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CITY OF LAREDO RECOGNITION AND COMMUNICATION NOTICE

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CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 1110 HOUSTON STREET LAREDO, TEXAS 78040

The Mayor will be presenting the following:
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Recognizing Miss Teen Continental Model 2019-2020 Alexandra Sanabria for all her hard work and accomplishments.

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Recognition of Laredo Lab Hoops 12 year old boys basketball team on winning the 2019 Skyhook International Basketball Tournament championship in Round Rock, Texas on July 14, 2019. The Laredo team battled teams from Puerto Rico, Mexico, Austin, and other Texas cities for 3 days to bring the title home to Laredo.

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Recognizing local students from Harvard, Texas A M, Carnegie Mellon, Texas A M International University and high schools participating in the MileOne Innovation Challenge, a 3 week hackathon style event, gives entrepreneurs and developers the opportunity to work alongside industry leaders in order to bring technology and innovation to the Trade Logistics industry.

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CITY OF LAREDO CITY COUNCIL MEETING

A-2019-R-12 CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS

1110 HOUSTON STREET LAREDO, TEXAS 78040

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DISABILITY ACCESS STATEMENT a. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aid or services are requested to contact Jose A. Valdez Jr., City Secretary, at (956) 791-7308 at least two working days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made. The

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accessible entrance and accessible parking spaces are located at City Hall, 1100 Victoria Ave. Out of consideration for all attendees of the City Council meetings, please turn off all cellular phones and pagers, or place on inaudible signal. Thank you for your consideration. Pursuant to the Texas Penal Code (trespass by holder of license to carry a handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (Concealed Handgun Law or Handgun Licensing Law), may not enter into the City Council Chamber while City Council is in session with a concealed or openly-carried handgun.

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I.
CALL TO ORDER

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II.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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Ill. MOMENT OF SILENCE

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IV.
ROLL CALL

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V.
MINUTES

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Approval of the minutes of July 1, 2019 and July 26, 2019

Citizen comments Citizens are required to fill out a witness card and submit it to the City Secretary no later than 5:45 p.m. and identify themselves at the microphone. Comments are limited to three (3) minutes per speaker. No more than three (3) persons will be allowed to speak on any side of an issue. Should there be more than three (3) people who wish to speak on a particular issue, they need to select not more than three (3) representatives to speak for them and the presiding officer may limit the public comments further in the interest of an orderly meeting. Speakers may not pass their minutes to any other speaker. Comments should be relevant to City business and delivered in a professional manner. No derogatory remarks will be permitted.
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APPOINTMENTS TO COMMISSIONS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES

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Appointment by Mayor and City Council of Michelle Devez to the Animal Care Services Advisory Board.

2. Appointment by Mayor Pro-Tempore Roberto Balli of Martha Llanas to the Animal Care Services Advisory Board. 3. Appointment by Council Member Vidal Rodriguez of Laura Llanes to the Animal Care Services Advisory Board.

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VII. PUBLIC HEARINGS

1. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance amending Chapter 6, Article I, Section 6-19(d) Safety of Animals in Motor Vehicles to prohibit transporting an animal within the open bed of a pickup truck, flatbed or similar vehicle where the animal is not safely enclosed; to prohibit transporting an animal within the open bed of a pickup truck, flatbed or similar vehicle where the animal is directly on a metal surface or similar surface without sufficient protection when temperatures are at or above ninety (90) degrees Fahrenheit; providing a cumulative and repealer clause; providing a severability clause; providing for publication; providing for a penalty; and declaring an effective date. 2. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to accept and enter into a continuation contract with the Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC), amending the FY 2018-2019 budget by appropriating additional revenues and expenditures in the amount of 324,008.00 for a total award of 648,016.00 and amending the FY 2018-2019 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Position Listing by adding one (1) Medical Office Assistant II, R30 for the City of Laredo Health Department (CLHD) Healthy Texas Women project to provide primary care, women's preventive health care, prenatal care, family planning, chronic disease prevention, preventive health services, diagnostic, and laboratory services for the term period from September 1, 2019 through August 31, 2021. 3. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to execute all necessary documents to convey a 30' ingress and egress access easement and a utility easement to Branch Towers 111, LLC. for the installation of communications tower in accordance to the terms stated in a lease with Branch Towers 111, LLC, executed on May 20, 2019, on a site legally described as being a portion of that certain tract of land as described and recorded in Volume 1420, Page 433 in the Office of the County Clerk, Webb County, Texas, lying in Lot 12, Block 1, of the El Eden B. P. Newman Park Plat Subdivision, Laredo, Webb County, Texas, more particularly depicted in attached Exhibit A Boundary Survey, Exhibit B Aerial image and Exhibit C Lease Agreement, for a five (5) year term with five (5) successive five (5) year options to renew; and providing for an effective date. 4. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to execute legal documents conveying a perpetual easement and right of way to AEP Texas, Inc. over, under, across, and upon a .0668 acre tract of land, more or less, situated in Porcion 23, Leonardo Sanches, Original Grantee, Abstract 283, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas; said .0668 acre tract being out of a tract called to contain 48.8857 acres as per Deed of Exchange, Correction, and Substitution conveyed to Del Mar Conservation District filed of record in Volume 1071, Pages 445-456, Deed Records of Webb County, Texas. This 48.8857 acre tract officially became City of Laredo, Texas property by annexation Ordinance No. 84-0-694 effective March 23, 1984 and is commonly known as the North Laredo
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Wastewater Treatment Plant (NLWWTP); said .0668 acre tract is more particularly described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit A and boundary survey in attached Exhibit B ; and providing for an effective date.

5. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance authorizing Co-Interim City Managers to amend the FY 2018-2019 budget by appropriating additional revenues and expenditures in the amount of 791,295.00 for a total of 5,142,631.00 for the City of Laredo Health Department Women, Infant, and Children (WIC) Program for the term from October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019. These additional funds were awarded by the Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) for a modular building and other improvements. 6. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance amending the City of Laredo Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Health and Benefits Fund by appropriating a draw down of 2,600,000.00 from its opening balance and appropriating it for medical and prescription claims. 7. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning Lot 22, Block 1, Deerfield Subdivision, Phase 4, located at 1002 Big Bend Blvd., from B-1 (Limited Commercial District) to B-4 (Highway Commercial District); providing for publication and effective date. The Planning Zoning recommended denial of the zone change, and staff does not support the zone change, for it does not conform with the Comprehensive Plan's designation of this area as Neighborhood Mixed Use that excludes B-4 zoning district. Therefore the applicant has since exercised the right to appeal this decision directly to City Council. ZC-38-2019 District VII 8. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning approximately 3.74 acres, as further described by Metes Bounds Exhibit A, located on the North side of FM 1472 Rd., AG ( Agricultural District) to M-1 (Light Manufacturing District); providing for publication and effective date. The Planning Zoning Commission recommended approval of the zone change, and staff supports the application. ZC-39-2019 District VII
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9. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by repealing Ordinance 2004-0-063 and authorizing the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for general automotive repairs on Lots 19 20, Block 30, Vista Hermosa Unit I I, located at 5417 and 5419 McPherson Rd; providing for publication and effective date.

The Planning Zoning Commission recommended approval of the Conditional Use Permit, and staff supports the application. ZC-40-2019 District V 10. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning Lot 20, Block 5, Santa Rita Subdivision, Unit XIV, located at 104 Frank Sciaraffa Dr., from R-1A (Single Family Reduced Area District) to R-1 MH (Single Family Manufactured Housing District); providing for publication and effective date.

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The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the zone change, and staff supports the application.

ZC-44-2019 District 111 11. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning Lot 18, Block 5, Santa Rita Subdivision, Unit XIV, located at 108 Frank Sciaraffa Dr., from R-1A (Single Family Reduced Area District) to R-1 MH (Single Family Manufactured Housing District); providing for publication and effective date.

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The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the zone change, and staff supports the application.

ZC-45-2019 District Ill 12. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning Lots 1, 2, 7 and 8, Block 1605, Eastern Division, located at 2701 Norton St., from R-2 (Multi-Family Residential District) to R-O (Residential/Office District); providing for publication and effective date.

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The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the zone change, and staff supports the application.

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13. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by authorizing a Special Use Permit for Oil and/or Gas Extraction and Production (Plug/Abandonment of Well), on approximately 2.87 acres out of Porcion 38, Abstract 472, T Sanchez Tract, located South of Obsidian Blvd. and East of US Hwy. 83, Frontage Rd; providing for publication and effective date.

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The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the Special Use Permit, and staff supports the application.

ZC-47-2019 District I 14. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by authorizing a Special Use Permit for Oil and/or Gas Extraction and Production (Plug/Abandonment of Well), on Lot 11, Block 1, Santa Rita Subdivision IX, located at 139 Asturias Ct. providing for publication and effective date.

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The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the Special Use Permit, and staff supports the application.

ZC-48-2019 District 111 15. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by authorizing a Special Use Permit for Oil and/or Gas Extraction and Production (Plug/Abandonment of Well), on Lot 1, Block 1, Riverhill Commercial Subdivision, Unit XIV, located at 801 Riverhill Loop; providing for publication and effective date.

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The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the Special Use Permit, and staff supports the application.

ZC-49-2019 District Ill 16. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning approximately 14.40 acres, (described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit A ), located West of Century Blvd. and South of Jaime Zapata Memorial Hwy., from R-1 (Single Family Residential District) to R-1A (Single Family Reduced Area District); providing for publication and effective date.

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The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the zone change, and staff supports the application.

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ZC-50-2019 District I

17. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning approximately 3.95 acres, (described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit A ), located South of Jaime Zapata Memorial Hwy., from B-3 (Community Business District) to R-1A (Single Family Reduced Area District); providing for publication and effective date.
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The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the zone change, and staff supports the application.

ZC-51-2019 District I 18. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to amend the FY2018-2019 El Metro Operations Budget (558) expenditures and transferring funds from Transit Sales Tax (518) to El Metro Operations fund (558) in the amount of 104,622.00. These funds will be used to develop and implement a Pilot Urban Circulator Program. 19. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to amend the FY2018-2019 Capital Grants budget by drawing down from fund balance 63,668.00 to cover the local match of 72,000.00 for Advanced Funding Agreement (AFA) No. CSJ-0922-33-181 with the Texas Department of Transportation for the MPO ADA Bus Stops and Bicycles Plazas Improvement Project. 20. Public Hearing and Introductory Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 2019-0-071, Chapter 31 (Utilities), Article Ill, (WATER), Division 3 (RATES AND CHARGES), section 31-138 (Water Rates) by renaming Table 4 called the multifamily rates from Water Demand Fees and creating Table 5, named Water Demand Fees, per year from October 1, 2019 to October 1, 2022 at the levels indicated in the rate tables provided within this ordinance. Also, correcting the typo in Table 1. These rates will automatically go into effect on October 1, 2019 and for each subsequent year thereafter though October 1, 2022; providing for an annual rate adjustment of 3 for all customer classes beginning October 1, 2023 and each year thereafter; providing for publication and an effective date. (Recess) (Press Availability)

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VIII.
INTRODUCTORY ORDINANCES

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21. Amending the City of Laredo Land Development Code, Chapter 24, Article IV, Section 24.77.2 (8) entitled Front Yard Setback Requirements by adding subsection (d) intended to allow the construction of carports up to the property line, measured vertically, subject to easements, site visibility, and minimum parking requirements.

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An Ordinance of the City of Laredo, Texas, establishing the rental rate and tenant policies for a single-family dwelling located at 419 A Zaragoza St., by setting the monthly rental fee amount as 500.00 for a two bedroom unit; providing for rent to be charged at affordable rents for elderly individuals; providing security deposit for new tenants at the same rate as the rental amount; providing for rents to be in compliance and charged at HOME program rent limits; occupancy to be limited to persons aged 62 years or older with incomes at or below the area median income, as set annually by the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development; repealing all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith; providing a severability clause; and providing an effective date.

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An Ordinance of the City of Laredo, Texas, establishing the rental rate and tenant policies for a single-family dwelling located at 3016 Clark Boulevard, by setting the monthly rental fee amount as 570.00 for a three bedroom unit; providing for rent to be charged at affordable rents; providing security deposit for new tenants at the same rate as the rental amount; repealing all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith; providing a severability clause; and providing an effective date.

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Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to execute all documents for the purchase of the Surface Only of 222 Allen Drive from Erika Medina in the negotiated amount of Twenty-Five Thousand dollars and no cents ( 25,000.00), legally described as situated in Webb County, Texas and being the Surface Only of Lot Number Four Hundred Twenty-One (421 ), in Block Number Twenty-Two (22), River View Estates Subdivision, Unit 2C, Subdivision situated in the City of Laredo, as per Plat recorded in Volume 10, Page 24 and Replat recorded in Volume 15, Page 20, Webb County Plat records as described in Survey, Exhibit A . This tract will provide for drainage improvements in order to alleviate flooding concerns and for public use as a connector and a continuation to the Father McNaboe Hike and Bike Trail; and providing for an effective date. Funding is available through the Environmental Services Funds.

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Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to allow for the temporary street closure of 400 Block of Tatangelo Parkway (between Iturbide St. Lincoln St. ) from 6 PM to 6 AM on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday as a means to increase pedestrian safety. Said temporary closure is more accurately depicted on Exhibit A , an aerial map of location; and providing for an effective date.

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26. Closing and vacating as a public easement, a section of 1900 Bismark Street, in District 111, between South Meadow Street and Buena Vista Avenue, legally described as an undeveloped tract of land containing 9,832 sq. ft. (0.2257 Acre) tract of land, more or less, situated within the limits of the City of Laredo and Webb County, Texas, being out and part of Bismark Street, Right-Of-Way (East of Buena Vista Avenue and West of South Meadow Avenue) in the City of Laredo, Eastern Division, as recorded in Volume 7, Page 15 of the Webb County Plat Records. The City of Laredo reserves any and all apparent and visible easements recorded or not recorded; hereof, closed as a public easement and providing for an effective date.

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Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to enter into license agreements with local associations for the use of City playing fields for youth and adult programs, the term of each being from March 1, 2019 through December 1, 2019. No fee will be charged by the City to the associations in view of the public benefit in permitting the associations to use the City's facilities for baseball, softball, soccer and flag football for the benefit of the youth of Laredo.

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An Ordinance of the City of Laredo, TX amending the Chapter 19 (Motor Vehicles and Traffic), Article XII (Transit System), Division 3 (Bus Bench Advertising), Section 19-581, of the Code of Ordinances to add the Transit Bus Bench Advertising Fees.

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Amending the Transit Department FTEs by creating one (1) additional position for a Transit Advertisement Specialist. Funding is available in the El Metro General Administration Fund.

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Amending Chapter 31 (Utilities), Article 11, division 1, Section 31-16, Article 111, Division 4 by deleting sections 31-141.15-31-141.88 and creating Article V (Water conservation and drought contingency plan) sections 31-195 through 31-242. Amending sections 31-195, 31-197, 31-199, 31-200 through 31-205, 31-208, 31-212, 31-213, 31-214, 31-215, 31-217, 31-220, , 31-221, 31-228, 31-236, 31-238, 31-240. Adding section 31-210 and removing section 31-219. Providing for severability and publication date.

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IX.
FINAL READING OF ORDINANCES

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2019-0-102 An Ordinance amending Chapter 7, Buildings and Building Regulations, Section 7-2 of the Code of Ordinances and Chapter 24, Appendix D, Permit Fees, to establish new building permit and plan/checking fees for residential construction in accordance with HB 852; providing a cumulative and repealer clause; providing a severability clause; providing for publication; providing for a penalty; and declaring an effective date (AS AMENDED).

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2019-0-103 Amending Chapter 31, (Utilities), Article Ill (water) Division 3 (rates and charges), of the City's Code of Ordinances related to the establishment of a new rate schedule for different categories of wastewater effluent sales; providing a savings clause; providing a severability clause; providing a penalty provision and providing an effective date.

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2019-0-104 Ratifying the execution of a contract amendment from the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), amending the FY 2018-2019 budget by appropriating additional revenues and expenditures in the amount of 70,000.00 for a total of 205,000.00 for the City of Laredo Health Department (CLHD) Healthy Texas Mothers and Babies Program (formerly Healthy Texas Babies) to promote maternal child health services, womens health and well-being for the term from September 1, 2018 through August 31, 2020.

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2019-0-105 Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to execute an lnterlocal Agreement between the City of Laredo (City), the Webb County-City of Laredo Regional Mobility Authority (WC-CL RMA), and the Webb County Drainage District No. 1 (Drainage District) for the development of a new arterial road, as further identified in attached Exhibits 3 and 4, extending from the intersection of Loop 20 (Cuatro Vientos Road) and Los Presidentes Avenue to its intersection with the extension of Concord Hills Boulevard. Also authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to amend the FY2018-2019 Capital Grants Fund Budget by appropriating the estimated total project cost of 3,070,000.00, which will include: design, permitting, construction, construction oversight, Federal Emergency Management Agency ( FEMA ) coordination, and environmental clearance. The Laredo District of the Texas Department of Transportation ( TxDOT ) has committed to construct acceleration and deceleration lanes on Loop 20 (Cuatro Vientos Road), which will provide access to the project, at a cost of approximately 730,000.00. Contributions toward the total estimated 3,070,000.00 project cost are as follows: 1,400,000.00 by the City, 600,000.00 by the Drainage District, and 1,070,000.00 by the WC-CL RMA. Funding is available in the Capital Grants Fund.

2019-0-106 Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to execute an lnterlocal Agreement between the City of Laredo (City), and the Webb County-City of Laredo Regional Mobility Authority (WC-CL RMA), for the development of turn lanes, as further identified in attached Exhibit, to be located at the intersection of Killam Industrial Boulevard and Farm to Market Road 1472 (Mines Road). Also authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to amend the FY2018-2019 Capital Grants Fund Budget by appropriating the estimated total project cost of 2,700,000.00, which will include design, permitting, construction, construction oversight, and environmental clearance. Killam Development, Ltd. ( Killam ) has committed to donating the required right-of-way ( ROW ) to the project. Contributions towards the total estimated 2,700,000.00 project cost are as follows: 1,600,000.00 by the City, and 1,100,000.00 by the WC-CL RMA.

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2019-0-107 Amending the City of Laredo Fiscal Year 2019 Financial Task Force and Police Trust Fund budgets by transferring revenues, expenditures and fund balance of 3,644, 140.00 to the Police Trust Fund. These amendments are transferred to the Financial Task Force equitable sharing funds to the Police Trust Fund due to the new equitable sharing guidelines that became effective this fiscal year.

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2019-0-109 An Ordinance of the City of Laredo, Texas, amending Chapter 2, Article I I, Division 1, of the Code of Ordinances by repealing Section 2-29, Reimbursements, and replacing with a new comprehensive Section 2-29, to be entitled Compensation of Mayor and Council Members, to provide for all the compensation, allowable expenses, and any other benefits of the members of the City Council; providing for procedures for reimbursement of expenses; providing that business expenses associated with transportation/vehicle, home office, and cell phone will be reimbursed to members of the governing body under a non-accountable plan; providing that a member of the governing body may elect to be reimbursed under an accountable plan for the actual and necessary expenses associated with transportation/vehicle, home office, and cell phone with the corresponding expense substantiation on a form to be provided by the Director of Financial Services; providing for a cumulative clause and repealer clause; providing a severability clause; and declaring an effective date.

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2019-0-110 An Ordinance amending Section 2-157 of the Laredo City Code to provide that committee members shall automatically forfeit their appointed position for failure to attend four (4) regularly scheduled meetings only in one calendar year; to provide that a committee member who forfeits an appointed position for failure to attend four (4) regularly scheduled meetings is not eligible for appointment to any committee until the expiration of the current term of the appointing member of the City Council; providing that this ordinance shall be cumulative; providing a severability clause; and providing for an effective date.

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2019-0-111 An Ordinance of the City of Laredo, Texas, adopting the revised City of Laredo Priority Procedures Handbook for City Council and City boards, commissions, and committees; adopting rules governing the manner in which City Council meetings are conducted; providing for a cumulative clause; providing a severability clause; and declaring an effective date.

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2019-0-112 Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to amend the City of Laredo FY 2018-2019 to amend the City of Laredo FY 2018-2019 Parkland Acquisition and Park Improvement Fund budget to appropriate revenues and expenditures in the amount of 59,818.00. Revenues are from parkland improvement fees paid by the developers of Shiloh Highland and Kimberly Subdivisions. The expenditures will be utilized for the Divine Mercy Park improvements.

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CONSENT AGENDA

All of the following items may be acted upon by one motion. No separate discussion or action on any of the items is necessary unless desired by a Council Member.

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AIRPORT: STAFF SOURCE JEFFREY J. MILLER, AIRPORT DIRECTOR

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Consideration to award contract FY19-076 Airport Pavement Markings Removal contract to lowest bidder Hi-Lite Airfield Services LLC from Adams Center, NY in amount of 99,799.18. This contract is for the removal of taxiway edge pavement markings for the Laredo International Airport to comply with FAA Advisory Circular Standards for Airport Markings , AC No. 150/5340-1 M dated 5/10/2019-Removal of Markings. Funding is available in the International Airport Fund.

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BRIDGE: STAFF SOURCE YVETTE LIMON, BRIDGE DIRECTOR

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2019-R-99 Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to enter into and execute the Advanced Funding Agreement (CSJ 0922-33-178) for Coordinated Border Infrastructure Program Off-System by and between the State of Texas, acting by and through the Texas Department of Transportation, and the City of Laredo. The agreement is for the relocation and construction of four primary inspection booths, a non-intrusive inspection area, two exit control booths and access to the current secondary inspection facilities and hazardous material offsite containment facility at the World Trade International Bridge Port of Entry as shown in Attachment B of the agreement. Project cost is estimated at 11.7 million as shown in Attachment C of the agreement.

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Authorizing the ratification of an emergency purchase order to R A Construction, Laredo, TX in the amount of 395,529.00 for emergency repairs and improvements to the El Portal building at International Bridge Number 1. Funding is available in the Laredo Bridge System Fund.

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BUILDING: STAFF SOURCE VICTOR LINARES, ACTING BUILDING DIRECTOR

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2019-R-106 Authorizing and approving a fee waiver and a Tax Abatement Agreement between the City of Laredo and Albino Santos Jr. for a proposed project located at 1220 E Bustamante Street, Lot 5; Block 665, eastern division that consists of new construction, in accordance with authorized guidelines and criteria established for the Neighborhood Empowerment Zone (NEZ). This agreement will be for a five (5) year period and will abate taxes on new improvements for the purpose of economic development. The project has an estimated capital investment total of 162,834.65, estimated annual tax abatement total of 1,032.38 and estimated total fee waivers of 3,492.00. Guidelines and criteria for the agreement are set forth in

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the attached agreement and information.

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b.
2019-R-107 Authorizing and approving a fee waiver and a Tax Abatement Agreement between the City of Laredo and Julio Cuevas for a proposed project located at 1318 Salinas Ave, Lot 7; Block 229, eastern division that consists of multi-family, in accordance with authorized guidelines and criteria established for the Neighborhood Empowerment Zone (NEZ). This agreement will be for a ten (10) year period and will abate taxes on new improvements for the purpose of economic development. The project has an estimated capital investment total of 355,500.00, estimated annual tax abatement total of 2,253.87 and estimated total fee waivers of 6,558.00. Guidelines and criteria for the agreement are set forth in the attached agreement and information.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:economic development, taxes, Taxes, development, Development, abatement, investment, and neighborhood

c.
2019-R-108 Authorizing and approving a fee waiver and a Tax Abatement Agreement between the City of Laredo and Raul Santos for a proposed project located at 2803 Corpus Christi St, Lot 1 2; Block 1703, eastern division that consists of new construction , in accordance with authorized guidelines and criteria established for the Neighborhood Empowerment Zone (NEZ). This agreement will be for a ten (10) year period and will abate taxes on new improvements for the purpose of economic development. The project has an estimated capital investment total of 126,685.00, estimated annual tax abatement total of 803.18 and estimated total fee waivers of 6,121.00. Guidelines and criteria for the agreement are set forth in the attached agreement and information.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction, economic development, taxes, Taxes, development, Development, abatement, investment, and neighborhood

d.
2019-R-111 A resolution waiving garage or yard sale permit fees for garage or yard sales taking place August 9-11, 2019, in observance of National Garage Sale Day; amending Chapter 18, Article 111, Section 18-15 of the Code of Ordinances by authorizing the City Manager, with the approval of the City Council, to periodically waive garage or yard sale permit fees when deemed in the best interest of the City; providing for a cumulative clause; providing a severability clause; and declaring an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance, council, sale, administrator, and manager

44.
CITY ATTORNEY: STAFF SOURCE KRISTINA L. HALE, CITY ATTORNEY

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal

a.
2019-R-110 A Resolution of the City of Laredo,Texas finding that AEP Texas lnc.'s requested increase to its electric transmission and distribution rates and charges within the City should be denied; finding that the City's reasonable rate case expenses should be reimbursed; requiring reimbursement of rate case expenses; finding that the meeting at which this Resolution is passed was open to the public as required by law.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:electric and rates

45.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: STAFF SOURCE ARTURO GARCIA, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and community development

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a. Approving the submission of the 2019-2020 One Year Action Plan to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) request for funding in the amounts of 3,730,742.00 in 45th Action Year Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, 1,085,399.00 through the HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME), and 316,494.00 through the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG). An additional 2,800.00 is anticipated to be received through CDBG program income, 72,000.00 in Housing Rehabilitation Revolving Loan funds, and 260,000.00 in HOME program income. Also authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to execute all documents as a result of the Plan's submission. The plan identifies the projects proposed to be funded by HUD through entitlement program funds and anticipated program income, which are as follows:

45th A Y Community Development Block Grant Community Development Administration Housing Rehabilitation Administration Housing RehabJlitation Loan Program Code Enforcement Graffiti Removal Program Downtown Senior Recreational Program E'ido/Lomas.J el Sur Traffic Light Project Downtown Rental Rehabilitation Program Downtown Neighborhood Access Improvements District I - Ejido/Pita Mangana Traffic Light Project District II - Cigarroa Park Selash Pad District Ill - Design of South Laredo Nature Center Trails

Tagged Passions:grant, development, downtown, program, parks, trails, Development, rental, codes enforcement, cdbg, traffic, neighborhood, recreation, community development, and housing

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District IV - Sidewalks 14 District V - De Llano Park Improvements 15 District VII - Neighborhood Bike Lanes

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, parks, Bicycles, Pedestrian, neighborhood, and bicycles

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20 21

OTAL Revolving Loan Housing Rehabilitation Revolving Loan dministration ousing Rehabilitation Revolving Loan rogram OTAL HOME Investment Partnership Grant HOME Program Administration Down Payment Assistance Program (Pl) Tenant-Based Rental Assistance

Tagged Passions:grant, program, rental, investment, and housing

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7,027

64,973 72,000 107,139 260,000 390,000 746,148 306,308 593,676 505,182 30,671 151,557 150,000 275,000 100,000 125,000 225,000 25,000 125,000 125,000 125,000 125,000 3,733,542 122 Community Housing Development 162,810 Organization (CHOO) _,

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and housing

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Inner City Affordable Rental 425,450 Housing -- TOTAL 1,345,399

Emergency Solutions Grant ESG Program Administration Emergency Shelter - Shelter Operations Emergency Shelter - Essential Services

Tagged Passions:grant, services, program, emergency, rental, and housing

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Street Outreach 28 Rapid Re-Housing 29 Homelessness Prevention 30 Homeless Management Information System

(HMIS) TOTAL 16,258 95,000 45,000 9,884 82,352 60,000 8,000 316,494

Tagged Passions:streets, homeless, and housing

b.
Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to sell the Surface Only of a closed section of the 1900 Block of Bismark Street to Gerardo Jerry Salinas of Gateway Builders, LTD. It was appraised at the fair market value of 49,000.00 by a State Certified Independent appraiser Frank Leal. It is described as a tract of land containing 0.2257 acre (9,832 sq. ft.), more or less, out of Bismark Street R. 0. W., situated in the Western Division of the City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas. The City of Laredo reserves any and all visible and apparent easements recorded or not recorded, being generally described in attached Exhibit A , and approving the Post Closure Property Improvement Plan as described in Exhibit B , which is in compliance with Section 10 of the Street Closing/Sales Policy Handbook, and providing for an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:market, streets, sale, property, administrator, compliance, manager, policy, gateway, and easement

c.
Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to grant housing priority to West Care Permanent Supportive Housing Program participants at risk of being homeless due to the end of their funding for their program. Priority is being requested for the Laredo Municipal Housing waiting list and the HOME program Elderly waiting list. This housing priority will be to prevent program participants from becoming homeless and provide housing priority status for program participants that meet all municipal housing rental requirements. This authorization would also provide for any necessary HOME program policy update to allow prioritizing these participants only for this one-time.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, risk, program, rental, administrator, manager, policy, homeless, and housing

d.
Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to reallocate the unexpended contract amount of 10,668.17 for Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) funds awarded to the Salvation Army on December 4, 2017. The contract ended on June 30, 2019 and a balance of 10,688.17 remains unexpended. Staff is recommending awarding the reallocation of 5,344.09 to Bethany House of Laredo and 5,344.08 to Casa de Misericordia, and authorizing the amendment of their current contracts in order to provide additional funds for providing Emergency Shelter Operations for the

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, contract, emergency, administrator, manager, and military

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homeless. This reallocation is needed in order to expend all funds by September 30, 2019, as required by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Funding is available in 2017 ESG Grant Year.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, development, Development, homeless, and housing

e.
Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to request assistance and partner with the Texas Army National Guard through its Operation Crackdown Program and to authorize the waiver of all applicable City fees to assist the City in demolishing abandoned and neglected structures that have a history of drug and criminal activity and pose an immediate danger to neighborhood residents. The program provides for the no cost demolition of identified structures and the City being responsible for obtaining the necessary clearances, court orders, warrants and/or permits for the destruction and removal/disposal of debris.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:drugs, legal, public safety, program, demolition, administrator, manager, military, clearance, history, neighborhood, and court

f.
Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to amend the Laredo Main Street FY 2018-2019 contract regarding the requested change to the Jamboozie Festival date from September to November 2, 2019 and also the location from the heart of the Laredo downtown area to the Tres Laredos Park. All expenses will be encumbered in FY 2018-2019 Hotel Motel budget.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, budget, contract, hotel, downtown, parks, administrator, manager, and festival

46.
ENGINEERING: STAFF SOURCE RAMON E. CHAVEZ, CITY ENGINEER

No additional detail provided

a.
2019-R-109 Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to execute an lnterlocal Cooperation Agreement by and between the City of Laredo and Webb County for the preliminary engineering including schematic and environmental for the Hachar-Reuthinger Extension (F.M. 1472 to IH-35 West Frontage Road); and declaring an effective date. Funds are available in the 2016 Tax T/E CO Bond.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, streets, taxes, Taxes, bond, zoning, environment, administrator, and manager

b.
Consideration for approval of amendment no. 3 an increase of 84,400.00 to the professional services contract with Structural Engineering Associates, Inc., San Antonio, Texas, for the World Trade International Bridge, US Customs Exit Booth Expansion for additional design, surveying and construction services for the FAST Lanes relocation portion of overall project. Current engineering contract amount with this amendment is 1,978,534.00. Funding is available in the Bridge Construction Fund-Buildings.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, construction, expansion, contract, services, and trade

c.
Consideration for approval of acceptance of the CDBG Freddy Benavides Recreational (Sisters of Mercy) Water Feature (Lazy River) adjacent to the City of Laredo Cigarroa Recreation Center Swimming Pool at 2201 Zacatecas Street as complete, release retainage, and approval of final payment in the amount of 21,533.09 to RU Insurance Co, the Surety company which completed the project after the contract was terminated with Ayala Pools dba Sunset Pools on December 20, 2018. The surety company, together with the City of Laredo, successfully completed the items not completed by the original contractor, Sunset Pools. There is an amount of 142,395.00 remaining including 71,000.00 plus 71,395.00

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, utility, Utility, contract, water, insurance, watershed, cdbg, and recreation

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retainage. The remaining funds in the amount of 120,861.91 from the original contract will be used for other amenities on site. Final contract amount is 1,498,900.00. Funding is available in the Community Development Fund, Capital Improvements Fund, 2014 CO, 2015 CO and 2016 CO Issue.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, development, capital spending, contract, Capital Spending, Development, and community development

47.
ENVIRONMENTAL: STAFF SOURCE JOHN PORTER, ENVIRONMENTAL DIRECTOR

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:environment

a.
Consideration to renew contract FY17-042 for the Chacon Creek Hike/Bike Trail Maintenance to low bidder Romo Contractors, Laredo, TX for an amount of 85,900.00 per year. The term of this contract shall be for a period of two (2) years beginning as of the date of its execution and subject to future appropriations. This is the last extension period. Funding for this contract is available in the Environmental Services Department Budget.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, budget, contract, services, environment, trails, Bicycles, and bicycles

48.
FIRE: STAFF SOURCE STEVE LANDIN, FIRE CHIEF

a. Consideration to renew and amend contract FY16-027 to Galls, LLC., Lexington, KY. This contract amendment is to allow for a six (6) percent increase in the annual amount to 228,000.00; this is needed to allow for the necessary purchase of uniforms, boots and accessories for the Fire Department. These items are included in the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City and the Firefighters Union. Each firefighter has a 600.00 clothing allowance that may be used to purchase any of the listed items in the agreement. This is the first of two additional one (1) year renewals, subject to future budget appropriations. Funding is available in the General Fund - Fire Department's operational budget.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, contract, fire departments and districts, union, and purchasing

49.
FLEET MANAGEMENT: STAFF SOURCE RONALD MILLER, ACTING FLEET DIRECTOR

No additional detail provided

a.
Consideration to renew annual contract FY18-033 for the purchase of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts/service for the City's Case equipment with Nueces Power Equipment, Corpus Christi, Texas, in an amount up to 93,750.00. All parts and services will be secured on an as needed basis. The term of this contract shall be for a period of one (1) year beginning as of the date of its execution. There was no price increase during the last extension period. This is the last extension period for this contract. Funding is available in the Fleet Maintenance budget.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, equipment, budget, contract, services, and purchasing

b.
2019-R-1 12 Consideration to authorize the City Co-Interim City Managers to sell surplus equipment to the City of Rio Bravo, Texas. Surplus equipment consists of two side loader refuse trucks. Surplus equipment will be sold at a reduced price of the salvage value. The sale price is as follows: Unit 6251 2011 Peterbilt/McNeilus side loader for 9000.00, and Unit 6253 2011 Peterbilt/McNeilus side loader for 9000.00.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:equipment, sale, transportation, surplus, administrator, and manager

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50. HEALTH: STAFF SOURCE DR. HECTOR GONZALEZ, HEAL TH DIRECTOR

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health

a.
2019-R-101 Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to accept a grant award from the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) in the amount of 13,398.67 for the City of Laredo Health Department (CLHD) mosquito surveillance and control activities to prevent vector borne diseases for the term of May 14, 2019 through August 31, 2019.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant, health, services, administrator, manager, insect, and surveillance

b.
2019-R-102 Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to accept an additional amount of 22,556.00 for the Women's Health and Family Planning Association of Texas (WHFPT) for the continuation of the City of Laredo Health Department Title X Family Planning Women's Preventive Health and Wellness Services for the term period from April 1, 2019 through March 31, 2020.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:planning, health, services, administrator, manager, and abortion

c.
2019-R-103 Ratifying the approval of a contract with the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) for a no-cost extension (no additional funding) to further support the City of Laredo Health Department (CLHD) Public Health Preparedness and Response programs, specifically to prevent the Zika virus infection through enhanced laboratory testing, for a term period through July 31, 2020.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, health, contract, services, and program

d.
2019-R-104 Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to accept two (2) continuation contract amendments from the Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) Title V Prenatal Services for 37,000.00 and Title V Child Health for 115,750.00 for the continuation of the City of Laredo Health Department prenatal and dental patient care and prevention services to provide appropriate maternal child health care and preventive services for the period from September 1, 2019 through August 31, 2020.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health, boards and commissions, contract, services, administrator, and manager

e.
Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to approve the purchase of a modular building for the City of Laredo Health Department Women, Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition, supplemental and health promotion program for the Rio Bravo clinic in the amount of 196,483.00. Funding is available through the Health Department WIC Budget.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, health, budget, program, purchasing, administrator, manager, and nutrition

51.
HUMAN RESOURCES: STAFF SOURCE MELINA BERMUDEZ, HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:human resources

a.
Consideration to authorize the Co-Interim City Managers to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Let's Go Texas, LLC for the purpose of providing worksite training and experience for individuals with disabilities.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:training, administrator, and manager

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b. Consideration to award contract number FY19-079 to provide Temporary Staffing Agency Services to the following vendors:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract, services, and human resources

1.
Staff Force Inc., Laredo, Texas; 2. 22nd Century Technologies Inc., Somerset, New Jersey.

Both vendors will be awarded as primary vendors for set contract services to provide the City of Laredo with a labor pool for those departments that might require temporary staffing throughout the fiscal year. All services will be secured on an as needed basis and the estimated contract amount for this fiscal year would be approximately 2,300,000.00. The term of this contract shall be for a period of one (1) year, beginning effective date of contract and allows for two (2) additional one (1) year renewal periods. Funding is available in the respective departmental budgets.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, contract, services, and human resources

52.
INFORMATION SERVICES TELECOMMUNICATION: STAFF SOURCE HOMERO VAZQUEZ-GARCIA, 1ST DIRECTOR

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Telecommunications, services, and telecommunications

a.
Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to enter into and execute a contract between GEO IS and the City of Laredo for the purchase of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Network Maintenance and GIS Network Consulting through a Sole Source contract in the total amount of 272,500.00 for a two year period. This charge is to continue GIS Network Maintenance and Consulting that is provided to the 9-1-1 Regional Administration and to continue to enable the most current 9-1-1 data to be available throughout the South Texas Region. Funding is available in the Regional 9-1-1 Fund.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, 911, GIS, contract, services, purchasing, administrator, and manager

b.
Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to enter into and execute a contract between SecuLore Solutions, a Cybersecurity company focused on Public Safety, and the City of Laredo to provide cybersecurity technology and monitoring services to safeguard the 9-1-1 Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs ), as well as the 9-1-1 Database Network in the four county region of Jim Hogg, Starr, Webb and Zapata. SecuLore will provide cybersecurity monitoring services for a two year period to the region in the amount of 319,300.10. The managed services will be purchased from SecuLore Solutions through the Houston Galveston Area Council of Governments (HGAC) Contract No. EC0?-18. Funding is available in the Regional 9-1-1 Fund.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, council, 911, contract, public safety, services, purchasing, Technology, technology, administrator, and manager

c.
Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to enter into and execute a contract between 911 Datamaster, Inc. and the City of Laredo to provide the 911 Regional Administration with ongoing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) services for two years through the Houston Galveston Area Council of Governments (HGAC) Cooperative Buy Contract No. EC0?-14, Product Category B, in the total amount of 129,200.00. This ongoing GIS service is needed in order to continue GIS work in order to meet Next Generation (NG) 9-1-1 GIS standards put forth by the State of Texas 9-1-1 Commission on State Emergency Communication (CSEC). Funding is available in the Regional 9-1-1 Fund.

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d. Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to enter into and execute lnterlocal Agreements between the City of Laredo and Webb County Sheriff's Office, Jim Hogg County Sheriff's Department, Starr County Sheriff's Office, Zapata County Sheriff's Office, Rio Grande City Police Department, Roma Police Department, Jim Hogg County Appraisal District, Zapata County Appraisal District, and Starr County Planning Department for Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) and Database Maintenance services for the period of September 1, 2019 through August 31, 2021.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:planning, public safety, services, administrator, and manager

e.
Consideration to ratify emergency Purchase Orders issued to Network Alliance, LLC, in the total of amount of 85,100.00 to provide support services post Cyber-attack of May 22, 2019. Funding is available in the Information Technology Fund.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, services, emergency, purchasing, Technology, technology, information technology, and Information Technology

53.
LAREDO ANIMAL CARE SERVICES: STAFF SOURCE HEBERTO L.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services

54.
RAMIREZ, ACTING LACS DIRECTOR

No additional detail provided

a.
Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to enter into and execute a contract for professional services with Sandra Leyendecker , DVM for veterinary services to include: general health and welfare of the shelter animals, spay and neuter surgeries, vaccinations, emergency animal health care, and any other related matters at Laredo Animal Care Services from October 1, 2019, to September 31, 2020, in an amount not to exceed 150,000.00 per year, with an option to renew for two (2) additional one-year terms contingent on funding availability. Funding is available in the Animal Care Services Budget.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, health, budget, pets, contract, services, animal control, emergency, administrator, and manager

b.
Consideration to ratify the amendment of contract FY18-027 for the purchase of Veterinary Medications to allow for a 25 contract amount increase to awarded vendors as follows:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract and purchasing

1.
Miller Veterinary, Fort Worth, Texas - Primary vendor, for a new annual amount of 75,000.00;

No additional detail provided

2.
MWI Animal Health, Boise Idaho - Secondary vendor, for a new annual amount of 75,000.00.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health

This contract is in the 2nd year of a two (2) year term and is subject to future appropriations, beginning as of the date of its execution; contract may be extended for one, additional (1) year period upon mutual agreement. All medications will be secured on an as needed basis. Funding is available in the Laredo Animal Care Department Fund.

PARKS RECREATION: GRACIELA S. BRIONES ANITA STANLEY, CO-ASSISTANT PARK DIRECTORS

Tagged Passions:funding, contract, parks, and recreation

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a. Consideration to renew contract FY1 6-060 with La Flecha Materials, Laredo, Texas, in an amount up to 1 52,000.00 for the purchase of red top soil and fill dirt for the Parks Recreation Department. The term of this contract shall be for a period of one ( 1 ) year beginning as of the date of its execution . There was no price increase during the last extension period . This is the third of four extension periods. All soils will be purchased on an as needed basis. The Parks Recreation Department will use these soils for the maintenance of its Parks . Funding is available in the Parks Recreation Department Fund.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, contract, materials, purchasing, parks, and recreation

b.
Consideration to award annual service/supply contract FY1 9-081 for the repairs/replacement/new installation of shades for the Parks Recreation Department to the following vendors:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract, parks, and recreation

1
. Impression Design, Laredo, Texas, in an amount up to 300,000.00 (Primary Vendor) ; and

2.
RIVED Enterprises, Laredo, Texas in an amount up to 100,000.00 (Secondary Vendor).

All services will be secured on an as needed basis. This contract establishes a percentage discount on original manufacturer shades and a labor rate for these services. The City of Laredo Purchasing Department shall obtain quotes from the primary and secondary vendor for all estimated projects that exceed 7,000.00. The City of Laredo may add additional locations or departments for the replacement/repair/new installation of shades throughout the contract period . The term of this contract shall be for a period of one ( 1 ) year beginning as of the date of its execution. The contract may be extended for three, additional one ( 1 ) year periods each upon mutual agreement of the parties . Funding is available in the Parks Maintenance Budget.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, contract, services, purchasing, and parks

c.
Consideration to award service contract FY1 9-078 to the The Best Alarm Inc. Company, Laredo, Texas in an amount up to 40,000.00 for providing alarm monitoring , maintenance, and repair services for various Recreation Centers. These services require monthly alarm monitoring services for the recreation centers elevators, burglary, fire, and suppression systems. In the event of expansion by the City of Laredo, future locations may be added as part of this contract. The term of this contract shall be for a period of one (1) year beginning as of the date of its execution. This contract may be extended for three, additional one ( 1 ) year periods upon mutual agreement of the parties. Funding is available in the Parks Recreation Department Fund.

d . Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to execute an lnterlocal Agreement by and between the City of Laredo and the Laredo Independent School District for the purchase and installation of playground equipment at Santa Maria and Bruni Elementary Schools at a total cost of 55,694. Funding is available in District V I II Priority Funds.

Tagged Passions:funding, equipment, expansion, contract, services, events, purchasing, parks, administrator, manager, education, and recreation

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a.
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No additional detail provided

C.
Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to enter into and execute an lnterlocal agreement between Laredo Independent School District and the City of Laredo for the purpose of sharing a joint use of certain outdoor recreational facilities, namely, Albert Ochoa Baseball Park, Freddie Benavides Baseball Field, Cigarroa Recreational Sports Complex Tennis Courts and Multi-purpose Field, Market Tennis Courts Complex and Kawas Elementary Parking lot. The initial term will be for five years subject to renewal at the consent of both governing bodies.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal, market, administrator, manager, education, sports, parking, court, and recreation

POLICE: STAFF SOURCE CLAUDIO TREVINO, CHIEF OF POLICE

Tagged Passions:public safety

2019-R-98 Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to ratify and accept a mine resistant ambush protected (MRAP) all terrain vehicle (A TV) from the Texas Law Enforcement Support Office (LESO) Program. The LESO Program (formerly the 1033 Program) allows law enforcement agencies to receive Department of Defense (DoD) excess property. The transfer of this asset is at no cost to the city and will be recorded in the City's Fixed Asset Inventory System.

2019-R-100 Amending resolution 2019-R-80 by adding one (1) additional memorandum of understanding (Webb County District Attorney - Radio Agreement) to the list of cooperative working agreements/mutual assistance agreements/memorandums of understanding between the City of Laredo Police Department and various federal, state and local agencies, including but not limited to: Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), SCAN, et al. A comprehensive list is attached hereto as Exhibit A . The Police Department's participation is part of the community service provided to our citizens, with no cost to the City of Laredo. Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to accept a grant in the amount of 872,271 to fund the Laredo Police Department HIDTA-HSI/DEA HIDTA Task Forces, and the Rio Grande Valley Financial HIDTA Task Force, and to enter into an agreement with Webb Co. Sheriff's Office (WCSO), and Zapata Co. Sheriff's Office (ZCSO) to provide services under the terms and conditions as stated in the LPD HSI HIDTA Task Force contract for participation in the task force. The initiatives are funded by the Executive Office of the President, Office of the National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), and High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) at no cost to the City. Funding for the LPD-HSI/DEA HIDTA Task Forces will be used to pay personnel salaries, fringe benefits, overtime, travel and operating expenses from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2020. Funding for the Rio Grande Valley Financial Task Force will be used for payment of fringe benefits, overtime, and operating expenses from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2020

Tagged Passions:drugs, funding, grant, finance, legal, radio, travel, personnel, contract, public safety, services, program, property, administrator, manager, policy, military, and ATV

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d. Consideration to award contract FY19-062 to the low bidder Data Works Plus, Greenville, SC, for the purchase of an Automated Biometric Identification System in the amount of 167,901.89 for the Laredo Police Department. This system will update the old paper-based fingerprint system to a digital platform and provide enhanced efficiency and effectiveness to the LPD's forensic and investigative services. Funding is available in the 2018 PPFCO.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, contract, public safety, services, purchasing, and government efficiency

56.
PUBLIC WORKS: STAFF SOURCE JOHN ORFILA, PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

a.
Consideration to renew contract number FY17-047 with S.C.C. Pure Materials, Laredo, Texas in amount up to 500,000.00 for the purchase of the following paving, and construction materials:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction, contract, materials, and purchasing

1.
Flexible base Type D - Crushed Concrete, F.O.B. Public Works or Utilities Department Compound Job Site - 17 .50/ton

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, Public Works, and public works

2.
Flexible base Type D - Crushed Concrete, F.O.B. Vendors Plant, Picked up by City Trucks - 14.50/ton

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation and plant

This contract is for the purchase of materials required for all city paving and construction projects. The term of this contract shall be for a period of one (1) year beginning as of the date of its execution. There was no price increase during the last extension period. This is the second of four extension periods. All materials shall be purchased on an as needed basis utilizing the Public Works Department, Utilities Department, and construction project budgets.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction, budget, utility, Utility, contract, materials, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

b.
Consideration to renew contract number FY16-059 with the following vendors:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract

1.
City Ready Mix, Inc., Laredo, Texas, in an amount up to 2,300,000.00 (Primary Vendor);

2. Mobile-Crete, Laredo, Texas, in an amount up to 1,000,000.00 (Secondary Vendor), for the purchase of ready mix cement Uob site delivered) for various City Departments. There was no price increase during the last extension period. This is the last extension period for this contract. All materials shall be purchased on an as needed basis utilizing the Utilities, Parks and Leisure Services and Public Works Departments - construction projects budgets.

Tagged Passions:construction, budget, utility, Utility, contract, materials, services, purchasing, parks, Public Works, and public works

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c. Consideration to renew contract FY1 7-049 with Anderson Columbia, Lake City, Florida, in an amount up to 3,000,000.00 for the purchase of black base and asphalt hot mix used for street paving projects. Any price changes to this contract wil l be governed by an index made up of the composite posted prices in the Laredo area of those companies publ ished in the daily publ ication of Oil Price Information Service (OPIS) . All materia ls are purchased on an as needed basis uti l izing the construction project budgets. There was a price increase d uring the last extension period. This is the second of four extension periods. Funding is available in the Public Works construction project budget.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, construction, streets, budget, Fossil Fuels - Oil, contract, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

57.
SOLID WASTE: STAFF SOURCE STEPHEN GEISS, SOL ID WASTE D IRECTOR

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:utility, solid waste, and Utility

a
. Motion to amend the professional services contract with Arredondo, Zepeda, Brunz, LLC, Dal las Texas in the estimated amount not to exceed 70 ,000.00. This amendment is for additional services and is in accordance with the rates specified based on terms of the original agreement. The original agreement was for 1 48,980.00. AZ B, LLC, wil l assist the City in negotiations associated with the potential purchase of a landfi l l faci l ity, on an as needed basis . Funding is avai lable in the Solid Waste Fund for Fiscal Year 201 8-20 1 9 .

b . Consideration to renew contract number FY1 5-050 with MO-VAC, Environmental I nc . , McAl len, Texas in an amount up to 81 ,250 .00 for the transportation and disposal of leachate contaminated water for the Solid Waste Services Department. The frequency and number of loads vary depending on the City's need . The bid price is based on a per gal lon rate. The term of this contract shal l be for a period of one ( 1 ) year beg inn ing as of the date of its execution . There was no price increase during the last extension period . This is the fifth of six extension periods. Funding is avai lable in the Solid Waste Services Department fund.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, utility, solid waste, Utility, contract, hotel, transportation, services, water, environment, purchasing, and rates

58.
TAX: STAFF SOURCE DORA MALDONADO, TAX ASSESSOR COLLECTOR

a . Refund of property tax in the amount of 3,367.97 payable to Flemming May Hjorting due to an erroneous payment. Tax account 902-1 000 1 -080 .

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, property, and property tax

b.
Approving monthly adjustments to the tax rol l . The amounts adjusted for the month of June 20 1 9 represent a decrease of 1 9 ,31 3 .99 These adjustments are determined by the Webb County Appraisal D istrict and by court orders.

59 . UTILITIES: STAFF SOURCE RIAZU L MIA, UTI LITIES D IRECTOR

Tagged Passions:legal, taxes, Taxes, utility, Utility, and court

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a. 2019-R-105 Accepting the conveyance of an 8,020 sq.ft. tract of land (Drainage Easement 1 ), and a 6,205 sq. ft. tract of land (Drainage Easement 2) in the vicinity west of Interstate Highway 35 more or less, being out of Porcion 15, Jose Prudencia Garcia, Original Grantee, Abstract 53, Webb County, Texas and being out of Tract K-1, as recorded in Volume 540, Page 632, Webb County Plat Records to serve as drainage easements, the tracts of land are further described by boundary survey and metes and bounds in attached Exhibit A and a 20' (foot) temporary construction easement south of drainage to easement 1 and another 20' (foot) temporary construction easement will be located north of drainage easement 2, providing for an effecitve date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction, zoning, transportation, easement, and stormwater

b.
Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers for the award of a construction contract to the lowest responsible bidder, ALC Construction, Co. Inc., Laredo,Texas in the amount of 566,575.00 for the Utilities Department Materials Storage Canopy Improvements Project. The contract time is ninety (90) working days. Funding is available in the 2017 Sewer Revenue Bond.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, construction, sewer, utility, bond, Utility, contract, materials, administrator, and manager

c.
Consideration to renew contract FY19-021 with Tenoch Distribution, LLC, San Antonio, Texas in an semi-annual amount of up to 1,045,668.00 for the purchase of PVC pipe used by the Utilities Department. This is a six (6) month supply contract. There was no price increase during the last extension period. This is the first of six extension periods. These materials are purchased on an as needed basis for construction and repair projects. Funding is available in the Utilities Department budget.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, construction, budget, utility, Utility, contract, materials, and purchasing

d.
Consideration to renew contract FY14-070 with Gutierrez Machine Shop, Laredo, Texas in an amount up to 750,000.00 for professional welding services for the Utilities Department. The services requested include site repairs to various water and wastewater treatment plants, lift stations, and other municipal utility facilities. There was no price increase during the last extension period. The term of this contract shall be for a period of one (1) year beginning as of the date of its execution. This is the fifth of six extension periods. All services will be requested on an as needed basis. Funding is available in the Utilities Department Budget.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, sewer, budget, utility, Utility, contract, services, water, and plant

e.
Consideration to renew contract FY18-081 with Test America Laboratories, North Canton, Ohio in an amount of up to 350,000.00 to provide laboratory analytical services for water and wastewater samples in accordance to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved standard methods. Sample testing is done on a daily, monthly, and quarterly basis. The term of this contract shall be for a period of one (1) year beginning as of the date of its execution. There was no price increase during the last extension period. This is the first of two extension periods. Funding is available in the Utilities Department Budget, Water and Wastewater Treatment Divisions.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, sewer, budget, utility, Utility, contract, services, water, and environment

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f. Consideration to ratify the issuance of an emergency purchase order by the Co-Interim City Managers in the amount not to exceed 120,000.00 to BARCO Pump Company, Schertz, Texas for the rental of four (4) 12 inch submersible 140 HP pumps, (4) 10 inch by 8 inch diesel centrifugal pumps, associated HDPE suction pipe, discharge hose, manifold, and fittings for the El Pico Water Treatment Plant Raw Water Pump Station. Funding is available in the Water Works Construction Fund.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, construction, utility, Utility, emergency, water, purchasing, plant, rental, administrator, and manager

g.
Consideration to ratify the issuance of an emergency purchase order by the Co-Interim City Managers in the amount of 77,345.12 to Austin Armature Works, LP., Buda, Texas for the labor and parts to repair two (2) Fairbanks Morse 300 HP submersible pumps at the Jefferson Water Treatment Plant for the Utilities Department. Funding is available in the Water Works Operations Fund.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, utility, Utility, emergency, water, purchasing, plant, administrator, and manager

h.
Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to approve Amendment No.1 to the professional engineering services contract in the amount 36,500.00 to LNV, Inc. for the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA ) System and radio communication study for the water plants and water distribution system. The additional scope of work will be to perform a study that will identify the existing equipment, provide cost-effective recommendations for solutions for immediate, near, and long-term recommendations regarding the existing SCADA system. The total new contract price with approved amendment will be 84,500.00. Funding is available in the 2015 Water Revenue Bond.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, equipment, radio, utility, bond, Utility, contract, services, water, plant, communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

i.
Consideration to award annual service contract number FY19-080 to the following vendors:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract

1.
Rafter P. Transport Inc., Floresville, Texas in an amount up to 100,000.00 (Primary Vendor);

No additional detail provided

2.
Laredo Concrete Cutting Sandblasting, Laredo, Texas in an amount up to 75,000.00 (Secondary Vendor);

for the removal and disposal of dry sludge from the Jefferson El Pico Water Treatment Plants to the City of Laredo landfill. The frequency and number of loads vary depending on the City's need. When the primary vendor is unavailable for the pickup of sludge, the secondary vendor shall be contacted. The term of this contract shall be for a period of one (1) year beginning as of the date of its execution. This contract has three extension periods. Funding is available in the Utilities Department - Water Treatment Division Budget.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, landfill, utility, solid waste, Utility, contract, water, and plant

j.
Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to approve Change Order 3 to Summit Building Design, Laredo,Texas in the amount of 35,000.00 and additional contract time of 84 calendar days to the contract for the Utilities Department Administration Building Expansion Project. This change order is to repaint all existing rooms and offices of existing building. The new contract sum amounts to 1,306,236.70, and new contract period is 315 calendar days. Funding is available in the Sewer 2017

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, sewer, expansion, utility, Utility, contract, administrator, and manager

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Revenue Bond.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:bond

k.
Authorizing the Co-Interim City Managers to award a professional engineering contract to Garver USA in the amount of 1,018,423.00. This contract will provide a comprehensive and detailed hydraulic study of the raw water delivery system, the intermediate pump station and the high service pump station with design alternatives for corrective action at each station. The engineering services includes 3D scanning to validate as-built dimensions, computational fluid dynamics analysis, hydraulic scale modeling, alternative evaluation of pump capacity and type, and the necessary mechanical and electrical evaluation. Funding is available in the Water Construction Fund.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, construction, utility, Utility, contract, services, water, administrator, and manager

END OF CONSENT AGENDA

XI.
STAFF REPORTS

60. Discussion with possible action on ongoing audits and/or irregularities identified by the Internal Auditor including the potential assignment of other and/or additional auditing duties; and any other matters incident thereto. 61. Introduction of the selection by the Co-Interim City Managers of Teclo J. Garcia as the Economic Development Director of the Economic Development Department. 62. Discussion with possible action on the Elite Employment Services Contract Compliance Audit Report follow-up and any other matters incident thereto.

Tagged Passions:economic development, development, contract, services, employment, Development, administrator, compliance, manager, audit, and selection

63.
Staff Report regarding the Laredo Sports Complex Project and request for proposals (RFP) process status, with possible action.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and sports

64.
Presentation on Water Sewer rate change for multifamily and condominiums water customers from commercial to residentical rates, with possible action.

65. Discussion with possible action to request to enter into negotiations with World Free Trade Plaza of America, Inc. as it relates to the Former Mercy Hospital and to consider some economic incentives which include tax abatements and infrastructure improvements.

Tagged Passions:sewer, hospital, taxes, Taxes, utility, Utility, water, healthcare, abatement, commercial, trade, rates, and incentive

XII.
EXECUTIVE SESSION

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

Tagged Passions:council, legal, and property

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Donations), 551.074 (Personnel Matters) , 551.076 (Deliberations about Security Devices), and/or 551.086 (Economic Development). Following closed session, the open meeting will reconvene at which time action, if any, may be taken.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:economic development, donation, security, development, personnel, Donation, and Development

66.
Request for Executive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.072 to consult with City Attorney relating to negotiations with Regional Land Management Services, Ltd., owners of real property known as the Ponderosa Regional Landfill , in connection with long term landfill options for the City of Laredo, and to return to open session for possible action.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal, landfill, solid waste, services, and property

XIII.
RECESS AS THE LAREDO CITY COUNCIL AND CONVENE AS THE LAREDO MASS TRANSIT BOARD

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council

XIV.
ADJOURN AS THE LAREDO MASS TRANSIT BOARD AND RECONVENE AS THE LAREDO CITY COUNCIL

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council

67.
GENERAL COUNCIL DISCUSSIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

A. Request by Council Member Vidal Rodriguez 1. Discussion with possible action to instruct the Co-Interim City Managers to authorize staff to install speed humps under the Special Provision of the Speed Hump Installation Policy, and to authorize the use of asphalt type speed humps, instead of a speed cushion, which is currently required under the policy; and any matters incident thereto. City Council District II Priority Funds will be used for this project. a. (1) One Speed hump on the 2400 block of San Salvador 2. Discussion with possible action to discuss the viability of the Zacatecas road extension project; and any matters incident thereto. 3. Discussion with possible action to co-sponsor Miller Lite Conciertos 2019 at Unitrade on October 18, 2019; and any matters incident thereto.

Tagged Passions:funding, council, streets, administrator, manager, and policy

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B. Request by Council Member Mercurio Martinez, Ill

1. Discussion with possible action to instruct the Co-Interim City Managers to authorize staff to install speed humps under the Special Provision of the Speed Hump Installation Policy, and to authorize the use of asphalt type speed humps, instead of a speed cushion, which is currently required under the policy; and any matters incident thereto. City Council District Ill Priority Funds will be used for this project. a. (1) One Speed hump on the 2400 block of Lane Street 2. Discussion with possible action to direct Co-Interim City Managers to provide a value engineered report for the Manadas Creek Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) before the City goes out for bids; and any matters incident thereto. 3. Discussion with possible action to include sidewalks on the 1100 block of E. Musser Street along the intersection of Mc Clelland and Musser; and any matters incident thereto. District Ill Priority Funds will be used for this project. C. Request by Council Member George Altgelt 1. Discussion with possible action regarding the high number of accidents on IH-35 and Mann Road exit ramp; and any matters incident thereto . D. Request by Mayor Pro-Tempore Roberto Balli 1. Discussion with possible action on a downtown security plan; and any matters incident thereto. E. Request by Council Member Rudy Gonzalez, Jr. 1. Discussion with possible action to upgrade playgrounds at Independence Park and Cielito Lindo Park; and any matters incident thereto.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, council, streets, utility, security, Utility, downtown, water, plant, parks, administrator, manager, policy, and Pedestrian

XV.
ADJOURN

This notice was posted at the Municipal Government Offices, 1110 Houston Street, Laredo, Texas, at a place convenient and readily accessible to the public at all times. Said notice was posted on Wednesday, July 31, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.

Tagged Passions:streets

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