CITY OF LAREDO

CITY COUNCIL MEETING

A-2009-R-015

CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS

1110 HOUSTON STREET

LAREDO, TEXAS 78040

August 17, 2009

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.

 

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 August 3, 2009

 

V.                 COMMUNICATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS

 

Recognitions

a.      Recognizing the following students as 8th graders of the year by Friends of the Family:

·        1st Place- Clarissa Carrillo, Clark Middle School

·        2nd Place- Chamonix Mejia, Trautman Middle School

·        3rd Place- Caroline Notzon, United Day School 

 

Communiqués

a.      Presentation by City of Laredo Youth Committee on their travel to Belfast, Ireland where they participated in the Sister Cities International Youth Conference “Bridging Differences:  Building a Peaceful Future”. Sponsored by Council Member Hector “Tito” Garcia and Council Member Cynthia Liendo Espinoza.

 

b.      Presentation by Renewable Energy Technologies on innovated green energy technologies.

 

c.      Invitation by the Central Labor Council of Webb County, Texas AFL-CIO to the Labor Day event scheduled for September 7, 2009.

 

Citizen comments

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.

 

VI.               PUBLIC HEARINGS

 

1.          Public hearing and introductory ordinance amending the City of Laredo Health Department FY 2008-2009 annual budget by appropriating revenues and expenditures in the amount of $230,491.00 from the Texas Department of State Health Services, for continuation of the Immunization Action Plan (IAP) Program of the Health Department, including a projected amount of program income of $76,627.00 for the period from September 1, 2009 through August 31, 2010.

 

2.          Public hearing and introductory ordinance authorizing the City Manager to accept a contract from the Texas Department of State Health Services and appropriating revenues and expenses in the amount of $74,582.00 for the Community Preparedness Section/Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) Discretionary Fund Phase II for the support of PHEP activities in particular the Early Warning Infectious Disease Surveillance (EWIDS) Program and bio-safety level III laboratory for the term period beginning July 24, 2009 through November 30, 2009.

 

3.          Public hearing for the adoption of a tax rate of $0.637000 per $100 value for the Tax Year 2009.  The tax rate will provide revenue for the general fund and debt service.  The rate includes $0.512772 per $100 value for Maintenance and Operation and $0.124228 per $100 value for Sinking Fund of the Debt Service and is estimated to generate a tax levy of $66,883,941.00.  The City Council is scheduled to vote on the tax rate on September 15, 2009 at 12:00 p.m. and September 21, 2009 at 5:30 p.m. at City Council Chambers located at 1110 Houston.

 

4.          Public hearing and introductory ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by authorizing a Conditional Use Permit for an office on Lot 7, Block 1930, Eastern Division, located at 3104 Loop 20.  The Planning and Zoning Commission has recommended approval of the permit.  District II

 

5.          Public hearing and introductory ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning Lot 6, Block 349, Eastern Division, located at 101 E Lyon Street, from R-3 (Mixed Residential District) to B-1 (Limited Commercial District).  The proposed use is for commercial purposes.  The Planning and Zoning Commission has recommended approval of the zone change.  District IV

 

6.          Public hearing and introductory ordinance amending Ordinance No. 2005-O-304 authorizing the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for maintenance and parts for forklifts on Lots 11 & 12, Block 432, Eastern Division, located at 302 W. Saunders Street, by amending the site plan, Exhibit “B”.  The Planning and Zoning Commission has recommended approval of the amendment with the change that access to Saunders be limited to an “Exit Only.”  District V

 

(Recess)

(Press Availability)

 

VII.             FINAL READING OF ORDINANCES 

 

7.           

2009-O-129 Amending the City of Laredo’s FY 2008-2009 General Fund annual budget to appropriate revenues and expenditures in the amount of $250,000.00 for attorney fees to be paid to De Anda Law Firm due to increased collections in delinquent property taxes.  The expenditures of attorney fees will only be incurred and disbursed if the revenue is collected.

 

2009-O-130 Amending the City of Laredo Code of Ordinances Chapter 18, Section 18-2.2 Letter (A) & (C), local permit fee for amusement redemption machine premises permit and increasing annual permit fee from $150.00 to $250.00 per machine per year; increasing the sealing fee from $150.00 to $250.00; repealing all ordinances in conflict; providing for severability, publication and effective date. (AS AMENDED)

 

2009-O-131 Amending the City of Laredo FY 2009 Airport Construction Budget to recognize additional revenues from a grant received from the Federal Aviation Administration Airport Improvement Program being Grant Project No. 3-48-0136-58-09 in the amount of $2,000,000.00 for noise mitigation under FAR PART 150 Noise Abatement Program at the Laredo International Airport and appropriating said grant revenue and local match to the appropriate expenditure accounts and authorizing the City Manager to implement said budget amendment. The City’s local match of five (5) percent in the amount of $105,264.00 is available through the land purchased in FY2006 (Rash Tract).

 

2009-O-132 Amending Section 33.431 (schedule of rates) of Article VII (Storm Water Fee) of Chapter 33 (Environmental Protection) of the Code of Ordinances, in order to increase the stormwater rates for residential and multi-family customers and the rate for additional meters for commercial customers, from   $4.50 to $6.50 per month; providing for publication and providing for effective date. (AS AMENDED)

 

2009-O-133 Amending the City of Laredo Health Department FY 2008-2009 annual budget by appropriating revenues and expenditures in the amount of $23,863.00 in additional funds for a total amount of $340,491.00 from the Texas Department of State Health Services for continuation of the Prevention Services for HIV Prevention Project of the Health Department, term from January 1, 2009 through December 31, 2009; and amending the City of Laredo FY 2008-2009 full-time equivalent positions by adding one (1) Health Educator II position.  (AS AMENDED)

 

2009-O-134 Amending the City of Laredo Health Department FY 2008-2009 annual budget by appropriating revenues and expenditures in the amount of $34,833.00 in funds from the Texas Department of State Health Services and an estimated $440.00 in program income for continuation of the Health Department Maternal and Well Child services to provide early wellness and screening, medical and dental services for children who are underserved, uninsured and medically indigent for the term beginning September 1, 2009 through August 31, 2010.

 

2009-O-135 Amending the City of Laredo Health Department FY 2008-2009 budget by appropriating revenues and expenditures in the amount of $317,727.00 in funds from the Texas Department of State Health Services for the City of Laredo Health Department-Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Program.  These funds are for the term period from August 1, 2009 through July 31, 2010 and authorizing the City Manager to execute the contract.

 

2009-O-136 Amending the City of Laredo Health Department FY 2008-2009 annual budget by appropriating revenues and expenditures in the amount of $134,342.00 in funds from the Texas Department of State Health Services, and an estimated $30,123.00 of Program Income for the continuation of the Health Department-La Familia Primary Health Care Prevention Program for the period of September 1, 2009 through August 31, 2010; and authorizing the City Manager to execute the contract.

 

2009-O-137 Amending the City of Laredo Health Department FY2008-2009 annual budget by appropriating revenues and expenditures in the amount of $92,000.00 in funds for continuation of prenatal care services, women’s health and well child early detection prevention care for the medically indigent, underserved and uninsured by the Health Department Maternal and Child Health (MCH- Title V) Program for the period beginning September 1, 2009 through August 31, 2010.

 

2009-O-144 Amending Laredo Land Development Code, section 24-92 entitled, Amendments or District Changes, by revising the established conditions, requirements, and procedures for the initiation of Laredo Land Development Code Amendments, as well as the initation and/or reinitiation of changes to the Official Zoning Map, providing for publication and effective date. 

 

2009-O-145 Amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning Lots 1-8, Block 2024, Eastern Division, located at 3210 Loop 20, from B-3 (Community Business District) to B-4 (Highway Commercial District); providing for publication and effective date.

 

2009-O-146 Amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by rezoning 16.8 acres, as further described my metes and bounds in attached Exhibit “A,” located south of Riverhill Loop and west of Nogal Lane, from R-2 (Multifamily Residential District) to R-1MH (Single Family Manufactured Housing District); providing for publication and effective date.

 

2009-O-147 Amending Ordinance No. 2008-O-157 authorizing the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for a children’s amusement establishment on Lots 4, 5, and 6, Block 700, Eastern Division, located at 1220 Guatemozin Street, by amending the narrative, Exhibit “B,” and the site plan, Exhibit “C”; providing for publication and effective date.  (AS AMENDED)

 

2009-O-148 Amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo by authorizing a Conditional Use Permit for an amusement redemption machine establishment on Lot 2A, Block 2, Lago Del Mar Subdivision, Unit 7, located at 2515 Del Mar Boulevard; providing for publication and an effective date. 

 

2009-O-149 Amending Ordinance No. 2008-O-138 authorizing the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for a nursing home on 3.87 acres, located at the southeast corner of Rocio Drive and the proposed Tournament Trail Drive, by amending the site plan, Exhibit “B,” and allowing for transferability; providing for publication and an effective date.  (AS AMENDED)

 

2009-O-150 Amending Chapter 14, garbage, trash and refuse, Article II, rates for garbage and refuse collection and landfill operations, Section 14-9, rates, of the City of Laredo Code of Ordinances by changing Section (d) (3) to designate a special service fee for commercial establishment in the downtown central business district for garbage collection, and to change section (c) to increase the garbage collection fee for commercial establishments to thirty-five dollars ($35.00), forty-five dollars ($45.00), eighty dollars ($80.00), and one hundred ten dollars ($110.00) depending on square footage of the establishment, and to increase the garbage collection fee for commercial establishments located in the downtown central business district to seventy dollars ($70.00), ninety dollars ($90.00), one hundred sixty dollars ($160.00), and two hundred twenty dollars ($220.00) depending on square footage of the establishment, and by changing section (h) to increase all commercial tipping fees in the landfill by one dollar fifty cents ($1.50), as all other fees remain in effect; and to provide for effective date and publication.

 

2009-O-151 Closing as a public easement, that section of South Bartlett Avenue between Marion and Gates Streets, also known as the 300 Block of South Bartlett Avenue, situated in the Eastern Division, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas, provided that the City retains the right to maintain, operate, repair and replace by itself or by any licensee or a holder of a franchise from the City, any poles, wires, pipes, conduits, sewer mains or any other facilities or equipment for the maintenance of operation of any utility now located in the street portion; hereof, closed as a public easement and providing for an effective date.

 

VIII.           RESOLUTIONS

 

8.          2009-R-066 Authorizing the City Manager to execute two (2) addenda to the facilities rental service agreement dated February 4, 1980 between City and AEP Texas Central Company, as follows:

 

1. Addendum1 providing for monthly facilities rental charges of $4,611.04 for ESI ID: 10032789424596240; and

 

2. Addendum 2 providing for monthly facilities rental charges of $7,805.30 for ESI ID: 10032789419420260 based on the total cost of facilities as specified in the designed expansion improvements to be made to the Jefferson Street Water Treatment Plant.

 

The total yearly rental charge of $148,996.08 will be funded by waterworks operations.

 

9.          2009-R-092 Confirming the appointment of Vidal Cantu, Jr. as a member of the Fire Fighters’ & Police Officers’ Civil Service Commission of the City of Laredo to serve a three (3) year period effective August 12, 2009 to August 11, 2012.

 

10.      2009-R-093 Authorizing the City Manager to sign a water rights sales agreement, attached hereto as Exhibit A between the City of Laredo and Jose I. Trevino, et al, in which the City is agreeing to purchase the right to divert and use 174.0 acre feet per annum of class “B” irrigation water rights to the Rio Grande River which after conversion from irrigation water rights to municipal use water rights amounts to 69.60 acre feet of municipal use rights per annum at $2,250.00 per ac/ft. for a purchase price of $156,600.00 and further authorizing the City Manager to sign and file necessary application(s) with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality on behalf of the City requesting that said water rights be severed from Certificate of Adjudication No. 23-199 of the seller and combined with Certificate of Adjudication No. 23-3997, as amended, of the City and that the point of diversion, purpose and place of use of said water rights be changed as required by the City, funding is available in the Water Availability fund.

 

11.      2009-R-096 Declaring the public necessity to acquire the “Surface Only” of four (4) parcels of land for the Springfield Avenue North Extension Project, said parcels of land being described as follows and is more particularly described by Metes and Bounds in Exhibits 1 to 4.

 

Tract 1. A 0.0597 acre parcel more or less out of a 20 foot wide community lane, situated in Porcion 22, Abstract 277, Original Grantee Maria De Jesus, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

 

Tract 2. A 0.1039 acre parcel, more or less, out of Arnulfo Santos property, called to contain 2.01 acres, recorded in volume 539, pages 886-889, Official Public Records of Webb County, Texas; herein, described parcel situated in Porcion 22, Abstract 277, Original Grantee Maria De Jesus, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

 

Tract 3. A 0.6778 acre parcel, more or less, out of Iglesia Castillo Del Rey, Incorporated (ICDR) Property, called to contain 2.00 acres, recorded in Volume 1230, Pages 139-141, Official Public Records of Webb County Texas; herein described parcel situated in Porcion 22, Abstract 277, Original Grantee Maria De Jesus, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

 

Tract 4. Lot 2, Block 15, Crown Ridge Phase I Subdivision, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas;

 

Further authorizing staff to negotiate with the owners for the acquisition of said parcels by purchase at their market values established by a State Certified Real Estate Appraiser; and authorizing the City Attorney to initiate condemnation proceedings to acquire one or more of said parcels if staff is unable to acquire one or more due to inability to agree to a purchase price, conflict of ownership, owner refusal to sell, and/or inability to locate a listed owner.

 

12.      2009-R-097 Authorizing the City Manager to sign a water rights agreement attached hereto as exhibit A between the City of Laredo and Geraldine McCann Sisco, where by the City is agreeing to purchase the right to divert and use 207 ac/ft. per annum of Class “B” irrigation water rights which after conversion from irrigation rights to municipal use rights amounts to 82.80 ac/ft of municipal use rights per annum.  A purchase price of $2,250.00 per ac/ft for a total purchase price of $186,300.00 and further authorizing the City Manager to sign and file necessary applications with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality on behalf of the City requesting that said water rights be severed from Certificate of Adjudication No. 23-2774 and combined with Certificate of Adjudication No. 23-3997 as amended and that the point of diversion, purpose and place of use of said water rights be changed as required by the City.  Funding is available in the water availability fund.

 

IX.               MOTIONS

 

13.      Consideration to reject all bids received for bid request FY09-052, rehabilitation of sixty seven (67) manholes and sewer line cleaning for the Utilities Department; and authorizing that new bids be requested.  The bid documents will be revised to clarify the required scope of services for these manhole repairs.

 

14.      Consideration to award contract FY09-086 to the sole bidder, Tommie Vaughn Motors Inc., Houston, Texas in total amount of $141,449.00 for the purchase of five (5) trucks for the Solid Waste Division.  Funding for this equipment is available in the 2007 Solid Waste certificates of obligation bond proceeds.

 

15.      Request authorization for the waiver of penalty and interest in accordance with Section 33.011 (a) of the Property Tax Code.  An incorrect zip code on the taxing unit’s tax records caused or resulted in the taxpayer’s failure to pay the tax before delinquency.  Request made by Dancor of Texas on tax accounts 942-80011-070 and 942-80011-080.  The penalty and interest amount is $1,285.33.

 

16.      Consideration to authorize the purchase of a Regional Management Information Systems (MIS) from Embarq, Inc., through the Houston Galveston Area Council of Governments (HGAC) cooperative purchasing in the total amount of $142,989.09 The equipment and software will be installed at the Jim Hogg County Sheriff’s Office, Laredo Police Department, Roma Police Department, Rio Grande City Police Department, Starr County Sheriff’s Office, Webb County Sheriff’s Office, and Zapata County Sheriff’s Office.  Funding is available in the 9-1-1 regional fund.

 

17.      Consideration to award a contract for $102,412.99 to Positron Public Safety Systems through the Houston Galveston Area Council of Governments (HGAC) cooperative purchasing program for digital aerial photography for Jim Hogg, Starr, Webb, and Zapata counties.  The aerial photography will be used by 9-1-1 database personnel and 9-1-1 centers to provide enhanced level of service.  Funding is available in the 9-1-1 Regional Fund.

 

18.      Authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract between the City of Laredo (City), South Texas Development Council (RPC), and Commission on State Emergency Communications (CSEC) for the period beginning September 1, 2009 and ending August 31, 2011 to administer the 9-1-1 program on behalf of the RPC for the Counties of Jim Hogg, Starr, Webb and Zapata.

 

19.      Consideration to authorize payment to nine (9) vendors (Embarq, Intrado, DIR, AT&T, Sprint/Nextel, Verizon Southwest, Jim Hogg County, Starr County, Zapata County and Laredo Community College) for providing existing 9-1-1  telephone network, database, wireless, equipment maintenance, and training services for the four (4) county regional 9-1-1 system in the projected amount of $515,271.00.  Payments are for the period September 1, 2009 through August 31, 2010.  Funding is available in the 9-1-1 Regional Fund.

 

20.      Approving monthly adjustments to the tax roll.  The amounts to be adjusted for the month of July 2009 represent an increase of $23,223.14.  These adjustments are determined by the Webb County Appraisal District and by court orders.

 

21.      Consideration for approval of the North Central Park—Phase 1A as complete and approval of Change Order No. 3 a decrease of $11,407.79 for the balance of quantities actually constructed in place, release of retainage, and approval of final payment in the amount of $61,673.84 to Jerry Resendez Enterprises, Inc., Laredo, Texas.  Final construction contract amount is $1,233,476.71.  Furthermore, liquidated damages assessed for late completion and accepted by contractor is (20 days at $550.00/day)--$11,000.00 to be deducted as follows: $8,507.05 for in-kind work and $2,492.95 deduct from final payment, therefore, net final payment is $59,180.89.  Funding is available in the 2005 C.O. Bond and 2006 C.O. Bond.

 

22.      Consideration for approval of the Texas/Piedra China Improvements Phase III--Paving as complete, and approval of Change Order No. 1 a decrease of $32,529.00 for the balance of quantities actually constructed in place, release of retainage and approval of final payment in the amount of $33,818.00 to Reim Construction, Inc., Alton, Texas.  Final construction contract amount is $561,296.00.  Funding is available in the 2007 C.O. Piedra China Ph. 3 Paving.

 

23.      Consideration for approval to award a professional services contract to URS Corporation, Dallas, Texas, for an amount not to exceed $127,477.44 for design and preparation of plans and specifications for the Laredo International Airport General Aviation Apron Reconstruction Phase 6.  Design work is to be on a fast track basis approximately four (4) months.  Funding is available in the Airport Construction Fund FAA Grant. 53.

 

24.      Consideration to exercise the renewal option for one (1) additional year for contract FY 07-162 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 services will be purchased on an as needed basis.  Funding is available in the Fleet Maintenance budget.

 

25.      Consideration to award contract FY09-089 to the low bidder, Gulf Coast Emergency Vehicles, Houston, TX in the amount of $1,544,284.00 for the purchase of four (4) fire custom rescue fire fighting vehicles (engine pumper trucks).   Funding is available from 2007 and 2008 contractual obligation bond proceeds and CDBG grant funding.

 

26.      Consideration for approval of the selection of consultant HKS Sports & Entertainment, Dallas, Texas, in association with Humphries & Sanchez Architects, Laredo, Texas, and Puig Engineering, Laredo, Texas, to provide feasibility plans, surveys, designs, plans and specifications and construction services for the Professional Baseball Facility to be located in the vicinity of the Laredo Entertainment Center.

 

27.      Motion to authorize the City Manager to increase funding for the Laredo Entertainment Center Operations from the Sports and Community Venue General Sales & Use Taxes for FY08-09 in an amount not to exceed $207,990.00 for an estimated total of $927,371.00.

 

28.      Award a construction contract to the lowest bidder Whitestone Construction Ltd. in Laredo, Texas in the amount of $110,765.22 for the Dorel Lift Station Elimination Project.  The improvements consist of constructing 8” sanitary sewer collection line with manholes.  The construction time is 120 calendar days.  Funding is available in the 2006 Sewer Bond.

 

29.      To select the following ancillary providers for employees voluntary benefits: Group Life Insurance to be provided by Fort Dearborn Life Insurance Company with agent service provided by Laurel and Associates; group disability to be provided by UNUM Insurance with agent service provided by Laurel and Associates; group vision care to be provided by superior vision services on a direct basis; group cancer, individual accident and individual critical illness to be provided by Colonial Life as a package program with agent service provided by Laurel and Associates; these benefit changes will be effective October 1, 2009.

 

X.                 GENERAL COUNCIL DISCUSSIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

 

30.       

 

             A.        Request by Council Member Dr. Michael Landeck

1.           Discussion and possible action regarding the possible construction of a baseball park including a report/presentation as a follow-up to the visit conducted by representatives of the city council and administration at the Air Hogs baseball stadium in Grand Prairie.

 

             B.        Request by Council Member Gene Belmares

 

1.           Discussion with possible action on placement of speed humps for District VI.

 

2.           Status report with possible action on a water park request for proposals for the development of a water park in the Laredo Entertainment Center area.

 

3.           Discussion with possible action on creating an assessment for reconstruction and acceptance of Martingale Street from individual owners.  

 

 

XI.               STAFF REPORTS

 

31.      Discussion with possible action regarding the Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between the City of Laredo and the County of Webb for fire protection, emergency medical, and rescue services for areas in the county outside the incorporated limits of the City. Council action may include possible modification(s) of the contract, and other related matters.  

 

XII.             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.

 

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

                       

32.      2009-RT-007 Authorizing the City Manager to apply for State Public Transportation Funds for FY 2009-2010 in the amount of $708,885.00 with the Texas Department of Transportation which is authorized to distribute State Funds for Transit Capital and Operating Assistance in urbanized areas under 200,000 in population.

 

33.      Consideration to award annual supply contracts (FY 09-067) to the listed vendors for providing bus and van fleet parts. 

 

Vendor

Total

Vendor

Total

Diesel Injection Sales

$5,806.80

MCI Service Parts

$53,395.42

Gonzalez Auto parts

$7,450.20

New Flyer

$80,268.61

Texas Alternator

$9,103.26

RDO Equipment Co.

$93,024.16

Velco

$12,088.80

Coastal Diesel Injection Service, Inc.

$97,502.14

Thermo King Of West Texas

$15,578.16

C.C. Battery Co., Inc.

$98,784.42

Andy'S Auto Air & Supply

$20,748.30

Muncie Transit Supply

$99,846.41

Cummins Southern Plains, Inc

$22,958.86

Stewart & Stevenson Sr.

$104,955.47

Texas Fleet Supply

$24,596.28

Rush Truck Centers

$108,648.56

Reliable Transmission

$25,705.68

Gillig Corporation, Inc.

$110,951.99

National Bus Sales

$49,946.16

Prevost Parts

$112,459.58

Vehicle Maintenance Programs

$51,884.51

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contracts will be awarded by item(s) to the lowest responsible bidder for parts most commonly purchased for non-warranty repairs.  All items will be purchased on an as needed basis.  Funding is available in the El Metro Operations Fund.

           

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

 

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, August 12, 2009 at 6:30 p.m.

                                                                       

 

 

                                                                        Gustavo Guevara, Jr.

                                                                        City Secretary