CITY OF LAREDO
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
LAREDO, TEXAS 78040
NOVEMBER 3, 2008
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CALL TO ORDER
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Approval of the minutes of July 21, 2008 and July 30, 2008.
COMMUNICATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS
La Reynera Bakery on their 80th Anniversary of being in business at the same
location of 1819 San Bernardo.
Council Member James Rodriguez and Anthony Hall, Chief
Administrator for the City of Houston, will thank the City of Laredo staff
and constituents for their support during Hurricane Ike.
Citizens are required to fill out a witness card
and identify themselves at the microphone.
Comments should be relevant to City business and delivered in a
professional manner. No derogatory
remarks will be permitted. There is a
time limit of three minutes per speaker.
APPOINTMENTS TO COMMISSIONS, BOARDS AND
by Mayor Raul G. Salinas of Council Member Juan Narvaez to the Community
Action Agency Advisory Board.
to the City Charter Review Commission:
Salinas Madeline Escoto
Member Mike Garza Jesse Guillen
Member Hector Garcia John Galo
Member Michael Landeck Salvador Tellez
Member Juan Narvaez Andy
Member Cynthia Liendo Espinoza Jesus
hearing and introductory ordinance amending
Article XII, Chapter 19, Division 2, Section 19-562 (c) of the Code of
Ordinances to include and implement a new downtown trolley service route free
of charge to the public for the purpose of promoting the historical downtown
area; providing for an effective date and publication.
hearing and introductory ordinance amending
the City of Laredo 2008-2009 Special Police Annual Budget by reducing
revenues and expenditures in the amount of $119,657.00. The Office of Justice Programs is contributing
the full grant amount of $40,343.00 with no match amount obligated by the
City of Laredo. The City of Laredo and
Webb County will each receive $20,171.50.
The City of Laredo will utilize this funding for the purchase of
equipment for Homeland Security purposes by the Laredo Police Department for
the period of October 1, 2007 through September 30, 2011.
3. Public hearing and introductory ordinance authorizing the City Manager to
accept a Direct Aid Grant from the Texas Library Loan Star Libraries Program
in the amount of $30,709.00 for new public computers and replacement hardware
and amending the City of Laredo Fiscal Year 2008-2009 annual budget revenues
and expenditures by decreasing the amount by $19,921.00
hearing and introductory ordinance authorizing the City Manager to amend
the Fiscal Year 2008-2009 Transit Capital Grants Budget in the amount of
$850,164.00 by appropriating Capital funds from the Federal Transit
Administration, Section 5309 E-2006-BUSP-972, in the amount of $680,130.00 in
Federal match and $170,034.00 in Local match by increasing the sales tax
match. The sales tax match
expenditures will increase from $194,000.00 to $364,034.00 and reserve
appropriation will decrease from $841,218.00 to $671,184.00.
hearing for the voluntary annexation of four
(4) tracts of land (Tract 1: El Portal
Industrial Park Tract – 183.26 acres, more or less; Tract 2: Las Ventanas Tract – 0.03 acres, more or less;
Tract 3: N. D. Hachar Tract – 80.00
acres, more or less; Tract 4: Killam
Quiote Tract – 101.06 acres, more or less); for a total of 364.35 acres, more
or less, as described in the attached tract summaries, as required by Section
43.063 of the Texas Local Government Code.
an appeal of the denial order issued on September 18, 2008, by the Historic
District/Landmark Board regarding the facade alteration:
Location: South 53.1’ of 5 Ex-Trapezoidal Strip on East Side,
Block 41, Western Division
Commonly known as: 1110 Lincoln St.
Petitioner: Wolf Hofman
Old Mercado Historic District
Amending the City of
Laredo Code of Ordinances, Chapter 2, Article II, Section 2-16, “Departments
of the City” which sets forth the departments of the City, by restructuring
the Economic Development Department whereby the Convention and Visitors
Bureau Division will become the Convention & Visitors Bureau Department
and providing for severability and an effective date.
Authorizing the City Manager to execute Supplemental Lease Agreement
No. 3 to Lease No. GS-07B-15259 approved by Ordinance No. 2002-O-325 dated
December 16, 2002, amended by Ordinance No. 2005-O-112 dated May 16, 2005,
and further amended by Ordinance No. 2008-O-090 dated May 5, 2008, with
General Services Administration for approximately 1,313 square feet
constituting office space occupied by the Transportation Security
Administration (TSA) located at 5210 Bob Bullock Loop at the Laredo
International Airport. Said
Supplemental Lease Agreement No. 3 extends the lease term five (5) years
until November 17, 2013, with two (2) years firm and 30-day termination
rights. The monthly rent amount is
increased to $4,376.67 and shall be adjusted annually according to changes in
the Consumer Price Index. All other
terms and conditions of lease remain unchanged and in effect; providing for
an effective date.
Authorizing the City
Manager to execute an amendment to the Foreign-Trade Zone (FTZ) Operations
Agreement approved on March 27, 2006, by Ordinance No. 2006-O-057 by and on
behalf of the City of Laredo, Grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone No. 94 and Bruni
International Inc., as Zone Site Operator.
Said Amendment will change the FTZ Operator name from Bruni International,
Inc. to NYK Logistics (Americas) Inc.
All other terms and conditions shall remain unchanged and in effect;
providing for an effective date.
the City Manager to execute a lease with the Washington’s Birthday
Celebration Association, Inc., (W.B.C.A.) for approximately ten (10.0) acres
of concrete ramp located on the West General Aviation parking ramp of the Air
Operations Area to include City owned vacant non-aeronautical use land
located at the Laredo International Airport
for the purpose of hosting the 2009 W.B.C.A. Air Show. Lease term is for two (2) days commencing
on February 14, 2009 and ending on February 15, 2009. City Council finds and declares that a
valid public purpose would be served in setting the daily rental fee at
$1.00; providing for an effective date.
Authorizing the City Manager to convey to
Gerardo G. Salinas and Frances Salinas, the following two tracts of land:
Lot 24, block
2 (of 0.0547 of an acre), Hilltop Subdivision, Phase II, as described in
Exhibit “A”, & Lot 7, Block 4, (of 0.2631 of an acre), Hilltop
Subdivision, Phase II, as described in Exhibit “B,” in exchange for the following from Gerardo
and Frances Salinas:
(1) conveyance to the City of Lot 1, block 5,
(of 0.0382 acre), Hilltop Subdivision, Phase II, as described in Exhibit “C”
(2) payment to the City of $6,962.00.
FINAL READING OF ORDINANCES
the City of Laredo Health Department Fiscal Year 2008-2009 annual budget by
appropriating revenues and expenditures; and accepting a continuation grant
from the Texas Department of State Health Services in the estimated amount of
$4,545,028.00 [$4,125,795.00 (6008) and $419,233.00 (6009)] for the Women,
Infants and Children (WIC) Program for the City of Laredo Health Department
beginning October 1, 2008 through September 30, 2009.
the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning Lots 2-4, Block
2, James Haynes Industrial Park Phase VI, and 2.68 acres, as further
described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit “A,” located north of Maria
Luisa Drive and west of Bob Bullock Loop, from B-4 (Highway Commercial
District) to B-3 (Community Business District) and
providing for an effective date and publication.
the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning 86.76 acres, as
further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit "A",
located east of the City Landfill and north of State Highway 359, from R-1
(Single Family Residential District) to M-1 (Light Manufacturing District) and providing for an effective date and publication.
the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning the east 11.2
feet of Lot 2, Lot 3, the west 19 feet and the north 83.8 feet of the east 50
feet of Lot 4, Lot 6, Block 48, Eastern Division, located at 219 Market
Street and 210 Cortez Street, from R-3 (Mixed Residential District) to B-4
(Highway Commercial District) and providing for an
effective date and publication.
the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by authorizing a Special Use
Permit for oil and/or gas extraction and a drilling permit for a well on 2.03
acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit “A,”
located approximately 2,448 feet southwest of the proposed Valley Boulevard
extension and approximately 525 feet north of the South Regional Wastewater
Treatment Plant at Rio Bravo, Texas and providing
for an effective date and publication.
the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning 5.55 acres, as
further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit "A",
located east of FM 1472 and south of State Highway 255, from B-4 (Highway
Commercial District) to M-1 (Light Manufacturing District) and providing for
an effective date and publication.
the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by authorizing a Conditional
Use Permit for Building Material Sales on Lot 1, Block 1, Prida Plat located
at 7100 Santa Maria Avenue and providing for an
effective date and publication.
13. 2008-R-131 Confirming the
appointment/reappointment for a member of the Fire Fighters’ & Police
Officers’ Civil Service Commission of the City of Laredo to serve a three (3)
year period effective November 3, 2008 to November 2, 2011.
14. 2008-R-132 Authorizing the
City Manager to enter into and execute a Memorandum of Understanding, attached
hereto as Exhibit A, between the Texas Department of Public Safety and the
Laredo Police Department regarding Texas Crime Information Center (TCIC)
stolen license plate and stolen vehicle information. Information will be used to support the
electronic license plate reader.
the City Manager to solicit Requests for Proposals from interested parties to
convert the Airport Passenger
Terminal Parking Lot located at 5210 Bob Bullock Loop from free to pay
parking. The proposal specifications will include that the proponent manages,
operate, and make all the necessary infrastructure improvements to collect
parking fees to include making an advance payment to the City of Laredo
Airport Fund in the amount of $500,000.00. Airport employees and tenant
employees shall park free and the initial two (2) hours of parking shall be
free to the public.
the City Manager to submit a Notice of Intent application to the Federal
Aviation Administration under the Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) Non-Hub
Pilot Program which is regulated by FAR Part 158.30 to (1) increase the
current PFC collection level from $3.00 to $4.50 per enplaned revenue
passenger, (2) increase the PFC eligible projects, (3) increase the eligible
collection amount by $7,854,865.00 and (4) extend the PFC expiration to June
2022 or until the collected PFC revenue equals the allowable reimbursable
cost of the approved projects.
the City Manager to execute individual contracts with the following Third
Party Funding Recipients, totaling $465,702.50 for FY 2008-2009. Funding is available in the General
Area Health Education Center $15,000.00
BigBrother/Sister of South Texas $ 5,000.00
Boys & Girls Clubs $41,000.00
Boys Scouts of America
Services $ 5,000.00
Children’s Advocacy Center
Girl Scouts of South Texas
Habitat for Humanity
Imaginarium of South Texas
Laredo Amateur Boxing $10,000.00
Laredo Crime Stoppers $ 1,000.00
Laredo Little Theatre
Laredo Philharmonic Chorale
LISD Crime Stoppers
Sacred Heart Children’s Home $15,000.00
South Texas Food Bank
TX Migrant Council Safe Haven
*Club Olympia $ 4,500.00
*Holding Institute $ 4,500.00
*Laredo Regional Food
*Laredo Webb NHS $ 2,700.00
organizations did not complete program requirements; therefore, their fund
levels were reduced by 10%.
Authorizing the City
Manager to execute individual contracts with the following Hotel/Motel Tax
Fund Recipients totaling $476,149 for FY 2008-2009. Funding is available in the Hotel/Motel Tax
Border Olympics $ 70,000.00
Chamber of Commerce/Cola Blanca $ 25,000.00
Laredo Center for the Arts $ 150,000.00
Laredo Heat Youth Soccer Association $ 17,283.00
Laredo Philharmonic Orchestra $
Mexican Cultural Institute $ 9,783.00
Society of Martha Washington $
Streets of Laredo $ 15,000.00
Webb County Heritage Found. $
Authorizing the City Manager to amend the
2007 Consolidated One-Year Action Plan by
reprogramming 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th,
28th, and 29th Action Year (AY) Community Development
Block Grant Fund balances totaling $150,000.00 to be used toward the design of a
Recreational Complex at the Laredo Community College South Campus. CDBG fund balances proposed to be
reprogrammed to include:
AY , FY 1998 Community Development Block Grant (Fund Balances)
Tinaja Chacon Pilot Channel $12,499.00
East Hachar Recreation Center $ 2,390.00
AY , FY 1999 Community Development Block Grant (Fund Balances)
Code Enforcement $ 4.00
AY, FY 2000 Community Development Block Grant (Fund Balances)
Community Development Administration $ 487.00
Administration $ 76.00
Code Enforcement $ 1,081.00
Graffiti Removal $ 1,244.00
Centro Iturbide Street Improvements $31,707.00
Ryan St. Railroad Bridge
Improvements $ 1,184.00
Chacon Creek Improvements $ 1.00
Sidewalks $ 5,012.00
South Laredo Park $ 3,620.00
Riverfront Project $ 600.00
AY, FY 2001 Community Development Block Grant (Fund Balances)
Community Development Administration $ 6,388.00
Code Enforcement $ 645.00
Graffiti Removal $ 48.00
Ejido Street Extension $ 4,745.00
Inner City Park $ 1.00
Lafayette Linear Park $ 195.00
AY, FY 2002 Community Development Block Grant (Fund Balances)
Administration $ 1,076.00
Code Enforcement $ 262.00
School Sidewalks $ 603.00
Zacate Creek Phases III, IV, V $34,937.00
Cielito Lindo Fire Station Ambulance $ 340.00
Hamilton Hotel Section 108 Loan
Reimbursement $ 560.00
South Laredo Park - Phase II $ 1,082.00
El Cuatro Phase II $ 1.00
Farias Splash Playground
AY, FY 2003 Community Development Block Grant (Fund Balances)
Community Development Administration $ 1,659.00
Graffiti Removal $ 3.00
Sidewalks $ 4,528.00
Zacate Creek Park $ 2,838.00
Inner City Park – Phase II $ 117.00
S. Salvador Neighborhood Park $ 1.00
Lafayette Park Lighting $ 1.00
Eistetter Park $ 1.00
Farias Community Center $27,121.00
South Laredo Park Lighting $ 2,050.00
Riverfront Project $ 891.00
Total of Funds to be
for approval of change order no. 1 an increase of $555,623.97 to increase the
quantity of concrete pavement to be reconstructed and to add forty-five (45)
calendar days to the construction contract with Price Construction, Ltd., Big
Springs, Texas, for the Laredo International Airport Runway 14/32
Reconstruction. Current construction
contract amount is $2,928,418.48.
Funding is available in the Airport Construction Fund – Improvements
Other Than Buildings – Grant No. 53.
for approval of amendment no. 2 an increase of $34,336.00 for additional
construction support services and resident project representative services to
the professional services contract with Carter & Burgess, Inc., Fort
Worth, Texas, for the Laredo International Airport Runway 14/32
Reconstruction. Total professional
services contract amount will be $367,849.00.
Funding is available in the Airport Construction Fund – Project
Engineer Fees – Grant No. 51.
for approval of amendment no. 4 an increase of $146,635.00 to the
professional services contract with Architectura SA, Inc., San Antonio,
Texas, for the Clinical/Laboratory Expansion and Renovation for the City of
Laredo Health Department for design services to include new parking lot at
west side and interior design services for dental clinic, coordination of all
dental equipment infrastructure with drawings and for windows and
plumbing. Current engineering contract
amount is $689,427.00. Funding is
available in the UTHSC-SA Dental Clinic Construction.
the City Manager to award a professional services contract to TBG, Inc., from
San Antonio, Texas, in an amount not to exceed $270,000.00 for the
development of a construction plan for the Phase I improvements of
Independence Hills Park. Funding is
available through the 2007 Certificate of Obligation Bond Funds.
Considerations to award a contract to the sole
provider, McNeilus Truck and Manufacturing, Houston, Texas, in the amount of
$135,00.00 for the refurbishing of four (4) refuse trucks. Extensive repairs
are needed in order to maintain these units in operational condition. It is anticipated that these repairs will
provide three (3) to four (4) years of additional operational use. Funding
is available in the Fleet Management Budget.
25. Consideration to exercise the renewal option for
one (1) additional year for contract FY07-162 awarded to McNeilus Truck,
Hutchins, Texas, for OEM McNeilus
repair parts/service (refuse trucks)
in the estimated annual amount of $90,000.00.
All parts and service will be purchased on an as needed basis. Funding is available in the Fleet
to exercise the renewal option for an
additional twelve (12) month period for contract FY08-001 awarded to
Nick Benavides, Laredo, TX, on November 5, 2007, in the total amount of
$68,950.00 for providing monthly mowing and maintenance of the Zacate Creek
areas. The term of the contract was for a period of twelve (12) months with
the option to extend this contract for two (2) additional twelve (12) month
periods. The contract includes the
collection of trash, debris, rubbish, and other floatable material along the
creek from Meadow and Canal Streets to the mouth of the river. Funding is available in the Environmental
Service Department Budget.
to authorize a professional service contract with Bexar County Forensic
Science Center, San Antonio, TX, in the estimated annual amount of $140,000.00
for criminal investigation laboratory services for the Police
Department. All services are requested
on an as needed basis. Services
include examination of evidence involving: arson, controlled substances, DNA,
firearms, tool marks, toxicology, serology, and other services required for
criminal investigations. Funding is
available in the Police Department Budget.
to authorize the City Manager to enter into an agreement with Webb County to
incarcerate prisoners at the Webb County Jail which are arrested for Class C
misdemeanor violations. The current
agreement sets a daily rate of $56.84 per day per prisoner. The daily rate is subject to change in
accordance with the rate allowed by the United States Government for
incarcerating federal prisoners in the Webb County Jail. The term of this agreement shall be for a
period of one (1) year. Funding is
available in the Police Department Budget.
the City Manager to execute a contract with the Laredo Development Foundation
in the amount of $473,000.00 for Fiscal Year 2008-2009. Funding is available from the General Fund
in the amount of $425,000.00 and the Bridge Fund in the amount of $48,000.00.
Awarding a construction contract to Austin
Engineering Co., Inc. Austin, Texas; in the amount of $962,730.00 for the 24”
Sanitary Sewer Line Along FM 1472 – Mines Road. The project consists of
approximately 1157 linear feet of 24” sewer line, retaining wall, concrete
piers, steel structures, manholes, storm water pollution prevention and incidentals.
The contract time is 180 calendar days.
Funding is available in the 2007 Utility Sewer Bond.
instructing staff to cancel the Municipal Water Park Project and to transfer
the appropriation for the acquisition of a trolley for the downtown area at
an estimated cost of $370,000.00 and dividing the balance of $630,000.00
equally among the eight (8) City Council Members Districts for Discretionary
to award a contract for downtown concessions to Carlos Becerra to provide
food and non alcoholic beverages at the corner of Convent and Iturbide for a
term of two (2) years at a monthly rate of $515.00. Mr. Becerra was selected based on his bid
proposal and his good standing as a current concessionaire.
to authorize a contract with T.F. Harper & Associates, LP, through the
BuyBoard Cooperative Purchasing Program’s contract pricing, in the total
amount not to exceed $225,000.00 for the design, purchase and installation of
two (2) steel basketball shade structures at Blas Castañeda Park and
Canizales Park. Funding is available
through the 2007 Certificate of Obligation Bond Proceeds.
the City Manager to negotiate and execute a contract for public relations,
marketing and advertising services with PM Design Group in the base amount of
$88,800.00 and not to exceed a total contract amount of $300,000.00 for
Fiscal Year 2008-2009. Funding is
available in the Fiscal Year 2008-2009 Laredo Convention & Visitors
Bureau Operating Budget.
the City Manager to execute a contract with the Laredo Animal Protective
Society otherwise known as the Laredo Animal Shelter, totaling $300,000.00
for Fiscal Year 2008-2009. Funding is
available in the General Fund.
to award annual supply contract to Graybar Electric, Corpus Christi, Texas,
in the amount of $50,000.00 for the purchase of electrical parts and
accessories through the U.S. Communities Purchasing Alliance Cooperative
Purchasing Program’s contract pricing.
This contract will supplement the department’s electrical maintenance
capabilities. Funding is available in
the Water and Wastewater Operations Fund.
Consideration to renew contract FY07-035 currently
awarded to Rafter P. Transport, New Braunfels, Texas, in the estimated amount
of $81,250.00 to load and haul dry sludge from the Jefferson Water Treatment
Plant to the City of Laredo landfill.
The frequency and number of hours vary depending on the City’s need
but the contract is based on a base bid of $6.00 per cubic yard of
material. Funding is available in the
Utilities Department – Water Treatment Division Budget.
Consideration to amend the contract award to Philpott
Motors, Port Neches, TX, for the purchase of thirty-two (32) police sedans to
include a pursuit safety equipment package for each vehicle in the amount of
$87,843.52. The revised contract
award will increase from $802,924.16 to $890,767.68. These vehicles will be purchased through
the Houston Galveston Area Council of Governments (HGAC) cooperative
purchasing program contract number VE03-06.
Funding is available in the 2008 C.O. Bond Proceeds.
GENERAL COUNCIL DISCUSSIONS AND
Request by Mayor Raul
Establishing the creation of a "Shop
Laredo First" initiative to promote the local economy during
these challenging economic times.
Discussion with possible action
to establish a committee to promote the film making industry to produce
filming movies, documentaries, etc., to promote the
positive image of our city.
Discussion with possible action on the
maintenance of El Metro fleet.
Discussion with possible action to develop
programs of activities for senior citizens at the City's Recreation
Request by Council Member Mike Garza
1. Discussion with possible action on the subsidizing of the
units of the Hamilton Hotel.
Council Member Hector J. Garcia
Discussion with possible action on allocating funds for the 46th
National US/Mexico Sister Cities Conference and for the Sister Cities Youth
Conference to be held in Laredo during the week of January 21-25, 2009.
Council Member Dr. Michael Landeck
Report history and progress plans for the conclusion of the Colonia Villa
Hermosa Project with possible action.
Council Member Johnny Rendon
possible action on the status of La Retama Phase II waterline replacements.
Status report on the
fencing project at the Jose A. Flores Apartments.
Request by Council
Member Gene Belmares
Discussion with possible action on creating a
resolution supporting Ponderosa Regional Landfill, and directing the City
Manager to draft and submit a cover letter of support to TCEQ. (Co-sponsored by Council Member Mike
Discussion with possible action on securing an
airport hanger for use by the Laredo Police SWAT Team for equipment, vehicle
storage and personnel use. (Co-sponsored
by Council Member Jose A. Valdez, Jr.)
Discussion with possible action on creating an
annual homestead exemption for those 65 years and older, disabled, and/or
veterans based on the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR). (Co-sponsored
by Council Member Hector Garcia and Council Member Jose A. Valdez, Jr.)
Discussion with possible action on authorizing
the City Manager to enter into an agreement with Texas A&M University College
Station for a secondary water and wastewater treatment Pilot Program
administered by Texas Engineering Experiment Station (TEES).
Request by Mayor
Pro-Tempore Jose A. Valdez, Jr.
possible action regarding police patrol in private subdivisions.
A. Discussion with possible action to consider Police Lieutenant
Pedro Sarmiento’s second request for an extension of injury leave with pay in
accordance with 143.073 (b) of the Texas Local Government Code.
B. Discussion with possible action regarding the Civic
Center concession operations.
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.
RECESS AS THE LAREDO CITY COUNCIL AND CONVENE AS THE LAREDO MASS TRANSIT BOARD
Motion to waive bus fare collection to and
from the HEB “Feast of Sharing” Sunday, November 23, 2008 as participation by
the City of Laredo co-sponsoring this event.
HEB will provide a $1,500.00
contribution to offset the fares. The
shuttle will start at the Transit Center, 1301 Farragut to and from the Civic
Center from 9:30 a.m. and end at 5:30 p.m.
42. Authorizing the City Manager to waive the parking fee for
persons attending the 11th annual UETA Jamboozie Festival and
implementing a flat fee charge of $300.00 to the Streets of Laredo Urban Mall
Association for personnel costs, overtime and extra security for traffic and
crowd control for the use of the parking facility on Saturday, January 24,
2009 from 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
AS THE LAREDO MASS TRANSIT BOARD AND RECONVENE AS THE LAREDO CITY COUNCIL AND
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 Wednesday, October
29, 2008 at 8:00 p.m.
Gustavo Guevara, Jr.