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MEMBERS OF THE AUDIENCE WILL BE PROVIDED AN OPPORTUNITY TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL AT APPROXIMATELY 12:00 P.M. CITIZEN COMMENTS WILL BE LIMITED TO THREE
MINUTES. Please speak into the microphone located at the podium and state your name and address. 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 to the City Council MUST be submitted a minimum of 24 hours prior to the meeting. Please contact the Public Communications department at 361-826-3211 to coordinate.
1. 19-0723 Proclamation declaring May 19-25, 2019, Emergency Medical Services Week . Proclamation declaring May 19-25, 2019, National Public Works
Week . Proclamation declaring May 2019, Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month . Proclamation declaring June 3-9, 2019, PRIDE Week . Proclamation declaring June 9-19, 2019, 154th Anniversary of the Juneteenth Celebration, the Spirit of Emancipation Days .
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 to authorize execution of an IDIQ construction contract with PM Construction Rehab LLC, dba IPR South Central of Pasadena, Texas in the amount
of 10,000,000 per year for a total not to exceed 30,000,000 in three years for the City-Wide Wastewater IDIQ 2019 project for base bid plus additive alternate No. 1. This is a one (1) year base contract with two (2) one-year renewals to be approved administratively subject to availability of funding and satisfactory contractor performance.
Resolution authorizing an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement with San Patricio Municipal Water District (SPMWD) for the City to accept approximately
3,600 linear feet (LF) of water pipeline constructed by SPMWD, and to pay SPMWD an amount not to exceed 300,000 for installing two tees, two valves, two utility vaults, and approximately 3,600 linear feet of fiber-optic cable for the City s future water distribution development.
17. 19-0680 Resolution suspending the date of AEP Texas Inc.'s requested rate change
Resolution of the City of Corpus Christi, Texas suspending the June 5, 2019 effective date of AEP Texas Inc. s requested rate change to permit time
to study the request and to establish reasonable rates; approving cooperation with the cities served by AEP Texas and authorizing intervention proceedings before the Public Utility Commission; hiring attorneys and consulting services; and requiring reimbursement of cities rate case expenses.
Ordinance authorizing Lease Amendment No. 7 to the lease agreement between the City and the U.S. General Services Administration for use of terminal
office space at Corpus Christi International Airport by the Transportation Security Administration from March 1, 2019, through February 29, 2024, for minimum annual rent of 400,345.91; ratifying prior lease amendments; and modifying necessary provisions of the lease.
Ordinance appointing Julianna Siracusa Rivera as a full-time Municipal Judge of the Municipal Court of Record in the City of Corpus Christi, Texas;
appointing William Gregory Bill Bonilla as a part-time judge 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 six two-year service agreements for non-fire backflow preventer services for commercial accounts with Koetter Fire Protection,
Hebert Irrigation, Graf Plumbing, Smart Plumbing, KimJon Backflow Service all of Corpus Christi, Texas, and TD Backflow Services of Orange Grove, Texas for an amount not to exceed 142,800 for each contract; and, one two-year service agreement for fire backflow preventer for commercial accounts with Koetter Fire Protection of Corpus Christi, Texas for an amount not to exceed 142,800, for a combined total amount not to exceed 999,600, each with one two-year option for a total potential multi-year amount not to exceed 1,999,200.
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Q. BRIEFINGS: (NONE)
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 constitutes the written interpretation by the City Attorney of Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code and his determination that said item may be legally discussed in Closed Meeting in compliance with Chapter 551 the Texas Government Code.
35. 19-0725 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 collective bargaining matters in the Agreement(s) with the Corpus Christi Police Officers Association and the Corpus Christi Professional Firefighters Association.
36. 19-0733 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 annexation, disannexation, cession agreements for extraterritorial jurisdiction, apportionment of extra-territorial jurisdiction between municipalities, interlocal agreements with water districts and neighboring municipalities, contracts for potential economic development agreement(s) with entities that are considering the construction, expansion, and/or ownership of industrial facilities (including, but not limited to proposed Gulf Coast Growth Ventures chemical manufacturing facility in San Patricio County, Texas, proposed fractionator and related facilities in Nueces County, economic development agreements relating to property currently or formerly owned by Voestelpine, Corpus Christi Liquefaction, LLC, and other entities and existing and proposed industrial facilities in San Patricio County and Nueces County) that are and/or will be consumers of water and/or
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wastewater services and connections to the Mary Rhodes Pipeline for facilities to supply water thereto, potential legislation currently being
considered in the Texas Legislature related to annexation and other issues, potential annexation of up to 326 acres of extraterritorial jurisdiction that be ceded by the City of Gregory and potential service plans and actions related thereto, and pursuant to Texas Government Code 551.087 to discuss confidential commercial or financial information pertaining to the aforesaid business prospect(s) that the City seeks to have locate, stay or expand in or near the territory of the City and with which the City may conduct economic development negotiations and/or deliberate possible economic development issues concerning said business prospect(s).