CITY OF LAREDO
                              CITY COUNCIL MEETING
                              CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
                               1110 HOUSTON STREET
                                  LAREDO, TEXAS
                                    5:30 P.M.

                                     AGENDA


       A98-R-04                                         FEBRUARY 2, 1998
   I.  CALL TO ORDER
  II.  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
 III.  ROLL CALL
  IV.  INTRODUCTORY ORDINANCES

       2. Authorizing the City Manager to execute a lease with South Texas
          Workforce Development Board for approximately 10,552 square feet
          constituting Building No. 979 located at 4717 Daugherty Avenue.  1.
          Lease term is for one (1) year commencing September 1, 1997 and ending
             August 31, 1998, and may be extended for two (2) terms of one (1)
             year each ending August 31, 1999 and August 31, 2000.
          2. Monthly rent shall be $4,221.00, and will be adjusted annually
             according to changes in the Consumer Price Index.  Previous monthly
             rent was $3,342.52.

       3. Authorizing the City Manager to execute a lease with Jose Santos for
          approximately 4,612 square feet constituting Building No. 1112 located
          1603 E.  Calton Road.
          1. Lease term is for one (1) year commencing October 1, 1997 and
             ending September 30, 1998.  2. Lease may be terminated by either
             party upon giving a ninety (90) day written notice. Monthly rent
             shall be $1,020.00. Previous monthly rent was $971.46.

   V.  FINAL READINGS

       4. 98-O-020   Authorizing the issuance of City of Laredo, Texas
                     Combination Tax and Revenue Certificates of Obligation,
                     Series 1998-B, in the principal amount of $16,160,000.00,
                     for the purpose of paying all or a portion of the City's
                     Contractual Obligation for the construction of drainage
                     improvements; construction of street improvements and
                     repairs; construction of a New Public Works Building;
                     repairing and remodeling the Canizalez Gym, Old Library
                     Building, and Municipal Court Building; acquisition of
                     municipal vehicles and equipment for municipal departments,
                     together with a Landfill Collection System, and the
                     acquisition of land for a Municipal Landfill, and for
                     paying legal, fiscal, architectural, and engineering fees
                     in connection with such projects; and other matters
                     relating thereto.

       5. 98-O-021   Ordinance authorizing the issuance of City of Laredo, Texas
                     Combination Tax and Sewer System Revenue Certificates of
                     Obligation, Series 1998-A, in the principal amount of
                     $6,415,000.00 for the purpose of paying all or a portion of
                     the City's Contractual Obligation for improvements and
                     extensions to the City's Sewer System, and acquisition of
                     land in connection therewith, and for paying legal, fiscal,
                     and engineering fees in connection with this project and
                     other matters relating thereto.

       6. 98-O-027   Authorizing the City Manager to execute a lease with the
                     Washington's Birthday Celebration Association, Inc., for
                     approximately one acre of land located at the north end of
                     the Air Operations Area of the Laredo International Airport
                     for the purpose of hosting an air show which will be free
                     to the public.
                     1. Lease term is for one (1) day commencing on February 22,
                        1998.
                     2. Daily rent shall be $1.00.
                     (City Council)

       7. 98-O-028   Ordinance amending Section 24.63.2 of the Laredo Land
                     Development Code by allowing pawn shops in B-3 (Community
                     Business District).  (City Council)

       8. 98-O-029   Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City
                     of Laredo by rezoning Lot 12, Block 2071, Eastern Division,
                     located at 3302 Santa Clara Street, from R-1 (Single Family
                     Residential District) to R-3 (Mixed Residential District).
                     (Joe A. Guerra)

       9. 98-O-030   Amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of Laredo
                     by rezoning Lot 4, Block 8, Moreno Addition, located at
                     3317 Guerrero Street, from R-1 (Single Family Residential
                     District) to R-3 (Mixed Residential District).
                     (Louis H. Bruni)

      10. 98-O-031   Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) the of the
                     City of Laredo by rezoning Lots 4B, 5, 6, 7, and 8, Block
                     2021, Eastern Division, located at 3200 Block of Piedra
                     China Street, from R-3 (Mixed Residential District) to M-1
                     (Light Manufacturing District).  (Joe A. Guerra)

      11. 98-O-032   Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) the of the
                     City of Laredo by rezoning 7.271 acres as further described
                     by metes and bounds, located on the west side of the Bob
                     Bullock Loop, north the Diamond Subdivision, from R-1
                     (Single Family Residential District) to M-1 (Light
                     Manufacturing District).  (Louis H. Bruni)

      12. 98-O-033   Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) the of the
                     City of Laredo by rezoning 5.372 acres as further described
                     by metes and bounds, located on the west side of the Bob
                     Bullock Loop, north the Diamond Subdivision, from R-1
                     (Single Family Residential District) to M-1 (Light
                     Manufacturing District).  (Louis H. Bruni)

      13. 98-O-034   Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) the of the
                     City of Laredo by rezoning 1.523 acres as further described
                     by metes and bounds, located on the west side of the Bob
                     Bullock Loop, north the Diamond Subdivision, from R-1
                     (Single Family Residential District) to B-4 (Highway
                     Commercial District). (Louis H. Bruni)

      14. 98-O-035  Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) the of the
                    City of Laredo by rezoning 2.212 acres as further described
                    by metes and bounds, located on the west side of the Bob
                    Bullock Loop, north the Diamond Subdivision, from R-1
                    (Single Family Residential District) to B-4 (Highway
                    Commercial District).  (Louis H. Bruni)

      15. 98-O-036  Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) the of the
                    City of Laredo by rezoning 1.469 acres as further described
                    by metes and bounds, located on the west side of the Bob
                    Bullock Loop, north the Diamond Subdivision, from R-1
                    (Single Family Residential District) to B-4 (Highway
                    Commercial District).  (Louis H. Bruni)

      16. 98-O-037  Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) the of the
                    City of Laredo by rezoning 8.452 acres as further described
                    by metes and bounds, located on the west side of the Bob
                    Bullock Loop, north the Diamond Subdivision, from R-1
                    (Single Family Residential District) to M-1 (Light
                    Manufacturing District).  (Louis H. Bruni)

      17. 98-O-038  Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of
                    Laredo by authorizing the issuance of a Conditional Use
                    Permit for an income tax preparation office on Lot 10, Block
                    274, Eastern Division, located at 2008 Springfield Avenue.
                    (Joe A. Guerra)

      18. 98-O-039  Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) the of the
                    City of Laredo by rezoning Lots 1 and 2, Block 131, Eastern
                    Division, located at 3520 Springfield Road, from B-1
                    (Limited Business District) to B-3 (Community Business
                    District).  (Cecilia M. Moreno)

      19. 98-O-040  Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) the of the
                    City of Laredo by rezoning Lot 3, Block 848, Eastern
                    Division, located at 1517 San Pedro Street, from R-3 (Mixed
                    Residential District) to B-3 (Community Business District).
                    (Eliseo Valdez Jr.)

      20. 98-O-041  Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of
                    Laredo by rezoning Lots 7 and 8, Block 668, Eastern
                    Division, located at 3901 McPherson Road, from R-3 (Mixed
                    Residential District) to B-3 (Community Business District).
                    (Eliseo Valdez Jr.)

      21. 98-O-042  Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of
                    Laredo by rezoning Lot 1B, Block 1, Del Mar Hills Filing #1,
                    located on the west side of McPherson Road, north of Del Mar
                    Blvd., from B-1 (Limited Business District) to B-3
                    (Community Business District).  (Joe A. Guerra)

      22. 98-O-043  Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance (Map) of the City of
                    Laredo by rezoning 57.8 acres as further described by metes
                    and bounds, located at 10610 McPherson Road, from AG
                    (Agricultural District) to B-4 (Highway Commercial
                    District).  (Joe A. Guerra)

      23. 98-O-044  Ordinance authorizing the City Manager to execute an
                    amendment (increase) to the Laredo Municipal Transit Systems
                    FY 1997-98 operating budget (revenue and expenditures; fund
                    558) in the amount of $9,800.00, to $7,031,497.00, from
                    $7,021,697.00; transferring funds from the Transit Sales Tax
                    proceeds budget reserve account (Fund 518).  (City Council)

      24. 98-O-045  Amending Chapter 21 Offense and Miscellaneous provisions,
                    Article V.  Alarm Systems of the Code of Ordinances to the
                    City of Laredo. (City Council)

  VI.  RESOLUTIONS

      25. 98-R-08   Request for Executive Session pursuant to Texas Government
                    Code Section 551.071(1)(a)(b) to discuss pending litigation
                    and a settlement offer in Cause No.  E-96-2-C1, styled City
                    of Laredo v.  Jacaman Investment Group Ltd., et.al, and
                    return to open session for possible action thereon.

      26. 98-R-023  Accepting a grant from the Texas Department of Health in the
                    amount of $70,176.00, for the HIV/AIDS Housing Opportunities
                    for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) Project of the City of Laredo
                    Health Department for the period beginning February 1, 1998,
                    through January 31, 1999.

      27. 98-R-025  Authorizing the City Manager to enter into an agreement with
                    the Department of Treasury/U.S. Customs Service for the
                    reimbursement of $105,000.00, for funding the joint
                    Operation-Cooperation to search for stolen vehicles and
                    contraband crossing into Mexico at the City's International
                    Bridges. These monies will be used to pay overtime wages for
                    police officers involved in this Operation. This will be the
                    9th year the City has entered into this agreement and is at
                    no cost to the City.

      28. 98-R-026  Authorizing the City Manager to submit a grant application
                    to the Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice Division in
                    the amount of $79,641.00, with the City designating
                    $35,527.00, in matching funds for a total of $115,168.00,
                    for funding a Domestic Violence Grant under the Violence
                    Against Women Act (VAWA) for the period of June 1, 1998
                    through May 30, 1999.

      29. 98-R-027  Supporting the Texas Unified Statewide Plan on Community
                    Service and Volunteerism.

      30. 98-R-028  Resolution expressing the opposition of the City Council of
                    the City of Laredo to the designation, by the Texas
                    Department of Public Safety, of the Camino Columbia as the
                    designated Non-Radioactive Hazardous Materials/Cargo Route
                    for the City of Laredo and the surrounding area.

      31. 98-R-029  Authorizing the City Manager to enter into and execute an
                    Interlocal Government Agreement pursuant to the Vernon's
                    Texas Government Code, Chapter 791, between the City of
                    Laredo and the County of Webb, in which Webb County
                    Sheriff's Department and the City's Law Enforcement Agency,
                    namely the Laredo Police Department, require the formation
                    of a Mutual Aid Law Enforcement Task Force to mutually
                    assist each other in the areas of traffic control, crowd
                    control, and general law enforcement both within and beyond
                    the city limits during the various Washington's Birthday
                    Celebration festivities scheduled for February 12, 1998
                    through February 22, 1998.

 VII. MOTIONS

      32. Refund of property taxes in various amount to the following
          individuals or companies:
          a. The Laredo National Bank in the amount of $839.81 as a result of a
             clerical error.
          b. Ricardo and Diana V. Martinez in the amount of $862.97, as a result
             of a double payment.
          c. Hurd Urban Development, L.C. in the amount of $698.45, as a result
             of a double payment.
          d. The Laredo National Bank in the amount of $551.97, as a result of a
             clerical error.
          e. The Laredo National Bank in the amount of $936.56, as a result of a
             clerical error.
          f. E.J. Laurel in the amount of $680.26, as a result of a double
             payment.

      33. Approval of bid specifications and authorization to advertise for bids
          for the following:
          a) Laboratory Services for Groundwater Samples and Testing at the City
             Landfill- Public Works Department
          b) Collection and Disposal Services Contract for used automotive motor
             oil and filters - Public Works Department
          c) Pool Chemicals - Parks and Recreation Department
          A tentative bid of award date for items a, and b, is scheduled for
          March 16, 1998. A tentative bid of award date for items c, and d, is
          scheduled for March 2, 1998. Funding is available in the respective
          Department's operating budgets.

      34. Authorizing the advertisement for Request for Proposals (RFPs) from
          area professional firms interested in providing consultant services
          for Repairing and Remodeling the Canizales Gym located at 1600
          Guadalupe Street. Funding is available from proceeds of C.O. Sale.

      35. Authorizing the City Manager to solicit proposals from interested
          engineering firms to update the Airport Layout Plan (ALP) and Airport
          Property Map for the Laredo International Airport in accordance with
          all Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) guidelines, regulations and
          requirements.

      36. Authorizing the City Manager to solicit proposals from qualified
          consultants to design and prepare engineering plans, and
          specifications for implementing the Storm Water Management and Ecology
          Demonstration park at Laredo Community College campus on a fast tract
          basis.

      37. Authorizing the City Manager to solicit Request for Bid Proposals from
          qualified environmental contractors for the removal of 2 - 5000
          gallons underground storage tanks from the City of Laredo Airport
          located at 518 Flightline #132.

      38. Award of a contract to the SOLE BIDDER, Holt Company of Laredo, Texas,
          in the amount of $327,942.00, for the purchase of two new motor
          graders. This equipment will be used for all City paving projects.
          These graders will be purchased using a total cost format. The
          contract vendor included a five year maintenance cost and a guaranteed
          repurchase price if the City decides to sell these graders. This
          equipment will be delivered within ninety days. Funding is available
          in the Public Works capital outlay account.

      39. Award of a contract to the SOLE BIDDER, Dionex Corporation, Houston,
          Texas, in the amount of $17,900.00, for the purchase of one ion
          chromatography for use in the City's in-house laboratory. This
          specialized equipment is used to expedite both groundwater and surface
          water analysis of cations such as sodium, ammonium, lithium,
          potassium, magnesium, and calcium. Funding is available in the
          department's operation budget.

      40. Award of contract to the LOW BIDDER, All America Sales Corp., Houston,
          Texas, in the amount of $17,470.89, for the purchase of nine, police
          vehicle lightbars and accessories.  This equipment will be installed
          on the new vehicles scheduled to be delivered in April, 1998.  Funding
          is available in the Police Department's operating budget.

      41. Award of supply contract to the LOW BIDDERS MEETING SPECIFICATIONS,
          Javalina Ready Mix, Laredo, Texas ($1,053,800.00), for the purchase of
          ready mix cement, as required for all city paving and construction
          projects. The City is in receipt of a letter from Javalina Ready Mix
          addressing the City's concerns with material failures as per City
          Council direction.  Javalina Ready Mix agreed to be responsible for
          all costs associated with replacing any concrete work where the
          material does not meet the City's testing criteria.

          The City did receive a lower bid for ready mix concrete from City
          Ready Mix, Laredo, Texas, however, this company did not submit the
          required laboratory test reports for each class of concrete.  The
          submission of these reports is stipulated in the City's bid
          specifications. Also, City Ready Mix submitted several conditions as
          to their delivery of concrete to job site that are not acceptable to
          the City. A total of three bids were received for this purchase.

      42. Award of a professional services engineering contract to B.W.
          Zimmerman & Associates, Harrisburg, PA, for an amount not to exceed
          $105,517.00, to provide engineering services for the Toll System
          Upgrade and Electronic Toll Collection Implementation to include
          conceptual plan, design, construction implementation, system testing
          phases for three of the existing international bridges and an option
          to include the proposed fourth international bridge at additional cost
          in the future. Funding is available in Bridge System Toll Plaza
          Improvements.

      43. Award of an professional services contract to Raba-Kistner
          Consultants, Inc., Laredo, Texas, for an amount not to exceed
          $22,178.00, to provide Laboratory, Sampling and Testing Services of
          materials for quality control for the E.D.A.  Project No. 08-01-03080
          - Airport Medical Infrastructure Improvements Arkansas Avenue
          Extension. Funding is available in the EDA Airport Medical Park
          Professional Services - Testing Fees.

      44. Approval of change order no. 1, an net increase in the amount of
          $1,725.31, to Holmes and Shaw, Inc., San Antonio, Texas, for
          additional services to print and mail the 1997 tax statements and tax
          rolls. The original purchase order amount was $8,393.13. The
          additional services were necessary due to an increase in the number of
          accounts and for preparing the mail addresses with the ZIP + 4 format
          in order to qualify for postage savings.

      45. Approval of amendment no. 1, an increase of a total of $2,227.50, to
          Applied Earth Sciences, Inc., Corpus Christi, Texas, for the cost
          overrun due to unforeseen situations, such as missing lifting eyes and
          fiberglass construction, from the City of Laredo Airport Fuel Farm
          current contract.  Original contract with Applied Earth Sciences is in
          the amount of $29,500.00.  This amendment will bring the contract to
          $31,727.50.

      46. Approval of the modified plans for the Market Street Tennis Courts
          Improvements Project to add an office/training room per staff
          recommendations, and the award of a construction contract to the
          Lowest Bidder, Paragon Builders, Inc., Laredo, Texas, in the amount of
          $133,000.00. Funding is available in the amount of $47,000.00 from the
          balance remaining in the Recreational Centers.

      47. Approval to solicit bids for the purchase of fence materials to
          construct the Extension of a Fence at the City of Laredo Cemetery
          using city crews and contract labor, with a tentative award date of
          March 16, 1998. Funding is available in the Capital Improvement Fund
          Cemetery Improvements.

      48. Authorize the advance of 1.4 million from the General Fund to the
          Airport Construction Fund (formerly titled as the New Airport Fund) in
          connection with the purchase of land for the Municipal Airport
          pursuant to the settlement of Cause No. F-96-2-C1 City of Laredo v.
          Jacaman Investment Group, which advance will constitute and interfund
          borrowing and shall be reimbursed from Certificates of Obligation to
          be issued by the City of Laredo International Airport no later than
          August 30, 1998.

      49. Award a contract to Betty Ann Kane & Company in the amount of
          $4,000.00, per month for Washington liaison services.

VIII.  CITY MANAGER'S REPORT

      50. Status report regarding the implementation of the City of Laredo FAR
          PART 150 Airport Noise Compatibility Program and installation of the
          Terminal Automated Radar Display Information System (TARDIS).

      51. Status report contracting for jet passenger service with possible
          action. Consider scheduling a joint City Council and Airport Advisory
          Board workshop to discuss proposals for passenger jet service to and
          from the Laredo International Airport.

      52. Consideration and action on setting a date of either February 24 or 25
          to meet with our Legislative Liaison, Mario Martinez and Bob Strauser
          to discuss State Legislative Strategies.

      53. Presentation by Joe M. Guerra, Director Public Works Department on
          Creek Cleaning Efforts throughout the City.

  7:00 RECESS

  IX.  COMMUNICATIONS

   X.  CITY COUNCIL DISCUSSION AND PRESENTATION

      54. Requests by Mayor and City Councilmembers for discussion and
          presentation.

    A.  Requests by Mayor Pro Tem Jose R. Perez

       1. Recognizing United States Cellular for their generous assistance in
          making the City's Community Oriented Policing Services Program (COPS)
          a success by donating 12 cellular phones with free unlimited calling
          time to the Laredo Police Department.

    B.  Requests by Councilmember Louis H. Bruni

       1. Requesting City Council approval to instruct staff to identify
          potential sites to acquire and construct a recreational facility in
          District II, and to include in the 1998-99 Community Development Block
          Grant Program Budget.

       2. Discussion and possible action on the Ropa Usada establishment located
          at 2601 Ash Street.

       3. Discussion and possible action on a creek maintenance problem at the
          3600 block of Galveston

       4. Discussion and possible action on adding the 3300 block of Lane the
          1600, 1700, and 1800 block of Milmo to the current Street Paving
          Project.

       5. Status report on the Montgomery India Drainage Problem with possible
          action.

       6. Discussion and possible action on establishing a police substation at
          Heritage Park.

    C.  Requests by Councilmember Alfonso "Poncho" Casso

       1. Discussion and possible action on holding a public referendum on May
          2, 1998 General Election regarding the elimination of truck lines on
          IH35.

       2. Discussion and possible action on the implementation of a voucher
          system regarding commercial trucks using the International bridges.

       3. Status report on the staging area for commercial trucks.

       4. Status report regarding the naming of an International Trade Advisory
          Committee with possible action.

    D.  Requests by Councilmember Joe A. Guerra

       1. Discussion and possible action to retain the traffic barricade at the
          intersection of North Avenue and Amador Salinas.

  XI.  PUBLIC HEARINGS

      55. Public hearing amending the contract with the Texas Department of
          Health and Budget in the amount of $70,176.00, for the HIV/AIDS
          housing opportunities for persons with AIDS (HOPWA) Project, of the
          City of Laredo Health Department for the period from February 1, 1998,
          through January 31, 1999.

                          INTRODUCTION OF AN ORDINANCE
          Ordinance amending the contract with the Texas Department of Health
          and Budget in the amount of $70,176.00, for the HIV/AIDS housing
          opportunities for persons with AIDS (HOPWA) Project, of the City of
          Laredo Health Department for the period from February 1, 1998, through
          January 31, 1999.

      56. Public hearing amending the City of Laredo's 1997-1998 Annual Budget
          by increasing funding to Community Action Agency/Elderly Nutrition
          Program, a third party agency, by $20,000.00, from the General Fund
          Reserve Appropriation-Salary Savings line item, and authorizing the
          City Manager to implement said budget.

                          INTRODUCTION OF AN ORDINANCE
          Ordinance amending the City of Laredo's 1997-1998 Annual Budget by
          increasing funding to Community Action Agency/Elderly Nutrition
          Program, a third party agency, by $20,000.00, from the General Fund
          Reserve Appropriation-Salary Savings line item, and authorizing the
          City Manager to implement said budget.

      57. Public hearing amending the City of Laredo's 1997-1998 Annual Budget
          in the amount of $59,068.00, for additional salary, fringe benefit
          costs and direct operating expenses for a Multi-Agency Narcotics Task
          Force for the period of June 1, 1997 and ending May 31, 1998.

                          INTRODUCTION OF AN ORDINANCE
          Ordinance amending the City of Laredo's 1997-1998 Annual Budget in the
          amount of $59,068.00, for additional salary, fringe benefit costs and
          direct operating expenses for a Multi-Agency Narcotics Task Force for
          the period of June 1, 1997 and ending May 31, 1998.

      58. Public hearing amending the City of Laredo's 1997-1998 Annual Budget
          in the amount of $103,111.00, for direct operating expenses, purchase
          of a K-9 and purchase of computer equipment for the Multi-Financial
          Disruption Task Force awarded by the Office of National Drug Control
          Policy for the period of July 1, 1997 and ending June 30, 1998.

                          INTRODUCTION OF AN ORDINANCE
          Ordinance amending the City of Laredo's 1997-1998 Annual Budget in the
          amount of $103,111.00, for direct operating expenses, purchase of a K-
          9 and purchase of computer equipment for the Multi-Financial
          Disruption Task Force awarded by the Office of National Drug Control
          Policy for the period of July 1, 1997 and ending June 30, 1998.

      59. Public hearing amending the City of Laredo's 1997-1998 U.S. Customs
          Service Fund budget in the amount of $105,000.00 and authorizing the
          City Manager to enter into an agreement with the Department of
          Treasury/U.S. Customs for the reimbursement of $105,000.00, for
          funding the joint Operation-Cooperation to search for stolen vehicles
          and contraband crossing into Mexico at the City's International
          Bridges. These monies will be used to pay overtime wages for police
          officers involved in this operation. This will be the 9th year the
          City has entered into this agreement and is at no cost to the City.

                          INTRODUCTION OF AN ORDINANCE
          Ordinance amending the City of Laredo's 1997-1998 U.S. Customs Service
          Fund budget in the amount of $105,000.00 and authorizing the City
          Manager to enter into an agreement with the Department of
          Treasury/U.S. Customs for the reimbursement of $105,000.00, for
          funding the joint Operation-Cooperation to search for stolen vehicles
          and contraband crossing into Mexico at the City's International
          Bridges. These monies will be used to pay overtime wages for police
          officers involved in this operation. This will be the 9th year the
          City has entered into this agreement and is at no cost to the City.


    A98-R-04(S)                                         FEBRUARY 2, 1998
                       SUPPLEMENTAL AGENDA
VII.  MOTIONS

       1. Adopting a schedule of hearings and proceedings, and directing staff
          to prepare a service plan for the annexation of 1 parcel of land
          totaling 420 acres in accordance with Section 43.052 of the Texas
          Local Government Code land which consists of the following:

          a) Tract 1: Unitec Industrial Park Tract -
                      420 acres more or less.

 XII.  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 FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1998 AT 5:30 P.M.

                                  ________________________
                                   GUSTAVO GUEVARA, JR.
                                   CITY SECRETARY