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

April 16, 2019

COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL

9:00 AM

 

AND

 

AGENDA REVIEW MEETING

300 N. CAMPBELL

MAIN CONFERENCE ROOM, 2ND FLOOR

APRIL 15, 2019

9:00 AM

 

 

 

 

ROLL CALL

 

 

 

 

 

INVOCATION BY DR. MARK ROTRAMEL, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

 

 

 

 

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

 

 

 

 

Students from Hawkins Elementary, at the invitation of District 3 Representative Cassandra Hernandez:

 

Elijah Acosta

Dylan Antunez

Pricilla Bernal

Valerie Carreon

Amy De La Rosa

Joaquin Davila

Kendra Diaz

Antonio Duran

Regina Guillen

Dominic Hernandez

Gustavo Leyva

Mellanie Marquez

Sierra Quinones

Jailynn Rascon

Alexis Sheets

Isabel Velasquez

 

 

MAYOR’S PROCLAMATIONS

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.

Community and Human Development Week

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.

Earth Month

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.

Month of the Military Child

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.

Zika Action Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.

Fill the Boot 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 the Regular City Council Meeting of April 2, 2019, the Agenda Review Meeting of April 1, 2019 and the Work Session of February 25, 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.

A Resolution to authorize the City Manager to sign a Southern Industrial Park Site Lease between the City of El Paso ("Lessor") and The Croucher Family Ltd. Partnership ("Lessee") for all of Lots 7, Block 7, El Paso International Airport Tracts, Unit 2, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas municipally known and numbered as 7505 Lockheed, El Paso, Texas.

 

The lease term is 40 years with 1 ten-year option. The site is 30,825 square feet at $0.52 per square feet and the annual rental rate is $16,029.00. The previous rate per square feet was $0.1672; the current annual rental rate is an increase of $10,875.06.

 

 

 

District 3

 

 

 

Aviation, Monica Lombraña, (915) 212-7301

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.2.

That the City Council approves a deductive Change Order to the EPIA- Checked Baggage Inspection System Project, Contract No. 2016-963 with Hensel Phelps Construction Co. (‘Contractor”) in the amount of ONE HUNDRED FIFTY FIVE THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED TWENTY FIVE AND NO/100 DOLLARS ($155,125.00) to deduct the unused portion of the project allowance for baggage porters.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.1.

Approve budget transfer to increase the FY2019 Confiscated Funds and appropriations as follows: State Confiscated Funds Budget by $794,158; Federal Confiscated Funds Budget by $351,242; and Treasury Confiscated Funds Budget by $38,655.

 

BACKGROUND / DISCUSSION:

Funds are received through awards made by the Asset Forfeiture Program and must be used to further law enforcement activities. The proposed FY 2019 Confiscated Funds Budget will allow the Police Department to purchase public safety equipment, provide training to employees, and fund substance abuse and prevention programs. The major planned purchases are detailed in the attached document.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

Police, Chief Gregory K. Allen, (915) 212-4300

Police, Adriana Romero, (915) 212-4296

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.

Goal 3: Promote the Visual Image of El Paso

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.1.

A Resolution that Schedule C, attached to the FY2019 Budget Resolution and effective September 1, 2018, shall be amended, effective April 16, 2019, to establish the amounts of fees and related charges made necessary and authorized by the revisions to Title 5 of the City Code relating to a sound amplification permit for non-residential property.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.1.

That the Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing Director is authorized to notify Magdalena V. Heredia that the City is terminating Contract No. 2017-1409 Sports Officials Part II, Group  III and IV for default effective April 16, 2019, pursuant to the provisions and requirements of Part 4, Section 8B of the Contract, due to contractor’s failure to perform under the Contract.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

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

Parks and Recreation, Tracy A. Novak, (915) 212-1708

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.2.

That the City Manager be authorized to sign a Professional Service Agreement for Veterinary Reference Laboratory Services No. 2019-045R for the Zoo by and between the City of El Paso and Antech Diagnostics, Inc., 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 $120,000.00 for the initial term and an estimated $200,000.00 if the option to extend is exercised.

 

Contract Variance:

 

The difference in cost, based on the annual contract price comparison from previous contract amount of $27,260.31 and the annual price amount for this contract $40,000.00 is $12,739.69. The 47% increase is due to more animals being added to the zoo population.

 

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

Zoo, Leonor Wilson, (915) 212-2810

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.3.

A Resolution that the closure of rights-of-way within the City of El Paso for the Dia de Los Niños from 2:00 p.m. on Friday, April 26, 2019, to 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, April 27, 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 Mesa St. (SH 20) between Franklin and Texas Ave. (SH 20) 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. (CSEV19-00036)

 

 

 

District 8

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.4.

A Resolution amending the All Abilities Playground Plan and expenditure of Modular Playground Equipment funds earmarked for that purpose, to allow for funding $200,000 towards the installation of play equipment at Thunderbird Playground, located at Jan Sumrall Memorial Trailhead.

 

 

 

District 1

 

 

 

Parks and Recreation, Tracy Novak, (915)  212-1708

 

 

 

 

 

 

7.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

7.1.

That the City Manager be authorized to sign a Local Transportation Project Advance Funding Agreement by and between the City of El Paso and the State of Texas, acting by and through the Texas Department of Transportation, for the Bicycle Connectivity Phase II Project for the design and construction of bicycle facilities citywide to include the following: buffered bicycle lanes, conventional bicycle lanes, bicycle boulevards, shared lane markings and protected bicycle lanes, for an estimated total project cost of $1,899,592.00, with an estimated City participation of $363,216.00, and that the authority granted to the City Manager on August 7, 2018 to sign a Local Transportation Project Advance Funding Agreement by and between the City of El Paso and the State of Texas, acting by and through the Texas Department of Transportation, for the Bicycle Connectivity Phase II Project is hereby null and void.

 

 

 

Districts 1, 2, 5, 7, and 8

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

7.2.

That the City Manager is authorized to sign an Operating and Maintenance Agreement by and between the City and the Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce Foundation for the operating and maintenance of the Star on the Mountain from May 1, 2019 to April 30, 2024 for the program services in the amount not to exceed $12,000 per year.  Operating and Maintenance costs will be reimbursed in an amount not to exceed $50,000 per year.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

Streets and Maintenance, Richard Bristol, Director (915) 212-0151

 

 

 

 

 

 

8.

Goal 8: Nurture and Promote a Healthy, Sustainable Community

 

 

 

 

 

 

8.1.

A Resolution to: (1) approve the assumption by Jesse Prentice Loftin Jr. of a HOME Financial Terms Contract loan between the City of El Paso 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; (2) approve the funding commitment in the amount of $65,000 for the rehabilitation of four multi-family units located at 6806 Alameda Avenue by Jesse Prentice Loftin Jr; (3) approve the release of the obligations under the HOME Financial Terms Contract assumed by Jesse Prentice Loftin Jr; and (4) authorize the City Manager to execute all documents necessary to complete the transaction.

 

 

 

District 3

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA - BOARD RE-APPOINTMENTS:

 

 

 

 

 

 

9.

Goal 3: Promote the Visual Image of El Paso

 

 

 

 

 

 

9.1.

Ricardo E. Cabrera to the City Plan Commission by Mayor Dee Margo.

 

 

 

Mayor Dee Margo, (915) 212-1051

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA - BOARD APPOINTMENTS:

 

 

 

 

 

 

10.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

10.1.

J. Edward Moreno to the Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Number 5 by Mayor Dee Margo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mayor Dee Margo, (915) 212-1051

 

 

 

 

 

 

11.

Goal 3: Promote the Visual Image of El Paso

 

 

 

 

 

 

11.1.

Geoffrey Wright to the City Plan Commission by Representative Alexsandra Annello.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Representative Alexsandra Annello, (915) 212-0002

 

 

 

 

 

 

12.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

12.1.

Michael Osburn to the Bicycle Advisory Committee by Representative Claudia Ordaz Perez.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Representative Claudia Ordaz Perez, (915) 212-0006

 

 

 

 

 

 

12.2.

Frank Luna to the Museums and Cultural Affairs Advisory Board by Representative Isabel Salcido.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Representative Isabel Salcido, (915) 212-0005

 

 

 

 

 

 

12.3.

Ivan Nino to the Museums and Cultural Affairs Advisory Board by Representative Isabel Salcido.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Representative Isabel Salcido, (915) 212-0005

 

 

 

 

 

 

13.

Goal 8: Nurture and Promote a Healthy, Sustainable Community

 

 

 

 

 

 

13.1.

Crystal M. Garcia to the City Accessibility Advisory Committee by Representative Alexsandra Annello.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Representative Alexsandra Annello, (915) 212-0002

 

 

 

 

 

 

13.2.

Terri Flickinger to the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program Advisory Council by Representative Cassandra Hernandez.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Representative Cassandra Hernandez, (915) 212-0003

 

 

 

 

 

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 A).

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA - NOTICE FOR NOTATION:

 

 

 

 

 

 

15.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

15.1.

For notation pursuant to Section 2.92.110 of the City Code: receipt of campaign contribution by Representative Sam Morgan in the amount of $1,000.00 from Robert E. Skov.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Representative Sam Morgan, (915) 212-0004

 

 

 

 

 

 

15.2.

For notation pursuant to Section 2.92.110 of the City Code, receipt of the following campaign contributions by Mayor Margo:

 

$5,000 Donald R Margo III; $3,593.07 J Kirk Robison;  $2,501 Anthony B Furman; $2,500 Alan R Abott; $2,500 Richard Aguilar; $2,500 Richard J Amstater; $2,500 Ed Anderson; $2,500 Antcliff Mediation PLLC; $2,500 Bill Appleton; $2,500 James A Cardwell Jr.; $2,500 Rodrigo Fernandez; $2,500 Miguel Fernandez; $2,500 Paul L Foster; $5,000 Steve Fox; $2,500 L Frederick Francis; $2,500 Leonard A Goodman III; $2,500 Ruben E Guerra; $2,500 Bruce Gulbas; $2,500 E C Houghton; $2,500 Woody L Hunt; $2,500 Joshua W Hunt; $2,500 Stanley P Jobe;  $2,500 Randy L Kuykendall; $2,500 Brad Kuykendall; $2,500 Daniel Longoria; $2,500 Hector J Lopez; $2,500 Luke T Lowenfield;  $2,500 Ronald W Lowenfield; $2,500 Sandra S Lowenfield; $2,500 Ike J Monty III; $2,500 Raymond Palacios; $2,500 Gary Porras; $2,500 William F Randag Jr.;  $2,500 J Kirk Robison; $2,500 J W Rogers; $2,500 Isha Rogers; $2,500 Dede Rogers;  $2,500 K Alan Russell;  $2,500 Pablo Sanders; $2,500 Peter A Spier; $2,500 Maria F Teran; $2,500 Bill Terrell; $2,500 Betty R Wakefield; $2,500 Clinton E Wolf; $1,250 Randall J Bowling; $1,250 Robert L Bowling IV; $1,000 Benjamin Arriola; $1,000 Richard A Behrenhausen; $1,000 Jack Chapman; $1,000 Irene Epperson; $1,000 Margarita Escduero; $1,000 Jim Gore; $1,000 Richard P Henson; $1,000 John T Hjalmquist; $1,000 Robert A Hoy; $1,000 Marion L Hunt; $1,000 Terren D Klein; $1,000 Susan M Lilly; $1,000 Linebarger Goggan Blair Simpson LLP; $1,000 Clay Lowenfield; $1,000 F Michael Norwich; $1,000 Carlos E Ornelas; $1,000 Sonny & Ann Brown Living Trust; $1,000 Thad Steele Jr.; $1,000 Robert V Wingo; $500 Alejandro Acosta Jr.; $500 Armando Armedariz II; $500 Perry Oscar Barber; $500 Jonathan Barela; $500 Samuel B Borsberry; $500 Will C Brown; $500 Sharon Butterworth; $500 Kimmie Caldwell; $500 John B Colquitt Jr.; $500 John S Cullers; $500 Hector Delgado; $500 Tad l Deutsch; $500 Carlos F Diaz; $500 Harold W Ettinger; $500 Milad K Farah; $500 Ricardo Fernandez; $500 Patrick W Gorman; $500 Paul Harvey Jr; $500 Gary R Hedrick; $500 G Russell Hill;  $500 Patrick R Holland; $500 Tami Keating; $500 Matthew M Keats; $500 Henry P King; $500 Robert D Kotarski; $500 Ann Morgan Lilly; $500 E R Lilly Jr; $500 James P Maloney; $500 Mitchell McBeth; $500 Ryan T McNellis; $500 John E Moye;  $500 Melissa W O'Rourke; $500 David P Ortwein; $500 Britt L Porter; $500 Victor F Poulos; $500 David J Rendall; $500 Ralph WM Richards; $500 John M Rindt; $500 Leonardo Robles Jr.; $500 ScottPAC;  $500 Robert M Shiloff; $500 Robert E Skov; $500 Mario D Southern; $500Frank Spencer III; $500 Alden Sultzbaugh; $500 Alton F Thomas; $500 Gregory Trubowitsch; $500 Tyler Daniels; $500 Lance Van Deman; $500 Georg Wayne; $500 Gordon E Welch; $500 Ceci Mile Mulrihill; $500 Lawrence Wollschlager; $250 Jaime Barceleau; $250 Richard A Bonner; $250 Dealey D Herndon; $250 Edgar Lopez; $250 Mark Osborne; $250 David R Pierce;  $250 Laura Rodriguez; $250 Luis C Rosas; $250 Josephine P Schwartz; $250 Jonathan D Schwartz Jr; $250 The Dennis and Donna Neessen Trust; $250 Robin C Thigpin; $250 Robert Veliz; $200 Richard C Black; $200 R E Dayoub; $200 Charles Horak Jr; $200 Nancy McNight Howell; $200 Annette Hoy; $200 Scott W Kendall; $200 Lionel W Thomson; $150 Adin A Brown; $100 Donna Mae Bloedorn;  $100 Toni M Call; $100 Duane P Coleman; $100 Marcia S Dahlberg; $100 Wade Y Daw; $100 D M Fickett; $100 Thomass R Figart; $100 Catherine R Hassler; $200 Claudia Ivey; $100 Stuart W Kahn; $100  Matthew C Kerr;  $100 Helen W Knopp; $100 Donald C Luciano; $100 Raymond Marshall;$100 Jan Guynes McNutt; $100 Maria E Ramirez; $100 Ricardo Marquez DDS PA; $100; Mimi E Short; $100 Andrew Werner; $50 Yolanda Bencomo; $50 Jose A Hinojosa Jr; $50 Russell I Moore; $25 Gabriel Aragon; $25 Patricia Carafano

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mayor Dee Margo, (915) 212-1051

 

 

 

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA - BEST VALUE PROCUREMENTS:

 

 

 

 

 

 

16.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

16.1.

The award of Solicitation No. 2019-475 High Pressure – Low Pressure and Brake Coupled Hoses, Hose Machine Rental & Field Service to Bridgestone Hosepower, LLC dba Hose Power USA and/or Complete Safety for an initial term estimated award of $270,000.00.  The award is to include a two (2) year optional amount of $180,000.00 for a total five (5) year award of $450,000.00.  The approval of this contract would allow for the continual maintenance and upkeep of the fleet vehicles with hydraulic and pneumatic systems.  This allows for consistent, safe and efficient operation of vehicles while maintaining maximum reliability.

 

CONTRACT VARIANCE:

The difference in cost, based on a comparison to the previous contract is as follows:

An increase of $25,852.06 over the three (3) year initial term.  The cost per sample listing increased 9.1% and the labor rate for after hour service increased 17.6% compared to the previous contract which was awarded on October 22, 2013. 

 

Department:                                     Streets and Maintenance

Award to:                                         Bridgestone Hosepower, LLC dba Hose                                                          Power USA

                                                         and/or Complete Safety

                                                         Orlando, FL

Item(s):                                            All

Initial Term:                                      3 years

Option to Extend:                             2 years

Annual Estimated Award:                $90,000.00

Initial Term Estimated Award:         $270,000.00 (3 years)

Total Estimated Award:                   $450,000.00 (5 years)

Account No.:                                    532-37020-531250-3600-P3711

                                                         532-37020-531210-3600-P3701           

Funding Source:                              Inventory Purchases Materials and Supplies                                                          (Internal Service Fund)

                                                         Equipment Outside Repair Services                                                          (Internal Service Fund)

Districts:                                           All

 

This is a Best Value, contract.

 

The Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing and Streets and Maintenance Departments recommend award as indicated to Bridgestone Hosepower, LLC dba Hose Power USA and/or Complete Safety, the bidder offering the best value bid.  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

Streets and Maintenance, Richard J. Bristol, (915) 212-7000

 

 

 

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA - REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL:

 

 

 

 

 

 

17.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

17.1.

Request that the Director of Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing be authorized to issue a change order to ZOLL Medical Corporation referencing Contract 2018-792R 12-Lead Field Cardiac Monitors Defibrillators. This change order is to increase the contract by $254,191.25 for a total amount not to exceed $1,270,956.25.  The change order will cover expenses to purchase additional defibrillators and accessories for the Fire Department during the next three years.

 

Department:                               Fire

Award to:                                   ZOLL Medical Corporation

                                                   Chelmsford, MA

Total Estimated Award:             $254,191.25

Account No.:                              322 – 22090 – 531120 - 1000 – P2217

Funding Source:                        General Fund – Clinical Medical Supplies 

Districts:                                     All

 

This is a change order for a Request for Proposal, service contract.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

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

Fire, Chief Mario D’Agostino, (915) 212-5606

 

 

 

 

 

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

18.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

18.1.

An Ordinance authorizing the City Manager to sign the First Amendment to Ordinance No. 018871, the Land Exchange Agreement between the City of El Paso and FSW Investments, LP to extend the deadline by which the parties must enter into a development agreement; amend certain definitions and the manner in which closing is to occur; and to provide for the City’s cooperation in the creation of a Municipal Management District over the City-owned property located in the northeast section of the City being transferred to FSW Investments, LP.

 

 

 

Districts 1 and 4

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON APRIL 30, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

19.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

19.1.

An Ordinance granting a franchise for Dominion Ambulance, LLC to operate a non-emergency ambulance transfer service.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

Fire, Chief Mario M. D'Agostino,  (915) 212-5610

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON APRIL 30, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

19.2.

An Ordinance granting a franchise for Elite Medical Transport of Texas, LLC to operate a non-emergency ambulance transfer service.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

Fire, Chief Mario M. D'Agostino,  (915) 212-5610

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON APRIL 30, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

19.3.

An Ordinance granting a franchise for Life Ambulance Service, Inc. to operate a non-emergency ambulance transfer service.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

Fire, Chief Mario M. D'Agostino,  (915) 212-5610

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON APRIL 30, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

19.4.

An Ordinance amending Title 9 (Health and Safety), Chapter 9.85 (Emergency and Transfer Ambulance Services), Section 9.85.110 (Personnel, Vehicles and Equipment – Standards and Requirements; Inspection), Subsection C, to correct a reference to the type of equipment each ambulance must carry; the penalty as provided in Section 9.85.130 of the El Paso City Code.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

Fire, Chief Mario M. D'Agostino,  (915) 212-5610

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON APRIL 30, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

20.

Goal 3: Promote the Visual Image of El Paso:

 

 

 

 

 

 

20.1.

An Ordinance vacating a 20’ alley out of Block 77, Campbell Addition, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas. SURW18-00003 Subject Property: South of Paisano and East of Kansas, Applicant: Housing Authority of the City of El Paso

 

 

 

District 8

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON APRIL 30, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

20.2.

An Ordinance changing the zoning of the following real property known as:

 

Parcel 1:  Tract 12-A, Block 6, Ysleta Grant, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, from R-3A/C (Residential/Conditions) to A-O/C (Apartment-Office/Condition); and,

Parcel 2:  Tract 2, Block 6, Ysleta Grant, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, From R-3A/C (Residential/Conditions) to A-O/C (Apartment-Office/Conditions); and,

Parcel 3:  Tract 3-B, Block 6, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, from R-3A/C (Residential/Conditions) to A-O/C (Apartment-Office/Condition), and imposing a condition.

 

The penalty is as provided for in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. Subject Property: 8753 Muralla Way. Property Owner: Valle del Colibri, LLC. PZRZ17-00014

 

 

 

District 7

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON MAY 14, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

20.3.

An Ordinance amending a condition placed on property by Ordinance No. 16813, which changed the zoning of:

 

Parcel 1:  Tract 12-A, Block 6, Ysleta Grant, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, from R-3A/C (Residential/Conditions) to A-O/C (Apartment-Office/Condition); and,

Parcel 2:  Tract 2, Block 6, Ysleta Grant, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, From R-3A/C (Residential/Conditions) to A-O/C (Apartment-Office/Conditions); and,

Parcel 3:  Tract 3-B, Block 6, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, from R-3A/C (Residential/Conditions) to A-O/C (Apartment-Office/Condition), and imposing a condition.

 

The penalty is as provided for in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. Subject Property: 8753 Muralla Way. Property Owner: Valle del Colibri, LLC. PZCR18-00001

 

 

 

District 7

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON MAY 14, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

20.4.

An Ordinance changing the zoning of the following real property known as:

PARCEL  1:   428 James St.,  C Christy PT of TR 6 & 7 beg 393.7 ft. NE of SWC irreg on N 87.6 on E 462.98 on S 101.6 ft on W, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 2:  432 James St., C Christy N 86.50 ft. of S 393.7 ft. of TR 6 & 7, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 3:  436 James St., C Christy N 86.50 ft. of S 307.20 ft. of TR 6 & 7, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 4:   440 James St., C Christy N 86.50 ft. of S 220.70 ft. of 6 & 7, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 5:  444 James St., C Christy N 86.5 ft. of S 134.2 ft. of TRS 6 & 7, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 6:   500 James St., C Christy S 47.70 ft. of 6 & 7 & N 38.80 ft. of 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 7:  501 James St., D Christy N 89.00 ft. of 4 & 5, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 8:   504 James St., C Christy Tract W 150.84 ft. of S 86.50 ft. of N 125.30 ft. of 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 9:   500 James St., C Christy Tract E 312.05 ft. of S 86.50 ft. of N 125.30 ft. of 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 10:  505 James St., D Christy  S 78 ft. of N 167 ft. of 4 & 5, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 11:  508 James St., C Christy Tract  S 86.50 ft. of N 211.80 ft. of 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 12:  509 James St., D Christy  S 78 ft. of N 245 ft. of 4 & 5, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 13: 512 James St., C Christy Tract S 86.50 ft. on N 298.30 ft. of 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 14:  513 James St., D Christy S 78.0 ft. of N 323 ft. of 4 & 5, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 15: 516 James St., C Christy S 86.5 ft. of N 384.8 ft. of TRS 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 16: 517 James St., D Christy N 78' of S 95.29' of N 418.29' of 4 & 5 (78' on st - 523.18' on  N -78' on W -523.62' on S), City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 17;  520 James St., C Christy  N 86.5 ft. of S 432.5 ft. of TRS 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 18: 521 James St., D Christy N 78' of S 416.3' of 4 & 5 (78' on ST -523.62' on N -78' on W - 524.06' on S), City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 19:  524 James St., C Christy Tract N 86.5 ft. of S 346 ft. of TR 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 20:  525 James St., D Christy N 78 ft. of S 388.3 ft. of 4 & 5 Unit T, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 21:  528 James St., C Christy N 86.50 ft. of S 259.50 ft. of (8 & 9), City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 22:  532 James St., C Christy N 86.5 of S 173 of TR 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 23:  533 James St., D Christy PT of 4 & 5 BEG 182.33 FT N of SEC of 4 (497.80' on S-irreg on W-524.49' on N-77.97' on ST), City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 24:  533 James St., D Christy N 85 FT of S 182.33 ft. of 4 & 5 (497.80 ft on N - 85 ft. on E - 443.48 ft. on S - 100.92 ft. on W), City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 25:  536 James St., C Christy S 86.5 ft. of TRS 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 26: 537 James St., D Christy SLY 97.33 ft. of (4 & 5), City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; from R-3 (Residential) to R-1 (Residential), the penalty is as provided for in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. PZRZ19-00001

 

 

 

District 7

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON MAY 14, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

20.5.

An Ordinance granting Special Permit no. PZST19-00005, to allow for a planned residential development overlay on the property described as:

PARCEL  1:   428 James St.,  C Christy PT of TR 6 & 7 beg 393.7 ft. NE of SWC irreg on N 87.6 on E 462.98 on S 101.6 ft on W, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 2:  432 James St., C Christy N 86.50 ft. of S 393.7 ft. of TR 6 & 7, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 3:  436 James St., C Christy N 86.50 ft. of S 307.20 ft. of TR 6 & 7, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 4:   440 James St., C Christy N 86.50 ft. of S 220.70 ft. of 6 & 7, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 5:  444 James St., C Christy N 86.5 ft. of S 134.2 ft. of TRS 6 & 7, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 6:   500 James St., C Christy S 47.70 ft. of 6 & 7 & N 38.80 ft. of 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 7:  501 James St., D Christy N 89.00 ft. of 4 & 5, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 8:   504 James St., C Christy Tract W 150.84 ft. of S 86.50 ft. of N 125.30 ft. of 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 9:   500 James St., C Christy Tract E 312.05 ft. of S 86.50 ft. of N 125.30 ft. of 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 10:  505 James St., D Christy  S 78 ft. of N 167 ft. of 4 & 5, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 11:  508 James St., C Christy Tract  S 86.50 ft. of N 211.80 ft. of 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 12:  509 James St., D Christy  S 78 ft. of N 245 ft. of 4 & 5, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 13: 512 James St., C Christy Tract S 86.50 ft. on N 298.30 ft. of 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 14:  513 James St., D Christy S 78.0 ft. of N 323 ft. of 4 & 5, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 15: 516 James St., C Christy S 86.5 ft. of N 384.8 ft. of TRS 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 16: 517 James St., D Christy N 78' of S 95.29' of N 418.29' of 4 & 5 (78' on st - 523.18' on  N -78' on W -523.62' on S), City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 17;  520 James St., C Christy  N 86.5 ft. of S 432.5 ft. of TRS 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 18: 521 James St., D Christy N 78' of S 416.3' of 4 & 5 (78' on ST -523.62' on N -78' on W - 524.06' on S), City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 19:  524 James St., C Christy Tract N 86.5 ft. of S 346 ft. of TR 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 20:  525 James St., D Christy N 78 ft. of S 388.3 ft. of 4 & 5 Unit T, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 21:  528 James St., C Christy N 86.50 ft. of S 259.50 ft. of (8 & 9), City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 22:  532 James St., C Christy N 86.5 of S 173 of TR 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 23:  533 James St., D Christy PT of 4 & 5 BEG 182.33 FT N of SEC of 4 (497.80' on S-irreg on W-524.49' on N-77.97' on ST), City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 24:  533 James St., D Christy N 85 FT of S 182.33 ft. of 4 & 5 (497.80 ft on N - 85 ft. on E - 443.48 ft. on S - 100.92 ft. on W), City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 25:  536 James St., C Christy S 86.5 ft. of TRS 8 & 9, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; and,

PARCEL 26: 537 James St., D Christy SLY 97.33 ft. of (4 & 5), City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas;, pursuant to Section 20.10.470 of the El Paso City Code.  The penalty being as provided in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. PZST19-00005

 

 

 

District 7

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON MAY 14, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

21.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

21.1.

An Ordinance to amend the City of El Paso Bike Plan to delete Resler Canyon Connection from the City of El Paso Bike Plan.

 

 

 

District 1

 

 

 

Streets and Maintenance, Richard Bristol, (915) 212-0151

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON APRIL 30, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

REGULAR AGENDA – OTHER BUSINESS

 

 

 

 

 

 

22.

Goal 8: Nurture and Promote a Healthy, Sustainable Community

 

 

 

 

 

 

22.1.

Report on award of $500,000 from PetCo Foundation for the City's Department of Animal Services Development of the CATZ (Cats at the Zoo) café and catio and adoption center.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

Animal Services, Paula Powell, (915) 212-8703

 

 

 

 

 

REGULAR AGENDA – OTHER BIDS, CONTRACTS, PROCUREMENTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

23.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

23.1.

Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2019-859 Shawver Park Sport Field Rehabilitation (Re-Bid) to ACCENT LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS, INC. for a total award of $953,906.88. The project will provide improvements to the sport fields. The existing fence around the two baseball fields will be removed and replaced. A new backstop will be constructed on one baseball field and the other baseball field backstop area will be renovated with new fencing. A new fence will be provided to enclose the two central soccer fields to protect the green area. All fields, including the two outer fields, east and west of the central fields, will receive grading improvements and will be re-seeded.

 

Department:                            Capital Improvement

Award to:                                ACCENT LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS, INC.

                                                El Paso, TX

Item(s):                                   All

Term:                                      180 consecutive calendar days

Total Estimated Award:          $953,906.88

Account No.:                           580270-29010-4800-190-PCP13PRKA29

Funding Source:                     2012 Quality of Life Bond

District:                                    7

 

This is a Low Bid, unit price contract.

 

The Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing and Capital Improvement Departments recommend award as indicated to ACCENT LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS, INC. the lowest responsive, responsible bidder.

 

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 7

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

24.

Goal 5: Promote Transparent and Consistent Communication Among All Members of the Community

 

 

 

 

 

 

24.1.

Discussion and action on a request that the Director of Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing Department be authorized to issue purchase order to Accela Inc., the creator and sole provider of the Accela Software System for licensing, permits and code enforcement, with the stipulation that the vendor provides an updated sole source letter and affidavit each year. This purchase is for license and services of this software in the estimated amount of $362,523.00, for FY19 and FY20.  

 

Contract Variance:

 

The difference in cost, based on the comparison from previous contract, is as follows: Annual decrease of 26.29%, resulting in savings of $129,303.82.

 

Department:                      Information Technology

Award to:                          Accela Inc.

                                          San Ramon, CA

Initial Term:                      16 months 

Total Estimated Award:    $362,523.00

Account No.:                     999-1000-15240-P1506-522020

Funding Source:               General Fund – Data Processing Services Contracts  

Districts:                            All

Reference No.:                 2019-985

 

This is a Sole Source, service contract.

 

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

Information Technology Services, Enrique Martinez, Jr., (915) 212-1400

 

 

 

 

 

 

25.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

25.1.

Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation 2019-539 James Street and Drainage Improvements to MARTINEZ BROS. CONTRACTORS, LLC for an estimated total award of $994,325.00. The project consists of full street reconstruction of James Street between Craddock Avenue and Mansfield Avenue. The scope of work will include but not limited to the demolition of existing sidewalk, driveways, ramps and existing pavement structure. Roadway improvements shall consist of new pavement structure consisting of Hot Mix Asphaltic Concrete (HMAC), with base course and compacted subgrade. New ADA compliant concrete sidewalks and driveways, new ADA concrete ramps, dark sky compliant street light and new street signage. Drainage improvements, water and sanitary sewer replacement.   

 

Department:                    Capital Improvement

Award to:                         MARTINEZ BROS. CONTRACTORS, LLC

                                        El Paso, TX

Item(s):                            Base Bid I, Base Bid II, and Base Bid III

Initial Term:                     270 Consecutive Calendar Days

Base Bid I:                       $809,620.00

Base Bid II:                      $144,283.00

Base Bid III:                     $  40,422.00

Total Estimated Award:   $994,325.00

Account No.:                   190-4740-28900-580270-PCP17ST003

Funding Source:              2013 Street Infrastructure

Districts:                          7

 

This is a Low bid, unit price contract.

 

The Purchasing & Strategic Sourcing and Capital Improvement Departments recommend award as indicated to MARTINEZ BROS. CONTRACTORS, LLC, the lowest responsive, responsible bidder.

 

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 7

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

25.2.

Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2019-281 Janitorial Services – Police Department Facilities to Francisco Corral dba Eagle Janitorial Service for an initial three (3) year term estimated award of $1,252,135.80. The award is to include a two (2) year optional amount of $834,757.20. For a total five (5) year estimated award of $2,086,893.00. This contract will allow continued janitorial services for the Police Department Facilities.

 

CONTRACT VARIANCE:

 

The difference in cost, based on a comparison to the previous contract is as follows:

An increase of $318,448.80 over the three (3) year initial term.  The hourly rate increased by 17.9% per hour and an additional site was added compared to the previous contract which was awarded on October 08, 2013. 

 

Department:                                         Police Facilities

Award to Vendor:                                 Francisco Corral dba Eagle Janitorial                                                              Service

Location:                                               El Paso, TX

Items:                                                   All

Initial Term:                                          3 years

Option to Extend:                                 2 years

Annual Estimated Amount:                  $ 417,378.60

Initial Term Estimated Award:              $1,252,135.80 (3 years)       

Total Estimated Amount:                     $2,086,893.00 (5 years)

Accounts:                                             532-1000-31040-P3120-522060

Fund Source Name:                   General Fund – Maintenance Services -                                                              Janitorial

Districts:                                               All

 

This is a Best Value, service contract.

 

The Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing and Streets and Maintenance Departments recommend award as indicated to Francisco Corral dba Eagle Janitorial Service, the bidder offering the best value bid.  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  

Streets and Maintenance, Richard J. Bristol, (915) 212-7000

 

 

 

 

 

 

26.

MANAGEMENT UPDATES

 

 

 

 

 

 

26.1.

Streetcar Activation.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

Museums and Cultural Affairs, Tracey Jerome, (915) 212-1767

 

 

 

 

 

 

26.2.

Presentation and update on Street Reconstruction and Utility Coordination.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

26.3.

Budget Update.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

City Manager's Office, Robert Cortinas, (915) 212-1067

 

 

 

 

 

 

26.4.

Presentation and discussion on the Strategic Plan Goal Team Reports for the following teams:

 

Goal 5 (Communication)

Information and Technology Services Director, Enrique Martinez

Strategic Communications Director, Laura Cruz-Acosta

 

Goal 6 (Sound Governance)

Tax Assessor/Collector, Maria Pasillas

Human Resources Assistant Director, Claudia Lujan

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

Performance Office, Julie Baldwin-Munoz,  (915) 212-1204

 

 

 

 

 

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.

 

 

 

 

 

REGULAR AGENDA - OTHER BUSINESS

 

 

 

 

 

 

27.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

27.1.

Discussion and action on the approval of the Department of Aviation’s, El Paso International Airport (EPIA), amended five-year capital improvement plan (FY2019 through FY2023) in the estimated total projects cost amount of $107,896,488, and to authorize the City Manager to make all necessary budget transfers prior to the execution of the projects.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

Aviation, Monica Lombrana, (915) 212-7301

 

 

 

 

 

 

28.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

28.1.

Discussion and action on a Resolution to authorize the Mayor to sign a Certificate of Approval of the Highest Elected Official in conjunction with the proposed issuance by the Alamito Public Facilities Corporation (the "Issuer"), a public facility of the Housing Authority of the City of El Paso, in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $24,000,000.00, for the Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds RAD Conversion Program, DeWetter Apartments and Kathy White Apartments Project.

 

 

 

Districts 2 and 3

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

28.2.

Discussion and action on a Resolution authorizing the City Manager or his designee, to file or cause to be filed, a suit in eminent domain to acquire property for the purpose of extending Winn Road from the Playa Intercepting Drain to Rio Del Norte Drive as part of the Zaragoza Port-of-Entry, Pan American, Winn Road Build and Improvements Project.

 

 

 

District 6

 

 

 

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

Capital Improvement, Yvette Hernandez, (915) 212-0065

 

 

 

 

 

 

29.

MAYOR AND COUNCIL

 

 

 

 

 

 

29.1.

Discussion and action on a Resolution authorizing the expenditure of District 1 discretionary funds in an amount not to exceed $5,000 to the Museums and Cultural Affairs Department of the City of El Paso to assist the department with expenditures related to goods and services required for the department’s production of the Streetcar Music Series event.

 

 

 

All Districts

 

 

 

Representative Peter Svarzbein, (915) 212-1002

 

 

 

 

 

 

29.2.

Presentation by the Law School Initiative.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Representative Henry Rivera, (915) 212-0007

 

 

 

 

 

 

29.3.

Discussion and action on amending Ordinance No. 018746, which establishes the deadlines and procedures for placing matters on the agenda for City Council meetings, to revise the requirements for the placement of agenda items by City Council Members.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mayor Dee Margo, (915) 212-1051

 

 

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

ADJOURN

 

 

 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC:

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