Series 107 2006 ORDINANCES/RESOLUTIONS
Section 107-508; Ord 19159; Accepting the bid of Emery Sapp & Sons, Inc. for reconstruction of Hope Place from West Boulevard to Hardin Street, including construction of a sidewalk adjacent to the back of the curb on the north side of Hope Street
Bill No. B 310-06
accepting the bid of Emery Sapp & Sons, Inc. for reconstruction of Hope Place
Boulevard to Hardin Street, including construction of a sidewalk adjacent to the back of the curb
on the north side of Hope Street; confirming the contract; authorizing the City Manager to
execute, obtain and record all documents necessary for the improvement; providing for payment
therefor; directing the contractor to give bond to the City; providing for compliance with the
prevailing wage law; and fixing the time when this ordinance shall become effective.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, AS
SECTION 1. The bid of Emery Sapp &
Sons, Inc. in the amount of $168,408.50 for
reconstruction of Hope Place from West Boulevard to Hardin Street, including construction of a
sidewalk adjacent to the back of the curb on the north side of Hope Street, in accordance with the
plans and specifications therefor, the laws of the State of Missouri, and the Charter and
Ordinances of the City, is the bid of the lowest responsible bidder and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. The contract wherein the
City Manager accepts the bid of and lets the contract
for the improvement to the contractor is hereby confirmed.
SECTION 3. The City Manager is authorized
and directed to obtain, execute and have
recorded all contracts, licenses, easements, deeds and all other grants or conveyances necessary
for construction of the improvement.
SECTION 4. Payment for this improvement
shall be made by special tax bills evidencing
special assessments levied and assessed against the lots and tracts of land benefited by and
fronting or abutting on the improvement in proportion to the number of fronting or abutting feet,
as prescribed by the laws of the State of Missouri and the Charter and Ordinances of the City of
Columbia, in an amount not to exceed $15.00 per abutting front foot; and the balance from
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds and from such other funds as may be
lawfully appropriated. The tax bills shall be a lien against the lot, parcel or tract of land
benefited from the improvement and described in the tax bill for a period of ten years from the
date of issue unless sooner paid.
SECTION 5. The contractor shall give
an approved surety bond to the City in an amount not
less than the contract price, or a bond with two or more good and sufficient securities to be
approved by the City Manager, conditioned that the contractor will faithfully and completely
comply with all the terms and conditions of the contract, and that he will pay for all labor
employed and materials used in the work provided for in the contract, and will hold the City
harmless on account of any damage which may accrue to any person by reason of the negligence
of the contractor in constructing the work and against liens growing out of the labor performed or
SECTION 6. The City shall cause to
be inserted in the contract a stipulation to the effect that
not less than the prevailing hourly rate of wages as determined by the Department of Labor and
Industrial Relations of Missouri shall be paid to all workers performing work under the contract.
The contractor's bond shall include such provisions as will guarantee the faithful performance
the prevailing hourly wage clause, as provided by the contract. The City shall also cause to be
inserted into the contract a stipulation that all laborers and mechanics employed by the contractor
or subcontractors in the performance of work under the contract shall be paid wages at rates not
less than those prevailing on similar construction in the locality as determined by the Secretary of
Labor in accordance with the Davis-Bacon Act.
SECTION 7. This ordinance shall be
in full force and effect from and after its passage.
PASSED this 21st day of August, 2006.