Capital projects on agenda for Oneida councilors

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ONEIDA — The city of Oneida Common Council has a full slate of legislation to discuss during its upcoming meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 3, at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 109 N. Main St.

The meeting will begin with a public comment period, followed by approval of the minutes of the council’s previous meeting on July 20.

Capital project 17-10:

Close out Capital Project 17-10 LED Street Lighting and approve unexpended funds to be transferred back to the General Fund.

Capital project 21-17:

Authorize the City Engineer to proceed with Capital Project 21-17 Replacement of Kenwood Pump Station Pipe Bridge; expend funds up to the budgeted amount for said capital project; and authorize the mayor to sign any and all documents related to Capital Project 21-17.

Extension to agreement:

Approve a six-month extension to the Rehabilitation, Demolition and Purchase Agreement for 117 East Sands St., executed by the Mayor and Alan DeFazio and Eric Decharo on Oct. 26, 2020.

Extension to agreement:

Approve a six-month extension to the Rehabilitation, Demolition and Purchase Agreement for 526 Lenox Ave., executed by the Mayor and Alan DeFazio and Eric Decharo on Oct. 26, 2020.

Online auction contract:

Authorize the mayor to sign an Online Auction Contract/Agreement for sale of government assets by online auction with Auctions International Inc. 11167 Big Tree Rd., East Aurora, NY, to sell city government vehicles, machinery, equipment and all other surplus assets.

Lease agreement:

Authorize the purchasing agent to proceed with four leases through Enterprise Fleet Management for four 2022 Chevy Tahoes for the Police Department.

Advertise for bids:

Authorize the purchasing agent to advertise for bids for water meters for 2021.

Special committee:

Approve the mayor’s appointments to a special committee established for the purpose of submitting a Downtown Revitalization Initiative grant application.

Budget transfers/
amendments:

Approve budget transfers as outlined by the comptroller.

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