CITY OF LAREDO

CITY COUNCIL MEETING

A-2004-R-013

CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS

1110 HOUSTON STREET

LAREDO, TEXAS 78040

July 6, 2004

5:30 P.M.

 

DISABILITY ACCESS STATEMENT

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aid or services are requested to contact Gustavo Guevara, City Secretary at (956) 791-7308 at least two working days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.  The accessible entrance and accessible parking spaces are located at City Hall, 1100 Victoria Ave.

 

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I.                    CALL TO ORDER

 

II.         PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

III.        ROLL CALL

 

IV.       MINUTES

 

Approval of the minutes of May 17, 2004, June 11, 2004, and June 29, 2004.

 

V.        COMMUNICATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS

 

Announcements

 

Invitations

 

Recognitions

a.      Recognition of Vicente Moreno of the Parks and Recreation Department on his selection as June 2004 City of Laredo Employee of the Month.

 

b.      Recognition of Mr. Humberto Garza, Operations Manager for the Laredo International Airport, on his prestigious designation of Airport Certified Employee (ACE) by the American Association of Airport Executives.

 

c.      Recognition of Bernadette Galvan for placing 1st place in both the 2003 National Physique Committee (NPC) Cornerstone Classic Competition and the 2004 (NPC) Lonestar Classic Competition.

 

VI.       APPOINTMENTS TO COMMISSIONS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES

           

a.      Appointment by Council Member Johnny Rendon of:

 

1.                  Jesus D. Romero to the Airport Advisory Committee

2.                  Joseph H. Hein to the Citizen's Environmental Advisory Committee

3.                  Melba N. Gonzales to the Library Advisory Committee

4.                  Delia Peña to the Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee

5.                  Veronica R. Cantu to the Planning and Zoning Commission

6.                  Luis Meza to the Transportation & Traffic Safety Advisory Committee

7.                  Frances G. Wawroski and Alicia Medina to the Laredo Women’s Commission

8.                  Eliseo Valdez Jr. to the Para Transit Advisory Committee

9.                  Ray Ayala to the Third Party Funding Advisory Committee

10.             Rosy Gregory to the Tree Advisory Committee

  

VII.             PUBLIC HEARINGS

 

1.               Public hearing and introductory ordinance amending the City of Laredo's FY 2003-2004 Annual Budget by authorizing the addition of three Full Time Equivalents (FTEs) including one (1) 9-1-1 Program Manager, one (1) 9-1-1 Specialist, and one (1) 9-1-1 Mapping and Database Maintenance Specialist for the South Texas 9-1-1 Regional Administration Division.  Funding is available in the 9-1-1 Regional Administration Fund.  

 

2.               Public hearing and introductory ordinance amending the City of Laredo FY 2003-2004 annual budget by increasing revenues and expenditures in the amount of $20,017.00 in additional funds, totaling $85,767.00 from the Texas Department of Health for the Immunization Action Program of the City of Laredo Health Department for the grant period beginning January 1, 2004, through December 31, 2004.  

 

(Recess)

(Press Availability)

 

VIII.           INTRODUCTORY ORDINANCE

 

3.               Authorizing the City Manager to execute an Assignment of that Rental Car Agency Concession and Lease Agreement entered into between the City of Laredo, as Lessor, and Instant Signs, Inc., dba Budget Rent a Car of Laredo, as Lessee, by Ordinance No. 2003-O-191 dated August 4, 2003.  Said Assignment is to Budget Rent a Car System, Inc., for approximately 171 square feet of office and counter space located in Car Rental Space #2, and 19 parking spaces located at 5210 Bob Bullock Loop at the Laredo International Airport.  All the terms of the original Rental Car Agency Concession and Lease Agreement will remain unchanged and in effect; providing for an effective date.

 

IX.               FINAL READING OF ORDINANCES 

 

4.                

 

2004-O-142      Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by authorizing the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for a tattoo parlor on Lots 3 and 4, Block 61, Calton Gardens Subdivision, located at 5216 Springfield Avenue; providing for publication and effective date. 

 

2004-O-143      Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning Block 42, Eastern Division, located at 305 Corpus Christi Street, from M-1 (Light Manufacturing District) and B-3 (Community Business District) to B-3 (Community Business District); providing for publication and effective date.

 

2004-O-144      Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning 17.0722 acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit “A”, located north of Hwy 359, from R-1 (Single-Family Residential District) to B-4 (Highway Commercial District); providing for publication and effective date.  

 

2004-O-145      Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning 19.7148 acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit “A”, located north of Hwy 359, from R-1 (Single-Family Residential District) to B-4 (Highway Commercial District); providing for publication and effective date.  

 

2004-O-146      Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning 18.4346 acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit “A”, located north of Hwy 359, from R-1 (Single-Family Residential District) to M-1 (Light Manufacturing District); providing for publication and effective date.

 

2004-O-147      Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning Lots 10, 11, 12, Block 891, Eastern Division, located at 1618 and 1620 Chihuahua St., from R-O (Residential/Office District) to B-1 (Limited Commercial District); providing for publication and effective date. 

 

2004-O-148      Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning 7.16 acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit “A”, located approximately east of Saldaña Avenue and west of  the proposed Bartlett Avenue extension, from R-1 (Single-Family Residential District) to B-3 (Community Business District); providing for publication and effective date.    

 

2004-O-149      Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning 19.14 acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit “A”, located south of Southgate Boulevard, from AG (Agricultural District) to R-1A (Single-Family Reduced Area District); providing for publication and effective date.  

 

2004-O-150      Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning 7.61 acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit “A”, located south of Southgate Boulevard, from AG (Agricultural District) to B-1 (Limited Commercial District); providing for publication and effective date.  

 

2004-O-151      Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning 24.236 acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit “A”, located north of Merida Drive, from R-1 (Single-Family Residential District) to R-1A (Single-Family Reduced Area District); providing for publication and effective date.  

 

2004-O-152      Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by authorizing a Conditional Use Permit for a bar on Lot 1, Block 9, Crownridge Subdivision, located at 416 Shiloh Drive; providing for publication and effective date. 

 

2004-O-153      Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning 55.75 acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit “A”, located northwest of Summerwind Subdivision, Unit I, from B-1 (Limited Commercial District) and R-1 (Single-Family Residential District) to B-3 (Community Business District); providing for publication and effective date. 

 

2004-O-154      Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning 2.74 acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit “A”, located northwest of Summerwind Subdivision, Unit I, from R-1 (Single-Family Residential District) to B-1 (Limited Commercial District); providing for publication and effective date. 

 

2004-O-155      Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning 46.40 acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit “A”, located west of R.W. Emerson Loop, from R-1 (Single-Family Residential District) to R-2 (Multi-Family Residential District); providing for publication and effective date. 

 

2004-O-156      Amending City of Laredo’s Land Development Code Handbook, Article IV, Section 24.69.2, entitled General Provisions, by establishing further areas of special flood hazard identified by the Flood Insurance Rate Map Index, to include index Nos. 5, 10, 640, and 730; providing for publication and effective date.

 

2004-O-157      Amending the City of Laredo’s Land Development Code Handbook, Chapter 24: Article IV, Section 24.65.6: Single Family Manufactured Housing District: Subsection (1), to allow for non-manufactured home development in R-1-MH zone districts, and Section 24.77.1: Dimensional Standards, by increasing the minimum lot area required for a manufactured home in R-1-MH zone districts to 4,500 square feet, and the minimum lot area required in R-O zone districts to 4,500 square feet; providing for publication and effective date.

 

2004-O-158      Amending the City of Laredo FY 2003-2004 Hotel Motel Fund budget by appropriating a drawdown of $250,000.00 from the opening balance by amending the transfer of funds to the Convention and Visitors Fund, and amending the City of Laredo’s Convention and Visitors Fund budget by appropriating revenues and expenses in the amount of $250,000.00, which will be placed in a Miss Texas Pageant division, and authorizing the City Manager to implement said budgets.  

 

2004-O-159      Amending the City of Laredo FY 2003-2004 annual budget by appropriating revenues and expenditures in the amount of $16,573.00 from Mercy Ministries of Laredo for the City of Laredo Health Department to support their efforts in providing limited amount of urgent public health medications to their patients.  The medications will be charged at cost plus 15% administrative fee.  This contract will begin on March 1, 2004 through March 31, 2005. 

 

2004-O-160      Authorizing the City Manager to amend the City of Laredo FY 2003-2004 annual budget by decreasing revenues and expenditures in the amount of $742.00 from the Texas Department of Health for the Binational  TB Card Pilot Project of the City of Laredo Health Department for the contract period beginning December 1, 2003, through September 30, 2004.  The decrease in funds is due to a reduction in funding from the Texas Department of Health.

 

2004-O-161      Amending the City of Laredo FY 2003-2004 annual budget by appropriating revenues and expenditures in the amount of $15,000.00 in funds from the Texas Department of Health to conduct the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program of the City of Laredo Health Department for the period beginning July 1, 2004, through February 28, 2005. 

 

2004-O-162      Amending the City of Laredo FY 2003/2004 General Fund Budget to appropriate grant revenues and expenses from the 2003 and 2004 State Homeland Security Grant Subrecipient agreements between the City of Laredo and the Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) in the original amount of $1,195,134.00 and accepting and appropriating the 2004 calculated base grant award in the amount of  $216,658.00 for a total amount of $1,411,792.00.  In addition, the acceptance and appropriation of the State Homeland Security Grant through the State Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program Sub-grant will be $51,142.00. The total amount appropriated from the State Homeland Security Grant will be $1,462,934.00.  Equipment received through the grant agreement will be used for the City’s Fire, Police and Health Departments.  The appropriation of the said grant revenue and expenditures will account for grant proceeds and equipment purchased through the grant and authorizing the City Manager to implement said budget amendment.  The above said grant requires no in kind or matching funds.

 

2004-O-163      Amending the City of Laredo FY 2003-2004 annual budget by increasing Operation Cooperation (Southbound) by $20,000.00.  The United States Customs Service will reimburse this full amount for overtime expenses incurred by police officers working in conjunction through joint task forces.  The term of the original agreement is from October 1, 2003 through September 30, 2004.  

 

2004-O-165      Closing as public easements, certain platted but unopened city street sections  described in Exhibits “A”, “B”, “C” and “D” said street sections being situated in the Eastern Division, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas, and authorizing the City Manager to (1) convey fee simple title to the “surface only” of the tracts described in Exhibits “A”, “B”, and “C” to David Slaughter and Wife Millicent B. Slaughter; provided however, that the City of Laredo will retain as utility easements the two tracts described in Exhibits “B” and “C” as utility easements; and (2) to convey fee simple title to the “surface only” of the tract described in Exhibit “D” to Sheila Slaughter Glassford; said conveyances being in partial consideration by the city for the City’s pending purchase of the Slaughter Farm, for the creation of a future park in South Laredo; and providing for an effective date.

 

2004-O-166      Closing as a public easement that section of Maryland Avenue between Clark Boulevard and O’Kane Street situated in the Eastern Division, City of Laredo, County of Webb, Texas; and providing for an effective date.

 

2004-O-167      Closing as a public easement that section of Eistetter Circle which is bounded by Eistetter Street and surrounded by Block 478 as per the Amended Retama Park Subdivision Plat recorded in Volume 2, Page 171, of the Plat Records of Webb County, Texas situated in the Retama Park Subdivision, City of Laredo, County of Webb, Texas; and providing for an effective date.

 

2004-O-168      Authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract by and on behalf of the City of Laredo, Zone Grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone No. 94, Site I, and specifically authorizing the City Manager to enter into an operations agreement with International Dairy Products, Inc., Zone Site Operator, for approximately 15,000 square feet of activated space located at 5400 Thomas Avenue at Foreign-Trade Zone No. 94, Site I, effective upon execution of this contract and ending on October 31, 2009.  Providing activation, administration, and transaction fees to the City and providing for an effective date.

 

2004-O-169      Closing as public easements those sections of:

 

 A. Farias Street between Davis and Main Avenues, including a remaining portion of right-of-way between the west right-of-way line of Main Avenue and the east right-of-way line of the Union Pacific Railroad Company;

 

 B. Davis Avenue between Ortiz Street and the west right-of-way line of Sta. Maria Avenue, including the intersection;

 

C.    Main Avenue between the north right-of-way line of Ortiz Street and the east right-of-way line of the Union Pacific Railroad Company including the intersection;

 

All said streets are situated in the Western Division, City of Laredo, County of Webb, Texas, and providing for an effective date.

 

2004-O-170      Authorizing the City Manager to execute an Assignment of the lease agreement approved by Ordinance No. 2001-O-042 dated February 20, 2001, as amended, between the City of Laredo, as Lessor, and Fedlaredo Partnership, L.P., a  Pennsylvania limited partnership. Said Lease Assignment is to GLK, L.P., a Washington limited partnership, as Assignee, for approximately 2.82 acres at the Laredo International Airport; providing for an effective date.

 

X.                 RESOLUTIONS

 

5.               2004-R-049    A resolution of support for the water use strategy of sea water desalination for the purposes of providing additional sources of water for the Rio Grande basin.

 

6.               2004-R-057    Declaring the public necessity to acquire the “Surface Only” of one parcel of land for the Riverfront Development Project.  Said parcel being the South 69.44 feet of Lot 1, Block 50, Western Division, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas; as delineated on attached copy of City Plat; and authorizing staff to negotiate with the owner for the acquisition of said parcel by purchase at a market value to be established by a State Certified Real Estate Appraiser, and further authorizing the City Attorney to initiate condemnation proceedings to acquire said parcel if staff is unable to acquire due to inability to agree to a purchase price, conflict of ownership, owner refusal to sell, and/or inability to locate the listed owner.

 

7.               2004-R-058    Accepting the donation of one utility easement from Yolanda Avitia for the right-of-way acquisition, Ranchitos 359 East Subdivision project.  This being a strip of land 15 feet in width, containing 3,209.25 square feet or 0.074 of an acre, more or less, and being situated in porcion 31, abstract 3116, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas, and described by metes and bounds and survey attached as Exhibits A and B.

 

8.               2004-R-059    Accepting the donation of one utility easement from Teodoro Delgado and wife Hermelinda Delgado for the right-of-way acquisition, Ranchitos 359 East Subdivision project.  This being a strip of land 15 feet in width, containing 3,209.25 square feet or 0.074 of an acre, more or less, and being situated in porcion 31, abstract 3116, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas, and described by metes and bounds and survey attached as Exhibits A and B.

 

9.               2004-R-060    Accepting the donation of one utility easement from Luz Olivia Gonzalez for the Pueblo Nuevo Subdivision easement acquisition project.  This being a 0.02066 of an acre, more or less, parcel, which is out of Lot 6, Block 10, Pueblo Nuevo Subdivision, described by metes and bounds and survey attached as Exhibits A and B.

 

10.           2004-R-061    Accepting the donation of one utility easement from Francisco Guerra, Jr., and the Guerra Living Trust for the right-of-way acquisition, Laredo Ranchettes, Inc. project.  This being a strip of land generally 30 feet in width, containing 25,432.52 square feet of 0.584 of an acre, more or less, and being situated in porcion 31, abstract 3116, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas, and described by metes and bounds and survey attached as Exhibits A and B.

 

11.           2004-R-062    Accepting the donation of one utility easement from Manuel Gutierrez and wife, Maria Del Socorro Gutierrez, and Jose D.    Martinez and wife, Sandra G. Martinez, for the right-of-way acquisition, Laredo Ranchettes, Inc. project.  This being a strip of land generally 30 feet in width, containing 12,301.29 square feet or 0.28 of an acre, more or less, and being situated in porcion 32, abstract 296, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas, and described by metes and bounds and survey attached as Exhibits A and B.

 

12.           2004-R-063    Accepting donation of one utility easement from Juan Manuel Molina, Jr., for the right-of-way acquisition, San Carlos Subdivision, Phase I project.  This being a strip of land 15 feet in width, containing 225.00 square feet or 0.005 of an acre, more or less, and being situated in porcion 32, abstract 296, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas, and described by metes and bounds and survey attached as Exhibits A and B.

 

13.           2004-R-065    Authorizing the City Manager to submit a grant application to the South Texas Development Council (STDC) in the amount of $35,000.00 with no matching funds required. Funds will be used to promote two (2) electronic waste (e-waste) recycling events, as well as for disposal fees for the materials collected.

 

14.           2004-R-066    Ratifying the City Manager’s submittal of a grant application to the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s US-Mexico Border Program in the amount of $30,000.00 with the City designating $1,500.00 in matching funds for a total of $31,500.00 for the Los Dos Laredos Early Childhood Education Program for the Environmental Services Department.

 

XI.               MOTIONS

 

15.           Appointment of Mayor Pro Tempore as per Ordinance # 90-O-101, which sets the second meeting of the month of May or at the first meeting after all Council Members are elected and qualified, City Council shall confirm one of the Council Members who shall be known and designated as Mayor Pro Tempore.

 

16.           Consideration to authorize the purchase and installation of a sports lighting system for the Lafayette Neighborhood Park. The sports lighting system covers the skate park, the basketball pavilion under the existing canopy, and security lighting of the entire park.  Contract will be awarded to Musco Lighting System through the Texas Local Government Purchasing Cooperative (Buy Board) contract in the total amount of $99,200.00.  The system includes delivery and installation at the job site (1900 Lafayette).  Funding is available in the 29th Action Year – 2003 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG).

 

17.           Consideration to authorize the purchase and installation at the Santa Fe Neighborhood Park of one Little League Baseball Sports Lighting System, lighting for three (3) recreational basketball courts and lighting for the entire recreational park from Musco Lighting System through the Texas Local Government Purchasing Cooperative (Buy Board) contract in the total amount of $129,800.00.  Utilizing the Buy Board contract pricing, this sports lighting system will be installed and delivered at the Santa Fe Neighborhood Recreational Park located at the corner of Canones & Organo.  Funding is available in the 29th Action Year – 2003 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG).

 

18.           Authorizing the City Manager to acquire the “Surface Only” of Lots 2 & 3, Block 1719, Eastern Division, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas; for an amount not to exceed $24,000.00.  Said property acquisition to be consummated through the use of Laredo City Council District II discretionary funds.

 

19.           Refund of property tax to the following taxpayers and companies:

1.               A refund in the amount of $972.13 payable to 3 M Rental due to a double payment.  Account # 550-01330-080

2.               A refund in the amount of $531.87 payable to Neel Title Corporation due to a double payment. Account # 107-00313-040

3.               A refund in the amount of $935.89 payable to John Patrick Hearn due to a double payment. Account # 909-00014-306

 

20.           Consideration to award contract number FY04-099 to the Low Bidder, Union Metal Corp., Pipe Creek, TX, in the amount of $45,315.00 for the purchase of traffic poles, mast arms, and related items. These are for two new traffic signal installations.  Funding is available in the Traffic Safety Capital Improvement Projects account.

 

21.           Authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract Renewal Agreement of a Professional Services Contract entered into with W.D. Schock Company, Inc., on February 18, 2003, for the rendering of certain administrative and management services for the Airport Residential Sound Reduction Program, as part of the overall City of Laredo International Airport Noise Compatibility Program.  Said contract Renewal Agreement in the amount of $560,872.00 is for the completion of Phase III (thirty homes) of Sound Reduction Program and may not exceed eighteen (18) months, beginning July 1, 2004, and ending December 31, 2005.  Funding is available in FAA grant # 35.

 

22.           Authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract for prenatal and family planning services entered into with Texas Department of Health in the amount not to exceed $429,707.00 for the provision of prenatal, preventive, primary child health, and family planning services for Title V eligible clients.  The contract for prenatal is in the amount of $347,956.00 and $81,751.00 for family planning services.  This contract will begin on September 1, 2004, through August 31, 2005. 

 

23.           Authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract for services for tuberculosis prevention and control entered into with Texas Department of Health in the amount not to exceed $205,860.00 for the provision of basic and outreach services, to individual with tuberculosis (TB) or are at high risk of developing TB.  This contract will begin on September 1, 2004, through August 31, 2005

           

XII.             GENERAL COUNCIL DISCUSSIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

 

24.            

A.                 Request by Council Member Hector J. Garcia

1.               Update on all projects pending for District II.

2.               Discussion with possible action replacing dim lights down Arkansas.   

3.               Discussion with possible action on moving/upgrading the water station on Hwy 359.  

           

B.                Request by Mayor Pro-Tempore John C. Galo

1.               Motion to reimburse up to $100.00 per month to the tennis pro at the Market Street courts for the purchase of tennis balls for the rest of the fiscal year and to ask staff to bring back to City Council estimates for additional wind screens and for misters to be placed under the patio area, as well as a spray module.

2.               Discussion regarding the dumping problem on the first block of Buena Vista, south of Chacon Creek, with possible action.

 

C.                Request by Council Member Gene Belmares

1.               Discussion with possible action on creating a farmer’s market.

2.               Discussion with possible action on creating an Ordinance Review Committee.

3.               Discussion with possible action on amending the Ordinance that creates the Historic District/Landmark Board.

 

D.                Request by Council Member Jose A. Valdez, Jr.

1.               Discussion with possible action to consider amending the Land Development Code and differentiate splash parks from swimming pools in relation to the number of parking spaces required.

2.               Discussion with possible action to consider common parking areas for such projects as joint use community centers, etc.

 

E.                 Request by Council Member Juan Ramirez

1.               Discussion with possible action on resurfacing San Bernardo Avenue from Jefferson to Scott Street.

2.               Discussion with possible action on extending the bus route to the Villa Del Rio Subdivision.

3.               Discussion with possible action on placing Council Member requests at the beginning of the agenda.

 

XIII.           EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

The City Council hereby reserves the right to go into executive session at any time during this public meeting, if such is requested by the City Attorney or other legal counsel for the City, pursuant to his or her duty under Section 551.071(2) of the Government Code, to consult privately with his or her client on an item on the agenda, or on a matter arising out of such item.

 

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

 

25.             Consideration to exercise the option year for contract FY03-049 awarded to the lowest bidder, National Embroiders, for the purchase of operator and supervisor uniforms in the estimated annual amount of $35,354.34.  Funding is available in the Transit Systems budget.

 

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

 

XVI.         ADJOURNMENT

 

This notice was posted at the Municipal Government Offices, 1110 Houston Street, Laredo, Texas, at a place convenient and readily accessible to the public at all times. Said notice was posted on June 30, 2004 at 6:00 p.m.

                                                                       

 

                                                                        _____________________________________

                                                                        Gustavo Guevara, Jr.

               City Secretary