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1 PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE REGULAR COMMITTEE MEETING ~Agenda~ Atlanta City Hall 55 Trinity Ave. Atlanta, GA CITY OF ATLANTA Chairperson The Honorable Clarence "C. T." Martin Santana Kempson Wright (404) Tuesday, August 25, :00 PM Council Chamber A. CALL TO ORDER B. INTRODUCTION OF MEMBERS C. ADOPTION OF AGENDA D. APPROVAL OF MINUTES E. PRESENTATION(S) 1. Code Enforcement Update 2. Department of Corrections Quarterly Review 3. Atlanta Fire Rescue Quarterly Review 4. Atlanta Municipal Courts Quarterly Review CONSENT AGENDA F. RESOLUTION(S) - CLAIMS WITH FAVORABLE/UNFAVORABLE RECOMMENDATIONS Claims Summary Total amount of favorable claims is: $104, Claims with favorable recommendations: 15-R-3937 (1) - FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON APRIL 22, 2014 AT TEN TERMINUS PLACE. (DWM/07 - $24,817.16) #7372 CLAIM OF: Cousins Properties 3280 Peachtree Road N. E., Suite 195 Atlanta, Georgia R-3938 (2) - FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED FROM A DEMOLITION INCIDENT ON OCTOBER 27, 2014 AT 2050 LOIS DRIVE, NW. (APD/09 - $20,000.00) #7493 CLAIM OF: Ameag International Holdings, LLC Through Its Attorney Chouhan Law Firm, LLC 3330 Cumberland Boulevard Suite 500 Atlanta, Georgia Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 1 Draft as of 8/21/2015

2 15-R-3939 (3) - 15-R-3940 (4) - 15-R-3941 (5) - 15-R-3942 (6) - 15-R-3943 (7) - 15-R-3944 (8) - 15-R-3945 (9) - FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON FEBRUARY 18, 2014 AT 2740 GREENBRIAR PARKWAY. ( APD/11 $15,000.00) #7397 CLAIM OF: Jalen Kimbrough through his Attorney Kimmy, Murphy & Horsley, P.C 229 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia FOR PERSONAL INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON DECEMBER 28, 2014 AT BELL STREET. (APD/05 - $5,500.00) #7436 CLAIM OF: Desmond Jones and W. Calvin Smith, II P. C., his Attorney 3560 Lenox Road Northeast, Suite 3020 Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON MARCH 9, 2015 AT 1963 LEBANON DRIVE N. E. (DPW/06 - $4,900.98) #7494 CLAIM OF: Claire Jeanne De Rosset 1963 Lebanon Drive N. E. Atlanta, Georgia FOR PERSONAL INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON DECEMBER 28, 2014 AT BELL STREET. (APD/05 - $4,300.00)#7434 CLAIM OF: Kamal Walters and W. Calvin Smith, II P.C., his Attorney 3560 Lenox Road Northeast, Suite 3020 Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STEPPING INTO AN UNCOVERED WATER METER ON JUNE 15, 2013 AT 35 IRBY AVENUE. (DWM/08 - $4,000.00) #7374 CLAIM OF: Elizabeth Sturdivant 3207 Reserve Drive Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON AUGUST 17, 2014 AT CAMPBELLTON ROAD SW AND MT. GILEAD ROAD SW. (DWM/11 - $3,303.22).#7389 CLAIM OF: GEICO as Subrogee of McKinley Williams One Geico Center Macon, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON SEPTEMBER 10, 2013 ON REX ROAD. (APD/NA - $3,000.00) #7375 CLAIM OF: Shanitra Holloway through her Attorney Law Office of James T. Ponton, LLC 2002 Summit Boulevard Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 2 Draft as of 8/21/2015

3 15-R-3946 (10) - 15-R-3947 (11) - 15-R-3948 (12) - 15-R-3949 (13) - 15-R-3950 (14) - 15-R-3951 (15) - 15-R-3952 (16) - FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON MAY 31, 2015 AT 1262 HARDEE STREET. (AFR/05 - $2,502.69) #7396 CLAIM OF: Lakisha Cade 1262 Hardee Street Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON JULY 14, 2014 AT 2349 BENJAMIN E. MAYS DRIVE S W (AFR/10 - $2,376.79)#7439 CLAIM OF: Farm Bureau Insurance Company as Subrogee of Arthur Moore P. O. Box 7777 Macon, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON OCTOBER 17, 2014 AT 3201 M L KING DRIVE. (DPW/10 - $2,171.39) #7390 CLAIM OF: State Farm Insurance Company as Subrogee of Narica Coggins P. O. Box Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE(S) ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON FEBRUARY 14, 2015 AT 242 BOULEVARD, SE. (DPW/05 - $2,002.00) #7425 CLAIM OF: Eli D. Rachell 603 Memorial Drive Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON SEPTEMBER 10, 2013 ON REX ROAD. (APD/NA - $2,000.00) #7376 CLAIM OF: Jakirah Holloway, a minor through her Attorney Law Offices of James T. Ponton, LLC 2002 Summit Boulevard, Suite 300 Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON APRIL 15, 2014 AT 67 25TH STREET AND ALDEN AVENUE. (DPW/08 - $1,949.44) #7395 CLAIM OF: Liberty Mutual Insurance Company as Subrogee of Phil Goodrum, Jr. P. O. Box 30 East Northport, NY FOR DAMAGES ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A WATER LINE REPAIR ON DECEMBER 31, 2014 AT 366 PAINES AVENUE. (DWM/03 - $1,500.00) #7380 CLAIM OF: Ivy Esperanza 366 Paines Avenue Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 3 Draft as of 8/21/2015

4 Atlanta, Georgia R-3953 (17) - 15-R-3954 (18) - 15-R-3955 (19) - 15-R-3956 (20) - 15-R-3957 (21) - FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON APRIL 10, 2015 ON PEACHTREE AND COLLIER ROADS. (DPW/07- $1,414.23) #7379 CLAIM OF: Kyle Lewis 1601 NE 191st Street, #406 North Miami Beach, Florida FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE AT WIEUCA ROAD NE AND ROSWELL ROAD ON FEBRUARY 22, (DPW/07- $1,191.23) #7405 CLAIM OF: Michael Shuster 4795 Old Timber Ridge Road Marietta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON MARCH 9, 2015 AT SYLVAN ROAD AND MURPHY AVENUE S. W. (DPW/12 - $1,008.73) #7495 CLAIM OF: Diane Swanson 2442 Wood Valley Drive East Point, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF HIS VEHICLE BEING DRIVEN OVER A WATER VALVE ON FEBRUARY 28, 2015 AT 494 PONCE DE LEON AVENUE. (DWM/02-$905.50) #7362 CLAIM OF: Paul E. Viera, Jr th Street NE Unit 12 Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON JULY 6, 2014 AT 1125 CASCADE CIRCLE. (APD/04 - $584.62) #7391 CLAIM OF: Philip E. Darrett 2475 Compton Place Suwanee, Georgia Claims with unfavorable recommendations: 15-R-3958 (22) - FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON APRIL 13, 2015 AT KENDRICK AVENUE AND RAWLINS STREET. (APD/01) #7417 CLAIM OF: Terrence Holt and Robert R. Pagniello, PC, his attorney 651 Exchange Place Lilburn, Georgia R-3959 (23) - FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON MARCH 13, 2015 ON CAPITAL AVENUE AND FULTON STREET. ( APD/02) #7432 CLAIM OF: Vivian Hartsfield through her Attorney Morgan & Morgan Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 4 Draft as of 8/21/2015

5 P.O. Box Atlanta, Georgia R-3960 (24) - 15-R-3961 (25) - 15-R-3962 (26) - 15-R-3963 (27) - FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A LOSS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY ON FEBRUARY 4, 2015 AT 215 FORSYTH STREET. (APD/04) #7453 CLAIM OF: Johnny Kelly 250 N.E. 77th Street Miami, Florida FOR DAMAGES ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN ARREST ON OCTOBER 14, 2011 AT 253 AUBURN AVENUE. (APD/05) #7378 CLAIM OF: Abera Gebru and His Attorney, Tiffany Williams Roberts 191 Peachtree Street, Suite 3300 Atlanta, GA FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED FROM A DEMOLITION ON OCTOBER 11, 2009 AT 1138 GLENWOOD AVENUE, SE. (APD/05) #7482 CLAIM OF: Joe Braddy and Gary Bailey Through their Attorney The Roberts Law Firm, PC 462 East Paces Ferry Road, NE Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGES ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN ARREST BY AN ATLANTA POLICE OFFICER ON OCTOBER 17, 2014 AT DURANT PLACE AND 3RD STREET.(APD/06) #7377 CLAIM OF: Laurence Napolean and His Attorney, Bullman Law Group, LLC 7000 PeachtreeDunwoody Road Building 15, Suite 200 Atlanta, GA R-3964 (28) - 15-R-3965 (29) - FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT I-85 NORTHBOUND AND BUFORD HIGHWAY. (APD/07) #7409 CLAIM OF: Jethro Cantave 820 Canton Road NE Apt. #306 Marietta, Georgia FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON FEBRUARY 22, 2015 ON HELMALL ROAD. ( APD/08) #7442 CLAIM OF Hanover Insurance A/S/O Borrelli Management, LLC P.O Worcester, Massachusetts Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 5 Draft as of 8/21/2015

6 15-R-3966 (30) - 15-R-3967 (31) - 15-R-3968 (32) - FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A VEHICLE COLLISION WITH A BUILDING DURING A POLICE PURSUIT ON APRIL 6, 2010 AT 1919 DONALD LEE HOLLOWELL PARKWAY. ( APD/09) #7473 CLAIM OF: John Williamson through his Attorney Rosner & Langlais, LLC 5 Concourse Parkway, Suite 1425 Atlanta, Georgia FOR LOST PROPERTY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN ARREST ON JUNE 13, 2014 AT 3493 DONALD LEE HOLLOWELL PARKWAY. (APD/09) #7431 CLAIM OF: Tyree Patterson 300 Peachtree Street, 3L Atlanta, Georgia FOR PERSONAL INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED FROM A POLICE INCIDENT ON OCTOBER 8, 2008 AND JUNE 6, 2009 AT AN UNSPECIFIED LOCATION. (APD/NA) #7483 CLAIM OF: Olayinka Asekun Through His Attorneys Giacoma Schleicher Roberts & Daughdril 945 East Paces Ferry Road, NE Atlanta, Georgia R-3969 (33) - 15-R-3970 (34) - 15-R-3971 (35) - FOR DAMAGE(S) ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN INCIDENT AT THE HARTSFIELD - JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, NORTH TERMINAL, ON FEBRUARY 19, (DOA/NA) #7399 CLAIM OF: Mary Shinnery By and through her attorney Law Office of Tressa S. McCray, P.C Hugh Howell Road, Suite 490 Tucker, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED ON MAY 20, 2015 AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. (DOA/NA) #7443 CLAIM OF: Mimi Jerrim through her Attorney Isenberg & Hewitt, P.C 7000 Peachtree Dunwoody Road Building 15, Suite 100 Atlanta, Georgia FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF THE DENIAL OF IMPACT FEE CREDITS FOR A SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENT PROJECT ON MARCH 30, 2011 AT 575 BOULEVARD. (DPCD/01) #7484 CLAIM OF: Jeff Wilson Through His Attorneys Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 6 Draft as of 8/21/2015

7 Brock & Irby, LLC 2849 Paces Ferry Road, NE Suite 700 Atlanta, Georgia R-3972 (36) - 15-R-3973 (37) - 15-R-3974 (38) - 15-R-3975 (39) - 15-R-3976 (40) - 15-R-3977 (41) - FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED FROM A FALLEN TREE ON NOVEMBER 27, 2011 AT 682 PARK DRIVE, NE. (DPR/06) #7481 CLAIM OF: Anne Blaine 682 Park Drive, NE Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 2, 2015 AT 708 MCDONOUGH BOULEVARD. (DPW/01) #7363 CLAIM OF: David J. Mangan, II 2625 Piedmont Road Suite Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF CHANGES TO THE STREET AND SIDEWALK ON JULY 6, 2010 AT PEACHTREE BATTLE (DPW/01) #7404 CLAIM OF: Stephen Smith P O Box Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A TRIP AND FALL ON SEPTEMBER 11, 2014 ON TRINITY AVENUE AND PRYOR STREET. ( DPW/02) #7433 CLAIM OF: Gustavia Shakoor 2135 Godby Road, # 29 College Park, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF FALLING ON A SIDEWALK ON AUGUST 23, 2014 AT NORTHSIDE DRIVE, BUILDING C GWCC, 1 GEORGIA DOME DRIVE. (DPW/03) #7361 CLAIM OF: Alfredia Neece P.O. Box 7773 Marietta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 1, 2015 AT NORTHSIDE DRIVE AND MARTIN L. KING DRIVE. (DPW/03) #7364 CLAIM OF: David J. Mangan 2625 Piedmont Road Suite Atlanta, Georgia R-3978 (42) - FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 7, 2015 AT MARIETTA Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 7 Draft as of 8/21/2015

8 BOULEVARD AND BRADY AVENUE. (DPW/03) #7382 CLAIM OF: Tyrone Prayor 1084 Ollie Circle Atlanta, Georgia R-3979 (43) - 15-R-3980 (44) - 15-R-3981 (45) - 15-R-3982 (46) - 15-R-3983 (47) - 15-R-3984 (48) - FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STRIKING A GARBAGE CONTAINER ON MARCH 19, 2015 AT 142 JOSEPH E. LOWERY BOULEVARD SOUTH WEST (DPW/04) #7400 CLAIM OF: Quina McPhaul 3179 Fonseca Pass Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF RIDING OVER A POTHOLE ON SEPTEMBER 28, 2014 AT GLENWOOD AVENUE AND BILL KENNEDY WAY. (DPW/05) #7447 CLAIM OF: Sarah Toney through her Attorney Fried & Bonder Law Firm 1170 Howell Mill Road Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A ROAD DEFECT ON MARCH 20, 2014 AT 1885 MONROE DRIVE. (DPW/06) #7408 CLAIM OF: Neasia Mallon 4301 Lakeshore Crossing N.E. Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF RIDING A BIKE OVER A STREET DEFECT ON OCTOBER 5, 2014 AT 4430 DAVIDSON AVENUE. ( DPW/07) #7407 CLAIM OF: Joseph Greenfield through his Attorney Steven Jackson Esq Peachtree Street, Suite 300 Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF HITTING A CONSTRUCTION CUT ON DECEMBER 1, 2010 AT 3525 PIEDMONT ROAD. (DPW/07) #7385 CLAIM OF: Robert Rabun P O Box Roswell, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN ATLANTA STREETCAR ACCIDENT ON APRIL 25, 2015 ON AUBURN AVENUE. (DPW/08) #7446 CLAIM OF: David Holley, Jr through his Attorney Law Offices of Robert D. Stein 1497 John Robert Drive, Suite C Morrow, Georgia Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 8 Draft as of 8/21/2015

9 15-R-3985 (49) - 15-R-3986 (50) - 15-R-3987 (51) - 15-R-3988 (52) - 15-R-3989 (53) - 15-R-3990 (54) - 15-R-3991 (55) - FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON DECEMBER 26, 2014 AT 4100 BEECHWOOD DRIVE. (DPW/08) #7387 CLAIM OF: State Farm Insurance Company as Subrogee of Misty Moss P. O. Box Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON JANUARY 15, 2015 AT 566 HAMILTON HOLMES DRIVE. (DPW/09) #7402 CLAIM OF: Geico Insurance as subrogee of Daryll Tyson 4295 Ocmulgee East Boulevard Macon, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON JUNE 1, 2015 AT STONE HOGAN PARK. (DPW/11) #7450 CLAIM OF: Rebecca Robinson 2739 Waleska Way East Point, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 7, 2015 AT 2500 PERKINSON ROAD. (DPW/12) #7383 CLAIM OF: Rico Reddick 1940 Shepard Circle Atlanta, Georgia FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STORM WATER FLOODING IN APRIL OF 2014 AT 215 ATLANTA AVENUE. ( DWM/01) #7394 CLAIM OF: Cris Nix through his Attorney Cochran & Edwards 2950 Atlanta Road Smyrna, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STEPPING INTO AN UNCOVERED METER ON NOVEMBER 23, 2011 AT 28 6TH STREET. (DWM/02) #7392 CLAIM OF: Wei-Ru Lay 58 6th Street, # 2510 Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STEPPING ONTO A STORM GRATE ON JULY 20, 2012 AT TH STREET. (DWM/03) #7470 CLAIM OF: Eoin Condon 2591 Piedmont Road Unit - # 2145 Atlanta, Georgia Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 9 Draft as of 8/21/2015

10 15-R-3992 (56) - 15-R-3993 (57) - 15-R-3994 (58) - 15-R-3995 (59) - 15-R-3996 (60) - 15-R-3997 (61) - 15-R-3998 (62) - FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF FALLING INTO AN OPEN WATER METER ON JUNE 16, 2014 AT 530 JOSEPH E. LOWERY BOULEVARD. (DWM/03) #7386 CLAIM OF: Gwendolyn Waymon through her Attorney Timothy W. Storm 3425 River Drive Lawrenceville, Georgia FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON NOVEMBER 28, 2013 AT 876 RALPH DAVID ABERNATHY BOULEVARD. (DWM/04) #7440 CLAIM OF: Ashlyn Shockley 425 Chapel Street, # 1312 Atlanta, Georgia FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A SEWER MAIN REPAIR IN MAY OF 2014 AT 4701 EDWINA LANE. ( DWM/11) #7393 CLAIM OF: Johnny Nutson 3725 Will Lee Road Atlanta, Georgia FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A SEWER BACK-UP ON MARCH 15, 2012 AT 1860 FLAGLER AVENUE. ( DWM/06) #7491 CLAIM OF: Alan Patricio through his Attorney Bernard Kistler Jr Crestwood Parkway, Suite 440 Duluth, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STRIKING A TEMPORARY SEWER LINE ON APRIL 23, 2015 AT 2965 NANCY CREEK ROAD N. W. (DWM/08) #7410 CLAIM OF: Fred Henritze 2965 Nancy Creek Road N. W. Atlanta, Georgia FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A ROAD DEFECT ON JANUARY 9, 2012 AT 1215 NEW HOPE ROAD. (DWM/09) #7479 CLAIM OF: Tara Soyinka & Deming, Parker, Hoffman, Campbell & Day LLC, Her Attorney 4851 Jimmy Carter Boulevard Norcross, GA FOR PERSONAL INJURY ALLEGEDLY SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN INCIDENT ON A CITY STREET ON JANUARY 19, 2014 AT BROWN LEE AND LAWRENCE DRIVE. (DPW/10) #7468 CLAIM OF: Donnell Parks and Bey & Associates, his attorney 191 Peachtree Street, Suite 3300 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 10 Draft as of 8/21/2015

11 Atlanta, Georgia R-3999 (63) - 15-R-4000 (64) - 15-R-4001 (65) - 15-R-4002 (66) - 15-R-4003 (67) - 15-R-4004 (68) - 15-R-4005 (69) - FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF WALKING INTO AN UNCOVERED WATER METER ON APRIL 8, 2012 AT 3761 CAMPBELLTON ROAD. ( DWM/11) #7381 CLAIM OF: Barbara Jackson 3901 Campbellton Road, #I1 Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A CITY VEHICLE TRAVELING THROUGH HIS YARD ON JANUARY 3, 2011 AT 2504 CAMPBELLTON ROAD SW. (DWM/11) #7465 CLAIM OF: Horace Henry 2504 Campbellton Road SW Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF INSTALLATION OF A STORM WATER DRAIN SYSTEM ON JANUARY 1, 2011 AT 2470 NISKEY LAKE ROAD. (DWM/11) #7384 CLAIM OF: Mable Johnson 2470 Niskey Lake Road Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STEPPING ON A WATER METER ON OCTOBER 18, 2014 AT 913 OAK HILL AVENUE. (DWM/12). #7388 CLAIM OF: Shenequa Lewis and Kanner & Pintaluga, P.A., her attorney 1280 W. Peachtree Street, Suite 210 Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A ROAD DEFECT ON MARCH 31, 2015 AT FOREST PARK ROAD AND STONEWALL DRIVE. (NA/01) #7369 CLAIM OF: Angelique Welch 2702 Fairlane Drive S.E. Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON DECEMBER 26, 2014 AT I-85 AT IVAN ALLEN. (NA/02) #7403 CLAIM OF: Justina Ugwudi 795 Hammond Drive Unit - # 1110 Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON NOVEMBER 3, 2014 ON MARTIN L. KING JR. AND HAMILTON E. HOLMES DRIVES. ( NA/03) #7435 CLAIM OF: Kijana Roberts through her Attorney Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 11 Draft as of 8/21/2015

12 Foy & Associates 3343 Peachtree, Suite 350 Atlanta, Georgia R-4006 (70) - FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON NOVEMBER 3, 2014 ON MARTIN L. KING JR. AND HAMILTON E. HOLMES DRIVES. ( NA/03) #7437 CLAIM OF: Tavon Houston through his Attorney Foy & Associates 3343 Peachtree Road, Suite 350 Atlanta, Georgia R-4007 (71) - 15-R-4008 (72) - 15-R-4009 (73) - 15-R-4010 (74) - 15-R-4011 (75) - 15-R-4012 (76) - FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A ROAD DEFECT ON FEBRUARY 21, 2013 AT PIEDMONT AVENUE AND EDGEWOOD STREET. (NA/05) #7370 CLAIM OF: Jonathan Murphree 1688 Cutleaf Creek Road Grayson Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON APRIL 29, 2015 AT 1544 MONROE DRIVE. (NA/06) #7365 CLAIM OF: Ramon Daniel 3857 Kings Park Circle Macon, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MARCH 8, 2015 AT 2550 MARTIN L. KING DRIVE. (NA/10) #7366 CLAIM OF: Franklin Hagan 4778 Jackson Ridge Court Lithonia, Georgia FOR DAMAGE(S) ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER DEBRIS IN THE ROADWAY ON JUNE 11, 2015 ON FRIENDSHIP ROAD. (NA/NA) #7406 CLAIM OF: Arpnana Purani 3900 Maple Wood Trail Buford, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON APRIL 14, 2015 AT WEST STUBBS ROAD. (NA/NA) #7368 CLAIM OF: Courtney Olivari 675 Sweetgum Trace Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON JANUARY 27, 2015 AT THE Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 12 Draft as of 8/21/2015

13 INTERSECTION OF METROPOLITAN PARKWAY AND UNIVERSITY AVENUE. (NA/NA) #7398 CLAIM OF: Jennifer Snead and Dylan Littlejohn, her Attorney 844 Dill Avenue S. W. Atlanta, Georgia R-4013 (77) - 15-R-4014 (78) - 15-R-4015 (79) - FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 30, 2015 ON CAMP CREEK PARKWAY. (NA/NA) #7401 CLAIM OF: Justina Ugwudi 795 Hammond Drive Unit - # 1110 Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE(S) ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON DECEMBER 24, 2014 AT 4704 HUNTER ROAD AND ROOSEVELT HIGHWAY. (NA/NA) #7427 CLAIM OF: Kevin Savage 1000 Northside Drive, NW Apt Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 14, 2015 AT 1800 WESTGATE PARKWAY. (NA/NA) #7367 CLAIM OF: LuRico Wood 4686 Whispering Winds Place Douglasville, Georgia G. ORDINANCE(S) FOR FIRST READING 15-O-1378 (1) - AN ORDINANCE BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO ACCEPT A GRANT FROM THE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM/STATE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (DHS) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING MAINTENANCE OF SPECIALIZED TECHNICAL RESCUE EQUIPMENT ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FIRE RESCUE, AND TO AMEND THE 2016 (INTERGOVERNMENTAL GRANT FUND) DEPARTMENT OF FIRE BUDGET, BY ADDING TO ANTICIPATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS IN THE AMOUNT OF TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($25,000.00); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. 15-O-1379 (2) - AN ORDINANCE BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO ACCEPT A GRANT FROM THE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM/STATE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (DHS) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING MAINTENANCE OF SPECIALIZED TECHNICAL RESCUE EQUIPMENT ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FIRE RESCUE, AND TO AMEND THE 2016 (INTERGOVERNMENTAL GRANT FUND) DEPARTMENT OF FIRE Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 13 Draft as of 8/21/2015

14 BUDGET, BY ADDING TO ANTICIPATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS IN THE AMOUNT OF EIGHTEEN THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED SEVENTY- ONE DOLLARS AND FORTY-EIGHT CENTS ($18,471.48); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. REGULAR AGENDA H. ORDINANCE(S) FOR SECOND READING 15-O-1345 (3) - AN ORDINANCE BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO ACCEPT A GRANT FROM THE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM/STATE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (DHS) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING MAINTENANCE OF SPECIALIZED TECHNICAL RESCUE EQUIPMENT ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FIRE RESCUE, AND TO AMEND THE 2014 (INTERGOVERNMENTAL GRANT FUND) DEPARTMENT OF FIRE BUDGET, BY ADDING TO ANTICIPATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS IN THE AMOUNT OF FORTY SIX-THOUSAND, TWO HUNDRED THIRTY TWO DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($46,232.00); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. 15-O-1361 (4) - AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER C T MARTIN TO AMEND CHAPTER 162, ARTICLE II, SO AS TO REDUCE THE REGULATORY BURDEN ON THE TAXICAB INDUSTRY IN ORDER TO PROMOTE A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD IN THE VEHICLES FOR HIRE INDUSTRY; TO AMEND INSPECTION PROVISIONS TO PROVIDE FOR RANDOM TAXIMETER AND COMFORT INSPECTIONS IN LIEU OF REGULAR INSPECTIONS; TO SET THE AGE LIMIT FOR TAXICABS AT TEN (10) YEARS; TO CLARIFY AND REVISE THE SCHEDULE OF ADMINISTRATIVE FINES FOR VIOLATIONS OF CHAPTER 162; TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF CPNCS WHICH MUST BE OWNED OR LEASED FOR COMPANY PERMIT ELIGIBILITY; TO ELIMINATE CPNC TRANSFER FEES; TO ALLOW COMPANIES TO MAINTAIN AN OFFICE WITHIN THE STATE OF GEORGIA; TO PROHIBIT EMPLOYEES OF BUSINESSES LICENSED AS HOTELS, LODGINGHOUSES, OR ROOMINGHOUSES UNDER CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE XI FROM DIRECTING PATRONS TO UNLICENSED VEHICLES FOR HIRE OR TO PERMIT STAGING IN VIOLATION OF STATE LAW; TO PROHIBIT SOLICITATION IN OPEN TAXICAB STANDS; TO CLARIFY THE PROHIBITION ON THE USE OF OPEN TAXICAB STANDS BY VEHICLES FOR HIRE OTHER THAN TAXICABS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. I. RESOLUTION(S) 15-R-3874 (5) - A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER MARY NORWOOD AS AMENDED BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE ESTABLISHING THE METRO ATLANTA TASK FORCE TO PREVENT GANG VIOLENCE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. 15-R-3920 (6) - A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER KWANZA HALL TO CREATE AND AUTHORIZE A DESIGN TEAM FOR A PILOT PRE-ARREST DIVERSION INITIATIVE IN THE CITY OF ATLANTA; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 14 Draft as of 8/21/2015

15 15-R-3931 (7) - A RESOLUTION BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF LATREICE MITCHELL V. CITY OF ATLANTA, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 15-EV D, FULTON COUNTY STATE COURT, IN THE AMOUNT OF $20,000.00; AUTHORIZING SAID AMOUNT TO BE PAID FROM 5051 (WATER & WASTEWATER REVENUE FUND) CENTER NUMBER (DWM BURIED INFRASTRUCTURE) (PROPERTY/LIQUIDATION) AND (WATER ADMINISTRATION); AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO DISTRIBUTE THE TOTAL SETTLEMENT AMOUNT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. 15-R-3932 (8) - A RESOLUTION BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF THOMAS CONCRETE OF GEORGIA, INC. V. CITY OF ATLANTA AND BEAZER HOMES CORPORATION, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO CV , FULTON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT, IN THE AMOUNT OF $100,000.00; AUTHORIZING SAID AMOUNT TO BE PAID FROM 5051 (WATER & WASTEWATER REVENUE FUND) CENTER NUMBER (DWM BURIED INFRASTRUCTURE) (PROPERTY/LIQUIDATION) AND (WATER ADMINISTRATION); AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO DISTRIBUTE THE TOTAL SETTLEMENT AMOUNT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. 15-R-3933 (9) - 15-R-3934 (10) - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AN APPROPRIATE CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH KEEFE COMMISSARY NETWORK FOR FC-7098, FOR INMATE COMMISSARY SERVICES, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED FOUR HUNDRED EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($480,000.00) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING LABOR, SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS NECESSARY FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUST FUND AND THE MANAGEMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF COMMISSARY GOODS FOR DETAINEES IN THE ATLANTA CITY DETENTION CENTER (ACDC); PROVIDER SHALL PAY A COMMISSION OF 35% OF THE MONTHLY GROSS SALES FOR REGULAR COMMISSARY AND SEASONAL/HOLIDAY SPECIALTY PACKAGE SALES, WITH A MINIMUM ANNUAL GUARANTEE ( MAG ) OF $45,000.00; ALL COMMISSIONS OWED TO THE CITY SHALL BE DEPOSITED TO 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORRECTINAL FOOD SERVICES), (PROCEEDS FROM INMATES), (ADULT CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS), (INMATE DEPOSITS), (NON-CAPITAL TRUST PROJECTS) AND ALL CONTRACTED WORK SHALL BE CHARGED AND PAID FROM; 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORR COMMISIONER OF CORRE), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL), (CHIEF EXECUTIVE), (JAIL FUND ADMINISTRATION), (JAIL ADMIN N CONST 9996); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 15 Draft as of 8/21/2015

16 SOLUTIONS, INC. ( I/O SOLUTIONS ) FOR FC-8101, ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF POLICE ( DEPARTMENT ), IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($200,000) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATIONS. ALL COSTS TO BE CHARGED TO 1001 (GENERAL FUND), (APD POLICE ADMINISTRATION), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL SERV), (POLICE ADMINISTRATION); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. 15-R-3935 (11) - 15-R-3936 (12) - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO ENTER INTO RENEWAL NUMBER 1 TO THE CONTRACTS FOR FC-5683 CITYWIDE DEMOLITION CONTRACT FOR DEMOLITION SERVICES, WITH KISSBERG CONSTRUCTION, INC. FC (A), COMPLETE DEMOLITION SERVICES, INC., FC-5683 (B), HOBGOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC., FC-5683 (C) AND SOUTHERN DEMOLITION & ENVIRONMENTAL, INC., FC-5683 (E) TO PROVIDE CITY-WIDE DEMOLITION SERVICES FOR THE PURPOSE OF INCREASING THE NOT TO EXCEED AMOUNT BY AN ADDITIONAL ONE MILLION SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($1,700,000.00) FOR ALL CONTRACTORS; ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNTS LISTED BELOW; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO ENTER INTO AMENDMENT RENEWAL NUMBER 1 TO THE CONTRACTS FOR FC-5684 CITYWIDE CLEAN AND CLOSE CONTRACT FOR CLEAN AND CLOSE SERVICES, WITH CTC CONSTRUCTION, LLC., FC-5684 (A) AND HOBGOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC., FC-5684 (C) TO PROVIDE CITY-WIDE CLEAN AND CLOSE SERVICES FOR THE PURPOSE OF INCREASING THE NOT TO EXCEED AMOUNT BY AN ADDITIONAL FIFTY SEVENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($5075,000.00) FOR ALL CONTRACTORS; ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNTS LISTED BELOW; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. J. PAPER(S) HELD IN COMMITTEE 14-O-1014 (13) - AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER NATALYN M. ARCHIBONG TO ACTIVATE (CURRENTLY RESERVED) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, SO AS TO EXEMPT PROPERTIES CERTIFIED BY THE NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION AS WILDLIFE HABITATS, FROM ALL CITY OF ATLANTA VEGETATIVE GROWTH, WEED, GRASS AND NUISANCE ORDINANCES AND REGULATIONS; TO WAIVE CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND CODE SECTIONS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Held 1/14/14 at the request of the Law Department for further review.) 14-O-1069 (14) - AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER MICHAEL J. BOND TO AMEND CHAPTER 10 (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES), ARTICLE II (DEALERS AND MANUFACTURER), DIVISION 2 (LICENSE), SUBDIVISION III (RENEWAL, REVOCATION AND TRANSFER) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 16 Draft as of 8/21/2015

17 CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, SO AS TO CREATE MANDATORY PROGRESSIVE PENALTIES FOR DUE CAUSE FINDINGS MADE BY THE LICENSE REVIEW BOARD AND PENALTIES IMPOSED BY THE MAYOR; TO WAIVE CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND CODE SECTIONS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Held 2/14/14 for more information) 14-O-1070 (15) - AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS ALEX WAN AND MICHAEL J. BOND TO AMEND CHAPTER 10 (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES), ARTICLE II (DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS), DIVISION 2 (LICENSE), SUBDIVISION III (RENEWAL, REVOCATION AND TRANSFER), SECTION ("MANDATORY PROGRESSIVE PENALTIES FOR 'DUE CAUSE' FINDINGS BY THE LICENSE REVIEW BOARD AND PENALTIES IMPOSED BY THE MAYOR") OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, SO AS TO AUTHORIZE THE MAYOR TO ACT UPON LICENSE REVIEW BOARD DUE CAUSE RECOMMENDATIONS WITHIN 60 DAYS OF THE BOARD'S FINDING; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Held 2/14/14 for more information) 14-O-1336 (16) - AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER KEISHA LANCE BOTTOMS AMENDING THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES ADDING SECTION TO PART II, CHAPTER 62 COURTS, ARTICLE II MUNICIPAL COURT, DIVISION 1 OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE PURPOSE OF ESTABLISHING MUNICIPAL COURT HOURS OF OPERATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Public Hearing held 11/10/14) (Held 11/10/14 for further discussions) 14-O-1337 (17) - AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER KEISHA LANCE BOTTOMS TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA ADOPTED UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE AUTHORITY OF THE MUNICIPAL HOME RULE ACT OF 1965, O.C.G.A. SECTION ET SEQ., AS AMENDED, SO AS TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 1996 GA LAWS P. 4469, ET SEQ., BY AMENDING SUBPART A, ARTICLE 4, COURTS, SECTIONS (G) AND 4-105(B) OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE PURPOSE OF MODIFYING JUDGE COMPENSATION AND CHIEF JUDGE DUTIES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (2 nd Reading, 1 st Adoption) (Held 6/24/14 for a Work Session) (Work session to be held Thursday, November 13, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. in Committee Room #2) 14-R-3826 (18) - A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER IVORY LEE YOUNG, JR. URGING THE STATE OF GEORGIA GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO PROTECT GEORGIA RESIDENTS FROM THE LAW ENFORCEMENT USE OF DRONES (UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES) IN LOCAL AIR SPACE FOR THE PURPOSES OF UNRESTRICTED, ARBITRARY SURVEILLANCE, INVESTIGATION, INFORMATION GATHERING, OR ANY OTHER USE THAT POSES A THREAT TO THE PRIVACY, CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 17 Draft as of 8/21/2015

18 AND GENERAL WELFARE OF THE RESIDENTS OF GEORGIA; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Held 10/14/14 at the request of the Law Department) 14-O-1485 (19) - AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER FELICIA A. MOORE TO AMEND SECTION 70-28(B)(2) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA ( ALARM SYSTEMS ), SO AS TO PROVIDE FOR AUTOMATIC ANNUAL RENEWAL OF THE ALARM PERMIT IF THERE HAS BEEN NO CHANGE OR TRANSFER OF THE PREMISES AFTER THE INITIAL ISSUANCE OF THE PERMIT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Held 10/14/14 at the request of the Law Department) 15-O-1042 (20) - AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS CLETA WINSLOW AND CARLA SMITH TO AMEND CHAPTER 10, ARTICLE II, SECTION (B) OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES SO AS TO PROVIDE AN EXEMPTION FROM THE DISTANCE REQUIREMENTS LISTED IN SECTION FOR PACKAGE STORES LICENSED TO SELL MALT BEVERAGES AND/OR WINE BY THE PACKAGE FOR AN ESTABLISHMENT LOCATED AT 464 WINDSOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30312; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Held 1/27/15 at the request of the Law Department) 15-O-1073 (21) - AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS MICHAEL J. BOND AND C. T. MARTIN TO AMEND SECTION OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CHAPTER 10 (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES), ARTICLE II (DEALERS AND MANUFACTURER), DIVISION 2 (LICENSE), SUBDIVISION III (RENEWAL, REVOCATION TRANSFER) SO AS TO CREATE MANDATORY PROGRESSIVE PENALTIES FOR "DUE CAUSE" FINDINGS MADE BY THE LICENSE REVIEW BOARD AND PENALTIES IMPOSED BY THE MAYOR; TO WAIVE CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND CODE SECTIONS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Held 2/24/15 at the request of the Law Department) 15-O-1094 (22) - AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS MICHAEL J. BOND AND ANDRE DICKENS TO AMEND CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE XXIII OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES, (VENDING ON PUBLIC PROPERTY), IN ORDER TO ADD NO MORE THAN X VENDING CART LOCATIONS NEAR TURNER FIELD; TO GIVE PERSONS PERMITTED BY THE CITY OF ATLANTA AS VENDORS AND AUTHORIZED TO VEND ON PUBLIC PROPERTY NEAR TURNER FIELD AT THE TIME OF THE ADOPTION OF THE PUBLIC VENDING MANAGEMENT PROGRAM A FIRST RIGHT OF REFUSAL DURING THE LOTTERY-TYPE SELECTION PROCESS HELD FOR THE LOCATIONS CREATED IN THIS ORDINANCE; TO ADOPT A SUNSET PROVISION WHEREBY THE AMENDMENTS CONTAINED IN THIS ORDINANCE WILL EXPIRE ON DECEMBER 31, 2016; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Held 2/24/15 at the request of the Law Department) Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 18 Draft as of 8/21/2015

19 15-R-3143 (23) - FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED FROM A DEMOLITION INCIDENT ON MAY 28, 2013, AT 735 MARTIN STREET. (APD/01) #6141 CLAIM OF: Zack Schneeberger (Held 2/10/15 by the Committee) 15-O-1141 (24) - AN ORDINANCE BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AMENDING CHAPTER 98, ARTICLE II, DIVISION 1, SECTION OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ADJUSTING THE FEES FOR FINGERPRINTING SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF POLICE TO THE PUBLIC, IN ORDER TO OFF-SET THE INCREASED COSTS OF PROVIDING SUCH SERVICES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Public Hearing held 4/28/15) (Held 4/28/15) 15-R-3636 (25) - 15-O-1307 (26) - FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF THE FAILURE TO PAY FOR LOSS UNUSED ANNUAL LEAVE IN (DHR/04) # 6854 CLAIM OF: Alfred Berry Jr. 165 Princeton Trace Fayetteville, GA Referred back to PSLA Committee by Full Council 6/1/15. (Held 6/9/15 by the Committee) AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER CLETA WINSLOW TO AMEND CHAPTER 106 (OFFENSES AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS), ARTICLE III, (OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER), SECTION (MONETARY SOLICITATION), SO AS TO ADD SPI-21 (SPECIAL PUBLIC INTEREST DISTRICT: HISTORIC WEST END/ADAIR PARK) AS A LOCATION WHERE MONETARY SOLICITATION IS PROHIBITED; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Held 7/14/15 at the request of the Law Department for further review.) 15-R-3895 (27) - 15-R-3794 (28) - FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A CITY EMPLOYEE DAMAGING A RETAINING WALL ON JANUARY 5, 2015 AT 1157 BOOKER AVENUE SW. (DPW/12) #7291 CLAIM OF: Mary Render 1157 Booker Avenue SW Atlanta, Georgia (Held 7/28/15 by the Committee.) A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE AN APPROPRIATE SPECIAL PROCUREMENT AGREEMENT, Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 19 Draft as of 8/21/2015

20 PURSUANT TO OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES BY THE DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT AS FC-8342, FOR PURCHASE NOT TO EXCEED ONE THOUSAND, TWO HUNDRED FIFTY (1250) POLICE WORN BODY CAMERAS AND VIDEO STORAGE FROM TASER INTERNATIONAL, ON BEHALF OF THE ATLANTA POLICE DEPARTMENT ( DEPARTMENT ), IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED ONE MILLION, THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,300,000), WITH THE PURCHASE OF 1100 POLICE BODY CAMERAS AND VIDEO STORAGE NOT TO EXCEED ONE MILLION, ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,100,000) WITH COSTS CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM: 7701-TRUST FUND, APD CHIEF OF POLICE, EQUIPMENT ($1,000-4,999), CHIEF EXECUTIVE, FEDERAL-RICO, FUNDING SOURCE NON CAPITAL TRUST; WITH 150 ATLANTA AIRPORT POLICE BODY CAMERAS AND VIDEO STORAGE NOT TO EXCEED TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($200,000) WITH COST CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM: 5501 AIRPORT REVENUE FUND, APD AIRPORT UNIT, CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL SERV, PROFESSIONAL PATROL; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Held 7/28/15 by the Committee for further discussion and additional information.) 15-R-3878 (29) - A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBERS FELICIA A. MOORE, MICHAEL JULIAN BOND AND ANDRE DICKENS EXPRESSING THE PREFERENCE OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT, IN COORDINATION WITH THE ATLANTA POLICE DEPARTMENT, TO DRAFT A SOLICITATION FOR THE PURCHASE OF BODY WORN CAMERAS; TO REQUEST A REPORT TO BE ISSUED TO THE PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Held 7/28/15 by the Committee for further discussion and additional information.) K. REQUESTED ITEM(S) 6/23/15 1. Councilmember Norwood asked Fire Chief Joel Baker to provide the Committee with the percentage of fire related calls and medical related calls for the last quarter. 2. Councilmember Martin asked Fire Chief Baker to make sure priority is given to the remaining fire equipment in need of repair and to report back to the committee once all repairs have been made. L. REMARK(S) FROM THE PUBLIC M. ADJOURNMENT Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Page 20 Draft as of 8/21/2015

21 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3937 F.1 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON APRIL 22, 2014 AT TEN TERMINUS PLACE. (DWM/07 - $24,817.16) #7372 CLAIM OF: Cousins Properties 3280 Peachtree Road N. E., Suite 195 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 1:25 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 33

22 Entered 06/5/14 F.1 14L DWM/07 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Cousins Properties 3280 Peachtree Road N. E., Suite 195 Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON APRIL 22, 2014 AT TEN TERMINUS PLACE. (DWM/07 - $24,817.16) #7372 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Cousins Properties the sum of $24, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of property damage allegedly sustained as a result of an automobile accident on April 22, 2014 at Ten Terminus Place as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account 5051/171001/ / R-3937 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 34

23 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3938 F.2 FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED FROM A DEMOLITION INCIDENT ON OCTOBER 27, 2014 AT 2050 LOIS DRIVE, NW. (APD/09 - $20,000.00) #7493 CLAIM OF: Ameag International Holdings, LLC Through Its Attorney Chouhan Law Firm, LLC 3330 Cumberland Boulevard Suite 500 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:18 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 35

24 Entered 01/28/15 F.2 CL 15L APD/09 - Gwendolyn Burns CLAIM OF: Ameag International Holdings, LLC Through Its Attorney Chouhan Law Firm, LLC 3330 Cumberland Boulevard Suite 500 Atlanta, Georgia FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED FROM A DEMOLITION INCIDENT ON OCTOBER 27, 2014 AT 2050 LOIS DRIVE, NW. (APD/09 - $20,000.00) #7493 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Ameag International Holdings, LLC Through Its Attorney Chouhan Law Firm, LLC the sum of $20, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of property damage allegedly sustained from a demolition incident on October 27, 2014 at 2050 Lois Drive, NW.as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account 1001/200101/ / R-3938 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 36

25 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3939 F.3 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON FEBRUARY 18, 2014 AT 2740 GREENBRIAR PARKWAY. ( APD/11 $15,000.00) #7397 CLAIM OF: Jalen Kimbrough through his Attorney Kimmy, Murphy & Horsley, P.C 229 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 1:31 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 37

26 Entered 04/23/14 F.3 CL 14L APD/11 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Jalen Kimbrough through his Attorney Kimmy, Murphy & Horsley, P.C 229 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON FEBRUARY 18, 2014 AT 2740 GREENBRIAR PARKWAY. ( APD/11 $15,000.00) #7397 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Jalen Kimbrough and Kimmy, Murphy & Horsley, P.C. The sum of $15, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damage alleged to have been sustained as a result of a motor vehicle accident on February 18, 2014 at 2740 Greenbriar Parkway as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account R-3939 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 38

27 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3940 F.4 FOR PERSONAL INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON DECEMBER 28, 2014 AT BELL STREET. (APD/05 - $5,500.00) #7436 CLAIM OF: Desmond Jones and W. Calvin Smith, II P. C., his Attorney 3560 Lenox Road Northeast, Suite 3020 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 1:33 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 39

28 Entered 06/12/15 F.4 15L APD/05 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Desmond Jones and W. Calvin Smith, II P. C., his Attorney 3560 Lenox Road Northeast, Suite 3020 Atlanta, Georgia FOR PERSONAL INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON DECEMBER 28, 2014 AT BELL STREET. (APD/05 - $5,500.00) #7436 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Desmond Jones and W. Calvin Smith, II P.C., his Attorney The sum of $5, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of personal injury allegedly sustained as a result of an automobile accident on December 28, 2014 at Bell Street as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account 1001/200101/ / R-3940 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 40

29 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3941 F.5 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON MARCH 9, 2015 AT 1963 LEBANON DRIVE N. E. (DPW/06 - $4,900.98) #7494 CLAIM OF: Claire Jeanne De Rosset 1963 Lebanon Drive N. E. Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/14/2015 3:16 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 41

30 Entered 07/21/15 F.5 15L DPW/06 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Claire Jeanne De Rosset 1963 Lebanon Drive N. E. Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON MARCH 9, 2015 AT 1963 LEBANON DRIVE N. E. (DPW/06 - $4,900.98) #7494 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Claire Jeanne De Rosset the sum of $4, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of property damage allegedly sustained as a result of an automobile accident on March 9, 2015 at 1963 Lebanon Drive N. E. As is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account 1001/200101/ / R-3941 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 42

31 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3942 F.6 FOR PERSONAL INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON DECEMBER 28, 2014 AT BELL STREET. (APD/05 - $4,300.00)#7434 CLAIM OF: Kamal Walters and W. Calvin Smith, II P.C., his Attorney 3560 Lenox Road Northeast, Suite 3020 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 2:16 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 43

32 Entered 03/25/15 F.6 15L0158-A - APD/05 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Kamal Walters and W. Calvin Smith, II P.C., his Attorney 3560 Lenox Road Northeast, Suite 3020 Atlanta, Georgia FOR PERSONAL INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON DECEMBER 28, 2014 AT BELL STREET. (APD/05 - $4,300.00)#7434 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Kamal Walters and W. Calvin Smith, II P.C., his Attorney The sum of $4, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of personal injury allegedly sustained as a result of an automobile accident on December 28, 2014 at Bell Street as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account 1001/200101/ / R-3942 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 44

33 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3943 F.7 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STEPPING INTO AN UNCOVERED WATER METER ON JUNE 15, 2013 AT 35 IRBY AVENUE. (DWM/08 - $4,000.00) #7374 CLAIM OF: Elizabeth Sturdivant 3207 Reserve Drive Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 1:38 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 45

34 Entered 12/23/13 F.7 CL 13L DWM/08 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Elizabeth Sturdivant 3207 Reserve Drive Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STEPPING INTO AN UNCOVERED WATER METER ON JUNE 15, 2013 AT 35 IRBY AVENUE. (DWM/08 - $4,000.00) #7374 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Elizabeth Sturdivant the sum of $4, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damage alleged to have been sustained as a result of stepping into an uncovered water meter on June 15, 2013 at 35 Irby Avenue as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account R-3943 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 46

35 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3944 F.8 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON AUGUST 17, 2014 AT CAMPBELLTON ROAD SW AND MT. GILEAD ROAD SW. (DWM/11 - $3,303.22).#7389 CLAIM OF: GEICO as Subrogee of McKinley Williams One Geico Center Macon, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 1:41 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 47

36 Entered 10/29/14 F.8 14L0648-A - DWM/11 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: GEICO as Subrogee of McKinley Williams One Geico Center Macon, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON AUGUST 17, 2014 AT CAMPBELLTON ROAD SW AND MT. GILEAD ROAD SW. (DWM/11 - $3,303.22).#7389 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to GEICO as Subrogee of McKinley Williams the sum of $3, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of property damage allegedly sustained as a result of an automobile accident on August 17, 2014 at Campbellton Road SW and Mt. Gilead Road SW As is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account 5051/171001/ / R-3944 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 48

37 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3945 F.9 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON SEPTEMBER 10, 2013 ON REX ROAD. (APD/NA - $3,000.00) #7375 CLAIM OF: Shanitra Holloway through her Attorney Law Office of James T. Ponton, LLC 2002 Summit Boulevard Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 1:43 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 49

38 Entered 03/24/14 F.9 CL 13L0652-B - APD/NA - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Shanitra Holloway through her Attorney Law Office of James T. Ponton, LLC 2002 Summit Boulevard FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON SEPTEMBER 10, 2013 ON REX ROAD. (APD/NA - $3,000.00) #7375 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Shanitra Holloway and Law Office of James Ponton, LLC the sum of $3, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of a motor vehicle accident on September 10, 2013 on Rex Road as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account R-3945 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 50

39 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3946 F.10 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON MAY 31, 2015 AT 1262 HARDEE STREET. (AFR/05 - $2,502.69) #7396 CLAIM OF: Lakisha Cade 1262 Hardee Street Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 1:44 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 51

40 Entered 07/13/15 F.10 15L AFR/05 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Lakisha Cade 1262 Hardee Street Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON MAY 31, 2015 AT 1262 HARDEE STREET. (AFR/05 - $2,502.69) #7396 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Lakisha Cade the sum of $2, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of property damage allegedly sustained as a result of an automobile accident on May 31, 2015 at 1262 Hardee Street as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account 1001/200101/ / R-3946 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 52

41 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3947 F.11 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON JULY 14, 2014 AT 2349 BENJAMIN E. MAYS DRIVE S W (AFR/10 - $2,376.79)#7439 CLAIM OF: Farm Bureau Insurance Company as Subrogee of Arthur Moore P. O. Box 7777 Macon, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 1:46 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 53

42 Entered 01/9/15 F.11 14L AFR/10 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Farm Bureau Insurance Company as Subrogee of Arthur Moore P. O. Box 7777 Macon, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON JULY 14, 2014 AT 2349 BENJAMIN E. MAYS DRIVE S W (AFR/10 - $2,376.79)#7439 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Farm Bureau Insurance Company as Subrogee of Arthur Moore the sum of $2, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of property damage allegedly sustained as a result of an automobile accident on July 14, 2014 at 2349 Benjamin e. Mays Drive S. W. As is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account 1001/200101/ / R-3947 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 54

43 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3948 F.12 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON OCTOBER 17, 2014 AT 3201 M L KING DRIVE. (DPW/10 - $2,171.39) #7390 CLAIM OF: State Farm Insurance Company as Subrogee of Narica Coggins P. O. Box Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 1:49 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 55

44 Entered 04/10/15 F.12 14L0838-A - DPW/10 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: State Farm Insurance Company as Subrogee of Narica Coggins P. O. Box Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON OCTOBER 17, 2014 AT 3201 M L KING DRIVE. (DPW/10 - $2,171.39) #7390 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to State Farm Insurance Company as Subrogee of Narica Coggins the sum of $2, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of property damage allegedly sustained as a result of an automobile accident on October 17, 2014 at 3201 M L King Drive as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account 1001/200101/ / R-3948 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 56

45 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3949 F.13 FOR DAMAGE(S) ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON FEBRUARY 14, 2015 AT 242 BOULEVARD, SE. (DPW/05 - $2,002.00) #7425 CLAIM OF: Eli D. Rachell 603 Memorial Drive Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 1:55 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 57

46 Entered 03/30/15 F.13 CL 15L DPW/05 - Toni Booth-Comer CLAIM OF: Eli D. Rachell 603 Memorial Drive Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE(S) ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON FEBRUARY 14, 2015 AT 242 BOULEVARD, SE. (DPW/05 - $2,002.00) #7425 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Eli D. Rachell. The sum of $2, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of property damage allegedly sustained as a result of driving over a pothole on February 14, 2015 at 242 Boulevard, SE as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account 1001/200101/ / R-3949 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 58

47 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3950 F.14 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON SEPTEMBER 10, 2013 ON REX ROAD. (APD/NA - $2,000.00) #7376 CLAIM OF: Jakirah Holloway, a minor through her Attorney Law Offices of James T. Ponton, LLC 2002 Summit Boulevard, Suite 300 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 1:57 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 59

48 Entered 03/24/14 F.14 CL 13L0652-C - APD/NA - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Jakirah Holloway, a minor through her Attorney Law Offices of James T. Ponton, LLC 2002 Summit Boulevard, Suite 300 Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON SEPTEMBER 10, 2013 ON REX ROAD. (APD/NA - $2,000.00) #7376 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Jakirah Holloway, a minor and Law Offices of James T. Ponton, LLC the sum of $2, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damage alleged to have been sustained as a result of a motor vehicle accident on September 10, 2013 on Rex Road as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account R-3950 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 60

49 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3951 F.15 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON APRIL 15, 2014 AT 67 25TH STREET AND ALDEN AVENUE. (DPW/08 - $1,949.44) #7395 CLAIM OF: Liberty Mutual Insurance Company as Subrogee of Phil Goodrum, Jr. P. O. Box 30 East Northport, NY Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 1:58 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 61

50 Entered 06/20/14 F.15 14L DPW/08 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Liberty Mutual Insurance Company as Subrogee of Phil Goodrum, Jr. P. O. Box 30 East Northport, NY FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON APRIL 15, 2014 AT 67 25TH STREET AND ALDEN AVENUE. (DPW/08 - $1,949.44) #7395 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Liberty Mutual Insurance Company as Subrogee of Phil Goodrum, Jr. The sum of $1, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of property damage allegedly sustained as a result of an automobile accident on April 15, 2014 at 67 25th Street and Alden Avenue as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account 1001/200101/ / R-3951 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 62

51 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3952 F.16 FOR DAMAGES ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A WATER LINE REPAIR ON DECEMBER 31, 2014 AT 366 PAINES AVENUE. (DWM/03 - $1,500.00) #7380 CLAIM OF: Ivy Esperanza 366 Paines Avenue Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 2:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 63

52 Entered 05/26/15 F.16 CL15L DWM/03 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Ivy Esperanza 366 Paines Avenue Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGES ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A WATER LINE REPAIR ON DECEMBER 31, 2014 AT 366 PAINES AVENUE. (DWM/03 - $1,500.00) #7380 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Ivy Esperanza the sum of $1, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damage alleged to have been sustained as a result of a water line repair on December 31, 2014 at 366 Paines Avenue as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account R-3952 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 64

53 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3953 F.17 FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON APRIL 10, 2015 ON PEACHTREE AND COLLIER ROADS. (DPW/07- $1,414.23) #7379 CLAIM OF: Kyle Lewis 1601 NE 191st Street, #406 North Miami Beach, Florida Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 2:02 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 65

54 Entered 06/16/15 F.17 CL 15L DPW/07 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Kyle Lewis 1601 NE 191st Street, #406 North Miami Beach, Florida FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON APRIL 10, 2015 ON PEACHTREE AND COLLIER ROADS. (DPW/07- $1,414.23) #7379 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Kyle Lewis the sum of $1, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damage alleged to have been sustained as a result of a motor vehicle accident on April 10, 2015 on Peachtree and Collier Roads as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account R-3953 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 66

55 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3954 F.18 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE AT WIEUCA ROAD NE AND ROSWELL ROAD ON FEBRUARY 22, (DPW/07- $1,191.23) #7405 CLAIM OF: Michael Shuster 4795 Old Timber Ridge Road Marietta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 2:04 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 67

56 Entered 04/3/15 F.18 CL 15L DPW/07 - Toni Booth-Comer CLAIM OF: Michael Shuster 4795 Old Timber Ridge Road Marietta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE AT WIEUCA ROAD NE AND ROSWELL ROAD ON FEBRUARY 22, (DPW/07- $1,191.23) #7405 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Michael Shuster. The sum of $1, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of property damage allegedly sustained as a result of driving over a pothole on February 22, 2015 at Wieuca Road NE and Roswell Road as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account 1001/200101/ / R-3954 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 68

57 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3955 F.19 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON MARCH 9, 2015 AT SYLVAN ROAD AND MURPHY AVENUE S. W. (DPW/12 - $1,008.73) #7495 CLAIM OF: Diane Swanson 2442 Wood Valley Drive East Point, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 2:06 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 69

58 Entered 06/4/15 F.19 15L0201-A - DPW/12 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Diane Swanson 2442 Wood Valley Drive East Point, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON MARCH 9, 2015 AT SYLVAN ROAD AND MURPHY AVENUE S. W. (DPW/12 - $1,008.73) #7495 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Diane Swanson the sum of $1, as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of property damage allegedly sustained as a result of an automobile accident on March 9, 2015 at Sylvan Road and Murphy Avenue as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account 1001/200101/ / R-3955 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 70

59 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3956 F.20 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF HIS VEHICLE BEING DRIVEN OVER A WATER VALVE ON FEBRUARY 28, 2015 AT 494 PONCE DE LEON AVENUE. (DWM/02-$905.50) #7362 CLAIM OF: Paul E. Viera, Jr th Street NE Unit 12 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 2:08 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 71

60 Entered 03/16/15 F.20 CL 15L DWM/02 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Paul E. Viera, Jr th Street NE Unit 12 Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF HIS VEHICLE BEING DRIVEN OVER A WATER VALVE ON FEBRUARY 28, 2015 AT 494 PONCE DE LEON AVENUE. (DWM/02-$905.50) #7362 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Paul E. Viera, Jr. The sum of $ as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of his vehicle being driven over a pothole on February 28, 2015 at 494 Ponce de Leon Avenue as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account 5051/171001/ / R-3956 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 72

61 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3957 F.21 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON JULY 6, 2014 AT 1125 CASCADE CIRCLE. (APD/04 - $584.62) #7391 CLAIM OF: Philip E. Darrett 2475 Compton Place Suwanee, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 2:09 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 73

62 Entered 10/6/14 F.21 14l APD/04 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Philip E. Darrett 2475 Compton Place Suwanee, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON JULY 6, 2014 AT 1125 CASCADE CIRCLE. (APD/04 - $584.62) #7391 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Council of the City of Atlanta that action of the Department of Law be approved in authorizing payment to Philip E. Darrett The sum of $ as full and final settlement and satisfaction of all claims, past, present and future, of every kind and character, for damages alleged to have been sustained as a result of property damage allegedly sustained as a result of an automobile accident on July 6, 2014 at 1125 Cascade Circle as is more particularly set forth in the within claim; said sum taken from and charged to Account 1001/200101/ / R-3957 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 74

63 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3958 F.22 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON APRIL 13, 2015 AT KENDRICK AVENUE AND RAWLINS STREET. (APD/01) #7417 CLAIM OF: Terrence Holt and Robert R. Pagniello, PC, his attorney 651 Exchange Place Lilburn, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 3:06 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 75

64 Entered 06/10/15 F.22 15L APD/01 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Terrence Holt and Robert R. Pagniello, PC, his attorney 651 Exchange Place Lilburn, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON APRIL 13, 2015 AT KENDRICK AVENUE AND RAWLINS STREET. (APD/01) #7417 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3958 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 76

65 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3959 F.23 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON MARCH 13, 2015 ON CAPITAL AVENUE AND FULTON STREET. ( APD/02) #7432 CLAIM OF: Vivian Hartsfield through her Attorney Morgan & Morgan P.O. Box Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 3:57 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 77

66 Entered 06/12/15 F.23 CL 15L APD/02 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Vivian Hartsfield through her Attorney Morgan & Morgan P.O. Box Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON MARCH 13, 2015 ON CAPITAL AVENUE AND FULTON STREET. ( APD/02) #7432 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3959 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 78

67 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3960 F.24 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A LOSS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY ON FEBRUARY 4, 2015 AT 215 FORSYTH STREET. (APD/04) #7453 CLAIM OF: Johnny Kelly 250 N.E. 77th Street Miami, Florida Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:08 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 79

68 Entered 04/3/15 F.24 CL 15L APD/04 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Johnny Kelly 250 N.E. 77th Street Miami, Florida FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A LOSS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY ON FEBRUARY 4, 2015 AT 215 FORSYTH STREET. (APD/04) #7453 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3960 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 80

69 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3961 F.25 FOR DAMAGES ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN ARREST ON OCTOBER 14, 2011 AT 253 AUBURN AVENUE. (APD/05) #7378 CLAIM OF: Abera Gebru and His Attorney, Tiffany Williams Roberts 191 Peachtree Street, Suite 3300 Atlanta, GA Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:09 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 81

70 Entered 04/30/12 F.25 CL 12L APD/05 - C.Cole CLAIM OF: Abera Gebru and His Attorney, Tiffany Williams Roberts 191 Peachtree Street, Suite 3300 Atlanta, GA FOR DAMAGES ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN ARREST ON OCTOBER 14, 2011 AT 253 AUBURN AVENUE. (APD/05) #7378 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3961 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 82

71 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3962 F.26 FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED FROM A DEMOLITION ON OCTOBER 11, 2009 AT 1138 GLENWOOD AVENUE, SE. (APD/05) #7482 CLAIM OF: Joe Braddy and Gary Bailey Through their Attorney The Roberts Law Firm, PC 462 East Paces Ferry Road, NE Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:10 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 83

72 Entered 11/25/09 F.26 CL 09L APD/05 - Gwendolyn Burns CLAIM OF: Joe Braddy and Gary Bailey Through their Attorney The Roberts Law Firm, PC 462 East Paces Ferry Road, NE Atlanta, Georgia FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED FROM A DEMOLITION ON OCTOBER 11, 2009 AT 1138 GLENWOOD AVENUE, SE. (APD/05) #7482 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3962 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 84

73 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3963 F.27 FOR DAMAGES ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN ARREST BY AN ATLANTA POLICE OFFICER ON OCTOBER 17, 2014 AT DURANT PLACE AND 3RD STREET.(APD/06) #7377 CLAIM OF: Laurence Napolean and His Attorney, Bullman Law Group, LLC 7000 PeachtreeDunwoody Road Building 15, Suite 200 Atlanta, GA Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:11 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 85

74 Entered 09/10/14 F.27 CL 14L APD/06 - C. Cole CLAIM OF: Laurence Napolean and His Attorney, Bullman Law Group, LLC 7000 PeachtreeDunwoody Road Building 15, Suite 200 Atlanta, GA FOR DAMAGES ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN ARREST BY AN ATLANTA POLICE OFFICER ON OCTOBER 17, 2014 AT DURANT PLACE AND 3RD STREET.(APD/06) #7377 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3963 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 86

75 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3964 F.28 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT I-85 NORTHBOUND AND BUFORD HIGHWAY. (APD/07) #7409 CLAIM OF: Jethro Cantave 820 Canton Road NE Apt. #306 Marietta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:15 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 87

76 Entered 04/21/15 F.28 15L APD/07 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Jethro Cantave 820 Canton Road NE Apt. #306 Marietta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT I-85 NORTHBOUND AND BUFORD HIGHWAY. (APD/07) #7409 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3964 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 88

77 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3965 F.29 FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON FEBRUARY 22, 2015 ON HELMALL ROAD. ( APD/08) #7442 CLAIM OF Hanover Insurance A/S/O Borrelli Management, LLC P.O Worcester, Massachusetts Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:16 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 89

78 Entered 06/9/15 F.29 CL 15L APD/08 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF Hanover Insurance A/S/O Borrelli Management, LLC P.O Worcester, Massachusetts FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON FEBRUARY 22, 2015 ON HELMALL ROAD. ( APD/08) #7442 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3965 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 90

79 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3966 F.30 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A VEHICLE COLLISION WITH A BUILDING DURING A POLICE PURSUIT ON APRIL 6, 2010 AT 1919 DONALD LEE HOLLOWELL PARKWAY. ( APD/09) #7473 CLAIM OF: John Williamson through his Attorney Rosner & Langlais, LLC 5 Concourse Parkway, Suite 1425 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:18 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 91

80 Entered 08/4/10 F.30 CL 10L APD/09 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: John Williamson through his Attorney Rosner & Langlais, LLC 5 Concourse Parkway, Suite 1425 Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A VEHICLE COLLISION WITH A BUILDING DURING A POLICE PURSUIT ON APRIL 6, 2010 AT 1919 DONALD LEE HOLLOWELL PARKWAY. ( APD/09) #7473 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3966 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 92

81 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3967 F.31 FOR LOST PROPERTY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN ARREST ON JUNE 13, 2014 AT 3493 DONALD LEE HOLLOWELL PARKWAY. (APD/09) #7431 CLAIM OF: Tyree Patterson 300 Peachtree Street, 3L Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:20 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 93

82 Entered 05/26/15 F.31 CL 15L APD/09 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Tyree Patterson 300 Peachtree Street, 3L Atlanta, Georgia FOR LOST PROPERTY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN ARREST ON JUNE 13, 2014 AT 3493 DONALD LEE HOLLOWELL PARKWAY. (APD/09) #7431 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3967 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 94

83 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3968 F.32 FOR PERSONAL INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED FROM A POLICE INCIDENT ON OCTOBER 8, 2008 AND JUNE 6, 2009 AT AN UNSPECIFIED LOCATION. (APD/NA) #7483 CLAIM OF: Olayinka Asekun Through His Attorneys Giacoma Schleicher Roberts & Daughdril 945 East Paces Ferry Road, NE Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:21 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 95

84 Entered 10/12/10 F.32 CL 10L APD/NA - Gwendolyn Burns CLAIM OF: Olayinka Asekun Through His Attorneys Giacoma Schleicher Roberts & Daughdril 945 East Paces Ferry Road, NE Atlanta, Georgia FOR PERSONAL INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED FROM A POLICE INCIDENT ON OCTOBER 8, 2008 AND JUNE 6, 2009 AT AN UNSPECIFIED LOCATION. (APD/NA) #7483 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3968 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 96

85 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3969 F.33 FOR DAMAGE(S) ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN INCIDENT AT THE HARTSFIELD - JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, NORTH TERMINAL, ON FEBRUARY 19, (DOA/NA) #7399 CLAIM OF: Mary Shinnery By and through her attorney Law Office of Tressa S. McCray, P.C Hugh Howell Road, Suite 490 Tucker, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:22 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 97

86 Entered 09/2/14 F.33 CL 14L DOA/NA - Toni Booth-Comer CLAIM OF: Mary Shinnery By and through her attorney Law Office of Tressa S. McCray, P.C Hugh Howell Road, Suite 490 Tucker, Georgia FOR DAMAGE(S) ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN INCIDENT AT THE HARTSFIELD - JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, NORTH TERMINAL, ON FEBRUARY 19, (DOA/NA) #7399 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3969 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 98

87 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3970 F.34 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED ON MAY 20, 2015 HARTSFIELD-JACKSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. (DOA/NA) #7443 AT CLAIM OF: Mimi Jerrim through her Attorney Isenberg & Hewitt, P.C 7000 Peachtree Dunwoody Road Building 15, Suite 100 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:24 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 99

88 Entered 06/18/15 F.34 CL 15L DOA/NA - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Mimi Jerrim through her Attorney Isenberg & Hewitt, P.C 7000 Peachtree Dunwoody Road Building 15, Suite 100 Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED ON MAY 20, 2015 AT HARTSFIELD- JACKSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. (DOA/NA) #7443 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3970 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 100

89 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3971 F.35 FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF THE DENIAL OF IMPACT FEE CREDITS FOR A SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENT PROJECT ON MARCH 30, 2011 AT 575 BOULEVARD. (DPCD/01) #7484 CLAIM OF: Jeff Wilson Through His Attorneys Brock & Irby, LLC 2849 Paces Ferry Road, NE Suite 700 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:25 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 101

90 Entered 05/4/11 F.35 CL 11L DPCD/01 - Gwendolyn Burns CLAIM OF: Jeff Wilson Through His Attorneys Brock & Irby, LLC 2849 Paces Ferry Road, NE Suite 700 Atlanta, Georgia FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF THE DENIAL OF IMPACT FEE CREDITS FOR A SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENT PROJECT ON MARCH 30, 2011 AT 575 BOULEVARD. (DPCD/01) #7484 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3971 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 102

91 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3972 F.36 FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED FROM A FALLEN TREE ON NOVEMBER 27, 2011 AT 682 PARK DRIVE, NE. (DPR/06) #7481 CLAIM OF: Anne Blaine 682 Park Drive, NE Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:27 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 103

92 Entered 11/6/12 F.36 CL 12L DPR/06 - Gwendolyn Burns CLAIM OF: Anne Blaine 682 Park Drive, NE Atlanta, Georgia FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED FROM A FALLEN TREE ON NOVEMBER 27, 2011 AT 682 PARK DRIVE, NE. (DPR/06) #7481 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3972 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 104

93 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3973 F.37 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 2, 2015 AT 708 MCDONOUGH BOULEVARD. (DPW/01) #7363 CLAIM OF: David J. Mangan, II 2625 Piedmont Road Suite Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:28 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 105

94 Entered 06/15/15 F.37 CL 15L DPW/01 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: David J. Mangan, II 2625 Piedmont Road Suite Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 2, 2015 AT 708 MCDONOUGH BOULEVARD. (DPW/01) #7363 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3973 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 106

95 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3974 F.38 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF CHANGES TO THE STREET AND SIDEWALK ON JULY 6, 2010 AT PEACHTREE BATTLE (DPW/01) #7404 CLAIM OF: Stephen Smith P O Box Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:30 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 107

96 Entered 01/21/11 F.38 11L DPW/01 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Stephen Smith P O Box Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF CHANGES TO THE STREET AND SIDEWALK ON JULY 6, 2010 AT PEACHTREE BATTLE (DPW/01) #7404 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3974 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 108

97 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3975 F.39 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A TRIP AND FALL ON SEPTEMBER 11, 2014 ON TRINITY AVENUE AND PRYOR STREET. ( DPW/02) #7433 CLAIM OF: Gustavia Shakoor 2135 Godby Road, # 29 College Park, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:31 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 109

98 Entered 03/23/15 F.39 CL 15L DPW/02 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Gustavia Shakoor 2135 Godby Road, # 29 College Park, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A TRIP AND FALL ON SEPTEMBER 11, 2014 ON TRINITY AVENUE AND PRYOR STREET. ( DPW/02) #7433 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3975 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 110

99 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3976 F.40 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF FALLING ON A SIDEWALK ON AUGUST 23, 2014 AT NORTHSIDE DRIVE, BUILDING C GWCC, 1 GEORGIA DOME DRIVE. (DPW/03) #7361 CLAIM OF: Alfredia Neece P.O. Box 7773 Marietta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:32 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 111

100 Entered 02/4/15 F.40 CL 14L0894-(1) - DPW/03 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Alfredia Neece P.O. Box 7773 Marietta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF FALLING ON A SIDEWALK ON AUGUST 23, 2014 AT NORTHSIDE DRIVE, BUILDING C GWCC, 1 GEORGIA DOME DRIVE. (DPW/03) #7361 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3976 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 112

101 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3977 F.41 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 1, 2015 AT NORTHSIDE DRIVE AND MARTIN L. KING DRIVE. (DPW/03) #7364 CLAIM OF: David J. Mangan 2625 Piedmont Road Suite Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:34 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 113

102 Entered 06/12/15 F.41 CL 15L DPW/03 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: David J. Mangan 2625 Piedmont Road Suite Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 1, 2015 AT NORTHSIDE DRIVE AND MARTIN L. KING DRIVE. (DPW/03) #7364 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3977 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 114

103 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3978 F.42 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 7, 2015 AT MARIETTA BOULEVARD AND BRADY AVENUE. (DPW/03) #7382 CLAIM OF: Tyrone Prayor 1084 Ollie Circle Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:35 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 115

104 Entered 06/26/15 F.42 CL 15L DPW/03 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Tyrone Prayor 1084 Ollie Circle Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 7, 2015 AT MARIETTA BOULEVARD AND BRADY AVENUE. (DPW/03) #7382 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3978 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 116

105 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3979 F.43 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STRIKING A GARBAGE CONTAINER ON MARCH 19, 2015 AT 142 JOSEPH E. LOWERY BOULEVARD SOUTH WEST (DPW/04) #7400 CLAIM OF: Quina McPhaul 3179 Fonseca Pass Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:43 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 117

106 Entered 04/3/15 F.43 15L DPW/04 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Quina McPhaul 3179 Fonseca Pass Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STRIKING A GARBAGE CONTAINER ON MARCH 19, 2015 AT 142 JOSEPH E. LOWERY BOULEVARD SOUTH WEST (DPW/04) #7400 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3979 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 118

107 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3980 F.44 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF RIDING OVER A POTHOLE ON SEPTEMBER 28, 2014 AT GLENWOOD AVENUE AND BILL KENNEDY WAY. (DPW/05) #7447 CLAIM OF: Sarah Toney through her Attorney Fried & Bonder Law Firm 1170 Howell Mill Road Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:45 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 119

108 Entered 03/16/15 F.44 CL 15L DPW/05 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Sarah Toney through her Attorney Fried & Bonder Law Firm 1170 Howell Mill Road Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF RIDING OVER A POTHOLE ON SEPTEMBER 28, 2014 AT GLENWOOD AVENUE AND BILL KENNEDY WAY. (DPW/05) #7447 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3980 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 120

109 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3981 F.45 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A ROAD DEFECT ON MARCH 20, 2014 AT 1885 MONROE DRIVE. (DPW/06) #7408 CLAIM OF: Neasia Mallon 4301 Lakeshore Crossing N.E. Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:46 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 121

110 Entered 10/6/14 F.45 CL 14L DPW/06 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Neasia Mallon 4301 Lakeshore Crossing N.E. Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A ROAD DEFECT ON MARCH 20, 2014 AT 1885 MONROE DRIVE. (DPW/06) #7408 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3981 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 122

111 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3982 F.46 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF RIDING A BIKE OVER A STREET DEFECT ON OCTOBER 5, 2014 AT 4430 DAVIDSON AVENUE. ( DPW/07) #7407 CLAIM OF: Joseph Greenfield through his Attorney Steven Jackson Esq Peachtree Street, Suite 300 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:48 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 123

112 Entered 03/16/15 F.46 CL 15L DPW/07 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Joseph Greenfield through his Attorney Steven Jackson Esq Peachtree Street, Suite 300 Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF RIDING A BIKE OVER A STREET DEFECT ON OCTOBER 5, 2014 AT 4430 DAVIDSON AVENUE. ( DPW/07) #7407 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3982 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 124

113 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3983 F.47 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF HITTING A CONSTRUCTION CUT ON DECEMBER 1, 2010 AT 3525 PIEDMONT ROAD. (DPW/07) #7385 CLAIM OF: Robert Rabun P O Box Roswell, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:49 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 125

114 Entered 01/24/11 F.47 11L DPW/07 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Robert Rabun P O Box Roswell, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF HITTING A CONSTRUCTION CUT ON DECEMBER 1, 2010 AT 3525 PIEDMONT ROAD. (DPW/07) #7385 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3983 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 126

115 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3984 F.48 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN ATLANTA STREETCAR ACCIDENT ON APRIL 25, 2015 ON AUBURN AVENUE. (DPW/08) #7446 CLAIM OF: David Holley, Jr through his Attorney Law Offices of Robert D. Stein 1497 John Robert Drive, Suite C Morrow, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:51 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 127

116 Entered 06/24/15 F.48 CL 15L DPW/08 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: David Holley, Jr through his Attorney Law Offices of Robert D. Stein 1497 John Robert Drive, Suite C Morrow, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN ATLANTA STREETCAR ACCIDENT ON APRIL 25, 2015 ON AUBURN AVENUE. (DPW/08) #7446 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3984 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 128

117 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3985 F.49 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON DECEMBER 26, 2014 AT 4100 BEECHWOOD DRIVE. (DPW/08) #7387 CLAIM OF: State Farm Insurance Company as Subrogee of Misty Moss P. O. Box Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:52 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 129

118 Entered 03/23/15 F.49 CL 15L DPW/08 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: State Farm Insurance Company as Subrogee of Misty Moss P. O. Box Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON DECEMBER 26, 2014 AT 4100 BEECHWOOD DRIVE. (DPW/08) #7387 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3985 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 130

119 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3986 F.50 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON JANUARY 15, 2015 AT 566 HAMILTON HOLMES DRIVE. (DPW/09) #7402 CLAIM OF: Geico Insurance as subrogee of Daryll Tyson 4295 Ocmulgee East Boulevard Macon, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 4:54 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 131

120 Entered 03/2/15 F.50 CL 15L DPW/09 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Geico Insurance as subrogee of Daryll Tyson 4295 Ocmulgee East Boulevard Macon, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON JANUARY 15, 2015 AT 566 HAMILTON HOLMES DRIVE. (DPW/09) #7402 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3986 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 132

121 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3987 F.51 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON JUNE 1, 2015 AT STONE HOGAN PARK. (DPW/11) #7450 CLAIM OF: Rebecca Robinson 2739 Waleska Way East Point, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:03 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 133

122 Entered 08/5/15 F.51 CL 15L DPW/11 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Rebecca Robinson 2739 Waleska Way East Point, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON JUNE 1, 2015 AT STONE HOGAN PARK. (DPW/11) #7450 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3987 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 134

123 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3988 F.52 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 7, 2015 AT 2500 PERKINSON ROAD. (DPW/12) #7383 CLAIM OF: Rico Reddick 1940 Shepard Circle Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:37 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 135

124 Entered 06/18/15 F.52 CL 15L DPW/12 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Rico Reddick 1940 Shepard Circle Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 7, 2015 AT 2500 PERKINSON ROAD. (DPW/12) #7383 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3988 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 136

125 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3989 F.53 FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STORM WATER FLOODING IN APRIL OF 2014 AT 215 ATLANTA AVENUE. ( DWM/01) #7394 CLAIM OF: Cris Nix through his Attorney Cochran & Edwards 2950 Atlanta Road Smyrna, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:38 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 137

126 Entered 04/22/15 F.53 CL 15L DWM/01 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Cris Nix through his Attorney Cochran & Edwards 2950 Atlanta Road Smyrna, Georgia FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STORM WATER FLOODING IN APRIL OF 2014 AT 215 ATLANTA AVENUE. ( DWM/01) #7394 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3989 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 138

127 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3990 F.54 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STEPPING INTO AN UNCOVERED METER ON NOVEMBER 23, 2011 AT 28 6TH STREET. (DWM/02) #7392 CLAIM OF: Wei-Ru Lay 58 6th Street, # 2510 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:39 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 139

128 Entered 04/23/12 F.54 Cl 12L DWM/02 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Wei-Ru Lay 58 6th Street, # 2510 Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STEPPING INTO AN UNCOVERED METER ON NOVEMBER 23, 2011 AT 28 6TH STREET. (DWM/02) #7392 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3990 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 140

129 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3991 F.55 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STEPPING ONTO A STORM GRATE ON JULY 20, 2012 AT TH STREET. (DWM/03) #7470 CLAIM OF: Eoin Condon 2591 Piedmont Road Unit - # 2145 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:40 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 141

130 Entered 09/5/12 F.55 CL 12L DWM/03 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Eoin Condon 2591 Piedmont Road Unit - # 2145 Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STEPPING ONTO A STORM GRATE ON JULY 20, 2012 AT TH STREET. (DWM/03) #7470 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3991 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 142

131 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3992 F.56 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF FALLING INTO AN OPEN WATER METER ON JUNE 16, 2014 AT 530 JOSEPH E. LOWERY BOULEVARD. (DWM/03) #7386 CLAIM OF: Gwendolyn Waymon through her Attorney Timothy W. Storm 3425 River Drive Lawrenceville, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:41 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 143

132 Entered 08/18/14 F.56 CL 14L DWM/03 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Gwendolyn Waymon through her Attorney Timothy W. Storm 3425 River Drive Lawrenceville, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF FALLING INTO AN OPEN WATER METER ON JUNE 16, 2014 AT 530 JOSEPH E. LOWERY BOULEVARD. (DWM/03) #7386 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3992 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 144

133 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3993 F.57 FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON NOVEMBER 28, 2013 AT 876 RALPH DAVID ABERNATHY BOULEVARD. (DWM/04) #7440 CLAIM OF: Ashlyn Shockley 425 Chapel Street, # 1312 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:42 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 145

134 Entered 01/10/14 F.57 CL 14L DWM/04 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Ashlyn Shockley 425 Chapel Street, # 1312 Atlanta, Georgia FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON NOVEMBER 28, 2013 AT 876 RALPH DAVID ABERNATHY BOULEVARD. (DWM/04) #7440 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3993 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 146

135 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3994 F.58 FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A SEWER MAIN REPAIR IN MAY OF 2014 AT 4701 EDWINA LANE. ( DWM/11) #7393 CLAIM OF: Johnny Nutson 3725 Will Lee Road Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:44 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 147

136 Entered 05/26/15 F.58 Cl 15L DWM/11 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Johnny Nutson 3725 Will Lee Road Atlanta, Georgia FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A SEWER MAIN REPAIR IN MAY OF 2014 AT 4701 EDWINA LANE. ( DWM/11) #7393 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3994 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 148

137 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3995 F.59 FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A SEWER BACK-UP ON MARCH 15, 2012 AT 1860 FLAGLER AVENUE. ( DWM/06) #7491 CLAIM OF: Alan Patricio through his Attorney Bernard Kistler Jr Crestwood Parkway, Suite 440 Duluth, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:45 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 149

138 Entered 09/11/12 F.59 CL 12L DWM/06 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Alan Patricio through his Attorney Bernard Kistler Jr Crestwood Parkway, Suite 440 Duluth, Georgia FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A SEWER BACK-UP ON MARCH 15, 2012 AT 1860 FLAGLER AVENUE. ( DWM/06) #7491 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3995 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 150

139 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3996 F.60 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STRIKING A TEMPORARY SEWER LINE ON APRIL 23, 2015 AT 2965 NANCY CREEK ROAD N. W. (DWM/08) #7410 CLAIM OF: Fred Henritze 2965 Nancy Creek Road N. W. Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:46 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 151

140 Entered 06/1/15 F.60 15L DWM/08 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Fred Henritze 2965 Nancy Creek Road N. W. Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STRIKING A TEMPORARY SEWER LINE ON APRIL 23, 2015 AT 2965 NANCY CREEK ROAD N. W. (DWM/08) #7410 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3996 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 152

141 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3997 F.61 FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A ROAD DEFECT ON JANUARY 9, 2012 AT 1215 NEW HOPE ROAD. (DWM/09) #7479 CLAIM OF: Tara Soyinka & Deming, Parker, Hoffman, Campbell & Day LLC, Her Attorney 4851 Jimmy Carter Boulevard Norcross, GA Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:47 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 153

142 Entered 04/6/12 F.61 CL 12L DWM/09 - C.A.Cole CLAIM OF: Tara Soyinka & Deming, Parker, Hoffman, Campbell & Day LLC, Her Attorney 4851 Jimmy Carter Boulevard Norcross, GA FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A ROAD DEFECT ON JANUARY 9, 2012 AT 1215 NEW HOPE ROAD. (DWM/09) #7479 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3997 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 154

143 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3998 F.62 FOR PERSONAL INJURY ALLEGEDLY SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN INCIDENT ON A CITY STREET ON JANUARY 19, 2014 AT BROWN LEE AND LAWRENCE DRIVE. (DPW/10) #7468 CLAIM OF: Donnell Parks and Bey & Associates, his attorney 191 Peachtree Street, Suite 3300 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:49 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 155

144 Entered 05/20/14 F.62 14L DPW/10 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Donnell Parks and Bey & Associates, his attorney 191 Peachtree Street, Suite 3300 Atlanta, Georgia FOR PERSONAL INJURY ALLEGEDLY SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN INCIDENT ON A CITY STREET ON JANUARY 19, 2014 AT BROWN LEE AND LAWRENCE DRIVE. (DPW/10) #7468 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3998 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 156

145 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3999 F.63 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF WALKING INTO AN UNCOVERED WATER METER ON APRIL 8, 2012 AT 3761 CAMPBELLTON ROAD. ( DWM/11) #7381 CLAIM OF: Barbara Jackson 3901 Campbellton Road, #I1 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:50 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 157

146 Entered 05/15/15 F.63 CL 12L DWM/11 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Barbara Jackson 3901 Campbellton Road, #I1 Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF WALKING INTO AN UNCOVERED WATER METER ON APRIL 8, 2012 AT 3761 CAMPBELLTON ROAD. ( DWM/11) #7381 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-3999 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 158

147 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4000 F.64 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A CITY VEHICLE TRAVELING THROUGH HIS YARD ON JANUARY 3, 2011 AT 2504 CAMPBELLTON ROAD SW. (DWM/11) #7465 CLAIM OF: Horace Henry 2504 Campbellton Road SW Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Pending Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 159

148 Entered 02/18/11 F.64 11L DWM/11 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Horace Henry 2504 Campbellton Road SW Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A CITY VEHICLE TRAVELING THROUGH HIS YARD ON JANUARY 3, 2011 AT 2504 CAMPBELLTON ROAD SW. (DWM/11) #7465 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4000 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 160

149 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4001 F.65 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF INSTALLATION OF A STORM WATER DRAIN SYSTEM ON JANUARY 1, 2011 AT 2470 NISKEY LAKE ROAD. (DWM/11) #7384 CLAIM OF: Mable Johnson 2470 Niskey Lake Road Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:52 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 161

150 Entered 07/11/11 F.65 CL 11L DWM/11 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Mable Johnson 2470 Niskey Lake Road Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF INSTALLATION OF A STORM WATER DRAIN SYSTEM ON JANUARY 1, 2011 AT 2470 NISKEY LAKE ROAD. (DWM/11) #7384 BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4001 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 162

151 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4002 F.66 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STEPPING ON A WATER METER ON OCTOBER 18, 2014 AT 913 OAK HILL AVENUE. (DWM/12). #7388 CLAIM OF: Shenequa Lewis and Kanner & Pintaluga, P.A., her attorney 1280 W. Peachtree Street, Suite 210 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 6:22 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 163

152 Entered 11/10/14 F.66 14L DWM/12 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Shenequa Lewis and Kanner & Pintaluga, P.A., her attorney 1280 W. Peachtree Street, Suite 210 Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF STEPPING ON A WATER METER ON OCTOBER 18, 2014 AT 913 OAK HILL AVENUE. (DWM/12). #7388 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4002 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 164

153 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4003 F.67 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A ROAD DEFECT ON MARCH 31, 2015 AT FOREST PARK ROAD AND STONEWALL DRIVE. (NA/01) #7369 CLAIM OF: Angelique Welch 2702 Fairlane Drive S.E. Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:54 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 165

154 Entered 04/24/15 F.67 CL 15L NA/01 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Angelique Welch 2702 Fairlane Drive S.E. Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A ROAD DEFECT ON MARCH 31, 2015 AT FOREST PARK ROAD AND STONEWALL DRIVE. (NA/01) #7369 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4003 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 166

155 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4004 F.68 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON DECEMBER 26, 2014 AT I-85 AT IVAN ALLEN. (NA/02) #7403 CLAIM OF: Justina Ugwudi 795 Hammond Drive Unit - # 1110 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:55 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 167

156 Entered 07/23/15 F.68 CL 15L NA/02 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Justina Ugwudi 795 Hammond Drive Unit - # 1110 Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON DECEMBER 26, 2014 AT I-85 AT IVAN ALLEN. (NA/02) #7403 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4004 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 168

157 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4005 F.69 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON NOVEMBER 3, 2014 ON MARTIN L. KING JR. AND HAMILTON E. HOLMES DRIVES. ( NA/03) #7435 CLAIM OF: Kijana Roberts through her Attorney Foy & Associates 3343 Peachtree, Suite 350 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:56 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 169

158 Entered 06/1/15 F.69 CL15L NA/03 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Kijana Roberts through her Attorney Foy & Associates 3343 Peachtree, Suite 350 Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON NOVEMBER 3, 2014 ON MARTIN L. KING JR. AND HAMILTON E. HOLMES DRIVES. ( NA/03) #7435 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4005 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 170

159 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4006 F.70 FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON NOVEMBER 3, 2014 ON MARTIN L. KING JR. AND HAMILTON E. HOLMES DRIVES. ( NA/03) #7437 CLAIM OF: Tavon Houston through his Attorney Foy & Associates 3343 Peachtree Road, Suite 350 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:57 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 171

160 Entered 06/12/15 F.70 CL 15L NA/03 - Janine J. Edmonds CLAIM OF: Tavon Houston through his Attorney Foy & Associates 3343 Peachtree Road, Suite 350 Atlanta, Georgia FOR BODILY INJURY ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ON NOVEMBER 3, 2014 ON MARTIN L. KING JR. AND HAMILTON E. HOLMES DRIVES. ( NA/03) #7437 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4006 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 172

161 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4007 F.71 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A ROAD DEFECT ON FEBRUARY 21, 2013 AT PIEDMONT AVENUE AND EDGEWOOD STREET. (NA/05) #7370 CLAIM OF: Jonathan Murphree 1688 Cutleaf Creek Road Grayson Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 5:58 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 173

162 Entered 04/2/13 F.71 CL 13L NA/05 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Jonathan Murphree 1688 Cutleaf Creek Road Grayson Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A ROAD DEFECT ON FEBRUARY 21, 2013 AT PIEDMONT AVENUE AND EDGEWOOD STREET. (NA/05) #7370 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4007 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 174

163 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4008 F.72 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON APRIL 29, 2015 AT 1544 MONROE DRIVE. (NA/06) #7365 CLAIM OF: Ramon Daniel 3857 Kings Park Circle Macon, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 6:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 175

164 Entered 06/2/15 F.72 CL 15L NA/06 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Ramon Daniel 3857 Kings Park Circle Macon, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON APRIL 29, 2015 AT 1544 MONROE DRIVE. (NA/06) #7365 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4008 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 176

165 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4009 F.73 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MARCH 8, 2015 AT 2550 MARTIN L. KING DRIVE. (NA/10) #7366 CLAIM OF: Franklin Hagan 4778 Jackson Ridge Court Lithonia, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 6:01 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 177

166 Entered 06/24/15 F.73 CL 15L NA/10 - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Franklin Hagan 4778 Jackson Ridge Court Lithonia, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MARCH 8, 2015 AT 2550 MARTIN L. KING DRIVE. (NA/10) #7366 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4009 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 178

167 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4010 F.74 FOR DAMAGE(S) ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER DEBRIS IN THE ROADWAY ON JUNE 11, 2015 ON FRIENDSHIP ROAD. (NA/NA) #7406 CLAIM OF: Arpnana Purani 3900 Maple Wood Trail Buford, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 6:02 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 179

168 Entered 07/23/15 F.74 CL 15L NA/NA - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Arpnana Purani 3900 Maple Wood Trail Buford, Georgia FOR DAMAGE(S) ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER DEBRIS IN THE ROADWAY ON JUNE 11, 2015 ON FRIENDSHIP ROAD. (NA/NA) #7406 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4010 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 180

169 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4011 F.75 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON APRIL 14, 2015 AT WEST STUBBS ROAD. (NA/NA) #7368 CLAIM OF: Courtney Olivari 675 Sweetgum Trace Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 6:03 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 181

170 Entered 06/4/15 F.75 CL 15L NA/NA - Waren Hayes CLAIM OF: Courtney Olivari 675 Sweetgum Trace Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON APRIL 14, 2015 AT WEST STUBBS ROAD. (NA/NA) #7368 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4011 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 182

171 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4012 F.76 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON JANUARY 27, 2015 AT THE INTERSECTION OF METROPOLITAN PARKWAY AND UNIVERSITY AVENUE. (NA/NA) #7398 CLAIM OF: Jennifer Snead and Dylan Littlejohn, her Attorney 844 Dill Avenue S. W. Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 6:05 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 183

172 Entered 02/6/15 F.76 15L NA/NA - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Jennifer Snead and Dylan Littlejohn, her Attorney 844 Dill Avenue S. W. Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ON JANUARY 27, 2015 AT THE INTERSECTION OF METROPOLITAN PARKWAY AND UNIVERSITY AVENUE. (NA/NA) #7398 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4012 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 184

173 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4013 F.77 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 30, 2015 ON CAMP CREEK PARKWAY. (NA/NA) #7401 CLAIM OF: Justina Ugwudi 795 Hammond Drive Unit - # 1110 Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 6:08 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 185

174 Entered 07/23/15 F.77 CL 15L NA/NA - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: Justina Ugwudi 795 Hammond Drive Unit - # 1110 Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 30, 2015 ON CAMP CREEK PARKWAY. (NA/NA) #7401 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4013 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 186

175 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4014 F.78 FOR DAMAGE(S) ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON DECEMBER 24, 2014 AT 4704 HUNTER ROAD AND ROOSEVELT HIGHWAY. (NA/NA) #7427 CLAIM OF: Kevin Savage 1000 Northside Drive, NW Apt Atlanta, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 6:09 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 187

176 Entered 04/24/15 F.78 CL #15L NA/NA - Toni Booth-Comer CLAIM OF: Kevin Savage 1000 Northside Drive, NW Apt Atlanta, Georgia FOR DAMAGE(S) ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON DECEMBER 24, 2014 AT 4704 HUNTER ROAD AND ROOSEVELT HIGHWAY. (NA/NA) #7427 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4014 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 188

177 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-4015 F.79 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 14, 2015 AT 1800 WESTGATE PARKWAY. (NA/NA) #7367 CLAIM OF: LuRico Wood 4686 Whispering Winds Place Douglasville, Georgia Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/17/2015 6:16 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 189

178 Entered 06/24/15 F.79 CL 15L NA/NA - Warren Hayes CLAIM OF: LuRico Wood 4686 Whispering Winds Place Douglasville, Georgia FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF DRIVING OVER A POTHOLE ON MAY 14, 2015 AT 1800 WESTGATE PARKWAY. (NA/NA) #7367 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 15-R-4015 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 190

179 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-O-1378 G.1 AN ORDINANCE BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO ACCEPT A GRANT FROM THE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM/STATE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (DHS) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING MAINTENANCE OF SPECIALIZED TECHNICAL RESCUE EQUIPMENT ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FIRE RESCUE, AND TO AMEND THE 2016 (INTERGOVERNMENTAL GRANT FUND) DEPARTMENT OF FIRE BUDGET, BY ADDING TO ANTICIPATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS IN THE AMOUNT OF TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($25,000.00) AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Workflow List: Joel Baker Completed 08/14/ :34 AM Kristen Denius Completed 08/14/ :43 AM Finance Completed 08/14/ :56 AM Mayor's Office Completed 08/14/ :25 AM Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/18/ :29 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/21/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 3 Packet Pg. 191

180 G.1 AN ORDINANCE BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO ACCEPT A GRANT FROM THE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM/STATE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (DHS) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING MAINTENANCE OF SPECIALIZED TECHNICAL RESCUE EQUIPMENT ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FIRE RESCUE, AND TO AMEND THE 2016 (INTERGOVERNMENTAL GRANT FUND) DEPARTMENT OF FIRE BUDGET, BY ADDING TO ANTICIPATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS IN THE AMOUNT OF TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($25,000.00) AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) through the Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA), provides state and local governments with critical funding to purchase and maintain specialized equipment and training; and WHEREAS, the GEMA provides sub-grant funding directly to selected jurisdictions to address their specialized equipment, training, and preparedness; and WHEREAS, the GEMA has awarded the City of Atlanta a sub-grant from the Department of Homeland Security s (DHS) Fiscal Year 2014, State Homeland Security Grant Program in the amount of twentyfive thousand dollars and zero cents ($25,000.00) for the purpose of providing maintenance of specialized technical rescue equipment; and WHEREAS, the Department of Fire Rescue wishes to enter into the grant; and WHEREAS, no matching funds are required with this grant. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, HEREBY ORDAINS, as follows: SECTION 1: The Mayor or his designee is hereby authorized to accept a Department of Homeland Security Grant from the FY2014 State Homeland Security Grant Program in the amount of twenty-five thousand dollars and zero cents ($25,000.00), for the purpose of providing maintenance of specialized technical rescue equipment and for other purposes. SECTION 2: That this grant from the Department of Homeland Security requires no matching funding from the City of Atlanta. SECTION 3: That the 2016 (Intergovernmental Grant Fund) Budget, Department of Fire Rescue is hereby amended as follows: 15-O-1378 Page 2 of 3 Packet Pg. 192

181 Homeland Security Grant G.1 ADD TO ANTICIPATIONS 2501 Intergovernmental Fund Atlanta Chief of Fire & Rescue Fed-Direct - (OC) Fire Chief Homeland Security Homeland Security Program ADD TO APPROPRIATIONS 2501 Intergovernmental Fund Atlanta Chief of Fire & Rescue Fed-Direct - (OC) Fire Chief Homeland Security Homeland Security Program SECTION 4: That all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby waived to the extent of the conflict. 15-O-1378 Page 3 of 3 Packet Pg. 193

182 G.1.a Packet Pg. 194 Attachment: GEMA 25K (15-O-1378 : GEMA Grant for Technical Rescue Equipment)

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188 G.1.a Packet Pg. 200 Attachment: GEMA 25K (15-O-1378 : GEMA Grant for Technical Rescue Equipment)

189 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-O-1379 G.2 AN ORDINANCE BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO ACCEPT A GRANT FROM THE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM/STATE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (DHS) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING MAINTENANCE OF SPECIALIZED TECHNICAL RESCUE EQUIPMENT ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FIRE RESCUE, AND TO AMEND THE 2016 (INTERGOVERNMENTAL GRANT FUND) DEPARTMENT OF FIRE BUDGET, BY ADDING TO ANTICIPATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS IN THE AMOUNT OF EIGHTEEN THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED SEVENTY- ONE DOLLARS AND FORTY-EIGHT CENTS ($18,471.48) AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Workflow List: Kristen Denius Completed 08/14/ :02 AM Joel Baker Completed 08/14/ :34 AM Finance Completed 08/14/ :57 AM Mayor's Office Completed 08/14/ :27 AM Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/18/ :30 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/21/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 3 Packet Pg. 201

190 G.2 AN ORDINANCE BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO ACCEPT A GRANT FROM THE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM/STATE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (DHS) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING MAINTENANCE OF SPECIALIZED TECHNICAL RESCUE EQUIPMENT ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FIRE RESCUE, AND TO AMEND THE 2016 (INTERGOVERNMENTAL GRANT FUND) DEPARTMENT OF FIRE BUDGET, BY ADDING TO ANTICIPATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS IN THE AMOUNT OF EIGHTEEN THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED SEVENTY- ONE DOLLARS AND FORTY-EIGHT CENTS ($18,471.48) AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) through the Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA), provides state and local governments with critical funding to purchase and maintain specialized equipment and training; and WHEREAS, the GEMA provides sub-grant funding directly to selected jurisdictions to address their specialized equipment, training, and preparedness; and WHEREAS, the GEMA has awarded the City of Atlanta a sub-grant from the Department of Homeland Security s (DHS) Fiscal Year 2014, State Homeland Security Grant Program in the amount of eighteen thousand four hundred seventy-one dollars and forty-eight cents ($18,471.48) for the purpose of providing maintenance of specialized technical rescue equipment; and WHEREAS, the Department of Fire Rescue wishes to enter into the grant; and WHEREAS, no matching funds are required with this grant. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, HEREBY ORDAINS, as follows: SECTION 1: The Mayor or his designee is hereby authorized to accept a Department of Homeland Security Grant from the FY2014 State Homeland Security Grant Program in the amount of eighteen thousand four hundred seventy-one dollars and forty-eight cents ($18,471.48), for the purpose of providing maintenance of specialized technical rescue equipment and for other purposes. SECTION 2: That this grant from the Department of Homeland Security requires no matching funding from the City of Atlanta. SECTION 3: That the 2016 (Intergovernmental Grant Fund) Budget, Department of Fire Rescue is hereby amended as follows: 15-O-1379 Page 2 of 3 Packet Pg. 202

191 Homeland Security Grant G.2 ADD TO ANTICIPATIONS 2501 Intergovernmental Fund Atlanta Chief of Fire & Rescue Fed-Direct - (OC) Fire Chief Homeland Security Homeland Security Program ADD TO APPROPRIATIONS 2501 Intergovernmental Fund Atlanta Chief of Fire & Rescue Fed-Direct - (OC) Fire Chief Homeland Security Homeland Security Program SECTION 4: That all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby waived to the extent of the conflict. 15-O-1379 Page 3 of 3 Packet Pg. 203

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201 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-O-1345 H.3 AN ORDINANCE BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO ACCEPT A GRANT FROM THE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM/STATE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (DHS) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING MAINTENANCE OF SPECIALIZED TECHNICAL RESCUE EQUIPMENT ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FIRE RESCUE, AND TO AMEND THE 2014 (INTERGOVERNMENTAL GRANT FUND) DEPARTMENT OF FIRE BUDGET, BY ADDING TO ANTICIPATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS IN THE AMOUNT OF FORTY SIX-THOUSAND, TWO HUNDRED THIRTY TWO DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($46,232.00); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Workflow List: Kristen Denius Completed 07/06/2015 9:16 AM Joel Baker Completed 07/08/2015 6:48 PM Finance Completed 07/17/2015 8:21 AM Mayor's Office Completed 07/17/ :17 AM Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 07/22/2015 8:01 AM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending HISTORY: 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council REFERRED TO COMMITTEE RESULT: REFERRED TO COMMITTEE [13 TO 0] Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM AYES: Norwood, Dickens, Smith, Hall, Young Jr., Winslow, Archibong, Wan, Shook, Adrean, Moore, Martin, Sheperd ABSENT: Michael Julian Bond AWAY: Keisha Lance Bottoms Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 3 Packet Pg. 213

202 H.3 AN ORDINANCE BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO ACCEPT A GRANT FROM THE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM/STATE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (DHS) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING MAINTENANCE OF SPECIALIZED TECHNICAL RESCUE EQUIPMENT ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FIRE RESCUE, AND TO AMEND THE 2014 (INTERGOVERNMENTAL GRANT FUND) DEPARTMENT OF FIRE BUDGET, BY ADDING TO ANTICIPATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS IN THE AMOUNT OF FORTY SIX-THOUSAND, TWO HUNDRED THIRTY TWO DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($46,232.00); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) through the Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA), provides state and local governments with critical funding to purchase and maintain specialized equipment and training; and WHEREAS, the GEMA provides sub-grant funding directly to selected jurisdictions to address their specialized equipment, training, and preparedness; and WHEREAS, the GEMA has awarded the City of Atlanta a sub-grant from the Department of Homeland Security s (DHS) Fiscal Year 2014, State Homeland Security Grant Program in the amount of forty sixthousand two hundred thirty two dollars and zero cents ($46,232.00) for the purpose of providing maintenance of specialized technical rescue equipment; and WHEREAS, the Department of Fire Rescue wishes to enter into the grant; and WHEREAS, no matching funds are required with this grant. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, HEREBY ORDAINS, as follows: SECTION 1: The Mayor or his designee is hereby authorized to accept a Department of Homeland Security Grant from the FY2014 State Homeland Security Grant Program in the amount of twenty threethousand dollars and zero cents ($46,232.00), for the purpose of providing maintenance of specialized technical rescue equipment and for other purposes. SECTION 2: That this grant from the Department of Homeland Security requires no matching funding from the City of Atlanta. SECTION 3: That the 2014 (Intergovernmental Grant Fund) Budget, Department of Fire Rescue is hereby amended as follows: 15-O-1345 Page 2 of 3 Packet Pg. 214

203 Homeland Security Grant H.3 ADD TO ANTICIPATIONS 2501 Intergovernmental Fund Atlanta Chief of Fire & Rescue Fire Chief Homeland Security Homeland Security Program ADD TO APPROPRIATIONS 2501 Intergovernmental Fund Atlanta Chief of Fire & Rescue Fire Chief Homeland Security Homeland Security Program SECTION 4: That all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby waived to the extent of the conflict. 15-O-1345 Page 3 of 3 Packet Pg. 215

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210 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-O-1361 H.4 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER C T MARTIN TO AMEND CHAPTER 162, ARTICLE II, SO AS TO REDUCE THE REGULATORY BURDEN ON THE TAXICAB INDUSTRY IN ORDER TO PROMOTE A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD IN THE VEHICLES FOR HIRE INDUSTRY; TO AMEND INSPECTION PROVISIONS TO PROVIDE FOR RANDOM TAXIMETER AND COMFORT INSPECTIONS IN LIEU OF REGULAR INSPECTIONS; TO SET THE AGE LIMIT FOR TAXICABS AT TEN (10) YEARS; TO CLARIFY AND REVISE THE SCHEDULE OF ADMINISTRATIVE FINES FOR VIOLATIONS OF CHAPTER 162; TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF CPNCS WHICH MUST BE OWNED OR LEASED FOR COMPANY PERMIT ELIGIBILITY; TO ELIMINATE CPNC TRANSFER FEES; TO ALLOW COMPANIES TO MAINTAIN AN OFFICE WITHIN THE STATE OF GEORGIA; TO PROHIBIT EMPLOYEES OF BUSINESSES LICENSED AS HOTELS, LODGINGHOUSES, OR ROOMINGHOUSES UNDER CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE XI FROM DIRECTING PATRONS TO UNLICENSED VEHICLES FOR HIRE OR TO PERMIT STAGING IN VIOLATION OF STATE LAW; TO PROHIBIT SOLICITATION IN OPEN TAXICAB STANDS; TO CLARIFY THE PROHIBITION ON THE USE OF OPEN TAXICAB STANDS BY VEHICLES FOR HIRE OTHER THAN TAXICABS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Workflow List: Clerk of Council Completed 08/18/2015 4:48 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending HISTORY: 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 5 Packet Pg. 222

211 CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA SPONSOR SIGNATURES 15-O-1361 H.4 15-O-1361 Page 2 of 5 Packet Pg. 223

212 H.4 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER C T MARTIN TO AMEND CHAPTER 162, ARTICLE II, SO AS TO REDUCE THE REGULATORY BURDEN ON THE TAXICAB INDUSTRY IN ORDER TO PROMOTE A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD IN THE VEHICLES FOR HIRE INDUSTRY; TO AMEND INSPECTION PROVISIONS TO PROVIDE FOR RANDOM TAXIMETER AND COMFORT INSPECTIONS IN LIEU OF REGULAR INSPECTIONS; TO SET THE AGE LIMIT FOR TAXICABS AT TEN (10) YEARS; TO CLARIFY AND REVISE THE SCHEDULE OF ADMINISTRATIVE FINES FOR VIOLATIONS OF CHAPTER 162; TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF CPNCS WHICH MUST BE OWNED OR LEASED FOR COMPANY PERMIT ELIGIBILITY; TO ELIMINATE CPNC TRANSFER FEES; TO ALLOW COMPANIES TO MAINTAIN AN OFFICE WITHIN THE STATE OF GEORGIA; TO PROHIBIT EMPLOYEES OF BUSINESSES LICENSED AS HOTELS, LODGINGHOUSES, OR ROOMINGHOUSES UNDER CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE XI FROM DIRECTING PATRONS TO UNLICENSED VEHICLES FOR HIRE OR TO PERMIT STAGING IN VIOLATION OF STATE LAW; TO PROHIBIT SOLICITATION IN OPEN TAXICAB STANDS; TO CLARIFY THE PROHIBITION ON THE USE OF OPEN TAXICAB STANDS BY VEHICLES FOR HIRE OTHER THAN TAXICABS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, during the 2015 Session, the Georgia General Assembly approved HB 225, effective July 1, 2015, in which the Official Code of Georgia was amended to provide for the regulation of transportation for hire by the State of Georgia, including portions of the taxicab industry, the regulation of which had previously been the responsibility of counties and municipalities; and WHEREAS, pursuant to HB 225, the Georgia General Assembly found that it is in the public interest to provide uniform administration and parity among ride share network services, transportation referral services, and transportation referral services providers, including taxi services, that operate in the state for the safety and protection of the public; and WHEREAS, accordingly, the General Assembly fully occupied and preempted the entire field of administration and regulation over ride share network services, transportation referral services, transportation referral service providers and taxi services, in the manner in which it had previously completely preempted the field of administration and regulation over limousine services; and WHEREAS, pursuant to HB 225, the State of Georgia preserved existing county and municipal certificates of public necessity and convenience and medallion systems for taxicabs; and WHEREAS, pursuant to HB 225, counties and municipalities may continue to regulate the operation of taxicab taximeters, and may continue to issue regulations concerning the 15-O-1361 Page 3 of 5 Packet Pg. 224

213 comfort of taxicabs; and H.4 WHEREAS, pursuant to HB 225, the State of Georgia issues taxicab driver permits, shall set forth certain taxicab insurance requirements, and shall set forth certain taxicab vehicle safety requirements, and thus, counties and municipalities are preempted from doing so; and WHEREAS, pursuant to HB 225, the State of Georgia prohibits counties and municipalities from regulating the minimum taxicab fares within their jurisdictional limits, but permits counties and municipalities to continue to regulate the maximum taxicab fares; and WHEREAS, as a result of the changes contained in HB 225, the Atlanta City Council adopted Ordinance on June 15, 2015 in order to ensure the City's Ordinances were in compliance with state law; and WHEREAS, Ordinance was approved as per City Charter Section on June 24, 2015;and WHEREAS, in order to receive input from the industry stakeholders and members of the public regarding the changes to the vehicles for hire industry as a result of HB 225 and Ordinance the Public Safety and Legal Administration and the Transportation Committees of the Atlanta City Council held a series of worksessions in June and July 2015, and WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the Atlanta City Council that the overwhelming sentiment expressed during the worksessions was that there is a need for the City of Atlanta to take action to promote a level playing field in the vehicles for hire industry; and WHEREAS, accordingly, it is the desire of the Atlanta City Council to amend Chapter 162 of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances so as to reduce the regulatory burden on the taxicab industry in order to promote a level playing field in the vehicles for hire industry generally. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA HEREBY ORDAINS, as follows: SECTION 1: That Chapter 162, Article II, Division 1, of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances shall be amended such that: 15-O-1361 Page 4 of 5 Packet Pg. 225

214 H.4 Taxicab inspection provisions shall provide for random taximeter and comfort inspections in lieu of regular inspections; The age limit for taxicabs shall be set at ten (10) years; The schedule of administrative fines for violations of chapter 162 shall be clarified and revised; The number of CPNCs which must be owned or leased for company permit eligibility shall be reduced; CPNC transfer fees shall be eliminated; Taxicab companies shall be permitted to maintain offices within the state of Georgia; Employees of businesses licensed as hotels, lodginghouses, or roominghouses under city of Atlanta code of ordinances chapter 30, article xi shall be prohibited from directing patrons to unlicensed vehicles for hire or to permit staging in violation of state law; Solicitation in open taxicab stands shall be prohibited; To clarify the prohibition on the use of open taxicab stands by vehicles for hire other than taxicabs; and Language therein is revised for consistency with the above listed purposes. 15-O-1361 Page 5 of 5 Packet Pg. 226

215 H.4.a COUNCILMEMBER C.T. MARTIN AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 162, ARTICLE II, SO AS TO REDUCE THE REGUlATORY BURDEN ON THE TAXICAB INDUSTRY IN ORDER TO PROMOTE A LEVEL PlAYING FIELD IN THE VEHICLES FOR HIRE INDUSTRY; TO AMEND INSPECTION PROVISIONS TO PROVIDE FOR RANDOM TAXIMETER AND COMFORT INSPECTIONS IN LIEU OF REGULAR INSPECTIONS; TO SET THE AGE LIMIT FOR TAXICABS AT TEN (10) YEARS; TO ClARIFY AND REVISE THE SCHEDULE OF ADMINISTRATIVE FINES FOR VIOlATIONS OF CHAPTER 162; TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF CPNCS WHICH MUST BE OWNED OR LEASED FOR COMPANY PERMIT ELIGIBILITY; TO ELIMINATE CPNC TRANSFER FEES; TO ALLOW COMPANIES TO MAINTAIN AN OFFICE WITHIN THE STATE OF GEORGIA; TO PROHIBIT EMPLOYEES OF BUSINESSES LICENSED AS HOTELS, LODGINGHOUSES, OR ROOMINGHOUSES UNDER CITY OF ATlANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE XI FROM DIRECTING PATRONS TO UNLICENSED VEHICLES FOR HIRE OR TO PERMIT STAGING IN VIOlATION OF STATE law; TO PROHIBIT SOLICITATION IN OPEN TAXICAB STANDS; TO CLARIFY THE PROHIBITION ON THE USE OF OPEN TAXICAB STANDS BY VEHICLES FOR HIRE OTHER THAN TAXICABS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, during the 2015 Session, the Georgia General Assembly approved HB 225, effective July 1, 2015, in which the Official Code of Georgia was amended to provide for the regulation of transportation for hire by the State of Georgia, including portions of the taxicab industry, the regulation of which had previously been the responsibility of counties and municipalities; and WHEREAS, pursuant to HB 225, the Georgia General Assembly found that it is in the public interest to provide uniform administration and parity among ride share network services, transportation referral services, and transportation referral services providers, including taxi services, that operate in the state for the safety and protection of the public; and WHEREAS, accordingly, the General Assembly fully occupied and preempted the entire field of administration and regulation over ride share network services, transportation referral services, transportation referral service providers and taxi services, in the manner in which it had previously completely preempted the field of administration and regulation over limousine services; and Attachment: 22 TAXICAB INDUSTRY (15-O-1361 : TAXICAB INDUSTRY) WHEREAS, pursuant to HB 225, the State of Georgia preserved existing county and municipal certificates of public necessity and convenience and medallion systems for taxicabs; and WHEREAS, pursuant to HB 225, counties and municipalities may continue to regulate the operation of taxicab taximeters, and may continue to issue regulations concerning the comfort of taxicabs; and 1 Packet Pg. 227

216 H.4.a WHEREAS, pursuant to HB 225, the State of Georgia issues taxicab driver permits, shall set forth certain taxicab insurance requirements, and shall set forth certain taxicab vehicle safety requirements, and thus, counties and municipalities are preempted from doing so; and WHEREAS, pursuant to HB 225, the State of Georgia prohibits counties and municipalities from regulating the minimum taxicab fares within their jurisdictional limits, but permits counties and municipalities to continue to regulate the maximum taxicab fares; and WHEREAS, as a result of the changes contained in HB 225, the Atlanta City Council adopted Ordinance on June 15, 2015 in order to ensure the City's Ordinances were in compliance with state law; and WHEREAS, Ordinance was approved as per City Charter Section on June 24, 2015;and WHEREAS, in order to receive input from the industry stakeholders and members of the public regarding the changes to the vehicles for hire industry as a result of HB 225 and Ordinance the Public Safety and Legal Administration and the Transportation Committees of the Atlanta City Council held a series of worksessions in June and July 2015, and WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the Atlanta City Council that the overwhelming sentiment expressed during the worksessions was that there is a need for the City of Atlanta to take action to promote a level playing field in the vehicles for hire industry; and WHEREAS, accordingly, it is the desire of the Atlanta City Council to amend Chapter 162 of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances so as to reduce the regulatory burden on the taxicab industry in order to promote a level playing field in the vehicles for hire industry generally. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATlANTA, GEORGIA HEREBY ORDAINS, as follows: SECTION 1: That Chapter 162, Article II, Division 1, of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances shall be amended such that: Taxicab inspection provisions shall provide for random taximeter and comfort inspections in lieu of regular inspections; The age limit for taxicabs shall be set at ten (10) years; Attachment: 22 TAXICAB INDUSTRY (15-O-1361 : TAXICAB INDUSTRY) The schedule of administrative fines for violations of chapter 162 shall be clarified and revised; The number of CPNCs which must be owned or leased for company permit eligibility shall be reduced; CPNC transfer fees shall be eliminated; Taxicab companies shall be permitted to maintain offices within the state of Georgia; 2 Packet Pg. 228

217 H.4.a Employees of businesses licensed as hotels, lodginghouses, or roominghouses under city of Atlanta code of ordinances chapter 30, article xi shall be prohibited from directing patrons to unlicensed vehicles for hire or to permit staging in violation of state law; Solicitation in open taxicab stands shall be prohibited; To clarify the prohibition on the use of open taxicab stands by vehicles for hire other than taxicabs; and Language therein is revised for consistency with the above listed purposes. AAR Attachment: 22 TAXICAB INDUSTRY (15-O-1361 : TAXICAB INDUSTRY) 3 Packet Pg. 229

218 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3874 I.5 A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER MARY NORWOOD AS AMENDED BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE ESTABLISHING THE METRO ATLANTA TASK FORCE TO PREVENT GANG VIOLENCE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Workflow List: Clerk of Council Completed 07/21/ :26 AM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending HISTORY: 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee FAVORABLE/AMND/CONDITION RESULT: AYES: ABSENT: FAVORABLE/AMND/CONDITION [UNANIMOUS] Martin, Adrean, Hall, Norwood, Winslow Keisha Lance Bottoms, Michael Julian Bond 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council REFERRED TO COMMITTEE RESULT: REFERRED TO COMMITTEE [11 TO 0] Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM AYES: Norwood, Dickens, Smith, Hall, Young Jr., Winslow, Wan, Shook, Moore, Martin, Sheperd ABSENT: Michael Julian Bond EXCUSED: Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Keisha Lance Bottoms AWAY: Yolanda Adrean Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action Page 1 of 6 Packet Pg. 230

219 See Authentication Page Attachment I.5 15-R-3874 Page 2 of 6 Packet Pg. 231

220 CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA SPONSOR SIGNATURES 15-R-3874 I.5 15-R-3874 Page 3 of 6 Packet Pg. 232

221 I.5 A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER MARY NORWOOD AS AMENDED BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE ESTABLISHING THE METRO ATLANTA TASK FORCE TO PREVENT GANG VIOLENCE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, In the past 5 years, the United States has seen an 8% increase in the number of gangs, an 11% increase in members and a 23% increase in gang-related Homicides; and WHEREAS, in Fulton County alone for the year 2004, 4 defendants were charged with "participation in criminal street gang activity.", but in 2014, 89 defendants were charged with "participation in criminal street gang activity," which represents a 2,125% increase in criminal street gang activity; and WHEREAS, similarly in Fulton County in 2004, only 1 defendant was charged with a gang elated homicide, but by 2014, 24 defendants were charged with gang-related homicides; and WHEREAS, ten years from now if this same pattern persists, 1,891 defendants could be charged with "gang activity" and 596 defendants will be charged with a gang-related murder; and WHEREAS, according to cases indicted by the Office of the Fulton County District Attorney, 17% of all Fulton County Homicides are Gang-Related; and WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta along with its partners from the county, state, and federal government need to work together in a collaborative forum to address the multi-jurisdictional issues of gang-related issues that are terrorizing our community; and WHEREAS, this legislation will direct the City of Atlanta's Police Department, as convener, to request that the following jurisdictions participate in the Metro Atlanta Task Force: Fulton, DeKalb, Cobb, Gwinnett, and Clayton; and WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta, as convener, will participate with a City representative from all of the entities, as applicable. WHEREAS, each of these counties will be asked to designate a representative from the following itemized list to participate in the Metro Atlanta Task Force. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, that the Metro Atlanta Task Force to Eradicate Gang Violence is hereby established. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Metro Atlanta Task Force to Eradicate Gang Violence shall include the following members: 15-R-3874 Page 4 of 6 Packet Pg. 233

222 I.5 The Chief of Police for each jurisdiction or Designee The Chief of Police for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority Police or Designee The Superintendent of each jurisdiction's Public School System or Designee The Director of Security for each jurisdiction's Public School System or Designee Each Jurisdiction's District Attorney or Designee Each jurisdiction's Public Defender or Designee The Chief Judge of each jurisdiction's Juvenile Justice System or Designee The Chief Judge of each jurisdiction's Courts or Designee Special Agent in Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Atlanta Bureau or Designee A representative of the Georgia Department of Corrections A representative of each jurisdiction's Jail or Detention Center A member of each jurisdiction's Police Department's Gang Unit or designee in a similar capacity A Gang Unit Prosecutor from each jurisdiction A representative from United Youth-Adult Conference II A representative of a Non-Profit involved in gang-related prevention activities BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Office of Municipal Clerk is hereby directed to notify the above individuals and organizations to request that the names of their nominees be submitted to the Office of Municipal Clerk. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that members of the The Metro Atlanta Task Force to radicate Gang Violence do not require confirmation. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Atlanta Police Department and the Atlanta Police Foundation shall provide technical assistance and staffmg to the Task Force. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Task Force shall meet quarterly as needed in a public building and all meetings shall be open to the public. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Task Force shall elect a Chairman to preside over meetings and other officers as needed by the Task Force to conduct business. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Task Force shall submit a report to the full Atlanta City Council through an official communication to the Municipal Clerk that shall be read and Filed. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this report shall be to the Mayor, President, members of the Atlanta 15-R-3874 Page 5 of 6 Packet Pg. 234

223 City Council and the District Attorney s Office and should address youth crime, gang violence, programming and policy changes of local jurisdictions, as well as any recommendations to submit to the Georgia General Assembly I.5 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this task force shall terminate in two years and shall terminate upon two years from the date of final passage by Council, unless otherwise extended by a Resolution of the Atlanta City Council. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that all resolutions and parts of resolutions in conflict are hereby rescinded. 15-R-3874 Page 6 of 6 Packet Pg. 235

224 I.5.a A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER MARY NORWOOD A RESOLUTION ESTABLISIDNG THE METRO ATLANTA TASK FORCE TO PREVENT GANG VIOLENCE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, In the past 5 years, the United States has seen an 8% increase in the number of gangs, an 11% increase in members and a 23% increase in gang-related Homicides; and WHEREAS, in Fulton County alone for the year 2004, 4 defendants were charged with "participation in criminal street gang activity.", but in 2014, 89 defendants were charged with "participation in criminal street gang activity," which represents a 2,125% increase in criminal street gang activity; and WHEREAS, similarly in Fulton County in 2004, only 1 defendant was charged with a gangrelated homicide, but by 2014, 24 defendants were charged with gang-related homicides; and WHEREAS, ten years from now if this same pattern persists, 1,891 defendants could be charged with "gang activity" and 596 defendants will be charged with a gang-related murder; and WHEREAS, according to cases indicted by the Office of the Fulton County District Attorney, 17% of all Fulton County Homicides are Gang-Related; and WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta along with its partners from the county, state, and federal government need to work together in a collaborative forum to address the multi-jurisdictional issues of gang-related issues that are terrorizing our community; and WHEREAS, this legislation will direct the City of Atlanta's Police Department, as convener, to request that the following jurisdictions participate in the Metro Atlanta Task Force: Fulton, DeKalb, Cobb, Gwinnett, and Clayton; and WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta, as convener, will participate with a City representative from all of the entities, as applicable. WHEREAS, each of these counties will be asked to designate a representative from the following itemized list to participate in the Metro Atlanta Task Force. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, that the Metro Atlanta Task Force to Eradicate Gang Violence is hereby established. Attachment: 8 METRO ATLANTA TASK FORCE (15-R-3874 : METRO ATLANTA TASK FORCE) BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Metro Atlanta Task Force to Eradicate Gang Violence shall include the following members: The Chief of Police for each jurisdiction or Designee The Chief of Police for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority Police or Designee Packet Pg. 236

225 I.5.a The Superintendent of each jurisdiction's Public School System or Designee The Director of Security for each jurisdiction's Public School System or Designee Each furisdiction's District Attorney or Designee Each jurisdiction's Public Defender or Designee The Chief Judge of each jurisdiction's Juvenile Justice System or Designee The Chief Judge of each jurisdiction's Courts or Designee Special Agent in Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Atlanta Bureau or Designee A representative of the Georgia Department of Corrections A representative of each jurisdiction's Jail or Detention Center A member of each jurisdiction's Police Department's Gang Unit or designee in a similar capacity A Gang Unit Prosecutor from each jurisdiction A representative from United Youth-Adult Conference II A representative of a Non-Profit involved in gang-related prevention activities BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Office of Municipal Clerk is hereby directed to notify the above individuals and organizations to request that the names of their nominees be submitted to the Office of Municipal Clerk. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that members of the The Metro Atlanta Task Force to Eradicate Gang Violence do not require confirmation. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Atlanta Police Department and the Atlanta Police Foundation shall provide technical assistance and staffmg to the Task Force. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Task Force shall meet quarterly as needed in a public building and all meetings shall be open to the public. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Task Force shall elect a Chairman to preside over meetings and other officers as needed by the Task Force to conduct business. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Task Force shall submit a report to the full Atlanta City Council through an official communication to the Municipal Clerk that shall be read and filed; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this report shall be to the Mayor, President and Members of the Atlanta City Council and should address youth crime, gang violence, programming and policy changes of local jurisdictions, as well as any recommendations to submit to the Georgia General Assembly BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this task force shall terminate in two years and shall terminate upon two years from the date of final passage by Council, unless otherwise extended by a Resolution of the Atlanta City Council. Attachment: 8 METRO ATLANTA TASK FORCE (15-R-3874 : METRO ATLANTA TASK FORCE) BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that all resolutions and parts of resolutions in conflict are hereby rescinded. Packet Pg. 237

226 I.5.c COMMITTEE AMENDMENT FORM DATE: Tuesday, July 28, 2015 Committee: Public Safety PAGE # S: Ordinance # SECTION(S): Resolution # 15-R-3874 PARAGRAPH 9 th Resolve Clause Amends the legislation add the District Attorney s Office as a recipient of the Task Force report. It currently reads BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this report shall be to the Mayor, President, and members of the Atlanta City Council and should address youth crime, gang violence, programming and policy changes of local jurisdictions, as well as any recommendations to submit to the Georgia General Assembly. It shall now read BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this report shall be to the Mayor, President, members of the Atlanta City Council and the District Attorney s Office and and should address youth crime, gang violence, programming and policy changes of local jurisdictions, as well as any recommendations to submit to the Georgia General Assembly. Attachment: 15-R-3874 (Amendment Form) (15-R-3874 : METRO ATLANTA TASK FORCE) Packet Pg. 238

227 15-R-3874 I.5.d A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER MARY NORWOOD AS AMENDED BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE ESTABLISHING THE METRO ATLANTA TASK FORCE TO PREVENT GANG VIOLENCE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, In the past 5 years, the United States has seen an 8% increase in the number of gangs, an 11% increase in members and a 23% increase in gang-related Homicides; and WHEREAS, in Fulton County alone for the year 2004, 4 defendants were charged with "participation in criminal street gang activity.", but in 2014, 89 defendants were charged with "participation in criminal street gang activity," which represents a 2,125% increase in criminal street gang activity; and WHEREAS, similarly in Fulton County in 2004, only 1 defendant was charged with a gang related homicide, but by 2014, 24 defendants were charged with gang-related homicides; and WHEREAS, ten years from now if this same pattern persists, 1,891 defendants could be charged with "gang activity" and 596 defendants will be charged with a gang-related murder; and WHEREAS, according to cases indicted by the Office of the Fulton County District Attorney, 17% of all Fulton County Homicides are Gang-Related; and WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta along with its partners from the county, state, and federal government need to work together in a collaborative forum to address the multi-jurisdictional issues of gang-related issues that are terrorizing our community; and WHEREAS, this legislation will direct the City of Atlanta's Police Department, as convener, to request that the following jurisdictions participate in the Metro Atlanta Task Force: Fulton, DeKalb, Cobb, Gwinnett, and Clayton; and WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta, as convener, will participate with a City representative from all of the entities, as applicable. WHEREAS, each of these counties will be asked to designate a representative from the following itemized list to participate in the Metro Atlanta Task Force. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, that the Metro Atlanta Task Force to Eradicate Gang Violence is hereby established. Attachment: AMD 15-R-3874 (Gang Task Force) (15-R-3874 : METRO ATLANTA TASK FORCE) BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Metro Atlanta Task Force to Eradicate Gang Violence shall include the following members: The Chief of Police for each jurisdiction or Designee Packet Pg. 239

228 I.5.d The Chief of Police for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority Police or Designee The Superintendent of each jurisdiction's Public School System or Designee The Director of Security for each jurisdiction's Public School System or Designee Each Jurisdiction's District Attorney or Designee Each jurisdiction's Public Defender or Designee The Chief Judge of each jurisdiction's Juvenile Justice System or Designee The Chief Judge of each jurisdiction's Courts or Designee Special Agent in Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Atlanta Bureau or Designee A representative of the Georgia Department of Corrections A representative of each jurisdiction's Jail or Detention Center A member of each jurisdiction's Police Department's Gang Unit or designee in a similar capacity A Gang Unit Prosecutor from each jurisdiction A representative from United Youth-Adult Conference II A representative of a Non-Profit involved in gang-related prevention activities BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Office of Municipal Clerk is hereby directed to notify the above individuals and organizations to request that the names of their nominees be submitted to the Office of Municipal Clerk. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that members of the The Metro Atlanta Task Force to Eradicate Gang Violence do not require confirmation. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Atlanta Police Department and the Atlanta Police Foundation shall provide technical assistance and staffmg to the Task Force. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Task Force shall meet quarterly as needed in a public building and all meetings shall be open to the public. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Task Force shall elect a Chairman to preside over meetings and other officers as needed by the Task Force to conduct business. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Task Force shall submit a report to the full Atlanta City Council through an official communication to the Municipal Clerk that shall be read and Filed. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this report shall be to the Mayor, President, members of the Atlanta City Council and the District Attorney s Office and should address youth crime, gang violence, programming and policy changes of local jurisdictions, as well as any recommendations to submit to the Georgia General Assembly Attachment: AMD 15-R-3874 (Gang Task Force) (15-R-3874 : METRO ATLANTA TASK FORCE) BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this task force shall terminate in two years and shall terminate upon two years from the date of final passage by Council, unless otherwise extended by a Resolution of the Atlanta City Council. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that all resolutions and parts of resolutions in conflict are hereby rescinded. Packet Pg. 240

229 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3920 I.6 A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER KWANZA HALL TO CREATE AND AUTHORIZE A DESIGN TEAM FOR A PILOT PRE-ARREST DIVERSION INITIATIVE IN THE CITY OF ATLANTA; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Workflow List: Clerk of Council Completed 08/18/2015 2:45 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending HISTORY: 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 4 Packet Pg. 241

230 CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA SPONSOR SIGNATURES 15-R-3920 I.6 15-R-3920 Page 2 of 4 Packet Pg. 242

231 I.6 A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER KWANZA HALL TO CREATE AND AUTHORIZE A DESIGN TEAM FOR A PILOT PRE-ARREST DIVERSION INITIATIVE IN THE CITY OF ATLANTA; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, the city of Atlanta is seeking new ways to approach public safety and address the crisis of mass criminalization and incarceration; WHEREAS, longstanding approaches of cycling people in and out of jail for non-violent drug and prostitution related offenses have not been successful in decreasing these behaviors or improving community quality of life; WHEREAS, the vast majority of those individuals housed in our city and county jails are nonviolent individuals who struggle with mental health issues, addiction, and poverty and who would be better served by social services; WHEREAS, those who cycle through our jails and courts are overwhelmingly, and disproportionately, people of color; WHEREAS, a recent study revealed that 481 "repeat offenders" in the city are responsible for over 10,000 arrests each year, burdening the taxpayer funded criminal justice system and doing little to increase safety or reduce recidivism; WHEREAS, other jurisdictions have found that Pre-Arrest Diversion Initiatives save lives and dollars by redirecting people out of the criminal justice system and into life changing services; WHEREAS, President Barack Obama has stated that Pre-Arrest Diversion Initiatives are a priority for his administration, in line with the practical blueprint created by the Taskforce for 21st Century Policing; and WHEREAS, The Open Society Foundation has granted the city, via the Racial Justice Action Center, a Planning Grant in the amount of$200, to engage all key stakeholders in a planning process to develop a Pre-Arrest Diversion Initiative. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, that a Pre-Arrest Diversion Initiative Design Team is hereby created and authorized to engage in a thorough planning process toward the implementation of a pilot for 15-R-3920 Page 3 of 4 Packet Pg. 243

232 a Pre-Arrest Diversion Initiative. I.6 The Design Team shall engage in a directed vision and planning process to decide program details including but not limited to: Guiding vision and principles for the initiative; Location of the pilot program and targeted population; Program eligibility, including charges and backgrounds; Case management requirements for the social service component; Collaboration and communication between entities; Fundraising and sustainability; and Through and objective evaluation of the program This Design Team shall include key stakeholders, including but not limited to: A representative from the Atlanta City Council A representative from Fulton County Board of Commissioners Chief of the Atlanta Police Department Fulton County District Attorney City Solicitor A representative from the judicial branch (Municipal, Superior, and State Court) Chief Public Defender for Fulton County and City of Atlanta A representative from the pilot neighborhood A representative of the trans* community A representative from an organization led by formerly incarcerated women A representative of a youth organization BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Design Team shall operate between September 2015 and shall sunset on September 1, BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that all resolutions and parts of resolutions in conflict are hereby rescinded. 15-R-3920 Page 4 of 4 Packet Pg. 244

233 I.6.a Packet Pg. 245 Attachment: 10 PILOT PRE ARREST (15-R-3920 : PILOT PRE ARREST)

234 I.6.a Packet Pg. 246 Attachment: 10 PILOT PRE ARREST (15-R-3920 : PILOT PRE ARREST)

235 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3931 I.7 A RESOLUTION BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF LATREICE MITCHELL V. CITY OF ATLANTA, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 15-EV D, FULTON COUNTY STATE COURT, IN THE AMOUNT OF $20,000.00; AUTHORIZING SAID AMOUNT TO BE PAID FROM 5051 (WATER & WASTEWATER REVENUE FUND) CENTER NUMBER (DWM BURIED INFRASTRUCTURE) (PROPERTY/LIQUIDATION) AND (WATER ADMINISTRATION); AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO DISTRIBUTE THE TOTAL SETTLEMENT AMOUNT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Workflow List: Laura Burton Completed 07/24/2015 4:00 PM Finance Completed 08/12/2015 9:25 AM Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/18/ :10 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 247

236 I.7 A RESOLUTION BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF LATREICE MITCHELL V. CITY OF ATLANTA, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 15-EV D, FULTON COUNTY STATE COURT, IN THE AMOUNT OF $20,000.00; AUTHORIZING SAID AMOUNT TO BE PAID FROM 5051 (WATER & WASTEWATER REVENUE FUND) CENTER NUMBER (DWM BURIED INFRASTRUCTURE) (PROPERTY/LIQUIDATION) AND (WATER ADMINISTRATION); AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO DISTRIBUTE THE TOTAL SETTLEMENT AMOUNT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, Plaintiff, Latreice Mitchell, filed a lawsuit, Latreice Mitchell vs. City of Atlanta, alleging that her property sustained flooding damages as result of increased water pressure into her home. Plaintiff also alleges she sustained personal injuries when she slipped and fell in her flooded home; WHEREAS, Plaintiff alleges that due to the City s failure to properly maintain and secure its water system, she sustained property damage and personal injuries resulting from increased water pressure; WHEREAS, the City Attorney has done an extensive review of the facts and the law, and has determined that the City of Atlanta s potential financial exposure in defending Plaintiff s claims is in excess of the settlement amount; WHEREAS, Plaintiff Latreice Mitchell has agreed to accept $20, in full settlement of all claims against the City of Atlanta including interest and attorney s fees; WHEREAS, the City Attorney considers it to be in the best interest of the City to pay Plaintiff the total amount of $20, to settle all claims against the City of Atlanta. THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA hereby resolves as follows: SECTION 1 The City Attorney is hereby authorized to settle and execute all settlement documents in the case of Latreice Mitchell vs. City of Atlanta, Fulton County State Court, Civil Action File No. 15-EV D, in the amount of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00). SECTION 2 The Chief Financial Officer is authorized to pay the amount of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00) to Latreice Mitchell. Said payment is to be charged, paid and issued from Fund 5051 (Water & Wastewater Revenue Fund) Center Number (DWM Buried Infrastructure) Account (Property/Liquidation) and (Water Administration); and made payable to MBW Law, LLC, as attorneys for Latreice Mitchell, 949 Image Avenue, Suite B, Atlanta, Georgia, Such payment shall be in full consideration of the dismissal of all claims against the City of Atlanta, and its current and former officers and employees. 15-R-3931 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 248

237 I.7.a A RESOLUTION BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF LATREICE MITCHELL V. CITY OF ATLANTA, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 15-EV D, FULTON COUNTY STATE COURT, IN THE AMOUNT OF $20,000.00; AUTHORIZING SAID AMOUNT TO BE PAID FROM 5051 (WATER & WASTEWATER REVENUE FUND) CENTER NUMBER (DWM BURIED INFRASTRUCTURE) (PROPERTY/LIQUIDATION) AND (WATER ADMINISTRATION); AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO DISTRIBUTE THE TOTAL SETTLEMENT AMOUNT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, Plaintiff, Latreice Mitchell, filed a lawsuit, Latreice Mitchell vs. City of Atlanta, alleging that her property sustained flooding damages as result of increased water pressure into her home. Plaintiff also alleges she sustained personal injuries when she slipped and fell in her flooded home; WHEREAS, Plaintiff alleges that due to the City s failure to properly maintain and secure its water system, she sustained property damage and personal injuries resulting from increased water pressure; WHEREAS, the City Attorney has done an extensive review of the facts and the law, and has determined that the City of Atlanta s potential financial exposure in defending Plaintiff s claims is in excess of the settlement amount; WHEREAS, Plaintiff Latreice Mitchell has agreed to accept $20, in full settlement of all claims against the City of Atlanta including interest and attorney s fees; WHEREAS, the City Attorney considers it to be in the best interest of the City to pay Plaintiff the total amount of $20, to settle all claims against the City of Atlanta. Attachment: Settlement Resolution Mitchell, Latriece (15-R-3931 : A Settlement Resolution re Latriece Mitchell v City of Atlanta) Packet Pg. 249

238 I.7.a THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA hereby resolves as follows: SECTION 1 The City Attorney is hereby authorized to settle and execute all settlement documents in the case of Latreice Mitchell vs. City of Atlanta, Fulton County State Court, Civil Action File No. 15-EV D, in the amount of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00). SECTION 2 The Chief Financial Officer is authorized to pay the amount of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00) to Latreice Mitchell. Said payment is to be charged, paid and issued from Fund 5051 (Water & Wastewater Revenue Fund) Center Number (DWM Buried Infrastructure) Account (Property/Liquidation) and (Water Administration); and made payable to MBW Law, LLC, as attorneys for Latreice Mitchell, 949 Image Avenue, Suite B, Atlanta, Georgia, Such payment shall be in full consideration of the dismissal of all claims against the City of Atlanta, and its current and former officers and employees. Attachment: Settlement Resolution Mitchell, Latriece (15-R-3931 : A Settlement Resolution re Latriece Mitchell v City of Atlanta) Packet Pg. 250

239 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3932 I.8 A RESOLUTION BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF THOMAS CONCRETE OF GEORGIA, INC. V. CITY OF ATLANTA AND BEAZER HOMES CORPORATION, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO CV , FULTON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT, IN THE AMOUNT OF $100,000.00; AUTHORIZING SAID AMOUNT TO BE PAID FROM 5051 (WATER & WASTEWATER REVENUE FUND) CENTER NUMBER (DWM BURIED INFRASTRUCTURE) (PROPERTY/LIQUIDATION) AND (WATER ADMINISTRATION); AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO DISTRIBUTE THE TOTAL SETTLEMENT AMOUNT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Workflow List: Laura Burton Completed 07/31/2015 7:50 PM Finance Completed 08/12/2015 9:25 AM Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/18/ :11 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 251

240 I.8 A RESOLUTION BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF THOMAS CONCRETE OF GEORGIA, INC. V. CITY OF ATLANTA AND BEAZER HOMES CORPORATION, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO CV , FULTON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT, IN THE AMOUNT OF $100,000.00; AUTHORIZING SAID AMOUNT TO BE PAID FROM 5051 (WATER & WASTEWATER REVENUE FUND) CENTER NUMBER (DWM BURIED INFRASTRUCTURE) (PROPERTY/LIQUIDATION) AND (WATER ADMINISTRATION); AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO DISTRIBUTE THE TOTAL SETTLEMENT AMOUNT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, Plaintiff, Thomas Concrete of Georgia, Inc., filed a lawsuit, Thomas Concrete of Georgia, Inc. vs. City of Atlanta and Beazer Homes Corporation, alleging that its property sustained damages as a result of sanitary sewer backups on the property; WHEREAS, Plaintiff alleges that due to the City s failure to properly maintain its sanitary sewer system, it sustained property damage resulting from the sanitary sewer backups; WHEREAS, the City Attorney has done an extensive review of the facts and the law, and has determined that the City of Atlanta s potential financial exposure in defending Plaintiff s claims is in excess of the settlement amount; WHEREAS, Plaintiff Thomas Concrete of Georgia, Inc. has agreed to accept $100, in full settlement of all claims against the City of Atlanta including interest and attorney s fees; WHEREAS, the City Attorney considers it to be in the best interest of the City to pay Plaintiff the total amount of $100, to settle all claims against the City of Atlanta. THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA hereby resolves as follows: SECTION 1 The City Attorney is hereby authorized to settle and execute all settlement documents in the case of Thomas Concrete of Georgia, Inc. vs. City of Atlanta and Beazer Homes Corporation, Fulton County Superior Court, Civil Action File No CV , in the amount of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00). SECTION 2 The Chief Financial Officer is authorized to pay the amount of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) to Thomas Concrete of Georgia, Inc. Said payment is to be charged, paid and issued from Fund 5051 (Water & Wastewater Revenue Fund) Center Number (DWM Buried Infrastructure) Account (Property/Liquidation) and (Water Administration); and made payable to The Galloway Law Group, LLC, as attorneys for Thomas Concrete of Georgia, Inc., 3500 Lenox Road, N.E., Suite 760, Atlanta, Georgia, Such payment shall be in full consideration of the dismissal of all claims against the City of Atlanta, and its current and former officers and employees. 15-R-3932 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 252

241 I.8.a A RESOLUTION BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE SETTLEMENT OF ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF ATLANTA IN THE CASE OF THOMAS CONCRETE OF GEORGIA, INC. V. CITY OF ATLANTA AND BEAZER HOMES CORPORATION, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO CV , FULTON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT, IN THE AMOUNT OF $100,000.00; AUTHORIZING SAID AMOUNT TO BE PAID FROM 5051 (WATER & WASTEWATER REVENUE FUND) CENTER NUMBER (DWM BURIED INFRASTRUCTURE) (PROPERTY/LIQUIDATION) AND (WATER ADMINISTRATION); AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO DISTRIBUTE THE TOTAL SETTLEMENT AMOUNT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, Plaintiff, Thomas Concrete of Georgia, Inc., filed a lawsuit, Thomas Concrete of Georgia, Inc. vs. City of Atlanta and Beazer Homes Corporation, alleging that its property sustained damages as a result of sanitary sewer backups on the property; WHEREAS, Plaintiff alleges that due to the City s failure to properly maintain its sanitary sewer system, it sustained property damage resulting from the sanitary sewer backups; WHEREAS, the City Attorney has done an extensive review of the facts and the law, and has determined that the City of Atlanta s potential financial exposure in defending Plaintiff s claims is in excess of the settlement amount; WHEREAS, Plaintiff Thomas Concrete of Georgia, Inc. has agreed to accept $100, in full settlement of all claims against the City of Atlanta including interest and attorney s fees; WHEREAS, the City Attorney considers it to be in the best interest of the City to pay Plaintiff the total amount of $100, to settle all claims against the City of Atlanta. Attachment: Settlement Resolution Thomas Concrete (15-R-3932 : A Settlement Resolution re Thomas Concrete of Georgia, Inc. v City of Packet Pg. 253

242 I.8.a THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA hereby resolves as follows: SECTION 1 The City Attorney is hereby authorized to settle and execute all settlement documents in the case of Thomas Concrete of Georgia, Inc. vs. City of Atlanta and Beazer Homes Corporation, Fulton County Superior Court, Civil Action File No CV , in the amount of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00). SECTION 2 The Chief Financial Officer is authorized to pay the amount of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) to Thomas Concrete of Georgia, Inc. Said payment is to be charged, paid and issued from Fund 5051 (Water & Wastewater Revenue Fund) Center Number (DWM Buried Infrastructure) Account (Property/Liquidation) and (Water Administration); and made payable to The Galloway Law Group, LLC, as attorneys for Thomas Concrete of Georgia, Inc., 3500 Lenox Road, N.E., Suite 760, Atlanta, Georgia, Such payment shall be in full consideration of the dismissal of all claims against the City of Atlanta, and its current and former officers and employees. Attachment: Settlement Resolution Thomas Concrete (15-R-3932 : A Settlement Resolution re Thomas Concrete of Georgia, Inc. v City of Packet Pg. 254

243 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3933 I.9 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AN APPROPRIATE CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH KEEFE COMMISSARY NETWORK FOR FC-7098, FOR INMATE COMMISSARY SERVICES, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED FOUR HUNDRED EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($480,000.00) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING LABOR, SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS NECESSARY FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUST FUND AND THE MANAGEMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF COMMISSARY GOODS FOR DETAINEES IN THE ATLANTA CITY DETENTION CENTER (ACDC); PROVIDER SHALL PAY A COMMISSION OF 35% OF THE MONTHLY GROSS SALES FOR REGULAR COMMISSARY AND SEASONAL/HOLIDAY SPECIALTY PACKAGE SALES, WITH A MINIMUM ANNUAL GUARANTEE ( MAG ) OF $45,000.00; ALL COMMISSIONS OWED TO THE CITY SHALL BE DEPOSITED TO 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORRECTINAL FOOD SERVICES), (PROCEEDS FROM INMATES), (ADULT CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS), (INMATE DEPOSITS), (NON-CAPITAL TRUST PROJECTS) AND ALL CONTRACTED WORK SHALL BE CHARGED AND PAID FROM; 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORR COMMISIONER OF CORRE), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL), (CHIEF EXECUTIVE), (JAIL FUND ADMINISTRATION), (JAIL ADMIN N CONST 9996); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Workflow List: Patrick Labat Completed 07/02/2015 2:03 PM Amber Robinson Completed 07/22/2015 9:16 AM Procurement Completed 08/13/2015 2:51 PM Adam Smith Completed 08/13/2015 2:52 PM Mayor's Office Completed 08/13/2015 3:03 PM Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/18/ :25 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 3 Packet Pg. 255

244 I.9 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AN APPROPRIATE CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH KEEFE COMMISSARY NETWORK FOR FC-7098, FOR INMATE COMMISSARY SERVICES, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED FOUR HUNDRED EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($480,000.00) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING LABOR, SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS NECESSARY FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUST FUND AND THE MANAGEMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF COMMISSARY GOODS FOR DETAINEES IN THE ATLANTA CITY DETENTION CENTER (ACDC); PROVIDER SHALL PAY A COMMISSION OF 35% OF THE MONTHLY GROSS SALES FOR REGULAR COMMISSARY AND SEASONAL/HOLIDAY SPECIALTY PACKAGE SALES, WITH A MINIMUM ANNUAL GUARANTEE ( MAG ) OF $45,000.00; ALL COMMISSIONS OWED TO THE CITY SHALL BE DEPOSITED TO 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORRECTINAL FOOD SERVICES), (PROCEEDS FROM INMATES), (ADULT CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS), (INMATE DEPOSITS), (NON-CAPITAL TRUST PROJECTS) AND ALL CONTRACTED WORK SHALL BE CHARGED AND PAID FROM; 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORR COMMISIONER OF CORRE), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL), (CHIEF EXECUTIVE), (JAIL FUND ADMINISTRATION), (JAIL ADMIN N CONST 9996); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AN APPROPRIATE CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH KEEFE COMMISSARY NETWORK FOR FC-7098, FOR INMATE COMMISSARY SERVICES, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED FOUR HUNDRED EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($480,000.00) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING LABOR, SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS NECESSARY FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUST FUND AND THE MANAGEMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF COMMISSARY GOODS FOR DETAINEES IN THE ATLANTA CITY DETENTION CENTER (ACDC). PROVIDER SHALL PAY A COMMISSION OF 35% OF THE MONTHLY GROSS SALES FOR REGULAR COMMISSARY AND SEASONAL/HOLIDAY SPECIALTY PACKAGE SALES, WITH A MINIMUM ANNUAL GUARANTEE ( MAG ) OF $45, ALL COMMISSIONS OWED TO THE CITY SHALL BE DEPOSITED TO 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORRECTINAL FOOD SERVICES), (PROCEEDS FROM INMATES), (ADULT CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS), (INMATE DEPOSITS), (NON-CAPITAL TRUST PROJECTS) AND ALL CONTRACTED WORK SHALL BE CHARGED AND PAID FROM; 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORR COMMISIONER OF CORRE), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL), (CHIEF EXECUTIVE), (JAIL FUND ADMINISTRATION), (JAIL ADMIN N CONST 9996); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta Department of Corrections solicited Requests for Proposals for the purpose of providing management of the inmate trust fund and distribution of commissary goods for inmates detained in the Atlanta Detention Center; and WHEREAS, the Chief of the Department of Corrections and the Chief Procurement Officer recommends awarding the FC-7098, Inmate Commissary Services to Keefe Commissary Network; and WHEREAS, that the term of the Contract shall be for five (5) years with the option to renew for a two (2) year renewal term at the City s sole discretion; and 15-R-3933 Page 2 of 3 Packet Pg. 256

245 THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA HEREBY RESOLVES that the Mayor be and is hereby authorized to enter into an contract agreement with Keefe Commissary Services for FC-7098, for the purpose of providing management of the inmate trust fund and distribution of commissary goods for inmates detained in the Atlanta Detention Center in an amount shall not to exceed four hundred and eighty thousand dollars and no cents ($480,000.00). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the terms of the Contract shall be for five (5) years with the option to renew for a two (2) year renewal term at the City s sole discretion. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, provider shall pay a commission of 35% of the monthly gross sales for regular commissary and seasonal/holiday specialty package sale, with a minimum annual guarantee ( MAG ) of $45,000.00; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all commissions owed to the City shall be deposited to 7701 (Trust Fund), (Correctional Food Services), (Proceeds from Inmates), (Adult Correctional Institutions), (Inmate Deposits), (Non-Capital Trust Projects), and for other purposes. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all contracted work be charged to and paid from 7701 (Trust Fund), (Corr Commissioner of Correc), (Consulting/Professional), (Chief Executive), (Jail Fund Administration), (Jail Admin N Const 9996) PATEO: Project (Y0404 JAIL FUND ADMINISTRATION), Award (JAIL ADMIN N CONST 9996), Task 109 (DOC Jail Surcharge), Account (Consulting/Professional). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chief Procurement Officer be and is hereby directed to prepare the appropriate contractual agreements for execution by the Mayor, and to be approved by the City Attorney as to form. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, the terms of the Contract shall be for five (5) years with the option to renew for a two (2) year renewal term at the City s sole discretion. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, provider shall pay a commission of 35% of the monthly gross sales for regular commissary and seasonal/holiday specialty package sale, with a minimum annual guarantee ( MAG ) of $45, BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, for the purpose of providing management of the inmate trust fund and distribution of commissary goods for inmates detained in the Atlanta Detention Center in an amount shall not to exceed four hundred and eighty thousand dollars and no cents ($480,000.00). BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that the agreement will not become binding upon the City and the City will incur no obligation or liability under it until it has been approved by the City Attorney as to form, executed by the Mayor, attested to by the Municipal Clerk, and delivered to the contracting parties. I.9 15-R-3933 Page 3 of 3 Packet Pg. 257

246 I.9.a Packet Pg. 258 Attachment: cycle 13-corrections (15-R-3933 : Inmate Commissary)

247 I.9.b TRANSMITTAL FORM FOR LEGISLATION TO: MAYOR S OFFICE ATTN: CANDACE L. BYRD Dept. s Legislative Liaison: Yolonda Paschall Contact Number: Originating Department: Corrections Committee(s) of Purview: Chief of Staff Deadline: June 12, 2015 PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION Anticipated Committee Meeting Date(s): June 23-24, 2015 Anticipated Full Council Date: July 6, 2015 Legislative Counsel s Signature: Commissioner s Signature: Chief Information Officer Signature (for IT Procurements) Not Applicable Chief Procurement Officer Signature: CAPTION A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AN APPROPRIATE CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH KEEFE COMMISSARY NETWORK FOR FC-7098, FOR INMATE COMMISSARY SERVICES, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED FOUR HUNDRED EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($480,000.00) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING LABOR, SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS NECESSARY FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUST FUND AND THE MANAGEMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF COMMISSARY GOODS FOR DETAINEES IN THE ATLANTA CITY DETENTION CENTER (ACDC). PROVIDER SHALL PAY A COMMISSION OF 35% OF THE MONTHLY GROSS SALES FOR REGULAR COMMISSARY AND SEASONAL/HOLIDAY SPECIALTY PACKAGE SALES, WITH A MINIMUM ANNUAL GUARANTEE ( MAG ) OF $45, ALL COMMISSIONS OWED TO THE CITY SHALL BE DEPOSITED TO 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORRECTINAL FOOD SERVICES), (PROCEEDS FROM INMATES), (ADULT CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS), (INMATE DEPOSITS), (NON-CAPITAL TRUST PROJECTS) AND ALL CONTRACTED WORK SHALL BE CHARGED AND PAID FROM; 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORR COMMISIONER OF CORRE), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL), (CHIEF EXECUTIVE), (JAIL FUND ADMINISTRATION), (JAIL ADMIN N CONST 9996); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. FINANCIAL IMPACT: Four hundred and eighty thousand dollars and no cents ($480,000.00) Mayor s Staff Only Attachment: Transmittal Form Keefe Commisary FC-7098 (15-R-3933 : Inmate Commissary) Received by CPO: (date) Received by LC from CPO: (date) Received by Mayor s Office: (date) Reviewed by: (date) Submitted to Council: (date ) Rev Packet Pg. 259

248 I.9.c A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AN APPROPRIATE CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH KEEFE COMMISSARY NETWORK FOR FC-7098, FOR INMATE COMMISSARY SERVICES, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED FOUR HUNDRED EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($480,000.00) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING LABOR, SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS NECESSARY FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUST FUND AND THE MANAGEMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF COMMISSARY GOODS FOR DETAINEES IN THE ATLANTA CITY DETENTION CENTER (ACDC). PROVIDER SHALL PAY A COMMISSION OF 35% OF THE MONTHLY GROSS SALES FOR REGULAR COMMISSARY AND SEASONAL/HOLIDAY SPECIALTY PACKAGE SALES, WITH A MINIMUM ANNUAL GUARANTEE ( MAG ) OF $45, ALL COMMISSIONS OWED TO THE CITY SHALL BE DEPOSITED TO 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORRECTINAL FOOD SERVICES), (PROCEEDS FROM INMATES), (ADULT CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS), (INMATE DEPOSITS), (NON-CAPITAL TRUST PROJECTS) AND ALL CONTRACTED WORK SHALL BE CHARGED AND PAID FROM; 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORR COMMISIONER OF CORRE), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL), (CHIEF EXECUTIVE), (JAIL FUND ADMINISTRATION), (JAIL ADMIN N CONST 9996); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta Department of Corrections solicited Requests for Proposals for the purpose of providing management of the inmate trust fund and distribution of commissary goods for inmates detained in the Atlanta Detention Center; and WHEREAS, the Chief of the Department of Corrections and the Chief Procurement Officer recommends awarding the FC-7098, Inmate Commissary Services to Keefe Commissary Network; and WHEREAS, that the term of the Contract shall be for five (5) years with the option to renew for a two (2) year renewal term at the City s sole discretion; and THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA HEREBY RESOLVES that the Mayor be and is hereby authorized to enter into an contract agreement with Keefe Commissary Services for FC-7098, for the purpose of providing management of the inmate trust fund and distribution of commissary goods for inmates detained in the Atlanta Detention Center in an amount shall not to exceed four hundred and eighty thousand dollars and no cents ($480,000.00). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the terms of the Contract shall be for five (5) years with the option to renew for a two (2) year renewal term at the City s sole discretion. Attachment: Resolution Commissary FC-7098 (2) (15-R-3933 : Inmate Commissary) BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, provider shall pay a commission of 35% of the monthly gross sales for regular commissary and seasonal/holiday specialty package sale, with a minimum annual guarantee ( MAG ) of $45,000.00; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all commissions owed to the City shall be deposited to 7701 (Trust Fund), (Correctional Food Services), (Proceeds from Inmates), (Adult Correctional Institutions), (Inmate Deposits), (Non-Capital Trust Projects), and for other purposes. Packet Pg. 260

249 I.9.c BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all contracted work be charged to and paid from 7701 (Trust Fund), (Corr Commissioner of Correc), (Consulting/Professional), (Chief Executive), (Jail Fund Administration), (Jail Admin N Const 9996) PATEO: Project (Y0404 JAIL FUND ADMINISTRATION), Award (JAIL ADMIN N CONST 9996), Task 109 (DOC Jail Surcharge), Account (Consulting/Professional). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chief Procurement Officer be and is hereby directed to prepare the appropriate contractual agreements for execution by the Mayor, and to be approved by the City Attorney as to form. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, the terms of the Contract shall be for five (5) years with the option to renew for a two (2) year renewal term at the City s sole discretion. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, provider shall pay a commission of 35% of the monthly gross sales for regular commissary and seasonal/holiday specialty package sale, with a minimum annual guarantee ( MAG ) of $45, BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, for the purpose of providing management of the inmate trust fund and distribution of commissary goods for inmates detained in the Atlanta Detention Center in an amount shall not to exceed four hundred and eighty thousand dollars and no cents ($480,000.00). BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that the agreement will not become binding upon the City and the City will incur no obligation or liability under it until it has been approved by the City Attorney as to form, executed by the Mayor, attested to by the Municipal Clerk, and delivered to the contracting parties. Attachment: Resolution Commissary FC-7098 (2) (15-R-3933 : Inmate Commissary) Packet Pg. 261

250 I.9.d Legislative Summary Committee of Purview A RESOLUTION BY FINANACE/EXECUTVE COMMITTEE Caption:. Council Meeting Date: July 6, 2015 Contract Type: Source Selection: A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AN APPROPRIATE CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH KEEFE COMMISSARY NETWORK FOR FC-7098, FOR INMATE COMMISSARY SERVICES, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED FOUR HUNDRED EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($480,000.00) ANNUALLY FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING LABOR, SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS NECESSARY FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUST FUND AND THE MANAGEMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF COMMISSARY GOODS FOR DETAINEES IN THE ATLANTA CITY DETENTION CENTER (ACDC). PROVIDER SHALL PAY A COMMISSION OF 35% OF THE MONTHLY GROSS SALES FOR REGULAR COMMISSARY AND SEASONAL/HOLIDAY SPECIALTY PACKAGE SALES, WITH A MINIMUM ANNUAL GUARANTEE ( MAG ) OF $45, ALL COMMISSIONS OWED TO THE CITY SHALL BE DEPOSITED TO 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORRECTINAL FOOD SERVICES), (PROCEEDS FROM INMATES), (ADULT CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS), (INMATE DEPOSITS), (NON- CAPITAL TRUST PROJECTS) AND ALL CONTRACTED WORK SHALL BE CHARGED AND PAID FROM; 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORR COMMISIONER OF CORRE), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL), (CHIEF EXECUTIVE), (JAIL FUND ADMINISTRATION), (JAIL ADMIN N CONST 9996); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES Professional RFP Proposals Due: October 24, 2014 Attachment: Legislative Summary (15-R-3933 : Inmate Commissary) Invitations Issued: N/A Proposals Received: 1 Background: Source of Funds: The DOC has a need for an inmate commissary vendor. ALL COMMISSIONS OWED TO THE CITY SHALL BE DEPOSITED TO 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORRECTINAL DOP Legislative Summary Packet Pg. 262

251 I.9.d FOOD SERVICES), (PROCEEDS FROM INMATES), (ADULT CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS), (INMATE DEPOSITS), (NON-CAPITAL TRUST PROJECTS) AND ALL CONTRACTED WORK SHALL BE CHARGED AND PAID FROM; 7701 (TRUST FUND), (CORR COMMISIONER OF CORRE), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL), (CHIEF EXECUTIVE), (JAIL FUND ADMINISTRATION), (JAIL ADMIN N CONST 9996); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Fiscal Impact (if any): $480, Term of Contract: Method of Cost Recovery: Approvals: DOF: DOL: Five (5) year term with the option to renew for two (2) additional years. Revenue Generating Approved Prepared By Arthur Smalls, Contracting Officer, Contract Number: FC-7098 Attachment: Legislative Summary (15-R-3933 : Inmate Commissary) DOP Legislative Summary Packet Pg. 263

252 IF NOT LOWEST BIDDER, REASON STATED: N/A I.9.d IF BIDDERS DEEMED NON-RESPONSIVE/RESPONSIBLE, MUST INCLUDE REASONS: N/A COMPLETE CONTRACT INFORMATION, INCLUDING REASONS FOR AMENDMENTS, ETC. MUST SHOW CHRONOLOGICAL PROCUREMENT ACTIVITIES: N/A OTHER CONTRACTS WITH COA LISTED, DATES, AMOUNTS (ALL JV PARTNERS). INCLUDE THE FC NUMBER, CONTRACT NAME AND USER AGENCY. FC-6008, Inmate Commissary SECRETARY OF STATE OR BUSINESS LICENSE ATTACHED IF NOT CURRENT, YOU MUST WORK WITH CONTRACT TO RESOLVE BEFORE THE LEGISLATION GOES TO COS. IF A JV, YOU MUST HAVE CERTIFICATE FOR EACH MEMBER. Yes PRINCIPLES NAMES AND TITLES LISTED. IF JV, YOU MUST HAVE FOR EACH MEMBER. Bill Bosco Vp Sales DATE AWARD NOTIFICATION LETTERS PREPARED FOR AWARDED AND UNSUCCESSFUL BIDDERS/PROPONENTS: ANY INFORMATION ABOUT PREVIOUS SERVICES USED, RELATED AGREEMENTS, HISTORY, ETC. N/A OCC INFORMATION REGARDING MINORITY PARTICIPATION INCLUDED OR ATTACHED TO LEGISLATIVE PACKET. N/A RECOMMENDATION LETTER INCLUDED AND ATTACHED TO LEGISLATIVE PACKAGE: Yes IF RENEWAL LEGISLATION, MUST HAVE PERFORMANCE REPORT. IF THERE ARE ANY DERAGOTORY COMMENTS, THERE MUST BE A CORRECTIVE ACTION PLAN. THIS NEEDS TO BE DISCUSSED WITH DCPO. N/A IF CO-OP, MUST INCLUDE THE RENEWAL LETTER FROM CPO AND QUESTIONNAIRE. N/A REQUISITION APPROVED IN ORACLE No EFFECTIVE DATE SPREADSHEET INCLUDED 6/10/2015 Attachment: Legislative Summary (15-R-3933 : Inmate Commissary) DOP Legislative Summary Packet Pg. 264

253 I.9.d Attachment: Legislative Summary (15-R-3933 : Inmate Commissary) DOP Legislative Summary Packet Pg. 265

254 I.9.e Attachment: (15-R-3933 : Inmate Commissary) Packet Pg. 266

255 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3934 I.10 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL SOLUTIONS, INC. ( I/O SOLUTIONS ) FOR FC-8101, ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF POLICE ( DEPARTMENT ), IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($200,000) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATIONS. ALL COSTS TO BE CHARGED TO 1001 (GENERAL FUND), (APD POLICE ADMINISTRATION), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL SERV), (POLICE ADMINISTRATION); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Workflow List: George Turner Completed 08/13/ :49 PM Amber Robinson Completed 08/13/2015 1:22 PM Finance Completed 08/13/2015 1:23 PM Procurement Completed 08/13/2015 3:12 PM Adam Smith Completed 08/13/2015 3:13 PM Mayor's Office Completed 08/13/2015 3:57 PM Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/18/ :17 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 3 Packet Pg. 267

256 I.10 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL SOLUTIONS, INC. ( I/O SOLUTIONS ) FOR FC-8101, ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF POLICE ( DEPARTMENT ), IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($200,000) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATIONS. ALL COSTS TO BE CHARGED TO 1001 (GENERAL FUND), (APD POLICE ADMINISTRATION), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL SERV), (POLICE ADMINISTRATION); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, qualified police supervisors are required to deliver effective police services; and WHEREAS, the Police Department offers promotional testing examinations in accordance with City Code of Ordinances Chapter 98 Article II Division 2 Promotion Policy ; and WHEREAS, I/O Solutions was selected as the most responsible and responsive proponent of promotional examination testing services pursuant to a Request for Proposal ( RFP ) that resulted in Formal Contract FC-8101; and WHEREAS, the Department desires to execute Formal Contract FC-8101 with I/O Solutions for the purpose of providing promotional testing services. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA HEREBY ORDAINS as follows: SECTION 1: That the Mayor is hereby authorized to enter into a contract with I/O Solutions, Inc. for promotional testing services for the Atlanta Police Department, in an amount not to exceed two hundred thousand dollars and zero cents ($200,000) per year. SECTION 2: That the term of the contract is for six (6) years with one, six (6) year renewal option at the sole discretion of the City. SECTION 3: That all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from TO 1001 (GENERAL FUND), (APD POLICE ADMINISTRATION), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL SERV), (POLICE ADMINISTRATION). SECTION 4: That the Chief Procurement Officer be and is hereby directed to prepare an appropriate contractual agreement to be approved by the City Attorney as to form. SECTION 5: That said contractual agreement shall not become binding upon the City and the City shall incur no liability until such contract has been executed by the Mayor, attested to by the Municipal Clerk, and delivered to the contracting parties. 15-R-3934 Page 2 of 3 Packet Pg. 268

257 I.10 SECTION 6: That all ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby waived to the extent of the conflict. 15-R-3934 Page 3 of 3 Packet Pg. 269

258 I.10.a Packet Pg. 270 Attachment: Signed Resolution (15-R-3934 : I/O Solutions Police Promotional Testing)

259 I.10.a Packet Pg. 271 Attachment: Signed Resolution (15-R-3934 : I/O Solutions Police Promotional Testing)

260 I.10.a Packet Pg. 272 Attachment: Signed Resolution (15-R-3934 : I/O Solutions Police Promotional Testing)

261 I.10.a Packet Pg. 273 Attachment: Signed Resolution (15-R-3934 : I/O Solutions Police Promotional Testing)

262 I.10.a Packet Pg. 274 Attachment: Signed Resolution (15-R-3934 : I/O Solutions Police Promotional Testing)

263 I.10.b TRANSMITTAL FORM FOR LEGISLATION TO: MAYOR S OFFICE ATTN: CANDACE L. BYRD Dept. s Legislative Liaison: Contact Number: Originating Department: Committee(s) of Purview: Police Inv. William Boyd Public Safety Chief of Staff Deadline: 7 August 2015 Anticipated Committee Meeting Date(s): August 2015 Anticipated Full Council Date: 8 September 2015 Legislative Counsel s Signature: Commissioner s Signature: Chief Financial Officer: Chief Information Officer Signature (for IT Procurements) Chief Procurement Officer Signature: CAPTION A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL SOLUTIONS, INC. ( I/O SOLUTIONS ) FOR FC-8101, ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF POLICE ( DEPARTMENT ), IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($200,000) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATIONS. ALL COSTS TO BE CHARGED TO 1001 (GENERAL FUND), (APD POLICE ADMINISTRATION), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL SERV), (POLICE ADMINISTRATION); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. FINANCIAL IMPACT: (if any) Mayor s Staff Only Received by CPO: (date) Received by Mayor s Office: (date) Submitted to Council: (date ) Received by LC from CPO: (date) Reviewed by: (date) Attachment: IO Solutions Promotional Testing Resolution (15-R-3934 : I/O Solutions Police Promotional Testing) Rev Packet Pg. 275

264 I.10.b Legislative White Paper Committee of Purview: Public Safety Caption: A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL SOLUTIONS, INC. ( I/O SOLUTIONS ) FOR FC-8101, ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF POLICE ( DEPARTMENT ), IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($200,000) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATIONS. ALL COSTS TO BE CHARGED TO 1001 (GENERAL FUND), (APD POLICE ADMINISTRATION), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL SERV), (POLICE ADMINISTRATION); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Council Meeting Date: 8 September 2015 Legislation Title: Requesting Dept.: Contract Type: Source Selection: Bids/Proposals Due: Invitations Issued: Number of Bids/ Proposals Received: Bidders/Proponents: Background: Fund Account Center: Source of Funds: Fiscal Impact: Term of Contract: Sergeants and Lieutenants Promotional Testing on Behalf of APD Police RFP N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A IO Solutions will provide testing for qualified applicants N/A N/A General Fund Six (6) years with one renew option for six (6) additional years Attachment: IO Solutions Promotional Testing Resolution (15-R-3934 : I/O Solutions Police Promotional Testing) Rev Packet Pg. 276

265 I.10.b Method of Cost Recovery: Approvals: DOF: DOL: Prepared By: Inv. William Boyd Contact Number: Attachment: IO Solutions Promotional Testing Resolution (15-R-3934 : I/O Solutions Police Promotional Testing) Rev Packet Pg. 277

266 I.10.b A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL SOLUTIONS, INC. ( I/O SOLUTIONS ) FOR FC-8101, ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF POLICE ( DEPARTMENT ), IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($200,000) FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATIONS. ALL COSTS TO BE CHARGED TO 1001 (GENERAL FUND), (APD POLICE ADMINISTRATION), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL SERV), (POLICE ADMINISTRATION); AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, qualified police supervisors are required to deliver effective police services; and WHEREAS, the Police Department offers promotional testing examinations in accordance with City Code of Ordinances Chapter 98 Article II Division 2 Promotion Policy ; and WHEREAS, I/O Solutions was selected as the most responsible and responsive proponent of promotional examination testing services pursuant to a Request for Proposal ( RFP ) that resulted in Formal Contract FC-8101; and WHEREAS, the Department desires to execute Formal Contract FC-8101 with I/O Solutions for the purpose of providing promotional testing services. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA HEREBY ORDAINS as follows: SECTION 1: That the Mayor is hereby authorized to enter into a contract with I/O Solutions, Inc. for promotional testing services for the Atlanta Police Department, in an amount not to exceed two hundred thousand dollars and zero cents ($200,000) per year. SECTION 2: That the term of the contract is for six (6) years with one, six (6) year renewal option at the sole discretion of the City. SECTION 3: That all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from TO 1001 (GENERAL FUND), (APD POLICE ADMINISTRATION), (CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL SERV), (POLICE ADMINISTRATION). SECTION 4: That the Chief Procurement Officer be and is hereby directed to prepare an appropriate contractual agreement to be approved by the City Attorney as to form. Attachment: IO Solutions Promotional Testing Resolution (15-R-3934 : I/O Solutions Police Promotional Testing) Rev Packet Pg. 278

267 I.10.b SECTION 5: That said contractual agreement shall not become binding upon the City and the City shall incur no liability until such contract has been executed by the Mayor, attested to by the Municipal Clerk, and delivered to the contracting parties. SECTION 6: That all ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby waived to the extent of the conflict. Attachment: IO Solutions Promotional Testing Resolution (15-R-3934 : I/O Solutions Police Promotional Testing) Rev Packet Pg. 279

268 I.10.c Attachment: OCC (15-R-3934 : I/O Solutions Police Promotional Testing) Packet Pg. 280

269 I.10.d Packet Pg. 281 Attachment: Recommendation letter (15-R-3934 : I/O Solutions Police Promotional Testing)

270 I.10.d Packet Pg. 282 Attachment: Recommendation letter (15-R-3934 : I/O Solutions Police Promotional Testing)

271 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3935 I.11 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO ENTER INTO RENEWAL NUMBER 1 TO THE CONTRACTS FOR FC-5683 CITYWIDE DEMOLITION CONTRACT FOR DEMOLITION SERVICES, WITH KISSBERG CONSTRUCTION, INC. FC-5683 (A), COMPLETE DEMOLITION SERVICES, INC., FC-5683 (B), HOBGOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC., FC-5683 (C) AND SOUTHERN DEMOLITION & ENVIRONMENTAL, INC., FC-5683 (E) TO PROVIDE CITY-WIDE DEMOLITION SERVICES FOR THE PURPOSE OF INCREASING THE NOT TO EXCEED AMOUNT BY AN ADDITIONAL ONE MILLION SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($1,700,000.00) FOR ALL CONTRACTORS; ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNTS LISTED BELOW; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Workflow List: George Turner Completed 08/13/ :50 PM Amber Robinson Completed 08/13/2015 1:21 PM Finance Completed 08/13/2015 1:24 PM Procurement Completed 08/13/2015 3:14 PM Adam Smith Completed 08/13/2015 3:14 PM Mayor's Office Completed 08/13/2015 4:03 PM Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/18/ :12 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 3 Packet Pg. 283

272 I.11 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO ENTER INTO RENEWAL NUMBER 1 TO THE CONTRACTS FOR FC-5683 CITYWIDE DEMOLITION CONTRACT FOR DEMOLITION SERVICES, WITH KISSBERG CONSTRUCTION, INC. FC-5683 (A), COMPLETE DEMOLITION SERVICES, INC., FC-5683 (B), HOBGOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC., FC-5683 (C) AND SOUTHERN DEMOLITION & ENVIRONMENTAL, INC., FC-5683 (E) TO PROVIDE CITY-WIDE DEMOLITION SERVICES FOR THE PURPOSE OF INCREASING THE NOT TO EXCEED AMOUNT BY AN ADDITIONAL ONE MILLION SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($1,700,000.00) FOR ALL CONTRACTORS; ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNTS LISTED BELOW; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta s (the City ) Department of Police Office of Code Compliance ( Code Compliance ) has approximately one hundred (100) demolition orders and approximately five hundred (500) In Rem cases pending action; and WHEREAS, the City entered into FC-5683 City wide Demolition Contracts for demolition services on behalf of Code Compliance with Kissberg Construction, Inc., FC-5683 (A), Complete Demolition Services, Inc., FC-5683 (B), Hobgood Construction Company, Inc., FC-5683 (C), and Southern Demolition & Environmental, Inc., FC-5683 (E), (Kissberg Construction, Inc., Complete Demolition Services, Inc., Hobgood Construction Company, Inc., and Southern Demolition & Environmental, Inc., (collectively referred to as Contractors ) pursuant to Resolution 12-R-0504 adopted by the Atlanta City Council on and approved per City Charter Section on May 16, 2012 with an initial term of three (3) years with one (1) two (2) year renewal option at the sole discretion of the City (collectively the Contracts ); and WHEREAS, Resolution 12-R-1682 authorized Amendments Number 1 adding the Department of Aviation a user to the Contracts; and WHEREAS, Resolution 13-R-0105 authorized Amendments Number 2 adding the Fire Department Rescue as a user to the Contracts; and WHEREAS, Resolution 13-R-0434 authorized Amendments Number 3 adding the Department of Parks and Recreation as a user to the Contracts; and WHEREAS, Resolution 13-R-3541 authorized Amendments Number 4 adding the Department of Watershed Management as a user to the Contracts; and WHEREAS, Resolution 13-R-3559 authorized Amendments Number 5 increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional four hundred fifty thousand dollars and no cents ($450,000.00); and WHEREAS, Resolution 13-R-3686 authorized Amendments Number 6 increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional two hundred seventeen thousand eighty dollars and no cents ($217,080.00); and 15-R-3935 Page 2 of 3 Packet Pg. 284

273 I.11 WHEREAS, Resolution 14-R-4248 authorized Amendments Number 7 increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional one million seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and no cents ($1,750,000.00); and WHEREAS, Resolution 15-R-3805 authorized Amendments Number 8 increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional twenty six thousand seven hundred and seventy five dollars and no cents ($26,775.00); and WHEREAS, the Chief of Police recommends entering into renewal number 1 to the Contracts with the Contractors increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional one million seven hundred thousand dollars and no cents ($1,700,000.00). WHEREAS, the Contractors have performed satisfactorily; and THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, HEREBY RESOLVES, that the Mayor, on behalf of the City, is hereby authorized to enter into renewal number 1 to the Contracts increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional one million seven hundred thousand dollars and no cents ($1,700,000.00). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that $1,700, of all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT 1001, DEAPRTMENT (APD DIRECTOR OF CODE COMPLIANCE), ACCOUNT (CONSULTANT PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (PROTECTIVE INSPECTION ADM). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Attorney is hereby directed to prepare the amendments for execution by the Mayor. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that renewal number 1 will not become binding upon the City, and the City will incur no obligation or liability under it until it has been approved by the City Attorney as to form, executed by the Mayor, attested to by the Municipal Clerk, and delivered to Contractors. 15-R-3935 Page 3 of 3 Packet Pg. 285

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281 I.11.b Part II: Legislative White Paper: (This portion of the Legislative Request Form will be shared with City Council members and staff) A. To be completed by Legislative Counsel: Committee of Purview: PUBLIC SAFETY Caption: A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO ENTER INTO RENEWAL NUMBER 1 TO THE CONTRACTS FOR FC-5683 CITYWIDE DEMOLITION CONTRACT FOR DEMOLITION SERVICES, WITH KISSBERG CONSTRUCTION, INC. FC-5683 (A), COMPLETE DEMOLITION SERVICES, INC., FC-5683 (B), HOBGOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC., FC-5683 (C) AND SOUTHERN DEMOLITION & ENVIRONMENTAL, INC., FC-5683 (E) TO PROVIDE CITY-WIDE DEMOLITION SERVICES FOR THE PURPOSE OF INCREASING THE NOT TO EXCEED AMOUNT BY AN ADDITIONAL ONE MILLION SEVEN HUNDRED THOUNSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($1,700,000.00) FOR ALL CONTRACTORS; ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNTS LISTED BELOW; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Council Meeting Date: September 8, 2015 Requesting Dept.: The Atlanta Police Department Code Enforcement Section FAC Confirmed by: N/A B. To be completed by the department: 1. Please provide a summary of the purpose of this legislation (Justification Statement). Example: The purpose of this legislation is to anticipate funds from a local assistance grant to purchase child safety seats. The proposed legislation will allow the Atlanta Police Department-Code Enforcement Section the ability to demolish abandoned, dilapidated structures throughout the City. 2. Please provide background information regarding this legislation. Example: The task force of homelessness conducted a study regarding homelessness, its impact and consequences on the City. This resolution reflects the Mayor s desire to open a twenty-four hour center that will respond to the needs of the homelessness in Atlanta. Attachment: Legislative White Paper FC RENEWAL NO 1 (15-R-3935 : Renewal option one for City Wide Demo Services FC-5683) Packet Pg. 293

282 I.11.b The Atlanta Police Department-Code Enforcement Section has approximately 100 demolition orders awaiting execution. In addition, there are approximately 600 cases pending In Rem action. The Atlanta Police Department-Code Enforcement Section demolished 93 single family dwellings and 1 multi-family dwelling in FY15. The Atlanta Police Department-Code Enforcement Section anticipates receiving demolition Orders through the Administrative In Rem process, and an additional 8 demolition Orders through the Judicial In Rem process. The additional funding will assist in the demolition of the existing projects and pending projects. This renewal reflects this administration's goal of ridding communities within the City of Atlanta of dilapidated structures that create health and safety hazards and invite criminal activity expeditiously. 3. If Applicable/Known: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) Contract Type (e.g. Professional Services, Construction Agreement, etc): Construction Agreement Source Selection: n/a Bids/Proposals Due: n/a Invitations Issued: n/a Number of Bids: n/a Proposals Received: n/a Bidders/Proponents: n/a Term of Contract: 3 years 4. Fund Account Center (Ex. Name and number) $1,700, to be charged from GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT 1001, DEAPRTMENT (APD DIRECTOR OF CODE COMPLIANCE) ACCOUNT (CONSULTANT PROFESSIONAL SERVICES) (PROTECTIVE INSPECTION ADM). Source of Funds: N/A 6. Fiscal Impact: Reduce the budget by $1,700, Method of Cost Recovery: Administrative Liens and Judical In Rem Lien Foreclosures Examples: a. Revenues generated from the permits required under this legislation will be used to fund the personnel needed to carry out the permitting process. Attachment: Legislative White Paper FC RENEWAL NO 1 (15-R-3935 : Renewal option one for City Wide Demo Services FC-5683) Packet Pg. 294

283 I.11.b b. Money obtained from a local assistance grant will be used to cover the costs of this Summer Food Program. This Legislative Request Form Was Prepared By: Daphne Talley. Attachment: Legislative White Paper FC RENEWAL NO 1 (15-R-3935 : Renewal option one for City Wide Demo Services FC-5683) Packet Pg. 295

284 I.11.c A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO ENTER INTO RENEWAL NUMBER 1 TO THE CONTRACTS FOR FC-5683 CITYWIDE DEMOLITION CONTRACT FOR DEMOLITION SERVICES, WITH KISSBERG CONSTRUCTION, INC. FC-5683 (A), COMPLETE DEMOLITION SERVICES, INC., FC-5683 (B), HOBGOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC., FC-5683 (C) AND SOUTHERN DEMOLITION & ENVIRONMENTAL, INC., FC-5683 (E) TO PROVIDE CITY- WIDE DEMOLITION SERVICES FOR THE PURPOSE OF INCREASING THE NOT TO EXCEED AMOUNT BY AN ADDITIONAL ONE MILLION SEVEN HUNDRED THOUNSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($1,700,000.00) FOR ALL CONTRACTORS; ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNTS LISTED BELOW; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta s (the City ) Department of Police Office of Code Compliance ( Code Compliance ) has approximately one hundred (100) demolition orders and approximately five hundred (500) In Rem cases pending action; and WHEREAS, the City entered into FC-5683 City wide Demolition Contracts for demolition services on behalf of Code Compliance with Kissberg Construction, Inc., FC (A), Complete Demolition Services, Inc., FC-5683 (B), Hobgood Construction Company, Inc., FC-5683 (C), and Southern Demolition & Environmental, Inc., FC-5683 (E), (Kissberg Construction, Inc., Complete Demolition Services, Inc., Hobgood Construction Company, Inc., and Southern Demolition & Environmental, Inc., (collectively referred to as Contractors ) pursuant to Resolution 12-R-0504 adopted by the Atlanta City Council on and approved per City Charter Section on May 16, 2012 with an initial term of three (3) years with one (1) two (2) year renewal option at the sole discretion of the City (collectively the Contracts ); and WHEREAS, Resolution 12-R-1682 authorized Amendments Number 1 adding the Department of Aviation a user to the Contracts; and WHEREAS, Resolution 13-R-0105 authorized Amendments Number 2 adding the Fire Department Rescue as a user to the Contracts; and WHEREAS, Resolution 13-R-0434 authorized Amendments Number 3 adding the Department of Parks and Recreation as a user to the Contracts; and WHEREAS, Resolution 13-R-3541 authorized Amendments Number 4 adding the Department of Watershed Management as a user to the Contracts; and WHEREAS, Resolution 13-R-3559 authorized Amendments Number 5 increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional four hundred fifty thousand dollars and no cents ($450,000.00); and Attachment: Citywide Demolition Legislation Renewal 1 (FC-5683) (15-R-3935 : Renewal option one for City Wide Demo Services FC-5683) Packet Pg. 296

285 I.11.c WHEREAS, Resolution 13-R-3686 authorized Amendments Number 6 increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional two hundred seventeen thousand eighty dollars and no cents ($217,080.00); and WHEREAS, Resolution 14-R-4248 authorized Amendments Number 7 increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional one million seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and no cents ($1,750,000.00); and WHEREAS, Resolution 15-R-3805 authorized Amendments Number 8 increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional twenty six thousand seven hundred and seventy five dollars and no cents ($26,775.00); and WHEREAS, the Chief of Police recommends entering into renewal number 1 to the Contracts with the Contractors increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional one million seven hundred thousand dollars and no cents ($1,700,000.00). WHEREAS, the Contractors have performed satisfactorily; and THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, HEREBY RESOLVES, that the Mayor, on behalf of the City, is hereby authorized to enter into renewal number 1 to the Contracts increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional one million seven hundred thousand dollars and no cents ($1,700,000.00). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that $1,700, of all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT 1001, DEAPRTMENT (APD DIRECTOR OF CODE COMPLIANCE), ACCOUNT (CONSULTANT PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (PROTECTIVE INSPECTION ADM). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Attorney is hereby directed to prepare the amendments for execution by the Mayor. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that renewal number 1 will not become binding upon the City, and the City will incur no obligation or liability under it until it has been approved by the City Attorney as to form, executed by the Mayor, attested to by the Municipal Clerk, and delivered to Contractors. Attachment: Citywide Demolition Legislation Renewal 1 (FC-5683) (15-R-3935 : Renewal option one for City Wide Demo Services FC-5683) Packet Pg. 297

286 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3936 I.12 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO ENTER INTO AMENDMENT RENEWAL NUMBER 1 TO THE CONTRACTS FOR FC-5684 CITYWIDE CLEAN AND CLOSE CONTRACT FOR CLEAN AND CLOSE SERVICES, WITH CTC CONSTRUCTION, LLC., FC-5684 (A) AND HOBGOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC., FC-5684 (C) TO PROVIDE CITY-WIDE CLEAN AND CLOSE SERVICES FOR THE PURPOSE OF INCREASING THE NOT TO EXCEED AMOUNT BY AN ADDITIONAL SEVENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($75,000.00) FOR ALL CONTRACTORS; ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNTS LISTED BELOW; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Workflow List: George Turner Completed 08/13/ :50 PM Amber Robinson Completed 08/13/2015 1:21 PM Finance Completed 08/13/2015 1:24 PM Procurement Completed 08/13/2015 3:15 PM Adam Smith Completed 08/13/2015 3:15 PM Mayor's Office Completed 08/14/2015 8:46 AM Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 08/18/ :08 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Pending 09/08/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 3 Packet Pg. 298

287 I.12 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO ENTER INTO AMENDMENT RENEWAL NUMBER 1 TO THE CONTRACTS FOR FC-5684 CITYWIDE CLEAN AND CLOSE CONTRACT FOR CLEAN AND CLOSE SERVICES, WITH CTC CONSTRUCTION, LLC., FC-5684 (A) AND HOBGOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC., FC-5684 (C) TO PROVIDE CITY-WIDE CLEAN AND CLOSE SERVICES FOR THE PURPOSE OF INCREASING THE NOT TO EXCEED AMOUNT BY AN ADDITIONAL SEVENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($75,000.00) FOR ALL CONTRACTORS; ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNTS LISTED BELOW; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta s (the City ) Department of Police Office of Code Compliance ( Code Compliance ) has approximately twenty-five (20) clean and close orders and approximately five hundred (600) In Rem cases pending action; and WHEREAS, the City entered into FC-5684 City wide Clean and Close Contracts for clean and close services on behalf of Code Compliance with CTC Construction, LLC., FC-5684 (A) and Hobgood Construction Company, Inc. FC-5684 (C), (collectively referred to as Contractors ) pursuant to Resolution 12-R-0483 adopted by the Atlanta City Council on and approved per City Charter Section on May 16, 2012 with an initial term of three (3) years with one (1) two (2) year renewal option at the sole discretion of the City (collectively the Contracts ); and WHEREAS, Resolution 13-R-3558 authorized Amendments Number 1 to the Contracts for the purpose of increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00); and WHEREAS, Resolution 14-R-4323 authorized Amendments Number 2 to the Contracts for the purpose of increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00); WHEREAS, the Chief of Police recommends entering into renewal number 1 to the Contracts with the Contractors increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional Seventy Five Thousand Dollars ($575,000.00). WHEREAS, the Contractors have performed satisfactorily; and THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, HEREBY RESOLVES, that the Mayor, on behalf of the City, is hereby authorized to enter into renewal number 1 to the Contracts increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional Seventy Five Thousand Dollars ($575,000.00). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that $75, of all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT 1001, DEPARTMENT (APD DIRECTOR OF CODE COMPLIANCE), ACCOUNT (CONSULTANT PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (PROTECTIVE INSPECTION ADM). 15-R-3936 Page 2 of 3 Packet Pg. 299

288 I.12 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Attorney is hereby directed to prepare the amendments for execution by the Mayor. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that renewal number 1 will not become binding upon the City, and the City will incur no obligation or liability under it until it has been approved by the City Attorney as to form, executed by the Mayor, attested to by the Municipal Clerk, and delivered to Contractors. 15-R-3936 Page 3 of 3 Packet Pg. 300

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296 I.12.b Part II: Legislative White Paper: (This portion of the Legislative Request Form will be shared with City Council members and staff) A. To be completed by Legislative Counsel: Committee of Purview: F/EPUBLIC SAFETY Caption: A RESOLUTION BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVEPUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO ENTER INTO RENEWAL NUMBER 1 TO THE CONTRACTS FOR FC CITYWIDE CLEAN AND CLOSE CONTRACT FOR CLEAN AND CLOSE SERVICES, WITH CTC CONSTRUCTION, LLC., FC-5684 (A) AND HOBGOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC., FC-5684 (C) TO PROVIDE CITY-WIDE CLEAN AND CLOSE SERVICES FOR THE PURPOSE OF INCREASING THE NOT TO EXCEED AMOUNT BY AN ADDITIONAL SEVENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($75,000.00) FOR ALL CONTRACTORS; ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNTS LISTED BELOW; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO ENTER INTO AMENDMENT NUMBER 2 TO THE CONTRACTS FOR FC-5684 CITYWIDE CLEAN AND CLOSE CONTRACT FOR CLEAN AND CLOSE SERVICES, WITH CTC CONSTRUCTION, LLC. FC-5684 (A) AND HOBGOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. FC-5684 (C) TO PROVIDE CITY-WIDE CLEAN AND CLOSE SERVICES FOR THE PURPOSE OF INCREASING THE NOT TO EXCEED AMOUNT BY AN ADDITIONAL FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO B. CENTS To be completed ($50,000.00) by the FOR department: ALL CONTRACTORS; ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNTS LISTED BELOW; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. 1. Please provide a summary of the purpose of this legislation (Justification Statement). Council Meeting Date: November 3, 2014September 8, 2015 Example: The purpose of this legislation is to anticipate funds from a local assistance grant to purchase child Requesting safety seats. Dept.: The Atlanta Police Department Code Enforcement Section FAC Confirmed by: N/A The proposed legislation will allow the Atlanta Police Department-Code Enforcement Section the ability to clean and close abandoned, dilapidated structures throughout the City. 2. Please provide background information regarding this legislation. Example: The task force of homelessness conducted a study regarding homelessness, its impact and consequences on the City. This resolution reflects the Mayor s desire to open a twenty-four hour center that will respond to the needs of the homelessness in Atlanta. Attachment: Legislative White Paper FC Renewal No 1 (15-R-3936 : Renewal Option one for City Wide Demo Services FC-5684) Packet Pg. 308

297 I.12.b The Atlanta Police Department-Code Enforcement Section has approximately 250 clean and close orders awaiting execution. In addition, there are approximately cases pending In Rem action. Citywide Contractors completed 13 3 clean and close projects properties were cleaned and closed in FY153. Of which, 2 were multi-family dwellings and 1 was a commercial structure. The Currently, the Department of Corrections continues to assist with the cleaning and closing of single family residential dwellingsis assisting APD-Code Enforcement with cleaning and securing residential structures only. The additional funding will allow the office to utilize citywide clean and close contractors to clean and close vacant and abandoned commercial and multi-family dwellingsstructures.. This amendment renewal reflects this administration's goal of ridding communities within the City of Atlanta of dilapidated structures that create health and safety hazards and invite criminal activity expeditiously. 3. If Applicable/Known: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) Contract Type (e.g. Professional Services, Construction Agreement, etc): Construction Agreement Source Selection: n/a Bids/Proposals Due: n/a Invitations Issued: n/a Number of Bids: n/a Proposals Received: n/a Bidders/Proponents: n/a Term of Contract: 3 years 4. Fund Account Center (Ex. Name and number) $75, to be charged from GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT 1001, DEAPRTMENT (APD DIRECTOR OF CODE COMPLIANCE) ACCOUNT (CONSULTANT PROFESSIONAL SERVICES) (PROTECTIVE INSPECTION ADM). $7, of all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from (2014 HOUSING DEMO/RECLAM) (CDBG 2002) 4515 (DEMOLITION) (CONSULTING/PROF SERV); that $14, of all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from (2014 HOUSING DEMO/RECLAM) (CDBG 2004) 4515 (DEMOLITION) (CONSULTING/PROF SERV); that $10, of all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from (2014 HOUSING DEMO/RECLAM) (CDBG 2007) 4515 (DEMOLITION) (CONSULTING/PROF SERV); and that $17, of all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from (2014 HOUSING Formatted: Font: Bold Formatted: Font: Not Bold Attachment: Legislative White Paper FC Renewal No 1 (15-R-3936 : Renewal Option one for City Wide Demo Services FC-5684) Packet Pg. 309

298 I.12.b DEMO/RECLAM) (CDBG 2008 and 2009) 4515 (DEMOLITION) (CONSULTING/PROF SERV). 5. Source of Funds: N/A 6. Fiscal Impact: Reduce the budget by $5750, Method of Cost Recovery: Administrative Liens and Judical In Rem Lien Foreclosures Liens Examples: a. Revenues generated from the permits required under this legislation will be used to fund the personnel needed to carry out the permitting process. b. Money obtained from a local assistance grant will be used to cover the costs of this Summer Food Program. This Legislative Request Form Was Prepared By: Daphne Talley. Attachment: Legislative White Paper FC Renewal No 1 (15-R-3936 : Renewal Option one for City Wide Demo Services FC-5684) Packet Pg. 310

299 I.12.c A RESOLUTION BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVEPUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA TO ENTER INTO AMENDMENTRENEWAL NUMBER NUMBER 12 TO THE CONTRACTS FOR FC-5684 CITYWIDE CLEAN AND CLOSE CONTRACT FOR CLEAN AND CLOSE SERVICES, WITH CTC CONSTRUCTION, LLC., FC-5684 (A) AND HOBGOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC., FC-5684 (C) TO PROVIDE CITY-WIDE CLEAN AND CLOSE SERVICES FOR THE PURPOSE OF INCREASING THE NOT TO EXCEED AMOUNT BY AN ADDITIONAL FIFTY SEVENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($5075,000.00) FOR ALL CONTRACTORS; ALL CONTRACTED WORK TO BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNTS LISTED BELOW; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta s (the City ) Department of Police Office of Code Compliance ( Code Compliance ) has approximately twenty-five (250) clean and close orders and approximately five hundred (500600) In Rem cases pending action; and WHEREAS, the City entered into FC-5684 City wide Clean and Close Contracts for clean and close services on behalf of Code Compliance with CTC Construction, LLC., FC-5684 (A) and Hobgood Construction Company, Inc. FC-5684 (C), (collectively referred to as Contractors ) pursuant to Resolution 12-R-0483 adopted by the Atlanta City Council on and approved per City Charter Section on May 16, 2012 with an initial term of three (3) years with one (1) two (2) year renewal option at the sole discretion of the City (collectively the Contracts ); and WHEREAS, Resolution 13-R-3558 authorized Amendments Number 1 to the Contracts for the purpose of increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00); and WHEREAS, Resolution 14-R-4323 authorized Amendments Number 2 to the Contracts for the purpose of increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00); WHEREAS, the Contractors have performed satisfactorily; and WHEREAS, the Chief of Police recommends entering into amendments renewal number 2 1 to the Contracts with the Contractors increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional Fifty Seventy Five Thousand Dollars ($5750,000.00). WHEREAS, the Contractors have performed satisfactorily; and THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, HEREBY RESOLVES, that the Mayor, on behalf of the City, is hereby authorized to enter into Formatted: Font: Not Bold Attachment: Citywide Clean and Close Legislation Renewal No 1 (FC-5684) (15-R-3936 : Renewal Option one for City Wide Demo Services FC- Packet Pg. 311

300 I.12.c amendments renewal number 2 1 to the Contracts increasing the not to exceed amount by an additional Seventy Five Thousand Dollars ($575,000.00).fifty thousand dollars and no cents ($50,000.00). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that $75, of all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT 1001, DEAPRTMENT (APD DIRECTOR OF CODE COMPLIANCE), ACCOUNT (CONSULTANT PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (PROTECTIVE INSPECTION ADM). $7, of all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from (2014 HOUSING DEMO/RECLAM) (CDBG 2002) 4515 (DEMOLITION) (CONSULTING/PROF SERV); that $14, of all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from (2014 HOUSING DEMO/RECLAM) (CDBG 2004) 4515 (DEMOLITION) (CONSULTING/PROF SERV); that $10, of all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from (2014 HOUSING DEMO/RECLAM) (CDBG 2007) 4515 (DEMOLITION) (CONSULTING/PROF SERV); and that $17, of all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from (2014 HOUSING DEMO/RECLAM) (CDBG 2008 and 2009) 4515 (DEMOLITION) (CONSULTING/PROF SERV). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Attorney is hereby directed to prepare the amendments for execution by the Mayor. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that amendments renewal number 21 will not become binding upon the City, and the City will incur no obligation or liability under it until it has been approved by the City Attorney as to form, executed by the Mayor, attested to by the Municipal Clerk, and delivered to Contractors. Formatted: Font: Bold Attachment: Citywide Clean and Close Legislation Renewal No 1 (FC-5684) (15-R-3936 : Renewal Option one for City Wide Demo Services FC- Packet Pg. 312

301 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 14-O-1014 J.13 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER NATALYN M. ARCHIBONG TO ACTIVATE (CURRENTLY RESERVED) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, SO AS TO EXEMPT PROPERTIES CERTIFIED BY THE NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION AS WILDLIFE HABITATS, FROM ALL CITY OF ATLANTA VEGETATIVE GROWTH, WEED, GRASS AND NUISANCE ORDINANCES AND REGULATIONS; TO WAIVE CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND CODE SECTIONS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 1/14/14 AT THE REQUEST OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT FOR FURTHER REVIEW.) Workflow List: Atlanta City Council Completed 01/06/ :00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/14/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 01/21/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/28/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/03/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/14/2014 2:30 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/19/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/27/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/02/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/10/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/16/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/24/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/07/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/15/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/21/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/29/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/18/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 08/26/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 09/02/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 09/09/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 09/15/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 09/23/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 10/06/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 10/14/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 10/20/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 10/28/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 11/03/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 11/10/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 11/17/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 11/24/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 12/01/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 12/09/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 01/05/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/13/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 01/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/27/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/02/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/10/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/24/2015 3:00 PM Page 1 of 8 Packet Pg. 313

302 Atlanta City Council Completed 03/02/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Skipped 03/16/2015 1:25 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/16/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 04/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 04/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/04/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/12/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/18/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/26/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/01/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/09/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/15/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/23/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/06/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/14/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM J.13 HISTORY: 01/06/14 Atlanta City Council 01/14/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 01/21/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 1/28/2014 3:00 PM 01/28/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/3/2014 1:00 PM 02/03/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 2/14/2014 2:30 PM 02/14/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE 05/19/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 5/27/2014 3:00 PM 05/27/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/2/2014 1:00 PM 06/02/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD 14-O-1014 Page 2 of 8 Packet Pg. 314

303 J.13 RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 6/10/2014 3:00 PM 06/10/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/16/2014 1:00 PM 06/16/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 6/24/2014 3:00 PM 06/24/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 7/7/2014 1:00 PM 07/07/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 7/15/2014 3:00 PM 07/15/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 7/21/2014 1:00 PM 07/21/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 7/29/2014 3:00 PM 07/29/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 8/18/2014 1:00 PM 08/18/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 8/26/2014 3:00 PM 08/26/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 9/2/2014 1:00 PM 09/02/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 9/9/2014 3:00 PM 09/09/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 9/15/2014 1:00 PM 09/15/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 9/23/2014 3:00 PM 09/23/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 14-O-1014 Page 3 of 8 Packet Pg. 315

304 J.13 RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 10/6/2014 1:00 PM 10/06/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 10/14/2014 3:00 PM 10/14/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 10/20/2014 1:00 PM 10/20/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 10/28/2014 3:00 PM 10/28/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 11/3/2014 1:00 PM 11/03/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 11/10/2014 3:00 PM 11/10/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 11/17/2014 1:00 PM 11/17/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 11/24/2014 3:00 PM 11/24/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 12/1/2014 1:00 PM 12/01/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 12/9/2014 3:00 PM 12/09/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 1/5/2015 1:00 PM 01/05/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 1/13/2015 3:00 PM 01/13/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 1/20/2015 1:00 PM 01/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 14-O-1014 Page 4 of 8 Packet Pg. 316

305 J.13 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 1/27/2015 3:00 PM 01/27/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/2/2015 1:00 PM 02/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/10/2015 3:00 PM 02/10/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/17/2015 1:00 PM 02/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/24/2015 3:00 PM 02/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 3/2/2015 1:00 PM 03/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD 03/16/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 3/24/2015 3:00 PM 03/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 4/20/2015 1:00 PM 04/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 4/28/2015 3:00 PM 04/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/4/2015 1:00 PM 05/04/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/12/2015 3:00 PM 05/12/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/18/2015 1:00 PM 05/18/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 14-O-1014 Page 5 of 8 Packet Pg. 317

306 J.13 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/26/2015 3:00 PM 05/26/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/1/2015 1:00 PM 06/01/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/9/2015 3:00 PM 06/09/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 06/15/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/23/2015 3:00 PM 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/14/2015 3:00 PM 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action APPROVED by of Mayor Kasim Reed - August 6, 2015 See Authentication Page Attachment 14-O-1014 Page 6 of 8 Packet Pg. 318

307 CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA SPONSOR SIGNATURES 14-O-1014 J O-1014 Page 7 of 8 Packet Pg. 319

308 J.13 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER NATALYN M. ARCHIBONG TO ACTIVATE (CURRENTLY RESERVED) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, SO AS TO EXEMPT PROPERTIES CERTIFIED BY THE NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION AS WILDLIFE HABITATS, FROM ALL CITY OF ATLANTA VEGETATIVE GROWTH, WEED, GRASS AND NUISANCE ORDINANCES AND REGULATIONS; TO WAIVE CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND CODE SECTIONS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 1/14/14 AT THE REQUEST OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT FOR FURTHER REVIEW.) WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta is a community that lives in harmony with nature and wildlife while developing the area to accommodate a growing economy and population; and WHEREAS, as such, the City of Atlanta acknowledges the Wildlife Habitat Conservation Program as advocated by the National Wildlife Federation; and WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta seeks to become an even more wildlife friendly community NOW, THEREFORE, THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA HEREBY ORDAINS as follows: Section 1: (currently reserved) of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta, Georgia, is hereby activated and shall provide as follows: Properties exempt from vegetative growth, weed, grass and nuisance ordinances and regulations. (a) All properties and parcels of land certified by the National Wildlife Federation as wildlife habitats shall be exempt from all vegetative growth, weed, grass and nuisance ordinances and regulations of the city. (b) To be eligible for certification, a property must have a food source, water source, cover for animals and places to raise young animals. (c) A property may be certified at the National Wildlife Federation website at Outside/Outdoor- Activities/Garden- for- Wildlife/Certify- Y our- WildlifeGarden.aspx Section 2: All ordinances and code sections and parts of ordinances and code sections in conflict herewith are hereby waived to the extent of any such conflict. 14-O-1014 Page 8 of 8 Packet Pg. 320

309 J.13.a Packet Pg. 321 Attachment: DO1 (14-O-1014 : Create National Wildlife Habitats)

310 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 14-O-1069 J.14 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER MICHAEL J. BOND TO AMEND CHAPTER 10 (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES), ARTICLE II (DEALERS AND MANUFACTURER), DIVISION 2 (LICENSE), SUBDIVISION III (RENEWAL, REVOCATION AND TRANSFER) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, SO AS TO CREATE MANDATORY PROGRESSIVE PENALTIES FOR DUE CAUSE FINDINGS MADE BY THE LICENSE REVIEW BOARD AND PENALTIES IMPOSED BY THE MAYOR; TO WAIVE CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND CODE SECTIONS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 2/14/14 FOR MORE INFORMATION) Workflow List: Atlanta City Council Completed 01/21/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/28/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/03/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/14/2014 2:30 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/17/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/25/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/03/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/11/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/17/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/25/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 04/21/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 04/29/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/05/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/13/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/19/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/27/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/02/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/10/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/16/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/24/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/07/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/15/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/21/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/29/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/18/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 08/26/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 09/02/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 09/09/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 09/15/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 09/23/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 10/06/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 10/14/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 10/20/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 10/28/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 11/03/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 11/10/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 11/17/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 11/24/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 12/01/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 12/09/2014 3:00 PM Page 1 of 9 Packet Pg. 322

311 Atlanta City Council Completed 01/05/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/13/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 01/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/27/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/02/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/10/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/02/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Skipped 03/16/2015 1:25 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/16/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 04/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 04/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/04/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/12/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/18/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/26/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/01/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/09/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/15/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/23/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/06/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/14/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM J.14 HISTORY: 01/21/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 1/28/2014 3:00 PM 01/28/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeFORWARDED TO FC/NQ RESULT: FORWARDED TO FC/NQ Next: 2/3/2014 1:00 PM 02/03/14 Atlanta City Council HELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/14/2014 2:30 PM 02/14/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE 02/17/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION 14-O-1069 Page 2 of 9 Packet Pg. 323

312 J.14 RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 2/25/2014 3:00 PM 02/25/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 3/3/2014 1:00 PM 03/03/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 3/11/2014 3:00 PM 03/11/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 3/17/2014 1:00 PM 03/17/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 3/25/2014 3:00 PM 03/25/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 4/21/2014 1:00 PM 04/21/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 4/29/2014 3:00 PM 04/29/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/5/2014 1:00 PM 05/05/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 5/13/2014 3:00 PM 05/13/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/19/2014 1:00 PM 05/19/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 5/27/2014 3:00 PM 05/27/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/2/2014 1:00 PM 06/02/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD 14-O-1069 Page 3 of 9 Packet Pg. 324

313 J.14 RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 6/10/2014 3:00 PM 06/10/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/16/2014 1:00 PM 06/16/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 6/24/2014 3:00 PM 06/24/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 7/7/2014 1:00 PM 07/07/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 7/15/2014 3:00 PM 07/15/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 7/21/2014 1:00 PM 07/21/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 7/29/2014 3:00 PM 07/29/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 8/18/2014 1:00 PM 08/18/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 8/26/2014 3:00 PM 08/26/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 9/2/2014 1:00 PM 09/02/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 9/9/2014 3:00 PM 09/09/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 9/15/2014 1:00 PM 09/15/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 9/23/2014 3:00 PM 09/23/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 14-O-1069 Page 4 of 9 Packet Pg. 325

314 J.14 RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 10/6/2014 1:00 PM 10/06/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 10/14/2014 3:00 PM 10/14/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 10/20/2014 1:00 PM 10/20/14 Atlanta City Council 10/28/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 11/3/2014 1:00 PM 11/03/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 11/10/2014 3:00 PM 11/10/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 11/17/2014 1:00 PM 11/17/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 11/24/2014 3:00 PM 11/24/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 12/1/2014 1:00 PM 12/01/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 12/9/2014 3:00 PM 12/09/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 1/5/2015 1:00 PM 01/05/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 1/13/2015 3:00 PM 01/13/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 1/20/2015 1:00 PM 01/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 14-O-1069 Page 5 of 9 Packet Pg. 326

315 J.14 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 1/27/2015 3:00 PM 01/27/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/2/2015 1:00 PM 02/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/10/2015 3:00 PM 02/10/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/17/2015 1:00 PM 02/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/24/2015 3:00 PM 02/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 3/2/2015 1:00 PM 03/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD 03/16/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 3/24/2015 3:00 PM 03/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 4/20/2015 1:00 PM 04/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 4/28/2015 3:00 PM 04/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/4/2015 1:00 PM 05/04/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/12/2015 3:00 PM 05/12/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/18/2015 1:00 PM 05/18/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 14-O-1069 Page 6 of 9 Packet Pg. 327

316 J.14 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/26/2015 3:00 PM 05/26/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/1/2015 1:00 PM 06/01/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/9/2015 3:00 PM 06/09/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 06/15/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/23/2015 3:00 PM 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/14/2015 3:00 PM 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action APPROVED by Operation Of Law per City Charter Section June 23, 2015 See Authentication Page Attachment 14-O-1069 Page 7 of 9 Packet Pg. 328

317 CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA SPONSOR SIGNATURES 14-O-1069 J O-1069 Page 8 of 9 Packet Pg. 329

318 J.14 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER MICHAEL J. BOND TO AMEND CHAPTER 10 (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES), ARTICLE II (DEALERS AND MANUFACTURER), DIVISION 2 (LICENSE), SUBDIVISION III (RENEWAL, REVOCATION AND TRANSFER) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, SO AS TO CREATE MANDATORY PROGRESSIVE PENALTIES FOR DUE CAUSE FINDINGS MADE BY THE LICENSE REVIEW BOARD AND PENALTIES IMPOSED BY THE MAYOR; TO WAIVE CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND CODE SECTIONS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 2/14/14 FOR MORE INFORMATION) Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, HEREBY ORDAINS: SECTION 1: SECTION 2: SECTION 3: SECTION 4: All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby waived to the extent of the conflict. 14-O-1069 Page 9 of 9 Packet Pg. 330

319 J.14.a Packet Pg. 331 Attachment: DOC22 (14-O-1069 : ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES)

320 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 14-O-1070 J.15 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS ALEX WAN AND MICHAEL J. BOND TO AMEND CHAPTER 10 (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES), ARTICLE II (DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS), DIVISION 2 (LICENSE), SUBDIVISION III (RENEWAL, REVOCATION AND TRANSFER), SECTION ("MANDATORY PROGRESSIVE PENALTIES FOR 'DUE CAUSE' FINDINGS BY THE LICENSE REVIEW BOARD AND PENALTIES IMPOSED BY THE MAYOR") OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, SO AS TO AUTHORIZE THE MAYOR TO ACT UPON LICENSE REVIEW BOARD DUE CAUSE RECOMMENDATIONS WITHIN 60 DAYS OF THE BOARD'S FINDING; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 2/14/14 FOR MORE INFORMATION) Workflow List: Atlanta City Council Completed 01/21/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/28/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/03/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/14/2014 2:30 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/17/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/25/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/03/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/11/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/17/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/25/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 04/21/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 04/29/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/05/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/13/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/19/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/27/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/02/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/10/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/16/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/24/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/07/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/15/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/21/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/29/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/18/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 08/26/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 09/02/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 09/09/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 09/15/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 09/23/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 10/06/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 10/14/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 10/20/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 10/28/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 11/03/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 11/10/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 11/17/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 11/24/2014 3:00 PM Page 1 of 9 Packet Pg. 332

321 Atlanta City Council Completed 12/01/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 12/09/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 01/05/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/13/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 01/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/27/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/02/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/10/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/02/2015 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/16/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 04/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 04/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/04/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/12/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/18/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/26/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/01/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/09/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/15/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/23/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/06/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/14/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending J.15 HISTORY: 01/21/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 1/28/2014 3:00 PM 01/28/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeFORWARDED TO FC/NQ RESULT: FORWARDED TO FC/NQ Next: 2/3/2014 1:00 PM 02/03/14 Atlanta City Council HELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/14/2014 2:30 PM 02/14/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE 02/17/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION 14-O-1070 Page 2 of 9 Packet Pg. 333

322 J.15 RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 2/25/2014 3:00 PM 02/25/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 3/3/2014 1:00 PM 03/03/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 3/11/2014 3:00 PM 03/11/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 3/17/2014 1:00 PM 03/17/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 3/25/2014 3:00 PM 03/25/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 4/21/2014 1:00 PM 04/21/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 4/29/2014 3:00 PM 04/29/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/5/2014 1:00 PM 05/05/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 5/13/2014 3:00 PM 05/13/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/19/2014 1:00 PM 05/19/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 5/27/2014 3:00 PM 05/27/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/2/2014 1:00 PM 06/02/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD 14-O-1070 Page 3 of 9 Packet Pg. 334

323 J.15 RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 6/10/2014 3:00 PM 06/10/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/16/2014 1:00 PM 06/16/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 6/24/2014 3:00 PM 06/24/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 7/7/2014 1:00 PM 07/07/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 7/15/2014 3:00 PM 07/15/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 7/21/2014 1:00 PM 07/21/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 7/29/2014 3:00 PM 07/29/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 8/18/2014 1:00 PM 08/18/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 8/26/2014 3:00 PM 08/26/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 9/2/2014 1:00 PM 09/02/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 9/9/2014 3:00 PM 09/09/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 9/15/2014 1:00 PM 09/15/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 9/23/2014 3:00 PM 09/23/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 14-O-1070 Page 4 of 9 Packet Pg. 335

324 J.15 RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 10/6/2014 1:00 PM 10/06/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 10/14/2014 3:00 PM 10/14/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 10/20/2014 1:00 PM 10/20/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 10/28/2014 3:00 PM 10/28/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 11/3/2014 1:00 PM 11/03/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 11/10/2014 3:00 PM 11/10/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 11/17/2014 1:00 PM 11/17/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 11/24/2014 3:00 PM 11/24/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 12/1/2014 1:00 PM 12/01/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 12/9/2014 3:00 PM 12/09/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 1/5/2015 1:00 PM 01/05/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 1/13/2015 3:00 PM 01/13/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 1/20/2015 1:00 PM 01/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 14-O-1070 Page 5 of 9 Packet Pg. 336

325 J.15 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 1/27/2015 3:00 PM 01/27/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/2/2015 1:00 PM 02/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/10/2015 3:00 PM 02/10/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/17/2015 1:00 PM 02/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/24/2015 3:00 PM 02/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 3/2/2015 1:00 PM 03/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD 03/16/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 3/24/2015 3:00 PM 03/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 4/20/2015 1:00 PM 04/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 4/28/2015 3:00 PM 04/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/4/2015 1:00 PM 05/04/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/12/2015 3:00 PM 05/12/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/18/2015 1:00 PM 05/18/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 14-O-1070 Page 6 of 9 Packet Pg. 337

326 J.15 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/26/2015 3:00 PM 05/26/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/1/2015 1:00 PM 06/01/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/9/2015 3:00 PM 06/09/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 06/15/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/23/2015 3:00 PM 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/14/2015 3:00 PM 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment 14-O-1070 Page 7 of 9 Packet Pg. 338

327 CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA SPONSOR SIGNATURES 14-O-1070 J O-1070 Page 8 of 9 Packet Pg. 339

328 J.15 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS ALEX WAN AND MICHAEL J. BOND TO AMEND CHAPTER 10 (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES), ARTICLE II (DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS), DIVISION 2 (LICENSE), SUBDIVISION III (RENEWAL, REVOCATION AND TRANSFER), SECTION ("MANDATORY PROGRESSIVE PENALTIES FOR 'DUE CAUSE' FINDINGS BY THE LICENSE REVIEW BOARD AND PENALTIES IMPOSED BY THE MAYOR") OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, SO AS TO AUTHORIZE THE MAYOR TO ACT UPON LICENSE REVIEW BOARD DUE CAUSE RECOMMENDATIONS WITHIN 60 DAYS OF THE BOARD'S FINDING; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 2/14/14 FOR MORE INFORMATION) Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, HEREBY ORDAINS: SECTION 1: SECTION 2: SECTION 3: SECTION 4: All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby waived to the extent of the conflict. 14-O-1070 Page 9 of 9 Packet Pg. 340

329 J.15.a Packet Pg. 341 Attachment: DOC23 (14-O-1070 : ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES)

330 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 14-O-1336 J.16 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER KEISHA LANCE BOTTOMS AMENDING THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES ADDING SECTION TO PART II, CHAPTER 62 COURTS, ARTICLE II MUNICIPAL COURT, DIVISION 1 OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE PURPOSE OF ESTABLISHING MUNICIPAL COURT HOURS OF OPERATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (PUBLIC HEARING HELD 11/10/14) (HELD 11/10/14 FOR FURTHER DISCUSSIONS) Workflow List: Atlanta City Council Completed 06/16/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/24/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/07/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/15/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/21/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/29/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/18/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 08/26/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 09/02/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 09/09/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 09/15/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 09/23/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 10/06/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 10/14/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 10/20/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 10/28/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 11/03/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 11/10/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 11/17/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 11/24/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 12/01/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 12/09/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 01/05/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/13/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 01/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/27/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/02/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/10/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/02/2015 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/16/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 04/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 04/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/04/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/12/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/18/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/26/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/01/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/09/2015 3:00 PM Page 1 of 7 Packet Pg. 342

331 Atlanta City Council Completed 06/15/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/23/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/06/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/14/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM J.16 HISTORY: 06/16/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 6/24/2014 3:00 PM 06/24/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 7/7/2014 1:00 PM 07/07/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 7/15/2014 3:00 PM 07/15/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 7/21/2014 1:00 PM 07/21/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 7/29/2014 3:00 PM 07/29/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 8/18/2014 1:00 PM 08/18/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 8/26/2014 3:00 PM 08/26/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 9/2/2014 1:00 PM 09/02/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 9/9/2014 3:00 PM 09/09/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 9/15/2014 1:00 PM 09/15/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD 14-O-1336 Page 2 of 7 Packet Pg. 343

332 J.16 RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 9/23/2014 3:00 PM 09/23/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 10/6/2014 1:00 PM 10/06/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 10/14/2014 3:00 PM 10/14/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 10/20/2014 1:00 PM 10/20/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 10/28/2014 3:00 PM 10/28/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 11/3/2014 1:00 PM 11/03/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 11/10/2014 3:00 PM 11/10/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 11/17/2014 1:00 PM 11/17/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 11/24/2014 3:00 PM 11/24/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 12/1/2014 1:00 PM 12/01/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 12/9/2014 3:00 PM 12/09/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 1/5/2015 1:00 PM 01/05/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 1/13/2015 3:00 PM 01/13/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 14-O-1336 Page 3 of 7 Packet Pg. 344

333 J.16 RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 1/20/2015 1:00 PM 01/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 1/27/2015 3:00 PM 01/27/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/2/2015 1:00 PM 02/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/10/2015 3:00 PM 02/10/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/17/2015 1:00 PM 02/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/24/2015 3:00 PM 02/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 3/2/2015 1:00 PM 03/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD 03/16/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 3/24/2015 3:00 PM 03/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 4/20/2015 1:00 PM 04/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 4/28/2015 3:00 PM 04/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/4/2015 1:00 PM 05/04/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/12/2015 3:00 PM 05/12/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 14-O-1336 Page 4 of 7 Packet Pg. 345

334 J.16 RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/18/2015 1:00 PM 05/18/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/26/2015 3:00 PM 05/26/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/1/2015 1:00 PM 06/01/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/9/2015 3:00 PM 06/09/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 06/15/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/23/2015 3:00 PM 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/14/2015 3:00 PM 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment 14-O-1336 Page 5 of 7 Packet Pg. 346

335 CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA SPONSOR SIGNATURES 14-O-1336 J O-1336 Page 6 of 7 Packet Pg. 347

336 J.16 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER KEISHA LANCE BOTTOMS AMENDING THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES ADDING SECTION TO PART II, CHAPTER 62 COURTS, ARTICLE II MUNICIPAL COURT, DIVISION 1 OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE PURPOSE OF ESTABLISHING MUNICIPAL COURT HOURS OF OPERATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (PUBLIC HEARING HELD 11/10/14) (HELD 11/10/14 FOR FURTHER DISCUSSIONS) WHEREAS, due to the City of Atlanta's ("City") financial constraints in Fiscal Year 2009 the City's Municipal Court went to a four-day work week; and WHEREAS, the City's improved financial condition and the demands of the general public now require the Municipal Court to operate at least five days per week; and WHEREAS, the Municipal Court hours of operation had previously been set by the Chief Judge pursuant to Charter Subpart A, Article 4, Courts, Section 4-105(b); and WHEREAS, the City desires to add Section to Part II, Chapter 62 Courts, Article II Municipal Court, Division 1 of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances setting forth hours of operation for the Municipal Court. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, as follows: SECTION 1: That Section titled Hours of Operation is hereby added to Part II, Chapter 62 Courts, Article II Municipal Court, Division 1 of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances which shall read as follows: Section Hours of operation. Standard operating hours of the Municipal Court are weekdays from 8:oo a.m. to 5:30 pm. Each Municipal Court Judge must preside over a regularly scheduled Municipal Court calendar at least 5 days each week. SECTION 2: This Ordinance shall take effect 90 days from the date of approval. SECTION 3: All ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby waived for purposes of this Ordinance only, and only to the extent of said conflict. 14-O-1336 Page 7 of 7 Packet Pg. 348

337 J.16.a Packet Pg. 349 Attachment: DOC18 (14-O-1336 : SECTION 62-48)

338 J.16.a Packet Pg. 350 Attachment: DOC18 (14-O-1336 : SECTION 62-48)

339 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 14-O-1337 J.17 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER KEISHA LANCE BOTTOMS TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA ADOPTED UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE AUTHORITY OF THE MUNICIPAL HOME RULE ACT OF 1965, O.C.G.A. SECTION ET SEQ., AS AMENDED, SO AS TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 1996 GA LAWS P. 4469, ET SEQ., BY AMENDING SUBPART A, ARTICLE 4, COURTS, SECTIONS (G) AND 4-105(B) OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE PURPOSE OF MODIFYING JUDGE COMPENSATION AND CHIEF JUDGE DUTIES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(2 ND READING, 1 ST ADOPTION) (HELD 6/24/14 FOR A WORK SESSION) (WORK SESSION TO BE HELD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2014 AT 10:00 A.M. IN COMMITTEE ROOM #2) Workflow List: Atlanta City Council Completed 06/16/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/24/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/07/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/15/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/21/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/29/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/18/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 08/26/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 09/02/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 09/09/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 09/15/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 09/23/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 10/06/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 10/14/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 10/20/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 10/28/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 11/03/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 11/10/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 11/17/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 11/24/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 12/01/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 12/09/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 01/05/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/13/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 01/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/27/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/02/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/10/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/02/2015 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/16/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 04/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 04/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/04/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/12/2015 3:00 PM Page 1 of 10 Packet Pg. 351

340 Atlanta City Council Completed 05/18/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/26/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/01/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/09/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/15/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/23/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/06/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/14/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM J.17 HISTORY: 06/16/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 6/24/2014 3:00 PM 06/24/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 7/7/2014 1:00 PM 07/07/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 7/15/2014 3:00 PM 07/15/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 7/21/2014 1:00 PM 07/21/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 7/29/2014 3:00 PM 07/29/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 8/18/2014 1:00 PM 08/18/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 8/26/2014 3:00 PM 08/26/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 9/2/2014 1:00 PM 09/02/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD 14-O-1337 Page 2 of 10 Packet Pg. 352

341 J.17 RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 9/9/2014 3:00 PM 09/09/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 9/15/2014 1:00 PM 09/15/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 9/23/2014 3:00 PM 09/23/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 10/6/2014 1:00 PM 10/06/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 10/14/2014 3:00 PM 10/14/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 10/20/2014 1:00 PM 10/20/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 10/28/2014 3:00 PM 10/28/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 11/3/2014 1:00 PM 11/03/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 11/10/2014 3:00 PM 11/10/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 11/17/2014 1:00 PM 11/17/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 11/24/2014 3:00 PM 11/24/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 12/1/2014 1:00 PM 12/01/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 12/9/2014 3:00 PM 12/09/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 14-O-1337 Page 3 of 10 Packet Pg. 353

342 J.17 RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 1/5/2015 1:00 PM 01/05/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 1/13/2015 3:00 PM 01/13/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 1/20/2015 1:00 PM 01/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 1/27/2015 3:00 PM 01/27/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/2/2015 1:00 PM 02/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/10/2015 3:00 PM 02/10/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/17/2015 1:00 PM 02/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/24/2015 3:00 PM 02/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 3/2/2015 1:00 PM 03/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD 03/16/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 3/24/2015 3:00 PM 03/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 4/20/2015 1:00 PM 04/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 4/28/2015 3:00 PM 04/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 14-O-1337 Page 4 of 10 Packet Pg. 354

343 J.17 RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/4/2015 1:00 PM 05/04/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/12/2015 3:00 PM 05/12/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/18/2015 1:00 PM 05/18/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/26/2015 3:00 PM 05/26/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/1/2015 1:00 PM 06/01/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/9/2015 3:00 PM 06/09/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 06/15/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/23/2015 3:00 PM 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/14/2015 3:00 PM 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM 14-O-1337 Page 5 of 10 Packet Pg. 355

344 Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk J.17 Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment 14-O-1337 Page 6 of 10 Packet Pg. 356

345 CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA SPONSOR SIGNATURES 14-O-1337 J O-1337 Page 7 of 10 Packet Pg. 357

346 J.17 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER KEISHA LANCE BOTTOMS TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA ADOPTED UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE AUTHORITY OF THE MUNICIPAL HOME RULE ACT OF 1965, O.C.G.A. SECTION ET SEQ., AS AMENDED, SO AS TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 1996 GA LAWS P. 4469, ET SEQ., BY AMENDING SUBPART A, ARTICLE 4, COURTS, SECTIONS (G) AND 4-105(B) OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE PURPOSE OF MODIFYING JUDGE COMPENSATION AND CHIEF JUDGE DUTIES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(2 ND READING, 1 ST ADOPTION) (HELD 6/24/14 FOR A WORK SESSION) (WORK SESSION TO BE HELD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2014 AT 10:00 A.M. IN COMMITTEE ROOM #2) WHEREAS, due to the City of Atlanta's ("City") financial constraints in Fiscal Year 2009 the City's Municipal Court went to a four-day work week; and WHEREAS, the City's improved financial condition and the demands of the general public now require the Municipal Court operate at least five days per week; and WHEREAS, pursuant to the City of Atlanta Charter, 1996 Ga. Laws P. 4469, et seq. (the Charter) Subpart A, Article 4, Courts, Section 4-105(b) ("Section 4-105") the Municipal Court hours of operation are set by the Chief Judge and the City desires to amend Section to remove that responsibility; and WHEREAS, the City, by separate legislation, has added Section to Part II, Chapter 62 Courts, Article II Municipal Court, Division 1 of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances setting forth hours of operation for the Municipal Court; and WHEREAS, the Charter Subpart A, Article 4, Courts, Section (g) ("Section 4-104") establishes Judge compensation; and WHEREAS, the City desires to amend Section to better align Judge compensation with the newly established Municipal Court hours of operation. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, as follows: SECTION 1: That the City of Atlanta Charter Subpart A, Article 4, Courts, Section 4-105(b) is hereby amended by removing the stricken language as shown below: 14-O-1337 Page 8 of 10 Packet Pg. 358

347 (b) Duties. The chief judge shall be responsible for the general supervision of the municipal court and shall promulgate all rules necessary for the supervision, conduct, and administration of the court, including but not limited to the number of divisions into which the court is divided and the assignment of judges to duty therein; the hours of operation of the court; the preparation of calendars deemed necessary and proper; and a system for keeping court records and shall require such reports from the judges, solicitor, public defender, clerk/administrator, and other court personnel as deemed necessary and proper. Such rules so promulgated shall be reduced to writing. The chief judge shall be responsible also for the preparation and submittal of budgets of said court to the mayor and city council and appropriate departments, committees, and agencies. He or she shall further perform other duties as the council may provide by ordinance or as required by law. J.17 SECTION 2: That City of Atlanta Charter Subpart A, Article 4, Courts, Section (g) which currently reads: Compensation. The municipal court judges shall be paid an annual salary no less than 90 percent of the total annual compensation of the judges of the Superior Court within the territorial jurisdiction of said court. Is hereby amended to read: (g) Compensation. (1) The municipal court judges presiding over a court calendar at least five days per week shall be paid an annual salary no less than 90 percent of the total annual compensation of the judges of the State Court within the territorial jurisdiction of said court. (2) The municipal court judges presiding over a court calendar four days or less per week shall be paid an annual salary no less than 8o percent of the total annual compensation of the judges of the State Court within the territorial jurisdiction of said court. SECTION 3: That a copy of this proposed amendment to the Charter of the City of Atlanta, Georgia 1996 Ga. L., et seq. as amended, shall be filed in the Office of the 14-O-1337 Page 9 of 10 Packet Pg. 359

348 Municipal Clerk of the City of Atlanta and in the Offices of the Clerks of the Superior Courts of Fulton and DeKalb Counties and that a "Notice of Proposed Amendment to the Charter of the City of Atlanta, Georgia," attached hereto and marked Exhibit "A" and made a part of this ordinance, be published in the official organ of the county of the legal situs of the City of Atlanta or in a newspaper of general circulation in the City of Atlanta once a week for three weeks within a period of 6o days immediately preceding its final adoption, and that a copy of said advertisement be attached to this ordinance prior to its final adoption by the Council of the City of Atlanta. J.17 SECTION 4: All ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby waived for purposes of this Ordinance only, and only to the extent of said conflict. 14-O-1337 Page 10 of 10 Packet Pg. 360

349 J.17.a Packet Pg. 361 Attachment: DOC19 (14-O-1337 : MUNICIPAL HOME RULE)

350 J.17.a Packet Pg. 362 Attachment: DOC19 (14-O-1337 : MUNICIPAL HOME RULE)

351 J.17.a Packet Pg. 363 Attachment: DOC19 (14-O-1337 : MUNICIPAL HOME RULE)

352 J.17.a Packet Pg. 364 Attachment: DOC19 (14-O-1337 : MUNICIPAL HOME RULE)

353 J.17.b Exhibit "A" NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA Notice is hereby given that an Ordinance has been introduced to amend the Charter of the City of Atlanta (Ga. Laws, 1996, p. 4469, et seq.) approved April15, 1996, as amended, said Ordinance being captioned as follows: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA ADOPTED UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE AUTHORITY OF THE MUNICIPAL HOME RULE ACT OF 1965, O.C.G.A. SECTION ET SEQ., AS AMENDED, SO AS TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 1996 GA LAWS P. 4469, ET SEQ., BY AMENDING SUBPART A, ARTICLE 4, COURTS, SECTIONS (G) AND 4-105(B) OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE PURPOSE OF MODIFYING JUDGE COMPENSATION AND CHIEF JUDGE DUTIES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. A copy of the proposed Ordinance and Charter Amendment is on file in the Office of the Municipal Clerk of the City of Atlanta and in the Offices of the clerks of the Superior Courts of Fulton and DeKalb Counties, Georgia for the purpose of examination and inspection by the public. This day of, Rhonda Dauphin Johnson Municipal Clerk City of Atlanta Attachment: EXHIBIT A (14-O-1337 : MUNICIPAL HOME RULE) Packet Pg. 365

354 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 14-R-3826 J.18 A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER IVORY LEE YOUNG, JR. URGING THE STATE OF GEORGIA GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO PROTECT GEORGIA RESIDENTS FROM THE LAW ENFORCEMENT USE OF DRONES (UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES) IN LOCAL AIR SPACE FOR THE PURPOSES OF UNRESTRICTED, ARBITRARY SURVEILLANCE, INVESTIGATION, INFORMATION GATHERING, OR ANY OTHER USE THAT POSES A THREAT TO THE PRIVACY, CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, AND GENERAL WELFARE OF THE RESIDENTS OF GEORGIA; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 10/14/14 AT THE REQUEST OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT) Workflow List: Atlanta City Council Completed 07/07/2014 1:00 PM Finance/Executive Committee Completed 07/16/2014 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/21/2014 1:00 PM Finance/Executive Committee Completed 07/30/2014 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/18/2014 1:00 PM Finance/Executive Committee Completed 08/27/2014 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 09/02/2014 1:00 PM Finance/Executive Committee Completed 09/10/2014 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 09/15/2014 1:00 PM Finance/Executive Committee Completed 09/24/2014 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 10/06/2014 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 10/06/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 10/14/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 10/20/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 10/28/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 11/03/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 11/10/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 11/17/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 11/24/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 12/01/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 12/09/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 01/05/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/13/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 01/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/27/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/02/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/10/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/02/2015 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/16/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 04/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 04/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/04/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/12/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/18/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/26/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/01/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/09/2015 3:00 PM Page 1 of 8 Packet Pg. 366

355 Atlanta City Council Completed 06/15/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/23/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/06/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/14/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Mayor's Office Skipped 07/28/2015 4:03 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM J.18 HISTORY: 07/07/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 7/16/2014 1:00 PM 07/16/14 Finance/Executive Committee HELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE 07/21/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 7/30/2014 1:00 PM 07/30/14 Finance/Executive Committee 08/18/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 8/27/2014 1:00 PM 08/27/14 Finance/Executive Committee HELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE 09/02/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 9/10/2014 1:00 PM 09/10/14 Finance/Executive Committee HELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE 09/15/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED AS HELD RESULT: REFERRED AS HELD Next: 9/24/2014 1:00 PM 09/24/14 Finance/Executive Committee HELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS] Next: 10/6/2014 1:00 PM AYES: Wan, Shook, Adrean, Archibong, Martin, Moore, Smith 10/06/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED TO COMMITTEE 14-R-3826 Page 2 of 8 Packet Pg. 367

356 J.18 RESULT: REFERRED TO COMMITTEE [11 TO 0] Next: 10/14/2014 3:00 PM MOVER: Ivory Lee Young Jr., Councilmember, District 3 AYES: Norwood, Dickens, Smith, Young Jr., Winslow, Archibong, Wan, Shook, Moore, Martin, Sheperd ABSENT: Kwanza Hall, Yolanda Adrean AWAY: Michael Julian Bond, Keisha Lance Bottoms 10/14/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 10/20/2014 1:00 PM 10/20/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 10/28/2014 3:00 PM 10/28/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 11/3/2014 1:00 PM 11/03/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 11/10/2014 3:00 PM 11/10/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 11/17/2014 1:00 PM 11/17/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 11/24/2014 3:00 PM 11/24/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 12/1/2014 1:00 PM 12/01/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 12/9/2014 3:00 PM 12/09/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 1/5/2015 1:00 PM 01/05/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 1/13/2015 3:00 PM 01/13/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 14-R-3826 Page 3 of 8 Packet Pg. 368

357 J.18 RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 1/20/2015 1:00 PM 01/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 1/27/2015 3:00 PM 01/27/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/2/2015 1:00 PM 02/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/10/2015 3:00 PM 02/10/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/17/2015 1:00 PM 02/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/24/2015 3:00 PM 02/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 3/2/2015 1:00 PM 03/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD 03/16/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 3/24/2015 3:00 PM 03/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 4/20/2015 1:00 PM 04/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 4/28/2015 3:00 PM 04/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/4/2015 1:00 PM 05/04/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/12/2015 3:00 PM 05/12/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 14-R-3826 Page 4 of 8 Packet Pg. 369

358 J.18 RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/18/2015 1:00 PM 05/18/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/26/2015 3:00 PM 05/26/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/1/2015 1:00 PM 06/01/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/9/2015 3:00 PM 06/09/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 06/15/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/23/2015 3:00 PM 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/14/2015 3:00 PM 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment 14-R-3826 Page 5 of 8 Packet Pg. 370

359 CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA SPONSOR SIGNATURES 14-R-3826 J R-3826 Page 6 of 8 Packet Pg. 371

360 J.18 A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER IVORY LEE YOUNG, JR. URGING THE STATE OF GEORGIA GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO PROTECT GEORGIA RESIDENTS FROM THE LAW ENFORCEMENT USE OF DRONES (UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES) IN LOCAL AIR SPACE FOR THE PURPOSES OF UNRESTRICTED, ARBITRARY SURVEILLANCE, INVESTIGATION, INFORMATION GATHERING, OR ANY OTHER USE THAT POSES A THREAT TO THE PRIVACY, CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, AND GENERAL WELFARE OF THE RESIDENTS OF GEORGIA; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 10/14/14 AT THE REQUEST OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT) WHEREAS, the implementation and use of drone technology throughout the United States and in the State of Georgia remain unregulated in the area of privacy rights of individuals; and WHEREAS, the continued absence of legal constraints for the use of drone technology for surveillance and information collection creates a potential for government abuse through the unchecked use of drones; and WHEREAS, drones have the capacity to continuously monitor and track individuals movements, store images and data, record phone text communications, and take photographs and film individuals without regard to the distinction between public and private spaces; and WHEREAS, drone capability for surveillance purposes is boudless as technology develops and drones may be equipped with a variety of weapons; and WHEREAS, armed drones and surveillance drones present an unreasonable ans serious threat to the privacy, unconstitutional rights and general welfare of the residents of Georgia and the American people. NOW THEREFORE, THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA HEREBY, calls on the General Assembly of State of Georgia to adopt legislation providing legal restraints for the government and law enforcement's use of drone technology and prohibiting the use of drones for surveillance, information gathering purposes, and acts of aggression and violence against human beings. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Atlanta calls on the General Assembly of State of Georgia to prohibit the domestic use of drone technology by police departments without a probable cause warrant or in the case of an emergency. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Atlanta calls on the General Assembly of State of Georgia to exclude the use of information illegally gathered from drones in court such that no part of the information acquired and no evidence derived therefrom may be received in evidence in any trail, hearing, or other proceeding in or before any court, grand jury, department, officer, agency, regulatory body, legislative committee, or other authority of State of Georgia or a political subdivision thereof if the disclosure of that information would be m violation of this resolution. 14-R-3826 Page 7 of 8 Packet Pg. 372

361 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that due to the drone's capacity to be equipped with a variety of weapons, the Council of the City of Atlanta call on the General Assembly of State of Georgia to preclude the use of weaponized drones in this state. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that where a warrant is sought to use drone technology in the City of Atlanta, notice shall be given to the person or persons upon whom information is to be collected. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that with the proper authorization, the operation of drones by the Atlanta Police Department shall be limited to collect data only on the target, to avoid data collection on individuals, homes, or areas other than the target, and to prohibit the use of facial recognition or other biometric matching technology on non-targets. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that no data collected by the Atlanta Police Department on an individual, home, or area other than the target that justified deployment may be used, copied, or disclosed for any purpose and that such data must be deleted must be deleted as soon as possible, and in no event later than 24 hours after collection. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, any use of drones by the Atlanta Police Department, fully comply with all Federal Aviation Administration requirements and guidelines. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Atlanta shall exercise oversight over the use of drone technology and any implementation of a drone program by any entity in the City of Atlanta. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Council of City of Atlanta requires that any entity that intends to acquire and use drone technology in the City of Atlanta must submit for approval to the Council a statement of purpose and guidelines for the use of drone technology. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Atlanta transmits this resolution to the General Assembly of the State of Georgia for the adoption of legislation that reflects the considerations made herein. J R-3826 Page 8 of 8 Packet Pg. 373

362 J.18.a A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILME.MBER IVORY LEE YOUNG, JR. \\ A RESOLUTION URGING THE STATE OF GEORGIA NERAL AS LY TO PROTECT GEORGIA RESIDENTS FROM THE LAW ENFORCEMENT USE OF DRONES (UNl\IIANNED AERIAL VEHICLES) IN LOCAL AIR SPACE FOR THE PURPOSES OF UNRESTRICTED, ARBITRARY SURVEILLANCE, INVESTIGATION, INFORMATION GATHERING, OR ANY OTHER USE THAT POSES A THREAT TO THE PRIVACY, CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, AND GENERAL WELFARE OF THE RESIDENTS OF GEORGIA; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, the implemenattion and use of drone technology throughout the United States and in the State of Georgia remain unregulated in the area of privacy rights of individuals; and WHEREAS, the continued absence of legal constriants for the use of drone technology for surveillance and information collection creates a potential for government abuse through the unchecked use of drones; and WHEREAS, drones have the capacity to continuously monitor and track individulas movements, store images and data, record phonetext communications, and take photographs and film individuals without regard to the distinction between public and private spaces; and WHEREAS, drone capability for surveillance purposes is boudless as technology develops and drones may be equipped with a variety of weapons; and WHEREAS, armed drones and surveillance drones present an unreasonable ans seriousthreat to the privacy, unconstitutional rights and general welfare of the residents of Georgia and the American people. NOW THEREFORE, THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA HEREBY, calls on the General Assembly of State of Georgia to adopt legislation providing legal restraints for the government and law enforcement's use of drone technology and prohibiting the use of drones for surveillance, information gathering purposes, and acts of aggression and violence against human beings. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Atlanta calls on the General Assembly of State of Georgia to prohibit the domestic use of drone technology by police departments without a probable cause warrant or in the case of an emergency. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Atlanta calls on the General Assembly of State of Georgia to exclude the use of inofrmation illegally gathered from drones in court such that no part of the information acquired and no evidence derived therefrom may be received in eveidence in any trail, hearing, or other proceeding in or before any court, grand jury, department, officer, agency, regulatory body, legislative committee, or other authority of State of Georgia or a politica subdivision thereof if the disclosure of that information would be m violation of this resolution. Attachment: IYoung:Law Enforcement Use of Drones in Local Airspace (14-R-3826 : Law Enforcement Use of Drones in Local Airspace) Packet Pg. 374

363 J.18.a BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that due to the drone's capacity to be equipped with a variety of weapons, the the Council of the City of Atlanta call on the General Assembly of State of Georgia to preclude the use of weaponized drones in this state. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that where a warrant is sought to use drone technology in the City of Atlanta, notice shall be given to the person or persons upon whom information is to be collected. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that with the proper authorization, the operationj of drones by the Atlanta Police Department shall be limited to collect data only on the target, to avoid data collection on individuals, homes, or areas other than the target, and to prohibit the use of facial recognition or other biometric matching technology on non-targets. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that no data collected by the Atlanta Police Department on an individual, horne, or area other than the target that justified deployment may be used, copied, or disclosed for any purpose and that such data must be deleted must be deleted as soon as possible, and in no event later than 24 hours after collection. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, any use of drones by the Atlanta Police Department, fully comply with all Federal Aviation Administration requirements and guidelines. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Atlanta shall exercise oversight over the use of drone technology and any implementation of a drone program by any entity in the City of Atlanta. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Council of City of Atlanta requires that any entity that intends to acquire and use drone technology in the City of Atlanta must submit for approval to the Council a statement of purpose and guidelines for the use of drone technology. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Atlanta transmits this resolution to the General Assembly of the State of Georgia for the adoption of legislation that reflects the considerations made herein. Attachment: IYoung:Law Enforcement Use of Drones in Local Airspace (14-R-3826 : Law Enforcement Use of Drones in Local Airspace) Packet Pg. 375

364 J.18.a (Do Not Write Above This Line) A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBER IVORY LEE YOUNG, A RESOLUTION URGING {(!! S A OF GEORGIA GENERAL ASS TO PROTECT GEORGIA RESIDENTS FROM THE LAW ENFORCEMENT USE OF DRONES (UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES) IN LOCAL AIR SPACE FOR THE PURPOSES OF UNRESTRICTED, ARBITRARY INVESTIGATION, SURVEILLANCE, INFORMATION GATHERING, OR ANY OTHER USE THAT POSES A THREAT TO THE PRIVACY, CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, AND GENERAL WELFARE OF THE RESIDENTS OF GEORGIA; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. a CONSENT REFER a REGULAR REPORT REFER a ADVERTISE & REFER a 1st ADOPT 2nd READ & REFER a PERSONAL PAPER REFER Date Referred Referred To: Date Referred AeHerred To: Committee Date Chair Referred To Committee oate Chair Action Fav, Adv, Hold (see rev. side) Other Members Refer To Committee Date Chair Action Fav, Adv, Hold (see rev. side) Other Members Firat Reading Committee Date Chair Action Fav, Adv, Hold ( e rev. side) Other Members Refer To Committee Date Chair Action Fav, Adv, Hold (see rev. aide) Other Members FINAL COUNCIL ACTION Q2nd a 1st & 2nd a3rd Readings Cl Consent a V Vote Cl RC Vote CERTIFIED MAYOR'S ACTION Attachment: IYoung:Law Enforcement Use of Drones in Local Airspace (14-R-3826 : Law Enforcement Date Referred Refer To Reier To Referred To,., Packet Pg. 376

365 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 14-O-1485 J.19 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER FELICIA A. MOORE TO AMEND SECTION 70-28(B)(2) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA ( ALARM SYSTEMS ), SO AS TO PROVIDE FOR AUTOMATIC ANNUAL RENEWAL OF THE ALARM PERMIT IF THERE HAS BEEN NO CHANGE OR TRANSFER OF THE PREMISES AFTER THE INITIAL ISSUANCE OF THE PERMIT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 10/14/14 AT THE REQUEST OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT) Workflow List: Clerk of Council Completed 10/06/ :52 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 10/06/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 10/14/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 10/20/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 10/28/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 11/03/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 11/10/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 11/17/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 11/24/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 12/01/2014 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 12/09/2014 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 01/05/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/13/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 01/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/27/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/02/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/10/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/02/2015 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/16/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 04/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 04/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/04/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/12/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/18/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/26/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/01/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/09/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/15/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/23/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/06/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/14/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Page 1 of 7 Packet Pg. 377

366 HISTORY: 10/06/14 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION J.19 RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 10/14/2014 3:00 PM 10/14/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 10/20/2014 1:00 PM 10/20/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 10/28/2014 3:00 PM 10/28/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 11/3/2014 1:00 PM 11/03/14 Atlanta City Council 11/10/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 11/17/2014 1:00 PM 11/17/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 11/24/2014 3:00 PM 11/24/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 12/1/2014 1:00 PM 12/01/14 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 12/9/2014 3:00 PM 12/09/14 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 1/5/2015 1:00 PM 01/05/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 1/13/2015 3:00 PM 01/13/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 1/20/2015 1:00 PM 01/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 14-O-1485 Page 2 of 7 Packet Pg. 378

367 J.19 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 1/27/2015 3:00 PM 01/27/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/2/2015 1:00 PM 02/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/10/2015 3:00 PM 02/10/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/17/2015 1:00 PM 02/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/24/2015 3:00 PM 02/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 3/2/2015 1:00 PM 03/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD 03/16/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 3/24/2015 3:00 PM 03/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 4/20/2015 1:00 PM 04/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 4/28/2015 3:00 PM 04/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/4/2015 1:00 PM 05/04/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/12/2015 3:00 PM 05/12/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/18/2015 1:00 PM 05/18/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 14-O-1485 Page 3 of 7 Packet Pg. 379

368 J.19 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/26/2015 3:00 PM 05/26/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/1/2015 1:00 PM 06/01/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/9/2015 3:00 PM 06/09/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 06/15/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/23/2015 3:00 PM 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/14/2015 3:00 PM 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment 14-O-1485 Page 4 of 7 Packet Pg. 380

369 CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA SPONSOR SIGNATURES 14-O-1485 J O-1485 Page 5 of 7 Packet Pg. 381

370 J.19 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER FELICIA A. MOORE TO AMEND SECTION 70-28(B)(2) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA ( ALARM SYSTEMS ), SO AS TO PROVIDE FOR AUTOMATIC ANNUAL RENEWAL OF THE ALARM PERMIT IF THERE HAS BEEN NO CHANGE OR TRANSFER OF THE PREMISES AFTER THE INITIAL ISSUANCE OF THE PERMIT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 10/14/14 AT THE REQUEST OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT) WHEREAS, failure to annually renew the alarm permit under the False Alarm Ordinance, will subject alarm user to a $ civil penalty; and WHEREAS, if there has been no change in the status of the property, the annual renewal should be automatically renewed. NOW THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA as follows: SECTION 1: Section 70-28(b)(2) of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta (entitled Alarm Systems ), which currently provides as follows: (b) Registration/Renewal. (2) After the initial issuance of a permit under this article, application for renewal shall be made annually by the anniversary of the date of initial issuance. WHEREAS, failure to annually renew the alarm permit under the False Alarm Ordinance, will subject alarm user to a $ civil penalty; and WHEREAS, if there has been no change in the status of the property, the annual renewal should be automatically renewed. NOW THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA as follows: SECTION 1: Section 70-28(b)(2) of the Code of Ordinance of the City of Atlanta (entitled Alarm Systems ), which currently provides as follows: (b) Registration/Renewal. 14-O-1485 Page 6 of 7 Packet Pg. 382

371 (2) After the initial issuance of a permit under this article, application for renewal shall be made annually by the anniversary of the date of initial issuance. Is hereby amended so as to provide for automatic renewal if there has been no change in the status of the property, so that when amended, said Code Section shall provide as follows: (b) Registration/Renewal. (2) J.19 After the initial issuance of a permit under this article, and if there has been no change in the status of the property or the alarm user, the alarm permit shall automatically renew annually on the anniversary of the date of initial issuance. SECTION 2: All ordinances and code sections and parts of ordinances and code sections in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of any such conflict. 14-O-1485 Page 7 of 7 Packet Pg. 383

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374 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-O-1042 J.20 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS CLETA WINSLOW AND CARLA SMITH TO AMEND CHAPTER 10, ARTICLE II, SECTION (B) OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES SO AS TO PROVIDE AN EXEMPTION FROM THE DISTANCE REQUIREMENTS LISTED IN SECTION FOR PACKAGE STORES LICENSED TO SELL MALT BEVERAGES AND/OR WINE BY THE PACKAGE FOR AN ESTABLISHMENT LOCATED AT 464 WINDSOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30312; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 1/27/15 AT THE REQUEST OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT) Workflow List: Clerk of Council Completed 01/21/ :54 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 01/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 01/27/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/02/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/10/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/02/2015 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/16/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 04/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 04/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/04/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/12/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/18/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/26/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/01/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/09/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/15/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/23/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/06/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/14/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM HISTORY: 01/20/15 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 1/27/2015 3:00 PM 01/27/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/2/2015 1:00 PM 02/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD Page 1 of 6 Packet Pg. 386

375 J.20 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/10/2015 3:00 PM 02/10/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/17/2015 1:00 PM 02/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/24/2015 3:00 PM 02/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 3/2/2015 1:00 PM 03/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD 03/16/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 3/24/2015 3:00 PM 03/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 4/20/2015 1:00 PM 04/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 4/28/2015 3:00 PM 04/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/4/2015 1:00 PM 05/04/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/12/2015 3:00 PM 05/12/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/18/2015 1:00 PM 05/18/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/26/2015 3:00 PM 05/26/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/1/2015 1:00 PM 06/01/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 15-O-1042 Page 2 of 6 Packet Pg. 387

376 J.20 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/9/2015 3:00 PM 06/09/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 06/15/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/23/2015 3:00 PM 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/14/2015 3:00 PM 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment 15-O-1042 Page 3 of 6 Packet Pg. 388

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378 J.20 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS CLETA WINSLOW AND CARLA SMITH TO AMEND CHAPTER 10, ARTICLE II, SECTION (B) OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES SO AS TO PROVIDE AN EXEMPTION FROM THE DISTANCE REQUIREMENTS LISTED IN SECTION FOR PACKAGE STORES LICENSED TO SELL MALT BEVERAGES AND/OR WINE BY THE PACKAGE FOR AN ESTABLISHMENT LOCATED AT 464 WINDSOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30312; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 1/27/15 AT THE REQUEST OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT) WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta has an interest in maintaining the public health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of the City of Atlanta and its visitors; and WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta has an interest in regulating, through the lawful exercise of its police powers, the sale of alcoholic beverages for the public health, safety and welfare; and WHEREAS, Chapter 10 of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances, regulates the issuances of licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages within the City of Atlanta; and WHEREAS, Section (a) of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances sets forth that no package store may be located within 1,500 feet of any other package store; and WHEREAS, the area of the City of Atlanta near the intersection of Windsor Street and Fulton Street is a heavy traffic, area that can thrive, in part, by a multiplicity of eating, drinking and shopping options. As such, the interests served in providing an additional option to purchase alcohol by the package in proximity to this area caters to the convenience and character of the residents and businesses therein; and WHEREAS, the current distance regulations would restrict the potential effectiveness of the development of this area; and WHEREAS, it would be in the best interest of the City of Atlanta to create an exemption from the current distance requirements in order to further promote the live, work and play area where this property is located. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA AS FOLLOWS: 15-O-1042 Page 5 of 6 Packet Pg. 390

379 J.20 SECTION 1: That Chapter 10, Article II, Section (b) of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances is hereby amended to add a new subsection, which shall read as follows: (x) For one (x) retail establishment located at 464 Windsor Street, Atlanta, Georgia SECTION 2: All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed 15-O-1042 Page 6 of 6 Packet Pg. 391

380 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-O-1073 J.21 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS MICHAEL J. BOND AND C. T. MARTIN TO AMEND SECTION OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CHAPTER 10 (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES), ARTICLE II (DEALERS AND MANUFACTURER), DIVISION 2 (LICENSE), SUBDIVISION III (RENEWAL, REVOCATION TRANSFER) SO AS TO CREATE MANDATORY PROGRESSIVE PENALTIES FOR "DUE CAUSE" FINDINGS MADE BY THE LICENSE REVIEW BOARD AND PENALTIES IMPOSED BY THE MAYOR; TO WAIVE CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND CODE SECTIONS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 2/24/15 AT THE REQUEST OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT) Workflow List: Clerk of Council Completed 02/03/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/02/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/10/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/02/2015 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/16/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 04/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 04/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/04/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/12/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/18/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/26/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/01/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/09/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/15/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/23/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/06/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/14/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM HISTORY: 02/02/15 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 2/10/2015 3:00 PM 02/10/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/17/2015 1:00 PM 02/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD Page 1 of 14 Packet Pg. 392

381 J.21 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/24/2015 3:00 PM 02/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 3/2/2015 1:00 PM 03/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD 03/16/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 3/24/2015 3:00 PM 03/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 4/20/2015 1:00 PM 04/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 4/28/2015 3:00 PM 04/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/4/2015 1:00 PM 05/04/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/12/2015 3:00 PM 05/12/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/18/2015 1:00 PM 05/18/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/26/2015 3:00 PM 05/26/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/1/2015 1:00 PM 06/01/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/9/2015 3:00 PM 06/09/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 06/15/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/23/2015 3:00 PM 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 15-O-1073 Page 2 of 14 Packet Pg. 393

382 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD J.21 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/14/2015 3:00 PM 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment 15-O-1073 Page 3 of 14 Packet Pg. 394

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384 J.21 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS MICHAEL J. BOND AND C. T. MARTIN TO AMEND SECTION OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CHAPTER 10 (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES), ARTICLE II (DEALERS AND MANUFACTURER), DIVISION 2 (LICENSE), SUBDIVISION III (RENEWAL, REVOCATION TRANSFER) SO AS TO CREATE MANDATORY PROGRESSIVE PENALTIES FOR "DUE CAUSE" FINDINGS MADE BY THE LICENSE REVIEW BOARD AND PENALTIES IMPOSED BY THE MAYOR; TO WAIVE CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND CODE SECTIONS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 2/24/15 AT THE REQUEST OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT) WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta has an interest in regulating, through the lawful exercise of its police powers, the sale of alcoholic beverages in order to provide for the safety and welfare of the citizens of the city and its visitors; and, WHEREAS, the alcoholic beverage laws, ordinances and regulations should be reviewed so as to ascertain and recommend improvements to the city's system of alcoholic beverage licensing and enforcement; and, WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution # 1 1-R-0936, adopted June 20, and approved June 29, 2011, AT AG II was established; and, WHEREAS, ATAG II was populated and held its first meeting on November 30, ; and WHEREAS, A TAG II has held public input hearings in every quadrant of the city, has had experts from government and the private sector appear before its members, and has discussed, deliberated and debated the myriad of issues involved in the licensing and enforcement of alcoholic beverages; and WHEREAS, one of the issues discussed, deliberated and debated by AT AG II was the imposition of penalties on licensees upon violations of the Alcoholic Beverage Code of Ordinances; and WHEREAS, on May 8, 20 13, ATAG II took a vote on each of myriad issues to determine whether to include a recommendation regarding each specific issue in a final report to the City Council; WHEREAS, on May 8, 2013, ATAG II took a vote on each of myriad issues to determine whether to include a recommendation regarding each specific issue in a final report to the City 15-O-1073 Page 5 of 14 Packet Pg. 396

385 Council; J.21 WHEREAS, during the vote on May 8, 20 13, ATAG II voted to approve the inclusion of a recommendation to City Council which addressed the imposition of penalties on licensees upon violations of the Alcoholic Beverage Code of Ordinances; and WHEREAS, ATAG II specifically voted to "change the ordinance to include a penalty matrix for violations of the alcohol ordinance, such that for each type of violation there is a prescribed penalty for the first, second and third violation of the ordinance, and that the prescribed penalties increase with each violation of the ordinance;" and WHEREAS, after ATAG II completed its vote on May 8, 20 13, regarding each issue, ATAG II presented a report to the City Council entitled "Alcohol Technical Advisory Group Recommendations and Narrative Explaining Concepts" (hereinafter known as "AT AG II Recommendations"); and WHEREAS, included within the A TAG II Recommendations was a specific narrative explaining AT AG Il's recommendation and the concept that AT AG II envisioned for creating a matrix for assessing penalties for violations of the Alcoholic Beverage Code; and WHEREAS, in its narrative, ATAG II explained the concept by stating the following: "[A]s a function of the nature of the violation, the penalty for a first violation may involve only a financial penalty, or a fine and/or a short suspension of the license. A second violation (which may be similar to or different from the first) within a certain time of the first violation, may involve only a larger financial penalty, or a fine and/or a longer suspension of the license. A third violation (which may be similar to or different from the second) within a certain time of the second violation may result in only a very large financial penalty and/or revocation of and loss of the license. This is a conceptual explanation of how the 'progressive' three step or incremental penalty assessment framework should be structured" (a copy of ATAG II's Recommendation and Narrative Explaining Concepts for Concept Number 22 is attached hereto); and WHEREAS, ATAG II's Recommendation and Narrative Explaining Concepts, including the above-cited language, was attached to and made a part of a Resolution 13-R adopted by the City Council July 1, 20 13; and 15-O-1073 Page 6 of 14 Packet Pg. 397

386 WHEREAS, the City Council recognizes that the recently enacted legislation, , which set forth specific penalties based on first, second and third violations, imposes a minimum suspension period for each and every violation of the Alcoholic Beverage Code regardless of the severity of the violation; and J.21 WHEREAS, the City Council recognizes that the imposition of a minimum suspension on certain violations of the Alcoholic Beverage Code may have unintended consequences, as some violations are not so severe to warrant the imposition of a minimum suspension period, but rather, should be addressed through the imposition of a financial penalty instead; and WHEREAS, the City Council recognizes that the Georgia Department of Revenue has had a long-standing policy of utilizing a penalty matrix in regard to the imposition of penalties for violations by alcohol license holders which: categorizes violations by severity, allows for consideration of both mitigating and aggravating circumstances related to violations, imposes only financial penalties for some violations and a mix of financial and suspension and/or revocation penalties for more severe violations, and which utilizes a three (3) year review period to assess the number of violations attributed to a licensee when imposing an adequate penalty for a current violation; and WHEREAS, in addition to establishing a penalty matrix similar to that described above which is based on the category and severity of the violation, the City Council also desires to implement a finite period of time within which violations by alcohol license holders are calculated, comparable with that of the Georgia Department of Revenue's three (3) year review as referenced immediately above; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, as follows: Section 1: Chapter 1 0, Article II, Division II, Section of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta is hereby amended to delete the current language contained in said section and to insert in lieu thereof the following language: Sec Penalty guidelines for violations of chapter after "due cause" findings by the License Review Board; administrative actions. (a) Purpose. The purpose of this Subsection is to provide a guide for the License Review Board and mayor in assessing fair and consistent consequences for violations of this chapter. The authority to deviate from these guidelines, including but not limited to provisions regarding show cause hearings, computation of number of offenses, time periods, and penalties, is expressly reserved to the governing authority, including the License Review Board and 15-O-1073 Page 7 of 14 Packet Pg. 398

387 mayor. The License Review Board and mayor shall consider any extenuating, J.21 aggravating, and/or mitigating circumstances presented by the licensee, and may consider other extenuating, aggravating and/or mitigating circumstances deemed appropriate by the License Review Board or mayor in deciding upon possible consequences assessed pursuant to this section. The table below calls for increased sanctions for subsequent violations within a thirty-six (36) month period or per increased class or seriousness; thus, within the same class, sanctions increase as the number of violations within a thirty-six (36) month period increase. The table reflects a willingness to give a licensee the benefit of the doubt, with respect to administrative action, for an initial offense on the part of the licensee or the employee of the licensee, but to be less willing to do so upon subsequent violations within a 36 month period. (b) Guidelines of Penalties for Violations. 15-O-1073 Page 8 of 14 Packet Pg. 399

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403 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-O-1094 J.22 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS MICHAEL J. BOND AND ANDRE DICKENS TO AMEND CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE XXIII OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES, (VENDING ON PUBLIC PROPERTY), IN ORDER TO ADD NO MORE THAN X VENDING CART LOCATIONS NEAR TURNER FIELD; TO GIVE PERSONS PERMITTED BY THE CITY OF ATLANTA AS VENDORS AND AUTHORIZED TO VEND ON PUBLIC PROPERTY NEAR TURNER FIELD AT THE TIME OF THE ADOPTION OF THE PUBLIC VENDING MANAGEMENT PROGRAM A FIRST RIGHT OF REFUSAL DURING THE LOTTERY-TYPE SELECTION PROCESS HELD FOR THE LOCATIONS CREATED IN THIS ORDINANCE; TO ADOPT A SUNSET PROVISION WHEREBY THE AMENDMENTS CONTAINED IN THIS ORDINANCE WILL EXPIRE ON DECEMBER 31, 2016; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 2/24/15 AT THE REQUEST OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT) Workflow List: Clerk of Council Completed 02/18/2015 3:34 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/02/2015 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/16/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 04/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 04/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/04/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/12/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/18/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/26/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/01/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/09/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/15/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/23/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/06/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/14/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM HISTORY: 02/17/15 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION 02/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 3/2/2015 1:00 PM 03/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD Page 1 of 6 Packet Pg. 415

404 J.22 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD 03/16/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 3/24/2015 3:00 PM 03/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 4/20/2015 1:00 PM 04/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 4/28/2015 3:00 PM 04/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/4/2015 1:00 PM 05/04/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/12/2015 3:00 PM 05/12/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/18/2015 1:00 PM 05/18/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/26/2015 3:00 PM 05/26/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/1/2015 1:00 PM 06/01/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/9/2015 3:00 PM 06/09/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 06/15/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/23/2015 3:00 PM 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/14/2015 3:00 PM 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 15-O-1094 Page 2 of 6 Packet Pg. 416

405 J.22 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment 15-O-1094 Page 3 of 6 Packet Pg. 417

406 CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA SPONSOR SIGNATURES 15-O-1094 J O-1094 Page 4 of 6 Packet Pg. 418

407 J.22 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS MICHAEL J. BOND AND ANDRE DICKENS TO AMEND CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE XXIII OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES, (VENDING ON PUBLIC PROPERTY), IN ORDER TO ADD NO MORE THAN X VENDING CART LOCATIONS NEAR TURNER FIELD; TO GIVE PERSONS PERMITTED BY THE CITY OF ATLANTA AS VENDORS AND AUTHORIZED TO VEND ON PUBLIC PROPERTY NEAR TURNER FIELD AT THE TIME OF THE ADOPTION OF THE PUBLIC VENDING MANAGEMENT PROGRAM A FIRST RIGHT OF REFUSAL DURING THE LOTTERY-TYPE SELECTION PROCESS HELD FOR THE LOCATIONS CREATED IN THIS ORDINANCE; TO ADOPT A SUNSET PROVISION WHEREBY THE AMENDMENTS CONTAINED IN THIS ORDINANCE WILL EXPIRE ON DECEMBER 31, 2016; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 2/24/15 AT THE REQUEST OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT) WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta Charter provides that the City of Atlanta may lease, regulate the use of, and control public ways located in the City of Atlanta. Atlanta City Charter, 2-l02(c)(14); and WHEREAS, "[t]he streets [and public ways] belong to the public and are primarily for the use of the public in the ordinary way. Their use for the purposes of gain is special and extraordinary, and, generally at least, may be prohibited or conditioned as the legislature deems proper." Packard v. Banton, 264 U.S. 140, 144 (1924); Schlesinger v. City of Atlanta, 129 S.E. 861, 867 (1925) (individuals do not have the inherent right to conduct their private businesses in the streets and public property of a city, and a city may prohibit such business activities); and WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta's Ordinances regulating the use of the public right of way for vending purposes is located at Chapter 30, Article XXIII of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances; and WHEREAS, Section sets forth the pre/vetted list of Valid Vendor Locations where public property vending may take place; and WHEREAS, the Atlanta Braves have announced their intention to cease hosting baseball games at Turner Field following the 2016 baseball season; and WHEREAS, there has been no determination regarding the redevelopment of the Turner Field site following the departure of the Atlanta Braves therefrom; and WHEREAS, it is the desire of the Atlanta City Council to amend section to temporarily authorize up to 10 additional Vending Cart locations near Turner Field, such locations to expire on December 2016; and WHEREAS, because the City's vending ordinance which would have previously authorized persons to vend from locations near Turner Field was declared unconstitutional by the Superior Court of Fulton County, (see Larry Miller and Stanley Hambrick v. City of Atlanta, 20llCV ), it is the desire of the City of Atlanta that persons permitted by the City as Vendors at the time of the adoption of the unconstitutional ordinance, and assigned to vend at locations near Turner Field pursuant to the proceeding (pre-2008) ordinance, be given first right of refusal during the Lottery-type Selection Process 15-O-1094 Page 5 of 6 Packet Pg. 419

408 to be held in order to assign the locations created by this Ordinance; and J.22 THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA HEREBY ORDAINS, as follows: Section 1: That Chapter 30, Article XXIII, Division 2, Section of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances, currently reserved, is hereby amended such that Section shall read as follows: Sec Temporary Turner Field Locations. (a) Temporary Turner Field Valid Vendor Locations are designated by the City as follows: [x] (b) Lottery Type Selection Process for Temporary Turner Field Locations: (1) Persons wishing to submit applications for each Temporary Turner Field Valid Vendor Location shall be required to place their names in a separate drawing during the Lottery/type Selection Process for each such location. (2) Persons permitted on September 1, 2008 by the City of Atlanta as Vendors (not as Assistant Vendors) authorized to vend on public property locations near Turner Field, [such locations described in Section (a)(6) of the version of Chapter 30, Article XXIII of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances (Vending on Public Property) in effect prior to September, 2008 and officially repealed in Section 2 of Ordinance ], shall be given first right of refusal in the drawings for each of the Temporary Turner Field Valid Vendor Locations described in this Section. (3) No individual prospective Vendor may receive the ability to apply for more than one (1) of the Temporary Turner Field Valid Vendor Locations available in the Lottery-type Selection Process. (c) This Section shall expire in its entirety, and shall have no further effect on December 31, Following the expiration of this Section: (1) the locations contained in subsection (a) shall no longer be designated by the City of Atlanta as Valid Vendor Locations, and no vending shall be authorized thereon; (2) Valid Vendor Permits for Temporary Turner Field locations shall expire and shall not be renewable. Section 2: That all ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby waived to the extent of any conflict. Section 3: This Ordinance shall become effective immediately upon its approval. 15-O-1094 Page 6 of 6 Packet Pg. 420

409 J.22.a, AN OR CIT CODE OF ORDINANC., G ON PUBLIC PROPERTY), IN ORDER TO ADD NO MORE THAN X VENiY RT LOCATIONS NEAR TURNER FIELD; TO GIVE PERSONS PERMITTE THE CITY OF ATLANTA AS VENDORS AND AUTHORIZED TO VEND - ON PUBLIC PROPERTY NEAR TURNER FIELD AT THE TIME OF THE ADOPTION OF THE PUBLIC VENDING MANAGEMENT PROGRAM A FIRST RIGHT OF REFUSAL DURING THE LOTTERY,TYPE SELECTION PROCESS HELD FOR THE LOCATIONS CREATED IN THIS ORDINANCE; TO ADOPT A SUNSET PROVISION WHEREBY THE AMENDMENTS CONTAINED IN THIS ORDINANCE WILL EXPIRE ON DECEMBER 3I, 2016; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta Charter provides that the City of Atlanta may lease, regulate the use of, and control public ways located in the City of Atlanta. Atlanta City Charter, 2/ l02(c)(14); and WHEREAS, "[t]he streets [and public ways] belong to the public and are primarily for the use of the public in the ordinary way. Their use for the purposes of gain is special and extraordinary, and, generally at least, may be prohibited or conditioned as the legislature deems proper." Packard v. Banton, 264 U.S. 140, 144 (1924); Schlesinger v. City o(atlanta, 129 S.E. 861, 867 (1925) (individuals do not have the inherent right to conduct their private businesses in the streets and public property of a city, and a city may prohibit such business activities); and WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta's Ordinances regulating the use of the public right of way for vending purposes is located at Chapter 30, Article XXIII of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances; and WHEREAS, Section 30/1431 sets forth the pre/vetted list of Valid Vendor Locations where public property vending may take place; and WHEREAS, the Atlanta Braves have announced their intention to cease hosting baseball games at Turner Field following the 2016 baseball season; and WHEREAS, there has been no determination regarding the redevelopment of the Turner Field site following the departure of the Atlanta Braves therefrom; and WHEREAS, it is the desire of the Atlanta City Council to amend section 30/1431 to temporarily authorize up to 10 additional Vending Cart locations near Turner Field, such locations to expire on December 2016; and "-,, - - Attachment: VENDING ON PUBLIC PROPERTY (15-O-1094 : X VENDING CART LOCATIONS NEAR TURNER FIELD) Packet Pg. 421

410 J.22.a WHEREAS, because the City's vending ordinance which would have previously authorized persons to vend from locations near Turner Field was declared unconstitutional by the Superior Court of Fulton County, (see Larry Miller and Stanley Hambrick v. City a[ Atlanta, 20llCV ), is the desire of the City of Atlanta that persons permitted by the City as Vendors at the time of the adoption of the unconstitutional ordinance, and assigned to vend at locations near Turner Field pursuant to the proceeding (pre/ 2008) ordinance, be given first right of refusal during the Lottery/type Selection Process to be held in order to assign the locations created by this Ordinance; and THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA HEREBY ORDAINS, as follows: Section 1: That Chapter 30, Article XXIII, Division 2, Section 30/1437 of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances, currently reserved, is hereby amended such that Section 30/1437 shall read as follows: Sec. 30/1437- Temporary Turner Field Locations. (a) Temporary Turner Field Valid Vendor Locations are designated by the City as follows: [x] (b) Lottery Type Selection Process for T emporary Turner Field Locations: (I) Persons wishing to submit applications for each Temporary Turner Field Valid Vendor Location shall be required to place their names in a separate drawing during the Lottery/type Selection Process for each such location. (2) Persons permitted on September I, 2008 by the City of Atlanta as Vendors (not as Assistant Vendors) authorized to vend on public property locations near Turner Field, [such locations described in Section 30/1405(a)(6) of the version of Chapter 30, Article XXIII of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances (Vending on Public Property) in effect prior to September, 2008 and officially repealed in Section 2 of Ordinance 13/0/1339], shall be given first right of refusal in the drawings for each of the Temporary Turner Field Valid Vendor Locations described in this Section. (3) No individual prospective Vendor may receive the ability to apply for more than one (1) of the Temporary Turner Field Valid Vendor Locations available in the Lottery/ type Selection Process. (c) This Section shall expire in its entirety, and shall have no further effect on December 31, Following the expiration of this Section: (I) the locations contained in subsection (a) shall no longer be designated by the City of Atlanta as Valid Vendor Locations, and no vending shall be authorized thereon; it Attachment: VENDING ON PUBLIC PROPERTY (15-O-1094 : X VENDING CART LOCATIONS NEAR TURNER FIELD) Packet Pg. 422

411 J.22.a (2) Valid Vendor Permits for Temporary Turner Field locations shall expire and shall not be renewable. Section 2: That all ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby waived to the extent of any conflict. Section 3: This Ordinance shall become effective immediately upon its approval. AAR Attachment: VENDING ON PUBLIC PROPERTY (15-O-1094 : X VENDING CART LOCATIONS NEAR TURNER FIELD) Packet Pg. 423

412 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3143 J.23 FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED FROM A DEMOLITION INCIDENT ON MAY 28, 2013, AT 735 MARTIN STREET. (APD/01) #6141 CLAIM OF: Zack Schneeberger (Held 2/10/15 by the Committee) Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 02/03/2015 9:37 AM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/10/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/17/2015 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 02/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 02/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/02/2015 1:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 03/16/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 04/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 04/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/04/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/12/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/18/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/26/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/01/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/09/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/15/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/23/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/06/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/14/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM HISTORY: 02/10/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 2/17/2015 1:00 PM 02/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 2/24/2015 3:00 PM 02/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE Page 1 of 4 Packet Pg. 424

413 J.23 RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 3/2/2015 1:00 PM 03/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD 03/16/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 3/24/2015 3:00 PM 03/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 4/20/2015 1:00 PM 04/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 4/28/2015 3:00 PM 04/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/4/2015 1:00 PM 05/04/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/12/2015 3:00 PM 05/12/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/18/2015 1:00 PM 05/18/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/26/2015 3:00 PM 05/26/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/1/2015 1:00 PM 06/01/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/9/2015 3:00 PM 06/09/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 06/15/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/23/2015 3:00 PM 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/14/2015 3:00 PM 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 15-R-3143 Page 2 of 4 Packet Pg. 425

414 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD J.23 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment 15-R-3143 Page 3 of 4 Packet Pg. 426

415 Entered 09/9/13 J.23 CL 13L APD/01 - Gwendolyn Burns CLAIM OF: Zack Schneeberger (Held 2/10/15 by the Committee) FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED FROM A DEMOLITION INCIDENT ON MAY 28, 2013, AT 735 MARTIN STREET. (APD/01) #6141 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 02/10/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 02/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 02/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 03/02/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 03/16/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 03/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 04/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 04/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 05/04/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 05/12/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 05/18/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 05/26/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 06/01/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 06/09/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 06/15/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 15-R-3143 Page 4 of 4 Packet Pg. 427

416 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-O-1141 J.24 AN ORDINANCE BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AMENDING CHAPTER 98, ARTICLE II, DIVISION 1, SECTION OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ADJUSTING THE FEES FOR FINGERPRINTING SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF POLICE TO THE PUBLIC, IN ORDER TO OFF-SET THE INCREASED COSTS OF PROVIDING SUCH SERVICES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Public Hearing held 4/28/15) (Held 4/28/15) Workflow List: George Turner Completed 03/12/2015 3:34 PM Amber Robinson Completed 03/12/2015 3:54 PM Finance Completed 03/12/2015 4:22 PM Mayor's Office Completed 03/13/ :58 PM Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 03/17/ :28 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 03/24/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 04/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 04/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/04/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/12/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 05/18/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/26/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/01/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/09/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/15/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/23/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/06/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/14/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM HISTORY: 03/24/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 04/20/15 Atlanta City Council REFERRED TO COMMITTEE RESULT: REFERRED TO COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS] AYES: Bond, Norwood, Dickens, Smith, Young Jr., Winslow, Shook, Adrean, Moore, Martin, Bottoms, Sheperd ABSENT: Kwanza Hall, Alex Wan EXCUSED: Natalyn Mosby Archibong 04/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE Page 1 of 5 Packet Pg. 428

417 J.24 RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/4/2015 1:00 PM 05/04/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/12/2015 3:00 PM 05/12/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 5/18/2015 1:00 PM 05/18/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 5/26/2015 3:00 PM 05/26/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE Next: 6/1/2015 1:00 PM 06/01/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/9/2015 3:00 PM 06/09/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 06/15/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/23/2015 3:00 PM 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/14/2015 3:00 PM 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment 15-O-1141 Page 2 of 5 Packet Pg. 429

418 J O-1141 Page 3 of 5 Packet Pg. 430

419 J.24 AN ORDINANCE BY THE PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AMENDING CHAPTER 98, ARTICLE II, DIVISION 1, SECTION OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ADJUSTING THE FEES FOR FINGERPRINTING SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF POLICE TO THE PUBLIC, IN ORDER TO OFF-SET THE INCREASED COSTS OF PROVIDING SUCH SERVICES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (PUBLIC HEARING HELD 4/28/15) (HELD 4/28/15) WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta formed the Blue Ribbon Commission on Waste and Efficiency in Government (The Commission) in March of 2014 to identify cost-savings strategies in City Government; and WHEREAS, the Commission recommended a comprehensive review of the City s current fees to assess, adjust, and execute fees that accurately reflect the cost of service; and WHEREAS, Section of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances authorizes the department of police to charge a fee of $20.00 for each set of fingerprint cards produced and authenticated by the department; and WHEREAS, the purpose of the fee charged for fingerprinting services is not to raise revenue, but to cover the cost of the activity necessary to provide fingerprinting services; Hadley v. City of Atlanta, 232 Ga. App. 871, 874, 502 S.E. 2d 784 (1998); and WHEREAS, it is the desire of the City of Atlanta to raise the fee charged for fingerprinting services from twenty dollars ($20.00) to thirty dollars ($30.00); and WHEREAS, the Department of Finance has determined that the actual cost to the City of providing fingerprint services exceeds the $30.00 fee proposed herein. See Cost Recovery form attached hereto as Exhibit A. NOW THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, HEREBY ORDAINS, as follows: SECTION 1: That Chapter 98, Article II, Division 1, Section of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlanta, is hereby amended such that Section shall read as follows: Sec Fees for fingerprinting services. (a) The department of police is authorized to charge a fee of $20.00 $30.00 for each set of fingerprint cards produced and authenticated by the department. 15-O-1141 Page 4 of 5 Packet Pg. 431

420 J.24 (b) Fees so collected shall be accounted for by the department of police and shall be forwarded to the department of finance to be paid into the city's treasury though the medium of a miscellaneous receipt. (c) Persons requiring fingerprinting services due to their status as applicants for employment with the City of Atlanta shall not be required to pay a fee for these fingerprinting services. SECTION 2: That Appendix B: Fees, shall be revised, as necessary, to reflect the imposition of fees in accordance with Section 1 above. SECTION 3: Should it be found that any ordinance or parts of any ordinance are in conflict herewith, then those sections contained herein shall be deemed controlling. SECTION 4: The amendments in this Ordinance shall become effective immediately upon adoption. 15-O-1141 Page 5 of 5 Packet Pg. 432

421 J.24.a Packet Pg. 433 Attachment: Signed Ordinance Fingerprinting fees (15-O-1141 : Fingerprinting Fee increase)

422 J.24.a Packet Pg. 434 Attachment: Signed Ordinance Fingerprinting fees (15-O-1141 : Fingerprinting Fee increase)

423 J.24.a Packet Pg. 435 Attachment: Signed Ordinance Fingerprinting fees (15-O-1141 : Fingerprinting Fee increase)

424 J.24.a Packet Pg. 436 Attachment: Signed Ordinance Fingerprinting fees (15-O-1141 : Fingerprinting Fee increase)

425 J.24.a Packet Pg. 437 Attachment: Signed Ordinance Fingerprinting fees (15-O-1141 : Fingerprinting Fee increase)

426 J.24.b APD6 Cost Recovery Analysis Service Provided: Fingerprinting Applicant Fee Department: Finance-Office of Revenue / G. Donaldson Department Contact: K. Brown / A. Clementson Service Description: Proposed analysis to recover full cost of applicant fingerprinting Quantity (Permits issued in FY 14) 7,446 Fee Revenue Current Fee $20.00 $148, Amount needed to recover 100% of cost $30.00 $223, Excess(Deficit) ($10.00) ($74,460.00) Increased Revenue $74, Actual Cost of Service Cost % Total Direct Costs: Applicant data entry, fee processing, fee receipt $ % APD staff fingerprints applicants & system upload $ % APD staff training on fingerprinting process $ % Other Costs: Supply costs for receipts, fingerprint cards, ink, gloves & $ % form Total Direct & Other Costs $ % Attachment: Cost Recovery backup for Fingerprinting Fee (15-O-1141 : Fingerprinting Fee increase) Packet Pg. 438

427 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3636 J.25 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF THE FAILURE TO PAY FOR LOSS UNUSED ANNUAL LEAVE IN (DHR/04) # 6854 CLAIM OF: Alfred Berry Jr. 165 Princeton Trace Fayetteville, GA Referred back to PSLA Committee by Full Council 6/1/15. (Held 6/9/15 by the Committee) Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 05/19/2015 3:54 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 05/26/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/01/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/09/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 06/15/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/23/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/06/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/14/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM HISTORY: 05/26/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 06/01/15 Atlanta City Council REFERRED TO COMMITTEE RESULT: REFERRED TO COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS] AYES: Bond, Dickens, Smith, Hall, Young Jr., Winslow, Archibong, Wan, Shook, Adrean, Moore, Martin, Bottoms, Sheperd ABSENT: Mary Norwood 06/09/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS] AYES: Martin, Bottoms, Adrean, Bond, Norwood, Winslow ABSENT: Kwanza Hall 06/15/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 6/23/2015 3:00 PM 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD Page 1 of 3 Packet Pg. 439

428 J.25 RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/14/2015 3:00 PM 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment 15-R-3636 Page 2 of 3 Packet Pg. 440

429 Entered 04/6/15 J.25 CL 15L DHR/04 - C.A. Cole CLAIM OF: Alfred Berry Jr. 165 Princeton Trace Fayetteville, GA Referred back to PSLA Committee by Full Council 6/1/15. (Held 6/9/15 by the Committee) FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF THE FAILURE TO PAY FOR LOSS UNUSED ANNUAL LEAVE IN (DHR/04) # 6854 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 05/26/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 06/01/15 Atlanta City Council REFERRED TO COMMITTEE 06/09/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 06/15/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 15-R-3636 Page 3 of 3 Packet Pg. 441

430 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-O-1307 J.26 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER CLETA WINSLOW TO AMEND CHAPTER 106 (OFFENSES AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS), ARTICLE III, (OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER), SECTION (MONETARY SOLICITATION), SO AS TO ADD SPI-21 (SPECIAL PUBLIC INTEREST DISTRICT: HISTORIC WEST END/ADAIR PARK) AS A LOCATION WHERE MONETARY SOLICITATION IS PROHIBITED; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 7/14/15 AT THE REQUEST OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT FOR FURTHER REVIEW.) Workflow List: Clerk of Council Completed 07/07/2015 1:49 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/06/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/14/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending HISTORY: 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 7/14/2015 3:00 PM 07/14/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS] AYES: Martin, Bottoms, Adrean, Bond, Hall, Norwood, Winslow 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Page 1 of 8 Packet Pg. 442

431 Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk J.26 Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment 15-O-1307 Page 2 of 8 Packet Pg. 443

432 CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA SPONSOR SIGNATURES 15-O-1307 J O-1307 Page 3 of 8 Packet Pg. 444

433 J.26 AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER CLETA WINSLOW TO AMEND CHAPTER 106 (OFFENSES AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS), ARTICLE III, (OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER), SECTION (MONETARY SOLICITATION), SO AS TO ADD SPI-21 (SPECIAL PUBLIC INTEREST DISTRICT: HISTORIC WEST END/ADAIR PARK) AS A LOCATION WHERE MONETARY SOLICITATION IS PROHIBITED; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 7/14/15 AT THE REQUEST OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT FOR FURTHER REVIEW.) WHEREAS, monetary solicitation is the act of making an in-person request of another individual for an immediate distribution of money or anything of monetary value, where such act occurs on property owned or leased by the City of Atlanta (hereinafter, "Monetary Solicitation"); and WHEREAS, monetary solicitation requires that the person being solicited decide whether to contribute, and may involve a person reaching for a wallet, searching for money, writing a check, or producing a credit card; and WHEREAS, monetary solicitation in the immediate vicinity of building entrances/exits and other congested locations can slow pedestrian traffic and disrupt the ability of patrons to access the buildings; and WHEREAS, monetary solicitation can intimidate the person being solicited and lead to public safety risks when occurring in locations where an individual is stationary, including but not limited to at an automatic teller machine, at a parking lot pay box, at a parking pay station or kiosk, at a public transit platform or station, or in a stopped vehicle; and WHEREAS, monetary solicitation is speech or expression protected by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution; and WHEREAS, Federal law provides that, even in a public forum, the City of Atlanta may enforce regulations of the time, place, and manner of expression, if the regulations 1) are contentneutral, 2) are narrowly tailored to serve a significant government interest, and 3) leave open ample alternative channels of communication, see Smith v. City of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 177 F.3d 954, 956 (11th Cir. 1999); and WHEREAS, Federal law provides specifically that the City may enforce such time, place and manner regulations on Monetary Solicitation to alleviate public safety, disruption and 15-O-1307 Page 4 of 8 Packet Pg. 445

434 intimidation concerns; and J.26 WHEREAS, Historic West End/ Adair Park is nestled in Atlanta's southwestern section of the city, at the crossroads of the Atlanta Beltline, MARTA, and the Peachtree Streetcar corridor; and WHEREAS, due to the recent adoption of (adopted by Atlanta City Council on June 15, 2015) which prohibits Monetary Solicitation in the Auburn Avenue Corridor and the Midtown Theatre District, certain areas of the City have seen an increase in persons being solicited; and WHEREAS, it is the desire of the City of Atlanta to prohibit Monetary Solicitation within SPI- 21 (Special Public Interest District: Historic West End/Adair Park) in order to serve the City's interest in providing a safe and pleasant environment and alleviating disruptive and intimidating activity therein. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, HEREBY ORDAINS as follows: SECTION 1: That Chapter 106, (Offenses and Miscellaneous Provisions), Article III, (Offenses Against Public Order), Section (Monetary Solicitation) subsection (b) (Monetary Solicitation in Certain Areas) of the Code shall be amended by: (i) Adding a subsection (b)(13) that prohibits Monetary Solicitation m SPI-21 (Special Public Interest District: Historic West End/ Adair Park). Specifically, Atlanta Code of Ordinances Chapter 106 (Offenses and Miscellaneous Provisions), Article III, (Offenses Against Public Order), Section Monetary Solicitation) subsection (b) (Monetary Solicitation in Certain Areas), shall be amended to read as follows: Sec Monetary solicitation. (b) Monetary solicitation in certain areas. It shall be unlawful for any person to monetarily solicit in any of the following places: (1) Within 15 feet of the entrance to or exit from any public toilet facility, which includes any temporary use site (port-a-toilet); 15-O-1307 Page 5 of 8 Packet Pg. 446

435 J.26 (2) Within 15 feet of an automated teller machine (ATM), provided that when an ATM is located within an ATM facility, such distance shall be measured from the entrance or exit of the A TM facility; (3) Within 15 feet of any parking lot pay box, on-street parking pay station or kiosk; (4) Within 15 feet of any pay telephone, provided that when a pay telephone is located within a telephone booth or other facility, such distance shall be measured from the entrance or exit of the telephone booth or facility; (5) In any public transportation vehicle; in or on any bus, rail, subway or Atlanta Streetcar platform or station or taxi stand, including without limitation entryways, exits, queuing areas and pay stations connected therewith; within 15 feet of any bus, rail, subway or Atlanta Streetcar platform or outdoor station or taxi stand; and within 15 feet of the entrance or exit of a station located in an enclosed building; (6) Within 15 feet of the entrance or exit of a building, whether publicly or privately owned, including without limitation any residence, business, event venue or athletic facility. Nothing in this subsection (6) shall prohibit monetary solicitation within 15 feet of any other portion of a building other than its exit(s) and entrance(s); (7) Within 15 feet of or within a line for entry to any building, whether the building is publicly or privately owned, including without limitation any residence, business, event venue or athletic facility; (8) In a parking lot or garage owned or operated by the City of Atlanta, including entryways or exits and pay stations connected therewith; (9) Within 15 feet of any public property "valid vendor location" where a "vendor" is operating, as defined in the Atlanta City Code, Chapter 30, Article XXIII, Division 1, Section ; or (10) Within 15 feet of any private property "valid vendor location" where a "vending business" is in operation, as defined in the Atlanta City Code, Article XXIV, Division 1, Section O-1307 Page 6 of 8 Packet Pg. 447

436 J.26 (11) Within the Restricted Monetary Solicitation Zone, defined as the area between the boundaries of the following named streets, including both sides of each named street and each comer of intersecting named streets: Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SW from Courtland Street SE to Peachtree Street SW; Peachtree Street SW from Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SW to Alabama Street SW; Alabama Street SW from Peachtree Street SW to Forsyth Street SW; Forsyth Street SW from Alabama Street SW to Marietta Street NW; Marietta Street NW from Forsyth Street NW to Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard; Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard from Marietta Street NW to Peachtree Street NE; Peachtree Street NE from Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard to Peachtree Center Avenue NE; Peachtree Center A venue NE from Peachtree Street NE to Baker Street NE; Baker Street NE from Peachtree Center A venue NE to Piedmont A venue NE; Piedmont A venue NE from Baker Street NE to Edgewood A venue NE; Edgewood A venue NE from Piedmont Avenue NE from John Wesley Dobbs Avenue NE to Edgewood A venue SE; Edgewood A venue SE from Piedmont A venue NE to Boulevard NE; Boulevard NE from Edgewood A venue SE to Auburn A venue NE; Auburn Avenue NE from Boulevard NE to Jackson Street NE; Jackson Street NE from Auburn Avenue NE to Irwin Street NE; Irwin Street NE from Jackson Street NE to Fort Street NE; John Wesley Dobbs Avenue NE from Fort Street NE to Piedmont A venue NE Auburn Avenue NE from Boulevard NE to Jackson Street NE; Jackson Street NE from Auburn A venue NE to Irwin Street NE; Irwin Street NE from Jackson Street NE to Boulevard NE; Boulevard NE from Irwin Street NE to Auburn A venue NE. (12) Within the Midtown Theatre District Zone, defined as the area between the boundaries of the following named streets, including both sides of each named street and each comer of intersecting named streets: Spring Street NW from 3rd Street NW to Ponce de Leon Avenue NE; Ponce de Leon Avenue from Springs Street tow Peachtree Street NW; W Peachtree Street NW from Ponce de Leon Avenue NE to North Avenue NE; North Avenue NE from W Peachtree Street NW to Piedmont A venue NE; Piedmont A venue NE from North Avenue NE to 4th Street NE; 4th Street NE from Piedmont Avenue NE 15-O-1307 Page 7 of 8 Packet Pg. 448

437 to W Peachtree Street NW; W Peachtree Street NW from 4th Street NE to 3rd Street NW; 3rd Street NW from W Peachtree Street NW to Spring Street NW. J.26 (13) Within SPI-21 (Special Public Interest District: Historic West End/Adair Park), defined as the area between the boundaries of the following named streets, including both sides of each named street and each corner of intersecting named streets: THIS SECTION WILL BE UPDATED SECTION 2: This ordinance shall become effective immediately upon the signature of the Mayor or approval by operation of law. SECTION 3: All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby waived to the extent of the conflict. 15-O-1307 Page 8 of 8 Packet Pg. 449

438 J.26.a AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER CLETA WINSLOW AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 106 (OFFENSES AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS), ARTICLE III, (OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER), SECTION (MONETARY SOLICITATION), SO AS TO ADD SPI-21 (SPECIAL PUBLIC INTEREST DISTRICT: HISTORIC WEST END/ADAIR PARK) AS A LOCATION WHERE MONETARY SOLICITATION IS PROHIBITED; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, monetary solicitation is the act of making an in-person request of another individual for an immediate distribution of money or anything of monetary value, where such act occurs on property owned or leased by the City of Atlanta (hereinafter, "Monetary Solicitation"); and WHEREAS, monetary solicitation requires that the person being solicited decide whether to contribute, and may involve a person reaching for a wallet, searching for money, writing a check, or producing a credit card; and WHEREAS, monetary solicitation in the immediate vicinity of building entrances/exits and other congested locations can slow pedestrian traffic and disrupt the ability of patrons to access the buildings; and WHEREAS, monetary solicitation can intimidate the person being solicited and lead to public safety risks when occurring in locations where an individual is stationary, including but not limited to at an automatic teller machine, at a parking lot pay box, at a parking pay station or kiosk, at a public transit platform or station, or in a stopped vehicle; and WHEREAS, monetary solicitation is speech or expression protected by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution; and WHEREAS, Federal law provides that, even in a public forum, the City of Atlanta may enforce regulations of the time, place, and manner of expression, if the regulations 1) are contentneutral, 2) are narrowly tailored to serve a significant government interest, and 3) leave open ample alternative channels of communication, see Smith v. City of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 177 F.3d 954, 956 (11th Cir. 1999); and WHEREAS, Federal law provides specifically that the City may enforce such time, place and manner regulations on Monetary Solicitation to alleviate public safety, disruption and intimidation concerns; and WHEREAS, Historic West End/ Adair Park is nestled in Atlanta's southwestern section of the city, at the crossroads of the Atlanta Beltline, MARTA, and the Peachtree Streetcar corridor; and Attachment: 23 OFFENSES AGANIST PUBLIC ORDER (15-O-1307 : OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER) WHEREAS, due to the recent adoption of (adopted by Atlanta City Council on June 15, 2015) which prohibits Monetary Solicitation in the Auburn Avenue Corridor and the Midtown Theatre District, certain areas of the City have seen an increase in persons being solicited; and Packet Pg. 450

439 J.26.a WHEREAS, it is the desire of the City of Atlanta to prohibit Monetary Solicitation within SPI- 21 (Special Public Interest District: Historic West End/Adair Park) in order to serve the City's interest in providing a safe and pleasant environment and alleviating disruptive and intimidating activity therein. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, HEREBY ORDAINS as follows: SECTION 1: That Chapter 106, (Offenses and Miscellaneous Provisions), Article III, (Offenses Against Public Order), Section (Monetary Solicitation) subsection (b) (Monetary Solicitation in Certain Areas) of the Code shall be amended by: (i) Adding a subsection (b)(13) that prohibits Monetary Solicitation m SPI-21 (Special Public Interest District: Historic West End/ Adair Park). Specifically, Atlanta Code of Ordinances Chapter 106 (Offenses and Miscellaneous Provisions), Article III, (Offenses Against Public Order), Section Monetary Solicitation) subsection (b) (Monetary Solicitation in Certain Areas), shall be amended to read as follows: Sec Monetary solicitation. (b) Monetary solicitation in certain areas. It shall be unlawful for any person to monetarily solicit in any of the following places: (1) Within 15 feet of the entrance to or exit from any public toilet facility, which includes any temporary use site (port-a-toilet); (2) Within 15 feet of an automated teller machine (ATM), provided that when an ATM is located within an ATM facility, such distance shall be measured from the entrance or exit of the A TM facility; (3) Within 15 feet of any parking lot pay box, on-street parking pay station or kiosk; (4) Within 15 feet of any pay telephone, provided that when a pay telephone is located within a telephone booth or other facility, such distance shall be measured from the entrance or exit of the telephone booth or facility; (5) In any public transportation vehicle; in or on any bus, rail, subway or Atlanta Streetcar platform or station or taxi stand, including without limitation entryways, exits, queuing areas and pay stations connected therewith; within 15 feet of any bus, rail, subway or Atlanta Streetcar platform or outdoor station or taxi stand; and within 15 feet of the entrance or exit of a station located in an enclosed building; Attachment: 23 OFFENSES AGANIST PUBLIC ORDER (15-O-1307 : OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER) (6) Within 15 feet of the entrance or exit of a building, whether publicly or privately owned, including without limitation any residence, business, event venue or athletic facility. Nothing in this subsection (6) shall prohibit monetary solicitation within 15 feet of any other portion of a building other than its exit(s) and entrance(s); Packet Pg. 451

440 J.26.a (7) Within 15 feet of or within a line for entry to any building, whether the building is publicly or privately owned, including without limitation any residence, business, event venue or athletic facility; (8) In a parking lot or garage owned or operated by the City of Atlanta, including entryways or exits and pay stations connected therewith; (9) Within 15 feet of any public property "valid vendor location" where a "vendor" is operating, as defined in the Atlanta City Code, Chapter 30, Article XXIII, Division 1, Section ; or (10) Within 15 feet of any private property "valid vendor location" where a "vending business" is in operation, as defined in the Atlanta City Code, Article XXIV, Division 1, Section (11) Within the Restricted Monetary Solicitation Zone, defined as the area between the boundaries of the following named streets, including both sides of each named street and each comer of intersecting named streets: Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SW from Courtland Street SE to Peachtree Street SW; Peachtree Street SW from Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SW to Alabama Street SW; Alabama Street SW from Peachtree Street SW to Forsyth Street SW; Forsyth Street SW from Alabama Street SW to Marietta Street NW; Marietta Street NW from Forsyth Street NW to Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard; Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard from Marietta Street NW to Peachtree Street NE; Peachtree Street NE from Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard to Peachtree Center Avenue NE; Peachtree Center A venue NE from Peachtree Street NE to Baker Street NE; Baker Street NE from Peachtree Center A venue NE to Piedmont A venue NE; Piedmont A venue NE from Baker Street NE to Edgewood A venue NE; Edgewood A venue NE from Piedmont A venue NE to Courtland Street SE; Courtland Street SE from Edgewood Avenue NE to Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SW; and Piedmont Avenue NE from John Wesley Dobbs Avenue NE to Edgewood A venue SE; Edgewood A venue SE from Piedmont A venue NE to Boulevard NE; Boulevard NE from Edgewood A venue SE to Auburn A venue NE; Auburn Avenue NE from Boulevard NE to Jackson Street NE; Jackson Street NE from Auburn Avenue NE to Irwin Street NE; Irwin Street NE from Jackson Street NE to Fort Street NE; John Wesley Dobbs Avenue NE from Fort Street NE to Piedmont A venue NE Auburn Avenue NE from Boulevard NE to Jackson Street NE; Jackson Street NE from Auburn A venue NE to Irwin Street NE; Irwin Street NE from Jackson Street NE to Boulevard NE; Boulevard NE from Irwin Street NE to Auburn A venue NE. (12) Within the Midtown Theatre District Zone, defined as the area between the boundaries of the following named streets, including both sides of each named street and each comer of intersecting named streets: Attachment: 23 OFFENSES AGANIST PUBLIC ORDER (15-O-1307 : OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER) Spring Street NW from 3rd Street NW to Ponce de Leon Avenue NE; Ponce de Leon Avenue from Springs Street tow Peachtree Street NW; W Peachtree Street Packet Pg. 452

441 J.26.a NW from Ponce de Leon Avenue NE to North Avenue NE; North Avenue NE from W Peachtree Street NW to Piedmont A venue NE; Piedmont A venue NE from North Avenue NE to 4th Street NE; 4th Street NE from Piedmont Avenue NE to W Peachtree Street NW; W Peachtree Street NW from 4th Street NE to 3rd Street NW; 3rd Street NW from W Peachtree Street NW to Spring Street NW. (13) Within SPI-21 (Special Public Interest District: Historic West End/Adair Park), defined as the area between the boundaries of the following named streets, including both sides of each named street and each corner of intersecting named streets: THIS SECTION WILL BE UPDATED SECTION 2: This ordinance shall become effective immediately upon the signature of the Mayor or approval by operation of law. SECTION 3: All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby waived to the extent of the conflict. Attachment: 23 OFFENSES AGANIST PUBLIC ORDER (15-O-1307 : OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER) Packet Pg. 453

442 First Reading FINAL COUNCIL ACTION Committee r 2nd 1 st& 2nd 3rd Date Readings Chair (Do Not Write Above This Line) Referred To I Consent VVote r RCVote AN ORDINANCE BY Committee Committee COUNCILMEMBER CLETA CERTIFIED Date Date WINSLOW AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND Chair Chair CHAPTER 106 (OFFENSES AND Action Action MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS), Fav, Adv, Hold (see rev. side) Fav, Adv, Hold (see rev. side) Other Other ARTICLE III, (OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER), SECTION (MONETARY SOLICITATION), SO AS Members Members TO ADD SPI-21 (SPECIAL PUBLIC INTEREST DISTRICT: HISTORIC WEST END/ADAIR PARK) AS A LOCATION WHERE MONETARY SOLICITATION IS PROIDBITED; Refer To Refer To AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. r CONSENT REFER Committee Committee r REGULAR REPORT REFER r ADVERTISE & REFER Date Date 1ST ADOPT 2ND READ & REFER Chair Chair PERSONAL PAPER REFER Action Action Fav, Adv, Hold (see rev. side) Fav, Adv, Hold (see rev. side) Other Other Date Referred Referred To: Date Referred Referred To: Date Referred: Referred To: Members Refer To Members Refer To MAYOR'S ACTION J.26.a Attachment: 23 OFFENSES AGANIST PUBLIC ORDER (15-O-1307 : OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER) Packet Pg. 454

443 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3895 J.27 FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A CITY EMPLOYEE DAMAGING A RETAINING WALL ON JANUARY 5, 2015 AT 1157 BOOKER AVENUE SW. (DPW/12) #7291 CLAIM OF: Mary Render 1157 Booker Avenue SW Atlanta, Georgia (Held 7/28/15 by the Committee.) Workflow List: Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 07/22/ :48 AM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM HISTORY: 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS] AYES: Martin, Adrean, Hall, Norwood, Winslow ABSENT: Keisha Lance Bottoms, Michael Julian Bond 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 2 Packet Pg. 455

444 Entered 03/12/15 J.27 15L DPW/12 - Baker Blanding CLAIM OF: Mary Render 1157 Booker Avenue SW Atlanta, Georgia (Held 7/28/15 by the Committee.) FOR DAMAGE ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED AS A RESULT OF A CITY EMPLOYEE DAMAGING A RETAINING WALL ON JANUARY 5, 2015 AT 1157 BOOKER AVENUE SW. (DPW/12) #7291 THIS ADVERSED REPORT IS APPROVED 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD 15-R-3895 Page 2 of 2 Packet Pg. 456

445 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3794 J.28 A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE AN APPROPRIATE SPECIAL PROCUREMENT AGREEMENT, PURSUANT TO OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES BY THE DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT AS FC-8342, FOR PURCHASE NOT TO EXCEED ONE THOUSAND, TWO HUNDRED FIFTY (1250) POLICE WORN BODY CAMERAS AND VIDEO STORAGE FROM TASER INTERNATIONAL, ON BEHALF OF THE ATLANTA POLICE DEPARTMENT ( DEPARTMENT ), IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED ONE MILLION, THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,300,000), WITH THE PURCHASE OF 1100 POLICE BODY CAMERAS AND VIDEO STORAGE NOT TO EXCEED ONE MILLION, ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,100,000) WITH COSTS CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM: 7701-TRUST FUND, APD CHIEF OF POLICE, EQUIPMENT ($1,000-4,999), CHIEF EXECUTIVE, FEDERAL-RICO, FUNDING SOURCE NON CAPITAL TRUST; WITH 150 ATLANTA AIRPORT POLICE BODY CAMERAS AND VIDEO STORAGE NOT TO EXCEED TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($200,000) WITH COST CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM: 5501 AIRPORT REVENUE FUND, APD AIRPORT UNIT, CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL SERV, PROFESSIONAL PATROL; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (Held 7/28/15 by the Committee for further discussion and additional information.) Workflow List: George Turner Completed 06/23/2015 2:15 PM Mayor's Office Completed 06/23/2015 2:36 PM Office of Research and Policy Analysis Completed 06/23/2015 3:19 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 06/23/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending HISTORY: 06/23/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee FAVORABLE RESULT: FAVORABLE [3 TO 0] AYES: Clarence "C. T." Martin, Keisha Lance Bottoms, Kwanza Hall ABSTAIN: Yolanda Adrean, Michael Julian Bond, Mary Norwood ABSENT: Cleta Winslow 07/06/15 Atlanta City Council TABLED Next: 07/20/15 Page 1 of 4 Packet Pg. 457

446 J.28 RESULT: TABLED [11 TO 2] Next: 7/20/2015 1:00 PM AYES: Bond, Dickens, Smith, Hall, Young Jr., Winslow, Wan, Shook, Moore, Martin, Bottoms NAYS: Mary Norwood, Yolanda Adrean EXCUSED: Natalyn Mosby Archibong AWAY: Joyce Sheperd 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council REFERRED TO COMMITTEE RESULT: REFERRED TO COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS] Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM AYES: Bond, Norwood, Dickens, Smith, Hall, Young Jr., Archibong, Wan, Shook, Moore, Martin, Sheperd ABSENT: Cleta Winslow, Yolanda Adrean, Keisha Lance Bottoms 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS] AYES: Martin, Adrean, Hall, Norwood, Winslow ABSENT: Keisha Lance Bottoms, Michael Julian Bond 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment 15-R-3794 Page 2 of 4 Packet Pg. 458

447 J.28 A RESOLUTION BY PUBLIC SAFETY AND LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE AN APPROPRIATE SPECIAL PROCUREMENT AGREEMENT, PURSUANT TO OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES BY THE DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT AS FC-8342, FOR PURCHASE NOT TO EXCEED ONE THOUSAND, TWO HUNDRED FIFTY (1250) POLICE WORN BODY CAMERAS AND VIDEO STORAGE FROM TASER INTERNATIONAL, ON BEHALF OF THE ATLANTA POLICE DEPARTMENT ( DEPARTMENT ), IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED ONE MILLION, THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,300,000), WITH THE PURCHASE OF 1100 POLICE BODY CAMERAS AND VIDEO STORAGE NOT TO EXCEED ONE MILLION, ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,100,000) WITH COSTS CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM: 7701-TRUST FUND, APD CHIEF OF POLICE, EQUIPMENT ($1,000-4,999), CHIEF EXECUTIVE, FEDERAL-RICO, FUNDING SOURCE NON CAPITAL TRUST; WITH 150 ATLANTA AIRPORT POLICE BODY CAMERAS AND VIDEO STORAGE NOT TO EXCEED TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($200,000) WITH COST CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM: 5501 AIRPORT REVENUE FUND, APD AIRPORT UNIT, CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL SERV, PROFESSIONAL PATROL; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (HELD 7/28/15 BY THE COMMITTEE FOR FURTHER DISCUSSION AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.) WHEREAS, Body-worn cameras continue to gain momentum as the public demands greater transparency from their law enforcement agencies; and WHEREAS, the Chief of Police has determined that the department will better serve the citizens of Atlanta by equipping officers with body worn cameras and WHEREAS, the Chief Procurement Officer has determined that the purchase from Taser International of public record information services is a Special Procurement as defined in Atlanta City Code Section and under these circumstances an appropriate special procurement for these services; and WHEREAS, the Chief of Police, and the Chief Procurement Officer, recommend the execution of Special Procurement FC-8342 with, for police worn body cameras and video storage, on behalf of the Atlanta Police Department, in an amount not to exceed one million, three hundred thousand dollars ($1,300,000) per year; and WHEREAS, FC-8342 shall have an initial term of one (1) year, beginning when the agreement is fully executed and two (2), one (1) year renewal options at the sole discretion of the City of Atlanta. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, that the Mayor, or his designee, is authorized to execute Special Procurement FC-8342 with Taser International, pursuant to Atlanta City Code Section , for public record 15-R-3794 Page 3 of 4 Packet Pg. 459

448 information services, on behalf of the Atlanta Police Department, in an amount not to exceed three million, three hundred thousand dollars ($1,300,000) per year, with all costs charged to and paid from 7701-TRUST FUND, APD CHIEF OF POLICE, EQUIPMENT ($1,000-4,999), CHIEF EXECUTIVE, FEDERAL-RICO, FUNDING SOURCE NON CAPITAL TRUST; WITH 150 ATLANTA AIRPORT POLICE BODY CAMERAS AND VIDEO STORAGE COST CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM: 5501 AIRPORT REVENUE FUND, APD AIRPORT UNIT, CONSULTING/PROFESSIONAL SERV, PROFESSIONAL PATROL. J.28 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that FC-8342 shall have an initial term one (1) years, beginning when the agreement is fully executed and two (2), one (1) year renewal options at the sole discretion of the City of Atlanta. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Attorney is directed to prepare an appropriate agreement for execution by the Mayor, or his designee, with the same to be approved as to form by the City Attorney. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that the agreement will not become binding upon the City and the City shall incur no obligation or liability under it, until it has been executed by the Mayor or his designee, attested to by the Municipal Clerk, approved by the City Attorney as to form, and delivered to Taser International. 15-R-3794 Page 4 of 4 Packet Pg. 460

449 J.28.a Packet Pg. 461 Attachment: Signed Body Camera Resolution (15-R-3794 : Police Body Worn Cameras)

450 J.28.a Packet Pg. 462 Attachment: Signed Body Camera Resolution (15-R-3794 : Police Body Worn Cameras)

451 J.28.a Packet Pg. 463 Attachment: Signed Body Camera Resolution (15-R-3794 : Police Body Worn Cameras)

452 J.28.a Packet Pg. 464 Attachment: Signed Body Camera Resolution (15-R-3794 : Police Body Worn Cameras)

453 J.28.a Packet Pg. 465 Attachment: Signed Body Camera Resolution (15-R-3794 : Police Body Worn Cameras)

454 J.28.b Attachment: E-verify form (15-R-3794 : Police Body Worn Cameras) Packet Pg. 466

455 J.28.c TASER International Protect Truth N 85th St. Scottsdale, Arizona United States Phone: (800) Fax: Diane Badger (404) Bill To: Atlanta Police Dept. /Diane Badger 226 Peachtree Street Atlanta, GA US Ship To: Diane Badger Atlanta Police Dept. /Diane Badger 226 Peachtree Street Atlatna, GA US Quotation Quote: Q Date: 5/17/2015 9:55 PM Quote Expiration: 6/30/2015 Contract Start Date*: 7/1/2015 Contract Term: 3 years SALESPERSON PHONE DELIVERY METHOD PAYMENT METHOD Jonathan Wrenn (910) Fedex - Ground Net 30 *Note this will vary based on the shipment date of the product. Due Net Axon FLEX/Atlanta PD QTY PART # DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE Total Before Discount DISC ($) NET TOTAL 1, CAMERA SYSTEM, AXON FLEX USD 613, USD 613, USD , MULTI-MOUNTING OPTION KIT, FLEX USD 204, USD 102, USD 102, , CONTROLLER, HOLSTER, BELT CLIPS, FLEX USD 0.00 USD 0.00 USD EVIDENCE.COM DOCK, AXON SIX BAY USD 209, USD 140, USD 69, , TASER ASSURANCE PLAN ETM/ EVIDENCE.COM DOCK ANNUAL PAYMENT WALL MOUNT BRACKET, ASSY, EVIDENCE.COM DOCK 1, EVIDENCE.COM UNLIMITED LICENSE YEAR 1 PAYMENT 20,850 Included Storage USD 36, USD 36, USD USD 4, USD 0.00 USD 4, USD 971, USD 128, USD 843, EVIDENCE.COM INCLUDED STORAGE USD 0.00 USD 0.00 USD PROFESSIONAL EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 1 PAYMENT USD 4, USD 0.00 USD 4, Attachment: Atlanta Police Dept. - GA -1025FLEX3yrUNLIM(APD) (15-R-3794 : Police Body Worn Cameras) STANDARD EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 1 PAYMENT USD 6, USD 0.00 USD 6, Spare Flex CAMERA SYSTEM, AXON FLEX USD 0.00 USD 0.00 USD 0.00 Page 1 of 3 Packet Pg. 467

456 J.28.c QTY PART # DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE Total Before Discount DISC ($) NET TOTAL PREMIUM PLUS SERVICE USD 15, USD 15, USD 0.00 Due Net 30 Total Before Discounts: USD 2,067, Due Net 30 Net Amount Due: USD 1,030, Due in 2016 QTY PART # DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE 1, EVIDENCE.COM UNLIMITED LICENSE YEAR 2 PAYMENT 20,850 Included Storage Total Before Discount DISC ($) NET TOTAL USD 971, USD 128, USD 843, EVIDENCE.COM INCLUDED STORAGE USD 0.00 USD 0.00 USD PROFESSIONAL EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 2 PAYMENT STANDARD EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 2 PAYMENT 1, TASER ASSURANCE PLAN ETM/ EVIDENCE.COM DOCK ANNUAL PAYMENT Due in 2017 QTY PART # DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE 1, EVIDENCE.COM UNLIMITED LICENSE YEAR 3 PAYMENT 20,850 Included Storage USD 4, USD 0.00 USD 4, USD 6, USD 0.00 USD 6, USD 36, USD 36, USD 0.00 Due in 2016 Total Before Discounts: USD 1,019, Due in 2016 Net Amount Due: USD 854, Total Before Discount DISC ($) NET TOTAL USD 971, USD 128, USD 843, EVIDENCE.COM INCLUDED STORAGE USD 0.00 USD 0.00 USD PROFESSIONAL EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 3 PAYMENT STANDARD EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 3 PAYMENT 1, TASER ASSURANCE PLAN ETM/ EVIDENCE.COM DOCK ANNUAL PAYMENT USD 4, USD 0.00 USD 4, USD 6, USD 0.00 USD 6, USD 36, USD 36, USD 0.00 Due in 2017 Total Before Discounts: USD 1,019, Due in 2017 Net Amount Due: USD 854, Subtotal USD 2,739, Estimated Shipping & Handling Cost USD 1, Grand Total USD 2,741, Attachment: Atlanta Police Dept. - GA -1025FLEX3yrUNLIM(APD) (15-R-3794 : Police Body Worn Cameras) Page 2 of 3 Packet Pg. 468

457 J.28.c Complimentary Evidence.com Tier Upgrade Through 9/30/2015 This quote contains a purchase of either the Basic or Standard Evidence.com license. You will temporarily receive the features available with the Professional license for the Basic and Standard licenses purchased until September 30, This is a free upgrade to your account so you can enjoy all the benefits of our most feature rich license tier. In October 2015 you will be prompted to select which users you would like to assign to each tier. This will have no impact on uploaded data. TASER International, Inc. s Sales Terms and Conditions for Direct Sales to End User Purchasers By signing this Quote, you are entering into a contract and you certify that you have read and agree to the provisions set forth in this Quote and TASER s current Sales Terms and Conditions for Direct Sales to End User Purchasers or, in the alternative, TASER s current Sales Terms and Conditions for Direct Sales to End User Purchasers for Sales with Financing if your purchase involves financing with TASER. If your purchase includes the TASER Assurance Plan (TAP), then you are also agreeing to TASER s current Sales Terms and Conditions for the AXON Flex and AXON Body Cameras TASER Assurance Plan (U.S. Only) and/or Sales Terms and Conditions for the X2/X26P and TASER CAM HD Recorder TASER Assurance Plan (U.S. Only), as applicable to your product purchase. All of the sales terms and conditions, as well as, the TAP terms and conditions are posted at If your purchase includes AXON hardware and/or EVIDENCE.com services you are also agreeing to the terms in the EVIDENCE.com Master Service Agreement posted at https://www.taser.com/serviceagreement14. If your purchase includes Professional Services, you are also agreeing to the terms in the Professional Service Agreement posted at https://www.taser.com/professional-services-agreement. If your purchase includes Integration Services, you are also agreeing to the terms in the SOW posted at https://www.taser.com/integrationstatementofwork14. You represent that you are lawfully able to enter into contracts and if you are entering into this agreement for an entity, such as the company, municipality, or government agency you work for, you represent to TASER that you have legal authority to bind that entity. If you do not have this authority, do not sign this Quote. Signature: Name (Print): PO# (if needed): /s1/ /n1/ /p1/ Date: Title: /d1/ Please sign and to Jonathan Wrenn at or fax to THANK YOU FOR YOUR BUSINESS! Protect Life and are trademarks of TASER International, Inc., and TASER is a registered trademark of TASER International, Inc., registered in the U.S TASER International, Inc. All rights reserved. /t1/ Attachment: Atlanta Police Dept. - GA -1025FLEX3yrUNLIM(APD) (15-R-3794 : Police Body Worn Cameras) Page 3 of 3 Packet Pg. 469

458 J.28.d TASER International Protect Truth N 85th St. Scottsdale, Arizona United States Phone: (800) Fax: Diane Badger (404) Bill To: Atlanta Police Dept. /Diane Badger 226 Peachtree Street Atlanta, GA US Ship To: Diane Badger Atlanta Police Dept. /Diane Badger 226 Peachtree Street Atlatna, GA US Quotation Quote: Q Date: 5/15/2015 6:48 PM Quote Expiration: 6/30/2015 Contract Start Date*: 7/1/2015 Contract Term: 3 years SALESPERSON PHONE DELIVERY METHOD PAYMENT METHOD Jonathan Wrenn (910) Fedex - Ground Net 30 *Note this will vary based on the shipment date of the product. Due Net Axon FLEX/Atlanta Airport PD QTY PART # DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE Total Before Discount DISC ($) NET TOTAL CAMERA SYSTEM, AXON FLEX USD 89, USD 89, USD MULTI-MOUNTING OPTION KIT, FLEX USD 29, USD 14, USD 14, CONTROLLER, HOLSTER, BELT CLIPS, FLEX USD 0.00 USD 0.00 USD EVIDENCE.COM DOCK, AXON SIX BAY USD 37, USD 25, USD 12, TASER ASSURANCE PLAN ETM/ EVIDENCE.COM DOCK ANNUAL PAYMENT WALL MOUNT BRACKET, ASSY, EVIDENCE.COM DOCK EVIDENCE.COM UNLIMITED LICENSE YEAR 1 PAYMENT 3,125 Included Storage USD 5, USD 5, USD USD USD 0.00 USD USD 142, USD 18, USD 123, EVIDENCE.COM INCLUDED STORAGE USD 0.00 USD 0.00 USD PROFESSIONAL EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 1 PAYMENT USD 2, USD 0.00 USD 2, Attachment: Atlanta Police Dept. - GA -150FLEX3yrUNLIM(Airport) (15-R-3794 : Police Body Worn Cameras) STANDARD EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 1 PAYMENT USD 1, USD 0.00 USD 1, Spare Flex CAMERA SYSTEM, AXON FLEX USD 0.00 USD 0.00 USD 0.00 Page 1 of 3 Packet Pg. 470

459 J.28.d QTY PART # DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE Total Before Discount DISC ($) NET TOTAL PREMIUM PLUS SERVICE USD 15, USD 15, USD 0.00 Due Net 30 Total Before Discounts: USD 324, Due Net 30 Net Amount Due: USD 155, Due in 2016 QTY PART # DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE EVIDENCE.COM UNLIMITED LICENSE YEAR 2 PAYMENT 3,125 Included Storage Total Before Discount DISC ($) NET TOTAL USD 142, USD 18, USD 123, EVIDENCE.COM INCLUDED STORAGE USD 0.00 USD 0.00 USD PROFESSIONAL EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 2 PAYMENT STANDARD EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 2 PAYMENT TASER ASSURANCE PLAN ETM/ EVIDENCE.COM DOCK ANNUAL PAYMENT Due in 2017 QTY PART # DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE EVIDENCE.COM UNLIMITED LICENSE YEAR 3 PAYMENT 3,125 Included Storage USD 2, USD 0.00 USD 2, USD 1, USD 0.00 USD 1, USD 5, USD 5, USD 0.00 Due in 2016 Total Before Discounts: USD 151, Due in 2016 Net Amount Due: USD 127, Total Before Discount DISC ($) NET TOTAL USD 142, USD 18, USD 123, EVIDENCE.COM INCLUDED STORAGE USD 0.00 USD 0.00 USD PROFESSIONAL EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 3 PAYMENT STANDARD EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 3 PAYMENT TASER ASSURANCE PLAN ETM/ EVIDENCE.COM DOCK ANNUAL PAYMENT USD 2, USD 0.00 USD 2, USD 1, USD 0.00 USD 1, USD 5, USD 5, USD 0.00 Due in 2017 Total Before Discounts: USD 151, Due in 2017 Net Amount Due: USD 127, Subtotal USD 410, Estimated Shipping & Handling Cost USD Grand Total USD 410, Attachment: Atlanta Police Dept. - GA -150FLEX3yrUNLIM(Airport) (15-R-3794 : Police Body Worn Cameras) Page 2 of 3 Packet Pg. 471

460 J.28.d Complimentary Evidence.com Tier Upgrade Through 9/30/2015 This quote contains a purchase of either the Basic or Standard Evidence.com license. You will temporarily receive the features available with the Professional license for the Basic and Standard licenses purchased until September 30, This is a free upgrade to your account so you can enjoy all the benefits of our most feature rich license tier. In October 2015 you will be prompted to select which users you would like to assign to each tier. This will have no impact on uploaded data. TASER International, Inc. s Sales Terms and Conditions for Direct Sales to End User Purchasers By signing this Quote, you are entering into a contract and you certify that you have read and agree to the provisions set forth in this Quote and TASER s current Sales Terms and Conditions for Direct Sales to End User Purchasers or, in the alternative, TASER s current Sales Terms and Conditions for Direct Sales to End User Purchasers for Sales with Financing if your purchase involves financing with TASER. If your purchase includes the TASER Assurance Plan (TAP), then you are also agreeing to TASER s current Sales Terms and Conditions for the AXON Flex and AXON Body Cameras TASER Assurance Plan (U.S. Only) and/or Sales Terms and Conditions for the X2/X26P and TASER CAM HD Recorder TASER Assurance Plan (U.S. Only), as applicable to your product purchase. All of the sales terms and conditions, as well as, the TAP terms and conditions are posted at If your purchase includes AXON hardware and/or EVIDENCE.com services you are also agreeing to the terms in the EVIDENCE.com Master Service Agreement posted at https://www.taser.com/serviceagreement14. If your purchase includes Professional Services, you are also agreeing to the terms in the Professional Service Agreement posted at https://www.taser.com/professional-services-agreement. If your purchase includes Integration Services, you are also agreeing to the terms in the SOW posted at https://www.taser.com/integrationstatementofwork14. You represent that you are lawfully able to enter into contracts and if you are entering into this agreement for an entity, such as the company, municipality, or government agency you work for, you represent to TASER that you have legal authority to bind that entity. If you do not have this authority, do not sign this Quote. Signature: Name (Print): PO# (if needed): /s1/ /n1/ /p1/ Date: Title: /d1/ Please sign and to Jonathan Wrenn at or fax to THANK YOU FOR YOUR BUSINESS! Protect Life and are trademarks of TASER International, Inc., and TASER is a registered trademark of TASER International, Inc., registered in the U.S TASER International, Inc. All rights reserved. /t1/ Attachment: Atlanta Police Dept. - GA -150FLEX3yrUNLIM(Airport) (15-R-3794 : Police Body Worn Cameras) Page 3 of 3 Packet Pg. 472

461 J.28.e TASER International Protect Truth N 85th St. Scottsdale, Arizona United States Phone: (800) Fax: Diane Badger (404) Bill To: Atlanta Police Dept. /Diane Badger 226 Peachtree Street Atlanta, GA US Ship To: Diane Badger Atlanta Police Dept. /Diane Badger 226 Peachtree Street Atlatna, GA US Quotation Quote: Q Date: 5/17/2015 7:25 PM Quote Expiration: 6/30/2015 Contract Start Date*: 7/1/2015 Contract Term: 3 years SALESPERSON PHONE DELIVERY METHOD PAYMENT METHOD Jonathan Wrenn (910) Fedex - Ground Net 30 *Note this will vary based on the shipment date of the product. Due Net Axon FLEX/Atlanta Schools PD QTY PART # DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE Total Before Discount DISC ($) NET TOTAL CAMERA SYSTEM, AXON FLEX USD 44, USD 44, USD MULTI-MOUNTING OPTION KIT, FLEX USD 14, USD 7, USD 7, CONTROLLER, HOLSTER, BELT CLIPS, FLEX EVIDENCE.COM DOCK, AXON SINGLE BAY TASER ASSURANCE PLAN ETM/ EVIDENCE.COM DOCK ANNUAL PAYMENT EVIDENCE.COM UNLIMITED LICENSE YEAR 1 PAYMENT 1,550 Included Storage USD 0.00 USD 0.00 USD USD 18, USD 12, USD 6, USD 2, USD 2, USD USD 71, USD 9, USD 61, EVIDENCE.COM INCLUDED STORAGE USD 0.00 USD 0.00 USD PROFESSIONAL EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 1 PAYMENT STANDARD EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 1 PAYMENT USD USD 0.00 USD USD USD 0.00 USD Attachment: Atlanta Police Dept. - GA -75FLEX3yrUNLIM(Schools) (15-R-3794 : Police Body Worn Cameras) 2 Spare Flex CAMERA SYSTEM, AXON FLEX USD 0.00 USD 0.00 USD PREMIUM PLUS SERVICE USD 15, USD 15, USD 0.00 Due Net 30 Total Before Discounts: USD 168, Page 1 of 3 Due Net 30 Net Amount Due: USD 76, Packet Pg. 473

462 J.28.e Due in 2016 QTY PART # DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE Total Before Discount DISC ($) NET TOTAL EVIDENCE.COM UNLIMITED LICENSE YEAR 2 PAYMENT USD 71, USD 9, USD 61, ,550 Included Storage EVIDENCE.COM INCLUDED STORAGE USD 0.00 USD 0.00 USD PROFESSIONAL EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 2 PAYMENT STANDARD EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 2 PAYMENT TASER ASSURANCE PLAN ETM/ EVIDENCE.COM DOCK ANNUAL PAYMENT Due in 2017 QTY PART # DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE EVIDENCE.COM UNLIMITED LICENSE YEAR 3 PAYMENT 1,550 Included Storage USD USD 0.00 USD USD USD 0.00 USD USD 2, USD 2, USD 0.00 Due in 2016 Total Before Discounts: USD 75, Due in 2016 Net Amount Due: USD 63, Total Before Discount DISC ($) NET TOTAL USD 71, USD 9, USD 61, EVIDENCE.COM INCLUDED STORAGE USD 0.00 USD 0.00 USD PROFESSIONAL EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 3 PAYMENT STANDARD EVIDENCE.COM LICENSE: YEAR 3 PAYMENT TASER ASSURANCE PLAN ETM/ EVIDENCE.COM DOCK ANNUAL PAYMENT USD USD 0.00 USD USD USD 0.00 USD USD 2, USD 2, USD 0.00 Due in 2017 Total Before Discounts: USD 75, Due in 2017 Net Amount Due: USD 63, Subtotal USD 203, Estimated Shipping & Handling Cost USD Grand Total USD 203, Attachment: Atlanta Police Dept. - GA -75FLEX3yrUNLIM(Schools) (15-R-3794 : Police Body Worn Cameras) Page 2 of 3 Packet Pg. 474

463 J.28.e Complimentary Evidence.com Tier Upgrade Through 9/30/2015 This quote contains a purchase of either the Basic or Standard Evidence.com license. You will temporarily receive the features available with the Professional license for the Basic and Standard licenses purchased until September 30, This is a free upgrade to your account so you can enjoy all the benefits of our most feature rich license tier. In October 2015 you will be prompted to select which users you would like to assign to each tier. This will have no impact on uploaded data. TASER International, Inc. s Sales Terms and Conditions for Direct Sales to End User Purchasers By signing this Quote, you are entering into a contract and you certify that you have read and agree to the provisions set forth in this Quote and TASER s current Sales Terms and Conditions for Direct Sales to End User Purchasers or, in the alternative, TASER s current Sales Terms and Conditions for Direct Sales to End User Purchasers for Sales with Financing if your purchase involves financing with TASER. If your purchase includes the TASER Assurance Plan (TAP), then you are also agreeing to TASER s current Sales Terms and Conditions for the AXON Flex and AXON Body Cameras TASER Assurance Plan (U.S. Only) and/or Sales Terms and Conditions for the X2/X26P and TASER CAM HD Recorder TASER Assurance Plan (U.S. Only), as applicable to your product purchase. All of the sales terms and conditions, as well as, the TAP terms and conditions are posted at If your purchase includes AXON hardware and/or EVIDENCE.com services you are also agreeing to the terms in the EVIDENCE.com Master Service Agreement posted at https://www.taser.com/serviceagreement14. If your purchase includes Professional Services, you are also agreeing to the terms in the Professional Service Agreement posted at https://www.taser.com/professional-services-agreement. If your purchase includes Integration Services, you are also agreeing to the terms in the SOW posted at https://www.taser.com/integrationstatementofwork14. You represent that you are lawfully able to enter into contracts and if you are entering into this agreement for an entity, such as the company, municipality, or government agency you work for, you represent to TASER that you have legal authority to bind that entity. If you do not have this authority, do not sign this Quote. Signature: Name (Print): PO# (if needed): /s1/ /n1/ /p1/ Date: Title: /d1/ Please sign and to Jonathan Wrenn at or fax to THANK YOU FOR YOUR BUSINESS! Protect Life and are trademarks of TASER International, Inc., and TASER is a registered trademark of TASER International, Inc., registered in the U.S TASER International, Inc. All rights reserved. /t1/ Attachment: Atlanta Police Dept. - GA -75FLEX3yrUNLIM(Schools) (15-R-3794 : Police Body Worn Cameras) Page 3 of 3 Packet Pg. 475

464 LEGISLATION HISTORY BLUE BACK CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 15-R-3878 J.29 A RESOLUTION BY COUNCILMEMBERS FELICIA A. MOORE, MICHAEL JULIAN BOND AND ANDRE DICKENS EXPRESSING THE PREFERENCE OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT, IN COORDINATION WITH THE ATLANTA POLICE DEPARTMENT, TO DRAFT A SOLICITATION FOR THE PURCHASE OF BODY WORN CAMERAS; TO REQUEST A REPORT TO BE ISSUED TO THE PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.(HELD 7/28/15 BY THE COMMITTEE FOR FURTHER DISCUSSION AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.) Workflow List: Clerk of Council Completed 07/21/ :03 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 07/20/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Completed 07/28/2015 3:00 PM Atlanta City Council Completed 08/17/2015 1:00 PM Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee Pending 08/25/2015 3:00 PM Mayor's Office Pending HISTORY: 07/20/15 Atlanta City Council REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION RESULT: REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION Next: 7/28/2015 3:00 PM 07/28/15 Public Safety & Legal Administration CommitteeHELD IN COMMITTEE RESULT: HELD IN COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS] AYES: Martin, Adrean, Hall, Norwood, Winslow ABSENT: Keisha Lance Bottoms, Michael Julian Bond 08/17/15 Atlanta City Council RETURNED AS HELD RESULT: RETURNED AS HELD Next: 8/25/2015 3:00 PM Certified by Presiding Officer Certified by Clerk Mayor s Action See Authentication Page Attachment Page 1 of 3 Packet Pg. 476

465 CITY COUNCIL ATLANTA, GEORGIA SPONSOR SIGNATURES 15-R-3878 J R-3878 Page 2 of 3 Packet Pg. 477

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