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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final-Amended
Meeting date/time: 5/15/2018 6:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: City Council Chambers
630 E. Hopkins
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ID#18-276 11. PresentationReceive a presentation regarding the Transportation Master Plan, and provide direction to the City Manager.   Not available Video Video
ID#18-268 12. MinutesConsider approval, by motion, of the following meeting Minutes: A) May 1, 2018 - Work Session Minutes B) May 1, 2018 - Regular Meeting Minutes   Not available Not available
Ord. 2018-11(b) 13. OrdinanceConsider approval of Ordinance 2018-11, on the second of two readings, amending the Design Manual for the Installation of Network Node Support Poles authorized by Ordinance 2017-56 to establish a daily penalty of $500 for failure to relocate improperly placed equipment; providing a savings clause; providing for the repeal of any conflicting provisions; and providing an effective date.   Not available Not available
Ord. 2018-12(b) 14. OrdinanceConsider approval of Ordinance 2018-12, on the second of two readings, amending Chapter 14, Buildings and Building Regulations, of the City Code to implement recent legislation prohibiting the City from collecting fees from members of certain trades before they are authorized to practice their trades in the City; providing for an effective date.   Not available Not available
Ord. 2018-13(b) 15. OrdinanceConsider approval of Ordinance 2018-13, on the second of two readings, adopting fees to be charged by the City for various city services, including changes to some existing fees and the addition of new fees; providing a savings clause; providing for the repeal of any conflicting provisions; and providing an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Ord. 2018-14(b) 16. OrdinanceConsider approval of Ordinance 2018-14, on the second of two readings, amending Section 2.041 of the San Marcos City Code to update the frequency of Regular Meetings per month; including procedural provisions; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Not available
Res. 2018-71R 17. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-71R, approving the award of an Engineering Services Contract to Walker Partners, LLC. for the Red Sky Water Improvements Project to replace the current of two inch waterline along Horace Howard Dr. with an eight inch waterline for the estimated purchase amount of $199,998.00, contingent upon the provision of sufficient insurance; authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute the appropriate purchase documents on behalf of the city and declaring an effective date.   Not available Not available
Res. 2018-73R 19. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-73R, granting an easement to Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative, Inc. for the installation of electric utility facilities to loop electrical service for the Cottonwood Creek Subdivision; authorizing the City Manager to execute said easement on behalf of the city; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Not available
Res. 2018-80R 110. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-80R, approving an expenditure of $45,000 from the Permanent Art Fund for the purchase of a Texas Wild Rice Sculpture as recommended by the Arts Commission; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Not available
Res. 2018-74R 111. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-74R, approving the award of a contract to TRC Engineers, Inc. for the execution of the Electric Utility Pole Attachment Survey Project (IFB 218-232) for the estimated purchase amount of $93,039.02 is approved; authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute the appropriate purchase documents on behalf of the city and declaring an effective date.   Not available Not available
ID#18-239 112. Action ItemConsider approval, by motion, of Change in Service No. 3 with Kimley Horn and Associates for Engineering Services related to providing design and construction phase services for the Sessom Creek Wastewater Replacement from N.LBJ to Canyon Road Project in a not to exceed amount of $232,555.00.   Not available Video Video
ID#18-210 113. Action ItemConsider approval, by motion, of Change Order # 3 with Rocking Q Construction LLC, in the amount of $170,941.30, for the upsizing of the IH-35 bore casing from 24” to 36”, replace internally restrained pipe joints with external restraints, and overlay Durango Street in connection with the Reclaimed Water Expansion Project.   Not available Video Video
ID#18-274 114. Action ItemConsider approval, by motion, of the updated 2018 City Council Meeting Calendar, officially setting the Regular Meeting dates for 2018 per San Marcos City Code Section 2.041.   Not available Not available
Ord. 2018-15 115. Action ItemReceive a staff presentation and hold a Public Hearing to receive comments for or against Ordinance 2018-15, amending the Official Zoning Map of the City by rezoning a 59.734 acre, more or less, tract of land in the La Cima Subdivision, located west of the intersection of Old Ranch Road 12 and Wonder World Drive, from “FD” Future Development District to “SF-4.5” Single-Family District; and including procedural provisions; and consider approval of Ordinance 2018-15, on the first of two readings.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2018-75R 116. Action ItemReceive a staff presentation and hold a Public Hearing to receive comments for or against Resolution 2018-75R, approving a second amended and restated Development Agreement with Lazy Oaks Ranch, LP and its partial assignees in connection with the La Cima Development near the intersection of Old Ranch Road 12 and Wonder World Drive that, among other things, adds approximately 394 acres of land to the project area, adds 400 dwelling units, and allows up to 720 multi-family units, but not purpose built student housing, within up to 30 acres of the project area; authorizing the City Manager to execute the agreement on behalf of the City; and providing an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2018-79R 117. ResolutionReceive a Staff presentation and hold a Public Hearing to receive comments for or against Resolution 2018-79R, approving a variance from the cut and fill requirements under Section 5.1.1.2 of the Land Development Code to allow fill of up to ten feet within a portion of the site for a new San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District Elementary School at Esplanade Parkway and William Moon Way in the Trace Subdivision; and declaring an effective date; and consider approval of Resolution 2018-79R.   Not available Video Video
Ord. 2018-16 118. OrdinanceConsider approval of Ordinance 2018-16, on first and final reading, authorizing the issuance and sale of $33,750,000 City of San Marcos, Texas, Combination Tax And Revenue Certificates of Obligation, Series 2018; providing for funding for (1) constructing, improving, extending and expanding City streets, bridges, sidewalks, bike lanes, pedestrian lanes, bus stops, parking, and related traffic improvements including acquiring any necessary rights-of-way and equipment; (2) constructing, improving and extending the City’s water and waste water system including acquiring equipment; (3) constructing, improving and equipping City parks; (4) constructing, improving and designing municipal buildings to include the Animal Shelter, Municipal Services Complex, Public/Community Services Building and related equipment purchases; (5) constructing, designing, equipping and renovating City parking facilities; (6) constructing and improving the City’s drainage and flood control facilities; (7) constructing, improving and equipping the City’s airport; (8) constructing, designing, equipping and renovat   Not available Video Video
Ord. 2018-17 119. OrdinanceConsider approval of Ordinance 2018-17, on first and final reading, authorizing the issuance of City of San Marcos, Texas General Obligation Bonds in an amount not to exceed $28,000,000 for one or more of the purposes of providing funds for (i) constructing, improving, renovating and equipping Public Safety Facilities to include the police and fire departments and related emergency and training facilities, including improvements to the police station, replacing existing Fire Station No. 2 and the acquisition of any necessary sites and related water, wastewater, drainage, streets, sidewalks, parking, infrastructure and other related costs, (ii) constructing, improving, extending, expanding, upgrading and/or developing City library facilities including acquisition of any necessary sites and related water, wastewater, drainage, streets, sidewalks, parking infrastructure and (iii) paying the legal fees and other such costs incurred in connection therewith including the costs of issuing the Bonds; levying an ad valorem tax in support of the bonds; approving a paying agent/registrar agreem   Not available Video Video
Res. 2018-76R 120. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-76R, approving the award of an Engineering Services Contract to MWM DesignGroup, Inc. for the Hills of Hays Neighborhood Drainage Improvements Project for the estimated purchase amount of $80,160.00, contingent upon the provision of sufficient insurance; authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute the appropriate purchase documents on behalf of the City; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2018-77R 121. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-77R, supporting the Cultural Arts District Application of the P2P Movement to be submitted to the Texas Commission on the Arts seeking designation of the Dunbar Cultural Arts District; declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2018-78R 122. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-78R, approving a Lease Agreement with Becerra Corp. for the year to year lease of approximately 9,817 square feet of space at 201 South LBJ (the site of the former Dixie Cream Donut Shop); authorizing the City Manager to execute said lease; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2018-78R 122. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-78R, approving a Lease Agreement with Becerra Corp. for the year to year lease of approximately 9,817 square feet of space at 201 South LBJ (the site of the former Dixie Cream Donut Shop); authorizing the City Manager to execute said lease; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2018-78R 122. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-78R, approving a Lease Agreement with Becerra Corp. for the year to year lease of approximately 9,817 square feet of space at 201 South LBJ (the site of the former Dixie Cream Donut Shop); authorizing the City Manager to execute said lease; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2018-78R 122. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-78R, approving a Lease Agreement with Becerra Corp. for the year to year lease of approximately 9,817 square feet of space at 201 South LBJ (the site of the former Dixie Cream Donut Shop); authorizing the City Manager to execute said lease; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2018-78R 122. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-78R, approving a Lease Agreement with Becerra Corp. for the year to year lease of approximately 9,817 square feet of space at 201 South LBJ (the site of the former Dixie Cream Donut Shop); authorizing the City Manager to execute said lease; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2018-78R 122. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-78R, approving a Lease Agreement with Becerra Corp. for the year to year lease of approximately 9,817 square feet of space at 201 South LBJ (the site of the former Dixie Cream Donut Shop); authorizing the City Manager to execute said lease; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2018-78R 122. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-78R, approving a Lease Agreement with Becerra Corp. for the year to year lease of approximately 9,817 square feet of space at 201 South LBJ (the site of the former Dixie Cream Donut Shop); authorizing the City Manager to execute said lease; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2018-78R 1  ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-78R, approving a Lease Agreement with Becerra Corp. for the year to year lease of approximately 9,817 square feet of space at 201 South LBJ (the site of the former Dixie Cream Donut Shop); authorizing the City Manager to execute said lease; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2018-78R 122. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-78R, approving a Lease Agreement with Becerra Corp. for the year to year lease of approximately 9,817 square feet of space at 201 South LBJ (the site of the former Dixie Cream Donut Shop); authorizing the City Manager to execute said lease; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2018-78R 122. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-78R, approving a Lease Agreement with Becerra Corp. for the year to year lease of approximately 9,817 square feet of space at 201 South LBJ (the site of the former Dixie Cream Donut Shop); authorizing the City Manager to execute said lease; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2018-78R 122. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2018-78R, approving a Lease Agreement with Becerra Corp. for the year to year lease of approximately 9,817 square feet of space at 201 South LBJ (the site of the former Dixie Cream Donut Shop); authorizing the City Manager to execute said lease; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
ID#18-272 123. Discussion ItemHold discussion regarding City Council’s participation in the Cultural Arts District Designation efforts, and direction to the City Manager.   Not available Video Video
ID#18-273 124. Action ItemDiscuss and consider appointments to the following Council Committees and the GSMP Board of Directors to fill a vacancy, and provide direction to Staff: a) Joint Partnership Committee of the City Council, Hays County Commissioners, and San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees (2 Council Members) b) Transit Committee (3 Council Members) c) Workforce Housing Committee ( 3 Council Members) d) Rental Registration Council Committee (3 Council Members) e) Greater San Marcos Partnership (GSMP) Board of Directors (1 Council Member to fill vacancy) f) Student Housing Committee (1 Council Member to fill vacancy)   Not available Video Video