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Regular Meeting

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

Videoconference DATE: July 27, 2020

TIME: 7:00 PM

This Council Meeting will be held in the Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers. The facility will not be open to the public.

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Members of the public are entitled to participate remotely via broadcast by webinar at the following URL location (registration is required by 5:00

p.m. on the day of the meeting):

https://plano.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vpxbB4nzQ7C-pFrby6TsWg

The meeting will be live streamed on Plano's website at www.planotv.org for those wanting to watch the meeting but not address the Council.

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Emails regarding agenda items may be submitted to councilcomments@plano.gov

CALL TO ORDER

INVOCATION:

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE / TEXAS PLEDGE:

OUR VISION - PLANO IS A GLOBAL ECONOMIC LEADER BONDED BY A SHARED SENSE OF COMMUNITY WHERE RESIDENTS EXPERIENCE UNPARALLELED QUALITY OF LIFE.

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The City Council may convene into Executive Session to discuss posted items in the regular meeting as allowed by law.

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PROCLAMATIONS AND SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS

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Proclamation - Every 5th Sunday is Unity Table Sunday in Plano and all citizens are encouraged to advocate racial reconciliation and fight

inequalities.
Tagged Interests: recognition, discrimination, and racial

Proclamation - July is Parks and Recreation Month in Plano.

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CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION

Community Relations Commission Kimberly O'Neil

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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.
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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) June 22, 2020 June 30, 2020

Approval of Expenditures

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

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, services, and purchasing

(b) RFP No. 2020-0141-AC for a three (3) year contract with seven (7) one-year City optional renewals for Dental Administration and Vision Policy to

Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (MetLife) in the estimated annual amount of 448,306; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, strategic, contract, insurance, administrator, manager, and policy

(c) RFB No. 2020-0437-ER for Crack Joint Sealing Requirements Contract, Project No. 6995, for the Public Works Department to Curtco, Inc. for the

initial term of 1,000,000 or two (2) years, whichever occurs first, with two (2) City optional renewals; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
Tagged Interests: drugs, contract, Public Works, public works, administrator, and manager

(d) RFP No. 2020-0089-AC for Cleaning and Inspection of Large Diameter Wastewater Lines for Public Works Department to Hoffman Southwest Corp., dba

Professional Pipe Services, in the estimated amount of 1,947,020; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, sewer, services, Public Works, public works, administrator, and manager

(e) RFP No. 2020-0043-AC for a one (1) year contract with nine (9) one-year City optional renewals for Fire-Rescue Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

and Records Management System (RMS) to ESO Solutions Inc. in the estimated annual amount of 89,980 for the first term and an estimated annual amount of 65,345 for subsequent renewal terms, for a total estimated contract value of 678,085; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, contract, services, emergency, administrator, manager, and EMS

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(f) CSP No. 2020-0402-B for High Point Tennis Center Court Resurfacing for the Parks Recreation Department to Three Colors in the amount of 124,450;

and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
Tagged Interests: legal, streets, parks, administrator, manager, court, and recreation

(g) RFB No. 2020-0388-B for Aquatic Center Roof Replacement for Facilities Department to Precision Waterproofing and Roofing, Inc. in the amount of

321,000; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
Tagged Interests: administrator and manager

(h) RFB No. 2020-0567-B for Erosion Control - Prairie Creek at Independence Parkway, Project No. 7051, for the Engineering Department to TREG Erosion

Control Specialist, LLC in the amount of 1,230,000; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
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Purchase from an Existing Contract

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(i) To approve the purchase of four (4) Utility Vans for Fleet Services to be utilized by various departments in the amount of 125,895 from Reliable

Chevrolet through an existing contract; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (SAT Contract No. 20-01-1017)
Tagged Interests: college prep, utility, Utility, contract, services, purchasing, administrator, and manager

(j) To approve the purchase of one (1) Compost Windrow Turner for Fleet Services to be used by Compost Marketing and Operations in the amount of

676,333 from Ecoverse Industries through an existing contract; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (HGAC Contract No. SM10-18A)
Tagged Interests: market, contract, services, purchasing, administrator, and manager

(k) To approve the purchase of emergency vehicle equipment and supplies for the Police Department in the estimated amount of 21,526 from GT

Distributors, Inc., 23,524 from Dana Safety Supply, Inc., and 20,089 from Defender Supply, LLC through an existing contract; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (BuyBoard Contract No. 603-20 and Tarrant County Contract No. 2019-181)
Tagged Interests: equipment, contract, public safety, emergency, purchasing, administrator, and manager

(l) To approve the purchase of ammunition for an eight (8) month term, with two (2) one- year optional renewal periods, for the Police Department in

the estimated annual amount of 150,000 from Precision Delta Corporation through an existing contract; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (BuyBoard Contract No. 603-20)
Tagged Interests: gun control, contract, public safety, purchasing, administrator, manager, and Gun Control

(m) To approve the purchase of Infield Mix for High Point Park and Archgate Park for the Parks and Recreation Department in the estimated amount of

137,700 from MasterTurf Products and Service, Inc. through an existing contract; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (BuyBoard Contract No. 611-20)
Tagged Interests: contract, purchasing, parks, administrator, manager, and recreation

(n) To approve the purchase of notebooks with accessories for Technology Services in the amount of 162,815 from DataSource Mobility through an

existing contract; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (DIR-TSO- 4075)
Tagged Interests: contract, services, purchasing, Technology, technology, administrator, and manager

Approval of Contract Modification

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(o) To approve an increase in the current awarded contract amount of 45,752 by 13,792, for a total contract amount of 59,544, for construction

materials testing professional services for West Spring Creek Parkway Service Roads Reconstruction and Water Line Replacement, Project No. 6827, from Alliance Geotechnical Group, Inc. for the Engineering Department; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Contract No. 2019-0042-X; Modification No. 1)
Tagged Interests: road, construction, streets, utility, Utility, contract, materials, services, water, administrator, manager, and engineering

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(p) To approve an increase to the current awarded contract amount of 38,555 by 15,000, for a total contract amount of 53,555, for City of Plano Storm

Drainage Design Manual Update, Project No. 7037, from Freese and Nichols, Inc. for the Engineering Department; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Contract No. 2019-0181-X; Modification No. 1)
Tagged Interests: contract, administrator, manager, engineering, and stormwater

(q) To approve an increase to the current awarded contract amount of 1,371,078 by 54,919, for a total contract amount of 1,425,997, for Custodial

Services for Various Locations from Eagle Maintenance Company, Inc.; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (Contract No. 2018-0152-C; Modification No. 2)
Tagged Interests: contract, services, administrator, and manager

Approval of Expenditure

(r) To ratify expenditures for goods and services required to respond to the COVID-19 emergency in the estimated amount of 1,158,775 from: AFL

Enterprise Services, Inc., Binswanger Glass Company/Plano, Complete Supply, Inc., Dell Marketing L.P., EHP Consulting LLC, Freeit Data Solutions Inc., Texas Furniture Source Inc. and Uline Inc.; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, market, services, emergency, administrator, manager, information technology, and Information Technology

(s) To approve an expenditure for Landscape Architect professional services for Bob Woodruff Park North Masterplan 2020, Project No. 7260, in the

amount of 223,792 from Talley Landscape Architects, Inc. for the Parks and Recreation Department; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
Tagged Interests: services, parks, buildings and grounds, administrator, manager, and recreation

(t) To approve an expenditure for the High Point North Maintenance Facility, Project No. 6972, in the amount of 7,837,556 from Pogue Construction

Co., LP; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
Tagged Interests: construction, facility, administrator, and manager

(u) To approve an expenditure to conduct a microwave path survey in the amount of 85,000 from Nokia of America Corporation for the Radio Shop; and

authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
Tagged Interests: radio, administrator, and manager

Approval of Contract / Agreement

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(v) To approve an Interlocal Agreement by and between the City of Plano and University of Texas at Dallas in the estimated annual expenditure of

35,000 for City of Plano employee training for Human Resources; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (City of Plano Contract No. 2020-0587-I)
Tagged Interests: contract, training, university, administrator, manager, and human resources

(w) To approve an Inter-Local Cooperation Agreement with Collin County for participation in Tax Increment Financing Reinvestment Zone Number Four of

the City of Plano, Texas; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
Tagged Interests: TIF, taxes, Taxes, administrator, and manager

(x) To ratify an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between the City of Plano and the City of McKinney to perform certain administrative duties for the

Collin CARES Emergency Housing and Living Assistance Food Card Assistance Program; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
Tagged Interests: program, emergency, administrator, manager, and housing

(y) To approve a License Agreement with Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) and the City of Plano to complete the construction of an 8-in sanitary sewer

pipeline encased inside a 16-in casing at northwest corner of US 75 and President George Bush Turnpike (PGBT) crossing KCS railroad; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.
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Adoption of Resolutions

(z) To approve a contract with the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs in an amount not to exceed 146,179 for the Homeless Housing and

Services Program under Texas Government Code 2306.2585; designating the City Manager as Chief Executive Officer and authorized representative of the City for the purpose of executing the contract consistent with this resolution, giving required assurances, acting in connection with said contract, and providing required information; and providing an effective date.
Tagged Interests: contract, services, program, administrator, manager, homeless, and housing

(aa) To approve a contract with the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs in a total amount not to exceed 46,496 for the Homeless Housing

and Services Program Youth Set-Aside under Texas Government Code 2306.2585; designating the City Manager as Chief Executive Officer and authorized representative of the City for the purpose of executing the contract consistent with this resolution, giving required assurances acting in connection with said contract, and providing required information; and providing an effective date.
Tagged Interests: contract, services, program, administrator, manager, youth, homeless, and housing

Adoption of Ordinances

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(ab) To amend sections of Article II of Chapter 8, Fire Prevention and Protection, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Plano, Texas, to

communicate the potential penalties for violating the Fire Code more clearly, authorize the Plano Fire Rescue to enforce unlawful parking in the fire lane and establish different penalty levels for parking and non-parking violations; and providing a severability clause, a repealer clause, a savings clause, a penalty clause, a publication clause and an effective date.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, penalty, building codes, and parking

(ac) To repeal and replace Section 2-100 of the City Code of Ordinances in its entirety to update the training requirements for elected and appointed

officials of the City with regard to the City Code of Conduct, ethics, conflicts of interest, open meetings, public information and discrimination and harassment free workplace, and diversity; and providing a repealer clause, a severability clause and an effective date.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, appointments, discrimination, training, diversity, and ethics

(ad) To abandon all right, title and interest of the City in and to that certain 0.520 Acre Right- of-Way, recorded in Cabinet F, Page 372, of the

Plat Records of Collin County, Texas and being situated in the James Ledbetter Survey, Abstract No. 545, which is located within the city limits of Plano, Collin County, Texas; authorizing the quitclaiming all right, title and interest of the City in such right-of-way to the abutting property owner, East Plano Islamic Center; authorizing the City Manager or his authorized designee to execute any documents deemed necessary; and providing an effective date.
Tagged Interests: right of way, zoning, property, administrator, manager, and RIGHT OF WAY

(ae) To abandon all right, title and interest of the City, in and to that certain Right-of-Way situated in the Henry Cook Survey, Abstract No. 183,

City of Plano, Collin County, Texas and being part of Communications Parkway (a variable width right-of-way, Volume G, Page 783 and Volume 2015, Page 63, Official Public Records of Collin County, Texas) and part of Headquarters Drive (a variable width right-of-way, Volume C, Page 774, Volume 2015, Page 63, Volume 2015, Page 601, Official Public Records of Collin County, Texas); quitclaiming all right, title and interest of the City in such Right- of-Way to the property owner, PARCEL H INVESTORS, LP, 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.
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ITEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION:

Public Hearing Items:

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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 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:

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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.
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(1) Public Hearing and consideration of an Ordinance as requested in Zoning Case 2020- 009 to amend the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the City,

Ordinance No. 2015- 5-2, as heretofore amended, so as to amend Planned Development-176-Retail on 39.6 acres of land located at the southeast corner of Preston Road and Spring Creek Parkway, in the City of Plano, Collin County, Texas, presently zoned Planned Development-176-Retail and located within the Preston Road Overlay District to repeal and replace 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: Promontory, Ltd.
Tagged Interests: road, ordinance, development, zoning, Development, hearing, and penalty

(2) Public Hearing and consideration of an Ordinance as requested in Comprehensive Plan Amendment 2020-001 to amend the Comprehensive Plan,

originally adopted by Ordinance No. 2015-10-9, to remove a portion of Nueces Drive from the Thoroughfare Plan Map and providing an effective date.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, strategic, and hearing

(3) Public Hearing and consideration of an Appeal of the Planning Zoning Commission's denial of Zoning Case 2019-017 and Concept Plan 2019-010.

Request for a Specific Use Permit for Independent Living Facility on 6.0 acres located on the south side of State Highway 121, 545 feet west of Kathryn Lane. Zoned Planned Development- 104-Regional Commercial and Planned Development-476-Regional Employment and located within the State Highway 121 Overlay District. Applicant: LA-DF Investment Fund 8, LLC
Tagged Interests: highway, planning, facility, boards and commissions, development, zoning, transportation, employment, Development, investment, hearing, and commercial

(4) Public Hearing and consideration of a Resolution to adopt the 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan, outlining the use of Community Development Block Grant

funds and HOME Investment Partnerships funds provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; and providing an effective date.
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, development, Development, investment, hearing, cdbg, community development, and housing

(5) Public Hearing and consideration of a Resolution to adopt the 2020-2021 Action Plan, including the summary of Community Development Block Grant

and HOME Investment Partnerships Program activities and proposed use of funds for program year 2020-2021; and providing an effective date.
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, development, program, Development, investment, hearing, cdbg, and community development

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(6) Consideration of a Resolution to authorize the filing of applications for U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development funds in an amount not

to exceed 1,958,764 under the Housing and Community Development Act and the HOME Investment Partnerships Act; designating the City Manager as Chief Executive Officer and authorized representative of the City for the purpose of giving required assurances, acting in connection with said application and providing required information; and providing an effective date.
Tagged Interests: funding, development, Development, investment, administrator, manager, community development, and housing

(7) Consideration of a Resolution to approve the terms and conditions of an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement by and between the City of Plano, Texas

and County of Denton, Texas for CARES Act/Municipal Funds disbursement to address and respond to COVID-19, authorizing its execution by the City Manager; and providing an effective date.
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, administrator, and manager

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.
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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA MEMO

MEETING DATE: 7/27/2020 DEPARTMENT: City Secretary DIRECTOR:

AGENDA ITEM:

This Council Meeting will be held in the Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers. The facility will not be open to the public.

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Members of the public are entitled to participate remotely via broadcast by webinar at the following URL location (registration is required by 5:00

p.m. on the day of the meeting):

https://plano.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vpxbB4nzQ7C-pFrby6TsWg

The meeting will be live streamed on Plano's website at www.planotv.org for those wanting to watch the meeting but not address the Council.

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Emails regarding agenda items may be submitted to councilcomments@plano.gov

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Location Link

ITEM SUMMARY This Council Meeting will be held in the Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers. The facility will not be open to the public.

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Members of the public are entitled to participate remotely via broadcast by webinar at the following URL location (registration is required by 5:00

p.m. on the day of the meeting):

https://plano.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vpxbB4nzQ7C-pFrby6TsWg

The meeting will be live streamed on Plano's website at www.planotv.org for those wanting to watch the meeting but not address the Council.

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Emails regarding agenda items may be submitted to councilcomments@plano.gov

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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA MEMO

MEETING DATE: 7/27/2020 DEPARTMENT: City Manager DIRECTOR: Mark D. Israelson, City Manager AGENDA ITEM: Unity Table Proclamation RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Proclamations and Special Recognition
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ITEM SUMMARY Proclamation - Every 5th Sunday is Unity Table Sunday in Plano and all citizens are encouraged to advocate racial reconciliation and

fight inequalities.
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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Proclamation 7/15/2020 Other

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THE UNITY TABLE

WHEREAS, approximately 1,000 citizens and 150 Collin County churches

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came together on June 4, 2020, to advocate racial reconciliation and fight

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inequalities; and

WHEREAS, as part of its call to action, the churches asked community

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members to share a meal with someone who does not look like them every

fifth Sunday, at what will be known as the Unity Table; and

WHEREAS, the Collin County area has a unique opportunity to participate

in a Unity Table event and engage in deep and meaningful conversation with

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the purpose of starting a dialogue to encourage empathy and understanding;

and

WHEREAS, the Unity Table is a place to gather together where questions

can be asked, insights can be gained, perspectives can be broadened and

friendships can be forged; and

WHEREAS, the Unity Table represents the best of our community and

complements our City s core values and will add to the rich and diverse fabric of our community;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, HARRY LAROSILIERE, MAYOR OF THE

CITY OF PLANO, TEXAS, do hereby proclaim every 5th Sunday as Unity Table Sunday in Plano and encourage all citizens to join me and the Plano City

Council in promoting this event and encouraging our friends and neighbors to do
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the same.

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Office of the Mayor

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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA MEMO

MEETING DATE: 7/27/2020 DEPARTMENT: City Manager DIRECTOR: Mark D. Israelson, City Manager AGENDA ITEM: Parks Month Proclamation RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Proclamations and Special Recognition
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ITEM SUMMARY Proclamation - July is Parks and Recreation Month in Plano.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Proclamation 7/15/2020 Other

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PARKS AND RECREATION MONTH

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JULY - 2020

WHEREAS, the Plano Parks and Recreation Department works to enhance the

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quality of life for residents through parks, facilities, special events, and

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programs; and

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WHEREAS, the collaboration of the City of Plano and the Plano Independent

School District in 1968 resulted in the establishment of the Plano Parks and

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Recreation Department; and

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WHEREAS, by encouraging the promotion of healthy lifestyles, the

Department and programs aid in helping all citizens improve mental,

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emotional, and physical health as well as having fun with families and friends;

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and

WHEREAS, the nationally accredited Plano Parks and Recreation Department

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celebrated its 50 Year Anniversary in 2018 and is a key contributor to Plano s reputation as a City of Excellence; and

WHEREAS, Plano Parks and Recreation Department strives to protect the

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environment while providing places for children and adults to connect with

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nature and enjoy being outdoors;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, HARRY LAROSILIERE, MAYOR OF THE

CITY OF PLANO, TEXAS, do hereby proclaim July, 2020 as Parks and Recreation Month in Plano, and I do thereby encourage all citizens to join me and

the Plano City Council in acknowledging the importance of our parks
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and recreation facilities. We thank the Plano Parks and Recreation

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Department and urge everyone to enjoy what the Department has to offer.

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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA MEMO

MEETING DATE: 7/27/2020 DEPARTMENT: City Secretary DIRECTOR: AGENDA ITEM: RECOMMENDED ACTION: Certificates of Appreciation

ITEM SUMMARY Community Relations Commission Kimberly O'Neil

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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA MEMO

MEETING DATE: 7/27/2020 DEPARTMENT: City Secretary DIRECTOR: Lisa Henderson, City Secretary AGENDA ITEM: Approval of Minutes RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approval of Minutes

ITEM SUMMARY June 22, 2020 June 30, 2020

ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Preliminary Meeting Minutes 6/22/20 7/22/2020 Minutes Regular Session Minutes 6/22/20 7/22/2020 Minutes

Emergency Session Minutes 6/30/20 7/22/2020 Minutes
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PLANO CITY COUNCIL

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PRELIMINARY OPEN MEETING

June 22, 2020

COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT

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Harry LaRosiliere, Mayor

Anthony Ricciardelli, Deputy Mayor Pro Tem arrived at 5:04 p.m. Maria Tu arrived at 5:03 p.m. Rick Grady

Shelby Williams

Lily Bao arrived at 5:37 p.m. Rick Smith

COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT

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Kayci Prince, Mayor Pro Tem

STAFF PRESENT

Mark Israelson, City Manager

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Jack Carr, Deputy City Manager

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Shelli Siemer, Deputy City Manager

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Greg Rushin, 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 5:03 p.m., Monday, June 22, 2020, in the

Florence Shapiro Council Chambers and via videoconference. A quorum was present. Mayor

LaRosiliere stated the Council would retire into Executive Session, in Training Room A, in

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compliance with Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernon s Texas Codes Annotated in order to consult with an attorney to receive Legal Advice and discuss

Litigation, Section 551.071; to discuss
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Economic Development matters, Section 551.087; to discuss Real Estate matters, Section 551.072;

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and to discuss Personnel Matters, Section 551.074: for which a certified agenda will be kept in the

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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 5:55

p.m.

Consideration and action resulting from Executive Session discussion Personnel-Reappointments

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a) Board of Adjustment Upon a motion made by Council Member Grady and seconded by Deputy Mayor Pro Tem

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Ricciardelli, the Council voted 7-0 to reappoint Pat Morgan, Jim Norton, John Peskuski

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and Janet Stovall, leaving one vacancy.

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b) Building Standards Commission Upon a motion made by Council Member Williams and seconded by Council Member Tu,

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the Council voted 7-0 to not reappoint any existing members with expiring terms, leaving

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five vacancies.

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c) Heritage Commission Upon a motion made by Council Member Tu and seconded by Council Member Smith,

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the Council voted 7-0 to not reappoint any existing members with expiring terms, leaving

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three vacancies.

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Preliminary Open Meeting Page 2

June 22, 2020

d) Planning Zoning Commission Upon a motion made by Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Ricciardelli and seconded by Mayor

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LaRosiliere, the Council voted 7-0 to reappoint David Downs and Arthur Stone, leaving

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one vacancy.

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Personnel - Reappointments a) Animal Shelter Advisory Committee

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Upon a motion made by Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Ricciardelli and seconded by Council

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Member Bao, the Council voted 7-0 to reappoint Jamey Cantrell, Tammy Chow-Hayes,

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and Cindy Gordon, leaving one vacancy.

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b) Civil Service Commission Upon a motion made by Mayor LaRosiliere and seconded by Council Member Grady, the

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Council voted 7-0 to reappoint Penny Robe, as recommended by City Manager Israelson,

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leaving no vacancies.

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c) Community Relations Commission Upon a motion made by Council Member Grady and seconded by Mayor LaRosiliere, the

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Council voted 7-0 to reappoint David Maiorani, leaving two vacancies.

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d) Cultural Affairs Commission Upon a motion made by Council Member Smith and seconded by Deputy Mayor Pro Tem

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Ricciardelli, the Council voted 7-0 to reappoint Christene Downs and Tara Munjee,

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leaving one vacancy.

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e) Library Advisory Board Upon a motion made by Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Ricciardelli and seconded by Council

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Member Smith, the Council voted 7-0 to not reappoint members, leaving four vacancies.

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f) Parks and Recreation Planning Board Upon a motion made by Council Member Bao and seconded by Deputy Mayor Pro Tem

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Ricciardelli, the Council voted 7-0 to reappoint Donna Clark, Elizabeth Gail Marks, Rebecca Mattern, and Cynthia Rushin, leaving no vacancies.

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g) Plano Housing Authority Upon a motion made by Mayor LaRosiliere and seconded by Council Member Grady, the

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Council voted 7-0 to reappoint Fred Bemenderfer and Jeanine Boehl, leaving no

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vacancies.

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h) Retirement Security Plan Committee Upon a motion made by Mayor LaRosiliere and seconded by Council Member Williams,

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the Council voted 7-0 to reappoint Chris Biggerstaff and Myra Conklin, as recommended

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by City Manager Israelson, leaving one vacancy.

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i) Senior Advisory Board Upon a motion made by Council Member Bao and seconded by Council Member Smith,

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the Council voted 7-0 to reappoint Todd Felker, Mary Jacobs, and Mona Kafeel, leaving

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two vacancies.

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Engineering Departmental Report Transportation and Facilities

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Backyard Chicken Presentation

City Code Section 2-100 Training for elected and appointed officials This item was addressed during the regular meeting.

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Consent and Regular Agendas Council Member Williams requested Item K be pulled for individual consideration.

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Council items for discussion/action on future agendas Council Member Tu, seconded by Council Member Williams, requested a presentation and

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discussion on Short Term Rentals be brought back after the budget process.

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With no further discussion, the Preliminary Open Meeting was adjourned at 7:43 p.m.

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Harry LaRosiliere, MAYOR ATTEST:

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