1. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by repealing Ordinance No. 2018-0-017 and authorizing a Special Use Permit for Townhouses on Lot 1, Block 1, Hilltop Subdivision, Phase 1, located at 7406 Hilltop Rd; providing for publication and effective date.
6. 2018-0-105 Amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning approximately 14.03 acres as further described by Metes and Bounds in Exhibit A, located Southeast of Casa Verde Rd., and East of Lucia Ct., from R-1 (Single Family Residential District) to R-1A (Single Family Reduced Area District); providing for publication and effective date. ZC-54-2018 District V
ZC-57-2018 District VI 2018-0-109 Amending a Conditional Use Permit, C.U.P. for an amusement redemption machine establishment issued on Lot 1, Block 1, Anil and Associates Subdivision Phase 1, located at 9110 McPherson Road, Suite 2, by repealing Ordinance No. 2016-0-129 authorizing the original C.U.P. and authorizing the issuance of a revised C.U.P. changing the tenant; providing for publication and effective date. ZC-64-2018 District VI
2018-R-108 Calling a special election to approve a sports complex venue project; providing for the conduct and the giving notice of the election; providing for publication; and enacting other matters relating thereto. The proposed sports complex venue project to be paid from the previously approved sports venue tax proceeds with no additional sports venue tax to be imposed.
Tract 18: Killam 1 Tract - 298.26 acres, more or less, located east of 1-35 and north of Union Pacific Railroad Yard (west of Port Drive Extension). Tract 19: Killam 2 Tract - 140.95 acres, more or less, located east of 1-35 and north of Union Pacific Railroad Yard (east of Port Drive Extension).
Due to an increase in electrical service needs, this contract has reached contract amount limit and the City of Laredo is currently out on new bid solicitations to secure a new electrical service provider promptly. Funding is available in the respective department budget. 46. Approval of the 2018 Certified Appraisal Roll from the Webb County Appraisal District for the development of the City's tax roll; acceptance of the Effective and Rollback Tax Rate Calculations for Tax Year 2018; and setting of the Public Hearing dates of August 20th and September 4th, of 2018 for the proposed tax rate of 0.637000/ 100 value. This will be the fifteenth year that the City adopts the same tax rate.
The Council reserves the right to adjourn into executive session at any time during the course of this meeting to discuss any posted agenda item when authorized by Texas Government Code Sections 551.071 (Consultation with Attorney), 551.072 (Deliberations about Real Property), 551.073 (Deliberations about Gifts and Donations), 551.074 (Personnel Matters), 551.076 (Deliberations about Security
A. Request by Mayor Pete Saenz 1. Discussion with possible action to prioritize the repair and/or construction of sidewalks particularly around schools, clinics, public places and downtown; and related costs. 2. Discussion with possible action on directing staff to work with Workforce Solutions of South Texas on an initiative to promote the employment of people with disabilities within the City of Laredo departments. B. Request by Council Member Vidal Rodriguez
1. Discussion with possible action to establish a Capital Improvements Advisory Committee and any items incident thereto. 2. Discussion with possible action to develop a Safety Assessment Plan and Protocol for access at City Hall. 3. Discussion with possible action to instruct the City Manager to authorize staff to install speed humps at the following locations, under the Special Provision of the Speed Hump Installation Policy, and to authorize the use of asphalt type speed humps, instead of speed cushions, which is currently required under the policy: and any other matters incident thereto. City Council District V Priority Funds will be used for this project.
E. Request by Mayor Pro-Tempore Charlie San Miguel 1. Discussion with possible action on the need for behavioral and mental health and substance use detox, treatment, and prevention services, teaming with Association for the advancement of Mexican Americans, (AAMA) and other stakeholders, and any other matters incident thereto. 2. Discussion with possible action to allow for the phrase Answer your call to Greatness to be included with the City logo on the new San Isidro water tower, and any other matters incident thereto. F. Request by Council Member George Altgelt 1. Discussion with possible action to provide the necessary leave time and funding for all planners at the Planning Department to become accredited by the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).
G. Request by Council Member Roberto Balli 1. Discussion with possible action to provide an emergency service elevator at the Hamilton Apartments that is large enough for a stretcher to allow emergency services personnel to provide proper service in case of emergencies and any matters incident thereto.
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