Meeting
City of San Antonio

AGENDA
City Council A Session

Municipal Plaza Building
114 W. Commerce Street
San Antonio, Texas 78205

Thursday, December 1, 2022 9:00 AM Municipal Plaza Building

The City Council will hold its regular meeting in the Norma S. Rodriguez Council Chamber in the Municipal Plaza Building located at 114 W. Commerce Street beginning at the above referenced date and time for the following items.  Once convened, the City Council will take up the following items in any order during the meeting but no sooner than the designated times.
 
9:00AM: Call to Order
 
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During the meeting, the City Council may meet in executive session for consultation with the City Attorney's Office concerning attorney-client matters under Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code.
 
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PROCEDURAL
 
1.
Invocation
2.
Pledge of Allegiance
POINT OF PERSONAL PRIVILEGE
 
ITEM
 
4.
Interviewing final candidates to fill the District 10 City Council temporary vacancy and possible action for final selection. [Debbie Racca-Sittre, City Clerk]
 
CONSENT AGENDA
 
Purchase of Services, Supplies and Equipment
 
5.
Ordinance ratifying a contract with Donalson CDJR, LLC, to provide the San Antonio Fire Department with four replacement Emergency Medical Services (EMS) first responder trucks for a total cost of $558,352.96. Funding is from the FY 2023 Equipment Renewal and Replacement Fund budget. [Ben Gorzell Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]
6.
Ordinance ratifying a contract with Donalson CDJR, LLC, to provide nine replacement police pursuit vehicles for a total cost of $394,215.70. Funding is from the FY 2023 Equipment Renewal and Replacement Fund budget. [Ben Gorzell Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]
7.
Ordinance approving contracts with Holt Texas, Ltd., and San Antonio Southwest Trailers, Ltd., for trailers for a total cost of $355,408. Funding in the amount of $93,118 is from the FY 2023 Airport Operating and Maintenance Fund budget, $8,875 from the FY 2023 General Fund budget, $34,950 from the FY 2023 Solid Waste Management Operating and Maintenance Fund budget, $14,985 from the FY 2023 Storm Water Fund Budget, $15,985 from the FY 2023 Parks Environmental Fund budget, $153,860 from the FY 2023 Equipment Renewal and Replacement Fund budget, and $33,635 from the FY 2023 Parks Donation and Contribution Fund budget. [Ben Gorzell Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]
Capital Improvements
 
8.
Ordinance amending three professional service agreements with AECOM Technical Services, Inc., Freese and Nichols, Inc. and RS&H, Inc. for on-call environmental consulting services for the San Antonio Airport System to increase the contract values in the amount of $2 million each for a new contract value of $3 million each and extending the term for an additional one-year period to support the Strategic Development Program for the San Antonio International Airport. Funding is from the FY 2023-FY 2028 Capital Improvement Program and may be funded from various funding sources including Airport Interim Financing, Airport Improvement and Contingency Fund, various Federal Aviation Administration grant programs, Stinson Revolving Fund, Passenger Facility Charge fund, Airport Operating and Maintenance funds or Texas Department of Transportation grant funds. [Jeff Coyle, Assistant City Manager; Jesus Saenz, Director, Aviation]
9.
Ordinance awarding a construction contract to The Sabinal Group, LLC in the amount not to exceed $9,300,000 for the World Heritage project. Funds in the amount of $6,200,000 are from the 2017 General Obligation Bond Program and $3,100,000 from the 2022 General Obligation Bond Program included in the FY 2023 to FY 2028 Capital Improvement Program. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
10.
Ordinance approving a Developer Participation Agreement between Lennar Homes of Texas Land and Construction LTD and the City of San Antonio in an amount not to exceed $454,082 for drainage improvements within the Torian Village subdivision along Slick Ranch Creek in relation to the Castleridge/Slick Ranch Flood Plain Improvements project. Funds are from the Stormwater Regional Facilities Fund included in the FY 2023 – FY 2028 Capital Improvement Program. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
Acquisition, Sale or Lease of Real Property
 
11.
Ordinance amending the River Walk Lease Agreement between the City of San Antonio and Tacoland Studios LLC to allow the continued use of the City's air rights to support a River Walk patio for an additional term of five years, commencing on November 1, 2022, and expiring on October 31, 2027. Rent due under this agreement will be deposited in the Riverwalk Capital Improvement Fund. [Lori Houston, Assistant City Manager; John Jacks, Director, Center City Development and Operations Department]
Grant Applications and Awards
 
12.
Ordinance approving the submission of an application and acceptance of funds upon award of up to $2,157,505 in Community Services Block Grant funds from the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs for the period January 1, 2023 through December 31, 2023; and authorizing a budget and personnel complement. [Lori Houston, Assistant City Manager; Melody Woosley, Director, Human Services]
13.
Ordinance approving the acceptance of a grant in an amount up to $50,000 from the Texas Department of Transportation for the Impaired Driver Mobilization Program for the period of October 1, 2022 through September 30, 2023, with an in-kind match of $12,500. [María Villagómez, Deputy City Manager; William P. McManus, Chief of Police]
Boards, Commissions and Committee Appointments
 
14.
Approving the following Board, Commission, and Committee appointments for the remainder of an unexpired term of office to expire May 31, 2023 or for the terms as shown below [Debbie Racca-Sittre, City Clerk]
A. Appointing Dr. Erlinda Lopez-Rodriguez (District 4) to the Building Standards Board
B. Appointing Elizabeth Escobedo (District 4) to the City of San Antonio Commission on Education
C. Reappointing Andrea Sanchez Muniz (District 4) to the San Antonio Public Library Board of Trustees for an unexpired term of office to expire on September 30, 2024
 
15.
Resolution approving the reappointment of Dr. Willis Mackey to the CPS Energy Board of Trustees to serve as Trustee of the Southeast Quadrant for a second term of office commencing February 1, 2023 and expiring January 31, 2028.
16.
Resolution approving the reappointment of Mayor Ron Nirenberg, Janie Gonzalez, Dr. Willis Mackey, Dr. Francine Romero, John T. Steen, Rudy Garza and Cory Kuchinsky to the Board of Directors for the SA Energy Acquisition Public Facility Corporation (PFC).
17.
Approving the following appointments of Councilmembers to Boards, Commissions and Committees as requested by Mayor Ron Nirenberg for the terms of office concurrent with their respective terms of office unless otherwise indicated. Appointments are effective immediately if eight affirmative votes received, or 10 days after appointment if passed with less than eight affirmative votes [Debbie Racca-Sittre, City Clerk]
A. Appointing Councilmember Adriana Rocha Garcia, Boardmember (Tim Salas, Designated Alternate); Councilmember Mario Bravo, Boardmember (Mario Llano, Designated Alternate); and Councilmember Manny Pelaez, Boardmember (Pat Wallace, Designated Alternate) to the Alamo Area Council of Governments Board of Directors.
B. Appointing Councilmember Teri Castillo, Councilmember Melissa Cabello Havrda, Councilmember Ana Sandoval, and Councilmember John Courage to the Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization.
C. Appointing Councilmember Melissa Cabello Havrda to the Fire and Police Pension Fund
18.
Approving the following Board, Commission, and Committee appointments for the remainder of an unexpired term of office to expire May 31, 2023 [Debbie Racca-Sittre, City Clerk]
A. Appointing Deniff Lara (District 1) to the City of San Antonio Higher Education Student Advisory Board
B. Appointing Gabriela Smith (District 6) to the San Antonio Youth Commission
C. Reappointing Abel Menchaca (District 3) to the Zoning Board of Adjustment
Miscellaneous
 
19.
A public hearing and City Council consideration of an ordinance adopting the City of San Antonio Tax Abatement Guidelines effective from January 1, 2023, through December 31, 2024. [Alejandra Lopez, Assistant City Manager; Brenda Hicks-Sorensen, Director, Economic Development]
20.
Ordinance approving amendments to the City’s Economic Development Incentive Fund (EDIF) Guidelines pursuant to Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code, originally adopted by City Council on December 11, 2014. [Alejandra Lopez, Assistant City Manager; Brenda Hicks-Sorensen, Director, Economic Development]
21.
Public hearing and ordinance approving the Fiscal Year 2023 Service and Assessment Plan, the Fiscal Year 2023 Assessment Roll, approving the levying of a special assessment and maintaining the Assessment Rate for Fiscal Year 2023 at 1.25% of the gross hotel room revenue subject to local hotel tax that is derived from an individual room rental of qualified rooms, for the San Antonio Tourism Public Improvement District. [Alejandra Lopez, Assistant City Manager; Patricia Muzquiz Cantor, Executive Director, Convention & Sports Facilities Department]
22.
Ordinance approving the issuance by the Las Varas Public Facility Corporation of its “Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Viento Apartments) Series 2022” (the “Bonds”) and for purposes of Section 147 (f) of the Internal Revenue Code [Ben Gorzell, Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer].
23.
Ordinance authorizing the issuance of obligations designated as City of San Antonio, Texas Electric and Gas Systems (DBA CPS Energy) Revenue Refunding Bonds, in one or more series and in an aggregate amount not to exceed $800,000,000. [Ben Gorzell Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer]
24.
Ordinance authorizing the extension of one or more note purchase agreements and related documentation under the existing $500,000,000 City of San Antonio, Texas Electric and Gas Systems (DBA CPS Energy) 2021 Inferior Lien Flexible Rate Revolving Note Private Placement Program, Series B, with substitute liquidity related thereto. [Ben Gorzell Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer]
25.
Ordinance authorizing the issuance of obligations from time to time under City of San Antonio, Texas Electric and Gas Systems (DBA CPS Energy) interim commercial paper program, in a principal amount not to exceed $1,000,000,000 (representing an increase in the authorized aggregate principal amount by $300,000,000), and the execution and extension of one or more credit agreements, dealer agreements, and other documentation in connection therewith. [Ben Gorzell Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer]
26.
Ordinance amending agreements with The Center for Health Care Services, Fiesta Youth, Healthy Futures of Texas, San Antonio AIDS Foundation, and San Antonio Nexus Connection to expand HIV prevention services relating to the Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) grant for the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District’s STD/HIV program at no additional cost for terms ending July 31, 2023. [Erik Walsh, City Manager; Claude A. Jacob, Director, Health]
27.
Ordinance approving agreements with AVANCE-San Antonio, Inc., P.E.A.C.E. Initiative, and United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County, to provide the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District with Triple P - Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) participant data at no-cost for terms ending September 30, 2023, with the option to renew for two additional one-year terms, and approving additional similar agreements with other community agencies. [Erik Walsh, City Manager; Claude A. Jacob, Director, Health]
28.
Ordinance accepting changes to the bylaws of the City Commission on Veteran Affairs. [Jeff Coyle, Assistant City Manager; Juan Ayala, Director, Military and Veteran Affairs]
29.
Ordinance approving a two-year agreement with Bexar County Hospital District d/b/a University Health for onsite healthcare services to persons in custody at the city's Arrestee Administrative Processing Center, with the option to renew for an additional two-year term by mutual agreement, for a total amount for the first year not to exceed $842,689.37. [María Villagómez, Deputy City Manager; William P. McManus, Chief of Police]
30.
Ordinance approving a Professional Service Agreement between CENTRO San Antonio and the City of San Antonio to provide additional police patrol within the Downtown Public Improvement District for a total amount up to $76,500 for a six-month period beginning December 1, 2022 through May 31, 2023, with the option to extend for three additional six­ month terms. [María Villagómez, Deputy City Manager; William P. McManus, Chief of Police]
31.
Ordinance approving an Interlocal Cooperation Contract between Texas State University and the San Antonio Police Department for the continued participation in the Tobacco Enforcement Program for a total reimbursement amount up to $112,500. [María Villagómez, Deputy City Manager; William P. McManus, Chief of Police]
Annexation
 
32.
Ordinance extending the City limits by full purpose annexation of two properties, legally described as 246.94 acres out of CB 4300, addressed at 5706 Coleman Way and 13592 Campground Road, generally located south of Fischer Road, between IH 35 S and Somerset Road, which is contiguous to the City limits of San Antonio, in the City of San Antonio’s Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ) and southwest Bexar County, and approving a Service Agreement. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Bridgett White, Director, Planning]
33.
PLAN AMENDMENT CASE PA-2022-11600081 (ETJ – Closest to Council District 4): Ordinance amending the Heritage South Sector Plan, a component of the Comprehensive Master Plan of the City, by changing the future land use classification from “Suburban Tier" to "Neighborhood Mixed-Use" on 246.94 acres out of CB 4300, located at 5706 Coleman Way and 13592 Campground Road. Staff and Planning Commission recommend Approval. (Associated Zoning Case Z-2022-10700215)
34.
ZONING CASE Z-2022-10700215 (ETJ – Closest to Council District 4): Ordinance assigning zoning to property currently located Outside the City Limits by applying “MXD MLOD-2 MLR-2 AHOD” Mixed Use District Lackland AFB Annex Military Lighting Overlay District 2 Military Lighting Region 2 Airport Hazard Overlay District on 246.94 acres out of CB 4300, located at 5706 Coleman Way and 13592 Campground Road. Staff and Zoning Commission recommend Approval. (Associated Plan Amendment PA-2022-11600081)
City Manager's Report
 
Executive Session

At any time during the meeting, the City Council may recess into executive session in the B Room to consult with the City Attorney's Office (Texas Government Code Section 551.071) and deliberate or discuss any of the following:
 
A.
Economic development negotiations pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.087 (economic development).
B.
The purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.072 (real property).
C.
Legal issues related to litigation involving the City pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.071 (consultation with attorney).
D.
Legal issues relating to COVID-19 preparedness pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.071 (consultation with attorney).
E.
Deliberate and evaluate the applicants for the temporary District 10 City Councilmember and discuss legal issues pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074 (personnel matters) and Texas Government Code Section 551.071 (consultation with attorney). 
ADJOURNMENT
THE CITY COUNCIL MAY RECESS FOR LUNCH AND RECONVENE TO CONSIDER ANY UNFINISHED COUNCIL BUSINESS 

6:00 P.M. – If the Council has not yet adjourned, the presiding officer shall entertain a motion to continue the council meeting, postpone the remaining items to the next council meeting date, or recess and reconvene the meeting at a specified time on the following day.

Posted on: 11/23/2022  08:36 AM