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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 10/20/2020 11:30 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Addendums may be added on Friday.
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
Agenda packet: Not available
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20-1252 11. MinutesRegular Meeting of October 13, 2020passed  Action details Not available
20-1222 12. Public Hearing / First ReadingZoning Case No. 0820-02, JAR Development (District 5). Ordinance rezoning property at or near 7872 Yorktown Boulevard from the “FR” Farm Rural District to the “RS-4.5” Single-Family 4.5 District. (Planning Commission and Staff recommend Approval) (Requires 2/3 vote)passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
20-1168 13. Public Hearing / First ReadingOrdinance authorizing Wastewater Collection Line Construction Reimbursement Agreement with Grangefield Development, LLC for a planned residential subdivision named Grange Park Unit 3 with completion within 18 months; transferring $140,000 from the Water Arterial Transmission and Grid Main Trust Fund to the Sanitary Sewer Collection Line Trust Fund; and appropriating $160,164.94 from the Sanitary Sewer Collection Line Trust Fund, to reimburse the developer per the agreement. (District 5) (Requires 2/3 vote)passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
20-1162 14. OrdinanceOrdinance authorizing acceptance of a grant from the State of Texas, Department of Transportation for the FY 2021 Click It or Ticket Program for the Police Department in an amount of $15,000.00 with a City cash match of $4,266.85 for overtime and fringe benefits with funding available from the General Fund; and appropriating $15,000.00 in the Police Grants Fund. (Requires 2/3 vote)passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
20-1106 15. OrdinanceOrdinance authorizing a three-year service agreement for wrecker services for City-owned heavy vehicles and equipment with, DRR & RS Inc., dba Apollo Towing Service, which is determined to be the lowest responsible bidder, for an amount not to exceed $165,000.00, to be used for towing services, effective upon issuance of notice to proceed, with funding available in the FY 2021 Fleet Maintenance Fund. (Requires 2/3 vote)passed on second readingPass Action details Video Video
20-1153 16. OrdinanceOrdinance amending the Wastewater Collection System Master Plan for the Greenwood Wastewater Treatment Plant, Service Area 5, to phase construction of an 8" force main from a proposed West Point Lift Station; and amending the Comprehensive Plan.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
20-1230 17. OrdinanceOrdinance authorizing the issuance of Utility System Junior Lien Revenue Improvement Bonds, New Series 2020C in an amount not to exceed $11,425,000; providing for payment and security, by a junior and inferior lien on and pledge of the net revenues of the City’s utility system; stipulating terms and conditions for additional revenue bonds; and complying with Texas Water Development Board regulations; for a potential future seawater desalination plant. (Requires 2/3 vote)passed on second readingPass Action details Video Video
20-1196 18. MotionMotion authorizing a five-year service agreement with Linebarger, Goggan, Blair, & Sampson, LLP for delinquent fine collection services for Municipal Court Class C misdemeanors like traffic violations, disorderly conduct, and public intoxication, in the amount of a 30% collection fee added to the fine with no funding required in the FY 2021 budget. (Requires 2/3 vote)passedPass Action details Not available
20-0942 19. MotionMotion awarding a professional services contract to LNV, Inc., of Corpus Christi, Texas to prepare an Engineering Letter Report that includes an evaluation of the condition of the force main, a preliminary design, and provides repair options, recommendations, and cost estimates for the Williams Lift Station’s Force Main in an amount not to exceed $183,290.00, located in City Council Districts 4 and 5, with funding available from the FY 2021 Wastewater Capital Improvement Program Fund. (Requires 2/3 vote)passedPass Action details Video Video
20-1219 110. ResolutionResolution authorizing five grant application submissions to the Texas General Land Office for Community Development Block Grant-MIT program for 2015 Floods State Mitigation Competition and Hurricane Harvey State Mitigation Competition funds. (Requires 2/3 vote)passedPass Action details Video Video
20-0987 111. MotionMotion approving a five-year Business Incentive Agreement between the Corpus Christi B Corporation and Next Sports Company (“NSC”) in the amount of $1,850,000 for improvements associated with a sports complex on Old Brownsville Road consisting of eight multi-purpose fields to be used for soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, flag football, and cheerleading for both children and adults; creating and retaining jobs; and requiring NSC within 90 days of executing the agreement to demonstrate that funding has been secured for the project; effective upon signature of the City Manager or designee. (Requires 2/3 vote)passedPass Action details Video Video
20-1214 112. OrdinanceOrdinance amending the Urban Transportation Plan Map of Mobility CC, a transportation element of the Comprehensive Plan, by deleting a portion of Civitan Drive between Ayers St and Crosstown Expressway (State Highway 286); and providing for publication.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
20-1215 113. OrdinanceOrdinance authorizing the acceptance of a grant from the Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance, in an amount of $157,601.00 for the FY 2020 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant program for the Corpus Christi Police Department; and appropriating $157,601.00 in the Police Grants Fund with $78,800.00 to be distributed to Nueces County based on an interlocal agreement and the remaining $78,801.00 to be used by the City. (Requires 2/3 vote)passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
20-0865 114. OrdinanceOrdinance accepting and appropriating Airport Grant # 60 from the United States Department of Transportation-Federal Aviation Administration in the amount of $8,846,317.00 for the Corpus Christi International Airport, Terminal Apron Phase IV and East General Aviation Apron Phase V projects and awarding a construction contract in the amount of $11,201,609.96 to Head, Inc. of Columbus, Ohio, with funding available in the Airport Capital Improvement Fund. (Requires 2/3 vote)passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
20-1282 115. 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 a potential Business Incentive Agreement between the Corpus Christi B Corporation and Next Sports Company LLC and/or related entities for a sports complex on Old Brownsville Road consisting of eight multi-purpose fields to be used for soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, flag football, and cheerleading for both children and adults; 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 territory of the City and with which the City may conduct economic development negotiations and/or deliberate possible economic development issues concerning said business prospect(s)discussed in executive session  Action details Not available
20-1298 116. 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 City Auditor and Texas Government Code § 551.074 (personnel matters) to deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, or duties of a public officer or employee (including, but not limited to, the City Auditor).discussed in executive session  Action details Video Video