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14542 1 RESOLUTION NO. 14,542 2 3 A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE CITY MANAGER TO ENTER 4 INTO CONTRACTS WITH FIVE (5) ORGANIZATIONS TO PROVIDE 5 AFTERCHOOL/OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME PREVETION PROGRAMS 6 AND YOUTH INTERVENTION PROGRAMS, WHICH WERE 7 APPROVED BY THE COMMISSION ON CHILDREN, YOUTH AND 8 FAMILIES FOR 2017; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. 9 10 WHEREAS, as part of the continued efforts to fund special programs with Prevention and 11 Intervention Dollars that will benefit youth and young adults within the City; and, 12 WHEREAS, after a competitive selection process the Commission on Children, Youth and Families 13 met to review the qualifications and responses of the various groups, and now has recommendations for 14 the approval of certain awards; 15 NOW,THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CITY 16 OF LITTLE ROCK,ARKANSAS: 17 Section 1. The City Manager is authorized to enter into Contracts with the following entities in the 18 listed amounts for 2017 to provided identified programs: 19 (a) The following Positive Prevention Programs shall be funded in the amount of Seventy-Five 20 Thousand Dollars ($75,000.00) for Fiscal Year 2017 and shall serve the areas and age 21 groups noted: 22 1. Pulaski County Youth Services Ages 12-17 West Little Rock 23 2. Brandon House Ages 6-11 Midtown Little Rock 24 25 (b) The following Youth Intervention Programs shall be funded in the amount of Seventy-Five 26 Thousand Dollars ($75,000.00) for Fiscal Year 2017 and shall serve the areas and genders 27 noted: 28 1. ABC Adolescent Center Female East Little Rock 29 2. ABC Adolescent Center Male East Little Rock 30 3. MOI-Bridge 2 Success Female Midtown Little Rock 31 Section 2. Funds for these programs are available in the 2017 Budget for the Community Programs 32 Department. 33 Section 3. (a)The term for each contract listed in Section 1 of this resolution shall be for a period of [Page g ] 1 nine(9)months with a start date of April 1, 2017, and an understanding that the City ratifies, accepts, and 2 will compensate any work done between April 1,2017, and the effective date of this resolution. 3 (c) The City, in its sole discretion and upon mutual agreement of the parties, may extend a 4 contract for a one (1)-year period, not to exceed two (2) additional extensions, one to begin 5 January 1,2018, and the other to begin January I,2019. 6 Section 4. All payments are conditioned upon entry into contracts for services that are in a form 7 acceptable to the City Attorney; further, nothing in this resolution prevents the City from being able to 8 offer similar services to any vendor during 2017 if, it its sole discretion, it decides to do so. 9 Section 5. Severability. In the event any title, section, paragraph, item, sentence, clause, phrase, or 10 word of this resolution is declared or adjudged to be invalid or unconstitutional, such declaration or 11 adjudication shall not affect the remaining portions of this resolution,which shall remain in full force and 12 effect as if the portion so declared or adjudged invalid or unconstitutional were not originally a part of the 13 resolution. 14 Section 6. Repealer. All laws, ordinances and resolutions, or parts of the same, that are inconsistent 15 with the provisions of this resolution,are hereby repealed to the extent of such inconsistency. 16 ADOPTED: April 18,2017 17 ATTEST: APPROVED., • 18 / . 19 A�1��'��' L.` _4!!' . 20 Allison Segar , sistant City Clerk Mark Stodola, a .r 21 APPROVED AS TO LEGAL FORM: 22 • 23 '.�._ 24 Thomas M. Carpenter, City Attorn 25 // 26 // 27 // 28 // 29 // 30 // 31 // 32 // 33 // 34 // 35 // [Page 2 of 2]