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File #: 20-183    Version: 1
Type: Award of bid, rfp, etc. Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 2/5/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 2/18/2020 Final action:
Title: Approve the award of Cooperative Procurement 20-094, Police Utility Interceptor Hybrids, to Currie Motors for an amount not to exceed $347,634
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

ACTION REQUESTED:
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Approve the award of Cooperative Procurement 20-094, Police Utility Interceptor Hybrids, to Currie Motors for an amount not to exceed $347,634
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DEPARTMENT: Department of Public Works

SUBMITTED BY: Richard Dublinski, Director

BOARD/COMMISSION REVIEW:
N/A

BACKGROUND:
The vehicles listed in the chart below were reviewed and approved by the Fleet Economic Committee and Fleet Services Manager for replacement in the 2020 budget. Vehicles are evaluated for replacement based on four criteria: age, usage, condition and repair costs. A vehicle must receive a score of 23.0 or greater to be recommended for replacement. These vehicles exceed the minimum score as shown in the table below.

Unit#
Year
Amortized Life Cycle
Replacement Age
Minimum Criteria
Scored Criteria
Miles Guidelines
Usage Miles
Repair Costs
133
2013
4 Years
5.5 Years
23
28.15
120,000
98,988
$17,257.71
147
2015
7 Years
4.8 Years
23
28.31
80,000
96,514
$14,132.89
170
2015
4 Years
4.3 Years
23
27.49
120,000
111,944
$17,340.34
172
2013
4 Years
6.9 Years
23
30.01
120,000
113,935
$18,498.87
174
2015
4 Years
3.8 Years
23
28.02
120,000
103,747
$32,305.76
181
2013
4 Years
5.1 Years
23
28.21
120,000
112,642
$22,748.11
189
2017
4 Years
3.3 Years
23
27.11
120,000
116,604
$16,825.91










In the FY2020 budget process, the Police Department received approval to add four new police officers to their staff. The Police Department also received approval from the Fleet Economic Committee to add two new vehicles to the fleet to accommodate these new personnel. The new fleet units will be identified as Units 112 and 119.

DISCUSSION:
Units 133, 170, 172, 174, 181 and 189 are assigned to the Police Department - Patrol Division. The units will be replaced with 2020 Ford Utility Police Interceptor Hybrids specified identically to maintain fleet and operational conformity. All replacement and new units will be used in the same capacity as the current units.

Units 133 ...

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