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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final-Amended
Meeting date/time: 11/6/2019 6:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: City Council Chambers
630 E. Hopkins
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ID#19-643 11. PresentationReceive a staff presentation regarding the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Mitigation Action Plan, and provide direction to Staff.   Not available Video Video
ID#19-661 12. MinutesConsider approval, by motion, of the following meeting Minutes: A. October 15, 2019 - Work Session Meeting Minutes B. October 15, 2019 - Regular Meeting Minutes   Not available Not available
Ord. 2019-33(b) 13. OrdinanceConsider approval of Ordinance 2019-33, on the second of two readings, annexing into the City approximately 92.787 acres of land out of the Barnette O. Kane Survey, Abstract No. 281, generally located in the 1900 block of Redwood Road between State Highway 123 and Old Bastrop Road; including procedural provisions; and providing an effective date.   Not available Not available
Ord. 2019-34(b) 14. OrdinanceConsider approval of Ordinance 2019-34, on the second of two readings, annexing into the City approximately 102.434 acres of land out of the Barnette O. Kane Survey, Abstract No. 281, generally located at 2357 Redwood Road; including procedural provisions; and providing an effective date.   Not available Not available
Ord. 2019-35(b) 15. OrdinanceConsider approval of Ordinance 2019-35, on the second of two readings, amending the Official Zoning Map of the City by rezoning approximately 8.534 acres of land out of the Barnette O. Kane Survey, Abstract No. 281, Hays County, Texas, located at the 1600 Block of Redwood Road from “FD” Future Development to “CD-4” Character District - 4, and including procedural provisions.   Not available Not available
Ord. 2019-36(b) 16. OrdinanceConsider approval of Ordinance 2019-36, on the second of two readings, amending the Official Zoning Map of the City by rezoning approximately 192.951 acres of land out of the Barnette O. Kane Survey, Abstract No. 281, Hays County, Texas, located at 2357 Redwood Road, from “FD” Future Development and “CD-4” Character District - 4, to “CD-3” Character District - 3, and including procedural provisions.   Not available Not available
Ord. 2019-37(b) 17. OrdinanceConsider approval of Ordinance 2019-37, on the second of three readings, granting to SiEnergy, LP, d/b/a SiEnergy, the right, privilege and franchise to construct, install, extend, remove, replace, abandon, operate and maintain its facilities within the public rights-of-way of the City of San Marcos, Texas for the transportation, delivery, sale and distribution of natural gas; containing other provisions relating to the foregoing subject; providing for severability; including procedural provisions; providing for approval on three readings of the ordinance; and providing an effective date.   Not available Not available
Ord. 2019-38(b) 18. OrdinanceConsider approval of Ordinance 2019-38, on the second of two readings, creating a new Water and Wastewater Rate Class for Industrial Water and Wastewater customers inside and outside the City Limits with an average daily usage of over 200,000 gallons that receive water service from a meter 3” or larger; and including procedural provisions.   Not available Not available
Res. 2019-211R 19. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-211R, approving the award of a construction contract to Jamail & Smith Construction, LP, through the Buyboard Cooperative Purchasing Contract, for the construction of a Distribution Transformer Storage Building in the amount of $378,584.25; authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to execute the contract and associated documents on behalf of the City; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Not available
Res. 2019-212R 110. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-212R, approving an agreement for the temporary closure of State Right of Way with the Texas Department of Transportation (“TxDOT”) authorizing the City to close certain highway exit and entrance ramps along Interstate Highway I-35 to alleviate traffic congestion in connection with retail events, including Black Friday and Tax-Free Weekends, at the City’s Outlet Malls; declaring that such activities serve a public purpose; authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to execute such agreement for these events for both the upcoming year and subsequent years; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Not available
Res. 2019-213R 111. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-213R, approving the second Change in Service to the contract with Allan Plummer Associates, Inc. (Contract No. 218-394) related to the Sunset Acres Subdivision Improvements to add engineering design services for storm drain, streets and utilities improvement in the amount of $875,777.00; authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute the appropriate documents to implement the change in service; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Not available
Res. 2019-214R 112. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-214R, approving amendment number two to the Commercial Ground Lease of Airport Property located at 1837 Airport Drive with Coast Flight Training and Management, Inc. to extend the term of the lease for 18 months through June 30, 2021; authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute the amendment; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Not available
Res. 2019-215R 113. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-215R, approving a Lease of Airport Property for Agricultural Use at the San Marcos Regional Airport through August 31, 2020; authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute the lease; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2019-216R 114. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-216R, establishing new monthly lease rates at the San Marcos Regional Airport by increasing the T-Hangar rental rate to $225, the T-Shelter rental rate to $100, and the Storage Facilities rental rate to $85 to be effective January 1, 2020; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Not available
Res. 2019-217R 115. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-217R, authorizing the sale of eighteen surplus police cars to the City of Oak Ridge, Texas; finding that such conveyance serves the public purpose of fiscal responsibility for both the City of San Marcos and the City of Oak Ridge; authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract and any and all documents as necessary to transfer title and convey the police cars to the City of Oak Ridge; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Not available
Res. 2019-218R 116. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-218R, approving the terms and conditions of a combined Interlocal Agreement between the City of San Marcos and the City of Kyle, the City of Buda and Hays County regarding the management and operation of the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter; authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute the agreement on behalf of the City; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2019-219R 117. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-219R, approving a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) with the Capital Area Rural Transportation System (“CARTS”) providing for the City to reimburse CARTS in the amount of $1,581,318 for certain buses purchased by CARTS for CARTS Regional Interurban Bus Fleet when the City, as the direct recipient, receives the Federal Transportation Grant Funds intended for such bus purchases; authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to execute the MOU; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Not available
Res. 2019-220R 118. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-220R, approving an amendment to the contract originally entered into with Nupark, Inc. which is now PassPort Labs, Inc., through a cooperative purchasing agreement with Region 14 Education Service Center as lead agency for the National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance to extend the contract for the provision of mobile license plate recognition software for a one-year period costing an amount not to exceed of $54,371.13 bringing the total contract amount to $273,508.63; authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute the amendment on behalf of the City; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Not available
Res. 2019-221R 119. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-221R, authorizing a Change of Service to the agreement with Starboard Consulting LLC to provide services related to the integration between Maximo 7.6.1, which tracks work and asset management activities across multiple City departments, and Tyler Technologies, the City’s financial system, for use by the Water, Wastewater, and Electric Departments in the amount of $71,590.00 bringing the total contract amount to $257,196.00; authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute the appropriate documents to implement the change in service; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Not available
ID#19-563 120. Action ItemConsider approval, by motion, of Change Order #2 with T.F. Harper & Associates LP in the amount of $67,505.94 for the purchase and installation of two covered bus stops on Hutchison Street to support the new stop locations with the Mobility Hub Improvements Project located at 214 E. Hutchison St.   Not available Not available
Ord. 2019-39 121. OrdinanceReceive a Staff presentation and hold a Public Hearing to receive comments for or against Ordinance 2019-39, disannexing from the City approximately 235 acres of land, also known as Windemere Ranch, generally located at 700 Lime Kiln Road near Sahalee Path; including procedural provisions; and providing an effective date; and consider Ordinance 2019-39, on the first of two readings.   Not available Video Video
Ord. 2019-40 122. OrdinanceReceive a Staff presentation and hold the first of two public hearings to receive comments for or against Ordinance 2019-40, reestablishing the juvenile curfew for minors previously established by Ordinance No. 2009-28 and subsequently extended by Ordinance 2012-16; and declaring an effective date; and consider approval of Ordinance 2019-40, on the first of two readings.   Not available Video Video
Ord. 2019-41 123. OrdinanceReceive a Staff presentation and hold a public hearing to receive comments for or against Ordinance 2019-41 amending Chapter 2 of the San Marcos Development Code to establish a demolition review process, including a minimum waiting period, for the issuance of permits to demolish certain historic-age buildings, and declare an effective date; and consider approval Ordinance 2019-41, on the first of two readings, and provide direction to Staff.   Not available Video Video
Ord. 2019-41 123. OrdinanceReceive a Staff presentation and hold a public hearing to receive comments for or against Ordinance 2019-41 amending Chapter 2 of the San Marcos Development Code to establish a demolition review process, including a minimum waiting period, for the issuance of permits to demolish certain historic-age buildings, and declare an effective date; and consider approval Ordinance 2019-41, on the first of two readings, and provide direction to Staff.   Not available Video Video
Ord. 2019-41 123. OrdinanceReceive a Staff presentation and hold a public hearing to receive comments for or against Ordinance 2019-41 amending Chapter 2 of the San Marcos Development Code to establish a demolition review process, including a minimum waiting period, for the issuance of permits to demolish certain historic-age buildings, and declare an effective date; and consider approval Ordinance 2019-41, on the first of two readings, and provide direction to Staff.   Not available Video Video
Ord. 2019-41 123. OrdinanceReceive a Staff presentation and hold a public hearing to receive comments for or against Ordinance 2019-41 amending Chapter 2 of the San Marcos Development Code to establish a demolition review process, including a minimum waiting period, for the issuance of permits to demolish certain historic-age buildings, and declare an effective date; and consider approval Ordinance 2019-41, on the first of two readings, and provide direction to Staff.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2019-209R(b) 124. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-209R, approving amendments to the Affordable/Workforce Housing Policy regarding the criteria for approval of applications relating to the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program administered by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2019-222R 125. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-222R, approving the first amendment to the design-build agreement between the City and Flintco, LLC setting the final guaranteed maximum price for the construction of the new Fire Station No. 2 in the amount of $5,367,405.00; authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute the amendment on behalf of the City; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res 2019-223R 126. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-223R, approving a purchase and sale agreement with Pursuant Ventures Development, LLC providing for the City to purchase approximately 30 acres of land in the vicinity of Centerpoint Road and IH-35 South to be improved with a Multi-Use Sportsplex Facility with eight fields for an estimated price of $19,875,383.51 funded by bonded indebtedness intended to be paid From Hotel Occupancy Tax Collections and Lease Revenues; approving a lease of such property to SM Baseball Investments, LLC upon closing on the purchase of the property; authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to execute each of the agreements; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res 2019-223R 126. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-223R, approving a purchase and sale agreement with Pursuant Ventures Development, LLC providing for the City to purchase approximately 30 acres of land in the vicinity of Centerpoint Road and IH-35 South to be improved with a Multi-Use Sportsplex Facility with eight fields for an estimated price of $19,875,383.51 funded by bonded indebtedness intended to be paid From Hotel Occupancy Tax Collections and Lease Revenues; approving a lease of such property to SM Baseball Investments, LLC upon closing on the purchase of the property; authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to execute each of the agreements; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res 2019-223R 126. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-223R, approving a purchase and sale agreement with Pursuant Ventures Development, LLC providing for the City to purchase approximately 30 acres of land in the vicinity of Centerpoint Road and IH-35 South to be improved with a Multi-Use Sportsplex Facility with eight fields for an estimated price of $19,875,383.51 funded by bonded indebtedness intended to be paid From Hotel Occupancy Tax Collections and Lease Revenues; approving a lease of such property to SM Baseball Investments, LLC upon closing on the purchase of the property; authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to execute each of the agreements; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res 2019-223R 126. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-223R, approving a purchase and sale agreement with Pursuant Ventures Development, LLC providing for the City to purchase approximately 30 acres of land in the vicinity of Centerpoint Road and IH-35 South to be improved with a Multi-Use Sportsplex Facility with eight fields for an estimated price of $19,875,383.51 funded by bonded indebtedness intended to be paid From Hotel Occupancy Tax Collections and Lease Revenues; approving a lease of such property to SM Baseball Investments, LLC upon closing on the purchase of the property; authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to execute each of the agreements; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res 2019-223R 126. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-223R, approving a purchase and sale agreement with Pursuant Ventures Development, LLC providing for the City to purchase approximately 30 acres of land in the vicinity of Centerpoint Road and IH-35 South to be improved with a Multi-Use Sportsplex Facility with eight fields for an estimated price of $19,875,383.51 funded by bonded indebtedness intended to be paid From Hotel Occupancy Tax Collections and Lease Revenues; approving a lease of such property to SM Baseball Investments, LLC upon closing on the purchase of the property; authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to execute each of the agreements; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2019-224R 127. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-224R, approving a release of a Drainage Easement in the Kissing Tree Subdivision in connection with the dedication to the City of an Alternate Permanent Drainage Easement; authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to execute the release of easement on behalf of the City; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
Res. 2019-225R 128. ResolutionConsider approval of Resolution 2019-225R, approving a Chapter 380 Economic Development Incentive Agreement with Katerra Construction, LLC to locate an automated building component manufacturing and distribution facility within the Whisper Planned Development District (PDD) located near IH-35 and Yarrington Road, which the agreement provides incentives over ten years in the form of annual refunds of a portion of new property taxes generated from the facility; granting a variance from the PDD Standards to allow parking for the facility in the first layer; rescinding a prior Chapter 380 Economic Development Incentive Agreement with the company approved by Resolution No. 2018-184R; authorizing the City Manager to execute the agreement; and declaring an effective date.   Not available Video Video
ID#19-675 130. Action ItemReceive a Staff presentation and consider modifying the conditions imposed by the City Council in order to clarify the Council’s intent regarding the location of garages and requirements for front porches when it reversed, on appeal, the decision of the Planning and Zoning Commission to deny a request for Alternative Compliance as to the residential garage parking requirements in Section 7.1.4.1. of the Development Code for a proposed residential development located at 2357 Redwood Road, Hays County, Texas.   Not available Video Video
ID#19-603 131. Action ItemReceive a Staff update and consider, by motion, the initial authorization of text amendments to the San Marcos Land Development Code to address typographical and technical errors, Historic Preservation Commission Resolutions, and to implement changes related to the 2019 Legislative Session, and provide direction to Staff.   Not available Video Video
ID#19-678 132. Action ItemConsider approval, by motion, and hold discussion regarding the proposed 2020 City Council Meeting Schedule, and provide direction to Staff.   Not available Video Video
ID#19-678 132. Action ItemConsider approval, by motion, and hold discussion regarding the proposed 2020 City Council Meeting Schedule, and provide direction to Staff.   Not available Video Video
ID#19-664 133. Discussion ItemHold discussion regarding the possible amendment of Chapter 2, Article 3, Section 2.069 Absence from meetings in the San Marcos City Code related to absences by members in specific roles on various boards and commissions, and provide direction to Staff.   Not available Video Video
ID#19-679 134. Discussion ItemHold discussion regarding Neighborhood Commission Recommendation Resolution No. 2019-006R recommending that City Council combine Sector 8 and Sector 1 into one sector, and provide direction to Staff.   Not available Video Video
ID#19-680 135. ResolutionHold discussion regarding the proposed Workforce Housing Task Force Strategic Housing Action Plan, and provide direction to Staff.   Not available Video Video
ID#19-689 136. Executive SessionExecutive Session in accordance with the following Government Code Section(s): A. Section § 551.071 - Consultation with Attorney: to receive a staff briefing and deliberate regarding the creation of Hays County Municipal Utility District No. 8. and to receive a staff briefing and deliberate regarding Martindale ETJ Matters. B. Section §551.087 - Economic Development: to receive a staff briefing and deliberate regarding the creation of Hays County Municipal Utility District No. 8. C. § 551.074 - Personnel Matters: to receive a staff briefing and hold discussion regarding the City Clerk position.   Not available Video Video
ID#19-690 137. Executive SessionConsider action, by motion, regarding the following Executive Session items held during the Work Session and/or Regular Meeting: A. Section § 551.071 - Consultation with Attorney: to receive a staff briefing and deliberate regarding the creation of Hays County Municipal Utility District No. 8. and to receive a staff briefing and deliberate regarding Martindale ETJ Matters. B. Section §551.087 - Economic Development: to receive a staff briefing and deliberate regarding the creation of Hays County Municipal Utility District No. 8. C. Section § 551.074 - Personnel Matters: to receive a staff briefing and hold discussion regarding the City Clerk position.   Not available Video Video