Media December 13, 2016 Phoenixville Borough Council

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Phoenixville Borough Council
Tuesday, December 13, 2016
7:00 PM
AGENDA
I. Moment of Silence/Pledge of Allegiance
II. Roll Call – Borough Secretary
III. Consider Approval of the November 8, 2016 regular meeting minutes.
IV. Presentations - None
V. Conditional Use Hearing - None
VI. Public Participation
VII. Executive Session – Personnel, Real Estate, Litigation
VIII. Appointments
A. Call for Residents interested in being appointed to various Boards and
Commissions.
B. Consider accepting resignation of Ann Caulfield from the Beautification
Advisory Commission.
C. Consider appointment to the Beautification Advisory Commission.
IX. Communications/Council Participation
X. New Business
A. Consider approval of the 2017 Budget.
B. Consider Staff recommendation regarding end of year budget
adjustments.
C. Consider scheduling and advertising 2017 meetings of Council, Boards,
Commissions, and Committees.
D. Consider a Motion to accept Philip Brothers Electrical Contractors, Inc.
request to be withdrawn from consideration from the Phoenixville WTP
Low Lift Pump VFD Bid pursuant to State Law 73 P.S. Section 1602.
E. Consider a Motion to award the Phoenixville WTP Low Lift Pump VFD Bid
to MJF Electrical Contracting, Inc. in the amount of $115,500.00 as the
next lowest responsible bidder per the Borough Manager’s Memorandum
of December 7, 2016.
XI. Resolutions
A. Consider a Resolution authorizing submission of a PECO Green Region
Open Space Program grant application.
B. Consider a Resolution eliminating member payments to the Police
Pension Plan Fund for the calendar year 2017.
C. Consider approval of a Resolution to revise the Master Schedule of Fees
for 2017.
D. A Resolution by the Council of the Borough of Phoenixville, Chester
County, Pennsylvania, Authorizing the Submission of a Multimodal
Transportation Fund (MTF) Grant to the Pennsylvania Department of
Transportation.
XII. Public Hearings
A. Consider scheduling and advertising a Public Hearing for an Ordinance
Amendment to Chapter 15, “Motor Vehicles and Traffic”.
B. Consider an Ordinance setting the millage for Real Property for the Year
2017.
XIII. Reports of Committees, Boards, and Commissions
A. Planning Commission – (Kuznar)
1. Consider a Resolution for Final Approval of the Subdivision and
Land Development Plan for 20 High Street. Planning Commission
recommended approval in their Action Memo of November 18,
2016 by vote of 6-0.
2. Consider a Resolution for Final Approval of the Subdivision and
Land Development Plan for 18 South Second Avenue (Borough
Public Works Building). Planning Commission recommended
approval in their Action Memo of November 18, 2016 by vote of 6-
0.
3. Consider a Resolution for Approval of the Subdivision Plan for
SteelTown Village. Planning Commission recommended approval
in their Action Memo of December 9, 2016 by vote of 6-0.
4. Consider a Resolution for Approval of the Preliminary Subdivision
and Land Development Plan for Steelworks. Planning Commission
recommended approval in their Action Memo of December 9, 2016
by vote of 6-0.
B. Historical Architectural Review Board – (Dugan)
1. Consider approval of the Sign Request for 131 Bridge Street as
recommended (5-0) by the HARB Action Memo of November 9,
2016.
2. Consider approval of the Repair Request for 305 Bridge Street as
recommended (5-0) by the HARB Action Memo of November 9,
2016.
3. Consider approval of the Repair/Sign Request for 26 South Main
Street as recommended (4-0-1) by the HARB Action Memo of
November 9, 2016.
C. Regional Planning Commission – (Ewald)
D. Recreation Board – (Dugan)
E. Beautification Advisory Commission – (Soto)
XIV. Council Action referred from Council Committees
A. Parks and Recreation Committee – (Soto, Dugan, Kovaleski)
1. Consider a Temporary Community Event for First Fridays 2017 on
May 5, June 2, July 7, August 4, September 1, and October 6, 2017
from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Bridge and Main Parking Lot and Main
Street between Bridge Street and Church Street to be closed from
12:00 noon to 10:00 pm. Recommended in Committee 2-0.
2. Consider a Temporary Community Event for the 2017 Food Truck
Festival on Saturday, May 6 and October 7, 2017 from 11:00 am to
6:00 pm. Bridge and Main Parking Lot, Main Street between Taylor
Alley and Church Street, and Bridge Street between Starr Street
and Gay Street to be closed from 6:00 am to 8:00 pm.
Recommended in Committee 2-0.

B. Policy Committee – (Dalton, Doherty. Soto)
1. No Action to Report.
C. Police and Personnel Committee – (Doherty, Kuznar, Ewald)
1. No Action to Report.
D. Infrastructure Committee – (Ewald, Dalton, Kovaleski)
1. Consider KLS proposal of $15,000 to manage the
construction/installation of new streetlights and that the fee be
included in the bond package. Recommended in Committee 3-0.
2. Consider Carnevale proposal of Not to Exceed $9,000 to develop a
Master Plan for the Recreation Building at Friendship Field.
Recommended in Committee 3-0.
E. Finance Committee – (Dugan, Kuznar, Ichter, Kovaleski)
1. Consider approval of the 2016 Pre-Paid dated 10/8/2016 –
11/4/2016 in the amount of $1,846,833.12. Recommended in
Committee 4-0.
2. Consider approval of the 2016 Pre-Paid ACH dated 10/31/2016 in
the amount of $2,312.16. Recommended in Committee 4-0.
3. Consider Budget Transfer 2016-25 of $2,700 from Water
Distribution (Propane) to Water Distribution (Contracted Services)
for the hiring of private contractor. Recommended in Committee 4-
0.
4. Consider Budget Transfer 2016-26 of $3,000 from Solid Waste
(Vehicle Fuel) to Recycling (Vehicle Fuel) for vehicle fuel over
budget, and $12,000 from Solid Waste (Vehicle Fuel) to Recycling
(Vehicle Maintenance) for vehicle maintenance over budget, and
$15,000 from Solid Waste (Vehicle Fuel) to Recycling (Repairs &
Maintenance) for vehicle repairs and maintenance over budget.
Recommended in Committee 4-0.
5. Consider Budget Increase 2016-20 of $1,280 from Fund Balance to
Police Protection (Protective Vests) for the purchase of additional
protective gear. Recommended in Committee 4-0.
6. Consider Budget Increase 2016-22 of $4,000 from Fund Balance to
Water Distribution (Overtime) for additional overtime due to repairs.
Recommended in Committee 4-0.
7. Consider Budget Increase 2016-23 of $70 from Fund Balance to
Water Distribution (Training & Conferences) for registration and
testing. Recommended in Committee 4-0.
8. Consider Budget Increase 2016-24 of $9,000 from Fund Balance to
Water Distribution (Other Repair & Maintenance Supplies) for
multiple fire line taps. Recommended in Committee 4-0.
9. Consider Budget Increase 2016-25 of $3,300 from Fund Balance to
Water Treatment (Repair & Maintenance Supplies) to repair
sedimentation basin joint leak. Recommended in Committee 4-0.
10. Consider Budget Increase 2016-28 of $2,000 from Legislative
(Labor Solicitor) to Legislative (Legal Advertising) for legal
advertising being over budget. Recommended in Committee 4-0.
11. Consider Budget Increase of $15,000 from Fund Balance to acquire
the Magic Software Module for the Caselle Program.
Recommended in Committee 4-0.
XV. Public Participation
XVI. Staff Reports
A. Mayor’s Report
B. Manager’s Report
1. Consider cancellation of December Committee Meetings.
C. Police Chief’s Report
D. Fire Chief’s Report
E. Code Director’s Report
F. Public Works Director’s Report
G. Finance Director’s Report
H. Fire Department Liaison – (Doherty)
XVII. Old Business
XVIII. Executive Session - Personnel, Real Estate, Litigation
XIX. Adjournment

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