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File #: 0047-2020    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 12/31/2019 In control: Recreation & Parks Committee
On agenda: 2/10/2020 Final action: 2/13/2020
Title: To authorize the Director of Recreation and Parks to enter into a contract with Dilley’s Excavating and Demolition to demolish a house and garage on newly acquired parkland located at 229 Noe Bixby; to authorize the transfer of $43,100.00 within the Recreation and Parks Bond Fund; to amend the 2019 Capital Improvements Budget Ordinance 1326-2019; to authorize the expenditure of $43,100.00 from the Voted Bond Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($43,100.00)
Attachments: 1. Noe Bixby Demolition 2019
Explanation

This ordinance is to authorize the Director of Recreation and Parks to enter into a contract with Dilley’s Excavating and Demolition to demolish a house and garage on newly acquired parkland located at 229 Noe Bixby.

Background: In 2019, the Department acquired parkland along Big Walnut Creek at 229 Noe Bixby Road, ½ mile south of Broad Street. The property has an abandoned residence, garage, and utilities which need to be demolished.

Bids were advertised through Vendor Services, in accordance with City Code Chapter 329, on November 15, 2019 and received by the Recreation and Parks Department on December 6, 2019. Bids were received from the following vendors:

Company Status Amount
Engel Excavating (MAJ) $46,500.00
Dilley’s Excavating and Demolition (MAJ) $43,100.00

After reviewing the proposals that were submitted, it was determine that Dilley’s Excavating and Demolition was the lowest and most responsive bidder.

Dilley’s Excavating and Demolition and all proposed subcontractors have met code requirements with respect to prequalification, pursuant to relevant sections of Columbus City Code Chapter 329.

Principal Parties:
Dilley’s Excavating and Demolition
Mark Dilley, (614) 419-6894
CCN: CC020567
April 26, 2021

Emergency Justification: An emergency is being requested due to the house being in is in unsafe condition and is a hazard and nuisance for the surrounding neighborhood. Access to the residence is limited, and the demolition is best completed in the winter months.

Benefits to the Public: Project aims to provide and maintain continual safe and usable park space throughout our park properties.

Area(s) Affected: Far East Area (58)

Master Plan Relation:
1.1 System-wide Strategies
1.1.2 Continue to work with neighborhood groups to improve and maintain parkland

Fiscal Impact: $43,100.00 is budgeted and avai...

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