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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 8/9/2022 11:30 AM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Addendums may be added on Friday.
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22-1362 11. AppointmentArts & Cultural Commission (3 vacancies) Nueces County Tax Appraisal District (1 vacancy) Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee (5 vacancies)   Not available Video Video
22-1363 12. MinutesApproval of the July 26, 2022 Regular Meeting Minutes.   Not available Not available
22-1184 13. Public Hearing / First ReadingOrdinance amending the Wastewater Collection System Master Plan for the Allison Service Area, a public utility element of the Comprehensive Plan of the City of Corpus Christi, by modifying the alignment of an influent line to Clarkwood North Lift Station located at 2001 Clarkwood Road.   Not available Not available
22-1116 14. Public Hearing / First ReadingOrdinance authorizing a Wastewater Collection Line Extension Construction and Reimbursement Agreement for up to $252,213.49 with MPM Development, LP to construct off-site Wastewater improvements for a planned residential and commercial subdivision, Royal Oak Unit 3, located on Rand Morgan Road, south of Leopard Street, with a completion date of within 24 months; transferring $153,836.09 from the Wastewater Trunk System Trust Fund to the Wastewater Collection Line Trust Fund; and appropriating $252,213.49 to reimburse the Developer per the agreement.(District 1)   Not available Not available
22-1106 15. OrdinanceOrdinance amending the FY 2021/22 Capital Budget and authorizing a professional services contract with LJA Engineering, Inc, Corpus Christi, Texas in the amount of $1,510,500 for the London Area Wastewater Collection System Improvements project, located in Council District 3 and outside the city limits, with FY 2022 funding available from the Wastewater Capital Fund.   Not available Not available
22-1297 16. OrdinanceOrdinance authorizing acceptance of a grant from the Executive Office of the President, Office of National Drug Control Policy, in an amount of $89,480.00 for overtime for four sworn officers and lease payments on four vehicles for the FY 2022 High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Initiative; and appropriating $89,480.00 in the Police Grants Fund.   Not available Not available
22-0895 17. MotionMotion authorizing a two-year supply agreement with International Corrosion Control, Inc., of Lewiston, New York, in an amount not to exceed $2,375,138.00, for the purchase of magnesium anodes, used by the Gas Department to provide cathodic protection for corrosion control of underground gas pipelines with FY 2022 funding of $296,892.24 available from the Gas Fund.   Not available Not available
22-1178 18. MotionMotion authorizing a one-year supply agreement with Rehrig Pacific Company, of Dallas, through OMNIA Partners purchasing co-operative, in the amount of $833,330.16 for the purchase of refuse and recycling carts utilized by Solid Waste Services, with FY 2023 funding from the General Fund, subject to future budget approval.   Not available Not available
22-1227 19. MotionMotion authorizing a four-year service agreement, with one two-year option, with Gabriel, Roeder, Smith & Company of Irving, in an amount not to exceed $59,900.00, with a potential amount not to exceed $89,900.00 if the option is exercised, for actuarial services for other post-employment benefits (i.e., medical health insurance benefits for retirees), with FY 2022 funding of $13,200.00 from the General Fund.   Not available Not available
22-1266 110. MotionMotion authorizing a three-year service agreement with BugPro Inc., of Corpus Christi, in an amount not to exceed $58,643.46, for pest control services for City properties, with FY 2022 funding of $3,258.00 from the Asset Management - Facilities Fund.   Not available Not available
22-1312 111. MotionMotion authorizing the approval of Change Order No. 1 with Callan Marine, LTD, Galveston, Texas, for the Packery Channel Restoration Project, in an amount of $2,620,053.00 of which FEMA will reimburse $2,358,047 for a total amount not to exceed $14,979,102.30 with FY 2022 funding available from the Parks & Recreation, Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone #2 (Island TIRZ), and the Storm Water Capital Improvement Project (CIP) Funds.   Not available Not available
22-1318 112. ResolutionResolution awarding a construction contract to A. Ortiz Construction & Paving, Inc., Corpus Christi, Texas for the construction of South Oso Parkway from South Staples Street to South Oso Parkway, with new asphalt pavement, utility improvements and Botanical Gardens parking lot improvements, in the amount of $1,328,913.55, located in Council District 5, with FY 2022 funding available from the Street Bond 2018, Storm Water, Water and Gas Funds.   Not available Not available
22-1392 113. ResolutionResolution authorizing amendment No. 2 to the Interlocal Agreement with Nueces County regarding Parker Pool to provide funds in a total amount of $18,250 in Summer 2022 to allow free public access to the pool.   Not available Not available
22-0889 114. Public Hearing / First ReadingOrdinance amending the Unified Development Code (UDC) and corresponding UDC Zoning Map to adopt Military Compatibility Area Overlay Districts for the areas of and surrounding Truax Field at Naval Air Station - Corpus Christi, Naval Auxiliary Landing Field Cabaniss, and Naval Auxiliary Landing Field Waldron to make land use compatible with Naval Air Station - Corpus Christi's military mission to include regulation of land use, density, intensity, noise, light, and vertical obstructions, and providing for penalty.   Not available Video Video
22-1271 115. Public Hearing / First ReadingCase No. 0422-02, Behmann Brothers Foundation (District 3): Ordinance rezoning property at or near 602 Saratoga Boulevard (located along the north side of Saratoga Boulevard, south of West Point Road and east of Old Brownsville Road) from the “FR” Farm Rural District to “RS 4.5” Single-Family 4.5 Residential (Tract 1) and from the “FR” Farm Rural District to “RE/SP” Estate Residential District with a Special Permit (Tract 2). (Planning Commission and Staff recommend approval)   Not available Not available
22-1272 116. Public Hearing / First ReadingCase No. 0522-01, Corpus Note Acquisitions LLC (District 2): Ordinance rezoning property at or near 3241 Reid Drive (located along the south side of Reid Drive, north of Texan Trail, and south of Botsford Street) from the “RM-1” Multifamily District to the “ON” Neighborhood Office District. (Planning Commission and Staff recommended approval of the change of zoning from the”RM-1” Multifamily District to the “ON” Neighborhood Office District.)   Not available Video Video
22-1373 117. OrdinanceOrdinance ordering a general election to be held on November 8, 2022, in the City of Corpus Christi for the election of Mayor and eight Council Members; providing for procedures for holding such election; providing for notice of election and publication thereof; providing for establishment of branch early voting polling places; designating polling place locations; authorizing a joint election with Nueces County, and a runoff election, if one is necessary, on December 13, 2022; authorizing execution of a Joint Election Agreement with Nueces County; and enacting provisions incident and relating to the subject and purpose of this ordinance.   Not available Video Video
22-1366 118. PresentationRecommendations on Attracting and Retaining Young Talent in the Coastal Bend   Not available Video Video
22-1375 119. 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 claims and litigation including, but not limited to, the case of Salinas Construction Technologies, Ltd. and Salinas and Sons, Inc. v. City of Corpus Christi, 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.   Not available Video Video