AMENDED

Edinburg City Council

City of Edinburg, Hidalgo County, Texas
           
Location: City of Edinburg
City Hall-Council Chambers
415 West University Dr.
Edinburg, Texas 78541
June 05, 2018
Regular Meeting Agenda
6:00 PM
I. Call to Order, Establish Quorum
A. Prayer.
B. Pledge of Allegiance.
II. Certification of Public Notice
III. Public Comments
The Mayor and City Council allow for a specific portion of the City Council Meeting to be dedicated to public comments. Public Comments are limited to three (3) minutes. If a resident desires to make a public comment, please complete the Public Comments Form which will be located outside of the City Council Chambers and submit the completed form to the City Secretary prior to the commencement of the City Council Meeting. We ask for everyone's cooperation in following this procedure.
IV. Presentations
A.

Presentation from Girls Scouts of Greater South Texas Advisors on Girls Scout Troops in Edinburg.

B.

Presentation Regarding Construction of the Edinburg Transit Terminal Project Update by Negrete & Kolar Architects. [Tomas D. Reyna, Director of Public Works]

C.

Presentation Regarding RFQ 2018-003, City of Edinburg, Professional Engineering Services for the 2018 Certificate of Obligations Bonds Drainage Improvement Projects [Tomas D. Reyna, Director of Public Works]

V. Public Hearings
A.

Hold Public Hearing on the Proposed 2018-2022 Five-Year Consolidated Plan & Strategy which Includes the Community Development Block Grant’s 2018-2019 Annual Action Plan as Recommended by the Community Development Council.  [Marissa Garza, Director of Community Development/Grants Management]

B.

Hold Public Hearing and Consider the Comprehensive Plan Amendment from Industrial Uses to Commercial Uses and the Rezoning Request from Industrial (I) District to Commercial General (CG) District, Being Lot 5, E.E.D.C., No. 1 Subdivision, Located at 1805 South Expressway 281, As Requested by LMMGV LLC.  (A 4/5 vote is required by City Council to Overturn the Planning & Zoning Commission Action.) [Jesus R. Saenz, Director of Planning & Zoning]

VI. Ordinance
           
A.

Consider Ordinance for the Voluntary Annexation of a 10.00 gross Acre Being all of Lot 11, Block 7, Santa Cruz Gardens Unit No. 3 Subdivision, Hidalgo County, Texas, Volume 9, Page 3, Map Records of Hidalgo County, Texas; Located on the East side of Doolittle Road South of Davis Road. Subdivision is within City’s Extraterritorial Jurisdiction, as Requested by Mario Rivera. [Jesus R. Saenz, Director of Planning and Zoning]

VII. Awarding of Bids
A.

Consider Awarding Bid No. 2018-70, Police Department Uniform Cleaning and Pressing Service, to A-1 Dry Cleaners Based on Unit Prices as Listed and Authorize City Manager to Enter Into a Contract Relating Thereto. [David White, Chief of Police]

B.

Consider Rejecting Bid No. 2018-79, Orbal Plant Rotors. [Arturo Martinez, Director of Utilities]

C.

Consider Awarding Bid No. 2018-81, Heavy Equipment Repair to Holt Cat of Texas in the Amount of $24,411.48, and Authorize the City Manager to Enter Into an Agreement Relating Thereto. [Ramiro L. Gomez, Director Solid Waste Management]

D.

Consider Authorizing the City Manager to Negotiate and Enter Into an Agreement with Tetra Tech, Inc., of Maitland Florida for the Development of a Disaster Debris Management Plan in Conjunction with the Award of RFP 2018-004 Debris Monitoring & Recovery Planning Services. [Ramiro L. Gomez, Director of Solid Waste Management]

E.

Consider Awarding RFP #2018-022, Electric Supply From Retail Electric Providers To Cavallo Energy Texas and Authorize City Manager to Negotiate and Enter Into a Contract with Selected Provider. [Sonia Marroquin, Assistant City Manager]

F.

Consider Awarding Job Task Order Number One (1) to LeFevre Engineering & Management Consulting, LLC based on RFQ 2016-003, for Professional Engineering & Project Management Services for the Design and Construction Phase Services for the Freddy Gonzalez Park Drainage Improvement in the Amount Not-to-Exceed $46,500 and Authorize City Manager to Enter into an Agreement Relating Thereto. [Tomas D. Reyna, Director of Public Works]

G.

Consider the Purchase of Eleven (11) Tasers, Holsters and Taser Assurance Plan from Axon Enterprise Inc., in the Amount of $23,925 and Authorize City Manager to Execute Same. [David White, Chief of Police]

H.

Consider Authorizing the Purchase of a High Density Mobile Shelving Unit from InterStor Design Associates, Inc., through the TXMAS State Purchasing Contract, in the Amount of $27,960.37. [David White, Chief of Police]

I.

Consider Rejecting Bid No. 2018-76, Grant # B-17-MC-48-0503, Will Looney Memorial Park Fencing Project. [Javier Garza, Director of Parks & Recreation]

VIII. Contractuals
A.

Consider Authorizing City Manager to Enter Into a Waterline Access Agreement with Sharyland Water Supply Corporation and Monmack Development, LLC, to Provide Fire Protection Services for Monmack Place Phase I Subdivision. [Arturo Martinez, Director of Utilities]

B.

Consider Authorizing City Manager to Enter into a Waterline Access Agreement with North Alamo Water Supply Corporation and Hidalgo County Drainage District No. 1, to Provide Fire Protection Services for New Administration Facility Phase I. [Arturo Martinez, Director of Utilities]

C.

Consider Authorizing City Manager to Enter into an Engineering Agreement with Golder Associates, Inc., for Ground Water, Gas Sampling, Analysis and Reporting; Construction Quality Control and Assurance; Construction Surveying; Technical/Construction Oversight, Site Evaluation, Reporting Assistance to the Edinburg Regional Sanitary Landfill Facility in Accordance with the Current Operational Permit Obligations in the Amount Not-to-Exceed $315,000. [Ramiro L. Gomez, Director of Solid Waste]

D.

Consider Amendment Number 2 to the Agreement with Smartcom Telephone, LLC for the Addition of Solid Waste Management Guest WiFi Service, Fire Department Firebar Service and Parks & Recreation PRI Circuit Phone Service in the Amount of $16,584.24, Pursuant to RFP No. 2017-013 and Authorize the City Manager to Execute Amendment Number 2 Relating Thereto. [Daniel Vera, Director of Information Technology]

IX. Variance
A.

Consider Variance Request to the City’s Unified Development Code to Article 7 – Plat and Site Plan Design - Section 7.404 Blocks, Villas De Santa Cruz Unit 2, A 10.091 Acre, Being all of Lot 11, Block 7, Santa Cruz Gardens Unit 3, Hidalgo County, Texas, Located South of Davis Road on the east side of Doolittle Road, As Requested by Melden & Hunt Inc. [Jesus R. Saenz, Director of Planning and Zoning].

X. Appointment
           
A.

Discuss and Consider Appointments to the City Advisory Boards and Committees for the Following:

  1. Edinburg Parks and Recreation Board - One Member

XI. Executive Session
The City Council will convene in Executive Session, in accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Vernon's Texas Statutes and Codes Annotated, Government Code, Chapter 551, Subchapter D, Exceptions to Requirement that Meetings be Open. The City Council May Elect To Go Into Executive Session On Any Item Whether Or Not Such Item Is Posted As An Executive Session Item At Any Time During The Meeting When Authorized By The Provisions Of The Open Meetings Act.
A.

Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Cause No. C-0623-16-J; Reynaldo Zamora vs. City of Edinburg, Texas and Zoning Board of Adjustment of City of Edinburg, Texas; In the 430th Judicial District, Hidalgo County, Texas. (§551.071. Consultation with Attorney; Closed Meeting.)

B.

Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Pending Litigation and Consideration of Offers of Settlement and Status of Litigation Relating to City of Edinburg vs. Joe Williamson Construction, Enriquez Enterprises, Inc., ET AL (§552.071 Consultation with Attorney; Closed Meeting).

C.

Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Legal Issues Concerning Potential Litigation Investigation into and Inquiry/or Claims Re: J&M Valley Investments, LLC d/b/a Superior Oil and Lube. (§551.071. Consultation with Attorney)

D.

Discussion, Evaluation, Duties, Responsibilities, and Possible Action Re: 1.) Richard M. Hinojosa, City Manager. (§552.074 Personnel Matters and §551.071 Consultation with Attorney; Closed Meeting)

Open Session
The City Council will convene in Open Session to take necessary action, if any, in accordance with Chapter 551, Open meetings, Subchapter E, Procedures Relating to Closed Meeting, §551.102, Requirement to Vote or Take Final Action in Open Meeting.
XII. Adjournment
I hereby certify this Notice of a City Council Meeting was posted in accordance with the Open Meetings Act, at the City Offices of the City of Edinburg, located at the 415 West University entrance outside bulletin board, visible and accessible to the general public during and after regular working hours. This notice was posted on June 1, 2018 at 7:45 PM.
By:
Ludivina Leal, City Secretary
City of Edinburg, Texas
All Matters Listed Under Consent Agenda Are Considered To Be Routine By The Governing Body And Will Be Enacted By One Motion. There Will Be No Separate Discussion Of These Items. If Discussion Is Desired, That Item Will Be Removed From The Consent Agenda And Will Be Considered Separately. With Regard To Any Item, The City Council May Take Various Actions; Including But Not Limited To Rescheduling An Item In Its Entirety For A Future Date Or Time. The City Council May Elect To Go Into Executive Session On Any Item Whether Or Not Such Item Is Posted As An Executive Session Item At Any Time During The Meeting When Authorized By The Provisions Of The Open Meetings Act.
Disability Access Statement
Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aid or services are requested to contact the City Secretary Department at (956) 388-8204 at least two business days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made. The accessible entrance and accessible parking spaces are located at Edinburg City Hall, 415 West University.