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File #: 2021-0359    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Action Item Status: Passed
File created: 9/30/2021 In control: Board of Port Commissioners
On agenda: 11/9/2021 Final action: 11/9/2021
Title: A) RESOLUTION BY 4/5 VOTE AUTHORIZING CONTINUED ACTION FOR THE EMERGENCY REPAIR OF 6-INCH FIRE LINE AND RELATED DAMAGES AT THE GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION BUILDING IN NATIONAL CITY B) ORDINANCE AMENDING THE FISCAL YEAR 2022 BUDGET INCREASING THE MAJOR MAINTENANCE EXPENSE APPROPRIATION BY $150,000 FOR THE FIRE LINE AND SITE REPAIRS AT GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION BUILDING PROJECT TO BE FUNDED FROM AN INSURANCE REIMBURSEMENT OF $150,000 C) RESOLUTION BY 2/3 VOTE APPROVING A $100,000 TRANSFER OF FUNDS, PURSUANT TO BPC POLICY NO. 90 FROM THE FISCAL YEAR 2022 BUDGETED PERSONNEL EXPENSE APPROPRIATION TO THE MAJOR MAINTENANCE EXPENSE FOR THE FIRE LINE AND SITE REPAIRS AT GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION BUILDING PROJECT FROM SAVINGS IN THE PERSONNEL APPROPRIATION RELATED TO VACANCIES
Attachments: 1. 4. 2021-0359 Attachment A, 2. 4. 2021-0359 Draft Resolution A, 3. 4. 2021-0359 Draft Ordinance B, 4. 4. 2021-0359 Draft Resolution C
DATE: November 9, 2021

SUBJECT:

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A) RESOLUTION BY 4/5 VOTE AUTHORIZING CONTINUED ACTION FOR THE EMERGENCY REPAIR OF 6-INCH FIRE LINE AND RELATED DAMAGES AT THE GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION BUILDING IN NATIONAL CITY

B) ORDINANCE AMENDING THE FISCAL YEAR 2022 BUDGET INCREASING THE MAJOR MAINTENANCE EXPENSE APPROPRIATION BY $150,000 FOR THE FIRE LINE AND SITE REPAIRS AT GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION BUILDING PROJECT TO BE FUNDED FROM AN INSURANCE REIMBURSEMENT OF $150,000

C) RESOLUTION BY 2/3 VOTE APPROVING A $100,000 TRANSFER OF FUNDS, PURSUANT TO BPC POLICY NO. 90 FROM THE FISCAL YEAR 2022 BUDGETED PERSONNEL EXPENSE APPROPRIATION TO THE MAJOR MAINTENANCE EXPENSE FOR THE FIRE LINE AND SITE REPAIRS AT GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION BUILDING PROJECT FROM SAVINGS IN THE PERSONNEL APPROPRIATION RELATED TO VACANCIES
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:

On September 14, 2021, the Board approved a resolution ratifying the emergency action taken by the Executive Director for the emergency repair of a 6-inch fire line and related damages at General Services Administration Building, including procurement of a contractor to excavate, investigate the extent of damage, and repair the damage. On October 12, 2021, the Board approved a resolution of authorizing continued action for the emergency Repair of 6-Inch Fire Line and Related Damages at General Services Administration Building. This Agenda allows the Board to review the emergency action and determine that continued action is needed in accordance with Public Contract Code Sections 22035 and 22050 and District Resolution 2000-03 (Attachment A).

On Sunday morning, August 22, 2021, General Services staff noticed a substantial water leak coming from underneath the pavement in front of the General Services Building entrance to the north maintenance bay. The line was determined to be a 6-inch fire service water line and was quickly shut off. A sinkhole formed several hours later above the damaged 6-inch fire line and was...

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