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For administrative convenience, certain of the agenda items are listed as motions, resolutions, or ordinances. If deemed appropriate, the City
Council will use a different method of adoption from the one listed; may finally pass an ordinance by adopting it as an emergency measure rather than a two reading ordinance; or may modify the action specified. A motion to reconsider may be made at this meeting of a vote at the last regular, or a subsequent special meeting; such agendas are incorporated herein for reconsideration and action on any reconsidered item.
J. PUBLIC COMMENT FROM THE AUDIENCE ON MATTERS NOT SCHEDULED ON THE AGENDA WILL BE HEARD AT APPROXIMATELY 12:00 P.M. A recording is made of the
meeting; therefore, please speak into the microphone located at the podium and state your name and address. If you choose to speak during this public comment period regarding an item on the agenda, you may do so. You will not be allowed to speak again, however, when the Council is considering the item. Citizen comments are limited to three minutes. If you have a petition or other information pertaining to your subject, please present it to the City Secretary. Any electronic media (e.g. CD, DVD, flash drive) that the Public would like to use while they speak MUST be submitted a minimum of 24 hours prior to the Meeting. Please contact the Public Communications department at 361-826-3211 to coordinate. All items on this agenda are considered public hearings.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: The following items are consent motions, resolutions, and ordinances of a routine or administrative nature. The Council has
been furnished with background and support material on each item, and/or it has been discussed at a previous meeting. All items will be acted upon by one vote without being discussed separately unless requested by a Council Member or a citizen, in which event the item or items will immediately be withdrawn for individual consideration in its normal sequence after the items not requiring separate discussion have been acted upon. The remaining items will be adopted by one vote.
Motion authorizing a five-year service agreement for Al Kruse Tennis Center Management and Program Services with Love Tennis Education of Corpus
Christi, Texas for a management fee of 1,900 per month for a not to exceed five-year total amount of 114,000, plus the Contractor keeps 100 of all revenue earned in return for the management and operation of the tennis center.
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near 6001 Crosstown Expressway (State Highway 286) (1st Reading 2/12/19)
Case No. 1118-02 Charles L. Kosarek, Jr and Dane Casey Holdings, LLC: Request for rezoning a property at or near 6001 Crosstown Expressway (State
Highway 286) from the RS-6 Single-Family 6 District and ON Neighborhood Office District to the ON Neighborhood Office District, the CN-1 Neighborhood Commercial District, and the CC Commercial Compatible District.
Ordinance authorizing execution of all documents necessary to accept 216,469.70 grant from State of Texas, Criminal Justice Division for Victims of
Crime Act Outreach Program with City match of 13,637.43 and in-kind match of 40,480 from Police Grant Fund; appropriating the 216,469.70 in Police Grants Fund for the VOCA Outreach program; and authorizing transfer of 13,637.43 from the General Fund to the Police Grants Fund and appropriating the same for total project cost of 270,587.13.
Ordinance approving a Small Business Incentives Agreement between the Corpus Christi Business and Job Development Corporation and Del Mar College to
provide grant up to 300,000 for their Small Business Development Center program over two years; appropriating 300,000 from the unreserved fund balance in the Business/Job Development Fund; and amending the budget.
Ordinance appointing Mike James Alaniz, Young Min Burkett, Jacqueline Del Llano Chapa, Gail Loeb, and Patrick O Hare as full-time Municipal Judges of
the Municipal Court of Record in the City of Corpus Christi, Texas; appointing Gail Loeb as the presiding judge; appointing Jerry L. Batek, Christopher E. Matt, Michael McCaig, Todd A. Robinson, and David Walsh as part-time judges of the Municipal Court of Record in the City Of Corpus Christi; determining salary; providing a term of office; and declaring an effective date.
Motion authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute a Master Agreement for the Facilities Multiple Award Contract (FMAC) program for a
two-year term with the option to administratively renew annually for not more than three additional years, with no guaranteed minimum and a maximum aggregate of 2,500,000 per agreement in any one year with the following:
Briefing information will be provided to the City Council during the Council meeting. Briefings are for Council information only. Council may give
direction to the City Manager, but no other action will be taken and no public comment will be solicited. The City Manager or City Council Liaison for any city board, commission, committee or corporation (including Type A or B Corporation) may report on the action(s) or discussion(s) of any such body's public meeting that occurred within one month prior to this City Council meeting.
PUBLIC NOTICE is given that the City Council may elect to go into executive session at any time during the meeting in order to discuss any matters
listed on the agenda, when authorized by the provisions of the Open Meeting Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code, and that the City Council specifically expects to go into executive session on the following matters. If the Council elects to go into executive session regarding an agenda item, the section or sections of the Open Meetings Act authorizing the executive session will be publicly announced by the presiding officer. The City Council may deliberate and take action in open session on any issue that may be discussed in executive session. The description of an item in Executive Sessions
46. 19-0182 Executive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code 551.071 and Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 1.05 to consult
with attorneys concerning legal issues related to the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property rights at or in the vicinity of the Frost Bank Building and/or 2400 Block of Leopard Street, and pursuant to Texas Government Code 551.072 to deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property (including, but not limited to, property rights at or in the vicinity of the aforementioned locations) because deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the position of the governmental body in negotiations with a third person.
47. 19-0302 Executive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code 551.071 and Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 1.05 to consult
with attorneys concerning legal issues related to negotiations and potential litigation with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Texas Attorney General, and/or U.S. Department of Justice concerning the City's sanitary sewer system and/or water system, dissolved oxygen standards in Oso Bay, sanitary sewer overflows, and other regulatory matters related to the City s wastewater treatment plants