WATCH: Amarillo City Council meeting 10-30-2018




AGENDAS

FOR A REGULAR MEETING OF THE AMARILLO CITY COUNCIL TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2018 AT 1:00 P.M., CITY HALL, 509 SOUTHEAST 7th AVENUE, COUNCIL CHAMBER ON THE THIRD FLOOR OF CITY HALL, AMARILLO, TEXAS.
Please note: The City Council may take up items out of the order shown on any Agenda. The City Council reserves the right to discuss all or part of any item in an executive session at any time during a meeting or work session, as necessary and allowed by state law. Votes or final decisions are made only in open Regular or Special meetings, not in either a work session or executive session.

INVOCATION: Albert Harris
PROCLAMATION: "National Community Planning Month"

1.
City Council will discuss or receive reports on the following current matters or projects.

A. Review agenda items for regular meeting and attachments;

B. Reports and updates from City Councilmembers serving on outside boards: Environmental Task Force Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Advisory Committee

C. Buy the Way, Keep It Local Update; and

D. Consider future Agenda items and request reports from City Manager.

2. CONSENT ITEMS: 
It is recommended that the following items be approved and that the City Manager be authorized to execute all documents necessary for each transaction: THE FOLLOWING ITEMS MAY BE ACTED UPON BY ONE MOTION. NO SEPARATE DISCUSSION OR ACTION ON ANY OF THE ITEMS IS NECESSARY UNLESS DESIRED BY A COUNCILMEMBER, IN WHICH EVENT THE ITEM SHALL BE CONSIDERED IN ITS NORMAL SEQUENCE AFTER THE ITEMS NOT REQUIRING SEPARATE DISCUSSION HAVE BEEN ACTED UPON BY A SINGLE MOTION.

A. MINUTES:
Approval  of  the  City  Council  minutes for the  meetings  held  on October 23, 2018.

B. ORDINANCE NO. 7765:
(Contact:  Andrew Freeman, Economic Development Manager) This is the second and final reading of an ordinance implementing timed parking for a fee within a designated area of the Central Business District.

C. ORDINANCE NO. 7766:
(Contact:  Andrew Freeman, Economic Development Manager) This is the second and final reading of an ordinance providing for regulation of valet parking services in the Central Business District.

D. ORDINANCE NO. 7767:
(Contact:  Cris Valverde, Assistant Director of Planning and Development Services) This is the second and final reading of an ordinance rezoning Lots 10 thru 12, Block 110, Glenwood Addition Unit No. 1, in Section 154, Block 2, AB&M Survey,  Potter County, Texas, plus one half of all bounding streets, alleys, and public ways to change from  Manufactured Home District to Moderate Density District.  (Vicinity:  Southeast 26th Avenue and Roberts Street.)

E. APPROVAL -- LEASE AGREEMENT FOR LIMITED USE - LEASE AGREEMENT FOR THE USE OF PREMISES FOR THE PURPOSE OF OPERATING A CAFÉ AT THE APD BUILDING:
(Contact:  Col. Ken Funtek, Amarillo Police Department) Laira Danielle Greer d/b/a City Café This lease agreement is for limited uses and provides for the use of an area located in the basement of the Amarillo Police and Courts Building located at 200 Southeast 3rd Street, Amarillo, Potter County, Texas, further described as Rooms B-6, B-7, B-8 and the storage room adjacent to B-6 for the purpose of operating a cafe.

F. APPROVAL -- LEASE AGREEMENT FOR LIMITED USES - LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE AMARILLO POLICE DEPARTMENT AND A LOCAL ORGANIZATION FOR THE LIMITED USE OF OFFICE SPACE BY THE NEIGHBORHOOD POLICE OFFICER UNITS:
(Contact:  Col. Martin Birkenfeld, Amarillo Police Department) Maverick Boys & Girls Club This lease agreement is for limited uses and provides for office space in a designated neighborhood to be used by Amarillo Police Department for the Neighborhood Police Officer units. The office will be utilized for the purpose of general police activity, research, preparing reports, meetings with citizens, etc. The organization that has agreed to provide an office is: Maverick Boys and Girls Club.

G. APPROVAL -- CITY OF AMARILLO 2018 INVESTMENT POLICY:
(Contact:  Laura Storrs, Finance Director) The City updates its Investment Policy and seeks to have it authorized by the City Council in accordance with Chapter 2256, Texas Government Code, the Public Funds Investment Act (PFIA).  The City’s investment objectives are to preserve capital, to provide liquidity and optimize earnings within the constraints of the first two objectives.  The City invests in securities authorized by the Policy and the Public Funds Investment Act. 

H. CONSIDER APPROVAL OF A CONTRACT WITH ACUSHNET GOLF PRODUCTS:
(Contact:  Michael Kashuba, Director of Parks and Recreation) Acushnet Golf Products -- $200,000.00 This award is to approve an annual "not-to-exceed" contract price for the whole sale purchase of Titleist, Pinnacle and Foot-Joy golf products in the amount of $200,000. The Acushnet Company is the exclusive manufacturer and wholesale distributor of these products and is the sole source of the products at wholesale prices. The wholesale purchase of these products provide inventory for retail sale at both pro shops at Ross Rogers Golf Complex and Comanche Trail Golf Complex. Sales of merchandise will produce an estimated gross margin of 40% or approximate 20% net profit.

I. AWARD - HEXAGON SAFETY AND INFRASTRUCTURE COMPUTER-AIDED DISPATCH (CAD) MAINTENANCE:
(Contact:  Lt. Shannon Kuster, AEDC/PD) Intergraph Corporation -- $171,133.20 This item recommends award of the annual contract for the purchase of maintenance for the Hexagon CAD system at AECC.

J. AWARD - REPLACEMENT PUMPS FOR WASTEWATER LIFT STATION #30 (6907 SOUTH WESTERN):
(Contact:  Jonathan Gresham, Interim Director of Utilities) DXP Enterprises -- $51,500.00 This is the replacement of the current pumps which are the original pumps from 1964 and are beyond their useful life.  This lift station pumps an average of 500,000 gallons a day in the Southwest area. The area served is from Southwest 45th Avenue to Farmers on both sides of Western.

3. NON-CONSENT ITEMS: 

A. RESOLUTION - INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH NATIONAL COOPERATION PURCHASING ALLIANCE (NCPA):
(Contact:  Andrew Freeman, Director of Planning and Development Services) This resolution approves an Interlocal Agreement with the National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance (NCPA).  NCPA is a national government purchasing cooperative working to reduce the cost of goods and services by leveraging the purchasing power of public agencies in all 50 states.

B. CONSIDER AWARD - FY 2017-2021 COMMUNITY INVESTMENT PROGRAM - NORTHEAST 24TH PUMP STATION SWITCHGEAR REPLACEMENT:
(Contact:  Kyle Schniederjan, Director of Capital Project & Development Engineering) Brown Construction Services -- $2,079,000.00 This item is to consider award of the construction contract for the Northeast 24th Pump Station Switchgear Replacement project by Brown Construction Services.

C. EXECUTIVE SESSON:
City Council may convene in Executive Session to receive reports on or discuss any of the following pending projects or matters:

(1) Section 551.087 -- Deliberation regarding economic development negotiations; discussion of commercial or financial information received from an existing business or business prospect with which the City is negotiating for the location or retention of a facility, or for incentives the City is willing to extend, or financial information submitted by same:

(a) Discussion regarding commercial or financial information  received from a business prospect and/or to deliberate the offer of a financial or other incentive to a business prospect:

(1)  Project # 18-08-01 (Headquarters)

(2)  Project # 18-08-02 (Information Technology)

(3)  Project # 18-09-03 (Transportation)

(4)  Project # 18-10-01 (Manufacturing)

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