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File #: RES 20-146    Version: 1 Name: 2020 Metropolitan Council Regional Solicitation Program Projects
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 2/12/2020
Title: Authorizing the Departments of Public Works and Parks and Recreation to submit nine project applications for federal funding into the 2020 Metropolitan Council Regional Solicitation Program and to authorize the commitment of a twenty percent local funding match plus engineering for any project that is awarded federal funding.
Sponsors: Amy Brendmoen
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Authorizing the Departments of Public Works and Parks and Recreation to submit nine project applications for federal funding into the 2020 Metropolitan Council Regional Solicitation Program and to authorize the commitment of a twenty percent local funding match plus engineering for any project that is awarded federal funding.

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WHEREAS, The Departments of Public Works and Parks and Recreation are proposing to submit nine project applications for federal funding into the 2020 Metropolitan Council Regional Solicitation Program for funding in years 2024 and 2025; and

WHEREAS, there is a required twenty percent local funding match to any project awarded to an agency under the Regional Solicitation Program; and

WHEREAS, the City commits to ensuring that all sidewalks and bikeways included in these project applications will be fully open for use and cleared of snow throughout the winter, either by City staff or by adjacent property owners per existing City ordinances; and

WHEREAS, the projects to be submitted by the City under the Metropolitan Council Regional Solicitation are as follows:

- Kellogg/3rd Street Bridge Replacement

- Capital City Bikeway Construction - Kellogg Blvd from St. Peter to John Ireland

- Robert Street Reconstruction - Kellogg to 11th

- University Avenue Reconstruction - 35E to Lafayette

- Crossroads Elementary Safe Routes to School Project

- Burns/Suburban Sidewalk Infill Project

- Saint Paul Traffic Signal Enhancement and Modernization Phase 5

- Sam Morgan Regional Trail Segments 1 & 4 Reconstruction

- Point Douglas Regional Trail Phase 1 Construction


WHEREAS, these projects fall within appropriate funding categories and meet the conditions and requirements specified for eligibility of federal funding; now, ...

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