The FY24 Indian Health Services Preventing Alcohol-Related Deaths Grant has allocated $160,000 for the administration of Evaluation Services. This Contract is effective from July 1, 2023, to April 30, 2024. Typically evaluation cost is 10- 20% of a grant. Evaluation is a required component of the PARD grant and will include the additional evaluation of all-new programs. Evaluation will include a comprehensive evaluation plan with clearly identified measurable outcomes; a timeline for finalizing the set of intended outcomes, metrics for measuring quality; and a timeline for when milestones and outcomes will be achieved.
Public Works-Airport Division is requesting for the City Council’s approval of Resolution No. 2023-14 for the above-mentioned agreements. The funding will be utilized to hire Armstrong Consultants who is the City of Gallup Municipal Airports contracted Architectural, Engineering, and Planning Services to complete the Airport Master Plan.
Staff is respectfully asking for the approval of the Award of Contract to Armstrong Consultants, Incorporated. Procuring their professional services once again will help expedite the process of completing the project in a timely manner for Task Order “A” Airport Master Plan.
FAA Grant No. 3-35-0019-031-2023 in the amount of $300,000 and NMDOT Aviation Grant No. GUP-23-02 in the amount of $81,787 plus City Sponsor Share of $3,856 to complete the Gallup Municipal Airport Master Plan. In-turn the Master Plan will meet future airport design standards for air and landside development needs over a twenty-year planning period. The FAA uses the Master Plan to justify and support future Airport Improvement Program Grants. Both grants are reimbursable. The existing plan is outdated and was last done in 2005.
The total Award amount is $385,643 that includes NMGRT of 8.1875%. The breakdown is 90/9/1 which is 90% funded by the FAA at an amount of $300,000; and 9% funded by the State at an amount of $81,787; and 1% City match of $3,856. Matching funds have already been budgeted in the Airport CIP and placed in the Fund 515 for this project.
The Sr. Program is requesting a Budget Adjustment of $24,368.65 from the Senior Program Fund Balance to close-out FY 22-23 outstanding/future Direct Service invoices associated with the Gallup Senior Program.
The FY24 Indian Health Services Preventing Alcohol-Related Deaths Grant has allocated $550,000 for the administration of Social Detox, Expanded Shelter, and Peer Support/Case Management Services.