Release: Board of Estimates Agenda for 1/18
Friday Jan 13th, 2023
204 City Hall - Baltimore Maryland 21202
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Geoff Shannon, Public Relations Officer
Baltimore, MD - The agenda for the Board of Estimates January 18th meeting is now available. It can be found on the Comptroller’s website under the Board of Estimates tab.
This agenda was produced by our new, automated BOE portal. The agenda will continue to look a little bit different each week. There are still formatting and processing modifications we are working through. Let us know if you have questions or feedback!
Items of Note
These are transactions we find interesting or may be of interest to the public, organized by agency. A separate list of items on the non-routine/discussion agenda are announced at the BOE meeting.
Page 3, Biennial Performance Audit of Baltimore City Health Department for the Fiscal Years Ended June 30, 2021 and June 30, 2020.
Page 8, Capital Construction and Maintenance Transfer of Funds. “The structural integrity of the City Hall Tunnel could pose life/safety threat to Baltimore City employees who use the tunnel on a daily basis.” Amount is $75,000.
Page 9, UMB Provider Agreement BCHD711 Star Track; Agreement is retroactive from 1/1/22- 12/31/22 for $170,000.
Page 10, Johns Hopkins University COVID Mass Vaccination CARES; Agreement requests a ratification and is retroactive from 1/1/22- 6/30/22 for $200,000.
Page 11, RND Associates Provider Agreement BCHD716; Agreement is retroactive from 1/1/22- 12/31/22 for $95,000.
Page 12, HealthCare for the Homeless Inc BCHD719; Agreement is retroactive from 1/1/22- 12/31/22 for $83,760.
Page 13, MCHRC Agreement ratification and extension; the initial agreement dates 5/1/20 from 6/30/22 and extension is until 6/30/23 for $350,000.
Housing & Community Development
Page 16, CDBG Contract amendment with BOPA, extending the contract to June 30, 2023.
Page 17, CDBG Loan, I’m Still Standing Corporation. Period of agreement is 9/1/2022 to 8/31/2023. Amount is for $100,000.
Page 19, Amendment to Agreement with Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. to extend the contract through December 31, 2022. This is a no cost time extension. Period of agreement is 7/24/2022 to 12/31/2022.
Page 39-40, Amendment to BOE Rules – Deferral Rule. Request to revise 27.01.03.04 Withdrawals and Deferrals.
Page 41, Washington v. Brown Settlement; Settlement for $190,000. Incident involved BPD officer rear ending the plaintiff's car while she was pregnant.
Page 42, Condemnation of 1238 Mosher St. Settlement. Amount is $28,000.
Neighborhood & Safety Engagement
Page 58, Grant award expenditure Project EASE; award for $100,000. Partnership with Governor’s Office of Crime prevention + MONSE for prepaid cell phones and free/proliferated LYFT transportation.
ARPA Grant Agreements:
- Page 59, Libraries Without Borders $25,000 for lowering barriers to access of mental health services in libraries for African American Communities.
- Page 60, TurnAround Inc. $300,000 for sex worker assistance and transitioning.
- Page 61, TurnAround Inc. $75,000 for dating violence prevention services.
- Page 62, Lets Thrive Agreement $100,000 for connecting Baltimore Youth to resources and straying them away from community violence.
- Page 63, Kerry Kares Foundation $25,000 resubmission for guide services for incarcerated persons to curb recidivism and connect to resources.
Baltimore Police Department
Page 64, Cooperative Contract, Outstanding Secondary Employment Contract by Office Duty Management, Inc. Period of agreement is to 1/18/2023. BPD is seeking contractual services with ODM, Inc. to aid in the outsourcing of secondary employment services.
Page 66, Payment of Outstanding Invoices for Unemployment Compensation Management Services. Provider is Experian. End-user is Department of Human Resources. Amount is $24,000.
Page 67, Coyne Chemical Inc. Payment of Outstanding Invoices for Clean Slate Dechlor Tablets; Approval requested for a Payment without a Valid Contract. Total amount is $9,279.47.
Page 69, Extension of Contract B50004936 Suspension and Spring Contractual Services. No cost extension on a is $5,000,000 contract to develop specifications and submits requisition.
Page 77-79, Second Amendment to the Consent Order for the Back River Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Page 80, Project 1259 WC1204AI, Project Construction Management, Rummel, Klepper & Kahl, LLP/AECOM JV for Druid Lake Finished Water Tanks. This is the 1st amendment that will increase the duration time of the contract by 12 months for a total contract duration time of 72 months. The current expiration date is September 27, 2022 and the new expiration date is September 27, 2023. Project fund amount is $865,791.89.
Rec & Parks
Page 100, Transfer of Funds RP21820 Chick Webb Recreation Center; Project Fund is $14,850,000.
Page 85, City Lease to Tenant - Boys and Girls Club of Metropolitan Baltimore, Inc. and Mayor and City Council of Baltimore acting by and through the Department of Recreation and Parks. The Baltimore Ravens Foundation and Stephen and Renee Bisciotti Foundation have committed to provide financial support for capital improvements and operating support.
Page 88, SB-23-10076, Approval of Developer’s Agreement No. 1784 with 2507 N. Howard Street, LLC
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