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CITY OF COLUMBIACITY COUNCIL MEETING REVISEDTUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2015 - 6:00 P.M.CITY HALL - 1737 MAIN STREETCOUNCIL CHAMBERS - 3RD FLOORPrior to entering the meeting please turn all electronic communication devices to the silent, vibrate or offposition. All presenters are asked to speak directly into the microphone for recording purposes.The Columbia City Council will conduct a Council Meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December15, 2015 at City Hall, 1737 Main Street, Columbia, South Carolina.ROLL CALLPLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCEINVOCATION – Chaplain Billie Bright, Columbia Fire DepartmentADOPTION OF THE AGENDAPUBLIC INPUT RELATED TO AGENDA ITEMSCONSENT AGENDACouncil is asked to approve the Consent Agenda Items 1 through 18.CONSIDERATION OF BIDS and AGREEMENTS1.Council is asked to approve Project SS7364; Construction and Relocation of SanitarySewer Mains, New Manholes, Erosion Control and Site Restoration along JacksonBoulevard and I-77, as requested by the Utilities and Engineering Department. Award toD.S. Utilities, Inc., the lowest responsive bidder in the amount of 176,620.00. This firmis located in Little Mountain, SC. Funding and Supplement Source: Sanitary SewerImprovement Fund, 5529999-SS736401-658650 – Note: The budgeted amount for thisproject is 220,036.00.2.Council is asked to approve a Contract Extension for the Purchase of MagnesiumHydroxide through January 31, 2016, as requested by the Metro Wastewater TreatmentPlant. Award to to Premier Magnesia, LLC in the amount of 199,368.00. This firm islocated in West Conshohcken, PA. Funding Source: Utilities Metro WastewaterPlant/Chemicals, 551620-624800 – Note: The original budgeted amount is 200,000.00.3.Council is asked to approve Projects SS7341 and SS7371; Construction of SanitarySewer Replacement and Installation of New Manholes at Kent Street and Tyler Street, asrequested by the Utilities and Engineering Department. Award to Lake Murray UtilitiesCompany, Inc., the lowest responsive bidder in the amount of 384,078.00. This firm islocated in Chapin, SC. Funding Source: Sanitary Sewer Improvement Fund, 5529999658650-SS734101 – Note: This is a Clean Water 2020 Program Project and thebudgeted amount is 384,078.00.AG 12/15/2015 Page 1 of 10

4.Council is asked to approve Project SD387003; An Agreement for conducting awatershed assessment and developing a comprehensive watershed management plan forSmith Branch Watershed, as requested by the Utilities and Engineering Department.Award to McCormick Taylor in the amount of 313,509.22. This firm has headquartersin Philadelphia, PA and a local office in Columbia, SC. Funding Source: Storm DrainCapital Budget, 5549999-SD387003-658650 – Note: This is a Clean Water 2020Program Project and the original budgeted amount for this project is 300,000.00;additional fund of 13,509.22 will come from SD387004 EPA Mandated EnvironmentalProject. The following sub-consultants will receive 80,000.00 or 25.51% of the contractvalue:Sub-consultantsKCI TechnologiesLocationsColumbia, SCRobinson Design EngineersCharleston, SCServicesHydrology and Hydraulics Analysiswater quality data collection & analysisHydrology and Hydraulics Analysis andGeomorphic AssessmentContract %17.54%Amount 55,000.007.97% 25,000.005.Council is asked to approve Project SS691115; Sanitary Sewer Annual Root ControlMaintenance for Fiscal Year 2015/2016, as requested by the Utilities and EngineeringDepartment. Award to Duke’s Root Control in the amount of 450,000.00. This firm islocated in Syracuse, NY. Funding Source: Wastewater Operating Budget, 5516205638305 – Note: This is a Clean Water 2020 Program Project and the original budgetedamount for this project is 500,000.00.6.Council is asked to approve Project SS6966(16); Annual Contract of Sanitary SewerRehabilitation, as requested by the Utilities and Engineering Department. Award toInland Pipe Rehabilitation, the lowest responsive bidder in the amount of 3,659,971.80.This firm is located in Stone Mountain, GA. Funding and Supplement Source: SanitarySewer Improvement Fund, 5529999-658650 – Note: This is a Mentor Protégé ProgramProject. Holzheimer Construction of Gilbert, SC is the Protégé and will implement 1,100,000.00 (30%) of the contract value. This is a Clean Water 2020 Program Projectand the original budgeted amount is 3,680,189.00. The following sub-consultants willreceive 1,450,000 or 39% of the contract value:Sub-consultantsBLDJaamco Drain & Cleaning (SBE)P&S Construction (SBE)7.LocationsKennar, LAIndian Trail, NCLexington, SCServicesLateral RehabilitationCleaning & CCTVCleaning & CCTVContract %33%3%3%Amount 1,200,000.00 125,000.00 125,000.00Council is asked to approve a Contract Renewal for the Health Benefits Plan effectiveJanuary 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016, as requested by the Human ResourcesDepartment. Award to Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina (BCBS) as the thirdparty administrator in the amount of 2,611,182.00. This firm is located in Columbia, SC.Funding Source: GL 6048933AG 12/15/2015 Page 2 of 10

ORDINANCES – SECOND READING8.Ordinance No.: 2015-073 – Granting an encroachment to Rick Patel (SheratonDowntown Columbia) at 1400 Main Street, Richland County TMS #09014-08-15, forinstallation and maintenance of sixteen (16) planters, and installation and maintenance often (10) tables and twenty-eight (28) chairs within the tree zone and sidewalk right ofway area of the 1400 block of Main Street and 1200 block of Washington Street adjacentto 1400 Main Street for use by its patrons for outdoor dining during normal businesshours of 5:00 a.m. until 11:00p.m. Monday- Friday and 7:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. onSaturday and Sunday – First reading approval was given on December1, 2015.9.Ordinance No.: 2015-089 – Authorizing the City Manager to execute a Lease between theCity of Columbia and The Free Medical Clinic for Parcel D, Portion of Richland CountyTMS #11408-12-01A at 1875 Harden Street – First reading approval was given onDecember 1, 2015.10.Ordinance No.: 2015-096 – Granting an encroachment to Persona Wood Fired Pizzeria at1202 Main Street, Richland County TMS #09013-08-14, for installation and maintenanceof six (6) tables and twenty-four (24) chairs within the tree zone and sidewalk right ofway area of the 1200 block of Main Street adjacent to 1202 Main Street for use by itspatrons for outdoor dining during normal business hours of 11:00 a.m. and 9:00p.m.Sunday- Thursday and 11:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday – Firstreading approval was given on December 1, 2015.11.Ordinance No.: 2015-097 – Consenting to the Inclusion of Property in a Multi-CountyIndustrial/Business Park (Seibels Insurance Technology and Services, Richland CountyTMS #1501 Lady Street, Richland County TMS #11402-12-14) – First reading approvalwas given on December 1, 2015.ANNEXATION, COMPREHENSIVE PLAN MAP AMENDMENT & ZONING MAPAMENDMENT – SECOND READING12.1750 Andrews Road, TMS#13701-01-17; request recommendation concerningapplication to annex, assign land use classification Urban Core Residential Small Lot - 1(UCR-1) and zone the property RG-1 (General Residential District -1). The property iscurrently classified as Mixed Residential (High Density) and zoned RM-MD (MixedResidential-Medium Density) in Richland County. – First reading approval was given onDecember 1, 2015.Council District:3Proposal:Annex, assign land use classification UCR and zonethe property RG-1Applicant:Pro Tow Of Columbia, Inc.PC Recommendation:Approve (7-0); 11/02/15Staff Recommendation:Annex, assign UCR-1 Land Use Classification andRG-1 ZoningAG 12/15/2015 Page 3 of 10

Ordinance No.: 2015-108 – Annexing and Incorporating 1750 Andrews Road, RichlandCounty TMS #13701-01-17 into the Plan Columbia Land Use Plan Putting the PiecesTogether adopted by Ordinance No.: 2015-014 on February 17, 2015 – First readingapproval was given on December 1, 2015.13.3807 Capers Road, TMS#13805-07-17; request recommendation concerning applicationto annex, assign land use classification UCR-1 (Urban Core Residential – Small Lot), andzone the property RS-3 (Single Family Residential). The property is currently classifiedas Mixed Residential and zoned RS-HD (Residential, Single-Family, High Density) inRichland County. – First reading approval was given on December 1, 2015.Council District:3Proposal:Annex, assign UCR-1 Land Use Classification, andRS-3 ZoningApplicant:Sarah J. GareauPC Recommendation:Approve (7-0); 11/02/15Staff Recommendation:Annex, assign UCR-1 Land Use Classification andRS-3 ZoningOrdinance No.: 2015-107 – Annexing and Incorporating 3807 Capers Avenue, RichlandCounty TMS #13805-07-17, into the Plan Columbia Land Use Plan Putting the PiecesTogether adopted by Ordinance No. : 2015-014 on February 17, 2015 – First readingapproval was given on December 1, 2015.14.7316, 7320, 7324, and 7340 Garners Ferry Road, TMS#16409-01-01; requestrecommendation concerning application to annex, assign land use classification AC-2(Community Action Corridor) and zone the property C-3 (General Commercial District).The property is currently classified as Neighborhood (Medium Density) and zoned GC(General Commercial) in Richland County. – First reading approval was given onDecember 1, 2015.Council District:3Proposal:Annex, assign AC-2 Land Use Classification, andC-3 ZoningApplicant:Associate Management, Inc.PC Recommendation:Approve (7-0); 11/02/15Staff Recommendation:Annex, assign AC-2 Land Use Classification and C3 ZoningOrdinance No.: 2015-106 – Annexing and Incorporating 7316, 7320, 7324 and 7340Garners Ferry Road, Richland County TMS #16409-01-01, into the Plan Columbia LandUse Plan Putting the Pieces Together adopted by Ordinance No.: 2015-014 on February17, 2015 – First reading approval was given on December 1, 2015.AG 12/15/2015 Page 4 of 10

15.NE/S Spears Creek Church Road, TMS#28800-01-10 (p); request recommendationconcerning application to annex, assign land use classification UEMF (Urban EdgeMulti-Family), and zone the property PUD-R (Planned Unit Development-Residential).The property is currently classified as Neighborhood and zoned PDD (PlannedDevelopment District) in Richland County. – First reading approval was given onDecember 1, 2015.Council District:4Proposal:Annex, assign land use classification UEMF, andzone the property PUD-RApplicant:Woodcreek Development, LLCPC Recommendation:Approve (5-0); 09/14/15Staff Recommendation:Annex, assign UEMF Land Use Classification andPUD-R ZoningOrdinance No.: 2015-086 – Annexing and Incorporating 5.13 acres NE/S Spears CreekChurch Road and W/S Woodcreek Farms Road, Richland County TMS #28800-01-10(portion) into the Plan Columbia Land Use Plan Putting the Pieces Together adopted byOrdinance No.: 2015-014 on February 17, 2015 – First reading approval was given onDecember 1, 2015.ZONING MAP AMENDMENT – SECOND READING16.1511 Williams Street, 600 Canalside Street, N/S Canalside Street (multiple parcels),610 Depot Street, 1625 Williams Street, 463 MacDougall Street, 485 MacDougallStreet, N/S Irwin Park Circle, E/S Irwin Park Circle, 361 Taylor Street, 638 TaylorStreet, 535 Depot Street, 645 Canalside Street, TMS#09005-03-01, -02, -03 to -06, 15, -18, -07, -08, -09, -10, -11, -12, -13, -14, -16, -17; request major amendment to(Canalside) a PUD-C/DD Planned Unit Development-Commercial/Design DevelopmentOverlay District). 1511 Huger Street, 419 Hampton Street, 4 Science Alley, 21Science Alley, 9 Science Alley, 1504 Williams Street, 401 Hampton Street, 1510Williams Street, 1512 Williams Street, and 1516 Williams Street, S/S Huger Street,TMS# 09009-14-11, -14, -15, -22, -23, -24, -25, -26, -27, -28, -31; requestrecommendation to rezone from C-1/DD (Office and Institutional District/DesignDevelopment Overlay District) to PUD-C/DD (Planned Unit DevelopmentCommercial/Design Development Overlay District). – First reading approval was givenon December 1, 2015.Council District:2Proposal:Rezone parcel from C-1/DD to PUD/DDApplicant:Ryan Hyler, Land Holdings Two, LLCPC Recommendation:Cancelled due to Weather 10/05/15 / rescheduled to11/02/2015PC Recommendation:Approve (7-0); 11/02/15Staff Recommendation:ApproveAG 12/15/2015 Page 5 of 10

17.3513 North Beltline Boulevard, TMS#11613-06-07; request recommendation to rezonefrom RS-2 (Single Family Residential District) to C-1 (Office and Institutional District).– First reading approval was given on December 1, 2015.Council District:2Proposal:Rezone parcel from RS-2 to C-1Applicant:Oscar MitchellPC Recommendation:Deny (5-0), 09/14/15Staff Recommendation:DenyTEXT AMENDMENT – SECOND READING18.Recommendation to City Council to Amend §17-404 (e) (4) (Prohibited Signs) to definehow the spacing requirement is measured for the conversion of an outdoor advertisingsign to changeable copy adjacent to an interstate highway. – First reading approval wasgiven on December 1, 2015.Proposal:Chapter 17, Article III, Division 12, Amend §17404 (e)(4) to define how the residential spacingrequirement is measured for the conversion of anoutdoor advertising sign to changeable copyadjacent to an interstate highway.Applicant:The Honorable Mayor Stephen K. BenjaminPC Recommendation:Approve (6-0), 11/02/15Staff Recommendation:ApproveOrdinance No.: 2015-102 – Amending the 1998 Code of Ordinances of the City ofColumbia, South Carolina, Chapter 17, Planning, Land Development and Zoning, ArticleIII, Zoning, Division 12, Signs, Sec. 17-404 Prohibited signs (e)(4) – First readingapproval was given on December 1, 2015.END CONSENT AGENDACONSIDERATION OF BIDS and AGREEMENTS19.Council is asked to approve the Purchase of the Playground Design, Equipment andInstallation at Roy Lynch Park, as requested by Parks and Recreation Department. Awardto Carolina Parks and Play, LLC in the amount of 74,911.42. This vendor is located inCary, NC. Funding Source: General Capital Projects-Rec/Physical Fitness Equipment,4039999-658900 and Roy Lynch Park-Rec/Physical Fitness Equipment – Note: Theoriginal budgeted amount for this purchase is 75,000.00.AG 12/15/2015 Page 6 of 10

20.Council is asked to approve Funding for additional Service Requests and ReimbursableExpenses related to the Multi-Use Venue Agreement between the Owner and Architectfor Design and Engineering Services, as requested by the Special Projects Administrator.Award to Populous, Inc., in the amount of 82,375.00 for additional services. The 170,000.00 for reimbursable expenses will be managed by the Special ProjectsAdministrator. Funding Source: Hospitality Bond Funding and Venue DevelopmentAgreement – Note: The requested amounts are in line with the corresponding portion ofthe budget and result in an overall savings to the project budget.21.Council is asked to approve a Professional Services Agreement for Project DR4241;Flood Recovery Management Services, as requested by the Utilities and EngineeringDepartment Budget and Program Management Office. Award to Landmark Consulting,LLC in an amount not to exceed 2,800,000.00 2,880,000.00. This firm is located inNew Orleans, LA. Funding Source: Funds to cover the cost of this project will be basedon services performed and how those services are allocated to the various City funds.For the General fund, we will utilize the unassigned fund balance to cover the costs. Forthe Water/Sewer Fund and the Storm Water Fund, we will use cash reserves as necessaryto cover the costs associated with the contract. It is anticipated that the City will receivereimbursement for 75% of the expenses associated with this contract. When those fundsare received, they will be used to help replenish the unassigned fund balance and cashreserves as appropriate. The City plans to solicit funding from local, State and othersources for the remaining 25% required. Note: The contract amount includes a 20%contingency. The following sub-consultants will be utilized:Sub-consultantsPlexos Group, LLCDESA, Inc.Chao & Associates, Inc.LocationsBaton Rouge, LAColumbia, SCColumbia, SCServicesCompliance / Project ManagementProject ManagementEngineering Support & OversightPRESENTATIONS22.Introduction of the December 2015 Employee of the Month (Mr. Korie Corbett,Foreman/Wastewater Maintenance Division) – Mr. Joey Jaco, Director of Utilities andEngineering23.Palmetto Clean Energy Program – Mr. Robert Long, Chair of the PaCE Board ofDirectors / General Manager of Resource Planning for SCANA Services, Inc.24.Remembering Columbia – Mr. John Sherer, Director of Cultural Resources for theHistoric Columbia FoundationSTAFF REPORT25.Maintenance Assistance Program – Ms. Deborah Livingston, Community DevelopmentDirectorAG 12/15/2015 Page 7 of 10

UPDATE ON THE CITY’S RESPONSE TO THE OCTOBER 2015 HISTORIC FLOODEVENT - Ms. Teresa Wilson, City ManagerORDINANCE – SECOND READING26.Ordinance No.: 2015-095 (Revised) – Enacting Temporary Waiver of Five-YearCumulative Period for Purposes of Determining Whether Substantial Improvements HaveBeen Made to a Structure for Flood Hazard Mitigation Purposes; Providing forSeverability; Providing an Expiration Date; and Setting forth an Effective Date – Firstreading approval was given on November 2, 2015.PUBLIC HEARINGORDINANCES – FIRST READING27.Ordinance No.: 2015-100 – Amending the 1998 Code of Ordinances of the City ofColumbia, South Carolina, Chapter 10, Law Enforcement, Article I, In General (FalseSecurity Alarms)28.Ordinance No.: 2015-101 – Amending the 1998 Code of Ordinances of the City ofColumbia, South Carolina, Chapter 8, Environmental Health and Sanitation, Article I, InGeneral and Article II, NuisancesORDINANCES – FIRST READING29.Ordinance No.: 2015-109 – Consenting to the Inclusion of Property in a Multi-CountyIndustrial/Business Park (CD/Park 7 Columbia SC High Rise Owner LLC, Parcel 4,Richland County TMS #08916-09-07, Assembly Street)30.Ordinance No.: 2015-110 – Granting an encroachment to Hampton-Taylor-Gregg, LLCfor installation and maintenance of a sidewalk/ramp and hand railing within the right ofway area of the 1900 block of Hampton Street adjacent to 1919 Hampton Street,Richland County TMS #11407-11-11 (portion)RESOLUTIONS31.Resolution No.: R-2015-069 – Authorizing the City Manager to execute a Memorandumof Agreement between the City of Columbia and Junior League of Columbia, Inc. for usethe renovation of Roy Lynch ParkAG 12/15/2015 Page 8 of 10

32.Resolution No.: R-2015-108 (updated) – Authorizing the City Manager to accept a QuitClaim Deed from Bull Street Development LLC for property known as the Plaza Parcel,approximately 0.68 acre portion of Richland County TMS #11501-01-09 and Parcel 5,approximately 0.07 acre portion of Richland County TMS#11501-01-09 as depicted onthe attached "Bull Street Subdivision First Base Building Plat" and authorize the CityManager to execute any documents necessary to complete the purchase of theseproperties33.Resolution No.: R-2015-109 – Amending Resolution Nos.: R-2005-028 and R-2013-032Establishing a policy for term limits for members of city boards, commissions,committees and development corporationsCITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE REPORTS/REFERALSMembers of Council are asked to provide committee reports and/or present motions to referspecific matters to a Council Committee at this time.APPEARANCE OF THE PUBLICAG 12/15/2015 Page 9 of 10

Meeting DatesDecember 15, 2015January 5, 2016Type of MeetingMeeting TimesWork SessionCity Hall – 1737 Main Street – 2nd Floor Conference RoomCouncil MeetingCity Hall – 1737 Main Street – Council Chambers – 3rd Floor2:00 p.m.Work SessionCity Hall – 1737 Main Street – 2nd Floor Conference RoomCouncil MeetingCity Hall – 1737 Main Street – Council Chambers – 3rd Floor2:00 p.m.6:00 p.m.6:00 p.m.January 7-9, 2016City Council RetreatJanuary 19, 2016Work SessionCity Hall – 1737 Main Street – 2nd Floor Conference RoomCouncil Meeting / Zoning Public HearingCity Hall – 1737 Main Street – Council Chambers – 3rd Floor2:00 p.m.State of the City AddressColumbia Metropolitan Convention Center – 1010 Lincoln Street6:00 p.m.January 20,