City Council

Dee Margo

Peter Svarzbein, District 1

Mayor

Alexsandra Annello, District 2

 

Cassandra Hernandez, District 3

 

Sam Morgan, District 4

Tommy Gonzalez

Isabel Salcido, District 5

City Manager

Claudia Ordaz Perez, District 6

 

Henry Rivera, District 7

 

Cissy  Lizarraga, District 8

 

AGENDA FOR REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING

March 19, 2019

COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL

9:00 AM

 

AND

 

AGENDA REVIEW MEETING

300 N. CAMPBELL

MAIN CONFERENCE ROOM, 2ND FLOOR

MARCH 18, 2019

9:00 AM

 

 

ROLL CALL

 

INVOCATION BY POLICE, FIRE AND CIMA CHAPLAIN SAM FARAONE

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

Strikers FC at the invitation of District 3 Representative Cassandra Hernandez

 

Finn Leandro Mason Sullivan

Ethan Alexander Olivas

Paxton Jeremiah Jordan 

Ivanna Bustillos

Salvador Nieto III

Gabriel Moreno

 

MAYOR’S PROCLAMATIONS

 

 

 

 

 

1.

National Nutrition Month

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.

Brain Injury Awareness Month

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.

Vietnam Veteran’s Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.

Social Work Month

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.

El Paso Crohn's and Autoimmune Disease Month

 

 

RECOGNITIONS BY MAYOR

 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

 

All matters listed under the CONSENT AGENDA, including those on the Addition to the Agenda, will be considered by  City Council to be routine and will be enacted by one motion unless separate discussion is requested by Council Members. Prior to the vote, members of the audience may ask questions regarding items on the consent agenda. When the vote   has been taken, if an item has not been called out for separate discussion, the item has been approved. Council may, however, reconsider any item at any time during the meeting

 

CONSENT AGENDA - APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

 

 

1.

Goal 6: Set the Standard for Sound Governance and Fiscal Management

 

 

 

 

1.1.

Approval of Minutes for Regular City Council Meeting of February 26, 2019, the Regular City Council Meeting of March 5, 2019 and the Agenda Review of March 4, 2019.

 

 

All Districts

 

 

City Clerk's Office, Laura D. Prine, (915) 212-0049

 

CONSENT AGENDA - REQUEST TO EXCUSE ABSENT CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS:

 

 

2.

REQUEST TO EXCUSE ABSENT CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS:

 

CONSENT AGENDA - RESOLUTIONS:

 

 

3.

Goal 1: Create an Environment Conducive to Strong, Sustainable Economic Development

 

 

 

 

3.1.

Request that the City Manager be authorized to sign a First Amendment to License Agreement between the City of El Paso  (the “City”) and McAllen Data Center, LLC (hereinafter the “Licensee”), to replace Exhibit “A” to the License Agreement in order to show the entire pathway of the fiber optic conduit used by Licensee at the Zaragoza Bridge.

 

 

District 6

 

 

International Bridges, David Coronado, (915) 212-7505

International Bridges, Paul Stresow, (915) 212-7502

 

 

 

 

3.2.

A Resolution to delegate authority to the Managing Director of Aviation and International Bridges or designee to enter into and sign a release of a letter of credit or bond or similar financing instrument and related documents regarding El Paso International Airport leases and agreements on behalf of the City for projects that have already been appropriately approved by the City of El Paso.

 

 

Districts 2 and 3

 

 

Aviation, Monica Lombrana, (915) 212-7301

 

 

 

 

3.3.

That the Director of Aviation or designee be authorized to submit a minor boundary modification application and all supporting documents and coordination with taxing entities for letters of support, to the U.S. Foreign Trade Zones board, which will modify the boundaries of Foreign Trade Zone No. 68 to include the following two parcels:

 

Legal description – LOTS 17 to 22, BLOCK 60, COTTON ADDITION (.41 AC), City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas (.41 acres), commonly known as 1724 Texas Avenue, El Paso, Texas 79901

 

Legal description – LOT 1, BLOCK 60, COTTON ADDITION REPLAT “A” AMENDING (.41 AC), City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, commonly known as 1731 Myrtle Avenue, El Paso, Texas 79901.

 

 

District 8

 

 

Aviation, Monica Lombrana, (915) 212-7301

 

 

 

 

 

3.4.

That the Director of Aviation or designee be authorized to submit a minor boundary modification application and all supporting documents and coordination with taxing entities for letters of support, to the U.S. Foreign Trade Zones board, which will modify the boundaries of Foreign Trade Zone No. 68 to include the Following parcel:

 

Legal description – WLY PT OF LOT 2 (421.35 FT ON NLY – 768.63 FT ON ELY – 325 FT ON SLY – 717.54 FT ON WLY), BLOCK 427, Vista Del Sol #88, (6.6835 AC), City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, commonly known as 1320 Henry Brennan Drive, El Paso, Texas 79936

 

 

District 6

 

 

Aviation, Monica Lombrana, (915) 212-7301

 

 

 

 

3.5.

A Resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to make necessary budget transfers and to sign 1. the Event Support Contract with Consortium Productions, Inc. for the City of El Paso to host the Sun City CRIT on March 29 – 30, 2019 and 2. the Event Support Contract with Consortium Productions, Inc. for the City of El Paso to host RISE Annual Cycling Talent Identification Combine and Symposium for 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023.

 

 

All Districts

 

 

Destination El Paso, Bryan Crowe, (915) 534-0608

 

 

4.

Goal 2: Set the Standard for a Safe and Secure City

 

 

 

 

4.1.

That the City Manager or designee is authorized to submit the grant application for the Local Border Security Program FY 2020 to the Office of the Governor’s, Homeland Security Grants Division, including all understandings and assurances contained therein, and to accept, reject, alter, modify and/or terminate an award amount, for the purpose of sustaining interagency operations and enhancing local law enforcement patrols to interdict criminal activity. The grant period will be from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.  Requesting grant funding for the amount of $500,000.00, no cash match required.  

BACKGROUND / DISCUSSION:

 

The El Paso Police Department has received this grant since FY 2012 and is currently the recipient for the FY 2019 grant in the amount of $357,486.28. The grant funds are used for proactive operations city wide on an overtime basis.

 

 

All Districts

 

 

Police, Assistant Chief Patrick Maloney, (915) 212-4300

Police, Adriana Romero, (915) 212-4296

 

 

 

 

4.2.

That the City Manager be authorized to sign a Professional Service Agreement for Psychological Examinations Service No. 2019-004R for the Fire Department by and between the City of El Paso and Rx Psychological Services, LLC a Texas limited liability company, for a term of thirty six (36) months from the effective date of the Agreement and one (1) two-year option to extend, which may be exercised by the City Manager administratively, to be compensated on a per examination basis, for an estimated contract amount of $75,000.00 for the initial term and an estimated $125,000.00 if the option to extend is exercised.

 

Additionally, it is requested that the City Attorney's Office review and that the City Manager be authorized to execute any related contract documents and agreements necessary to effectuate this award.

 

 

All Districts

 

 

Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing, Bruce D. Collins, (915) 212-1181

Fire, Chief Mario D’Agostino, (915) 212-5605

 

 

5.

Goal 3: Promote the Visual Image of El Paso

 

 

 

 

5.1.

That the Solid Waste liens on the attachment posted with this agenda be approved. (See Attachment A)

 

 

All Districts

 

 

Environmental Services, Ellen Smyth, (915) 212-6060

 

 

6.

Goal 4: Enhance El Paso’s Quality of Life through Recreational, Cultural and Educational Environments

 

 

 

 

6.1.

A Resolution that the closure of rights-of-way within the City of El Paso for the Sun City CRIT El Paso from 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 30, 2019, to 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 30, 2019, serves a public purpose of providing cultural and recreational activities for the residents and visitors of the City of El Paso, and in accordance with 43 TAC, Section 22.12, the City Manager be authorized to sign an agreement for the temporary closure of State Right Of Way (Form TEA 30A) by and between the City of El Paso and the State of Texas, acting by and through the Texas Department of Transportation, for the temporary closure and use of State owned and operated street (s) in excess of four hours for portions of North Mesa St. (SH 20) between Main St. and Overland, Texas Ave. (SH 20) between Oregon and Stanton upon the issuance of required permits from the City of El Paso and substantial conformity to the finalized TEA30 agreement between the City of El Paso and State of Texas Department of Transportation. (CSEV19-00014)

 

 

District 8

 

 

Planning and Inspections, Philip F. Etiwe, (915) 212-1553

Planning and Inspections, Klarissa Mijares, (915) 212-1544

 

 

7.

Goal 6: Set the Standard for Sound Governance and Fiscal Management

 

 

 

 

7.1.

A Resolution that the El Paso City Council authorizes the City Manager to sign a License Agreement between the City of El Paso and GCC Sun City Materials, LLC to allocate a portion of the property located at 2492 Harrison, El Paso, Texas, to be utilized as a Citizen Collection Station, on behalf of the City of El Paso's Environmental Services Department.

 

 

All Districts

 

 

Environmental Services, Ellen Smyth, (915) 212-6060

 

 

 

8.

Goal 7: Enhance and Sustain El Paso’s Infrastructure Network

 

 

 

 

8.1.

That the City Manager be authorized to sign an Interlocal Agreement for Street Maintenance by and between the City of El Paso (“City”), a home rule municipal corporation and The University of Texas at El Paso (“UTEP”), an institution of higher education in the State of Texas, for UTEP to maintain at its cost the public improvement related to the pedestrian and bike path enhancements installed by UTEP for the project known as W. University Avenue Pedestrian Pathways Phase III, which includes street lights, landscaping, and irrigation; and that the City agrees to maintain the green thermoplastic paint within the bike lane.

 

 

District 1

 

 

Capital Improvement, Yvette Hernandez, (915) 212-1860

Capital Improvement, Sam Rodriguez,  (915) 212-0065

 

 

9.

Goal 8: Nurture and Promote a Healthy, Sustainable Community

 

 

 

 

9.1.

That the Mayor be authorized to sign an Interlocal Agreement ("Agreement") between the City of El Paso and the Housing Authority of the City of El Paso to obtain the services of a consultant to develop a regional housing strategy to guide programs, policy and funding in furtherance of housing affordability and financial empowerment for all El Pasoans.

 

The City of El Paso and HACEP agree to share the cost of $150,000.00 for this strategy development at 50% ($75,000.00) each.

 

 

All Districts

 

 

Community and Human Development, Nicole Ferrini, (915) 212-1659

 

CONSENT AGENDA - BOARD RE-APPOINTMENTS:

 

 

10.

Goal 7: Enhance and Sustain El Paso’s Infrastructure Network

 

 

 

 

10.1.

Samuel Trimble to the City Plan Commission by Representative Cassandra Hernandez, District 3.

 

 

 

 

 

Representative Cassandra Hernandez, (915) 212-0003

 

10.2.

Kate Felzer to the Buildings and Standards Commission by Representative Alexsandra Annello, District 2.

 

 

 

 

 

Representative Alexsandra Annello, (915) 212-0002

 

 

 

 

10.3.

Joel Guzman to the Buildings and Standards Commission by Representative Alexsandra Annello, District 2.

 

 

 

 

 

Representative Alexsandra Annello, (915) 212-0002

 

CONSENT AGENDA - BOARD APPOINTMENTS:

 

 

11.

Goal 1: Create an Environment Conducive to Strong, Sustainable Economic Development

 

 

 

 

11.1.

William Kell to the Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Number 5 by Mayor Dee Margo.

 

 

 

 

 

Mayor Dee Margo, (915) 212-1051

 

 

 

 

11.2.

Jamie Gallagher to the Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Number 5 by Mayor Dee Margo.

 

 

 

 

 

Mayor Dee Margo, (915) 212-1051

 

 

 

 

11.3.

Becca Tomlin McBroom to the Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Number 5 by Mayor Dee Margo.

 

 

 

 

 

Mayor Dee Margo, (915) 212-1051

 

 

 

 

11.4.

Peter Spier to the Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Number 5 by Mayor Dee Margo.

 

 

 

 

 

Mayor Dee Margo, (915) 212-1051

 

 

12.

Goal 3: Promote the Visual Image of El Paso

 

 

 

 

12.1.

Shane Mercer to the Historic Landmark Commission by Mayor Dee Margo.

 

 

 

 

 

Mayor Dee Margo, (915) 212-1051

 

 

13.

Goal 8: Nurture and Promote a Healthy, Sustainable Community

 

 

 

 

13.1.

Alejandra Chavira to the Regional Renewable Energy Advisory Council (RREAC), as a non-voting member, by Nicole Ferrini, Chief Resilience Officer.

 

 

 

 

 

Community and Human Development, Nicole Ferrini, (915) 212-0138

 

 

 

 

13.2.

Yvonne Rosales to the Animal Shelter Advisory Committee by Representative Henry Rivera, District 7.

 

 

 

 

 

Representative Henry Rivera, (915) 212-0007

CONSENT AGENDA - APPLICATIONS FOR TAX REFUNDS:

 

 

14.

Goal 6: Set the Standard for Sound Governance and Fiscal Management

 

 

 

 

14.1.

That the tax refunds listed on the attachment posted with this agenda be approved.  This action would allow us to comply with state law which requires approval by the legislative body, of refunds of tax overpayments, greater than $2,500.00.  (See Attachment B).

 

 

All Districts

 

 

Tax Office, Maria O. Pasillas, (915) 212-1737

 

 

REGULAR AGENDA - FIRST READING OF ORDINANCES

 

INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCES PURSUANT TO SECTION 3.9 OF THE EL PASO CITY CHARTER:

Public comment typically is not taken during the first reading of ordinances. Public comments are invited at the date of the scheduled public hearing. Public Hearings will be held as part of the regular City Council meeting that begins at approximately 9:00 a.m. All interested persons present shall have an opportunity to be heard at that time. After the public hearings, Council may also delay taking action on Ordinances; no requirement is made by Section 3.9B of the El Paso City Charter to publish any further notice. Copies of all Ordinances are available for review in the City Clerk’s office, 300 N. Campbell, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

 

15.

Goal 1: Create an Environment Conducive to Strong, Sustainable Economic Development:

 

 

 

 

15.1.

An Ordinance authorizing the City Manager to sign a Contract of Sale, Deed and any other documents necessary to convey to Hunt Metro 31, LLC., the affordable residential housing parcel within the Northgate Transit Oriented Development Project, such property being approximately 2.4 acres situated in Lot 7, Block 6, Northgate Replat “C”, El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, for the purchase price of Five Hundred Forty-Nine Thousand Eight Hundred Thirty-Two and 00/100 ($549,832.00).

 

 

District 4

 

 

Economic and International Development, Jessica Herrera, ( 915) 212-1624

Economic and International Development, Eddie Garcia, (915) 212-1570

 

PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON APRIL 2, 2019

 

REGULAR AGENDA – OTHER BIDS, CONTRACTS, PROCUREMENTS

 

 

16.

Goal 1: Create an Environment Conducive to Strong, Sustainable Economic Development

 

 

 

 

16.1.

Discussion and action on the request that the Director of the Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing Department be authorized to issue purchase order(s) to Duncan Parking Technologies, Inc., the sole source provider and manufacturer for Contract 2019-794 Single Space Parking Meters for a three (3) year term with an annual amount of $206,000.00 for an estimated total award of $618,000.00 with the stipulation that the vendor provides an updated sole source letter and affidavit each year. This purchase will allow standardization of single space parking meter system. The vendor will provide the upkeep, maintenance for parts/mechanisms, repairs/replacements, service connectivity and a mobile app.

 

CONTRACT VARIANCE:

The difference in cost, based on the comparison to the previous contract, is as follows: A decrease of $489,550.00 over the three (3) year initial term, 44% decrease compared to previous contract due to decrease in unit prices.

 

Department:                            International Bridges

Award to:                                 Duncan Parking Technologies, Inc.

                                                Milwaukee, WI

Initial Term:                             3 years

Annual Estimated Amount:     $206,000.00

Total Estimated Award:          $618,000.00 (3 years)

Account No.:                           532290-564-3300-64850

Funding Source:                     Parking Meter Fund

District(s):                                1, 3 and 8

Sole Source No.:                    2019-794

 

Additionally, it is requested that the City Attorney’s Office review and that the City Manager be authorized to execute any related contract documents and agreements necessary to effectuate this award.

 

 

District 1, 3 and 8

 

 

Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing, Bruce D. Collins, (915) 212-1181

International Bridges, David Coronado, (915) 212-7505

 

 

17.

Goal 4: Enhance El Paso’s Quality of Life through Recreational, Cultural and Educational Environments

 

 

 

 

17.1.

Discussion and action that the City Manager is authorized to execute the Design-Build documents considered to be the agreement (“Contract”) between the City of El Paso and Jordan Foster Construction, LLC (“Contractor”), a Domestic Limited Liability Company, for the project known as the Eastside Sports Complex Phase II, Solicitation 2018-1186R in an initial amount of Five Hundred Twenty-One Thousand Three Hundred Four Dollars and Eighty-Eight Cents ($521,304.88) for work prior to the design build amendment; and that the City Engineer is authorized to approve additional preconstruction services in the amount of $50,000.00 if the services are necessary for the proper execution of the project.

 

 

District 5

 

 

Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing, Bruce D. Collins, (915) 212-1181

Capital Improvement, Sam Rodriguez, (915) 212-1808

 

 

 

 

17.2.

Discussion and action on the award of solicitation 2019-466 Books and Media in English and Spanish for Adults, Young Adults and Juveniles to Brodart Co. and Midwest Tape LLC, for an initial three (3) year term estimated award of $2,848,067.16.  The award is to include a two (2) year optional amount of $1,898,711.44   for a total five (5) year award amount of $4,746,778.60.This contract will allow the Library to purchase books, audio books, DVDs and music CDs.

 

CONTRACT VARIANCE:

 

The difference in cost, based on the comparison to the previous contract, is as follows: A decrease of $47,651.13 over the three (3) year initial term, 14.21% decrease compared to previous contract.

 

Department:                            Libraries

Award to: Vendor 1:                Brodart Co.          

                                               Williamsport, PA

Item(s):                                    Group A     

Initial Term:                             3 years

Option to Extend:                    2 years

Annual Estimated Award:       $ 802,689.55

Initial Term Estimated Award: $ 2,408,068.65 (3 years)

Total Estimated Award:           $ 4,013,447.75 (5 years)

 

Award to Vendor 2:                 Midwest Tape LLC

                                                Holland, OH

Item(s):                                    Group B

Initial Term:                             3 years

Option to Extend:                    2 years

Annual Estimated Award:       $ 146,666.17

Initial Term Estimated Award: $ 439,998.51 (3 years)

Total Estimated Award:           $ 733,330.85 (5 years)

           

Total Estimated Amount:        $4,746,778.60

Account No.:                           453-53010-531030-1000

Funding Source:                     General Fund

District(s):                                All

 

This is a low bid, supply contract.

 

The Purchasing & Strategic Sourcing Department recommends award as indicated to Brodart Co. and Midwest Tape LLC. as the vendors offering the lowest cost, responsive bids in each group and that Baker & Taylor LLC, Ingram Library Services, Mackin Book Company and  Barnes and Noble Booksellers Inc. be deemed non-responsive for taking exceptions to the indemnification language and insurance terms, not bidding on a complete group and for not acknowledging amendments. In accordance with this award, the City Manager or designee is authorized to exercise future options if needed.

 

 

All Districts

 

 

Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing, Bruce D. Collins, (915) 212-1181

Libraries, Mark E. Pumphrey, (915) 212-3207

 

 

18.

Goal 7: Enhance and Sustain El Paso’s Infrastructure Network

 

 

 

 

18.1.

Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation 2019-484 South Central Street and Drainage Improvements Phase II to Jordan Foster Construction, LLC for an estimated total award of $8,236,758.50. The project includes the full reconstruction of Encino Dr. (North of Delta), De Vargas Dr. and Cortez Dr. (North of Delta). Improvements include new underground storm sewer system, new water and sanitary sewer lines, concrete curbs, driveways and sidewalks, landscaped parkway and ADA compliant HC ramps.

 

Department:                         Capital Improvement

Award to:                             Jordan Foster Construction, LLC

                                             El Paso, TX

Item(s):                                All

Initial Term:                          395 Consecutive Calendar Days

Base Bid I:                           $1,287,436.50

Base Bid II:                          $     97,946.00

Base Bid III:                         $   263,991.00

Base Bid IV:                         $2,553,522.00

Base Bid V:                          $   255,556.00 

Base Bid VI:                         $   425,785.00

Base Bid VII:                        $2,649,098.00

Base Bid VIII:                       $   390,842.00

Base Bid IX:                         $   312,582.00

Total Estimated Award:       $ 8,236,758.50

Account No.:                        190-4740-28900-580270-PCP13ST03Y3E

                                             190-4740-28900-580270-PCP13ST03Y3F

Funding Source:                  2013 Street Infrastructure

District(s):                            3

 

This is a Competitive Seal Proposal, unit price contract.

 

The Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing and Capital Improvement Departments recommend award as indicated to Jordan Foster Construction, LLC, the highest ranked offeror.

 

It is requested that the City Manager be authorized to establish the funding sources and make any necessary budget transfers and execute any and all documents necessary for execution of this award.

 

Work under this unit price contract is only an estimated value and will be ordered, performed, invoiced, and paid by measured quantity. The actual cost of this contract may be higher or lower than the total estimated value and will be the sum total of unit prices at the end of the contract term.

 

As a part of this award, upon the review of the City Attorney, the City Engineer may without further authorization from City Council approve contract changes which are necessary for proper execution of the work and carrying out the intent of the project, which are in accordance with applicable law, do not make changes to the prices and are within the appropriate budget.

 

 

District 3

 

 

Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing, Bruce D. Collins, (915) 212-1181

Capital Improvement, Sam Rodriguez, (915) 212-1845

 

 

19.

MANAGEMENT UPDATES

 

 

 

 

19.1.

Budget Update.

 

 

All Districts

 

 

Office of Management and Budget, K. Nicole Cote, (915) 212-1092

 

 

 

 

19.2.

Quarterly Capital Improvement Projects Presentation and Quality of Life Update.

 

 

All Districts

 

 

Capital Improvement, Sam Rodriguez, (915) 212-0065

 

 

 

 

19.3.

Mexican American Cultural Center Project Update

 

 

All Districts

 

 

Museums and Cultural Affairs, Tracey Jerome, (915) 212-1783

Museums and Cultural Affairs, Ben Fyffe, (915) 212-1769

 

 

 

 

19.4.

Children's Museum Update.

 

 

All Districts

 

 

Capital Improvement, Sam Rodriguez, (915) 212-0065

 

 

 

 

19.5.

Overview and Information of the Metropolitan Planning Organization Process.

 

 

All Districts

 

 

Capital Improvement, Yvette Hernandez, (915) 212-1860

 

CALL TO THE PUBLIC – PUBLIC COMMENT

 

Call to the Public will begin at 12:00 p.m.  Requests to speak must be received by 9:00 a.m. on the date of the meeting.  Sixty minutes in total will be devoted for Call to the Public. This time is reserved for members of the public who would like to address the City Council on items that are not on the City Council Agenda.

A sign-up form is available on line at http://legacy.elpasotexas.gov/muni_clerk/signup_form.asp for those who wish to sign up in advance of the meeting date and a sign-up form is available outside the City Council Chambers at the City Clerk table for those who wish to sign up on the day of the meeting.

 

INTRODUCTION AND PUBLIC HEARING

 

 

20.

Goal 6: Set the Standard for Sound Governance and Fiscal Management

 

 

 

 

20.1.

An Ordinance authorizing the issuance of $1,415,000 of “City of El Paso, Texas, Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds, Series 2019” to the Texas Water Development Board in order to finance certain wastewater system improvements; and enacting provisions related thereto.

 

 

All Districts

 

 

El Paso Water, Marcela Navarrete, (915) 594-5614

 

 

REGULAR AGENDA – PUBLIC HEARINGS AND SECOND READING OF ORDINANCES

 

 

21.

Goal 1: Create an Environment Conducive to Strong, Sustainable Economic Development

 

 

 

 

21.1.

An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of El Paso, Texas amending Ordinance No. 018792 concerning Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Number Eleven, City of El Paso, Texas, by expanding the boundaries of the Zone; containing findings related to the expansion of the Zone; establishing the City's tax increment contribution in regards to the expanded area; and amending the language of the zone duration provision.

 

 

District 4

 

 

Economic and International Development, Elizabeth Triggs, (915) 212-1619

 

 

 

22.

Goal 3: Promote the Visual Image of El Paso

 

 

 

 

22.1.

An Ordinance changing the zoning of Tract 14-A, Block 45, Ysleta Grant, 180 N. Zaragoza Rd., City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas and Tracts 15-B-3 And 15-B-1-B, 193 N. Pueblo Rd., City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from R-4/H (Residential/Historic) to C-1/H (Commercial/Historic), and imposing a condition. The penalty is as provided for in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. Subject Property: 180 N. Zaragoza Rd. and 193 N. Old Pueblo Rd. Property Owner: Gilbert Malooly and Malooly Properties, LLC. PZRZ18-00029 [POSTPONED FROM 03-05-19]

 

 

District 6

 

 

Planning and Inspections, Philip Etiwe, (915) 212-1553

Planning and Inspections, Anne Guayante, (915) 212-1814

 

 

 

 

22.2.

An Ordinance granting Special Permit No. PZST18-00017, to allow for a Community College Campus on the property described as Lot 1, Block 1, El Paso Community College Northwest Campus, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, pursuant to Section 20.10.260 of the El Paso City Code and repealing Ordinance No. 15866.  The penalty being as provided in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. Subject Property: 6701 S. Desert Boulevard. Property Owner: El Paso Community College. PZST18-00017

 

 

District 1

 

 

Planning and Inspections, Philip F. Etiwe, (915) 212-1553

Planning and Inspections, Andrew Salloum, (915) 212-1603

 

 

 

 

22.3.

An Ordinance changing the zoning of Tract 19B, Block 2, Ysleta Grant, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from R-F (Ranch-Farm) to C-4 (Commercial). The penalty is as provided for in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. Subject Property: Northeast corner of Inglewood and Nevarez. Property Owner: Inglewood Properties, LLC. PZRZ18-00041 THIS IS AN APPEAL CASE.

 

 

District 6

 

 

Planning and Inspections, Philip F. Etiwe, (915) 212-1553

Planning and Inspections, Karina X. Brasgalla, (915) 212-1604

 

 

 

 

22.4.

An Ordinance amending the Future Land Use Map (FLUM) contained in "Plan El Paso" for the property legally described as Tract 19B, Block 2, Ysleta Grant, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from O3, Agricultural to G7, Industrial. Property Owner: Inglewood Properties, LLC. PLCP18-00004. THIS IS AN APPEAL CASE.

 

 

District 6

 

 

Planning and Inspections, Philip F. Etiwe, (915) 212-1553

Planning and Inspections, Santiago Vallejo, (915) 212-1561

 

 

 

 

22.5.

An Ordinance changing the zoning of Lot 1, Block 1, EPISD E-17, 5401 Marcus Uribe Drive, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, from R-F (Ranch-Farm) to R-3A (Residential). The penalty is as provided for in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. Subject Property: 5401 Marcus Uribe Drive, Property Owner: Desert View Construction, LLC. PZRZ18-00050

 

 

District 4

 

 

Planning and Inspections, Philip Etiwe, (915) 212-1553

Planning and  Inspections, Armida R. Martinez, (915) 212-1605

 

 

 

 

22.6.

An Ordinance to correct Ordinance 017907 vacating a portion of Main Street, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas. Subject Property: North of San Antonio and West of Mesa Street; Applicant: Mills Plaza Parking, L.P.

 

 

District 8

 

 

Planning and Inspections, Philip F. Etiwe, (915) 212-1553

Planning and Inspections, Nelson Ortiz, (915) 212-1606

 

 

23.

Goal 7: Enhance and Sustain El Paso’s Infrastructure Network

 

 

 

 

23.1.

An Ordinance amending Title 12, Chapter 12.88 (Schedules), Section 12.88.200 (Schedule XVIII - Restrictions on parking in residential districts), Paragraph U (No Parking 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M., everyday) to add N. El Paso Street from W. Rio Grande Avenue to E. Yandell Drive, the penalty being as provided in Section 12.84.010 and 12.44.280 (S) of the El Paso City Code.

 

 

District 8

 

 

Streets and Maintenance, Hannah Williams, (915) 212-7003

 

 

 

 

 

23.2.

An Ordinance amending Title 12 (Vehicles and Traffic), Chapter 12.20 (Traffic Control Devices), Section 12.20.060 (Signal Legend-Go, Caution and Stop), Subsection C (Red Alone or “Stop”) to prohibit right turns at the intersection of Dyer Street and Ellerthorpe Ave., Northbound and Southbound traveling on Dyer Street. The penalty being provided in Chapter 12.84 (Penalty) of the El Paso City Code.

 

 

District 2

 

 

Streets and Maintenance, Ivan Chan, (915) 212-7043

 

 

REGULAR AGENDA - OTHER BUSINESS

 

 

24.

Goal 3: Promote the Visual Image of El Paso

 

 

 

 

24.1.

Discussion and action on a request from Berenice Saucedo for City Council to grant an exception from the prohibition of the sale of alcoholic beverages within three hundred feet of a public or private school for the property located at 501 S. Campbell, and legally described as a portion Lots 4 thru 10, Block 114, Campbell, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas. [POSTPONED FROM 02-26-19]

 

 

District 8

 

 

Planning and Inspections, Phillip Etiwe, (915) 212-1553

Planning and Inspections, Raul Garcia, (915) 212-1643

 

 

 

 

24.2.

Discussion and action on a request from Octavio Gomez for City Council to grant an exception from the prohibition of the sale of alcoholic beverages within three hundred feet of a public or private school for a proposed restaurant requesting to sell mixed beverages, the property located at 2260 Zaragoza, and legally described as a portion Lot 1, Block 1, Zaraeste, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas. [POSTPONED FROM 03-05-19]

 

 

District 5

 

 

Planning and Inspections, Phillip Etiwe, (915) 212-1553

Planning and Inspections, Raul Garcia, (915) 212-1643

 

 

25.

Goal 7: Enhance and Sustain El Paso’s Infrastructure Network

 

 

 

 

25.1.

Discussion and action that the City Manager be authorized to sign a Real Estate Sales Contract between The El Paso Independent School District as Seller and the City of El Paso as Buyer for the purchase of 5.244  acres legally described as being a portion of Tract 5-B-1, Block 2, Ascarate Grant, El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, said parcel to be used for a Regional Water Park and that the City Manager or his designee be authorized to sign any necessary documents to accomplish the intent of this Resolution. The purchase price is $540,000.

 

 

District 2

 

 

Capital Improvement, Sam Rodriguez, (915) 212-0065

 

 

 

26.

Goal 8: Nurture and Promote a Healthy, Sustainable Community

 

 

 

 

26.1.

Discussion and action on a Resolution approving funding commitment in the amount of $63,000 for the rehabilitation of four multi-family units located at 6806 Alameda Avenue by P.V. Community Development Corporation and authorizing the City Manager to sign all related documents including the release of obligations under a previous HOME Financial Terms Contract between the City and Jose De La Rosa and Antonia De La Rosa dated July 2, 2002, assumed by Project Vida Community Development Corporation through an Assumption Agreement dated January 24, 2017.

 

 

District 3

 

 

Community and Human Development, Nicole M. Ferrini, (915) 212-0138

Community and Human Development, Arturo Rubio, (915) 212-0139

 

 

27.

MAYOR AND COUNCIL

 

 

 

 

27.1.

Discussion and action regarding City of El Paso State Legislative Agenda for the 86th Legislative Session.

 

 

 

 

 

Mayor Dee Margo, (915) 212-1051

City Manager's Office, Israel Irrobali, (915) 212-1622

 

 

 

 

27.2.

Discussion and action to approve a Resolution supporting the submission of a proposal by the Medical Center of the Americas Foundation to the U.S. Economic Development Administration Regional Innovation Strategy Seed Fund Support Grant Competition.

 

 

 

 

 

Representative Cassandra Hernandez, (915) 212-0003

 

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

The City Council of the City of El Paso may retire into EXECUTIVE SESSION pursuant to Section 3.5A of the El Paso City Charter and the Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, Subchapter D, to discuss any of the following: (The items listed below are matters of the sort routinely discussed in Executive Session, but the City Council of the City of El Paso may move to Executive Session any of the items on this agenda, consistent with the terms of the Open Meetings Act and the Rules of City Council.) The City Council will return to open session to take any final action and may also, at any time during the meeting, bring forward any of the following items for public discussion, as appropriate.

Section 551.071

CONSULTATION WITH ATTORNEY

Section 551.072

DELIBERATION REGARDING REAL PROPERTY

Section 551.073

DELIBERATION REGARDING PROSPECTIVE GIFTS

Section 551.074

PERSONNEL MATTERS

Section 551.076

DELIBERATION REGARDING SECURITY DEVICES

Section 551.087

DELIBERATION REGARDING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NEGOTIATIONS

Section 551.089

DELIBERATION REGARDING SECURITY DEVICES OR SECURITY AUDITS; CLOSED MEETING

Goal 6: Set the Standard for Sound Governance and Fiscal Management

Discussion and action on the following:

 

 

EX1.

Shared Use Mobility Device Regulations, Section 15.08.150 of the El Paso City Code (551.071)

 

City Attorney’s Office, Karla M. Nieman, (915) 212-0033

 

 

ADJOURN

 

 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC:

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