financial grant match for a shade structure at the Center playground – Council Member Fowler.
c. Item Request – Consider a not-to-exceed contract price for the construction of the proposed new fire station and the up-fit of the current City Hall Community Room into an office suite for Engineering and Stormwater Departments – Fire Station Planning Committee.
d. Item Request – Consider a Revised Budget for the Central-Clemson Indoor Recreation Center for operations of fiscal year 2016-2017, a capital improvement and major maintenance budget, and a change in the CCRC partnership agreement for capital improvement cost sharing to 70% Clemson/30% Central allocation – City Council.