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File #: 21-620    Version: 1 Name:
Type: CONSENT AGENDA Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 3/26/2021 In control: Office of Procurement Services
On agenda: 4/28/2021 Final action:
Title: Authorize a three-year service price agreement for scrap tire removal from the Trinity River and removal of trash and debris from creeks, channels, vacant lots, and Lake Ray Hubbard for the Water Utilities Department - Good Earth Corporation, lowest responsible bidder of two - Estimated amount of $2,620,000 - Financing: Stormwater Drainage Management Fund ($2,500,000) and Dallas Water Utilities Fund ($120,000)
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Attachments: 1. Resolution
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STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Government Performance and Financial Management
AGENDA DATE: April 28, 2021
COUNCIL DISTRICT(S): All
DEPARTMENT: Office of Procurement Services
EXECUTIVE: Elizabeth Reich
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Authorize a three-year service price agreement for scrap tire removal from the Trinity River and removal of trash and debris from creeks, channels, vacant lots, and Lake Ray Hubbard for the Water Utilities Department - Good Earth Corporation, lowest responsible bidder of two - Estimated amount of $2,620,000 - Financing: Stormwater Drainage Management Fund ($2,500,000) and Dallas Water Utilities Fund ($120,000)

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BACKGROUND

This action does not encumber funds; the purpose of a service price agreement is to establish firm pricing for services, for a specific term, which are ordered on an as needed basis according to annual budgetary appropriations. The estimated amount is intended as guidance rather than a cap on spending under the agreement, so that actual need combined with the amount budgeted will determine the amount spent under this agreement.

This service price agreement will provide for scrap tire removal from the Trinity River and removal of trash and debris from creeks, channels, vacant lots, and Lake Ray Hubbard. Through Citywide initiatives to remove litter from the City's creeks, lakes and rivers, the City realized the necessity to remove the numerous tires that have been illegally dumped in the Trinity River causing deteriorating water quality. The awarded vendor will be responsible for transporting and disposing of tires in accordance to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ).

The City owns Lake Ray Hubbard which is used as a major water source. The accumulation of trash and debris in the Rowlett Creek portion of the lake has generated numerous complaints from citizens. Although the debris has not adversely affected water quality of the lake, the remo...

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