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  • NOTICE OF A PUBLIC MEETING Including Addendum AN AGENDA OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS 9:00 A.M. - Tuesday, April 17, 2012 McNease Convention Center, South Meeting Room 500 Rio Concho DriveTHE MCNEASE CONVENTION CENTER IS ACCESSIBLE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES.ACCESSIBLE ENTRIES AND SPECIALLY MARKED PARKING SPACES ARE AVAILABLE AT BOTHMAIN ENTRANCES AT SURBER DRIVE AND RIO CONCHO DRIVE. IF ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCEIS NEEDED TO OBSERVE OR COMMENT, PLEASE NOTIFY THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK,ROOM 202, CITY HALL, 657-4405, AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE MEETING.City Council meetings are broadcast on Channel 17-Government Access at 10:30 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. everyday for two weeks beginning on the Thursday after each meeting. As a courtesy to those in attendance, please place your cell phone on “Silent” or “Vibrate” Thank You!I. OPEN SESSION (9:00 A.M.) A. Call to Order B. Prayer and Pledge "Honor the Texas flag; I pledge allegiance to thee, Texas, one state under God, one and indivisible.” C. Proclamations “Earth Day”, April 22, 2012, to be accepted by Girl Scout Troop 5130 accompanied by Troop Leader Camille Yale D. Recognitions Civic League Park designated as a Lone Star Legacy Park by the Texas Recreation and Park Society James Flores, Code Compliance Manager, for his tireless efforts towards the City of San Angelos neighborhood revitalization programs by organizing and leading the monthly Keep San Angelo Beautiful trailer run for elderly and disabled citizens City of San Angelo for receiving the Texas Comptroller Silver Leadership Circle Award recognizing the City for its continued progress towards achieving financial transparency, to be accepted by Chief Accountant Bill Smith, Budget Manager Morgan Trainer, Senior Budget Analyst Laura Brooks, Senior Budget Analyst Steve Mahaffey, Public Information Officer Ty Meighan, and Multimedia Coordinator Brian Groves E. Public Comment The Council takes public comment on all items in the Regular Agenda. Public input on a Regular Agenda item will be taken at its appropriate discussion. Public input on an item not on the Agenda or Consent Agenda may be identified and requested for consideration by the Council at this time. The Council may request an item to be placed on a future agenda, or for a Consent Agenda item to be moved to the Regular Agenda for public comment.City Council Agenda Page 1 of 4 April 17, 2012
  • II. CONSENT AGENDA 1. Consideration of approving the April 3, 2012 City Council Regular meeting minutes 2. Consideration of awarding a Houston-Galveston Area Council (HGAC) Purchasing Co-operative bid (PD- 02-12) for Sprint for air card service in the amount of $62,455.56 and authorizing the Interim City Manager or his designee to execute any necessary related documents 3. Consideration of adopting Resolutions authorizing the Mayor to execute Tax Deeds for the sale of Tax Lots: a. 20 W 11th Street (Murillo), Lots 16 & 17, Block 53 Miles Addition, $2,500, Suit No. B-06-0064-T b. 707 W 15th Street, (James), Lot 4, Block 4, Mineola Addition, Suit No. TAX89-0557B c. Next to 612 E 42nd Street, (Gonzales), Lot 14, Block 47, Lake View Addition, $1,100, Suit No. B- 06-0035-T 4. Consideration of approving an amendment to a contract between the City of San Angelo and Varsity Contractors for Janitorial Services (PUR-04-09), and authorizing the Mayor and/or Interim City Manager to execute said contract amendment 5. Consideration of confirming the Interim City Manager’s appointment of Rhea Cooke to serve a 1st term on the Civil Service Commission 6. Second Hearing and consideration of introduction of an Ordinance amending Chapter 12, Exhibit “A” (Zoning Ordinance) of the Code of Ordinances, City of San Angelo PD 12-02: Shannon Medical Center Downtown AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WHICH SAID EXHIBIT “A” OF CHAPTER 12 ADOPTS ZONING REGULATIONS, USE DISTRICTS AND A ZONING MAP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: 120 East Harris Avenue encompassing the area known as the Shannon Medical Center Downtown, more specifically being Shannon Medical Center Downtown, Block 22A, Section 1, Lot A, Shannon Medical Center Downtown, Block 1, Section 2, Lot A, Shannon Medical Center Downtown, Block 15A, Section 1, Lot A, Frary Addition, Block 2, Lots 1 thru 4, San Angelo Addition, Block 5, Lots 16 thru 20, San Angelo Addition, Block 21, Lots 1, 2, 5, 9, 10, 15 thru 20, the west 26.4’ of Lot 3, and the west 25’ of Lot 6, San Angelo Addition, Block 21½, Lot 1, San Angelo Addition, Block 22½, Lots 3 thru 12, Upton Addition, Block 22½, Lots 20-24 and the west 75’ of Lot 19, Miles Acre Lots, 22½, Lots 31 and 32, in central San Angelo changing the zoning classification from Low-Rise Multifamily Residential (RM-1), General Commercial (CG), and General Commercial/Heavy Commercial (CG/CH) to Planned Development (PD) District PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTY Consideration of adopting a Resolution declaring the intention of the City to continue the HartfordAddendum Variable Annuity Life Insurance Company Deferred Compensation Plan; reserving the right to terminate or amend the plan at any time; and, authorizing the City Manager, or Interim City Manager, or his designee to execute such documents as he may deem necessary or desirable to carry out the intent of this resolution and required under the plan to make the plan fully effective in accordance with its termsIII. REGULAR AGENDA: F. EXECUTIVE/CLOSED SESSION Executive Session under the provision of Government Code, Title 5. Open Government; Ethics, Subtitle A. Open Government, Chapter 551. Open Meetings, Subchapter D. Exceptions to Requirement tha t Meetings be Open, Section 551.072 to deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property Executive Session under the provision of Government Code, Title 5. Open Government; Ethics, Subtitle A. Open Government, Chapter 551. Open Meetings, Subchapter D. Exceptions to Requirement thatCity Council Agenda Page 2 of 4 April 17, 2012
  • Meetings be Open, Section 555.071(2) to consult with attorney on a matter in which the duty of the attorney to the governmental body under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas clearly conflicts with this chapter on issues related to the Texas Open Meetings Act Executive Session under the provision of Government Code, Title 5. Open Government; Ethics, Subtitle A. Open Government, Chapter 551. Open Meetings, Subchapter D. Exceptions to Requirement that Meetings be Open, Section 551.087 to discuss an offer of financial or other incentive to a company or companies with whom the City of San Angelo is conducting economic development negotiations and which the City of San Angelo seeks to have, locate, stay or expand in San Angelo G. PUBLIC HEARING AND COMMENT 7. Consideration of approving a license agreement with the San Angelo Health Foundation for the construction of a trail along the south bank of the North Concho River between Irving Street and City- owned property east of Koenigheim Street (U.S. Hwy 87, North) as part of the River Improvement Project and authorizing the Mayor, Interim City Manager or designee to execute said agreement (Presentation by Parks and Recreation Director Carl White) 8. Discussion and consideration of adopting a Resolution Authorizing the Interim City Manager or his designee to negotiate and execute a Development and Operating Agreement for Performing Arts Campus by and between the City Of San Angelo and the San Angelo Performing Arts Coalition (SAPAC) relating to creation of the Performing Arts Center and Campus which will include the City Auditorium; providing for management services by SAPAC; providing for the use of office space by SAPAC within city hall building; providing for funding responsibilities of the parties; and providing for related matters (Presentation by Interim City Manager Michael Dane) 9. Discussion of City procedures regarding violations pertaining to Code of Ordinance Chapter 7, Section 7.303, entitled “Weeds and Vegetation”, specifically tall grass and weeds over 12 inches (Requested Councilmember Adams and Presentation by Code Compliance Manager James Flores) 10. First public hearing and consideration of introduction of an Ordinance amending Chapter 9, Lakes, Parks and Recreation Areas, Article 9.200 of the City of San Angelo Code of Ordinances by adding Section 9.209 related to temporary variances from City ordinances for Special Events on City property AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 9 ENTITLED “LAKES, PARKS AND RECREATION AREAS,” ARTICLE 9.200, ENTITLED “PARKS,” BY ADDING A NEW SUB-SECTION 9.209, ENTITLED “SPECIAL EVENTS,” OF THE SAN ANGELO CODE OF ORDINANCES, PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, PROVIDING FOR A PENALTY AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE (Presentation by Civic Events Manager Anthony Wilson) 11. Discussion and possible action on authorizing the purchase of ball field netting at the Texas Bank Sports Complex (Presentation by Recreation Manager MaryAnn Vasquez) 12. Consideration of adopting a Resolution declaring the intention of the City to continue the Hartford Variable Annuity Life Insurance Company Deferred Compensation Plan; reserving the right toAddendum terminate or amend the plan at any time; and, authorizing the City Manager, or Interim City Manager, or his designee to execute such documents as he may deem necessary or desirable to carry out the intent of this resolution and required under the plan to make the plan fully effective in accordance with its terms (Presentation by Director of Human Resources Lisa Marley) City Council Agenda Page 3 of 4 April 17, 2012
  • 13. Discussion and consideration of the possibility of issuing rebates of Water Fees and any action related thereto (Presentation by Budget Manager Morgan Trainer) 14. Public Hearing and consideration of approving and adopting a Resolution authorizing the adoption of the 2012-2017 Capital Improvement Plan for the City of San Angelo (Presentation by Budget Manager Morgan Trainer) 15. Discussion and possible action related to the City of San Angelo’s participation in the National League of Cities (NLC) Service Line Warranty Program (Presentation by Assistant City Manager Elizabeth Grindstaff) 16. Consideration of adopting a Resolution implementing Drought Level II of the City’s Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan (Presentation by Director of Water Utilities Will Wilde) H. FOLLOW UP AND ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES 17. Consideration of matters discussed in Executive/Session, if needed 18. Consideration of Future Agenda Items 19. Adjournment Given by order of the City Council and posted in accordance with Title 5, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, Friday, April 13, 2012, at 11:30 P.M. ____________________________ Bryan Kendrick, Deputy City ClerkCity Council Agenda Page 4 of 4 April 17, 2012
  • PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS, the global community now faces extraordinary challenges, such as global health issues, food and water shortages, and economic struggles; andWHEREAS, all people, regardless of race, gender, income, or geography, have a moral right to a healthy, sustainable environment; andWHEREAS, it is understood that the citizens of the our community must step forward and take action to become good stewards of our environment; andWHEREAS, this stewardship can be achieved on the local level through educational efforts, public policy, and strong volunteer organizations such as Keep San Angelo Beautiful; andWHEREAS, let it be known that the City of San Angelo hereby encourages its residents, businesses and institutions to use EARTH DAY to celebrate the Earth and commit to the stewardship of our environment;NOW, THEREFORE, I, Alvin New, Mayor of the City of San Angelo, Texas, on behalfof the City Council, do hereby proclaim Sunday, April 22, 2012 as “EARTH DAY”and encourage each citizen to salute these committed volunteers who work to keep theprocess of democracy alive and well in our community. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the City to be affixed this 17th day of April, 2012. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ___________________________ ALVIN NEW, MAYOR
  • FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 5, 2012 CONTACT: Stacey Laird Dicke, Parks & Recreation Director 110 Golf Course Rd. New Braunfels, TX 78130 (830) 660-3087 sdicke@nbtexas.org Civic League Park Receives Lone Star Legacy DesignationThe Woodlands, Texas – Nine Texas parks were honored with designation as an inaugural Lone StarLegacy Park by the Texas Recreation and Parks Society (TRAPS) in a ceremony at the association’sannual institute in The Woodlands on February 29, 2012. A Lone Star Legacy Park is classified as a park that holds special prominence in the localcommunity and the state of Texas. To qualify for consideration, the park must have endured the testof time and become iconic to those who have visited, played and rested on its grounds. Nominatedparks had to meet at least one of the following criteria: • The property represents distinctive design and/or construction. • The park is associated with historic events or sites. • The park is associated with events specific to the local community/state. • The park is home to unique natural features. “The purpose of the designation is to recognize what a park means to a particularcommunity,” said Stacey Dicke, Board Member. Lone Star Legacy Parks must be a minimum of 50 years old. A Lone Star Legacy Park holdsspecial prominence in the local community and the state of Texas. These parks have endured thetest of time and have become iconic to those who have visited, played and rested on theirgrounds. A designation as a Lone Star Legacy is one of the highest honors that can be bestowedon a park. Parks have played an important role in the development of our communities throughouthistory. Much like Main Streets helped to provide commerce and identity, local parks helped topromote community, natural respite and social interaction as communities were founded, 1|Page
  • developed and prospered and all parks so designated will be included in a state-wide initiativepromoting Heritage Tourism. Nine parks in Texas received the honor in the first year of the program including Zilker Park,Austin; Botanic Gardens, Fort Worth; San Gabriel Park, Georgetown; Heritage Park, Grapevine;Landa Park, New Braunfels; Haggard Park, Plano; Civic League Park, San Angelo; San PedroSprings Park, San Antonio; and Walnut Springs Park, Seguin. TRAPS is a non-profit, professional and educational organization founded 70 years ago with amembership of over 2,000 professionals. TRAPS is committed to advancing the field of parks,recreation and leisure services in Texas, while advocating for enhanced recreation opportunities andthe increase of public green space for Texans. www.traps.org 2|Page
  • City of San AngeloMemoDate: April 9, 2012To: Mayor and Council MembersFrom: Robert Salas, Neighborhood & Family Services DirectorSubject: Special Recognition for April 17, 2012 Council MeetingContact: Robert Salas 657-4274Caption: Special Recognition Consideration of special recognition for James Flores, Manager Code Compliance for his tirelessefforts toward neighborhood revitalization by organizing and leading the monthly Keep San AngeloBeautiful trailer run for elderly and/or disabled citizens.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Summary: On April 1, 2012 James Flores received the “Unsung Heroes” award from the West TexasOrganizing Strategy (WTOS) for his efforts toward neighborhood revitalization through his efforts inorganizing and leading the monthly Keep San Angelo Beautiful trailer run for elderly/disabled citizenswhich provides citizens an opportunity to discard junk and trash that they are unable to do so bythemselves. This helps both the homeowners and city by helping to maintain yards and neighborhoods ina neat and orderly manner. The city staff wishes to recognize James’ selfless commitment and dutifulefforts to accomplish the neighborhood revitalization mission.History: Each month, James organizes volunteers from Keep San Angelo Beautiful, city employees, andother community volunteers to assist in the cleanup of junk and trash at homes belonging to elderlyand/or disabled homeowners that has become or has the potential to become a code violation. Jameshauls the trailer using his own personal truck and not only leads the effort, but works hard loading andunloading the trailer. Over the past several years, his efforts have led to the collection of 36-40 tons ofdiscarded trash per year from neighborhoods targeted for revitalization.Financial Impact: None.Related Goal Item: Neighborhood Revitalization.Other Information/Recommendations: Staff recommends approval.Attachments: NonePresentation: None.Publication: None.Reviewed by Service Area Director: N/A
  • CITY COUNCIL MINUTE RECORDThe City of San Angelo Page 413Tuesday, April 3, 2012 Vol. 103 OPEN SESSIONBE IT REMEMBERED City Council convened in a regular meeting at 9:05 A.M., Tuesday, April 3, 2012, inthe San Angelo McNease Convention Center, 500 Rio Concho Drive, San Angelo, Texas. All duly authorizedmembers of the Council, to-wit: Mayor, Alvin New Councilmember Paul Alexander Councilmember Dwain Morrison Councilmember Johnny Silvas Councilmember Fredd B. Adams, II Councilmember Kendall Hirschfeld Councilmember Charlotte Farmerwere present and acting, thus constituting a quorum. Whereupon, the following business was transacted:An invocation was given by Father James Hademenos of the Greek Orthodox, Assumption of the Virgin Maryand pledge was led by Wesley Aaron Kuehn, Senior at Central High School.PROCLAMATION AND RECOGNITION“Eagle Scout Designation to Wesley Aaron Kuehn”, was accepted by Mr. Kuehn for successfully completing allrequirements for Scoutings highest rank in honor of his achievement.Donna Osborne, Economic Development Coordinator, on being selected as the first recipient of the Alliance ofTexas Angel Networks - Excellence in Leadership Award for her leading role with the Concho Valley AngelNetwork.PUBLIC COMMENTNo one came forward to comment publicly.CONSENT AGENDAAPPROVAL OF THE MARCH 20, 2012 CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTESAWARD OF BID(S) AND AUTHORIZATION FOR THE INTERIM CITY MANAGER OR HISDESIGNEE TO EXECUTE ANY NECESSARY RELATED DOCUMENTS:VM-03-12: Ambulance Chassis, Caldwell Chevrolet via Buyboard Contract #358-10, $51,926.00VM-04-12: Ambulance Box Remounts, Frazer Bilt via HGAC Contract #AM04-10, $86,400.00CONSIDERATION OF SELECTING OF GAJESKE, INC. FOR RFP WU-02-12 LAKE PUMPINGSYSTEM TO TRANSFER WATER FROM THE SOUTH POOL OF TWIN BUTTES RESERVOIR TOTHE NORTH POOL AND AUTHORIZATION FOR THE INTERIM CITY MANAGER OR DESIGNEETO EXECUTE ANY NECESSARY RELATED DOCUMENTSAPPROVAL OF ADDITIONAL PURCHASES FROM RFB VM-09-11 FOR TWO (2) LIGHT DUTYVEHICLES FROM JIM BASS FORD IN THE AMOUNT OF $43,449.00, AND AUTHORIZATION FORTHE INTERIM CITY MANAGER OR DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE ANY NECESSARY RELATEDDOCUMENTS
  • Page 414 MinutesVol. 103 April 3, 2012AWARD OF RFB PRO-01-12 MODULAR MANUFACTURED BUILDING BEHIND FIRE STATION #2,4702 SOUTHLAND TO CHRIS LEITH AUTOMOTIVE, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $25,001.00 ANDAUTHORIZATION FOR THE INTERIM CITY MANAGER OR DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE ANYNECESSARY RELATED DOCUMENTSAWARD OF RFB PRO-02-12 FIRE STATION #5, 2727 FREELAND AVENUE TO MIGUEL DURAN INTHE AMOUNT OF $61,100.00, AND AUTHORIZATION FOR THE INTERIM CITY MANAGER ORDESIGNEE TO EXECUTE ANY NECESSARY RELATED DOCUMENTSAUTHORIZATION FOR THE SALE OF THE FOLLOWING RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES FOR THEAPPRAISED VALUE AND AUTHORIZATION FOR THE MAYOR, CITY MANAGER, OR WATERUTILITIES DIRECTOR TO EXECUTE ALL NECESSARY LEGAL DOCUMENTS PERTAINING TOTHE SALE OF SUBJECT PROPERTIES, SUBJECT TO COMPLETION OF ALL CURATIVEREQUIREMENTS:2534 Sleepy Hollow (Brinlee), Lot 15, Group Fishermans Road, $90,916.006413 Lincoln Park Road East (Camper), Lot 4, Group Lincoln Park, $26,945.001610 Shady Point Circle Drive (Mason), Lot 62, Group Shady Point, $25,704.002590 Sleepy Hollow (Nixon), Lot 32, Group Fishermans Road, $84,108.006422 Lincoln Park Road West (Reed), Lot 27A, Group Lincoln Park, $26,981.00ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE INTERIM CITY MANAGER OR HISDESIGNEE TO EXECUTE TWO RELEASES OF EASEMENT FOR WATER PIPELINE RELATING TOREALIGNMENT OF THE HICKORY AQUIFER WATER SUPPLY PROJECT WATER PIPELINE; AND,FINDING A PUBLIC PURPOSE AND BENEFIT THEREIN (ANNEX A, PAGE 419, RESOLUTION#2012-04-046R)ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO’S PARTICIPATION INTHE TEXAS EVENTS TRUST FUND FOR THE NATIONAL REINED COW HORSE ASSOCIATION2012 CELEBRATION OF CHAMPIONS IN THE AMOUNT OF $14,070.00 WITH A STATE MATCH OF$87,935, TO CREATE A TOTAL TRUST FUND OF $102,005.00 (ANNEX B, PAGE 421, RESOLUTION#2012-04-047R)CONSIDERATION OF APPROVING OF VARIANCES TO THE CITY CODE FOR THE DRAG BOATRACES ON JUNE 22-24, 2012, AT LAKE NASWORTHYAPPROVAL OF VARIANCES TO THE CITY CODE FOR THE WAKEBOARD TOURNAMENT ONJULY 20-22, 2012, AT LAKE NASWORTHYAUTHORIZATION FOR THE INTERIM CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A MUTUAL AIDAGREEMENT WITH GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE FOR FIRE PROTECTION ANDHAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT RESPONSEAUTHORIZATION FOR THE SAN ANGELO FIRE DEPARTMENT TO APPLY FOR A GRANT FOREXERCISE EQUIPMENT THROUGH THE EVA CAMUÑEZ TUCKER FOUNDATION ANDAUTHORIZATION FOR THE INTERIM CITY MANAGER OR HIS DESIGNEE TO EXECUTERELATED DOCUMENTSAUTHORIZATION FOR THE SAN ANGELO FIRE DEPARTMENT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE 2012MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION (MDA) FILL THE BOOT CAMPAIGN ON APRIL 25TH,26TH, AND 27THAUTHORIZATION FOR THE INTERIM CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A FIRST ADDENDUM TOAGREEMENT FOR WASTE COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL AND LANDFILL LEASE AND
  • Minutes Page 415April 17, 2012 Vol. 103OPERATION BETWEEN THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AND REPUBLIC WASTE SERVICES OFTEXASMotion, to approve the Consent Agenda, as presented, with the exception of WU-02-12 and Drag Boat Raceitems, was made by Councilmember Adams and seconded by Councilmember Hirschfeld. Motion carriedunanimously.REGULAR AGENDA: PUBLIC HEARING AND COMMENTSELECTION OF GAJESKE, INC. FOR RFP WU-02-12 LAKE PUMPING SYSTEM TO TRANSFERWATER FROM THE SOUTH POOL OF TWIN BUTTES RESERVOIR TO THE NORTH POOL ANDAUTHORIZATION FOR THE INTERIM CITY MANAGER OR DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE ANYNECESSARY RELATED DOCUMENTSWater Utilities Director Will Wilde presented background information.General discussion was held on the project timeline, aquatic life within the pools, existing pump and naturalmovement of the water, water storage capacity, project not approved during the budget process; providingvendors experience, including other projects completed; designating the water fund as the funding source, andevaporation of the water.Mr. Wilde informed staff is preparing to begin the project in June depending on the amount of rain receivedbetween now and then and in the event of the Stage II Drought Conservation Plan. He noted the vendor isaware the project may or may not occur.Council directed staff to present an accelerated schedule should Council want to proceed sooner.Motion, to approve, as presented, was made by Councilmember Hirschfeld and seconded by CouncilmemberAlexander. Motion carried unanimously.Mr. Wilde informed staff will present a future budget amendment, and then further action will by City Councilto begin the project.A vote was taken on the motion on the floor. AYE: New, Alexander, Silvas, Adams, and Hirschfeld. NAY:Morrison and Farmer. Motion carried 5-2.APPROVAL OF VARIANCES TO THE CITY CODE FOR THE DRAG BOAT RACES ON JUNE 22-24,2012, AT LAKE NASWORTHYCivic Events Manager Anthony Wilson presented background information.Motion, to approve, as presented, was made by Councilmember Farmer and seconded by CouncilmemberAdams. Motion carried unanimously.PRESENTATION AND UPDATE ON THE HICKORY AQUIFER WATER SUPPLY PROJECTWater Utilities Director Will Wilde presented background information. A copy of the presentation is part of thePermanent Supplemental Minute record.General discussion was held on the project timeline, designing duplicated project task in order to accelerate theproject, and possibly beginning the planning phases earlier.In conclusion, based on the sense of urgency to move forward, City Council directed staff to move forward withcompleting any duplicated processes that may be conducted with either the reverse osmosis or ion exchangeprocess. Mr. Wilde noted staff is working on such project task, e.g. site layout, and the projected water deliverydate is March 2012 for the 30” pipeline.Public comment was made by citizen and SMD1 Candidate Bob Banskter.
  • Page 416 MinutesVol. 103 April 3, 2012RECESSAt 10:18 A.M., Mayor New called a recess.RECONVENEAt 10:32 A.M., Council reconvened, and the following business was transacted:FIRST PUBLIC HEARING AND INTRODUCTION OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12,EXHIBIT “A” (ZONING ORDINANCE) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF SAN ANGELOPD 12-02: Shannon Medical Center DowntownAN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITYOF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WHICH SAID EXHIBIT “A” OF CHAPTER 12 ADOPTS ZONINGREGULATIONS, USE DISTRICTS AND A ZONING MAP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH ACOMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THEFOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: 120 East Harris Avenue encompassing the area known as the ShannonMedical Center Downtown, more specifically being Shannon Medical Center Downtown, Block 22A, Section 1,Lot A, Shannon Medical Center Downtown, Block 1, Section 2, Lot A, Shannon Medical Center Downtown,Block 15A, Section 1, Lot A, Frary Addition, Block 2, Lots 1 thru 4, San Angelo Addition, Block 5, Lots 16thru 20, San Angelo Addition, Block 21, Lots 1, 2, 5, 9, 10, 15 thru 20, the west 26.4’ of Lot 3, and the west25’ of Lot 6, San Angelo Addition, Block 21½, Lot 1, San Angelo Addition, Block 22½, Lots 3 thru 12, UptonAddition, Block 22½, Lots 20-24 and the west 75’ of Lot 19, Miles Acre Lots, 22½, Lots 31 and 32, in centralSan Angelo changing the zoning classification from Low-Rise Multifamily Residential (RM-1), GeneralCommercial (CG), and General Commercial/Heavy Commercial (CG/CH) to Planned Development (PD)District PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTYPlanning Manager AJ Fawver presented background information. A copy of the presentation is part of thePermanent Supplemental Minute record.Motion, to introduce the Ordinance, as presented, was made by Councilmember Adams and seconded byCouncilmember Farmer.Public comment was made by Shannon CEO Brian Horner in support of the ordinance.A vote was taken on the motion on the floor. Motion carried unanimously.DISCUSSION TO AMEND THE ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCE, CHAPTER 3, ARTICLE 3.2002ENTITLED “CHAINING OF DOGS PROHIBITED AS PRIMARY ENCLOSURE”Requested by Councilmember Morrison, he briefly reviewed Ms. Sylvia Martinez’s request from the February7, 2012 Council meeting. He suggested eliminated the tethering ordinance or to amend the ordinance allowinga running line, pulley, or trolley system.Motion, to remove the language regarding tethering of a dog from the ordinance, was made by CouncilmemberMorrison and seconded by Councilmember Silvas.Health Services Manager Sandra Villarreal presented background information. A copy of the presentation ispart of the Permanent Supplemental Minute record.General discussion was held on funding for a specific city program to provide assistance for the installation offencing and mirroring the state statute.Councilmembers Morrison and Silvas withdrew their motion.Motion, to amend the ordinance allowing the installation of a running line, pulley, or trolley system, inaccordance with state law, was made by Councilmember Morrison and seconded by Councilmember Silvas.Councilmembers Morrison and Silvas withdrew their motion.
  • Minutes Page 417April 17, 2012 Vol. 103Motion, to amend the ordinance regarding tethering of an animal to mirror state law (Chapter 821, SubchapterD: Unlawful Restraint of Dog (Texas Health and Safety Code), specifically adding Statute Sec. 821.078.EXCEPTIONS 1 & 3 to mirror state statute, was made by Councilmember Morrison and seconded byCouncilmember Silvas.Public comments were made by Animal Shelter Board (ASB) member Tom Maurer, former ASB member BillLockett, and Citizen Jim Turner.General discussion was held on the 2009 revision to the ordinance, the Animal Shelter Board’srecommendation, and the amount of time spent discussing this item in prior meetings.A vote was taken on the motion on the floor. AYE: Morrison, Silvas, and Adams. NAY: New, Alexander,Hirschfeld, and Farmer. Motion failed 3-4.Mayor New stated the Ordinance will remain in effect as stated and approved in 2009.RECESSAt 11:53 A.M., Mayor New called a recess.RECONVENEAt 12:01 P.M., Council reconvened, and the following business was transacted:APPROVAL OF VARIOUS BOARD NOMINATIONS BY COUNCIL AND DESIGNATEDCOUNCILMEMBERS:Civic Events Board: Courtney Mahaffey (SMD4) to an unexpired term October 2014Construction Board of Adjustment & Appeals: Casey Deering (SMD3) to an unexpired term February 2013 andRoland Allen (SMD5) to a 2nd full term February 2014Zoning Board of Adjustments: David Nowlin (SMD3) to a 2nd full term January 2014, Chuck Shore (SMD5) toa 2nd full term January 2014, and John Rowland (SMD6) to a 2nd full term January 2014Motion, to approve various board nominations by Council and designated Councilmembers, was made byCouncilmember Farmer and seconded by Councilmember Hirschfeld. Motion carried unanimously.RECESSAt 12:04 P.M., Mayor New called a recess.EXECUTIVE/CLOSED SESSIONAt 12:17 P.M., Council convened in Executive Session under the provision of Government Code, Title 5. OpenGovernment; Ethics, Subtitle A. Open Government, Chapter 551. Open Meetings, Subchapter D. Exceptions toRequirement that Meetings be Open, Section 551.072 to deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease, or value ofreal property; Section 555.071(2) to consult with attorney on a matter in which the duty of the attorney to thegovernmental body under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texasclearly conflicts with this chapter on issues related to the Texas Open Meetings Act; and, Section 551.087 todiscuss an offer of financial or other incentive to a company or companies with whom the City of San Angelo isconducting economic development negotiations and which the City of San Angelo seeks to have, locate, stay orexpand in San Angelo.OPEN SESSION (continued)At 12:59 P.M. City Council concluded the Executive/Closed Session whereupon the following business wastransacted:
  • Page 418 MinutesVol. 103 April 3, 2012RECESSAt 12:29 P.M., Mayor New called a recess.RECONVENEAt 1:44 P.M., Council reconvened, with the exception of Mayor New and Councilmember Adams, and thefollowing business was transacted. Mayor Pro Tempore Farmer facilitated the meeting.DISCUSSION OF 2012-2017 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLANBudget Manager Morgan Trainer presented background information. A copy of the presentation is part of thePermanent Supplemental Minute record.General discussion was held on public meeting comments, specifically Parkview Lake, and projects listed underStreet Reconstruction and Stormwater Quality Management.Mayor New and Councilmember Adams arrived to the meeting at 1:48 p.m.Interim City Manager Michael Dane explained approval of the resolution provides approval of the identifiedprojects. He noted staff is fulfilling the mission to identify and prioritize projects as outlined in the Charter.Any project funding or prioritization will be discussed and allocated during the budget discussions.Councilmember Alexander suggested staff provide a summary of added and deleted projects. Councilconcurred.SELECTION OF STRATEGIC GOVERNMENT RESOURCES (SGR) AS THE EXECUTIVE SEARCHFIRM FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE RECRUITMENT OF THE CITY MANAGER POSITION• Robert Slavin, President, Slavin Management Consultants• Alan Taylor, Senior Vice President, Strategic Government Resources (SGR)Interim City Manager Michael Dane recused himself from the discussion.Human Resources Director Lisa Marley presented background information and introduced Mr. Slavin. A copyof the presentation is part of the Permanent Supplemental Minute record.General discussion was held on how many applicants would be recruited before a selection of the most qualifiedcandidates is established, the number of applicants within Texas; establishing the “fit” criteria within theorganization and how such will be ascertained after meeting with Council, the committee, or a designee, as wellas during the interview process.Mr. Taylor provided a brief overview of his presentation made at the March 20, 2012 City Council meeting.Further discussion was held on the consultant’s two year guarantee, the process for applicants within the City ofSan Angelo, expenses for the search, and whether the consultants had a “stable” of candidates and the ethicalimplications of such.Motion, to select SGR as the executive search consultant for the recruitment of the City Manager position, aspresented, was made by Councilmember Farmer and seconded by Councilmember Morrison. Motion carriedunanimously.FOLLOW UP AND ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUESCONSIDERATION OF MATTERS DISCUSSED IN EXECUTIVE/CLOSED SESSIONNo action was taken on matters discussed in Executive/Closed Session.CONSIDERATION OF FUTURE AGENDA ITEMSInterim City Manager Michael Dane distributed the proposed April 17, 2012 Agenda and solicited Council
  • Minutes Page 419April 17, 2012 Vol. 103comments and suggestions.Mr. Dane informed staff will be reviewing and amending the contract with Two Pro Management for the SantaFe Golf Course regarding advertising within the course. He noted based on this review, he will direct Parks andRecreation Director Carl White to pull the zoning application previously submitted to change the zoningclassification for the golf course.Councilmembers Morrison and Alexander announced they would be absent from the April 17, 2012.ADJOURNMENTMotion, to adjourn, was made by Councilmember Morrison and seconded by Councilmember Silvas. Motioncarried unanimously.The meeting adjourned at 3:08 P.M. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ___________________________________ Alvin New, MayorATTEST:_______________________________Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkAnnexes A-BIn accordance with Chapter 2, Article 2.300, of the Official Code of the City of San Angelo, the minutes of thismeeting consist of the preceding Minute Record and the Supplemental Minute Record. Details on Councilmeetings may be obtained from the City Clerk’s Office or a video of the entire meeting may be purchased fromthe Public Information Officer at 481-2727. (Portions of the Supplemental Minute Record video tape recordingmay be distorted due to equipment malfunction or other uncontrollable factors.)
  • City of San AngeloMemo Date: April 13, 2012 To: Mayor and Council members From: Tim Vasquez, Chief of Police Subject: Agenda Item for April 17, 2012 Council Meeting Contact: Ryan L. Jansa, Budget Analyst, 657-4262 Caption: Consent Agenda Item Consideration of awarding a Houston-Galveston Area Council (HGAC) Purchasing Co- operative bid (PD-02-12) for Sprint for air card service in the amount of $62,455.56 and authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute any necessary related documents. Summary: The purpose of this request is for the authorization to purchase air card service for the Police Department, Municipal Court, and Fire Department. This purchase is to be made through the HGAC purchasing co-op, authorized by the State of Texas for municipality purchases. History: The San Angelo Police Department began utilizing air cards in patrol cars in 2010. This cellular air card service is for data connectivity from Public Safety Dispatch to approximately 112 vehicles. The data connection allows the Officers to utilize their in-car computers to receive calls for service and run checks on suspects while on patrol. The Fire Department is planning to add air card service within the next 12 months in approximately 25 vehicles. Financial Impact: The San Angelo Police Department has the funds in the current budget for the annual Sprint air card service and the anticipated financial impact will be $51,058.56 annually. The Fire Department anticipates an annual cost of $11,397.00 for a total contract of $62,455.56. Other Information/ Staff recommends approval. Recommendation: Attachments: Sprint HGAC Contract #CW05-02 Presentation: None Reviewed by: Chief Tim Vasquez, Police Department, 3/27/12 Brian Dunn, Fire Chief, 3/28/12
  • City of San AngeloMemo Date: March 1, 2012 To: Mayor and Council Members From: Roger S. Banks, Purchasing, Division Manager Subject: Agenda Item for April 17, 2012 Council Meeting Contact: Diana Farris, Purchasing Manager, 657-4212 Caption: Consent Item Consideration of adopting a Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a Resolution authorizing sale of Tax Lot(s): nd 1. 610 E 42 Street, (Gonzales), Lot 14, Block 47, Lake View Addition, $1,100, Suit No. B-06-0035-T 2. 20 W 11th Street, (Murillo), Lots 16 & 17, Block 53, Miles Addition, $2,500, Suit No. B-06-0064-T 3. 707 W 15th Street, (James), Lot 4, Block 4, Mineola Addition, $1,100, Suit No. TAX89-0557B Summary: The subject properties were auctioned with no offers received. Subsequently, the properties were struck off to the City as Trustee for itself and the other taxing entities. History: The amounts of delinquent taxes, accrued penalties, interest, attorney fees and costs for delinquent years of, together with additional penalties and interest, at the rates prescribed by Subchapter A & C of Chapter 33, Property Tax Code, which accrue on all said taxes from date of judgment until paid. (See Property Analysis) Financial Impact: Upon approval: (1) The City will retain a $350 Administration Fee, (2) The balance will be distributed according to the Sheriff’s Return, and (3) Properties will be reinstated back onto tax roll. Other Information/Recommendation: All properties are unimproved parcels. No outstanding account balances exist for the above Prospective Buyers and it is recommended that the above offers be accepted. Attachments: Property Analysis, Resolutions, Tax-Resale Deeds, and Property Location Maps Presentation: N/A Reviewed by Service Area Director: Michael Dane, Director of Finance
  • NOTICE OF CONFIDENTIALITY RIGHTS: If you are a natural person, you may remove or strikeany or all of the following information from this instrument before it is filed for record in the publicrecords: your social security number or your driver’s license number. Tax-Resale Deed (Property Sold for Less than Adjudged Value or Judgment) Date: __________________________ Grantor: The City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, for itself and as Trustee for itself, Tom Green County and San Angelo Independent School District. P.O. Box 1751 San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas 76902 Grantee: Juan and Laura Murillo, husband and wife 12 W 11th Street San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas 76903 Consideration: Ten and No/100 Dollars ($10.00) and other good and valuable consideration Property (including any improvements): Lots 16 and 17, Block 53, Miles Addition, an addition to the City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, as described in deed dated April 29, 1958, from Minnie Pickens to Wallie Word, in Volume 396, Page 105, Deed Records of Tom Green County, Texas. Acct #1-34200-0053-014-00 Judgment: Judgment for the foreclosure of a tax lien against the Property entered on March 10, 2008, in Cause No. B-06-0064-T by the 119th District Court of Tom Green County, Texas. Sheriff’s Deed: Grantor acquired full legal title to the Property — both for its own benefit and as Trustee for all other taxing authorities entitled to receive proceeds from the sale of the Property under the terms of the Judgment — by Sheriff’s Deed dated November 20, 2009, and recorded in Instrument Number 678731, Official Public Records of Real Property, Tom Green County, Texas. For the Consideration, Grantor — acting by and through its Mayor, who has been duly authorized to execute this instrument on Grantor’s behalf by resolution and order of Grantor’s City Council recorded in the City Council’s official minutes — hereby quitclaims to Grantee all of Grantors right, title, and interest in and to the Property, to have and to hold it to Grantee and Grantees heirs, successors, and assigns forever. Neither Grantor, nor any other taxing unit interested in the Judgment, nor any other person or entity claiming under them, will have, claim, or demand any right or title to the Property or any part of it. Grantor gives this Tax- Resale Deed without any express or implied warranty whatsoever; and all warranties that might arise by common law and the warranties in §5.023 of the Texas Property Code (or its successor) are hereby specifically excluded. Grantees rights under this deed are subject to the provisions of Chapter 34 of the Texas Tax Code, including, without limitation, any right of redemption remaining in the former owner of the Property; the terms of any recorded restrictive covenants running with the land that were recorded before January 1 of the year in which the tax lien on the property arose; any recorded lien that arose under such restrictive covenants that was not extinguished in the judgment foreclosing the tax lien; and each valid easement of record as of the date of
  • the sale that was recorded before January 1 of the year the tax lien arose. Grantor is selling the Property to Grantee for an amount that is less than the lesser of (1) the marketvalue specified in the Judgment, or (2) the total amount of the Judgment. Each taxing unit that is entitled toreceive proceeds from the sale of the Property has consented to this sale and has authorized this sale by formalresolution. The parties acknowledge that the sale of the Property to Grantee does not constitute a violation ofSection 52, Article III, Texas Constitution. Grantee assumes full payment of any ad valorem taxes for the Property for the current year and allfuture years. When the context requires, singular nouns and pronouns include the plural. GRANTOR: The City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, for itself and as Trustee for any taxing authorities named in the JudgmentATTEST: By: ____________________________ Alvin New, Mayor and duly-authorized agentAlicia Ramirez, City ClerkSTATE OF TEXAS § §COUNTY OF TOM GREEN § This instrument was acknowledged before me on _____________________, 2012, by Alvin New,Mayor and duly-authorized agent of the City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, onbehalf of such corporation and as Trustee for any taxing authorities named in the Judgment identified in theabove instrument. __________________________________ Notary Public, State of TexasAfter Recording, Return To:City Attorney’s Office
  • Lots 16 & 17, Block 53, Miles Addition20 W 11th Street 100 x 100Copyright 2011 Esri. All rights reserved. Mon Mar 5 2012 03:29:14 PM.
  • RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SALE OF REAL PROPERTY (Less than Adjudged Value or Judgment) WHEREAS, on the day of , 2012, at a regularly scheduled meeting ofthe City Council of the City of San Angelo, Texas, there was presented to said Council theproposal for the City to sell a parcel of land situated within the city limits of the City of SanAngelo, said parcel being described as follows: Lots 16 and 17, Block 53, Miles Addition, an addition to the City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, as described in deed dated April 29, 1958, from Minnie Pickens to Wallie Word, in Volume 396, Page 105, Deed Records of Tom Green County, Texas. WHEREAS, said lot(s) are held by the City of San Angelo, as Trustee by virtue of Sheriff’sTax Deed, recorded on Instrument Number 678731, of the Official Public Records of RealProperty, Tom Green County, Texas; and WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that it is in the best interest of the City of SanAngelo as Trustee to sell said lot(s) for an amount that is less than the lesser of the market valuespecified in the Judgment of foreclosure or the amount of the judgment(s) against said property; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OFSAN ANGELO: That the Mayor of the City of San Angelo is hereby authorized in his capacityas representative of the City of San Angelo, as Trustee to execute a Quitclaim Deed to the abovedescribed lot(s) to JUAN & LAURA MURILLO, a married couple, for the consideration of TwoThousand Five Hundred and 00/100 Dollars ($2,500.00) and that the sale for said amount is alsohereby authorized and approved.APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THE DAY OF , 2012. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ______________________________ Alvin New, MayorAttest:_____________________Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkApproved As to Form: Approved As to Content:______________________ ____________________________Lysia Bowling, City Attorney Roger S. Banks, Purchasing Managerc:usersbryan.kendrickdesktop04-17-123az murillo resolution.doc
  • PROPERTY ANALYSIS For Tax Resale PropertyLegal Description: Lots 16 and 17, Block 53, Miles Addition, an addition to the City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, as described in deed dated April 29, 1958, from Minnie Pickens to Wallie Word, in Volume 396, Page 105, Deed Records of Tom Green County, Texas.Improved/Unimproved UnimprovedTax Suit Number: B-06-0064-TLocation: 20 W 11th StreetParcel Size/Dimensions: 100 x 100City of San Angelo vs. Wallie WordTax ID Number: 19-34200-0053-014-00Judgment Date: March 10, 2008Date of Sheriffs Sale: November 3, 2009Sheriffs Deed Recorded: November 23, 2009Adjudge Value: $ 6,000.00 Years Held in Trust: 2 1/2 yrsAmount of Offer: $ 2,500.00 Amounts Due Priority % of Pro Rata Amounts Fees Judgment Allocations Remainder Allocations DistributedAdministration Fee $ 350.00 $ 350.00 0.00% $ 350.00Maintenance Fee $ - 0.00% $ -District Clerk $ 474.00 $ 474.00 0.00% $ 474.00Sheriffs Fee $ 100.00 $ 100.00 0.00% $ 100.00Attorney Fee $ 365.00 $ 365.00 0.00% $ 365.00Municipal Liens $ 2,010.75 33.54% $ 406.15 $ 406.15Taxes $ 3,984.69 66.46% $ 804.85 $ 804.85Total $ 1,289.00 $ 5,995.44 $ 1,289.00 100.00% $ 1,211.00 $ 2,500.00Actual Total Amt Due $ 7,284.44Amount Remaining $ 1,211.00 Offer will satisfy the court cost and a portion of the taxes and liens.
  • Lot 4, Block 4, Mineola Annex Addition707 W 15th St 50 x 150Copyright 2011 Esri. All rights reserved. Wed Dec 21 2011 03:19:54 PM.
  • PROPERTY ANALYSIS For Tax Resale PropertyLegal Description: Lot 15, Block 53, Miles Addition, as described in Volume 334, Page 265, Deed Records of Tom Green County, Texas.Improved/Unimproved UnimprovedTax Suit Number: B-94-0062-TLocation: 24 E 11th StreetParcel Size/Dimensions: 50 x 100City of San Angelo vs. J.C. ClayTax ID Number: 19-34200-0053-013-00Judgment Date: April 22, 1996Date of Sheriffs Sale: July 9, 1998Sheriffs Deed Recorded: October 29, 1998 Years Held in Trust 13 1/2 yrsAdjudge Value: $ 2,500.00PROPOSED Offer: $ 1,000.00 Amounts Due Priority % of Pro Rata Amounts Fees Judgment Allocations Remainder Allocations DistributedAdministration Fee $ 350.00 $ 350.00 0.00% $ 350.00Maintenance Fee $ - 0.00% $ -District Clerk $ 267.69 $ 267.69 0.00% $ 267.69Sheriffs Fee $ 120.61 $ 120.61 0.00% $ 120.61Attorney Fee $ 63.06 $ 63.06 0.00% $ 63.06Municipal Liens $ 1,142.93 55.79% $ 110.82 $ 110.82Taxes $ 905.71 44.21% $ 87.82 $ 87.82Total $ 801.36 $ 2,048.64 $ 801.36 100.00% $ 198.64 $ 1,000.00Actual Total Amt Due $ 2,850.00Amount Remaining $ 198.64 Proposed Offer will satisfy the court cost and a portion of the taxes and liens.
  • RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SALE OF REAL PROPERTY (Less than Adjudged Value or Judgment) WHEREAS, on the day of , 2012, at a regularly scheduled meeting ofthe City Council of the City of San Angelo, Texas, there was presented to said Council theproposal for the City to sell a parcel of land situated within the city limits of the City of SanAngelo, said parcel being described as follows: Lot 4, Block 4, Mineola Annex Addition, City of San Angelo, as described in Volume 290, Page 515, deed records of Tom Green County, Texas. WHEREAS, said lot(s) are held by the City of San Angelo, as Trustee by virtue of Sheriff’sTax Deed, recorded on Volume 518, Page 362, of the Official Public Records of Real Property,Tom Green County, Texas; and WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that it is in the best interest of the City of SanAngelo as Trustee to sell said lot(s) for an amount that is less than the lesser of the market valuespecified in the Judgment of foreclosure or the amount of the judgment(s) against said property; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OFSAN ANGELO: That the Mayor of the City of San Angelo is hereby authorized in his capacityas representative of the City of San Angelo, as Trustee to execute a Quitclaim Deed to the abovedescribed lot(s) to VANESSA SIMONE JAMES, a single person, for the consideration of OneThousand One Hundred and 00/100 Dollars ($1,100.00) and that the sale for said amount is alsohereby authorized and approved.APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THE DAY OF , 2012. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ______________________________ Alvin New, MayorAttest:_____________________Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkApproved As to Form: Approved As to Content:______________________ ____________________________Lysia Bowling, City Attorney Roger S. Banks, Purchasing Managerc:usersbryan.kendrickdesktop04-17-123b james resolution.doc
  • NOTICE OF CONFIDENTIALITY RIGHTS: If you are a natural person, you may remove or strikeany or all of the following information from this instrument before it is filed for record in the publicrecords: your social security number or your driver’s license number. Tax-Resale Deed (Property Sold for Less than Adjudged Value or Judgment) Date: __________________________ Grantor: The City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, for itself and as Trustee for itself, Tom Green County, San Angelo Independent School District and County Education District #9 P.O. Box 1751 San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas 76902 Grantee: Vanessa Simone James, a single person 2302 Brown Street San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas 76903 Consideration: Ten and No/100 Dollars ($10.00) and other good and valuable consideration Property (including any improvements): Lot 4, Block 4, Mineola Annex Addition, City of San Angelo, as described in Volume 290, Page 515, Deed Records of Tom Green County, Texas. Acct #20-35000-0004-004-00 Judgment: Judgment for the foreclosure of a tax lien against the Property entered on August 25, 1992, in Cause No. TAX89-0557B by the 119th District Court of Tom Green County, Texas. Sheriff’s Deed: Grantor acquired full legal title to the Property — both for its own benefit and as Trustee for all other taxing authorities entitled to receive proceeds from the sale of the Property under the terms of the Judgment — by Sheriff’s Deed dated February 21, 1996, and recorded in Volume 518 Page 362, Official Public Records of Real Property, Tom Green County, Texas. For the Consideration, Grantor — acting by and through its Mayor, who has been duly authorized to execute this instrument on Grantor’s behalf by resolution and order of Grantor’s City Council recorded in the City Council’s official minutes — hereby quitclaims to Grantee all of Grantors right, title, and interest in and to the Property, to have and to hold it to Grantee and Grantees heirs, successors, and assigns forever. Neither Grantor, nor any other taxing unit interested in the Judgment, nor any other person or entity claiming under them, will have, claim, or demand any right or title to the Property or any part of it. Grantor gives this Tax- Resale Deed without any express or implied warranty whatsoever; and all warranties that might arise by common law and the warranties in §5.023 of the Texas Property Code (or its successor) are hereby specifically excluded. Grantees rights under this deed are subject to the provisions of Chapter 34 of the Texas Tax Code, including, without limitation, any right of redemption remaining in the former owner of the Property; the terms of any recorded restrictive covenants running with the land that were recorded before January 1 of the year in which the tax lien on the property arose; any recorded lien that arose under such restrictive covenants that was not extinguished in the judgment foreclosing the tax lien; and each valid easement of record as of the date of the sale that was recorded before January 1 of the year the tax lien arose.
  • Grantor is selling the Property to Grantee for an amount that is less than the lesser of (1) the marketvalue specified in the Judgment, or (2) the total amount of the Judgment. Each taxing unit that is entitled toreceive proceeds from the sale of the Property has consented to this sale and has authorized this sale by formalresolution. The parties acknowledge that the sale of the Property to Grantee does not constitute a violation ofSection 52, Article III, Texas Constitution. Grantee assumes full payment of any ad valorem taxes for the Property for the current year and allfuture years. When the context requires, singular nouns and pronouns include the plural. GRANTOR: The City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, for itself and as Trustee for any taxing authorities named in the JudgmentATTEST: By: ____________________________ Alvin New, Mayor and duly-authorized agentAlicia Ramirez, City ClerkSTATE OF TEXAS § §COUNTY OF TOM GREEN § This instrument was acknowledged before me on _____________________, 2012, by Alvin New,Mayor and duly-authorized agent of the City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, onbehalf of such corporation and as Trustee for any taxing authorities named in the Judgment identified in theabove instrument. __________________________________ Notary Public, State of TexasAfter Recording, Return To:City Attorney’s Office
  • NOTICE OF CONFIDENTIALITY RIGHTS: If you are a natural person, you may remove or strikeany or all of the following information from this instrument before it is filed for record in the publicrecords: your social security number or your driver’s license number. Tax-Resale Deed (Property Sold for Less than Adjudged Value or Judgment) Date: __________________________ Grantor: The City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, for itself and as Trustee for itself, Tom Green County and San Angelo Independent School District. P.O. Box 1751 San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas 76902 Grantee: Arthur and Gracie Gonzales, husband and wife 612 E. 42nd Street San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas 76903 Consideration: Ten and No/100 Dollars ($10.00) and other good and valuable consideration Property (including any improvements): Lot 14, Block 47, Lake View Addition, an addition to the City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, as described in Volume 263, Page 509, Deed Records of Tom Green County, Texas. Att.#16-30900-0047-013-00 Judgment: Judgment for the foreclosure of a tax lien against the Property entered on June 14, 2007, in Cause No. B-06-0035-T by the 119th District Court of Tom Green County, Texas. Sheriff’s Deed: Grantor acquired full legal title to the Property — both for its own benefit and as Trustee for all other taxing authorities entitled to receive proceeds from the sale of the Property under the terms of the Judgment — by Sheriff’s Deed dated March 31, 2008, and recorded in Instrument Number 649596, Official Public Records, Tom Green County, Texas. For the Consideration, Grantor — acting by and through its Mayor, who has been duly authorized to execute this instrument on Grantor’s behalf by resolution and order of Grantor’s City Council recorded in the City Council’s official minutes — hereby quitclaims to Grantee all of Grantors right, title, and interest in and to the Property, to have and to hold it to Grantee and Grantees heirs, successors, and assigns forever. Neither Grantor, nor any other taxing unit interested in the Judgment, nor any other person or entity claiming under them, will have, claim, or demand any right or title to the Property or any part of it. Grantor gives this Tax- Resale Deed without any express or implied warranty whatsoever; and all warranties that might arise by common law and the warranties in §5.023 of the Texas Property Code (or its successor) are hereby specifically excluded. Grantees rights under this deed are subject to the provisions of Chapter 34 of the Texas Tax Code, including, without limitation, any right of redemption remaining in the former owner of the Property; the terms of any recorded restrictive covenants running with the land that were recorded before January 1 of the year in which the tax lien on the property arose; any recorded lien that arose under such restrictive covenants that was not extinguished in the judgment foreclosing the tax lien; and each valid easement of record as of the date of the sale that was recorded before January 1 of the year the tax lien arose.
  • Grantor is selling the Property to Grantee for an amount that is less than the lesser of (1) the marketvalue specified in the Judgment, or (2) the total amount of the Judgment. Each taxing unit that is entitled toreceive proceeds from the sale of the Property has consented to this sale and has authorized this sale by formalresolution. The parties acknowledge that the sale of the Property to Grantee does not constitute a violation ofSection 52, Article III, Texas Constitution. Grantee assumes full payment of any ad valorem taxes for the Property for the current year and allfuture years. When the context requires, singular nouns and pronouns include the plural. GRANTOR: The City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, for itself and as Trustee for any taxing authorities named in the JudgmentATTEST: By: ____________________________ Alvin New, Mayor and duly-authorized agentAlicia Ramirez, City ClerkSTATE OF TEXAS § §COUNTY OF TOM GREEN § This instrument was acknowledged before me on _____________________, 2012, by Alvin New,Mayor and duly-authorized agent of the City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, onbehalf of such corporation and as Trustee for any taxing authorities named in the Judgment identified in theabove instrument. __________________________________ Notary Public, State of TexasAfter Recording, Return To:
  • Lot 14, Block 47, Lake View AdditionNext to 612 E 42nd Street 50 x 160Copyright 2011 Esri. All rights reserved. Thu Mar 1 2012 10:04:06 AM.
  • PROPERTY ANALYSIS For Tax Resale PropertyLegal Description: Lot 14, Block 47, Lake View Addition, an addition to the City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, as described in Volume 263, Page 509, Deed Records of Tom Green County, Texas.Improved/Unimproved UnimprovedTax Suit Number: B-06-0035-TLocation: 610 E 42nd StreetParcel Size/Dimensions: 50 x 160City of San Angelo vs. Margret J. MitchellTax ID Number: 16-30900-0047-013-00Judgment Date: June 14, 2007Date of Sheriffs Sale: March 4, 2008Sheriffs Deed Recorded: April 7, 2008Adjudge Value: $ 3,799.00Amount of Offer: $ 1,100.00 Amounts Due Priority % of Pro Rata Amounts Fees Judgment Allocations Remainder Allocations DistributedAdministration Fee $ 350.00 $ 350.00 0.00% $ 350.00Maintenance Fee $ - 0.00% $ -District Clerk $ 333.00 $ 333.00 0.00% $ 333.00Sheriffs Fee $ 100.00 $ 100.00 0.00% $ 100.00Attorney Fee $ 275.00 $ 275.00 0.00% $ 275.00Municipal Liens $ 277.00 8.96% $ 3.76 $ 3.76Taxes $ 2,814.00 91.04% $ 38.24 $ 38.24Total $ 1,058.00 $ 3,091.00 $ 1,058.00 100.00% $ 42.00 $ 1,100.00Actual Total Amt Due $ 4,149.00Amount Remaining $ 42.00 Offer will satisfy the court cost and a portion of the taxes and liens.
  • RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SALE OF REAL PROPERTY (Less than Adjudged Value or Judgment) WHEREAS, on the day of , 2012, at a regularly scheduled meeting ofthe City Council of the City of San Angelo, Texas, there was presented to said Council theproposal for the City to sell a parcel of land situated within the city limits of the City of SanAngelo, said parcel being described as follows: Lot 14, Block 47, Lake View Addition, an addition to the City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, as described in Volume 263, Page 509, Deed Records of Tom Green County, Texas. WHEREAS, said lot(s) are held by the City of San Angelo, as Trustee by virtue of Sheriff’sTax Deed, recorded on Instrument Number 649596, of the Official Public Records of RealProperty, Tom Green County, Texas; and WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that it is in the best interest of the City of SanAngelo as Trustee to sell said lot(s) for an amount that is less than the lesser of the market valuespecified in the Judgment of foreclosure or the amount of the judgment(s) against said property. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OFSAN ANGELO: That the Mayor of the City of San Angelo is hereby authorized in his capacityas representative of the City of San Angelo, as Trustee to execute a Quitclaim Deed to the abovedescribed lot(s) to ARTHUR & GRACIE GONZALES, a married couple, for the considerationof One Thousand One Hundred and 00/100 Dollars ($1,100.00) and that the sale for said amountis also hereby authorized and approved.APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THE DAY OF , 2012. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ______________________________ Alvin New, MayorAttest:_____________________Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkApproved As to Form: Approved As to Content:______________________ ____________________________Lysia Bowling, City Attorney Roger S. Banks, Purchasing Managerc:usersbryan.kendrickdesktop04-17-123c gonzales resolution.doc
  • Click here for instructions. City of San AngeloMemo Date: April 10, 2012 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Ron Lewis, Construction and Facilities Maintenance Subject: Consent Agenda Item for April17, 2012 Council Meeting Contact: Ron Lewis, 481.2773 Caption: Consent Consideration of approving an amendment to a contract between the City of San Angelo and Varsity Contractors for Janitorial Services, and authorizing the Mayor and/or City Manager to execute said contract amendment. The City of San Angelo entered into a contract for Janitorial Services with Varsity Contractors in April 2009. The initial term of the contract was for two years with Summary: an optional one year extension. The Contractor was required to notify the City in writing as to their intent to extend the contract for an additional one year term 90 days prior to the end of the initial term (April 30, 2011). Contractor failed to notify. Staff reviewing contract of services found this oversight in March 2012. Staff desires to amend the contract to bring the contract into compliance and extend for an additional six months to accommodate the move back to City Hall and the Community Development Office Building. Staff is presently preparing new specifications to issue an RFB for Janitorial Services by late May 2012. Bids are expected to be received and evaluated later this summer and brought back to City Council for award. History: Building Maintenance and the Purchasing Department prepared RFB: PUR-04-09 for Janitorial Services for several City facilities. The City Council awarded the bid and original contract on April 21, 2009. Financial Impact: $9,567 per month annually budgeted in several different City department accounts. Related Vision Item (if applicable): Other Information/ Staff recommends approval to amend the contract with Varsity Contractors for an Recommendation: additional six months. Attachments: First Amendment, Original Agreement signed, Exhibit “A“ , Exhibit “B” Presentation: NA Publication: NA Reviewed by Emailed to Rick Weise, Assistant City Manager 4-10-2012 Director: Approved by Legal: 4-10-2012 Adopted: 5/30/03 Revised: 6/21/10
  • FIRST AMENDMENT TO JANITORIAL SERVICES AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO and VARSITY CONTRACTORS WHEREAS, the City of San Angelo, Texas (“City”) and Varsity Contractors, Inc. dbaVarsity Contractors (“Contractor”) have previously executed a Janitorial Service Agreement,effective on April 21, 2009 (“Agreement”); and, WHEREAS, City and Contractor wish to amend the terms of the Agreement to extend theinitial term through April 30, 2012 and to provide for an option to extend for an additional sixmonths; and, WHEREAS, the parties wish to amend from time to time by mutual agreed change orderthe scope of services as provided at paragraph number 1. “Services”, and Exhibits “A” and “B” tothe Agreement to designate alternate locations for services to be rendered as City relocates certainoffices and adjusting payment due contractor as necessary to reflect any change in the scope ofservices to be rendered; and, WHEREAS, Contractor desires to amend the notice provision of the Agreement, Paragraphnumber 15 “Notices”: NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises contained herein, City andContractor agree as follows:I. Section 2. “Term” is hereby amended to read as follows: 1
  • “This Agreement shall be in effect from May 1, 2009 through April 30, 2012. Contractor shall have the option to extend the term of this agreement for an additional six months by giving written notice thereof to City prior to expiration of the term as amended.”II, Section 1 “Services” is hereby amended by adding the following paragraph: “The parties shall amend from time to time, by mutually agreed to change order, the scope of services as provided at paragraph number 1. “Services”, and Exhibits “A” and “B” to the Agreement to designate alternate locations for services to be rendered as City relocates certain offices and adjusting payment due contractor as necessary to reflect any change in the scope of services to be rendered.”III. Section 15. ”Notices” shall be amended by re-designating the contact for notice toContractor to read as follows: To Contractor at: Varsity Contractors Attn: Michael Franssen, District Manager 1250 S. Capital of Texas, Bldg 3,Ste 400 Austin, TX 76903IV. All provisions of the Janitorial Service Agreement dated April 21, 2009, attached as Exhibit“C”, not amended by this First Amendment are adopted by reference thereto as if fully set forthherein and shall remain in full force and effect during the amended term of this Agreement and forany extension thereof. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this First Amendment toJanitorial Service Agreement to be executed in duplicate. 2
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  • CITY OF SAN ANGELOATTEST: By : Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Michael Dane, Interim City Manager VARSITY CONTRACTORS, INC.ATTEST: BY: 4
  • FIRST AMENDMENT TO JANITORIAL SERVICE AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN CITY OF SAN ANGELO AND VARSITY CONTRACTORS, INC.APPROVED AS TO CONTENT APPROVED AS TO FORM______________________________ __________________________________Ron Lewis, Facilities/Maintenance Lysia H. Bowling. City AttorneyManager 5
  • City of San AngeloMemo Date: April 5, 2012 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Lisa Marley, Director of Human Resources & Risk Management Subject: Agenda Item for April 17, 2012 Council Meeting Caption: Administrative Item Consideration of Civil Service Commission nomination by City Manager and approval by City Council. Summary: In January 2012, Royce Burrows resigned as Commissioner of the Civil Service Commission having served on the Commission since 2006. A search has been underway to fill that vacancy. Presently Raul Lopez and Teresa Special are appointed to the Commission with term expiration dates of January 2013 and January 2014, respectively. At present, there is one vacancy on the three-member Commission. History: In accordance with the Local Government Code 143, members of the Civil Service Commission are appointed by the City Manager and approved by the City Council. The term of office for each Commissioner is a three (3) year term. There is no term limitation for Commission members. The principle role of the Commission is to hear appeals on disciplinary actions, terminations or promotional examinations with the focus being on whether or not the civil service rules and regulations are being obeyed. Financial Impact: None. Other Information/Recommendation: All Commissioners shall be of good moral character, a citizen of the United States, a resident citizen of San Angelo, shall have resided in San Angelo for a period of more than three (3) years, shall be over the age of twenty-five (25) years, and shall not have held any public office within the preceding three (3) years. Having met these requirements, it is recommended that Rhea Cooke be approved as Commissioner. Attachments: • Application for Boards & Commissions for Rhea Cooke. Reviewed by Service Area Director: Lisa Marley, Director of Human Resources & Risk Management, April 5, 2012.
  • City of San AngeloMemo Meeting Date: April 3, 2012 To: City Council members From: Kari LeBoeuf, Planner Subject: PD 12-02, a request for a zone change from a combination of Low-Rise Multifamily Residential (RM-1), General Commercial (CG), and General Commercial/Heavy Commercial (CG/CH) to Planned Development (PD) District to allow for the expansion of the Shannon Downtown Medical Campus. Location: 120 East Harris Avenue encompassing the area known as the Shannon Medical Center Downtown, more specifically being Shannon Medical Center Downtown, Block 22A, Section 1, Lot A, Shannon Medical Center Downtown, Block 1, Section 2, Lot A, Shannon Medical Center Downtown, Block 15A, Section 1, Lot A, Frary Addition, Block 2, Lots 1 thru 4, San Angelo Addition, Block 5, Lots 16 thru 20, San Angelo Addition, Block 21, Lots 1, 2, 5, 9, 10, 15 thru 20, the west 26.4’ of Lot 3, and the west 25’ of Lot 6, San Angelo Addition, Block 21½, Lot 1, San Angelo Addition, Block 22½, Lots 3 thru 12, Upton Addition, Block 22½, Lots 20-24 and the west 75’ of Lot 19, Miles Acre Lots, 22½, Lots 31 and 32, in central San Angelo Purpose: To allow for the cohesive expansion of Shannon Medical Center Downtown and associated accessory uses. Contacts: Dale Droll, Shannon representative 325-657-8233 Kari LeBoeuf, Planner 325-657-4210 AJ Fawver, Planning Manager 325-657-4210
  • Summary: The City Council may: (1) approve the proposed planned development as presented;or (2) modify the application to another zoning district believed to be more appropriate; or (3) modify the proposed planned development with additional conditions believed to be more appropriate; or (4) deny the proposed planned development.Recommendation: Planning Commission, by a unanimous vote of 7-0, andPlanning staff recommends approving the proposed Planned Development.History and Background:General Information Existing Zoning: a combination of General Commercial/Heavy Commercial (CG/CH), General Commercial (CG), and Low-Rise Multifamily Residential (RM-1) Existing Land Use: Hospitals, medical offices, parking lots Surrounding Zoning/Land Use: North: RM-1 Central High Freshman Campus West: CBD First Christian Church, Shannon parking lots South: CG/CH Shannon parking lots & clinic, Residences East: CG/CH Various commercial activities Thoroughfares/Streets: Beauregard Avenue is classified as an “arterial” street and is designed to carry heavy traffic throughout the downtown. Main Street is classified as an “arterial” street and is designed to carry heavy traffic throughout the city. Harris Avenue is classified as an “arterial” street and is designed to carry heavy traffic throughout the city. Oakes Street is classified as a “local” street. This street carries a fair amount of traffic like a
  • “collector” but at the slower speed of a “local” street. Magdalen Street is classified as a “local” street and is designed to carry light traffic and slower speeds. College Avenue is classified as a “local” street and is designed to carry light traffic and slower speeds. Koberlin Street is classified as a “local” street and is designed to carry light traffic and slower speeds. Woodrow Street is classified as a “local” street and is designed to carry light traffic and slower speeds.Zoning History: This area has been zoned for commercial and multi-family residential use since at least 1969.Applicable Regulations: Zoning Ordinance Section 306.A.1. “The purposes of the Planned Development District include…allow diversification of uses, structures, and open spaces and to promote flexibility of design in a manner compatible with existing and allowed uses of land on adjacent properties.” Section 306.A.4. “The purposes of the Planned Development District include…promote the efficient use of land to facilitate a more economic arrangement of buildings, uses of land and utilities.” Section 306.A.5. “The purposes of the Planned Development District include…promote the development of vacant property within the presently developed urban area.” Section 306.B.1. Allowed uses include “Any use or combination of uses otherwise authorized by these zoning regulations…if such use or uses is consistent with, and meets the standards for, the concept plan and PD District approved by the City Council. Allowable uses shall be listed in a use schedule in the specific ordinance establishing each PD District.”
  • Section 306.B.2. “It is intended that PD Districts conform as closely as possible to established zoning and subdivision regulations while still allowing maximum flexibility of design to make planned developments as desirable as possible.” Section 306.B.3. “Conditions specified for the development of a PD District shall be construed as conditions precedent to the granting of a Certificate of Occupancy by the Building Official and compliance as required by the City of San Angelo.” Section 505.A.1. “If a Planned Development District ordinance does not establish specific guidelines for land uses, landscaping, facade treatment, screening, setbacks, signage, parking, etc., then the minimum standards of the most similar district shall apply, based on an interpretation by the Planning Director.”Vision Plan Map: DowntownComp Plan Excerpts: Comprehensive Plan 2009 Update Discovery, The Place, Institutional Campuses: “institutions in cities the size of San Angelo are typically the sole identity driver for the districts and neighborhoods where they are located. As such, the area immediately in and around the anchor assumes that identity as their theme.” Discovery, The Place, Institutional Campuses: “institutions are largely ignoring the community around them and effectively operating as islands. Significant opportunities exist to reach out and create districts with complementary and auxiliary uses that lend themselves to more attractive, pedestrian- friendly, walkable environments.” Vision Plan, Vision Plan Summary, Campus/Institutional, College/University Campus: Goal 1: Purpose: “To improve the standing of community centers and public facilities as pillars of their local neighborhoods and central features of the community as a whole.” Visioning, Sub-District Concepts, Concept 3- Isolated Institutional Campuses: “institutions, both academic and health care, have historically focused on, and master planned, entirely within their own boundaries…a select few cutting-
  • edge institutions have re-oriented theirconsciousness, seeking out opportunities to be a“good neighbor,” to plan beyond their walls, andfacilitate development of mixed-use environmentswithin and adjacent to their boundaries.”Visioning, Sub-District Concepts, Concept 3-Isolated Institutional Campuses:“The City of San Angelo, together with…medicalproviders (key institutions), could plan a series ofcampus environments beyond the “institutionalwalls,” allowing for a seamless and essentialtransition to adjacent neighborhoods.”Visioning, Sub-District Concepts, Concept 3-Isolated Institutional Campuses:“The medical industry has been and will continue tobe an important part of San Angelo’s economy. Thequality of health care and ease of access to it ismentioned repeatedly as a factor of quality-of-life inSan Angelo.”Visioning, Sub-District Concepts, Concept 3-Isolated Institutional Campuses:Urban Design Elements to move Shannon towardbeing a good neighbor:“New uses balanced with complementary auxiliaryuses that employees and guests of hospitals lookfor;”“Hospital expansion areas;”“Pedestrian-friendly streetscape and publicplaces;”“Landscape ordinance;”Downtown, Revitalization Strategies, Strategy 5-Medical/Educational Campus:“In an effort to connect neighborhoods andcommercial areas to…community anchors,institutions like Shannon Hospital should transitioninto more campus-like environments.”Downtown, Catalyst Concepts, Catalyst 3-Shannon Medical District Infill:“Shannon Medical Center…this institutionalassemblage is the primary identity driver in thisportion of Downtown and, as such, is potentiallythe primary catalyst for change in an area largelydominated by parking lots, excessive paving, anddilapidated structures. With expansion of theirfacilities highly likely, and given the sensitivenature of Shannon’s location in Downtown andadjacency to fragile interior neighborhoods,
  • growth should be planned carefully and deliberately.” Downtown, Catalyst Concepts, Catalyst 3- Shannon Medical District Infill: Urban Design Elements for Catalyst 3: “Buildings used to scatter parking in multiple directions of the hospital, minimizing distances;” “Internalized parking within the block and shared with complementary uses;” “Improved “campus” environment;” “Improved streetscapes, continuous sidewalks, and pocket parks;” “Range of housing opportunities for both patients and employees near the hospital, including lofts, townhomes, and live-work/home-office units;” “Loft buildings and townhomes, office space for medical practices and supporting commercial;” “Establish district boundaries;” “Evaluate potential for land assemblages” Special Information Traffic Concerns: Though an expansion could increase traffic through downtown, the streets are fully improved and an increase in traffic will make for a more viable downtown for all businesses and visitors. Parking Requirements: Please see draft ordinance Section 8 Parking Provided: Yes Notification Required: Yes Notifications Sent: 42 Responses in Favor: Responses in Opposition:Analysis: In order to approve this request, the City Council members are first required to find: 1. Compatible with Plans and Policies. Whether the proposed amendment is compatible with the Comprehensive Plan and any other land use policies adopted by the Planning Commission or City Council.
  • 2. Consistent with Zoning Ordinance. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment would conflict with any portion of this Zoning Ordinance.3. Compatible with Surrounding Area. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment is compatible with existing and proposed uses surrounding the subject land and is the appropriate zoning district for the land.4. Changed Conditions. Whether and the extent to which there are changed conditions that require an amendment.5. Effect on Natural Environment. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment would result in significant adverse impacts on the natural environment, including but not limited to water and air quality, noise, storm water management, wildlife, vegetation, wetlands and the practical functioning of the natural environment.6. Community Need. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment addresses a demonstrated community need.7. Development Patterns. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment would result in a logical and orderly pattern of urban development in the community.The staff recommendation is based upon the statements listed below. Planning Commission and Planning staff are recommending approval of this Planned Development (PD) District for several reasons. This proposed PD is compatible with the plans and policies of the City of San Angelo, is consistent with the City’s Zoning Ordinance, and will be compatible with the surrounding downtown area. This proposed PD will also fit in well with the development patterns the city desires in the downtown area as called for and illustrated in the Comprehensive Plan and the Vision Map. Section 306.A. of the Zoning Ordinance speaks to the several purposes of a Planned Development (PD) District, specifically stating that such districts should, “promote the efficient use of land to facilitate a more economic arrangement of buildings, uses of land and utilities” and “promote the development of vacant property within the presently developed urban area.” This proposed PD will accomplish these purposes by providing standards that offer the flexibility a campus needs to effectively and efficiently utilize its property, while ensuring that it is developed cohesively. Creating a PD for the Shannon campus will ensure that standards are in place that will benefit not only Shannon but also the community as a whole. Simply extending the Central Business District (CBD) zoning to encompass Shannon hospital and it’s various related buildings is not advisable as the CBD has some standards that would be detrimental to the citizens if allowed on the Shannon property. For example, the CBD does not require any off-street parking. This would obviously have a serious and detrimental effect on the downtown if Shannon did provide its own parking. This is one of several CBD regulations that necessitate a Planned Development for Shannon. Another purpose of a PD, as stated in
  • Section 306.A.1., is to “allow diversification of uses, structures, and open spaces and to promote flexibility of design in a manner compatible with existing and allowed uses of land on adjacent properties.” Zoning Ordinance section 306.B.1. states that allowed uses for a PD include, “Any use or combination of uses otherwise authorized by these zoning regulations…if such use or uses is consistent with, and meets the standards for, the concept plan and PD District approved by the City Council.” The Comprehensive Plan calls for facilities like Shannon to “transition into more campus-like environments” while striving “to improve the standing of community centers and public facilities as pillars of their local neighborhoods and central features of the community as a whole” and to be a “good neighbor.” One of the most prominent strategies outlined in the Comprehensive Plan to accomplish these goals is “to reach out and create districts with complementary and auxiliary uses that lend themselves to more attractive, pedestrian-friendly, walkable environments.” Another very important strategy is to plan “campus environments beyond the “institutional walls,” allowing for a “seamless and essential transition to adjacent neighborhoods.” Other strategies include, “pedestrian-friendly streetscape[s] and public place[s],” and a “landscape ordinance.” This proposed PD is an attempt to create a cohesive, distinctive, attractive campus environment that complements the surrounding downtown area, while moving toward full utilization of the vacant urban property that Shannon owns. The draft ordinance’s Section 5 lists several primary and accessory uses that Planning staff has determined are appropriate for a hospital campus. Section 11 of the draft ordinance outlines landscape standards for the campus. The draft ordinance also sets standards for the building facades, signage, parking and loading space, and other development standards that will fit in well with downtown. This proposed PD will result in changed conditions that will benefit the community as a whole as the Comprehensive Plan reports that, “The medical industry has been and will continue to be an important part of San Angelo’s economy. The quality of health care and ease of access to it is mentioned repeatedly as a factor of quality-of-life in San Angelo.” The various lots within this proposed PD boundaries currently have different zoning classifications and, therefore, different regulations for each lot which makes cohesive development of Shannon difficult. A PD for the campus will benefit those who work at and use Shannon as well as those within the downtown. This proposed PD could also have a positive impact on the natural environment as extensive landscaping is proposed throughout the campus. It will also have a positive impact on the pedestrian environment as a walkable, easily navigable campus with landscaping and other pedestrian amenities will make for a pleasant pedestrian experience. For all of the reasons stated above, the Planning Commission and the Planning staff is recommending approval of the proposed Planned Development District for the Shannon Medical Center Downtown.Proposed Conditions Please see draft ordinance.
  • Attachments: excerpt from zoning map, showing the general location within the City of San Angelo; excerpt from zoning map, highlighting subject property; aerial photo, highlighting subject property; draft ordinance;Presentation: AJ Fawver, Planning ManagerReviewed by: AJ Fawver, Planning Manager (enter a date here)
  • AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WHICH SAID EXHIBIT “A” OF CHAPTER 12 ADOPTS ZONING REGULATIONS, USE DISTRICTS AND A ZONING MAP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: 120 East Harris Avenue, encompassing the area known as the Shannon Downtown Medical Campus, more specifically being Shannon Medical Center Downtown, Block 22A, Section 1, Lot A, Shannon Medical Center Downtown Block 1, Section 2, Lot A, Shannon Medical Center Downtown, Block 15A, Section 1, Lot A, Frary Addition, Block 2, Lots 1 thru 4, San Angelo Addition, Block 5, Lots 16 thru 20, San Angelo Addition, Block 21, Lots 1, 2, 5, 9, 10, 15 thru 20, the west 26.4’ of Lot 3, and the west 25’ of Lot 6, San Angelo Addition, Block 21½, Lot 1, San Angelo Addition, Block 22½, Lots 3 thru 12, Upton Addition, Block 22½, Lots 20-24 and the west 75’ of Lot 19, Miles Acre Lots, 22½, Lots 31 and 32, in central San Angelo; a zone change from a combination of Low-Rise Multifamily Residential (RM-1), General Commercial (CG), and General Commercial/Heavy Commercial (CG/CH) to Planned Development (PD) District; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTYRE: PD 12-02: Shannon Medical Center WHEREAS, the Planning Commission for the City of San Angelo and the governingbody for the City of San Angelo, in compliance with the charter and the state law withreference to zoning regulations and a zoning map, have given requisite notice by publicationand otherwise, and after holding hearings and affording a full and fair hearing to all propertyowners and persons interested, generally, and to persons situated in the affected area andin the vicinity thereof, is of the opinion that zoning changes should be made as set outherein; NOW THEREFORE,BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO: SECTION 1: That the basic zoning ordinance for the City of San Angelo, as enacted by the governing body for the City of San Angelo on January 4, 2000 and included within Chapter 12 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo, be and the same is hereby amended insofar as the property hereinafter set forth, and said ordinance generally and the zoning map shall be amended insofar as the property hereinafter described: 120 East Harris Avenue encompassing the area known as the Shannon Medical Center Downtown, more specifically being Shannon Medical Center Downtown, Block 22A, Section 1, Lot A, Shannon Medical Center Downtown, Block 1, Section 2, Lot A, Shannon Medical Center Downtown, Block 15A, Section 1, Lot A, Frary Addition, Block 2, Lots 1 thru 4, San Angelo Addition, Block 5, Lots 16 thru 20, San Angelo Addition, Block 21, Lots 1, 2, 5, 9, 10, 15 thru 20, the west 26.4’ of Lot 3, and the west 25’ of Lot 6, San Angelo Addition, Block
  • 21½, Lot 1, San Angelo Addition, Block 22½, Lots 3 thru 12, Upton Addition, Block22½, Lots 20-24 and the west 75’ of Lot 19, Miles Acre Lots, 22½, Lots 31 and 32, incentral San Angelo shall henceforth be permanently zoned as follows: PlannedDevelopment (PD) District for a medical facilities campus.The Director of Planning is hereby directed to correct zoning district maps in theoffice of the Director of Planning, to reflect the herein described changes in zoning.SECTION 2: That in all other respects, the use of the hereinabove describedproperty shall be subject to all applicable regulations contained in Chapter 12 of theCode of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo, as amended.SECTION 3: That the following severability clause is adopted with this amendment:SEVERABILITY:The terms and provisions of this Ordinance shall be deemed to be severable in that,if any portion of this Ordinance shall be declared to be invalid, the same shall notaffect the validity of the other provisions of this Ordinance.SECTION 4: That the following penalty clause is adopted with this amendment:PENALTY:Any person who violates any provisions of this article shall be guilty of amisdemeanor and, upon conviction, shall be subject to a fine as provided for inSection 1.106 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo. Each day ofsuch violation shall constitute a separate offense.SECTION 5: That the following are approved as allowed uses for the propertypreviously described:A. Hospitals. Such use provides medical and/or surgical care to patients and offers overnight care for said patients.B. Medical office buildings. Such use provides medical and/or surgical care to patients with no overnight care provided for said patients.C. Parking garages. Such use provides for a multi-story structure for parking for the exclusive use of staff, trainees, patients, and their visitors.D. Housing facilities for staff or trainees. Such use shall provide living quarters for the exclusive use of staff and/or trainees.
  • E. Housing facilities for visiting family of patients. Such use provides short-term (less than 30 days) living quarters for the visiting family of patients in care.F. Accessory uses. Such uses shall be functionally connected with the operation of a medical facilities campus and therefore are approved for the property previously described, so long as they remain “accessory” as defined in SECTION 8 below: I. parking for emergency vehicles that service the medical facilities; II. offices to serve the allowed uses of the medical campus for the exclusive use of staff and/or trainees; III. laboratories for the exclusive use of staff and/or trainees; IV. teaching facilities for the exclusive use of staff and/or trainees; V. maintenance facilities to service the medical campus for the exclusive use of staff and/or trainees; VI. food and beverage sales to exclusively service staff, trainees, patients, and their visitors; VII. retail goods sales to exclusively service staff, trainees, patients, and their visitors; VIII. religious institutions and services to exclusively service staff, trainees, patients, and their visitors; IX. day care to provide care, protection, and supervision for children and/or adults to exclusively service staff, trainees, patients, and their visitors; and X. meeting areas for medical-related discussion;SECTION 6: Building façade standards for the Shannon Medical Center-Downtown shall include the following:A. Building facades shall be consistent and unified in architectural style, color palette, materials, and detailed ornamental features as detailed in Exhibit A.B. Building entrances shall be clearly defined through architectural details, materials, and/or ornamental features, and highly visible.
  • C. Exterior materials shall be limited to the following: 1. Brick; 2. Stucco (cementitous finish only); 3. Architectural concrete masonry; 4. Hardiplank or similar cementitious siding; 5. Field stone, ledge stone, or other native veneer; 6. Cast stone (for lintels, trim elements, and ornamentation); and 7. Metal (for beams, lintels, trim elements, and ornamentation).D. Additional building façade material types may be approved at the discretion of the Planning Director.SECTION 7: Development standards for the Shannon Medical Center-Downtownshall include the following:A. Maximum floor area ratio for each lot shall not exceed 4.0.B. Setbacks (front, side, and rear) for all structures shall be 0 feet, or 10’ if abutting a residential district or use.C. Outdoor storage shall not exceed 5 percent of the total area of each lot.D. The following features shall be fully screened from public view: 1. Outdoor storage; and 2. Mechanical equipment.E. The following features shall be at least partially screened from street view by landscaping (as detailed in SECTION 11), by benches and other street furniture, or by the use of landscaping along with berms, walls, or decorative fences, as approved by the Planning Director: 1. Water quality control facilities; 2. Stormwater drainage facilities; 3. Metal buildings less than 1200 square feet; and 4. Areas where vehicles are moved, loaded, parked, or stored.F. Screening shall be of a natural material coordinating with building facades shown in Exhibit A and listed in Section 6.C. of this ordinance or landscaping as detailed in SECTION 11 of this ordinance.G. Metal buildings less than 1200 square feet shall be allowed.H. Opaque metal fences shall not be allowed.
  • SECTION 8: Off-street parking standards for the Shannon Medical Center-Downtown shall be consistent with these standards as outlined in Chapter 9 of theZoning Ordinance:A. Hospitals: 1 parking space per 4 patient beds, and 1 parking space per staff doctor, and 1 parking space per 4 employees.B. Medical office buildings: 1 parking space per 300 square feet.C. Housing facilities for staff or trainees: 1 parking space per residential unit.D. Housing facilities for visiting families of patients: 1 parking space per residential unit.E. Accessory uses shall not require off-street parking.SECTION 9: Loading space standards for the Shannon Medical Center Downtownshall be as follows:A. Every nonresidential building having at least 20,000 square feet of gross floor area shall have a minimum of one off-street loading space, with one additional off-street loading space for each additional 60,000 square feet of gross floor area or major fraction thereof.B. Each required off-street loading space shall be not less than 10’ in width, 45’ in length, and 14’ in height.C. Each required off-street loading space shall be located entirely outside of public rights-of-way for streets and alleys and entirely on the same lot as the building to which it is accessory.D. No open area in a required off-street loading area shall be consistently encroached upon by any other use.E. In no case shall off-street parking spaces be used to satisfy off-street loading space requirements.F. Off-street loading space off of an alley shall not requiring screening as detailed in Section 7.E.
  • SECTION 10: All signage for the Shannon Medical Center Downtown shall conformto the following:A. Off-site signage shall not be permitted.B. Freestanding pole signs shall not be permitted.C. Freestanding signs shall not exceed 30 feet in height or 75 square feet in area.D. All signage shall be of materials and colors as shown in Exhibit B or of a natural material and color coordinating with building facades shown in Exhibit A and listed in Section 6.C. of this ordinance.E. Freestanding monument signs: I. maximum signage area shall not exceed 1.5 square feet per 1 linear foot of street frontage per lot; II. may be placed at any angle; III. must be set back at least 5 feet from any internal side lot line; IV. may have a setback of 0 feet from any right-of-way pavement edge; V. shall not exceed 3 feet in height if placed within 10 feet of any right-of- way pavement edge; VI. shall not exceed 3 feet in height if placed within a 30 foot sight triangle of the intersection of two converging property lines;F. Attached signs (canopy, awning, fascia, projecting, sloping roof signs): I. maximum signage area may be up to 25 percent of the area of the wall to which the sign(s) is(are) attached; II. shall not extend more than 5 feet above the roofline of the building to which it is attached; III. shall not extend more than 5 feet above the top of the wall to which it is attached;
  • IV. signs projecting over any public rights-of-way that are larger than 16 square feet must be approved by the City Council after notice and public hearing to consider any potentially detrimental effects; V. signs projecting over the public rights-of-way that are less than 16 square feet shall maintain a distance of at least 18 inches from the curb line or street edge, if no curb exists; VI. signs projecting over the public rights-of-way that are less than 16 square feet shall maintain a minimum height of 9 feet from the grade level to the bottom of the sign;SECTION 11: Landscaping standards for the Shannon Medical CenterDowntown shall be as follows:A. Xeriscaping and water use reduction strategies shall be incorporated into overall landscape design through the use of drought tolerant plant species native and well suited to West Texas.B. Landscaped areas may include planters, brick, stone, natural forms, or other landscape features that provide a park-like setting.C. Landscaped areas, or plants, adjacent to pavement must be protected with a concrete curb or equivalent barrier such as: 1. Asphalt curbs; 2. Railroad ties (anchored); 3. Rock or stone curbs (anchored); or 4. Wheelstops (anchored).D. Landscaping plant material shall be of healthy stock, be native and naturalized, and have low water requirements.E. Dying or diseased landscaping plant material shall be replaced with an equivalent plant material.F. Adequate soil depth and width to encourage healthy growth shall be provided.G. Shannon Medical Center Downtown shall be responsible for the irrigation of all required landscape areas and plant materials, utilizing one or a combination of the following methods: 1. An automatic or manual underground irrigation system; 2. A drip irrigation system; 3. A rainwater capture system or equivalent; or
  • 4. Any other comparable method.H. Landscaped areas planted with native grasses and wildflowers may use a temporary and above ground irrigation system and shall be required to provide irrigation only for the first 2 growing seasons.I. Irrigation methods used shall: 1. Provide a moisture level in an amount and frequency adequate to sustain growth of the plant material on a permanent basis; and 2. Be maintained and kept operational at all times to provide for efficient water distribution.J. No irrigation shall be required for undisturbed natural areas or undisturbed existing trees.K. On-ground parking lots shall have no less than 20 percent of the square footage landscaped.L. Parking lot landscaping shall be located entirely within the boundaries of the parking lot as follows: 1. Landscaping boundaries; 2. Landscaping medians; 3. Landscaping islands; and 4. Landscaping peninsulas.M. All landscaping plants located in or immediately adjacent to vehicular use areas shall, at maturity, be as follows: 1. Shrubs and other plant material shall be a maximum of 36 inches in height. 2. Trees shall have a minimum 72 inch clearance from grade to the lowest branches.SECTION 12: Except as otherwise specified or limited elsewhere in this ordinance,the use and development of the Shannon Medical Center Downtown shall generallyconform to Central Business (CBD) District zoning standards. All activities shall belimited to those associated with the operation of a medical facilities campus asdetermined by the Planning Director for the City of San Angelo.
  • INTRODUCED on the 3rd day of April, 2012 and finally PASSED, APPROVED ANDADOPTED on this the 17th day of April, 2012. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO by:____________________________________ Alvin New, MayorATTEST:by:________________________________ Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkApproved As To Content: Approved As To Form:_________________________ ________________________AJ Fawver, Planning Manager Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney
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  • City of San AngeloMemo Date: April 5, 2012 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Lisa Marley, Director of Human Resources & Risk Management Subject: Agenda Item for April 17, 2012 Council Meeting Caption: Consent Item Consideration of adopting a Resolution to authorize Roth Annual Deferrals by participants in the Hartford Variable Annuity Deferred Compensation Plan 457(b) by amending the plan document. Summary: As a continuing effort to enhance investment options with The Hartford Deferred Compensation Plan, Roth Annual Deferrals are now being offered through The Hartford. In order to accept this option for employee investments, the current plan document must be amended. History: In January 1980, the City Council adopted the Hartford Variable Annuity Deferred Compensation Plan as a 457(b) investment choice for fulltime city employees. 457(b) plans serve as an incentive to voluntarily set aside and invest portions of their current income to meet their future financial requirements and supplement their City retirement and Social Security at no cost to the City. Financial Impact: None. Attachments: Resolution. Reviewed by Service Area Director: Lisa Marley, Director of Human Resources & Risk Management, April 5, 2012.
  • A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO DECLARING THE INTENTION OF THE CITY TO CONTINUE THE HARTFORD VARIABLE ANNUITY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN; RESERVING THE RIGHT TO TERMINATE OR AMEND THE PLAN AT ANY TIME; AND, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER, OR INTERIM CITY MANAGER, OR HIS DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE SUCH DOCUMENTS AS HE MAY DEEM NECESSARY OR DESIRABLE TO CARRY OUT THE INTENT OF THIS RESOLUTION AND REQUIRED UNDER THE PLAN TO MAKE THE PLAN FULLY EFFECTIVE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ITS TERMS WHEREAS, on January 15, 1980, the City Council resolved to adopt the Hartford VariableAnnuity Life Insurance Company Deferred Compensation Plan, which Plan has remained in effect andhas been available to all eligible City employees and elected officials; and, WHEREAS, substantial tax benefits may accrue to employees and elected officials participatingin the Plan; and, WHEREAS, such benefits act as an incentive to City employees to voluntarily set aside andinvest portions of their current income to meet their future financial requirements and supplement theirCity retirement and Social Security at no cost to the City; and, WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that continuation of the Plan would be beneficial tothe City and its eligible employees and officials; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANANGELO, TEXAS THAT:(1) The findings set out in the preamble are in all things approved and incorporated herein as if fully set forth.(2) The City Council does hereby declare the intention of the City of San Angelo to continue the Hartford Variable Annuity Life Insurance Company Deferred Compensation Plan from and after December 1, 2011, reserving the right to terminate or amend the Plan at any time.(3) The City Manager, or Interim City Manager, or his designee are hereby jointly and severally authorized to take such actions and to execute such documents as they deem necessary or desirable in order to carry out the intent of the foregoing resolution and required under the Plan to make the Plan fully effective in accordance with its tem and intent.(4) The meeting at which this resolution was approved was in all things conducted in strict compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551.
  • (5) This resolution shall become effective from and after its passage.PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED this _______ day of , 2012.CITY OF SAN ANGELO ATTESTBy ___________________________________ _____________________________ Alvin New, Mayor Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkAPPROVED AS TO CONTENT APPROVED AS TO FORMLisa Marley, Director of Human Resources Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney
  • City of San AngeloMemo Date: April 13, 2012 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Carl White, Parks and Recreation Director Subject: Agenda Item for April 17, 2012, Council Meeting Contact: Carl White, Parks and Recreation Director, 657-4450 or 234-1724 Caption: Regular Agenda Item Consideration of approving a license agreement with the San Angelo Health Foundation for the construction of a trail along the south bank of the North Concho River between Irving Street and City-owned property east of Koenigheim Street (U.S. Hwy 87, North) as part of the River Improvement Project and authorizing the Mayor, City Manager or designee to execute said agreement. Summary: Staff recommends approval of a license agreement with the San Angelo Health Foundation for the construction of a trail along the south bank of the North Concho River between Irving Street and City-owned property east of Koenigheim Street (U.S. Hwy 87, North) as part of the River Improvement Project and authorizing the Mayor, City Manager or designee to execute said agreement. Approval of this agreement would allow for the construction of a trail section on the south side of the river (along San Angelo Health Foundation property), connecting the Visitors’ Center to Irving Street. This would allow the public the option to follow the river on both sides along this section. Basic items of the agreement include a 20-year lease with automatic 1-year renewals, termination clause, termination fee schedule for the first five years, a 15’ wide area along the river and clarification that the use of the trail and property does not establish use as a public park. The cost of this trail is $25,000 (from half-cent sales tax revenues dedicated to the river and trail improvement project) and would be constructed with in-house and/or TDCJ labor. Funding for construction of this trail section would come from a credit in the amount of $79,730 we would receive from removing this construction item from our river improvement project base bid. The remaining $54,730 would be used to construct a new concrete trail section on our property connecting the existing river trail terminus at Bell Street to the playground and river overlook area at the Texas Bank Sports Complex or to South Concho Park. Either of these trail connections could be used in order to meet requirements of the $200,000 Texas Trails Grant we received in February 2010 for the river improvement project. This grant includes $40,000 City half-cent sales tax matching funds and $160,000 state funds. The grant requires that 5,000 linear feet of existing trails be renovated and 3,275 linear feet of new river trails be constructed by August 2013. We initially proposed that the SAHF trail section (1,250 lf.) be used to help meet the grant requirements. We now propose that the new trail section connecting to the sports
  • complex or South Concho Park be used.History: Council discussed the possibility of a license agreement with the San Angelo Health Foundation for construction of this trail at the January 17, 2012 meeting. Consideration of the matter was tabled in order to make a few modifications to the agreement. The terms in this version of the agreement are consistent with Council’s direction at the last meeting. The River Improvement project began early October and will continue until summer of 2013, with the core downtown area being mostly completed around early summer of 2012.Financial Impact: There is no new cost for development of these two trail sections. Annual maintenance for both trail sections is estimated at an additional $5,300/year.Related Vision Item Develop sidewalks and bicycle facilities and increase unstructured recreational opportunities in lieu of programmed activities.(if applicable):Other Information/ Staff recommends approval of the license agreement along with approval toRecommendation: proceed with construction of the new trail section connecting the existing river trail with the Texas Bank Sports Complex.Attachments: License Agreement.Presentation: Verbal and PowerPointPublication: N/AReviewed by Rick Weise, Assistant City Manager, April 4, 2012.Director:Approved by Legal: City Attorney Lysia H. Bowling
  • City of San AngeloMemo Date: April 13, 2012 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Subject: Agenda Item for April 17, 2012 Council Meeting Contact: Michael Dane, Interim City Manager Matt Lewis, San Angelo Area Foundation Caption: Discussion and consideration of adopting a Resolution Authorizing the Interim City Manager or his designee to negotiate and execute a Development and Operating Agreement for Performing Arts Campus by and between the City Of San Angelo and the San Angelo Performing Arts Coalition (SAPAC) relating to creation of the Performing Arts Center and Campus which will include the City Auditorium; providing for management services by SAPAC; providing for the use of office space by SAPAC within city hall building; providing for funding responsibilities of the parties; and providing for related matters. Summary: At its regular meeting on October 18, 2011, the San Angelo City Council heard a presentation by Susan Brooks, SAPAC President, and Matt Lewis, President of the San Angelo Area Foundation. The discussion centered on the future development of SAPAC in what is commonly referred to as the “old Coke Warehouse,” and the role of the City Auditorium as the centerpiece for the performing arts campus. In addition, staff presented Council with a number of unfunded improvements necessary in the City Auditorium. Council directed staff to negotiate a contract with SAPAC for management and operations of the City Auditorium. (The office space is offered as consideration to the management and operations of the Auditorium. SAPAC will still be responsible for all utilities, etc. associated with their office use.) The proposed Operational Agreement provides an opportunity for SAPAC to create a maintenance/equipment fund for future improvements to the Auditorium through a ticket fee placed on each ticket sold by SAPAC for all performances held in the City Auditorium during the term of the Agreement. History: N/A Financial Impact: No direct impact to the general fund, as SAPAC will be responsible for all utilities for its office space. In addition, ticketing fees levied by SAPAC will be directed by contract to a future maintenance/equipment fund for the Auditorium. Other Information/ Staff recommends approval of an operating agreement between the City of San Recommendation: Angelo and SAPAC. Attachments: Written Resolution and Draft Agreement REVISED 03/05/12 Presentation: Oral and visual presentation by City Manager Harold Dominguez Publication: N/A Reviewed by Asst. City Managers Elizabeth Grindstaff and Rick Weise Director:
  • Approved by Legal: Asst. City Attorney Dan Saluri
  • DRAFT 03/05/12 DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATING AGREEMENT FOR PERFORMING ARTS CAMPUS BY AND BETWEEN THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AND THE SAN ANGELO PERFORMING ARTS COALITION This Development Agreement for Performing Arts Campus (“Agreement”) effective ________________, 2012, by and between The City of San Angelo, Texas, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation situated in Tom Green County, Texas (“City”), and the San Angelo Performing Arts Coalition (“SAPAC”), a Texas non-profit corporation, which is made up of the following members: San Angelo Symphony Society, Inc., a Texas non-profit corporation (“Symphony”), San Angelo Civic Theatre (d/b/a Angelo Civic Theatre), a Texas non-profit corporation (“Civic Theatre”), San Angelo Civic Ballet, Inc., a Texas non-profit corporation (“Ballet”), and the San Angelo Cultural Affairs Council, Inc., a Texas non-profit corporation (“SACAC”). City and SAPAC are collectively referred to herein as “the Parties”. WHEREAS, the Parties recognize that a need exists for a suitable performing arts center in San Angelo, Texas, to provide facilities to meet the needs of the community for performing arts (music, theater and dance) productions, as well as to provide a place for film and multi- media exhibitions and other cultural events; and, WHEREAS, City and SAPAC desire to jointly undertake the planning and development of performing arts facilities that include reconstruction and expansion of the City Auditorium, development and construction of a Performing Arts Center (PAC), and development and construction of a plaza and performing arts campus encompassing those facilities (hereinafter “the Project”); and, WHEREAS, the Municipal Auditorium in its present configuration and condition cannot accommodate the current and future cultural, civic, political and social needs of the community. To meet these needs and to serve as the anchor of a Performing Arts Center the City Auditorium will require extensive renovation, modernization and expansion; and, WHEREAS, a feasibility study has been completed by Janis A. Barlow & Associates, which recommends that: the Project be jointly developed by the City and SAPAC; that the anchor of a Performing Arts Center and Campus should be the City Auditorium located in the historic City Hall Building in Downtown San Angelo, Texas; and that after completion the City Auditorium and PAC should be managed by SAPAC through a contract with the City; NOW THEREFORE, THE City of San Angelo and the San Angelo Performing Arts Coalition, in consideration of the mutual covenants, terms and conditions contained in this Agreement, and for other good and valuable consideration do hereby agree as follows:I. SUBJECT OF AGREEMENT, TERM AND DEFINITIONS Section 1.1 Purpose: The purpose of this Agreement is to set forth the terms and conditions by which City and SAPAC shall: a) restore and expand the City Auditorium; b) construct a Performing Arts Center;
  • c) construct a Performing Arts campus incorporating the restored and expanded City Auditorium and the Performing Arts Center; and, d) work together to provide for the management of the City Auditorium and Performing Arts Center.Section 1.2 Commencement and Initial Term: The term of this Agreement shall commenceon the effective date first hereinabove provided and shall terminate twenty (20) years after therecord of completion date for the planned restoration and expansion of the City Auditorium. Therecord of completion date shall be the date set by the City certifying completion of therestoration and expansion of the City Auditorium and at which time it shall be available forpublic performing arts presentations.Section 1.3 Renewal Term: SAPAC, at its option, may renew this Agreement on thesame provisions and conditions hereof, for up to three additional terms of ten (10) years each oncondition that SAPAC is not then in default of any of its obligations under this Agreement orunder the terms of any lease, facilities management and operating agreement or other agreementthat SAPAC now has or may have with City at the time of renewal; and, upon condition thatSAPAC has completed construction of the Performing Arts Center described herein and the PAChas remained available for public performing arts presentations from and after the first five (5)years of the term of this Agreement. The renewal options shall be exercised by SAPACproviding City with written notice not less than one year, but not earlier than two years, prior tothe termination of the Initial Term or first extended term as applicable.Section 1.4 Annual Renewal of Term: This Agreement shall renew for subsequent periodsof one year pursuant to the same provisions and conditions hereof if: a) SAPAC is entitled to renew this Agreement as provided at Section 1.3 hereof, and elects not to do so; or b) Upon termination of the renewal term described in Section 1.3 above if this Agreement is in fact so renewed.Section 1.5 Termination: This Agreement may be terminated at any time by mutualagreement of the Parties upon 365 days advance written notice of an election to terminate givento the other Party.Section 1.6 Definitions: Unless the context clearly indicates otherwise, the following wordsand phrases used in this Agreement shall have the meanings indicated: a) “Annex” shall mean the planned addition to the City Auditorium located in the historic City Hall building in downtown San Angelo. b) “Auditorium” shall mean the portion of the historic City Hall building in downtown San Angelo commonly known as the City Auditorium, owned by the City of San Angelo. c) “Lease” shall mean any lease effective during the term of this Agreement pursuant to which the City leases municipal building space to SAPAC, or any of its members or their successors in interest, for office use and management services for Project facilities. 2City of San Angelo/SAPAC Performing Arts Campus Development and Operating Agreement
  • d) “Performing Arts Campus” or “Campus” shall mean the grounds of the Project. e) “Plaza” shall mean the municipal grounds including City Hall, the Auditorium, and the public areas, not including the Performing Arts Center property. f) “Project” shall mean collectively: the Auditorium, the Performing Arts Center (formerly known as the Coca Cola warehouse facilities) and the campus grounds incorporating the Auditorium and the Performing Arts Center. g) “Project Plans” shall mean plans and specifications for the restoration and expansion of the Auditorium, plans and specifications for the remodel and construction of the Performing Arts Center, and as plans and specifications for improvements to the Plaza and Campus. h) “Property” shall mean that certain real property upon which is located the historic City Hall building and Auditorium, and the site for the Performing Arts Center formerly known as the Coca Cola warehouse facilities, each more particularly described on Exhibit “A” (Historic City Hall, Auditorium and grounds) and Exhibit “B” (site for the Performing Arts Center).II. PLANNING PHASE Section 2.1 Planning Phase-Auditorium: The planning phase for the Auditorium shall include that period of time commencing with the effective date of this Agreement and continuing to the earlier of: (a) an award of a contract by City for general contracting services for construction of the Annex to the Auditorium pursuant to plans and specifications approved by the City and SAPAC; or (b) the date upon which City may terminate this Agreement for failure of conditions precedent to the Construction Phase for the Annex as provided at Section 2.10, below. Section 2.2 Planning Phase-Performing Arts Center: The planning phase for the Performing Arts Center shall include that period of time commencing with the effective date of this Agreement and continuing to an award of a contract by SAPAC for general contracting services for construction of the Performing Arts Center according to plans and specifications approved by SAPAC and City. Section 2.3 Default at Planning Stage: A failure of either City to award a contract for general contracting services on the Auditorium Annex, or SAPAC to award a contract for general contracting services on the PAC, within the planning phases applicable under Section 2.1 and Section 2.2 respectively, may be deemed a default by the non-defaulting Party of the terms of this Agreement. Section 2.4 City’s Responsibility for the Planning Phase of Auditorium and Annex: During the Planning Phase of the Auditorium restoration and Annex SAPAC shall recognize City as the exclusive entity to arrange for the plans and specifications for the restoration of the Auditorium and construction of the Annex. City shall be responsible for employing the architect(s), engineer(s) and construction manager(s) necessary for the Auditorium portion of the Project. However, City will work together with SAPAC in order to approve plans that maintain the 3 City of San Angelo/SAPAC Performing Arts Campus Development and Operating Agreement
  • architectural integrity and theme of the City Auditorium in conformity with the currentrestoration of the City Hall and the intentions of City and SAPAC for development of the PAC.Section 2.5 SAPAC Responsibility for the Planning Phase of Performing Arts Center: Duringthe Planning Phase of the Performing Arts Center, City shall recognize SAPAC as the exclusiveentity to arrange for the plans and specifications for construction of the PAC. SPAC shall beresponsible for the employing of the architect(s) engineer(s) and construction manager(s)necessary for construction of the PAC.Section 2.6 Planning Phase of Performing Arts Campus: SAPAC and City will endeavor tocoordinate their planning efforts for improvements and landscaping to create a performing ArtsCampus that includes the restored City Auditorium in historic City Hall, a Plaza that includesCity Hall and municipal grounds in the area of City Hall, and the Performing Arts Centerbuilding, grounds and improvements, formerly known as the Coca-Cola warehouse facilities.Section 2.7 Annex Budget: SAPAC shall enter into an agreements with one or morefederally insured commercial banks or savings and loan associations having their primary officeor permanent branch office within the City of San Angelo, Texas, to serve as a depository forfunds secured by SAPAC designated for the restoration of the City Auditorium and constructionof the Annex, when fundraising is completed by SAPAC and at least two and one-half milliondollars ($2,500,000.00) is available for said restoration and construction of the City Auditoriumimprovements and construction of the Annex. a) City shall at all times have a right to audit such accounts, and SAPAC shall execute such agreements evidencing City’s authority to conduct such audits or receive such accountings as the depository institution may reasonably require; b) The Project fund account for restoration of the City Auditorium and construction of the Annex shall be closed upon completion of restoration of the Auditorium and construction of the Annex, and after satisfactory evidence of payment in full of all claims relating to design or construction thereof. On closing of this account, funds in the account generated or collected by SAPAC from sources other than City or City Hotel and Motel Tax revenues shall be disbursed to SAPAC; and,Section 2.8 Condition Precedent to the Construction Phase of the Annex: TheConstruction Phase of the Annex shall not commence until satisfaction of the followingconditions: a) delivery to the City of the Project Budget for the Annex; b) establishment of the Project fund account for the Annex provided at Section 2.7 above c) delivery to City of a feasible five year plan prepared by SAPAC for the operation and utilization of the City Auditorium, which shall include at a minimum: i. anticipated sources and estimated amounts of revenue, on an annual basis; ii. estimated expenses on an annual basis; iii. names and vitae of all officers of SAPAC and persons anticipated to be employed by SAPAC to manage the Auditorium at commencement of the Management Phase of this Agreement; and, 4City of San Angelo/SAPAC Performing Arts Campus Development and Operating Agreement
  • d) establishment of evidence that upon commencement of the Construction Phases of the Annex that it shall be constructed in accordance with the Project plans and schedules, and that SAPAC has, or will have, the funds to pay in full its share of the costs for the restoration of the Auditorium and the design and construction of the Annex, the sufficiency of which evidence shall be determined solely by City. Section 2.9 Reserved: Section 2.10 Termination on Failure of Conditions Precedent As To Annex: Should the conditions precedent to the Construction Phase for the Annex as set forth at Section 2.8 above not be established on or before , 20 , City may terminate this Agreement.III. FUNDING OBLIGATIONS OF SAPAC Section 3.1 Grant Writing and Funding: SAPAC will be responsible for conducting grant applications and fundraising from the private sector necessary to fund the capital costs for the portion of Auditorium restoration costs not covered by the City’s half cent sales tax revenues, construction of the Annex and construction of the PAC. SAPAC shall provide sufficient staff and consultant services reasonably necessary to accomplish its fundraising responsibilities under this Agreement. Section 3.2 Funding for Restoration of the Auditorium, and Construction of Annex and PAC: Current construction cost estimates available to the Parties indicate that completion of renovation of the City Auditorium and the addition of the planned annex to the Auditorium will require two and one half million dollars ($2,500,000.00) in addition to the funds available to the City for restoration of the Auditorium and Plaza from its half cent sales tax revenues. (SAPAC shall neither have or be deemed to have acquired any ownership interest in any improvement constructed on City property funded in whole or part by SAPAC under this Agreement.) Current construction cost estimates available to the Parties indicate that a minimum of ten million dollars ($10,000,000.00) will be required for construction of the planned Performing Arts Center, to be located at the site formerly known as the Coca Cola warehouse facilities, owned by SAPAC. SAPAC will be solely responsible for raising the funds necessary to complete the City Auditorium renovations, to plan and construct the Annex (which may include funding for landscaping), and to plan and construct the PAC. Section 3.3 Commemorative Naming of the City Auditorium: To the extent not in conflict with the agency contract that the City has with Citywise Marketing, LLC, or their successors in interest, or with any other third party, in the sole determination of the City, and for purposes of assisting SAPAC in funding the Project, the City will negotiate an agreement with SAPAC pursuant to which SAPAC may authorize commemorative naming rights to the City Auditorium in recognition of financial support for the Project, subject to City Council approval. Said commemorative naming rights of City Auditorium shall be limited to in recognition of honorary, legacy type gifts and shall not include the marketing for sale or sale of naming rights. However, in the event SAPAC determines that it may have a party interested in the purchase of naming rights for the City Auditorium, the City and SAPAC may negotiate with Citywise Marketing, 5 City of San Angelo/SAPAC Performing Arts Campus Development and Operating Agreement
  • LLC, or its successor in interest, or any third party then having such agency rights, to agree to terms for sale of the naming rights, subject to approval of the City Council. Section 3.4 Funding for Operational Endowment: In addition to the foregoing funding obligations assumed by SAPAC, SAPAC will be responsible for conducting all grant applications and fundraising from the private sector necessary to fund an operational endowment of one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) or more for purposes of providing revenue necessary to support the ongoing future operation of the Project. SAPAC shall present evidence at the time of commencement of the Construction Phase of the PAC that shows that SAPAC has or will have the operational endowment fully funded at the time of completion of the Project.IV. CONSTRUCTION PHASE Section 4.1 Construction Phase Defined for Renovation of the Auditorium and Construction of the Annex : The Construction Phase for the renovation of the Auditorium and construction of the Annex is the period of this Agreement beginning upon satisfaction of all conditions described in section 2.8, above as they relate to the renovation of the Auditorium and construction of the Annex, and ending upon completion of the renovation of the Auditorium and construction of the Annex, and the availability of the Auditorium and Annex for performing arts activities open to the public. Section 4.2 Construction Phase Defined for the PAC: The Construction Phase for the PAC is the period of this Agreement beginning upon the award of a contract by SAPAC for general contracting services for construction of the Performing Arts Center, and ending upon completion of the PAC and the availability of the PAC for performing arts activities open to the public. Section 4.3 Renovation of Auditorium and Construction of Annex: Subject to the funding obligations of SAPAC as set forth herein, City shall complete renovations of the Auditorium and construct the Annex pursuant to plans approved as provided at part II herein. Section 4.4 Construction of the PAC: SAPAC shall finance and construct a Performing Arts Center (PAC) on real property formerly known as the Coca-Cola warehouse facilities in downtown San Angelo pursuant to plans approved as provided for at part II herein. The PAC shall be planned, designed, managed and operated by SAPAC as a facility open to the public for performing arts and other cultural events that enhance the quality of life for the citizens of the San Angelo community. Section 4.5 Construction and Landscaping of the Performing Arts Campus: City shall finance and construct improvements and landscaping of the Plaza on municipal grounds in the area of City Hall pursuant to such plans as City may develop and approve in its discretion. SAPAC shall finance, construct, and landscape on land owned by SAPAC included within the Performing Arts Campus, pursuant to plans approved by SAPAC, compatible with the landscaping of the Plaza. Section 4.6 Termination by City on Failure to Commence Construct of the PAC City may, at is sole option, terminate this Agreement if a contract is not awarded for construction of 6 City of San Angelo/SAPAC Performing Arts Campus Development and Operating Agreement
  • the PAC and construction of the PAC is not commenced on or before the 120th day after establishment of the conditions precedent set forth at Section 2.9 above. Section 4.7 Cooperative Efforts During Construction: SAPAC and the City will endeavor to keep construction and related costs as low as is reasonably practicle through cooperative efforts in the retention of and communications with construction management contractors and personnel.V. MANAGEMENT PHASE1. Section 5.1 SAPAC Management, Marketing, and Ticket Sales Services: SAPAC will be responsible for management of the City Auditorium and the PAC pursuant to terms of a facility management and operating agreement to be negotiated by the SAPAC and City. SAPAC will perform services that include marketing, scheduling of events and contracting for the use of the City Auditorium as well as for the Performing Arts Center. With respect to the Auditorium, SAPAC management services will be limited to the extent not in conflict with any advertising agency, promotional agency or ticketing service contracts which the City may now have or may enter into in the future, as determined in the sole discretion of the City. SAPAC shall include in any commitment, agreement or contract for the marketing, scheduling, use, production, presentation, conduct, or ticketing of an event at the City Auditorium, such minimum mandatory conditions as the City may dictate for an event, including provision relating to insurance requirements and indemnification. SAPAC shall negotiate with each of its member entities and the City to determine a fixed number of days for programs or events planned by SAPAC member entities or City, which shall be given priority before allocating days for any other users. In furtherance of the foregoing SAPAC and the City agree to the following: Section 5.2 Allocation of Hotel Occupancy Tax Revenue: The City will contribute to the funding of the management services delegated to SAPAC under this Agreement as authorized under Section 5.805 of the City of San Angelo Code of Ordinances, conditioned upon amendment by the City Council of Subsection (c) thereof substituting “San Angelo Performing Arts Coalition” for “San Angelo Cultural Affairs Council”. The allocation of Hotel Occupancy Tax revenues for distribution to SAPAC shall be as follows for years that the management services are rendered: Years 1-5: SAPAC will be guaranteed 5% of the City’s Hotel Occupancy Tax Revenues. Year 6: SAPAC will be guaranteed 4% of the City’s Hotel Occupancy Tax Revenues, with the ability to earn up to 6% based on performance and ability to demonstrate a ROI by an increase in revenues to the City via ticket surcharge revenues and increase in Hotel Occupancy Tax revenues. Year 7: SAPAC will be guaranteed 3% of City’s Hotel Occupancy Tax Revenues, with the ability to earn up to 7% based on performance and ability to demonstrate a return on investment (ROI) by an increase in revenues to the City via ticket surcharge revenues and increase in Hotel Occupancy Tax revenues. 7 City of San Angelo/SAPAC Performing Arts Campus Development and Operating Agreement
  • Year 8: SAPAC will be guaranteed to 3% of City’s Hotel Occupancy Tax Revenues, with the ability to earn up to 7% based on performance and ability to demonstrate a ROI by an increase in revenues to the City via ticket surcharge revenues and increase in Hotel Occupancy Tax revenues.Such allocation and distribution of Hotel Occupancy Tax revenues shall be subject to theapproval by the City Council of the annual budget of SAPAC for the year in which the allocationand distribution is made. The approval must be in writing in advance of the distribution. Cityreserves the right to terminate distribution of Hotel Occupancy Tax revenues, or redirect or re-designate how SAPAC shall utilize the revenues if it is determined that there has been a misuseor misapplication of Hotel Occupancy Tax revenue in violation of City Ordinances or TexasState law. SAPAC shall submit quarterly reports to the City Council listing the expendituresmade by SAPAC of revenues distributed to it by City. Any misuse or misapplication of HotelOccupancy Tax revenue by SAPAC in violation of City ordinances or Texas State Law shall begrounds for termination of this Agreement by City.Section 5.3 Box Office and Ticketing Services: SAPAC will provide box office andticketing services for events scheduled by its members and City at the Auditorium or PAC,including box office manager, hardware, software, and web portal. SAPC will set a ticketing feetoward the recovery of costs associated with this service. SAPAC may provide the same boxoffice and ticketing services for events scheduled by the City or other entities or members of thepublic.Section 5.4 City Auditorium Maintenance and Improvement Fee”: SAPAC will collect afacilities maintenance and improvement fee for every ticket sold for each ticketed event in theCity Auditorium. The facilities maintenance and improvement fee shall be $2.00 per ticket.Annually, SAPAC and City staff shall review the fee and make a presentation to City Councilregarding recommendation for any adjustment in the fee. An adjustment in the facilitiesmaintenance and improvement fee shall not become effective until approved by the City Council.Proceeds from the collection of said fee will be turned over to the City of San Angelo by the endof the month following the month of collection. The City shall deposit and hold the proceeds ina designated facility maintenance and improvement fund for purposes of equipment and facilitymaintenance and improvements to the Auditorium. Expenditures shall not be made from thefund except upon authorization by vote of a majority of a facility maintenance and improvementcommittee made up of three SAPAC board officers and three City appointees. Expenditures inexcess of forty thousand dollars ($40,000.00) shall not be made without approval from the SanAngelo City Council. Should the committee become deadlocked in a tie vote on any suchrequest for approval of expenditure under forty thousand dollars ($40,000.00), the San AngeloCity Council shall decide the matter by vote of a majority of a quorum of the Council memberspresent.Section 5.5 City Support for the Maintenance and Operation of SAPAC and the PAC:SAPAC shall maintain the ownership of the PAC and manage and operate the facility for thebenefit of the San Angelo community. City shall negotiate a facility management and operatingagreement pursuant to which City may provide support for the maintenance and operation ofSAPAC and the PAC, including but not limited to: 8City of San Angelo/SAPAC Performing Arts Campus Development and Operating Agreement
  • a. utilities and information technology and telecommunications services, utility services being reimbursable to the City for utility costs at the rate the City charges via internal service funds for the City Auditorium; b. facility operations, maintenance and janitorial services for the City Auditorium, reimbursable to the City at100% of actual cost (City shall provide SAPAC with the detail utilized to determine the actual cost of service.); c. property and general liability insurance for the City Auditorium space. SAPAC will provide additional general liability insurance coverage as required by City, naming the City as an additional insured; d. office space for SAPAC for use by the San Angelo Symphony located on the west Mezzanine of the lobby of City Hall, including utilities, information technology and telecommunications services, facility operations, maintenance and janitorial services for said space. The City will be reimbursed for the costs of utilities and services at the rate the City charges via internal services funds; e. utilities, information technology and telecommunications services, reimbursable to the City at the rate the City Charges via internal services funds at the Performing Arts Center; and, f. landscaping, maintenance and upkeep of all landscaped areas of the City Hall and adjoining landscaped property, except with respect to maintenance necessitated from events taking place on premises of the City.Section 5.6 Lease of Office Space at City Hall for SAPAC: City and SAPAC willnegotiate a lease pursuant to which SAPAC may occupy office space at the west end, mezzaninelevel, of the restored City Hall and Auditorium. a) SAPAC will be solely responsible for the costs of planning and construction of improvements relating to building out of the agreed to space for purposes of office use. The lease space consists of the open area on the mezzanine level at the west end of the City Hall building. The plans and construction of all such improvements must be approved by City and must maintain the architectural integrity and theme of the Auditorium and City Hall in conformity with the current restoration. b) Rent for the improved lease space will be ($ ) per year in recognition of management services provided by SAPAC that include marketing, operating, scheduling of events, ticket sales and contracting for the use of the City Auditorium and PAC, and the funding obligations assumed by SAPAC hereunder. c) The lease term shall be concurrent with the term set forth hereinabove at Section 1.2 and as the term may be extended under Section 1.3. d) Annually, upon each anniversary of the effective date of the lease agreement, from and after occupancy of the leased premises by SAPAC, SAPAC shall provide City with a comprehensive written report regarding its activities and utilization of the City Hall Auditorium including revenues generated, expenses incurred, ticket sales, marketing activities, management activities, and other services rendered pursuant to this Agreement. In addition, SAPAC shall submit, annually its budget with projected revenues and expenses relating to its management of the Auditorium. e) All equipment and trade fixtures installed on the leased premises by SAPAC, excluding permanent improvements to the building or real estate, shall remain the property of SAPAC and shall be removed within thirty (30) days after termination of the lease 9City of San Angelo/SAPAC Performing Arts Campus Development and Operating Agreement
  • provided that any damage to the realty or building from their removal is fully repaired by SAPAC at time of removal. Notwithstanding the foregoing, all property remaining on the leased premises from and after the expiration of sixty (60) days following the termination of the lease shall be deemed abandoned by SAPAC and shall become the property of City to be disposed of as City in its sole discretion may deem fit without compensation to SAPAC.VI. ASSURANCES Section 6.1 Assurances Given by City to SAPAC: The City agrees that it shall: a) cooperate in good faith with SAPAC in the implementation of this Agreement; b) use all reasonable best efforts to maintain public access to the Auditorium for performing arts events scheduled by SAPAC on behalf of its member entities; c) cooperate in good faith with SAPAC to negotiate and enter into a lease agreement to provide space in the restored City Hall building for SAPAC to construct office space reasonably necessary for SAPAC to conduct its responsibilities under this Agreement; and, d) cooperate in good faith with SAPAC to negotiate and enter into an agreement pursuant to which City will share in the maintenance and operation expenses of the PAC. Section 6.2 Assurances Given by SAPAC to City: SAPAC agrees that it shall: a) complete the planning, designing and constructing of the PAC in accordance with plans approved as provided for herein; b) manage and operate the PAC as a first class facility for the presentation of performing arts and cultural events for the San Angelo community; c) cooperate with the City to use reasonable efforts to encourage and maintain the regular presentation of performing arts and cultural events and the maintenance of high attendance levels at the Auditorium and PAC; d) provide and set up required equipment for presentations at the Auditorium and PAC, and maintain the same in good working order; and, e) timely undertake and complete repairs and preventative maintenance necessary to maintain the PAC as a functioning, first class performing arts facility;VII. GENERAL PROVISIONS Section 7.1 Status of Employees: Each Party hereto and each entity member of SAPAC shall retain supervision and control of its regular employees at all times while performing any activity relating to this Agreement and no regular employee of SAPAC or of any one of its entity members shall be considered or deemed to be a borrowed servant of City for Workers’ Compensation purposes or for any other purpose. The City agrees that all persons regularly employed by it to furnish services hereunder shall be deemed at all times to be employees or agents of the City and not of SAPAC or of a member entity of SAPAC. Regular employees of SAPAC and regular employees of each entity member of SAPAC performing any activity relating to this agreement shall be deemed at all times to be employees or agents only of their regular employing entity and not employees or agents of the City. No employee of the City, 10 City of San Angelo/SAPAC Performing Arts Campus Development and Operating Agreement
  • SAPAC or an entity member of SAPAC shall become entitled to the benefits of employees ofany Party not the regular employer of such employee.Section 7.2 SAPAC to Indemnify and Hold City Harmless: SAPAC agrees toindemnify, defend and hold the City, its council members, officers, officials, agents, guests,invitees, consultants and employees free and harmless from and against any and all claims,demands, proceedings, suits, judgments, costs, penalties, fines, damages, losses, attorney’sfees and expenses asserted by any person or persons, including claims or suits for jointenterprise liability, by reason of death or injury to persons or loss or damage to property,resulting from or arising out of, the violation of any law or regulation or in any mannerattributable to any act of commission, omission, negligence or fault of the indemnifyingparty and any other person or entity as a consequence of its execution or performance ofthis Agreement or sustained in or upon the premises, or as a result of anything claimed tobe done or admitted to be done by the indemnifying party hereunder. Notwithstanding theforegoing, the indemnity provided for in this paragraph shall not apply to any liabilityresulting from the sole negligence or fault of City, its officers, agents, employees or separatecontractors, and in the event of joint and concurring negligence or fault of SAPAC andCity, responsibility and indemnity, if any, shall be apportioned comparatively inaccordance with the law of the State of Texas, without waiving any governmental immunityavailable to City under Texas law and without waiving any defenses of the Parties underTexas law. The provisions of this paragraph are solely for the benefit of the Parties heretoand not intended to create or grant any rights, contractual or otherwise, to any otherperson or entity. Neither SAPAC or City waive any legal contentions, defenses, orimmunities, including, but not limited to governmental or sovereign immunity, charitableimmunity, and limited recovery against charitable organizations, their personnel, and theirvolunteers pursuant to the Charitable Immunity and Liability Act of 1987 (Tex. Civ. Prac.and Rem. Code, Chapter 84, as amended). This indemnification shall survive the term ofthis Agreement as long as any liability could be asserted. Nothing herein shall require theindemnifying party to indemnify, defend or hold harmless any indemnified party for theindemnified party’s own gross negligence or willful misconduct.Section 7.3 Default and Termination: Default in the terms of this Agreement or in theterms of the lease agreement to be negotiated or the facilities management and operationagreement to be negotiated may result in termination of this Agreement. a) In the event SAPAC defaults in performance of any of the covenants and conditions required herein to be kept and performed by SAPAC, or defaults in the lease or the facilities management and operating agreement to be negotiated by and between the City and SAPAC, and such default continues for a period of thirty (30) days after written notice specifying such default, City shall have the right to: (1) terminate the lease to be negotiated and re-enter and take possession of the leased premises and all personal property therein and to remove SAPAC and SAPAC’s agents and employees therefrom. In the event City elects to terminate the lease and re-enter or take possession of the leased premises, SAPAC shall quit and peaceably surrender the leased premises to City, and City may re-enter the premises and possess and repossess itself thereof, by force, summary proceedings, ejectment or otherwise, and may dispossess and remove SAPAC and may have, hold and enjoy the premises and the right to receive all rental income of 11City of San Angelo/SAPAC Performing Arts Campus Development and Operating Agreement
  • and from the same; (2) terminate the facilities management and operating agreement to be negotiated upon giving 90 days advance notice of termination to SAPAC; and, (3) terminate this Agreement upon giving 90 days advance notice of termination to SAPAC. b) In the event City defaults in performance of any of the covenants and conditions required herein to be kept and performed by City, or defaults in the facilities management and operating agreement to be negotiated by and between SAPAC and City, and such default continues for a period of thirty (30) days after notice thereof, SAPAC shall have the right to terminate this Agreement upon giving 90 days advance notice of termination to City. c) In the event SAPAC: (1) files a voluntary petition in bankruptcy or is adjudicated a bankrupt or insolvent, or takes the benefit of any relevant legislation that may be in force for bankrupt or insolvent debtors or files any petition or answer seeking any reorganization, arrangement, composition, readjustment, liquidation, dissolution or similar relief for itself under any present or future federal, state or other statute, law or regulation, or proceedings are taken by SAPAC under any relevant Bankruptcy Act in force in any jurisdiction available to SAPAC, or SAPAC seeks or consents to or acquiesces in the appointment of any trustee, receiver or liquidator of SAPAC or of all or any substantial part of its properties or of the Premises, or makes any general assignment for the benefit of creditors, or (2) a petition is filed against SAPAC seeking any reorganization, arrangement, composition, readjustment, liquidation, dissolution or similar relief under any present or future federal, state or other statute, law or regulation, and shall remain without dismissal for an aggregate of one hundred twenty (120) days, or if any trustee, receiver or liquidator of SAPAC or of all or any substantial part of its properties is appointed without the consent or acquiescence of SAPAC and such appointment remains un-vacated for an aggregate of twenty (20) days; then either such event shall constitute a default by SAPAC and City shall have the right to terminate this agreement, the lease to be negotiated and the facilities management and operating agreement to be negotiated.Section 7.4 Right to Injunctive Relief: In the event of a default by SAPAC that continuesbeyond the cure period provided for above, in addition to any other remedy provided by law, theCity and its officers shall have the right to enjoin SAPAC from any function, activity, task orpursuit that is otherwise authorized under this Agreement or the facilities management andoperating agreement to be negotiated.Section 7.5 Miscellaneous Terms: The following terms shall apply to this Agreement: a) Execution. If the governing body of a Party is required to approve this Agreement, it shall not become effective until approved by the governing body of that Party. In that event, this Agreement shall be executed by the duly authorized official(s) of the Party as expressed in the approving resolution or order of the governing body of said Party. b) Assignment. SAPAC may not assign this Agreement or any rights hereunder without prior written, authorized consent of the City, which consent may be withheld at the sole discretion of City. 12City of San Angelo/SAPAC Performing Arts Campus Development and Operating Agreement
  • c) Applicable Law. This Agreement is not intended to create any legal rights enforceable by any third party against any Party to this agreement, nor is it intended to waive any rights or defenses available to any Party hereto. Specifically, this agreement shall not be construed so as to waive any of the City’s immunities from suit or liability as to any third parties. Venue for any proceeding brought pursuant to this Agreement shall be in Tom Green County, Texas. d) Entire Agreement. This agreement supersedes any and all other agreements or understandings, either oral or in writing, between the Parties hereto with respect to the subject matter hereof, and no other agreement, statement, or promise relating to the subject matter of this agreement, which is not contained herein, shall be valid or binding. e) Binding Agreement. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the Parties hereto and their respective successors, legal representatives, and assigns. f) Amendment. This Agreement may only be amended by the mutual agreement of the Parties hereto in writing signed by a duly authorized representative of each Party. g) Severability. In any event that one or more of the provisions contained in the Agreement shall be held to be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable in any respect, such invalidity, illegality, or unenforceability shall not affect any other provisions herein, and this Agreement shall be construed as if such invalid, illegal, or unenforceable provision had never been contained herein. h) Survival and Cumulative Enforcement of Rights. Those provisions of this Agreement which by their very nature extend beyond termination or expiration of this Agreement shall survive such termination or expiration. All rights for enforcement of this Agreement shall be construed and held to be cumulative, and no one of them shall be exclusive of the other; and, City shall have the right to pursue any one or all of such remedies or any other remedy or relief which may be provided by law, whether or not stated in this Agreement. No wiaver of a breach or any of the covenants, conditions, or restrictions of this Agreement shall be construed or held to be a waiver of any succeeding or preceding breach of the same or any other covenant, condition or restriction contained herein. i) Force Majeure. In the event that any Party shall be prevented from performing its duties under this Agreement by an act of nature, by acts of war, riot, act of terrorism, or civil commotion, by an act of State, by strikes, fire, flood, or by the occurrence of any other event beyond the control of the Parties hereto, it shall not be considered a breach of this Agreement. 13City of San Angelo/SAPAC Performing Arts Campus Development and Operating Agreement
  • j) Notice. Any notice to be given hereunder by any Party(s) to the other Parties shall be in writing and sent by first class U.S. mail, registered or certified, return receipt requests as follows: San Angelo Performing Arts Coalition Board President: Susan Brooks c/o 2201 Sherwood Way, Suite 205 San Angelo, Texas 76901 City of San Angelo CITY OF SAN ANGELO Attention: City Manager P.O. Box 1751 San Angelo, Texas 76902 With a copy to: City Attorney’s Office P.O. Box 1751 San Angelo, Texas 76902 14City of San Angelo/SAPAC Performing Arts Campus Development and Operating Agreement
  • This Agreement has been officially authorized by the governing body of each Partyhereto and each signatory to this Agreement guarantees and warrants that the signatory has fullauthority to execute this Agreement and to legally bind the respective Party to it.SAN ANGELO PERFORMING ARTS COALITIONBY: _________________________ Susan Brooks, PresidentATTEST:BY:ITS:CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXASBY: Michael Dane, Interim City ManagerATTEST:Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkAPPROVED AS TO FORM: APPROVED AS TO CONTENT:Elizabeth Grindstaff, Asst. City Manager Dan T. Saluri, Sr. Asst. City Atty. 15City of San Angelo/SAPAC Performing Arts Campus Development and Operating Agreement
  • A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AUTHORIZING THE INTERIM CITY MANAGER OR HIS DESIGNEE TO NEGOTIATE AND EXECUTE A DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATING AGREEMENT FOR PERFORMING ARTS CAMPUS BY AND BETWEEN THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AND THE SAN ANGELO PERFORMING ARTS COALITION (SAPAC) RELATING TO CREATION OF THE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER AND CAMPUS WHICH WILL INCLUDE THE CITY AUDITORIUM; PROVIDING FOR MANAGEMENT SERVICES BY SAPAC; PROVIDING FOR THE USE OF OFFICE SPACE BY SAPAC WITHIN CITY HALL BUILDING; PROVIDING FOR FUNDING RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PARTIES; AND PROVIDING FOR RELATED MATTERS WHEREAS, the potential economic impact of San Angelo’s Performing Arts andCultural District in generating local economic activity, supporting jobs and providinglocal and state tax revenue should not be underestimated; and, WHEREAS, San Angelo’s cultural resources are building blocks for every aspectof the City’s development, including downtown redevelopment and restoration, andtourism; and, WHEREAS, a need exists for a suitable performing arts center and facilities toaccommodate performing arts productions; and, WHEREAS, a feasibility study has been completed by Janis A. Barlow &Associates, which recommends that the City of San Angelo and SAPAC jointly pursuedevelopment and management of a Performing Arts Center in conjunction withimprovements to the City Auditorium which would become the San Angelo PerformingArts Campus; and, WHEREAS, SAPAC will, through its fundraising efforts, contribute towardfunding necessary for the creation and development of the Performing Arts Campus,including the Performing Arts Center and the City Auditorium; and, WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of San Angelo, Texas, finds anddetermines that the joint development and management with SAPAC of a PerformingArts Center in conjunction with improvements to the City Auditorium as part of the SanAngelo Performing Arts Campus accomplishes a public purpose beneficial to the citizensof the City of San Angelo: NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THECITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS THAT: The Interim City Manager or his designee is hereby authorized to negotiate andexecute a Development and Operating Agreement For Performing Arts Campus By andBetween the City of San Angelo and the San Angelo Performing Arts Coalition (SAPAC)
  • relating to creation of the Performing Arts Center and Campus which will include theCity Auditorium; providing for management services by SAPAC; providing for the use ofoffice space by SAPAC within the City Hall building; providing for fundingresponsibilities of the City and SAPAC; and, providing for related matters. PASSED and APPROVED THIS DAY OF , 2012. CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXASATTEST: Alvin New, MayorAlicia Ramirez, City ClerkAPPROVED AS TO CONTENT APPROVED AS TO FORMElizabeth Grindstaff, Asst. City Manager Dan T. Saluri, Sr. Asst. City Atty. For: Lysia H. Bowling, City Atty.
  • City of San AngeloMemo thDate: April 9 , 2012To: Mayor and City Council MembersFrom: James Flores/Code Compliance Manager thSubject: Agenda item for April 17 , 2012 to discuss processes and procedures on how staff currently addresses violations of 7.303, tall grass and weeds.Contacts: James Flores, Code Compliance Manager 657-4409Captions: Discussion of how the City deals with violations pertaining to ordinance 7.303; tall grass and weeds over 12 inches.Summary: On April 3, 2012, Councilman Adams requested that staff submit an agenda item to discussCity Ordinance 7.303 (tall weeds and grass) and to clarify the process that the City Code ComplianceDivision utilizes to manage the issue.History and Background: Our current process allows sufficient time for citizens to gain compliance.Violators are sent a courtesy notice of violation which grants them (7) days to comply. After the allotted 7days, officer’s return to the location to inspect and if property is not in compliance, the owner is then senta legal notice granting an additional (7) days before legal action can be taken and or abatementprocesses can occur. With mail time and due process, this notification can take up to 17-20 days beforethe issue can be corrected.Financial Impact: N/ARelated Vision Item: Neighborhood RevitalizationRecommendation: N/AAttachments: N/APresentation: James Flores, Code Compliance ManagerPublication: N/AReviewed by: Bob Salas, Director of Neighborhood and Family Services
  • Parks and RecreationMemo Date: April 9, 2012 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Anthony Wilson, Civic Events Manager Subject: Agenda Item for April 17, 2012 Council Meeting Contact: Anthony Wilson, Civic Events Manager, 653-5328, 234-0014 Caption: Regular Item First public hearing and introduction of an Ordinance amending Chapter 9, Lakes, Parks and Recreation Areas, Article 9.200 of the City of San Angelo Code of Ordinances by adding Section 9.209 related to temporary variances from City ordinances for Special Events on City property. In 2007, the City Council approved an ordinance allowing for temporary variances from City ordinances for special events specifically at Lake Nasworthy and Twin Buttes Summary: Reservoir. Staff believes a similar ordinance covering special events on other City properties is in order. History: In June 2007, the City Council, in an effort to accommodate the annual Showdown in San Angelo drag boat races, approved an ordinance (Sec. 9.107(h)) that allowed for temporary variances from City ordinances for special events at Lake Nasworthy and Twin Buttes Reservoir specifically. Since then, the City has adopted a special events application process to lend order to and ensure communication regarding special events on City properties. It has become apparent that the same sorts of variances granted the drag boat races and the annual Wake the Desert wakeboard tournament may be appropriate for other special events, such as parades, festivals, the July 3 Pops Concert, etc., that occur on other City properties. Financial Impact: None. Related Vision Item N/A (if applicable): Other Information/ The proposed ordinance would mirror the language of Sec. 9.107(h). That Recommendation: ordinance has served the community well in accommodating special events at the lakes. However, its scope does not allow for temporary variances for the many special events that occur on other City properties. These might include downtown parades, festivals, fun runs, the July 3 Pops Concert, etc. Staff proposes the new ordinance be added to Sec 9.200 related to Parks because the Parks and Recreation Department processes the applications for all special events that occur on City property. Staff recommends approval. Attachments: Proposed ordinance Presentation: None. Adopted: 5/30/03 Revised: 6/21/10
  • Publication: N/AReviewed by Carl White, Parks and Recreation Director, ext. 1521, 234-1724, April 9, 2012Director:Approved by Legal: April 13, 2012
  • AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 9 ENTITLED “LAKES, PARKS AND RECREATION AREAS,” ARTICLE 9.200, ENTITLED “PARKS,” BY ADDING A NEW SUB- SECTION 9.209, ENTITLED “SPECIAL EVENTS,” OF THE SAN ANGELO CODE OF ORDINANCES, PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, PROVIDING FOR A PENALTY AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO: 1) THAT, Chapter 9, Article 9.200 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of SanAngelo, Texas is hereby amended to add a new Sub-Section 9.209 to read as follows:ARTICLE 9.200 PARKSSec. 9.209 Special Events Special Events. On certain occasions the City Council may authorize individuals or groups to hold special events for recreational purposes on City property. Additionally, the City Council may authorize temporary variances from the prohibitions and requirements of City ordinances for the events. In determining whether to authorize an event and grant one or more variances, the council shall take into account the following factors: (1) Proximity of event to residential areas; (2) Probability of event causing undue disturbance to users of the City property; (3) Ability of organizers to ensure safety of participants and observers, including but not limited to acquiring appropriate insurance; (4) Whether varying from the standard requirements and prohibitions of City ordinances would result in undue danger to participants under the circumstances (i.e., location, time, size, etc.) of the special event; and (5) Any other unique circumstances relating to each particular event. 2) THAT, the following severability clause is adopted with this amendment: SEVERABILITY: That the terms and provisions of this Ordinance shall be deemed to be severable in that if any portion of this Ordinance shall be declared to be invalid, the same shall not affect the validity of the other provisions of this Ordinance.
  • 3) THAT, the following penalty clause is adopted with this amendment: PENALTY: Any person who violates any provisions of this Article shall be guilty of a Misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be subject to a fine as provided for in Section 1.106 of this Code. Each day of such violation shall constitute a separate offense. 4) THAT, this Ordinance shall be effective on, from and after the date ofadoption. INTRODUCED on the day of , 2012, and finally PASSED,APPROVED and ADOPTED on this the day of , 2012. CITY OF SAN ANGELOATTEST: BY: Alvin New, MayorBy: Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkApproved as to Content: Approved as to Form:Carl White Lysia H. BowlingDirector, Parks & Recreation City Attorney
  • City of San AngeloMemo Date: April 5, 2012 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Maryann R. Vasquez, Recreation Manager Subject: Agenda Item for April 17, 2012 Council Meeting Contact: Maryann R. Vasquez-325-657-4450 Caption: Regular Item Discussion and possible action on authorizing the purchase of ball field netting at the Texas Bank Sports Complex Summary: At the March 20, 2012 meeting of the City Council, it was requested that a means of addressing the issue of foul balls be provided. Netting used for sports fields has been found which could alleviate much of this concern; however, foul balls are still an issue in any game and cannot be completely contained. The sports complex could benefit from other improvements including: - Picnic/shade structure near the playground, estimated cost of $75,000. This element was designed and included in the plans but was not constructed due to lack of funding. - Restrooms/Concession at Quad 2 and/or Quad 4, estimated cost of $250,000 each. This was designed and included in the plans but was not constructed due to lack of funding. History: N/A Financial Impact: Covering the area behind home plate would cost approximately $10,000 per quad. Quads in order of priority Quad 3 $10,000 Quad 2 $10,000 Quad 4 $10,000 Quad 1 $ 5,000 _____________________ $35,000 There is currently no funding source available to cover this expense. Funding possibilities include general fund or half cent sales tax dedicated to sports facilities (future allocations). Related Vision Item N/A (if applicable): Other Information/ N/A Recommendation:
  • Attachments: N/APresentation: Power pointPublication: N/AReviewed by Carl White, Parks and Recreation Director x1521 (4/5/12)Director:Approved by Legal: N/A
  • City of San AngeloMemo Date: April 13, 2012 To: Mayor and Council Members From: Morgan Trainer, Budget Manager Subject: Agenda Item for 4-17-12 Council Meeting Contact: Morgan Trainer, 653-6291 Caption: Regular Item Discussion and consideration of the possibility of issuing rebates of Water Fees and any action related thereto. Summary: Staff will present the Water Operations Fund Balance at relevant dates in an effort to provide Council with the information necessary to form an opinion. The fund balance in this fund is not at a level where staff would recommend a rebate. Details will be presented. History: There have been two occasions when this fund balance exceeded ninety days expenditures and Council decided to use that excess. On one occasion the base fees were changed to zero for two months, and on the other the excess was transferred to a capital projects fund to assist with capital improvements. Financial Impact: Reduction in fund balance – depending on the amount Related Vision Item Financial Vision (if applicable): Other Information/ Staff recommends no action at this time. Recommendation: Attachments: N/A Presentation: Powerpoint Publication: No Reviewed by Michael Dane Director: Approved by Legal: N/A
  • City of San Angelo Finance DepartmentMemo Date: April 4, 2012 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Morgan Trainer, Budget Manager Subject: Agenda Item for April 17, 2012 Council Meeting Contact: Morgan Trainer, Finance, 325-653-6291 Caption: Regular Item PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDERATION OF APPROVING AND ADOPTING A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ADOPTION OF THE 2012-2017 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN FOR THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO Summary: Attached is the final proposed 2012-2017 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). The City Council must conduct a public hearing on the proposed Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). The proposed CIP must be published to the internet and a public notice providing the date and time of the public hearing published within two weeks of the CIP being posted and the CIP Transmittal Letter reinforces the objectives of the CIP as a planning tool and not a funding mechanism. The attached resolution is the final step to adopt the 2012-2017 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). Submitted projects have been reviewed by the CIP committee. History: th Preparation of the 2012-2017 CIP began February 7 with the submission of proposed th th projects. The committee reviewed projects March 9 and March 16 . Public meetings were held th nd th March 20 , 22 , and 26 . City Council Discussed the 2012-2017 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) th rd on March 6 . The CIP was introduced to City Council on April 3 . Financial Impact: Projects will compete for funding during the FY 2012-2013 budget preparation process. Related Vision Item (if applicable): Infrastructure and Financial Visions Other Information/Recommendation: Staff recommendations approving the CIP and adoption of the resolution. Attachments: 2012-2017 Capital Improvement Plan Presentation: Powerpoint Publication: Notice of this Public Hearing was posted on the website. Reviewed by Service Area Director: Michael Dane, Finance  Page 1
  • A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ADOPTING THE 2012-2017 CAPITAL PROGRAM WHEREAS, the City Charter for the City of San Angelo, Texas, provides thatthe City Manager shall prepare and submit to the City Council a multi-year capitalprogram before the final date for submission of the budget; and, WHEREAS, on March 6, 2012, the Interim City Manager presented a 2012-2017 capital program, which revises and extends the 2011-2016 capital program adoptedby the City Council on June 28, 2011; and, WHEREAS, the contents of the 2012-2017 capital program comply with therequirements Section 59A of the City Charter for the City of San Angelo; WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 59A of the City Charter for the City of SanAngelo, the City Council by resolution shall adopt the capital program with or withoutamendment after public hearing and on or before adoption of the annual budget. WHEREAS, as of this date, the 2012 – 2013 annual budget has not yet beenadopted; WHEREAS, in accordance with Section 59A of the City Charter for the City ofSan Angelo, after compliance with all publication and notice requirements, a publichearing for City Council to consider adoption of the proposed 2012-2017 capital programwas held on April 17, 2012. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THECITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS THAT: SECTION 1 The facts and matters set forth in the preamble of this Ordinanceare bound to be true and correct. SECTION 2 It is hereby officially found and determined that the meeting atwhich this resolution was passed and adopted was open to the public as required and thatpublic notice of the time, place, and purpose of said meeting was given as required by theOpen Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Local Government Code. SECTION 3 The 2012-2017 capital program is hereby adopted by majority voteof the City Council without amendment, subject to deletion, modification or suspensionduring the course of the fiscal year based on events, changes in technology or othercircumstances which justify such action.
  • PASSED and APPROVED THIS DAY OF , 2012. CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXASATTEST: Alvin W. New, MayorAlicia Ramirez, City ClerkAPPROVED AS TO CONTENT APPROVED AS TO FORMMichael T. Dane, Interim City Manager Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney
  • City of San AngeloMemo Date: April 2, 2012 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Elizabeth Grindstaff, Assistant City Manager Subject: Agenda Item for April 17, 2012 Council Meeting Contact: Elizabeth Grindstaff, 325.657.4241 Caption: Regular Agenda Item Discussion and possible action related to the City of San Angelo’s participation in the National League of Cities (NLC) Service Line Warranty Program The NLC Service Line Warranty Program, administered by Utility Service Partners (“USP”), provides residential customers with affordable warranty Summary: protection for both water and sewer lines. This program is offered at no cost to the City and is an initiative of the National League of Cities. Residents who have not set aside money to pay for an unexpected, expensive utility line repair have an opportunity to obtain a low cost warranty that will provide repairs for a low monthly fee, with no deductibles or service fees. The work will be performed by licensed, San Angelo-based plumbers who will call the customer within one hour of the filing of a claim. The repair is performed professionally and quickly, within 48 hours but often within 24 hours. USP provides a personally staffed 24/7 repair hotline for residents, 365 days a year. The warranty contracts are month-to-month and there is no cancellation fee for the resident should they decide they no longer wish to participate. USP will provide coverage for the portion of the service line for which the homeowner is responsible for (unless the City would like to set it up differently). USP will cover the portion of the lateral water and sewer line that would be most helpful to the city and homeowner. Both products provide repair or replacement of broken or leaking lines including clean-outs. Specific repair coverage is as follows: • The Water Line Warranty provides for the repair or replacement of a single, buried, outside water line that runs from the point of the utility connection or responsibility to the foundation of the home. This warranty provides coverage of up to $4,000 for each water line repair plus an additional $500 for public sidewalk cutting if needed. • The Sewer Line Warranty provides for the repair or replacement of a single buried, outside sewer line that runs from the foundation of the home to the main line. This warranty provides coverage of up to $4,000 Adopted: 5/30/03 Revised: 6/21/10
  • for each sewer line repair.History: The NLC Service Line Warranty Program has enjoyed very favorable results in participating cities with an average customer enrollment rate slightly over 12% for each warranty product. Typical residential participation rates range from 25% to 35% after several campaigns. The NLC USP program has been adopted by over 100 cities nationwide and over 150 cities will be enrolled by the fall of 2012. USP has partnered with cities such as Phoenix, Atlanta, and Milwaukee, as well as Odessa, Midland, Abilene, Bryan, and Plano. The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG), which consists of cities in the Metro-plex, solicited a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) in 2010 from companies that offer water and sewer service line protection programs. After a thorough evaluation of these businesses, including their financial status, Utility Service Partners, Inc. was chosen as the preferred program for NCTCOG member cities. Since this evaluation has already taken place, the City of San Angelo is able to enter into an interlocal agreement with the NCTCOG, which would give the City the ability to work with USP without having to repeat the RFQ process.Financial Impact: There is no cost to the City of San Angelo for participating in the program. Instead, there is the possibility of some revenue, a percentage “royalty” offered to the City by USP based on customer participation. It will ultimately be the Council’s decision whether or not to add the royalty in the program cost. However, the royalty could be used to offset other expenses associated with typical residential line repairs that are currently borne by the Water Utilities Department.Related Vision Item(if applicable):Other Information/ Staff recommends the Council agree to participate in the program, and to use anRecommendation: Interlocal Agreement, drafted by the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTGOG), to expedite the program’s implementation locally.Attachments: NonePresentation: A PowerPoint presentation will be given by Mr. Brian Davis of USP.Publication: NAReviewed by NADirector:Approved by Legal: Dan Saluri, Senior Assistant City Attorney
  • City of San AngeloMemo Date: April 5, 2012 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Will Wilde, Water Utilities Director Subject: Agenda Item for April 17, 2012 Council Meeting Contact: Will Wilde, Water Utilities Director, 657-4209 Caption: Consideration of a resolution enacting Drought Stage, Level II, of the City’s Water Conservation/Drought Contingency Plan Summary: The Water Conservation/Drought Contingency Plan is designed to encourage water conservation at all times and to establish a procedure for identifying, classifying and handling a water supply shortage. Trigger Points are included in the plan for entering three different drought stages. Based on the water supply currently available to the City, the criteria for entering Drought Stage, Level II, are met. History: The Water Conservation Plan contains the following water supply management levels: 1. Standard Conservation – City has greater than a 2 year water supply. 2. Drought Level I – City has less than a 2 year supply. 3. Drought Level II – City has less than an 18 month water supply. 4. Drought Level IV – City has less than a 1 year supply. Financial Impact: The water rate schedule is adjusted to include additional fees for excessive usage. As an example; for a residential account that uses over 10,000 gallons in a month, an additional fee of $3.50 per 1,000 gallons is added to usage between 10,000 and 19,000 gallons; an additional fee of $5.00 per 1,000 gallons for all usage between 20,000 and 29,000 gallons; and an additional fee of $8.00 per 1,000 gallons for all usage over 29,000 gallons. Related Vision Item (if applicable): None. Other Information/Recommendation: The City currently is limited to 12.2 million gallons per day (mgd) from Ivie Reservoir. As summer time water usage increases, 8 to 12 mgd will be utilized from Twin Buttes Reservoir to supply the typical daily municipal demand of 20 to 24 mgd. Under Drought Level II, outside watering is limited to once every seven days during the April 1 to October 31 period and once every 14 days from November 1 through March 31. It is recommended the resolution be adopted enacting the Drought Stage, Level II. Attachments: Resolution; Water Conservation/Drought Contingency Plan Presentation:None. Publication: None. Reviewed by Service Area Director: Will Wilde, Water Utilities Director, April 5, 2012.
  • A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO IMPLEMENTING DROUGHT LEVEL II OF THE CITY’S WATER CONSERVATION AND DROUGHT CONTINGENCY PLAN WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of San Angelo has passed an ordinance entitled “WaterConservation and Drought Contingency Plan”; and WHEREAS, said ordinance defines drought stages and water management measures that will befollowed for each stage; and WHEREAS, under said ordinance the City Council shall determine the drought stage; and WHEREAS, on April 5, 2012, the water supply available to the City of San Angelo was less thanthat needed to meet City demands for the next eighteen months; WHEREAS, the minimum criteria for Drought Level II is the total amount of water available tothe City from its developed water sources is less than an 18-month supply; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANANGELO, TEXAS THAT: 1) With the amount of water available being less than an 18-month supply, the criteria for entering “Level II” Drought stage is met and the City Council hereby declares that the City is in such Level II stage; and 2) All water conservation measures as detailed under the Level II Drought stage shall be applicable and enforceable; and 3) All water rate adjustments enacted with the implementation of the Level II Drought stage shall become effective with the beginning of the regular water billing cycle in June 2012; and 4) When the available water supply rises above the trigger point for this stage, the measures imposed by Level II Drought stage shall automatically be terminated. PASSED and APPROVED THIS 17th DAY OF MARCH, 2012. CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXASATTEST: _____________________________ Alvin New, Mayor___________________________Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkAPPROVED AS TO CONTENT APPROVED AS TO FORM__________________________ ______________________________Will Wilde, Water Utilities Director Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney