Meeting
City of San Antonio

AGENDA
City Council A Session

City Hall Complex
San Antonio, Texas 78205

Thursday, October 21, 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
2:00PM:  Comprehensive Plan Amendments and Zoning
 
Members of the public can comment on items on the agenda. To submit comments or sign up to speak, please go to www.sanantonio.gov/agenda and click on the eComment link for instructions. Questions relating to these rules may be directed to the Office of the City Clerk at (210) 207-7253
 
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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) 207-7268 or 711 Texas Relay Service for the Deaf.
 
Intérpretes en español estarán disponibles durante la junta del consejo de la ciudad para los asistentes que lo requieran. También se proveerán intérpretes para los ciudadanos que deseen exponer su punto de vista al consejo de la ciudad. Para más información, llame al (210) 207-7253

 
 
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 9, 2021 and September 15, 2021.
POINT OF PERSONAL PRIVILEGE
 
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS MAY BE CONSIDERED AT ANY TIME DURING THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING:

ACTION ITEMS FOR STAFF BRIEFING
4.
Ordinance reappointing Carla Obledo as Municipal Court Presiding Judge for the remainder of a two year term expiring April 30, 2023. [Andy Segovia, City Attorney]
 
5.
Resolution approving the appointment of Marilu Reyna to the San Antonio Water System Board of Trustees (Southeast Quadrant) for the remainder of an unexpired term of office ending May 31, 2025 [Debbie Racca-Sittre, Interim City Clerk]
 
6.
Resolution confirming the nomination of Dr. Francine Romero by the CPS Energy Board of Trustees to serve as a Trustee of the Northwest Quadrant on the CPS Energy Board of Trustees for a term commencing upon the completion of Edward B. Kelley’s term, which shall be no later than February 1, 2022 and expiring January 31, 2027. [Debbie Racca-Sittre, Interim City Clerk]
 
7.
Resolution reappointing Mayor Ron Nirenberg, Juanita (Janie) Gonzalez, John T. Steen and Paula Gold-Williams to the SA Energy Acquisition Public Facility Corporation Board of Directors for a term of office commencing on February 1, 2022 and expiring on January 31, 2024 and appointing Dr. Francine Romero for a term commencing upon the end of Edward B. Kelley’s term, which shall be no later than February 1, 2022, and expiring January 31, 2024. [Debbie Racca-Sittre, Interim City Clerk]
 
CONSENT AGENDA
 
Purchase of Services, Supplies and Equipment
 
8.
Ordinance approving a contract with HUB Parking Technology USA, Inc., to provide 27 entry and exit lane stations for the Aviation Department, Parking Division for a total cost of $237,809.79. Funding is available from the FY 2022 Airport Operating and Maintenance Fund budget. [Ben Gorzell Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]
 
9.
Ordinance approving a contract with Digital Display Solutions, Inc., to provide the San Antonio Police Department Fusion Center Tactical Intelligence Operations Center with a replacement Hiperwall (video wall) for a cost of $291,842.61. Funding is available from the 2020 Urban Area Security Initiative Grant Budget. [Ben Gorzell Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]
 
10.
Ordinance approving the following contracts establishing unit prices for goods and services for an estimated annual cost of $1,545,807.96, included in the respective department's FY 2022 Adopted Budget: (A) Aquatic Landscapes & Design for maintenance of the filtration system at the Japanese Tea Garden; (B) Crafco, Inc., for crack sealant for street repairs; (C) RediMix for low strength concrete material; (D) D & A Technology & Development, LLC., for tire rubber modified surface seal for street maintenance; (E) Swank Motion Pictures, Inc., dba Swank Movie Licensing USA, for a site license for the San Antonio Public Library to exhibit movies; (F) Java Connections, LLC, dba Laptops Anytime, for maintenance and support of automated laptop dispensers/kiosks; (G) MK Solutions, Inc., for maintenance and support for a book and audio book dispenser; and (H) Ford Audio-Video Systems, LLC, for a change order to the contract for paging modernization and implementation at the San Antonio Airport. [Ben Gorzell Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]
 
Capital Improvements
 
11.
Ordinance awarding the 2022 Pavement Preservation Package 1 – Base Repair Task Order Contract to Nerie Construction Limited Liability Company in an amount not to exceed $1,723,232.00 with reimbursement from San Antonio Water System for necessary adjustments to their existing infrastructure. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
 
12.
Ordinance awarding the 2022 Pavement Preservation Package 2 - Crack Seal Task Order Contract to Four-B Paving, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $333,422.00. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
 
13.
Ordinance awarding the 2022 Pavement Preservation Package 3 - Crack Seal Task Order Contract to Alamo City Constructors, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $315,000.00. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
 
14.
Ordinance awarding the 2022 Pavement Preservation Package 6 – Base Repair Task Order Contract to J&P Paving Co., Inc. in an amount not to exceed $1,897,870.40 with reimbursement from San Antonio Water System for necessary adjustments to their existing infrastructure. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
 
Acquisition, Sale or Lease of Real Property
 
15.
Ordinance approving the 2nd Renewal, Amendment, and Extension of Lease Agreement with WC Culebra Crossing SA, LP for the District 6 Council Office located at 8373 Culebra Rd, Ste. 202 for a five-year term. [Lori Houston, Assistant City Manager; John Jacks, Director, Center City Development and Operations]
 
Grant Applications and Awards
 
16.
Ordinance approving the application and acceptance of grants in an amount up to $196,000 from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for Regional Solid Waste Pass-Through Grants for Fiscal Years 2022 and 2023 through the Alamo Area Council of Governments to fund a number of strategies supporting a local deconstruction program including a Reuse Innovation Center. [Lori Houston, Assistant City Manager; Shanon Miller, Director, Office of Historic Preservation]
 
One or more files are marked confidential or are not available at this time.
17.
Ordinance approving the submission of an Early Head Start Grant application to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and acceptance upon award of up to $2,143,177.00 for the period of February 1, 2022 to January 31, 2023; and approving a total program budget of $2,678,971.00 which includes an in-kind match of $535,794.00, and a personnel complement of 6 positions for the Department of Human Services. [Lori Houston, Assistant City Manager; Melody Woosley, Director, Department of Human Services]
 
18.
Ordinance approving the submission of a Head Start Grant application to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and acceptance upon award of up to $25,339,758.00 for the period of February 1, 2022 to January 31, 2023; and authorizing total program budget of $31,674,698.00 which includes an in-kind match of $6,334,940.00, and a personnel complement of 100 positions for the Department of Human Services. [Lori Houston, Assistant City Manager; Melody Woosley, Director, Department of Human Services]
 
Boards, Commissions and Committee Appointments
 
19.
Approving the following Board, Commission and Committee appointments for the remainder of an unexpired term of office to expire May 31, 2023 or as stated below. [Debbie Racca-Sittre, Interim City Clerk]
A) Appointing Roland Mazuca (District 5) to the Historic and Design Review Commission
B) Reappointing James R. Campbell (District 1) to the Brooks Development Authority
C) Appointing Velma Pena (District 5) to the City Bond Oversight Commission for the remainder of an unexpired term ending May 31, 2022
D) Reappointing Thomas E. Silliman (Mayoral) to the Fire and Police Pre-funded Health Care Trust Fund
E) Appointing Norbert Geremy Landin (District 5) to the San Antonio Public Library Board of Trustees
F) Appointing Holly Antoinette Ayala (District 3) to the San Antonio Youth Commission
G) Appointing Mark Garcia (District 5) to the Small Business Economic Development Advocacy Committee
H) Reappointing Robert Sipes (District 7) to the Zoning Commission

 
20.
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) Appointing Dr. Thomas Evans to the Ready to Work Advisory Board

 
Miscellaneous
 
21.
Ordinance amending a professional services agreement with PAVLOV Advertising, LLC for on-call advertising and marketing services for the San Antonio Airport System to increase the contract capacity in the amount not to exceed $1,970,321.00 for total contract capacity in an amount not to exceed $5,970,321.00 to allow the vendor to continue through its expiration on November 28, 2022. [Jeff Coyle, Assistant City Manager; Jesus Saenz, Director, Aviation]
 
One or more files are marked confidential or are not available at this time.
22.
Ordinance authorizing the issuance of one or more obligations for the San Antonio Water System in an amount not to exceed $446,800,000 to fund capital improvements of SAWS and refund outstanding debt for savings. [Ben Gorzell, Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer]
 
23.
Resolution, for the San Antonio Water System, authorizing the cash redemption/defeasance of certain outstanding debt obligations in an amount not to exceed $70,000,000, to reduce future debt service. [Ben Gorzell, Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer]
 
24.
Resolution adopting the City of San Antonio Hazard Mitigation Action Plan. [María Villagómez, Deputy City Manager; Charles N. Hood, Fire Chief]
 
25.
Ordinance designating the Historic and Design Review Commission as the commission with exclusive authority to make recommendations to City Council to designate properties as local historic landmarks and include properties in local historic districts in accordance with Local Government Code Section 211.0165. [Lori Houston, Assistance City Manager; Shanon Miller, Director, Office of Historic Preservation]
 
One or more files are marked confidential or are not available at this time.
26.
Ordinance approving seven On-Call Real Estate Appraisal Services Agreements with Debra S. Runyan, Dugger, Grafe, Swanson, Inc., Eckmann Groll, Inc., JLL Valuation & Advisory Services, LLC, Meridia Appraisal Group, LLC, Noble & Associates, Inc., and Sandison Appraisal, LLC for a two year term with three one year renewal options to provide real estate appraisal services for various City projects in the amount of $70,000.00 annually for each agreement for a total agreement value of $350,000.00 per firm. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
 
27.
Resolution, of the City of San Antonio, Texas Educational Facilities Corporation, authorizing the issuance of up to $30,000,000 of its (i) Higher Education Revenue Bonds, Series 2021A (“Series 2021A Bonds”), and (ii) Higher Education Revenue Bonds, Taxable Series 2021B (“Taxable Series 2021B Bonds”) for the benefit of Hallmark University. [Ben Gorzell, Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer]
 
One or more files are marked confidential or are not available at this time.
28.
Resolution, of the City Council of the City of San Antonio, approving the issuance of up to $30,000,000 of its (i) Higher Education Revenue Bonds, Series 2021A (“Series 2021A Bonds”), and (ii) Higher Education Revenue Bonds, Taxable Series 2021B (“Taxable Series 2021B Bonds”) for the benefit of Hallmark University.  [Ben Gorzell, Jr., Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer]
 
City Manager's Report
 
29.
City Manager’s Report
 
2:00 P.M. (Time Certain) Public Hearing and Consideration of the following Adoption and Amendments of the Neighborhood, Community and Perimeter Plans as Components of the Master Plan and Zoning Cases. Plan amendments and Zoning cases presented by Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Michael Shannon, Director, Development Services.
 
30.
ALCOHOL VARIANCE # AV2021-010 (Council District 1): Ordinance waiving the application requirements of City Code 4-6 and granting a variance authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages at Restaurant Gwendolyn LLC, applicant, on the south IRR 67.44 FT of Lot 4 and Lot 5, Block 1, NCB 477, located at 1017 North Flores Street, for on-premise consumption within three-hundred (300) feet of Austin Advanced Learning Academy, a public school institution, in the San Antonio Independent School District.
 
31.
ALCOHOL VARIANCE # AV2021-008 (Council District 4): Ordinance waiving the application requirements of City Code 4-6 and granting a variance authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages at M S Express Convenience Store, Nizarali Charolia, owner, on Lot 30, Block 117, NCB 15226, located at 5775 Ray Ellison Boulevard for off-premise consumption within three-hundred (300) feet of the Neil Armstrong Elementary, a public education institution in South San Antonio Independent School District.
 
32.
ALCOHOL VARIANCE # AV2021-009 (Council District 6): Ordinance waiving the application requirements of City Code 4-6 and granting a variance authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages at Animal Haus (Marbach Entertainment LLC), applicant, on IRR 538.61 feet of Lot 13, Block 1, NCB 17172, located at 1305 SW Loop 410, Suite 226, for on-premise consumption within three-hundred (300) feet of the Mays IDEA School, a Charter School, in the City of San Antonio.
 
33.
ZONING CASE Z-2021-10700104 (Council District 1): Ordinance amending the Zoning District Boundary from "C-3NA AHOD" General Commercial Nonalcoholic Sales Airport Hazard Overlay District, "L AHOD" Light Industrial Airport Hazard Overlay District and "I-1 AHOD" General Industrial Airport Hazard Overlay District to "C-3 AHOD" General Commercial Airport Hazard Overlay District on Lot 18 and Lot 19, Block 3, NCB 11954, located at 8320 Airport Boulevard and 8434 Airport Boulevard. Staff and Zoning Commission recommend Approval. (Continued from October 7, 2021)
 
34.
ZONING CASE Z-2021-10700111 HL (Council District 2): Ordinance amending the Zoning District Boundary from "RM-4 AHOD" Residential Mixed Airport Hazard Overlay District to "RM-4 HL AHOD" Residential Mixed Historic Landmark Airport Hazard Overlay District on Lot 8, Block 100, NCB 3100, located at 828 Nevada Street. Staff and Zoning Commission recommend Approval.
 
35.
ZONING CASE Z-2021-10700217 (Council District 2): Ordinance amending the Zoning District Boundary from "R-4 MLOD-3 MLR-2 AHOD" Residential Single-Family Martindale Military Lighting Overlay Military Lighting Region 2 Airport Hazard Overlay District to "R-3 MLOD-3 MLR-2 AHOD" Residential Single-Family Martindale Military Lighting Overlay Military Lighting Region 2 Airport Hazard Overlay District on Lot 9, Block 3, NCB 3393, located at 1431 East Crockett Street. Staff and Zoning Commission recommend Approval.
 
36.
PLAN AMENDMENT PA-2021-11600087 (Council District 2): Ordinance amending the Arena District/Eastside Community Plan by changing the future land use classification from “Community Commercial" to "Regional Commercial" on 20.044 acres out of NCB 10574 and NCB 14037, located at 3600 North Panam Expressway. Staff and Planning Commission recommend Approval. (Associated Zoning Case Z-2021-10700252).
 
37.
ZONING CASE Z-2021-10700252 (Council District 2): Ordinance amending the Zoning District Boundary from “I-2 MLOD-3 MLR-1” General Industrial Martindale Army Airfield Military Lighting Overlay Military Lighting Region 1 District to “C-3 MLOD-3 MLR-1” General Commercial Martindale Army Air Field Military Lighting Overlay Military Lighting Region 1 District on 20.044 acres out of NCB 10574 and NCB 14037, located at 3600 North Panam Expressway. Staff recommends Approval, pending Plan Amendment. Zoning Commission recommendation pending the October 19, 2021 hearing. (Associated Plan Amendment PA-2021-11600087).
 
38.
ZONING CASE Z-2021-10700209 CD (Council District 4): Ordinance amending the Zoning District Boundary from "R-6 MLOD-2 MLR-1 AHOD" Residential Single-Family Lackland Military Lighting Overlay Military Lighting Region 1 Airport Hazard Overlay District to "C-2 CD MLOD-2 MLR-1 AHOD" Commercial Lackland Military Lighting Overlay Military Lighting Region 1 Airport Hazard Overlay District with a Conditional Use for Motor Vehicle Sales on the south 60 feet of Lot 10, Block 12, NCB 15503, located at 2516 Southwest Loop 410. Staff and Zoning Commission recommend Approval.
 
39.
ZONING CASE Z-2021-10700212 (Council District 5): Ordinance amending the Zoning District Boundary from "I-1 AHOD" General Industrial Airport Hazard Overlay District and "C-3NA AHOD" General Commercial Nonalcoholic Sales Airport Hazard Overlay District to "C-3NA AHOD" General Commercial Nonalcoholic Sales Airport Hazard Overlay District on Lot 24 and Lot 26, Block 9, NCB 278, located at 716 South Frio Street. Staff and Zoning Commission recommend Approval.
 
40.
ZONING CASE Z-2021-10700213 (Council District 5): Ordinance amending the Zoning District Boundary from "C-3 NA HS MLOD-2 MLR-2 AHOD" General Commercial Nonalcoholic Historic Significant Lackland Military Lighting Overlay Military Lighting Region 2 Airport Hazard Overlay District to "R-4 HS MLOD-2 MLR-2 AHOD" Residential Single-Family Historic Significant Lackland Military Lighting Overlay Military Lighting Region 2 Airport Hazard Overlay District on Lot 9B, NCB 2431, located at 2113 Guadalupe Street. Staff and Zoning Commission recommend Approval.
 
41.
ZONING CASE Z-2021-10700210 CD (Council District 6): Ordinance amending the Zoning District Boundary from "C-2 MLOD-2 MLR-1 AHOD" Commercial Lackland Military Lighting Overlay Military Lighting Region 1 Airport Hazard Overlay District, "R-6 MLOD-2 MLR-1 AHOD" Residential Single-Family Lackland Military Lighting Overlay Military Lighting Region 1 Airport and “R-6 CD MLOD-2 MLR-1 AHOD” Residential Single-Family Lackland Military Lighting Overlay Military Lighting Region 1 Airport Hazard Overlay District with a Conditional Use for 2 residential units to "C-2 CD MLOD-2 MLR-1 AHOD" Commercial Lackland Military Lighting Overlay Military Lighting Region 1 Airport Hazard Overlay District with a Conditional Use for Warehousing on Lots 10-15, Block 18, NCB 8991 (save and except 0.0045 acres out of NCB 8991), located at 1002, 1014, 1034 Southwest 39th Street, and 2631 and 2639 Castroville Road. Staff recommends Denial. Zoning Commission recommends Approval.
 
42.
ZONING CASE Z-2021-10700181 (Council District 8): Ordinance amending the Zoning District Boundary from “C-1” Light Commercial District, “C-2” Commercial District, “C-2NA” Commercial Non-Alcoholic Sales District, “C-2NA CD” Commercial Non-Alcoholic Sales District with a Conditional Use for Auto Paint and Body Center, “C-3 R” General Commercial Restrictive Alcoholic Sales District to “MF-18” Limited Density Multi-Family District on 9.951 acres out of NCB 16455 and NCB 15823, located at 6460 Babcock Road. Staff and Zoning Commission recommend Approval.
 
43.
ZONING CASE Z-2021-10700184 ERZD (Council District 8): Ordinance amending the Zoning District Boundary from “R-6 MLOD-1 MLR-2 ERZD” Residential Single-Family Camp Bullis Military Lighting Overlay Military Lighting Region 2 Edwards Recharge Zone District to “MF-18 ERZD” Limited Density Multi-Family Camp Bullis Military Lighting Overlay Military Lighting Region 2 Edwards Recharge Zone District on 20.0 acres out of CB 4552, generally located in the 16000 Block of Kyle Seale Parkway. Staff and Zoning Commission recommend Approval.
 
44.
ZONING CASE Z-2021-10700129 ERZD (Council District 10): Ordinance amending the Zoning District Boundary from "C-3R AHOD ERZD" General Commercial Restrictive Alcoholic Sales Airport Hazard Overlay Edwards Recharge Zone District and "C-3R AHOD" General Commercial Restrictive Alcoholic Sales Airport Hazard Overlay District to "MF-18 AHOD" Limited Density Multi-Family Airport Hazard Overlay Edwards Recharge Zone District and "MF-18 AHOD ERZD" Limited Density Multi-Family Airport Hazard Overlay District on 4.73 acres out of NCB 17726, generally located in the 5000 Block of North Loop 1604 East. Staff and Zoning Commission recommend Approval. (Continued from October 7, 2021)
 
45.
ZONING CASE Z-2021-10700150 (Council District 10): Ordinance amending the Zoning District Boundary from "C-3 IH-1 AHOD" General Commercial Northeast Gateway Corridor Airport Hazard Overlay District and "C-3 AHOD" General Commercial Airport Hazard Overlay District to "MF-33 IH-1 AHOD" Multifamily Northeast Gateway Corridor Airport Hazard Overlay District and "MF-33 AHOD" Multi-Family Airport Hazard Overlay District on 25.627 acres out of NCB 14049, located at 12765 North Interstate 35. Staff and Zoning Commission recommend Approval. (Continued from August 19, 2021)
 
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


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