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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 1/11/2022 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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22-0110 11. ProclamationsProclamation declaring January 17, 2022 as "Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Texas Coastal Bend International Mentoring Day" . Proclamation declaring January 2022 as " National Human Trafficking Prevention and Awareness Month". Proclamation declaring January 2022 as "School Board Recognition Month".presented  Action details Not available
22-0046 12. MotionMotion awarding a construction contract to Reytec Construction Resources, Inc., Corpus Christi, TX, for the reconstruction of Junior Beck Drive from Bear Lane to Dead End and the construction of Junior Beck Drive from Dead End to Old Brownsville Road with new concrete pavement and utility improvements in an amount of $4,888,569.75, located in City Council District 3, with FY 2022 funding available from the Economic Development Administration Grant, Streets Bond 2018, Storm Water, Wastewater, Water, and Gas Funds.passedPass Action details Video Video
22-0052 13. AppointmentCorpus Christi Aquifer Storage and Recovery Conservation District (3 vacancies) Crime Control & Prevention District (1 vacancy) Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee (1 vacancy)held  Action details Video Video
22-0051 14. MinutesApproval of the December 14, 2021 Regular Meeting Minutes.passedPass Action details Video Video
21-1644 15. 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 second readingPass Action details Video Video
21-1554 16. 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 second readingPass Action details Video Video
22-0002 17. 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 second readingPass Action details Video Video
21-1727 18. MotionMotion authorizing the purchase of playground units and shade structures for 14 City parks as included in Bond 2020, from PlayCore Wisconsin, Inc. dba GameTime through the Omnia Partners Cooperative for a total amount of $459,744.20 with funding available through the Bond 2020 Fund.passedPass Action details Video Video
21-1652 19. ResolutionResolution authorizing a two-year service agreement, with three additional one-year options, with M & S Tree Service, LLC, of Taft, Texas, for palm tree trimming services in an amount not to exceed $267,592.00 and a potential amount not to exceed $668,980.00 if the options are exercised, with FY 2022 funding of $133,796.00 from the General Fund.passedPass Action details Video Video
21-1725 110. MotionMotion authorizing a one-year supply agreement with two one-year option periods, in an amount not to exceed $87,577.00 and a potential amount not to exceed $262,731.00 if option periods are exercised, for calcium hypochlorite for the City Warehouse with Chemrite, Inc., of Buford, Georgia, with FY 2022 funding in the amount of $58,384.67 available in the Stores Fund.passedPass Action details Video Video
21-1736 111. MotionMotion authorizing the purchase of 22 school zone flashing beacons and 43 flashing LED signs from Consolidated Traffic Controls, Inc., of Arlington, Texas in the amount of $152,357.00 for installation by the Public Works Department, with FY 2022 funding available through the Streets Fund.passedPass Action details Video Video
22-0028 112. MotionMotion authorizing a three-year service agreement with Roland Mendiola dba National Auto Glass of Corpus Christi, Texas, for windshield repairs and replacements to fleet vehicles for Asset Management in an amount not to exceed $225,000.00, with FY 2022 funding in an amount not to exceed $56,250.00 available through the Fleet Maintenance Service Fund.passedPass Action details Video Video
21-1530 113. MotionMotion awarding a construction contract to Associated Construction Partners, Ltd, Boerne, Texas, for the citywide Lift Station Repairs at the Wooldridge & Morgan Lift Stations, located in Council Districts 3 and 5, in an amount of $5,524,493.00, with FY 2022 funding available from the American Rescue Plan Act.passedPass Action details Video Video
22-0042 114. MotionMotion awarding a construction contract to JE Construction Services, LLC, Corpus Christi, TX, to perform concrete and asphalt pavement repairs and improvements at the Cefe F. Valenzuela Landfill scale house in an amount of $1,351,403.00 and authorize staff to negotiate and administratively execute a Change Order #1 up to an amount of 25% of the contract value to have all pavement structures done in concrete, with FY 2022 funding available from the Solid Waste Certificate of Obligation Fund.passedPass Action details Video Video
21-1663 115. 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 second reading as amendedPass Action details Video Video
21-1647 116. 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)postponed  Action details Video Video
22-0038 117. OrdinanceOrdinance authorizing a Wastewater Collection Line Extension Construction and Reimbursement Agreement with IHS Consultants, LP to construct off-site sanitary sewer improvements for a planned commercial development, Park Springs IHS, Blk 1, Lots 1-3, located on River Hill Dr and south of Northwest Boulevard (FM 624), with a completion date of 24 months; transferring $30,400.30 from the Wastewater Trunk System Trust Fund to the Wastewater Collection Line Trust Fund; and appropriating $87,463.77 from the No. 4220-21801 Wastewater Collection Line Trust Fund to reimburse the Developer per the agreement. (District 1)passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
22-0118 118. OrdinanceOrdinance authorizing an amendment of the current contract with Sinister, LLC to maintain the monthly rent rate of $100 for the first option year of the City owned property located at 1401 Leopard Street for a parking lot.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
22-0056 119. OrdinanceOrdinance appropriating $71,940 from the unreserved fund balance of the Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone No. 3 Fund for incentives under the Streetscape and Safety Improvement Program; and amending the Fiscal Year 2022 operating budget.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
22-0074 120. PresentationBriefing on Municipal Court's Action Plan to Address Backlog of Ordinance Citations as developed in coordination with the Chair of the Municipal Court Committee and the City Manager.presented  Action details Video Video
22-0053 121. BriefingBriefing on 2022 9% Low-income Housing Tax Credit Resolution of Support, Resolution of No Objection, Resolution of Objection or no City Council action process.held  Action details Video Video
22-0142 122. BriefingBriefing on Proposed Policy changes to the City Ordinance that governs Dockless Scooters in the Cityheld  Action details Video Video
21-1755 123. ResolutionAppeal of the Building Standards Board's order to demolish the dilapidated/substandard structure located at 1301 N. Water Street and owned by 8058 MKII LLC.passedPass Action details Video Video
21-1756 124. ResolutionAppeal of the Building Standards Board's orders to demolish the dilapidated/substandard structure identified as Building 1, Building 2 (also known as 2711 Mary Street) and Building 3 (also known as 2709 Mary Street) located at 2713 Mary Street and Building 1 and Building 3 (also known as 1017 Winnebago Street) located at 924 Waco Street; all structures owned by Marksman Brothers Investments Corpus Christi LLC.passedPass Action details Video Video
22-0054 125. 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 parts of Emergency Services Districts in the territorial limits of Corpus Christi and Texas Health and Safety Code Chapter 775.discussed in executive session  Action details Not available
22-0096 126. 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 Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District, various lawsuits, including, but not limited to, John F. Smith v. Nueces County Texas and/or Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District, other legal issues related to the personnel, structure, and/or operation of said district, Texas Health and Safety Code Chapter 121, the Cooperative Agreement to Operate a Public Health District and amendments, reformations, and attachments thereto, other laws and regulations governing public health districts, members and membership in the public health district, grants to the members of the public health district, and any potential actions that may be performed pursuant to the aforesaid statutes, agreement(s), and regulations.passed after executive sessionPass Action details Video Video