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CITY OF HOUSTON . CITY COUNCIL

AGENDA CITY OF HOUSTON . CITY COUNCIL

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April 17 18, 2018

MAYOR SYLVESTER TURNER

CONTROLLER CHRIS B. BROWN

DISTRICT COUNCIL MEMBERS Brenda Stardig

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District A

Jerry Davis District B

Ellen R. Cohen District C

Dwight A. Boykins District D

Dave Martin District E

Steve Le District F

Greg Travis District G

Karla Cisneros District H

Robert Gallegos District I

Mike Laster District J

Vacant District K

AT-LARGE COUNCIL MEMBERS Mike Knox Position 1

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David W. Robinson Position 2

Michael Kubosh Position 3

Amanda K. Edwards Position 4

Jack Christie D.C. Position 5

Marta Crinejo Director - City Council Agenda Anna Russell City Secretary

In accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act the agenda is posted for public information, at all times, for at least 72 hours preceding the

scheduled time of the meeting on the bulletin board located on the exterior wall of the City Hall building at 901 Bagby.

The agenda may be accessed via the Internet at http://houston.novusagenda.com/agendapublic/. Copies of the agenda are available in the Office of the

City Secretary in the City Hall Annex, Public Level at no charge. To receive the agenda by mail, send check or money order for 52.00 for a one year subscription, made payable to the City of Houston to the attention of the City Secretary, P.O. Box 1562, Houston, Texas 77251.
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To reserve time to appear before Council call 832-393-1100 or come to the Office of the City Secretary, City Hall Annex, Public Level at least 30

minutes prior to the scheduled public session shown on the agenda. NOTE: If a translator is required, please advise when reserving time to speak
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AGENDA - COUNCIL MEETING Tuesday, April 17, 2018 - 1:30 PM City Hall Chamber

PRESENTATIONS

2:00 P.M. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Council Member Edwards

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ROLL CALL AND ADOPT MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MINUTES

PUBLIC SPEAKERS - Pursuant to City Council Rule 8, City Council will hear from members of the public; the names and subject matters of persons who

had requested to speak at the time of posting this Agenda are attached; the names and subject matters of persons who subsequently request to speak may be obtained in the City Secretary's Office.
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NOTE: If a translator is required, please advise when reserving time to speak

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RECESS

RECONVENE

DESCRIPTIONS OR CAPTIONS OF AGENDA ITEMS WILL BE READ BY THE

CITY SECRETARY PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT

MAYOR'S REPORT

CONSENT AGENDA NUMBERS 1 through 33

ACCEPT WORK - NUMBERS 1 through 3

1. RECOMMENDATION from Director Houston Public Works for approval of final contract amount of 9,106,698.06 and acceptance of work on contract with

OSCAR RENDA CONTRACTING, INC for Northside Sewer Relief Runnel Rehabilitation Area No. 5 - 7.78 under the original contract amount and under 5 contingency amount - DISTRICTS B - DAVIS and H - CISNEROS
Tagged Passions:contract, Utility, Public Works, utility, public works, and sewer

2. RECOMMENDATION from Director Houston Public Works for approval of final contract amount of 2,350,800.83 and acceptance of work on contract w i t h

DCE CONSTRUCTION, INC for Water Line Replacement in Sharpstown Country Club Estates Area - 4.84 under the original contract amount and under 5 contingency amount - DISTRICT J - LASTER
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3. RECOMMENDATION from Director Houston Public Works for approval of final contract amount of 1,552,331.42 and acceptance of work on contract with

GRAVA, LLC for Work Order Contract for Small Diameter Water Lines - 13.76 under the total contract amount - DISTRICTS A - STARDIG; B -
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DAVIS; C - COHEN; E - MARTIN; G - TRAVIS and K - VACANT

PURCHASING AND TABULATION OF BIDS - NUMBERS 4 through 6

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4. DON McGILL OF WEST HOUSTON, LTD for Toyota OEM Replacement Parts and Repair Services for the Fleet Management Department - 3 Years with two

one-year options 1,440,773.42 - Fleet Management Fund
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5. AGGREKO, LLC for approval of payment in the amount of 22,150.00 for Temporary Cooling Systems for General Services Department - Maintenance

Renewal and Replacement Fund
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6. BOAT RIGHT MARINE, INC for Three Boats, Motors and Trailers for the Houston Police Department - 213,150.00 - Equipment Acquisition Fund

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RESOLUTIONS - NUMBERS 7 and 8

7. RESOLUTION of the City Council adopting the Fiscal Year 2019 (July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019) Budget Schedule for the City budgets

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8. RESOLUTION authorizing submission of a loan application to the Texas Water Development Board's State Water Implementation Fund Program

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ORDINANCES - NUMBERS 9 through 33

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9. ORDINANCE finding and determining that public convenience and necessity no longer require the continued use of a 10-foot-wide utility easement and

a 10-foot-wide prescriptive sanitary sewer easement, both located within Block 48, of the Houston Heights Addition, situated in the John Austin Survey, Abstract No. 1, Houston, Harris County, Texas; abandoning the easements to 2ML Real Estate Interests, Inc, f/k/a The Grocers Supply Co., Inc, abutting owner, in consideration of its payment to the City of 300.00 and conveyance to the City of a 10-foot-wide sanitary sewer easement, located within Block 48 of Houston Heights Addition, situated in the John Austin Survey, Abstract No. 1, and other consideration - DISTRICT C - COHEN
Tagged Passions:ordinance, Utility, grocery, easement, utility, and sewer

10. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing Amendment No. 2 to the Interlocal Agreement between the City of Houston and THE TEXAS GENERAL LAND OFFICE (

GLO ) to allow the GLO to advance 5,000,000.00 in FEMA Funds previously approved for use by the City on December 13, 2017, pursuant to Ordinance No. 2017-961, to cover Permanent Housing Construction Program management costs related to Hurricane Harvey
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11. ORDINANCE amending City of Houston Ordinance Nos. 2013-353 passed April 24, 2013, as amended; 2015-338 passed April 15, 2015, as amended;

2016-340 passed April 27, 2016, as amended; and 2017-516 passed July 19, 2017, which authorized the submission of the 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017 Annual Action Plans to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, including the applications and budgets for the Community Development Block Grant ( CDBG ) Program, among others
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12. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing second amendment to contract

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between the City of Houston and THE MONTROSE CENTER, to extend the term of the contract and add up to 1,198,000.00 in Housing Opportunities for

Persons With AIDs ( HOPWA ) Funds for the continuing administration and operation of a HOPWA Project which provides (1) Tenant Based Rental Assistance; (2) Short-Term Rent, Mortgage, and Utilities Assistance; and Supportive Services for persons living with HIV/AIDs
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13. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing second amendment to contract between the City of Houston and ACCESS CARE OF COASTAL TEXAS, INC, to extend the

term of the contract and add up to 440,015.00 in Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS ( HOPWA ) Funds for the continuing administration and operation of a HOPWA Project which provides (1) Tenant-Based Rental Assistance; (2) Short-Term Rent, Mortgage, and Utilities Assistance; and (3) Supportive Services for persons living with HIV/AIDs
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14. ORDINANCE appropriating 1,445,775.00 out of Parks and Recreation Dedication Fund; approving Purchase and Sale Agreement between METROPOLITAN

TRANSIT AUTHORITY of HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS, Seller, and City of Houston, Texas, Purchaser, for acquisition of approximately 0.8819 acres of land located at 6000 North Main Street, Houston, Harris County, Texas [WBS No. F-000513-0033-2] for use by the Houston Parks and Recreation Department DISTRICT H - CISNEROS
Tagged Passions:streets, purchasing, ordinance, Public Transit, parks, sale, and recreation

15. ORDINANCE appropriating 5,000,000.00 out of General Fund and approving and authorizing second amendment to Lease and Services Agreement between

the City of Houston, Texas, as Landlord, and HOUSTON ZOO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, as Tenant, relating to the Houston Zoo located at Hermann Park - DISTRICT D - BOYKINS
Tagged Passions:leasing, services, ordinance, development, rental, parks, Development, and zoo

16. ORDINANCE establishing the north and south sides of the 1700-1800 blocks of Maryland Street, within the City of Houston, Texas, as a special

minimum lot size block, pursuant to Chapter 42 of the Code of Ordinances, Houston, Texas - DISTRICT C - COHEN
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17. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing Compromise and Settlement Agreement between the City of Houston and MICHELE HEDDERMAN; to settle a lawsuit -

220,000.00 - Property and Casualty Fund
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18. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing first amendment to agreement between the City of Houston and HR GREEN, INC (Approved by Ordinance No.

2013-0392) for Application Hosting Services and Maintenance for the Administration and Regulatory Affairs Department
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19. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing contract between the City of Houston and GILBREATH COMMUNICATIONS, INC for Social Marketing Services for the

Houston Health Department; providing a maximum contract amount - 1,500,000.00 - Grant Fund
Tagged Passions:contract, services, ordinance, Communications, health, communications, market, and grant

20. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing Sole Source Agreement between the City of Houston and AWC, INC for purchase of Siemens related Process

Control, Data Acquisition Equipment, Replacement Parts, Professional Services, Training and Technical Services for Houston Public Works; providing a maximum contract amount - 5 Years - 3,500,000.00 - Enterprise Fund
Tagged Passions:contract, purchasing, services, ordinance, Public Works, training, equipment, and public works

21. ORDINANCE appropriating 333,170.00 out of Contributed Capital Project Fund and 1,058,000.00 out of Equipment Acquisition Consolidated Fund;

approving and authorizing contract between the City of Houston and AMCS GROUP, INC, for an Automated Vehicle Tracking, Routing and Performance Management System for the Solid Waste Management Department; providing a maximum contract amount - 3 Years with two one-year options 4,327,170.00 - General and Other Funds22. ORDINANCE consenting to the addition of 22.461 acres of land to HARRIS COUNTY MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 96, for inclusion in its district
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23. ORDINANCE appropriating 489,105.38 out of Metro Projects Construction DDSRF for the Interlocal Agreement between the City of Houston and HARRIS

COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT for the Brays Bayou Flood Damage Reduction Plan for Replacement of the Greenbriar Drive Bridge (Approved by Ordinance No. 2003-1282); providing funding for contingencies and CIP Cost Recovery relating to construction of facilities financed by the Metro Projects Construction DDSRF - DISTRICT K - VACANT
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24. ORDINANCE appropriating 343,200.00 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund as an additional appropriation to Professional

Engineering Services Contract between the City of Houston a n d IDS ENGINEERS GROUP, INC for Lift Station Renewal and Replacement Project (as approved by Ordinance No. 2014-0385); providing funding for CIP Cost Recovery relating to construction of facilities financed by the Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund - DISTRICTS F - LE and J - LASTER
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25. ORDINANCE authorizing the transfer of 5,052,646.32 from the NEWPP Expansion Swift Fund into the PWE-NEWPP Construction Fund, appropriating

5,052,646.32 from the PWE-NEWPP Construction Fund, and approving the expenditure of said sum from the PWE-NEWPP Construction Fund for services associated with the Northeast Water Purification Plant ( NEWPP ) Expansion Project; appropriating 40,463,127.68 from the Water Authorities Capital Contrib-NEWPP Fund and approving the expenditure of said sum from the Water Authorities Capital Contrib-NEWPP Fund for the Northeast Water Purification Plant Expansion Project; approving and authorizing a sixth amendment to the Design-Build Agreement between the City of Houston and HOUSTON WATERWORKS TEAM, a joint venture between CH2M HILL ENGINEERS, INC and CDM CONSTRUCTORS INC (Approved by Ordinance No. 2015-1260) for the Project; amending Ordinance No. 2015-1260 to increase the maximum project amount
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26. ORDINANCE appropriating 1,969,354.00 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund; awarding contract to REDZONE ROBOTICS INC for

Large Diameter Sanitary Sewer Inspection Using Robotic Technology; setting a deadline for the bidder's execution of the contract and delivery of all bonds, insurance, and other required contract documents to the City; holding the bidder in default if it fails to meet the deadlines; providing funding for contingencies relating to construction of facilities financed by the Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction
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Fund

27. ORDINANCE No. 2018-303, passed first reading April 11, 2018 ORDINANCE granting to CENTER SERVICES, INC, a Texas Corporation, the right,

privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid waste and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston, Texas, pursuant to Chapter 39, Code of Ordinances, Houston, Texas; providing for related terms and conditions; and making certain findings related thereto - SECOND READING
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28. ORDINANCE No. 2018-304, passed first reading April 11, 2018 ORDINANCE granting to FLEETWASH, INC, a New Jersey Corporation, the right, privilege,

and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid waste and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston, Texas, pursuant to Chapter 39, Code of Ordinances, Houston, Texas; providing for related terms and conditions; and making certain findings related thereto - SECOND READING
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29. ORDINANCE No. 2018-305, passed first reading April 11, 2018 ORDINANCE granting to SAM WASH, LLC, a Georgia Limited Liability Company, the right,

privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid waste and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston, Texas, pursuant to Chapter 39, Code of Ordinances, Houston, Texas; providing for related terms and conditions; and making certain findings related thereto - SECOND READING
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30. ORDINANCE No. 2018-306, passed first reading April 11, 2018 ORDINANCE granting to WILLIAM HINOJOSA dba H20 POWERWASH, a Texas Sole

Proprietorship, the right, privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid waste and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston, Texas, pursuant to Chapter 39, Code of Ordinances, Houston, Texas; providing for related terms and conditions; and making certain findings related thereto - SECOND READING
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31. ORDINANCE No. 2018-0265, passed second reading April 11, 2018 ORDINANCE granting to GTE SOLUTIONS, INC, dba GREEN TEAM SERVICES, a Texas

Corporation, the right, privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid waste and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston, Texas, pursuant to Chapter 39, Code of Ordinances, Houston, Texas; providing for related terms and conditions, and making certain findings related thereto - THIRD AND FINAL READING
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32. ORDINANCE No. 2018-0266, passed second reading April 11, 2018 ORDINANCE granting to KRAMERCO, LLC, a Texas Limited Liability Company, the right,

privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid waste and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston, Texas, pursuant to Chapter 39, Code of Ordinances, Houston, Texas; providing for related terms and conditions, and making certain findings related thereto - THIRD AND FINAL READING
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33. ORDINANCE No. 2018-0267, passed second reading April 11, 2018 ORDINANCE granting to STRIPES STOPS COMPANY, INC, a Texas

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Corporation, the right, privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid waste and industrial waste from commercial properties located

within the City of Houston, Texas, pursuant to Chapter 39, Code of Ordinances, Houston, Texas; providing for related terms and conditions, and making certain findings related thereto - THIRD AND FINAL READING
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END OF CONSENT AGENDA

CONSIDERATION OF MATTERS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA

MATTERS HELD - NUMBERS 34 through 36

34. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing second amendment to contract between the City of Houston and COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS OF HOUSTON/HARRIS

COUNTY, providing up to 80,000.00 in Emergency Solutions Grant Funds for the continuing operation and maintenance of the Homeless Management Information System TAGGED BY COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS This was Item 12 on Agenda of April 11, 2018
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35. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing Professional Services Contract between the City of Houston and BQR ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS, INC

d/b/a BISHOP QUINTANA ROY ADVERTISING PUBLIC RELATIONS for On-Demand Marketing Services for the Houston Airport System; providing a maximum contract amount - 5 Years with one two- year renewal option - 3,486,000.00 - Enterprise Fund - DISTRICTS B - DAVIS; E - MARTIN and I - GALLEGOS - TAGGED BY COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS This was Item 25 on Agenda of April 11, 2018
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36. ORDINANCE awarding contract to RANGER SPECIALIZED GLASS, INC for Glass Replacement and Repair Services for Various Departments; providing a

maximum contract amount - 3 Years with two one-year options - 1,568,515.15 - General, Enterprise and Other Funds TAGGED BY COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS This was Item 26 on Agenda of April 11, 2018
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MATTERS TO BE PRESENTED BY COUNCIL MEMBERS

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ALL ORDINANCES ARE TO BE CONSIDERED ON AN EMERGENCY BASIS AND TO BE PASSED ON ONE READING UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, ARTICLE VII, SECTION 7, CITY

CHARTER
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NOTE -

WHENEVER ANY AGENDA ITEM, WHETHER OR NOT ON THE CONSENT AGENDA, IS NOT READY FOR COUNCIL ACTION AT THE TIME IT IS REACHED ON THE AGENDA, THAT ITEM

SHALL BE PLACED AT THE END OF THE AGENDA FOR ACTION BY COUNCIL WHEN ALL OTHER AGENDA ITEMS HAVE BEEN CONSIDERED.
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CITY COUNCIL RESERVES THE RIGHT TO TAKE UP AGENDA ITEMS OUT OF THE ORDER IN WHICH THEY ARE POSITIONED IN THIS AGENDA. ALSO, AN ITEM THAT HAS BEEN

TAGGED UNDER
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CITY COUNCIL RULE (HOUSTON CITY CODE 2-2) OR DELAYED TO ANOTHER DAY MAY BE NEVERTHELESS CONSIDERED LATER AT THE SAME CITY COUNCIL MEETING.

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 4/17/2018

Item Creation Date:

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Speakers LIst April 17, 2018 Backup Material

CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER - CITY HALL 2nd FLOOR TUESDAY April 17, 2018 2:00 PM

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NON-AGENDA

1 MIN 1 MIN 1 MIN

MS. MARIAN WRIGHT 709 Dayland Ave 77009 713-899-7439 Woodland Heights traffic calming

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2 MIN 2 MIN 2 MIN

MS. CAROL BURRUS 3615 Sun Valley 77025 713-818-4470 Environmental concerns

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MS. ANN MAY 11846 Castle Ridge Dr. 77077 713-502-7528 Climate action plan for Houston

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3 MIN 3 MIN 3 MIN

MR. MATTHEW BATTLES 5611 Elm Springs Dr. 77048 713-226-9387 Traffic controls in the

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Crestmont area

MR. MARTYRON MILLER 4226 Tavenor 77047 No Phone Child neglect

MS. DOROTHY WOLFE 7703 Meadowglen Ln. 77063 802-272-2328 = Renewable energy and climate

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resiliency

MS. GLADYS THOMAS 12500 Dunlap 77035 346-244-1843 HPD

MR. DAVID SMOLENSKY 8110 Wateka Dr 77074 832-282-9262 Mayor s lack of response to police shortage

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MS. MICHELLE HARDEN 2600 S. Loop West 77054 281-330-9985 City Ordinance Alternative Housing

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MS. MARY SCHULTZ 11 Peddie St 77009 281-226-2617 Preparing the pick-up for heavy trash before next flood

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MR. KEVIN DOUGLASS 10907 Rampart St 77096 713-927-6997 Electric vehicles

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MR. RICHARD FRANCO 5105 Airline Dr 77022 346-719-2206 Concerned about construction on Airline Dr

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PREVIOUS

1 MIN 1 MIN 1 MIN

MS. DEBORAH WILKERSON No Address 713-499-9671 Violation of My fundamental Rights/Stalking,

harassment, and targeted victim

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 4/17/2018

District B, District H Item Creation Date: 3/14/2018

20PSK12 Accept Work / Oscar Renda Contracting, Inc.

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Agenda Item : 1.

Summary: RECOMMENDATION from Director Houston Public Works for approval of final contract amount of 9,106,698.06 and acceptance of work on contract

with OSCAR RENDA CONTRACTING, INC for Northside Sewer Relief Runnel Rehabilitation Area No. 5 - 7.78 under the original contract amount and under 5 contingency amount - DISTRICTS B - DAVIS and H - CISNEROS
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Background: SUBJECT : Accept Work for Northside Sewer Relief Tunnel Rehabilitation Area No. 5.

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RECOMMENDATION: (SUMMARY) Pass a motion to approve the final Contract Amount of 9,106,698.06 or 7.78 under the original Contract Amount, accept the

Work and authorize final payment.
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PROJECT NOTICE/JUSTIFICATION: This project was part of the City's ongoing program for Northside Sewer Relief Tunnel Rehabilitation. It was required

to rehabilitate Phase II of Area No. 5 of the tunnel, which had moderate to severe corrosion, and to protect it from future corrosion. The rehabilitation of Phase I, under a previously awarded contract, is complete. DESCRIPTION/SCOPE: The project consisted of the rehabilitation, by slip lining, of 3,130 linear feet of 132-inch inside diameter monolithically cast-in-place reinforced concrete sanitary sewer with 120-inch fiberglass reinforced polymer mortar pipe. Included are diversion pumping, the rehabilitation of two manholes, and the rehabilitation of the Clinton Drive Lift Station's junction box. Binkley Barfield, Inc. designed the project with 540 calendar days allowed for construction. The project was awarded to Oscar Renda Contracting, Inc. with an original Contract Amount of 9,875,282.00. LOCATION: The project area is generally bounded by IH-10 on the north, Buffalo Bayou on the south, Hirsh Street on the east and Bayou Road on the west. The project is located in Key Map Grids 494J, K and L.
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CONTRACT COMPLETION AND COST: The Contractor, Oscar Renda Contracting, Inc., has completed the work under the subject Contract. The project was

completed beyond the established completion date with an additional 154 days approved by Change Order No 1. The final cost of the project, including overrun and underrun of unit price quantities and previously approved Change Order No 1 is 9,106,698.06, a decrease of 768,583.94 or 7.78 under the original Contract Amount and under 5 contingency amount. The decreased cost is a result of the difference between planned and measured quantities.
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M/WSBE PARTICIPATION: The advertised M/WBE contract goal for this project was 20 . The M/WBE plan established for this project was 20.10 . According

to Office of Business Opportunity, the participation was 18.48 . Contractor s M/WBE performance evaluation was rated Unsatisfactory due to not meeting the goal. The contractor also failed to utilize two subs as originally listed for goal credit and did not follow the deviation process per contract.
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_________________________________ Carol Ellinger Haddock, P.E. Director Houston Public Works

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WBS No. R-002003-R009-4

Prior Council Action: Ordinance 2014-0644, dated 06-18-2014

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Amount of Funding: No additional funding required.

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Total (original) appropriation of 11,550,300.00 from Water and Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund No. 8500.

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Contact Information: Joseph T. Myers, P.E. Acting Deputy Director Capital Projects Phone: (832) 395-2355

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Signed Coversheet Signed Cover sheet Maps Backup Material

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 4/17/2018

District J Item Creation Date: 3/13/2018

20PSK14 Accept Work / DCE Construction, Inc.

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Agenda Item : 2.

Summary: RECOMMENDATION from Director Houston Public Works for approval of final contract amount of 2,350,800.83 and acceptance of work on contract

with DCE CONSTRUCTION, INC for Water Line Replacement in Sharpstown Country Club Estates Area - 4.84 under the original contract amount and under 5 contingency amount - DISTRICT J - LASTER
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Background: SUBJECT: Accept Work for Water Line Replacement in Sharpstown Country Club Estates Area.

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RECOMMENDATION: (SUMMARY) Pass a motion to approve the final Contract Amount of 2,350,800.83 or 4.84 under the original Contract Amount, accept the

Work and authorize final payment.
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PROJECT NOTICE/JUSTIFICATION: This project was part of the City s Water Line Replacement Program. This program is required to replace and upgrade

water lines within the City to increase availability of water, to improve circulation and fire protection.
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DESCRIPTION/SCOPE: This project consisted of the construction of approximately 27,844 linear feet of water lines with related appurtenances in the

Sharpstown Country Club Estates Area. KCI Technologies (formerly ESPA CORP, Inc.) designed the project with 271 calendar days allowed for construction. The project was awarded to DCE Construction, Inc. with an original contract amount of 2,470,418.82. LOCATION: The project is generally bounded by Green Ash Drive on the north, Hiawatha Drive on the south, Marinette Drive on the east and Burning Tree Drive on the west. Key Map Grids 530A, B, C, F and G. CONTRACT COMPLETION AND COST: The Contractor, DCE Construction, Inc., has completed the work under the subject Contract. The project was completed within the original contract time with one day remaining. The final cost of the project, including overrun and underrun of estimated unit price quantities is 2,350,800.83, a decrease of 119,617.99 or 4.84 under the original Contract Amount, and under 5 contingency amount. The decreased cost is a result of the difference between planned and measured quantities.
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M/WSBE PARTICIPATION: The advertised M/WBE contract goal for this project was 21.66 . The M/WBE plan established for this project was 21.66 .

According to the Office of Business Opportunity, the participation was 26.36 . Contractor s M/WBE performance evaluation was rated Outstanding.
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Carol Ellinger Haddock, P.E., Director Houston Public Works

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WBS No. S-000035-0173-4

Prior Council Action: Ordinance 2016-0449 Dated: 06/8/2016

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Amount of Funding: No additional funding required.

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Total (original) appropriation of 2,938,100.00 from Water and Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund. No. 8500. This project was eligible for

low-interest funding through a State Revolving Fund (SRF)Equivalency loan.
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Contact Information: Joseph T. Myers, P.E. Senior Assistant Director, Capital Projects Phone: (832) 395-2355

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Signed Coversheet Signed Cover sheet Maps Backup Material

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 4/17/2018

District A, District B, District C, District E, District G, District K

Item Creation Date: 2/6/2018

20RJM22 Accept Work / Grava, LLC.

Agenda Item : 3.

Summary: RECOMMENDATION from Director Houston Public Works for approval of final contract amount of 1,552,331.42 and acceptance of work on contract

with GRAVA, LLC for Work Order Contract for Small Diameter Water Lines - 13.76 under the total contract amount - DISTRICTS A - STARDIG; B - DAVIS; C - COHEN; E - MARTIN; G - TRAVIS and K - VACANT
Tagged Passions:contract, Utility, Public Works, utility, public works, and water

Background: SUBJECT: Accept Work for Work Order Contract for Small Diameter Water Lines.

Tagged Passions:contract, Utility, utility, and water

RECOMMENDATION: (SUMMARY) Pass a motion to approve the final Contract Amount of 1,552,331.42 or 13.76 under the total Contract Amount, accept the

Work and authorize final payment.
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PROJECT NOTICE/JUSTIFICATION: This project was part of the City s Capital Improvement Plan to provide construction of extensions of water lines to

meet the capacity needs in various City neighborhoods. It also improved water quality by increasing the potable water circulation. DESCRIPTION/SCOPE: This project consisted of construction of water main extensions throughout the City. This was a work order construction contract for the extension of small diameter water lines in neighborhoods where the systems were inadequate and these extensions were made on an as-needed basis at the request of Houston Water. SES Horizon Consulting Engineers, Inc. designed the project with 730 calendar days allowed for construction. The project was awarded to Grava, LLC. with an original Contract Amount of 1,800,000.00. LOCATION: Address Key Map CouncilDistrict 1 3700 Oak Forest 452N C
Tagged Passions:contract, capital spending, services, Capital Spending, Utility, utility, construction, neighborhood, and water

2 1705 Campbell Rd. 1423 Westheimer

450U ,492V

493S

A C

3 1268 Dove 496L E 4 4202 Quitman 494B B 5 8619 Bronson 576K E 6 8801 Main St 532Q K 7 4708 Post Oak Timber 491L G

491M

CONTRACT COMPLETION AND COST: The Contractor, Grava, LLC., has completed the work under the subject Contract. The project was completed beyond the

established completion date with an additional 154 days approved by Change Order No. 1. The final cost of the project, including overrun and underrun of estimated unit price quantities is 1,552,331.42, a decrease of 247,668.58 or 13.76 under the total Contract Amount. The decreased cost is a result of the difference between planned and measured quantities.
Tagged Passions:contract

M/WSBE PARTICIPATION: The advertised M/WBE contract goal for this project was 20.00 . The M/WBE plan established for this project was 20.00 .

According to Office of Business Opportunity, the participation was 37.27 . Contractor s M/WBE performance evaluation was rated Outstanding for the prime exceeding the goal.
Tagged Passions:contract, advertising, performance, and business

________________________________ Carol Ellinger Haddock, P.E. Director Houston Public Works

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

WBS No. S-000700-0068-4

Prior Council Action: Ordinance 2014-1134, dated December 10, 2014

Tagged Passions:ordinance and council

Amount of Funding: No additional funding required.

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Total (original) appropriation of 2,066,000.00 from Fund 8500 Water and Sewer System Consolidated Construction.

Tagged Passions:Utility, funding, utility, construction, sewer, and water

Contact Information: R. Jeff Masek, P.E., CCM Acting Senior Assistant Director, Capital Projects Phone: (832) 395-2387

Tagged Passions:capital spending and Capital Spending

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Signed Coversheet Signed Cover sheet Maps Backup Material

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 4/17/2018

ALL Item Creation Date: 2/9/2018

S25885 - Toyota OEM Replacement Parts and Repair Services - MOTION

Tagged Passions:services

Agenda Item : 4.

Summary: DON McGILL OF WEST HOUSTON, LTD for Toyota OEM Replacement Parts and Repair Services for the Fleet Management Department - 3 Years with two

one-year options 1,440,773.42 - Fleet Management Fund
Tagged Passions:services

Background: Formal Bids Received January 4, 2018 for S40-S25885 - Approve an award to Don McGill of West Houston, LTD in an amount not to exceed

1,440,773.42 for Toyota OEM replacement parts and repair services for the Fleet Management Department.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and services

Specific Explanation: The Director of the Fleet Management Department recommends that City Council approve an award to Don McGill of West Houston,

LTD on its low overall bid in an amount not to exceed 1,440,773.42 for Toyota OEM replacement parts and repair services for the Fleet Management Department (FMD). It is further requested that authorization be given to make purchases, as needed, for a thirty-six month term with two one-year options. This award is for Toyota OEM replacement parts and repair services to be used by the department in its day to day repair operations citywide. This award also includes a 287,840.00 labor component for the repair of equipment that cannot be performed by City maintenance personnel.
Tagged Passions:personnel, rfp, RFP, purchasing, services, council, and equipment

This is a price list and line item award. Relative to the price list, the best discount which determines the low bid for a price list is the best bid

received for quantities of high-use items selected as sample pricing items based on the current needs of the department. The bid total for sample pricing items does not represent the total amount estimated to be purchased; rather, this recommendation is for the total estimated expenditures projected over the awarded term based on the low bid submitted for the representative samples.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and purchasing

This project was advertised in accordance with the requirements of the State of Texas bid laws. Three prospective bidders downloaded the solicitation

document from SPD's e-bidding website, and two bids were received as outlined below:
Tagged Passions:solicitation, rfp, RFP, and advertising

Don McGill of West Houston, LTD: Award on its low overall bid for Group Nos. 1 - 7, (Toyota OEM replacement parts price list; which includes but is

not limited to batteries, resistors, sensors, drums, rotors, water pumps and cooling fan motors; and labor components).
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, Utility, utility, and water

Company Sample Pricing Line Item Total 1. Don McGill of West Houston, LTD 291,372.27 2. Kinetic Motorwerks, LLC 314,191.47

This item will replace Emergency Purchase Order Item No. 15, approved by Council Motion No. 2016-0348, passed July 13, 2016.

Tagged Passions:purchasing, council, and emergency

M/WBE Participation: Zero-percentage goal document approved by the Office of Business Opportunity.

Tagged Passions:business

Hire Houston First: The proposed award requires compliance with the City's 'Hire Houston First' (HHF) ordinance that promotes economic opportunity

for Houston businesses and supports job creation. In this case, Don McGill of West Houston, LTD does not meet the requirements for HHF designation; no HHF firms were within three percent.
Tagged Passions:compliance, ordinance, job creation, and business

Fiscal Note: Funding for this item is included in the FY2018 Adopted Budget. Therefore, no Fiscal Note is required as stated in the Financial Policy

Ord. 2014-1078.
Tagged Passions:budget, policy, funding, and finance

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___________________________ Carolyn Hanahan, Assistant Chief Policy

Officer Department Approval Authority Finance/Strategic Procurement Division
Tagged Passions:purchasing, policy, strategic, and finance

Estimated Spending Authority Department FY18 Out Years Total Fleet Management 48,025.78 1,392,747.64 1,440,773.42

Amount of Funding: 1,440,773.42 - Fleet Management Fund (1005)

Tagged Passions:funding

Contact Information: Desiree Heath SPD 832-393-8742 Jeff Meekins SPD 832-393-8743 Marchelle Cain FMD 832-393-6910

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Cover Sheet Signed Cover sheet MWBE Docs Backup Material

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 4/17/2018

District B, District D, District H Item Creation Date: 12/10/2017

E26743 - Temporary Cooling Systems - MOTION

Agenda Item : 5.

Summary: AGGREKO, LLC for approval of payment in the amount of 22,150.00 for Temporary Cooling Systems for General Services Department - Maintenance

Renewal and Replacement Fund
Tagged Passions:services

Background: S12-E26743 - Approve payment to Aggreko, LLC. in an amount not to exceed 22,150.00 for Temporary Cooling Systems for the General Services

Department.
Tagged Passions:services

Specific Explanation: The Director of the General Services Department and the Chief Procurement Officer recommend that City Council approve payment

to Aggreko, LLC. in an amount not to exceed 22,150.00 for Temporary Cooling Systems for the General Services Department (GSD) and that authorization be given to issue an automated (SAP) purchase order.
Tagged Passions:purchasing, services, and council

On or about July 12, 2017, the HVAC systems located at the Houston Police Department s (HPD) Police Training Academy, 17000 Aldine Westfield, and the

Houston Fire Department s (HFD) Dart Logistic Center, 1205 Dart St., started to fail and could not maintain the required 70-74 degrees cooling temperature required for these facilities. Temporary cooling systems were needed immediately to restore and maintain proper air temperatures, reduce humidity levels and support proper air quality to the affected facilities. Without these temporary cooling systems, the heat and humidity posed not only a health and safety hazard to citizens and City employees, but also could lead to major computer systems and equipment failures. The Strategic Procurement Department issued purchaser orders to Aggreko, LLC. to address the HVAC failures and to immediately install temporary cooling systems at the affected facilities until the existing HVAC systems can be repaired and/or replaced. Aggreko, LLC is expected to continue cooling services until December 2018.
Tagged Passions:public safety, purchasing, services, health, training, equipment, strategic, and fire departments and districts

During FY2018, the Strategic Procurement Division previously issued purchase orders to Aggreko totaling 49,264.48. With the issuance of this

22,150.00 purchase order, the aggregate total spend will be 71,414.48, and therefore, requires City Council approval.
Tagged Passions:purchasing, council, and strategic

The scope of work required the contractor to immediately mobilize and furnish all parts, skilled labor (i.e. welders and electricians), equipment,

tools, supervision and transportation necessary to furnish temporary chillers and associated cooling system accessories, as necessary to restore and maintain proper air temperature at the affected facilities.
Tagged Passions:equipment and transportation

This recommendation is made pursuant to Chapter 252, Section 252.022 (a) (2) of the Texas Local Government Code for exempted procurements, which

provides a procurement necessary to preserve or protect the public health or safety of the municipality's residents .
Tagged Passions:purchasing and health

or protect the public health or safety of the municipality's residents .

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Hire Houston First: This procurement is exempt from the City's Hire Houston First Ordinance. Bids/proposals were not solicited because the department

is utilizing an emergency purchase order for this purchase.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, purchasing, ordinance, and emergency

Fiscal Note: Funding for this item is included in the FY2018 Adopted Budget. Therefore, no Fiscal Note is required as stated in the Financial Policy

Ord. 2014-1078.
Tagged Passions:budget, policy, funding, and finance

_______________________________________ ___________________________________ Jerry Adams, Chief Procurement Officer Finance/Strategic Procurement

Division
Tagged Passions:purchasing, strategic, and finance

Department Approval Authority

Amount of Funding: 22,150.00 Maintenance Renewal and Replacement Fund Fund 2105

Tagged Passions:funding

Contact Information:

NAME: DEPARTMENT/

DIVISION PHONE

Martin King, Division Manager FIN/SPD (832) 393-8705 Jacquelyn Nisby, Executive Staff Analyst GSD (832) 393-8023

Tagged Passions:manager

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type RCA E26743-Aggreko, LLC Signed Cover sheet

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 4/17/2018

ALL Item Creation Date: 2/2/2018

N26454 - Purchase of Boats, Motors and Trailers - MOTION

Tagged Passions:purchasing and boating

Agenda Item : 6.

Summary: BOAT RIGHT MARINE, INC for Three Boats, Motors and Trailers for the Houston Police Department - 213,150.00 - Equipment Acquisition Fund

Tagged Passions:public safety, boating, and equipment

Background: Formal Bids Received January 11, 2018 for S38-N26454 - Approve the purchase of three (3) boats, motors, and trailers from Boat Right

Marine, Inc. in the total amount of 213,150.00 for the Houston Police Department.
Tagged Passions:rfp, public safety, RFP, purchasing, and boating

Specific Explanation: The Chief of the Houston Police Department and the Chief Procurement Officer recommend that City Council approve the purchase

of three (3) boats, motors, and trailers from Boat Right Marine, Inc. on its low bid in the total amount of 213,150.00 for the Houston Police Department (HPD), and that authorization be given to issue a purchase order. These new boats will be utilized by the Department s Marine Unit personnel in patrol and rescue operations at Lake Houston.
Tagged Passions:personnel, rfp, public safety, RFP, purchasing, council, and boating

The HPD Marine Unit routinely conducts normal operations at Lake Houston, however, during the catastrophic flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey the

HPD Marine Units three (3) patrol boats sustained severe damage and are inoperable resulting in the Marine Unit mission now being diminished.
Tagged Passions:boating and flooding

This project was advertised in accordance with the requirements of the State of Texas bid laws. Seven (7) prospective bidders downloaded the

solicitation document from SPD s e-bidding website and two bids were received as outlined below:
Tagged Passions:solicitation, rfp, RFP, and advertising

Company Total Amount 1. Marine Tekno Services, LLC 79,760.00 (Partial Bid/Higher Unit Price) 2. Boat Right Marine, Inc. 213,150.00

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, services, and boating

These new boats will come with warranties of 12-months on the boats materials and workmanship for commercial use.

Tagged Passions:commercial, public safety, boating, and materials

M/WBE Participation: Zero-percent goal document approved by the Office of Business Opportunity.

Tagged Passions:business

Hire Houston First:

The proposed award requires compliance with the City's 'Hire Houston First' (HHF) ordinance that promotes economic opportunity for the Houston

business and support job creation. In this case Boat
Tagged Passions:compliance, ordinance, boating, job creation, and business

promotes economic opportunity for the Houston business and support job creation. In this case Boat Right Marine, Inc. does not meet the requirements

for HHF designation; no HHF firms were within three percent.
Tagged Passions:boating, job creation, and business

Fiscal Note: Funding for this item is included in the FY18 Adopted Budget. Therefore, no Fiscal Note is required as stated in the Financial Policy

Ord.: 2014-1078.
Tagged Passions:budget, policy, funding, and finance

_______________________________________ ___________________________________ Jerry Adams, Chief Procurement Officer Finance/Strategic Procurement

Division
Tagged Passions:purchasing, strategic, and finance

Department Approval Authority

Prior Council Action: Appropriation Ordinance 2017-0678 approved by City Council August 30, 2017

Tagged Passions:ordinance, council, and funding

Amount of Funding: 213,150.00 Equipment Acquisition Consolidated Fund 1800

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Fund 1800 previously appropriated by Ord. No.: 2017-0678

Contact Information:

NAME: DEPT./DIVISION PHONE Lena Farris, Purchasing Manager FIN/SPD (832) 393-8729 Clifton Journet III, Executive Analyst HPD (713) 308-1779 Frank

Rodriguez, Police Administrator HPD (713) 308-1700 ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Cover Sheet Signed Cover sheet
Tagged Passions:administrator, manager, public safety, and purchasing

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 4/17/2018

Item Creation Date:

FIN - FY19 Budget Schedule

Tagged Passions:budget

Agenda Item : 7.

Summary: RESOLUTION of the City Council adopting the Fiscal Year 2019 (July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019) Budget Schedule for the City budgets

Tagged Passions:budget and council

Background: The City s Interim Director of the Finance Department recommends City Council adopt the budget schedule for the Fiscal Year 2019 City

budgets.
Tagged Passions:budget, council, and finance

The budget schedule will provide City Council, Departments, and the community with advance notice of dates for budget workshops and the deadline for

submitting budget amendments. To ensure City Council has all of the information needed prior to adopting the FY2019 budget, Mayor Turner will present the FY2019 Proposed Budget Summary to City Council on May 8, 2018. This summary will outline the plan to balance the City s FY2019 budget, despite a shortfall. Council budget workshops with the Departments will be held between May 9th and May 17th. Under the budget schedule, City Council will commit to submitting budget amendments between May 9th and May 18th. Adhering to these deadlines ensures the Mayor and Council will have sufficient time to review the amendments, make necessary budgetary revisions, and collaborate in order to hold a public hearing and adopt a balanced FY2019 budget on May 23rd.
Tagged Passions:hearing, budget, and council

The Interim Finance Director recommends City Council adopt the FY2019 budget schedule because this budget process promotes transparency and creates

an efficient and expedited process leading to the adoption of a balanced budget.
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