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City Council Reg. Mtg. Minutes <br /> Wednesday, May 21, 2014 <br /> Page 4 of 5 <br /> 713 — CONTRACT AWARD TO DP WAIN CONSTRUCTION, INC. FOR UPGRADES AT THE <br /> GLENN JARSTAD AQUATIC CENTER Jeff Elevado Parks & Recreation, stated that as part of <br /> the YMCA Concession Agreement with the YMCA of Kitsap and Pierce Counties to operate the <br /> City -owned Glenn Jarstad Aquatic Center, the City is obligated to fund previously identified one- <br /> time Capital Improvements. Sealed bids for the Pool Filtration and Chemical Feed System <br /> Upgrades were opened on May 19, 2014. The estimate for this project is $400,000. Three Bids <br /> were received for this project, with DP Wain Construction, Inc. submitting the lowest responsive, <br /> responsible bid at $498,497.00, including sales tax. The contract includes work the City is <br /> responsible for as well as additional improvements the YMCA will be contracting at their expense. <br /> The City's portion of the contract is $250,000. <br /> There were no questions or comments by the public... <br /> 07:01:30 Motion was made by Runyon; and seconded by Sullivan; Questions and comments were <br /> provided by Runyon, Davis, and Wheeler, with responses provided by Mr. E/evado <br /> 07:05:04 M /S /C /U (Runyon /Sullivan) Move to award a contract of $498,497.00 (including sales tax) <br /> with DP Main Construction. Inc. for the Pool Upgrades at the Jarstad Aquatic Center, approve the <br /> proposed Memorandum of Agreement between the City and YMCA for project management, and <br /> authorize the Mayor to finalize and execute the necessary documents for construction. <br /> Ronn McMahon Kitsap- Pierce YMCA Senior Vice - President Financial Development, thanked the <br /> Council for their support. <br /> COUNCIL MEMBER REPORTS <br /> Eric Younger commented on the similarities Bremerton shares with Lakewood; and looked <br /> forward to discussion next year on finding ways to encourage people to live here. <br /> Roy Runyon agreed with comments made by Council Member Younger; announced that the <br /> Finance & Investment Committee meeting on May 27 has been cancelled; looked forward to the <br /> Kitsap Harbor Festival on Saturday, May 24 and Sunday, May 25; added that the foot ferry will be <br /> operating during the Festival; and hoped people would participate in planting a garden to benefit <br /> Bremerton Foodline on Saturday, May 31 beginning at 8:00 AM at Haddon Park located at the <br /> corner of 15` and North Lafayette. <br /> Dino Davis echoed earlier comments on encouraging people to move to Bremerton; invited <br /> citizens to attend the District 5 Meeting tomorrow night, Thursday, May 22 starting at 6:30 PM at <br /> Chet's Place Restaurant located at 610 North Callow Avenue for an Update on District 5 and an <br /> opportunity to meet Bremerton Community Resource Officer Joe Sexton. <br /> Jerry McDonald emphasized that Kitsap Harbor Festival will be taking place in Bremerton and <br /> Port Orchard; announced that Clayworks is closing by the end of the month; and that the Horse & <br /> Cow restaurant will be opening soon in the downtown area. <br /> Mike Sullivan encouraged volunteers to join the "Adopt -a -Beach Program" by participating in the <br /> next Lions Park Beach Clean -Up event on Saturday, May 24 beginning at 10:00 AM; and added <br /> that he really enjoyed participating in events with the Delegation from Kure, Japan. <br /> Greg Wheeler commended the Bremerton Lions for hosting the Kure Delegation; thanked the <br /> Kiwanis Club for making the Armed Forces Parade run smoothly; and announced that the monthly <br /> Kiwanis Park Clean -Up will be held this Saturday from 9:00 to 11:00 AM. <br />