Tybee City Council to hold special meeting today

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Tybee Island (WSAV) – Tybee Island neighbors will get an update on the debris removal process from Hurricane Matthew later today. City Council is holding a special meeting at 3:15PM.

The agenda for this afternoon’s meeting includes:

-To request the City Council’s approval to award a contract for RFP No. 2016-685, Disaster Debris Monitoring for Public Roads and Areas to Atkins North America, Inc. in the amount of $130,234.

-To request the City Council’s approval to award a contract for RFP No. 2016-686 Disaster Debris Monitoring for Private Roads and Areas to Atkins North America, Inc. in the amount of $186,622.

-To request the City Council’s approval to award a contract for RFP No. 2016-687 Disaster Debris Collection, Removal and Disposal Service of tree stumps on public right-of-ways, improved public property and improved public areas to Phillips and Jordan, Inc. for an amount not to exceed $250,000.

-To request the City Council’s approval to award a contract for RFP No. 2016-688 Disaster Debris Collection, Removal and Disposal Service of disaster debris on private roads and right-of-ways to Phillips and Jordan, Inc. for an amount not to exceed $200,000.

-To request the City Council’s approval to award a contract for RFP No. 2016-689 Disaster Debris Collection, Removal and Disposal Service of white goods on public right-of-ways, public property and public areas to Phillips and Jordan, Inc. for an amount not to exceed $300,000.

-To request the City Council’s uncommitted $4,800,000 from the City’s General Fund’s fund balance reserves and amend the General Fund’s FY2017 budget by an increase of $4,800,000 from $11,440,011 to $16,240,011 to cover the upfront cost of the Hurricane Matthew storm damage debris recovery services.

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