ࡱ> qsrq` bjbjqPqP 7b::&lll8&mn4Y>Zo:o"oooo.oo صڵڵڵڵڵڵ$h~UooUUooU8ooصUصoNo pql Դ)0Y,}9p}}p } c pppppppYUUUUdj$j CITY OF LAREDO CITY COUNCIL MEETING M2006-R-09 CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 1110 HOUSTON STREET LAREDO, TEXAS 78040 May 1, 2006 5:30 P.M. I. CALL TO ORDER With a quorum present, Mayor Elizabeth G. Flores called the meeting to order. II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Flores led in the Pledge of Allegiance. III. ROLL CALL In attendance: Elizabeth G. Flores, Mayor Alfredo Agredano, Council Member, District I Hector Garcia, Council Member, District II John C. Galo, Council Member, District III Johnny Amaya, Council Member, District IV Johnny Rendon Council Member, District V Gene Belmares, Council Member, District VI Juan Chavez, Council Member, District VII Juan Ramirez, Mayor Pro Tem, District VIII Gustavo Guevara, Jr., City Secretary Larry Dovalina, City Manager Cynthia Collazo, Deputy City Manager Horacio De Leon, Assistant City Manager Rafael Garcia, Assistant City Manager Jaime Flores, City Attorney IV. MINUTES Approval of the minutes of February 6, 2006, and March 8, 2006. Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Amaya Second: Cm. Ramirez For: 8 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 V. COMMUNICATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS Announcements a. Inaugural radio test transmission for new 800 MHz radio system. Francisco Meza, Purchasing Director, announced that October 2005 Council showed their support for a $7 Million dollar system that will change the way communication will be used. He noted that the equipment is in and staff is in the training phase. b. Presentation by Dr. Dennis D. Cantu, LISD Board President and Dr. Daniel Garcia, Jr., LISD Superintendent regarding the LISD Bond election scheduled for May 13, 2006. Dr. Daniel Garcia, Jr., informed Council that Laredo Independent School District is proposing a 57 million bond election. He thanked the Council for their continued support to their school system. He gave a comprehensive report of the projects listed within the bond election. Dr. Cantu reminded Council that the state will fund 80% of the bond election issue and the tax payers will pay 20% of what is needed. He thanked council for their support throughout the years. Invitations None. Recognitions a. Presentation of the Fourth Annual Sister Cities Festival award and tribute to Mayor Elizabeth G. Flores for her devotion to the mission of promoting peace through mutual respect, understanding, & cooperation - one individual, one community at a time. Patricia Taylor, Convention and Visitors Bureau Director, mentioned that it was an honor for her to be asked to thank Mayor Flores for her unwavering support to the Sister Cities Program. She added that the Mayor has left an incredible legacy for future Mayors to follow. Gustavo Guevara, Jr., City Secretary, mentioned that the Sister Cities Festival event exceeds everyones expectations each year to where there are no additional booths available for new vendors. b. Recognition of Council Member Alfredo Agredano for his eight years of service in the Transit Advisory Committee. Cm. Agredano was presented a plaque for serving eight years on the Transit Advisory Committee. c. Recognition of the appointees for District III, by Council Member John C. Galo. Olga Gentry, 8 years Library Advisory Board Glen Ruiz 8 year Telecommunications Advisory Committee Javier Compean, Parks & Recreation Committee Julia Rulhman, Laredo Commission for Women d. Recognition of the appointees for District I, by Council Member Alfredo Agredano. Sammy Amaya, Para Transit Advisory Committee Dr. Michael Landeck, Airport Advisory Committee Juanita I Hernandez Planning and Zoning Commission Cristobal Rodriguez, Board of Adjustments George Becklehymer Citizens Environmental Committee Daniel Donovin, Telecommunication Sister Rosemary Welch, Commission for Women Jose L. Perez Plaza Theater e. Presentation to Council Member John Galo, District III, and Council Member Alfredo Agredano, District I for eight years of service to the City of Laredo. Mayor Flores and City Council thanked Council Member John Galo, District III, and Council Member Alfredo Agredano, District I for serving eight years to the City of Laredo. f. Presentation by Susan Parish, The Webb County Community Coalition of SCAN, Inc., to members of the Laredo City Council for their support of the smoking ban. Susan Parish, President Director, thanked City Council for their support for initiating the smoking ordinance. She added that they have given a wonder prevention program for the City of Laredo. Communiqus None. a. Mayor Elizabeth G. Flores reports on the City of Laredo El Metro Transit System. The public transportation is a catalyst for economic and social opportunities that help make America more efficient and productive. American families spend 18% of their household income on transportation, making it the second largest household expenditure after housing. Public transportation can significantly reduce the amount of money a family spends getting to work, school and other activities. In addition, the high cost of driving impacts the individuals economic opportunities. Without means of transportation, access to high quality and high paying jobs becomes more difficult. Public transportation provides an affordable, and for many, necessary alternative to driving. Public transportation makes it possible for Laredoans to access work, school, medical appointments and other everyday activities. Every day transit allows people from every walk of life to make decisions that improve their quality of lives, such as shortening commute times and spending more time with their families, while improving air quality, and saving energy. Nationally, an estimated 94 percent of welfare recipients moving into the workforce rely on public transportation While transit clearly benefits those who use it, even larger benefits accrue to all citizens in the form of economic development, reduced congestion, more livable communities and cleaner air. The monetary cost of motor vehicle emissions nationally has been estimated from $10 billion to $200 billion annually. Public transportation reduces annual emissions of the pollutants that create smog by more than 70,000 tons and 27,000 tons respectively. In 2000, the total cost of congestion in terms of lost hours and wasted fuel was $68 billion. Currently, the nationwide annual cost may approach $100 billion in lost hours and wasted fuel. Furthermore, the public transportation is currently responding to new additional challenges. The U.S. Department of Transportation National Infrastructure Security Committee brings together the transportation industry, labor unions and the government to examine security systems, set national standards and ensure protection for transportation assets. Major public transportation systems are implementing scanners and detectors to respond to bio-terrorist attacks or chemical accidents. Enhanced safety and security measures are being implemented, including increased and greater visibility of security personnel, removal of receptacles that could hide dangerous packages, and increased public awareness through the  HYPERLINK "http://transit-safety.volpe.dot.gov/security/TransitWatch/" Transit Watch program which calls to passengers to be alert for suspicious activities and packages. Currently, El Metro and the City of Laredo are promoting the Transit Watch program through bus advertisements, flyers, and through the Citys website. Lastly, the Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff plans to centralize his agencys terror analysis, put a higher priority on bioterrorism and step up detection systems in mass transit. Ensuring this freedom requires safety and security. That is why every public transportation system in America has made the safety and security of passengers a top priority. In addition to security issues transit systems are also responding to natural threats. When hurricanes threaten the Gulf coast, Texas transit systems are activated to provide emergency evacuation and assistance to emergency systems. Recently, El Metro was mobilized when hurricane Rita threatened the City of Corpus Christi, transporting people from shelters to hospitals and other medical facilities for care. Lastly, considerable documentation shows that accident, injury, and fatality rates for users of public transit are lower than for users of private motor vehicles. Riding the bus is 170 times safer than automobile travel.  HYPERLINK "http://texastransit.org/transit-facts/" El Metro Now There are a total of 90 transit systems in Texas, out of which, 33 are small urban transit systems, serving populations under 200,000, including the City of Laredo. However, as the City of Laredo has grown by leaps and bounds both in population and in size, El Metro has strived to maintain or exceed the level of service provided to all the citizens of Laredo and Nuevo Laredo, who are a huge percentage of El Metros passengers. El Metro operates city-wide bus service Monday through Saturday from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., 52 weeks of the year. The fleet is comprised of 47 buses and 2 trolleys; 32 buses run with Compressed Natural Gas and the remaining 15 are diesel operated. El Lift paratransit service operates the same operating hours as the fixed route bus service and provides curb-to-curb service to its eligible ADA certified clients. El Metro currently has 22 bus routes servicing approximately 14,000 riders a day. El Metro has recently announced their ridership has increased by 4.9 % in 2005, for a total fixed route ridership of 3,939,500. According to the American Public Transportation (APTA), the national average increase for buses was 2.5%. The ridership increase in Laredo is almost twice the national average increase and far exceeds other small urban systems in Texas. In addition, El Lift paratransit service also had an increase of ridership of 1.7% in ridership for 2005, for a total of 52,697. The total ridership for El Metro in 2005 was 3,992,197, almost 4 million riders! In Texas, Laredo is ranked number one in ridership as indicated in the American Public Transportation Ridership Report Third Quarter 2005 under small urban systems.  EMBED Excel.Sheet.8  The comparison of El Metro to other transit system (see figure5-2 top) uses the information provided by all transit systems to the Federal Transit Administration. The information was provided to compare basic service effectiveness, cost efficiency, and passenger response to the existing service. When compared to systems that have a similar population and peak vehicle requirement, El Metro stands out in terms of the number of vehicles, revenue hours and miles of service provided. El Metro operates about twice as many hours of service and has almost twice as many miles of service as the other peer systems. Furthermore, the peer average for unlinked passengers per hour was 20 boardings versus Laredo at 33 boardings. Thats 165 % more than the peer average! Lastly, the peer average cost per passenger trip was $3.36 versus Laredo at $1.51 65% less than its peers. In addition to meeting the demands of its riders, El Metro has become involved in projects that improve the lives of all Laredo citizens and its visitors. Since the year 2000, El Metro has constructed 3 bus bays in areas such as McPherson Ave. and Del Mar Blvd. These bus bays allow buses to maneuver away from on-going traffic and provide a safer boarding point for passengers. With the assistance of El Metro, the city has benefited from many street resurfacing projects throughout Laredo. In 2004, a $6 million Transit Sales Tax Certificate of Obligation (C.O.) was issued to widen streets, improve intersections, and construct sidewalks for our pedestrians. In addition to the C.O., El Metro has worked with the City of Laredo to construct more than 65 blocks of sidewalks on bus routes since the year 2000. In addition, El Metro has over 1,600 bus stops and approximately 265 benches throughout the city. Finally, El Metro has 53 advertising bus shelters and 50 sun-shade bus shelters in high key boarding areas to shield our passengers from the hot sun and inclement weather. El Metro operates a maintenance and operations facility with 6 bus bays that includes paint and body shop and a covered parking lot for the fleet. El Metros Transit Center, centrally located in the heart of historical downtown Laredo was built in 1997 with both federal and local assistance. This facility includes a 16 space city bus terminal, an 8 space inter city bus terminal, climate controlled passenger waiting lobby, information and vending facilities, and a 405 space parking garage. The parking garage is open from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday and on Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. In order to become more automated, a new Ticket Vending Machine (TVM) was recently purchased and is located in the first floor of the lobby area for easy and fast ticket purchasing. The TVM is a self-service device that sells magnetically encoded bus fare media cards. The TVM is also ADA compliant as it provides audio assistance for the hearing impaired in both English and Spanish. The Customer Service Call Center operates from the Transit Centers 2nd floor providing clients bus route information and scheduling El Lift appointments from 7:00 a.m. through 9:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 a.m. through 9:00 p.m. El Metros Future El Metro is currently in the process of selecting a site for building a new transit facility that will better accommodate the community and employees as well. In 2004, the City of Laredo and El Metro hired the consultants of Huitt-Zollar to assist in the selection and environmental study of a new Operations and Maintenance Facility. As a result of the tremendous growth of the city, the present maintenance facility which houses our buses, mechanic and body shop, and fueling facilities will have to be replaced to meet the future transportation needs. Fortunately since 2002, El Metro has received approximately $7.5 million in federal earmarks for the new facility. The new facility will cost around $20 million dollars and will include offices for administrations, operations and maintenance departments, driver areas, vehicle maintenance, bus parking, fuel and wash areas and parts storage to support the fleet of buses and vans. Having all the departments in one building will offer better service to the citizens of Laredo. In addition, El Metro will soon be acquiring seven new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Blue Bird buses to replace some of its aging fleet. The new buses are tentatively scheduled to be in service in early June. The City of Laredo and El Metro are asking its legislators for additional earmarks to replace half the fleet of buses that will reach their maximum life in the next few years. El Metro has been taking great strides to ensure safe and quality service to its growing number of riders in 2006. So as the city establishes new traffic corridors in and around major attractions, El Metro will be reviewing its current transit system bus routes to see how El Metro can service these areas. VI. APPOINTMENTS TO COMMISSIONS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES a. Appointment by Council Member Johnny Amaya of Rebecca C. Sepulveda to the Historic District / Landmark Board. Motion to approve the appointment of Rebecca C. Sepulveda to the Historic District/Landmark Board. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 8 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 Motion to excuse Cm. Galo. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Amaya For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 VII. PUBLIC HEARINGS 1. Public hearing and introductory ordinance authorizing the City Manager to accept a Federal Aviation Administration Grant and amend the City of Laredo FY 2006 Airport Construction Fund Budget to recognize additional revenues from a grant received from the Federal Aviation Administration Airport Improvement Program, being Grant Project No. 3-48-0136-48-06, in the amount of $1,424,968.00 to improve runway safety area, conduct a Benefit/Cost Analysis to include Environmental Assessment for a future Runway extension project, construct cargo pads, airfield electrical improvements, A&E services to rehabilitate General Aviation Apron Phases 3 and 4, complete noise study and acquire an interactive employee training system at the Laredo International Airport by appropriating said grant revenue to the appropriate expenditure accounts and authorizing the City Manager to implement said budget amendment. Motion to open the public hearing. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Amaya For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 There was no public input. Motion to close the public hearing and introduce. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Garcia For: 8 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 Ordinance Introduction: City Council 2. Public hearing and introductory ordinance authorizing the City Manager to accept a Federal Aviation Administration Grant and amend the City of Laredo FY 2006 Airport Construction Fund Budget in order to recognize additional revenues from the Federal Aviation Administration Airport Improvement Program, being Grant Project No. 3-48- 0136-47-06, in the amount of $2,000,000.00 for noise mitigation under FAR PART 150 Noise Abatement Program for the Laredo International Airport by appropriating said grant revenue to the appropriate expenditure accounts and authorizing the City Manager to implement said budget amendment. Motion to open the public hearing. Moved: Cm. Garcia Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 There was no public input. Motion to close the public hearing and introduce. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Amaya For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 Ordinance Introduction: City Council 3. Public hearing and introductory ordinance establishing Laundromat service fees on all Multi-Family Apartment Properties where a Laundromat facility is available in the Airport Noise Compatibility Program and implementing a $1.00 fee for each washer or dryer cycle use. The Laredo Municipal Housing Corporation as authorized through the property management service contract of November 20, 2000 will manage the maintenance of all washers and dryers. Motion to open the public hearing. Moved: Cm. Garcia Second: Cm. Amaya For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 There was no public input. Motion to close the public hearing and introduce. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 Ordinance Introduction: City Council 4. Public hearing and introductory ordinance accepting a grant in the amount of $20,000.00 from the Texas Department of Transportation for enforcement of Vehicle Occupant Protection during the Memorial Day Holiday Crackdown and amending the City of Laredos Fiscal Year 2005 2006 Annual Budget in the amount of $20,000.00. This grant is for overtime salaries, including fringe benefits, and is funded 100% by the Texas Department of Transportation. Motion to open the public hearing. Moved: Cm. Garcia Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 There was no public input. Motion to close the public hearing and introduce. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Amaya For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 Ordinance Introduction: City Council VIII. INTRODUCTORY ORDINANCES 5. Amending Article II, Section 2-16, Departments of the City, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Laredo, Texas, clarifying the authority of the City Manager to appoint, suspend or remove all City Department Directors except as otherwise provided by law, the City Charter, or policies adopted in accordance with the Charter, and clarifying the authority of Department Directors to appoint, suspend or remove all employees in their respective departments, and limiting the power of each to delegate this specific authority; creating a new department of Communications and Administrative Support Services; and providing for severability and effective date. Ordinance Introduction: City Council 6. Amending Chapter 19, Motor Vehicles and Traffic, Article VIII; Stopping, Standing or Parking, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Laredo: Specifically Section 19-364, restricted parking areas, by adding Subsection B No Parking Anytime/Tow Away Zone on Spring Road, north of Shiloh Drive; providing severability, an effective date and publication. Ordinance Introduction: City Council IX. FINAL READING OF ORDINANCES Motion to waive the final readings of Ordinance 2006-O-085, 2006-O-086, 2006-O-087, 2006-O-088, 2006-O-089, 2006-O-090, 2006-O-091, 2006-O-092, 2006-O-093, 2006-O-094, 2006-O-095, 2006-O-096, 2006-O-097, 2006-O-098, and 2006-O-099. Moved: Cm. Garcia Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 7. 2006-O-085 Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning 4,715.02 square feet out of Lot 5, Block 1127, Western Division, further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit A, located at 2016 Farias Street, from R-3 (Mixed Residential District) to R-1A (Single Family Reduced Area District). Motion to adopt Ordinance # 2006-O-085. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 2006-O-086 Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning 2,505.83 square feet out of Lots 1, 2 and 3, Block 1127, Western Division, further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit A, located at 2012 Farias Street, from R-3 (Mixed Residential District) to R-1A (Single Family Reduced Area District). Motion to adopt Ordinance # 2006-O-086. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 2006-O-087 Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by authorizing a Conditional Use Permit for a contractors office and warehouse on Lots 1, 2 and 3, Block 1998, Eastern Division, located at 3203 Kearney Street. Motion to adopt Ordinance # 2006-O-087. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 2006-O-088 Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning of Lot 1, Block 1, Elizabeth Bonugli Subdivision, located at 7309 Wagner Street, from R-3 (Mixed Residential District) to R-2 (Multi-Family Residential District). Motion to adopt Ordinance # 2006-O-088. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 2006-O-089 Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning 9.04 acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit A, located on North Bartlett Avenue south of Del Mar Boulevard, from R-1 (Single-Family Residential District) and R-2 (Multi-Family Residential District) to B-3 (Community Business District). Motion to adopt Ordinance # 2006-O-089. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 2006-O-090 Amending Ordinance No. 2004-O-089 authorizing the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit to David Richter for a concrete batch plant on 5.00 acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit A, located at 4318 S. Zapata Highway, by extending the terms of the permit two (2) more years. Motion to adopt Ordinance # 2006-O-090. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 2006-O-091 Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning of Lots 1 and 2, Block 1625, Eastern Division, located at 1003 S. Louisiana Avenue, from R-3 (Mixed Residential District) to R-2 (Multi-Family Residential District). Motion to adopt Ordinance # 2006-O-091. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 2006-O-092 Amending the Zoning Ordinance Map of the City of Laredo by rezoning 37.65 acres, as further described by metes and bounds in attached Exhibit A, located north of Enlace Street east of Arco Iris Street, from R-1A (Single-Family Reduced Area District) to R-1MH (Single-Family Manufactured Housing District). Motion to adopt Ordinance # 2006-O-092. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 2006-O-093 Amending the City of Laredo Fiscal Year 2005 2006 Annual Budget for the South Texas Regional 911 System Fund by appropriating revenues and expenditures in the amount of $336,454.00. The Commission on State Emergency Communication provided a subsequent allocation to the South Texas Region for the period of September 1, 2005 through August 31, 2006. Motion to adopt Ordinance # 2006-O-093. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 2006-O-094 Amending the City of Laredo 2005 2006 General Fund annual budget by adding one (1) full time equivalent position to address legislative matters for the City of Laredo. Funding in the estimated amount of $28,200.00 for the latter three months of this fiscal year including salary and fringe benefits is available in General Fund City Managers Department. Motion to adopt Ordinance # 2006-O-094. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 2006-O-095 Amending the City of Laredo Fiscal Year 2006 General Fund Budget by appropriating revenues and expenditures in the amount of $144,254.00 respectively for the lease purchase financing of necessary cardio and strength equipment for the recreation centers and authorizing the City Manager to implement said budget amendment. Funding for the lease will be contingent on funding availability in subsequent fiscal years. Motion to adopt Ordinance # 2006-O-095. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 2006-O-096 Authorizing the City Manager to amend the Fiscal Year 2006 Recreation Fund to appropriate expenditures in the amount of $130,000.00 for a professional services contract for research and development of a Request for Proposals and develop criteria for evaluating proposals to determine the suitability of the construction of a new Baseball Stadium for the City of Laredo. Funding is available in the Recreation Fund Balance. Motion to adopt Ordinance # 2006-O-096. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 2006-O-097 Accepting a grant awarded to the City of Laredo Fiscal Year 2005 2006 budget to reflect the actual grant amount of $99,916.00 awarded by the Office of the National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA), at no cost to the city, to fund the STX Multi-Agency Drug Related Corruption Task Force. Funds will be used to pay overtime, fringe benefits, and operational expenses from January 1, 2006 through December 31, 2006. Motion to adopt Ordinance # 2006-O-097. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 2006-O-098 Accepting a grant awarded and amending the City of Laredo Fiscal Year 2005 2006 budget by decreasing revenues and expenses in the amount of $7,260.00 to reflect the actual grant amount of $630,685.00 awarded by the Office of the National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA), at no cost to the city, to fund the Laredo Financial Task Force. Funds will be used to pay personnel salaries, travel, and operational expenses from January 1, 2006 through December 31, 2006. Motion to adopt Ordinance # 2006-O-098. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 2006-O-099 Abandoning a utility easement described as being a 15 foot wide strip of land, containing 0.0344 acres, more or less, situated in Porcion 32, Abstract 296, Antonio Trevio, original grantee, Webb County, Texas. Said 0.0344 acre tract being out of Tract A-4, Tanquesitos II Subdivision, Webb County, Texas and being a utility easement was granted to the City of Laredo by Rafael Hernandez by conveyance instrument dated January 15, 2003, recorded in Volume 1354, pp. 645-647, Official Public Records of Webb County, Texas, and described on the attached Exhibit A. Said release of easement, being in consideration of an alternative utility easement that was conveyed to the City of Laredo on January 19, 2006 and providing for an effective date. Motion to adopt Ordinance # 2006-O-099. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Rendon For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 X. RESOLUTIONS 8. 2006-R-045 Authorizing the City Manager to enter into a Funding Agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation in the amount of $6,629,500.00 for the West Laredo Multimodal Trade Corridor Phase III Calton Road Railroad Grade Separation Project. The Federal contribution is $6,375,600.00 and the Citys contribution of $253,900.00. Funding will be available through a future bond issuance. The Federal contribution for this project is derived from $3,500,000.00 awarded through the National Corridor Planning and Development/Coordinated Border Infrastructure Program (NCPD/CBI), of which $975,600.00 is to be used for this project, $2,400,000.00 awarded through the Highway Discretionary Projects Earmarks, and $3,000,000.00 awarded through the Surface Transportation Projects Program. Motion to approve Resolution # 2006-R-045. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Garcia For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 9. 2006-R-046 Accepting the donation of a Utility Easement from Laredo Hills, Ltd., L.L.P., and Hurd Ranch Company, Ltd., to install a waterline to serve the Larga Vista Subdivision area. Said easement being described in the document dated April 6, 2006, and recorded in Volume 2068, pp. 465-470, Official Property Records, Webb County, Texas, which is attached hereto as Exhibit 1, and the location of said easement being shown on Exhibit A attached to Exhibit 1. Motion to approve Resolution # 2006-R-046. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Garcia For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 10. 2006-R-047 Accepting the donation of one (1) Utility Easement from Javier M. Ramos for the extension of water and sewer services lines to the Tanquecitos II Subdivision. This being the North 15 feet of Tract A-6, Tanquecitos II, situated in Porcion 32, Abstract 296, Webb County, Texas; and described by metes and bounds and survey attached as Exhibits A and B. Motion to approve Resolution # 2006-R-047. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Garcia For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 11. 2006-R-048 Amending contract with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) by decreasing the grant award amount by $1,832.52 for the operation of the two (2) continuous air monitoring stations (CAMS) by the City of Laredo Health Department, changing the total amount awarded to $208,167.48, for the contract term from September 1, 2003 through August 31, 2006. The decrease in funds is due to a reduction in funding from TCEQ. Motion to approve Resolution # 2006-R-048. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Garcia For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 12. 2006-R-051 Resolution directing publication of notice of intention to issue City of Laredo, Texas Combination Tax and Revenue Certificates of Obligation, Series 2006, in the principal amount of $17,370,000.00 for paying all or a portion of the Citys Contractual Obligations for the purpose of constructing and equipping Police and Fire Department improvements for substations, a training center and headquarters building, constructing, improving, repairing, and extending city streets, and providing improvements to the West Laredo Corridor Project (Road Improvements), together with drainage improvements, traffic and signal equipment and improvements, constructing and equipping improvements to the Citys health complex, branch library, and municipal parks, and for the payment of legal, fiscal and engineering fees in connection with such projects. Motion to approve Resolution # 2006-R-051. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Garcia For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 XI. MOTIONS 13. Authorizing the City Manager to approve payment from the Citys Arena Renewal and Replacement Account for the purchase of folding chairs, pipe and drape, folding tables, and stage components and decking in a total amount not to exceed $50,000.00. Items purchased through the Renewal and Replacement Account are on a 50% cost basis to the City of Laredo and a 50% cost basis to Arena Ventures, L.L.C.; funding is available in the Renewal and Replacement Account. Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Garcia Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 14. Authorizing the City Manager to amend its 2004 Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) contract with the Laredo Homeless Coalition by extending the contract deadline from June 1, 2006 to August 15, 2006. The 2004 Emergency Shelter Grant Funds are made available through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Garcia Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 15. Consideration to amend the existing Hosting Agreement, a multi-year contract with Crystal Group, Inc. a Texas Corporation, to increase the contract amount from $84,225.00 to $273,225.00 for Fiscal Year 2006, to include costs to meet contractual obligations of the City of Laredo, found in Schedule 2, A. Items 1, 10, and 11 of the Hosting Agreement; and to limit the financial responsibility of the City for Schedule 2, A. Items 1, 10, and 11 to $189,000.00, not including local labor costs. Funding is available in the Laredo Convention & Visitors Bureau Budget. Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Garcia Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 16. Consideration to approve a five (5) year professional service contract with Estrada Hinojosa & Company, Inc., Dallas, Texas, for Financial Advisory Services for the City of Laredo. Financial advisory services fees are based on the size of the debt issuance sold and are paid from said proceeds. Funding for these services will be available from proceeds of the debt issuance. Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Garcia Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 17. Authorizing the City Manager to reimburse the Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS) in the amount of $38,159.00 in response to the Public Health Preparedness and Women Infants and Children (WIC) Program review. Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Garcia Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 18. Consideration to award contract FY06-057 to the sole bidder Rankin Automotive Transmission, Laredo, Texas, in the estimated amount of $65,625.00 for transmission repairs at the Fleet Maintenance Division. The bid pricing is 8% lower than last contract period and will be firm during the contract period. All repair work will be secured on as needed basis. Funding is available in the Fleet Maintenance Fund. Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Garcia Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 19. Consideration to exercise the renewal option for one (1) additional year for contract FY04-049 for the purchase of automotive batteries from Laurel Battery, Laredo, Texas, in the estimated annual amount of $29,642.70. All batteries will be purchased on an as needed basis. Funding is available in the Fleet Maintenance Budget. Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Garcia Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 20. Approval to appoint Dr. Maurice Click to continue to serve as the Health Departments Health Authority under Section 121.033 of the Texas Health and Safety Code, for the period of April 1, 2006 through March 31, 2008, and authorizing the City Manager to enter into a contract with Dr. Click for professional services in the amount not to exceed $12,720.00 per year. Funding is available in the Health Fund Office of Public Health Practice (OPHP) grant. Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Garcia Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 21. Consideration to authorize the City Manager to purchase vaccines in the amount of $55,990.00 for the 2006 2007 flu season from Sanofi Pasteur, Inc. The Health Department will utilize the Texas Department of State Health Services federal contract pricing with Sanofi Pasteur, Inc. to purchase these vaccines. Funding is available in the Health Department Budget. Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 22. Consideration to award contract number FY06-070 to Nueces Power Equipment, as the primary vendor, and United Rentals, as the secondary vendor, for providing an equipment rental contract for a backhoe with a concrete breaker attachment. This equipment will be utilized on an as needed basis by the Utilities Department for construction and repair projects. This contract establishes a daily rental rate for this equipment. Funding is available in the Utilities Department Fund. Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 23. Authorizing the City Manager to award a contract and enter into a lease agreement with Bodyworks Fitness and Equipment Inc., for the lease purchase of cardio and strength equipment to augment and/or replace existing equipment currently at five (5) recreation centers. Funding is available in the Recreation Center Operational Budget. Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 24. Refund of property tax in the amount of $795.87 to the following taxpayers and companies: 1. A refund in the amount of $795.87 payable to Countrywide Home Loans due to an erroneous payment. Account # 985-60003-060. Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 25. Extending the existence of the Traffic Calming Ad Hoc Committee to October 31, 2006 to continue addressing traffic calming issues especially as it pertains to introducing different traffic calming device alternatives for new and existing residential subdivisions. Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 XII. STAFF REPORTS 26. A. Presentation of the Plan of Finance by Noe Hinojosa of Estrada Hinojosa & Company, Financial Consultants, on a proposed sale of various bond issues including a Combination Tax and Revenue Certificate of Obligation Bond and a Waterworks & Sewer System Revenue Bond. Noe Hinojosa, Hinojosa & Company, gave the following presentation: City of Laredo, Texas TransactionPurposePar AmountSelf-SupportingOtherComb. Tax & RevenueNew Money$17,370,000New money project needs [17,016,000]G O Refunding BondsRefunding for Savings18,245,000Current Refunding for Savings WW & SS Revenue Bonds, Series 2006New money$13,975,000WW & SS RevenueNew money project needs [$12,545,000]$49,590,000 Financing Team/Timetable Financial Advisor Estrada hinojosa & Company, Inc. Bond Counsel McCall, Parkhurst & Horton Underwriting Syndicate RBC Capital Markets Senior Manager G. Edwards & Sons, Inc. UBS Securities LLC Underwriters Counsel Vinson & Elkins Escrow Agent/Paying Agent J.P. Morgan Chase Bank Verification Agent Grant Thornton Larry Dovalina, City Manager, made a clarification that on the bottom of page 3 it lists that TxDOT will be matching funds for the West Laredo Corridor when in fact not all of the monies will go to that project. Some of the funds will go towards the Quatro Vientos project. B. Staff report with possible action on the capacity of the landfill and all projected and proposed solid waste disposal plans for the City of Laredo. Oscar Medina, Landfill Manager, reported that the current landfill was started in 1986 and is a 200 acres permit area. The footprint is 150 acres. He added that in 1999 staff received permission to go upwards which allowed staff more capacity. The current design will allow the city to continue for eight years. He further stated that they have hired a firm to complete an assessment of landfill needs which will be completed soon. He explained that they will offer three scenarios: 1st is to stay at the present 200 acres and maximize the acreage; 2nd scenario is to purchase additional acreage around the current site and 3rd scenario is to utilize 1,500 acres on IH 35 for future expansion. He noted that the reports will list the advantages and disadvantages so he can return to Council for recommendations. He currently recommended staying at the current site so staff can maximize the usage of surrounding land and buildings. He said they would be able to stay in the current site for up to twenty six years if they follow certain recommendations from the consulting company. He told the Council Members that the landfill was recently inspected recently and they did not receive any violations for the sixth year in a roll. C. Presentation on the proposed municipal golf course by Assistant City Manager Horacio De Leon, Jr., with possible action. Miguel Pescador, Parks & Recreation Director, advised that City Council instructed staff to negotiate with the top to proposers for the land site for the golf course. He noted that staff had created a list of questions for the proposers and met with them earlier in the day. He further stated that it will be taken to the the Sports Venue Committee and then they would return to Council on May 15, 2006 for recommendations from City Council regarding the two golf sites. XIII. GENERAL COUNCIL DISCUSSIONS AND PRESENTATIONS 27. A. Request by Mayor Elizabeth G. Flores 1. Discussion with possible action on amending the operations and maintenance agreement for the Laredo Entertainment Center, specifically Article IV Section 4.12 Parking and Article V Section 5.2 Renewal and Replacement Account. Mayor Flores stated that the reason she placed this item back on the agenda is because she feels that the people of Laredo should be able to park at the Laredo Entertainment Center for free because it is their house. She asked the Council if their was a way for the citizens to simply pay the entrance fee. Larry Dovalina, City Manager, informed Council that he has been meeting with the staff from the Laredo Entertainment Center and they are operating in a deficit and have been for several years. He emphasized that he would be working towards brining the buildings utility bills under the City of Laredo umbrella so they can save money. He is also trying other ways to save money so the citizens can get free parking at the Laredo Entertainment Center. B. Request by Council Member Hector J. Garcia 1. Discussion with possible action on naming Dryden Little League Baseball Field for Javier Lozano. Miguel Pescador, Parks & Recreational Director, advised that there is no problem naming the field; however, he needs to contact the legal department. Cm. Belmares instructed the City Manager to have the Sports Venue Committee take the charge of Renaming Parks Ordinance. . Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Garcia Second: Cm. Ramirez Ed Dryden expressed his opinion on the renaming Dryden Little League Baseball Field. He noted that Council could have legal ramifications if they changed the name. Mayor Flores explained to Mr. Dryden that City Council had no intentions of changing the name of the park rather naming the field after Javier Lozano. She emphasized that Council had no bad intent to the Dryden family. Cm. Garcia withdrew his motion and asked legal to review the said item. Motion to withdraw. Moved: Cm. Garcia Second: Cm. Rendon For: 8 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 C. Request by Council Member Johnny Rendon 1. Discussion with possible action on converting Canal Street into a one-way street between Marcella Avenue and San Francisco Avenue. Roberto Murillo, Traffic Director, advised that there is a seven block stretch of road on Canal street that is very narrow and can be made a one way but staff must initiate a study and have a public meeting. 2. Discussion with possible action regarding the installation of bleachers and creating a soccer field at the Eistetter Park. Mike Pescador, Parks & Recreation Director, said that he included the measurement and information in their Friday packet. He noted that they can install some small bleachers and create a soccer field but it would not be for actual games because the space is too small. He said that the area is currently being used for kite flying and other activities. D. Request by Mayor Pro-Tempore Juan Ramirez 1. Discussion with possible action regarding sending a notice of cancellation for the funding and contract with First Transit. Mayor Pro Tempore Ramirez said that he submitted this item because of the recent report from First Transit. He suggested giving First Transit a 90 day notice to cancel their contract. City Attorney, Jaime Flores, advised that their contract will be up for renewal in November of 2007. He added that if the City needs to provide specific reasons for not renewing their contract and then allow time for them to cure the reasons. He suggested sending this item to the Transit Committee for further review. Motion to send the item to the Transit Committee for their consideration. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Belmares For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 2. Discussion with possible action regarding the creation of a residential curbside loading zone for the elderly, El Metro Lift customers and others with physical impairments for the ease of pick up and drop off of this individuals. Roberto Murillo, Traffic Director, stated that they get many requests from individuals complaining that they cannot assist their handicapped family member because a neighbor is parking in their parking space. He noted that the city does not have a solution for that problem but is searching for answers. He went on to say that he recently attended a seminar and they had a session regarding this problem. He stated that they are doing a survey on other cities and what they are doing for handicapped individuals that need special needs. 3. Status report on the March 2006 Washington, D.C. Trip. Mayor Pro Tempore asked why the City of Laredo does not submit a written report on the Washington Trip. Mayor Flores advised that the City of Laredo did report on their 2006 Washington, D.C. Trip. She said that an extensive report on their daily activities was submitted to the media. Cm. Belmares expressed his frustration on the item noting that this was a hard working money making trip that each Council Member that went gave a lengthy dissertation when they returned. 4. Discussion with possible action regarding the addition of a light to the existing pole on the west side of the Civic Center parking lot. Mike Pescador, Parks & Recreation Director, reported that the Civic Center Manager, Mrs. Lopez, is waiting for a proposal from CP & L for additional lighting for the Civic Center parking lot. 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. 28. Request for executive session pursuant to section 551.071(1)(A) & (B) of the Texas Government Code to consult with the City Attorney the pending case and possible settlement with MG Builders in the case of Martin Villarreal, et al. v. City of Laredo, the Laredo Affordable Housing Corporation, MG Builders, WSC, Inc., Trinity Testing Laboratories, Inc., Cause No. L-03-11, in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, Laredo Division [Case pertaining to the Los Obispos Affordable Housing Project]; and return to open session for possible action. Motion to go into executive session pursuant to section 551.071(1)(A) & (B) of the Texas Government Code to consult with the City Attorney the pending case and possible settlement with MG Builders in the case of Martin Villarreal, et al. v. City of Laredo, the Laredo Affordable Housing Corporation, MG Builders, WSC, Inc., Trinity Testing Laboratories, Inc., Cause No. L-03-11, in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, Laredo Division [Case pertaining to the Los Obispos Affordable Housing Project]; and return to open session for possible action. After Executive Session the Mayor announced that no formal action was taken. Motion to authorize the City Manager to sign the final settlement agreement between the City of Laredo, Texas and MG Builders in relation to the litigation currently pending styled Villarreal et al. v City of Laredo, et al, No L-03-11 in the U. S. District Court, Southern District, Laredo Division. Moved: Cm. Agredano Second: Cm. Garcia For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 29. Request for executive session pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.071 (1)(A)&(B) to consult with City Attorney regarding the pending case of Martin Villarreal et al, Cause No. L-03-CV-011 in U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, Laredo Division; and return to open session for possible action. Motion to go into Executive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.071 (1)(A)&(B) to consult with City Attorney regarding the pending case of Martin Villarreal et al, Cause No. L-03-CV-011 in U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, Laredo Division; and return to open session for possible action. Moved: Cm. Garcia Second: Cm. Agredano For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 XV. RECESS AS THE LAREDO CITY COUNCIL AND CONVENE AS THE LAREDO MUNICIPAL HOUSING CORPORATION. Motion to recess as the Laredo City Council and convene as the Laredo Municipal Housing Corporation. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Garcia For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 30. Authorizing the City Manager to reject the sole bid received in response to the FY06- 072 Laredo Municipal Housing Corporation Replacement of Sanitary Drain Lines bid proposal; and authorize that new bids be solicited. The sole bid exceed the budgeted amount for this project. Motion to approve. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Garcia For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 XVI. ADJOURN AS THE LAREDO MUNICIPAL HOUSING CORPORATION AND RECONVENE AS THE LAREDO CITY COUNCIL. Motion to adjourn as the Laredo Municipal Housing Corporation and reconvene as the Laredo City Council. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. Ramirez For: 7 Against: 0 Abstain: 0 XVII. ADJOURNMENT Motion to adjourn. Moved: Cm. Belmares Second: Cm. 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