Meeting
City of San Antonio

AGENDA
City Council A Session

City Hall Complex
San Antonio, Texas 78205

Thursday, October 14, 2021 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 beginning at 9:00 AM. Once convened, the City Council will take up the following items 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 in the B Room for consultation with the City Attorney's Office concerning attorney-client matters under Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code.

DISABILITY ACCESS STATEMENT
This meeting site is wheelchair accessible. The Accessible Entrance is located at the Municipal Plaza Building / Main Plaza Entrance. Auxiliary Aids and Services, including Deaf interpreters, must be requested forty-eight [48] hours prior to the meeting. For assistance, call (210) 207-2098 or 711 Texas Relay Service for the Deaf. You may also request services online at https://www.sanantonio.gov/gpa/Language-Services
 

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For additional information on any item on this agenda, please visit www.sanantonio.gov or call (210) 207-7080.
PROCEDURAL
 
1.
Invocation
2.
Pledge of Allegiance
3.
Approval of minutes from City Council Meetings of September 7, 2021, September 8, 2021, September 14, 2021, and September 30, 2021.
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS MAY BE CONSIDERED AT ANY TIME DURING THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING:
CONSENT AGENDA
 
Purchase of Services, Supplies and Equipment
 
4.
Ordinance approving a contract with DeWinne Equipment Company to provide the Convention and Sports Facilities, City Center Development and Operations, Parks and Recreation and Public Works Departments with 23 replacement utility terrain vehicles for a total cost of $393,804.16. Funding is available from the FY 2022 Equipment Renewal and Replacement Fund. [Ben Gorzell Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]
 
One or more files are marked confidential or are not available at this time.
5.
Ordinance approving contracts with Certified Small Engine Repair, LLC, DeWinne Equipment Company, Inc., Tellus Equipment Solutions, LLC, Watts Equipment, Inc., dba Mustang Equipment, and Vermeer Texas to provide replacement landscaping equipment for the Parks and Recreation, Public Works, Convention and Sports Facilities and Solid Waste Management Departments through December 30, 2021, for a total estimated cost of $808,407.75. Funding is available from the FY 2022 Equipment Renewal and Replacement Fund. [Ben Gorzell Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]
 
6.
Ordinance approving contracts with Associated Supply Company, Inc., dba ASCO Equipment Co., H&E Equipment Services, Inc., Holt Texas LTD, dba Holt Cat, and Texas State Rental to provide the Public Works, Solid Waste Management, Parks and Recreation, and Building and Equipment Services departments with 36 off road equipment units for an estimated total amount of $3,017,258.51. Funding in the amount of $145,199.70 is available from the FY 2022 Fleet Services Fund Budget and $2,872,058.81 is available from the FY 2022 Equipment Renewal & Replacement Fund Budget. [Ben Gorzell Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]
 
7.
Ordinance approving the purchase of two pre-manufactured restrooms from Restroom Facilities Ltd., for Walker Ranch Park and Blossom Park in the amount of $280,422.00. Funds are available from previously authorized 2019 Certificates of Obligation and are included in the FY 2021 - FY 2026 Capital Improvement Program. [Ben Gorzell Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]
 
8.
Ordinance approving the following contracts establishing unit prices for goods and services for an estimated annual cost of $144,000.00, included in the respective department's FY 2022 Adopted Budget: (A) Orafol Americas, Inc., and American Traffic Safety Materials, Inc., for transparent non-reflective film; and (B) Trident Computer Corporation for printable baggage tags and boarding passes for the San Antonio International Airport. [Ben Gorzell Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]
 
Capital Improvements
 
9.
Ordinance approving a change order to a construction contract with SpawGlass Civil Construction, Inc. for the Airfield Improvements Package 7 project at the San Antonio International Airport to authorize the five additive alternates in the amount of $8,088,039.66, to a new contract value of $18,979,671.67. The Federal Aviation Administration requested the City defer this work to FY 2021. Funding for the change order is budgeted and available from the FY 2022-FY 2027 Capital Improvement Budget. [Jeff Coyle, Assistant City Manager; Jesus Saenz, Director, Aviation]
 
10.
Ordinance awarding 2022 Street Rehabilitation Task Order Package 1 to Clark Construction of Texas, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $4,247,655.00 with reimbursement from San Antonio Water System and CPS Energy in an amount consistent with necessary adjustments to their existing infrastructure. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
 
One or more files are marked confidential or are not available at this time.
11.
Ordinance awarding 2022 Street Rehabilitation Task Order Package 2 to H.L. Zumwalt Construction, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $4,160,887.50 with reimbursement from San Antonio Water System and CPS Energy in an amount consistent with necessary adjustments to their existing infrastructure. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
 
One or more files are marked confidential or are not available at this time.
12.
Ordinance awarding 2022 Street Rehabilitation Task Order Package 3 to J&P Paving Co., Inc. in an amount not to exceed $4,485,065.50 with reimbursement from San Antonio Water System and CPS Energy in an amount consistent with necessary adjustments to their existing infrastructure. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
 
One or more files are marked confidential or are not available at this time.
13.
Ordinance awarding the 2022 Street Rehabilitation Task Order Contract (TOC) Package 4 - Flatwork to Pinnacle Concrete Construction, LLC in an amount not to exceed $927,573.00 with reimbursement from San Antonio Water System and CPS Energy in an amount consistent with necessary adjustments to their existing infrastructure. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
 
One or more files are marked confidential or are not available at this time.
14.
Ordinance awarding 2022 Street Rehabilitation Task Order Contract (TOC) Package 5 - Flatwork to Pinnacle Concrete Construction, LLC in an amount not to exceed $922,243.00 with reimbursement from San Antonio Water System and CPS Energy in an amount consistent with necessary adjustments to their existing infrastructure. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
 
One or more files are marked confidential or are not available at this time.
15.
Ordinance awarding a construction contract to Longhorn Tejas Property Builders, LLC in the amount of $831,235.00 for the 2017 Bond Perrin Homestead Historic Center project. Funds are available from the 2017 - 2022 General Obligation Bond Program and 2015 Parks Development and Expansion Venue Fund and are included in the FY 2022 - FY 2027 Capital Improvement Program. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
 
16.
Ordinance approving a task order to a Job Order Contract with Lee Construction and Maintenance Company in the amount of $1,478,177.55 for the Central Library Exterior Painting Project. Funding is available from the General Fund and is included in the FY 2022 – FY 2027 Capital Improvement Program. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
 
17.
Ordinance approving a City requested change order in the increased amount of $204,945.88 and authorizing payment to Crownhill Builders, Inc. to install three water pollution abatement ponds related to the Classen-Steubing Ranch Park Property Acquisition and Development project, a 2017 Bond funded project. Funds are available from the 2017 - 2022 General Obligation Bond Program and are included in the FY 2022 - FY 2027 Capital Improvement Program. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
 
Grant Applications and Awards
 
18.
Ordinance approving $100,000.00 from the Stinson Revolving Fund for improvements at the Stinson Municipal Airport as part of the Routine Airport Maintenance Program, with a Texas Department of Transportation Grant reimbursing the City up to $50,000.00. [Jeff Coyle, Assistant City Manager; Jesus Saenz, Director, Aviation]
 
One or more files are marked confidential or are not available at this time.
19.
Ordinance acccepting grant funds not to exceed $815,785.00 from the Motor Vehicle Crime Prevention Authority for the grant year of September 1, 2021 to August 31, 2022 and establishing a project budget of $3,834,313.00. [María Villagómez, Deputy City Manager; William McManus, Chief, Police]
 
Boards, Commissions and Committee Appointments
 
20.
Appointing J. Maurice Gibbs to the Historic and Design Review Commission for the remainder of an unexpired term of office to expire May 31, 2023. [Debbie Racca-Sittre, Interim City Clerk]
 
21.
Ordinance reappointing Brian Hughes (District 7) to the Capital Improvements Advisory Committee for the remainder of an unexpired term of office to expire May 31, 2023 and waiving the City Code residency requirements for the reappointment [Debbie Racca-Sittre, Interim City Clerk]
 
22.
Approving the appointment of the following  members of the community to the Citizen Advisory Action Board for a two-year term to expire on October 14, 2023.  The Citizen Advisory Action Board (CAAB) is also commonly referred to as the Complaint and Administrative Review Board (CARB) [Debbie Racca-Sittre, Interim City Clerk]
A)  Raquel Zapata  
B)  Juan Carlos Merlo 
C)  Ronnell Bright
D)  Lyn Wincott 
E)  Sydney Knowles

 
23.
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, Interim City Clerk]
A) Reappointing Susana Segura (District 4) to the Affirmative Action Advisory Committee
B) Reappointing Roland Gonzalez (District 8) to the Brooks Development Authority
C) Reappointing Richard Delgado (Mayoral) and appointing Humberto Quintanilla (District 9) to the City Commission on Veterans Affairs
D) Reappointing Susana Segura (District 4) to the San Antonio Arts Commission
E) Appointing Michael Frere (District 10), Liliana Orozco (District 7), and Niekos Robbins (District 10) to the San Antonio Youth Commission

 
Miscellaneous
 
24.
Ordinance amending the professional services agreement with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. for construction administration, inspection services, administrative services and additional engineering, construction administration and inspection services for the Airfield Improvements Package 6 and Airfield Improvements Package 7 projects at the San Antonio International Airport in the amount of $963,918.11 to a new contract value of $21,216,244.16. Funding for the change order is budgeted and available from the FY 2022-FY2027 Capital Improvement Budget. [Jeff Coyle, Assistant City Manager; Jesus Saenz, Director, Aviation]
 
25.
Approval of the following item relating to financial matters of the City Public Service Board: An Ordinance authorizing the issuance of obligations designated as City of San Antonio, Texas Electric and Gas Systems Revenue Refunding Bonds, in one or more series and in an aggregate amount not to exceed $795,000,000. [Ben Gorzell Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer]
 
26.
Ordinance approving four professional services agreements with Tri-Starr Personnel, LLC, Labor on Demand, Inc., dba LOD Resource Group, Human Capital International, LLC, dba Integrated Human Capital, and Dilligas Corp., dba U.S. Got People, to provide temporary staffing services for a three-year term, with the option to renew for two additional one-year periods, in the estimated total cost of $20 million over the entire term of the contracts inclusive of renewal option periods and funded by department budget appropriations. [Ben Gorzell, Chief Financial Officer; Renee Frieda, Director, Human Resources]
 
27.
Ordinance approving an Advance Funding Agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation for payment to TxDOT in an amount not to exceed $230,601.00 for construction related expenses and $24,234.00 for administrative oversight of federal funds and accepting $2,306,019.00 in Highway Safety Improvements Program infrastructure to include improvements of traffic signals at eight locations and the construction of a new intersection flashing beacon, an FY 2022 Traffic Signal Installation project. Funding is available from the General Fund and is included in the FY 2022 Adopted Budget. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
 
City Manager's Report
 
28.
City Manager’s Report
 
THE CITY COUNCIL WILL RECESS FOR LUNCH AT NOON AND RECONVENE TO CONSIDER ANY UNFINISHED COUNCIL BUSINESS 

ADJOURNMENT


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: 10/08/2021  04:35 PM