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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 1/5/2021 9:00 AM Minutes status: *** DRAFT ***  
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21-28 21. Members of the City CouncilDiscussion and action on the election of Mayor Pro Tempore and Alternate Mayor Pro Tempore.   Not available Video Video
21-27 22. Other BusinessDiscussion and action on a Resolution adopting the Rules of Order for City Council meetings.   Not available Video Video
21-1 23. MinutesApproval of Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of December 15, 2020, the Agenda Review of December 14, 2020, and the Work Session of December 14, 2020.   Not available Not available
21-11 15. ResolutionsThat the City Manager is authorized to sign a Termination Agreement terminating the Chapter 380 Economic Development Program Agreement approved by the City of El Paso City Council on May 1, 2018 between the City of El Paso and Great River Commercial, LLC in support of the redevelopment of the property located at 1101 Texas Avenue, El Paso, Texas 79901.   Not available Video Video
21-19 16. ResolutionsThat the City Manager be authorized to sign a Second Amendment to an Agreement for professional Services to perform additional design and construction phase services, for the project known as “ FIXED BASE OPERATOR RAMP ADDITION AND TAXIWAY U & V REALIGNMENT”, for an increase in the estimated contract amount of $40,622.00, for a total contract amount not to exceed $804,489.00; and that the City Engineer is authorized to approve additional Basic Services and Reimbursables if such services are necessary for the proper execution of the project; and that the City Manager be authorized to establish the funding sources and make any necessary budget transfers and execute any and all documents necessary for the execution of the Agreement.   Not available Video Video
21-26 17. ResolutionsThis Resolution is to authorize the City Manager to sign an Affidavit of Debts, Liens and Possession by the City of El Paso (“Lessor”) for the ground lease with Circle K (Lessee). Circle K’s Title Company requires the affidavit which certifies the property is free of any liens or claims. The ground lease is for portions of Lot 1 and Lot 2, Block 13, El Paso International Airport Tracts Unit 8, Replat A, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, commonly known and numbered as 1600 Hawkins Blvd., El Paso, Texas.   Not available Video Video
19-851 18. ResolutionsA Resolution approving a Detailed Site Development Plan for a portion of Tract 1, Block 5 and a Portion of Tract 1, Block 6, Christy Tract, 588 South Yarbrough, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, pursuant to Section 20.04.150. The penalty is as provided for in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. The proposed detailed site development plan meets the intent of the Future Land Use designation for the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Subject Property: 588 South Yarbrough Applicant: Sitework Engineering, LLC PZDS20-00026 [POSTPONED FROM 12-08-2020 AND 01-05-2021]   Not available Not available
20-56 19. ResolutionsThat the Solid Waste liens on the attachment posted with this agenda be approved. (See Attachment A)   Not available Not available
21-6 110. ResolutionsThat the City Manager be authorized to sign an Advance Funding Agreement by and between the City of El Paso and the State of Texas, acting by and through the Texas Department of Transportation, for the Ysleta Middle School SRTS project, for the design and construction of a hike and bike trail along Playa Lateral between Elvin Way and Jesuit Drive along with school zone flashers, ADA ramps, and school zone signs, which has an estimated total project cost of $1,030,245.00 of which the estimated local government participation amount is $0.00.   Not available Video Video
21-7 111. ResolutionsThat the City Manager be authorized to sign an Advance Funding Agreement by and between the City of El Paso and the State of Texas, acting by and through the Texas Department of Transportation, for the Sean Haggerty Drive Extension project, for the design of a four-lane bridge with pedestrian facilities from Nathan Bay Drive to Dyer Street, which has an estimated total project cost for design of $3,399,532.00 of which the estimated local government participation amount is $241,435.00.   Not available Video Video
21-15 112. ResolutionsThat the City of El Paso hereby authorizes the City Engineer to approve the provision of additional project funds to the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority for the Zaragoza POE, Pan American Dr., Winn Rd. Improvement Project, in an amount not to exceed $170,217.46, for an increase in cost due to the lack of full site access at the commencement of construction activities; the increased cost is justified and within the appropriate budget identified for the Project. In addition, the City Manager is authorized to establish the funding sources and make any necessary budget transfers.   Not available Video Video
21-34 213. Board AppointmentsFrank Hernandez to the Building and Standards Commission by Representative Cassandra Hernandez, District 3.   Not available Not available
21-33 214. Board AppointmentsPaulina Lagos to the Historic Landmark Commission by Representative Cassandra Hernandez, District 3.   Not available Not available
21-5 215. Board AppointmentsLucio Glenn to the Museums and Cultural Affairs Advisory Board by Representative Cassandra Hernandez, District 3.   Not available Not available
21-8 116. Applications for Tax RefundsThat the tax refunds listed on the attachment posted with this agenda be approved. This action would allow us to comply with state law which requires approval by the legislative body of refunds of tax overpayments greater than $2,500.00. (See Attachment B)   Not available Not available
21-10 117. Applications for Tax RefundsThat the tax refunds listed on the attachment posted with this agenda be approved. This action would allow us to comply with state law which requires approval by the legislative body of refunds of tax overpayments exceeding the three year limit. (See Attachment C)   Not available Not available
21-35 218. Notice for NotationAccept the donation of $500 from El Paso Firefighters IAFF Local 51 to pay for COVID-19 safe Christmas activities within District 3.   Not available Not available
21-32 219. Notice of Campaign ContributionsFor notation pursuant to Section 2.92.110 of the City Code, receipt of campaign contributions by Representative Alexsandra Annello: $50 from Meryl Heyman, $250 from Rick Bonart, $1,400 from Aaron Montes, $150 from Brian Kennedy, $250 from Carlos Spector, $25 from Jesus Marquez, $3,000 from J.P. Bryan,? $50 from Michael Wyatt, $250 from Deborah Kastrin, $200 from Stuart Schwartz, $250 from Ann Horak, $50 from Octavio Dominguez, $25 from German Hernandez, $100 from Arturo Dominguez.   Not available Not available
21-25 120. Operational Focus UpdatesPresentation and discussion by the COVID-19 Response and Recovery Cross-Functional Team providing information on key activities, efforts and processes. 1.Overview (Tommy Gonzalez) 2.City Attorney’s Office Update (Karla Nieman) a)Governor Abbott’s Proclamations & Orders b)Emergency Ordinances c)Texas Eviction Diversion Program 3.CFT Operations (Chief Mario D’Agostino/Angela Mora) 4.Team Lead Reports: 1.Health Focus (Hector Ocaranza, M.D.) a. Community Task Force Recommendations Update   Not available Video Video
21-25 120. Operational Focus UpdatesPresentation and discussion by the COVID-19 Response and Recovery Cross-Functional Team providing information on key activities, efforts and processes. 1.Overview (Tommy Gonzalez) 2.City Attorney’s Office Update (Karla Nieman) a)Governor Abbott’s Proclamations & Orders b)Emergency Ordinances c)Texas Eviction Diversion Program 3.CFT Operations (Chief Mario D’Agostino/Angela Mora) 4.Team Lead Reports: 1.Health Focus (Hector Ocaranza, M.D.) a. Community Task Force Recommendations Update   Not available Video Video
21-25 120. Operational Focus UpdatesPresentation and discussion by the COVID-19 Response and Recovery Cross-Functional Team providing information on key activities, efforts and processes. 1.Overview (Tommy Gonzalez) 2.City Attorney’s Office Update (Karla Nieman) a)Governor Abbott’s Proclamations & Orders b)Emergency Ordinances c)Texas Eviction Diversion Program 3.CFT Operations (Chief Mario D’Agostino/Angela Mora) 4.Team Lead Reports: 1.Health Focus (Hector Ocaranza, M.D.) a. Community Task Force Recommendations Update   Not available Video Video
21-22 121. Operational Focus UpdatesUpdate on the Conservation Easements for Knapp Land and Lost Dog.   Not available Video Video
21-22 121. Operational Focus UpdatesUpdate on the Conservation Easements for Knapp Land and Lost Dog.   Not available Video Video
21-23 222. Operational Focus UpdatesDiscussion on a City Council Orientation presentation by the: a) City Manager that will include: Operational Overview (Organizational Transformation, Community of Excellence, Organizational Agility), Financial Overview and Capital Plan Update; and b) City Attorney that will include: Type of City - Home Rule / Council-Manager form of government, El Paso City Charter, Rules of Order, City Code, and State Laws.   Not available Video Video
21-23 222. Operational Focus UpdatesDiscussion on a City Council Orientation presentation by the: a) City Manager that will include: Operational Overview (Organizational Transformation, Community of Excellence, Organizational Agility), Financial Overview and Capital Plan Update; and b) City Attorney that will include: Type of City - Home Rule / Council-Manager form of government, El Paso City Charter, Rules of Order, City Code, and State Laws.   Not available Video Video
21-23 222. Operational Focus UpdatesDiscussion on a City Council Orientation presentation by the: a) City Manager that will include: Operational Overview (Organizational Transformation, Community of Excellence, Organizational Agility), Financial Overview and Capital Plan Update; and b) City Attorney that will include: Type of City - Home Rule / Council-Manager form of government, El Paso City Charter, Rules of Order, City Code, and State Laws.   Not available Video Video
21-23 222. Operational Focus UpdatesDiscussion on a City Council Orientation presentation by the: a) City Manager that will include: Operational Overview (Organizational Transformation, Community of Excellence, Organizational Agility), Financial Overview and Capital Plan Update; and b) City Attorney that will include: Type of City - Home Rule / Council-Manager form of government, El Paso City Charter, Rules of Order, City Code, and State Laws.   Not available Video Video
21-23 222. Operational Focus UpdatesDiscussion on a City Council Orientation presentation by the: a) City Manager that will include: Operational Overview (Organizational Transformation, Community of Excellence, Organizational Agility), Financial Overview and Capital Plan Update; and b) City Attorney that will include: Type of City - Home Rule / Council-Manager form of government, El Paso City Charter, Rules of Order, City Code, and State Laws.   Not available Video Video
21-23 222. Operational Focus UpdatesDiscussion on a City Council Orientation presentation by the: a) City Manager that will include: Operational Overview (Organizational Transformation, Community of Excellence, Organizational Agility), Financial Overview and Capital Plan Update; and b) City Attorney that will include: Type of City - Home Rule / Council-Manager form of government, El Paso City Charter, Rules of Order, City Code, and State Laws.   Not available Video Video
21-30 123. OrdinancesAn Ordinance amending Title 14 (Aircraft and Airports) Chapter 14.24 (Commercial Air Carriers Rates and Charges) to add Section 14.24.130 Daily Cargo Parking and Building Use Fee.   Not available Video Video
20-57 124. OrdinancesAn Ordinance amending Title 15 (Public Services), Chapter 15.08 (Street Rentals), Section 15.08.150 (Shared Mobility Devices), to update permit term and renewal requirements.   Not available Not available
21-21 125. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 4.2 - Create innovative recreational, educational and cultural programs. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation 2020-1081 Janitorial Services - Libraries to Ace Government Services, LLC for an initial term of three (3) years for an estimated amount of $1,084,933.98. The award also includes two (2) year option for an estimated amount of $723,289.32. The total value of the contract including the initial term plus option is five (5) years for an estimated amount of $1,808,223.30. The award of this contract will provide janitorial services for the libraries. Contract Variance: The difference in cost, based on the comparison from previous contract, is as follows: an increase of $229,599.66 for the initial term, which represents a 26.84% increase above the previous contract. The increase is due to the additional libraries being brought online. Department: Libraries Award to: Ace Government Services, LLC El Paso, TX Item(s): ALL Initial Term: 3 years Option to Extend: 2 years Annual   Not available Video Video
21-2 126. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 7.2 - Improve competitiveness through infrastructure improvements impacting the quality of life. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2021-0039 Speed Cushions to Traffic Logix Corporation for an initial three (3) year term estimated award of $581,025.00. The award also includes a two (2) year option for an estimated amount of $387,350.00. The total value of the contract including the initial term plus the option is five (5) years for a total estimated award of $968,375.00. The award will support the installation and maintenance of speed cushions citywide, by the Streets and Maintenance Department, in accordance with the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) Contract Variance: The difference in cost, based on the comparison from previous contract is as follows: an increase of $433,650.00 for the initial term, which represents a 75% increase, due to additional speed cushions under this contract. Department: Street and Maintenance Award to: Traffic Logix Corporation    Not available Video Video
21-3 127. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 7.2 - Improve competitiveness through infrastructure improvements impacting the quality of life. This award will support the enhancement of pedestrian safety, provide ADA accessibility, and full-depth pavement rehabilitation. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation 2020-037 Yarbrough Bridge Replacement to International Eagle Enterprises, Inc. for an estimated total award of $2,031,462.75. Department: Capital Improvement Award to: International Eagle Enterprises, Inc. El Paso, TX Items: All Initial Term: 220 Standard Workweek Days Base Bid I: $1,786,245.75 Base Bid II: $189,422.00 Base Bid III: $34,125.00 Base Bid IV: $21,670.00 Total Estimated Award: $2,031,462.75 Account No.: 190-580270-4743-38290-PCP18TRAN05 190-580270-4950-38170-PCP18TRAN05 Funding Source: 2018 Certificates of Obligation and Federal Highway Administration Funds Districts: |910| This is a Low Bid procurement, unit price contract. The Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing and Capital Improvement Departments recommend awa   Not available Not available
21-4 128. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 7.5 - Set one standard for infrastructure across the city. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2021-0077 Guardrails and Wooden Posts to Gordon’s Specialties, Inc. dba G.S.I. Highway Products for an initial three (3) years for an estimated amount of $713,400.00. The award of this contract will allow for the continual repair and/or replacement of Guard Rails and Wooden Posts damaged by vehicles throughout the City. Contract Variance: The difference in cost, based on comparison from previous contract is as follows: An increase of $213,510.00 for the initial term, which represents a 42.7% increase, due to increases in pricing and additional quantities. Department: Streets and Maintenance Award to: Gordon’s Specialties, Inc. dba G.S.I. Highway Products Hutchins, TX Items: All Initial Term: 3 years Option to Extend: None Annual Estimated Award: $237,800.00 Total Estimated Award: $713,400.00 (3 years) Account No.: 532-32120-532030-1000-P3210 Funding Source: General Fund - Public Access   Not available Not available
21-17 129. OrdinancesDiscussion and action on an Emergency Ordinance re-enacting Emergency Ordinance No. 019035 extending a Disaster Declaration due to a Public Health Emergency.   Not available Not available
21-18 130. OrdinancesDiscussion and action on Emergency Ordinance re-enacting and amending Emergency Ordinance No. 019036, as restated and amended by Emergency Ordinance No. 019115, and further amended by Emergency Ordinance Numbers 019118 and 019122; penalty as provided in Section 8.   Not available Not available
21-16 131. OrdinancesDiscussion and action on an Emergency Ordinance re-enacting Emergency Ordinance 019091, Penalty as provided in Section 6.   Not available Not available
19-735 132. OrdinancesAn Ordinance changing the zoning of the following parcels: Parcel 1: a portion of F. Neve Survey No. 8, 4625 Delta Drive, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, from R-5/sp (Residential/special permit) to C-3/sp/c (Commercial/special permit/conditions); and, Parcel 2: a portion of F. Neve Survey No. 8, 4625 Delta Drive, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, from R-5/sp (Residential/special permit) to A-O/sp/c (Apartment/Office/special permit/conditions); and imposing conditions. The Penalty is as provided for in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. THIS IS AN APPEAL AND A 211 CASE. Subject Property: 4625 Delta Drive. Applicant: The Upright Group, LLC PZRZ20-00013 The proposed rezoning meets the intent of the Future Land Use designation for the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. [POSTPONED FROM 12-08-2020]   Not available Not available
19-852 133. OrdinancesAn Ordinance changing the zoning of portion of Tract 4G, Nellie D. Mundy Survey 240, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from C-4/c (Commercial/conditions) to R-3A/c (Residential/conditions). The penalty is as provided for in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. The proposed rezoning meets the intent of the adjacent Future Land Use designation south of the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Subject Property: East of Resler Dr. and South of Woodrow Bean Transmountain Rd. Applicant: CSA Design Group, Inc. c/o Adrian Holguin-Ontiveros PZRZ20-00023 [POSTPONED FROM 01-05-2021]   Not available Not available
20-2 134. OrdinancesAn Ordinance changing the zoning of a portion of Lot 1, Block 1, El Paso West, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from M-1 (Light Manufacturing) to C-4 (Commercial). The penalty being as provided in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. The proposed rezoning meets the intent of the Future Land Use designation for the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Subject Property: South of Paseo Del Norte Boulevard and West of Northwestern Drive Applicants: FSW Investments LP PZRZ20-00021   Not available Not available
20-3 135. OrdinancesAn Ordinance granting Special Permit NO. PZST20-00008, to allow for a Planned Residential Development Overlay on the property described as Tracts 15-D, 16-G, and 16-H, Block 8, Upper Valley Surveys, 5545 Westside Drive, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, Pursuant to Section 20.10.470 of the El Paso City Code. The penalty being as provided in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. The proposed special permit meets the intent of the Future Land Use designation for the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Subject Property: 5545 Westside Drive Applicants: David Fuller and Norma Garza PZST20-00008   Not available Not available
20-4 136. OrdinancesAn Ordinance granting Special Permit No. PZST20-00009, to allow for a parking reduction on the property described as Lots 1 to 5, Block 8, Sambrano Addition, 6700 Sambrano Avenue, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, Pursuant to Section 20.14.070 of the El Paso City Code. The penalty being as provided in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. The proposed special permit meets the intent of the Future Land Use designation for the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Subject Property: 6700 Sambrano Avenue Applicants: City of El Paso PZST20-00009   Not available Not available
20-20 137. OrdinancesAn Ordinance changing the zoning of Tract 2-A, Block 52, Ysleta Grant, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from R-F (Ranch-Farm) and R-F/H (Ranch-Farm/Historic) to R-5 (Residential) and R-5/H (Residential/Historic). The penalty being as provided in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. THIS IS AN APPEAL The proposed rezoning meets the intent of the Future Land Use designation for the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Subject Property: South of Americas and West of Socorro Road Applicants: B&B Socorro, LLC PZRZ20-00019   Not available Not available
20-21 138. OrdinancesAn Ordinance changing the zoning of a portion of Lots 17,18,19, and the West 15 Feet 7.5 inches of Lot 20, Block 30, Franklin Heights Addition, 1301 & 1305 Texas Avenue, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from M-1 (Manufacturing) to G-MU (General Mixed Use), approving a Master Zoning Plan. The penalty being as provided in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. The proposed rezoning meets the intent of the Future Land Use designation for the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Subject Property: 1301 & 1305 Texas Avenue. Applicants: Lucban, LLC. PZRZ20-00020   Not available Video Video
20-42 139. OrdinancesAn Ordinance amending Title 2 (Administration and Personnel), Chapter 2.92 (Ethics) of the El Paso City Code to perform the following: Divide the Chapter into Articles and reorganize provisions under the new Articles; add definitions for “City”, “Confidential Information”, “Conducting Business with the City”, “Days”, “Mailbox Rule”, “Ministerial Act”, “Newly Discovered Evidence” and “Resident”; delete definition for “Negotiating Concerning Prospective Employment” and “Person”; update definition for “Board”; relocate definitions for “Clear and Convincing”, “Designated Employee”, “Frivolous Complaint”, and “Honorarium”; delete Section 2.92.050(G) of the Standards of Conduct; add Standard of Conduct regarding interest affecting official conduct by City Officers and Employees; add Standard of Conduct to restrict a City Officer or Employee from inducing or attempting to induce another City Officer or Employee to violate this Chapter; restrict the jurisdiction of the Ethics Review Commission to only violations by City Officers within two years of an alleged violation; update the process fo   Not available Not available
21-20 140. Other BusinessDiscussion and action on a Resolution to approve the list of projects on Exhibit A of the Resolution, totaling approximately $4,496,619.00, which updates the document known as the “Five Year Capital Maintenance Improvement Plan for the Ballpark”, as the established list of Ballpark also known as Southwest University Park for FY 2021 through FY 2025 and that the City Manager be authorized to make all necessary transfers prior to the execution of the project.   Not available Not available
21-24 141. ResolutionsDiscussion and action on the approval of the Department of Aviation’s, El Paso International Airport (EPIA), five-year capital improvement plan (FY2021 through FY2025) in the estimated total projects cost amount of $111,137,651, and to authorize the City Manager to make all necessary budget transfers prior to the execution of the projects.   Not available Video Video
21-14 142. Other BusinessDiscussion and action on a Resolution to approve a 9th amendment to the City’s 2019-2020 (45th Year) Annual Action Plan for the Community Development Block Grant-Coronavirus (CDBG-CV) and Emergency Solutions Grant-Coronavirus (ESG-CV) to: a. Reduce the "hold project" for the remaining balance of CDBG-CV funds by $341,160 in CDBG-CV; b. Add $341,160 in CDBG-CV funds to supplement the Inspira Hotel Emergency Shelter Project, operated by Endeavors; c. Add $1,700,000 in ESG-CV funds to create a Rapid Rehousing Project; d. Add $500,000 in ESG-CV funds to create an Emergency Shelter Project; e. Add $430,000 in ESG-CV funds to create a Homeless Prevention Project; f. Add $234,248 in ESG-CV funds to create a Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) Project; g. Add $100,000 in ESG-CV funds to create a Street Outreach Project; and h. Add $1,000,000 in ESG-CV funds to create a Homeless Welcome Center Project.   Not available Not available
21-36 243. Members of the City CouncilDiscussion and action on a Resolution to appoint a member to the El Paso Water Utilities Public Service Board of Trustees in the area of expertise of General Business Management as recommended by the El Paso Water Utilities Public Service Board Selection Committee: Ranked 1st John T. Hjalmquist Ranked 2nd Charlie Intebi Ranked 3rd Sam Preckett   Not available Video Video
21-29 2EX1. Executive SessionProposed open space land acquisitions. (551.072) (20-1040-1094)   Not available Not available
21-31 1EX2. Executive SessionStatus of pending negotiations for several Economic and International Development Department Projects in the City of El Paso (20-1007-2670) (551.087) (551.071)   Not available Not available
21-38 2EX3. Executive SessionE.R., a Minor and Olga Alcantara v. Marco Jasso, Jose Rivas, Ricardo Villagran, and Jane Doe; Matter: 18-1026-9962 (551.071)   Not available Not available
21-39 2EX4. Executive SessionElizabeth Flores, et. al. v. Jose Rivas and C. Sandoval; Matter: 18-1026-9855 (551.071)   Not available Not available
21-28 21. Members of the City CouncilDiscussion and action on the election of Mayor Pro Tempore and Alternate Mayor Pro Tempore.   Not available Video Video
21-27 22. Other BusinessDiscussion and action on a Resolution adopting the Rules of Order for City Council meetings.   Not available Video Video
21-27 22. Other BusinessDiscussion and action on a Resolution adopting the Rules of Order for City Council meetings.   Not available Video Video
21-2 126. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 7.2 - Improve competitiveness through infrastructure improvements impacting the quality of life. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2021-0039 Speed Cushions to Traffic Logix Corporation for an initial three (3) year term estimated award of $581,025.00. The award also includes a two (2) year option for an estimated amount of $387,350.00. The total value of the contract including the initial term plus the option is five (5) years for a total estimated award of $968,375.00. The award will support the installation and maintenance of speed cushions citywide, by the Streets and Maintenance Department, in accordance with the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) Contract Variance: The difference in cost, based on the comparison from previous contract is as follows: an increase of $433,650.00 for the initial term, which represents a 75% increase, due to additional speed cushions under this contract. Department: Street and Maintenance Award to: Traffic Logix Corporation    Not available Video Video
21-2 126. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 7.2 - Improve competitiveness through infrastructure improvements impacting the quality of life. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2021-0039 Speed Cushions to Traffic Logix Corporation for an initial three (3) year term estimated award of $581,025.00. The award also includes a two (2) year option for an estimated amount of $387,350.00. The total value of the contract including the initial term plus the option is five (5) years for a total estimated award of $968,375.00. The award will support the installation and maintenance of speed cushions citywide, by the Streets and Maintenance Department, in accordance with the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) Contract Variance: The difference in cost, based on the comparison from previous contract is as follows: an increase of $433,650.00 for the initial term, which represents a 75% increase, due to additional speed cushions under this contract. Department: Street and Maintenance Award to: Traffic Logix Corporation    Not available Video Video
21-2 126. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 7.2 - Improve competitiveness through infrastructure improvements impacting the quality of life. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2021-0039 Speed Cushions to Traffic Logix Corporation for an initial three (3) year term estimated award of $581,025.00. The award also includes a two (2) year option for an estimated amount of $387,350.00. The total value of the contract including the initial term plus the option is five (5) years for a total estimated award of $968,375.00. The award will support the installation and maintenance of speed cushions citywide, by the Streets and Maintenance Department, in accordance with the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) Contract Variance: The difference in cost, based on the comparison from previous contract is as follows: an increase of $433,650.00 for the initial term, which represents a 75% increase, due to additional speed cushions under this contract. Department: Street and Maintenance Award to: Traffic Logix Corporation    Not available Video Video
21-2 126. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 7.2 - Improve competitiveness through infrastructure improvements impacting the quality of life. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2021-0039 Speed Cushions to Traffic Logix Corporation for an initial three (3) year term estimated award of $581,025.00. The award also includes a two (2) year option for an estimated amount of $387,350.00. The total value of the contract including the initial term plus the option is five (5) years for a total estimated award of $968,375.00. The award will support the installation and maintenance of speed cushions citywide, by the Streets and Maintenance Department, in accordance with the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) Contract Variance: The difference in cost, based on the comparison from previous contract is as follows: an increase of $433,650.00 for the initial term, which represents a 75% increase, due to additional speed cushions under this contract. Department: Street and Maintenance Award to: Traffic Logix Corporation    Not available Video Video
21-2 126. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 7.2 - Improve competitiveness through infrastructure improvements impacting the quality of life. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2021-0039 Speed Cushions to Traffic Logix Corporation for an initial three (3) year term estimated award of $581,025.00. The award also includes a two (2) year option for an estimated amount of $387,350.00. The total value of the contract including the initial term plus the option is five (5) years for a total estimated award of $968,375.00. The award will support the installation and maintenance of speed cushions citywide, by the Streets and Maintenance Department, in accordance with the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) Contract Variance: The difference in cost, based on the comparison from previous contract is as follows: an increase of $433,650.00 for the initial term, which represents a 75% increase, due to additional speed cushions under this contract. Department: Street and Maintenance Award to: Traffic Logix Corporation    Not available Video Video
21-2 126. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 7.2 - Improve competitiveness through infrastructure improvements impacting the quality of life. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2021-0039 Speed Cushions to Traffic Logix Corporation for an initial three (3) year term estimated award of $581,025.00. The award also includes a two (2) year option for an estimated amount of $387,350.00. The total value of the contract including the initial term plus the option is five (5) years for a total estimated award of $968,375.00. The award will support the installation and maintenance of speed cushions citywide, by the Streets and Maintenance Department, in accordance with the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) Contract Variance: The difference in cost, based on the comparison from previous contract is as follows: an increase of $433,650.00 for the initial term, which represents a 75% increase, due to additional speed cushions under this contract. Department: Street and Maintenance Award to: Traffic Logix Corporation    Not available Video Video
21-2 126. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 7.2 - Improve competitiveness through infrastructure improvements impacting the quality of life. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2021-0039 Speed Cushions to Traffic Logix Corporation for an initial three (3) year term estimated award of $581,025.00. The award also includes a two (2) year option for an estimated amount of $387,350.00. The total value of the contract including the initial term plus the option is five (5) years for a total estimated award of $968,375.00. The award will support the installation and maintenance of speed cushions citywide, by the Streets and Maintenance Department, in accordance with the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) Contract Variance: The difference in cost, based on the comparison from previous contract is as follows: an increase of $433,650.00 for the initial term, which represents a 75% increase, due to additional speed cushions under this contract. Department: Street and Maintenance Award to: Traffic Logix Corporation    Not available Video Video
21-2 126. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 7.2 - Improve competitiveness through infrastructure improvements impacting the quality of life. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2021-0039 Speed Cushions to Traffic Logix Corporation for an initial three (3) year term estimated award of $581,025.00. The award also includes a two (2) year option for an estimated amount of $387,350.00. The total value of the contract including the initial term plus the option is five (5) years for a total estimated award of $968,375.00. The award will support the installation and maintenance of speed cushions citywide, by the Streets and Maintenance Department, in accordance with the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) Contract Variance: The difference in cost, based on the comparison from previous contract is as follows: an increase of $433,650.00 for the initial term, which represents a 75% increase, due to additional speed cushions under this contract. Department: Street and Maintenance Award to: Traffic Logix Corporation    Not available Video Video
21-2 126. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 7.2 - Improve competitiveness through infrastructure improvements impacting the quality of life. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2021-0039 Speed Cushions to Traffic Logix Corporation for an initial three (3) year term estimated award of $581,025.00. The award also includes a two (2) year option for an estimated amount of $387,350.00. The total value of the contract including the initial term plus the option is five (5) years for a total estimated award of $968,375.00. The award will support the installation and maintenance of speed cushions citywide, by the Streets and Maintenance Department, in accordance with the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) Contract Variance: The difference in cost, based on the comparison from previous contract is as follows: an increase of $433,650.00 for the initial term, which represents a 75% increase, due to additional speed cushions under this contract. Department: Street and Maintenance Award to: Traffic Logix Corporation    Not available Video Video
21-2 126. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 7.2 - Improve competitiveness through infrastructure improvements impacting the quality of life. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2021-0039 Speed Cushions to Traffic Logix Corporation for an initial three (3) year term estimated award of $581,025.00. The award also includes a two (2) year option for an estimated amount of $387,350.00. The total value of the contract including the initial term plus the option is five (5) years for a total estimated award of $968,375.00. The award will support the installation and maintenance of speed cushions citywide, by the Streets and Maintenance Department, in accordance with the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) Contract Variance: The difference in cost, based on the comparison from previous contract is as follows: an increase of $433,650.00 for the initial term, which represents a 75% increase, due to additional speed cushions under this contract. Department: Street and Maintenance Award to: Traffic Logix Corporation    Not available Video Video
21-2 126. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 7.2 - Improve competitiveness through infrastructure improvements impacting the quality of life. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2021-0039 Speed Cushions to Traffic Logix Corporation for an initial three (3) year term estimated award of $581,025.00. The award also includes a two (2) year option for an estimated amount of $387,350.00. The total value of the contract including the initial term plus the option is five (5) years for a total estimated award of $968,375.00. The award will support the installation and maintenance of speed cushions citywide, by the Streets and Maintenance Department, in accordance with the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) Contract Variance: The difference in cost, based on the comparison from previous contract is as follows: an increase of $433,650.00 for the initial term, which represents a 75% increase, due to additional speed cushions under this contract. Department: Street and Maintenance Award to: Traffic Logix Corporation    Not available Video Video
20-21 138. OrdinancesAn Ordinance changing the zoning of a portion of Lots 17,18,19, and the West 15 Feet 7.5 inches of Lot 20, Block 30, Franklin Heights Addition, 1301 & 1305 Texas Avenue, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from M-1 (Manufacturing) to G-MU (General Mixed Use), approving a Master Zoning Plan. The penalty being as provided in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. The proposed rezoning meets the intent of the Future Land Use designation for the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Subject Property: 1301 & 1305 Texas Avenue. Applicants: Lucban, LLC. PZRZ20-00020   Not available Video Video
20-21 138. OrdinancesAn Ordinance changing the zoning of a portion of Lots 17,18,19, and the West 15 Feet 7.5 inches of Lot 20, Block 30, Franklin Heights Addition, 1301 & 1305 Texas Avenue, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from M-1 (Manufacturing) to G-MU (General Mixed Use), approving a Master Zoning Plan. The penalty being as provided in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. The proposed rezoning meets the intent of the Future Land Use designation for the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Subject Property: 1301 & 1305 Texas Avenue. Applicants: Lucban, LLC. PZRZ20-00020   Not available Video Video
20-21 138. OrdinancesAn Ordinance changing the zoning of a portion of Lots 17,18,19, and the West 15 Feet 7.5 inches of Lot 20, Block 30, Franklin Heights Addition, 1301 & 1305 Texas Avenue, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from M-1 (Manufacturing) to G-MU (General Mixed Use), approving a Master Zoning Plan. The penalty being as provided in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. The proposed rezoning meets the intent of the Future Land Use designation for the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Subject Property: 1301 & 1305 Texas Avenue. Applicants: Lucban, LLC. PZRZ20-00020   Not available Video Video
21-24 141. ResolutionsDiscussion and action on the approval of the Department of Aviation’s, El Paso International Airport (EPIA), five-year capital improvement plan (FY2021 through FY2025) in the estimated total projects cost amount of $111,137,651, and to authorize the City Manager to make all necessary budget transfers prior to the execution of the projects.   Not available Video Video