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I T Y C O U N C I L 1520 K Avenue, Plano, Texas 75074

Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers DATE: September 9, 2019

CALL TO ORDER

INVOCATION: Pastor Julian McMillian - Grace Outreach Center

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PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE / TEXAS PLEDGE: Girl Scout Troop 4583

OUR MISSION - THE CITY OF PLANO IS A REGIONAL AND NATIONAL LEADER, PROVIDING OUTSTANDING SERVICES AND FACILITIES THROUGH COOPERATIVE EFFORTS THAT ENGAGE OUR CITIZENS AND THAT CONTRIBUTE TO THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN OUR COMMUNITY. The City Council may convene into Executive Session to discuss posted items in the regular meeting as allowed by law. PROCLAMATIONS AND SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS
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Special Recognition: The Plano Citizens Academy Class recently completed the necessary courses for graduation.

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Proclamation: September 20 - 22, 2019 is the 40th In Touch Credit Union Plano Balloon Festival.

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Proclamation: September is National Preparedness Month.

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COMMENTS OF PUBLIC INTEREST

This portion of the meeting is to allow up to three (3) minutes per speaker with thirty (30) total minutes on items of interest or concern and not on items that are on the current agenda. The Council may not discuss these items, but may respond with factual or policy information. The Council may choose to place the item on a future agenda. CITY COUNCIL - Monday, September 9, 2019 CONSENT AGENDA The Consent Agenda will be acted upon in one motion and contains items which are routine and typically noncontroversial. Items may be removed from this agenda for individual discussion by a Council Member, the City Manager or any citizen. The Presiding Officer will establish time limits based upon the number of speaker requests.
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Approval of Minutes

(a) August 12, 2019 August 17, 2019 August 26, 2019

Approval of Expenditures

Award/Rejection of Bid/Proposal: (Purchase of products/services through formal procurement process by this agency)

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(b) RFP No. 2019-0058-B for a one (1) year contract with four (4) City optional one-year maintenance renewals for a Digital Recording Solution to be utilized by Public Safety Communications to Dictation Sales Service, Inc. dba Equature, in the initial purchase amount of 263,540 and an estimated total annual maintenance amount of 53,476, for a total estimated amount of 317,016; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.

(c) RFB No. 2019-0599-B for one (1) Concrete Truck for Fleet Services to be utilized by Utility Cut Services to Premier Truck Group in the amount of 145,966; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
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(d) RFB No. 2019-0597-B for two (2) Haul Trucks for Fleet Services to be utilized by Utility District 1 to Industrial Power Truck and Equipment in the amount of 163,339; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.

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(e) RFB No. 2019-0558-B for Pickup Trucks for Fleet Services to be utilized by various departments to Four Stars DCJR for eight (8) pickup trucks in the amount of 189,120, to Bossier Chrysler Dodge for one (1) pickup truck in the amount of 23,105, and to Caldwell Country Automotive for two (2) pickup trucks in the amount of 55,450, for a total amount of 267,675; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.

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(f) RFB No. 2019-0600-B for two (2) Grapple Trucks for Fleet Services to be utilized by Special Waste to Industrial Power Truck and Equipment in the amount of 360,909; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.

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(g) RFB No. 2019-0594-B for Dump Body Pickup Trucks for Fleet Services to be utilized by various departments to Reliable Chevrolet for six (6) dump body pickup trucks in the amount of 265,014, to Randall Reed's Prestige Ford for seven (7) dump body pickup trucks in the amount of 389,500, and to Caldwell Country Automotive for one (1) platform body pickup truck with stake sides in the amount of 35,875, for a total amount of 690,389; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.

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Purchase from an Existing Contract

(h) To approve the purchase of an Archiving Interface Server (AIS) for a one (1) year contract with four (4) City optional one-year maintenance renewals to be utilized by Public Safety Communications in the initial purchase amount of 146,682 and an estimated total annual maintenance amount of 48,445, for a total estimated amount of 195,127, from Motorola Solutions, Inc. through an existing contract; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (HGAC RA05-18) (i) To approve the purchase of three (3) Portable Camera Towers in the amount of 73,860 from Wireless CCTV, twelve (12) cameras from STS360 in the amount of 32,421, and three (3) wireless routers from CDW-G in the amount of 7,063 for the Police Department through existing contracts; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (GSA Contract GS-07-F-031DA, City of Plano Contract 2014-0139-C, and National IPA Contract 2018011-01)

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Approval of Contract Modification

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(j) To approve an increase to the current awarded contract amount of 692,335 by 134,193, for a total contract amount of 826,528, for Professional Consulting Services for Design of Private Fiber Network from Capco Communications, Inc. for the Technology Services Department; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Contract No. 2017-0092-X; Modification No. 1)

(k) To approve the terms and conditions of the First Amendment to the original Interlocal Agreement with the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) for property transactions to revise the land size for the Los Rios Tract; authorizing the execution by the City Manager; and providing an effective date.

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Approval of Expenditure

(l) To approve an expenditure for a Professional Engineering Services Agreement for AWIA Risk and Resilience Assessment and Emergency Response Plan in the amount of 215,600 from Freese and Nichols, Inc. for the Public Works Department; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (m) To approve an expenditure for Ordinance Amendments in the amount of 100,000 from Cooper Consulting Company, Inc. for the Planning Department; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (n) To approve an expenditure for the 777 E. 15th Street Renovations in the amount of 3,869,791 from Balfour Beatty Construction, LLC; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (o) To approve an expenditure for the High Point Tennis Center Renovations in the amount of 5,627,553 from Pogue Construction Co., LP; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. CITY COUNCIL - Monday, September 9, 2019
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Approval of Contract / Agreement

(p) To approve an Interlocal Agreement by and between the City of Plano, Texas, and the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) in the amount of 54,189 for the acquisition of 2019 digital orthophotography and/or data for Technology Services; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (q) To approve an Interlocal Agreement by and between the City of Plano and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) for the implementation of a Transit Signal Priority (TSP) Pilot Program on certain bus routes in the City; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
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Adoption of Resolutions

(r) To approve the continued receipt of bingo prize funds collected after January 1, 2020; and providing an effective date. (s) To authorize the City of Plano to participate in and receive funding through the Texas Highway Traffic Safety Program for the Intersection Traffic Control Project, PIN 17560006409000, targeting intersections regulated by a signal light; authorizing the City Manager or his authorized designee to execute the grant agreement and any other documents necessary to effectuate the action taken; and providing an effective date. (t) To approve the terms and conditions of an Interlocal Agreement by and between the City of Plano, Texas and the Frisco Independent School District for the operation of the Police/School Resource Officer Program; authorizing its execution by the City Manager; and providing an effective date. (u) To approve the Investment Portfolio Summary for the quarter ended June 30, 2019 and providing an effective date.
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Adoption of Ordinances

(v) To approve a negotiated settlement between the Atmos Cities Steering Committee ( ACSC ) and Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Division ( Atmos Mid-Tex or Company ) regarding the Company s 2019 Rate Review Mechanism ( RRM ) filing; declaring existing rates to be unreasonable; adopting tariffs that reflect rate adjustments consistent with the negotiated settlement; finding the rates to be set by the attached settlement tariffs to be just and reasonable and in the public interest; approving an attached exhibit establishing a benchmark for pensions and retiree medical benefits; approving an attached exhibit regarding amortization of regulatory liability; requiring the Company to reimburse ACSC s reasonable ratemaking expenses; determining that this Ordinance was passed in accordance with the requirements of the Texas Open Meetings Act; adopting a savings clause; declaring an effective date; and agreeing that City will deliver this Ordinance to the Company and the ACSC s legal counsel.
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ITEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION:

Public Hearing Items: Applicants are limited to fifteen (15) minutes presentation time with a five (5) minute rebuttal, if needed. Remaining speakers are limited to thirty (30) total CITY COUNCIL - Monday, September 9, 2019
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minutes of testimony time, with three (3) minutes assigned per speaker. The Presiding Officer may amend these times as deemed necessary.

Non-Public Hearing Items: The Presiding Officer will permit public comment for items on the agenda not posted for a Public Hearing. The Presiding Officer will establish time limits based upon the number of speaker requests, length of the agenda, and to ensure meeting efficiency, and may include a cumulative time limit. Speakers will be called in the order cards are received until the cumulative time is exhausted. (1) Public Hearing and consideration of an Ordinance as requested in Zoning Case 2019- 004 to amend the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the City, Ordinance No. 2015- 5-2, as heretofore amended, so as to amend Planned Development-32-Regional Commercial on 46.1 acres of land located at the southwest corner of State Highway 121 and Rasor Boulevard, in the City of Plano, Collin County, Texas, in order to modify development standards; directing a change accordingly in the official zoning map of the City; and providing a penalty clause, a repealer clause, a savings clause, a severability clause, a publication clause, and an effective date. Applicant: Perfect Land Development, LLC (2) Consideration of an Ordinance to approve and adopt the Operating Budget and set the appropriations for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2019, and terminating September 30, 2020; and providing an effective date. (Public Hearings held on August 12, 2019 and August 17, 2019.) (3) Consideration of an Ordinance to approve and adopt the Community Investment Program and set the appropriations for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2019, and ending September 30, 2020; and providing an effective date. (Public Hearings held on August 12, 2019 and August 17, 2019.) (4) Consideration of an Ordinance to approve and adopt the Tax Rate for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2019 and terminating September 30, 2020, and providing an effective date. (Public Hearing held on August 26, 2019.) (5) Consideration of an Ordinance to ratify the property tax revenue in the 2019-20 Budget as a result of the City receiving more revenues from property taxes in the 2019-20 Budget than in the previous fiscal year; and providing an effective date. (Public Hearing held on August 26, 2019.) Municipal Center is wheelchair accessible. A sloped curb entry is available at the main entrance facing Municipal/L Avenue, with specially marked parking spaces nearby. Access and special parking are also available on the north side of the building. The Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers is accessible by elevator to the lower level. Requests for sign interpreters or special services must be received forty-eight (48) hours prior to the meeting time by calling the City Secretary at 972-941-7120. CITY COUNCIL - Monday, September 9, 2019
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CITY OF PLANO COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

Department: Proclamations Department Head: Agenda Coordinator: CAPTION
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Special Recognition: The Plano Citizens Academy Class recently completed the necessary courses for graduation.

FINANCIAL SUMMARY FUND(S): COMMENTS:
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SUMMARY OF ITEM

Strategic Plan Goal: Plano Tomorrow Plan Pillar:
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CITY OF PLANO COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

Department: Proclamations Department Head: Agenda Coordinator: CAPTION
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Proclamation: September 20 - 22, 2019 is the 40th In Touch Credit Union Plano Balloon Festival.

FINANCIAL SUMMARY FUND(S): COMMENTS:
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SUMMARY OF ITEM

Strategic Plan Goal: Plano Tomorrow Plan Pillar:
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CITY OF PLANO COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

Department: Proclamations Department Head: Agenda Coordinator: CAPTION
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Proclamation: September is National Preparedness Month.

FINANCIAL SUMMARY FUND(S): COMMENTS:
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SUMMARY OF ITEM

Strategic Plan Goal: Plano Tomorrow Plan Pillar:
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CITY OF PLANO COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

Department: City Secretary Department Head: Lisa Henderson Agenda Coordinator: Lisa Henderson CAPTION

August 12, 2019 August 17, 2019 August 26, 2019

FINANCIAL SUMMARY Not Applicable FUND(S): n/a COMMENTS:
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SUMMARY OF ITEM

Strategic Plan Goal:
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Financially Strong City with Service Excellence, Partnering for Community Benefit

Plano Tomorrow Plan Pillar: Regionalism

ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Preliminary Meeting Minutes 8/12/19 9/4/2019 Minutes Regular Session Minutes 8/12/19 9/4/2019 Minutes

Work Session Minutes 8/17/19 9/4/2019 Minutes Preliminary Meeting Minutes 8/26/19 9/4/2019 Minutes Regular Session Minutes 8/26/19 9/4/2019 Minutes

PLANO CITY COUNCIL PRELIMINARY OPEN MEETING COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT Rick Smith, Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Ricciardelli, Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Maria Tu Rick Grady Kayci Prince Shelby Williams Lily Bao COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT Harry LaRosiliere, Mayor STAFF PRESENT Mark Israelson, City Manager Jack Carr, Deputy City Manager Shelli Siemer, Deputy City Manager Greg Rushin, Interim Deputy City Manager
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Paige Mims, City Attorney

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Lisa C. Henderson, City Secretary

Mayor Pro Tem Smith called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m., Monday, August 12, 2019, in the Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers of the Municipal Center, 1520 K Avenue. A quorum was present. Mayor Pro Tem Smith then stated that the Council would retire into Executive Session, in Training Room A, in compliance with Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernon s Texas Codes Annotated in order to consult with an attorney and receive Legal Advice and discuss Litigation, Section 551.071; to receive information regarding Economic Development, Section 551.087; to discuss Personnel, Section 551.074; and to discuss Security Matters, Section 551.076; for which a certified agenda will be kept in the office of the City Secretary for a period of two years as required. Mayor Pro Tem Smith reconvened the meeting back into the Preliminary Open Meeting at 7:01 p.m. in the Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers. Consideration and action resulting from Executive Session discussion Personnel Reappointments
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a) Building Standards Commission

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b) Heritage Commission

This item was not discussed Discussion and direction re: Extension of Line of Duty Leave, Police Officer Allen Klark - This item was discussed during the regular meeting.
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Comprehensive Monthly Financial Report - June 2019 This item was not discussed.

Hotel/Motel Inspection Presentation This item was not discussed. Republic Services Recycling Processing Contract Presentation This item was presented during the regular meeting in conjunction with Consent Item J .

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Legislative Update This item was not discussed.

Consideration of 2020 City Council Meeting Dates This item was discussed during the regular meeting.

Consent and Regular Agendas This item was not discussed. Plano City Council

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With no further discussion, the Preliminary Open Meeting was adjourned at 7:01 p.m.

____________________________________ Rick Smith, MAYOR PRO TEM ATTEST: _________________________________

Lisa C. Henderson, City Secretary

PLANO CITY COUNCIL
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REGULAR SESSION

COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT Rick Smith, Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Ricciardelli, Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Maria Tu Rick Grady Kayci Prince Shelby Williams Lily Bao COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT Harry LaRosiliere, Mayor STAFF PRESENT Mark Israelson, City Manager Jack Carr, Deputy City Manager Shelli Siemer, Deputy City Manager Greg Rushin, Interim Deputy City Manager
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Paige Mims, City Attorney

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Lisa C. Henderson, City Secretary

Mayor Pro Tem Smith convened the Council into the Regular Session on Monday, Municipal Center, 1520 K Avenue. A quorum was present. Invocation and Pledge
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Rabbi Block with Chabad of Plano/Collin County led the invocation and Council Member

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Williams led the Pledge of Allegiance and Texas Pledge.

Proclamations and Special Recognitions Presentation: Plano Fire-Rescue has received the American Heart Association s Mission: Lifeline Gold Plus Achievement Award for implementing quality improvement measures outlined for the
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treatment of patients who suffer severe heart attacks.

Proclamation: August 2019 marks the 25th anniversary of the opening of the City of Plano Day Labor

Center.

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Comments of Public Interest

Richard Howe spoke to utility bill education to save money and increase conservation. Matt Dixon spoke to traffic matters. Plano City Council Regular Session Page 2 Consent Agenda MOTION: Upon a motion made by Council Member Grady and seconded by Council Member Prince, the Council voted 7-0, to approve all items on the Consent Agenda, with the exception of Item J and Item O; as follows:
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Approval of Minutes

August 1, 2019 Grant Work Session

(Consent Agenda Item A )

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Approval of Expenditures

Award/Rejection of Bid/Proposal: (Purchase of products/services through formal procurement

process by this agency)
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RFP No. 2019-0141-C for a three (3) year contract with two (2) City optional one-year renewals for

No additional detail provided

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Ancillary Benefits and Services for Human Resources to American United Life Insurance Company

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(OneAmerica) in the estimated annual amount of 1,182,815; and authorizing the City Manager to

execute all necessary documents. (Consent Agenda Item B )
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RFP No. 2019-0021-B for a five (5) year term for a Wireless Local Area Network Solution to include

support and maintenance for Technology Services to NetSync Network Solutions, Inc. in the estimated amount of 166,417; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Consent Agenda Item C )

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RFB No. 2019-0384-C for a one (1) year contract with four (4) City optional one year renewals for

Preformed Thermoplastic Pavement Markings and Sealer for Public Works to Ennis-Flint, Inc. in the estimated annual amount of 104,455; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary

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documents. (Consent Agenda Item D )

RFB No. 2019-0411-B for the Engineering Suite Remodel to Criterion Contractors, Inc. in the

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amount of 117,475; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Consent

Agenda Item E )
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Purchase from an Existing Contract

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To approve the purchase of Vehicle Routers (Sierra Wireless Mobile Routers, Shark Fin Antennas,

and Accessories) for Technology Services to be utilized by various departments in the amount of
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620,158 from CDW-G through an existing contract; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all

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necessary documents. (NIPA Contract No. 2018011-01) (Consent Agenda Item F )

Plano City Council Regular Session Page 3

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To approve the purchase of Vehicle Laptops (Getac Mobile Data Computers, Docking Stations, and

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Accessories) for Technology Services to be utilized by various departments in the amount of

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1,071,035 from Data Source Mobility (DSM) through an existing contract; and authorizing the City

Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Texas Department of Information Resources Contract
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No. DIR-TSO-4075) (Consent Agenda Item G )

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To approve the purchase of Furnishing and Installation of Pavement Marking Material for a one (1)

year contract with four (4) City optional one-year renewals for Public Works Department in the estimated annual amount of 775,000 from A M Maintenance Services, Inc. through an existing contract; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (City of Richardson
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Contract No. 58-19) (Consent Agenda Item H )

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To approve the purchase of Engineering Suite Furniture Replacement in the amount of 172,522 from

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Texas Furniture Source, Inc. through an existing contract; and authorizing the City Manager to

execute all necessary documents. (Omnia Partners Contract No. R142208, Omnia Partners Contract
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No. R142217, PISD Contract No. 2016-084, TXMAS Contract No. TXMAS-19-7101) (Consent

Agenda Item I )

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Approval of Contract Modification

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To approve an increase to the current awarded contract amount of 46,710 by 16,243, for a total

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contract amount of 62,953, for Park Forest North Russell Creek Water Rehabilitation, Project No.

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6842, from Alliance Geotechnical Group, Inc. for the Engineering Department; and authorizing the

City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Contract No. 2018-0475-X; Modification No. 1)

(Consent Agenda Item K )

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Approval of Change Order

To approve an increase to the current awarded contract amount of 1,577,973 by 56,385, for a total

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contract amount of 1,656,937, for Peachtree and Laurel Lane 18-Inch Sanitary Sewer Interceptor,

Project No. 6809, from Wilson Contractor Services, LLC for the Engineering Department; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Contract No. 2018-0372-B; Change Order No. 2) (Consent Agenda Item L )

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To approve an increase to the current awarded contract amount of 729,974 by 70,063, for a total

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contract amount of 800,037, for Erosion Control - 2105, 2109, 2113 Briarcreek Lane, Project No.

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6837, from Davis Construction, Inc. dba DCI Contracting, Inc. for the Engineering Department; and

authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Contract No. 2018-0334-B; Change Order No. 1) (Consent Agenda Item M )
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Approval of Expenditure

To approve an expenditure for Professional Engineering Services for Screening Walls - Red Wolf Ln

and 15th St, Project No. 7134, in the amount of 248,190 from JQ Infrastructure, LLC for the
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Engineering Department; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.

(Consent Agenda Item N ) Plano City Council Regular Session Page 4

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Approval of Contract / Agreement

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To approve an Economic Development Incentive Agreement between the City of Plano, Texas, and

Masergy Communications, Inc., a Delaware corporation ( Company ), providing an economic development grant to the Company; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary
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documents. (Consent Agenda Item O ) Moved to the August 26, 2019 Council Meeting.

To approve an Economic Development Incentive Agreement between the City of Plano, Texas, and

Reata Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a Delaware corporation ( Company ), providing an economic development grant to the Company; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary
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documents. (Consent Agenda Item P )

To approve the terms and conditions of an Economic Development Incentive Agreement for Tax

Rebate for calendar years 2022-2032 by and between Reata Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a Delaware

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corporation, and the City of Plano, Texas, authorizing its execution by the City Manager, and

providing an effective date. (Consent Agenda Item Q )
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Adoption of Resolutions

Resolution No. 2019-8-1(R): To authorize the filing of application for federal funds in an amount

not to exceed 251,091.89 under the Fiscal Year 2019 Homeland Security Grant Program through the
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Office of the Governor of Texas; designating the Director of Emergency Management as authorized

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representative of the City of Plano for the purpose of giving required assurances and acting in

connection with said application and providing required information; and declaring an effective date. (Consent Agenda Item R )

END OF CONSENT

To approve the terms and conditions of a Second Amendment to Contract between City of Plano and

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Allied Waste Systems, Inc. for Residential Recycling Processing Services, authorizing its execution

by the City Manager; and providing an effective date. (Consent Agenda Item J ) MOTION: Upon a motion made by Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Ricciardelli and seconded by Council Member Prince, the Council voted 7-0, to approve the terms and conditions of a Second
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Amendment to Contract between City of Plano and Allied Waste Systems, Inc. for Residential

Recycling Processing Services, authorizing its execution by the City Manager. Plano City Council Regular Session Page 5

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Public Hearing and adoption of Ordinance No. 2019-8-2 as requested in Zoning Case 2019-010 to

amend the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the City, Ordinance No. 2015-5-2, as heretofore amended, granting Specific Use Permit No. 116 for Arcade on 0.1 acre of land located 71 feet west of Custer Road and 166 feet south of Parker Road, in the City of Plano, Collin County, Texas, presently zoned Planned Development-90-Retail; directing a change accordingly in the official zoning map of the City; and providing a penalty clause, a repealer clause, a savings clause, a severability clause, a publication clause, and an effective date. Applicant: Custer Park Partners, LLC (Regular Agenda Item 1 ) Mayor Pro Tem Smith opened the public hearing. No one appeared to speak. Mayor Pro Tem
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Smith closed the public hearing.

MOTION: Upon a motion made by Council Member Grady and seconded by Council
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Member WIlliams, the Council voted 7-0, to amend the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the

City, Ordinance No. 2015-5-2, as heretofore amended, granting Specific Use Permit No. 116 for
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Arcade on 0.1 acre of land located 71 feet west of Custer Road and 166 feet south of Parker Road, in

the City of Plano, Collin County, Texas, presently zoned Planned Development-90-Retail; as requested in Zoning Case No. 2019-010; and further to adopt Ordinance No. 2019-8-2.
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Public Hearing and adoption of Ordinance No. 2019-8-3 as requested in Zoning Case 2019-005

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to amend the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the City, Ordinance No. 2015-5-2, as heretofore

amended, amending Specific Use Permit No. 550 for Day Care Center and granting Specific Use
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Permit No. 551 for Private School on 7.5 acres located at the southeast corner of Legacy Drive and

Ohio Drive in the City of Plano, Collin County, Texas, presently zoned Single-Family Residence-7 with Specific Use Permit No. 550 for Day Care Center; directing a change accordingly in the official zoning map of the City; and providing a penalty clause, a repealer clause, a savings clause, a severability clause, a publication clause, and an effective date. Applicant: Montessori New

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Beginnings Academy, Inc. (Tabled at July 22, 2019, City Council meeting.) (Regular Agenda Item

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) Mayor Pro Tem Smith opened the public hearing. Ian Mattingly, Bill Dahlstrom, and Lauren

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Lackey, representing the applicant, spoke to the project.

Speakers in opposition of the project Kelly Hoodwin, Denise Jordon, Min Luo, Jessie Chu, Dong Xiao, Yi Zhu, Andrew Hoodwin, Jack Liu, Joy Lui, Jeff Cassell, William Te, Carrie Weicherding, Paul Guam, Bruce Xiong, Hua Chai, and Matthew Dixon. Speakers in support of the project Glenn Furth, John Bernard, Anum Khan, Sheila Cooper, Michael Sullivan, Sally Pabin, Julie Fitzgibbons, Beth Tuttle, Julie Finley, Karith Foster, Ayan Khan, Scott Swindell, Margaret Daniels Tyler, Hanson Du, Mark Pabin, and Rebecca Bernard spoke in support of the project. Mayor Pro Tem Smith closed the public hearing. In addition to the speakers individuals registered opinions 5 in support, 2 in opposition. Plano City Council Regular Session Page 6
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Public Hearing and adoption of Ordinance No. 2019-8-3(Cont d.)

The council convened into executive session at 10:04 p.m. and reconvened into open session at 10:29 p.m.
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MOTION: A motion made by Council Member Prince to approve the Specific Use Permit

with the stipulations recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission with the exception of limiting the number of students to 28 failed for lack of second. MOTION: Upon a motion made by Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Ricciardelli and seconded by Council Member Tu, the Council voted 4-3, with Council Members Grady, Prince, and Williams in opposition, to amend Specific Use Permit 550 and grant Specific Use Permit 551 as recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission stipulating a maximum of 28 students with an expiration
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date of May 31, 2020 at which time Specific Use Permit 550 rolls back to the original use. Motion

failed due to lack of super majority vote.

MOTION: Upon a motion made by Council Member Williams and seconded by Council
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Member Grady, the Council voted 3-4, with Mayor Pro Tem Smith, Deputy Mayor Pro Tem

Ricciardelli, and Council Members Tu and Bao in opposition, to amend Specific Use Permit No. 550 for Day Care Center and granting Specific Use Permit No. 551 for Private School on 7.5 acres located
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at the southeast corner of Legacy Drive and Ohio Drive in the City of Plano, Collin County, Texas,

presently zoned Single-Family Residence-7 with Specific Use Permit No. 550 for Day Care Center.
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Motion failed.

MOTION: Upon a motion made by Mayor Pro Tem Smith and seconded by Council
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Member Williams, the Council voted 6-1, with Council Member Grady in opposition, to amend

Specific Use Permit 550 and grant Specific Use Permit 551 as recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission with an expiration date of May 31, 2020 at which time Specific Use Permit 550 rolls back to the original use; as requested in Zoning Case No. 2019-10; and further to adopt Ordinance No. 2019-8-3. Public Hearing on the FY 2019-20 Recommended Budget and the FY 2019-20 Proposed
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Community Investment Program (CIP). (Regular Agenda Item 3 )

Mayor Pro Tem Smith opened the public hearing.

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Community Grant Funding - The Turning Point

In support of funding: Rachel Mailman, Anthony Lo, Valor McKinney, Cara Prentice, Judy Dishong, Kristin Mays, Tiffany Pearl Lewis, Angela Wilkenson, Julia Leary, Tom Adair, Christina Coultas, Amanda Massengale, Haleh Cochran, David Hansen, Tom Adair, Sarah Mitchell, Miles Selvidge, Shannon Kmak, Vanessa Baum, John Stafford, Kellie Lander Funding of Bike Trails

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In opposition to funding: Kathleen Nilforoushan and Brian Forbes

In support of funding: John Stafford and Warren Casteel Council took a brief recess at 12:11 a.m. and reconvened at 12:18 a.m. Plano City Council Regular Session Page 7 Public Hearing on the FY 2019-20 Recommended Budget and the FY 2019-20 Proposed

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Community Investment Program (CIP) (Cont d.)

Mayor Pro Tem Smith closed the public hearing. Discussion and direction re: Extension of Line of Duty Leave, Police Officer Allen Klark

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(Preliminary Open Meeting Item II.)

MOTION: Upon a motion made by Council Member Prince and seconded by Deputy
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Mayor Pro Tem Ricciardelli, the Council voted 7-0, to extend the Line of Duty Leave for Police

Officer Allen Klark up to 1 year.

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Consideration of 2020 City Council Meeting Dates (Preliminary Open Meeting Item VII.)

MOTION: Upon a motion made by Council Member Grady and seconded by Deputy

Mayor Pro Tem Ricciardelli, the Council voted 7-0, to amend the 2020 City Council Meeting dates

as requested by City Manager Israelson. Discussion and Direction regarding Proposed Ad Valorem Tax Rate. Council approved 44.82

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tax rate per 100 of appraised value and will hold one public hearing at Council meeting on

August 26, 2019. (Regular Agenda Item 4 ) MOTION: Upon a motion made by Council Member Grady and seconded by Council
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Member Bao, the Council voted 7-0, to set the not to exceed tax rate at .4482 per 100 of appraised

value. MOTION: Upon a motion made by Council Member Williams and seconded by Council
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Member Bao, the Council voted 7-0, to hold a public hearing on August 26, 2019 and not hold the

hearing tentatively scheduled for September 4, 2019. Resolution No. 2019-8-4(R): To accept the Certified Appraisal Rolls for Fiscal Year 2019-20 for
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Collin County and Denton County; and providing an effective date. (Regular Agenda Item 5 )

MOTION: Upon a motion made by Council Member Prince and seconded by Council

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Member Williams, the Council voted 7-0, to accept the Certified Appraisal Rolls for Fiscal Year

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2019-20 for Collin County and Denton County; and further to adopt Resolution No. 2019-8-4(R).

Discussion of the Proposed FY 2019-20 Community Investment Program. (Regular Agenda Item

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6
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With no further discussion, the Regular City Council Meeting adjourned at 1:49 a.m.

____________________________________ Rick Smith, MAYOR PRO TEM ATTEST: _________________________________

Lisa C. Henderson, City Secretary

PLANO CITY COUNCIL Work Session COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT Harry LaRosiliere, Mayor Rick Smith, Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Ricciardelli, Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Maria Tu Rick Grady Kayci Prince Shelby Williams Lily Bao STAFF PRESENT Mark Israelson, City Manager Jack Carr, Deputy City Manager Shelli Siemer, Deputy City Manager Greg Rushin, Interim Deputy City Manager
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Paige Mims, City Attorney

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Lisa C. Henderson, City Secretary

Mayor LaRosiliere called the meeting to order at 8:01 a.m., Saturday, August 17, 2019, in the Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers of the Municipal Center, 1520 K Avenue. A quorum was present.

Council Items and Issues for Discussion (Item D)

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1.
Discussion and direction regarding Community Service Grants Turning Point Council expressed concurrence to fund the grant for The Turning Point Rape Crisis Center

reimbursing the program for counselling expenditures. Mayor LaRosiliere opened public input for this item. Dan Chandler and Charles Hogge spoke in opposition to the funding. Courtney Underwood and David Moore spoke in support of the funding. Mayor LaRosiliere closed the public input. In

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addition to the speakers, 203 individuals registered opinions in support of the funding and two in

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opposition of the funding.

Council took a brief recess at 8:49 a.m. and reconvened at 9:01 a.m. Request for Public Input on Budget CIP (Item B) Mayor LaRosiliere opened the public input. Mina Saifi, David Baker, Carol Mui, and Effie
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Saifi objected to funding trail expansion through the Community Investment Program. John Stafford

spoke in support of funding trail expansion through the Community Investment Program. Mayor

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LaRosiliere closed the public input. In addition to the speakers, 76 individuals registered opinions in

opposition of funding trail expansion.

Plano City Council Work Session Page 2 Budget Work Session Overview (Item C)
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Council Items and Issues for Discussion (Item D)

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2.
Great Update Rebate for Small Businesses Council expressed concurrence to look into options to provide incentives or benefits to small businesses.

No additional detail provided

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3.
Use of Sales Tax for Consultants Council expressed concurrence to fund up to 1,000,000 from sales tax collections over the estimated sales tax revenues for a consultant

No additional detail provided

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to update the comprehensive plan.

Operating Budget (Item E)
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1.
Revenues a. Ad Valorem Tax Base b. Tax Rate a. Effective Tax Rate

No additional detail provided

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b.
Rollback Tax Rate

No additional detail provided

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c.
Tax Rate Dashboard Update

No additional detail provided

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c.
Sales Tax

Council took a brief recess at 10:23 a.m. and reconvened at 10:32 a.m.

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d.
Water Sewer Rates

No additional detail provided

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a.
Proposed Water Rate Increase

No additional detail provided

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e.
Golf Fee Increase

No additional detail provided

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2.
Program Changes

No additional detail provided

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a.
Salary Benefits Overview b. Additional Festival Discussion Council expressed concurrence to bring a

future agenda item evaluating an additional festival for Texas Independence Day.

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c.
Three-year Financial Forecast General Fund

Council took a brief recess at 11:30 a.m. and reconvened at 11:38 a.m. Community Investment Program (Item F) Proposed Ad Valorem Tax Rate (Item G)

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With no further discussion, the Work Session was adjourned at 12:19 p.m.

____________________________________ Harry LaRosiliere, MAYOR ATTEST: _________________________________

Lisa C. Henderson, City Secretary

PLANO CITY COUNCIL PRELIMINARY OPEN MEETING COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT Harry LaRosiliere, Mayor Rick Smith, Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Ricciardelli, Deputy Mayor Pro Tem arrived at 4:01 p.m. Maria Tu Rick Grady Kayci Prince Shelby Williams Lily Bao arrived at 4:07 p.m. STAFF PRESENT Mark Israelson, City Manager Jack Carr, Deputy City Manager Shelli Siemer, Deputy City Manager Greg Rushin, Interim Deputy City Manager
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Paige Mims, City Attorney

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Lisa C. Henderson, City Secretary

Mayor LaRosiliere called the meeting to order at 4:00 p.m., Monday, August 26, 2019, in the Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers of the Municipal Center, 1520 K Avenue. A quorum was present.

Comprehensive Monthly Financial Report - June 2019

Discussion and direction re: Council Rules of Procedure The council expressed concurrence to formalize the current procedure and clarify the motion process. Discussion and direction re: conduct in Chambers The council expressed concurrence to modify the wording to reflect and disrupts the council meeting is prohibited. Any speaker or audience member that engages in disruptive behavior may be subject to removal from the meeting. All councilmembers shall enforce these rules. Discussion and direction re: changes to composition of Boards and Commissions The council expressed concurrence to add two additional members to the Parks and Recreation

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Planning Board. An ordinance will be brought back to a future meeting. Council discussed

No additional detail provided

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adding a Bond Review Ad Hoc Committee and Comprehensive Plan Review Ad Hoc

Committee.
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Mayor LaRosiliere then stated that the Council would retire into Executive Session, in

Training Room A, in compliance with Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernon s Texas Codes Annotated in order to consult with an attorney and receive Legal Advice and discuss Litigation, Section 551.071; to discuss Personnel, Section 551.074; and to discuss Security Matters, Section 551.076; for which a certified agenda will be kept in the office of the City Secretary for a period of two years as required. Mayor LaRosiliere reconvened the meeting back into the Preliminary Open Meeting at 7:01

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p.m. in the Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers. The following items were discussed in the

Regular Open Meeting: Plano City Council

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Direction and discussion re: posting dates of agendas Legislative Update Discussion and direction re: Housing Trends Analysis Ceremonial Document Process Presentation Mayor's Update Report re: Peanut Butter Drive Consideration and action resulting from Executive Session discussion Personnel Reappointments
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a) Building Standards Commission

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b) Heritage Commission

Consent and Regular Agendas
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With no further discussion, the Preliminary Open Meeting was adjourned at 7:01 p.m.

____________________________________ Harry LaRosiliere, MAYOR ATTEST: _________________________________

Lisa C. Henderson, City Secretary

PLANO CITY COUNCIL
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REGULAR SESSION

COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT Harry LaRosiliere, Mayor Rick Smith, Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Ricciardelli, Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Maria Tu Rick Grady Kayci Prince Shelby Williams Lily Bao STAFF PRESENT Mark Israelson, City Manager Jack Carr, Deputy City Manager Shelli Siemer, Deputy City Manager Greg Rushin, Interim Deputy City Manager
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Paige Mims, City Attorney

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Lisa C. Henderson, City Secretary

Mayor Pro Tem Smith convened the Council into the Regular Session on Monday, Municipal Center, 1520 K Avenue. A quorum was present. Invocation and Pledge Pastor Foley with North Dallas Community Bible Fellowship led the invocation and Cub
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Scout Pack 79 led the Pledge of Allegiance and Texas Pledge.

Proclamations and Special Recognitions Special Recognition: Several Plano Parks Recreation staff members quick thinking and CPR/AED knowledge helped save the life of Dr. Jiahuan Ding on July 25th.

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Proclamation: September 2019 is Hunger Action Month meant to mobilize the public to take action

on the issue of hunger. Mayor LaRosiliere also spoke to the Peanut Butter Drive. Consent Agenda MOTION: Upon a motion made by Council Member Prince and seconded by Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Ricciardelli, the Council voted 8-0, to approve all items on the Consent Agenda, with the exception of Item M; as follows: Plano City Council Regular Session Page 2
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Approval of Expenditures

Award/Rejection of Bid/Proposal: (Purchase of products/services through formal procurement

process by this agency)
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RFB No. 2019-0338-C for a one-year contract with three (3) one-year City optional renewals for

Batteries: Auto, Truck and Marine for the Inventory Control and Asset Disposal division to Battery Systems in the estimated annual amount of 13,431, Interstate Batteries of Dallas (Distributor Operations, Inc.) in the estimated annual amount of 30,272, and IEH Auto Parts LLC dba Auto Plus Auto Parts in the annual estimated amount of 32,721; and authorizing the City Manager to execute

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all necessary documents. (Consent Agenda Item A )

RFB No. 2019-0496-B for Sewer Improvements - Data Drive and Lotus Drive, Project No. 6821, for

the Engineering Department to ANA Site Construction, LLC in the amount of 152,105; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Consent Agenda Item B )

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Purchase from an Existing Contract

No additional detail provided

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To approve the purchase of one (1) Bobcat T650 Compact Track Loader for Fleet Services to be

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utilized by Streets in the amount of 57,015 from Bobcat of North Texas through an existing contract;

No additional detail provided

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and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (BuyBoard Contract No. 515-

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16) (Consent Agenda Item C )

To approve the purchase of two (2) Caterpillar Backhoe Loaders for Fleet Services to be utilized by

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Streets in the amount of 170,620 from Holt Texas, Ltd. through an existing contract; and authorizing

the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Sourcewell Contract No. 032119-CAT) (Consent Agenda Item D )
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Approval of Contract Modification

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To approve an increase to the current awarded contract amount of 49,150 by 2,750, for a total

No additional detail provided

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contract amount of 51,900, for Preston Elevated Tank Painting Site Improvements, Project No.

No additional detail provided

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7038, from Birkhoff, Hendricks Carter, LLP for the Engineering Department; and authorizing the

City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Contract No. 2019-0595-X; Modification No. 1)

(Consent Agenda Item E )

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Approval of Expenditure

To ratify an expenditure in the amount of 258,714 for renewal support of Inform CAD software from

TriTech Software Systems for Technology Services; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Consent Agenda Item F )

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To ratify an expenditure in the amount of 264,237 for one (1) Caterpillar M318F Excavator from

Holt Texas, Ltd. for Fleet Services to be utilized by Municipal Drainage Operations; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Consent Agenda Item G ) Plano City Council Regular Session Page 3

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To approve an expenditure for Advertising Services for a one (1) year contract with two (2) one-year

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City optional renewals in the annual estimated amount of 59,616 from JG Media dba Community

Impact Newspaper for the Communications Community Outreach Department; and authorizing the

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City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Consent Agenda Item H )

No additional detail provided

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To approve an expenditure for Motorola Irrigation Controllers in the amount of 248,340 from

Interspec LLC for the Parks and Recreation Department; and authorizing the City Manager to execute
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all necessary documents. (Consent Agenda Item I )

To approve an expenditure for professional engineering services for Sidewalk Improvements - 15th

Street from Coit Road to Custer Road, Project No. 7138.1, in the amount of 265,000 from J. Volk Consulting Inc. for the Engineering Department; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Consent Agenda Item J )
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Approval of Contract / Agreement

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To approve an Economic Development Incentive Agreement between the City of Plano, Texas, and

Masergy Communications, Inc., a Delaware corporation ( Company ), providing an economic development grant to the Company; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary
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documents. (Consent Agenda Item K )

To approve an Agreement by and between the Regional Transportation Council (RTC), acting in its

No additional detail provided

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capacity as policy body for the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), and City of Plano,

outlining the roles and responsibilities with respect to Transportation Development Credits (TDC)
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awarded for the projects; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.

(Consent Agenda Item L )

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To approve an Interlocal Agreement by and between the City of Plano and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) for the implementation of a Transit Signal Priority (TSP) Pilot Program on certain bus routes

in the City; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Consent Agenda Item M ) This item was moved to a future meeting.

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Adoption of Ordinances

Ordinance No. 2019-8-5: To repeal Ordinance No. 2018-1-3 and Ordinance No. 2012-6-19, codified as Article VI, Heritage Resource Preservation, of Chapter 16, Planning and Development, of the Code
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of Ordinances; and replacing the provisions with a new Heritage Preservation Ordinance; providing

a penalty clause, a repealer clause, a severability clause, a savings clause, a publication clause, and

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an effective date. (Consent Agenda Item N )

Ordinance No. 2019-8-6: To repeal Ordinance No. 2017-2-2, codified as Article II, Ad Valorem Taxes, Division 3, Historic Structures, of Chapter 20, Taxation, of the Code of Ordinances; and
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replacing the provisions establishing the Heritage Tax Exemption Program for the City; and providing

a repealer clause, a severability clause, a savings clause, a penalty clause, a publication clause, and

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an effective date. (Consent Agenda Item O )

Plano City Council Regular Session Page 4 Ordinance No. 2019-8-7: To abandon all right, title and interest of the City, in and to that certain Right-of-Way, situated in the Joseph Klepper Survey, Abstract No. 213, being all of a 157 square foot
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tract of land as described in instrument number 94-0043790, and all of a 3,147 square foot tract of

land as described in instrument number 94-0048019, Deed Records of Collin County, Texas; quitclaiming all right, title and interest of the City in such Right-of-Way to the property owner, MM CCM 48M, LLC, to the extent of its interest; authorizing the City Manager or his authorized designee to execute any documents deemed necessary; and providing an effective date. (Consent Agenda Item P )
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END OF CONSENT

Public Hearing and adoption of Ordinance No. 2019-8-8 as requested in Zoning Case 2019-011 to

amend various sections of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the City, Ordinance No. 2015-5- 2, as heretofore amended, as a result of recent state legislative actions and to ensure compliance with
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state law; and providing a penalty clause, a repealer clause, a savings clause, a severability clause, a

No additional detail provided

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publication clause, and an effective date. (Regular Agenda Item 1 )

Mayor LaRosiliere opened the public hearing. No one appeared to speak. Mayor LaRosiliere closed the public hearing. MOTION: Upon a motion made by Council Member Grady and seconded by Council

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Member Williams, the Council voted 8-0, to amend various sections of the

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Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the City, Ordinance No. 2015-5-2, as

heretofore amended, as a result of recent state legislative actions and to ensure compliance with state law; as requested in Zoning Case No. 2019-011; and

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further to adopt Ordinance No. 2019-8-8.

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Public Hearing and adoption of Ordinance No. 2019-8-9 as requested in Subdivision Ordinance

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Amendment 2019-001 to amend Section 3.1 (General) of Article III (Platting Procedures) of the

Subdivision Ordinance of the City, Ordinance No. 2017-11-4, as heretofore amended, as a result of recent state legislative actions and to ensure compliance with state law; and providing a penalty clause, a repealer clause, a savings clause, a severability clause, a publication clause, and an effective

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date. (Regular Agenda Item 2 )

Mayor LaRosiliere opened the public hearing. No one appeared to speak. Mayor LaRosiliere closed the public hearing. MOTION: Upon a motion made by Council Member Prince and seconded by Deputy
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Mayor Pro Tem Ricciardelli, the Council voted 8-0, to amend Section 3.1

No additional detail provided

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(General) of Article III (Platting Procedures) of the Subdivision Ordinance of

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the City, Ordinance No. 2017-11-4, as heretofore amended, as a result of recent

state legislative actions and to ensure compliance with state law; as requested

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in Subdivision Ordinance Amendment 2019-001; and further to adopt

Ordinance No. 2019-8-9. Plano City Council Regular Session Page 5 Public Hearing on the proposed tax rate of 0.4482 cents per 100 assessed property valuation. This rate is equal to the effective tax rate which will raise the same amount of tax revenue on properties in 2019 as in 2018. (Regular Agenda Item 3 ) Mayor LaRosiliere opened the public hearing. No one appeared to speak. Mayor LaRosiliere closed the public hearing. Public Hearing on the creation of the Collin Creek West Public Improvement District, being

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located within the corporate limits of the City of Plano. (Regular Agenda Item 4 )

MOTION: Upon a motion made by Council Member Grady and seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Smith, the Council voted 8-0, to table the item to the September 23, 2019 meeting. Public Hearing on the creation of the Collin Creek East Public Improvement District, being
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located within the corporate limits of the City of Plano. (Regular Agenda Item 5 )

MOTION: Upon a motion made by Williams and seconded by Council Member Bao, the Council
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voted 8-0, to table the item to the September 23, 2019 meeting.

No additional detail provided

Public Hearing on establishing the Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone 4, Plano, Texas, being

No additional detail provided

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located within the corporate limits of the City of Plano. (Regular Agenda Item 6 )

MOTION: Upon a motion made by Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Ricciardelli and seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Smith, the Council voted 8-0, to table the item to the September 23, 2019 meeting.
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Comments of Public Interest

Joel Woiton spoke in support of completing the bike trail system. Mike Emmons spoke in support of completing the bike trail system. Lori Maucieri spoke in support of completing the bike trail system. David Baker spoke in opposition of completing the bike trail system by use of eminent domain. Gene Knauss spoke in opposition of completing the bike trail system by use of eminent domain. Maryam Saifi spoke in opposition of completing the bike trail system by use of eminent domain. Darin Abdelaal spoke in opposition of completing the bike trail system by use of eminent domain. Abbie and Melody Walker spoke in support of completing the bike trail system. John Stafford spoke in support of completing the bike trail system. John Swafford spoke in opposition of completing the bike trail system by use of eminent domain.
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