Meeting in a Minute – City Council

cityhallHere are some highlights from the City Council meeting of January 26, 2015. At this meeting, the City Council:

Received a presentation from representatives of the Culver City Sister City, Inc. who recently visited Culver City’s Sister City Iksan City, South Korea.

Presented a proclamation designating February as American Hearth Month and February 6, 2015 as “Go Red for Women Day.”

Received and filed the Measure Y Sales Tax Status Report.

Approved an amendment to the Professional Services Agreement with Haynes Building Services to begin providing janitorial services to the Culver City Transfer Station in the annual amount of $47,357.68 and the Culver City Police Station in the annual amount of $25,431.72.

Approved the following to improve efficiency and reduce energy usage at various City facilities: (1) a professional services agreement with Express Energy Services in the amount of $404,095.55, (2) a professional services agreement with Setpoint Systems Corporation in the amount of $575,603.00 to
implement an Energy Management System at various City facilities, and (3) a professional services
agreement with ACCO Engineered System s in the amount of $183,643.79 for the
installation of variable frequency fans for the supply and return air fan motors at City Hall as well as to connect the multi-zone direct expansion air handling units to the Central Plant at the Police Department.

Discussed the potential renaming of Washington Place and authorized the Mayor and Staff to conduct initial research and make initial contacts and report back to the City Council at a future date.

Requested additional information regarding The Exchange Club’s request for City-sponsorship of the First Annual First Responders’ Day in the Park and Softball Game at the next City Council meeting.

The next City Council meeting will occur on February 9, 2015 at 7:00 PM in the Rotunda Room at Veterans Memorial Building. You may access the agenda for this meeting by visiting

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