Tracy City Council Agenda Tuesday, Nov. 5
by TP staff
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This is the preliminary agenda for the regular meeting of the Tracy City Council at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5, at City Hall, 333 Civic Center Drive.

Discussion items

• Approve a high-technology incentive program

• Review and discuss council follow-up procedure and provide staff direction

• Complete a second reading of Ordinance 1189, regarding time limits and extensions for development review permits

Consent calendar

• Reinstate a full-time box office coordinator position and reallocate an administrative assistant II and a cultural arts manager-performing arts to the box office coordinator position 

• Accept the Senior Center Recreation Area as completed by American Asphalt of Hayward and authorize the city clerk to file the notice of completion 

Approve Amendment 1 to the professional services agreement with Kimley-Horn and Associates for the Tracy Hills Specific Plan Amendment environmental impact report 

Award a construction contract to Commercial Pump and Mechanical of Chico for Phase 2 of upgrades to the Larch Road storm water pump station and authorize the city manager to execute the contract 

Allow a minor amendment to the Barnes & Noble-Sports Authority final development plan to modify the façade and add a loading dock at 3150 Naglee Road 

Dispense with the bid process and authorize the purchase of two triple combination fire pumpers from Hi-tech Emergency Vehicle Service Inc. 

• Waive the competitive bidding process and continue to procure centrifuge rental services from Karl Needham Enterprises of Stockton 

• Authorize the chief of police to execute a memorandum of understanding between San Joaquin County law enforcement agencies for the "Avoid the 10" DUI campaign from Oct. 1 to Sept. 30

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November 04, 2013
"Waive the competitive bidding process and continue to procure centrifuge rental services from Karl Needham Enterprises of Stockton"

Doesn't all government purchases over a certain amount HAVE TO got out to bid?

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