The Tuscaloosa City Council took the following action at its Tuesday meeting:

• Authorized utility account credits; total: 2,604.39.

• Authorized payment to Brent McCaleb in settlement of a claim; total: $307.67.

• Authorized payment to the Estate of Julia C. Smith in settlement of a claim; total: $32,500.

• Authorized payment to the Alabama Municipal Insurance Corporation; total: $10,000.

• Authorized settlement of the Workers Compensation Claim of James Kent; total: $68,000.

• Authorized change order No. 1 for Lift Station 42 Pump and Valves Emergency Replacement; total: $61,903.92.

• Set Nov. 19 as the date for a hearing to set the cost of demolishing the building at 3329 18th St.; total: $1,979.16 plus court costs.

• Introduced an amendment to Section 20-14(b) of the Code of Tuscaloosa by declaring the removal of property from the Caplewood Drive Historic District. (Item failed to gain unanimous consent; will be carried over to November 12 meeting).

• Authorized the mayor to execute a development agreement with Alberta Technology Center LLC and SWJ Technologies LLC to provide economic development assistance for the construction of a new national headquarters and research facility at 2730 University Blvd. E.; total: not to exceed $250,000.

• Authorized a contract for engineering study and consulting services with TTL Inc. for planning, engineering, and administration support services for miscellaneous city projects, total: not to exceed $175,820.

• Tentatively awarded a public works contract to REV Construction Inc. for Queen City Sewer Jumper Line - Phase 1 project; total: $621,217.

• Tentatively awarded a public works contract to Cornerstone Civil Contractors LLC for Riverdale Sanitary Sewer Replacement – Phase II project; total: $328,694.53.

• Authorized a contract with SEAL Analytical Inc.; total: not to exceed $17,625.

• Authorized the mayor to execute Task Order Directive No. 2 with Jacobs for a risk and resiliency assessment and emergency response plan for the city’s water system as required by the America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018; total: not to exceed $170,000.

• Accepted the roadway, curb and gutter, storm sewer and sanitary sewer for Highgrove Phase I project.

• Authorized the mayor to execute a permit for the use of the city boat dock for the Columbus Foundation access by the Nina and Pinta replica ships.

• Amended the resolution Authorized a contract with Dale Carnegie & Associates Inc.

• Authorized the mayor and CFO to execute a letter of engagement with Mauldin & Jenkins, LLC to conduct annual audit services; total: not to exceed $165,000 plus allowed expenses.

• Adopted the 10th amendment to the fiscal year 2019 Water and Sewer Reserve for Future Improvement Fund.

• Reappointed members to boards of the Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports Commission and Tuscaloosa Housing Finance Corporation.

• Authorized purchase of one Pro-Bin Recycling Trailer from Pro-Trainer; total: $21,050.

• Authorized the chief financial officer to draw drafts for the Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Improvements Project property acquisitions; total: $35,000.

• Set Nov. 19 as the date for a public hearing to consider the revocation of the business license of High Tide, 508 Red Drew Ave.

• Authorized the payment of bills; total: $4,460.72.