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File #: 21-1210    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Other Business Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 10/18/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/26/2021 Final action:
Title: Discussion and action that the City Manager, on behalf of the City of El Paso ("City"), be authorized to submit an application to the Office of the Governor, Texas Military Preparedness Commission for the Defense Economic Adjustment Assistance Grant ("DEAAG") for the construction of approximately 1,200 feet of a 120-foot wide roadway corridor from Bert Williams Drive, located in the City of El Paso, to Iron Dust-Off Drive, located on Department of Defense property, in order to provide two traffic circles, accommodate the separation of traffic between secured and unsecured vehicles and include utility, landscape, lighting, and pedestrian improvements, for an anticipated total project cost of $3.7 million, with the City funding 50% of the cost at $1.85 million requested through the DEAAG grant. Furthermore, that the City Manager, or designee, be authorized to explore funding sources and partnerships and to execute any documents and agreements in relation to the grant, funding sources, an...
Attachments: 1. DEAAG Application, 2. ITEM 38

CITY OF EL PASO, TEXAS

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Discussion and action that the City Manager, on behalf of the City of El Paso ("City"), be authorized to submit an application to the Office of the Governor, Texas Military Preparedness Commission for the Defense Economic Adjustment Assistance Grant ("DEAAG") for the construction of approximately 1,200 feet of a 120-foot wide roadway corridor from Bert Williams Drive, located in the City of El Paso, to Iron Dust-Off Drive, located on Department of Defense property, in order to provide two traffic circles, accommodate the separation of traffic between secured and unsecured vehicles and include utility, landscape, lighting, and pedestrian improvements, for an anticipated total project cost of $3.7 million, with the City funding 50% of the cost at $1.85 million requested through the DEAAG grant. Furthermore, that the City Manager, or designee, be authorized to explore funding sources and partnerships and to execute any documents and agreements in relation to the grant, funding sources, and/or partnership agreements, after consultation with the City Attorney's Office. In addition, the City Manager or designee is authorized to sign any related documents, including but not limited to budget transfer authorizations, revisions to the operation plan, grant amendments, and/or corrections or extensions of the grant that increase, decrease or de-obligate program funds.

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