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CITY OF LORAIN
BOARD OF CONTROL 
AGENDA 

JULY 28, 2021 at 11:15 a.m.




 
 
             
1.   ROLL CALL
 
2.   MATTERS FOR DISCUSSION
 
a.   A request from the Deaprtment of Public Property, Garage division, for repairs to Street Unit 29 by Truck Sales & Service, Inc for an amount not to exceed $6,248.51. This is for transmission replacement.  Funding will be through Garage Parts Inventory for Sale G/L 7010.I701.6400.3500.
 
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b.   The Fire Department requests an additional $711.26 for the Tower 1 radiator repairs approved at the June 11, 2021 Board of Control Meeting.  The initial radiator quote from Sutphen was $4,394.00; the radiator actually needed for the repair also included the air cooling module and with shipping totaled $5,282.69.  This, unfortunately, is not an optional repair.
 
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c.   The Building, Housing and Planning Department requests approval to grant El Centro de Servicios Sociales, Inc. $15,000 for their back-to-school mobile vaccine clinic. The funds will be paid from the American Rescue Plan (2359.R235.6300.3307). Lorain City Council passed a resolution concurring with this American Rescue Plan Act expenditure on July 19, 2021. Click to View
 
d.   The Building, Housing and Planning Department requests approval to grant the City of Lorain $20,000 for the purchase of new public seating for Lorain City Council Chambers. The funds will be paid from the American Rescue Plan (2359.R235.6300.3307). Lorain City Council passed a resolution concurring with this American Rescue Plan Act expenditure on July 19, 2021.
 
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e.   The Building, Housing and Planning Department requests approval to grant Lorain City Schools $15,000 for the Safely Back to School Event to be held at Black River Landing on August 1, 2021.  The funds will be paid from the American Rescue Plan (2359.R235.6300.3307). Lorain City Council passed a resolution concurring with this American Rescue Plan Act expenditure on July 19, 2021.
 
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f.  
The Building, Housing and Planning Department requests approval to purchase playground equipment from Midstates Recreation for Fairless, Maple, Homewood, G Street, Westwood, and General Johnnie Wilson Parks in the amount of $65,435.70. Funds will be paid for out CDBG Funds (2260.R226.7110.6700.1500) contingent on compliance with other federal requirements, including environmental reviews.
 
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g.   The Building, Housing and Planning Department, requests to amend the approval of Board of Control agenda item g., CHN Housing Partners – Community Development Block Grant (Down Payment Assistance), from the July 21st, 2021 meeting, as the account listed in that agenda item was incorrect. The agenda stated that the funds will be paid out of the Block Grant Home Repair funds account, when actually the funds will be paid out of the Block Grant Home Ownership DPA (Down Payment Assistance) account number 2260.R226.7175.6300.6060.

 
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h.   The Building, Housing and Planning Department requests approval for a Home Repair loan for a new roof and chimney repairs at 3131 Toledo Avenue for Milta Rodriguez in the amount of $14,135 (which includes a 10% contingency of $1,285). Proposals were received from Klaus Roofing ($9,995), Davinci Construction ($12,850), and Advanced Builders ($13,489.12) for a new roof and chimney repairs. DaVinci Construction provided the most robust quote, which includes chimney repairs. Klaus Roofing did not include the chimney repair. The work will be paid out of the Block Grant Emergency Home Repair funds account number 2260.R226.7130.6400.6100 contingent on compliance with other federal requirements, including environmental reviews.

 
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i.   The Building, Housing and Planning Department (BHP) requests approval for a Home Repair loan in the amount of $10,758 for a new roof and plumbing at 1922 W. 40th Street for Melody Sebo.
 
BHP requests funds in the amount of $8,910 (which includes a 10% contingency of $810) for roof repairs to be provided by Larry’s Roofing. Proposals were received from Larry's Roofing ($8,100), Weathertight Roofing ($8,635), Dan Williams Roofing ($10,300), and Kaminski Roofing ($14,565). Larry’s Roofing provided the most affordable, robust, and complete estimate for the project.
 
BHP also requests $1,848 (which includes a 10% contingency of $168) for a new sump pump and plumbing repairs to be provided by Value Rooter. Proposals were received by Value Rooter ($1,680), Reliable Basement & Drain ($862.00), DM Plumbing ($980.00), and Roto Rooter ($3,100). Reliable Basement & Drain and DM Plumbing estimates did not include all of the work to fulfill the necessary repairs that are included with the estimate from Value Rooter.
 
The work will be paid out of the Block Grant Emergency Home Repair funds account number 2260.R226.7130.6400.6100 contingent on compliance with other federal requirements, including environmental reviews.

 
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j.   The Lorain Police Department request approval to purchase a new server, from Dell Technologies, to replace old evidence server that is going bad in the amount of $60,061.53 to be paid out of the Levy. Click to View
 
3.   ADJOURNMENT
 
 

    

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