CITY OF EVANSVILLE BOARD OF PUBLIC SAFETY MEETING MINUTES

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June 24th, 2020
1:00 p.m.
Building Commission – David Ballew Police Department – Chief Billy Bolin Transportation & Services – Todd Robertson Fire Department – Chief Mike Connelly City Engineer’s Office – Brent Schmitt

~ Pledge of Allegiance ~

Business with Representatives:

1. Dr. Hudson, Riverside Neighborhood Association, would like to address the board in regards to some concerns of noise in the Riverside Neighborhood.
Dr. Charles Hudson present.

Dr. Hudson stated he had three (3) main concerns of the Riverside Drive area. He stated in November 2019 the Lochmueller Group did a Riverside Drive Corridor Traffic Study in regards to reducing Riverside Drive by two (2) lanes. He stated he received a copy of this traffic study from the Department of Metropolitan Development. The first concern Dr. Hudson expressed was in regards to semi-trucks utilizing Riverside Drive as a ‘cut-through’ road to get from one highway to another. Dr. Hudson stated the Traffic Study showed 640 trucks were using Riverside Drive per day. Dr. Hudson stated that one day he counted 140 trucks using Riverside Drive between the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. He stated petroleum tanker trucks are the majority of the trucks using Riverside Drive. He asked the board what enforcement could be done to address the problem. Dr. Hudson stated he spoke with different engineers in regards to the trucks doing damage to Riverside Drive, and that all engineers agreed the damage is caused by the truck traffic. Dr. Hudson stated he sees a motorcycle officer using the speed radar, across from his home on Riverside Drive, and asked if the officer could pull over the trucks on Riverside to ask their destination and why they are utilizing Riverside Drive. Marco Delucio, City Legal Counsel, stated he would like to work with Dr. Hudson and the Evansville Police Department in developing solutions to Dr. Hudson’s complaints. Delucio stated he would obtain a copy of the Traffic Study to discuss with the police department first, then he would schedule a meeting to develop solutions.

Dr. Hudson stated he was at the meeting to start the discussions.

Board of Public Safety Evansville, Indiana

Michael Retter, President Kayce Zeller, Vice President Richard Hubbard, Member Marco Delucio, Counsel Attorney

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Dr. Hudson stated the second topic neighbors are also concerned about are intersections. Dr. Hudson asked that all intersections in the Historic District be designated as 4-way stops. Dr. Hudson argues that many cars use these roads as a ‘cut-through’ at a high rate of speed.

Dr. Hudson introduced Amy Hayden, president of OEH, to the board. Amy stated when Riverside Drive is closed for events, the traffic is forced to detour through the historic district and people do not know how to drive through the historic district or have never been through this part of town. Some of the intersections in question only have 2-way stops. She named a few intersections of concern. Delucio stated this matter would need to be studied by the City Engineer’s Office.

Dr. Hudson stated his last concern is the noise within the Riverside Drive area. He stated motorcyclists remove their mufflers. He stated the worst times are from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. when they ‘rev’ the motorcycle to let others know they are there. Vehicles with speakers also rattle the windows of the residents as they travel through the area. Dr. Hudson stated he would like for motorcycles to be cited for no muffler. He stated they are losing residents over noise. Police Department asked what time of the day they see or hear this the most. He stated during the middle of the night. Delucio stated that almost 1 year ago the noise ordinance was reworked and the neighbors may wish to approach City Council regarding a noise ordinance.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

2. Request approval for the updated Special Event Permit Application. (City Legal)

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

3. Hunter Dobbs requests approval to progressively restrict lanes on Ohio Street & St. Joseph Avenue to clean the windows of the pedestrian walkways at Mead Johnson. The date is subject to weather cooperation, Mr. Dobbs agreed to contact the board’s administrator to communicate the closer.

Departmental Reports:

A. Police Department – Captain Karla Larmore

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

1. Request approval for the FH5 Property extension agreement from 2020-2023.

Board of Public Safety Evansville, Indiana

Michael Retter, President Kayce Zeller, Vice President Richard Hubbard, Member Marco Delucio, Counsel Attorney

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Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2

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by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

2. Request approval for the Gilles Home Sales contract for maintenance of the fitness room

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B. Fire Department – Division Chief Michael Larson

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

1. Request approval of Policy P-100.006 Collections.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

2. Request approval of Policy P-300.002 Time Out.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

3. Request approval of Policy P-300.004 Temporary Assignment to Rescue Squad.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

4. Request approval of Policy P-300.014 Lieutenant Mentoring.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

5. Request approval of Policy P-500.003 Medical Leave.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

6. Request approval of Policy P-500.005 Work Performance Evaluation.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

7. Request approval of Standard Operating Guideline, SOG-1600.001-EMS Response. Due to COVID-19.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

8. Request approval of Standard Operating Guideline, SOG-1600.002-Protocol for Possible Pathogen Exposure. Due to COVID-19.

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Michael Retter, President Kayce Zeller, Vice President Richard Hubbard, Member Marco Delucio, Counsel Attorney

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Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

9. Request approval of Standard Operating Guideline, SOG-1600.003-Infection Control. Due to COVID-19.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

10. Request approval of Standard Operating Guideline, SOG-1600.007-Pet Protocol.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

11. Request approval to accept a donation of $20,000 from the West Side Nut Club for the purchase of School Safety and Education Vehicle.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

12. Chief Connelly requested to read the Table of Organization into the record.

1 Fire Chief
1 Assistant Chief 2 Division Chiefs 10 District Chiefs 3 Investigators
3 Instructors
8 Inspectors
51 Captains
45 Lieutenants 140 Privates

C. Building Commission – Kim Josey – NO AGENDA D. Transportation & Services – Todd Robertson

1. Request approval for the following:

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

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Michael Retter, President Kayce Zeller, Vice President Richard Hubbard, Member Marco Delucio, Counsel Attorney

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a. CARDINAL DRIVE (north side) FROM STRINGTOWN ROAD TO SHERMAN STREET INCLUDING CURVE RADIUS – Install “No Parking Anytime w/Tow Away” signs.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

b. 925 N. SPRING ST. (rear alley off E. Oregon Street) – Install “No Motorized Vehicle Allowed” sign.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

c. 511 S. WERNER AVENUE rear alley off Claremont Avenue – Install a “Dead End” sign.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

d. CLAREMONT AVENUE & ROSENBERGER AVENUE – Install a “Dead End” sign.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

e. INGLE STREET @ YMCA ENTRANCE CURB – Install two (2) “15 Minute Loading Zone” signs.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

f. NW 1ST STREET, NW 2ND STREET, COURT STREET & RIVERSIDE DRIVE – Install “Loading Zone” and “LST PARKING” directional guide signs.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

g. S. DEXTER BETWEEN JEFFERSON AVENUE & MONROE AVENUE – Install two (2) “Deaf Person Area” signs.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

h. 705 S. BARKER AVENUE – Remove unused “Loading Zone” sign.

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Michael Retter, President Kayce Zeller, Vice President Richard Hubbard, Member Marco Delucio, Counsel Attorney

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E. Special Event Permit – Sgt. Michael Gray

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

1. West Side Nut Club requests approval for the ‘WSNC FALL FESTIVAL’ beginning Friday,

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October 2 , 2020 at 5:00 p.m. and continuing until Sunday, October 11 , 2020 6:00 a.m.

Closing Franklin Street between St. Joseph Avenue and Fulton Avenue (Wabash of Flags during

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day); Illinois Street from 10 Avenue to Wabash Avenue (October 6 , 2020 for Special Kids

Day). (Eddie Dietz)

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

2. West Side Nut Club requests approval for the ‘WSNC LIGHTHOUSE PARADE’ beginning

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Monday, October 5 , 2020 at 6:00 p.m. and continuing until 8:00 p.m. Road closure will be in

conjunction with the festival. (Eddie Dietz)

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

3. West Side Nut Club requests approval for the ‘WSNC MAIN PARADE’ beginning Saturday,

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October 10 , 2020 beginning at 3:00 p.m. and continuing until 8:00 p.m. Road closure will be in

conjunction with the festival. (Eddie Dietz)

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

4. West Side Nut Club requests approval for the ‘WSNC PET PARADE’ beginning Saturday,

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October 10 , 2020 beginning at 10:00 a.m. and continuing until noon. Road closure will be in

conjunction with the festival. (Eddie Dietz)

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

5. West Side Nut Club requests approval for the ‘WSNC CRUISE-IN’ beginning Saturday, July

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25 , 2020 at 1:00 p.m. and continuing until 9:00 p.m. Closing Franklin Street between St.

Joseph Avenue and Wabash Avenue. All side streets closed within the closure to the alleys.

Board of Public Safety Evansville, Indiana

Michael Retter, President Kayce Zeller, Vice President Richard Hubbard, Member Marco Delucio, Counsel Attorney

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Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

6. YMCA of Southwestern IN requests approval for the ‘EVANSVILLE HALF MARATHON &

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Drive; Shawnee Drive from Veterans Memorial Pkwy to Water Street; Water Street (turns into East Riverside Drive) from Shawnee Drive to S Kentucky Ave; S Kentucky Ave from East Riverside Drive to Taylor Ave; Taylor Ave from S Kentucky Ave to Parkside Drive; Parkside Drive from Taylor Ave to Madison Ave; Madison Ave from Parkside Drive to S Kentucky Ave; S Kentucky from Madison Ave to E Powell Ave; E Powell from S Kentucky Ave to S Bedford Ave; S Bedford Ave from E Powell Ave to Bayard Park Drive; Bayard Park Drive from S Bedford Ave to S Evans Ave; S Evans Ave from Bayard Park Drive to Bellemeade Ave; Bellemeade Ave from S Evans Ave to SE 8th Street; Mulberry Street from SE 8th Street to SE 3rd Street; SE 3rd Street from Mulberry Street to Main Street; Main Street from SE 3rd Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.; MLK Jr. Blvd from Main Street to Vine Street; Vine Street from MLK Jr. Blvd to NW 10th; NW 10th from Vine to Sycamore; Sycamore from NW 10th to Heidelbach; through Garvin Park through the Greenway Passage; Southbound Lane of Riverside Drive from Ohio Street to Court Street. ***BARRICADES REQUESTED*** (Meghan Craven)

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

7. YMCA of Southwestern Indiana requests approval for the “YMCA 15K” on Saturday,

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September 12 , 2020 beginning at 6:45 a.m. and continuing until 11:00 a.m. Closing Riverside

Drive from Shawnee Drive to Ohio Street; N Heidelbach Ave from Herndon Drive to John Street; John Street from N Heidelbach Ave to Vine Street; Vine Street from NW 10th Street to Riverside Drive. ***BARRICADES REQUESTED*** (Meghan Craven)

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

8. YMCA of Southwestern Indiana requests approval for the “YMCA 5K/10K” on Saturday,

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August 8 , 2020 beginning at 6:45 a.m. and continuing until 12:00 p.m. Closing Riverside Drive

from Court Street to Veterans Memorial Parkway; Court Street from SE 6th Street to Riverside Drive; Main Street from 3rd Street to Riverside Drive; Sycamore Street from N Main Street to 3rd Street; N Main Street from Sycamore Street to John Street; Vine Street from N Main Street to 6th Street. ***BARRICADES REQUESTED*** (Meghan Craven)

, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. and continuing until Saturday, October 3 , 2020 at 3:00 p.m. Closing Riverside Drive from Court Street to Shawnee

RACE DAY 8K’ beginning Friday, October 2

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Michael Retter, President Kayce Zeller, Vice President Richard Hubbard, Member Marco Delucio, Counsel Attorney

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Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

9. Evansville Police Department Foundation requests approval for the amended date of the ‘EPDF

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4:00 p.m. The date change is due to the COVID-19 restrictions. This permit was approved

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Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

10. Sycamore Foundation requests approval the date of ‘WALKING FOR DREAMS’ beginning

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Sunday, August 16 , 2020 from 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. No road closings, using the rules of the

road.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

11. Downtown Evansville Economic Improvement District requests approval for the ‘A

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DOWNTOWN CHRISTMAS’ beginning December 5 , 2020 from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Closing Main Street between 2nd Street & 4th Street. ***BARRICADES REQUESTED*** (Alli Turpin)

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

12. Downtown Evansville Economic Improvement District requests approval for the ‘FALL WINE

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Street & 4th Street. ***BARRICADES REQUESTED, PENDING INSURANCE (APPROVED 062420)*** (Alli Turpin)

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

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13. Alzheimer’s Association requests approval for the ‘EVANSVILLE WALK TO END th

ALZHEIMER’S’ beginning July 19 , 2020 from 7:00 a.m. to noon. ***BARRICADES REQUESTED*** (Lisa Schaefer)

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

14. West Side Nut Club requests approval for the ‘WEST SIDE NUT CLUB INITIATION’

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beginning July 21 , 2020 at 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Closing Franklin Street from Wabash

Avenue to St. Joseph Avenue.

Board of Public Safety Evansville, Indiana

Michael Retter, President Kayce Zeller, Vice President Richard Hubbard, Member Marco Delucio, Counsel Attorney

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Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

15. Convoy of Hope Evansville requests approval for the ‘CONVOY OF HOPE EVANSVILLE’

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beginning Friday, July 24 , 2020 at 6:00 p.m. and continuing to Saturday, July 25 , 2020 at 4:00

p.m. No road closings, using the CK Newsome Parking Lot & Back 40 Parking Lot.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

  1. cMoe requests approval for the ‘MUSEUM OUTDOOR PLAYSPACE’ beginning Monday, Julyth th th
    6 , 2020 8:00 a.m. and continuing until September 7 , 2020 10:00 a.m. Closing 5 Streetbetween Locust Street & alleyway. ***BARRICADES REQUESTED*** Mark Sollman, Kahn Dees Donovan & Kahn, requested to keep 6th Street open & Locust Street open due to their company & client parking lot behind 501 Main Street. The board acknowledged their request.
  2. Cancelled Events for 2020:
    COLON SCREENING FOR LIFE 5K – Confirmed Cancellation 03/17/2020
    DRUMS ON THE OHIO – Confirmed Cancellation 03/26/2020
    SHRINERSFEST – Confirmed Cancellation 03/31/2020
    SPRING (SUMMER) WINE WALK – Confirmed Cancellation 03/31/2020
    SIGNATURE SCHOOL SENIOR PORTRAIT – Confirmed Cancellation 03/31/2020
    ELS WALKATHON – Confirmed Cancellation 04/03/2020
    HERITAGE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION HOME SHOW – Postponed to August 12th – August 17th (04/07/2020) – Confirmed Cancellation 06/16/2020
    ROTARY SANTA RUN – Confirmed Cancellation 06/17/2020
    EVILLECON – Confirmed Cancellation 05/22/2020
    NIGHT ON MAIN 072520 081520 091920 – Confirmed Cancellation 06/17/20
    EASTER EGG HUNT – Confirmed Cancellation 06/24/20
    FUNK IN THE CITY SPRING – Confirmed Cancellation 03/2/20
    ELS WALKATHON – Confirmed Cancellation 04/03/20
    FIREWORKS ON THE OHIO – Confirmed Cancellation 05/13/20
    CORPUS CHRISTI PROCESSION – Confirmed Cancellation 05/14/20
    STEPPIN UP FOR GRESHAM – Confirmed Cancellation 05/21/20

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Michael Retter, President Kayce Zeller, Vice President Richard Hubbard, Member Marco Delucio, Counsel Attorney

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Consent Section:

A. Handicap Parking
1. Request approval for the following:

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

a. 214 E. Tennessee Street
Betty A. Rainey
This property has a rear storage shed with a small space next to it. The front entrance steps have handrails on each side and appears to be handicap accessible. This property has ample frontage and appears to qualify for an on-street “Handicap” parking space.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

b. 839 Jackson Avenue William Clark

This property has a rear one car garage off of the alley which appears to be usable, but would be difficult for a handicap individual to attempt to navigate a vehicle into it. Property has a handrail at the service walk and a handrail at the entrance to aid in climbing the steps. This property has ample frontage and side distance to install an on-street “Handicap” parking space. Property appears to qualify for an on-street “Handicap” parking space.

2. Request approval for the removal of the following:

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

c. 1300 E Olive Street (on Harland) Resident Moving

B. Road Closing

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

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Michael Retter, President Kayce Zeller, Vice President Richard Hubbard, Member Marco Delucio, Counsel Attorney

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Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

2. Evansville Water and Sewer Utility requests approval for the Sunrise Pump Station 36” Water

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Main Tie-Ins beginning July 6 , 2020 and continuing until August 28 , 2020. Closing Shawnee

Drive between Veterans Memorial Parkway and Sunset Drive. Homeowners along Sunset Drive

will be required to utilize the alley between Sunset Avenue & SE Riverside Drive (near Chandler

Ave). The contractor of this project will provide door hangers explaining the detour route on

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July 1 – 2 , 2020. (Steve Capin, EWSU)

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

3. Mike Loehrlein, Key Construction, requests approval to restrict the outer northbound lane of

Burkhardt Road between E Florida Street & Waterford Blvd. for sidewalk construction. The

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start date of this project will be between June 29 , 2020 & July 31 , 2020 with approximately

one (1) week of work. Emergency Personnel will be able to pass through. C. COVID-19 Ratification Approvals

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve 1 through 25:

1. Brian Ulrich requested approval for renewal of the special parking permit for the following: B&T Distributing
2006 GM Workhouse White No Logo
Location: 5606 Spring Lake Drive

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1. Barton Malow requests approval to close 5

Street between Bob Jones Way & Locust Street on July 7 , 2020 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for the ribbon cutting for the new Deaconess Clinic

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Downtown. (Preston King, Joe Scheberle)

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2. Urban Seeds requested approval for the ‘MARKET ON MAIN’ began June 3

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, 2020 from 8:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. until September 16 , 2020. Closed Main Street from 6 Street to Martin

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Luther King Jr. Restricting the outer southbound lane of Martin Luther King Jr. from Sycamore

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Street to Locust Street. ***BARRICADES REQUESTED*** Approval Date: June 1 , 2020

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Michael Retter, President Kayce Zeller, Vice President Richard Hubbard, Member Marco Delucio, Counsel Attorney

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  1. Evansville Fire Department requested approval to award the vehicle quote to D-Patrick Nissanfor three (3) 2020 Nissan Sentra vehicles for a price of $17,424.00 (less than a $1,000 per vehicleth trade-in credit) for a total purchase of $16,424.00 per vehicle. Approval Date: April 7 , 2020
  2. Fifth & Main Properties LLC requested approval to close the road in front of 420 Main Street

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beginning April 13 , 2020 through April 18 , 2020 from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. to repair loose

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5. Myriad Brewing Company requested approval for the ‘COUSINS MAINE LOBSTER FOOD

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TRUCK AT MYRIAD BREWING COMPANY’ on June 19 , 2020 at 8:00 a.m. and continuing

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until June 21 , 2020 9:00 p.m. Closed SE 1 Street from Locust Street to Walnut Street.

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6. Phillip Baker requested approval for the ‘FREEDOM DAY CELEBRATION’ on June 20

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, 2020

from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Closed Waggoner Avenue between Culver Avenue & Judson

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  1. Central Lofts LP requested approval to close the north side Vine Street between NW 5th Street &th th st
    NW 6 Street beginning April 28 , 2020 through August 1 , 2020 for rehabilitation andrenovation of the former YMCA building located at 203 NW 5th Street. Approval Date: Aprilth
    13 , 2020
  2. Altstadt Hoffman Plumbing requested approval to restrict the southbound lane of Weinbachth Avenue between Gum Street and Bayard Park Drive. Approval Date: June 7 , 2020
  3. Lehman Roofing Inc. requested approval to close SE 1st Street between Locust Street & Bob

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Jones Way beginning June 2 , 2020 through June 4 , 2020 daily from 6:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for

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  1. Royalty Companies of Indiana Inc. requested approval for a dumpster permit beginning June 1 ,2020 for 3-4 weeks at E Franklin Street, SW Corner of South Central building.st
    (4 Dumpsters, 4 Parking Spaces) Approval Date: June 1 , 2020
  2. Precision Glass and Glazing Inc. requested approval to close 3rd Street between Main Street &Sycamore Street for the changing our of old glass with new glass on the 15th Floor of the Fifth

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Third Building beginning July 1 , 2020 and continuing to July 2 , 2020 from 6:00 a.m. to 3:30

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p.m. Approval Date: June 18 , 2020

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Michael Retter, President Kayce Zeller, Vice President Richard Hubbard, Member Marco Delucio, Counsel Attorney

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12. Blankenberger Brothers requested to close Walnut Street between Weinbach Avenue &

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Rotherwood beginning April 27 , 2020 and continuing until August 28 , 2020 for road

replacement project. The City Engineer’s Office signed off on this closure. This project is set to

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be completed before U of E is back in session this fall. Approval Date: April 21 , 2020

  1. Garmong Construction Services requested approval for the closure of South New York Avenueth
    between East Walnut Street and East Sycamore Street beginning May 4 , 2020 at 7:00 a.m. andth
    continuing until May 15 , 2020 at 5:00 p.m. for a concrete installation for new D-Pat ParkingLot.
  2. Environmental Cleaning Solutions (ECS) requested approval for two (2) parking permits for 300

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Main Street from April 29 , 2020 to May 16 , 2020.

2004 Chevrolet EXP White – LOGO – Plate #: TK352NQN 2011 Ford ECO White – LOGO – Plate #: TK248NJI

  1. Jack Hahn Excavating requested approval to close the road at 2111 Stringtown Road for a waterth
    and sewer tap at Catholic Charities building project. Approval Date: May 11 , 2020
  2. City of Evansville Building Commission requested approval for the Removal of Trash andth
    Debris Agreement with RemovePro, LLC on May 13 , 2020 for three (3) years. Removal feeth
    unit price = $280.00 for up to and including the first ton. Approval Date: May 14 , 2020
  3. City of Evansville Building Commission requested approval for the demolition awarded for 1405st
    S. Grand Avenue to Velpen C&D Landfill. Approval Date: May 21 , 2020
  4. City of Evansville Building Commission requested approval for the demolition awarded for 207st
    W. Maryland Street to Stemaly Excavating. Approval Date: May 21 , 2020th
  5. Evansville Police Department requested approval of the Land Bank Corp beginning May 27 ,st
    2020 and continuing until December 21 , 2021 for training purposes.
  6. City of Evansville Building Commission requested approval for the contract agreement withKKH Properties, LLC to mow vacant and unattended lots in violation of Evansville Weed

th rd Ordinance 8.05. This agreement is effective until July 4 , 2021. Approval Date: June 3 , 2020

21. Request approval to award vehicle selections Inspection Division vehicles RFQ-011-001-2020.

Board of Public Safety Evansville, Indiana

Michael Retter, President Kayce Zeller, Vice President Richard Hubbard, Member Marco Delucio, Counsel Attorney

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  1. Request approval to add six (6) Lieutenants to the Table of Organization. Funding has been approved by City Council.
  2. City of Evansville Building Commission requested approval for the contract agreement to Stemaly Excavating for 636 E Missouri in the amount of $5,237.00.
  3. Evansville Police Department requests approval to surplus two (2) pepper gun launchersrd (broken). Asset #’s – 002032448, 002032975 Approval Date: April 3 , 2020
  4. Dumpster In the Street Permits

a. Requested approval for the following:

  1. Danny Fulton – 111 NW FOURTH STREET – 03/31/2020 – 06/01/2020th Building Renovations Approval Date: March 27 , 2020
  2. Central Lofts, Jon Anderson – 500-599 VINE STREET – 04/28/2020 – 08/01/2020

th th Renovation of Former YMCA (203 NW 5 Street) Approval Date: April 13 , 2020

  1. Justin Carter – 622 S RUNNYMEADY AVENUE – 04/28/2020 – 05/11/2020th
    Clean out of home Approval Date: April 28 , 2020
  2. Brennen Schenk (RoAway Dumpsters) – 2230 W IOWA STREET – 04/29/2020 – 05/01/2020th
    Clean out of home Approval Date: April 29 , 2020
  3. Brennen Schenk (RoAway Dumpsters) – 1204 DELMARE AVENUE – 05/06/2020 – 05/08/2020th Construction Clean Out Approval Date: May 6 , 2020
  4. Marjorie Cabell – 822 E GUM STREET – 05/19/2020 – 08/31/2020th
    Clean out of home Approval Date: May 19 , 2020
  5. Stan Searcy – 1320 MARSHALL AVENUE – 05/22/2020 – 06/01/2020

nd Home Remodel Approval Date: May 22 , 2020

Board of Public Safety Evansville, Indiana

Michael Retter, President Kayce Zeller, Vice President Richard Hubbard, Member Marco Delucio, Counsel Attorney

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

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OTHER BUSINESS:

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

1. Approve claims.

Motion by Kayce Zeller, 2nd by Michael Retter and so ordered to approve the following:

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2. Approve the minutes from Wednesday, March 25 , 2020.

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President, Michael Retter

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Vice President, Kayce Zeller

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Announcements:
Next Meeting, Wednesday, July 8

th Adjourned: 1:54 p.m. KZ/MR

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Member, Richard Hubbard

Board of Public Safety Evansville, Indiana

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