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By James Roxbury
Wednesday May 27, 2015 at 2:14 pm

Harrisburg City Council Legislative Agenda.


• Report from MSW Consultants regarding City Sanitation Services.

City collection is out of sight, out of mind.

The cost of water getting into dumpsters.

Susan Brown Wilson.

How much revenue have we lost in respect to accounts not paying.

Brad Koplinski.

Put or play, 35,000 ton a year.

Some accounts had waivers going back 20 years.

Sandra Reid.

Bulk items and illegal dumping.

Mayor Papenfuse.

Harrisburg school district, a loss of at least 10 million dollars during the Kohn years.

Council deserves credit.

Mr. West.

The system was screwed up tremendously.


Bill Cluck. The Environmental Advisory Council was not consulted.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES • Approval of the Legislative Session Minutes of May 12, 2015.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES • Report from Chair Williams on the Administration Committee Meeting of May 21, 2015.



ORDINANCES FOR FINAL PASSAGE • Bill 5-2015 - An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Harrisburg to technically amend and update Section 5-703.2 of the Codified Ordinances of the City, relating to the imposition and allocation of a parking tax, to conform with legislative Acts adopted in 2013 by the City Council for the implementations of the Harrisburg Strong Plan.


• Resolution 42-2015 – A Resolution approving a Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board Local Law Enforcement Grant Agreement between the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (“Grantor”) and the City of Harrisburg (“Grantee”) and the Humane Society of Harrisburg (“Co-Grantee”) for $160,572.48 of grant funds in year one and $136,842.18 in year two in order to prevent, investigate and prosecute unlawful gambling.

Gaming grants.

• Resolution 43-2015 – A Resolution ratifying the submission of a Federal Equitable Sharing Agreement and Certification to the United States Department of Justice to participate in the Federal Equitable Sharing Program.

• Resolution 49-2015 – A Resolution approving Third Proposed 2015 Budget Reallocations.

• Resolution 50-2015 – A Resolution authorizing the entry into a Street Lighting Upgrade and Guaranteed Savings Contract with The Efficiency Network to upgrade the City's streetlights and other exterior lights ("Project") and to monitor and guarantee cost savings from the upgrade in accordance with Act 39 known as the Pennsylvania Guaranteed Energy Savings Act, 62 PA.C.S. Sections 3751-3757.

• Resolution 51-2015 – A Resolution approving a Regional Connections Funding Grant Agreement and a related professional services contract with a design professional to be selected by a selection committee appointed by the Mayor to perform preliminary engineering for North Sixth Street, North Seventh Street and Division Street.

• Resolution 52-2015 – A Resolution authorizing the City of Harrisburg to enter into Agreements for the production and development of the Independence Day Festival for 2015.

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