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May 14, 2013

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REGULAR MEETING - CALL TO ORDER - 9:00 AM

PRESENTATIONS ......................................................................................................

PUBLIC COMMENT .................................................................................................... 2

CONSENT ...................................................................................................................

TRANSPORTATION AGENCY ................................................................................

PUBLIC SERVICES AGENCY . .................................................................................

SUPPORT SERVICES AGENCY ..............................................................................

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS .....................................................................................

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT HEARINGS ...........................................................................................................

PUBLIC COMMENT .................................................................................................... 9


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APPOINTMENTS ......................................................................................................

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PRESENTATIONS AGENDA COVER REGULAR MEETING OF MAY 14, 2013


ITEM NO.

To present a proclamation to Cobb and Douglas Public Health designating the month of May, 2013 as Asthma Awareness Month in Cobb County. To present the 2013 Martha Logue Excellence in Leadership Award on behalf of the Cobb EXCEL Alumni Association.

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Agenda Item Number. 1

Cobb County Board of Commissioners


Tim Lee, Chairman 100 Cherokee Street, Suite 300 Marietta, Georgia 30090-7000 (770) 528-3305 / fax: (770) 528-2606

Comm. Dist. All.

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Tim Lee, Chairman This item has been electronically signed by:
Tim Lee, Chairman

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To present a proclamation to Cobb and Douglas Public Health designating the month of May, 2013 as Asthma Awareness Month in Cobb County.

BACKGROUND
In Georgia 297,000 children under the age of 18 have asthma. It is one of the leading causes of childhood hospitalizations and school absenteeism. Asthma is a long-term disease of the lungs. The disease has reached epidemic proportions in the United States affecting more than 26 million people.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners present a proclamation to the Cobb and Douglas Public Health, designating the month of May 2013 as Asthma Awareness Month in Cobb County.

ATTACHMENTS
Proclamation

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PROCLAMATION
WHEREAS Asthma has reached epidemic proportions in the United States, affecting approximately 26 million people. In the state of Georgia, an estimated 297,000 of children ages 0-17 have asthma. The disease is one of the leading causes of childhood hospitalizations, and school absenteeism as well as an estimated 14.2 million lost work days in adults; and Each year nearly 3.1 million people are seen in the hospital with asthma as a primary diagnosis and more than 3,400 people die from asthma. It is a long-term, inflammatory disease in which the airways of the lungs constrict, causing breathlessness, chest tightness and coughing; and Secondhand smoke worsens asthma in both children and adults and exposure to allergens and irritants such as dust mites, mold, cockroaches, pets and secondhand smoke can trigger an asthma episode; and There are simple steps people can take to reduce their exposure to environmental asthma triggers in public places, schools, hospitals and in the home; so We, the Cobb County Board of Commissioners, do proclaim the month of May 2013 as Asthma Awareness Month and together with Cobb and Douglas Public Health encourage residents to identify and reduce their exposures to environmental triggers in homes and schools, and incorporate environmental controls into their asthma management plans. This, the 14th day of May, 2013.

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

THEREFORE

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Agenda Item Number. 2

Cobb County County Manager 's Office


David Hankerson, County Manager 100 Cherokee Street, Suite 300 Marietta, Georgia 30090-7000 (770) 528-2600 / fax: (770) 528-2606

Comm. Dist. All

TO: FROM:

Board of Commissioners David Hankerson, County Manager This item has been electronically signed by:
David Hankerson, County Manager

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To present the 2013 Martha Logue Excellence in Leadership Award on behalf of the Cobb EXCEL Alumni Association.

BACKGROUND
Martha Logue began her career in Cobb County Government in 1984, rising through the ranks to Assistant Controller. Before her untimely passing, Martha left a legacy of striving for excellence in everything she undertook. Inspiring her co-workers and fellow managers with her integrity and professionalism, she had a unique talent to bring out the best in those with whom she worked. With a quick smile and a ready quip, Marthas humor complimented her high ethical standards for which she was well known. As a dedicated County employee, Martha epitomized the value of public service and excelled in her commitment to delivering the best in customer service. Marthas example of excellence in leadership inspired the EXCEL Alumni Association, of which she was a treasured member, to name an award in her honor. This Award has been presented to an outstanding Cobb EXCEL Alumni Association member every year since 1993.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners to present the 2013 Martha Logue Excellence in Leadership Award on behalf of the Cobb EXCEL Alumni Association

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PUBLIC COMMENT (BEGINNING OF MEETING) MAY 14, 2013 Those persons wishing to address the Board of Commissioners will please sign up on the "Public Comment" sign-in sheet located inside the meeting room. The sign-in sheet is located on a table near the front of the room (under the overhead screen). Sign-in sheets will be available approximately five (5) minutes before the meeting begins. Please note that there are separate sheets for beginning of meeting and end of meeting with six (6) positions on each sheet. Persons signed up to address the Board will be called upon by the County Attorney and will please come forward to make their remarks from the podium. Each speaker will be allotted a maximum of five (5) minutes, as shown on a timer at the podium. Speakers should direct their comments toward the Chairman only. The Board is pleased to offer this opportunity at each regular meeting.

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CONSENT AGENDA REGULAR MEETING OF MAY 14, 2013


ITEM NO.

WATER SYSTEM AGENCY Engineering 1 To convey by quit claim deed to the underlying property owner, PPF AMLI Barrett Lakes Boulevard, LLC, any County rights associated with a portion of an abandoned sanitary sewer easement in Land Lots 721 and 792 of the 16th District. To convey by quit claim deed to the underlying property owners, Forrest Mart Associates, LLP, any County rights associated with a sanitary sewer easement in Land Lot 282 of the 18th District. To approve Change Order No. 1 (final) to the construction contract with Tippins Contracting Co., Inc. for Indian Hills Area Water Main Replacement, Phase 5, Program No. W2199. To approve the List of Prequalified Contractors for water and sewer line installation. To approve Change Order No. 1 (final) to the construction contract with G. S. Construction, Inc. for Pair Road Water Main Replacement, Program No. W2245. To approve a construction contract with T. J. Lyle & Co., Inc. for Shannon Green Phase 2 Water Main Replacement, Program No.W2237. TRANSPORTATION AGENCY Administration 7 To determine that circumstances are such that it is necessary to proceed with condemnation proceedings by Declaration of Taking under O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, et seq., on four parcels on Skip Spann Connector (also known as Busbee/Frey Connector), State P. I. No. 0010157, Cobb County Project No. E4010. To determine that circumstances are such that it is necessary to proceed with condemnation proceedings by Declaration of Taking under O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, et seq., on one parcel on Ewing Road Sidewalk, Project No. E7110. Engineering 9 To approve a Cobb Framework Agreement with the Cumberland Community Improvement District for thoroughfare improvements on SR3/US41/Cobb Parkway, from Paces Mill Road to Akers Mill Road, State P. I. No. 721125, Cobb County Project No. D4090, Cumberland Community Improvement District Project No. CCID-1014.
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Road Maintenance 10 To approve a contract with Tidwell Lawn Care, Inc., for the 2013 Shoulder Maintenance Project No. TR465, MIS Contract No. 000636. Planning 11 To approve Amendment No. 1 to the Cooperative/Subgrant Agreement with the City of Marietta for construction of transit pedestrian access improvements along Powder Springs Street. Transit 12 To approve Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to the contract with Clever Devices, Ltd., successor-in-interest to Digital Recorders, for the modification of Cobb Community Transit's Automatic Vehicle Location system data files to support web-based trip planning tools for transit patrons. PUBLIC SERVICES AGENCY Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs 13 To approve the revised Master Plan for Leone Hall Price Park governing future development of this 95.7 acre property. Senior Services 14 To authorize the acceptance of a donation from the dissolved Cobb Cares, Incorporated. SUPPORT SERVICES AGENCY Property Management 15 To approve the ranking of the three most qualified firms for the design/construction of a new air traffic control tower at Cobb County Airport-McCollum Field. Fleet Management 16 To approve an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Cobb and Douglas Public Health for preventive maintenance and repair services for eight vehicles. PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCY Police 17 To authorize the application for and acceptance of Department of Homeland Security Grant Program funds passed through the Georgia Emergency Management Agency to enhance homeland security. Fire & Emergency Services 18 To authorize the acceptance of a donation from the WalMart Foundation.
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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY Administration 19 To authorize for the Chairman to execute a Cancellation of the Deed to Secure Debt given to Cobb County by Circle W Construction, Inc. for improvements in Cobblestone Ridge Community recorded in Deed Book 14918, page 6403, Cobb County Records. Business License 20 To review, in accordance with Section 6-90 of the Alcoholic Beverage Ordinance, a summary of the appeal hearing conducted by the License Review Board for NobleInterstate Management Group, LLC, doing business as, Hyatt House CumberlandGalleria, 3595 Cumberland Blvd., Atlanta, Georgia 30339, Fouad Faraj, licensee. To review, in accordance with Section 6-90 of the Alcoholic Beverage Ordinance, a summary of the appeal hearing conducted by the License Review Board for Wal-Mart Stores East, LP, doing business as, Walmart Market #3116, 3372 Canton Rd., Suite 142, Marietta, Georgia 30066, Derrick Lawman, licensee. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Economic Development CDBG 22 To authorize an amendment to Cobb Countys Annual Action Plan for Program Years 2008, 2009, and 2011 to reallocate City of Marietta Community Development Block Grant funds from the Weed & Seed Program, the Franklin Road Boys & Girls Club, and the Fairground North Marietta Parkway Intersection Improvement Project to the City of Mariettas Minor Home Repair Grant Program and the City of Mariettas Lake Street Park Project. To authorize the application for and acceptance of grant funds from the Georgia Department of Human Services under the FY14 Community Services Block Grant Program. To authorize the acceptance of FY12 funds from the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and authorize the allocation of funds to the Grant Fund for program administration carried out by the CDBG Program Office and essential services provided by the Extension. FINANCE 25 To adopt a resolution adopting all budget amendments set forth in agenda items on this date. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY 26
To approve the Metro Atlanta Urban Area Security Initiatives Memorandum of Understanding regarding Department of Homeland Security grant funding awarded to Cobb

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Emergency Management Agency (Grant Year 2010 and 2011).

COUNTY CLERK 27 To approve the minutes of the following meetings: April 22, 2013 - Agenda Work Session April 23, 2013 - Special Called Meeting/Work Session April 23, 2013 - Regular Meeting of the Board

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Agenda Item Number. 1

Cobb County Water System


Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director Customer Services Facility 660 South Cobb Drive Marietta, Georgia 30060-3105 (770) 423-1000 Comm. Dist. 3

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To convey by quit claim deed to the underlying property owner, PPF AMLI Barrett Lakes Boulevard, LLC, any County rights associated with a portion of an abandoned sanitary sewer easement in Land Lots 721 and 792 of the 16th District.

BACKGROUND
As a part of the development of AMLI at Barrett, the property owner has relocated a portion of an existing sanitary sewer line. A new easement for the relocated section of line was dedicated on April 10, 2013, and recorded in Deed Book 15048, Page 3662. The property owner, PPF AMLI Barrett Lakes Boulevard, LLC, has requested that any County rights associated with the abandoned section be returned by quit claim deed.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners convey by quit claim deed to the underlying property owner, PPF AMLI Barrett Lakes Boulevard, LLC, any County rights associated with a portion of an abandoned sanitary sewer easement in Land Lots 721 and 792 of the 16th District, and authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

ATTACHMENTS
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Agenda Item Number. 2

Cobb County Water System


Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director Customer Services Facility 660 South Cobb Drive Marietta, Georgia 30060-3105 (770) 423-1000 Comm. Dist. 4

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To convey by quit claim deed to the underlying property owners, Forrest Mart Associates, LLP, any County rights associated with a sanitary sewer easement in Land Lot 282 of the 18th District.

BACKGROUND
As a part of a lot split approval, the Water System has requested that the current owner, Forrest Mart Associates, LLP, execute a new sanitary sewer easement to correct errors in the existing sanitary sewer easement document. A new easement was dedicated by the property owner on April 15, 2013, and recorded in Deed Book 15050, Page 4956. The underlying property owner, Forrest Mart Associates, LLP, has requested that any County rights associated with the old easement be returned by quit claim deed.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners convey by quit claim deed to the underlying property owners, Forrest Mart Associates, LLP, any County rights associated with a sanitary sewer easement located in Land Lot 282 of the 18th District, and authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

ATTACHMENTS
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Agenda Item Number. 3

Cobb County Water System


Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director Customer Services Facility 660 South Cobb Drive Marietta, Georgia 30060-3105 (770) 423-1000 Comm. Dist. 2

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve Change Order No. 1 (final) to the construction contract with Tippins Contracting Co., Inc. for Indian Hills Area Water Main Replacement, Phase 5, Program No. W2199.

BACKGROUND
On October 26, 2010, the Board of Commissioners awarded Tippins Contracting Co., Inc. a contract which included installation of approximately 14,900 linear feet of 6-inch ductile iron water main, 5,960 linear feet of 8-inch ductile iron water main, and related appurtenances. The construction has been completed at a cost of $1,407,189.80 or $90,777.20 less than the approved contract amount of $1,497,967.00. The decrease is due to final quantity adjustments primarily involving unused quantities for fittings, free bore, and concrete sidewalk. Original Contract Change Order No. 1 (final) Revised Contract $1,497,967.00 ($90,777.20) $1,407,189.80

The Cobb County Department of Transportation (CCDOT) provided $80,147.00 in funding for sidewalks to be installed in conjunction with this project. The unused funds for concrete sidewalk construction ($17,764.10) will be returned to CCDOT.

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Agenda Item Number. 3

FUNDING
No additional funding is required for the Indian Hills Area Water Main Replacement - Phase 5, Adopted CIP Budget, or for the Water Systems Asbestos/Cement Water Main Replacements, Fund 510, Department 500, Unit 5754, Program No. W2199. Decrease Encumbrance: GAE 500 510102610803

510-500-5754-8260

W2199-C

$90,777.20

Transfer from: Indian Hills Area Water Main Replacement - Phase 5 Construction Change Order No. 1 (final) 510-500-5754-8260 Transfer to: Asbestos/Cement Water Main Replacements Preliminary Estimates 510-500-5754-8005

W2199-C

$90,777.20

W2055-Z

$73,013.10

Funding for the sidewalk construction was provided by the Department of Transportation through an interfund transfer from the Capital Improvements Project Fund 380. Transfer to: Capital Improvements Project Fund Total

380-050-4654-8761

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$17,764.10 $90,777.20

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve Change Order No. 1 (final) to the construction contract with Tippins Contracting Co., Inc., a savings to the project in the amount of $90,777.20, for Indian Hills Area Water Main Replacement Phase 5, Program No. W2199, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

ATTACHMENTS
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Agenda Item Number. 4

Cobb County Water System


Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director Customer Services Facility 660 South Cobb Drive Marietta, Georgia 30060-3105 (770) 423-1000 Comm. Dist. All.

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve the List of Prequalified Contractors for water and sewer line installation.

BACKGROUND
On July 12, 2005, the Board of Commissioners approved a revised Policy for Pre-Qualification of Contractors. This policy requires redevelopment of the Contractor Prequalification Lists for all County agencies every two years. In conformance with this requirement, the Cobb County Water System issued a Notice of Renewal to all firms on its List of Prequalified Contractors and publically advertised a solicitation for submittal of statements of qualifications from other interested firms. Following review of the submitted qualification statements and other information, the firms on the attached list were found acceptable by the Water System staff for inclusion on the new List of Prequalified Contractors for water and sewer line installation.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve the Water Systems List of Prequalified Contractors for water and sewer line installation.

ATTACHMENTS
List of Prequalified Contractors

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COBB COUNTY WATER SYSTEM LIST OF PREQUALFIED CONTRACTORS WATER AND SEWER LINE INSTALLATION Effective May 14, 2013

Firm Name Astra Grading & Pipe Baird Contracting Co., Inc. Buckeye Construction Co. Inc. Butch Thompson Enterprises, Inc. C & L Contractors C. H. Kirkpatrick & Sons CaJenn Construction & Rehabilitation Services Chatfield Contracting, Inc. Crowder Construction Company D & H Construction Company Don Moorhead Construction, Inc. G.P.'s Enterprises, Inc. G.S. Construction, Inc.* Gary's Grading & Pipeline Co., Inc. Georgia Development Partners Gordy Construction Company Haren Construction Company, Inc. Heavy Constructors, Inc. J.M. Wilkerson Construction Co., Inc. John D. Stephens, Inc. John H. Pruett Construction Company, Inc. K.M. Davis Contracting Co., Inc. Kemi Construction Company Inc. Layne Heavy Civil, Inc.

Firm Name Layne Inliner M.V.P Piping Company, Inc. McCart Pipeline Mid-South Builders, Inc. Morgan Contracting, Inc. North Georgia Pipeline, Inc. Portland Utilities Construction Co., LLC Ray Campbell Contracting Co Inc.* RDJE, Inc. Reeves Contracting Company Rockdale Pipeline Inc Ruby-Collins, Inc. S.J. Louis Construction Shaheed's Construction Company, Inc. Site Engineering, Inc. Strack, Inc. Strickland & Sons Pipeline, Inc. Strickland Pipeline & Construction, Inc. T.J. Lyle & Co. Inc. The Dickerson Group Tippins Contracting Company, Inc. Total Development, Inc. Unity Construction Co., Inc. Wade Coots Company, Inc.

* Prequalified for Water Projects Only

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Agenda Item Number. 5

Cobb County Water System


Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director Customer Services Facility 660 South Cobb Drive Marietta, Georgia 30060-3105 (770) 423-1000 Comm. Dist. 4

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve Change Order No. 1 (final) to the construction contract with G. S. Construction, Inc. for Pair Road Water Main Replacement, Program No. W2245.

BACKGROUND
On April 10, 2012, the Board of Commissioners awarded G. S. Construction, Inc. a contract to replace approximately 3,000 linear feet of 2-inch galvanized iron and 6-inch asbestos cement water mains with 8-inch ductile iron pipe and related appurtenances along Pair Road from Austell Road to Hicks Road. The construction has been completed at a cost of $308,461.50 or $9,123.50 less than the approved contract amount of $317,585.00. The decrease is due to final quantity adjustments. Original Contract Change Order No. 1 (final) Revised Contract $317,585.00 ($9,123.50) $308,461.50

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Agenda Item Number. 5

FUNDING
No additional funding is required for the Pair Road Water Main Replacement Adopted CIP Budget for Fund 510, Department 500, Unit 5754, Program No. W2245. Decrease Encumbrance GAE 500 510041012507 Transfer from: Pair Road Water Main Replacement Construction Change Order No. 1 (final) Transfer to: Asbestos/Cement Water Main Replacements Preliminary Estimates 510-500-5754-8260 W2245-C $9,123.50

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$9,123.50

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve Change Order No. 1 (final) to the construction contract with G. S. Construction, Inc., a savings to the project in the amount of $9,123.50, for Pair Road Water Main Replacement, Program No. W2245, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

ATTACHMENTS
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Agenda Item Number. 6

Cobb County Water System


Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director Customer Services Facility 660 South Cobb Drive Marietta, Georgia 30060-3105 (770) 423-1000 Comm. Dist. 4

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Stephen D. McCullers, P.E., Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve a construction contract with T. J. Lyle & Co., Inc. for Shannon Green Phase 2 Water Main Replacement, Program No.W2237.

BACKGROUND
The Shannon Green area is currently served by 6-inch asbestos cement (AC) water main that is subject to periodic failure and ongoing repair demands. The proposed project will address these deficiencies and bring the area up to current Water System standards. The project includes abandoning the use of approximately 11,000 linear feet of 6-inch AC water main and replacement with 6-inch ductile iron pipe and all related appurtenances within the Shannon Green Subdivision south of Nickajack Road, east of and including St. Patrick Drive, and north of Fontaine Road. Bids for construction were received on April 11, 2013, and the results of the bid were as follows: T. J. Lyle & Co., Inc. Ray Campbell Contracting Co., Inc G. S. Construction, Inc. RDJE, Inc. John H. Pruett Construction Co., Inc. Tippins Contracting Co., Inc. Site Engineering, Inc. Wade Coots Company, Inc. K. M. Davis Contracting Co., Inc. $770,516.62 $804,625.00 $848,635.00 $909,740.00 $981,803.00 $1,016,500.00 $1,019,225.00 $1,051,280.00 $1,096,944.00

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Agenda Item Number. 6

FUNDING
Funding is available in the Water Systems Shannon Green Phase 2 Water Main Replacement, Adopted CIP Budget, and in the Water Systems Asbestos/Cement Water Main Replacement Adopted CIP Budget for Fund 510, Department 500, Unit 5754, Program No. W2237. Transfer from: Shannon Green Phase 2 Water Main Replacement Preliminary Estimates 510-500-5754-8005 Asbestos/Cement Water Main Replacement Preliminary Estimates 510-500-5754-8005 Total Transfer to: Shannon Green Phase 2 Water Main Replacement Construction 510-500-5754-8260 Interest Expense on Retainage 510-500-5754-6613 Administration 510-500-5754-8205 Materials & Supplies 510-500-5754-8265 Contingency 510-500-5754-8810 Total

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RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve a construction contract with T. J. Lyle & Co., Inc., in the amount of $770,516.62, for Shannon Green Phase 2 Water Main Replacement, Program No. W2237, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Agenda Item Number. 7

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Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

Comm. Dist. 1, 3

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To determine that circumstances are such that it is necessary to proceed with condemnation proceedings by Declaration of Taking under O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, et seq., on four parcels on Skip Spann Connector (also known as Busbee/Frey Connector), State P. I. No. 0010157, Cobb County Project No. E4010.

BACKGROUND
Skip Spann Connector is an approved thoroughfare improvements project in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program (TIP), and is designated as State P.I. No. 0010157. This project consists of a new roadway with a grade separation over I-75, connecting Frey Road to Townpark Lane. The project also includes slip ramps connecting the I-75 southbound exit ramp to Frey Road, and Busbee Drive to the I-75 northbound entrance ramp. Additional easements are needed to construct this project. Right-of-way funding for this project is available in the 2011 SPLOST TIP Fund approved budget. Negotiations with the property owners are ongoing; however, in order to ensure project deadlines are met, the Department is requesting condemnation approval by the Board of Commissioners in the event negotiations are unsuccessful, and the Land Acquisition Review Committee, consisting of the Departments Development Services, Right-of-Way and Construction staff, and the Countys Legal personnel, recommends condemnation actions be filed.

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Under appropriate circumstances, as are more fully set forth under the provisions of O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, the County is authorized to acquire real property interests by the Declaration of Taking method. It is appropriate for the County to use this method for reasons including, but not limited to, a desire for judicial ascertainment of all issues pertaining to the acquisition.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners determine that circumstances are such that it is necessary to proceed with condemnation proceedings by Declaration of Taking under O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, et seq., authorize the commencement of condemnation proceedings on four parcels on Skip Spann Connector (also known as Busbee/Frey Connector), State P. I. No. 0010157, Cobb County Project No. E4010; adopt a Resolution and Order in a form substantially similar to the attached; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Location Map Resolutions and Attachments 1 for Parcels 4, 5, 6, and 7

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Agenda Item Number. 8

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Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

Comm. Dist. 4

TO: FROM:

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DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To determine that circumstances are such that it is necessary to proceed with condemnation proceedings by Declaration of Taking under O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, et seq., on one parcel on Ewing Road Sidewalk, Project No. E7110.

BACKGROUND
Ewing Road Sidewalk is an approved school related/Safe Routes to School project in the Sidewalks Component of the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program (TIP). The project consists of the construction of approximately 4,836 feet of five-foot wide sidewalk and drainage improvements on the east side of Ewing Road, from Clay Road to Sybil Drive, to provide additional sidewalks in the vicinity of Clarkdale Elementary School and Cooper Middle School. Additional easement is needed to construct this project. Right-of-way funding for this project is available in the 2011 SPLOST TIP Fund approved budget. Negotiations with the property owners are ongoing; however, in order to ensure project deadlines are met, the Department is requesting condemnation approval by the Board of Commissioners in the event negotiations are unsuccessful, and the Land Acquisition Review Committee, consisting of the Departments Development Services, Right-of-Way and Construction staff, and the Countys Legal personnel, recommends condemnation actions be filed. Under appropriate circumstances, as are more fully set forth under the provisions of O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, the County is authorized to acquire real property interests by the Declaration of Taking method. It is appropriate for the County to use this method for reasons including, but not limited to, a desire for judicial ascertainment of all issues pertaining to the acquisition. Page 38 of 257

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FUNDING
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RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners determine that circumstances are such that it is necessary to proceed with condemnation proceedings by Declaration of Taking under O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, et seq.; authorize the commencement of condemnation proceedings on one parcel on Ewing Road Sidewalk, Project No. E7110; adopt a Resolution and Order in a form substantially similar to the attached; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Location Map Resolution and Attachment 1 for Parcel 8

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Agenda Item Number. 9

Cobb County Department of Transportation


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TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
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DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve a Cobb Framework Agreement with the Cumberland Community Improvement District for thoroughfare improvements on SR3/US41/Cobb Parkway, from Paces Mill Road to Akers Mill Road, State P. I. No. 721125, Cobb County Project No. D4090, Cumberland Community Improvement District Project No. CCID-1014.

BACKGROUND
SR3/US41/Cobb Parkway, from Paces Mill Road to Akers Mill Road, is an approved thoroughfare improvements project in the 2005 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. The purpose of the project is to widen Cobb Parkway to a six-lane, median divided facility with a 10-foot wide, multi-use sidewalk on the west side of the roadway. Since these improvements are located within the Cumberland Community Improvement District (CCID), the CCID has agreed to fully fund the cost of the preliminary engineering and utilities. The Cobb Framework Agreement (CFA), which details the responsibilities of the CCID and Cobb County, was approved by the CCID Board at their meeting on April 25, 2013. The CFA has been reviewed by the County Attorney's office.

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Agenda Item Number. 9

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve a Cobb Framework Agreement with the Cumberland Community Improvement District (CCID) for thoroughfare improvements on SR3/US41/Cobb Parkway, from Paces Mill Road to Akers Mill Road, State P. I. No. 721125, Cobb County Project No. D4090, Cumberland Community Improvement District Project No. CCID-1014, and authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Agenda Item Number. 10

Cobb County Department of Transportation


Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

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TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve a contract with Tidwell Lawn Care, Inc., for the 2013 Shoulder Maintenance Project No. TR465, MIS Contract No. 000636.

BACKGROUND
The Board of Commissioners has directed the Department to procure contracted services for the maintenance of roadway right-of-way throughout the County. Services required for the remainder of the 2013 season will consist of three mowing cycles, occurring approximately every 45 days from summer to early fall. Mowing cycles will include roadway shoulders, rightof-way and sidewalk areas along the County's thoroughfares. Two cycles of weedeating around guardrail, signs, and other right-of-way structures will also be performed. The Invitation to Bid for this contract was advertised in the Marietta Daily Journal on March 29, 2013, and on April 5, 12 and 19, 2013. One bid was received on April 25, 2013, from Tidwell Lawn Care, Inc., in the amount of $376,706.50. The single bid of $376,706.50 from Tidwell Lawn Care, Inc., was reviewed and found to be reasonable and responsive.

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Agenda Item Number. 10

FUNDING
Available in the Department's approved FY13 General Fund Operating Budget with the following budget transfer: Transfer from: Transfer to: 010-050-0710-8810 010-050-0798-6512-TR465-O $376,706.50 $376,706.50

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve a contract with Tidwell Lawn Care, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $376,706.50, for the 2013 Shoulder Maintenance Project No. TR465, MIS Contract No. 000636, authorize the corresponding budget transfer, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

ATTACHMENTS
Shoulder Mowing/Weed Eating Road List Sidewalk Mowing Road List

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 SHOULDER/WEED EATING ROAD LIST ROAD NAME ACWORTH DALLAS ROAD ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD ANTIOCH ROAD AWTRY CHURCH ROAD BAKER ROAD BARRETT LAKES BLVD BARRETT PARKWAY BARRETT PARKWAY BARRETT PARKWAY BIG SHANTY ROAD BLACK ACRE TRAIL BOB COX ROAD BRINKLEY ROAD BROWNSTORE ROAD BULLARD ROAD BULLARD ROAD BURNT HICKORY ROAD BURNT HICKORY ROAD BURNT HICKORY ROAD BURNT HICKORY WAY CAMPUS LOOP ROAD CARTER ROAD CASTEEL ROAD CEDARCREST ROAD CHEATHAM HILL ROAD CHEATHAM ROAD COLLINS ROAD COOK ROAD CORNER ROAD COUNTY LINE ROAD COUNTY ROAD DUE WEST ROAD DUE WEST ROAD DESCRIPTION CEDARCREST ROAD TO DALLAS ACWORTH HIGHWAY COBB PARKWAY TO DUE WEST ROAD DUE WEST ROAD TO PAULDING COUNTY LINE NORTH COBB PARKWAY TO DEAD END PRIEST ROAD TO MOON STATION LANE (300 LF SE) BARRETT PARKWAY TO CHASTAIN ROAD MACLAND ROAD TO DALLAS HIGHWAY BURNT HICKORY ROAD TO DALLAS HIGHWAY POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO MACLAND ROAD CHASTAIN ROAD TO MCCOLLUM PARKWAY NORTH COBB PARKWAY TO BARTOW COUNTY LINE BURNT HICKORY ROAD TO DALLAS HIGHWAY OLD DALLAS ROAD TO ANTIOCH ROAD DUE WEST TO MARS HILL ROAD MACLAND ROAD TO FLORENCE ROAD VILLA RICA ROAD TO MACLAND ROAD ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD TO PAULDING COUNTY LINE DUE WEST ROAD TO BARRETT PARKWAY DUE WEST ROAD TO MARIETTA CITY LIMITS (ANDERSON ROAD) BURNT HICKORY ROAD TO DEAD END BIG SHANTY ROAD TO FREY LAKE ROAD DUE WEST ROAD TO BROWN STORE ROAD DALLAS HIGHWAY TO VILLA RICA ROAD NORTH COBB PARKWAY TO PAULDING COUNTY LINE JOHN WARD ROAD TO POWDER SPRINGS ROAD PAULDING COUNTY LINE TO SR 92 PITNER ROAD TO DEAD-END BRINKLEY ROAD TO HOLLAND ROAD LOST MOUNTAIN ROAD TO MACLAND ROAD MARS HILL ROAD TO DUE WEST ROAD DALLAS HIGHWAY TO MIDWAY ROAD MARS HILL ROAD TO PAULDING COUNTY LINE DALLAS HIGHWAY TO MARS HILL ROAD DIS. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 MILES 0.45 3.05 1.15 0.60 0.80 1.30 2.40 0.90 2.40 0.25 0.25 0.95 0.65 0.30 0.30 1.15 3.75 2.00 0.30 0.20 0.50 0.15 1.90 0.70 1.55 2.10 0.55 0.30 1.60 2.50 0.15 0.75 1.75

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 DUNCAN ROAD ELLIS ROAD ELLIS ROAD FORDS ROAD FRANK KIRK ROAD FREY ROAD FRIENDSHIP CHURCH ROAD GILES ROAD GORDON COMBS ROAD GOVANETT ROAD GREERS CHAPEL ROAD GUS ROBINSON ROAD GWENDOLYN COURT HADAWAY ROAD HAMILITON ROAD HICKORY GROVE ROAD HILL FOREST TRAIL HILL ROAD HOLLAND ROAD IRWIN ROAD IVEY LANE IVEY ROAD JIM OWENS LANE JIM OWENS ROAD JIMS ROAD JOHN WARD ROAD KENNESAW DUE WEST ROAD KIRK LANE LORING ROAD LOST MOUNTAIN LANE LOST MOUNTAIN ROAD LUTHER WARD ROAD MACK DOBBS ROAD MARS HILL CHURCH ROAD MARS HILL ROAD MARS HILL ROAD BARRETT LAKES BLVD TO CHASTAIN ROAD PINE MOUNTAIN ROAD TO KENNESAW CITY LIMITS MACK DOBBS ROAD TO KENNESAW CITY LIMITS MARS HILL ROAD TO COUNTY LINE ROAD BURNT HICKORY ROAD TO KENNESAW DUE WEST ROAD SHILOH ROAD TO CAMPUS LOOP ROAD DALLAS HIGHWAY TO WEST SANDTOWN ROAD MARS HILL ROAD TO MARS HILL CHURCH ROAD BURNT HICKORY ROAD TO KENNESAW DUE WEST ROAD LOST MOUNTAIN ROAD TO BULLARD ROAD ERNEST BARRETT PARKWAY TO RIDENHOUR PARKWAY MACLAND ROAD TO GUS ROBINSON ROAD RUTLEDGE DRIVE TO CUL-DE-SAC ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD TO DUE WEST ROAD KENNESAW DUE WEST ROAD TO PAUL SAMUEL ROAD OLD COWAN ROAD TO WADE GREEN ROAD HILL ROAD TO DEAD-END MARS HILL ROAD TO DEAD-END DUE WEST ROAD TO DALLAS HIGHWAY JOHN WARD ROAD TO VILLA RICA ROAD COBB PARKWAY TO DEAD END MARS HILL RD TO END JIM OWENS ROAD TO SUBDIVISION ENTRANCE COBB PARKWAY TO ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD STEINHAUER ROAD TO WIGLEY ROAD DALLAS HIGHWAY TO MACLAND ROAD ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD TO KENNESAW CITY LIMITS TARPLEY ROADTO NEW SALEM ROAD US 41 TO MOUNTAIN VIEW ROAD OLD MOUNTAIN ROAD TO DEAD-END DALLAS HIGHWAY TO MACLAND ROAD MIDWAY ROAD TO CASTEEL ROAD STILESBORO ROAD TO KENNESAW CITY LIMITS MARS HILL ROAD TO ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD BURNT HICKORY RD TO NORTH COBB PARWAY (US 41) DALLAS HIGHWAY (SR 120) TO BURNT HICKORY ROAD 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.70 0.20 0.60 0.55 0.50 0.45 2.40 0.20 0.20 0.40 0.30 0.75 0.20 1.50 0.80 2.50 0.35 0.50 1.70 0.55 0.15 0.50 0.20 0.25 0.55 2.45 1.70 0.15 0.25 0.15 4.20 1.00 0.50 0.70 4.00 2.00

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 MARS HILL ROAD MAYES ROAD MAYSON ROAD MCCOLLUM PARKWAY MCCONNELL ROAD MCDANIEL ROAD MCLAIN ROAD MEMORIAL PARKWAY MIDWAY ROAD MIDWAY ROAD MOON STATION LANE MOUNT CALVARY ROAD NANCE ROAD NEW MCEVER ROAD NEW RUTLEDGE ROAD NEW SALEM ROAD NICHOLS ROAD NICHOLS ROAD NOONDAY CHURCH ROAD NORTH HADAWAY ROAD NORTH SHORES ROAD OLD 41 HIGHWAY OLD 41 HIGHWAY OLD 41 HIGHWAY COBB PARKWAY TO DEAD END MIDWAY ROAD TO FRIENDSHIP CHURCH ROAD OLD ACWORTH DALLAS ROAD TO OLD GROGAN ROAD DUNCAN ROAD TO NORTH COBB PARKWAY DALLAS HIGHWAY TO PICKENS ROAD BARRETT PARKWAY TO BURNT HICKORY ROAD BURNT HICKORY ROAD TO MARS HILL ROAD JIM OWENS ROAD TO LORING ROAD DUE WEST ROAD TO DALLAS HWY DALLAS HWY TO LOST MOUNTAIN ROAD HICKORY GROVE ROAD TO BAKER ROAD BURNT HICKORY ROAD TO DALLAS HIGHWAY ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD TO OLD HIGHWAY 41 CITY LIMITS TO HICKORY GROVE ROAD JIM OWENS ROAD TO KENNESAW CITY LIMITS STILESBORO ROAD TO SALIENT DRIVE HOLLAND ROAD TO MARS HILL ROAD HOLLAND ROAD TO ANTIOCH ROAD WHITE CIRCLE TO DEAD END STILESBORO ROAD TO ROLLING OAKS DRIVE SR 92 TO NORTH COBB PARKWAY MCCOLLUM PARKWAY TO COBB PARKWAY NOWLIN ROAD TO KENNESAW CITY LIMITS OAKRIDGE DRIVE TO KENNESAW AVENUE 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.25 0.75 0.30 1.25 0.50 0.65 0.15 0.25 1.20 1.80 0.45 0.85 0.65 0.55 0.25 0.85 0.30 0.20 0.20 0.55 0.40 0.60 0.40 1.05 0.60 0.50 0.60 0.30 0.50 0.21 0.50 0.90 1.20 1.25 0.70 1.15

OLD ACWORTH DALLAS HIGHWAY NORTH COBB PARKWAY TO LAKE DRIVE OLD DALLAS ROAD OLD DALLAS ROAD OLD DALLAS ROAD OLD HAMILTON ROAD OLD KEMP ROAD OLD LOST MOUNTAIN ROAD OLD MOUNTAIN ROAD OLD MOUNTAIN ROAD OLD STILEBORO ROAD OLD STILEBORO ROAD OLD STILESBORO ROAD DALLAS HIGHWAY TO VILLA RICA WAY DALLAS HIGHWAY TO PAULDING COUNTY LINE WEST SANDTOWN TO DALLAS HIGHWAY DUE WEST ROAD TO DALLAS HIGHWAY CHEATHAM ROAD TO DEAD END BULLARD ROAD TO MACLAND ROAD BURNT HICKORY ROAD TO MARS HILL ROAD BURNT HICKORY ROAD TO STILESBORO ROAD COUNTY LINE ROAD TO SR 92 STILESBORO ROAD TO ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD TO MARS HILL ROAD

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 OLD TRACE ROAD ORR ROAD PAUL SAMUEL ROAD PICKENS ROAD PINE MOUNTAIN CIRCLE PINE MOUNTAIN ROAD POPLAR SPRINGS ROAD PROCTOR LANDING RIDENOUR ROAD ROLLING OAKS DRIVE RUTLEDGE DRIVE SHILLINGS ROAD STANLEY ROAD STILESBORO LANE STILESBORO ROAD STILESBORO ROAD STILESBORO ROAD THIRD ARMY ROAD TOONIGH RD TRAIL ROAD VALLEY HILL ROAD VILLA RICA ROAD VILLA RICA WAY WEST SANDTOWN ROAD WEST SANDTOWN ROAD WHITE CIRCLE WILKINS CIRCLE WOMACK AVENUE WOODSTOCK ROAD WRIGHT ROAD ATLANTA ROAD BEECH HAVEN TRAIL CHURCH ROAD COLUMNS DRIVE COOPERLAKE ROAD DALLAS HIGHWAY TO DEAD END MARS HILL ROAD TO LAKE ACWORTH DRIVE ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD TO STILESBORO ROAD POPLAR SPRINGS ROAD TO CORNER ROAD KENNESAW DUE WEST ROAD TO STILEBORO ROAD STILEBORO ROAD TO KENNESAW CITY LIMITS WRIGHT ROAD TO DALLAS HIGHWAY LAKE ACWORTH DRIVE TO PROCTOR LANDING ESTATES ENTRANCE GREERS CHAPEL ROAD TO OLD HWY 41 ROLLING OAKS TRAIL TO HADAWAY ROAD BLACK ACRE TRAIL TO PAULDING COUNTY LINE @ CULDE-SAC PINE MOUNTAIN ROAD TO STILESBORO ROAD COLLINS ROAD TO STILESBORO ROAD OLD STILESBORO ROAD TO MARS HILL CHURCH ROAD BARRETT PARKWAY TO KENNESAW DUE WEST ROAD BARRETT PARKWAY TO OLD HIGHWAY 41 KENNESAW DUE WEST ROAD TO MARS HILL ROAD NORTH COBB PARKWAY TO BARTOW COUNTY LINE NEW MCEVER TO DEAD DEAD END MIDWAY ROAD TO DEAD-END MACK DOBBS ROAD TO DEAD-END BARRETT PARKWAY TO MACLAND ROAD BARRETT PARKWAY TO OLD DALLAS ROAD MACLAND ROAD TO DEAD END DALLAS HIGHWAY TO MACLAND ROAD COBB PARKWAY TO OLD HWY 41 GUS ROBINSON ROAD TO MACLAND ROAD NORTH COBB PARKWAY TO DEAD END BAKER ROAD TO CHEROKEE COUNTY POPLAR SPRINGS ROAD TO CORNER ROAD RIDGE ROAD TO FULTON COUNTY LINE LOG CABIN DRIVE TO CUMBERLAND PKWY SOUTH COBB DRIVE TO PLANT ATKINSON ROAD JOHNSON FERRY ROAD TO END EAST WEST CONNECTOR TO SOUTH COBB DRIVE 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 0.35 0.25 0.40 0.50 0.60 0.40 1.00 0.20 0.20 0.25 0.50 0.60 0.45 0.90 0.65 1.75 5.50 0.15 0.50 0.55 0.20 2.05 0.10 0.10 1.60 0.20 0.40 0.25 0.25 1.00 2.30 0.40 0.30 1.35 0.60

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 CUMBERLAND PARKWAY ELIZEBETH LANE GEORGE MCMILLAN PARKWAY GILMORE ROAD HOLT ROAD INTERSTATE NORTH PARKWAY KING SPRINGS ROAD LOG CABIN DRIVE LOWER ROSWELL ROAD LOWER ROSWELL ROAD MANER ROAD MAVELL ROAD MOUNT WILKINSON PARKWAY MOUNT WILKINSON PARKWAY OAKDALE ROAD OAKDALE ROAD OLD CANTON ROAD OLD SEWELL ROAD ORCHARD KNOB DRIVE ORCHARD ROAD PACES FERRY DRIVE PACES FERRY ROAD PACES MILL ROAD PAPER MILL ROAD PLANT ATKINSON ROAD POWERS FERRY ROAD RANDALL FARM ROAD ROBINSON ROAD SHADOWLAWN ROAD SPRING HILL PARKWAY TERRELL MILL ROAD TIMBER RIDGE ROAD WINDY HILL ROAD WOODLAND BROOK DRIVE WOODLAWN DRIVE ADDISON ROAD SOUTH COBB DRIVE TO PACES FERRY ROAD ATLANTA ROAD TO DEAD END @ GATE DIXIE DRIVE TO RICHARDSON ROAD BEECH HAVEN TRAIL TO DEAD END ROBINSON ROAD TO LOWER ROSWELL ROAD ROTTEN WOOD CREEK TO FULTON COUNTY LINE COOPERLAKE ROAD TO SYMRNA CITY LIMITS BROWNWOOD LANE TO PLANT ATKINSON ROAD JOHNSON FERRY ROAD TO FULTON COUNTY LINE SEWELL PARK DRIVE TO JOHNSON FERRY ROAD SOUTH COBB DRIVE TO PLANT ATKINSON ROAD COOPERLAKE ROAD TO DEAD END CUMBERLAND PARKWAY TO SPRING HILL PARKWAY CUMBERLAND PARKWAY TO CUL-DE-SAC HIGHLANDS PARKWAY TO BUCKNER ROAD SOUTH COBB DRIVE TO WEST ATLANTA ROAD HOLLY SPRINGS ROAD TO ROSWELL ROAD LOWER ROSWELL ROAD TO OLD CANTON ROAD WOODLAND BROOK TO RANDALL FARM ROAD CUMBERLAND PKWY TO PACES FERRY ROAD PACES FERRY ROAD TO CUL-DE-SAC ATLANTA ROAD TO FULTON COUNTY LINE PACES FERRY ROAD TO COBB PARKWAY SIBLEY FOREST TO JOHNSON FERRY ROAD NORTH CHURCH LANE TO ATLANTA ROAD AKERS MILL ROAD TO COUNTY LINE (RIVER) NEW PACES FERRY ROAD TO ORCHARD KNOB ROAD ROSWELL ROAD TO ROSWELL ROAD LOWER ROSWELL ROAD TO PAPER MILL ROAD PACES FERRY ROAD TO SMYRNA CITY LIMITS COBB PARKWAY TO BENTLEY ROAD ROSWELL ROAD TO LOWER ROSWELL ROAD COBB PARKWAY TO POWERS FERRY ROAD CSX RR RW TO PACES FERRY ROAD PAPER MILL ROAD TO JOHNSON FERRY ROAD RUBY DRIVE TO LIBERTY HILL ROAD 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 1.45 0.55 0.65 0.45 0.55 1.00 0.40 0.75 2.05 0.30 0.80 0.20 0.10 0.20 1.20 0.35 0.25 0.75 0.15 0.10 0.25 0.30 0.20 1.60 0.25 0.20 0.35 0.65 0.65 1.40 0.65 0.55 0.25 0.90 0.20 0.60

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 ALLGOOD ROAD AMANDA LANE BARNES MILL ROAD BELLS FERRY ROAD BIG SHANTY ROAD BILL MURDOCK ROAD BISHOP LAKE ROAD BLACKWELL LANE BLACKWELL ROAD BOB BETTIS ROAD BRACKETT ROAD BRASWELL ROAD BROWN CIRCLE BRYANT LANE CANTON ROAD CANTON ROAD CONNECTOR CASTEEL ROAD CHASTAIN CORNER CHASTAIN ROAD CHASTAIN ROAD CHILDERS ROAD DAVIS ROAD DEEN ROAD DORSEY ROAD DOZIER DRIVE DURMIRE DRIVE EAST PIEDMONT ROAD EASTLAKE DRIVE EBENEZER ROAD EULA DRIVE FREEMAN ROAD GEORGE BUSBEE PARKWAY GEORGE BUSBEE PARKWAY GEORGE BUSBEE PARKWAY GEORGE BUSBEE PARKWAY GOODRUM LANE MERRITT ROAD TO EAST PIEDMONT ROAD ROSWELL ROAD TO VARNER ROAD MERRITT ROAD TO ROSWELL ROAD NORTH COBB PARKWAY TO CHEROKEE COUNTY LINE BELLS FERRY ROAD TO GEORGE BUSBEE PARKWAY PINE ROAD TO OAK LANE JOHNSON FERRY ROAD TO ROSWELL ROAD CANTON ROAD TO KENNETH STREET CANTON ROAD TO SHALLOWFORD ROAD PIEDMONT ROAD TO DEERVIEW TRAIL CANTON HIGHWAY TO SKYVIEW LANE (NORTH) SEWELL MILL ROAD TO GROOVER ROAD BOB BETTIS ROAD TO FAIRVIEW DRIVE SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO SHALLOWFORD ROAD SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO CHEROKEE COUNTY LINE SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO CANTON ROAD MURDOCK ROAD TO OAK LANE NEW CHASTAIN ROAD TO CANTON ROAD I575 TO DUNCAN ROAD I575 TO BELLS FERRY ROAD SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO FULTON COUNTY LINE SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO SANDY PLAINS ROAD LAKE DRIVE TO OAKWOODS DRIVE PLAINVIEW DRIVE TO END CANTON ROAD TO BEVERLY ROAD TRICKUM ROAD TO STACI COURT SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO SANDY SPRINGS LANE WILLIE DRIVE TO NEW KEMP CANTON ROAD TO SANDY PLAINS ROAD KEHELEY ROAD TO TRICKUM ROAD JOHNSON FERRY ROAD TO INTERLAKEN DRIVE CHASTAIN ROAD TO BRIDGE FREY ROAD TO WADE GREEN ROAD CHASTAIN ROAD TO BRIDGE FREY ROAD TO WADE GREEN ROAD EDWARD COURT TO SLOAN ROAD 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1.35 0.25 1.35 7.30 0.90 0.30 1.45 0.10 1.05 0.25 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.65 5.80 0.30 0.35 0.25 0.25 0.35 0.70 0.80 0.45 0.10 0.10 0.15 1.90 0.25 0.95 0.40 0.20 0.20 0.35 0.35 0.65 0.10

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 GORDY PARKWAY GROOVER ROAD HAMBY ROAD HECK ROAD HEMBREE ROAD HICKORY GROVE PLACE HICKORY GROVE ROAD HICKORY GROVE ROAD HOLLY SPRINGS ROAD HOLT ROAD HULSEY DRIVE JIMS ROAD JOHN TATE ROAD JOHNSON FERRY ROAD KEHELEY DRIVE KEHELEY ROAD KEMP ROAD KINCAID ROAD KNIGHT ROAD KURTZ ROAD LAKE DRIVE LASSITER ROAD LAURA DRIVE LIBERTY HILL ROAD LITTLE WILLEO ROAD MABRY ROAD MARNEIL DRIVE MCPHERSON ROAD MIDDLE DRIVE MORGAN ROAD MOUNTAIN ROAD MURDOCK ROAD NEW CHASTAIN ROAD NEW KEMP ROAD NORTH BOOTH ROAD SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO SANDY PLAINS ROAD ALLGOOD ROAD TO BRASWELL ROAD HICKORY GROVE ROAD TO BARTOW COUNTY LINE BELLS FERRY ROAD TO OAK FERRY DRIVE POST OAK TRITT ROAD TO LASSITER ROAD WADE GREEN ROAD TO HICKORY GROVE ROAD INTERSTATE 75 TO ACWORTH CITY LIMITS (OLD COWAN ROAD) WADE GREEN ROAD TO I-75 SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO SEWELL MILL ROAD ROBINSON ROAD TO LOWER ROSWELL ROAD LAURA DRIVE TO SYLVAN DRIVE STEINHAUER ROAD TO WIGLEY ROAD BELLS FERRY ROAD TO CHEROKEE COUNTY LINE SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO FULTON COUNTY LINE KEMP ROAD TO KEHELEY ROAD SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO KEHELEY DRIVE TRICKUM ROAD TO JAMERSON ROAD SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO ADDISON ROAD BLACKWELL ROAD TO EBENEZER ROAD CANTON ROAD TO BELLS FERRY ROAD CANTON ROAD TO JAMERSON ROAD DEAD END TO SHALLOWFORD ROAD GOODRUM LANE TO HULSEY DRIVE CANTON ROAD TO MORGAN ROAD JOHNSON FERRY ROAD TO TIMBER RIDGE ROAD SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO ALABAMA ROAD (SR 92) POST OAK TRITT ROAD TO HAMPSHIRE PLACE SD ENTRANCE SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO POST OAK TRITT ROAD SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO KEHELEY ROAD SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO PIEDMONT ROAD SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO FOREST PEAK CIRCLE (EAST) POST OAK TRITT ROAD TO SEWELL MILL ROAD CANTON ROAD TO BELLS FERRY ROAD SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO ADDISON ROAD SHILOH ROAD TO BELLS FERRY ROAD 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 0.50 0.15 0.80 0.70 0.10 0.40 0.15 1.50 1.45 0.55 0.25 0.25 0.25 2.55 0.15 0.30 0.15 0.20 0.15 0.40 0.70 0.20 0.20 0.10 0.15 0.50 0.20 0.15 0.15 0.60 0.55 0.50 0.90 0.25 1.20

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 NORTH HEMBREE ROAD OAK LANE OLD MOUNTAIN PARK ROAD PETE SHAW ROAD PIEDMONT ROAD PINE ROAD PLAINVIEW DRIVE POST OAK TRITT ROAD POST OAK TRITT ROAD POWELL WRIGHT ROAD PROVIDENCE ROAD RIO MONTANA DRIVE ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROAD SANDY PLAINS ROAD SAWYER ROAD SCUFFLEGRIT ROAD SEWELL MILL ROAD SHALLOWFORD INDUSTRIAL SHALLOWFORD INDUSTRIAL SHALLOWFORD ROAD SHALLOWFORD ROAD SHALLOWFORD ROAD SHALLOWFORD ROAD SHAW ROAD SHILOH ROAD SIMS DRIVE STEINHAUER ROAD TRICKUM ROAD TURNER ROAD WADE GREEN ROAD WESLEY CHAPEL ROAD WOOTEN LAKE ROAD WORLEY DRIVE ALLEN ROAD AMY LANE ANDERSON FARM ROAD HEMBREE ROAD TO SHALLOWFORD ROAD CHIMNEY SPRINGS ROAD TO BILL MURDOCK ROAD SR92 TO FULTON COUNTY LINE STEINHAUER ROAD TO OPHIE DRIVE BELLS FERRY ROAD TO SANDY PLAINS ROAD PROVIDENCE ROAD TO SEWELL MILL ROAD DORSEY ROAD TO NEW KEMP ROAD SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO JOHNSON ROAD JOHNSON FERRY ROAD TO FULTON COUNTY LINE CANTON ROAD TO ADDISON ROAD ROSWELL ROAD TO ROSWELL ROAD PIEDMONT ROAD TO HAROLD DEAN DRIVE STEINHAUER ROAD TO TRICKUM ROAD ALABAMA ROAD TO SCUFFLEGRIT ROAD ALLGOOD ROAD TO CANTON ROAD SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO ALLGOOD ROAD JOHNSON FERRY ROAD TO ROSWELL ROAD SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO DEAD END SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO DEAD END SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO JAMERSON BELLS FERRY ROAD TO CANTON ROAD CANTON ROAD TO GORDY PKWY CHILDERS ROAD TO FULTON COUNTY LINE PIEDMONT ROAD TO EBENEZER ROAD BELLS FERRY ROAD TO GEORGE BUSBEE PARKWAY TRICKUM ROAD TO MOUNTAIN VIEW SCHOOL RD SHALLOWFOROAD ROAD TO TRICKUM ROAD SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO CHEROKEE COUNTY LINE BELLS FERRY ROAD TO MARIETTA CITY LIMITS @ SHILOH MANOR HICKORY GROVE ROAD TO CHEROKEE COUNTY LINE SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO SHALLOWFORD ROAD WADE GREEN ROAD TO SHILOH ROAD CANTON ROAD TO KEY STREET VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY TO IVEYDALE ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO KING ARTHUR DRIVE POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO FLINT HILL ROAD 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 0.20 0.75 0.15 0.55 3.40 0.40 0.30 2.00 4.10 0.20 0.65 0.40 0.15 8.30 0.75 0.50 1.55 0.65 0.25 0.25 1.15 1.75 0.60 0.75 0.75 0.20 0.90 1.10 0.55 0.60 1.45 0.60 0.65 0.40 0.30 0.95

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 ANDERSON MILL ROAD ANDERSON MILL ROAD ANGHAM ROAD ATLANTA ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO FLOYD ROAD FLINT HILL ROAD TO AUSTELL ROAD PAULDING CO LINE TO POWDER SPRINGS DALLAS ROAD SOUTH COBB DRIVE TO PAT MELL ROAD 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0.50 0.50 0.45 2.50 0.45 0.25 0.45 0.35 0.45 0.10 0.75 0.55 0.20 0.15 0.20 0.95 1.15 1.60 1.90 0.25 0.70 0.15 1.50 0.55 0.30 0.75 0.30 1.00 0.50 0.20 0.30 0.95 0.30 0.70 0.75 0.40

AUSTELL POWDER SPRINGS ROAD POWDER SPRINGS CITY LIMITS TO AUSTELL CITY LIMITS AUSTELL ROAD BANKSTONE DRIVE BATES ROAD BENSON POOLE ROAD BLACKHAWK CIRCLE BLACKHAWK TRAIL BLAIR BRIDGE ROAD BOGGS ROAD BOOTH ROAD BRAND ROAD BROOKWOOD DRIVE BROWN ROAD BROWNSVILLE ROAD BUCKNER ROAD BURDETTE ROAD BURNT HICKORY ROAD BURRUS ROAD CALLAWAY ROAD CARDELL ROAD CARTER ROAD CHURCH ROAD CLAY DRIVE CLAY ROAD CLAY ROAD COMMUNITY DRIVE COMMUNITY ROAD CONCORD ROAD CONNALLY TRAIL COOPER LAKE ROAD COVERED BRIDGE ROAD CUNNINGHAM ROAD SOUTH COBB DRIVE TO ATLANTA ROAD MACLAND ROAD TO POWDER SPRINGS ROAD FLOYD ROAD TO HICKS ROAD SMYRNA POWDER SPRINGS TO SOUTH COBB DRIVE BLACKHAWK TRAIL TO BLACKHAWK TRAIL HICKORY TRAIL TO BLACKHAWK TRAIL SOUTH GORDON ROAD TO DOUGLAS COUNTY LINE PISGAH ROAD TO MABLETON PARKWAY SANDTOWN ROAD TO JILL LANE GAYDON ROAD TO OLD LOST MOUNTAIN AUSTELL ROAD TO CENTER STREET STOUT PARKWAY TO HIRAM-LITHIA SPRINGS ROAD POWDER SPRINGS CITY LIMITS TO PAULDING COUNTY LINE VETERANS MEMORIAL PARKWAY TO OAKDALE ROAD PEBBLEBROOK ROAD TO DEAD END BROWNSVILLE ROAD TO CONNALY TRAIL VETERANS MEMORIAL TO LAKE CIRCLE POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO AUSTELL ROAD OLD ALABAMA ROAD TO SOUTH GORDON ROAD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO PATRICIA DRIVE HARRIS ROAD TO HUNTINGTON TRACE ATLANTA ROAD TO WALTHALL AVE AUSTELL-POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO FLOYD ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO FLOYD ROAD AUSTIN ROAD TO MABLETON PARKWAY MABLETON PARKWAY TO DEAD END FLOYD ROAD TO NORTON PLACE BURNT HICKORY TRAIL TO BURNT HICKORY ROAD VETERANS MEMORIAL PARKWAY TO CIVITANIA ROAD SOUTH HURT ROAD TO CONCORD ROAD CAROLINA ROAD TO AUSTELL ROAD

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 DAVIS DRIVE DICKERSON DRIVE DILLON ROAD DISCOVERY BOULEVARD DIXIE AVENUE DODGEN ROAD DOSS CIRCLE EAST CALLAWAY ROAD EAST/WEST CONNECTOR EAST/WEST CONNECTOR ELLIOTT ROAD EWING ROAD FACTORY SHOALS ROAD FAVOR ROAD FELTON LANE FINCH ROAD FIRST STREET FLAMINGO DRIVE FLINT HILL ROAD FLORENCE ROAD FLOYD ROAD FONTAINE ROAD FOWLER ROAD FRANK AIKEN ROAD FURR AVENUE GARRETT ROAD GAYDON ROAD GLORE DRIVE GLORE ROAD GORDON CIRCLE GORDON LANE HARRIS STREET HARRISON AVENUE HARTMAN ROAD HICKORY TRAIL VETERANS MEMORIAL TO DEAD END RIVERVIEW ROAD TO OAKDALE ROAD SOUTH GORDON ROAD TO PISGAH ROAD VETERANS MEMORIAL PARKWAY TO MABLETON PARKWAY GEORGE MCMILLAN PARKWAY TO PARK STREET VETERANS MEMORIAL PARKWAY TO MABLETON PARKWAY OGLESBY ROAD TO OGLESBY ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO HICKS ROAD HICKS ROAD TO ATLANTA ROAD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO HICKS ROAD FLORENCE ROAD TO HIGHWAY 278 ANDERSON FARM ROAD TO CLAY ROAD MABLETON PARKWAY TO DOUGLAS COUNTY LINE AUSTELL ROAD TO SMYRNA-POWDER SPRINGS ROAD HILLCREST DRIVE TO MABLETON PARKWAY HILL ROAD TO STORY ROAD HARRIS STREET TO JUNE DRIVE BLAIR BRIDGE ROAD TO SIX FLAGS DRIVE POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO CLAY ROAD MACLAND ROAD TO POWDER SPRINGS CITY LIMITS AUSTELL ROAD TO HICKS ROAD OLD FLOYD ROAD TO EAST WEST CONNECTOR SOUTH HURT ROAD TO POWER EASEMENT SMITH DRIVE TO POWDER SPRINGS CITY LIMIT AUSTELL POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO OGLESBY ROAD HIRAM-LITHIA SPRINGS ROAD TO AUSTELL CITY LIMITS FLORENCE ROAD TO NEW MACLAND ROAD LEE DRIVE TO FERNDALE DRIVE CLAY ROAD TO FLOYD ROAD DODGEN ROAD TO MABLETON PARKWAY SOUTH GORDON ROAD TO GARDNER STREET VETERANS MEMORIAL TO DEAD END JUNE DRIVE TO CITY LIMITS RIVERSIDE PARKWAY TO FACTORY SHOALS ROAD VETERANS MEMORIAL TO BLACKHAWK TRAIL 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0.25 0.30 0.40 0.75 0.70 0.45 0.15 0.25 3.75 1.75 0.45 0.50 2.00 0.50 0.30 0.35 0.15 0.20 1.15 0.65 0.95 2.65 0.20 0.20 0.10 0.35 1.15 0.30 0.40 0.30 0.15 0.25 0.10 0.45 0.60

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 HICKS ROAD HIGHVIEW DRIVE HILL ROAD HILLCREST DRIVE HILLTOP CIRCLE HILLTOP CIRCLE EXT HIRAM ROAD HIRAM-LITHIA SPRINGS ROAD HOLLAND RD HOLLOMAN ROAD HOMER CORN ROAD HOPKINS ROAD HORSESHOE BEND ROAD HOWARD DRIVE HUMPHRIES HILL ROAD HUNNICUT ROAD HURT ROAD HURT ROAD HURT ROAD INDUSTRY ROAD IVEY ROAD IVY LOG DRIVE JAMES ROAD JOHN PETREE ROAD JOYNER AVENUE JUNE DRIVE KNOX SPRINGS ROAD LANE DRIVE LEE INDUSTRIAL BOULEVARD LEE ROAD LEILA STREET LEWIS ROAD LIONS CLUB DRIVE LIPSON DRIVE MABLE LAKE DRIVE MACEDONIA ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO FLOYD ROAD VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY TO CLYDESDALE LANE BROWNSVILLE ROAD TO BROWNSVILLE ROAD SOUTH GORDON ROAD TO SIX FLAGS PARKWAY DODGEN ROAD TO AUSTIN DRIVE MABLETON PARKWAY TO AUSTIN DRIVE FLORENCE ROAD TO MOON ROAD PEARSON ROAD TO DOUGLAS COUNTY LINE CHURCH ROAD TO DEAD END HIRAM LITHIA SPRINGS ROAD TO STOUT PARKWAY DIXIE DRIVE TO DIXIE DRIVE MACLAND ROAD TO MACEDONIA ROAD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD BROWNSVILLE ROAD TO DEAD END HIRAM-LITHIA SPRINGS ROAD TO AUSTELL CITY LIMITS MABLETON PARKWAY TO MABLETON PARKWAY HICKS ROAD TO AUSTELL ROAD HICKS ROAD TO CONCORD ROAD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO AUSTELL ROAD FLINT HILL ROAD TO DEAD END QUEEN MILL ROAD TO REGENCY WAY BLAIR BRIDGE ROAD TO OAK RIDGE ROAD DILLON ROAD TO VETERANS MEMORIAL PARKWAY HOPKINS ROAD TO MACLAND ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO SOUTH COBB DRIVE 1ST STREET TO MOBLEY STREET WADE ROAD TO FACTORY SHOALS ROAD MABLETON PARKWAY TO DODGEN ROAD SIX FLAGS PARKWAY TO MABLETON PARKWAY OLD GORDON ROAD TO VETERANS MEMORIAL AUSTELL ROAD TO DEAD END OGLESBY ROAD ROAD TO HIRAM-LITHIA SPRINGS ROAD GLORE DRIVE TO VETERANS MEMORIAL MULKEY ROAD TO EAST WEST CONNECTOR CLAY ROAD TO WOODWARD CIRCLE OLD LOST MOUNTAIN ROAD TO BARRETT PARKWAY 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1.50 0.30 1.10 0.50 0.40 0.55 0.50 5.00 0.60 1.35 0.55 0.70 0.70 0.20 0.55 0.15 0.25 0.60 1.00 0.20 1.00 0.30 0.40 0.70 0.15 0.15 0.20 0.35 0.15 0.40 0.30 0.45 0.25 0.25 0.15 1.10

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 MAXHAM ROAD MCDUFFIE ROAD MCKAY ROAD MEADOWS ROAD MEEK ROAD MILFORD CHURCH ROAD MILFORD CHURCH ROAD MIMOSA DRIVE MITCHELL LANE MOBLEY STREET MOON ROAD MOON ROAD MOORE ROAD MORRIS ROAD MOSLEY ROAD MOUNTAIN TRAIL MULKEY ROAD NEW MACLAND ROAD NICHOLS DRIVE NICKAJACK ROAD NORTH NURSREY ROAD OAK RIDGE PARKWAY OAK RIDGE ROAD OAKDALE RD OGLESBY ROAD OLD ALABAMA ROAD OLD BANKHEAD HIGHWAY OLD CONCORD ROAD OLD LOST MOUNTAIN ROAD OLD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD OLD VILLA RICA ROAD OLD WESTSIDE ROAD OLIVE SPRINGS ROAD OSBORNE ROAD PARK ROAD AUSTELL ROAD (VETERANS MEM.) TO DOUGLAS COUNTY ANDERSON MILL ROAD TO AUSTELL ROAD AUSTELL POWDER SPRINGS TO WALTON WAY HIRAM-LITHIA SPRINGS ROAD TO OGLESBY ROAD OLD LOST MOUNTAIN ROAD TO NEW MACLAND ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO HICKS ROAD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO AUSTELL ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO DEAD END CLAY ROAD TO GATE HARRIS STREET TO JUNE DRIVE OLD LOST MOUNTAIN ROAD TO FLORENCE ROAD FLORENCE RD TO PAULDING COUNTY AUSTELL POWDER SPRINGS TO OLD WESTSIDE ROAD HIRAM LITHIA SPRINGS ROAD TO COUNTY LINE CLAY ROAD TO AUSTELL POWDER SPRINGS ROAD BLACKHAWK TRAIL TO MOUNTAIN COURT BROOKWOOD DRIVE TO CALVARY HILL COURT MACLAND ROAD TO GLENN ROAD RIVERVIEW ROAD TO DEAD END FLOYD ROAD TO SMYRNA CITY LIMITS (Thompson Park entrance) DIANE DRIVE TO BIGGERN AVENUE (PASSIVE PARK TO CREEK) OAK RIDGE ROAD TO DEAD END BLAIR BRIDGE ROAD TO COUNTY LINE BUCKNER ROAD TO VETERANS MEMORIAL HWY BROWNSVILLE ROAD TO FURR AVENUE MAXHAM ROAD TO OLD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD VETERANS MEMORIAL HWY TO OLD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD PAT MELL ROAD TO ATLANTA ROAD MACLAND ROAD TO BRAND ROAD CRABAPPLE DRIVE TO MABLETON PARKWAY MACLAND ROAD TO MACEDONIA ROAD AUSTELL POWDER SPRINGS TO DEAD END AUSTELL ROAD TO SMYRNA-POWDER SPRINGS ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO SANDTOWN ROAD DODGEN ROAD TO KITCHENS ROAD 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0.85 0.30 0.15 1.00 0.40 0.25 0.75 0.10 0.10 0.15 0.50 0.75 0.25 0.35 0.35 0.10 0.30 0.50 0.30 0.75 0.10 0.12 0.40 0.26 1.15 1.10 0.30 0.25 0.50 0.25 1.20 0.30 0.50 0.15 0.15

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 PAT MELL ROAD PEARL STREET (SOUTH) PEARSON ROAD PEBBLEBROOK CIRCLE PEBBLEBROOK LANE PEBBLEBROOK ROAD PINE GROVE DRIVE PINE VALLEY ROAD PINECREST ROAD PISGAH ROAD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD PUCKETT DRIVE QUEEN MILL ROAD RIDGEFIELD DRIVE RIVER VIEW ROAD RIVERSIDE PARKWAY ROBERTS DRIVE SANDERS ROAD SANDTOWN ROAD SCHAFFER ROAD SHADYSIDE ROAD SIX FLAGS DRIVE SIX FLAGS DRIVE SIX FLAGS PARKWAY SIX FLAGS ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO OLIVE SPRINGS ROAD WEST ATLANTA STREET TO SOUTH COBB DRIVE ANGHAM ROAD TO PAULDING COUNTY LINE BUCKNER ROAD TO BUCKNER RD PEBBLEBROOK ROAD TO DEAD END VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY TO BUCKNER ROAD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO POWDER SPRINGS ROAD BROWNSVILLE ROAD TO PAULDING COUNTY LINE VETERANS MEMORIAL TO SOUTH GORDON ROAD OLD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO SOUTH GORDON ROAD MACLAND ROAD TO PONDEROSA LANE MABLETON PARKWAY TO VETERANS MEMORIAL VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY TO MABLETON PARKWAY HILLCREST DRIVE TO DEAD END VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY TO SOUTH COBB DRIVE WHITE ROAD TO DOUGLAS COUNTY LINE OAKDALE ROAD TO BROOKSIDE DRIVE POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO BRASS DRIVE AUSTELL ROAD TO SMYRNA POWDER SPRINGS ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO FAVOR ROAD PAIR ROAD TO HURT ROAD FACTORY SHOALS RD TO BLAIIR BRIDGE DRIVE SIX FLAGS PARKWAY TO FACTORY SHOALS ROAD SOUTH SERVICE ROAD TO LEE INDUSTRIAL BLVD (NE INTERSECT) RIVERSIDE PARKWAY TO SECOND FLAG DRIVE 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0.25 0.45 0.25 0.50 0.15 2.05 0.60 0.45 0.25 0.45 3.30 0.15 1.15 0.10 1.75 0.40 0.15 0.65 0.45 0.25 0.40 1.10 1.05 0.60 0.85 1.00 1.70 0.65 0.10 0.40 0.30 0.30 1.50 0.15 1.10

SMYRNA-POWDER SPRINGS ROAD HICKS ROAD TO BENSON POOLE ROAD SOUTH GORDON ROAD SOUTH HURT ROAD SOUTH NURSERY ROAD SOUTH SERVICE ROAD STARLING DRIVE STORY ROAD STOUT PARKWAY SULLIVAN ROAD SULLIVAN ROAD VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY TO DODGEN ROAD HURT ROAD TO CONCORD ROAD DIANE DRIVE TO BIGGERN AVENUE (PASSIVE PARK TO CREEK) RIVERSIDE PARKWAY TO SIX FLAGS PARKWAY FACTORY SHOALS ROAD TO SOUTH GORDON ROAD FINCH ROAD TO HIRAM LITHIA SPRINGS ROAD BURNT HICKORY ROAD TO DOUGLAS COUNTY LINE STOUT PARKWAY TO DEAD-END STOUT PARKWAY TO HIRAM-LITHIA SPRINGS ROAD

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 SYLVIA STREET TRIGGER DRIVE WADE ROAD WALTHALL AVENUE WEST ATLANTA STREET WHISPERING PINES ROAD WHITE BOULEVARD WHITE ROAD WILHELMENIA DRIVE WINDSOR DRIVE WINDY HILL ROAD WINDY HILL ROAD WINDY HILL ROAD WOOD VALLEY ROAD DAVIS DRIVE TO JUNE DRIVE LANE DRIVE TO DEAD END BLAIR BRIDGE ROAD TO FLAMINGO DRIVE SOUTH COBB DRIVE TO AUSTELL ROAD ATLANTA ROAD TO PEARL STREET (N) OLD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO VETERANS MEMORIAL CLAY ROAD TO FLOYD ROAD FACTORY SHOALS ROAD TO RIVERSIDE PARKWAY HILCREST DRIVE TO DEAD END CONCORD ROAD TO NICKAJACK ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO BENSON POOLE ROAD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO AUSTELL ROAD 4 PASSIVE PARKS MABLETON PARKWAY TO GLORE CIRCLE (N) SHOULDER MOWING TOTAL 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0.35 0.15 0.40 0.25 0.40 0.35 0.20 1.50 0.25 0.20 0.80 1.40 0.25 0.10 344.29

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 SIDEWALK ROAD LIST ROAD NAME BARRETT PARKWAY CORNER ROAD FRIENDSHIP CHURCH ROAD NANCE ROAD OLD HAMILTON ROAD HADAWAY ROAD GORDON COMBS ROAD ANTIOCH ROAD CUNNINGHAM ROAD HICKORY GROVE ROAD OLD STILESBORO ROAD JIM OWENS ROAD JOHN WARD ROAD PAUL SAMUEL ROAD BARRETT PARKWAY WEST SANDTOWN ROAD WADE GREEN ROAD STILESBORO ROAD ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD BAKER ROAD KENNESAW DUE WEST ROAD BARRETT PARKWAY DUE WEST ROAD BENSON POOLE ROAD NEW PACES FERRY NORTH CHURCH LANE KINGS SPRINGS ROAD MAVELL ROAD ORCHARD KNOB ROAD ARGO ROAD BENTLEY ROAD CHURCH ROAD LITTLE ROAD LITTLE WILLEO ROAD DESCRIPTION US 41 TO RIDENHOUR BOULEVARD LOST MOUNTAIN ROAD TO MACLAND ROAD DALLAS HIGHWAY TO WEST SANDTOWN ROAD ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD TO OLD HIGHWAY 41 DUE WEST ROAD TO DALLAS HIGHWAY ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD TO DUE WEST ROAD BURNT HICKORY ROAD TO KENNESAW DUE WEST ROAD DUE WEST ROAD TO PAULDING COUNTY POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO AUSTELL ROAD WADE GREEN ROAD TO I-75 STILESBORO ROAD TO ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD COBB PARKWAY TO ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD DALLAS HIGHWAY TO MACLAND ROAD ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD TO COBB PARKWAY BURNT HICKORY ROAD TO DALLAS HIGHWAY DALLAS HIGHWAY TO MACLAND ROAD HICKORY GROVE ROAD TO CHEROKEE COUNTY BARRETT PARKWAY TO MARS HILL ROAD MCCLURE ROAD TO DUE WEST ROAD WOODSTOCK ROAD TO TIDEWATER WAY ACWORTH DUE WEST ROAD TO KENNESAW CITY LIMITS BURNT HICKORY ROAD TO DALLAS HIGHWAY DALLAS HIGHWAY TO MARS HILL ROAD SOUTH COBB DRIVE TO SMYRNA POWDER SPRINGS ROAD PACES FERRY ROAD TO PACES FERRY ROAD ATLANTA ROAD TO PLANT ATKINSON ROAD COOPERLAKE ROAD TO REED ROAD COOPERLAKE ROAD TO DEAD END RANDALL FARM ROAD TO WOODLAND BROOK ROAD HIGHLAND ROAD TO SMYRNA CITY LIMIT TERRELL MILL ROAD TO MARIETTA CITY LIMIT SOUTH COBB DRIVE TO NORTH CHURCH LANE POWERS FERRY ROAD TO LOWER ROSWELL ROAD JOHNSON FERRY ROAD TO BROXBOURNE DRIVE DIS. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 MILES 0.15 0.15 0.25 0.30 0.30 0.35 0.40 0.70 0.70 0.70 0.75 0.80 0.80 0.95 1.15 1.30 1.40 1.50 1.70 1.90 2.20 2.30 4.30 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 PACES FERRY ROAD RANDALL FARM ROAD SMITHSTONE ROAD WEST ATLANTA STREET OAKDALE ROAD CHURCH ROAD PAPER MILL ROAD RIVERWOOD PARKWAY OLD SEWELL ROAD AKERS MILL ROAD COOPERLAKE ROAD WOODLANDBROOK DRIVE WOODLAWN DRIVE ROBINSON ROAD WINDY HILL ROAD SHADOWLAWN DRIVE HOLT ROAD SPRING HILL PARKWAY ATLANTA ROAD CUMBERLAND PARKWAY POWERS FERRY ROAD TERRELL MILL ROAD OLD CANTON ROAD WINDY HILL ROAD JOHNSON FERRY ROAD ALLGOOD ROAD BEAVER SHOP ROAD MAYBREEZE ROAD NORTH HEMBREE ROAD ALLGOOD ROAD CHASTAIN CORNERS SCOTT ROAD GORDY PARKWAY KEMP ROAD SCUFFLEGRIT ROAD DAVIS ROAD ATLANTA ROAD TO SPRING HILL PARKWAY NEW PACES FERRY ROAD TO ORCHARD KNOB ROAD LOWER ROSWELL ROAD TO POWERS FERRY ROAD ATLANTA ROAD TO PEARL STREET OLD ATLANTA ROAD TO SOUTH COBB DRIVE LANDMARK DRIVE TO SMYRNA CITY LIMITS TERRELL MILL ROAD TO JOHNSON FERRY ROAD COBB-GALLERIA PARKWAY TO SOUTH COBB PARKWAY LOWER ROSWELL ROAD TO OLD HOLT ROAD POWERS FERRY ROAD TO CUMBERLAND BOULEVARD DANIEL STREET TO KING SPRINGS ROAD LOG CABIN DRIVE TO PACES FERRY ROAD PAPER MILL ROAD TO JOHNSON FERRY ROAD ROSWELL ROAD TO ROSWELL ROAD COBB PARKWAY TO POWERS FERRY ROAD PAPERMILL ROAD TO LOWER ROSWELL ROAD ROBINSON ROAD TO OLD SEWELL MILL ROAD PACES FERRY ROAD TO MOUNT WILKINSON PARKWAY RIDGE ROAD TO NORTH CHURCH LANE SOUTH COBB DRIVE TO PACES FERRY ROAD DELK ROAD TO SOUTH MARIETTA PARKWAY PAPER MILL ROAD TO US 41 LOWER ROSWELL ROAD TO ROSWELL ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO BENSON POOLE ROAD SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO FULTON COUNTY SCUFFLEGRIT ROAD SW ALONG SOUTH RW BRYANT LANE TO EBENEZER ROAD SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO EBENEZER ROAD HEMBREE ROAD TO SHALLOWFORD ROAD CREEK CROSSING TO EAST PIEDMONT ROAD CANTON HIGHWAY TO NEW CHASTAIN ROAD PIEDMONT ROAD TO GUYNELLE DRIVE SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO SANDY PLAINS ROAD JAMERSON ROAD TO TRICKUM ROAD ALLGOOD ROAD TO SANDY PLAINS ROAD SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO SANDY PLAINS ROAD 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.30 0.35 0.35 0.50 0.60 0.65 0.70 0.70 0.70 0.80 0.85 0.90 1.10 1.10 1.30 1.30 1.50 1.50 1.75 1.85 4.25 0.05 0.10 0.10 0.15 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.35

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 KEHELEY DRIVE ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROAD EBENEZER ROAD HAMBY ROAD PINE ROAD HEMBREE ROAD KEHELEY ROAD ALLGOOD ROAD LASSITER ROAD BILL MURDOCK ROAD BUSBEE DRIVE PROVIDENCE ROAD CHASTAIN ROAD BUSBEE PARKWAY MABRY ROAD FREY ROAD BUSBEE PARKWAY STEINHAUER ROAD SEWELL MILL ROAD HAWKINS STORE ROAD NEW CHASTAIN ROAD NORTH BOOTH ROAD OLD CANTON ROAD JAMERSON ROAD TRICKUM ROAD WOOTEN LAKE ROAD HOLLY SPRINGS ROAD BIG SHANTY ROAD PIEDMONT ROAD MURDOCK ROAD EAST PIEDMONT ROAD POST OAK TRITT ROAD SHALLOWFORD ROAD BELLS FERRY ROAD BLACKWELL ROAD SANDY PLAINS ROAD KEMP ROAD TO KEHELEY ROAD STEINHAUER ROAD TO TRICKUM ROAD BLACKWELL ROAD TO SANDY PLAINS ROAD HICKORY GROVE ROAD TO BARTOW COUNTY LINE PROVIDENCE ROAD TO SEWELL MILL ROAD POST OAK TRITT ROAD TO LASSITER ROAD SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO KEHELEY DRIVE MERRITT ROAD SAWYER ROAD (MARIETTA CITY LIMIT) JOHNSON FERRY ROAD TO DEAD-END (NORTH) PINE ROAD TO OAK LANE G. BUSBEE PARKWAY TO G. BUSBEE PARKWAY ROSWELL ROAD TO ROSWELL ROAD DUNCAN ROAD/MCCOLLUM PKWY TO BELLS FERRY ROAD CHASTAIN ROAD TO BRIDGE SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO ALABAMA ROAD (SR 92) SHILOH ROAD TO CHASTAIN ROAD FREY ROAD TO WADE GREEN ROAD SHALLOWFORD ROAD TO TRICKUM ROAD JOHNSON FERRY ROAD TO ROSWELL ROAD CANTON HIGHWAY TO BELLS FERRY ROAD CANTON ROAD TO BELLS FERRY ROAD SHILOH ROAD TO BELLS FERRY ROAD HOLLY SPRINGS ROAD TO ROSWELL ROAD CANTON ROAD TO WIGLEY ROAD SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO CHEROKEE COUNTY WADE GREEN ROAD TO SHILOH ROAD SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO SEWELL MILL ROAD BUSBEE PARKWAY TO CHASTAIN MEADOWS PARKWAY BELLS FERRY ROAD TO SANDY PLAINS ROAD POST OAK TRITT ROAD TO SEWELL MILL ROAD SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO ROSWELL ROAD SANDY PLAINS ROAD TO FULTON COUNTY LINE CANTON ROAD TO FULTON COUNTY LINE COBB PARKWAY US 41 TO CHEROKEE COUNTY NEW CHASTAIN ROAD TO SHALLOWFORD ROAD ALABAMA ROAD TO CANTON ROAD 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 0.35 0.35 0.40 0.40 0.40 0.50 0.50 0.55 0.55 0.60 0.65 0.65 0.70 0.85 0.85 0.90 0.95 0.95 1.00 1.05 1.10 1.40 1.45 1.50 1.50 1.75 1.95 2.15 2.40 2.50 2.85 3.05 3.50 3.75 4.70 6.25

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 FINCH ROAD LANDERS DRIVE DODGEN ROAD LANE DRIVE OLD FLOYD ROAD QUEEN MILL ROAD WISTERIA DRIVE BOGGS ROAD FONTAINE ROAD HILLCREST DRIVE ROBERTS DRIVE FAVOR ROAD PISGAH ROAD SANDTOWN ROAD SOUTH HURT ROAD BARBER ROAD BROOKWOOD DRIVE SIX FLAGS PARKWAY GLORE ROAD OLD ALABAMA ROAD OLD CONCORD ROAD SOUTH SERVICE ROAD COOPERLAKE ROAD GAYDON ROAD MACEDONIA ROAD BLAIR BRIDGE ROAD SOUTH GORDON ROAD SMYRNA-POWDER SPRINGS ROAD NICKAJACK ROAD BROWNSVILLE ROAD EAST WEST CONNECTOR OAK RIDGE ROAD MILFORD CHURCH ROAD BUCKNER ROAD HURT ROAD FLOYD ROAD HILL ROAD TO POWDER SPRINGS DALLAS HIGHWAY FLOYD ROAD TO DEAD END VETERANS MEMORIAL TO MABLETON PARKWAY MABLETON PARKWAY TO DODGEN ROAD CLAY ROAD TO VETERANS MEMORIAL PARKWAY VETERANS MEMORIAL TO MABLETON PARKWAY FLOYD ROAD TO BROOKWOOD DRIVE PISGAH ROAD TO MABLETON PARKWAY NICKAJACK ROAD TO EAST WEST CONNECTOR SOUTH GORDON ROAD TO SIX FLAGS PARKWAY OAKDALE ROAD TO BROOKSIDE DRIVE AUSTELL ROAD TO SMYRNA - POWDER SPRINGS ROAD OLD ALABAMA ROAD TO SOUTH GORDON ROAD GANN ROAD TO AUSTELL ROAD HURT ROAD TO CONCORD ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO OLD CONCORD ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO CLAY ROAD SOUTH SERVICE ROAD TO HILLCREST ROAD CLAY ROAD TO FLOYD ROAD MAXHAM ROAD TO MABLETON PARKWAY ATLANTA ROAD TO PAT MELL ROAD RIVERSIDE PARKWAY TO SIX FLAGS PARKWAY VETERANS MEMORIAL PKWY TO NICKAJACK ROAD FLORENCE ROAD TO NEW MACLAND ROAD OLD LOST MOUNTAIN ROAD TO BARRETT PARKWAY SOUTH GORDON ROAD TO SIX FLAGS DRIVE GORDON LANE TO MABLETON PARKWAY HICKS ROAD TO BENSON POOLE ROAD FLOYD ROAD TO FONTAINE ROAD OGLESBY ROAD TO HILL ROAD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO AUSTELL ROAD BLAIR BRIDGE DRIVE TO DOUGLAS COUNTY POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO HICKS ROAD VETERANS MEMORIAL PARKWAY TO OAKDALE ROAD FLOYD ROAD TO CONCORD ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO VETERANS MEMORIAL PARKWAY 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0.10 0.10 0.15 0.15 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.35 0.35 0.35 0.40 0.40 0.50 0.50 0.55 0.55 0.55 0.60 0.60 0.65 0.70 0.75 0.80 0.95 1.00 1.10 1.15 1.35

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2013 Shoulder Maintenance Contract Project No. TR465 ATLANTA ROAD HICKS ROAD SIX FLAGS DRIVE FACTORY SHOALS ROAD OAKDALE ROAD CLAY ROAD POWDER SPRINGS ROAD SOUTH COBB DRIVE TO PAT MELL ROAD AUSTELL ROAD TO FLOYD ROAD RIVERSIDE PARKWAY TO BLAIR BRIDGE ROAD MABLETON PARKWAY TO DOUGLAS COUNTY LINE VETERANS MEMORIAL PARKWAY TO BUCKNER ROAD AUSTELL-POWDER SPRINGS ROAD TO FLOYD ROAD CALLAWAY ROAD TO POWDER SPRINGS CITY LIMITS SIDEWALK MOWING TOTAL 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1.45 1.50 1.60 1.90 1.90 2.70 3.50 140.10

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Agenda Item Number. 11

Cobb County Department of Transportation


Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

Comm. Dist. 1

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve Amendment No. 1 to the Cooperative/Subgrant Agreement with the City of Marietta for construction of transit pedestrian access improvements along Powder Springs Street.

BACKGROUND
On January 24, 2012, the Board of Commissioners adopted a resolution for submission of Grant No. GA-90-X312 to the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) for transit capital, planning and operating related projects, in an amount not to exceed $3,000,000.00. On June 12, 2012, the Board adopted a resolution to amend FTA Grant No. GA-90-X312 to include additional funding which had subsequently become available. The amended grant totaled $7,984,167.00. The project list included $834,178.00 for improvements at Cobb Community Transit bus stops and stations. On December 11, 2012, the Board approved a Cooperative/Subgrant Agreement with the City of Marietta for FTA FY12 Section 5307 Program Grant funding, in an amount not to exceed $480,000.00, to construct transit pedestrian access improvements along South Marietta Parkway/SR120 near the Marietta Transfer Center. On February 26, 2013, the Board adopted a resolution to amend FTA Grant No. GA-90-X312 to include additional funding which had subsequently become available. The amended grant totaled $9,074,576.00. The project list included $1,090,409.00 for pedestrian access walkways.

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The Department has worked collaboratively with City of Marietta (City) staff to identify locations within the City where improved pedestrian safety for transit patrons could be achieved through infrastructure improvements. A project along Powder Springs Street has been evaluated and selected for implementation. The project will include the construction of a six-foot wide sidewalk on the southeast side of Powder Springs Street, between Bellemeade Drive and County Services Parkway, along with installation of curb and gutter where it does not currently exist. This project will connect with the Citys planned sidewalk improvement extending from South Marietta Parkway to Bellemeade Drive, providing continuous pedestrian access and improvement along this heavily traveled corridor. The estimated cost of the project, including contingencies, is $400,000.00. Details for action requested are as follows: The Department recommends approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Cooperative/Subgrant Agreement with the City to implement this project. The City will fund the 20 percent local share of $80,000.00, which is required to match the 80 percent Federal share of $320,000.00 provided by FTA Grant No. GA-90-X312. As the direct recipient of FTA funds, the County will reimburse the City 80 percent of the eligible expended project costs, up to a maximum amount of $320,000.00, utilizing available Federal funds. The City will be responsible for 100 percent of all costs incurred in excess of the $400,000.00 estimated project cost. The City will also be responsible for preparing a statement of work, bidding, contracting and managing the project. Additionally, the City will be responsible for any ongoing maintenance and operational costs associated with the project, both during construction and after completion. The Deputy Director will serve as the Departments project liaison with the City. Amendment No. 1 to the Cooperative/Subgrant Agreement with the City has been reviewed by the County Attorneys Office.

IMPACT STATEMENT
Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Cooperative/Subgrant Agreement with the City will result in a savings of up to $80,000.00 to the Transit Capital Fund by reducing the local share requirement for FTA Grant No. GA-90-X312, which was previously approved by the Board and subsequently appropriated. Currently budgeted local share funds, in an amount not to exceed $80,000.00, will be reprogrammed within the Transit Capital Fund to be used as local match on future FTA grants, as approved by the Board. As the primary grant recipient, the County will be required to provide proper administrative oversight of the project, as it is being implemented by the City, to ensure compliance with applicable Federal regulations. The Deputy Director will serve as the Departments project liaison with the City to ensure compliance.

FUNDING
Available in the Transit Division's approved Capital Projects Fund with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: 202-050-4831-8024 (Land Improvements) $400,000.00
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Transfer to:

202-050-4831-6574 (Reimb-City of Marietta) $320,000.00 202-050-4899-8005 (Preliminary Estimate) $ 80,000.00

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve Amendment No. 1 to the Cooperative/Subgrant Agreement with the City of Marietta, in a form substantially similar to the attached and as approved by the County Attorney's Office, in an amount not to exceed $400,000.00, for construction of transit pedestrian access improvements along Powder Springs Street, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

ATTACHMENTS
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Agenda Item Number. 12

Cobb County Department of Transportation


Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

Comm. Dist. All

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to the contract with Clever Devices, Ltd., successorin-interest to Digital Recorders, for the modification of Cobb Community Transit's Automatic Vehicle Location system data files to support web-based trip planning tools for transit patrons.

BACKGROUND
On June 9, 2009, the Board of Commissioners adopted a resolution authorizing the submission of an amended Federal Transit Administration (FTA) FY09 Section 5307 Grant (GA-90-X280) that included funding for the acquisition of an Automated Vehicle Location (AVL) system for Cobb Community Transit (CCT). On September 27, 2011, the Board approved a contract with Digital Recorders, Inc., for the purchase and installation of an AVL system for Cobb Community Transit. One of the components of the AVL project was development of an accurate route, stop and schedule database for the complete CCT system. The AVL system is currently in operation. On December 11, 2012, the Board approved an Open Transit Data Intergovernmental Agreement with the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) to provide CCT operation, performance and other data for publication in the ARC Regional Transit Data Warehouse (RTDW). The benefits of participation in the RTDW include improved customer service, greater operational transparency, a more interconnected regional transit system and potential innovation through freelance web development of state of the art software planning applications for use by the general public. The Open Transit Data agreement requires CCT data to conform to General Transit Feed Specification, which is a commonly used national standard to represent transit schedule and route information. One of the more commonly used applications includes transit trip planning in Google Transit, which can be accessed from the same internet application as route planning in Google Maps. Page 77 of 257

Agenda Item Number. 12

Details for action requested are as follows: Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to the contract with Clever Devices, Ltd., successor-in-interest to Digital Recorders, in an amount not to exceed $14,990.00, is requested for the development/testing of required software and associated training for staff to provide CCT riders with effective trip planning tools and to meet the commitment of the Open Transit Data agreement with ARC. Funding for Supplemental Agreement No.1 is available in the approved Transit Capital Projects Fund through FTA Grant No. GA-90-X280. Federal Funding will provide 80 percent of this project cost, or $11,992.00. The required 20 percent local match of $2,998.00 is available as previously approved and appropriated by the Board. Original Contract Amount Supplemental Agreement No. 1 Revised Contract: $2,237,106.00 $ 14,990.00 $2,252,096.00

Supplemental Agreement No. 1 has been reviewed by the County Attorneys Office.

FUNDING
Available in the Transit Division's approved Capital Projects Fund through Federal Transit Administration Grant No. GA-90-X280 with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: Transfer to: Increase GAE 202092711616: 202-050-4860-8005 202-050-4860-8410 202-050-4860-8410 $14,990.00 $14,990.00 $14,990.00

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to the contract with Clever Devices, Ltd., successor-in-interest to Digital Recorders, in an amount not to exceed $14,990.00; for the modification of Cobb Community Transit's Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) system data files to support web-based trip planning tools for transit patrons; authorize the corresponding budget transaction; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

ATTACHMENTS
Supplemental Agreemetn No. 1 Between Departmetn of Transportation Cobb County, GA and Clever Devices, Ltd., d/b/a Digital Recorders

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SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT No.1 BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION COBB COUNTY, GEORGIA AND CLEVER DEVICES, LTD., d/b/a DIGITAL RECORDERS

This agreement is made and entered into this 14th day of May, by and between the COBB COUNTY, GEORGIA, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, Cobb County being a political subdivision of the State of Georgia, hereinafter referred to as the D epartment, and CLEVER DEVICES, LTD., d/b/a DIGITAL RECORDERS hereinafter call the Contractor. WHEREAS, the Department and the Contractor entered into an Agreement, dated October 25th, 2011, hereinafter called the Original Contract, whereby the Contractor provided equipment and installation of Bus Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) System for Cobb Community Transit; and WHEREAS, certain technological items deemed beneficial to improving transportation services to the public in the areas served by Cobb Community Transit are not covered by the Original Contract and the Department desires to authorize the additional technology improvement items described in the attached Extended Scope of work. NOW THEREFORE, the Department hereby approves this Supplemental Agreement #1 to authorize additional technology improvements to the AVL System for Cobb Community Transit by the Contractor and said improvements are described in the attached Extended Scope of Work which is hereby incorporated as if fully set forth. This Supplemental Agreement #1 hereby amends the Original Contract and is made a part of thereof. Said work under this Supplemental Agreement #1 shall be performed under the specifications of the Original Contract, and the Original Contract is in full and effect, except in so far as it might be modified by this Supplemental Agreement #1. The additional technology improvements and costs contained in the Extended Scope of Work include: SA#1 Google Transit Trip Planning: Provide the necessary data files, installation and training to implement Google Transit Trip Planning capabilities to passengers. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE OF THIS CONTRACT. The purchases, installation and construction of the items approved herein, shall be completed no later than July 1, 2013. The

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work shall be carried on expeditiously, with recognition that unforeseen necessary some minor variations in that schedule.

events

may

make

It is agreed that the Department shall pay the Contractor for the work described in this Supplemental Agreement #1 an amount not to exceed Fourteen Thousand Nine Hundred NinetyNine Dollars and 00/Cents ($14,990.) and that said Original Contract shall be increased by the same amount. The Contractor further agrees to adhere to all State and Federal requirements contained in Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein, to this Supplemental Agreement #1. This agreement in no way modifies or changes the Original Contract of which it becomes a part, except as specifically stated herein. SO AGREED, IN WITHNESS THEREOF said parties have hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals this ___ day of _______ 2013.
COBB COUNTY, GEORGIA: CLEVER DEVICES, Ltd. d/b/a DIGITAL RECORDERS:

___________________________ Chairman

(Seal)

BY:__________________ Name: Title:

ATTEST: __________________________ Clerk Sworn and subscribed before me this _______day of 2013.

_____________________________ Notary

Seal Federal Employment Identification Number: ____

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EXHIBIT A GENERAL ASSURANCES The County and the Contractor shall comply with the following requirements: I. IMMIGRATION COMPLIANCE

(a) INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS AND COMPLIANCE WITH THE IMMIGRATION REFORM AND CONTROL ACT OF 1986. The Contractor acknowledges that it is responsible for complying with the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, located at 8 U.S.C. Section 1324, et seq., and regulations relating thereto. Failure to comply with the above provisions of this Agreement shall be considered a material breach and shall be grounds for immediate termination of the Agreement. (b) GEORGIA SECURITY AND IMMIGRATION COMPLIANCE ACT OF 2006.

The Contractor acknowledges that it is responsible for complying with the provisions of the Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act of 2006 located at O.C.G.A. 13-10-90 et seq. and Georgia Department of Labor Rule 300-10-1-.02. A. That affidavits in the required form be executed from the Contractor (and any subcontractors, regardless of tier) and notarized, showing compliance with the requirements of O.C.G.A. 13-10-91 and that such be made part of any Contractor contract and/or subcontract; B. That the Contractor (and any subcontractors, regardless of tier) fully comply with the requirements for completing and submitting the Immigration Compliance Certification and that such certification be received by the County prior to the commencement of any work under this Agreement or subcontract which is to be paid for with County funds; C. That the Contractor (or any subcontractor, regardless of tier) notify the County within five (5) business days of entering into a contract or other agreement for hire with any subcontractor(s), regardless of tier to be paid for with County funds; D. That the Contractor be responsible for obtaining and providing to the COUNTY the Subcontractor Affidavit & Agreement and Immigration Compliance Certification required under the County Procedures & Requirements from each subcontractor, regardless of tier, employed or retained for work under this Agreement prior to the commencement of any work under the contract or any subcontract; E. That County reserves the right to dismiss, or require the dismissal of, any consultant or subcontractor for failing to provide the required affidavit or certification and/or for failure

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to comply with the statutory requirements of O.C.G.A. 13-10-91 and/or for providing false or misleading information upon the required affidavit(s) or certification(s); F. That Contractor and/or subcontractor retaining any other subcontractor to perform services under the contract provide legal notice to any subcontractor of the requirements of Cobb County for immigration compliance and further provide notice that the County reserves the right to require the Contractor to dismiss, or require the dismissal of, any consultant or subcontractor for failing to provide the required affidavit or certification and/or for failure to comply with the statutory requirements of O.C.G.A. 13-10-91 and/or for providing false or misleading information upon the required affidavit(s) or certification(s); G. That failure to comply with any of the requirements and procedures of the County (i.e., failure to timely supply required affidavits or compliance certification documents; failure to utilize federal work authorization procedures; failure to permit or facilitate audits or reviews of records by County or State officials upon request; and/or failure to continue to meet any of the statutory or County obligations during the life of the Agreement) shall constitute a material breach of the Agreement and shall entitle the County to require the dismissal of any subcontractor or sub/subcontractor (irrespective of tier) for failing to fully comply with these requirements or entitle the County to terminate this Agreement; H. That upon notice of a material breach of these provisions, the Contractor (or subcontractor, regardless of tier) shall be entitled to cure the breach within ten (10) days and provide evidence of such cure. Should the breach not be cured, the County shall be entitled to all available remedies, including termination of the Agreement, the requirement that a subcontractor be dismissed from performing work under the contract, and any and all damages permissible by law. (c) S.A.V.E VERIFICATION O.C.G.A. 50-36-1 et seq. The Contractor acknowledges and agrees as an applicant for a public benefit, as referenced in O.C.G.A. 50-36-1, from Cobb County that the Contractor shall comply with all requirements, including but not limited to, executing a S.A.V.E. affidavit with respect to this agreement. II. FEDERAL ASSURANCES

1. Interest of Others. No commissioner, officer, member or employee of the County and no public official of any local government which is affected in any way by the services under this Agreement, who exercises any function or responsibilities in the review or approval of the services or any component part thereof, shall participate in any decision relating to this Agreement which affects his or her personal interests or the interest of any corporation, partnership or association in which he or she is directly interested. 2. Federal Officials Not to Benefit. No member of or delegate to the Congress of the United States of America, resident commissioner or employee of the United States Government, shall be

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admitted to any share or part of this Agreement or to any benefits to arise here from except those benefits flowing to any member of the public. 3. Status of Parties as Independent Contractors. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed to constitute that Contractor or any of its employees, servants, agents or subcontractors are acting as a partner, employee, servant, or agent of the County, nor shall either party to this Agreement have any authority to bind the other in any respect, it being intended that each shall remain an independent contractor. 4. Labor Protections. If any federal funds are used for payment of services under this Agreement, then both parties agree to acquire such services in accordance with the terms and conditions that the U.S. Secretary of Labor has determined for the Project and that they comply with the requirements of 49 U.S.C 5333 (b), in accordance with U.S. DOL guidelines, Section 5333 (b), Federal Transit Law, 29 C.F.R. Part 215, and any amendments thereto. 5. Charter Service Operations. The County and the Contractor agree that neither it nor any public transportation operator performing work in connection with this Agreement will engage in charter service operations, except as authorized by 49 U.S.C 5323 (d) and FTA regulations, Charter Service, 49 C.F.R. Part 604, and any Charter Service regulations or FTA directives that may be issued, except to the extent that the FTA determines otherwise in writing. 6. School Transportation Operations. The County agrees that neither it nor any public transportation operator performing work in connection with this Agreement will engage in school transportation operations for the transportation of students or school personnel exclusively in competition with private school transportation operators, except as authorized by 49. C.F.R. Part 605. 7. Assurances. The County and the Contractor hereby assure and certify that if any federal funds are used to provide payment for services under this Agreement: (a) Both will comply with the regulations, policies, guidelines and requirements contained in FTA Circulars 4220.1F, 4702.1A, 4704.1 and 5010.1D, OMB Circulars A-87, A-102, and A133, and all applicable Georgia statutes as appropriate, as they relate to the application, acceptance, use and audit of such federal funds. (b) Both possess legal authority to enter into this Agreement and each has authorization to act in connection with the execution of the Agreement and to provide such additional information as may be required. A resolution, motion or similar action has been duly adopted or passed as an official act of the County authorizing the execution of this Agreement and directing and authorizing the person identified as the official representative of the County to act in connection with the execution of the Agreement. (c) Both will comply with all applicable provisions of the United States of America Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration Master Agreement (FTAMA [18], October 1, 2012) , and as amended from time to time.

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(d) Both will establish safeguards to prohibit employees from using their positions for a purpose that is or gives the appearance of being motivated by a desire for private gain for themselves or others, particularly those who have family or business ties. (e) Both understand that the phrase federal financial assistance includes any form of loan, grant, guaranty, insurance payment, rebate, subsidy, disaster assistance loan or grant, or any other form of direct federal assistance. (f) The Contractor will ensure that the Mall property is not listed on the Environmental Protection Agencys (EPA) list of Violating Facilities and will notify the County, of the receipt of any communication from the Director of the EPA Office of Federal Activities indicting that the Mall property to be used under this Agreement is under consideration for listing by EPA. (g) If federal funds are used to pay the Contractor for any services under this Agreement, then the Contractor will cooperate with the County in complying with the applicable requirements of the Federal Financial Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA) sub-award reporting requirements. (h) Both will comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, and, in accordance with Title VI of that Act, no person shall, on the grounds of age, handicap, religion, creed or belief, political affiliation, sex, race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any service or activity for which the County or the Contractor receive federal financial assistance and will immediately take any measures necessary to effectuate this assurance. The Contractor shall not discriminate against any qualified client or recipient of services provided through this Agreement on the basis of age, handicap, religion, creed or belief, political affiliation, race, color, sex or national origin. The County and the Contractor shall cause foregoing provisions to be binding upon each contractor and subcontractor providing services under this Agreement in the amount of or greater than Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00). (i) The CITY agrees to comply with such rules, regulations, or guidelines as the funding agencies may issue to implement the requirements of this paragraph, including those under 49 CFR Part 21. (j) The County will comply with the current U.S. Department of Transportation regulations on Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) participation at 49 CFR Part 26 or at another Part, if reissued, and any requirements or guidance the Concerned Funding Agencies may issue. (k) Both will comply with applicable provisions of Executive Order 11246, entitled Equal Employment Opportunity, as amended by Executive Order 11375, and as supplemented in U.S. Department of Labor regulations (41 CFR Part 60). (l) Both will comply with the applicable provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended or may be amended. 8. Lobbying Restrictions. In compliance with 31 U.S.C 1352 (a), the County and the Contractor agree that no part of any funds under this Agreement shall be used to pay the costs of

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influencing any officer or employee of a federal agency, member of Congress, officer of Congress or employee of a member of Congress, in connection with making or extending a Grant Agreement or an appropriation. 9. Other Federal Requirements. In addition to other requirements of this Agreement, the County and the Contractor agree to comply with, and shall be bound by, the applicable terms and conditions of all state and federal laws or regulations governing and defining resources, project administration, allowable costs and associated procurement standards, including but not limited to, 49 CFR 18 and OMB Circular A-87, as appropriate. All such documents are hereby made part of this Agreement fully as if the same were attached hereto.

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Agenda Item Number. 13

Cobb County Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs


Eddie Canon, Director 1792 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4026 (770) 528-8800 / fax: (770) 528-8813

Comm. Dist. 1

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Eddie Canon, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Eddie Canon, Director Jackie R. McMorris, Director of Public Services

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve the revised Master Plan for Leone Hall Price Park governing future development of this 95.7 acre property.

BACKGROUND

On January 9, 2007, the Board of Commissioners approved a Master Plan for Leone Hall Price Park located on Stilesboro Road. The original Master Plan included an approximately 78 acre portion of the property bequeathed to the County from the estate of Leone Hall Price. Subsequently, using funding authorized under the 2006 Parks Bond Program, the County purchased an additional 17.7 acre parcel adjacent to the original property and incorporated it into the park. The additional acreage is at a higher elevation, allowing many of the proposed features shown on the 2007 Master Plan to be moved away from the stream and floodplain areas. The non-profit citizen volunteer group Friends of Price Park, in cooperation with the Rotary Club of North Cobb, arranged to fund the preparation of an revised Master Plan. Following departmental processes, staff coordinated with the Friends and with landscape architects Bilson & Associates to prepare the revised plan. The resulting plan shows parking, a maintenance building with covered pavilion and restrooms, and a playground located near the park entrance on Stilesboro Road, rather than in the interior of the park as on the original plan. Like the original plan, other proposed features include trails, meadows and natural wooded areas which make the most of this natural passive park land. The revised Master Plan was presented to the Board of Commissioners at their Work Session Page 86 of 257

Agenda Item Number. 13

held on April 23, 2013.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve the revised Master Plan for Leone Hall Price Park, governing future development of this 95.7 acre property as a passive park.

ATTACHMENT
Revised Leone Hall Price Park Master Plan to be provided under separate cover.

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Agenda Item Number. 14

Cobb County Senior Services


P.O. Box 649 Marietta, Georgia 30061-0649 (770) 528-5355 / fax: (770) 528-5378

Comm. Dist. All

TO:

David Hankerson, County Manager This item has been electronically signed by:
Jackie R. McMorris, Director of Public Services

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To authorize the acceptance of a donation from the dissolved Cobb Cares, Incorporated.

BACKGROUND
Cobb Cares Incorporated was a private, nonprofit, 501c3 organization that provided goods and services to eligible Cobb County citizens for needs that could not ordinarily be met through other established social service organizations. It was founded in the late 1980s by the Marietta Daily Journal and governed by a Board of Directors composed of representatives from Cobb Senior Services Department, The Center for Family Resources, Cobb Legal Aid, Department of Family and Children Services, YWCA of Northwest Georgia, and the United Way in Cobb County. Funding came from a large private donation and yearly community donations. In 2012, the Board voted to discontinue services and terminate its private foundation status by following all legal requirements for dissolution for a Georgia non-profit corporation. All remaining assets were liquidated and distributed to each of the former member organizations. On March 2, 2013, Senior Services received a check in the amount of $8,201.00, which will be used by the Care Support unit to provide financial support to senior citizens of Cobb County. Eligible seniors must be 60 and older, at 100% of the Federal Poverty Level and find themselves in emergency and at risk situations, such as eviction, utility shut off, emergency medical needs, and emergency home repairs such as flooded basements, fallen trees, etc. Care Managers will assess, verify and document each situation, complete an application and adhere to written procedures regarding 'emergency fund requests' for each case. Approved services will be those that cannot be provided through other community resources.

FUNDING

Increase Revenue: 010-300-0060-4920

(Gifts & Donations)


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$8,201.00

Agenda Item Number. 14

Increase Expenditure: 010-300-0060-8818 (Standard Restricted Reserve Contingency) $8,201.00

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners authorize the acceptance of a donation from the dissolved Cobb Cares Incorporated, in an amount not to exceed $8,201.00, for use by the Care Support unit, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Agenda Item Number. 15

Cobb County Property Management Department


John A. Reida, Director 1150 Powder Springs Street Suite 200 Marietta, Georgia 30064 (770) 528-2100 / fax: (770) 528-2148

Comm. Dist. All

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager John A. Reida, Property Management Director Faye DiMassimo, Transportation Agency Director This item has been electronically signed by:
John A. Reida, Director Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve the ranking of the three most qualified firms for the design/construction of a new air traffic control tower at Cobb County Airport-McCollum Field.

BACKGROUND
On December 20, 2012, the Board of Commissioners authorized the advertisement for and issuance of a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) and authorized the submission of a grant application to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for the design/construction of a new air traffic control tower. The project includes the design and construction of a new air traffic control tower to replace the existing control tower built in 1994. The RFQ was advertised in the Marietta Daily Journal on January 25, 2013, and on February 1, 8 and 15, 2013, in accordance with Selection Process 1 (Competitive Negotiations) of the Policy for Procurement of Professional Services, as amended by the Board on December 20, 2011. Proposals were received on March 14, 2013. Eight firms responded. The following individuals served on the selection committee for this project: Bill Thomas, Purchasing Supervisor, Purchasing Department; John Morey, Engineer III, and Karl Von Hagel, Airport Division Manager, Department of Transportation; Allen Kronenberger, Division Manager, Property Management; and Tom Bailey, Engineer IV, Water System. Pat Riley, Senior Associate County Attorney, and Jim Pehrson, Finance Director, served as advisors to the selection committee.
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Agenda Item Number. 15

The selection committee reviewed the proposals and ranked the firms based on their understanding of the project, proposed staffing and qualifications, level of experience and performance on projects of similar scope/complexity, project approach, overall responsiveness to the County's needs, availability and current workload, and financial stability. The committee recommends the three most qualified firms to be, in order, as follows: Peter Brown Construction (with AJT Engineering, Inc.) New South Construction (with Pond & Company) Optum Construction Group (with CTBX Aviation Group, LLC) Once the projects final General Conditions, Design, and Fee have been negotiated, an agenda item will be presented to the Board requesting approval to award a contract for design/construction of a new air traffic control tower at Cobb County Airport-McCollum Field. After the design/builder completes the majority of the project design, and the guaranteed maximum price (GMP) is determined, an agenda item will be presented to the Board requesting approval of a Supplemental Agreement to include construction of the air traffic control tower.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve the ranking of the three most qualified firms for the design/construction of a new air traffic control tower at Cobb County Airport-McCollum Field, and authorize negotiations for final scope of services and fee beginning with the top ranked firm, Peter Brown Construction, utilizing Selection Process 1 (Competitive Negotiations).

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Agenda Item Number. 16

Cobb County Fleet Management Office


Al Curtis, Director 1940 County Services Parkway SW Marietta, Georgia 30008 (770) 528-1110 / fax: (770) 528-1115

Comm. Dist.

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Al Curtis, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Al Curtis, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Cobb and Douglas Public Health for preventive maintenance and repair services for eight vehicles.

BACKGROUND
The Cobb & Douglas Public Health has contacted the Cobb County Fleet Management Department to request maintenance support for eight (8) fleet vehicles. Currently Cobb & Douglas Public Health has no consistency in the repair facilities utilized and has no established maintenance program in place. Cobb & Douglas Public Healths intent is to allow Cobb County Fleet Management to perform preventative maintenance and repairs to these vehicles at our centralized maintenance facility located at 1940 County Services Parkway.

IMPACT STATEMENT
Cobb Countys Legal Department has drafted an agreement that covers each partys responsibilities and liabilities. Indemnify clause is included in the agreement. Cobb County Government will: 1. Provide preventative maintenance and repairs services to eight of Cobb & Douglas Board of Health vehicles. 2. Charge Cobb & Douglas Public Health a labor rate of $78.00 hr for maintenance and repairs; replacement parts will be charged at cost plus 15%. 3. Invoice Cobb & Douglas Public Health on a monthly basis for maintenance and repairs performed during that month. Page 92 of 257

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Cobb & Douglas Public Health will: 1. Provide timely and accurate information to Cobb County regarding maintenance and repair problems with vehicles prior to performance of the work, and concerning any vehicle performance problems after the work is completed. 2. Deliver vehicles to Cobb Countys Fleet Maintenance Facility on County Services Parkway, Marietta, Georgia 30008 for which work is requested and retrieve vehicles upon completion of work. 3. Pay such invoices received from Cobb County Government within thirty (30) days of receipt.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Cobb and Douglas Public Health for preventative maintenance and repair services for eight Cobb and Douglas Public Health vehicles and authorize the chairman to execute the necessary documents.

ATTACHMENTS
Intergov Agrmt Cobb Douglas Health and Cobb County

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INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN COBB COUNTY AND COBB & DOUGLAS BOARD OF HEALTH THIS INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (Agreement) made and entered into by and between COBB COUNTY, a political subdivision of the State of Georgia ("County") and the COBB & DOUGLAS BOARD OF HEALTH, District 3-1, an agency of the State of Georgia ( Board"), pursuant to Ga. Const. Art. 9, 1. WHEREAS, the Board wishes County to perform certain repairs and maintenance of Board owned automotive vehicles; and WHEREAS, County is agreeable to performing such vehicle repairs upon the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement; NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the promises and the mutual covenants hereinafter set forth, and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, County and Board agree as follows: 1. RESPONSIBILITIES OF PARTIES A. County shall: i. As requested by Board, perform maintenance and repairs to Board vehicles listed on Exhibit A, attached hereto, as may be amended from time-to-time, (Work) under the direction of the County Fleet Director. The County Fleet Director shall, in his discretion, direct the priority of such Work in relation to repairs required for County owned vehicles. The Work performed on Board vehicles shall be of the same quality as County performs for its own vehicles, in its discretion; Cooperate with the Board to schedule Work at times convenient to the Board between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays, County holidays and other closure days excepted; Notify the Board in writing if the requested Work is beyond the expertise or capacity of County; Apply to the requested Work any standard specifications for replacing parts and/or performing services then applicable for County owned vehicles. The Countys Preventative Maintenance schedule shall be used for Board vehicles; Keep reasonably itemized and detailed records concerning parts, repairs and labor costs for Work performed on each Board vehicle consistent with existing County reports and documents; Warrant, without additional charge, the repair of any defective workmanship or replacement of any defective parts provided to Board vehicles for a period of

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ninety (90) days after the date the Work has been completed, normal wear and tear excepted. B. Board shall: i. Pay County within thirty (30) days of receipt of itemized invoices therefor, the following: a. Labor costs at the rate of Seventy-Eight Dollars ($78.00) per hour for all Work performed during the term of this Agreement. If overtime is required due to emergency or unforeseen conditions, overtime labor shall be paid at 1.5 times the hourly rate; Parts for the Work shall be supplied at Countys cost for same plus fifteen percent (15%) for the storage, inventory management and handling of such parts by County; Any costs County may incur to subcontract Work under this Agreement to a private repair business. All such repairs shall require prior approval from Board Administration Manager or designee; Provide timely and accurate information to County regarding maintenance and repair problems with Board vehicles prior to performance of the Work, and concerning any vehicle performance problems after the Work is completed; Deliver vehicles to Countys Fleet Maintenance Facility on County Services Parkway, Marietta, Georgia 30008 for which Work is requested and retrieve vehicles upon completion of Work. In situations where the vehicle is inoperative, the County will determine whether the vehicle shall be towed to the County location or repaired at a private business.

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TERM AND TERMINATION A. Term. This term of this Agreement shall commence upon the Effective Date hereof (as hereinafter defined) and shall continue until June 30, 2014, and thereafter shall automatically renew for four (4) successive one (1) year terms, unless sooner terminated as provided herein. Termination. This Agreement may be terminated by either party, with or without cause, by providing the other party thirty (30) days prior written notice.

B.

3.

GENERAL PROVISIONS 2.1 To the extent permitted by law, each party agrees to indemnify, defend, or save harmless the other from each and every claim which the indemnitor would be legally liable to pay if: (a) a claim asserting the same loss or injury were made directly against the indemnitor, whether or not such a claim is actually made; and (b) the loss of injury sustained by the

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claimant resulted from the acts, errors or omissions of the indemnitor or those for whose actions the indemnitor is legally responsible. This mutual right to indemnify is in addition to and not in lieu of any other right of contribution or indemnity which may exist in favor of either party under Georgia law or of the indemnitee party for claims made against them because of their actions or capacity as such. 2.2 This Agreement shall include Work for all vehicles listed in Exhibit A. In the event Board desires to add or substitute vehicles for those listed on Exhibit A, a written amendment to this Agreement must be executed by the parties before it shall apply to those vehicles. This Agreement shall become effective upon the date of the last signature below (Effective Date). This Agreement represents the entire integrated understanding of the parties concerning the subject matter hereof. It supersedes all prior agreements, negotiations, and representations, written or oral. This agreement may be amended only by a writing executed with the same formalities as this Agreement itself. All communication concerning this Agreement and issues arising hereunder shall be made to: a. b. 2.7 Cobb County Fleet Management Director, or his designee; and Cobb & Douglas Public Health Administration Director, or designee.

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2.5

2.6

This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Georgia without regard to conflict of laws principles. In the event any portion of this Agreement shall be held to be invalid and unenforceable, the remaining portions shall be valid and binding upon the parties. The parties agree that they will comply with any federal, state and local laws, regulations, executive orders and ordinances that may be applicable to this Agreement.

2.8

2.9

Signatures on following page.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties have caused this Agreement to be signed in their respective names by their duly authorized representatives as of the dates set forth below.

COBB COUNTY

COBB & DOUGLAS BOARD OF HEALTH

By:_____________________________ Timothy D. Lee, Chairman, Board of Commissioners

By:__________________________________ Dr. Jack Kennedy, Medical Director

Attest:___________________________________ County Clerk

Attest:_______________________________

Date:____________________________________

Date:_________________________________

APPROVED AS TO FORM: By:_______________________________________ County Attorneys Office

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EXHIBIT A Board Vehicle List MODEL Civic Trailblazer Trailblazer E250-Cargo E250 Express Van Cobalt Focus

YEAR 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2008 2013

MAKE Honda Chevy Chevy Ford Ford Chevy Chevy Ford

VIN #8770 #4321 #3938 #2821 #8576 #7553 #0500 #1117

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Agenda Item Number. 17

Cobb County Police Department


John R. Houser, Police Chief 140 North Marietta Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30060-1454

Comm. Dist. All

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Jack L. Forsythe, Director of Public Safety John R. Houser, Police Chief This item has been electronically signed by:
John R. Houser, Police Chief Jack Forsythe, Director of Public Safety

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To authorize the application for and acceptance of Department of Homeland Security Grant Program funds passed through the Georgia Emergency Management Agency to enhance homeland security.

BACKGROUND
The Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA) has made notification of an opportunity for additional funding that has resulted from unexpended FY 10 State Homeland Security Grant Program funds. Funding in the amount of $132,000.00 is available to allow Bomb Squads and associated special teams the opportunity to either maintain or improve existing hazardous device response capabilities. GEMA has recommended some equipment that would assist in standardizing responses across the state. This equipment has not been acquired in the past due to budget constraints or lack of funding opportunities. The equipment includes an Open Vision X-Ray system that allows technicians to view the inside of suspicious packages in real time without the need to develop x-ray film. This type of equipment was used extensively in the hours following the Boston Marathon bombing. A hybrid radio control system would be acquired to replace the antiquated fiber optic cable system currently used to control the two full-size robots. Additional equipment includes evidence collection kits and rapid access tools for diagnosing suspect items.

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Agenda Item Number. 17

IMPACT STATEMENT
There is no local match requirement. The Cobb County Police Department will be expected to continue to provide assistance to agencies throughout North Georgia as resources and personnel are available.

FUNDING
Increase revenue: Increase expense: 270-130-GR49-4493 (GEMA) 270-130-GR49-8481 (Security Equipment) 270-130-GR49-6207 (Safety Equipment) $132,000.00 $118,000.00 $ 14,000.00

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners authorize the application for and acceptance of Department of Homeland Security funds passed through the Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA), in an amount not to exceed $132,000.00, for equipment to improve existing hazardous device response capabilities to include: one Open Vision X-Ray system, one hybrid radio control system for bomb robots, eight rapid access tool kits and four evidence collection kits; authorize the corresponding budget transfers, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Agenda Item Number. 18

Cobb County Fire & Emergency Services


Sam D. Heaton, Fire Chief 1595 County Services Pkwy Marietta, Georgia 30008-4021

Comm. Dist. All

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Jack Forsythe, Public Safety Director Sam D. Heaton, Fire Chief This item has been electronically signed by:
Sam Heaton, Fire Chief Jack Forsythe, Director of Public Safety

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To authorize the acceptance of a donation from the WalMart Foundation.

BACKGROUND
The WalMart Foundation has notified Cobb Fire & Emergency Services (CCFES) they wish to make a donation of $1,000.00 to CCFES Fire Station #12. Under the Local Community Contribution Program, the Foundation seeks to make contributions to fire and police facilities located in the communities where WalMart stores are located. This particular donation is from WalMart Neighborhood Market #3116, located at 3372 Canton Road, and management has requested the funds be used specifically to purchase a needed natural gas cooking grill for CCFES Station #12.

FUNDING
Increase revenue: Increase expenditure: 230-130-1000-4920 (Gifts & Donations) 230-130-1000-6258 (Accountable Items) $1,000.00 $1,000.00

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners authorize the acceptance of a donation from the WalMart Foundation, in the amount of $1,000.00, for a natural gas cooking grill for Station 12, and further authorize the corresponding budget transaction. Page 101 of 257

Agenda Item Number. 19

Cobb County Community Development Agency


Rob Hosack, AICP, Director P. O. Box 649 Marietta, Georgia 30061-0649 (770) 528-2125 / fax: (770) 528-2126

Comm. Dist. 1

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Rob Hosack, AICP, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Rob Hosack, AICP, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To authorize for the Chairman to execute a Cancellation of the Deed to Secure Debt given to Cobb County by Circle W Construction, Inc. for improvements in Cobblestone Ridge Community recorded in Deed Book 14918, page 6403, Cobb County Records.

BACKGROUND
Pursuant to Section 110-54 of the Official Code of Cobb County (the Code), Circle W Construction Inc (the Developer), executed a Deed to Secure Debt to Cobb County, dated December 15, 2011, in the amount of $100,000, recorded in Deed Book 14918, page 6403, Cobb County Records, in lieu of posting a maintenance surety bond, letter of credit, or cash bond for the detention pond improvements in Cobblestone Ridge Community. The Deed to Secure Debt was prepared by the County Attorney who assists Community Development. The County made an inspection and on April 19, 2013 approved the sanitary sewer connection and other required detention pond improvements in accordance with Cobb County regulations. Therefore, the obligations of the Developer have been fulfilled and the Deed to Secure Debt given to the County by the Developer should be cancelled of record.

FUNDING
N/A

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Agenda Item Number. 19

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners authorize the Chairman to execute a Cancellation of the Deed to Secure Debt given to Cobb County by Circle W Construction, Inc, for improvements in Cobblestone Ridge Community recorded in Deed Book 14918, page 6403, Cobb County Records.

ATTACHMENTS
Cancellation of Deed to Secure Debt

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Cross Reference Deed Book 14918, Page 6403, Cobb County Records

CANCELLATION OF DEED TO SECURE DEBT STATE OF GEORGIA COUNTY OF COBB The improvements/debt secured by that certain Deed to Secure Debt (Deed), whose parties, dates and recording information are referenced below, and which was filed of record at the office of the Clerk (Clerk) of the Superior Court of Cobb County, Georgia, has been completed/paid in full. The undersigned being the current grantee or holder of the Deed, does hereby reconvey, without warranty, to the person or persons legally entitled thereto, the estate, title, and interest now held by the Grantee or holder of said Deed, and hereby authorizes and directs the Clerk to cancel the deed of record pursuant to O.C.G.A. 44-14-4. Original Grantor: Original Grantee: Dated: Recorded: CIRCLE W. CONSTRUCTION, INC. COBB COUNTY, GEORGIA December 15, 2011 February 9, 2012; Deed Book 14918, page 6403

In witness whereof, the undersigned has set his/her hand this _____ day of ___________, 2013. COBB COUNTY, GEORGIA By:___________________________________ TIM LEE, CHAIRMAN _______________________ Unofficial Witness

_______________________ Notary Public

My commission expires: _________________

Notary Seal When recorded return to: COBB COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ATTENTION: ROB HOSACK P. O. Box 649 Marietta, GA 30061-0649

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Agenda Item Number. 20

Cobb County Community Development Agency


Rob Hosack, AICP, Director P. O. Box 649 Marietta, Georgia 30061-0649 (770) 528-2125 / fax: (770) 528-2126

Comm. Dist. 2

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Rob Hosack, AICP, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Rob Hosack, AICP, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To review, in accordance with Section 6-90 of the Alcoholic Beverage Ordinance, a summary of the appeal hearing conducted by the License Review Board for Noble-Interstate Management Group, LLC, doing business as, Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria, 3595 Cumberland Blvd., Atlanta, Georgia 30339, Fouad Faraj, licensee.

BACKGROUND
On May 9, 2000, the Alcoholic Beverage Ordinance was amended to provide for the Board of Commissioners to review a summary of appeal hearings approved by the License Review Board when distance restrictions are waived for the issuance of alcoholic beverage licenses and to affirm the decision of the License Review Board or place this matter before the Board of Commissioners. On March 21, 2013 the application for the Cobb County, Liquor, Beer, Wine, and Sunday Sales Pouring Licenses for Noble-Interstate Management Group, LLC, doing business as, Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria was originally denied by the Business License Division Manager. The location of Noble-Interstate Management Group, LLC, doing business as, Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria, 3595 Cumberland Blvd., Atlanta, Georgia 30339, does not meet the distance restrictions to a park. The appeal of Noble-Interstate Management Group, LLC, doing business as, Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria was heard before the License Review Board on April 25, 2013. After considering all testimony and evidence presented during the hearing and the online questionnaire the License Review Board recommended approval of the application for Cobb County Liquor, Beer, Wine, Sunday Sales Pouring Licenses for NobleInterstate Management Group, LLC, doing business as, Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria.

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Agenda Item Number. 20

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners affirm the decision of the License Review Board, following the review of the attached summary of the appeal hearing of April 25, 2013 for Noble-Interstate Management Group, LLC, doing business as, Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria.

ATTACHMENTS
Summary of April 25, 2013 Appeal hearing Copy of online questionnaire Survey

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Summary of Appeal Hearing before the Cobb County License Review Board for Noble-Interstate Management Group, LLC, doing business as, Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria, located at 3595 Cumberland Boulevard, Atlanta, Georgia 30339, Fouad Faraj, licensee. On April 25, 2013 the hearing was conducted in the bid room located at 1772 County Services Parkway, Marietta, Georgia 30008. License Review Board Chairperson Judy Skeel began the hearing by reading the agenda item. All witnesses were given the oath by License Review Board attorney Sam Hensley, Jr. Mike Sard, attorney for Noble-Interstate Management Group, LLC, doing business as, Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria, stated that the licensee, Fouad Faraj, was present to testify. Mr. Sard stated that the Business License Division denied the Hyatt House Cumberland-Gallerias alcohol license because the Bob Callan Trail of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation area is within 600 feet of the proposed entrance of Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria. Mr. Sard stated that the distance requirement to the park was the only reason for denial. Mr. Sard asked Mr. Foster if he had received any objection to this application. Mr. Foster responded that there were no objections received regarding this application. Mr. Sard provided the License Review Board with the definition of a park and stated that it was his opinion that this was not a park. Mr. Sard stated to the License Review Board that his evidence would prove sufficient for the License Review Board to waive the distance restriction as provided in Section 6-125 of the Cobb County Code of Ordinances even if they determined that the Bob Callan Trail of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation area was a park. Mr. Sard stated that issuing the alcohol license to Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria would not have an adverse affect on the park. Mr. Sard provided to the License Review Board aerial pictures of the location of Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria and the surrounding area. Mr. Sard pointed out that that the hotel is located at I-75 and Cumberland Boulevard and that Cumberland Boulevard runs between the hotel and the park. Mr. Sard referred to the online questionnaire in reference to the hotels policies and procedures in reference to alcohol sales. Mr. Faraj stated that he has been in the hotel industry for 26 years and has served as the licensee at other hotels in Cobb County and has never had an alcohol violation. Mr. Faraj stated that Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria is an extended stay facility that offers efficiency living quarters including miniature kitchens. Mr. Faraj stated that Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria caters to customers that are in town for extended periods of time for business and families in transition moving from one place to another. Mr. Faraj stated that alcohol would be served at the bar inside the restaurant at the hotel. Mr. Faraj stated that alcohol would not be visible from the exterior of the hotel and there would be no advertising of alcohol on the premises. Mr. Faraj stated that alcohol would be available for on premise consumption only. Mr. Faraj stated that alcohol would not be removed from the premise of the hotel.

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Page 2 Noble-Interstate Management Group, LLC-d/b/a-Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria Summary of Appeal Hearing, April 25, 2013 Mike Sard summarized the evidence presented to the License Review Board. Mr. Sard reiterated that Cumberland Boulevard runs between the location of the hotel and the park. Additionally, Mr. Sard argued that Bob Callan Trail of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation area is not a park as defined in the Cobb County Code of Ordinances. License Review Board member Eddie Canon informed Mr. Sard that Paces Mill Park is in fact a park. Mr. Canon explained that Bob Callan Trail of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation area is a linear park and the Bob Callan Trail is considered the play area for recreational purposes. Mr. Sard stated that the operation of the hotel with an alcohol license would not have an adverse effect on the park and there would be no alcohol taken from the hotel to the park. Mr. Sard stated that evidence had been presented to the License Review Board to waive the distance restrictions for Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria. After considering all evidence and testimony presented and after considering the online questionnaire completed by the applicant, and pursuant to a motion by Eddie Canon and a second by Jim Pehrson the License Review Board recommended approval of the liquor, beer, wine, and Sunday pouring license for Noble-Interstate Management Group, LLC, doing business as, Hyatt House Cumberland-Galleria. The License Review Board voted 5-0 in favor of this motion.

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COBB COUNTY BUSINESS LICENSE


P.O. Box 649 Marietta, Georgia 30061-0649 phone: (770) 528-8410 fax: (770) 528-8414 Email: businesslicense@cobbcounty.org Business License Division Manager

Paul Foster

Cobb County License Review Board


FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN APPROVAL/DENIAL OF A COBB COUNTY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSE DENIED AS A RESULT OF DISTANCE RESTRICTION QUESTIONS FOR THE LICENSEE

License Number: ALC000540

Licensee: FOUAD FARAJ

1. What was the distance in feet that caused denial of the alcohol license? Section 6-125 of the Cobb County Code of Ordinances - 600` required. Distance to nearest park is allegedly 425`. 2. Was it to a church, school, park, library, residence, or liquor store? Park. 3. Are there other establishments in the area that have been granted an alcohol license? If so, how far are they from the proposed location? No. 4. Is there opposition to the application and if so what is their opposition and have you spoken to the oppositon? None known. 5. Have you owned or worked in an establishment that sold/served alcoholic beverages? Yes 6. Have you ever violdated any Federal Law, State Law, or local ordinance regulating the sale of alcohol? No 7. Is issuing the alcohol license going to have an adverse effect on the the property value of the church, school, park, library or residence? No 8. Is issuing the alcohol license going to have an adverse effect on the property values of the community in the area? No 9. Is issuing the alcohol license going to have an adverse effect on the quality of life of the community? No

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10. Is issuing the alcohol license going to have and adverse effect on the operation of the church, school, park, or library? No 11. What type of business will be operating at this location? Hotel. 12. What type of training do you have in place for your employees? Training for Intervention Procedures (TIPS). 13. What is your policy on when to check ID prior to the sale of alcohol? Identiciation is required from all persons who wish to purchase alcoholic beverages. 14. When ID is requested, what are your employees trained to look for? Confirm that: 1) the guest does not appear to be intoxicated; 2) Document presented is an unaltered drivers license, state identification card, passport or military identification; 3) Document is unexpired; 4) Document includes photograph matching the customer; 5) Document includes physical description matching the customer; 6) Customers date of birth evidences that the customer is more than twenty one (21) years of age; 7) Document is neither the old version under 21 Georgia drivers license (red outline; red date of birth; states Under 21) nor the new version of the under 21 Georgia drivers license (vertical identification card; states Under 21). 15. What written policies and procedures are in place for the establishment? TIPS procedures. Interstate Hotels Alcoholic Beverage Policy. Portions of the TIPS procedures were included with the application. 16. Were the written policies provided with the application? Yes 17. What type of menu does the establishment have? Soups, salads, sandwiches, chicken, beef, pasta, fruits, cupcakes, cake, etc. 18. Was the menu submitted with the application? Yes 19. What percentage of the food and alcohol sales will be from the sale of food? 76% (approximately) 20. What percentage of the stores total sales, where your application is seeking a package license, is from alcohol sales? .875% (approximately) 21. What are the hours of operation of the business? 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year. 22. Are there cameras in the establishment?

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Yes 23. How many cameras? 9 24. How often are they reviewed? After any incidents such as missing items, theft or investigation of staff compliance with company policies. 25. Why are they reviewed? For the above described incidents. 26. How long is the video maintained? 30 days. 27. Is the establishment going to have live entertainment? No 28. Is the establishment going to have a disc jockey? No 29. Is the establishment going to have a dance floor? No 30. What assurance can you provide the LRB that you and your employees will not sell/provide alcohol in violation of State or County Law. Staff and management are trained prior to the expiration of their TIPS certification (TIPS certification is valid for 3 years) in responsible alcohol sales and service. Noble Interstate Management Group, LLC has never had an alcohol violation for any of its hotels in Georgia. Any violation of company policy by an employee regarding the sale of alcoholic beverages will result in termination of the employee. 31. Why should the LRB grant the alcohol license? With the exception of compliance with Cobb County Code of Ordinances Section 6-125, Applicant is entitled to receive this license as a matter of right having otherwise complied with all requirements of the Cobb County Code of Ordinances. Pursuant to Cobb County Code of Ordinances Section 6-125, applicant shall demonstrate that no adverse effect to property values of the subject park and no adverse effect on the use of the park will occur if an alcohol license is granted. Alternatively, Applicant contends that the subject park is not a "park" as such term is defined is Cobb County Code of Ordinances Section 6-1 and therefore, because the subject property complies with the requirements of Section 6-125, Applicant is entitled to issuance of its alcohol license. 32. What evidence can you provide the LRB that you and your employees understand State and County law regarding the sale and service of alcohol? Upon completion of responsible alcohol sales and service training, each employee file includes confirmation that the employee has passed the training program. Also, each employee file is updated to track when the employee has obtained his or her TIPS recertification. Each employee file also includes the written agreement from the employee that he or she will comply with all company policies.

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32. What evidence can you provide the LRB that you and your employees understand State and County law regarding the sale and service of alcohol? Upon completion of responsible alcohol sales and service training, each employee file includes confirmation that the employee has passed the training program. Also, each employee file is updated to track when the employee has obtained his or her TIPS recertification. Each employee file also includes the written agreement from the employee that he or she will comply with all company policies. 33. Do you take responsibility for the actions of your employees and any violations that the employees may commit? Yes. 34. Are there any consequences to the employee for violations of State law or county ordinances? Yes 35. What are the consequences? Termination from employment. 36. How many employees will the establishment have? 38 37. How often will they be retrained? Every 3 years in accordance with TIPS standards. 38. Will you implement a secret shopper program? Yes 39. What consequences will there be if an employee fails to comply with procedures? Termination from employment. 40. If an application is being made for a convenience store, grocery store, or liquor package store, will the cash register require submittal of the Date of Birth of the customer prior to an alcohol sale? NA 41. Is there an override option? No 42. Does the cash register or point of sale system track alcohol sales? NA

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43. Does the cash register or point of sale system track alcohol sales? Yes 44. Does the cash register or point of sale system track when they were sold? Yes 45 Does the cash register or point of sale system track by whom they were sold? Yes 46. Does the cash register or point of sale system track if ID was checked? No 47. Does the cash register or point of sale system track the Date of Birth prior to the sale of alcohol? No

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Agenda Item Number. 21

Cobb County Community Development Agency


Rob Hosack, AICP, Director P. O. Box 649 Marietta, Georgia 30061-0649 (770) 528-2125 / fax: (770) 528-2126

Comm. Dist. 3

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Rob Hosack, AICP, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Rob Hosack, AICP, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To review, in accordance with Section 6-90 of the Alcoholic Beverage Ordinance, a summary of the appeal hearing conducted by the License Review Board for Wal-Mart Stores East, LP, doing business as, Walmart Market #3116, 3372 Canton Rd., Suite 142, Marietta, Georgia 30066, Derrick Lawman, licensee.

BACKGROUND
On May 9, 2000, the Alcoholic Beverage Ordinance was amended to provide for the Board of Commissioners to review a summary of appeal hearings approved by the License Review Board when distance restrictions are waived for the issuance of alcoholic beverage licenses and to affirm the decision of the License Review Board or place this matter before the Board of Commissioners. On March 21, 2013 the application for the Cobb County, Beer, Wine, and Sunday Sales Package Licenses for Wal-Mart Stores East, LP, doing business as, Walmart Market #3116 was originally denied by the Business License Division Manager. The location of Wal-Mart Stores East, LP, doing business as, Walmart Market #3116, 3372 Canton Rd., Suite 142, Marietta, Georgia 30066, does not meet the distance restrictions to two churches. The appeal of Wal-Mart Stores East, LP, doing business as, Walmart Market #3116 was heard before the License Review Board on April 25, 2013. After considering all testimony and evidence presented during the hearing and the online questionnaire the License Review Board recommended approval of the application for Cobb County Beer, Wine, and Sunday Sales Package Licenses for Wal-Mart Stores East, LP, doing business as, Walmart Market #3116.

FUNDING
N/A
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Agenda Item Number. 21

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners affirm the decision of the License Review Board, following the review of the attached summary of the appeal hearing of April 25, 2013 for Wal-Mart Stores East, LP, doing business as, Walmart Market #3116.

ATTACHMENTS
Summary of April 25, 2013 Appeal hearing Copy of the online questionnaire Survey

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Summary of Appeal Hearing before the Cobb County License Review Board for Wal-Mart Stores East, LP, doing business as, Walmart Market #3116, located at 3372 Canton Road, Suite 142, Marietta, Georgia 30066, Derrick Lawman, licensee. On April 25, 2013 the hearing was conducted in the bid room located at 1772 County Services Parkway, Marietta, Georgia 30008. License Review Board Chairperson Judy Skeel began the hearing by reading the agenda item. All witnesses were given the oath by License Review Board attorney Sam Hensley, Jr. Mike Sard, attorney for Wal-Mart Stores East, LP, doing business as, Walmart Market #3116, stated that Derrick Lawman, the licensee and general manager, and Glen Wilkins, Manager of Public Affairs at Wal-Mart, were present to testify. Mr. Sard stated that the Business License Division denied the Walmart Market #3116s alcohol license because the proposed entrance of Walmart Market #3116 is within 600 feet of the property line of two churches, Christ Worship Center and St. Andrews United Methodist Church. Mr. Sard stated that the distance requirement to the churches was the only reason for denial. Mr. Sard asked Mr. Foster if he had received any objection to this application. Mr. Foster responded that there were no objections received regarding this application. Mr. Sard stated to the License Review Board that his evidence would prove sufficient for the License Review Board to waive the distance restriction as provided in Section 6-125 of the Cobb County Code of Ordinances. Mr. Sard stated that issuing the alcohol license to Walmart Market #3116 would not have an adverse affect on either of the churches or the property values of the churches. Mr. Sard provided to the License Review Board aerial pictures of the location of Walmart Market #3116 and the surrounding area. Mr. Sard pointed out that several businesses in the surrounding area possess alcoholic beverage licenses. Mr. Sard referred to the online questionnaire in reference to Walmarts policies and procedures in reference to alcohol sales. Mr. Wilkins stated that to his knowledge there have been no alcohol violations at any of the Walmart stores located in Cobb County. Mr. Wilkins stated that Walmart Market #3116 is a 40,000 square foot grocery store that offers one stop shopping for convenience. Mr. Wilkins stated that only 1% of Walmart Market #3116 sales would be from the sale of alcohol. Mr. Wilkins stated that having an alcohol license would be a convenience for Walmarts customers. Mr. Wilkins states that alcohol would not be visible from the exterior of the store and that there is no signage in the store advertising alcohol. Mr. Wilkins stated that in order for a customer to see the alcohol in the store they would have to go to that particular aisle. Mr. Wilkins stated that issuing an alcohol license to Walmart Market #3116 would not have an adverse effect on the churches or the surrounding area. Mr. Wilkins also stated that the issuance of an alcohol license would not increase vehicle traffic or foot traffic. Mr. Wilkins explained that Walmart Markets serve as a fill gap between Walmart Supercenters while still offering convenience to their customers. Mr. Wilkins stated that he was unaware of any opposition from the neighboring churches and that he had not

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Page 2 Wal-Mart Stores East, LP-d/b/a-Walmart Market #3116 Summary of Appeal Hearing, April 25, 2013 contacted the churches because there are existing alcohol licenses in the surrounding area. Mike Sard summarized the evidence provided to the License Review Board. Mr. Sard reiterated that there are several businesses in the surrounding area that possess alcoholic beverage licenses. Mr. Sard stated that granting Walmart Market #3116 an alcoholic beverage licenses would not have an adverse effect on the churches or the property values of the churches. Mr. Sard stated that evidence had been presented to the License Review Board to waive the distance restrictions for Walmart Market #3116. After considering all evidence and testimony presented and after considering the online questionnaire completed by the applicant, and pursuant to a motion by Larry Walker and a second by Eddie Canon the License Review Board recommended approval of the beer, wine, and Sunday package license for Wal-Mart Stores East, LP, doing business as, Walmart Market #3116. The License Review Board voted 5-0 in favor of this motion.

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COBB COUNTY BUSINESS LICENSE


P.O. Box 649 Marietta, Georgia 30061-0649 phone: (770) 528-8410 fax: (770) 528-8414 Email: businesslicense@cobbcounty.org Business License Division Manager

Paul Foster

Cobb County License Review Board


FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN APPROVAL/DENIAL OF A COBB COUNTY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSE DENIED AS A RESULT OF DISTANCE RESTRICTION QUESTIONS FOR THE LICENSEE

License Number: ALC000541

Licensee: DERRICK ANDRE LAWMAN

1. What was the distance in feet that caused denial of the alcohol license? Section 6-125 of the Cobb County Code of Ordinances - 600` required. Actual distance to nearest church is 416`. There is also a second church located less than 600` from the subject property. 2. Was it to a church, school, park, library, residence, or liquor store? Church 3. Are there other establishments in the area that have been granted an alcohol license? If so, how far are they from the proposed location? Good Times Beverage Center, 3300A Canton Road, Marietta GA 30066-2613 (Liquor Store) is approximately 700 feet from the Wal-Mart. Blackwell Chevron, 3349 Canton Road, Marietta, GA 300662612 (beer and wine package) is approximately 700 feet from the Wal-Mart. 4. Is there opposition to the application and if so what is their opposition and have you spoken to the oppositon? None known. As of March 28, 2013, Mr. Paul Foster advised that he was unaware of any opposition to the subject application. 5. Have you owned or worked in an establishment that sold/served alcoholic beverages? Yes 6. Have you ever violdated any Federal Law, State Law, or local ordinance regulating the sale of alcohol? No 7. Is issuing the alcohol license going to have an adverse effect on the the property value of the church, school, park, library or residence? No 8. Is issuing the alcohol license going to have an adverse effect on the property values of the community in the area? No 9. Is issuing the alcohol license going to have an adverse effect on the quality of life of the community?

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No 10. Is issuing the alcohol license going to have and adverse effect on the operation of the church, school, park, or library? No 11. What type of business will be operating at this location? Grocery Store. 12. What type of training do you have in place for your employees? Computer based alcohol awareness training. Copies of the screens from the computer module used for training are included with the alcohol license application. 13. What is your policy on when to check ID prior to the sale of alcohol? Wal-Mart`s Policy is to require valid, lawful identification from all persons who wish to purchase alcoholic beverages who appear to be less than forty (40) years of age. 14. When ID is requested, what are your employees trained to look for? Confirm that: 1) the guest does not appear to be intoxicated; 2) Document presented is an unaltered drivers license, state identification card, passport or military identification; 3) Document is unexpired; 4) Document includes photograph matching the customer; 5) Document includes physical description matching the customer; 6) Customers date of birth evidences that the customer is more than twenty one (21) years of age; 7) Document is neither the old version under 21 Georgia drivers license (red outline; red date of birth; states Under 21) nor the new version of the under 21 Georgia drivers license (vertical identification card; states Under 21); 8) Document does not have smudged printing; 9) Back of document does not state "Novelty Purposes Only" 15. What written policies and procedures are in place for the establishment? Please see application. Please note that the response to Question 6 above assumes that "you" means Derrick Lawman. Wal-Mart Stores East, LP has previously had some of its alcoholic beverage licenses subjected to disciplinary action for violations of state law or local ordinances regulating the sale of alcoholic beverages. However, no such action has previously occurred in establishments regulated by Cobb County, Georgia. 16. Were the written policies provided with the application? Yes 17. What type of menu does the establishment have? No menu. Not a restaurant. 18. Was the menu submitted with the application? No 19. What percentage of the food and alcohol sales will be from the sale of food? Estimated to be 96% food, 4% alcohol. 20. What percentage of the stores total sales, where your application is seeking a package license, is from alcohol sales?
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Approximately 1% 21. What are the hours of operation of the business? 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM Daily. 22. Are there cameras in the establishment? Yes 23. How many cameras? 74 cameras. 24. How often are they reviewed? As needed. See response to Question 25. 25. Why are they reviewed? Cameras are only reviewed when incidents are reported, register shortages occur, review accidents, policy and/or procedure violations. 26. How long is the video maintained? 30 - 45 days. 27. Is the establishment going to have live entertainment? No 28. Is the establishment going to have a disc jockey? No 29. Is the establishment going to have a dance floor? No 30. What assurance can you provide the LRB that you and your employees will not sell/provide alcohol in violation of State or County Law. Staff and management are trained at least annually in responsible alcohol sales and service. WalMart has never had an alcohol violation for any of its stores in unincorporated Cobb County. Any violation of company policy by an employee regarding the sale of alcoholic beverages will result in termination of the employee. 31. Why should the LRB grant the alcohol license? With the exception of compliance with Cobb County Code of Ordinances Section 6-125, Applicant is entitled to receive this license as a matter of right having otherwise complied with all requirements of the Cobb County Code of Ordinances. Pursuant to Cobb County Code of Ordinances Section 6-125, applicant shall demonstrate that no adverse effect to property values of the subject churches and no adverse effect on the use of the churches will occur if an alcohol license is granted. 32. What evidence can you provide the LRB that you and your employees understand State and County law regarding the sale and service of alcohol?

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Upon completion of responsible alcohol sales and service training, each employee file includes confirmation that the employee has passed the training program. Also, each employee file is updated to track when the employee has again passed annual training. Each employee file also includes the written agreement from the employee that he or she will comply with all company policies. 32. What evidence can you provide the LRB that you and your employees understand State and County law regarding the sale and service of alcohol? Upon completion of responsible alcohol sales and service training, each employee file includes confirmation that the employee has passed the training program. Also, each employee file is updated to track when the employee has again passed annual training. Each employee file also includes the written agreement from the employee that he or she will comply with all company policies. 33. Do you take responsibility for the actions of your employees and any violations that the employees may commit? Yes. 34. Are there any consequences to the employee for violations of State law or county ordinances? Yes 35. What are the consequences? Termination from employment. 36. How many employees will the establishment have? 69. 37. How often will they be retrained? Annually. 38. Will you implement a secret shopper program? Yes 39. What consequences will there be if an employee fails to comply with procedures? Termination from employment. 40. If an application is being made for a convenience store, grocery store, or liquor package store, will the cash register require submittal of the Date of Birth of the customer prior to an alcohol sale? No 41. Is there an override option? No

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42. Does the cash register or point of sale system track alcohol sales? N/A. However, when an alcoholic beverage is scanned into the register system, the register asks the cashier, "IS CUST 40? YESNO." If cashier enters "yes," the alcohol transaction continues. If the cashier enters "no," the regisgter prompts "ENTER CUST BIRTHDATE MM/DD/YYYY." Cashier then request identification from guest and the customer`s date of birth is entered into the register. If the customer is 21 years of age or older, the transaction continues. If the customer is less than 21 years of age, the alcohol sale is denied, the register will not authorize the sale and the register states "SALE DENIED CUST. UNDER 21." 43. Does the cash register or point of sale system track alcohol sales? Yes 44. Does the cash register or point of sale system track when they were sold? Yes 45 Does the cash register or point of sale system track by whom they were sold? Yes 46. Does the cash register or point of sale system track if ID was checked? Yes 47. Does the cash register or point of sale system track the Date of Birth prior to the sale of alcohol? Yes

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Agenda Item Number. 22

Cobb County CDBG Program Office


Kimberly Roberts, Director 121 Haynes Street Marietta Marietta, Georgia 30060 (770) 528-1455 / fax: (770) 528-1466 Administered by W. Frank Newton, Inc. An Equal Opportunity Employer Program Management Firm for Cobb County Frank Newton, President Comm. Dist. All

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Kimberly Roberts, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Kimberly Roberts, Director Michael H.S. Hughes, AICP, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To authorize an amendment to Cobb Countys Annual Action Plan for Program Years 2008, 2009, and 2011 to reallocate City of Marietta Community Development Block Grant funds from the Weed & Seed Program, the Franklin Road Boys & Girls Club, and the Fairground North Marietta Parkway Intersection Improvement Project to the City of Mariettas Minor Home Repair Grant Program and the City of Mariettas Lake Street Park Project.

BACKGROUND
The City of Marietta, through the Cobb County CDBG Program Office, proposes to reallocate a total of $34,128.47 in unexpended Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds currently allocated to the Weed & Seed Program ($6,463.00), the Franklin Road Boys & Girls Club ($302.59), and the Fairground North Marietta Parkway Intersection Improvement Project ($27,362.88). The Marietta City Council approved the reallocation of these CDBG funds via Resolution Number 1553 and 1563 on Wednesday, September 12, 2012 and Wednesday, March 6, 2013. The City of Marietta is reallocating these funds because the Weed & Seed Program and the Boys & Girls Club have ceased operations and cannot use the remaining funds. In addition the scope of work for the Citys Fairground North Marietta Parkway Intersection Improvement Project was completed under-budget therefore leaving a remaining balance. These funds will be used to provide housing repairs for low and moderate income homeowners within the City of Marietta and for park improvements to include landscaping and the installation of park benches for the Citys Lake Street Park. This amendment is classified as substantial and warrants a public review meeting and comment period because the funds will be used for a new activity. The public notice was published on Friday, December 14, 2012 and the public review meeting was conducted on Wednesday, January 3, 2013. The public comment period ended on Monday, January 14, 2013. No public comments were received.

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IMPACT STATEMENT
Community Development Block Grant funds have been provided to Cobb County by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the reallocation of these funds is permissible under HUD guidelines. All citizen participation guidelines have been met (public notice and public review meeting). The amount of this reallocation of funds constitutes a substantial amendment. There will be no impact to the General Fund.

FUNDING
The following budget appropriations account for the transfer of the City of Mariettas CDBG Program funds: Transfer From: Transfer To: Transfer From: Transfer To: Transfer From: Transfer To: Transfer From: Transfer To: 280-390-CD08-0005-0296-6574 280-390-CD08-014A-0206-6574 280-390-CD11-005D-0296-6574 280-390-CD11-014A-0206-6574 280-390-CD09-005D-0280-6574 280-390-CD09-014A-0206-6574 280-390-CD08-003K-0311-6574 280-390-CD08-003F-4182-6574 Weed & Seed Minor Home Repair Grant Weed & Seed Service Delivery Minor Home Repair Grant Boys and Girls Club Franklin Road Minor Home Repair Grant Fairground/N Marietta Pkwy Lake Street Park Project Total: $3,069.00 $3,069.00 $3,394.00 $3,394.00 $302.59 $302.59 $27,362.88 $27,362.88 $34,128.47

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners authorize an amendment to Cobb Countys Annual Action Plan for Program Years 2008, 2009, and 2011 to reallocate City of Marietta Community Development Block Grant funds from the Weed & Seed Program, the Franklin Road Boys & Girls Club, and the Fairground North Marietta Parkway Intersection Improvement Project to the City of Mariettas Minor Home Repair Grant Program and the City of Mariettas Lake Street Park Project; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Agenda Item Number. 23

Cobb County CDBG Program Office


Kimberly Roberts, Director 121 Haynes Street Marietta Marietta, Georgia 30060 (770) 528-1455 / fax: (770) 528-1466 Administered by W. Frank Newton, Inc. An Equal Opportunity Employer Program Management Firm for Cobb County Frank Newton, President Comm. Dist. All

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Kimberly Roberts, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Kimberly Roberts, Director Michael H.S. Hughes, AICP, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To authorize the application for and acceptance of grant funds from the Georgia Department of Human Services under the FY14 Community Services Block Grant Program.

BACKGROUND
Each year, Cobb County makes application to the Georgia Department of Human Services (DHS) for CSBG funds to be used by local service agencies to provide human services to eligible Cobb County residents. Grant funds available to Cobb County for FY 2014 total $570,350.70, which represents an estimated decrease of $63,372.30 (10%) from FY 2013 award. Services provided will include employment and training services, GED and literacy programs, housing and shelter for homeless families and individuals, including disabled veterans, health services for homeless clients, and childcare for children of homeless families. Cobb County has received CSBG Grant Program funds since 1988.

IMPACT STATEMENT
The Georgia Department of Human Services (DHS) provides 100% of the funding for eligible CSBG projects. Local service agencies supplement DHS funds with their own resources. No matching funds are required from the County General Fund. In addition, service agencies are notified that no guarantee is provided regarding future funding.
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FUNDING
Funding will be appropriated with the FY 2014 budget adoption.

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners authorize the application for and acceptance of grant funds from the Georgia Department of Human Services (DHS) under the FY14 Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Program; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Agenda Item Number. 24

Cobb County CDBG Program Office


Kimberly Roberts, Director 121 Haynes Street Marietta Marietta, Georgia 30060 (770) 528-1455 / fax: (770) 528-1466 Administered by W. Frank Newton, Inc. An Equal Opportunity Employer Program Management Firm for Cobb County Frank Newton, President Comm. Dist. All

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Kimberly Roberts, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Kimberly Roberts, Director Michael H.S. Hughes, AICP, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To authorize the acceptance of FY12 funds from the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and authorize the allocation of funds to the Grant Fund for program administration carried out by the CDBG Program Office and essential services provided by the Extension.

BACKGROUND
The Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program has awarded $327,665 to organizations providing services in Cobb County, authorized under the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act for use in meeting the need for emergency food and shelter of needy and homeless persons in Cobb County. A total of $6,305.00 will be appropriated for administrative costs, of this amount only $5,608.00 will be utilized by W. Frank Newton, Inc. through the CDBG Program Office for administrative costs. The CDBG Program Office proposes to reallocate remaining funds in the amount of $697.00 to the Extension to provide essential services for low and moderate income persons in Cobb County. Overall EFSP funding will provide approximately 10,000 meals and 23,500 nights of shelter for low-income residents of Cobb County. EFSP funds will be sent directly from Washington, D.C. to each Cobb approved service organization. Again, only the administrative funds will be sent directly or pass through to Cobb County. Emergency Food and Shelter Program funds were allocated late for FY2012 and the Federal Emergency Management Agency extended the deadline to spend the funds to May 31, 2013. Page 131 of 257

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All funds will be spent prior to the May 31, 2013 deadline. WFN Consulting acting through the Cobb County CDBG Program Office, will use administrative funds to: coordinate a local EFSP Advisory Board, which recommends allocation of the service funds among local agencies; conduct a Request For Proposal process which allows all organizations serving eligible Cobb residents to request funding; prepare a local expenditure plan; coordinate a telephone call-in client eligibility information system; monitor the operations of local recipient organizations; and submit required FEMA EFSP reports.

IMPACT STATEMENT
The Federal Emergency Management Agency provides 100% of required funding for the Emergency Food and Shelter Grant Program. Therefore, Cobb County will have no matching obligations under the program.

FUNDING
Funding for the administrative portion only of the grant is necessary with the following budget transactions: Increase Revenues 270-390-G706-4432 (Federal Grants) $6,305.00 Increase Expenditures 270-390-G706-6312 (Contract with W. Frank Newton Inc.) $5,608.00 Increase Expenditures 270-390-G708-6574 (The Extension) $697.00

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners authorize the acceptance of FY12 funds from the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA); authorize the allocation of funds to the Grant Fund, in the amount of $6,305.00, of which $5,608.00 will used for program administration carried out by W. Frank Newton, Inc. through the CDBG Program Office; authorize the reallocation of remaining program funds to the Extension, in the amount of $697.00; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Agenda Item Number. 25

Cobb County Finance Department


Jim Pehrson, CPA, Director/Comptroller 100 Cherokee Street, Suite 400 450 Marietta, Georgia 30090-9610 (770) 528-1503 / fax: (770) 528-1501

Comm. Dist. All

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager James Pehrson, CPA, Director/Comptroller This item has been electronically signed by:
James Pehrson, CPA, Director/Comptroller

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To adopt a resolution adopting all budget amendments set forth in agenda items on this date.

BACKGROUND
Georgia Law, O.C.G.A. 36-81-3 (b), requires each unit of local government to operate under an annual balanced budget adopted by ordinance or resolution. Cobb County Code 2-49 provides for revisions to the adopted budget during the year only by formal action of the commission in a regular meeting. In an official opinion date February 24, 1999, the Attorney General of the State of Georgia concluded that all amendments to the budgets of local governments must be adopted by ordinance at each meeting when the amendments are approved by the Board of Commissioners.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners adopt a resolution adopting all budget amendments set forth in agenda items on this date.

ATTACHMENTS
RESOLUTION
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Resolution

COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

RESOLUTION

ADOPTING ALL BUDGET AMENDMENTS SET FORTH IN AGENDA ITEMS ON THIS DATE

WHEREAS, Georgia Law, O.C.G.A. 36-81-3 (b), requires each unit of government to operate under an annual balanced budget adopted by ordinance or resolution; and WHEREAS, Cobb County Code 2-49 provides for revisions to the adopted budget during the year only by formal action of the commission in a regular meeting; and WHEREAS, in official opinion date February 24, 1999, the Attorney General of the State of Georgia concluded that all amendments to the budgets of local government must be adopted by ordinance or resolution; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED the Cobb County Board of Commissioners does hereby adopt all such budget amendments as are set forth in agenda items which are adopted by the Board of Commissioners without change this date, as well as other such budget amendments as shall be specifically detailed in motions adopted by the Board of Commissions this date.

This 14th of May 2013

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Agenda Item Number. 26

Cobb County Emergency Management Agency


140 North Marietta Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30060

Comm. Dist. All

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager David Hankerson, County Manager/Emergency Management Director This item has been electronically signed by:
David Hankerson, County Manager/Emergency Management Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve the Metro Atlanta Urban Area Security Initiatives Memorandum of Understanding regarding Department of Homeland Security grant funding awarded to Cobb Emergency Management Agency (Grant Year 2010 and 2011).

BACKGROUND
In July 2012, the Cobb Emergency Management Agency (CEMA) submitted a funding application to the Metro Atlanta Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) for Department of Homeland Security Grant Year 2010 and 2011 funds to support the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). At the national level, the mission of the Citizen Corps is to harness the power of every individual through education, training, and volunteer service to make communities safer, stronger and better prepared to respond to the threats of terrorism, crime, public health issues and disasters of all kinds. CERT training promotes a partnering effort between emergency services and the people they serve. The goal is for emergency personnel to train members of neighborhoods, community organizations or workplaces in basic response skills. In February 2013, CEMA was notified by Metro Atlanta UASI that $108,750.00 worth of supplies and equipment would be awarded for the CERT program. All equipment and supplies will be purchased by Metro Atlanta UASI as a donation in accordance to the budget worksheet previously submitted that were necessary to support the CERT program.

IMPACT STATEMENT
There is no Cobb County match required to accept the equipment and supplies. Accepting the equipment and supplies will provide additional support of this excellent community outreach and training program

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at no expense to Cobb County.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
For the Board of Commissioners to approve the Metro Atlanta Urban Area Security Initiative Memorandum of Understanding, which includes the acceptance of equipment and supplies, and authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

ATTACHMENT Memorandum of Understanding to be provided under separate cover.

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Agenda Item Number. 27

Cobb County County Clerk's Office


Candace W. Ellison, CCC, County Clerk 100 Cherokee Street, Suite 355 Marietta, Georgia 30090-9605 (770) 528-3307 / fax: (770) 528-3325

Comm. Dist. All

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Candace Ellison, County Clerk This item has been electronically signed by:
Candace Ellison, County Clerk

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve the minutes of the following meetings: April 22, 2013 - Agenda Work Session April 23, 2013 - Special Called Meeting/Work Session April 23, 2013 - Regular Meeting of the Board

ATTACHMENTS
Agenda Work Session minutes Special Called/Meeting Work Session minutes Regular Meeting minutes

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MINUTES OF AGENDA WORK SESSION COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 22, 2013 9:00 A.M.

Upon notice duly advertised, the Cobb County Board of Commissioners attended an Agenda Work Session on Monday, April 22, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. in the 3rd floor conference room, 100 Cherokee Street, Marietta, Georgia, for the purpose of receiving information and participating in discussion regarding the April 23, 2013 agenda. Present and comprising a quorum of the Board were:

Chairman Tim Lee Vice Chair JoAnn Birrell Commissioner Lisa Cupid Commissioner Helen Goreham Commissioner Bob Ott

No official action was taken by the Board.

ADJOURNMENT The discussion concluded at 9:55 a.m.

_____________________________________ Candace W. Ellison, CCC County Clerk Cobb County Board of Commissioners

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MINUTES OF SPECIAL CALLED MEETING/WORK SESSION COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 1:30 P.M.

The Special Called Meeting/Work Session of the Cobb County Board of Commissioners was held on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at 1:30 p.m. in the second floor public meeting room in the Cobb County Building, 100 Cherokee Street, Marietta, Georgia. Present and comprising a quorum of the Board were: Chairman Tim Lee Commissioner JoAnn Birrell Commissioner Lisa Cupid Commissioner Helen Goreham Commissioner Bob Ott

1.

CALL TO ORDER CHAIRMAN LEE Chairman Lee called the meeting to order at 1:31 p.m.

2.

PUBLIC SERVICES AGENCY Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs 2A. PRESENTATION OF INFORMATION REGARDING LEONE HALL PRICE PARK MASTER PLAN

Mr. Eddie Canon, Director of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs, and Mr. Dave Schwickerath, President of Friends of Price Park, provided information and reviewed the proposed revised Master Plan for Leone Hall Price Park. A copy of the information presented is attached and made a part of these minutes. No official action was taken by the Board. 3. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Planning 3A. PRESENTATION OF PROCLAMATION DESIGNATING THE MONTH OF MAY 2013 AS PRESERVATION MONTH IN COBB COUNTY

Commissioner Goreham read and presented the following proclamation to Ms. Abbie Parks, representing the Historic Preservation Commission, and Ms. Nancy Gadberry, representing Cobb Landmarks and Historical Society, designating the month of May 2013 as Preservation Month in Cobb County: WHEREAS Historic preservation is an effective tool for economic development, heritage tourism, growth management, neighborhood revitalization, fostering local pride and maintaining community character while enhancing livability; and WHEREAS Historic preservation is relevant for all of Cobb County, residents of all ages, all walks of life, and all ethnic backgrounds; and WHEREAS It is important to celebrate the role of history in our lives and the contributions made by dedicated individuals in helping to preserve the tangible aspects of the heritage that has shaped us as a people; and

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MINUTES OF SPECIAL CALLED MEETING/WORK SESSION COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 2 3. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (CONT.) Planning (cont.) 3A. PRESENTATION OF PROCLAMATION DESIGNATING THE MONTH OF MAY 2013 AS PRESERVATION MONTH IN COBB COUNTY (CONT.)

WHEREAS See, Save, Celebrate! is the theme for Georgia Historic Preservation Month, May 2013, cosponsored by the Historic Preservation Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, The Georgia Trust, and other local preservation and neighborhood organizations throughout Georgia; and WHEREAS Georgia Historic Preservation Month provides an opportunity for citizens of all ages and from all walks of life to recognize the important role that historic preservation plays in individual lives and in communities; and WHEREAS Governor Nathan Deal will proclaim May 2013 as Historic Preservation Month and will call upon all citizens to participate; now
THEREFORE We, the Cobb County Board of Commissioners, do hereby proclaim May Preservation Month in Cobb County and call upon residents to recognize the importance of our past and heritage.

This, the 23rd day of April, 2013. Thereafter, Ms. Parks and Ms. Gadberry presented to the Board of Commissioners a copy of book by Douglas M. Frey entitled Marietta The Gem City of Georgia. 3B. PRESENTATION OF INFORMATION REGARDING HISTORIC PRESERVATION EVENTS IN COBB COUNTY TO CELEBRATE PRESERVATION MONTH

Mr. Dana Johnson, Planning Division Manager, Ms. Mandy Elliott, Planner II, and Ms. Nancy Gadberry, Executive Director of Cobb Landmarks and Historical Society, provided information and reviewed a PowerPoint presentation regarding events occurring in Cobb County to celebrate Preservation Month in May 2013. A copy of the information presented is attached and made a part of these minutes. No official action was taken by the Board. 3C. WITHDRAWAL OF REQUEST TO PRESENT THE DRAFT JOHNSON FERRY DESIGN GUIDELINES

The request to present the Draft Johnson Ferry Design Guidelines was withdrawn from this agenda and will be presented at a later date.

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MINUTES OF SPECIAL CALLED MEETING/WORK SESSION COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 3 4. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 4A. PRESENTATION OF QUARTERLY UPDATE REGARDING THE 2011 SPECIAL PURPOSE LOCAL OPTION SALES TAX (SPLOST) PROGRAM

Ms. Faye DiMassimo, Director of Transportation, made introductory comments and began review of a PowerPoint presentation. This was followed by presentations by Ms. Alice Summerour, Chair of the One Percent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax Citizens Oversight Committee, and Mr. Jim Wilgus, City of Marietta Engineer. Thereafter, the following staff members presented updates on implementation of various components and projects within the 2011 SPLOST program: Ms. Faye DiMassimo, Director, Transportation Mr. Eddie Canon, Director, Parks , Recreation and Cultural Affairs Chief Sam Heaton, Fire and Emergency Services Mr. John Reida, Director, Property Management

A copy of the information presented is attached and made a part of these minutes. No official action was taken by the Board.

ADJOURNMENT The meeting was adjourned at 2:40 p.m.

________________________________________ Karen L. King, Assistant County Clerk Cobb County Board of Commissioners

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 7:00 P.M.

The Regular Meeting of the Cobb County Board of Commissioners was held on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the second floor public meeting room in the Cobb County Building, Marietta, Georgia. Present and comprising a quorum of the Board were: Chairman Tim Lee Commissioner JoAnn Birrell Commissioner Lisa Cupid Commissioner Helen Goreham Commissioner Bob Ott

1.

CALL TO ORDER CHAIRMAN LEE Chairman Lee called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m.

2.

RECOGNITION OF RECIPIENTS COMMUNITY AWARDS

OF

THE

2013

CREATING

The Board of Commissioners presented certificates of recognition to each of the following recipients of the 2013 Creating Community Awards: District 1 Good Samaritan Health Center of Cobb District 2 Cobb Interfaith Habitat Coalition of NW Metro Atlanta District 3 Nobis Works District 4 The Mableton Mental Health Collaborative 3. PRESENTATION OF PROCLAMATIONS TO ORGANIZATIONS FOR THE POSITIVE IMPACT THEY HAVE HAD ON THE RESIDENTS IN SOUTHWEST COBB COUNTY

Commissioner Cupid presented the following proclamations to members of the Austell Task Force, the Powder Springs Task Force, and the Mableton Improvement Coalition, in recognition of the positive impact they have had on the residents in southwest Cobb County. Austell Task Force WHEREAS The Austell Community Task Force is an organization made up of 50 south Cobb residents joining together to offer and receive neighborly assistance with the aim of improving the community; and, Established in 2001, the task force has become an umbrella organization over a number of smaller groups that have varying focuses, including community development and enrichment programs for children and families. The taskforce also seeks to inform the public about resources that are available in the area; and, The task forces efforts include encouraging residents to become active in their local schools and community organizations and activities, and encouraging existing quality businesses while attracting new ones to the area; and,

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

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3.

PRESENTATION OF PROCLAMATIONS TO ORGANIZATIONS FOR THE POSITIVE IMPACT THEY HAVE HAD ON THE RESIDENTS IN SOUTHWEST COBB COUNTY (CONT.) Each election year, the task force holds a candidate forum to allow residents to meet the people running for important local offices, such as county commission, school board and the state legislature; now, We, the Cobb County Board of Commissioners, do hereby recognize the Austell Community Task Forces commitment to improving the community and express our appreciation to its members for their continuing dedication. This, the 23rd day of April, 2013.

WHEREAS

THEREFORE

Powder Springs Task Force WHEREAS The Powder Springs Community Taskforce (PSCT) was established by concerned residents and community leaders to create and maintain a movement that empowers families, strengthens communities and engages youth to be committed in making a difference in communities; and Its main goal is to increase the availability of afterschool and weekend activities for youth in the Powder Springs community. Members of the taskforce have worked with Cobb Works, Cobb Collaborative, Cobb County Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Department, Girls, Inc and other community partners to increase community support and participation for the academic programs and school improvement initiatives at two middle schools and one elementary school in Powder Springs; and Members of the taskforce continue to meet monthly and support for the non-profit organization continues to grow from the business community. The taskforce organizes annual events, such as the Backto-School-Bash and Global Youth Service Day, to promote community involvement; and PSCT continues to work with neighborhood organizations to help promote community integration and involvement. This has resulted in an integrated team of caring residents, schools, civic groups and business leaders. Together they have served thousands of school-aged youth by providing solutions, opportunities and resources to enhance the quality of life in the Powder Springs community; now We, the Cobb County Board of Commissioners, do hereby honor the commitment and dedication from the Powder Springs Community Taskforce and its tireless group of volunteers in working to serve the Powder Springs community. This, the 23rd day of April, 2013.

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

THEREFORE

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 3 3. PRESENTATION OF PROCLAMATIONS TO ORGANIZATIONS FOR THE POSITIVE IMPACT THEY HAVE HAD ON THE RESIDENTS IN SOUTHWEST COBB COUNTY (CONT.)

Mableton Improvement Coalition WHEREAS The Mableton Improvement Coalition (MIC) is a membership-based, volunteer civic association working to protect and improve the community of Mableton. It is a Georgia nonprofit corporation, approved by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(4) tax-exempt organization; and, MIC arose from the concerns of neighbors concerning a spate of unsuitable and overly dense zoning applications. In 2005, the coalition became a nonprofit with a board of directors, officers and members; and, The coalition has since broadened its mission to include maintaining the communitys attractiveness to prospective residents and keeping it as a place where current residents want to stay and raise their families; and, Volunteers from the coalition provide holiday gifts to children served by the local Boys and Girls Club, help with quarterly clean-ups under the Adopt-A-Mile program and provide substantial support to Mableton Day, among other activities. The group also holds a candidate forum every election year to help inform the public; now We, the Cobb County Board of Commissioners, do hereby recognize the Mableton Improvement Coalitions dedication to improving the community and thank its members for their continuing commitment. This, the 23rd day of April, 2013. 4. PRESENTATION OF PROCLAMATION DESIGNATING MAY 7, 2013 AS MEALS ON WHEELS DAY IN COBB COUNTY

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

THEREFORE

Commissioner Cupid read and presented the following proclamation to representatives of the Senior Services department, designating May 7, 2013 as Meals on Wheels Day in Cobb County: WHEREAS On March 22, 1972, President Richard Nixon signed into law a measure that amended the Older Americans Act of 1965 and established a national nutrition program for seniors 60 years and older; and It is the mission of Cobb Senior Services to improve the quality of life for older adults and to further provide a core foundation of supports to improve and maintain health, wellness and independence in later life which allows older individuals to remain independent, at home and in the Cobb community; and Adequate nutrition plays an integral role in keeping adults healthy and independent as they age; can prevent hunger, malnutrition, reduce the risk of and presence of chronic diseases and related disabilities, maintain the immune system and support better mental and physical health; and

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

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4.

PRESENTATION OF PROCLAMATION DESIGNATING MAY 7, 2013 AS MEALS ON WHEELS DAY IN COBB COUNTY (CONT.) Several million older adults in the U.S. lack access to the food needed to sustain health and reduce the risk of disability and Georgia has the seventh highest rate of food insecurity; and Cobb Senior Services has served the nutritional needs of the older adults in Cobb County since 1972, assigns a care manager to every individual, assesses their nutritional risk and needs for community support, and has dedicated volunteers who deliver approximately 200 meals daily through the Meals on Wheels Program; and Delivery of the meals also provides the needed human touch which effectively combats loneliness and isolation and provides a way to maintain a daily watch on the status of Meals on Wheels recipients in Cobb County; and The Cobb Senior Services Meals on Wheels program deserves recognition for the contributions made to Cobb County citizens and in recognition that May is National Older American Month; now We, the Cobb County Board of Commissioners, do hereby proclaim May 7, 2013 as Meals on Wheels Day. In recognition and support of Meals on Wheels Day, we collectively agree to assist in the delivery of meals on selected Meals on Wheels routes and urge every citizen to take time on May 7th to honor the Cobb Senior Services Meals on Wheels program, the seniors who are served, and the volunteers who care for them. This, the 23rd day of April, 2013.

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

THEREFORE

5.

RECOGNITION OF VOLUNTEERS AT SENIOR SERVICES AND PRESENTATION OF SYMBOLIC CHECK REPRESENTING VOLUNTEER HOURS

Commissioner Cupid welcomed Senior Services Program Coordinator, Ms. Shelia Perkins, who presented a symbolic check, in the amount of $465,248.00, which represented the value of volunteer time and non-reimbursed mileage donated to Cobb Senior Services for the 2012 calendar year. 6. PRESENTATION OF PROCLAMATION TO DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC., MARIETTA-ROSWELL ALUMNAE CHAPTER, IN RECOGNITION OF 100 YEARS OF SERVICE

Commissioner Goreham read and presented the following proclamation to representatives of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Marietta-Roswell Alumnae Chapter, in recognition of 100 years of service: WHEREAS Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization comprised of more than 200,000 predominantly black collegeeducated women whose primary purpose is to provide support through program initiatives and public service in local communities around the world. Founded in 1913 by 22 women at Howard University in Washington, D.C., the sorority currently has more than 950 alumnae/collegiate chapters in the U.S., England, Japan, Germany, the Virgin Islands, Bermuda, the Bahamas and the Republic of Korea; and

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PRESENTATION OF PROCLAMATION TO DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC., MARIETTA-ROSWELL ALUMNAE CHAPTER, IN RECOGNITION OF 100 YEARS OF SERVICE (CONT.) For 100 years, Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. members have remained dedicated to the overall mission of promoting academic excellence, providing scholarship assistance, supporting the underserved, educating and stimulating participation in the establishment of public policy and highlighting issues and providing solutions to problems in their communities; and Membership has expanded, making Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. the largest African American Greek-lettered sorority in the world. The organization is committed to the development of programs based on the Five Point Programmatic Thrust established by its founders more than 100 years ago: economic development, educational development, international awareness and involvement, physical and mental health and political awareness and involvement; and The Marietta-Roswell Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. has exemplified the spirit of their founders in their respective roles as educators, advocates, leaders and activists, both professionally and voluntarily. Their efforts have helped improve the quality of life and overall wellbeing of Cobb residents. The chapters mission and programs benefit our community through initiatives such as mentorship programs for underserved youth, scholarship and awards programs, charitable giving at home and abroad, health and wellness seminars, educational and political forums and voter registration campaigns; now We, the Cobb County Board of Commissioners, do hereby congratulate members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. on 100 years of service around the world. We thank the Marietta-Roswell Alumnae Chapter for its continued leadership, support and dedication to making positive impacts on our community. This, the 23rd day of April, 2013.

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

THEREFORE

7.

PRESENTATION OF PROCLAMATION TO THE COBB ALCOHOL TASKFORCE, COBB/DOUGLAS PUBLIC HEALTH WE CAN! PROGRAM AND THE COBB 2020 PARTNERSHIP DESIGNATING THE WEEK OF MAY 12-18, 2013 AS NATIONAL PREVENTION WEEK IN COBB COUNTY

Commissioners Birrell and Ott presented the following proclamation to representatives of the Cobb Alcohol Taskforce, Cobb/Douglas Public Health We Can! program and the Cobb 2020 Partnership, designating the week of May 12-18, 2013 as National Prevention Week in Cobb County: WHEREAS Behavioral health issues such as substance abuse and mental health are prevailing concerns locally and nationally. Research shows that education and outreach are vital in helping youth and the general public understands the risks and costs of behavioral health issues, particularly substance abuse and mental health. Research further shows that prevention programs involving families, schools, communities and the media are effective in reducing substance abuse and promoting mental health, particularly among youth; and

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PRESENTATION OF PROCLAMATION TO THE COBB ALCOHOL TASKFORCE, COBB/DOUGLAS PUBLIC HEALTH WE CAN! PROGRAM AND THE COBB 2020 PARTNERSHIP DESIGNATING THE WEEK OF MAY 12-18, 2013 AS NATIONAL PREVENTION WEEK IN COBB COUNTY (CONT.) The We Can! Program targets parents and caregivers as the primary group for influencing youth and focuses on three important behaviors: improved food choices, increased physical activity and reduced screen time; and The Cobb Alcohol Taskforce is mobilizing residents to reduce underage and youth binge drinking because alcohol is involved in youth injury from accident, addiction, assault, burns, drowning and sexually transmitted disease, and to youth death from car crash, murder and suicide; and The Cobb 2020 Partnership has assessed the current health status of Cobb County and is developing a Health Improvement Plan that will help create significant changes in building a healthier community; and Research shows that creating communities where individuals, families, schools, faith-based organizations, workplaces and other organizations take action to reduce substance abuse and address mental illness have significant effects on improving the overall health and well-being of those communities; and There is a continuing need to inform residents of the roles they can play in the success of prevention strategies, particularly toward reducing substance abuse and promoting mental health in youth. Local community organizations, such as Cobb Alcohol Taskforce, We Can! Cobb and the Cobb 2020 Partnership, are focused on prevention strategies and practices that improve the overall health and well-being of county residents; and The national theme in 2013 for recognizing the role that prevention plays in enhancing behavioral health and well being is Your Voice. Your Choice. Make a Difference. We, the Cobb County Board of Commissioners, do proclaim support for May 12-18, 2013 as National Prevention Week and May 14, 2013 as Underage Drinking Prevention Day; to help raise community awareness and to encourage residents to join with the aforementioned community organizations in promoting prevention as an effective overall strategy to reduce substance abuse and to promote mental health in Cobb County, with particular attention and care for our youth, one of the Countys most valuable resources. This, the 23rd day of April, 2013.

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

THEREFORE

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 7 8. PRESENTATION OF PROCLAMATION TO THE COBB COUNTY BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB DESIGNATING THE MONTH OF APRIL 2013 AS BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB MONTH IN COBB COUNTY

Chairman Lee presented the following proclamation to representatives of the Cobb County Boys and Girls Club, designating the month of April 2013 as Boys and Girls Club Month in Cobb County: WHEREAS The young people of Cobb County, GA are tomorrows leaders. These future leaders need professional youth services to help them reach their full potential; and Boys and Girls Clubs are places where great futures start. They are at the forefront of efforts in academic success, healthy lifestyles, and character & leadership; and The Cobb County Boys and Girls Club organizations provide services to more than 1,300 young people annually; and Boys and Girls Club organizations in our state help ensure that our young people keep off the streets, offering them a safe and supportive place to go and providing them with quality programs; and Cobb County Boys and Girls Club will celebrate National Boys & Girls Club Week, 2013 along with some 4,000 Clubs and more than 4,000,000 young people nationwide; now We, the Cobb County Board of Commissioners, do hereby proclaim the month of April 2013 as Boys and Girls Club Month in Cobb County and encourage residents to join in recognizing and commending the Boys and Girls Club organizations throughout our state for providing comprehensive, effective services to the young people of our communities. This, the 23rd day of April, 2013. 9. PRESENTATION OF BUS OPERATOR OF THE QUARTER AWARD TO A COBB COMMUNITY TRANSIT BUS OPERATOR

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

WHEREAS

THEREFORE

Commissioner Goreham presented the Bus Operator of the Quarter award to Ms. Vanessa Crowell. 10. PUBLIC COMMENT MS. KIM FRYE

Ms. Kim Frye addressed the Board in support of the proposed establishment of a Mental Health Court. 11. PUBLIC COMMENT MR. CRAIG HARFOOT Mr. Craig Harfoot addressed the Board regarding various issues of concern.

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CONSENT AGENDA MOTION: Motion by Birrell, second by Cupid, to approve the following items on the Consent Agenda, with the exception of Item No. 21 (see Item 12U of these minutes) which was withdrawn from this agenda; and authorize execution of the necessary documents by the appropriate County personnel: WATER SYSTEM AGENCY Administration 12A. AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A CONTRIBUTION FROM THE MASTER GARDENER VOLUNTEERS FOR THE WATERSHED STEWARDSHIP PROGRAMS EDUCATIONAL RAIN GARDEN WATER SYSTEM To authorize the acceptance of a contribution from the Master Gardener Volunteers of Cobb County, Inc., in the amount of $925.00, for the Watershed Stewardship Program's Educational Rain Garden; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding will be made available with the following appropriations: Increase Revenue Appropriations: Other Local Revenue 500-500-5100-4506 Increase Expense Appropriations: Landscaping Supplies 500-500-5201-6178 Engineering 12B. APPROVAL OF CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT WITH TIPPINS CONTRACTING CO., INC. FOR MOUNTAIN BREEZE ESTATES AND BIG OAKS SUBDIVISION WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT WATER SYSTEM To approve a construction contract with Tippins Contracting Co., Inc., in the amount of $990,471.00, for Mountain Breeze Estates and Big Oaks Subdivision Water Main Replacement, Program No. W2235; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding is available in the Water Systems Mountain Breeze Estates and Big Oaks Subdivision Water Main Replacement and in the Water System's Asbestos/Cement Water Line Replacements, Adopted CIP Budget for Fund 510, Department 500, Unit 5754, Program No. W2235. Transfer from: Mountain Breeze Estates and Big Oaks Subdivision Water Main Replacement Preliminary Estimates 510-500-5754-8005 W2235-Z $ 560,000.00 Asbestos/Cement Water Line Replacement Preliminary Estimates 510-500-5754-8005 W2055-Z $ 460,741.00 Total $1,020,741.00

$925.00

$925.00

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 9 12. CONSENT AGENDA (CONT.) WATER SYSTEM AGENCY (CONT.) Engineering (cont.) 12B. APPROVAL OF CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT WITH TIPPINS CONTRACTING CO., INC. FOR MOUNTAIN BREEZE ESTATES AND BIG OAKS SUBDIVISION WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT WATER SYSTEM (CONT.) Transfer to: Mountain Breeze Estates and Big Oaks Subdivision Water Main Replacement Construction 510-500-5754-8260 W2235-C $ 990,471.00 Interest Expense on Retainage 510-500-5754-6613 W2235-A $ 4,960.00 Administration 510-500-5754-8205 W2235-A $ 500.00 Materials and Supplies 510-500-5754-8265 W2235-M $ 5,000.00 Contingency 510-500-5754-8810 W2235-T $ 19,810.00 Total $1,020,741.00

12C. APPROVAL OF CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT WITH RAY CAMPBELL CONTRACTING COMPANY, INC. FOR SETTENDOWN TRAIL WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT WATER To approve a construction contract with Ray Campbell Contracting Co., Inc., in the amount of $193,350.00, for Settendown Trail Water Main Replacement, Program No. W2236, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding is available in the Water System's Settendown Trail Water Main Replacement and in the Water System's Asbestos/Cement Water Line Replacements, Adopted CIP Budget for Fund 510, Department 500, Unit 5754, Program No. W2236. Transfer from: Settendown Trail Water Main Replacement Preliminary Estimates 510-500-5754-8005 W2236-Z Asbestos/Cement Water Line Replacement Preliminary Estimates 510-500-5754-8005 W2055-Z Total

$120,000.00

$ 79,700.00 $199,700.00

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CONSENT AGENDA (CONT.) WATER SYSTEM AGENCY (CONT.) Engineering (cont.) 12C. APPROVAL OF CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT WITH RAY CAMPBELL CONTRACTING COMPANY, INC. FOR SETTENDOWN TRAIL WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT WATER (CONT.) Transfer to: Settendown Trail Water Main Replacement Construction 510-500-5754-8260 Interest Expense on Retainage 510-500-5754-6613 Administration 510-500-5754-8205 Materials and Supplies 510-500-5754-8265 Contingency 510-500-5754-8810

W2236-C W2236-A W2236-A W2236-M W2236-T Total

$193,350.00 $ $ $ $ 975.00 500.00 1,000.00 3,875.00

$199,700.00

TRANSPORTATION AGENCY Administration 12D. AUTHORIZATION TO ADVERTISE AND CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING FOR THE PROPOSED CLOSURE AND ABANDONMENT OF SETTLEMENT ROAD TRANSPORTATION To authorize the advertisement for and conduct of a public hearing for the proposed closure and abandonment of Settlement Road, located in Land Lot 892 of the 17th District, 2nd Section, Cobb County, Georgia. 12E. DETERMINATION THAT CIRCUMSTANCES ARE SUCH THAT IT IS NECESSARY TO PROCEED WITH CONDEMNATION PROCEEDINGS BY DECLARATION OF TAKING UNDER O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, ET SEQ. ON TWO PARCELS ON PISGAH ROAD SIDEWALK TRANSPORTATION To determine that circumstances are such that it is necessary to proceed with condemnation proceedings by Declaration of Taking under O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, et seq., authorize the commencement of condemnation proceedings on two parcels on Pisgah Road Sidewalk, Project No. E7010, adopt a Resolution and Order, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.
Parcel 5 Centerstone Development, LLC 400 North Creek Atlanta, Georgia 30327 Parcel 17 Aurora Bank FSB 2617 College Park Scottsbluff, Nebraska 69361

1,129.32 sq. ft. temp. const. easement

228.48 sq. ft. perm. drainage easement 3,359.16 sq. ft. temp const. easement

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CONSENT AGENDA (CONT.) TRANSPORTATION AGENCY (CONT.) Administration (cont.) 12F. DETERMINATION THAT CIRCUMSTANCES ARE SUCH THAT IT IS NECESSARY TO PROCEED WITH CONDEMNATION PROCEEDINGS BY DECLARATION OF TAKING UNDER O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, ET SEQ. ON FIVE PARCELS ON OLD SEWELL ROAD SIDEWALK TRANSPORTATION To determine that circumstances are such that it is necessary to proceed with condemnation proceedings by Declaration of Taking under O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, et seq., authorize the commencement of condemnation proceedings on five parcels on Old Sewell Road Sidewalk, Project No. E7160, adopt a Resolution and Order, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.
Parcel 1 William T. Blamire, Michael Stark 2,206.28 sq. ft. temp. const. easement and Susan B. Stark 340.10 sq. ft. temp driveway easement 2570 Old Sewell Road Marietta, Georgia 30068
Parcel 4 George D. Blevins 88 Regina Drive Marietta, Georgia 30068 Parcel 5 George D. Blevins and Norma Jeanne Blevins 88 Regina Drive Marietta, Georgia 30068 Parcel 8 John C. Call 109 Brookcrest Drive Marietta, Georgia 30068 Parcel 9 Mark Franklin Davis, as trustee of the Mark Franklin Davis Revocable Living Trust 110 Brookcrest Drive Marietta, Georgia 30068 1,725.97 sq. ft. perm. drainage easement 1,448.94 sq. ft. temp. const. easement

345.49 sq. ft. perm. drainage easement 1,832.95 sq. ft. temp. const. easement 953.28 sq. ft. temp. driveway easement

129.54 sq. ft. fee simple right-of-way 1,101.50 sq. ft. temp. const. easement

180.55 sq. ft. fee simple right-of-way 951.73 sq. ft. temp. const. easement

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 12 12. CONSENT AGENDA (CONT.) TRANSPORTATION AGENCY (CONT.) Administration (cont.) 12G. DETERMINATION THAT CIRCUMSTANCES ARE SUCH THAT IT IS NECESSARY TO PROCEED WITH CONDEMNATION PROCEEDINGS BY DECLARATION OF TAKING UNDER O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, ET SEQ. ON ONE PARCEL ON BROOKWOOD DRIVE SIDEWALK TRANSPORTATION To determine that circumstances are such that it is necessary to proceed with condemnation proceedings by Declaration of Taking under O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, et seq., authorize the commencement of condemnation proceedings on one parcel on Brookwood Drive Sidewalk, Project No. E7210, adopt a Resolution and Order, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Parcel 5 Durwood Pierce 1340 Anderson Mill Road Austell, Georgia 30106

217.83 sq. ft. fee simple right-of-way

12H. DETERMINATION THAT CIRCUMSTANCES ARE SUCH THAT IT IS NECESSARY TO PROCEED WITH CONDEMNATION PROCEEDINGS BY DECLARATION OF TAKING UNDER O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, ET SEQ. ON ONE PARCEL ON I-285/ATLANTA ROAD INTERCHANGE TRANSPORTATION To determine that circumstances are such that it is necessary to proceed with condemnation proceedings by Declaration of Taking under O.C.G.A. 32-3-4, et seq., authorize the commencement of condemnation proceedings on one parcel on I-285/Atlanta Road Interchange, State Project No. STP00-0222-01(001), P. I. No. 752300, Cobb County Project No. D4100, adopt a Resolution and Order, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Parcel 7/8 Shelby J. Workman 9790 Huntcliff Trace Atlanta, Georgia 30350

2,729.103 sq. ft. perm. const. easement

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 13 12. CONSENT AGENDA (CONT.) TRANSPORTATION AGENCY (CONT.) Airport 12I. AUTHORIZATION TO SUBMIT A GRANT APPLICATION TO THE GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AVIATION DIVISION FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE NORTH APRON TAXI LANE CONNECTOR PROJECT AND APPROVAL OF SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENTS WITH THE LPA GROUP, INC. FOR DESIGN PLAN UPDATES OF TAXIWAY A AND B IMPROVEMENT PROJECT TRANSPORTATION To authorize the submission of a grant application to the Georgia Department of Transportation Aviation Division for construction of the North Apron Taxilane Connector Project; approve Supplemental Agreement No. 2 to Work Order No. D10 with The LPA Group, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $2,510.00, MIS Contract No. 000492; approve Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to Work Order No. D11 with The LPA Group, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $2,260.00, MIS Contract No. 000493; for design plan updates of the Taxiway A and B Improvement Project at Cobb County AirportMcCollum Field; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding: Federal and local funding is available in the Airport Grant Fund approved budgets for Supplemental Agreement No. 2 and Supplemental Agreement No. 1 as follows: 270-050-G032-6314 270-050-G033-6314 Planning 12J. ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE TRANSPORTATION AGENCY DIRECTOR AS THE CHAIRMANS DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION GRANT AWARDS AND ANNUAL CERTIFICATIONS AND ASSURANCES TRANSPORTATION To adopt a resolution authorizing the Transportation Agency Director as the Chairmans designee to execute Federal Transit Administration (FTA) grant awards and annual Certifications and Assurances; authorize the designation of electronic signature authority to the Transportation Agency Director to execute FTA grant awards and annual Certifications and Assurances for the FTA Transportation Electronic Award and Management (TEAM) process; authorize the designation of electronic signature authority to the Transit Division Manager for the submission of grant applications for the FTA TEAM process; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Copy of said resolution attached and made a part of these minutes. $2,510.00 $2,260.00

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 14 12. CONSENT AGENDA (CONT.) TRANSPORTATION AGENCY (CONT.) Transit 12K. AUTHORIZATION TO PROCURE CURRENCY AND COIN COUNTING/SORTING EQUIPMENT FOR COBB COMMUNITY TRANSIT TRANSPORTATION To authorize the procurement of currency and coin counting/sorting equipment, to include associated extended warranties and annual maintenance agreements, in an amount not to exceed $50,000.00, for Cobb Community Transit, and further authorize the corresponding budget transactions. Funding: Purchase of the currency and coin counting/sorting equipment is reimbursable through Section 5307 Grant No. GA-90-X303. The Federal funding and local share for the Cobb Community Transit equipment has previously been approved and appropriated to the project budget and is available in the Transit Capital Fund with the following internal budget transfers: Transfer from: 202-050-4864-8005 (Preliminary Estimate) Transfer to: 202-050-4864-6258 (Accountable Items) 202-050-4864-6491 (Maintenance Contract) 202-050-4864-8490 (Equipment) SUPPORT SERVICES AGENCY Information Services 12L. AUTHORIZATION TO UPGRADE THE COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK SERVING SENIOR SERVICES FACILITIES INFORMATION SERVICES To authorize upgrades to the communications network serving Senior Services facilities; authorize the purchase of equipment and installation services, in an amount not to exceed $46,886.00; and further authorize the corresponding budget transactions. Funding for the one-time implementation expenditures is available with the following budget transfer from the Reserves previously established for Contingency Planning for Unsustainable Reductions as follows: Transfer from: 010-015-0145-8852 (Reserves-Contingency) Transfer to: 010-035-0400-8410 (Equipment) 010-035-0400-6386 (Electrical work)

$50,000.00

$ 5,500.00 $ 5,500.00 $39,000.00

$46,886.00

$28,886.00 $18,000.00

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 15 12. CONSENT AGENDA (CONT.) SUPPORT SERVICES AGENCY (CONT.) Property Management 12M. APPROVAL OF SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 1 (FINAL) TO THE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT WITH CABLIK ENTERPRISES, INC. FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUNDED ADA FY11 RENOVATIONS PROJECT AT HURT ROAD PARK - PROPERTY MANAGEMENT To approve Supplemental Agreement No. 1 (final) to the construction contract with Cablik Enterprises, Inc., in the deductive amount of $6,964.45, for the Community Development Block Grant funded ADA FY11 Renovation Project at Hurt Road Park; de-commit $30,000.00 in unused contingency and $4,900.00 in unused testing allowances; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding: Closeout GAE 055280062612515 12N. APPROVAL OF CONTRACT WITH MORELAND ALTOBELLI ASSOCIATES, INC. FOR DESIGN SERVICES FOR THE CUSTOMS INSPECTION FACILITY AT COBB COUNTY AIRPORT-MCCOLLUM FIELD AND AUTHORIZATION TO PROCURE ADDITIONAL SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - PROPERTY MANAGEMENT To approve a contract with Moreland Altobelli Associates, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $45,670.00, for design services for the Customs Inspection Facility at Cobb County Airport-McCollum Field; authorize the procurement of additional specialized professional services, in an amount not to exceed $13,000.00, as required; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding: Appropriate receipt of revenue from Atlanta Executive Jet Center, LLC, to the Capital Projects Fund as follows: Increase Revenue Appropriation: 380-050-4620-4918 $58,670.00 $58,670.00

Increase Expenditure Appropriation: 380-050-4620-8120

12O. APPROVAL OF SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 5 AND CHANGE ORDER NO. 3 TO THE CONTRACT WITH CRS BUILDING CORPORATION FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW MOBILITY CENTER AT 431 COMMERCE PARK DRIVE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT To approve Supplemental Agreement No. 5, in an amount not to exceed $40,939.89 and Change Order No. 3, in an amount not to exceed $33,367.96, to the contract with CRS Building Corporation for construction of the new Mobility Center at 431 Commerce Park Drive; Project No. 4832, MIS Contract No. 000549; authorize the corresponding budget transaction; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 16 12. CONSENT AGENDA (CONT.) SUPPORT SERVICES AGENCY (CONT.) Property Management (cont.) 12O. APPROVAL OF SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 5 AND CHANGE ORDER NO. 3 TO THE CONTRACT WITH CRS BUILDING CORPORATION FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW MOBILITY CENTER AT 431 COMMERCE PARK DRIVE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT (CONT.) Funding: Available in the Transit Divisions approved Capital Projects Fund with the following budget transfer: Transfer from: 202-050-4832-8005 (Preliminary Estimate) Transfer to: 202-050-4832-8125 (Construction-New Bldgs.) Increase GAE 202041012510: 202-050-4832-8125 (Construction Bldg.) PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCY Police 12P. AUTHORIZATION TO APPLY FOR AND ACCEPT DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM FUNDS PASSED THROUGH THE GEORGIA EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY TO ENHANCE HOMELAND SECURITY POLICE To authorize the application for and acceptance of Department of Homeland Security funds passed through the Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA), in an amount not to exceed $45,420.00; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding: Increase revenue: 270-130-GR48-4493 (GEMA) Increase expense: 270-130-GR48-8481 (Security Equipment) 270-130-GR48-6207 (Safety Equipment)

$74,307.85

$74,307.85

$74,307.85

$45,420.00

$22,800.00 $22,620.00

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 17 12. CONSENT AGENDA (CONT.) PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCY (CONT.) Fire and Emergency Services 12Q. AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A GRANT RENEWAL AWARD FROM THE COBB-DOUGLAS BOARDS OF HEALTH - FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES: To authorize the acceptance of a grant renewal award from the CobbDouglas Boards of Health, in the amount of $17,241.89, for ongoing expenses related to cellular telephones to be used for prevention, planning, and response to acts of terrorism and weapons of mass destruction; approve a Letter of Agreement to effectuate same; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding: Increase revenue: 270-130-G280-4506 (Other Local Revenue) Increase expenditure: 270-130-G280-6385 (Portable Phone Services) COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY Planning Division 12R. ADOPTION OF ANNEXATION RESPONSE PER HB489 INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AND HB2 REGARDING THREE PARCELS FOR THE CITY OF KENNESAW - PLANNING DIVISION To adopt response per HB489 Intergovernmental Agreement and HB2 regarding three parcels: Parcel 12 located at 3027 Cobb Parkway, Land Lot 125, 20th District, 2nd Section; Parcel 18 located at 3017 North Cobb Parkway Land Lot 125, 20th District, 2nd Second; Parcel 11 located at 3047 Cobb Parkway, Land Lot 125, 20th District, 2nd Section for the City of Kennesaw. Copy of said response attached and made a part of these minutes. 12S. ADOPTION OF ANNEXATION RESPONSE PER HB489 INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AND HB2 REGARDING .30 ACRES BEING KNOWN AS 2761 MATHEWS STREET FOR THE CITY OF SMYRNA - PLANNING DIVISION To adopt response per HB489 Intergovernmental Agreement and HB2 regarding land use known as land use known as Land Lot 632, 17th District, 0.30 acres as being known as 2671 Mathews Street for the City of Smyrna. Copy of said response attached and made a part of these minutes.

$17,241.89

$17,241.89

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 18 12. CONSENT AGENDA (CONT.) COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CONT.) Planning Division (cont.) 12T. ADOPTION OF ANNEXATION RESPONSES PER HB489 INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AND HB2 REGARDING ISLAND ANNEXATION OF PROPERTIES FOR THE CITY OF ACWORTH - PLANNING DIVISION To adopt response per HB489 Intergovernmental Agreement and HB2 Island Annexation of Properties located at Land Lot 48, Parcels: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 16, 17, 19, 24, 25, 26, 31, 32, 34, 36, 39, 43, 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, and 65; Land Lot 49, Parcels: 1, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 26, 28, 30, 35, and 62; Land Lot 50, Parcels: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 235, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 245, 246, 248, 249, 250, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 269, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 280, 281, 282, 283, and 284; Land Lot 51, Parcels: 2 and 3; Land Lot 65, Parcels: 3 and 4; Land Lot 66, Parcels: 2, 3, 98, and 333; Land Lot 67, Parcels: 4, 8, 12, 13, 14, 20, 21, and 23 of the 20th District, 2nd Section of Cobb County, Georgia for the City of Acworth. Copy of said response attached and made a part of these minutes. Business License Division 12U. WITHDRAWAL OF REQUEST FOR AFFIRMATION OF DECISION BY THE LICENSE REVIEW BOARD REGARDING ALDI, INC. D/B/A ALDI #68, MATTHEW CONINE, LICENSEE BUSINESS LICENSE DIVISION The request for affirmation of the decision by the License Review Board regarding Aldi, Inc., d/b/a as Aldi #68, 2125 Roswell Road, Suite 30, Marietta, Georgia, Matthew Conine, licensee, was withdrawn from this agenda. 12V. AFFIRMATION OF DECISION BY THE LICENSE REVIEW BOARD TO APPROVE THE ALCOHOL PERMIT FOR MR. CHRISTOPHER RYAN - BUSINESS LICENSE DIVISION To affirm the March 28, 2013 decision by the License Review Board to approve the alcohol permit for Mr. Christopher Ryan. 12W. AFFIRMATION OF DECISION BY THE LICENSE REVIEW BOARD TO APPROVE THE ALCOHOL PERMIT FOR MR. EDWARD EHLERS - BUSINESS LICENSE DIVISION To affirm the March 28, 2013 decision by the License Review Board to approve the alcohol permit for Mr. Edward Ehlers. 12X. AFFIRMATION OF DECISION BY THE LICENSE REVIEW BOARD TO APPROVE THE BEER, WINE, AND SUNDAY SALES PACKAGE LICENSES FOR RACETRAC PETROLEUM, INC., D/B/A RACETRAC, ERIC RITTER, LICENSEE - BUSINESS LICENSE DIVISION To affirm the March 28, 2013 decision by the License Review Board to approve the Beer, Wine, and Sunday Sales Package Licenses for Racetrac Petroleum, Inc., doing business as Racetrac, 4335 Bells Ferry Road, Kennesaw, Georgia, Eric Ritter, licensee.

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CONSENT AGENDA (CONT.) ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Economic Development CDBG 12Y. AUTHORIZATION TO AMEND THE GEORGIA URBAN COUNTY CONSORTIUM PROGRAM YEARS 1999 AND 2008 PLAN TO REALLOCATE PROGRAM FUNDS TO THE MARIETTA HOUSING AUTHORITY TO BE USED FOR ITS DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM CDBG To authorize an amendment to the Georgia Urban County Consortium Program Years 1999 and 2008 to reallocate program funds to the Marietta Housing Authority to be used for its down-payment assistance program; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding: The following budget appropriations account for the transfer of the HOME Investment Partnerships program funds to the Marietta Housing Authority: Transfer from: 280-390-HM99-0001-5306-6574 Transfer to: 280-390-HM99-0013-5300-6618 Transfer from: 280-390-HM08-0001-5306-6574 Transfer to: 280-390-HM08-0013-5300-6618 12Z. $ 8,342.20 $ 8,342.20 $21,657.80 $21,657.80

AUTHORIZATION TO CONVEY PROPERTY LOCATED IN POWDER SPRINGS TO COLE STREET DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION AND AUTHORIZATION TO AMEND THE GEORGIA URBAN COUNTY CONSORTIUM PROGRAM YEARS 1999 HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS ACT PROGRAM FOR REHABILITATION OF SAID PROPERTY CDBG To authorize the conveyance of the property located at 3455 Stallion Court in Powder Springs, Georgia that was purchased under the Cobb County Home Investment Partnerships Act Program to Cole Street Development Corporation; authorize an amendment to the Georgia Urban County Consortium Program Years 1999 Home Investment Partnerships Act Program to reallocate $70,000.00 in HOME program funds to be used for the rehabilitation of the property to ensure compliance with local and state building codes; authorize the Chairman to execute a Limited Warranty Deed conveying of property to Cole Street Development Corporation; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding: The following budget appropriations account for the reallocation of funds: Transfer from: 282-390-HM99-0001-6574-5306 Transfer to: 282-390-HM99-0001-6618-5220 $70,000.00 $70,000.00

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 20 12. CONSENT AGENDA (CONT.) ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Economic Development CDBG 12AA. APPROVAL OF ONE YEAR EXTENSIONS TO THE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENTS FOR WALTON NSP, LLC; SMITH, TUMLIN, MCCURLEY AND PATRICK; AND MARTIN AND ASSOCIATES; FOR THE NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION PROGRAM CDBG To approve one-year extensions to the Professional Services Agreements with Walton NSP, LLC; Smith, Tumlin, McCurley and Patrick, PC; and Martin and Associates for the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP); and authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. FINANCE 12BB. ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION ADOPTING ALL BUDGET AMENDMENTS SET FORTH IN AGENDA ITEMS ON THIS DATE FINANCE To adopt a resolution adopting all budget amendments set forth in agenda items on this date. Copy of said resolution attached and made a part of these minutes. COUNTY CLERK 12CC. APPROVAL OF MINUTES COUNTY CLERK To approve the minutes of the following meetings: April 8, 2013 Agenda Work Session April 9, 2013 Regular Meeting of the Board April 16, 2013 BOC Zoning Hearing CONSENT VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously 13. TRANSPORTATION AGENCY Engineering 13A. APPROVAL OF 2013 SIDEWALK PROJECTS FOR INCLUSION IN THE SIDEWALKS COMPONENT OF THE 2011 SPLOST TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM TRANSPORTATION MOTION: Motion by Goreham, second by Ott, to approve the 2013 Sidewalk Projects for inclusion in the Sidewalks Component of the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program (TIP). Copy of Sidewalk Projects for 2011 SPLOST TIP attached and made a part of these minutes. Funding: Available in the approved 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund budget. VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 21 13. TRANSPORTATION AGENCY (CONT.) Engineering (cont.) 13B. APPROVAL OF CONTRACT WITH BARTOW PAVING COMPANY, INC. FOR CONSTRUCTION OF BARRETT PARKWAY/SR5 CONNECTOR AT HOME CENTER DRIVE TRANSPORTATION MOTION: Motion by Goreham, second by Birrell, to approve a contract with Bartow Paving Company, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $439,855.99, for construction of Barrett Parkway/SR5 Connector at Home Center Drive, Project No. E3010, MIS Contract No. 000582; authorize the corresponding budget transaction; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding: Available in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund with the following budget transfer: Transfer from: 345-050-E003-E301-8761-E3010-C Transfer to: 345-050-E003-E301-8762-E3010-C VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously 13C. APPROVAL OF CONTRACT WITH SUMMIT CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT, LLC FOR CONSTRUCTION OF BROOKWOOD DRIVE SIDEWALK TRANSPORTATION MOTION: Motion by Cupid, second by Ott, to approve a contract with Summit Construction and Development, LLC, in an amount not to exceed $307,591.60, for construction of Brookwood Drive Sidewalk, Project No. E7210, MIS Contract No. 000623; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.
Funding: Available in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: 345-050-E007-E704-8761-E7040-C 345-050-E007-E721-8761-E7210-C Transfer to: 345-050-E007-E721-8762-E7210-C $134,726.60 $ 84,700.00 $219,426.60

$439,855.99 $439,855.99

Available in the Water Systems SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Adopted CIP Budget with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Preliminary Estimates 510-500-5756-8005-W4069-Z Transfer to: Brookwood Drive Sidewalk Construction 510-500-5756-8260-W4282-C Interest on Retainage 510-500-5756-6613-W4282-A Meter Purchase Replacement 510-500-5756-8456-W4282-M Contingency 510-500-5756-8810-W4282-T Total

$ 90,570.00

$ 88,165.00 $ $ $ 440.00 200.00 1,765.00 $ 90,570.00

VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously

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TRANSPORTATION AGENCY (CONT.) Engineering (cont.) 13D. APPROVAL OF CONTRACT WITH SUMMIT CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT, LLC FOR SCHOOL ZONE SAFETY AND OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS ON CHURCH STREET AT MABLETON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION MOTION: Motion by Cupid, second by Ott, to approve a contract with Summit Construction and Development, LLC, in an amount not to exceed $328,663.47, for school zone safety and operational improvements on Church Street at Mableton Elementary School, Project No. E8010, MIS Contract No. 000640; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding: Available in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: 345-050-E008-E801-8761-E8010-C Transfer to: 345-050-E008-E801-8762-E8010-C $293,098.47 $293,098.47

Available in the Water Systems SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Adopted CIP Budget with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Preliminary Estimates 510-500-5756-8005-W4069-Z Transfer to: Church Street at Mableton Elementary School Construction 510-500-5756-8260-W4284-C $ 35,565.00 Interest on Retainage 510-500-5756-6613-W4284-A $ 175.00 Meter Purchase Replacement 510-500-5756-8456-W4284-M $ 200.00 Contingency 510-500-5756-8810-W4284-T $ 700.00 Total VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously 13E. APPROVAL OF CONTRACT WITH CHATFIELD CONTRACTING, INC. FOR SCHOOL ZONE SAFETY AND OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS ON INDIAN HILLS PARKWAY AT EAST SIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION MOTION: Motion by Ott, second by Goreham, to approve a contract with Chatfield Contracting, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $258,219.54, for school zone safety and operational improvements on Indian Hills Parkway at East Side Elementary School, Project No. E8060, MIS Contract No. 000647; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. $ 36,640.00

$ 36,640.00

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 23 13. TRANSPORTATION AGENCY (CONT.) Engineering (cont.) 13E. APPROVAL OF CONTRACT WITH CHATFIELD CONTRACTING, INC. FOR SCHOOL ZONE SAFETY AND OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS ON INDIAN HILLS PARKWAY AT EAST SIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION (CONT.) Funding: Available in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund with the following budget transfers and appropriation of additional funding from the Cobb County School District: Transfer from: 345-050-E008-E804-8761-E8040-C 345-050-E008-E806-8761-E8060-C Transfer to: 345-050-E008-E806-8762-E8060C Increase Revenue Appropriation: 345-050-E008-E806-4506-E8060-C Increase Expenditure Appropriation: 345-050-E008-E806-8762-E8060-C VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously 13F. APPROVAL OF CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 (FINAL) TO THE CONTRACT WITH CHATFIELD CONTRACTING, INC. FOR DRAINAGE SYSTEM REPAIRS ON STEINHAUER ROAD TRANSPORTATION MOTION: Motion by Birrell, second by Cupid, to approve Change Order No. 1 (final) to the contract with Chatfield Contracting, Inc., a savings to the project in the amount of $54,451.80, for drainage system repairs on Steinhauer Road, Project No. E2100, MIS Contract No. 000602, and authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding: A savings to the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund. Decrease GAE 345112712502: 345-050-E002-E210-8762-E2100-C VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously 13G. APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH THE COBB COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SCHOOL ZONE SAFETY AND OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS ON JOHNSON FERRY ROAD AT MOUNT BETHEL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION MOTION: Motion by Ott, second by Goreham, to approve an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Cobb County School District (CCSD), as approved by the County Attorneys office, in an amount not to exceed $10,738.00, for construction of school zone safety and operational improvements on Johnson Ferry Road at Mount Bethel Elementary School, Project No. E8070; authorize the corresponding budget transaction; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Copy of Intergovernmental Agreement attached and made a part of these minutes. $ 63,069.54 $175,150.00 $238,219.54

$ 20,000.00

$ 20,000.00

$ 54,451.80

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 24 13. TRANSPORTATION AGENCY (CONT.) Engineering (cont.) 13G. APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH THE COBB COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SCHOOL ZONE SAFETY AND OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS ON JOHNSON FERRY ROAD AT MOUNT BETHEL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION (CONT.) Funding: Available in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund with the following budget transfer: Transfer from: 345-050-E008-E807-8761-E8070-C Transfer to: 345-050-E008-E807-8762-E8070-C VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously 13H. AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A DONATION OF EASEMENT AND TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION LICENSE FROM THE U. S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR NANCE ROAD PHASE 3 TRANSPORTATION MOTION: Motion by Goreham, second by Ott, to authorize the acceptance of a donation of Easement No. DACW01-2-12-0092 and Temporary Construction License No. DACW01-3-12-0093 from the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers for Nance Road - Phase 3, Project No. D6160; and authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously 13I. APPROVAL OF UTILITY RELOCATION AGREEMENT WITH GEORGIA POWER COMPANY FOR RELOCATION OF UTILITY FACILITIES ON PAPER MILL ROAD OVER SOPE CREEK BRIDGE REPLACEMENT TRANSPORTATION MOTION: Motion by Ott, second by Cupid, to approve a Utility Relocation Agreement with Georgia Power Company, in an amount not to exceed $41,520.00, for relocation of utility facilities on Paper Mill Road over Sope Creek Bridge Replacement, Project No. E1100, MIS Contract No. 000648; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding: Available in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: 345-050-E001-E110-8761-E1100-C 345-050-E001-E110-8781-E1100-U Transfer to: 345-050-E001-E110-8786-E1100-U $ 28,420.00 $ 13,100.00 $ 41,520.00 $ 10,738.00 $ 10,738.00

VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously

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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APRIL 23, 2013 PAGE 25 13. TRANSPORTATION AGENCY (CONT.) Engineering (cont.) 13J. RATIFICATION OF PREVIOUS ACTION BY THE COUNTY MANAGER AUTHORIZING EMERGENCY REPAIRS TO A SEGMENT OF IRENE DRIVE AND APPROVAL OF PROJECT NO. E2350-WO#01 TO THE 2013 COUNTYWIDE UNIT PRICE CONTRACT WITH CHATFIELD CONTRACTING, INC. FOR SAID REPAIRS TRANSPORTATION MOTION: Motion by Birrell, second by Cupid, to ratify previous action by the County Manager authorizing emergency repairs to a segment of Irene Drive, in response to the heavy rain event on April 11, 2013; approve Project No. E2350-WO#01 to the 2013 Countywide Unit Price Contract with Chatfield Contracting, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $38,472.75, for said repairs, MIS Contract No. 000653; authorize the corresponding budget transaction; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding: Available in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund with the following budget transfer: Transfer from: 345-050-E002-E235-8761-E2350-C Transfer to: 345-050-E002-E235-8762-E2350-C VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously Traffic Operations 13K. AUTHORIZATION OF OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF A NEW TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT THE INTERSECTION OF COBB PARKWAY/US41/SR3 AND RIVERVIEW VILLAGE TRANSPORTATION MOTION: Motion by Ott, second by Goreham, to authorize the operation and maintenance of a new traffic signal at the intersection of Cobb Parkway/US41/SR3 and Riverview Village with the construction of Cobb Parkway/US41/SR3, State Project No. STP00-0001-05(047), P. I. No. 721152, Cobb County Project No. D4090. Funding: Available in the Department's annual adopted Operating budget as follows: 010-050-0750-6476/6500 VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously $ 38,472.75 $ 38,472.75

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PUBLIC SERVICES AGENCY Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs 14A. AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A SPONSORSHIP CHECK FROM ADVANCED DISPOSAL SERVICES - PARKS, RECREATION, AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS MOTION: Motion by Cupid, second by Ott, to authorize the acceptance of a sponsorship check from Advanced Disposal, in the amount of $6,067.26, to be used for the procurement of educational training equipment and materials; and further authorize the corresponding budget transactions for the receipt and multi-year use of this one-time money. Funding: Increase revenue: 010-105-3380-4920 (gifts & donations) Increase expenditure: 010-105-3380-8810 (designated contingency) VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously

$6,067.25 $6,067.25

15.

SUPPORT SERVICES AGENCY Property Management 15A. APPROVAL OF CONTRACT WITH CORNERSTONE DETENTION PRODUCTS, INC. FOR DETENTION HOLDING CELLS FOR THE 2011 SPLOST JUVENILE COURT RENOVATION PROJECT - PROPERTY MANAGEMENT MOTION: Motion by Birrell, second by Lee, to approve a contract with Cornerstone Detention Products, Inc., in the amount of $202,800.00, for installation of detention holding cells for the 2011 SPLOST Juvenile Court renovation project located at 32 Waddell Street; and authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding is available in the 2011 SPLOST project budget as follows: 345-110-E085-8125-E0850-C (Juvenile Court Construction) VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously $ 202,800.00

16.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY Planning Division 16A. WITHDRAWAL OF REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF JOHNSON FERRY DESIGN GUIDELINES AND AUTHORIZATION TO INCLUDE SAID GUIDELINES IN FUTURE AMENDMENTS TO THE DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS - PLANNING DIVISION The request for approval of the Johnson Ferry Design Guidelines was withdrawn from this agenda.

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FINANCE 17A. AUTHORIZATION TO TAKE THE NECESSARY STEPS FOR THE ISSUANCE OF COBB COUNTY WATER AND SEWERAGE REVENUE REFUNDING BONDS, SERIES 2013 FINANCE MOTION: Motion by Lee, second by Ott, to authorize the following necessary steps for the issuance of the proposed Water and Sewerage Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2013, in an aggregate principal amount sufficient to refund (a) all or a portion of the County's Water and Sewerage Revenue Improvement Bonds, Series 2003, in the aggregate principal amount of $72,715,000; and (b) potentially all or a portion of the County's outstanding water and sewerage loans from the Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority (GEFA), in the aggregate principal amount of approximately $131,000,000; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

authorize the County's Financial Advisor to draft a letter to GEFA on behalf of the County requesting that GEFA reduce, either voluntarily or via negotiation, the respective interest rate charged on the outstanding GEFA Loans that could be refunded for savings. Absent a sufficient reduction in the interest rates, the GEFA Loans that could be refunded for sufficient savings would be included in the Refunding Bond issue and thereby refund all or a portion of the 2003 Bonds and all or a portion of the GEFA Loans; authorize the Finance Director/Comptroller, with the assistance of the County's financial advisor, to request cost proposals and select providers for the following: paying agent, escrow agent, if any, printing services and other services related to the issuance of the Refunding Bonds; authorize the Finance Director/Comptroller, with the assistance of the County's financial advisor and bond counsel, to proceed with preparation of all documents necessary for the competitive sale and the issuance of the Refunding Bonds and accept lowest true interest cost to Cobb as the winning bid.

The Board's adoption of an appropriate resolution to issue the Refunding Bonds will follow, confirming acceptance of the winning bid. Funding: Issuance costs will be paid from the proceeds of the Refunding Bonds and will not impact the County's budget. Continuing costs for paying agent and escrow agent services, if any, were not anticipated in the 2013/2014 budget process, but would be offset by savings to be achieved in the refunding of the 2003 Bonds and the GEFA Loans and would be absorbed in the current budget. All subsequent years' costs will be planned in their respective budget years. Such on-going costs are estimated to be approximately $1,000 to $2,000 per year. VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously

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SUPERIOR COURT 18A. AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT GRANT FUNDS FROM THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND FUNDING OF A MENTAL HEALTH COURT SUPERIOR COURT MOTION: Motion by Lee, second by Birrell, to authorize the Superior Court to accept state grant funds provided through the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, in an amount up to $53,615.67, for the purpose of establishing a new Mental Health Court program; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents. Funding is available in the Grant Funds FY 2013 budget with the following appropriation: Increase Revenues: 270-225-G801-4467

(CJCC Grant)

$53,615.67

Increase Expenditures: 270-225-G801-6116 (Office Supplies) 270-225-G801-6176 (Drug Testing) 270-225-G801-6326 (Treatment)

$ 965.67 $ 7,400.00 $45,250.00 $53,615.67

VOTE: ADOPTED 3-2, Goreham and Ott opposed 19. APPOINTMENT MR. DAN REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY KAETZEL SOUTH COBB

MOTION: Motion by Cupid, second by Lee, to approve the appointment of Mr. Dan Kaetzel to the South Cobb Redevelopment Authority, for a term balance to expire July 31, 2015. Said appointment replaces Ms. Melinda Ashcraft. VOTE: ADOPTED unanimously

ADJOURNMENT The meeting was adjourned at 9:03 p.m.

____________________________________________ Candace W. Ellison, CCC County Clerk Cobb County Board of Commissioners

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COBB COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AGENCY REGULAR AGENDA COVER REGULAR MEETING OF MAY 14, 2013
ITEM NO.

Engineering 1 To approve a contract with Sunbelt Structures, Inc., for replacement of Hopkins Road Bridge over Wildhorse Creek, Project No. E1040, MIS Contract No. 000641. To approve a contract with Sunbelt Structures, Inc., for replacement of New Chastain Road Westbound Bridge over Noonday Creek, Project No. E1050, MIS Contract No. 000635. To approve a contract with Sunbelt Structures, Inc., for replacement of Paper Mill Road Bridge over Sope Creek, Project No. E1100, MIS Contract No. 000643. To approve a contract with D&H Construction Company, Inc., for improvements on John Ward Road Sidewalk, Phase 2, Project No. E7180, MIS Contract No. 000639. To approve a contract with Detection Engineering Technology, Inc., to rebuild and upgrade the traffic signal at the intersection of South Gordon Road and Blair Bridge Road at Bryant Elementary School, Project No. E8080, MIS Contract No. 000650. To approve Change Order No. 1 (final) to the contract with Matriarch Construction Co., Inc., for drainage system improvements on New Macland Road, Project No. E2080, MIS Contract No. 000546. To approve Change Order No. 1 (final) to the contract with Chatfield Contracting, Inc., for improvements on John Ward Road Sidewalk, Phase 1, Project No. E7180, MIS Contract No. 000592. To approve an Intergovernmental Agreement with Douglas County for resurfacing of County-maintained streets within the boundaries of Douglas County, Project No. E9010. To approve Change Order No. 2 (final) to the contract with C.W. Matthews Contracting Company, Inc., for roadway safety and operational improvements on County Line Road, Project No. D6070, MIS Contract No. 000379. To approve Project No. E4060-TO#01 to the 2012 Master Task Order Contract with Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc., for engineering design on Barrett Parkway (SR5 Connector) at Busbee Parkway, State P. I. No. 0011737, MIS Contract No. 000572. Traffic Operations 11 To authorize the procurement of seventeen laptops and supporting hardware and software to replace obsolete equipment currently used by traffic signal technicians, Project No. E5040.

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Agenda Item Number. 1

Cobb County Department of Transportation


Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

Comm. Dist. 4

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve a contract with Sunbelt Structures, Inc., for replacement of Hopkins Road Bridge over Wildhorse Creek, Project No. E1040, MIS Contract No. 000641.

BACKGROUND
Hopkins Road Bridge over Wildhorse Creek is an approved project in the Bridge Rehabilitation/Replacement Component of the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. The project consists of replacement of the existing substandard, weight-restricted bridge. In addition, pedestrian accommodations will be enhanced with extension of the sidewalk on the west side to provide connection to the Silver Comet Trail. This is a joint project between the City of Powder Springs and Cobb County. The Invitation to Bid was advertised in the Marietta Daily Journal on March 29, 2013, and on April 5, 12 and 19, 2013. Bids were received on April 25, 2013, from the following companies: Company Sunbelt Structures, Inc. Tidwell Construction Company McCarthy Improvement Company Rogers Bridge Company, Inc. Bid Amount $ 828,631.81 $ 893,822.90 $ 985,220.76 $1,113,921.11

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Agenda Item Number. 1

The low bid of $828,631.81 from Sunbelt Structures, Inc., was reviewed and found to be reasonable and responsive. Bid tabulation consisted of $689,385.81 in roadway costs and $139,246.00 in Water System costs. The completion date for this project is 75 consecutive calendar days from issuance of the Notice to Proceed.

FUNDING
Available in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: 345-050-E001-E104-8761-E1040-C 345-050-E024-E24B-8761-E24B0-C Transfer to: 345-050-E001-E104-8762-E1040-C $318,570.16 $370,815.65 $689,385.81

Available in the Water Systems SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Adopted CIP Budget with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Preliminary Estimates Transfer to: Hopkins Road Bridge over Wildhorse Creek Construction Interest on Retainage Contingency Total 510-500-5756-8260-W4286-C 510-500-5756-6613-W4286-A 510-500-5756-8810-W4286-T $139,246.00 $ $ 700.00 2,800.00 510-500-5756-8005-W4069-Z $142,746.00

$142,746.00

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve a contract with Sunbelt Structures, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $828,631.81, for replacement of Hopkins Road Bridge over Wildhorse Creek, Project No. E1040, MIS Contract No. 000641, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Agenda Item Number. 2

Cobb County Department of Transportation


Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

Comm. Dist. 3

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve a contract with Sunbelt Structures, Inc., for replacement of New Chastain Road Westbound Bridge over Noonday Creek, Project No. E1050, MIS Contract No. 000635.

BACKGROUND
New Chastain Road Westbound Bridge over Noonday Creek is an approved project in the Bridge Rehabilitation/Replacement Component of the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. The project consists of replacement of the westbound weight-restricted bridge and includes two travel lanes, shoulders, and pedestrian accommodations. The Invitation to Bid was advertised in the Marietta Daily Journal on March 29, 2013, and on April 5, 12 and 19, 2013. Bids were received on April 25, 2013, from the following companies: Company Sunbelt Structures, Inc. Rogers Bridge Company, Inc. Bid Amount $1,231,910.88 $1,326,170.90

The low bid of $1,231,910.88 from Sunbelt Structures, Inc., was reviewed and found to be reasonable and responsive. Bid tabulation consisted of $1,168,563.63 in roadway costs and $63,347.25 in Water System costs. The completion date for this project is September 16, 2013.

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Agenda Item Number. 2

FUNDING
Available in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: 345-050-E001-E105-8761-E1050-C 345-050-E000-E000-8761-E0000-C Transfer to: 345-050-E001-E105-8762-E1050-C $ 510,850.00 $ 657,713.63 $1,168,563.63

Available in the Water Systems SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Adopted CIP Budget with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Preliminary Estimates Transfer to: New Chastain Road Bridge Replacement Construction Interest on Retainage Contingency Total 510-500-5756-8260-W4280-C 510-500-5756-6613-W4280-A 510-500-5756-8810-W4280-T $63,347.25 $ 320.00 $ 1,270.00 $64,937.25 510-500-5756-8005-W4069-Z $64,937.25

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve a contract with Sunbelt Structures, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $1,231,910.88, for replacement of New Chastain Road Westbound Bridge over Noonday Creek, Project No. E1050, MIS Contract No. 000635, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Agenda Item Number. 3

Cobb County Department of Transportation


Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

Comm. Dist. 2

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve a contract with Sunbelt Structures, Inc., for replacement of Paper Mill Road Bridge over Sope Creek, Project No. E1100, MIS Contract No. 000643.

BACKGROUND
Paper Mill Road Bridge over Sope Creek is an approved project in the Bridge Rehabilitation/Replacement Component of the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. The Paper Mill Road Bridge was constructed in 1920, and has exceeded its useful life. The Department has performed numerous maintenance projects on this structure over the years to extend its life. On September 14, 2012, the Department temporarily closed the bridge to perform emergency repairs to a damaged section of the bridge footing. The project consists of replacement of the entire bridge, which has a poor structural sufficiency rating and is weight-restricted. The project will include widening the bridge to accommodate two travel lanes and the addition of sidewalk on both sides of the bridge to provide pedestrian accommodations, as the bridge connects to National Park Service land.

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Agenda Item Number. 3

The Invitation to Bid was advertised in the Marietta Daily Journal on March 29, 2013, and on April 5, 12 and 19, 2013. Bids were received on April 25, 2013, from the following companies: Company Sunbelt Structures, Inc. Rogers Bridge Company, Inc. Bid Amount $2,154,053.80 $3,725,291.84

The low bid of $2,154,053.80 from Sunbelt Structures, Inc., was reviewed and found to be reasonable and responsive. Bid tabulation consisted of $1,939,878.80 in roadway costs and $214,175.00 in Water System costs. The completion date for this project is October 25, 2013.

FUNDING
Available in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: 345-050-E001-E110-8761-E1100-C 345-050-E000-E000-8761-E0000-C Transfer to: 345-050-E001-E110-8762-E1100-C $ 125,590.00 $1,814,288.80 $1,939,878.80

Available in the Water Systems SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Adopted CIP Budget with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Preliminary Estimates Transfer to: Paper Mill Road Bridge Replacement Construction Interest on Retainage Meter Purchase Replacement Contingency Total 510-500-5756-8260-W4288-C 510-500-5756-6613-W4288-A 510-500-5756-8456-W4288-M 510-500-5756-8810-W4288-T $214,175.00 $ $ $ 1,075.00 100.00 4,285.00 510-500-5756-8005-W4069-Z $219,635.00

$219,635.00

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Agenda Item Number. 3

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve a contract with Sunbelt Structures, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $2,154,053.80, for replacement of Paper Mill Road Bridge over Sope Creek, Project No. E1100, MIS Contract No. 000643, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

ATTACHMENTS
Location Map

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Agenda Item Number. 4

Cobb County Department of Transportation


Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

Comm. Dist. 1

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve a contract with D&H Construction Company, Inc., for improvements on John Ward Road Sidewalk, Phase 2, Project No. E7180, MIS Contract No. 000639.

BACKGROUND
John Ward Road Sidewalk, from Glenn Valley Drive to Arbor Forest Drive, is an approved school related/Safe Routes to School project in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Construction of this project is planned in two phases. On September 25, 2012, the Board of Commissioners approved a contract with Chatfield Contracting, Inc., for improvements on John Ward Road Sidewalk, Phase 1. The construction limits for Phase 1 extend west from Glenn Valley Drive to 500 feet north of Brookmont Trace. Phase 1 is complete. Phase 2 consists of pedestrian improvements along the west side of John Ward Road and includes the addition of curb and gutter and a five-foot wide sidewalk, starting north of Brookmont Trace and ending just north of Arbor Forest Drive, connecting the existing sidewalks.

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Agenda Item Number. 4

The Invitation to Bid was advertised in the Marietta Daily Journal on March 29, 2013, and on April 5, 12 and 19, 2013. Bids were received on April 25, 2013, from the following companies: Company D&H Construction Company, Inc. Ohmshiv Construction, LLC Baldwin Paving Company, Inc. G.S. Construction, Inc. CMES, Inc. Scott and Sons Holding, LLC Chatfield Contracting, Inc. Bid Amount $365,658.75 $383,572.00 $385,599.94 $396,032.00 $405,730.00 $417,799.05 $442,777.91

Summit Construction & Development, LLC $405,278.50

The low bid of $365,658.75 from D&H Construction Company, Inc., was reviewed and found to be reasonable and responsive. Bid tabulation consisted of $223,266.75 in roadway costs and $142,392.00 in Water System costs. The completion date for this project is 120 consecutive calendar days from issuance of the Notice to Proceed.

FUNDING
Available in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund with the following budget transfer: Transfer from: Transfer to: 345-050-E007-E718-8761-E7180-C 345-050-E007-E718-8762-E7180-C $223,266.75 $223,266.75

Available in the Water Systems SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Adopted CIP Budget with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Preliminary Estimates 510-500-5756-8005-W4069-Z

$145,962.00

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Agenda Item Number. 4

Transfer to: John Ward Road Sidewalk Construction Interest on Retainage Contingency 510-500-5756-8260-W4285-C 510-500-5756-6613-W4285-A 510-500-5756-8810-W4285-T TOTAL $142,392.00 $ $ 720.00 2,850.00

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RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve a contract with D&H Construction Company, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $365,658.75, for improvements on John Ward Road Sidewalk, Phase 2, Project No. E7180, MIS Contract No. 000639, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Location Map

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Agenda Item Number. 5

Cobb County Department of Transportation


Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

Comm. Dist. 4

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve a contract with Detection Engineering Technology, Inc., to rebuild and upgrade the traffic signal at the intersection of South Gordon Road and Blair Bridge Road at Bryant Elementary School, Project No. E8080, MIS Contract No. 000650.

BACKGROUND
School Zone Safety and Operational Improvements is an approved component in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Cobb County School District (CCSD) has plans to build a new driveway for buses only at Bryant Elementary School. This new driveway will intersect South Gordon Road at Blair Bridge Road, and is being constructed to prevent school buses merging with other traffic currently utilizing the existing Bryant Elementary School driveway on Factory Shoals Road. The new driveway will also provide emergency ingress and egress for this school in the event an incident were to temporarily close the existing Bryant Elementary School driveway. A traffic signal rebuild and upgrade is required at the intersection of South Gordon Road and Blair Bridge Road to accommodate the new driveway for buses only. On December 11, 2012, the Board of Commissioners approved the 2013 Countywide Unit Price Contracts. In an effort to ensure the most competitive pricing possible, current Unit Price Contractors were given the opportunity to offer quotes for this project, reflecting current market conditions.

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Agenda Item Number. 5

Bids were received on April 19, 2013, from the following companies: Company Detection Engineering Technology, Inc. Brooks-Berry-Haynie & Associates, Inc. Bid Amount $97,707.00 $99,959.55

The low bid of $97,707.00 from Detection Engineering Technology, Inc., was reviewed and found to be reasonable and responsive. The completion time for this project is 60 consecutive calendar days from issuance of the Notice to Proceed.

FUNDING
Available in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund with the following budget transfer: Transfer from: Transfer to: 345-050-E008-E808-8761-E8080-C 345-050-E008-E808-8771-E8080-C $97,707.00 $97,707.00

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve a contract with Detection Engineering Technology, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $97,707.00, to rebuild and upgrade the traffic signal at the intersection of South Gordon Road and Blair Bridge Road at Bryant Elementary School, Project No. E8080, MIS Contract No. 000650, authorize the corresponding budget transaction, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Agenda Item Number. 6

Cobb County Department of Transportation


Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

Comm. Dist. 4

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve Change Order No. 1 (final) to the contract with Matriarch Construction Co., Inc., for drainage system improvements on New Macland Road, Project No. E2080, MIS Contract No. 000546.

BACKGROUND
Drainage System Improvements is an approved component in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. The project consisted of replacing existing dual 48-inch corrugated metal pipe cross drains and associated structures with equally sized reinforced concrete pipes and structures. In addition, new curb and gutter and 200 feet of sidewalk were added to improve drainage and enhance pedestrian safety, in consideration of the proximity of McEachern High School on New Macland Road. On May 22, 2012, the Board of Commissioners approved a contract with Matriarch Construction Co., Inc., for drainage system improvements on New Macland Road. Details for action requested are as follows: Construction of this project is complete and Change Order No. 1 (final) to the contract with Matriarch Construction Co., Inc., a savings to the project in the amount of $90,598.67, is requested due to variations between the original and final plan quantities, including overruns in 8-inch water line, and underruns in temporary graded aggregate base, storm drain pipe, guardrail and construction allowance.
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Agenda Item Number. 6

Original Contract Liquidated Damages Change Order No. 1 Revised Contract

$259,999.00 ($ 5,000.00) ($ 90,598.67) $164,400.33

FUNDING
A savings to the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund. Decrease GAE 345052212705: 345-050-E002-E208-8762-E2080-C $91,117.23 Available in the Water Systems SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Adopted CIP Budget with the following budget transfers: Available: New Macland Road Construction Transfer from: SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Preliminary Estimates Transfer to: New Macland Road Construction Increase GAE 510052212705: 510-500-5756-8260-W4262-C 510-500-5756-8260-W4262-C $518.56 $518.56 510-500-5756-8005-W4069-Z $518.56 510-500-5756-8260-W4262-C $ 9.08

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve Change Order No. 1 (final) to the contract with Matriarch Construction Co., Inc., a savings to the project in the amount of $90,598.67, for drainage system improvements on New Macland Road, Project No. E2080, MIS Contract No. 000546, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Agenda Item Number. 7

Cobb County Department of Transportation


Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

Comm. Dist. 1

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve Change Order No. 1 (final) to the contract with Chatfield Contracting, Inc., for improvements on John Ward Road Sidewalk, Phase 1, Project No. E7180, MIS Contract No. 000592.

BACKGROUND
John Ward Road Sidewalk, from Glenn Valley Drive to Arbor Forest Drive, is an approved school related/Safe Routes to School project in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Construction of this project is planned in two phases. The construction limits for Phase 1 extends west from Glenn Valley Drive to 500 feet north of Brookmont Trace. The project consisted of pedestrian improvements along the west side of John Ward Road and included the addition of curb and gutter, a five-foot wide sidewalk and a two-foot wide landscape strip. On December 7, 2010, the Board of Commissioners approved the 2011 Countywide Unit Price Contracts. In an effort to ensure the most competitive pricing possible, current Unit Price Contractors were given the opportunity to offer quotes for this project, reflecting current market conditions. On September 25, 2012, the Board approved a contract with Chatfield Contracting, Inc., for sidewalk improvements on John Ward Road, Phase 1.

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Details for action requested are as follows: Change Order No. 1 (final) to the 2011 Countywide Unit Price Contract with Chatfield Contracting, Inc., a savings to the project in the amount of $52,729.41, is requested due to variations between the original and final plan quantities, including underruns in four-inch concrete sidewalk, graded aggregate base, curb and gutter, and construction allowance. These are the final changes necessary to close this project with Chatfield Contracting Company, Inc. Original Contract Change Order No. 1 (final) Revised Contract $207,653.25 ($ 52,729.41) $154,923.84

FUNDING
A savings to the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund. Decrease GAE 345092512604: 345-050-E007-E718-8762-E7180-C $43,227.41

A savings to the Water Systems SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Adopted CIP Budget with the following budget transfers: Decrease GAE 510092512604: Transfer from: John Ward Road Sidewalk Construction Change Order No. 1 (final) Transfer to: SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Preliminary Estimates 510-500-5756-8005-W4069-Z $9,502.00 510-500-5756-8260-W4271-C $9,502.00 510-500-5756-8260-W4271-C $9,502.00

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve Change Order No. 1 (final) to the contract with Chatfield Contracting, Inc., a savings to the project in the amount of $52,729.41, for improvements on John Ward Road Sidewalk, Phase 1, Project No. E7180, MIS Contract No. 000592, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.
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Agenda Item Number. 8

Cobb County Department of Transportation


Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

Comm. Dist. 4

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve an Intergovernmental Agreement with Douglas County for resurfacing of Countymaintained streets within the boundaries of Douglas County, Project No. E9010.

BACKGROUND
Resurfacing is an approved component in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. On July 24, 2012, the Board of Commissioners approved a contract with Baldwin Paving Company, Inc., for Resurfacing Contract 2012-1 Countywide Major Thoroughfares (Local Maintenance and Improvement Grant). Factory Shoals Road is a street included in the contract, and continues beyond the Cobb County line into Douglas County; therefore Douglas County is responsible for the maintenance of the portion of the road located within its County boundaries. As it is to the mutual benefit of both Cobb County and Douglas County, the Department has reached a cost sharing arrangement with Douglas County Department of Transportation for resurfacing costs associated with this road. The lead role in this project will be taken by the Department, as the majority of resurfacing will occur on the Cobb County-maintained portion of the road; Cobb County will be responsible for managing both portions of the project. Per the terms of the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA), Douglas County will reimburse Cobb County for the cost to resurface the Douglas County portion of the road, in an amount not to exceed $21,796.16. The IGA with Douglas County is contingent upon the Douglas County Board of Commissioners' approval. The Intergovernmental Agreement has been reviewed by the County Attorney's Office.
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FUNDING
Appropriate receipt of additional funding to the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund from Douglas County as follows: Increase Revenue Appropriation: 345-050-E009-E901-4506-E9010-C $21,796.16 $21,796.16

Increase Expenditure Appropriation: 345-050-E009-E901-8762-E9010-C

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve an Intergovernmental Agreement with Douglas County, in a form substantially similar to the attached and as approved by the County Attorneys Office, in an amount not to exceed $21,796.16, for resurfacing of County-maintained streets within the boundaries of Douglas County, Project No. E9010, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN DOUGLAS COUNTY AND COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into this day of , 2013, by and between Douglas County , Georgia, a political subdivision of the State of Georgia ( Douglas County) and Cobb County, a political subdivision of the State of Georgia (Cobb County); W I T N E S S E T H: WHEREAS, Douglas County and Cobb County desire to resurface Factory Shoals Road, located within the limits of both Douglas County and Cobb County; WHEREAS, in order to reduce costs and facilitate the timely completion of the resurfacing, Cobb County has agreed to resurface the portion of the road located within Douglas County, as fully described in the attached Exhibit A (the Project); WHEREAS, Douglas County has agreed to provide funding for the portion of the construction costs for this Project; and WHEREAS, this Agreement is intended to govern the understandings and responsibilities of Douglas County and Cobb County in relation to the Project. NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the promises, the mutual covenants herein contained and the sum of Ten and 00/100 ($10.00) Dollars by each of the parties to the other in hand paid, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties do hereby agree to the following terms and conditions with regard to the Project: 1. Douglas County will pay to Cobb County Twenty One Thousand Seven Hundred Ninety Six and 16/100 Dollars ($21,796.16) to financially assist with the Project as part of the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program, Project No. E9010. At the completion of the resurfacing, payment of such amount shall be made upon receipt of invoice, from the Cobb County Department of Transportation to Douglas County Department of Transportation. Payment shall be made within 60 days of receipt of invoice. The scope of the Project for which Douglas County funds will be used, is to assist in the resurfacing of a portion of roadway located within Douglas County. Douglas County shall have no other obligations or responsibilities with regard to the Project. 2. The Cobb County Department of Transportation shall be responsible for all engineering, design, construction and oversight related to the overall Project, with Douglas County Department of Transportation also inspecting all work performed on these roadways prior to payment to Cobb County.

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3. The Effective Date of this Agreement shall be the date the last party executes it and the term of the Agreement shall be for one (1) year; however, any terms or provisions that should naturally survive termination of this Agreement, shall so survive. 4. This Agreement constitutes the entire understanding between the parties, and as of its effective date, supersedes all prior oral or written understandings between the parties concerning the subject matter of this Agreement 5. If any provision of this Agreement, or the application thereof, is determined to be invalid or unenforceable for any reason, the remainder of that provision and all other provisions of this Agreement shall remain valid and enforceable. 6. Each of the individuals executing this Agreement on behalf of Douglas County and Cobb County represents to the other party that such individual is authorized to do so. 7. This Agreement shall be governed in all respects by the laws of the State of Georgia, and any action to enforce this Agreement shall be brought in a court of competent jurisdiction located in Cobb County, Georgia. Notwithstanding the above, however, the parties acknowledge that disputes under this Agreement may arise from time to time, and agree that they in good faith will attempt to resolve any such disputes amicably or through non-binding mediation prior to instituting any legal action. 8. All notices and other communications required or permitted under this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be sent by certified mail, return receipt requested with postage and fees prepaid to the addresses set forth below, and shall be deemed to be effective when actually received or refused. Either party may change the address to which future notices or other communications shall be sent by notifying the other party. Such communication shall be sent to:

If to Douglas County: Director Douglas County Department of Transportation 8700 Hospital Drive Douglasville, GA 30134

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If to Cobb County:

Director Cobb County Department of Transportation 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto set their hands and affixed their Seals the day and year written below. This Agreement may be executed in counterparts and when combined shall constitute but on original document.

DOUGLAS COUNTY, GEORGIA By: Chairman, Board of Commissioners Attest: By: Title: (Seal) Director Department of Transportation Date:

COBB COUNTY, GEORGIA By: Chairman, Board of Commissioners Attest: By: Cobb County Clerk (Seal) Director Department of Transportation
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Agenda Item Number. 9

Cobb County Department of Transportation


Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

Comm. Dist. 1

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve Change Order No. 2 (final) to the contract with C.W. Matthews Contracting Company, Inc., for roadway safety and operational improvements on County Line Road, Project No. D6070, MIS Contract No. 000379.

BACKGROUND
County Line Road is an approved roadway safety and operational improvements project in the 2005 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. The project consisted of approximately five miles of roadway safety and operational improvements on County Line Road, between Due West Road and west of Mars Hill Road. Improvements included reconstruction of five intersections, including a roundabout at Burnt Hickory Road, bridge replacement over Allatoona Creek, culvert replacement just north of the Burnt Hickory Road intersection, and widening of the existing two-lane roadway. Curb, gutter and sidewalk were added along portions of the roadway. On February 23, 2010, the Board of Commissioners approved a contract with C.W. Matthews Contracting Company, Inc., for roadway safety and operational improvements on County Line Road. On May 10, 2011, the Board approved Change Order No. 1 to the contract with C.W. Matthews Contracting Company, Inc., for additional pilot hole length at the bridge over Allatoona Creek.

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Details for action requested are as follows: Construction of the contract is complete and Change Order No. 2 (final) to the contract with C.W. Matthews Contracting Company, Inc., a savings to the project in the amount of $170,064.30, is requested due to variations between the original and final plan quantities, including underruns in erosion control items, underdrain pipe, and retaining walls. Original Contract Change Order No. 1 Change Order No. 2 (final) Revised Contract $7,964,021.45 $ 40,735.64

($ 170,064.30) $7,834,692.79

FUNDING
A savings to the 2005 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund. Decrease GAE 340022310707: 340-050-7506-D607-8762-D6070-C $157,256.19

A savings to the Water Systems SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Adopted CIP Budget with the following budget transfers: Decrease GAE 510022310707: 510-500-5756-8260-W4086-C $ 12,808.11

Transfer from: County Line Road Safety and Operational Improvements Construction Change Order No. 2 (final) 510-500-5756-8260-W4086-C Transfer to: SPLOST Projects-Relocate Lines Preliminary Estimates

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RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve Change Order No. 2 (final) to the contract with C.W. Matthews Contracting Company, Inc., a savings to the project in the amount of $170,064.30, for roadway safety and operational improvements on County Line Road, Project No. D6070, MIS Contract No. 000379, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Agenda Item Number. 10

Cobb County Department of Transportation


Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

Comm. Dist. 3

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve Project No. E4060-TO#01 to the 2012 Master Task Order Contract with Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc., for engineering design on Barrett Parkway (SR5 Connector) at Busbee Parkway, State P. I. No. 0011737, MIS Contract No. 000572.

BACKGROUND
On May 8, 2012, the Board of Commissioners approved the 2012 Master Task Order Contracts. Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc., was approved for Traffic Engineering Services. On October 10, 2012, the Department was notified by the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) that the Barrett Parkway (SR5 Connector) at Busbee Parkway project was selected for Federal Safety Improvement funding; therefore, the project became eligible for inclusion in the Thoroughfare Improvements Component of the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program (TIP). The project consists of modifications to lane markings, concrete islands and traffic signals to allow the left turns from Busbee Parkway and Roberts Court to operate concurrently. Due to the current geometry of the intersection, these left turns must each have an exclusive phase, which significantly reduces the capacity of the intersection. On February 12, 2013, the Board approved a Project Framework Agreement with GDOT. Under the terms of the agreement, Federal/State funding is available for preliminary engineering, rightof-way and construction costs and for 100 percent of GDOT preliminary engineering oversight costs associated with this project. Cobb County will be responsible for funding any preliminary engineering, right-of-way, and construction costs exceeding the Federal/State maximum. Funding for this project is available in the 2011 SPLOST TIP Fund.
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Details for action requested are as follows: Project No. E4060-TO#01 to the 2012 Master Task Order Contract with Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $112,452.00, is requested for engineering design on Barrett Parkway (SR5 Connector) at Busbee Parkway.

FUNDING
Available in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: 345-050-E004-E406-8721-E4060-E 345-050-E004-E406-8761-E4060-C Transfer to: 345-050-E004-E406-8722-E4060-E $87,000.00 $25,452.00 $112,452.00

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve Project No. E4060-TO#01 to the 2012 Master Task Order Contract with Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $112,452.00, for engineering design on Barrett Parkway (SR5 Connector) at Busbee Parkway, State P. I. No. 0011737, MIS Contract No. 000572, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Agenda Item Number. 11

Cobb County Department of Transportation


Faye DiMassimo, Director 1890 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4014 (770) 528-1600 / fax: (770) 528-1601

Comm. Dist. 1

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Faye DiMassimo, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Faye DiMassimo, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To authorize the procurement of seventeen laptops and supporting hardware and software to replace obsolete equipment currently used by traffic signal technicians, Project No. E5040.

BACKGROUND
Traffic Signals is an approved project in the Traffic Management, Traffic Signal Timing, and Planning Component of the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program for the purpose of upgrading traffic signal infrastructure and optimizing traffic signal operations. Traffic Signal Technicians utilize laptops for the daily operation and maintenance of traffic signals. The laptops facilitate remote access to the Regional Transportation Management Center signal databases and traffic camera video feeds. The laptops also provide direct access to the traffic signal hardware in the signal cabinets at intersections for efficient evaluation and repair, signal timing improvements, and efficient work management. Currently, seventeen laptops used by the Traffic Signal group are obsolete and will not efficiently operate the recently upgraded TACTICS traffic signal operating software. Thirteen of the seventeen laptops were purchased in 2006, and four were purchased in 2010. The recommended specification for a laptop to operate the TACTICS traffic signal software is 2.5 GHzQuad-core Intel i5 processor with 4 GB of RAM, and a 160 GB hard drive. The current laptops used by the Traffic Signal group only have 1.5 GB of RAM, and a 80GB hard drive. The Department recommends replacing the laptops and supporting hardware and software in accordance with standard County procurement procedures.

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Agenda Item Number. 11

FUNDING
Available in the 2011 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program Fund with the following budget transfers: Transfer from: Transfer to: 345-050-E005-E504-8005-E5040-P 345-050-E005-E504-6122-E5040-O 345-050-E005-E504-6258-E5040-O 345-050-E005-E504-6262-E5040-O 345-050-E005-E504-6386-E5040-O $48,100.54 $ 208.00 $38,190.00 $ 6,822.54 $ 2,880.00

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners authorize the procurement of seventeen laptops and supporting hardware and software, in an amount not to exceed $48,100.54, to replace obsolete equipment currently used by traffic signal technicians, Project No. E5040, and authorize the corresponding budget transactions.

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COBB COUNTY PUBLIC SERVICES AGENCY REGULAR AGENDA COVER REGULAR MEETING OF MAY 14, 2013
ITEM NO.

Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs 1 To approve a contract with Brewer Engineering for professional design and construction administration services for the redevelopment of Lions Park under the 2011 Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs SPLOST Program. To approve a contract with Vaughn & Melton Consulting Engineers, Inc. for professional design and construction administration services for the redevelopment of Nickajack Park under the 2011 Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs SPLOST Program.

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Agenda Item Number. 1

Cobb County Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs


Eddie Canon, Director 1792 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4026 (770) 528-8800 / fax: (770) 528-8813

Comm. Dist. 4

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Eddie Canon, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Eddie Canon, Director Jackie R. McMorris, Director of Public Services

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve a contract with Brewer Engineering for professional design and construction administration services for the redevelopment of Lions Park under the 2011 Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs SPLOST Program.

BACKGROUND

The 2011 Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs (PRCA) SPLOST program includes the redevelopment of Lions Park. This park was first developed in 1968 and is in need of renovation. Working with the volunteer athletic association active in the park, staff has identified a number of features to be redeveloped. These include athletic field renovation and upgrades, and the replacement of one concession/restroom building and one pavilion/restroom building. In order to generate appropriate construction documents, the Department requires the services of a professional architecture and engineering firm. A Request for Professional Design and Construction Administration Services was published on the County Purchasing website, and advertised in the Marietta Daily Journal on February 15 and 22 and on March 1 and 8, 2013, in accordance with Selection Process 2 (Competitive Proposals) of the Policy for Procurement of Professional Services, as amended on December 20, 2011. Proposals were received from seven firms and opened on March 14, 2013. The proposal of one firm was incomplete, and was determined to be non-responsive under the Policy for Procurement of Services.

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Agenda Item Number. 1

The following Selection Committee was approved for this project: Ron Cooper (DOT), Terry Martin (Community Development), Terrence Ramsey (PRCA), Mackie Temple (PRCA), and Phil Westbrook (Community Development). The Selection Committee reviewed the proposals and ranked the firms based on proposed staffing, previous experience and performance, understanding of and approach to the project, availability, proposed schedule, local vendor presence, and financial stability. In addition, Selection Process 2 includes weighting of each firm's scoring based on prices submitted as part of their proposal which allows the Department to recommend awarding the contract to the top ranked firm. The proposals from the responding and responsive firms were ranked in the following order: Brewer Engineering Lose & Associates, Inc. Wiley-Wilson Sutton Architectural Services Paulson-Mitchell, Inc. Gerding Collaborative The Committee ranked Brewer Engineering as the firm offering the best combination of qualifications and pricing.

FUNDING
Funding is available in the 2011 PRCA SPLOST fund as follows: 345-105-E030-EP320 E-8722 345-105-E030-EP321 E-8722 345-105-E040-EP420 E-8722 345-105-E040-EP421 E-8722 $21,770.00 $ 8,270.00 $51,175.00 $11,210.00

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve a contract with Brewer Engineering, in an amount not to exceed $92,425.00, for professional design and construction administration services related to the redevelopment of Lions Park under the 2011 PRCA SPLOST Program, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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Agenda Item Number. 2

Cobb County Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs


Eddie Canon, Director 1792 County Services Parkway Marietta, Georgia 30008-4026 (770) 528-8800 / fax: (770) 528-8813

Comm. Dist. 4

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Eddie Canon, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Eddie Canon, Director Jackie R. McMorris, Director of Public Services

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve a contract with Vaughn & Melton Consulting Engineers, Inc. for professional design and construction administration services for the redevelopment of Nickajack Park under the 2011 Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs SPLOST Program.

BACKGROUND

The 2011 Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs (PRCA) SPLOST program includes the redevelopment of Nickajack Park. This park was first developed in 1971 and is in need of renovation. Working with the volunteer athletic association active in the park, staff has identified a number of features to be redeveloped. These include athletic field renovation, drainage and site improvements, and the replacement of one concession/restroom building. In order to generate appropriate construction documents, the Department requires the services of a professional architecture and engineering firm. A Request for Professional Design and Construction Administration Services was published on the County Purchasing website, and advertised in the Marietta Daily Journal on March 1, 8, 15, and 22, 2013, in accordance with Selection Process 2 (Competitive Proposals) of the Policy for Procurement of Professional Services, as amended on December 20, 2011. Proposals were received from eight firms and opened on March 28, 2013.

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Agenda Item Number. 2

The following Selection Committee was approved for this project: Daphne Bailey (Purchasing), Jonathan Jenkins (Solid Waste), Derrell Walker (PRCA), Rich Wittman (Water System), Mike Wright (DOT). The Selection Committee reviewed the proposals and ranked the firms based on proposed staffing, previous experience and performance, understanding of and approach to the project, availability, proposed schedule, local vendor presence, and financial stability. In addition, Selection Process 2 includes weighting of each firm's scoring based on prices submitted as part of their proposal which allows the Department to recommend awarding the contract to the top ranked firm. The proposals from the responding firms were ranked in the following order: Vaughn & Melton Consulting Engineers, Inc. Lose & Associates, Inc. Croft & Associates Atkins North America, Inc. Wiley-Wilson Gerding Collaborative Hayes, James & Associates, Inc. MetroCorp Development Enterprises, Inc. The Committee ranked Vaughn & Melton Consulting Engineers, Inc. as the firm offering the best combination of qualifications and pricing.

FUNDING
Funding is available in the 2011 PRCA SPLOST fund as follows: 345-105-E030-EP332 E-8722 345-105-E040-EP429 E-8722 345-105-E040-EP430 E-8722 $22,640.00 $ 9,340.00 $62,510.00

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve a contract with Vaughn & Melton Consulting Engineers, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $94,490.00, for professional design and construction administration services related to the redevelopment of Nickajack Park under the 2011 PRCA SPLOST Program, authorize the corresponding budget transactions, and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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COBB COUNTY SUPPORT SERVICES AGENCY REGULAR AGENDA COVER REGULAR MEETING OF MAY 14, 2013
ITEM NO.

Property Management 1 To approve a contract with Q.T. Contracting, Inc., d/b/a Powers Heating and Air, for installation of Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning equipment at the Cobb County Building (Building A), 100 Cherokee Street, Marietta, as part of the 2011 SPLOST.

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Agenda Item Number. 1

Cobb County Property Management Department


John A. Reida, Director 1150 Powder Springs Street Suite 200 Marietta, Georgia 30064 (770) 528-2100 / fax: (770) 528-2148

Comm. Dist. All

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager John A. Reida, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
John A. Reida, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve a contract with Q.T. Contracting, Inc., d/b/a Powers Heating and Air, for installation of Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning equipment at the Cobb County Building (Building A), 100 Cherokee Street, Marietta, as part of the 2011 SPLOST.

BACKGROUND
The Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) project for the Cobb County Building was approved by the citizens in the 2011 SPLOST. This project will replace outdated equipment serving the Communications Department and and update controls on the third floor. On January 17, 2013, Property Management contracted with Lilly Young & Associates, Inc., in the amount of $19,800.00, for engineering design of the HVAC project at the Cobb County Building. Property Management worked with the engineer to select the appropriate design. Purchasing then advertised for four weeks to procure proposals for installation of equipment and updating of controls. Three bids were received and opened from the following qualified contractors: Q.T. Contracting, Inc, dba Powers Heating and Air John F. Pennebaker Co., Inc. Bardi Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. $280,900.00 $311,290.00 $360,000.00

The lowest responsive bid is from Q.T. Contracting, Inc., dba Powers Heating and Air, in the amount of $280,900.00. Property Management has verified references of the low bidder and recommends they be awarded the contract.
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Agenda Item Number. 1

FUNDING
Funding of $175,190.00 is currently available in the project budget. Additional funding is required to complete the project and is available from project savings as follows: Transfer from: 345-110-E076-8005-C-E0776 (Vinings Library HVAC) 345-110-E076-8005-C-E0777 (Windy Hill Senior HVAC) 345-110-E076-8005-C-E0778 (S Cobb Govt Svc Ctr HVAC) 345-110-E076-8005-C-E0779 (E Cobb Govt Svc Ctr HVAC) Transfer to: 345-110-E076-8005-C-E0769 (Cobb Co Bldg HVAC) $32,800.00 $38,910.00 $17,000.00 $17,000.00 $105,710.00

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve a contract with Q.T. Contracting, Inc., d/b/a Powers Heating and Air, in the amount of $280,900.00, for installation of Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning equipment for the 2011 SPLOST project at the Cobb County Building (Building A), 100 Cherokee Street, Marietta; authorize the corresponding budget transactions; and further authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents.

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COBB COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS REGULAR AGENDA COVER REGULAR MEETING OF MAY 14, 2013
ITEM NO.

Chair (County-wide) 1 To recommend the appointment of the Director of Senior Services.

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Agenda Item Number. 1

Cobb County Board of Commissioners


Tim Lee, Chairman 100 Cherokee Street, Suite 300 Marietta, Georgia 30090-7000 (770) 528-3305 / fax: (770) 528-2606

Comm. Dist.

TO: FROM:

Board of Commissioners Tim Lee, Chairman This item has been electronically signed by:
Tim Lee, Chairman

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To recommend the appointment of the Director of Senior Services.

BACKGROUND
I am pleased to present a recommendation from County Manager David Hankerson for Jessica Gill to be appointed to the position of Senior Services Director. Ms. Gill has served 14 years in various positions in the public and private sector in the area of aging services.

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve the appointment of Jessica Gill as Senior Services Director.

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COBB COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT HEARINGS REGULAR AGENDA COVER REGULAR MEETING OF MAY 14, 2013
ITEM NO.

Community Development Hearings 1 To request that a Show Cause Hearing be conducted to determine if due cause exists to suspend, revoke or place on probation the Cobb County Business License/Alcoholic Beverage License for Real Cabana Restaurant, Inc., doing business as, Real Cabana, located at 1977 South Cobb Dr., Suite 320, Marietta, Georgia 30060, Juan Francisco Arriaga, licensee. To request that an Appeal Hearing be conducted for Nicholas Cannon who has appealed the denial of his application for a Cobb County Alcohol Permit while working for Sportsline Bar & Grill, located at 2359 Windy Hill Road, Suite 120, Marietta, Georgia 30067. To request that an Appeal Hearing be conducted for Shafqat Masih who has appealed the denial of his application for a Cobb County Taxi Drivers Work Permit while working for Apple Taxi, located at 115 S. Fairground Street, Marietta, Georgia 30060. To request that an Appeal Hearing be conducted for Qiyi Hao, doing business as, Q Massage, 1200 Barrett Pkwy. N.W., Suite 17A, Kennesaw, Georgia 30144, Qiyi Hao, licensee, who has appealed the denial of the 2013 Cobb County Health Spa Renewal Application for Qiyi Hao, doing business as, Q Massage.

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Agenda Item Number. 1

Cobb County Community Development Agency


Rob Hosack, AICP, Director P. O. Box 649 Marietta, Georgia 30061-0649 (770) 528-2125 / fax: (770) 528-2126

Comm. Dist. 4

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Rob Hosack, AICP, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Rob Hosack, AICP, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To request that a Show Cause Hearing be conducted to determine if due cause exists to suspend, revoke or place on probation the Cobb County Business License/Alcoholic Beverage License for Real Cabana Restaurant, Inc., doing business as, Real Cabana, located at 1977 South Cobb Dr., Suite 320, Marietta, Georgia 30060, Juan Francisco Arriaga, licensee.

BACKGROUND
Attached are charges and specifications that serve as due cause to suspend, revoke or place on probation the Cobb County Business License/Alcoholic Beverage License for Real Cabana Restaurant, Inc., doing business as, Real Cabana.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners conduct a Show Cause Hearing to determine if due cause exists to suspend, revoke or place on probation the Cobb County Business License/Alcoholic Beverage License for Real Cabana Restaurant, Inc., doing business as, Real Cabana, Juan Francisco Arriaga, licensee.

ATTACHMENTS
Letter from the Business License Division Manager including procedures and charges and specifications

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Agenda Item Number. 2

Cobb County Community Development Agency


Rob Hosack, AICP, Director P. O. Box 649 Marietta, Georgia 30061-0649 (770) 528-2125 / fax: (770) 528-2126

Comm. Dist. 2

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Rob Hosack, AICP, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Rob Hosack, AICP, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To request that an Appeal Hearing be conducted for Nicholas Cannon who has appealed the denial of his application for a Cobb County Alcohol Permit while working for Sportsline Bar & Grill, located at 2359 Windy Hill Road, Suite 120, Marietta, Georgia 30067.

BACKGROUND
On February 22, 2013, the Cobb County Police Departments Permits and Regulatory Services Unit denied the Cobb County Alcohol Permit of Nicholas Canon. On March 14, 2013, the Cobb County License Review Board conducted an appeal hearing for Mr. Cannon and after considering all evidence and testimony and the online questionnaire, the License Review Board upheld the denial of the Cobb County Alcohol Permit for Mr. Cannon. Mr. Cannon has appealed the License Review Boards decision to the Cobb County Board of Commissioners.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners conduct an appeal hearing for Nicholas Canon for consideration of his alcohol permit.

ATTACHMENTS
Appeal form filed by Mr. Cannon Letter from the Business License Division Manager including procedures Copy of the online questionnaire

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COBB COUNTY BUSINESS LICENSE


P.O. Box 649 Marietta, Georgia 30061-0649 phone: (770) 528-8410 fax: (770) 528-8414 Email: businesslicense@cobbcounty.org Business License Division Manager

Paul Foster

Cobb County License Review Board


FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN APPROVAL/DENIAL OF A COBB COUNTY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE WORK PERMIT QUESTIONS FOR THE ALCOHOL WORK PERMIT APPLICANT

Permit Number: 131124

Work Permit Applicant: CANNON, NICHOLAS DANTE

1. What was the criminal offense(s) that caused the denial of the alcohol work permit? Theft by taking-felony- 093008 2. Were there extenuating circumstances with the offense such as a wreck involved, violence involved, theft, confrontation with the police, etc.? I was working at a warehouse and their were two guys that I worked with that were staeling TV`s out of the warehouse. I knew about it and when the police asked me about it I said I didnt steal any Tv`s and because I did not give the police officers the information I knew. I ended up getting the same charges as the other two. 3. What type of sentence did you receive? 3 years proation 4. Have you completed the sentence? Yes 5. Where do you live and with whom? 5716 Meadow Lane Rex,Ga. 30273 My mother 6. How long has it been since the arrest? I was arrested in 2006 and I was convicted in 2008 7. How long has it been since the conviction? 4 years and 4 months 8. Where do you work? Sportsline Bar and Grille and Full-Time college student 9. Is it a bar? Nightclub? Restaurant? Its a bar and grille 10. What type of position do you have with the establishment?

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I am a Sercurity Guard 11. What are the policies and procedures of the establishment? Be professional at all times. You must display great customer service even in a security position. You must be to work on time. We also have to go over the different laws that we should not break in cobb county in our monthly meeting. 12. What type of training does the establishment have for employees? They have training every month. We have a meeting going over all the correct procedures we should follow in the position we hold. 13. Is this the primary source of income for you? Yes 14. What have you done to ensure that you do not violate the law/ordinances in the future? ie - change of friends, change of address, change of life style Change of my life style. I am now a full time student at Southern Polytechnic State University I work full time with sportsline. I also do different internships with the school. Since this charge I have become a college graduate from Georgia Military College with a two year degree in business managment and I am six classes from getting my BA in Accounting also. I am a proud father of a six year old boy that I plan to show the path of sucess to as I raise him. I am also a military veteran. I am not perfect I try to learn from my mistakes and do everything the right way. 15. Do you have a support mechanism such as family, friends, spouse, children, church, etc? Mother 16. Are you going to school? Yes 17. If so, what is your grade point average? 2.8 18. What assurance can you provide the LRB that you will not sell/provide alcohol in violation of State or County Law? I promise I will not invovle in any act of selling alcohol in violation of state or county law. 19. Why should the LRB grant the permit? I am a full time student this job is how I take care of my son. It might not be much now but its all I have until I finish school. I have over a year with this company I took a leave of absence and I just recently came back and they told me of course under cobb county laws I needed a permit to work as sercurity. 20. What evidence can you provide the LRB that you understand State and County law regarding the sale and service of alcohol? I know that I can not allow a minor to be served alcohol and I can not allow alcohol to be served to anyone already intoxicated. 21. What has the impact been on you and the ones around you due to your criminal actions?

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It has been a very big impact on my again I was working at a warehouse some guys were stealing some Tv`s I knew about it and when the police asked me about it I would not talk so I ended up being charged with the other two guys. I was young and dum I should have giving the police all the information they needed but I didnt lesson learned. This job has prevented me from working a job at the post office making 70K a year and also has prevented me from working a job at the VA making 50k a year. Its hard but I want give up I will be a walking sucess oneday soon.

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Agenda Item Number. 3

Cobb County Community Development Agency


Rob Hosack, AICP, Director P. O. Box 649 Marietta, Georgia 30061-0649 (770) 528-2125 / fax: (770) 528-2126

Comm. Dist. 2

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Rob Hosack, AICP, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Rob Hosack, AICP, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To request that an Appeal Hearing be conducted for Shafqat Masih who has appealed the denial of his application for a Cobb County Taxi Drivers Work Permit while working for Apple Taxi, located at 115 S. Fairground Street, Marietta, Georgia 30060.

BACKGROUND
On January 10, 2013, the Cobb County Police Departments Permits and Regulatory Services Unit denied the Cobb County Taxi Cab Drivers Work Permit of Shafqat Masih. On February 7, 2013, the Cobb County License Review Board conducted an appeal hearing for Mr. Masih and after considering all evidence and testimony, the License Review Board upheld the denial of the Cobb County Taxi Drivers Work Permit for Mr. Masih. Mr. Masih has appealed the License Review Boards decision to the Cobb County Board of Commissioners.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners conduct an appeal hearing for Shafqat Masih for consideration of his taxi cab drivers permit.

ATTACHMENTS
Letter to the Mr. Masih from the Cobb County Police Department Appeal form filed by Mr. Masih Letter from the Business License Division Manager including procedures

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Agenda Item Number. 4

Cobb County Community Development Agency


Rob Hosack, AICP, Director P. O. Box 649 Marietta, Georgia 30061-0649 (770) 528-2125 / fax: (770) 528-2126

Comm. Dist. 1

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Rob Hosack, AICP, Director This item has been electronically signed by:
Rob Hosack, AICP, Director

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To request that an Appeal Hearing be conducted for Qiyi Hao, doing business as, Q Massage, 1200 Barrett Pkwy. N.W., Suite 17A, Kennesaw, Georgia 30144, Qiyi Hao, licensee, who has appealed the denial of the 2013 Cobb County Health Spa Renewal Application for Qiyi Hao, doing business as, Q Massage.

BACKGROUND
The 2013 health spa license renewal was denied by the Cobb County Business License Division Manager on February 21, 2013, as requested by the Cobb County Police Department for violations of the Cobb County Health Spa Ordinance by a massage practitioner while working at Q Massage, 1200 Barrett Pkwy. N.W., Suite 17A, Kennesaw, Georgia 30144. Mr. Hao appealed the denial to the Cobb County License Review Board; his appeal was heard before the License Review Board on March 14, 2013. After considering all evidence and testimony presented, the License Review Board upheld the denial of the 2013 health spa license for Qiyi Hao, doing business as, Q Massage. Mr. Hao has appealed the License Review Boards decision to the Cobb County Board of Commissioners.

FUNDING
N/A

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Agenda Item Number. 4

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners conduct an appeal hearing for Qiyi Hao, doing business as, Q Massage LLC, an appeal hearing regarding the denial of the 2013 health spa license for Q Massage.

ATTACHMENTS
Denial letter to the applicant from the Business License Division Manager Appeal Form Filed by Mr. Hao Letter from the Business License Division Manager including procedures Letters of correspondence between Mr. Hao and the Business License Division Manager

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PUBLIC COMMENT (CONCLUSION OF MEETING) MAY 14, 2013 Those persons wishing to address the Board of Commissioners will please sign up on the "Public Comment" sign-in sheet located inside the meeting room. The sign-in sheet is located on a table near the front of the room (under the overhead screen). Sign-in sheets will be available approximately five (5) minutes before the meeting begins. Please note that there are separate sheets for beginning of meeting and end of meeting with six (6) positions on each sheet. Persons signed up to address the Board will be called upon by the County Attorney and will please come forward to make their remarks from the podium. Each speaker will be allotted a maximum of five (5) minutes, as shown on a timer at the podium. Speakers should direct their comments toward the Chairman only. The Board is pleased to offer this opportunity at each regular meeting.

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APPOINTMENTS AGENDA COVER REGULAR MEETING OF MAY 14, 2013


ITEM NO.

To approve the appointment of Kes Stadler to the One Percent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax Citizens Oversight Committee. To approve the appointment of Thomas Davis to the Housing Authority of Cobb, Post 2.

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Agenda Item Number. 1

Cobb County Board of Commissioners


Bob Ott, Commissioner, District 2 100 Cherokee Street, Suite 300 Marietta, Georgia 30090-7000 (770) 528-3315 / fax: (770) 528-2606

Comm. Dist. All

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Bob Ott, Commissioner, District 2 This item has been electronically signed by:
Bob Ott, Commissioner, District 2

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve the appointment of Kes Stadler to the One Percent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax Citizens Oversight Committee.

BACKGROUND
To appoint Kes Stadler to the One Percent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax Citizens Oversight Committee to replace Virginia Gregory, Post 15.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve the appointment of Kes Stadler to the One Percent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax Citizens Oversight Committee.

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Agenda Item Number. 2

Cobb County Board of Commissioners


Helen C. Goreham, Commissioner, District 1 100 Cherokee Street, Suite 300 Marietta, Georgia 30090-7000 (770) 528-3313 / fax: (770) 528-2606

Comm. Dist. 1

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Helen C. Goreham, Commissioner, District 1 This item has been electronically signed by:
Helen C. Goreham, Commissioner, District 1

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
To approve the appointment of Thomas Davis to the Housing Authority of Cobb, Post 2.

BACKGROUND
Post 2 of the Housing Authority of Cobb has been vacated. This is to appoint Thomas Davis to the remainder of the term for Post 2.

FUNDING
N/A

RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Commissioners approve the appointment of Thomas Davis to the Housing Authority of Cobb, Post 2.

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COMMISSIONERS' PUBLIC ADDRESS MAY 14, 2013 (Per Section 2.01.01 of the Rules of Procedure of the Board)

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RESPONSE TO PUBLIC COMMENT (FOR INFORMATION ONLY) REGULAR MEETING OF MAY 14, 2013
ITEM NO.

Response to public comment of April 9, 2013 - Cathy Coone-McCrary

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Agenda Item Number. 1

Cobb County County Attorney's Office


100 Cherokee Street, Suite 350 Marietta, Georgia 30090-7000 (770) 528-4000 / fax: (770) 528-4010

Comm. Dist.

TO: FROM:

David Hankerson, County Manager Joseph B. Atkins, Assistant County Attorney This item has been electronically signed by:
Joseph B. Atkins, Assistant County Attorney

DATE:

May 14, 2013

PURPOSE
Response to public comment of April 9, 2013 - Cathy Coone-McCrary

ATTACHMENTS
Letter to Ms. Coone-McCrary

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