On Monday June 14, 2021, bids were opened for the SWIF Action F Project. The project removes the silt that has built up in the large pipes and gate well structures that control the flow in and out of the dead loops in Minot. This is the final portion of the work that comprises our original SWIF plan for repair and maintenance of the existing flood control/levee system in Minot.
The purpose of this contract extension is expressly confirming for the sake of consistency that Swanson & Warcup Ltd shall continue to completion all Eminent Domain cases for which it has been assigned up to June 30, 2021.
It is recommended the City Council approve extension of the agreement with Swanson & Warcup Ltd. for CDBG-DR and CDBG-NDR Flood Buyout Acquisition Eminent Domain Proceedings to completion of assigned cases.
Knockout Designs submitted an encroachment permit application on behalf of Up Your Axe (tenant) and Creedence Properties III, LLC (owner) for a projecting sign from the eastern face of their building at 21 East Central. The bottom of the proposed sign exceeds the required minimum of eighty-inches (80”) above the elevation of the existing sidewalk below.
Recommend approval of the Right of Way Encroachment Permit Application for the projecting sign on the building at 21 East Central.
City Council set the Puppy Dog Sewer Connection Fee at $4,440 per acre. STNL Development is planning to build a commercial structure at 900 21st Ave SE, which is located within the Puppy Dog Sewer system. This commercial lot is approximately 7.93 acres but only 3.62 acres is developable so they are requesting a fee reduction
Recommend that Council approve one of the three alternatives listed in the memo.