Monday, July 28, 2014

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS, ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT, RFP #ERP-001, FINANCE, PAYROLL, HUMAN RESOURCE SYSTEM, JUNE 5, 2014

ABSTRACT:  PROJECT OVERVIEW “The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea recently adopted an Information Technology Strategic Plan. A key component of the Plan is the implementation of an Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) system.” Components envisioned include: Financial, Human Capital, Community, Work Orders, Workflow, Fleet, Public Safety.  The REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS, ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT, RFP #ERP-001, FINANCE, PAYROLL, HUMAN RESOURCE SYSTEM, JUNE 5, 2014, document, including RFP #ERP-001 FINANCE, PAYROLL, HUMAN RESOURCE SYSTEM ADDENDUM 1 - JUNE 16, 2014, is embedded.  Notice Intent to Award Contract 07-28-2014, according to Table 1: Events/Actions – RFP ERP-001.

Rfq Finance, Payroll, Human Resource System 2014
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS, ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT, RFP #ERP-001, FINANCE, PAYROLL, HUMAN RESOURCE SYSTEM, JUNE 5, 2014

Sunday, July 27, 2014

LIFE-SAFETY REMEDY 'PUNCH-LIST' FOR REOPENING OF THE FOREST THEATRE & SITE, June 2, 2014

ABSTRACT: FOREST THEATRE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA, LIFE-SAFETY REMEDY "PUNCH-LIST" FOR REOPENING OF THE FOREST THEATRE & SITE, prepared by R.F. McCann & Company, dated 06/02/2014, document is embedded. "The Punch List identifies compromised safety relative to occupancy areas and facilities" under four general categories, namely Main Stage, Audience Seating, Accessory Facilities and Accessibility for the Disabled. "Cost to implement repairs and/or replacements ranges from $2 million to $4 million and requires between 24 and 36 months."
FOREST THEATRE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA
LIFE-SAFETY REMEDY "PUNCH-LIST" FOR REOPENING OF THE FOREST THEATRE & SITE
Date: 06/02/2014
R.F. McCann & Company
Theatre Architecture For Performing Arts and the Entertainment Industry

The Flanders Mansion Lease & Rehabilitation Project

ABSTRACT: The Flanders Mansion Lease & Rehabilitation Project document is embedded.  “The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea is seeking the professional services of a leasing agent to find a long-term tenant for an unusual, residential property owned by the City.” “The community's vision is to find a long-term, single-family residential tenant capable of rehabilitating the property. The City would credit the tenant's expenditures for rehabilitation to offset a significant portion of the rent. The lease term is negotiable, but the City has assumed that 20 years (+/-) would be appropriate. The tenant would pay all costs for maintenance and repair during the term of the lease, after which the property would be returned to the City.”

The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
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The Flanders Mansion Lease & Rehabilitation Project

Friday, July 25, 2014

Carmel Police Department: City’s Mcinchak ‘Investigation’ CLOSED

“The investigation concerned allegations that Steve McInchak unlawfully gained access to personnel files and information.” “The examiner was unable to provide sufficient information to proceed further with the investigation. Based on the inability to further the investigation, the police department has closed the case,” according to a statement announced by Carmel Police Chief Mike Calhoun late Thursday afternoon.

Source: PINE CONE STAFF REPORT, The Carmel Pine Cone, July 25, 2014, 1A

Carmel closes case against IT manager citing lack of information
By Herald staff, 07/24/2014
Excerpt Highlight:
Citing lack of sufficient information, the Carmel Police Department has closed its investigation of the city's information system manager Steve McInchak.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

MONTEREY HERALD COVERAGE OF ‘Save Carmel Together’

Critics want Carmel's top administrator fired
By Larry Parsons
lparsons@montereyherald.com @LParsons69 on Twitter
POSTED:   07/23/2014

Excerpt Highlights:
Bayne, whose group Save Carmel Together she said has about 12 members, contends the policies and actions of Stilwell have taken a toll on the city's finances and its international reputation.
"Our agenda is to get Carmel back on the straight and narrow," Bayne said.
The petition lists nine items for which the group finds fault with Stilwell. They range from a wave of terminations and resignation of several longtime workers and at least two pending civil suits filed by employees to the hiring of out-of-town attorneys and a $900,000 tab for a new restroom at the south end of Carmel Beach.