Yesterday Board of Public Safety Agenda

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Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

Building Commission – Ron Beane Police Department – Chief Billy Bolin Transportation & Services – Todd Robertson Fire Department – Chief Mike Connelly

~ Pledge of Allegiance ~

Business with Representatives:
Tyler Austin Roden, Alarm Installer Applicant, requests approval to appeal the decision of his Alarm

Agent Permit License through the Evansville Police Department Alarm Coordinator.

Departmental Reports:

A. Police Department – Captain Stephanie Cox

  1. Would like to notify the board of Officer Kathy Winters approval of disability from the EPD Pension Board as of February 15th, 2017.
  2. Request approval to surplus the following items:Refrigerator – BJW2104168920309 Refrigerator – BAO5POEO10095046722G0774 Refrigerator – BAO5POE1009503967G0525
  3. Would like to notify the board that the “Running Man” Range Target has been fixed. This item was approved to surplus in the February 22nd, 2017 meeting.

B. Fire Department – Chief Dan Grimm – NO AGENDA ITEMS

Board of Public Safety Evansville, Indiana

Michael Retter, President Mike Lauderdale, Vice President Kayce Zeller, Member Clay Havill, Counsel Attorney

 

1. Request approval to open and award demolition bids for the following:

  1. 710 KECK AVENUE – RAZE (DEMOLISH) GARAGE
  2. 1552 SOUTH MORTON AVENUE – RAZE (DEMOLISH) GARAGE ONLY
  3. 1554 SOUTH MORTON AVENUE – RAZE (DEMOLISH) GARAGE ONLY
  4. 505 BAYARD PARK DRIVE – RAZE (DEMOLISH) FIRE DAMAGED HOUSE
  5. 656 EAST MICHIGAN STREET – RAZE (DEMOLISH) HOUSE
  6. 913 EAST RIVERSIDE DRIVE – RAZE (DEMOLISH) COMMERCIALSTRUCTURE WITH SMALL ATTACHED STRUCTURE ON THE BACK OF THE BUILDING.

D. Transportation & Services – Todd Robertson 1. Request to approve the following:

  1. Vine St. @ NW 2nd St. – Remove 1st parking space number 200 on Vine St. due to the turning radius.
  2. E. Columbia St. (east of Weinbach Ave. to the dead end) – Install 6 “30 MPH Speed Limit” signs due to a speeding problem
  3. Martin Luther King Blvd. @ John St. – Install an east/west crosswalk between the sidewalk handicap ramps on MLK Blvd. south of John St.
  4. Martin Luther King Blvd. @ John St. – Install (W11-2) “Crosswalk Warning” signs on MLK Blvd. for newly installed crosswalk
  5. 3700 Blk Interstate Dr., north of Hank Ave. to cul-de-sac – Install ‘No Parking Anytime w/Tow Away” signs due to vehicles using this area as a parking lot
  6. N. Evans Ave. @ Olmstead Ave. – Install “Cross Traffic Does Not Stop” signs below existing “Stop” signs

E. Special Event Permit – Sgt. Josh Wittmer

1. Evansville Courier & Press requests approval for the “Heritage Federal Credit Union Home Show” on April 5th, 2017 from 5:00 a.m. until April 10th, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. Closing 9th Street between Locust Street and Walnut Street; Locust Street between 9th Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. ***PENDING POLICE AND LEGAL APPROVAL***

Board of Public Safety Evansville, Indiana

Michael Retter, President Mike Lauderdale, Vice President Kayce Zeller, Member Clay Havill, Counsel Attorney

2. Eville Do-R’s Gearhead Club requests approval for Eville Shindig #2 Car Show on September

2nd, 2017 from 3:00 p.m. until midnight. Closing Franklin Street from Wabash Ave to N. St. Joseph Ave along with West Library Park, 10th, 11th, and 12 Streets to the alleyways. ***PENDING INSURANCE APPROVAL*** Tabled from March 8th, 2017 Meeting.

Consent Section:

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Pedal Cab Permit

1. Mary Allen requests approval to operate pedal taxicab on Haynie’s Corner, Main Street, Franklin Street, North Main Street and the Evansville Riverfront. ***PENDING INSURANCE APPROVAL***

Dumpster In the Street Permit

  1. Request approval for 500 S. Kerth Ave to have a dumpster in the street from March 23rd, 2017 through March 27th, 2017 to remove debris from a home that will be auctioned in April. Possible this dumpster may need an extension permit depending on damage.
  2. Request approval for 2159 Bellemeade Ave to have a dumpster in the street from March 13th, 2017 through March 31st, 2017 to clean out a house and garage, selling the home of Wanda Bergman.

Handicap Parking
a. Request denial for the following handicap parking:

i. 24 West Delaware St. – Doris Douglas
Notes from J. Cruse: This appears to be a newer Habitat home and I assume when it was built a concrete wheelchair ramp was installed in the front and rear of the house. I reviewed this with Ms. Douglas, and she stated the alarm system is by the front door and when she leaves, there is not enough time for her to set the alarm and exit through the rear door. She stated that she also prefers to exit from the front door. This property actually does not qualify for an on-street “Handicap” parking space but in lieu of the front alarm system, it appears we can allow an exception for this owner only if the Safety Board wishes to do so providing all of your criteria has been met.

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b. Request approval for the following handicap parking:

Board of Public Safety Evansville, Indiana

Michael Retter, President Mike Lauderdale, Vice President Kayce Zeller, Member Clay Havill, Counsel Attorney

CITY OF EVANSVILLE Board of Public Safety Civic Center Complex, Room 301 Evansville, IN 47708 812.436.7897

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  1. 2517 North Evans Street (Apt B) – Mr. Terry LogsdanNotes from J. Cruse: Property currently has a drive off of N. Evans, which is not fully on the 2517 N. Evans St. property. The neighbor is in the process of installing a fence through the center of the drive, which will eliminate the off-street parking. This property appears to qualify for an on-street “Handicap” parking space providing all of your criteria has been met.
  2. 714 E. Florida St. – William Higgs
    Notes from J. Cruse: This property does have a garage off of the rear alley but this applicant is unable to operate the door or walk that distance. The property with this occupant appears to qualify for an on-street “Handicap” parking space.

D. Road Closure

  1. Josh Payne, Skanska, requests approval to close 6th Street between Walnut Street and Chestnut Street from April 3rd, 2017 at 7:00 a.m. until April 21st, 2017 at 3:30 p.m. The closure is to set precast panels along the 6th Street side of the Multi-Institutional Academic Health Science and Research Center.
  2. Officer Kurt Chapman requests approval for 9th Street to be closed from Walnut to Locust for the Children’s Program of Juni B. Jones at the Old National Events Plaza on March 9th, 2017 from 6 a.m. until 1 p.m., they will be parking 40 buses coming from several different school districts.
  3. Marla Thorne-Weller, 1024 N. Roosevelt Dr., requests approval for a road closure

OTHER BUSINESS:

  1. Approve claims.
  2. Approve the minutes from Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017.

Announcements:
Next Meeting, March 22nd, 2017

Board of Public Safety Evansville, Indiana

Michael Retter, President Mike Lauderdale, Vice President Kayce Zeller, Member Clay Havill, Counsel Attorney

Adjourned: __________

 

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