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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 1/16/2018 11:30 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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18-0093 11. ProclamationsProclamation declaring January 17, 2018, "Dr. Hector P. Garcia's 104th Birthday Celebration Day". Commendation for Milton Corbin - In Honor of his Service to his Country on his 97th Birthday. Commendation for Pedro C. Ramirez - Honoring Him for His Service to His Country & the City of Corpus Christi Upon His 97th Birthday. Presentation donating to "Mayor's Hurricane Harvey Fund" by St. James Syrian Orthodox Church of Corpus Christi, on behalf of the Archdiocese of the Syrian Orthodox Church of North America.presented  Action details Video Video
18-0098 12. MinutesRegular Meeting of January 9, 2018.passedPass Action details Video Video
18-0109 13. AppointmentAd Hoc Nominating Committee - City Auditor Selection Processconfirmed  Action details Video Video
17-1512 14. MotionPurchase of Police Vehicles Motion approving the purchase of 45 police vehicles from Caldwell Country Ford dba Rockdale Country Ford, of Rockdale, Texas, based on the cooperative purchasing agreement with Texas Local Government Purchasing Cooperative, dba BuyBoard for the total amount not to exceed $1,389,685.00. Funds have been approved for FY2017-2018.passedPass Action details Not available
17-1529 15. MotionPurchase of Two 15-Passenger Vans for the Police Department Motion approving the purchase of two 15-passenger vans from Caldwell Country Chevrolet from Caldwell, Texas, based on the cooperative purchasing agreement with Texas Local Government Purchasing Cooperative, dba BuyBoard for the total amount not to exceed $58,788.00, funded in FY2017-18.passedPass Action details Not available
17-1545 16. MotionPurchase of three 2018 Medic Units for the Fire Department Motion approving the purchase of three 2018 Medic Units from Knapp Chevrolet, of Houston, Texas, based on the cooperative purchasing agreement with Local Government Purchasing Cooperative dba BuyBoard, for a total amount not to exceed $669,725.00, for which funds are budgeted for FY2017-18 in the Fleet Maintenance Service Fund.passedPass Action details Not available
17-1432 17. ResolutionResolution amending the Reformed Cooperative Agreement with Nueces County for operation of the Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District Resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute a Second Amendment to the Reformed Cooperative Agreement between the City of Corpus Christi and the County of Nueces County, Texas to Operate a Public Health District, to provide for additional cost-shares of expenditures from the County to the City.passedPass Action details Not available
17-1463 18. MotionProfessional Services agreements for Geotechnical and Construction Materials Testing (Council Priority - Streets) Motion authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to execute three (3) separate two-year Master Services Agreements (MSAs) with not-to-exceed amounts of $800,000 each with Professional Service Industries, Rock Engineering & Testing Laboratory, and Tolunay-Wong Engineers for geotechnical engineering and construction materials testing. The aggregate not-to-exceed value of these three contracts is $2,400,000.passedPass Action details Not available
17-1570 19. MotionAccepting Reimbursement funds for Debris Removal Costs Associated with Hurricane Harvey Motion authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to accept $502,449.01 reimbursement from Texas Department of Public Safety of the City’s local cost share expended for debris removal costs under Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA’s) Public Assistance Disaster Grant Program for Hurricane Harvey.passedPass Action details Not available
17-1571 110. MotionProfessional Services Contract for Solid Waste Air Compliance and Gas System Monitoring 2018 Motion authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to execute a professional services contract with Stearns, Conrad and Schmidt, Consulting Engineers, Inc., (SCS) of Bedford, Texas in the amount of $158,840 for Solid Waste Air Compliance and Gas System Monitoring 2018.passedPass Action details Not available
18-0068 111. MotionEngineering Design Contract for Greenwood Wastewater Treatment Plant Electrical Improvements to Ultraviolet System (Capital Improvement Program) Motion authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to execute a professional services contract with Lockwood, Andrews, and Newnam, Inc. (LAN) of Corpus Christi, Texas in the amount of $537,441 for Greenwood Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) Electrical Improvements to Ultraviolet (UV) System for design, bid, and construction phase services. (Capital Improvement Program - CIP)passedPass Action details Not available
17-1460 112. MotionPurchase of a Pump Motor for O.N. Stevens Water Treatment Plant (Council Priority - Water) Motion authorizing the City Manager or designee to approve the purchase of a Teco Westinghouse pump motor for O.N. Stevens Treatment Plant from Weisinger Incorporated of Conroe, Texas in accordance with Request for Bid (RFB) No. 1358, based on the lowest responsive, responsible bid for a total amount not to exceed $85,588.00, budgeted in FY2017-18.passedPass Action details Not available
17-1528 113. ResolutionResolution for sole source purchase of Turbidity Meters and Equipment for O.N. Stevens Water Treatment Plant (Council Priority - Water) Resolution finding that the purchase of TU5 Series turbidity meters and equipment for O.N. Stevens Water Treatment Plant is necessary to preserve and protect the public health and safety of the city’s residents and a sole source procurement; and authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to purchase TU5 Series turbidity meters and equipment from Hach Company of Loveland, Colorado, for a total amount not-to-exceed $113,157.12.passedPass Action details Not available
17-1462 114. MotionSupply Agreement for Gas Meters for two years at $271,600.00 with two additional one-year options at a total potential multi-year amount of $543,200.00 Motion authorizing City Manager, or designee, to execute a supply agreement with Wilnat, Inc., of Tulsa, Oklahoma for the purchase of Gas Meters in response to Request for Bid No. 1391 based on the lowest responsive, responsible bid for a total amount not to exceed $271,600.00, with an estimated expenditure of $90,533.00 in FY2017-2018 funded by the Gas Fund. The term of the agreement is for two years with an option to extend for up to two additional one-year periods, subject to the sole discretion of the City, with a total potential multi-year amount of $543,200.00.passedPass Action details Not available
18-0015 215. Public Hearing / First ReadingSecond Reading Ordinance - Rezoning Property Located at 602, 606, and 646 South Clarkwood Road (Requires ¾ vote) (1st Reading 1/9/18) Case No. 1017-01 Yiu, Inc.: A change of zoning from the “R-MH” Manufactured Home District and “IL” Light Industrial District to the “RV” Recreational Vehicle Park District. The property is described as being a 15.8695-acre tract of land out of Assessors Map 148 Tract M, Survey 402 ABS 988, located on the east side of South Clarkwood Road approximately 1,880 feet south of State Highway 44. Planning Commission and Staff Recommendation (November 15, 2017): Approval of the change of zoning from the “R-MH” Manufactured Home District and “IL” Light Industrial District to the “RV” Recreational Vehicle Park District. Ordinance Ordinance amending the Unified Development Code (“UDC”), upon application by Yiu, Inc. (“Owner”), by changing the UDC Zoning Map in reference to a 15.8695-acre tract of land out of Assessors Map 148 Tract M, Survey 402 ABS 988, from the “R-MH” Manufactured Home District and “IL” Light Industrial District to the “RV” Recreational Vehicpassed on second readingPass Action details Not available
17-1488 216. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Accepting four grants from the Texas Office of the Governor Homeland Security Grant Division (1st Reading 1/9/18) Ordinance authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute all documents necessary to accept 4 grants totaling of $141,817.88 from the Texas Office of the Governor - Homeland Security Grant Division, Homeland Security Grant Program for training and equipment; and appropriating $141,817.88 from the Texas Office of the Governor - Homeland Security Grant Division, Homeland Security Grant Program into the No. 1062 Fire Grants Fund to carry out homeland security projects.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
17-1572 217. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Authorizing a five-year lease agreement for cattle grazing at the Former Westside Landfill - 75 acres (1st Reading 1/9/18) Ordinance authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute a five-year lease agreement with John Steven (Steve) Twilligear to utilize 74.84 acres at the former Westside Landfill for grazing cattle in consideration of a total annual lease payment of $2,170.36 for a total lease term amount of $10,851.80 based on $29 per acre.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
18-0020 118. Public Hearing / First ReadingPublic Hearing and First Reading Ordinance - Rezoning for a Property located at 7469 Convair Drive (3/4 Vote Required) Case No. 1117-02 Lydia Rios: A change of zoning from the “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District to the “RS-6/SP” Single-Family 6 District with a Special Permit (SP). The property is described as Rodd Place #2, Block 4, Lot 18, located at the southwest corner of Convair Drive and Silver Sands Drive, east of Rodd Field Road, and north of Holly Road. Planning Commission and Staff Recommendation (November 15, 2017): Approval of the change of zoning from the “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District to the “RS-6/SP” Single-Family 6 District with a Special Permit (SP) with conditions. Ordinance: Ordinance amending the Unified Development Code (“UDC”), upon application by Lydia Rios (“Owner”), by changing the UDC Zoning Map in reference to the property described as Rodd Place #2, Block 4, Lot 18, from the “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District to the “RS-6/SP” Single-Family 6 District with a Special Permit (SP); amending the Comprehensive Plan to account for any deviations; and providing forheard in public hearing/failed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
17-1496 419. Public Hearing / First ReadingSecond Reading Ordinance - Rezoning property located at 8154 Leopard Street and 8128 Leopard Street (Public Hearing 12/12/17) (1st Reading 12/19/17) (Tabled 1/9/18) Case No. 0917-02 Ardoin Inc.: A change of zoning from the “CG-2/SP” General Commercial District with Special Permit to the “IL” Light Industrial District. The property is described as being Suntide Industrial Park, Block 2, Lots 1 and 2, located along the north side of Leopard Street, east of Tuloso Road, and west of Suntide Road. Planning Commission and Staff Recommendation (November 1, 2017): Approval of the change of zoning from the “CG-2/SP” General Commercial District with Special Permit to the “IL” Light Industrial District. Ordinance: Ordinance amending the Unified Development Code (“UDC”), upon application by Ardoin Inc. (“Owner”), by changing the UDC Zoning Map in reference to Suntide Industrial Park, Block 2, Lots 1 and 2, from the “CG-2/SP” General Commercial District with Special Permit to the “IL” Light Industrial District; amending the Comprehensive Plan to account for any deviations; and provpassed on second reading as amendedPass Action details Video Video
18-0110 144. E-Session ItemExecutive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code § 551.071 and Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 1.05 to consult with attorneys concerning legal issues related to water supplies for industrial and other development, desalination, potential interlocal agreements with water districts and other governmental entities involving water or other utility services, utility rate regulation, reuse, provisions of the Texas Utility Code, TCEQ Regulations, EPA regulations, and other laws and regulations, potential agreements for the economic development agreement(s) with business prospects that are considering the construction, expansion, and/or ownership of industrial facilities that will be consumers of water and/or wastewater services, and potential creation of entities that could provide or assist in the provision of the aforementioned services, and pursuant to Texas Government Code § 551.087 to discuss confidential commercial or financial information pertaining to the aforesaid business prospect(s) that the City seeks to have locate, stay or expand in or near the territodiscussed in executive session  Action details Video Video
17-1473 220. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Amending the Code of Ordinances to Allow a Third-Party Inspection Reporting System (Council Priority - Water) (1st Reading 1/9/18) Ordinance amending Corpus Christi Code of Ordinances, Sections 14-281 & 14-291 authorizing third-party inspection reporting system for backflow preventers; authorizing the execution of a one year agreement with Brycer, LLC, of Warrenville, IL for a third-party inspection reporting system, with the option to renew annually with City Council approval; and providing for penalties and publication.postponed  Action details Not available
17-1456 221. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Creating Restrictions for Barge Dock Parking (1st Reading 12/12/17) Ordinance adding Chapter 53, Section 178 “Barge Dock Parking” to the Corpus Christi Code of Ordinances to prohibit parking at barge dock from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.; and providing an effective date, for severance, for penalty and for publication.postponed  Action details Not available
18-0046 122. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Accepting and appropriating a donation for the Corpus Christi Smoke Alarm Program (1st Reading 1/23/18) Ordinance authorizing the City Manager or designee to accept a donation from Walmart in the amount of $1,000 to be used to support the Corpus Christi Smoke Alarm Program; and appropriating $1,000 from Walmart into the Fire Grant Fund No. 1062.postponed  Action details Not available
18-0050 123. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Accepting and appropriating the 2017 Helping Heroes Grant Program funds (1st Reading 1/23/18) Ordinance authorizing the City Manager or designee to accept a grant from Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC 2017 Helping Heroes Grant Program in the amount of $10,000.00 to be used to purchase a Hazardous Chemical Detector; and appropriating $10,000.00 from Koch Companies Public Sector; LLC into the Fire Grant Fund No. 1062.postponed  Action details Not available
18-0047 124. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Closing utility easement located south of Yorktown Boulevard between Malamute Drive and Bay Drive (1st Reading 2/13/18) Ordinance abandoning and vacating 0.157 acre of an existing utility easement out of a portion of Rodd Village, Block 2, Lots 6,7,8,9 and 10, located south of Yorktown Boulevard between Malamute Drive and Bay Drive and requiring the owner, Hooten Family Trust and Thomas Nathan Clark, to comply with the specified conditions.postponed  Action details Not available
18-0049 125. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Closing utility easement located at 4002 and 4018 South Padre Island Drive (1st Reading 1/30/18) Ordinance abandoning and vacating 0.0446 acre of an existing utility easement out of Geo J. Merriman Subdivision, Lots 1-A and 4-A, located at 4002 and 4018 South Padre Island Drive and requiring the owner, Weber Dorado Partners, LLC., to comply with the specified conditions.postponed  Action details Not available
18-0048 126. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Approval of agreement and appropriating funds for AEL Development, LLC, for the Wastewater Collection Line Extension Construction and Reimbursement Agreement (1st Reading 1/30/18) Ordinance authorizing City Manager or designee to execute a wastewater collection line extension construction and reimbursement agreement (“Agreement”) with AEL Development, LLC. (“Developer”), for the construction of a sanitary sewer collection line and appropriating $52,514.90 from the No. 4220 Sanitary Sewer Collection Line Trust Fund to reimburse the Developer in accordance with the Agreement.postponed  Action details Not available
17-1520 127. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Amending City Code of Ordinances, Revising the City's Drought Contingency Plan (Council Priority - Water) (1st Reading 1/23/18) Ordinance revising Drought Contingency Plan; Amending City Code of Ordinances, Chapter 55, Article XII Water Resource Management, regarding water resource management including drought restrictions, providing an effective date of February 1, 2018; and providing for penalties.postponed  Action details Not available
18-0016 128. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Construction Contract for Mary Rhodes Pipeline Protection Upgrade (Capital Improvement Program) (Council Priority - Water) (1st Reading 1/23/18) Ordinance rejecting the apparent low bid of Down South Field Services, Inc. as non-responsive and authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract with Integrated Corrosion Companies, Inc. of Houston, Texas as the lowest responsive/responsible bidder in the amount of $525,732.63 for the Mary Rhodes Pipeline Cathodic Protection Upgrades.postponed  Action details Not available
18-0019 129. MotionProfessional Services Contract for Parks Master Plan Update Motion authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to execute a professional services contract with Freese and Nichols of Corpus Christi, Texas in the amount of $72,555 for the Parks Master Plan Update.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
18-0011 130. MotionConstruction Contract for Yorktown Boulevard from Lake Travis Drive to Everhart Road (Bond 2014, Proposition 1) (Council Priority - Streets) Motion authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to execute a construction contract with Berry Contracting LP dba Bay, Ltd, of Corpus Christi, Texas in the amount of $2,028,791.86 for Yorktown Boulevard from Lake Travis Drive to Everhart Road for the Base Bid. (Bond 2014 Proposition 1)recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
17-1566 131. MotionConstruction Contract for Staples Street from Kostoryz Road to Brawner Parkway (Bond 2012, Proposition 1) (Council Priority - Streets) Motion authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to execute a construction contract with Reytec Construction Resources, Inc., of Houston, Texas in the amount of $10,715,524.30 for Staples Street from Kostoryz Road to Brawner Parkway for Base Bid 1 (PCC). (Bond 2012 Proposition 1)recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
17-1574 132. MotionContract Amendment No. 2 for Allison Wastewater Treatment Plant Lift Station and Plant Improvements (Capital Improvement Plan) Motion authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to execute Amendment No. 2 to a professional services contract with Urban Engineering, of Corpus Christi, Texas in the amount of $618,902, for a total restated fee of $912,522, for Allison Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) Lift Station and Plant Improvements for design, bid, and construction phase services. (Capital Improvement Program - CIP)recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
17-1569 133. MotionConstruction Contract for LaVolla Creek Drainage Channel Excavation, Phase 1 (Capital Improvement Program) Motion authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to execute a construction contract with Haas Anderson Construction of Corpus Christi, Texas in the amount of $1,256,389 for the La Volla Creek Drainage Channel Excavation, Phase 1 project (Capital Improvement Program).recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
17-1553 134. MotionSupply Agreement for Brass Fittings for the Water Department (Council Priority - Water) Motion authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute a supply agreement with Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. of Corpus Christi, Texas for Brass Fittings for the Water Department in accordance with Request for Bid (RFB) No. 1362, based on the lowest responsive, responsible bid for a total amount not to exceed $144,149.15, with $32,033.00 budgeted in FY2017-18. The term of this agreement is for 36 months.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
18-0017 135. MotionService Agreement for Debris Removal for one year not-to-exceed amount of $279,510, with two additional one-year options for a potential multi-year amount up to $838,530 Motion authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute a service agreement with CrowderGulf, LLC of Theodore, Alabama for Debris Removal for the City of Corpus Christi in accordance with Request for Bid (RFB) No. 1372, based on the lowest responsive, responsible bid for a total amount not-to-exceed $279,510, budgeted in FY2017-18; the term of this agreement is for one year with option to extend for up to two additional one-year periods, by mutual agreement, with a total potential multi-year amount of up to $838,530.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
18-0095 136. MotionHomebuyer Assistance Program Amendment No. 1 between the Corpus Christi Business and Job Development Corporation and the City of Corpus Christi Motion to approve an amendment to the agreement between the Corpus Christi Business and Job Development Corporation and the City of Corpus Christi for the Type A Affordable Housing Program - Homebuyer Assistance Program and increasing expenditures in the Business and Job Development Fund No. 1140 by $100,000.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
18-0051 137. ResolutionResolution creating the Corpus Christi B Corporation and adopting a Certificate of Formation (Council Priority - Economic Development) Resolution finding that it is advisable that the Corpus Christi B Corporation be created as a Type B Corporation under the Development Corporation Act of 1979 and governed by chapters 501 and 505 of the Texas Local Government Code, approving Certificate Of Formation for the corporation, and specifying the public purposes which the corporation may further on behalf of the City of Corpus Christi.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
17-1558 138. PresentationPreserving the Birth and Death Records of the City of Corpus Christipostponed  Action details Not available
18-0039 139. PresentationCorpus Christi Fire Department Staffing Updatepostponed  Action details Not available
18-0099 140. PresentationBayfront Master Planpostponed  Action details Not available
18-0107 141. PresentationMunicipal Solid Waste (MSW) Charge Updatepostponed  Action details Not available
18-0053 143. E-Session ItemExecutive Session pursuant to Section Texas Government Code § 551.071 and Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 1.05 to consult with attorneys concerning legal issues related to the natural gas utility system.postponed  Action details Not available
18-0114 145. E-Session ItemExecutive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code § 551.071 and Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 1.05 to consult with attorneys concerning legal issues related to the municipal solid waste system service charge, Section 21-47 et seq. of the Corpus Christi Code of Ordinances, state, federal, and local regulation of solid waste disposal and transportation, and federal and state constitutional provisions related to flow control, land development, and municipal charges and fees.postponed  Action details Not available