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<br />" <br /> <br />" <br /> <br />68 <br /> <br /> <br />.I <br /> <br />'- <br /> <br />., ;;!I!!J <br /> <br />pLEASANTONo <br /> <br />SUBJECT: <br /> <br />City Council <br />Staff Report <br /> <br />March 21, 2006 <br />Public Works Department <br /> <br />APPROVE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS AND AUTHORIZE <br />THE PUBLIC BID FOR THE KOTTINGER CREEK <br />RESTORATION PROJECT, CIP NO. 038023 <br /> <br />STAFF RECOMMENDATION: <br /> <br />SUMMARY: <br /> <br />SR 06:073 <br />Page 1 of6 <br /> <br />Staff recommends that the City Council take the following action at the <br />meeting of March 21, 2006: <br /> <br />1. Approve the plans and specifications for this project. <br /> <br />2. Authorize the Director of Public Works to publicly bid the project. <br /> <br />The construction drawings and specifications for the subject project are <br />complete. The drawings conform to the approved concept plans. Staff's <br />recommendation is to approve the plans and specifications and authorize <br />the Director of Public Works to publicly bid the project. At the request of <br />the Parks and Recreation Commission and City Council, the final plans <br />and hydraulic report were forwarded to the Parks and Recreation <br />Commission for its meeting on November 13, 2005. At that meeting, the <br />Commission expressed concerns over the cost of the project and requested <br />that the City Council consider the Commission' s recommendation to cap <br />City spending levels at the current, approved CIP budget amount of <br />$1,049,635. The current design plans and bid documents will allow work <br />to be done in phases, with Phase I being upstream of Adams Way, and <br />Phase II being downstream of Adams Way. Items in the different phases <br />are identified as additive/deductive items of work, such as the bridge at <br />Cabernet/Sherry Court, which can be added or deleted depending on the <br />bids received and available funding. <br />