BRADENTON - At a short evening meeting Wednesday, the Bradenton City Council held no public hearings nor major discussions. Through the consent agenda, the council passed some revisions to the city's contract with the ACSFME union representing city workers. In other business, three residents of Bradenton Village Apartments expressed grievances during citizen comments, at they said were unusual discrepancies in their month-to-month water and sewage bills.
1. MEETING CALLED TO ORDER
- Mayor Wayne Poston
4. ADMINISTERING THE OATH
5. CITIZEN COMMENTS
6. CONSENT AGENDA (Passed unanimously)
a) Minutes: Sept. 18 Second Budget Hearing
b) Minutes: Sept. 25 City Council
c) Request from BPD to use forfeiture funds to buy first-aid kits for SWAT operators.
d) 2014 calendar of City Council meetings and City holidays.
e) Employee Financial Wellness Benefit - Contract with emerge.
f) Continuing services contract for ASR consulting services with ASRus, LLC.
g) Amendment No. 3 to loan agreement - to FDEP State Revolving Fund Loan SW68117P.
h) Resolution 13-46: Relating to the proposed SRF Loan application (Item g) for the replacement of the 17th Ave. W. Bridge.
i) AFSCME Union Contract.
Revisions to the contract between the city and the AFSCME Union were made. Among the changes made are:
7. BUSINESS/ADVERTISING, PETITIONS, HEARINGS AND COMMUNICATIONS
8. NEW BUSINESS BY DEPARTMENT HEADS, CITY ATTORNEY AND COUNCIL
Carl Callahan, City Clerk & Treasurer
9. BUSINESS BY APPOINTMENT
10. COUNCIL REPORTS
11. DEPARTMENT HEAD REPORTS
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