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A representative of Henderson Land Services, LLC, stated that as the apparent low bidder, he was awaiting contact by the city. He noted that he called the engineering office on September 8, and was informed that the bid was considered nonresponsive. He added that he had submitted every actionable page, but what were not submitted were 70 pages of boiler plate information.

MOTION was made by Brusselback, seconded by Obteshka, to approve the bid protest submitted by Henderson Land Services, LLC for the Nye Creek Bio-filtration Supplemental Environmental Project, and determine Henderson Land Services, LLC to be a responsive bidder. The motion carried unanimously in a voice vote.

ACTION ITEMS

Award of contract for the Nye Creek Bio-filtration Supplemental Environmental Project. MOTION was made by Obteshka, seconded by Brusselback, to authorize the Public Works Department to issue a Notice of Award for the Nye Creek Bio-filtration Supplemental Environmental Project to the low bidder, Henderson Land Services, LLC of Lake Oswego, Oregon, in the amount of $42,900, and authorize the city manager to execute all necessary contract documents. The motion carried unanimously in a voice vote.

Consideration of creating an Airline Sustainability Task Force. McCarthy explained that the task force would discuss options for continued air service at the end of the subsidy period. A brief discussion ensued regarding the composition of the task force. MOTION was made by Brusselback, seconded by McConnell, to adopt Resolution No. 3481, creating an Airline Sustainability Task Force. Walter Sherman asked about the mission statement. The motion carried unanimously in a voice vote.

Consideration of bid proposals for restrooms at 9th and Hurbert Streets and the Bayfront. Voetberg explained the request. Obteshka asked whether the price differential was due to façade differences. Steve Dickinson, representing the Parks and Recreation Department, reported that there are two different companies, two different projects, and two different locations. MOTION was made by McConnell, seconded by Patrick, to award the bid proposal by Public Restroom Company to provide a nautical-themed facility on the Bayfront across from Port Dock 1, in the amount of $111,602; and to award the bid proposal by North Bank Excavation to provide an art deco-themed restroom at 9th and Hurbert Streets, in the amount of $99,500, and authorize the city manager to execute all necessary contractual documents on behalf of the City Council. The motion carried unanimously in a voice vote.

Consideration of Amendment No. 1 to the 2009 Statewide Airport Pavement Maintenance Program IGA between the city and the Oregon Department of Aviation for additional taxiway painting. Voetberg explained that the city currently has an agreement with the state for pavement management. He added that additional work has been identified, and Reno has determined that the bidder could also perform the additional work, but an amendment would have to be made to the IGA with the state. MOTION was made by Patrick, seconded by McConnell, to approve Amendment No. 1

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