- In other action
On Tuesday, Galt City Council members also:
- Presented the Community of Character award of responsibility to local businessman Mukesh Patel.
- Authorized City Manager Jason Behrmann to move forward with a $35,000 purchase order for services to review planning documents. 4LEAF, Inc., will be paid to verify that building plans submitted to the city are consistent with state and local building codes before developers can start construction.
- Received an update from Mayor Marylou Powers on the city’s strategic plan.
- Discussed in closed session the civil lawsuit filed against the city by employee Boyce Jeffries. It is currently being heard in a Sacramento courtroom.
- Adopted a resolution to authorize Behrmann to execute a contract amendment with Omni-Means Engineers, Ltd., for the Central Galt Interchange Landscaping Project in the amount of $20,000 for construction support services; a contract with Psomas in the amount of $72,080 for construction management services; and funding contingencies of $2,000 for the Omni-Means contract amendment and $7,220 for the Psomas contract, to address any supplemental services that may be required to complete the project.
— Jennifer Bonnett
Posted: Wednesday, December 18, 2013 12:00 am
The city of Galt is expected to spend an additional $18,000 to demolish the Jaycee Hall building, twice what was originally budgeted.
The action was delayed last month due to the discovery of lead-based paint under the vinyl siding and the requirement of additional abatement.
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Wednesday, December 18, 2013 12:00 am.