Port of New Orleans January Meeting Agenda

Posted by Michelle Howard
Tuesday, January 21, 2014

The Porrt of New Orleans announced the agenda for the January 2014 Board of Commissioners meeting on Wednesday, January 22.

Agenda
Regular Meeting No. 7
Fiscal Year 2013-2014
Wednesday, January 22, 2014, 11:00 A.M.
Main Auditorium
1350 Port of New Orleans Place
New Orleans, Louisiana

 

I. Determination of Quorum and Call to Order

II. Pledge of Allegiance

III. Approval of Minutes of December, 2013, Meetings

IV. Acceptance of Financial Statement for December, 2013

V. Public Comment

VI. Actions Required

A. Consider Award of a Contract to Professional Construction Services, Inc., for First Street Wharf Structural Repairs (Ms. Keller)

B. Consider Award of a Contract to Hamp’s Construction, LLC, for a New Roof and Siding for the Morrison Yard Crane Shed Rehabilitation (Ms. Keller)

C. Consider Award of a Contract to Perez, APC, for Building Demolition (Ms. Keller)

D. Consider Approval of a Resolution Ratifying the President and Chief Executive Officer’s Action to Enter into an  Amendment to the Contract with Kostmayer Construction, LLC, for Removal and Disposal of Unknown Infrastructure Obstructing the Removal of the Conveyor Gallery at the Elaine Street Wharf (Ms. Keller)

E. Consider Approval of a Resolution Authorizing the President and Chief Executive Officer to Enter into a Contract with Double Aught Construction, LLC, to Construct Support Pedestals for the Fixed Walkway at the Erato Street Cruise Terminal to Accommodate Modifications for the Carnival Dream (Mr. Jumonville)

F. Consider Approval of a Resolution Authorizing the President and Chief Executive Officer to Compromise and Settle the Board’s Claim for Damages to Crane No. 4 at the Nashville Avenue Terminal in That Certain Litigation Captioned Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans v. New Orleans Terminal, LLC, et al., Civil Action No. 11-2899, Section E, U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, on such terms as he may deem in his discretion to be appropriate and in the best interest of the Board (Mr. Gussoni)


 VII. Report by the President and Chief Executive Officer
 
 VIII. Old Business
 
 IX. New Business
 
 X. Adjournment 
 

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