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Public Facilities Commission meeting (PFD)

The presenter is the Public Facilities Department.

RE: COVID-19, Temporary Practices
 
ATTENDANCE
In accordance with Governor Baker's March 12, 2020 Executive Order modifying certain requirements of the Open Meeting Law and relieving public bodies of certain requirements, including the requirement that public bodies conduct its meetings in a public place that is open and physically accessible to the public, the Public Facilities Commission (PFC) will be conducting its meetings virtually. This enables the PFC to conduct its usual business while adhering to public health recommendations and ensuring public access to its deliberations through adequate, alternative means.
 
You can watch these virtual meetings on Boston City TV at Xfinity channel 24, RCN channel 13, Fios channel 962, and live-streaming on our website.
 
These practices in effect since May 11, 2020 will remain in effect until further notice.  Updates to these practices will be posted as appropriate.
 

Discussion Topics

  1. VOTE 1: James Sessum, Project Manager

    Amendment to the vote of July 22, 2020: Regarding a contract with Studio ENEE Inc., to provide architectural design and construction administration services associated with the Boston Centers for Youth and Families (BCYF) Mattahunt Community Center Renovations project located at 100 Hebron Street, Mattapan.

    Time Extension and Increase of $255,869.53

    That the vote of this Commission at its meeting of November 14, 2018 and, thereafter, as amended on July 22, 2020, regarding a contract with Studio ENEE Inc., to provide architectural design and construction administration services associated with the Boston Centers for Youth and Families (BCYF) Mattahunt Community Center Renovations project located at 100 Hebron Street, Mattapan;

    be, and hereby is, amended as follows:
     
    By deleting the following words and figures: “July 31, 2021, at a cost not to exceed $270,333.33, including $75,000 for additional services, based on an estimated construction cost of $1,952,959.” and substituting in place thereof the following words and figures: “December 31, 2022, at a cost not to exceed $526,202.86, including $120,000 for additional services, based on an estimated construction cost of $4,701,422.”
     
    The Director is, also, authorized to execute such amendment, in the name and on behalf of the Commission, upon receipt of said written authority from the Mayor.
     
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