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City of Lubbock, Texas
Regular City Council Meeting
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Daniel M. Pope, Mayor
Jeff Griffith, Mayor Pro Tem, District 3
Juan A. Chadis, Councilman, District 1
Shelia Patterson Harris, Councilwoman, District 2
Steve Massengale, Councilman, District 4
Randy Christian, Councilman, District 5
Latrelle Joy, Councilwoman, District 6
     W. Jarrett Atkinson, City Manager
Chad Weaver, City Attorney
Rebecca Garza, City Secretary
http://www.mylubbock.us

City Council Chambers, Citizens Tower, 1314 Avenue K, Lubbock, Texas

City of Lubbock City Council Meetings are available to all persons regardless of disability. If you require special assistance, please contact the City Secretary's Office at 775-2061 or write to Post Office Box 2000, Lubbock, Texas 79457 at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting.

Note: On occasion the City Council may consider agenda items out of order.

Pursuant to the Executive Orders of Governor Abbott, and other authority provided by the Texas Attorney General, the City Council will convene in-person and via video and/or teleconference.

 
1:30 p.m. - City Council convenes in City Council Chambers in Work Session regarding items for presentation and discussion on such issues that may require in-depth consideration by the City Council.  No action will be taken by the City Council in Work Session.
 
             
1.   Citizen Comments - According to Lubbock City Council Rules, any citizen wishing to appear before the meeting of the City Council, regarding Item 2.2, on the Work Session Agenda, shall complete the sign-up form provided at the meeting, no later than 1:30 p.m.
 
2.   Hear and discuss presentations regarding the following and provide guidance to staff as appropriate.
 
2. 1.   Frenship Independent School District Presentation on Bond Proposal
 
2. 2.   Presentation: Update and Recommendations from the Capital Improvements Advisory Committee (CIAC)
 
2. 3.   Staff Recognition: Lubbock Power & Light Line Crew - Hurricane Laura
 
At the completion of the Work Session, City Council recesses into Executive Session.
 
3.   Executive Session
 
3. 1.   Hold an executive session in accordance with Texas Government Code, Section 551.071, with legal counsel for advice about pending or contemplated litigation or settlement agreement and on matters in which the duty of the attorney under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct conflicts with Chapter 551.
 
3. 1. 1.  
2020 IRONMAN 70.3 Lubbock Triathlon
 
3. 1. 2.  
5,562 acres, more or less, plus improvements in Lubbock County, Texas, commonly known as Lubbock Land Application Site
 
3. 1. 3.  
Chapter 395, Texas Local Government Code
 
3. 2.   Hold an executive session in accordance with the Texas Government Code, Section 551.072, to deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property.
 
3. 2. 1.  
5,562 acres, more or less, plus improvements in Lubbock County, Texas, commonly known as Lubbock Land Application Site
 
3. 2. 2.  
Health Department
 
3. 3.   Hold an executive session in accordance with Texas Government Code, Section 551.074, to discuss personnel matters, regarding the duties, responsibilities, and/or appointments to the Building Board of Appeals, Electric Utility Board, Planning and Zoning Commission, and the Zoning Board of Adjustment.
 
Adjourn from Executive Session
 
4:30 p.m. - City Council reconvenes in Open Session in City Council Chambers.
 
4.   Ceremonial Items
 
4. 1.   Invocation
 
4. 2.   Pledges of Allegiance
 
4. 3.   Board Recognitions:

Bell Farms Public Improvement District (PID) Advisory Board
Darby Brown
Mitch James
Matt Lemaire
 
Call to Order
 
5.   Citizen Comments - According to Lubbock City Council Rules, any citizen wishing to appear before a regular meeting of the City Council, regarding any matter posted on the City Council Agenda below,  shall complete the sign-up form provided at the meeting, no later than 5:00 p.m.
 
6.   Minutes
 
6. 1.   August 25, 2020 Regular City Council Meeting
 
7.   Consent Agenda - Items considered to be routine are enacted by one motion without separate discussion. If the City Council desires to discuss an item, the item is removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately.
 
7. 1.   Budget Ordinance Amendment 2nd Reading - Finance: Consider Budget Ordinance No. 2020-O0125, Amendment 33, amending the FY 2019-20 Budget for municipal purposes respecting the Lake Alan Henry Fund and Grant Fund to accept and appropriate funding from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) for the Section 5339 and Section 5304 Grants; providing for filing; and providing for a savings clause.
 
7. 1. 1.   Resolution - Public Transit Services: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor, or his designee, to execute a FY 2017 and 2018 Federal Transit Administration Section 5339(a) Grant (Project ID TX-2020-160-00), to be used for the purchase of eight Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) paratransit replacement buses for Citibus.
 
7. 1. 2.   Resolution - Public Transit Services: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor or his designee, to execute a FY 2021 Section 5304 Planning Grant, TxDOT PLN 2102 (05) 112_19, Project ID 51008020521, with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), for a feasibility study for Citibus.
 
7. 2.   Budget Ordinance Amendment 1st Reading - Finance: Consider Budget Ordinance Amendment 1, amending the FY 2020-21 Budget for municipal purposes respecting the Grant Fund to accept and appropriate funding from the U.S. Department of Justice; providing for filing; and providing for a savings clause.
 
7. 2. 1.   Resolution - Police: Consider a resolution authorizing the Chief of Police to execute an agreement accepting the FY2020 Office of Community Oriented Policing Services Law Enforcement Mental Health and Wellness Act Program Grant, from the Department of Justice, for mental health and wellness services for law enforcement.
 
7. 3.   Ordinance 1st Reading - Right-of-Way: Consider an ordinance abandoning and closing a portion of a water and sewer line easement located in Block 1, Lubbock Christian College Addition, Lubbock County, Texas, 5501 22nd Street.
 
7. 4.   Resolution - Engineering: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute an Advanced Funding Agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to widen the 114th Street corridor from Quaker Avenue to Indiana Avenue in Lubbock, Texas.
 
7. 5.   Resolution - Engineering: Consider a resolution approving the inclusion of medians and islands in the Lubbock Business Park, in accordance with the City of Lubbock Code of Ordinances, Section 38.05.001(17).
 
7. 6.   Resolution - Water Utilities: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute the Second Amendment to the Raw Water Lease between the City of Lubbock and the Lake Alan Henry Water District.
 
7. 7.   Resolution - Business Development: Consider a resolution authorizing the City Council to approve an East-Side Grant Program (Facade) expenditure of Market Lubbock, Inc., to be provided to the East Lubbock Art House, pursuant to Article IV, Section 5, of the Amended and Restated Bylaws of Market Lubbock Economic Development Corporation.
 
7. 8.   Resolution - Business Development: Consider a resolution authorizing the City Council to approve a Downtown Grant Program (Facade) expenditure of Market Lubbock, Inc., to be provided to Teinert Construction, Inc., pursuant to Article IV, Section 5 of the Amended and Restated Bylaws of Market Lubbock Development Corporation.
 
7. 9.   Resolution - Business Development: Consider a resolution authorizing the City Council to approve a Downtown Grant Program (Permittable) expenditure of Market Lubbock, Inc., to be provided to Teinert Construction, Inc., pursuant to Article IV, Section 5 of the Amended and Restated Bylaws of Market Lubbock Development Corporation.
 
7. 10.   Resolution - Business Development: Consider a resolution authorizing the City Council to approve a Downtown Grant Program (Facade) expenditure of Market Lubbock, Inc., to be provided to Infection Controls, Inc. DBA Germblast, pursuant to Article IV, Section 5 of the Amended and Restated Bylaws of Market Lubbock Development Corporation.
 
7. 11.   Resolution - Business Development: Consider a resolution authorizing the City Council to approve a Downtown Grant Program (Facade) expenditure of Market Lubbock, Inc., to be provided to Stonesoup Properties, pursuant to Article IV, Section 5 of the Amended and Restated Bylaws of Market Lubbock Development Corporation.
 
7. 12.   Resolution - Business Development: Consider a resolution authorizing the City Council to approve a Downtown Grant Program (Facade) expenditure of Market Lubbock, Inc., to be provided to West Family Hospitality Group, LLC, pursuant to Article IV, Section 5 of the Amended and Restated Bylaws of Market Lubbock Development Corporation.
 
7. 13.   Resolution - Business Development: Consider a resolution authorizing the City Council to approve a Downtown Grant Program (Permittable) expenditure of Market Lubbock, Inc., to be provided to West Family Hospitality Group, LLC, pursuant to Article IV, Section 5 of the Amended and Restated Bylaws of Market Lubbock Development Corporation.
 
7. 14.   Resolution - Business Development: Consider a resolution authorizing the City Council to approve a Downtown Grant Program (Permittable) expenditure of Market Lubbock, Inc., to be provided to 806 Development LC, pursuant to Article IV, Section 5 of the Amended and Restated Bylaws of Market Lubbock Development Corporation.
 
7. 15.   Resolution - Health Benefits: Consider a resolution authorizing the City Manager to purchase individual stop loss (ISL) insurance coverage from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas (BCBSTX), for the City's health benefits program, in an amount not to exceed $13.93 per member, per month (pmpm).
 
7. 16.   Resolution - Health Benefits: Consider a resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute changes to the Master Welfare Benefit Plan and Benefit Plan Document, regarding the waiting period for benefit eligibility, available condition-coaching services for diabetes management, and certain bariatric-related benefits.
 
7. 17.   Resolution - Community Development: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment 1 to the Community Development HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) Funding Agreement, Contract 14788 and all related documents, between the City of Lubbock and the Community Housing Resource Board (CHRB), for acquisition and rehabilitation of existing houses to provide affordable rental housing.
 
7. 18.   Resolution - Community Development: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment 1 to the Community Development HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) Funding Agreement, Contract 14787 and all related documents, between the City of Lubbock and the City of Lubbock Housing Initiative (CLHI), for acquisition and rehabilitation of existing public housing to be converted to Section 8 affordable rentals.
 
7. 19.   Resolution - Public Transit Services: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a Consultant Contract for Transit Services between the City of Lubbock and the Lubbock Metropolitan Planning Organization (LMPO), to provide transit services related to LMPO's Unified Planning Work Program for FY 2020-21.
 
7. 20.   Resolution - Parks and Recreation: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a Senior Center Operations Contract and all related documents, with the South Plains Association of Governments (SPAG), for funds passed through the Texas Health and Human Services (HHS), to pay for operation of senior citizen program sites.
 
7. 21.   Resolution - Parks and Recreation: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute an e-grant agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation for the Texas Traffic Safety Program “Providing Education Today for a Safer Tomorrow” Grant for bicycle, car, pedestrian and other safety related programs at Safety City.
 
7. 22.   Resolution - Parks and Recreation: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a License Agreement between the City of Lubbock, through its Parks and Recreation Department, and Nancy Lieberman Charities, for the right to place a Dream Court in Duran Park located at 26th Street and Kewanee Avenue.
 
7. 23.   Resolution - Information Technology: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute Purchase Order 330011398, with Dell Marketing LP, for the renewal of the Palo Alto Threat Prevention Subscription.
 
7. 24.   Resolution - Information Technology: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute Purchase Order 33001402, with SHI Government Solutions, for the renewal of the Retain Server and GWAVA Licenses and Business Support.
 
7. 25.   Resolution - Information Technology: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute Purchase Order 33001397, with Microsoft Corporation, for the Enterprise Support Services Agreement to maintain Microsoft products and applications.
 
7. 26.   Resolution - Fleet Services: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute Service Agreement 15323, with Seay Collision, Inc., dba Maaco Collision Repair & Auto Painting, for body shop repair for light and medium size vehicles.
 
7. 27.   Resolution - Fleet Services: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute Purchase Order Contract 31054563, with Lubbock Truck Sales Inc., for the purchase of a Tandem Axle Truck Chassis with Roll off Container, for the Solid Waste Department.
 
7. 28.   Resolution - Facilities Management: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 15261, with Teinert Construction, for General Contractor services for the construction of a Municipal Parking Garage.
 
7. 29.   Resolution - Police: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute FY 2021 Task Force and Asset Forfeiture Sharing agreements, with the United States Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration, for participation in the Lubbock High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Force.
 
7. 30.   Resolution - Police: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute FY 2021 Task Force and Asset Forfeiture Sharing agreements, with the United States Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), for participation in the DEA SURGE Program.
 
7. 31.   Resolution - Police: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute FY 2021 Task Force and Asset Forfeiture Sharing agreements, with the United States Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration, for participation in the 2021-Task Force Group (Lubbock) Program.
 
8.   Regular Agenda
 
8. 1.   Public Hearing - Planning: Consider a request for Zone Case 0777-A, a request of Hugo Reed and Associates, Inc. for Prudential Enterprises, LLC, for a zone change to Two-Family District (R-2) from Heavy Manufacturing District (M-2) at 4105 East 61st Street, located north of East 61st Street and west of Peach Avenue, Yellow House Canyon Addition, Lot 289, and consider an ordinance.
 
8. 2.   Public Hearing - Planning: Consider a request for Zone Case 1259-A, a request of Delta Land Surveying for Keosha Jenkins, for a zone change to Two-Family Residential District (R-2), from Commercial District (C-4), at 1904, 1910, and 1912 Idalou Road, located on the south side of Idalou Road between Teak Avenue and Spruce Avenue, Morrow Resub Addition, Block 32, Lots 15, 16, and 19, and consider an ordinance.
 
8. 3.   Public Hearing - Planning: Consider a request for Zone Case 3054-D, a request of Hugo Reed and Associates, Inc. for James Morgan, Ltd, for a zone change to Light Manufacturing District (M-1), from Interstate Highway Commercial District (IHC), at 12301 and 12305 Indiana Avenue, located on the east side of Indiana Avenue south of 122nd Street, Huntington Business Park Addition, the east 150 feet of Lot 6, and the east 150 feet of Lot 7, and consider an ordinance.
 
8. 4.   Public Hearing - Planning: Consider a request for Zone Case 3298-B, a request of Hugo Reed and Associates, Inc. for Ford Development, for a zone change to Two Family District (R-2) from Single Family Specific Use District (R-1 SU) at 13914 Indiana Avenue, located north of 146th Street and east of Memphis Avenue on 1.1 acres of unplatted land out of Block AK Section 4, and consider an ordinance.
 
8. 5.   Public Hearing - Planning: Consider a request for Zone Case 3308-B, a request of AMD Engineering, LLC for Wooded Forest, LLC, for a zone change to Single Family District (R-1) and Two Family District (R-2) from Single Family Specific Use District (R-1 SU), Two Family Specific Use District (R-2 SU) and Industrial Park District, located north of 26th Street and east of Upland Avenue, on 23.48 acres of unplatted land out of Block AK, Section 43, and consider an ordinance.
 
8. 6.   Public Hearing - Planning: Consider a request for Zone Case 3418, a request of AMD Engineering, LLC for Lincoln Frankford Group, LLC, for a zone change to Two-Family District (R-2) from Single-Family District (R-1), generally located south of Lehigh Street and west of Chicago Avenue, on 19.84 acres of unplatted land out of Block JS, Section 6, and consider an ordinance.
 
8. 7.   Resolution - Finance: Consider a resolution expressing intent to finance expenditures to be incurred for various capital projects and equipment approved by the City Council in the FY 2020-21 Budget and Capital Program, and to reimburse the City from the proceeds of obligations that will be issued after the expenditure of funds to pay costs of such projects and equipment.
 
8. 8.   Resolution - Finance: Consider a resolution authorizing publication and posting of notices of intention to issue City of Lubbock, Texas Water and Wastewater System Revenue Bonds and Combination Tax and Revenue Certificates of Obligation.
 
8. 9.   Resolution - Finance: Consider a resolution authorizing publication of notice of intention to issue City of Lubbock, Texas Water and Wastewater System Revenue Bonds.
 
8. 10.   Ordinance 1st Reading - City Secretary: Consider an ordinance amending Chapter 8, Article 8.04 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Lubbock, Texas with regard to coin-operated machines; providing a penalty; providing a savings clause; and providing for publication.
 
8. 11.   Resolution - City Manager: Consider an resolution to cast votes for Places 1-4 of the Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool (TMLIRP) Board of Trustees.
 

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