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File #: 2015-1183    Version: 1
Type: Resolution Status: Passed Finally
File created: 1/9/2015 In control: Committee on Public Safety Services
On agenda: 1/13/2015 Final action: 1/27/2015
Enactment date: 1/27/2015 Enactment #: 13
Effective date: 2/2/2015    
Title: Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Public Safety to enter into an agreement or agreements with a vendor to provide licensed veterinary services to the City's Bureau of Animal Care & Control, including but not limited to the consistent supply and proper disposal of all drugs, needles, and syringes necessary for the humane euthanasia of wild animals and providing for the cost thereof. It is anticipated that the contractor will be required to spend approximately ten (10) hours per month with regard to these services, at an overall cost not to exceed $100,454.48, calculated at the rate of $50,227.24 per year.
Title
Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Public Safety to enter into an agreement or agreements with a vendor to provide licensed veterinary services to the City's Bureau of Animal Care & Control, including but not limited to the consistent supply and proper disposal of all drugs, needles, and syringes necessary for the humane euthanasia of wild animals and providing for the cost thereof. It is anticipated that the contractor will be required to spend approximately ten (10) hours per month with regard to these services, at an overall cost not to exceed $100,454.48, calculated at the rate of $50,227.24 per year.

Body
Be it resolved by the Council of the City of Pittsburgh as follows:

Section 1. The Mayor and the Director of the Department of Public Safety, on behalf of the City of Pittsburgh, are hereby authorized to enter into an agreement or agreements with a vendor to provide licensed veterinary services to the City's Bureau of Animal Care & Control. In addition to providing training to the City's Animal Control Officers, the selected vendor will also be responsible for providing a consistent supply and proper disposal of all drugs, needles, and syringes necessary for the humane euthanasia of wild animals and providing for the cost thereof. It is anticipated that the contractor will be required to spend approximately ten (10) hours per month with regard to these services, at an overall cost not to exceed $100,454.48, calculated at the rate of $50,227.24 per year. Qualified veterinarians must be licensed both in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and by the United States Drug Enforcement Agency.

Section 2. The City Controller shall encumber funds for said agreement or agreements, subject to the amount of funds to be appropriated by City Council in respective budget years from the following chart accounts:

Bud Yr Fund Org Sub-Class Account Amount

2015 11101 280000 53 5...

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