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File #: 55310    Version: Name: A SUBSTITUTE Resolution authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a non-competitive 3-year Services Agreement with Waste Management for disposal of certain solid waste material.
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 4/5/2019 In control: Engineering Division
On agenda: 4/30/2019 Final action: 4/30/2019
Enactment date: 5/6/2019 Enactment #: RES-19-00359
Title: A SUBSTITUTE Resolution authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a non-competitive 3-year Services Agreement with Waste Management for disposal of certain solid waste material. (City-Wide ADs)
Sponsors: Paul E. Skidmore
Attachments: 1. 55310 Version 1.pdf, 2. Waste Management Non-Competitive Selection Request - CC Approval Required April 2019.pdf
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution authorizes a non-competitive 3-year agreement with Waste Management for industrial waste services when applicable projects with contaminated soil are encountered. At this time there are no planned projects with contaminated soil and therefore no immediate fiscal impact exists for this proposed agreement. Future costs attributable to waste disposal under this agreement will be negotiated with Waste Management individually on a project-by-project basis and billed to the PW project account as is currently practiced.
Title
A SUBSTITUTE Resolution authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a non-competitive 3-year Services Agreement with Waste Management for disposal of certain solid waste material. (City-Wide ADs)
Body
WHEREAS, the City periodically excavates contaminated soil on City property or in City right of way during Public Works construction; and

WHEREAS, this contamination is typically associated with historical land uses, and may be from adjacent land owners; and

WHEREAS, when encountered, the City is required to follow state and federal laws on the handling and disposal of contaminated soils; and

WHEREAS, once excavated, contaminated soil is considered a solid waste and must be disposed of at a Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources-licensed solid waste landfill; and

WHEREAS, Waste Management has two DNR-certified solid waste landfills in the area and the City disposes of contaminated soil at one of two Waste Management landfills-Madison Prairie and Deer Track Park-at a significant cost savings to the City compared to the Dane County Rodefeld Landfill, where it cannot be used as daily cover; and

WHEREAS, it is possible the total cost of services over 3 years could exceed $50,000 if one or more large project(s) require significant removal of contaminated waste, and MGO 4.26 requires Common Council approval of service contracts exceeding $50,000 if the contractor was not selected through a competitive...

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