The MVP presentations took the most time.
Day went over the project and the proposed schedule. He also discussed the need for the pipeline, noting the decrease in coal, increase in domestic gas supply, lower prices and inadequate infrastructure. Day noted natural gas and its benefits for the environments and the benefits of the pipeline for
Sutton talked about the 81 proposed stream crossings and other environmental issues as well as the evacuation zone and its negative impact on
Sutton then discussed landowner issues, claiming landowners have denied accessed to surveyors and the surveyors have trespassed on their property, landowners have been told the pipeline is a “done deal,” and landowners have been threatened with eminent domain. She also talked about pipeline dangers, including methane leaks and explosions, and waterway contamination.
Sutton ended her presentation by asking the council to sign a resolution to oppose the project.
Before the presentation, the council began the meeting with a presentation on Moorefield building renovations by Clearscapes. The presentation included a review of the design concept, which represented the incorporation of the Moorefield building into the existing flow and footprint of the
Senior Project Architect
A project ordinance worth $880,000 is needed to move forward with the design and renovation. Design is expected to take four months with the project finishing in early 2019. Construction will then begin in April and conclude in fall 2019.
The council agreed to place the item on its
The council then went over the streambank restoration project and the
Assistant City Manager
Kirkman added that the streambank restoration is scheduled to be completed this year, with the building and terraces,
Water Resources Director
The council then went over a presentation by Utility Metering Solutions for advanced metering technology.
The council had previously issued a Request for Qualifications to provide advanced metering infrastructure program management services. The RFQ was designed to assess the city’s current metering infrastructure and provide recommendations regarding the various types of technology that can be used to implement an advanced metering project.
Mitchell opened by talking about the different types of meters and their evolution. He added that there was a technology evolution as well. He then touched base on the meter replacement program methodology.
The council agreed to move forward with the item.
The council then discussed a
The project concerns 75 trees between the train track and the
Once the trees are removed, the
The council also:
* Received an update on the Rental Assistance Demonstration by
* Discussed right-of-way use agreements with Fiber Technologies Network and
* Received an update on the Community Improvement Program, which was designed to make positive impacts in communities in
* Received four requests from the
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