MEETING OF THE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

Wednesday | April 22, 2020
Virtual 1A | 2:30 PM

 

NOTICE:  Governor Walz has declared a peacetime emergency (Emergency Executive Order 20-01) in response to COVID-19 and the Metropolitan Council Chair has determined it is not practical or prudent to conduct an in-person Management Committee meeting for reasons stated in the Governor’s Emergency Executive Order. Accordingly, Management Committee members will participate in this meeting via telephone or other electronic means and the Management Committee meeting will be conducted under Minnesota Statutes section 13D.021 at the location, date, and time stated above. Members of the public may monitor this meeting by using this call-in number (888) 742-5095 and Passcode 3066463134. If you have comments about a matter on the agenda, please submit via email to public.info@metc.state.mn.us.
 

AGENDA

I.

CALL TO ORDER

II.

APPROVAL OF AGENDA

III.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

March 25, 2020 of the Special meeting of the Management Committee

IV.

BUSINESS

  1. 2020-121: Award General Obligation Debt Within Established Financial Parameters; Resolutions 2020-5, 2020-6 (Rich Koop, Senior Manager, Treasury, 651-602-1629)
  2. 2020-127: Temporary Staffing Services (Todd Rowley, Director – Talent Management, 651-602-1448)

V.

INFORMATION

  1. 2019 Workforce Report (Marcy Syman, Director Human Resources, 651-602-1417)
  2. MCUB Goals Review (Cyrenthia Jordan, Director, Office of Equal Opportunity, 651-602-1085; Jody Jacoby, Director of Procurement, 651-602-1144)
  3. Annual Risk Management Claims/Liability Statistics (Phil Walljasper, Director Risk Management and Claims, 651-602-1787)
Motion to close meeting to the public
  4. Discussion of Attorney-Client Privileged matters and Litigation issues (Ann Bloodhart, General Counsel, 651-602-1105)
 
D&T Eden Prairie, LLC v. Metropolitan Council 
WPG Northtown Venture, LLC v. Metropolitan Council  
Trackworks LLC  v. Metropolitan Council 
Barry Segal v. Metropolitan Council 
Betty Sturm and Darlene Smith v. Metropolitan Council 
Stephanie Sims v. Met Council 
Thomas Ruffenach v. Metropolitan Council 
Marlon Carter and Jeffrey Bailey v. First Transit and Metropolitan Council 
Jurand Enterprises, LLC and American Furniture Liquidation Center, Inc. v Metropolitan Council, Hennepin County, Hennepin County Regional Railroad Authority, State of Minnesota by its Commissioner of Transportation, and City of Brooklyn Park 
 
Motion to reopen meeting.

VI.

ADJOURNMENT

 
 
JT            Joint business item; presented at two or more committees prior to being presented at Council
SW          Action taken by Committee and Council the same week
*               Additional materials included for items on published agenda
**             Additional business item added following publication of agenda
***            Backup materials available at the meeting
 
NOTICE
A portion of this meeting may be closed to the public pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, section 13D.05, subdivision 3(b); Minneapolis Star and Tribune Co. v. Housing and Redevelopment Authority for the City of Minneapolis, 310 Minn. 313, 251 N.W.2d 620 (Minn. 1976); and Star Tribune v. Board of Education, Special School District No. 1, 507 N.W.2d 869 (Minn. Ct. App. 1993) which permit public bodies to close meetings to discuss attorney-client privileged matters.