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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/23/2021 9:00 AM Minutes status: *** DRAFT ***  
Meeting location: COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL, 300 N. CAMPBELL AND VIRTUALLY
THE LOCAL HEALTH AUTHORITY STRONGLY RECOMMENDS THE USE OF MASKS IN ALL CITY FACILITIES AND INDOOR SPACES Teleconference phone number: 1-915-213-4096 Toll free number: 1-833-664-9267 Conference ID: 465-400-784#
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21-1360 11. MinutesApproval of Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of November 9, 2021, the Agenda Review Meeting of November 8, 2021, and the Work Session of November 8, 2021.   Not available Not available
21-1308 13. ResolutionsThat the City Manager, or designee, is authorized to dedicate for use of the public as public right-of-way the following property: a 0.0483 acre portion of Lots 14 and 15, Block 5, El Paso International Airport Tracts Replat of Unit 3, as filed in Volume 28, Page 46, El Paso County Plat Records more commonly known as a portion of 6631 Montana Avenue. Further, the City Manager, or designee, is authorized to execute a dedication deed and to record such deed in the El Paso County Records.   Not available Not available
21-1309 14. ResolutionsA Resolution to authorize the City Manager to execute a License Agreement between the City of El Paso ("City") and Tikal Group, LLC, a Texas Limited Liability Company ("Licensee"), to allow Licensee to locate news racks to dispense Licensee's newspaper in three areas of the El Paso International Airport, for a term of two years, in exchange for Licensee providing in-kind services equaling the value of the space and the license fee ($15,000.00 annually), pursuant to the City's "In-Kind Services in Lieu of License Fees Payment", approved by the Director of Aviation on July 5, 2021. Term for this agreement shall be for two (2) years. Licensee will provide in-kind services in lieu of license fees/payments. Total value of the space and license fee is $15,000.00 annually.   Not available Not available
21-1313 15. ResolutionsA Resolution to authorize the City Manager to sign an Office Space Rental Agreement by and between the City of El Paso (“Lessor”) and ABM Aviation, Inc. (“Lessee”) to lease office space totaling 284 square feet in the El Paso International Airport Terminal Building, located at 6701 Convair, El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, at $43.60 per square foot per year, or as defined by the City Budget Resolution for the applicable space, for a term of three years, with an option to extend the Agreement for two additional one-year terms. Term for this agreement shall be for three (3) years with the option to extend two additional one-year terms. Total value of the space lease is $13,316.76 annually.   Not available Not available
21-1318 16. ResolutionsA Resolution to authorize the City Manager to sign an a Concession License Agreement between the City of El Paso (“City”) and SWYFT (“Concessionaire”) to allow Concessionaire to operate automated retail machines at the El Paso International Airport, with Concessionaire’s payment to the City being the greater of an amount based on the square footage of the concession site or a percentage of the revenues derived from the automated retail machines, for a one year term, with an option to renew the Agreement for four additional one-year terms. Term for this agreement shall be for one (1) year with the option to extend for four additional one-year terms. Total value of the concession site is $5,450.00 annually at a rate of $54.50 per square foot. Agreement includes a percentage rent calculated at 12% of gross revenue derived from the ARM (Automated Retail Machine) on consumer electronics and 9.5% on products other than electronics concepts.   Not available Not available
21-1336 17. ResolutionsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 1.4 - Grow the core business of air transportation. Award Summary: That the City Manager be authorized to sign the Consent to Assignment of Contract No. 2015-002R Vehicle Rental Concessionaire by and between the City of El Paso, Budget Rent a Car Of El Paso, Inc. D/B/A Budget Rent a Car of El Paso (“Assignor”) and Budget Rent a Car System, Inc. (“Assignee”).   Not available Not available
21-1332 18. ResolutionsThat the City Manager or designee is authorized to submit the FY2022 Enhancement of Special Operations Teams Capabilities grant application for the project entitled “Enhancement of Special Operations Teams Capabilities” through the Texas Office of the Governor, Public Safety Office and all related documents, including but not limited to, authorization of budget transfers, and/or revisions to the operations plan, and to accept, reject, amend, correct, extend and/or terminate the grant, in the amount of $90,239.49, for the period February 1, 2022 through January 31, 2023, for the City’s Fire Department Special Response Teams to purchase necessary equipment intended to sustain and enhance current response capabilities locally and regionally on the border; and, that the City shall provide all applicable matching funds for said grant if applicable; and, that in the event of loss or misuse of the Office of the Governor’s grant funds, the City assures that the funds will be returned to the Office of the Governor in full.   Not available Not available
21-1335 19. ResolutionsA Resolution approving a detailed site development plan for the property described as a portion of Lot 1, Block 2, Mesa Hills West, 310 South Mesa Hills Dr., 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 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: South Mesa Hills Dr. Applicant: NUASA LLC, PZDS21-00029   Not available Not available
21-1361 110. ResolutionsApprove a Resolution that the City of El Paso will enter into a formal gift agreement for an original commission of a site-specific, exterior museum artwork by Leo Villareal with the El Paso Museum of Art Foundation, a private 501(c)3 non-profit organization, memorializing the parties respective rights and obligations relating to the project, contingent upon the Foundation raising adequate funds for its completion.   Not available Not available
21-1326 111. ResolutionsA Resolution that the 2021 Guidelines for the City Employees Charitable Campaign be adopted, designating the United Way of El Paso County as the Local Campaign Manager, and designating the City’s Human Resources Director or designee to act as the liaison to work with the Local Campaign Manager in the administration of the campaign.   Not available Not available
21-1322 112. ResolutionsThat the City Manager, or designee, 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 HSIP-F24-Hercules Avenue Safety Lights (Dyer | Railroad) project, which has an estimated total project cost of $679,744.00 of which the estimated local government participation amount is estimated at $75,283.00. Further, that the City Manager, or designee, is authorized to sign all documents, agreement amendments, and perform all actions required to carry out the obligations of the City under this agreement.   Not available Not available
21-1306 113. Board Re-AppointmentsAnne M. Giangiulio to the Museums and Cultural Affairs Advisory Board by Representative Alexsandra Annello, District 2.   Not available Not available
21-1352 114. Board Re-AppointmentsAnna Alemán to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board by Representative Alexsandra Annello, District 2.   Not available Not available
21-1358 115. Board Re-AppointmentsLaura Valdez to the Museums and Cultural Affairs Advisory Board by Representative Alexsandra Annello, District 2.   Not available Not available
21-1356 116. Board AppointmentsRobert D. Garland III to the Building and Standards Commission by Representative Alexsandra Annello, District 2.   Not available Not available
21-1350 117. Board AppointmentsEdward Escudero to the Public Service Board Selection Committee by Representative Alexsandra Annello, District 2.   Not available Not available
21-1355 118. Notice for NotationAccept the donation of $5,000 from Sierra Machinery to go towards holiday events and initiatives in District 3, to include turkeys for families in need during Thanksgiving and Christmas gifts and grocery gift cards for a less-fortunate neighborhood in the district.   Not available Not available
21-1307 219. Requests to Issue Purchase OrdersThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 1.4 - Grow the core business of air transportation. Award Summary: Request that the Director of Purchasing & Strategic Sourcing be authorized to issue a Purchase Order to ProDIGIQ, Inc. referencing Contract 2016-009R Airport Lease Management. This will be a change order to increase the contract by $46,334.87 for a not to exceed total contract amount of $350,234.34. This award will ensure the airport meets the reporting requirements under GASB 87. Department: El Paso International Airport Award to: ProDIGIQ, Inc. Calabasas, CA Total Estimated Amount: $46,334.87 Account No.: 562-522020-62030-3000 Funding Source: Airport Operations Fund District(s): All   Not available Not available
21-1323 120. Best Value ProcurementThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 7.2 - Improve competitiveness through infrastructure improvements impacting the quality of life. Award Summary: Award of Solicitation of 2021-1389 Parks Permanent Restrooms Cleaning Services to Ace Government Services, LLC for a three (3) year initial term estimated amount of $279,240.00. The award also includes a two (2) year option for an estimated amount of $186,160.00. The total value of the contract is, including the initial term plus the option for a total of five (5) years, for an estimated amount of $465,400.00. This contract will provide restroom cleaning at City park sites. Contract Variance: The difference in price, based on comparison to the previous contract is as follows: A decrease of $238,618.39 for the initial term, which represents a -46.08% decrease due to decrease in pricing. Department: Streets and Maintenance Vendor: Ace Government Services, LLC El Paso, TX Item(s): All Initial Term: 3 years Option to Extend: 2 years Annual Estimated Award: $93,080.00 Initial Term Estimated Award: $279,240.   Not available Not available
21-1353 121. Members of the City CouncilDiscussion and action to direct the City Manager to have City staff review the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) on speed cushion requirements such as; the Tier 1 process which consists of the study, implementation and monitoring for residential and collector streets; and to have City staff review and/or update the process to allow for a less stringent manner in which neighborhoods may qualify for street cushions by modifying Section 3, Subsection D of eligibility criteria from 15% to 10% of vehicles meeting or exceeding 5 miles per hour over the posted speed limit; and to allow constituents whom are affected by vehicular accidents to their properties be able to request street cushions without the need of going through this process by providing proper documentation of such.   Not available Not available
21-1353 121. Members of the City CouncilDiscussion and action to direct the City Manager to have City staff review the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) on speed cushion requirements such as; the Tier 1 process which consists of the study, implementation and monitoring for residential and collector streets; and to have City staff review and/or update the process to allow for a less stringent manner in which neighborhoods may qualify for street cushions by modifying Section 3, Subsection D of eligibility criteria from 15% to 10% of vehicles meeting or exceeding 5 miles per hour over the posted speed limit; and to allow constituents whom are affected by vehicular accidents to their properties be able to request street cushions without the need of going through this process by providing proper documentation of such.   Not available Not available
21-1353 121. Members of the City CouncilDiscussion and action to direct the City Manager to have City staff review the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) on speed cushion requirements such as; the Tier 1 process which consists of the study, implementation and monitoring for residential and collector streets; and to have City staff review and/or update the process to allow for a less stringent manner in which neighborhoods may qualify for street cushions by modifying Section 3, Subsection D of eligibility criteria from 15% to 10% of vehicles meeting or exceeding 5 miles per hour over the posted speed limit; and to allow constituents whom are affected by vehicular accidents to their properties be able to request street cushions without the need of going through this process by providing proper documentation of such.   Not available Not available
21-1354 122. Members of the City CouncilDiscussion and action to direct the City Manager to return to Council within 30 days with a timeline for acquisition of open space land adjacent to the Police Department / Fire Training facility in Northeast El Paso, and to identify funding sources and a timeline for a conservation easement of that open space land.   Not available Not available
21-1354 122. Members of the City CouncilDiscussion and action to direct the City Manager to return to Council within 30 days with a timeline for acquisition of open space land adjacent to the Police Department / Fire Training facility in Northeast El Paso, and to identify funding sources and a timeline for a conservation easement of that open space land.   Not available Not available
21-1354 122. Members of the City CouncilDiscussion and action to direct the City Manager to return to Council within 30 days with a timeline for acquisition of open space land adjacent to the Police Department / Fire Training facility in Northeast El Paso, and to identify funding sources and a timeline for a conservation easement of that open space land.   Not available Not available
21-1354 122. Members of the City CouncilDiscussion and action to direct the City Manager to return to Council within 30 days with a timeline for acquisition of open space land adjacent to the Police Department / Fire Training facility in Northeast El Paso, and to identify funding sources and a timeline for a conservation easement of that open space land.   Not available Not available
21-1354 122. Members of the City CouncilDiscussion and action to direct the City Manager to return to Council within 30 days with a timeline for acquisition of open space land adjacent to the Police Department / Fire Training facility in Northeast El Paso, and to identify funding sources and a timeline for a conservation easement of that open space land.   Not available Not available
21-1357 123. Members of the City CouncilDiscussion and action to approve a Resolution to adopt definitions of bullying and cyberbullying outside of educational settings in an effort to protect children, and to append said resolution to the City of El Paso Code of Conduct.   Not available Not available
21-1357 123. Members of the City CouncilDiscussion and action to approve a Resolution to adopt definitions of bullying and cyberbullying outside of educational settings in an effort to protect children, and to append said resolution to the City of El Paso Code of Conduct.   Not available Not available
21-1357 123. Members of the City CouncilDiscussion and action to approve a Resolution to adopt definitions of bullying and cyberbullying outside of educational settings in an effort to protect children, and to append said resolution to the City of El Paso Code of Conduct.   Not available Not available
21-1257 124. Members of the City CouncilUpdate, discussion, and action on the comprehensive constituent request system development timeline and implementation deadlines. [POSTPONED FROM 10-26-2021]   Not available Not available
21-1315 125. Other BusinessPresentation, discussion and action on the 4th Quarter Financial Report and to authorize the City Manager or his designee to allocate $24,946,829 to the Budget Stabilization Fund of which $7 million will be established in the FY 2022 Budget for the following two items: 1. The use of $3,500,000 for a one-time lump sum payment for full-time and part-time employees 2. The use of $3,500,000 to be allocated to streets, infrastructure, and facility repairs as a result of recent and future storm impacts. The City Manager, or designee, will be authorized to effectuate any budget transfers and execute any contracts and/or related documents necessary to ensure that the funds are properly expended for such purpose.   Not available Not available
21-1349 126. OrdinancesAn Ordinance authorizing the City Manager to sign an Offer To Sell, a Deed and any other documents necessary to convey 59.022 acres of land more or less, being described as Tract 1A, Section 16, Block 80, Township 1, Texas and Pacific Railway Company Surveys, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas to the United States of America, Department of the Army.   Not available Not available
21-1310 127. OrdinancesAn Ordinance amending Title 5 (Business Licenses and Permit Regulations) to create Chapter 5.18 (Convenience Store Regulation) and Subsections thereunder in the El Paso City Code relating to the registration of and safety and prevention requirements for convenience stores within City of El Paso; the penalty as provided in Section 5.18.080 of the El Paso City Code.   Not available Not available
21-1329 128. OrdinancesAn Ordinance amending Title 12 (Vehicles and Traffic), Chapter 12.04 (General provisions and definitions), Section 12.04.040 (Bicycle) of the City Code, to amend, in its entirety, the definition of “Bicycle”.   Not available Not available
21-1314 129. OrdinancesAn Ordinance vacating a portion of City Right-of-Way over a portion of San Jose Street, Highland Park Addition Amended Map, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas. Subject Property: East of Cotton St. and North of Murchison Dr. Applicant: Scenic View Townhomes LLC, Patricia Mendoza and City of El Paso, SURW20-00004   Not available Not available
21-1317 130. OrdinancesAn Ordinance renewing and extending the Special Privilege License granted to Western Refining Company LLC (F/K/A Western Refining Company L.P) by Ordinance No. 16272 to encroach onto portions of City Rights-of-Way within Trowbridge Drive, Marathon Street and North Loop Drive; and an Ordinance granting a Special Privilege to Western Refining Company LLC to permit the construction and installation, maintenance and operation of various multi-product pipelines and utility lines along portions of City Right-of-Way at Trowbridge Drive, Marathon Street and to allow the construction and encroachment of an overhead bridge across a portion of public right-of-way along Trowbridge Drive for a term of fifteen years with one (1) renewable fifteen year term. Subject Property: 6500 Trowbridge Applicant: Western Refining Company LLC, NESV2020-00003   Not available Not available
21-1328 131. OrdinancesAn Ordinance amending Title 12 (Vehicles and Traffic), Chapter 12.88 (Schedules) Section 12.88.030 (Schedule III - Parking prohibited at all times on certain streets) of the City Code to prohibit parking on portions of Piedras Street; the penalty being provided in Chapter 12.84 of the City Code.   Not available Not available
21-1334 132. OrdinancesAn Ordinance changing the zoning for the property described as Parcel 1: a portion of Tracts 5 and 6, N/K/A Tracts 5A5 and 6, Section 15, Block 80, Township 1, Texas and Pacific Railroad Company Surveys, 12100 Dyer Street, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from R-F (Ranch-Farm) to R-5 (Residential) and Parcel 2: a portion of Section 15, N/K/A Tract 7A, Section 15, Block 80, Township 1, Texas and Pacific Railroad Company Surveys, 12100 Dyer Street, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from M-1 (Light Manufacturing) to C-4 (Commercial). The penalty is as provided for 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: 12100 Dyer St. Applicant: Joseph J. and George J. Ayoub, PZRZ21-00016   Not available Not available
21-1319 133. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 1.4 - Grow the core business of air transportation Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation 2022-0080 Reconstruction of Taxiways J & K2 (Re-Bid) to Jordan Foster Construction, LLC for an estimated award of $5,617,975.00. The project consists of pavement improvements that will bring the taxiway geometry at the north cargo buildings into compliance with current FAA design standards. Taxiway K2 will be reconstructed and a new Taxiway J9 will be constructed to replace aging pavement and conform with current FAA requirements. Department: Aviation Award to: Jordan Foster Construction, LLC El Paso, TX Item(s): Base Bid Initial Term: 220 Consecutive Calendar Days Base Bid: $5,617,975.00 Total Estimated Award: $5,617,975.00 Funding Source: Federal Aviation Administration and Airport Enterprise Account: 562-3010-62330-580170-G62A204003 562-3080-62330-580170-G62A204003 District(s): All This is a Low Bid procurement, unit price contract. The Purchasing & Strategic Sourcing and Aviation Depart   Not available Not available
21-1330 134. Other BusinessDiscussion and action on a Resolution that the City Manager or Designee be authorized to reprogram the projects identified in Exhibit A of the Resolution as Reprogrammed Zoo Projects and reallocate funding in the amount of ONE MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND AND 00/DOLLARS ($1,500,000) to the budget of the Penguins Exhibit and South American Exhibit Restrooms.   Not available Not available
21-1325 135. Other Bids, Contracts, ProcurementsThe linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection 4.1 - Deliver bond projects impacting quality of life across the city in a timely, efficient manner. Award Summary: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation 2021-1422 Penguin Exhibit & SAP Restrooms (Re-Bid) to AZTEC CONTRACTORS, INC. for an estimated award of $5,249,393.00. The Penguin exhibit will house Madagascar South America Penguins. The exhibit will include a fresh water exhibit pool, nests for penguin breeding, a quarantine and nursery pool, office space, beach area for the penguins, personal encounter space for guests and penguins, and stadium seating for guest shows. The SAP (South American Pavilion) Restrooms are new restrooms that will provide men and women restrooms, family restroom, and a nursing area room in the Americas section. Department: Capital Improvement Award to: AZTEC CONTRACTORS, INC. El Paso, TX Item(s): All Initial Term: 450 Consecutive Calendar Days Base Bid I: $4,630,393.00 Additive Alternate I: $ 5,000.00 Additive Alternate II   Not available Not available
21-1321 136. 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 2021-0989 Playa Drain Trail Phase II to TAO INDUSTRIES INC., dba HAWK Construction for an estimated award of $435,247.43. This project consists of construction of a new pedestrian trail, including trail amenities, providing ADA accessibility, and landscape and irrigation improvements. Department: Capital Improvement Award to: TAO INDUSTRIES INC., dba HAWK Construction El Paso, TX Item(s): Base Bid Initial Term: 145 Standard Work Weeks Base Bid I: $435,247.43 Total Estimated Award: $435,247.43 Funding Source: Federal Highway Administration, 2011 Certificates of Obligation, and 2018 Certificates of Obligation Account: 190-4950-38170-580270-PCP21TRAN01 Account: 190-4530-28330-580270-PCP21TRAN01 Account: 190-4   Not available Not available
21-1284 137. OrdinancesAn Ordinance amending Title 12 (Vehicles and traffic), Chapter 12.08 (Administration and Enforcement), Section 12.08.220 (Impounding Vehicles) of the City Code, in its entirety, to allow an employee designated by the City to request the removal and storage of illegally parked and abandoned vehicles.   Not available Not available
21-1105 138. OrdinancesAn Ordinance changing the zoning of the following real property known as: Parcel 1: Tract 1, Section 4, Block 80, Texas and Pacific Railway Company Surveys, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, from R-F (Ranch and Farm) to M-2 (Heavy Manufacturing); and Parcel 2: Tract 3, Section 3, Block 80, Texas and Pacific Railway Company Surveys, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, from R-F (Ranch and Farm) to M-2 (Heavy Manufacturing), and imposing 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 Future Land Use designation for the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Subject Property: 7000 Stan Roberts Applicant: City of El Paso, PZRZ21-00020 [POSTPONED FROM 10-26-2021 AND 11-23-2021]   Not available Not available
21-1223 139. OrdinancesAn Ordinance changing the zoning of all of Lots 1 through 20, Block 266, Campbell Addition, and the vacated 20.00’ alley, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from C-1/c/sp (Commercial/conditions/special permit), A-2 (Apartments), and C-4/sp (Commercial/special permit) to G-MU/c/sp (General Mixed Use/conditions/special permit) and approving a Master Zoning Plan. The penalty is as provided for 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: 405 Montana Ave. Applicant: SLI Engineering c/o Georges Halloul, PZRZ21-00001   Not available Not available
21-1224 140. OrdinancesAn Ordinance granting Special Permit No. PZST21-00001, to allow for a 50% reduction in parking on the property described as all of Lots 1 through 20, Block 266, Campbell Addition, and the Vacated 20.00’ Alley, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, pursuant to Section 20.14.070.B 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 and 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: 405 Montana Ave. Applicant: SLI Engineering, c/o Georges Halloul, PZST21-00001   Not available Not available
21-1333 141. Other BusinessDiscussion and action that the Mayor and City Council be authorized to sign a Letter of Commitment and Support between the City of El Paso, Texas, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation, and the National League of Cities, a Washington D.C. nonprofit organization, to participate in the 2021-2022 City Innovation Ecosystems Program.   Not available Not available
21-1331 142. Other BusinessDiscussion and action that the City Manager be authorized to sign a two year On-Call Agreement for Professional Services to perform surveying services on a task basis by and between the City of El Paso and each of the following four (4) consultants: 1. Brock & Bustillos, Inc. 2. Cobb, Fendley & Associates, Inc. 3. Frank X. Spencer & Associates, Inc. 4. GRV Integrated Engineering Solutions, LLC Each On Call Agreement will be for an amount not to exceed Three Hundred Thousand and No/00 Dollars ($300,000.00), and each agreement will include authorization for the City Engineer to approve additional Basic Services and Reimbursables for an amount not to exceed Fifty Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($50,000.00) and authorization for the City Engineer to approve Additional Services for an amount not to exceed Fifty Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($50,000.00) if the identified services are necessary for proper execution of identified project and if the increased amounts are within the appropriate budget identified for a project. In addition, the City Manager is authorized to establish   Not available Not available
21-1327 143. Other BusinessDiscussion and action on a Resolution to approve a 13th amendment to the City’s 2019-2020 (45th Year) Annual Action Plan for the Community Development Block Grant-Coronavirus Phase 3 (CDBG-CVIII) to: a. Add $1,530,181 in CDBG-CVIII funds to supplement the Inspira Hotel Emergency Shelter Project, operated by Endeavors.   Not available Not available
21-1353 121. Members of the City CouncilDiscussion and action to direct the City Manager to have City staff review the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) on speed cushion requirements such as; the Tier 1 process which consists of the study, implementation and monitoring for residential and collector streets; and to have City staff review and/or update the process to allow for a less stringent manner in which neighborhoods may qualify for street cushions by modifying Section 3, Subsection D of eligibility criteria from 15% to 10% of vehicles meeting or exceeding 5 miles per hour over the posted speed limit; and to allow constituents whom are affected by vehicular accidents to their properties be able to request street cushions without the need of going through this process by providing proper documentation of such.   Not available Not available