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File #: 19-0015R    Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 12/28/2018 In control: Public Works and Utilities
On agenda: 1/14/2019 Final action: 1/14/2019
Title: RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING WORK ORDER 1 TO THE MASTER PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT WITH MNDOT TO COOPERATIVELY PROVIDE DESIGN SERVICES TO THE DULUTH METRO AREA EVP SIGNAL SYSTEM IN THE AMOUNT OF $21,936.83.
Attachments: 1. 19-0015R Cover Letter, 2. 19-0015R Exhibit 1, 3. 19-0015R Plan Cover Sheet

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RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING WORK ORDER 1 TO THE MASTER PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT WITH MNDOT TO COOPERATIVELY PROVIDE DESIGN SERVICES TO THE DULUTH METRO AREA EVP SIGNAL SYSTEM IN THE AMOUNT OF $21,936.83.

 

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CITY PROPOSAL:

RESOLVED, that the proper city officials are hereby authorized to execute Work Order 1 substantially in the form attached as “Exhibit 1” with the Minnesota Department of Transportation to cooperate in the provision of services related to the design and construction of the Duluth Metro Area Emergency Vehicle Preemption (EVP) signal revisions.  This is payable out of Street Lighting Fund 550, Public Works & Utilities Department 500, Capital Improvement Account 5533, Project 1732.

 

Statement of Purpose

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:  This resolution will authorize Work Order 1 to the Master Partnership Agreement between the city and MnDOT to cooperatively provide services related to the design, construction and maintenance of roadways in the city of Duluth.

 

In accordance with the state of Minnesota and city of Duluth Master Partnership Agreement, MnDOT contract no. 1028597, city agreement no. 23224, each individual project is covered by a “work order” which specifies which party performs the work and what the work is to consist of, and establishes the amount to be paid by the other party for the work.  This is the first work order proposed under the agreement.  Work Order 1 provides that the city will reimburse MnDOT for the city’s share of the design engineering costs for the city legs of the signalized intersections.  The city’s share, after an in-house preliminary engineering contribution of $7,826.17 is subtracted, is $21,936.83.  The city’s share will be paid from Street Lighting Fund 550, city project no. 1732.