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CITY OF LORAIN
BOARD OF CONTROL 
AGENDA 

JULY 21, 2021 at 11:15 a.m.




 
 
             
1.   ROLL CALL
 
2.   MATTERS FOR DISCUSSION
 
a.   A request from the Lorain Police Department to purchase 5 - 2022 Chevy Malibus from Ganley Chevrolet of Aurora in the amount of $89,640.00; 10 - Ethernet Adapters from GHA Technologies in the amount of $177.70; 9 - 1080 p HD In-Car Camera Systems and components from Pro-Vision Video Systems in the amount of $32, 384.53; 12 - car radios from VASU Communications in the amount of $19,079.70; 9 - Dodge Chargers ready for patrol from Greve Chrysler Jeep Dodge in the amount of $415,386.00; 5 - Lights set up for Chevy Malibu from Statewide Emergency Products in the amount of $12,235.00; 10  - Sierra Wireless Airlink and components from Brite in the amount of $10,600.00; and 10 - computers with setup in the amount of $44,503.00 from Brite to be paid from the Police Levy Special Revenue Fund. This was passed by Lorain City Council, Ordinance 61-21, on April 19, 2021. 
 
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b.  
A request from the Lorain Utilities Department to enter into a contract with Terrace Construction through an emergency ordinance to repair the water main at the corner of Broadway and Cooper Foster Park Road in the amount of $110,211.56. Emergency ordinance was approved by city council on 06/07/21 10G. Funding GL account 6020.P602.6190.6300.1500 Contractual Service.
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c.   The Building, Housing and Planning Department requests approval for the purchase of 8 Automated External Defibrillators (AED) to place on each floor of Lorain City Hall, and one to place in the Treasurer's Office in the amount of $12,082.00 from the American Red Cross. Additional quotes were received from Cardiac Life, Discount EMS Supplies, and Biomedical Instrumentation Services; American Red Cross was determined to be the lowest and best. Funds will be paid for out of State CARES Act Funding (2358.R235.6300.3305). Lorain City Council passed resolution 22-21 on June 7, 2021 concurring with this CARES Act Expenditure.  Click to View
 
d.   A request from the Building, Housing & Planning Department to approve a Contract with Great Lakes Deconstruction for the demolition of 207 W. 31st St., 313 W. 10th St., 413 Colorado Ave., 2236 Elyria Ave. in the amount of $64,262.00 (Base Bid = $58,420.00 + 10% Contingency = $5,842.00). Funds for the contract will be paid from Safety/Service account #Great Lakes Deconstruction was determined to be the lowest and best bidder. The City received 3 bids. Approval of this expense by the Board of Control is contingent on the approval by Lorain City Council on July 19, 2021.
 
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e.   The Building, Housing and Planning Department requests approval for a Home Repair loan for main water line replace, installation of a new hot water heater (plus removal of old one) and installation of new sump pump (along with removal of old one) to be repaired at 1934 Madison Avenue for Marcia McGregor in the amount of $3,361.30 (which includes a 10% contingency of $305.57). The work will be conducted by Raymond Plumbing. Proposals were received from Raymond Plumbing ($3,055.73), Big O’s Rooter Service ($3,715.00), and Ray Esser & Sons, Inc ($4,500.00) for plumbing repairs. The work will be paid out of the Block Grant Home Repair funds contingent on compliance with other federal requirements, including environmental reviews. Click to View
 
f.   The Building, Housing and Planning Department requests approval for a Home Repair loan for roofing replacement at 811 W 21st St. for Levie Drummer in the amount $11,049.50 (which includes a 10% contingency of $1004.50). The work will be conducted by Farley's Roofing. Proposals were received from Farley’s Roofing ($10,045.00), Dan Williams ($11,500.00) and Advanced Builders ($13,499.00) for roofing replacement. This work will be paid out of the Block Grant Home Repair funds contingent on compliance with other federal requirements, including environmental reviews. 

 
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g.   CHN Housing Partners – Community Development Block Grant (Down Payment Assistance) 

The Building, Housing and Planning Department, through a sub-recipient agreement with CHN Housing Partners, requests approval to open a purchase order in the amount of $177,500 for the implementation of a Homeownership Down Payment Assistance Program within the City of Lorain (the City).
 
The Down Payment Assistance Program will provide down payment funding assistance to prospective homebuyers who have low - moderate income as defined by the Department of Housing and Urban Development FY Income Limits. The maximum purchase price for homes under this program may not exceed $149,000. The maximum down payment assistance from the City will not exceed $14,900, which can be used toward any combination of buyers down payment, eligible closing costs, and principle reduction.
 
The funds will be paid out of the Block Grant Home Repair funds contingent on compliance with other federal requirements, including environmental reviews.
 
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h.   A request from the Department of Public Property, Building Maintenance Division to allow S.A. Comunale to perform 5 year annual fire inspection and  system maintenance at Lorain City Hall for an amount not to exceed $5,125.00.  This will be funded through Building Maintenance Contractual Services G/L account  1010.V100.3130.6300.1500.
 
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i.   A request from the Clerk of Council, to obtain the services of Superprinter to perform the services outlined in Ord. 115-21, which authorizing the Clerk to enter into an agreement w/Superprinter to perform the services of printing, mailing, addressing, formatting, etc. the Charter document for delivery to the electors who voted in the last General Election. The amount shall not exceed $25,000 and has been appropriated. 
 
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3.   ADJOURNMENT
 
 

    

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