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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 12/14/2021 11:30 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Addendums may be added on Friday.
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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22-0032 11. ProclamationsCommendation recognizing James Perez, Small Business Owner for 24 Years in Business as Mattress Firm. Swearing-In Ceremony for Newly Appointed Board, Commission, Committee and Corporation Members.presented  Action details Video Video
22-0008 12. AppointmentCoastal Bend Council of Governments (9 vacancies) Port of Corpus Christi Authority of Nueces County, TX (1 vacancy)held  Action details Video Video
21-1525 13. OrdinanceOrdinance ratifying a partial postponement until January 1, 2022, of the effective date of Ordinance No. 032551 by amending the implementation date for a disposal fee increase made applicable to waste haulers with City disposal contracts.passed on second readingPass Action details Video Video
22-0018 14. MinutesApproval of the December 7, 2021 Regular Meeting Minutes.passedPass Action details Not available
21-1618 15. OrdinanceOrdinance authorizing the acceptance of four grants totaling $189,547.47 from the Texas Office of the Governor-Homeland Security Grant Division, Homeland Security Grant Program which include Bomb Squad Portable Detection for $70,940.40, Hazmat Response Enhancement for $34,950.22, Corpus Christi Police Department Special Weapons and Tactics Enhancement for $54,952.05, and Bomb Squad Safety Enhancement for $28,704.80; and appropriating $189,547.47 in the FY 2022 Fire Grants Fund.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
21-1553 16. Public Hearing / First ReadingZoning Case No. 1021-02, BHHN, LLC.: (District 3) Ordinance rezoning property at or near 8902 State Highway 44 from the “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District to the “IC” Industrial Compatible District. (Planning Commission and Staff recommend Denial of the change of zoning from the “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District to the “IC” Industrial Compatible District, in lieu thereof approval of the “CC/SP” Commercial Compatible District with a Special Permit) (3/4 vote required to approve less restrictive use or density than the recommendation of the Planning Commission)passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
21-1728 17. OrdinanceOrdinance amending the Corpus Christi Code to remove Chapter 3 Article I and amend Chapter 49 Article I to consolidate the City’s requirements for installations on, across and over public right of way and to amend petitions to close streets; establishing a penalty.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
21-1619 18. OrdinanceOrdinance accepting an additional $417,658.38 for an Air Quality Planning Grant from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ); and appropriating in the No. 1071 Community Enrichment Grant Fund for air quality monitoring service and amending the term through December 31, 2023, with funding available in the No. 1071 Community Enrichment Grant fund.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
21-1617 19. OrdinanceOrdinance accepting and appropriating $30,000 from PetSmart Charities to be used for animal medical expenses.passed on second readingPass Action details Video Video
21-1604 110. OrdinanceOrdinance accepting and appropriating $200,000 from the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs’ (“TDHCA”) allocation of Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (“CARES” Act) from the U.S. Department Of Housing and Urban Development’s (“HUD”) Community Development Block Grant-Coronavirus (“CDBG-CV”) funding for a Texas Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program; authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute all documents necessary to accept, appropriate and disburse the funds and to execute all agreements, amendments and all other documents necessary to implement the program.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
21-1723 111. OrdinanceOrdinance authorizing a software development and support agreement with Raftelis Financial Consultants, Inc., in the amount of $200,000.00 for a parcel data management software application for the City’s Storm Water Drainage Utility System; appropriating $200,000.00 from the unreserved fund balance in the Storm Water Fund; and amending the FY 2022 Operating Budget.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
21-1650 112. OrdinanceOrdinance authorizing execution of all documents necessary to accept, amend, and appropriate a grant contract between the Department of State Health Services and the Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District in the amount of $48,345.00 with a City match of $9,669.00 for the period January 1, 2022, through December 31, 2022, to provide tuberculosis prevention and control services under the Health Grant.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
21-1413 113. OrdinanceOrdinance authorizing Amendment No. 1 of $4,727,170.00 to Contract with Texas Department of State Health Services which provides $18,073,609.00 for COVID-19 Vaccination services provided May 14, 2021, through June 30, 2024, to be used to increase, train, and monitor vaccine sites and providers; and appropriating the funds in the Health Grant Fund.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
21-1659 114. OrdinanceOrdinance Approving the Calendar Year 2022 Annual Audit Plan to be implemented by the City Auditor's Officepassed on second readingPass Action details Not available
21-1330 115. ResolutionResolution authorizing a six-month service agreement with C & S Plating & Bumper Recycling, Inc., dba C & S Truck and Van Equipment, of Corpus Christi, Texas, in an amount not to exceed $200,000.00 for installation and repairs of emergency equipment in City of Corpus Christi Police Department service vehicles with FY 2022 funding available in the General Fund.passedPass Action details Not available
21-1448 116. MotionMotion authorizing a three-year service agreement with Russell James, dba R & R Delivery Service, for the Elderly Nutrition Program - Home Delivered Meals in an amount not to exceed $668,250.00, with FY 2022 funding in an approximate amount of $167,062.50 available in the Elderly Nutrition Program Grant Fund.passedPass Action details Not available
21-1514 117. MotionMotion authorizing a one-year supply agreement, with two additional one-year period options for cold mix - cold laid asphalt for Street Operations, for an estimated amount of $1,988,325.00 and a potential cost of $6,218,100.00 if options are exercised, with Vulcan Construction Materials, LLC of Birmingham, Alabama with an office in San Antonio, Texas, with FY 2022 funding in an amount not to exceed $1,822,631.25 available through the Streets Maintenance Fund.passedPass Action details Not available
21-1258 118. MotionMotion authorizing a professional services contract with HVJ Associates, Inc. of Austin, Texas, for an amount not to exceed $1,435,519.35 for Pavement Condition Evaluation Survey & Pavement Management Software System Project of which $1,190,513.53 from the Street Fund and $245,005.82 from the Storm Water Operations Fund.passedPass Action details Video Video
21-1631 119. MotionMotion authorizing a one-year supply agreement with two one-year option periods, in an amount not to exceed $127,103.00 and a potential amount not to exceed $381,309.00 if option periods are exercised, for ductile iron pipe accessories for the City Warehouse with Hajoca Corporation, dba Moore Supply Co., of Corpus Christi, Texas with FY 2022 funding in the amount of $95,327.28 available in the Stores Fund.passedPass Action details Not available
21-1632 120. ResolutionResolution authorizing a five-year service agreement with Area Electronics Systems, Inc., dba DataON Storage, of Anaheim, California, in an amount not to exceed $225,354.00 for the purchase of Azure Stack Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) hardware with support and warranty for off-site backup storage of all Police video data, with funding for FY 2022 in the amount of $225,354.00 from the Information Technology Fund.passedPass Action details Video Video
21-1658 121. MotionMotion authorizing the purchase of laptop computers, monitors, and accessories from Dell Marketing, LP, of Round Rock, TX, in an amount not to exceed $124,927.00, for compatibility with digital plan review software applications utilized by the Development Services Department, through the DIR Cooperative, with FY 2022 funding available through the Development Services Fund.passedPass Action details Not available
21-1609 122. ResolutionResolution authorizing a 36-month service agreement, with an additional 36-month renewal option, with KorTerra Inc. of Chanhassen, Minnesota for an estimated amount of $89,394.00, with a total estimated amount not to exceed $178,788.00 if the option period is exercised, for the purchase of software access to the KorWeb 811 line locate work order management and database services for Gas Operations, effective upon issuance of notice to proceed, with FY 2022 funding in the amount not to exceed $22,348.50 available in the Gas Fund.passedPass Action details Not available
22-0013 123. ResolutionResolution authorizing the acquisition of 122 vehicles and machinery by various departments in the amount of $12,138,349.14, with such items to be acquired in the manner, at the amounts, and from the sources stated with FY 2022 funding in the amount of $9,869,954.73.passedPass Action details Not available
21-0490 124. MotionMotion authorizing Amendment No. 1 to a professional services contract with HDR, Inc., Corpus Christi, TX, to provide design, bid, and construction phase services for improvements to the booster pump stations located at Bloomington, Texas and Woodsboro, Texas associated with the Mary Rhodes Pipeline raw water delivery system in an amount of $831,000.00 for a total contract value not to exceed $878,560.00, with FY 2022 funding available from the Water Capital Fund.passedPass Action details Video Video
21-1531 125. MotionMotion awarding a construction contract to Associated Construction Partners, Ltd, Boerne, Texas, for the installation of control valves and pumps at the Holly and Rand Morgan Elevated Storage Tanks in an amount of $4,669,500.00, located in Council Districts 1 and 5, with FY 2022 funding available from the Water Capital Fund.passedPass Action details Video Video
21-1533 126. MotionMotion awarding a construction contract to CSA Construction, Inc., of Houston, Texas, for Aeration Coarse Bubble Improvements under the Oso Water Reclamation Plant Process Upgrades and Breakpoint Chlorination Decommissioning project in an amount of $4,107,000.00, located in Council District 4, with FY 2022 funding available from the Wastewater Capital Fund.passedPass Action details Not available
21-1536 127. MotionMotion awarding a construction contract to Clark Pipeline Services, LLC, Corpus Christi, Texas, for the Port Avenue Water Line Replacement project in an amount of $4,856,722.99, located in Council Districts 1 and 2, with FY 2022 funding available from the American Rescue Plan Act.passedPass Action details Not available
21-1608 128. MotionMotion authorizing a professional services contract with EN Engineering of Warrenville, Illinois to conduct the 2022 Periodic Corrosion Monitoring Survey for the Mary Rhodes Pipeline in an amount of $109,851.00, with FY 2022 funding available from the Water Capital Fund.passedPass Action details Not available
21-0915 129. MotionMotion awarding a professional services contract to Halff Associates Inc., Corpus Christi, Texas, to provide design, bid, and construction phase services for the West Guth Park Enhancements in an amount of $174,940.00, located in Council District 1, with FY2022 funding available from the Parks and Recreation Bond 2020 Fund.passedPass Action details Not available
21-1534 130. MotionMotion awarding a construction contract to Bay Ltd. and Grace Paving and Construction, Inc., both from Corpus Christi, Texas, in the total amount of $19,848,223.78, for the FY 2022 Residential Street Rebuild Program Base Bid F for 43 neighborhood street projects citywide in an amount of $6,876,814.10 to Bay Ltd., Base Bid G in an amount of $5,957,926.48 to Grace Paving and Construction Inc., and Base Bid H in an amount of $7,013,483.20 to Bay Ltd., with FY 2022 funding available from the Residential Street Reconstruction, Storm Water, Wastewater, Water and Gas Capital Funds.passedPass Action details Not available
21-1729 131. ResolutionResolution authorizing submission of a grant application for $75,000.00 to the State of Texas under the Body-Worn Camera Grant Program with City cash match of $25,000.00 to equip Corpus Christi Police Department police officers with body-worn cameras.passedPass Action details Not available
22-0003 132. ResolutionResolution adopting the Housing Development Fee Waivers for Non-qualifying Homebuyers Program Guidelines as authorized by the City of Corpus Christi Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Operating Budget.passedPass Action details Video Video
22-0024 133. ResolutionResolution authorizing the City Manager to negotiate a final real estate term sheet necessary to acquire real property interests at or near the Inner Harbor Nueces Bay Boulevard and the La Quinta Channel for seawater desalination and treatment plant(s) from Flint Hills Resources Corpus Christi, LLC and Occidental Chemical Corporation, respectively.passedPass Action details Video Video
21-1610 139. PresentationOverview of the Procurement Policy Analysis performed by Weaver and Presentation on Proposed Local Preference Ordinancepresented  Action details Video Video
21-1647 134. Public Hearing / First ReadingZoning Case No. 1021-06, Walker Holdings and Development, LLC.: (District 1) Ordinance rezoning property at or near 3202 Interstate 69 from the “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District to the “RS-4.5” Single-Family 4.5 District. (Planning Commission and Staff recommend Approval)tabledPass Action details Video Video
21-1644 135. Public Hearing / First ReadingOrdinance adopting text amendments to the Unified Development Code (UDC) to remove the Planning Commission from historic designation review process and to identify grounds for undue hardship the Board of Adjustment may consider for a variance (Planning Commission and Staff recommend Approval)passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
21-1554 136. Public Hearing / First ReadingZoning Case No. 1021-03, SRPC Properties, LLC.: (District 2) Ordinance rezoning property at or near 1645 14th Street from the “RS-TF” Two-Family District and “CG-2” General Commercial District to the “RM-2” Multifamily District. (Planning Commission and Staff recommend Approval)passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
22-0002 137. OrdinanceOrdinance revising the Infill Housing Incentive Program Guidelines as authorized by Article II, Chapter 20 of the City of Corpus Christi Code of Ordinances; authorizing a two-year agreement with the Corpus Christi B Corporation to provide Type B affordable housing funding in the amount of $1,000,000 for costs related to the Infill Housing Incentive Program; appropriating $500,000 from The Type B Fund; and amending the operating budget.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
21-1663 138. OrdinanceBriefing on Short Term Rental Policy Development and Ordinance amending Chapter 5 of the Corpus Christi Code to require a permit for the operation of short-term rentals; and providing for publication.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
22-0009 140. PresentationNorth Beach Canal Request for Information (RFI) Updatepresented  Action details Video Video
22-0011 141. PresentationStorm Water Fee Implementation Overview (January 2022)presented  Action details Video Video
22-0012 143. 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 potential purchase, exchange, lease, and/or value of property at or adjacent to the Puerto Del Sol RV Park at Rincon Point, and Texas Government Code § 551.072 to discuss and deliberate the potential purchase, exchange, and/or value of the aforementioned areas of said real property.discussed in executive session  Action details Video Video
22-0027 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 the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property rights for desalination and water treatment, transmission, and storage facilities, including areas at or near the (1) the Inner Harbor Ship Channel Seawater Desalination Site at or in the vicinity of Nueces Bay Blvd, Summers St., Palm Dr., John St., and Broadway Street, Nueces Bay Heights Subdivision, Sunset Place Subdivision, and the Industrial Canal and (2) the La Quinta Channel Seawater Desalination Site involving various properties between Highway 361 and the La Quinta Ship Channel and areas in and adjacent to said locations, 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 govediscussed in executive session  Action details Not available
22-0033 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 case of Graham Construction Services, Inc. v. City of Corpus Christi, Xylem Water Solutions and Atlas Copco Compressors v. Carollo Engineers, PC, Travelers Casualty and Surety Company, Control Panels USA, Inc. and Fluid Components International LLC, and City of Corpus Christi v. Carollo Engineers, P.C. including potential consideration of settlement offers and/or fees for attorneys, engineers, other expert witnesses assisting in this case, deposition fees, and court costs, and updates on litigation in other cases.passed after executive session  Action details Video Video
22-0037 146. 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 approval of the Global Opioid Settlement negotiated by Texas Attorney General, including potential approval of all documents necessary to authorize said settlement including, but not limited to a “Resolution authorizing participation in the proposed opioid crisis settlement through the Texas Attorney General’s office; and adopting and approving the Texas Opioid Abatement Fund Council and Settlement Allocation Term Sheet”.passed after executive session  Action details Video Video