CITY OF LAREDO

CITY COUNCIL MEETING

A-2006-R-19

CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS

1110 HOUSTON STREET

LAREDO, TEXAS 78040

OCTOBER 3, 2006

5:30 P.M.

 

DISABILITY ACCESS STATEMENT

CANCELLEDPersons 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.

 

Out of consideration for all attendees of the City Council meetings, please turn off all cellular phones and pagers, or place on inaudible signal.  Thank you for your consideration.

 

I.                    CALL TO ORDER

 

II.                  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

III.                ROLL CALL

 

IV.               MINUTES

 

Approval of the minutes of July 3, 2006, July 10, 2006 and July 17, 2006.

 

V.                 COMMUNICATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS

 

Announcements

 

Invitations

 

Recognitions

a.      Recognition of 10-year old Anthony Palacios, a J.Z. Leyendecker Elementary School student, for his athleticism and outstanding boxing record with Davalos Boxing Club that includes a total of 15 bouts in 2005-2006 with an 11-4 record.

 

b.      Recognition of Christina Fracchia with the City of Laredo Non-Profit and Volunteer Center on her selection as the exclusive representative for the Laredo TXDOT District of the Adopt A Highway Program.

                                  

Communiqués

 

VI.               APPOINTMENTS TO COMMISSIONS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES

a.      Appointment by Council Member Mike Garza of Joe Martinez to the Telecommunications Commission, replacing Albert Blanco.

 

b.      Appointment by Council Member Hector J. Garcia of Rene Gonzalez to the Third Party Funding Advisory Committee.

 

VII.             PUBLIC HEARINGS

 

1.          Public hearing and introductory ordinance amending Chapter 24, Article IV, effects of districts and general regulations section 24-63.2: permitted land uses of the Laredo Land Development Code, to designate an adult day care center as an allowable land use in a B-4. (Highway Commercial District); providing for publication and effective date. 

 

2.          Public hearing and introduction of ordinance amending Chapter 24, Article IV, Supplementary Zoning District Regulations Section 24-65.14: B-4 Highway Commercial District, Paragraph (16) amusement redemption machine establishment provisions, Subparagraphs (a) (4) and (c), of the Laredo Land Development Code, by deleting subparagraphs (a)(4),which establishes location requirements of one thousand (1000) feet of another Amusement Redemption Machine Facility, and amending (c), which establishes measurement  criteria for Amusement Redemption Machine Establishments, providing for publication and effective date. 

 

3.          Public hearing and introductory ordinance authorizing the City Manager to accept a direct aid grant from the Texas State Library Loan Star Libraries Program in the amount of $14,736.00 for new computers and equipment and amending the City of Laredo FY 2006-2007 Annual Budget to reflect revenues in the amount of $960.00 and expenditures in the amount of $2,236.00.

 

4.          Public hearing and introductory ordinance amending Ordinance No. 2006-O-185, dated August 28, 2006, which authorized the City Manager to accept a $5,000.00 donation from AT&T and amending the City of Laredo Fiscal Year 2005-2006 General Fund Annual Budget by appropriating revenues and expenditures in the amount of $5,000.00 in the form of a donation for the sponsorship of Avery Johnson Summer Camp.

 

5.          Public hearing and introductory ordinance amending Ordinance No. 2006-O-209, dated September 5, 2006, which authorized the City Manager to accept a $3,000.00 donation from Paul Young Properties, LTD, and amending the City of Laredo’s 2006 Certificate of Obligation Bond Fund by appropriating revenues and expenditures in the amount of $3,000.00 in the form of a donation for the purpose of building a perimeter fence at the Eastwoods Park.

 

6.          Public hearing and introductory ordinance amending the Code of Ordinance of the City of Laredo, Chapter 2, Article V. Boards, Commissions, Councils, etc., Division 4. Convention & Visitors Bureau Advisory Board, Sec. 2-227. Meetings, by amending Sections F and G.

 

7.          Public hearing and introductory ordinance amending the City of Laredo Fiscal Year 2006-2007 annual budget by appropriating expenditures in the amount of $546,000.00 in the Laredo Police Department Trust Fund.  Funding will be used to purchase operational materials and supplies and capital outlay equipment.  Items include computer support equipment and other needed items.  Funding is available in Police Trust Fund opening balance.

 

8.          Public hearing and introductory ordinance amending the City of Laredo Fiscal Year 2007 General Obligation Debt Service Fund along with the Water and Sewer System Fund Budgets by drawing down $1,658,200 from General Obligation Debt Service Fund and transferring out $1,167,200.00 and $491,000.00 to Water and Sewer System Funds respectively.  These funds will be appropriated and transferred in from General Obligation Debt Service in Water and Sewer System Funds for the acquisition of automotive, machinery and equipment.   

 

9.          Public hearing and introductory ordinance amending the City of Laredo Fiscal Year 2007 General Fund along with the Contractual Obligation Fund by drawing down $640,000.00 from the opening fund balance and transferring out to the Contractual Obligation Fund.  These funds will be appropriated and transferred in from General Fund to the Contractual Obligation Fund for the acquisition of two ambulances, one 1) fire engine and fifty AR-15 rifles for the Fire and Police Departments respectively.

 

(Recess)

(Press Availability)

 

VIII.           INTRODUCTORY ORDINANCES

 

10.      Authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents to effectively convey a 2,652.66 square foot easement to AEP Texas Central Company to install underground utility lines to serve the City of Laredo Seven Flags Park.  Said 2,652.66 square foot easement being out of Lot Nos. 2, 3, 4 & 5, Block No. 239, Eastern Division, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas; as described by Metes and Bounds and Survey attached as Exhibits A and B; and providing for an effective date.

 

11.      Authorizing the City Manager to execute a lease with M & M Air Cargo and Delivery Service, Inc. for approximately 11,988 square feet constituting Sections 2 and 3 and Building No. 170 located at 5103 Maher Avenue at the Laredo International Airport.  Lease term is for five (5) years commencing on May 1, 2006 and ending on April 30, 2011.  Monthly rent shall be $5,275.00 and will be adjusted annually according to changes in the Consumer Price Index; providing for an effective date.

 

12.      Authorizing the City Manager to execute a lease with UETA of Texas, Inc. Hollywood, Florida for the lease of a parking lot located on a tract of approximately 82,823 sq. ft. of vega land bounded by Main Avenue, Ventura Street, River Road and Santa Cleotilde Avenue currently known as the Rio Grande Plaza Hotel parking lot.  UETA of Texas, Inc. has proposed to lease from the city this tract of land at a yearly rate of $52,000.00.  The initial term of this lease contract shall be for a period of twenty years with an option to renew for one additional ten year period.  A market analysis will be conducted every five years to determine the fair market of this property and lease will be negotiated every five years.

 

IX.               FINAL READING OF ORDINANCES 

 

13.       

2006-O-234      Amending Chapter 7 of the Code of Ordinance as follows: 

1)     Adopting the 2006 edition of the International Building Code by amending Sections 7-1 and 7-2; and

2)     Adopting the 2006 edition of the International Mechanical Code, by amending Section 7-4; and

3)     Adopting the 2006 Edition of the International Residential Code by amending Section 7-7; and

4)     Adopting the 2006 Edition of the International Property Maintenance Code by adding new Section 7-8; and

5)     Adopting the International Energy Conservation Code by adding new Section 7-9; and

6)     Adopting the 2006 Edition of the International Existing Building Code, by adding new Section 7-10; and

7)     Increasing the re-inspection fee from twenty dollars ($20.00) to fifty dollars ($50.00) and providing for publication and an effective date.  (As amended)

 

2006-O-235       Amending Chapter 25 [Plumbing] of the Code of Ordinance as follows:

1)     Amending Section 25-3 to adopt the 2006 edition as International Plumbing Code; and

2)     Adding new Section 25-6 [International Fuel Gas Code Adopted], thereby adopting the 2006 edition of the International Fuel Gas Code; and

3)     Adding new Section 25-7 International Private Sewage Disposal Code thereby adopting the 2006 edition of the International Private Sewage Disposal Code, and increasing the re-inspection fee from twenty dollars ($20.00) to fifty dollars ($50.00); and providing for publication and an effective date.  (As amended)

 

2006-O-243      Amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning Lot 7, Block 3, Moreno Addition, located at 1818 Diaz Avenue, from R-1 (Single Family Residential District) to R-3 (Mixed Residential District); providing for publication and effective date.  The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the zone change.

 

2006-O-244      Amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by authorizing a Special Use Permit and two drilling permits for oil and/or gas extraction on 1.54 acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit “A”, located on the northeast corner of Ejido Avenue and Cielito Lindo Boulevard; providing for publication and effective date.  The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the Special Use Permit.

 

2006-O-245      Amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning Lot 2, Block 59, Calton Gardens Subdivision, located at 104 East Calton Road, from B-1 (Limited Commercial District) to B-3 (Community Business District); providing for publication and effective date.  The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the zone change.  

 

2006-O-246      Amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by authorizing a Conditional Use Permit for a photo studio/shop on Lot 6 and South ½ of Lot 4, Block 1650, Eastern Division, located at 1910 Arkansas Avenue; providing for publication and effective date.  The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the conditional use permit. (As amended)

 

2006-O-247      Amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by authorizing a Conditional Use Permit for a bar/night club on Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14, Block 1, Vista Hermosa Subdivision Unit III, located at 5517 McPherson Avenue, Units F, G & H; providing for publication and effective date.  The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the Conditional Use Permit.  (As amended)

                                                                   

2006-O-248      Amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning 3.34 acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit “A,” located on the southwest corner of La Pita Mangana Road and Wright Way, from R-1 (Single Family Residential District) to B-3 (Community Business District); providing for publication and effective date.  The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended denial of the proposed zone change.

 

2006-O-249      Authorizing the City Manager to amend the City of Laredo Fiscal Year 2005-2006 annual budget by increasing revenues and expenditures of $13,183.00 in additional funds totaling $118,654.00 from the Texas Health and Human Services Commission for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP); extending the grant period three additional months, from September 1, 2006 through November 30, 2006; and authorizing the City Manager to execute said contract.

 

2006-O-250      Amending the City of Laredo FY 2005-2006 budget by appropriating revenues and expenditures from the Texas Department of State Health Services for three Health Department Public Health Preparedness and Epidemiology Program (PHP) contract attachments as follows:

1)     Accepting $205,516.00 in additional funds for PHP Attachment No. 09B and extending the grant period (ends December 31, 2006), an additional eight (8) months, from September 1, 2005, through August 31, 2007. 

2)     Accepting $5,000 in funds for PHP Attachment No. 12A for storage of a CHEMPACK container as part of its response preparedness activities; from January 1, 2006, through August 31, 2007. 

3)     Accepting $750,000 in funds from PHP Attachment No. 01 for renovation of the Department’s Laboratory to a functional Bio-Safety Level-3 facility, term from September 1, 2006 through August 31, 2007

 

2006-O-251      Amending the City of Laredo Code of Ordinances Chapter 2 titled “Administration”, Article VI “Investment Policy” Section 2-268 “Investment Strategy” by adding Subsection D “Diversification” and adopting the City of Laredo Investment Policy to comply with Public Funds Investment Act Chapter 2256, Texas Government Code.                   

 

2006-O-252      Closing as a public easement the south one half section of New York Avenue between Reynolds and O’kane Streets, situated in the Eastern Division, City of Laredo, County of Webb, Texas, and providing for an effective date.

 

2006-O-253      Authorizing the City Manager to execute a ground lease with Nextel WIP Lease Corporation, a Delaware Corporation, dba Nextel Partners, for ground space at 1902 Lafayette, Laredo, Webb County, Texas, and being more fully described in Exhibit “A” of lease agreement, to construct on such premises and equipment building and self-supporting type tower (“Tower”), more fully described in Exhibit “C” of the lease agreement, for the purpose of providing cell services and for co-locations, if provided by Landlord, and related equipment building for use in connection with its communication business.  Term of the lease is five (5) years commencing October 3, 2006 and ending October 2, 2011, with an option for four (4) successive renewal terms of five (5) years.  The annual base rent shall be $15,000.00 each year during the term of the lease and will be increased by five percent (5%) on each anniversary of the commencement date, providing for an effective date.

 

2006-O-254      Amending chapter 19 Motor Vehicle and Traffic, Article VIII, Stopping, Standing or Parking, Section 19-360, Parking Meters, to revise Section (a) and increase the existing two-hour parking time limit to four-hours for all parking meters located north of Houston Street, east of Santa Maria Avenue, west of San Eduardo Avenue, and south of Scott Street, providing for severability, publication, and effective date.

 

X.                 RESOLUTIONS

 

14.      2006-R-091     Honoring Firefighter, radio technician and shop foreman Oscar Jaime “Jimmy” Rodriguez for his dedicated years of service to the community; and for being a model citizen in the City of Laredo as a loving husband, father, son, brother, uncle, grandfather and man that was cherished by all who knew him and who will be missed.

 

15.      2006-R-095     Authorizing the City Manager to execute Grant Agreement CSJ No. M722LREDO with the Texas Department of Transportation under the Routine Airport Maintenance Program in the amount of $50,000.00 for the purpose of airside and landside maintenance at the Laredo International Airport.  The City’s fifty percent (50%) local match for this project in the amount of $50,000.00 is available in the Airport Operations and Airport Construction Fund.

 

16.      2006-R-096       Authorizing the City Manager to execute an Interlocal Agreement between the City of Freer and the City of Laredo for the collection of Landfill Fees for disposal of garbage at the City’s landfill site at a reduced rate of thirty ($30.00) dollars per ton for a fourteen (14) month term, effective October 2, 2006.

 

17.      2006-R-097       A resolution expressing official intent to reimburse General Fund the cost of $640,000.00 associated with the acquisition of two (2) ambulances, one (1) fire engine and fifty AR-15 rifles for the Fire and Police Departments respectively.  Upon the sale of a proposed Personal Property Finance Contractual Obligation (PPFCO), the General Fund will be reimbursed for any cost associated with the previously mentioned equipment.

 

XI.               MOTIONS

 

18.      Authorizing the City Manager to acquire through negotiations, the “Surface Only” of a 0.28 (12,012 square feet) acre, more or less, parcel of land for the Flecha Lane Drainage Improvements Project.  Said parcel being situated in Porcion 22, Abstract 277, out of the 15 acre Perez Tract recorded in Volume 207, Pages 278-282 of the Webb County Deed Records, to be acquired in an amount not to exceed $5,285.00, plus incidental expenses.  This will be a voluntary transaction.  Funding is available in the 2005 C. O. Bond. 

 

19.      Authorizing the City Manager to approve Amendment No.1 in the amount of $72,000.00 for professional engineering services to Carter & Burgess, Inc. for the design of Phase II of the pump repair project at the Jefferson WTP Raw Water Pumphouse #2.  Funding is available in the Utilities 2004 B Revenue Bond. 

 

20.      Authorizing the City Manager to award a professional engineering services contract to LNV Engineering of Corpus Christi, Texas in the amount of $64,700.00 for the design of the construction repair of Primary Clarifier No. 2 of the Jefferson Street Water Treatment Plant. Funding is available in the Utilities 2006 Revenue Bond.

 

21.      Amending federal and state legislative agendas to include support for more programs for people with special needs; and support to continue administration of Commodity Supplemental Food Program for Elderly offered by the South Texas Food Bank. 

 

22.      Authorizing the City Manager to execute a professional services renewal contract with Carlos J. Romero, D.D.S., in the amount of up to $40,000, to provide public health services to clients of the Dental Clinic of the City of Laredo Health Department for the period beginning October 1, 2006, through September 30, 2007.  Funds to be utilized are from the Texas Department of State Health Services Title V-Dental budget.

 

23.      Consideration to exercise the renewal option for contract number FY06-003 awarded to the sole bidder, Delta House Electric, Freer, Texas, in the estimated annual amount of $180,000.00 for providing electric motor repair service for the Utilities Department.  All repair work will be secured on an as needed basis.  Funding is available in the Utilities Department Fund.

 

24.      Consideration to award contract number FY06-130, to the low bidders, National Waterworks, Inc., San Antonio, Texas, in the estimated amount of $207,828.94; Ferguson Waterworks, McAllen, Texas in the estimated amount of $125,633.98; and Titan Pipe and Supply, Pharr, Texas, in the estimated amount of $113,033.50 for the purchase of mechanical joint fittings, valve boxes and pipe tubing for the Utilities Department.  Staff is requesting authorization to request price quotes as needed for the purchase of copper pipe from National Waterworks and Ferguson Waterworks due to the fluctuating price of this commodity.  These materials are purchased on an as needed basis by the Utilities Department - Water Operations Division for construction and repair projects.  Funding is available in the Utilities Department budget.

 

25.      Consideration to authorize the City Manager to negotiate and execute contracts with U.S. and Mexico print, billboard, and electronic media vendors listed in the CVB Fiscal Year 2006-2007 Media Plan. Media plan advertisements for the Laredo Convention & Visitors Bureau will be placed beginning October 2006. Funding is available in the CVB Marketing Division Budget.

 

26.      Consideration to authorize the City Manager to place work orders with several advertising agencies during Fiscal Year 2006-2007 for the design and production of advertisements and marketing to promote Laredo as a destination.  Funding is available in the CVB Marketing Division Budget.

 

27.      Consideration for approval to award a professional services contract to Porras Engineering Company, Laredo, Texas, for an amount not to exceed $118,300.00 for design and preparation of plans specifications for the Springfield Avenue North extension.  Funding is available in 2006 Bond Issue.

 

28.      Approval of a contract with Miller & Van Eaton, P.L.L.C., to advise the city on telecommunications and cable issues and transactions as requested by the City of Laredo from time to time.  The contract term for this engagement is two (2) years beginning October 1, 2006 and ending September 30, 2008; not to exceed $50,000.00 per fiscal year. Funding is available in the ITSS department budget and Fiscal Year 2008 funds are subject to availability. 

 

29.      Authorizing the City Manager to enter into a contract with Catholic Social Services of Laredo, Inc. (CSSL) in the amount of $45,135.00 to administer the City’s Fiscal Year 2006-2007 General Welfare Assistance Program through which rental, utility, transportation, and health care assistance is provided to indigent individuals and families residing in the community.  The contract would cover expenditures for the period for October 1, 2006 through September 30, 2007.  Up to $40,622.00 of the General Welfare funds would be designated for the assistance of indigent individuals and families of low income, while $4,513.00 (approx. 10%) will be allocated to cover administrative expenses to include:  overhead, wages and office supply costs incurred by Catholic Social Services.

 

30.      Consideration to authorize the City Manager to execute a contract with Laredo Morning Times (LMT) who will design, produce, sell advertising and print the 2007 Laredo / Nuevo Laredo Official Visitors Guide. LMT will print, at no cost to the City of Laredo, 130,000 copies of the guide which is a 76 -page full color magazine featuring “Los Dos Laredos”. The guide will be produced under the direction of the Laredo Convention & Visitors Bureau relative to style, design, and editorial content.

 

31.      Authorizing the City Manager to initiate a vehicle allowance for the Mayor’s Position with an amount not to exceed $1,200.00 monthly.

 

XII.             STAFF REPORTS

 

32.      Presentation by Butch Gaut of First Transit on El Metro’s Comprehensive Operational Analysis.

 

XIII.           GENERAL COUNCIL DISCUSSIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

 

33.       

A.                 Request by Mayor Raul G. Salinas

1.                  Discussion with possible action on naming a Blue Ribbon Committee for International Trade comprised of representatives from both sides of the border.

 

2.                  Discussion with possible action on naming a Blue Ribbon Committee to address local public health issues comprised of medical professionals and concerned citizens.

 

3.                  Status report on rate increase for taxi cab fares.

 

4.                  Discussion with possible action to amend the Priority Procedures manual for the Mayor and City Council, specifically the section entitled Priority II, item IV. Agenda, by adding a citizen comments section under “Communications and Recognitions.”

 

B.                 Request by Council Member Mike Garza

1.           Discussion with possible action on differential pay for military personnel on active duty, including "Operation Jump Start."

 

2.           Discussion with possible action on the naming of City facilities.

 

B.                 Request by Council Member Dr. Michael Landeck

1.           Discussion with possible action on Laredo’s security situation and issues related to police staffing, equipment and resources.   (Co-sponsored by Mayor Raul G. Salinas)

 

C.                Request by Council Member Gene Belmares

1.           Discussion with possible action on securing funding for the San Isidro/McPherson traffic light.

 

2.           Discussion with possible action on the installation of a speed humps on the 400 & 500 blocks of Merlin Drive, and appropriating funds from District VI discretionary funds.

 

3.           Discussion with possible action on elevating the Park Dedication Ordinance Sub Committee from Planning and Zoning to a City Council Ad Hoc Committee with City Council reappointing its current membership.  (Co-sponsored by Council Member Dr. Michael Landeck)

 

D.                Request by Mayor Pro-Tempore Juan Ramirez

1.           Discussion with possible action on recent code enforcement action regarding abandoned buildings located downtown.

 

2.           Discussion with possible action on allowing vendors to resubmit bids for the available sites located at following intersections:  Grant and Salinas; Farragut and Flores; Convent and Iturbide; Lincoln and Convent; Hidalgo and Convent; Zaragoza and Convent; Salinas and Lincoln; Santa Maria and Zaragoza; and Flores and Hidalgo.

 

3.           Status report on the El Portal Project.

 

4.           Discussion with possible action regarding juvenile delinquency in our community.

 

XIV.         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.

 

34.      Request for Executive Session pursuant to V.T.C.A., Government Code Section 551.071 (2) to consult with the City Attorney to obtain legal advice regarding the proposed retail lease agreement for the Bridge of the Americas between the City of Laredo and Khaledi Bridge of the Americas, LTD., and pursuant to V.T.C.A., Government Code Section 551.072 to deliberate the subject lease because deliberation in an open session would have a detrimental effect on the position of the City and return to open session for discussion and possible action on same.

 

35.      Request for Executive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.072 in order to deliberate on the value of, and possible exchange of an approximate 88.6913 acre tract of non-aeronautical use real property located along the east side of Bob Bullock Loop across from airport passenger terminal at the Laredo International Airport, because deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the position of City Council in negotiations with third person; and return to open session for possible action.

 

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

                       

36.      Consideration to award a contract to the sole source provider, Trapeze Software Group, Inc., in the amount of $69,350.00 for the purchase of a fixed route scheduling software.  Funding is available in Transit System Capital Grants Fund-Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Grant X438.

 

37.      Consideration to waive the bus and fare collection during Communities in Motion on October 5, 2006.  This action will give El Metro an opportunity to attract new customers and educate our community on the importance of public transportation.  The estimated revenue loss is $8,000.00.

 

38.      Consideration to award contract (FY 06-107) to the low bidder, C. W. Tenorio Security, Laredo, Texas, in the estimated annual amount of $78,624.00 for providing security guard services for the Transit Center and Maintenance Facility.  Funding is available in the El Metro Operations and Transit Center Funds.

 

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

 

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 Thursday, September 28, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.     

 

 

 

 

                                                                        Gustavo Guevara, Jr.

                                                                        City Secretary