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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 7/24/2018 11:30 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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18-0874 11. ProclamationsProclamation declaring July 22 - July 28, 2018, "Feria De Las Flores Week" and July 28, 2018 "Feria De Las Flores Day". Recognition of Mayor's "4th of July Big Bang Celebration" Regatta Winners. Swearing-In Ceremony for Newly Appointed Board, Commission, Committee and Corporation Members.presented  Action details Video Video
18-0871 135. 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 gas utility system, and pursuant to Texas Government Code § 551.072 to deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property rights associated with the gas utility system because deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the position of the governmental body in negotiations with a third person.discussed in executive session  Action details Video Video
18-0875 12. MinutesRegular Meeting of July 17, 2018 and Workshop Session of July 16, 2018.passedPass Action details Video Video
18-0878 13. AppointmentCorpus Christi Business and Job Development Corporation Corpus Christi B Corporation Mayor's Fitness Council Museum of Science and History Advisory Boardconfirmed  Action details Video Video
18-0790 14. ResolutionResolution for the Purchase and installation of Storage Cabinets for the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History - Sole Source Resolution authorizing a four month service agreement with Southwest Solutions Group, of Lewisville, Texas for the purchase and installation of storage cabinets for a total amount not to exceed $218,299.passedPass Action details Not available
18-0739 15. MotionFour-year Service Agreement for Emergency or Disaster Response Services Motion authorizing a four-year service agreement with Garner Environmental Services, Inc. of Deer Park, Texas to secure required equipment and services in the event of an emergency or disaster for a total amount of $200,000 via General Services Administration’s (GSA) Cooperative.passedPass Action details Not available
18-0797 16. ResolutionResolution approving submission of a grant application for Beach Cleaning and Maintenance Resolution approving Texas General Land Office’s Beach Cleaning and Maintenance Assistance Program FY 2018-2019 grant application.passedPass Action details Not available
18-0683 17. MotionFour-Year Service agreement for Bio-Monitoring Testing Services for Wastewater Treatment Plants Motion authorizing a four-year service agreement with Bio-Aquatic Testing Inc., of Carrollton, Texas for bio-monitoring testing services for the wastewater treatment plants for a total amount not to exceed $173,040.passedPass Action details Not available
18-0788 18. MotionAmendment No. 1 to the Master Services Agreement for Professional Survey Services Motion authorizing Amendment No. 1 to the Master Services Agreement with Urban Engineering of Corpus Christi, Texas in the amount of $60,000 for a total restated fee of $85,000 for Professional Survey Services per year with the option to administratively renew for one additional year for a total contract price of $170,000.passedPass Action details Not available
18-0725 110. MotionPurchase of Three Trucks for Solid Waste Operations Motion authorizing the purchase of one side loading refuse truck from Rush Truck Center of New Braunfels, Texas, and two self-loading brush trucks from Houston Freightliners of Houston, Texas via HGAC and two Chassis for the trucks from Petersen Industries of Lake Wells, Florida via NJPA for a total amount not to exceed $650,394.80.passedPass Action details Not available
18-0744 111. MotionDisaster Debris Clearing, Removal and Disposal Services Motion authorizing a two-year service agreement to provide disaster debris clearing, removal and disposal services with TFR Enterprises, Inc., of Leander, Texas for $168,893,230, with two two-year options for a total potential multi-year amount of $506,679,690.passedPass Action details Not available
18-0737 112. MotionTwo-year Service Agreement for Storm Debris Removal Monitoring and Consulting Services Motion authorizing a two-year service agreement to provide storm debris monitoring and consulting services with Thompson Consulting Services, LLC, of Lake Mary, Florida for $871,875, with two two-year options for a total potential multi-year amount of $2,615,625.passedPass Action details Not available
18-0800 113. MotionMaster Agreement - Municipal Lease Line of Credit Motion approving a two-year Master Lease-Purchase Financing Agreement with JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. of Chicago, Illinois for an estimated expenditure of $11,883,665, with three additional options for one-year periods.passedPass Action details Not available
18-0802 214. Public Hearing / First ReadingSecond Reading Ordinance - Rezoning property at or near 1752 Flour Bluff Drive (1st Reading 7/17/18) Case No. 0518-02 Siecoast Development, Inc.: Ordinance rezoning property at or near 1752 Flour Bluff Drive from “RM-1” Multifamily 1 District to the “CN-1” Neighborhood Commercial District. Planning Commission and Staff Recommendation (May 30, 2018): Approval of the change of zoning from the "RM-1" to the “CN-1”.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
18-0803 215. Public Hearing / First ReadingSecond Reading Ordinance - Rezoning property at or near 4549 Violet Road (1st Reading 7/17/18) Case No. 0518-03 Elaine Pittman and James Massur: Ordinance rezoning property at or near 4549 Violet Road from “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District to the “RV” Recreational Vehicle Park District. Planning Commission and Staff Recommendation (May 30, 2018): Approval of the change of zoning from the "RS-6" to the “RV”.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
18-0776 217. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Accepting and appropriating grant funds for the purchase of body cameras for the Police Department (1st Reading 7/17/18) Ordinance accepting $156,000 from State of Texas, Office of the Governor Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant for purchase of body cameras with a City cash match of $39,000; and appropriating $156,000 in the Police Grants Fund.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
18-0807 218. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Accepting and appropriating the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant within the Police Department (1st Reading 7/17/18) Ordinance authorizing acceptance of grant from U. S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance, in amount of $167,457 for FY 2017 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program; and appropriating $167,457 in the Police Grants Fund to fund enhancement of law enforcement efforts with 50% funds distributed to Nueces County per interlocal agreement.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
18-0825 219. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Accepting and appropriating grant for Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force Program wihtin the Police Department (1st Reading 7/17/18) Ordinance authorizing acceptance of grant from Office of the Attorney General for Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force program, in amount of $10,010 for the ICAC program within the Police Department; and appropriating the $10,010 in Police Grants Fund.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
18-0713 220. Public Hearing / First ReadingSecond Reading Ordinance - Partial utility easement closure located at 4030 Giants Drive (1st Reading 7/17/18) Ordinance abandoning and vacating 7-feet (420-square feet) of an existing 15-foot utility easement out of Lot 19, Block 3, Manhattan Estates Unit 4 Subdivision, located at 4030 Giants Drive and requiring the owner, Richard Ocanas, to comply with the specified conditions.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
18-0792 221. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - 2018 Que Bueno Taco Festival Agreement (1st Reading 7/17/18) Ordinance authorizing an agreement with Corpus Christi PATCH, Inc. to allow use of Artesian Park and portions of Taylor, Mesquite, Starr and Chaparral Streets for the Que Bueno Taco Festival and related activities on September 15, 2018.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
18-0755 222. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Appropriating $550,000 for Selena Auditorium elevator modernization project (1st Reading 7/17/18) Ordinance appropriating $550,000 from the unreserved fund balance of the Hotel Occupancy Tax Fund for modernization of elevators at the Selena Auditorium; and amending the FY18 operating budget.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
18-0796 223. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Appropriating $500,000 from Worker's Compensation Reserve Fund Balance for higher-than-actuarially-calculated worker’s compensation costs (1st Reading 7/17/18) Ordinance appropriating $500,000 from the Reserved Fund Balance in the Workers’ Compensation Fund for payment of higher-than-actuarially calculated workers compensation costs and amending the FY17-18 Budget.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
18-0831 216. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance Adopting the City of Corpus Christi’s Proposed FY2018-2019 Consolidated Annual Action Plan (1st Reading 7/17/18) Ordinance adopting the fiscal year (FY) 2018-2019 Consolidated Annual Action Plan (CAAP) for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), and the HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) Programs funding from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute all documents necessary to submit the CAAP, accept and appropriate funding for the approved CAAP projects and further execute funding agreements, amendments or other documents necessary to implement the FY2018-2019 CAAP with organizations for approved projects.passed on second readingPass Action details Video Video
18-0789 19. ResolutionResolution Approving Construction Contracts for Residential Street Rebuild Program (RSRP) Bond 2016 Resolution rejecting bids and authorizing construction contracts with A. Ortiz Construction & Paving, Inc., of Corpus Christi, Texas in the amount of $4,570,000 for Base Bid Part 1 and with J. Carroll Weaver, Inc., of Sinton, Texas in the amount of $4,390,000 for Base Bid Part 2 for the Bond 2016 Residential Street Rebuild Program Project.passedPass Action details Video Video
18-0832 124. Public Hearing / First ReadingSecond Reading Ordinance - Special Permit Time Extension for a property at or near 7442 Wooldridge Road (1st Reading 7/24/18) Case No. 0618-01 Dorsal Development, LLC.: Ordinance granting a time extension of the “RM-1/SP” Multifamily 1 District with a Special Permit on a property at or near 7442 Wooldridge Road. Planning Commission and Staff Recommendation (June 13, 2018): Approval of the requested Special Permit time extension for a period of 6 months.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
18-0873 125. MotionChange Order No. 12 for O.N. Stevens Water Treatment Plant High Service Building No. 3 (Capital Improvement Program) Motion authorizing Change Order No. 12 with PLW Cadagua Partners of The Woodlands, Texas in the amount of $300,000 for the O.N. Stevens Water Treatment Plant High Service Building No. 3. (Capital Improvement Program - CIP)passedPass Action details Video Video
18-0749 126. MotionTwo Construction Contracts for Community Development and Improvements - Bill Witt Park (Bond 2012, Proposition 4) Motion authorizing a construction contract with ABBA Construction LLC of Laredo, Texas in the amount of $282,999.75 for Base Bid A and a construction contract with Mako Contracting of Corpus Christi, Texas in the amount of $572,533.22 for Base Bid B for Community Park Development and Improvements - Bill Witt Park project. (Bond 2012, Proposition 4).passedPass Action details Video Video
18-0684 127. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Accepting and appropriating developer contributions, other donations and interest earnings for park improvements (1st Reading 7/24/18) Ordinance to accept and appropriate $846,228.34 in developer contributions, other donations and interest earnings in the Community Enrichment Fund for park improvements.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
18-0625 128. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Lease Agreement for Tom Graham Park (1st Reading 7/24/18) Ordinance authorizing a five-year lease with an option to extend for an additional five year term with Grow Local South Texas, Inc. for use of Tom Graham Park at 3914 Up River Road for a public gardening program.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
18-0833 129. Public Hearing / First ReadingSecond Reading Ordinance - Exemption from the Wastewater Lot or Acreage Fees for Water's Edge at Kitty Hawk Unit 2 (1st Reading 7/24/18) Ordinance exempting Water’s Edge at Kitty Hawk Unit 2, located south of South Staples Street and west of Kitty Hawk Drive, from the payment of the wastewater lot or acreage fees under Section 8.5.2.G.1 of the Unified Development Code; requiring the owner/developer to comply with the specified conditions.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
18-0595 130. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Adopting Downtown Vacant Building Regulations (1st Reading 7/31/18) Ordinance amending Corpus Christi Code to adopt Downtown Vacant Building Regulations; and Providing for penalties.withdrawn  Action details Not available
18-0809 131. MotionProfessional Services Contract for Programmed Water Line Service Life Extension Indefinite Delivery / Indefinite Quanitity Program (Capital Improvement Program) Motion executing a professional services contract with Urban Engineering of Corpus Christi, Texas in the amount of $350,510 for Programmed Water Line Service Life Extension Indefinite Delivery / Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Project. (Capital Improvement Program)recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
18-0806 132. ResolutionResolution approving submission of five traffic safety improvement projects for Highway Safety Improvement grants (Bond 2016, TxDOT Participation) Resolution supporting the submission of multiple project proposals for Texas Department of Transportation Highway Safety Improvement Program grants for traffic signals.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
18-0726 133. MotionThree Supply Agreements for Purchase of Tires for Fleet Maintenance Motion authorizing three, one-year supply agreements for the purchase of Goodyear tires from Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. of Corpus Christi, Texas; Pursuit tires from GCR Tire and Service of Corpus Christi, Texas; and, Dunlop tires from Southern Tire Mart of Corpus Christi, Texas via BuyBoard cooperative for a total amount not to exceed $272,376.85.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
18-0870 134. 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 purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property rights owned by the City within the City of Corpus Christi at Cabra Park and property or adjacent to 1324 W. Broadway, Penn Place Park and property at or adjacent to 4302 Aaron, Congress Park and property at or adjacent to 4017 Capitol, Creekway Park and property at or adjacent to 7306 Prairie, property at or adjacent to 926 St. Bernard, and property at or adjacent to 6099 Ennis Joslin and/or 6053 Ennis Joslin, and/or other miscellaneous properties in the City limits owned by the City and pursuant to Texas Government Code § 551.072 to deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property (including, but not limited to, property rights at or in the vicinity of the aforementioned locations) because deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the position of the governmental body in negotiations with a third perdiscussed in executive session  Action details Not available
18-0902 136. 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 Consulting Services Agreement between the City of Corpus Christi and the Corpus Christi Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, the provision of economic development assistance by/through said entity to business prospect(s), and state law restrictions on the use of hotel occupancy funds, and Texas Government Code § 551.087 to discuss or deliberate regarding commercial or financial information relating to some or all of the aforementioned matters and entities that the governmental body seeks to have locate, stay, or expand in or near the territory of the governmental body and with which the governmental body is conducting economic development negotiations and/or financial or other incentives involving said business prospect.discussed in executive session  Action details Not available