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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 4/23/2019 11:30 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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19-0571 11. ProclamationsProclamation declaring April 16, 2019, "TLC Complete Care Recognition Day". Proclamation declaring April 21-27, 2019, "Medical Laboratory Professionals Week". Proclamation declaring April 21-27, 2019, "National Community Development Week". Proclamation declaring April 28-May 4, 2019, "Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week" and May 1, 2019, "Maternal Mental Health Awareness Day". Proclamation declaring May 5-11, 2019, "National Children's Mental Health Awareness Week". Commendation for John LaRue. Swearing-In Ceremony for Newly Appointed Board, Commission, Committee and Corporation Members.presented  Action details Video Video
19-0580 12. MinutesRegular Meeting of April 16, 2019 and Special Meeting of April 15, 2019.passedPass Action details Video Video
19-0569 13. AppointmentBuilding Standards Board Coastal Bend Council of Governments Human Relations Commission Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee Water Resources Advisory Committeeconfirmed  Action details Video Video
19-0486 15. MotionService Agreement for Information Technology Consulting Services Motion authorizing a professional service agreement for IT consulting services with Peter Collins of Corpus Christi, Texas for a not to exceed value of $160,000.passedPass Action details Not available
19-0457 26. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Amending the Wastewater Collection System Master Plan by relocating lift station 13 to the as-built location (1st Reading 9/16/19) Ordinance amending the Wastewater Collection System Master Plan, an element of the Comprehensive Plan of the City of Corpus Christi, Texas, by relocating Lift Station 13 to the as-built location and adjusting alignment/size of the collection lines as identified in the Wastewater Collection System Master Plan, Oso W.R.P. Service Area, Area 1, as identified in the Master Sanitary Sewer Plan for the Southern Portion of Corpus Christi, Texas 1983; amending related elements of the City’s Comprehensive Plan; providing for severance; and providing for publication.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
19-0436 28. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Accepting and appropriating State Grant for Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education account for training and equipment (1st Reading 4/16/19) Ordinance accepting $26,109.20 from State of Texas - Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education Account; and appropriating $26,109.20 in Police Grants Fund.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
19-0487 29. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Cession agreement to cede extraterritorial jurisdiction of certain areas to the City of Portland (1st Reading 4/16/19) Ordinance providing for the cession by the City of Corpus Christi to the City of Portland of all annexation rights and police powers over and in certain tracts of land, by mutual agreement; and providing for publication.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
19-0553 210. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Approving amendment to TIRZ #2 Project and Financing Plan (1st Reading 4/16/19) Ordinance approving the amendment to the Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone #2 amended Project & Financing Plans approved by the Board of Directors of Reinvestment Zone Number Two, Corpus Christi, Texas, regarding the approval of funds up to $4,000,000 for the Park Road 22 Bridge Project.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
19-0475 14. MotionPayment for Cleaning of Sanitary Sewer Mains in the Downtown Area Motion authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to ratify payment to Ace Pipe Cleaning, Inc., in the amount of $194,768.75 for the cleaning of 8,044.9 linear feet of sanitary sewer mains in the downtown area (Broadway Basin).passedPass Action details Video Video
19-0493 27. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Dedicating Wetland Preserve for Harbor Bridge Replacement Project (HBRP) (1st Reading 4/16/19)(Tabled 4/23/19) Ordinance declaring and dedicating 16.744 acres of land located on North Beach as a wetland preserve; authorizing execution of the deed restriction and actions necessary to maintain the protected property as a wetland preserve subject to the conditions of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Permit and Final Mitigation Plan for the US 181 Harbor Bridge Replacement Project filed by Flatiron-Dragados, LLC.tabledPass Action details Video Video
19-0488 111. Corporation MeetingSpecial Meeting of the North Padre Island Development Corporationheld  Action details Video Video
19-0587 112. ResolutionResolution authorizing a Service Agreement for Autoscale System Support for Solid Waste Operations Resolution authorizing a five-year service agreement for autoscale hardware and software maintenance support with Mettler Toledo, Inc., of Columbus, Ohio for a total amount not to exceed $84,647.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0505 113. MotionPurchase of Guns for the Police Department Motion authorizing the purchase of new guns and exchange of trade-ins for credit for the Corpus Christi Police Department from Proforce Law Enforcement, of Prescott, Arizona for a total amount not to exceed $149,840.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0485 114. MotionPurchase of Police Utility Vehicles for the Police Department Motion authorizing the purchase of 23, 2020 Ford Police Interceptors from Silsbee Ford Inc. of Silsbee, Texas and five 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe police pursuit vehicles from Lake Country Chevrolet of Jasper, Texas for a combined total amount not to exceed $988,851.50 as per the following: Silsbee Ford Inc. Lake Country Chevrolet Silsbee, Texas Jasper, Texas $805,691.00 $183,160.50recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0501 115. ResolutionResolution for Renewal of Property Insurance for City-Owned Property Resolution authorizing renewal of property insurance, including All Risk, Flood, Named Storm, Wind/Hail, Earthquake, and Equipment Breakdown insurance, through Carlisle Insurance Agency, Broker of Record, for upcoming policy year (May 5, 2019 - May 5, 2020) in exchange for annual premium of $2,194,681.15.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0458 116. MotionService Agreement for Mowing and Grounds Maintenence Services Of Street Rights-of-Way, Circles and Medians for Storm Water Group 1 Motion authorizing a 42-month service agreement for mowing and grounds maintenance services of street rights-of-way, circles and medians for Storm Water Group 1 with CML Services, LLC of Corpus Christi, Texas for a total amount not to exceed $309,721.28.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0584 131. E-Session ItemExecutive session pursuant to Texas Government Code § 551.074 (Personnel Matters) to deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of the City Manager.discussed in executive session  Action details Video Video
19-0573 117. Public HearingFirst Public Hearing - La Quinta Corridor Annexation Public hearing on a proposed annexation of up to 1,500 acres of land generally located along the north side of Corpus Christi Bay within San Patricio County. This annexation includes parcels of land located between the Cities of Portland and Gregory from US Highway 181 to Farm-to-Market 2986; and parcels of land located south of State Highway 35, east of US Highway 181, and west of La Quinta Road.held  Action details Not available
19-0582 118. Public HearingSecond Public Hearing for the Annexation of 161.56 acres in the London Area Public hearing on a proposed annexation of land generally located on both sides of County Road 33 and to the north of FM 43.held  Action details Video Video
19-0484 219. OrdinanceFirst Reading Ordinance - Approving a Developer Agreement for Park Road 22 Bridge Ordinance appropriating $4,000,000 from the TIRZ #2 fund for construction of the Park Road 22 Bridge; and approving a developer agreement with Diamond Beach Holdings, LLC and Padre Island Holdings, LLC, which certifies the availability of $11,696,319.50 for the construction of the Park Road 22 Bridge and requires the award of the construction contract for the bridge after the third-party canal is completed.passed on second readingPass Action details Video Video
19-0530 120. MotionService Agreement for Body Worn Cameras for the Police Department Motion authorizing a five-year service agreement for body worn cameras for the Police Department with Turn-Key Mobile, Inc., of Jefferson City, Missouri for a total amount not to exceed $509,215.passedPass Action details Video Video
19-0455 121. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Appropriating funds for "one-time" purchases for the Police Department (1st Reading 4/23/19) Ordinance appropriating $74,920 from the Unreserved Fund Balance in the Crime Control District Fund for "one-time" expenditures and amending the FY2018-2019 Operating Budget adopted by Ordinance No. 031504 by increasing expenditures by $74,920.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
19-0510 122. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Accepting and appropriating Homeland Security - Operation Stonegarden Grant funds within the Police Department (1st Reading 4/23/19) Ordinance accepting a grant in the amount of $250,000 from the State of Texas Governor’s Homeland Security Grants Division for funding eligible under FY2018 Department of Homeland Security Grant Program Operation Stonegarden; and appropriating $250,000 in Police Grants Fund.passed on first readingPass Action details Not available
19-0528 123. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Accepting and appropriating grant funds for the Click It or Ticket program within the Police Department (1st Reading 4/23/19) Ordinance accepting $17,987.36 from State of Texas, Department of Transportation for FY2019 Click It or Ticket program grant; and appropriating $17,987.36 in Police Grants Fund.passed on first readingPass Action details Not available
19-0509 124. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Accepting and appropriating a Citgo donation for the Fire Department (1st Reading 4/23/19) Ordinance authorizing the acceptance of a donation from Citgo in the amount of $175,000 to be used to support the Corpus Christi Fire Department; and appropriating the funds into the Fire Grant Fund No. 1062.passed on first readingPass Action details Not available
19-0476 125. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Contract with Naval Air Station Corpus Christi for Wastewater Line Repairs (1st Reading 4/23/19) Ordinance authorizing contract with Naval Air Station Corpus Christi (NASCC) for $232,411.38 and change order for $40,769.24 for NASCC wastewater line repairs; and appropriating said payments upon receipt in the No. 4200 Wastewater Utilities Fund.passed on first readingPass Action details Not available
19-0500 126. OrdinanceOrdinance of the City Council of the City Of Corpus Christi amending the franchise with AEP Texas Inc. to change compensation or consideration to be paid for use of the public rights-of-way; providing an effective date; providing for acceptance by AEP Texas Inc.; finding and determining that the meetings at which this ordinance was considered were open to the public and in accordance with Texas law.passed on first readingPass Action details Not available
19-0529 127. OrdinanceOrdinance of the City Council of the City of Corpus Christi approving an additional tariff for the recovery of franchise fees not currently being recovered in base rates by AEP Texas Inc.; and finding and determining that the meetings at which this ordinance was considered were open to the public and in accordance with Texas law.passed on first readingPass Action details Not available
19-0517 128. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Accepting and Appropriating Revenue for Revocable Easement to Epic Crude Pipeline, LP (1st Reading 4/23/19) Ordinance accepting and appropriating $41,029 of revenue from Epic Crude Pipeline, LP; authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute a Revocable Easement to Epic Crude Pipeline, LP to permit one 30-inch pipeline for transportation of crude oil across City owned property known as Mobile Estates Park, operated by the City Park & Recreation Department; appropriating the compensation received into its Community Enrichment Fund No. 4720.passed on first readingPass Action details Not available
19-0586 129. PresentationHow to Create a Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone for the North Beach Areapresented  Action details Video Video
19-0579 130. 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 litigation including, but not limited to, an electricity rate case expected to be filed with the Texas Public Utilities Commission by AEP Texas/AEP Texas Central Company/AEP Texas North Company.discussed in executive session  Action details Not available
19-0584 131. E-Session ItemExecutive session pursuant to Texas Government Code § 551.074 (Personnel Matters) to deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of the City Manager.passed after executive sessionPass Action details Video Video
19-0601 132. 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 annexation, disannexation, cession agreements for extraterritorial jurisdiction, apportionment of extra-territorial jurisdiction between municipalities, interlocal agreements with water districts and neighboring municipalities, contracts for potential economic development agreement(s) with entities that are considering the construction, expansion, and/or ownership of industrial facilities (including, but not limited to proposed Gulf Coast Growth Ventures’ chemical manufacturing facility in San Patricio County, Texas, proposed fractionator and related facilities in Nueces County, economic development agreements relating to property currently or formerly owned by Voestelpine, Corpus Christi Liquefaction, LLC, and other entities and existing and proposed industrial facilities in San Patricio County and Nueces County) that are and/or will be consumers of water and/or wastewater services and connections todiscussed in executive session  Action details Not available