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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, July 12, 2011 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 6:30 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. Proclamation “Mental Health Awareness Month of July2011” to be accepted byAlejandro Castanon, Conexion Hispana Director D. Recognition Finance/Budget Division Senior Budget Analysts Morgan Trainer and Bryan Kendrick for receiving the Government Finance Officers Association Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its 2010-2011 Budget Certified Public Manager 2011 Graduates through the Texas State Universty’s William P. Hobby Center i for Public Service: City Engineer Clinton Bailey, Code Compliance Manager James Flores, Director of Human Resources Lisa Marley, City Clerk Alicia Ramirez, Human Resources Manager Veronica Sanchez, Assistant Recreation Manager MaryAnn Vasquez, Police Chief Tim Vasquez, and Civic Events Manager Anthony Wilson E. Public Comment The Council takes public com ment 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 fo a Consent Agenda item to be moved to the Regular r , Agenda for public comment.II. CONSENT AGENDA 1. Consideration of approving the June 28, 2011 City Council Regular meeting minutesCity Council Agenda Page 1 of 4 July 12, 2011
    • 2. Consideration of awarding bid WU-09-11 for Granular Activated Carbon Media to Norit Americas, Inc. (Marshall, TX) in the amount of $190,000.00 a authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute nd any necessary related documents 3. Consideration to selecting Business and Professional Service (San Antonio, TX) for Em ergency Medical Service (EMS) Billing and Collection Service (FD-02-11), authorizing staff to negotiate a contract, and authorizing City Manager to execute said contract 4. Consideration of authorizing the City of San Angelo to enter into an Interlocal Agreement with the Tom Green County Sheriff’s Office for the purpo se of jointly apply ing for the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant and authorizing th City Manager to execute anynecessary related e documents 5. Second hearing and consideration of adoption of an Ordinance amending the 2010-2011 Budget for grants AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AMENDING THE BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2010, AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2011, FOR GRANTSIII. REGULAR AGENDA: F. EXECUTIVE/CLOSED SESSION Executive Session under the provision of Governm Code, Title 5. Open Government; Ethics, Subtitle ent A. Open Government, Chapter 551. Open Meetings, Subchapter D. Exceptions to Requirem ent that Meetings be Open, Section 551.072 to discuss the purch ase, sale, exchange, lease, or value of real property Executive Session under the provision of Governm Code, Title 5. Open Government; Ethics, Subtitle ent A. Open Government, Chapter 551. Open Meetings, Subchapter D. Exceptions to Requirem ent that Meetings be Open, Section 551.087 to discuss an offerof financial or other incentive to acompany 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 6. Consideration and possible action regarding of an application by Total Energy Services, LLC on behalf of Nabors Well Services LTD to drill a tota of three non producing Training Wells at depths l of 2000 feet, 3,000 feet and 6,000 feet on their property located at 1214 Gas Plant Road in support of a new permanent training facility for oil field workers in Southwest Texas, and possible action to include approval of a permit or permits to drill three wells and authorizing the City Manager to execute other related documents as may be required (Presentation by Development Coordinator Robert Schneeman) 7. Second Public Hearing and cons ideration of adoption of an Ordinance amending the Animal Services Advisory Committee residency requirement AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS BY AMENDING CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE 2.3800, ENTITLED “ANIMAL SHELTER ADVISORY COMMITTEE”, SECTION 2.3803 ENTITLED “COMPOSITION”, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS AMENDING THE RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR VOTING ANIMAL SH ELTER ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBERS AND PROVIDING FOR AN EXCEPTION FOR LICENSED VETERINARIANS WHO MAINTAIN A PHYSICAL LOCATION FOR THEIR PRACTICE WITHIN THE CITY FROM SAID RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS; AND MAKING RELATED AMENDMENTS TO VOTING MEMBER PROVISIONS; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND, PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATECity Council Agenda Page 2 of 4 July 12, 2011
    • Addendu 8. Update on construction budgets for City Hall, Old Library, Central Plant, and Utility Billing Office and any action related thereto (Presentation by Assistant City Manager Elizabeth Grindstaff)Addendum 9. Consideration of issuing a Change Order #1 to thecontract with Stoddard Construction Management Inc. (SCMI) (PUR-04-10B) for the construction of a basement and the installation and hook up of HVAC Equipment for the City Hall Plaza buildings ($1,634,805.90) and for the additional work related to the Auditorium ($163,973.33) and authorizing theCity Manager or his designee to neg otiate a contract and execute any related documents (Presentation by Construction Manager David Knapp) 10. First public hearing and consid eration of introduction of an Ordinance amending Article 5.100, Alcoholic Beverages Regulations and deleting Section 8.119, Unlawful to Carry Alcoholic Beverages of the City of San Angelo Code of Ordinances as related to the Texas Bank Sports Complex and the 29th Street Recreation Area AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS BY AMENDING CHAPTER 8, OFFENSES AND NUISANCES, ARTICLE 8.100, GENERAL OFFENSES, BY REPEALING SECTION 8.119, ENTITLED UNLAWFUL TO CARRY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES INTO THE 29TH STREET RECREATION AREA; AMENDING CHAPTER 5, BUSINESS AND COMMERCE, ARTICLE 5.100, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES REGULATIONS, BY ADDING SECTION 5.107 ENTITLED, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES IN THE TEXAS BANK SPORTS CO MPLEX, RESTRICTING ALCOHOL IN THE TEXAS BANK SPORTS COMPLEX; PROVIDINGFOR PERMITS AUTHORIZING ALCOHOL FOR SPECIFIC EVENTS ON CONDITIONS STATED IN THE TEXAS BANK SPORTS COMPLEX; PROVIDING FOR A PENALTY; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND, PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE (Presentation by Parks and Recreation Director Carl White) 11. Presentation and discussion of the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (Presentation by City Engineer Clinton Bailey) 12. Discussion and possible action regarding Section 12.605 of the Sign Ordinance regarding off-site regulations for CG and CG/CH zoning districts that specify corridors where such signage is allowed (Presentation by Planning Manager AJ Fawver) 13. First public hearing and consideration of introduction of anOrdinance amending Chapter 12, Exhibit “A” of the Code of Ordinances, City of San Angelo SU 11-01: Apostolic House of Worship 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 AZONING MAP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: 1202 Preusser Street at northeast corner of Florence and Preusser Streets, approving a Special Use to allow a day care on the site of a religious institutional establishment in a Single-Family Residence (RS-1) District; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTY (Presentation by Planning Manager AJ Fawver) City Council Agenda Page 3 of 4 July 12, 2011
    • 14. First public hearing and consideration of introduction of anOrdinance amending Chapter 12, Exhibit “A” of the Code of Ordinances, City of San Angelo SU 11-02: Ray Zapata 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 AZONING MAP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: a 1.722 acre tract located approximately 285’ west of the intersection of Old Knickerbocker Road and South Bryant Boulevard, approving a Special Use to allow placement of a “band stand” or “stage” (categorized as major entertainment event) in a Light Manufacturing (ML) District; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTY (Presentation by Planning Manager AJ Fawver) 15. First public hearing and consideration of introduction of anOrdinance amending Chapter 12, Exhibit “A” of the Code of Ordinances, City of San Angelo SU 11-03: B.A. & Winkay Reed 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 ACCO RDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: 3149 Red Bluff Rd East, approximately 385’ west of the intersection of Red Bluff Rd East and Red Bluff West, approving a Special Use to allow bed-and- Rd breakfast establishm ent in a Single-Fam ily Residence (RS-1) District; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTY (Presentation by Planning Manager AJ Fawver)Addendum 16. Consideration of granting a request from Quicksand Partners, Ltd. to purchase raw water from the City of San Angelo and any action in connection thereto (Presentation by Water Utilities Director Will Wilde) 17. Discussion and consideration of overall budget goals and policy recommendations related to: a. Water Rates for Long-Term Water Supply b. Franchise Fees c. Landfill Financial Condition and Rate Discussion d. Other Budget Related Issues (Presentation by Finance Director Michael Dane) H. FOLLOW UP AND ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES 18. Consideration of matters discussed in Executive/Session, if needed 19. Consideration of Future Agenda Items 20. Adjournment Given by order of the City Council and posted in accord ance with Title 5, Texas Governm Code, Chapter ent 551, Thursday, July 7, 2011, at 5:00 P.M. /s/ /s/ ________________________ Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk City Council Agenda Page 4 of 4 July 12, 2011
    • PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS, mental health is essential to everyone’s overall health and well-being; andWHEREAS, mental health problems can affect all areas of a person’s life, including school, home and work; andWHEREAS, mental health problems will strike one in five adults each year regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion or economic status; andWHEREAS, nearly 30,000 American lives are lost each year to suicide and mental illness; andWHEREAS, all Americans, from combat veterans to hurricane victims, are vulnerable to chronic mental health problems associated with trauma and can benefit greatly from early identification and treatment; andWHEREAS, people can recover from mental illness and lead full, productive lives in the community; andWHEREAS, an estimated two-thirds of adults and young people with mental health problems go without the help they need; andWHEREAS, the cost of untreated and mistreated mental health and substance abuse problems to American businesses, governments and families has grown to $105 billion annually; andWHEREAS, each business, school, government agency, healthcare provider, organization and citizen bears the burden of mental health problems and has a responsibility to promote mental wellness.NOW, THEREFORE, I, Alvin New, Mayor of the City of San Angelo, Texas, on behalf of the CityCouncil, do hereby proclaim the month of July as “MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH - JULY 2011”!and call upon the citizens, government agencies, public and private institutions, businesses andschools in the City of San Angelo to recommit the community to increasing awareness andunderstanding of mental illness and the need for appropriate and accessible services for all peoplewith mental illnesses. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the City to be affixed this 12th day of July, Year. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ___________________________ Alvin New, Mayor
    • Commending Senior Budget Analyst Morgan Trainer and the Finance/Budget Division For doing more, doing it better, and exceeding our expectations. Your high standards inspire us all._____________ ____________ Mayor Date
    • Commending Senior Budget Analyst Bryan Kendrick and the Finance/Budget Division For doing more, doing it better, and exceeding our expectations. Your high standards inspire us all._____________ ____________ Mayor Date
    • City of San AngeloMemo Date: July 1, 2011 To: Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk From: Lisa Marley, Human Resources Director Subject: Recognition Presentation for July 12, 2011 Council Meeting Caption: Recognition On June 6, 2011, City Engineer Clinton Bailey, Code Compliance Manager James Flores, Director of Human Resources Lisa Marley, City Clerk Alicia Ramirez, Human Resources Manager Veronica Sanchez, Assistant Recreation Manager Mary Ann Vasquez, Police Chief Tim Vasquez, and Civic Events Manager Anthony Wilson graduated from the Certified Public Manager program through Texas State University’s William P. Hobby Center for Public Service. _________________________________________________________________________________ Adopted: 5/30/03 Revised: 1/16/08
    • CITY COUNCIL MINUTE RECORDThe City of San Angelo Page 749Tuesday, June 28, 2011 Vol. 102 OPEN SESSIONBE IT REMEMBERED City Council convened in a regular meeting at 9:16 A.M., Tuesday, June 28, 2011, 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 Ara Rahman of the Muslim faith and pledge was led by the daughters ofCouncilmember Adams Raven Adams, 3rd Grader, and Ameerah Adams, 2nd Grader.PUBLIC COMMENTPublic comment was made by Citizens Jim Turner, Ara Rahman, Jim Ryan, Councilmember Adams, Fredrick J.Harder, Phyllis Harder of 3065 Travis, and Councilmember Alexander.CONSENT AGENDAAPPROVAL OF THE JUNE 7, 2011 CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTESAUTHORIZATION 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 TO THESALE OF SUBJECT PROPERTIES, SUBJECT TO COMPLETION OF ALL CURATIVEREQUIREMENTS:2454 Fishermans Road (Delaney), Lot 9, Group 14, $58,9002001 Willow Road (Tom Berscheidt Estate), Lot 2, Group 13, $139,3002017 Willow Road (Howard D. Ford Living Estate), Lot 6, Group 13, $92,7002161 Gun Club Road (Allred), Lot 9, Group 10, $83,4001609 Turtle Road (Hebert), Lot 69, Group Shady Point, $20,7571618 Shady Point Circle Drive (Green), Lot 2, Group Shady Point, $17,9146422 Lincoln Park Road East (Brown Management Trust), Lot 11, Group Lincoln Park, $46,594ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION APPROVING ADDITIONAL WIC GRANT FUNDING ANDAUTHORIZATION FOR THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE FY 2011 CONTRACT AMENDMENTFOR ACCEPTANCE OF $639,500.00 DESIGNATED AS EXTRA FEDERAL FUNDS FOR BUILDINGRENOVATIONS AND PEER COUNSELOR FUNDS (ANNEX A, PAGE 757, RESOLUTION #2011-06-064R)A RESOLUTION BY THE SAN ANGELO CITY COUNCIL ACCEPTING THE ADDITIONAL WICGRANT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010/2011; AND, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER OR HISDESIGNEE TO EXECUTE A CONTRACT AMENDMENT THEREFORE WITH THE TEXAS
    • Page 750 MinutesVol. 102 June 28, 2011DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES, CONTRACT NO. 2011-037212, AND ANY RELATEDDOCUMENTSAPPROVAL OF A RESIDENTIAL LEASE RENEWAL AT LOT 72, GROUP SHADY POINT, 1615TURTLE DRIVE (MANNING/MARTINEZ); AND AUTHORIZATION FOR THE WATER UTILITIESDIRECTOR TO EXECUTE THE SAMEAUTHORIZATION FOR THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A CONTRACT WITH THE U.S.GEOLOGICAL SURVEY FOR THE OPERATION OF STREAM FLOW GAUGING STATIONSADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION APPROVING AND RATIFYING THE NAMING RIGHTSAGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN CITYWISE MARKETING, LLC AS AUTHORIZED AGENT FORTHE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AND FOSTER COMMUNICATIONS CO., INC., RENAMING THE SANANGELO COLISEUM TO BE KNOWN AS THE “FOSTER COMMUNICATIONS COLISEUM” (ANNEXB, PAGE 759, RESOLUTION #2011-06-065R)ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING APPLICANT, SPECIALTY SPORTS, INC., DBA SKISKELLER SPORTS, TO HOLD A SPECIAL EVENT AT LAKE NASWORTHY KNOWN AS "2011 WAKETHE DESERT"; PERMITTING SPECIFIED ACTIVITIES; IMPOSING REQUIREMENTS ONAPPLICANT; AND GRANTING VARIANCES RELATING TO RULES AND REGULATIONS OF LAKENASWORTHY, PARK ORDINANCES, AND THE CITY NOISE ORDINANCE (ANNEX C, PAGE 761,RESOLUTION #2011-06-066R)SECOND HEARING AND ADOPTION OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2010-2011 BUDGETFOR PROGRAMS, CAPITAL PROJECTS AND INCOMPLETE PROJECTS (ANNEX D, PAGE 775,ORDINANCE #2011-06-067)AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AMENDING THE BUDGET FOR THE FISCALYEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2010, AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2011, FOR PROGRAMS,CAPITAL PROJECTS AND INCOMPLETE PROJECTSSECOND HEARING AND ADOPTION OF AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING APPROXIMATELY 200ACRES LOCATED SOUTHWEST OF SAN ANGELO’S EXISTING CITY LIMITS, ENCOMPASSINGTHE LAKE NASWORTHY POWER STATION AT 6465 KNICKERBOCKER ROAD, AN ADJACENTELECTRIC SUBSTATION, AN APPROXIMATELY 500-FOOT WIDE STRIP OF LAND OCCUPIED BYPARALLEL ARRAYS OF ELECTRIC POWER TRANSMISSION LINES, AND AN APPROXIMATELY0.34-MILE SEGMENT OF RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR RED BLUFF ROAD (ANNEX E, PAGE 779,ORDINANCE #2011-06-068)AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TERRITORY GENERALLY DESCRIBED TO BE APPROXIMATELY 200ACRES OUT OF H. F. GANTZ SURVEY 179, C. DAMMAN SURVEY 180 AND C. A. VOIGT SURVEY181 IN TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, BEING ADJACENT AND CONTIGUOUS TO THE PRESENTCORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO; FINDING THAT ALL NECESSARY ANDREQUIRED LEGAL CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN SATISFIED; DESCRIBING THE TERRITORYANNEXED AND PROVIDING A SERVICE PLAN THEREFORE; OBLIGATING THE PROPERTYSITUATED THEREIN TO BEAR ITS PRO RATA PART OF TAXES LEVIED; PROVIDING RIGHTS ANDPRIVILEGES AS WELL AS DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF INHABITANTS AND OWNERS OFSAID TERRITORY; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVEDATESECOND HEARING AND ADOPTION OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A”(ZONING ORDINANCE) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF SAN ANGELO (ANNEX F, PAGE789, ORDINANCE #2011-06-069)Z 11-05: SANDRA AND GEORGE RODRIGUEZ
    • Minutes Page 751June 28, 2011 Vol. 102AN 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: THREE VACANT LOTS FACING SOUTH SIDE OF 2800 BLOCKOF HOUSTON STREET AND SITUATED 100-250 FEET WEST FROM NORTH GARFIELD STREET INWEST CENTRAL SAN ANGELO, CHANGING THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION FROM SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCE (RS-1) TO AN NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL (CN) DISTRICT; PROVIDINGFOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTYSECOND HEARING AND ADOPTION OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A”(ZONING ORDINANCE) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF SAN ANGELO (ANNEX G, PAGE791, ORDINANCE #2011-06-070)Z 11-06: SAN ANGELO PLANNING COMMISSIONAN 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: eastern approximately three-quarters of City Park on west bank of NorthConcho River between East Twohig Avenue on the north and Rio Concho Drive on the south, as well aseasternmost triangular segment of Bart DeWitt Park, also on west bank of North Concho River but located southof Rio Concho Drive, changing these properties’ zoning classification from Single-Family Residence (RS-1) toCentral Business (CB) District; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTYMotion, to approve the Consent Agenda, as presented, was made by Councilmember Adams and seconded byCouncilmember Silvas. Motion carried unanimously.REGULAR AGENDA: PUBLIC HEARING AND COMMENTPUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDERATION OF ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THEADOPTION OF THE 2011-2016 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN FOR THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO(ANNEX H, PAGE 795, RESOLUTION #2011-06-071R)Finance Director Michael Dane presented background information. A copy of the presentation/report/documentis part of the Permanent Supplemental Record. Mr. Dane clarified the resolution was not a commitment, but apublic process to identify the various projects presented by staff. He distributed a revision to the WaterDevelopment project.General discussion was held on the Hickory waterline project and suggestion to provide clarity via a separateworksheet outlining the various phases of the project, the street reconstruction priority list, and the suggestedchanges to add Blumentritt Road and 13th Street to the Street reconstruction repair project list.Motion, to adopt a Resolution, as presented with the recommended changes, was made by CouncilmemberAdams and seconded by Councilmember Hirschfeld.Public comment was made by Citizens Fredrick J. Harder and Jim Turner.A vote was taken on the motion on the floor. Motion carried unanimously.SECOND PUBLIC HEARING TO ALLOW CITIZEN INPUT ON REQUESTED PROJECTS TO BECONSIDERED FOR FUNDING WITH GRANT YEAR 2011 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCKGRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS GRANT FUNDS FROM THE U.S. DEPARTMENTOF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENTNeighborhood and Family Services Director Bob Salas presented background information.
    • Page 752 MinutesVol. 102 June 28, 2011Motion, to authorize, as presented, was made by Councilmember Adams and seconded by CouncilmemberFarmer. Motion carried unanimously.RECESSAt 10:22 A.M., Mayor New called a recess.RECONVENEAt 10:42 A.M., Council reconvened, and the following business was transacted:SECOND PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDERATION OF ADOPTION OF AN ORDINANCEAMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A” (ZONING ORDINANCE) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES,CITY OF SAN ANGELO (ANNEX I, PAGE 797, ORDINANCE #2011-06-072)Z 11-07: SAN ANGELO PLANNING COMMISSIONAN 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: area bounded generally by the North Concho River on the north, SouthOakes Street on the east, South Orient Railway on the south and, on the west, by a line located 140 feet westfrom and parallel to the west line of right-of-way for South Chadbourne Street, changing this area’s zoningclassification from a combination of General Commercial (CG), General Commercial/Heavy Commercial(CG/CH) and Light Manufacturing (ML) Districts, to a Central Business (CB) District, PROVIDING FORSEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTYPlanning Manager AJ Fawver presented background information. A copy of the presentation/report/document ispart of the Permanent Supplemental Record.Motion, to adopt the Ordinance, as presented, was made by Councilmember Farmer and seconded byCouncilmember Hirschfeld. AYE: New, Alexander, Silvas, Adams, Hirschfeld, and Farmer. NAY:Morrison. Motion carried 6-1.DIRECTION TO STAFF TO PROCEED WITH THE ZONE CHANGE AND APPLICATION PROCESS ONCITY-OWNED PROPERTY LOCATED AT 6002 KNICKERBOCKER ROADCity Manager Harold Dominguez and Planning Manager AJ Fawver presented background information.Motion, to direct staff to proceed with the zone change and application process for said location from RS-1Single-Family Residential District to CN-Neighborhood Commercial District, was made by CouncilmemberFarmer and seconded by Councilmember Adams.Public comment was made by Citizen Fredrick Harder.A vote was taken on the motion on the floor. Motion carried unanimously.DIRECTION TO STAFF TO FULLY EXAMINE THE COST AND MAINTENANCE OF THE MOTORVEHICLE IMPOUNDMENT AND TOWING PROCESSCouncilmember Adams requested the item and Police Assistant Chief Jeff Fant presented backgroundinformation. A copy of the presentation/report/document is part of the Permanent Supplemental Record.General discussion was held on reviewing the existing contract upon renewal and negotiating some type ofmethodology to generate additional revenue; acknowledging the contract expired in April 2011; and consideringa managed competition approach to the entire process.Council directed staff to fully vet the cost and maintenance of the operation.Public comment was made by Citizen Fredrick Harder.
    • Minutes Page 753June 28, 2011 Vol. 102DISCUSSION AND CONSIDERATION OF THE LOCATION FOR THE TREATMENT OF THE WATERFROM THE HICKORY AQUIFER WATER DEVELOPMENT PROJECTCouncilmember Morrison requested the item and Water Utilities Director Will Wilde presented backgroundinformation.Discussion was held on the history of the project, radiation levels, depleting lake levels, mixing of various watersources, and treatment locations. Staff informed detailed information will be presented by the consultants inAugust 2011.Public comments were made by former City Manager Stephen Brown, citizens Jim Ryan, Jim Turner, andFredrick Harder.Councilmember Farmer left the meeting at 12:17 p.m. and returned at 12:22 p.m.FIRST PUBLIC HEARING AND INTRODUCTION OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ANIMALSHELTER ADVISORY COMMITTEE RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTAN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO,TEXAS BY AMENDING CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE 2.3800, ENTITLED “ANIMAL SHELTER ADVISORYCOMMITTEE”, SECTION 2.3803 ENTITLED “COMPOSITION”, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OFTHE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS AMENDING THE RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR VOTINGANIMAL SHELTER ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBERS AND PROVIDING FOR AN EXCEPTIONFOR LICENSED VETERINARIANS WHO MAINTAIN A PHYSICAL LOCATION FOR THEIRPRACTICE WITHIN THE CITY FROM SAID RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS; AND MAKINGRELATED AMENDMENTS TO VOTING MEMBER PROVISIONS; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY;AND, PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATEHealth Services Manager Sandra Villarreal presented background information. A copy of the presentation ispart of the Permanent Supplemental Record.Motion, to introduce the Ordinance, as presented, was made by Councilmember Adams and seconded byCouncilmember Hirschfeld.Public comments were made by Citizens Wendy Brooks, Frederick Harder, and Animal Shelter Board MemberLinda Marcelli.A vote was taken on the motion on the floor. AYE: New, Silvas, Adams, Hirschfeld, and Farmer NAY:Alexander and Morrison. Motion carried 5-2.RECESSAt 12:36 P.M., Mayor New called a recess.EXECUTIVE/CLOSED SESSIONAt 12:53 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 551.074(a)(1), to consult with attorney on legal issues involvingboard and commission appointmentsExecutive 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 beOpen, Section 551.087 to discuss an offer of financial or other incentive to a company or companies withwhom the City of San Angelo is conducting economic development negotiations and which the City of SanAngelo seeks to have, locate, stay or expand in San AngeloOPEN SESSION (continued)
    • Page 754 MinutesVol. 102 June 28, 2011At 1:08 P.M. City Council concluded the Executive/Closed Session whereupon the following business wastransacted:RECESSAt 1:08 P.M., Mayor New called a recess.RECONVENEAt 1:20 P.M., Council reconvened, and the following business was transacted:DISCUSSION ON IDENTIFICATION ALTERNATIVES IN ORDER TO UTILIZE THE FREE ONCE-A-MONTH SERVICE AT THE CITY’S LANDFILLCouncilmember Farmer requested the item and City Manager Harold Dominguez and Operations DirectorRicky Dickson presented background information.Discussion was held on customer privacy concerns and state regulations, the process, the attempted use bycommercial services, the program costs, the capital investment resulting in changes to the program, and thepossibility of implementing the service twice versus once per month.Public comment was made by Citizen Fredrick Harder.AUTHORIZATION TO CONTINUE THE POSTED SPEED LIMIT AND TRAFFIC DATA COLLECTEDON FOSTER ROAD FROM LOOP 306 FRONTAGE ROAD SOUTH THROUGH BUTLER FARMSSUBDIVISIONCouncilmember Alexander requested the item and City Engineer Clinton Bailey presented backgroundinformation. A copy of the presentation/report/document is part of the Permanent Supplemental Record.General discussion was held on the speed zones on similar classified streets, road use by farm equipmentdrivers, and other safety hazards along the roadway.Motion, to maintain posted speed limit as stated, was made by Councilmember Farmer and seconded byCouncilmember Adams.Assistant City Manager Elizabeth Grindstaff suggested staff will present the Manual on Uniform Traffic ControlDevices (MUTCD) traffic engineering principles at a future meeting.Public comment was made by Citizen Fredrick Harder.A vote was taken on the motion on the floor. AYE: New, Morrison, Silvas, Adams, Hirschfeld, and Farmer.NAY: Alexander. Motion carried 6-1.FIRST PUBLIC HEARING AND INTRODUCTION OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2010-2011BUDGET FOR GRANTSAN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AMENDING THE BUDGET FOR THE FISCALYEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2010, AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2011, FOR GRANTSFinance Director Michael Dane presented background information.Motion, to introduce the Ordinance, as presented, was made by Councilmember Adams and seconded byCouncilmember Farmer. Motion carried unanimously.DISCUSSION AND CONSIDERATION OF OVERALL BUDGET GOALS AND POLICYRECOMMENDATIONS RELATED TO:· General Fund Overview· Water Rates for long-term water supply· Other Budget Related Issues
    • Minutes Page 755June 28, 2011 Vol. 102Finance Director Michael Dane presented background information. A copy of the presentation is part of thePermanent Supplemental Record.Discussion was held on a proposed stratified pay plan and related percentages, proposed percentage salary ratesfor employees making less than $50k, proposed innovations for better services and efficiencies, health insurancepremium contribution rate and percentage, employee health committee, the percentage allocation for salariesfrom the general fund, decreasing the property tax rate, and increasing franchise fee rates.City Council suggested the following: taking lower tiered programs, non-public safety involved, e.g. parks andrecreation, pulling facilities off line to maintain other facility improvements and recently approved projects;privatization of facilities and programs; reallocating recreation monies, e.g. partnering with school district toutilize their park areas, expending a one-time expenditure for equipment and schools maintain; salary savingsfor reorganization, and reducing to 4/10 work week. Once the changes and financial savings are determined,such savings may used for street reconstruction.Councilmember Farmer left the meeting at 3:29 P.M. and returned at 3:38 P.M. Councilmember Morrison leftthe meeting at 3:29 returned 3:34 P.M.Upon conclusion, Council recommended and directed staff to bring back budget cuts with significant impacts,and to move forward with increasing the franchise fee allocation rate.AUTHORIZATION OF AMENDMENT #1 PURSUANT TO SECTION 2.2 OF THE AGREEMENT FORCONSTRUCTION MANAGER AT RISK CONTRACT WITH TEMPLETON CONSTRUCTION FOR THENORTH CONCHO RIVER IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT, AUTHORIZED ON NOVEMBER 2, 2010, TOINCLUDE THEIR GUARANTEED MAXIMUM PRICE ($9,300,000.00); AUTHORIZATION FOR ANADDITIONAL $300,000.00 ALLOCATED AS CONTINGENCY OUTSIDE OF THE CONTRACT PRICEALLOWING FOR A TOTAL PROJECT BUDGET OF $9,600,000.00; AND AUTHORIZATION FOR THECITY MANAGER OR HIS DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE ANY RELATED DOCUMENTSConstruction Manager David Knapp and Architect Craig Kinney of Kinney/Frankie Architects presentedbackground information. A copy of the presentation is part of the Permanent Supplemental Record.General discussion was held on the water fall feature and the possibility of adding the amenity if sufficient fundsare available, draining the river and coordinating the drainage with the Lake Nasworthy project.Public comment was made by Citizen Fredrick Harden.Motion, to authorize Amendment #1, as presented and not to exceed stated price, was made by CouncilmemberSilvas and seconded by Councilmember Hirschfeld. Motion carried unanimously.ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION ENACTING DROUGHT STAGE, LEVEL I, OF THE CITY’S WATERCONSERVATION/DROUGHT CONTINGENCY PLAN (ANNEX J, PAGE 801, RESOLUTION #2011-06-073R)Water Utilities Director Will Wilde presented background information.General discussion was held on establishing a conservation credit program and suggested staff present suchinitiative at a future meeting.Motion, to adopt the Resolution, as presented, was made by Councilmember Hirschfeld and seconded byCouncilmember Farmer. Motion carried unanimously.FOLLOW UP AND ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUESCONSIDERATION OF MATTERS DISCUSSED IN EXECUTIVE/CLOSED SESSIONNo action was taken on matters discussed in Executive/Closed Session.
    • Page 756 MinutesVol. 102 June 28, 2011APPROVAL OF A BOARD NOMINATION BY COUNCIL AND DESIGNATED COUNCILMEMBERS:Public Art Commission: Hal Noelke (SMD5) to a 2nd full term April 2013Motion, to approve the board nomination by Council and designated Councilmembers, was made byCouncilmember Hirschfeld and seconded by Councilmember Farmer. Motion carried unanimously.APPROVAL TO RESCHEDULE THE REGULAR JULY 5, 2011 CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO JULY 12,2011Council recommended rescheduling the July 5, 2011 meeting to July 12, 2011. The July 19, 2011 meeting willremain as scheduled.CONSIDERATION OF FUTURE AGENDA ITEMSCity Manager Harold Dominguez distributed the proposed July 12, 2011 Agenda and solicited Councilcomments and suggestions.· Implementing Water Conservation Credit Program, e.g. capturing rain water, low water use toilets, etc. Similar to the plan implemented by the City of San Antonio· Update on Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) traffic engineering principles· Traffic/safety issues in the Bluffs Subdivision, e.g. Melrose· Loop 306 mowing issue· Converting to a 4/10 workweekADJOURNMENTMotion, to adjourn, was made by Councilmember Morrison and seconded by Councilmember Adams. Motioncarried unanimously.The meeting adjourned at 5:02 P.M. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ___________________________________ Alvin New, MayorATTEST:_______________________________Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkAnnexes A-JIn 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: July 8, 2011 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Tom Kerr, Assistant Director of Water Utilities Subject: Agenda Item for July 12, 2011 Council Meeting Contact: Tom Kerr, 657-4209 Caption: Consent Item Consideration of award of bid for WU-09-11 Granular Activated Carbon to Norit Americas, Inc.. Summary: Six (6) bids were received from vendors to supply granular activated carbon. The vendors being Calgon Carbon Corporation, Carbon Activated Corporation, Carbon Tech, Inc., SNR Technologies, and Norit Americas, Inc.. Norit Americas, Inc. provided the lowest unit price for media providing the greatest quantity for the budgeted funds. History: The City uses granular activated carbon (GAC) as filter media at the water treatment plant for turbidity removal and taste and odor improvement. The media performs best if replaced within 3 to 5 years. Financial Impact: Funded within the Water Treatment operation budget at $190,000. Related Vision Item N/A Other Information/ It is recommended that the bid be awarded to Norit Amercas, Inc.. Recommendation: Attachments: Bid Tab Presentation: None Publication: N/A Reviewed by Will Wilde, Water Utilities Director, June 30, 2011. Service Area Director:
    • CITY OF SAN ANGELO BID TABULATION * RFB NO: WU-09-11/Granular Activated Carbon Filter Media * June 29, 2011 Carbon Activited No. Item Calgon Calgon Corporation Carbon Tech SNR Tech Norit 1 Granular Activated Carbon Filter Media $ 1.230 $ 1.130 $ 1.300 $ 1.240 $ 1.151 $ 1.055 Price/Pound 2 Total Purchase $ 190,000.00 $ 190,000.00 $ 190,000.00 $ 190,000.00 $ 190,000.00 $ 190,000.00 Total Pounds 154,471.54 168,141.59 146,153.85 153,225.81 165,073.85 180,094.79 Delivery Time in Calendar Days 14-21 14-21 60 90 14-60 14-60 Bids Mailed To: Calgon Carbon Corporation Pittsburgh, PA Carbon Tech, Inc. Carmel Valley, CA *Norit America, Inc. Marshall, TX SNR Technologies Katy, TXO:2011 Agenda Packets07-12-11PUR WU-09-11 Bid
    • City of San AngeloMemo Date: July 8, 2011 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Brian Dunn, Fire Department Subject: Agenda Item for July 5, 2011 Council Meeting Contact: Brian Dunn, Fire Department, (325) 657-4355 Caption: Consent Item Consideration to Select Vender from RFP FD-02-11 and Authorizing Staff to Negotiate an EMS Billing and Collection Contract and Authorizing City Manager to Execute the Contract Summary/ History:: The City of San Angelo sent out a RFP for EMS Billing and Collections. The city received 5 responses to the RFP. The following companies sent responses. • Business and Professional Service-San Antonio, TX • InterMedix-Houston, TX • Specialized Billing-Houston, TX • Certified Ambulance Group-Wethersfield, CT • CareMed Partners-Lake Wood, CO A committee of five evaluated the companies on OVERALL COST, CONFORMANCE TO SPECIFICATIONS/BEST VALUE, and EXPERIENCE. The committee consisted of Brian Dunn, Fire Chief; Kevin Lassiter, Assistant Chief; Roger Banks, Purchasing Manager; Doug Cooper, Finance and Rick Weise, Assistant City Manager. Business and Professional Service received the top evaluation from the committee. The committee is recommending Business and Professional Service be approved to negotiate a new contract to provide EMS Billing and Collection. We are asking that staff be allowed to negotiate the new contract and the city manager be allowed to execute the contract. Billing and Professional Service is the current provider for these services. Financial Impact: Anticipated Revenue $2,320,000 and Anticipated Cost $255,060 Related Vision Item (if applicable): Other Information/ Staff Recommends Approval Recommendation: Attachments: PUR FD-02-10 Acknowledgement.pdf PUR FD-02-10 Scoring Justification.pdf PUR FD-02-10 Scoring Worksheet.pdf
    • Presentation: NonePublication: NoneReviewed by Brian Dunn 6/6/2011Director:Approved by Legal:
    • City of San Angelo Proposal Acknowledgment * RFP: FD-02-11/EMS Billing & Collections Date: April 15, 2011 Proposals Received City, State 1 Business and Professional Service San Antonio, TX 2 CareMed Partners, Inc Lakewood, CO 3 Certified Ambulance Group Rocky Hill, CT 4 Inter Medix Coorporation Ardmore, OK 5 Specialized Billing Houston, TX Proposals Mailed To: Business and Professional Service San Antonio, TX Inter Medix Coorporation Ardmore, OKNOTE: Include this form with your Agenda MemoY:11‐RFXFireFD0211 EMS BillingFD‐02‐10 RFP Acknowledgement & Wksht
    • City of San Angelo Fire DepartmentMemoTo: Roger Banks, Purchasing ManagerFrom: Chief Brian Dunn, Fire DepartmentDate: April 27, 2011Re: RFP: FD-02-11/EMS Billing & Collections-Submission EvaluationsAfter reviewing the responses submitted for RFP: FD-02-11/EMS Billing & Collections, the five -member committee(consisting of myself, Roger Banks-Purchasing, Doug Cooper-Finance, Assistant Chief Kevin Lassiter, and Rick Weise-Assistant City Manager) scored the submissions as reflected below. 1. Business and Professional Service (B&P), San Antonio, Texas-442 points: B&P has been in service for 79 years and has provided billing and collection services to the City since 1997. Committee members liked the flat percentage fee proposed as it included all billing services as well delinquent account collection services. The collection rate by B & P is estimated to be 75%-85%. This firm also scored high in conformance to the RFP specifications and experience. The committee believes that this company will provide the best value for billing/collections services as well as a “value added service” relating to qualifying patients prior to scheduled transfers. 2. InterMedix, Houston, Texas-397 points: This Company has been in business for 33 years with 500 employees. Committee members were impressed by InterMedix’s submission package and the proposed fee for billing services. However, the fees proposed relating to credit card fees, delinquent account fees and Notice of Privacy Practices mailings were in addition to the 7% base fee. 3. Specialized Billing, Houston, Texas-389 points: Specialized proposed billing fee are 9%-14% depending on the service options selected. However, their collection recovery rate was only 58% to 78%. The company has been in business for 25 years with 25 employees. 4. Certified Ambulance Group, Wethersfield, Connecticut-252 points: Certified Ambulance Group proposed a fee of 7% with an expected recovery rate of 82%. However, the proposed fee did not include delinquent account fees. In addition some critical information requested in RFP was not submitted, e.g., financial reports, resumes of key staff members, etc. 5. CareMed Partners, Lake Wood, Colorado-162 points: Proposed a billing fee of 7% but the fee did not include delinquent account services. The submission package was incomplete and did not provide the selection committee with enough information to compare them to the other companies. The company has been in business for 17 years with 42 employees.As a result of the rankings, the committee is recommending that Business and Professional Service (B&P), of SanAntonio, Texas be approved for negotiating a new contract to provide EMS Billing and Collection Services for the City ofSan Angelo. If a satisfactory contract cannot be negotiated, negotiations with the next most qualified provider, isrecommended. 1 y:11‐rfxfirefd0211 ems billingrfp scoring justifications.docx 
    • Proposal Acknowledgment * RFP: FD-02-11/EMS Billing & Collections Date: April 15, 2011 Chief Dunn Business and Certified Professional CareMed Ambulance Inter Medix Specialized Category Max Pts Service Partners, Inc Group Coorporation Billing Overall Cost 40 35 15 30 30 25 Conformance to Specifications/Best Value 30 27 7 20 25 20 Experience 30 25 10 20 25 20 Interview (If requested) 15 0 0 0 0 0 Reserved 0 0 0 0 0 0 Reserved 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Score 115 87 32 70 80 65 Rank 1 5 3 2 4 Roger Banks Business and Certified Professional CareMed Ambulance Inter Medix Specialized Category Points Service Partners, Inc Group Coorporation Billing Overall Cost 40 35 35 30 32 25 Conformance to Specifications/Best Value 30 30 5 25 30 25 Experience 30 30 30 22 30 25 Interview (If requested) 15 0 0 0 0 0 Reserved 0 0 0 0 0 0 Reserved 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Score 115 95 70 77 92 75 Rank 1 5 3 2 4Y:11-RFXFireFD0211 EMS BillingRFP Acknowledgement & Wksht Page 1 of 4
    • Proposal Acknowledgment * RFP: FD-02-11/EMS Billing & Collections Date: April 15, 2011 Doug Cooper Business and Certified Professional CareMed Ambulance Inter Medix Specialized Category Points Service Partners, Inc Group Coorporation Billing Overall Cost 40 35 0 0 40 30 Conformance to Specifications/Best Value 30 30 0 0 25 20 Experience 30 30 0 0 25 20 Interview (If requested) 15 0 0 0 0 0 Reserved 0 0 0 0 0 0 Reserved 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Score 115 95 0 0 90 70 Rank 1 4 4 2 3 kevin Lassiter Business and Certified Professional CareMed Ambulance Inter Medix Specialized Category Points Service Partners, Inc Group Coorporation Billing Overall Cost 40 20 35 30 30 25 Conformance to Specifications/Best Value 30 25 5 15 25 20 Experience 30 30 15 15 15 20 Interview (If requested) 15 0 0 0 0 0 Reserved 0 0 0 0 0 0 Reserved 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Score 75 55 60 70 65 Rank 1 5 4 2 3Y:11-RFXFireFD0211 EMS BillingRFP Acknowledgement & Wksht Page 2 of 4
    • Proposal Acknowledgment * RFP: FD-02-11/EMS Billing & Collections Date: April 15, 2011 Rick Weise Business and Certified Professional CareMed Ambulance Inter Medix Specialized Category Points Service Partners, Inc Group Coorporation Billing Overall Cost 40 35 5 15 25 10 Conformance to Specifications/Best Value 30 25 0 10 20 18 Experience 30 30 0 20 20 20 Interview (If requested) 15 Reserved 0 Reserved 0 Total Score 115 90 5 45 65 48 Rank 1 5 4 2 3 Business and Certified Professional CareMed Ambulance Inter Medix Specialized Category Points Service Partners, Inc Group Coorporation Billing Overall Cost Conformance to Specifications/Best Value Experience Interview (If requested) Reserved Reserved Total Score 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rank 1 1 1 1 1Y:11-RFXFireFD0211 EMS BillingRFP Acknowledgement & Wksht Page 3 of 4
    • Proposal Acknowledgment * RFP: FD-02-11/EMS Billing & Collections Date: April 15, 2011 Committee Member Summary Business and Certified Total Professional CareMed Ambulance Inter Medix Specialized Category Points Service Partners, Inc Group Coorporation Billing Overall Cost 200 160 90 105 157 115 Conformance to Specifications/Best Value 150 137 17 70 125 103 Experience 150 145 55 77 115 105 Interview (If requested) 75 0 0 0 0 0 Reserved 0 0 0 0 0 0 Reserved 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Score 575 442 162 252 397 323 Rank 1 5 4 2 3 Attach a Written Justification for each companys ranking and forward to Purchasing NOTE: Attached this form and the Written Justification to your Agenda Background MemoY:11-RFXFireFD0211 EMS BillingRFP Acknowledgement & Wksht Page 4 of 4
    • City of San AngeloMemo Date: 6/20/11 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Tim Vasquez, Chief of Police Subject: Agenda Item for July 5, 2011 Council Meeting Contact: Chief Tim Vasquez, 657-4336 Caption: Consent Agenda Item AUTHORIZATION FOR THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO POLICE DEPARTMENT TO ENTER INTO AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH THE TOM GREEN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE FOR THE PURPOSE OF JOINTLY APPLYING FOR THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT AND AUTHORIZATION FOR THE CITY MANAGER OR HIS DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE ANY NECESSARY RELATED DOCUMENTS Summary: The U.S. Department of Justice announced that the City of San Angelo Police Department is eligible to apply for funds from the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant. The grant is designed to help fund state and local initiatives, technical assistance, training, personnel, equipment, supplies, contractual support. The City of San Angelo and Tom Green County are allocated $33,629 jointly from the grant. The funds are divided by the number of authorized positions per department. The Police Department will receive $25,929 and the Tom Green County Sheriff’s Office will receive $7,700. The San Angelo Police Department will purchase Downtown mobile transportation units and replacement cameras for the CSI and Narcotics divisions. The Tom Green County Sheriff’s Office will purchase emergency light systems and portable radios. History: The San Angelo Police Department is awarded funds each year to purchase equipment to help prevent and control crime. Financial Impact: The allocated amount is $33,629. The City of San Angelo will receive $25,929 and Tom Green County will receive $7,700. This will increase the Police Department budget in the amount of $25,929. Other Information/Recommendation: Staff recommends approval of the stated caption. The grant application must be turned in by July 21, 2011 to be eligible for review. Attachments: Interlocal Agreement Presentation: none Reviewed by Service Area Director: Chief Tim Vasquez, Police Department, 6/20/11
    • GMS APPLICATION NUMBER _________________________ CITY SECRETARY CONTRACT NO. _______THE STATE OF TEXAS KNOW ALL BY THESE PRESENTCOUNTY OF TOM GREEN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS AND COUNTY OF TOM GREEN, TEXAS 2011 BYRNE JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM AWARD LOCAL SOLICITATIONThis Agreement is made and entered into this____day of________, 2011, by and between TheCOUNTY of TOM GREEN, acting by and through its governing body, the Commissioners Court,hereinafter referred to as COUNTY, and the CITY of SAN ANGELO, acting by and through itsgoverning body, the City Council, hereinafter referred to as CITY, both of TOM GREEN County,State of TEXAS, witnesseth:WHEREAS, this Agreement is made under the authority of Chapter 791 of the Government Code:andWHEREAS, each governing body, in performing governmental functions or in paying for theperformance of governmental functions hereunder, shall make that performance or those paymentsfrom current revenues legally available to that party: andWHEREAS, each governing body finds that the performance of this Agreement is in the bestinterests of both parties, that the undertaking will benefit the public, and that the division of costsfairly compensates the performing party for the services or functions under this agreement: andWHEREAS, the CITY agrees to provide the COUNTY $7,700 from the JAG award for Emergencylight systems and portable radios program: andWHEREAS, the CITY and COUNTY believe it to be in their best interests to reallocate the JAGfunds.NOW THEREFORE, the COUNTY and CITY agree as follows: Section 1.CITY agrees to pay COUNTY a total of $7,700 of JAG funds. Section 2.COUNTY agrees to use $7,700 for the Emergency light systems and portable radios program untilSeptember 30, 2013. Section 3.Nothing in the performance of this Agreement shall impose any liability for claims against COUNTYother than claims for which liability may be imposed by the Texas Tort Claims Act. Page 1 of 2
    • Section 4.Nothing in the performance of this Agreement shall impose any liability for claims against CITYother than claims for which liability may be imposed by the Texas Tort Claims Act. Section 5.Each party to this agreement will be responsible for its own actions in providing services under thisagreement and shall not be liable for any civil liability that may arise from the furnishing of theservices by the other party. Section 6.The parties to this Agreement do not intend for any third party to obtain a right by virtue of thisAgreement. Section 7.By entering into this Agreement, the parties do not intend to create any obligations express orimplied other than those set out herein; further, this Agreement shall not create any rights in anyparty not a signatory hereto.CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS COUNTY OF TOM GREEN, TEXAS___________________________________ ____________________________________City Manager County JudgeHarold Dominguez Mike BrownATTEST: APPROVED AS TO FORM:___________________________________ ____________________________________City Clerk Assistant District AttorneyAlicia RamirezAPPROVED AS TO FORM: APPROVED AS TO CONTENT:___________________________________ ____________________________________City Attorney Police ChiefLysia H. Bowling Tim Vasquez*By law, the District Attorney’s Office may only advise or approve contracts or legal documents on behalf of itsclients. It may not advise or approve a contracts or legal document on behalf of other parties. Our view of thisdocument was conducted solely from the legal perspective of our client. Our approval of this document wasoffered solely for the benefit of our client. Other parties should not rely on this approval and should seek reviewand approval by their own respective attorney(s). Page 2 of 2
    • City of San Angelo Finance DepartmentMemo Date: June 16, 2011 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Morgan Trainer, Budget Analyst, Sr. Subject: Agenda Item for June 28, 2011 Council Meeting Contact: Morgan Trainer, Budget Analyst, Sr. 653-6291 Caption: st nd Regular (1 reading) Consent (2 reading) First public hearing and introduction of an Ordinance amending the 2010-2011 Budget for grants. Summary: This proposed amendment contains the following items (additional information attached): • WIC Renovation and Program Costs History: See attached Budget Amendment Request memorandum. Financial Impact: $639,500 (see attached detail on Exhibit A of the Ordinance) Related Vision Item (if applicable): N/A Other Information/Recommendation: Staff recommends approval. Attachments: Ordinance including Exhibit A; Department request memos Presentation: N/A Publication: N/A Reviewed by Service Area Director: Michael Dane
    • AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AMENDING THE BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2010, AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2011, FOR GRANTS.WHEREAS the City of San Angelo has determined that new projects not included in thecurrent budget should begin, andWHEREAS the City of San Angelo has determined that certain budgeted amounts shouldbe amended due to project changes and unforeseen circumstances, andWHEREAS the resources necessary for these changes are available;NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OFSAN ANGELO, TEXAS THAT:The City’s budget for fiscal year 2010-2011 be amended by the amounts contained inExhibit A.INTRODUCED on the 28th day of June, 2011, and APPROVED and ADOPTED on thisthe 12th day of July, 2011. CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS __________________________________ Alvin New, MayorATTEST:__________________________________Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkApproved as to Content and Form:__________________________________Michael Dane, Finance Director
    • City of San AngeloProposed Budget AmendmentExhibit A Total Total Net Fund Revenue Expenditure Benefit/Number Fund Name Amendment Amendment (Cost) 103 Intergovernmental 639,500 639,500 0 Totals 639,500 639,500 0
    • City of San AngeloProposed Budget AmendmentAdditional Information 75 Day Net Fund Benefit/ Fund BalanceProject/Need Source of Funding Revenue Expense (Cost) Balance GoalWIC Renovation and Program Costs USDA Federal Funds 639,500 639,500 0
    • City of San AngeloMemo Date: July 8, 2011 To: Mayor and Council From: Robert Schneeman, Development Coordinator Subject: Agenda Item for 07/12/2011 Council Meeting Contact: Robert Schneeman 657-4210 Caption: Regular Agenda Item Consideration and possible action regarding an application by Total Energy Services, LLC on behalf of Nabors Well Services LTD to drill a total of three non producing Training Wells at depths of 2000 feet, 3,000 feet and 6,000 feet on their property located at 1214 Gas Plant Road in support of a new permanent training facility for oil field workers in Southwest Texas Summary: Nabors Well Services LTD is planning to construct a permanent training facility at their San Angelo location on Gas Plant Road which will provide temporary living quarters and classroom facilities for crews in training. The intent is to provide a “real world” environment in which to train including a total of three wells at varying depths which will be used to simulate drilling operations including tool use, equipment assembly and disassembly, and well pipe placement. History: Nabors Well Services LTD has identified the need for a training facility for oil field crews to teach the day to day operational aspects of the oil drilling business. The facility will include temporary living quarters of the type normally found at off shore and / or remote well locations, classrooms and three wells of varying depth to be used to simulate the actual drilling operation. The company has obtained permits from the Texas Railroad Commission for all three wells. In addition they have submitted the required forms to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, TCEQ and received a recommendation for groundwater protection pursuant to that application. Drilling of the three wells will be completed in accordance with applicable Railroad Commission standards. According to San Angelo City Code Section 5.1300 Oil and Gas Drilling, Section 5.1302, it is unlawful for any person acting either for himself or as agent, employee, independent contractor, or servant or any person to drill or commence to drill a well as defined herein within the limits of the City of San Angelo, Texas, or to work upon or assist in any way in the prosecution of the drilling of any such well as defined herein within the city limits of the City of San Angelo, Texas without a permit for the drilling and operation of such well having first been issued by authority of city council of the City of San Angelo, Texas in accordance with the provisions of this article. Financial Impact: $5,000 permit fee Recommendation: Staff recommends approval of the application once received and once applicant has met all requirements under Article 5.1300 of the City of San Angelo, Texas Code of Ordinances.
    • Attachments: Railroad Commission of Texas Permit numbers 714533, 717805, and 718218; TCEQ Form 0051R File No. 3949;Presentation: Robert Schneeman, Development Coordinator
    • Railroad Commission of TexasPERMIT TO DRILL, RECOMPLETE, OR RE-ENTER ON REGULAR OR ADMINISTRATIVE EXCEPTION LOCATION CONDITIONS AND INSTRUCTIONSPermit Invalidation. It is the operator0s responsibility to make sure that the permitted location complies with Commission density and spacingrules in effect on the spud date. The permit becomes invalid automatically if, because of a field rule change or the drilling of another well, thestated location is not in compliance with Commission field rules on the spud date. If this occurs, application for an exception to Statewide Rules 37and 38 must be made and a special permit granted prior to spudding. Failure to do so may result in an allowable not being assigned and/orenforcement procedures being initiated.Permit expiration. This permit expires two (2) years from the date of issuance shown on the original permit. The permit period will not beextended.Drilling Permit Number. The drilling permit number shown on the permit MUST be given as a reference with any notification to the district (seebelow), correspondence, or application concerning this permit.Rule 37 Exception Permits. This Statewide Rule 37 exception permit is granted under either provision Rule 37 (h)(2)(A) or 37(h)(2)(B). Beadvised that a permit granted under Rule 37(h)(2)(A), notice of application, is subject to the General Rules of Practice and Procedures and if aprotest is received under Section 1.3, 1Filing of Documents,2 and/or Section 1.4, 1Computation of Time,2 the permit may be deemed invalid. Before DrillingFresh Water Sand Protection. The operator must set and cement sufficient surface casing to protect all usable-quality water, as defined by theTexas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). Before drilling a well, the operator must obtain a letter from the Texas Commission onEnvironmental Quality stating the depth to which water needs protection, Write: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (SurfaceCasing-MC151), P.O. Box 13087, Austin, TX 78711-3087. File a copy of the letter with the appropriate district office. During DrillingPermit at Drilling Site. A copy of the Form W-1 Drilling Permit Application, the location plat, a copy of Statewide Rule 13 alternate surfacecasing setting depth approval from the district office, if applicable, and this drilling permit must be kept at the permitted well site throughoutdrilling operations.*Notification of Setting Casing. The operator MUST call in notification to the appropriate district office (phone number shown the on permit) aminimum of eight (8) hours prior to the setting of surface casing, intermediate casing, AND production casing. The individual giving notificationMUST be able to advise the district office of the drilling permit number. Completion and Plugging ReportsProducing Well. Statewide Rule 16 states that the operator of a well shall file with the Commission the appropriate completion report withinthirty (30) days after completion of the well or within ninety (90) days after the date on which the drilling operation is completed, whichever isearlier. Completion of the well in a field authorized by this permit voids the permit for all other fields included in the permit unless the operatorindicates on the initial completion report that the well is to be a dual or multiple completion and promptly submits an application for multiplecompletion. All zones are required to be completed before the expiration date on the existing permit. Statewide Rule 40(d) requires that uponsuccessful completion of a well in the same reservoir as any other well previously assigned the same acreage, proration plats and P-15s (if required)must be submitted with no double assignment of acreage.Dry or Noncommercial Hole. Statewide Rule 14(b)(2) prohibits suspension of operations on each dry or non-commercial well without pluggingunless the hole is cased and the casing is cemented in compliance with Commission rules. If properly cased, Statewide Rule 14(b)(2) requires thatplugging operations must begin within a period of one (1) year after drilling or operations have ceased. Plugging operations must proceed with duediligence until completed. An extension to the one-year plugging requirement may be granted under the provisions stated in Statewide Rule14(b)(2).Intention to Plug. The operator must file a Form W-3A (Notice of Intention to Plug and Abandon) with the district office at least five (5) daysprior to beginning plugging operations. If, however, a drilling rig is already at work on location and ready to begin plugging operations, the districtdirector or the director0s delegate may waive this requirement upon request, and verbally approve the proposed plugging procedures.*Notification of Plugging a Dry Hole. The operator MUST call in notification to the appropriate district office (phone number shown on permit)a minimum of four (4) hours prior to beginning plugging operations. The individual giving the notification MUST be able to advise the districtoffice of the drilling permit number and all water protection depths for that location as stated in the Texas Commission on Environmental Qualityletter. *NOTIFICATIONThe operator is REQUIRED to notify the district office when setting surface casing, intermediate casing, and production casing, or when plugging adry hole. Time requirements are given above. The drilling permit number MUST be given with such notifications. DIRECT INQUIRIES TO: DRILLING PERMIT SECTION, OIL AND GAS DIVISION MAIL: PHONE PO Box 12967 (512) 463-6751 Austin, Texas, 78711-2967 Page 1 of 2
    • RAILROAD COMMISSION OF TEXAS OIL & GAS DIVISION PERMIT TO DRILL, DEEPEN, PLUG BACK, OR RE-ENTER ON A REGULAR OR ADMINISTRATIVE EXCEPTION LOCATIONPERMIT NUMBER DATE PERMIT ISSUED OR AMENDED DISTRICT 717805 Jun 09, 2011 * 7CAPI NUMBER FORM W-1 RECEIVED COUNTY 42-451-32715 Jun 06, 2011 TOM GREENTYPE OF OPERATION WELLBORE PROFILE(S) ACRES NEW DRILL Vertical 64.91OPERATOR 598914 NOTICE This permit and any allowable assigned may be NABORS WELL SERVICES CO. revoked if payment for fee(s) submitted to the Commission is not honored. 515 WEST GREENS RD STE 1170 District Office Telephone No: HOUSTON, TX 77067 (325) 657-7450LEASE NAME WELL NUMBER SATTC 2LOCATION TOTAL DEPTH 4.2 miles S direction from SAN ANGELO 3000Section, Block and/or Survey SECTION 169 1/2 BLOCK ABSTRACT 1637 SURVEY MOORE, L PDISTANCE TO SURVEY LINES DISTANCE TO NEAREST LEASE LINE 6759 ft. N 1705 ft. W 1705 ft.DISTANCE TO LEASE LINES DISTANCE TO NEAREST WELL ON LEASE 6759 ft. N 1705 ft. W See FIELD(s) BelowFIELD(s) and LIMITATIONS: * SEE FIELD DISTRICT FOR REPORTING PURPOSES *FIELD NAME ACRES DEPTH WELL # DIST LEASE NAME NEAREST LEASE NEAREST WE-------------------------------------------------------------------- -------- --------- ------- ---WILDCAT 64.91 3,000 2 7C SATTC 1705 0 RESTRICTIONS: For exploratory test only THE FOLLOWING RESTRICTIONS APPLY TO ALL FIELDSThis well shall be completed and produced in compliance with applicable special field or statewide spacing and density rules. If thiswell is to be used for brine mining, underground storage of liquid hydrocarbons in salt formations, or underground storage of gas insalt formations, a permit for that specific purpose must be obtained from Environmental Services prior to construction, includingdrilling, of the well in accordance with Statewide Rules 81, 95, and 97. Data Validation Time Stamp: Jun 9, 2011 10:00 AM( As Approved Version ) Page 2 of 2
    • Railroad Commission of TexasPERMIT TO DRILL, RECOMPLETE, OR RE-ENTER ON REGULAR OR ADMINISTRATIVE EXCEPTION LOCATION CONDITIONS AND INSTRUCTIONSPermit Invalidation. It is the operator0s responsibility to make sure that the permitted location complies with Commission density and spacingrules in effect on the spud date. The permit becomes invalid automatically if, because of a field rule change or the drilling of another well, thestated location is not in compliance with Commission field rules on the spud date. If this occurs, application for an exception to Statewide Rules 37and 38 must be made and a special permit granted prior to spudding. Failure to do so may result in an allowable not being assigned and/orenforcement procedures being initiated.Permit expiration. This permit expires two (2) years from the date of issuance shown on the original permit. The permit period will not beextended.Drilling Permit Number. The drilling permit number shown on the permit MUST be given as a reference with any notification to the district (seebelow), correspondence, or application concerning this permit.Rule 37 Exception Permits. This Statewide Rule 37 exception permit is granted under either provision Rule 37 (h)(2)(A) or 37(h)(2)(B). Beadvised that a permit granted under Rule 37(h)(2)(A), notice of application, is subject to the General Rules of Practice and Procedures and if aprotest is received under Section 1.3, 1Filing of Documents,2 and/or Section 1.4, 1Computation of Time,2 the permit may be deemed invalid. Before DrillingFresh Water Sand Protection. The operator must set and cement sufficient surface casing to protect all usable-quality water, as defined by theTexas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). Before drilling a well, the operator must obtain a letter from the Texas Commission onEnvironmental Quality stating the depth to which water needs protection, Write: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (SurfaceCasing-MC151), P.O. Box 13087, Austin, TX 78711-3087. File a copy of the letter with the appropriate district office. During DrillingPermit at Drilling Site. A copy of the Form W-1 Drilling Permit Application, the location plat, a copy of Statewide Rule 13 alternate surfacecasing setting depth approval from the district office, if applicable, and this drilling permit must be kept at the permitted well site throughoutdrilling operations.*Notification of Setting Casing. The operator MUST call in notification to the appropriate district office (phone number shown the on permit) aminimum of eight (8) hours prior to the setting of surface casing, intermediate casing, AND production casing. The individual giving notificationMUST be able to advise the district office of the drilling permit number. Completion and Plugging ReportsProducing Well. Statewide Rule 16 states that the operator of a well shall file with the Commission the appropriate completion report withinthirty (30) days after completion of the well or within ninety (90) days after the date on which the drilling operation is completed, whichever isearlier. Completion of the well in a field authorized by this permit voids the permit for all other fields included in the permit unless the operatorindicates on the initial completion report that the well is to be a dual or multiple completion and promptly submits an application for multiplecompletion. All zones are required to be completed before the expiration date on the existing permit. Statewide Rule 40(d) requires that uponsuccessful completion of a well in the same reservoir as any other well previously assigned the same acreage, proration plats and P-15s (if required)must be submitted with no double assignment of acreage.Dry or Noncommercial Hole. Statewide Rule 14(b)(2) prohibits suspension of operations on each dry or non-commercial well without pluggingunless the hole is cased and the casing is cemented in compliance with Commission rules. If properly cased, Statewide Rule 14(b)(2) requires thatplugging operations must begin within a period of one (1) year after drilling or operations have ceased. Plugging operations must proceed with duediligence until completed. An extension to the one-year plugging requirement may be granted under the provisions stated in Statewide Rule14(b)(2).Intention to Plug. The operator must file a Form W-3A (Notice of Intention to Plug and Abandon) with the district office at least five (5) daysprior to beginning plugging operations. If, however, a drilling rig is already at work on location and ready to begin plugging operations, the districtdirector or the director0s delegate may waive this requirement upon request, and verbally approve the proposed plugging procedures.*Notification of Plugging a Dry Hole. The operator MUST call in notification to the appropriate district office (phone number shown on permit)a minimum of four (4) hours prior to beginning plugging operations. The individual giving the notification MUST be able to advise the districtoffice of the drilling permit number and all water protection depths for that location as stated in the Texas Commission on Environmental Qualityletter. *NOTIFICATIONThe operator is REQUIRED to notify the district office when setting surface casing, intermediate casing, and production casing, or when plugging adry hole. Time requirements are given above. The drilling permit number MUST be given with such notifications. DIRECT INQUIRIES TO: DRILLING PERMIT SECTION, OIL AND GAS DIVISION MAIL: PHONE PO Box 12967 (512) 463-6751 Austin, Texas, 78711-2967 Page 1 of 2
    • RAILROAD COMMISSION OF TEXAS OIL & GAS DIVISION PERMIT TO DRILL, DEEPEN, PLUG BACK, OR RE-ENTER ON A REGULAR OR ADMINISTRATIVE EXCEPTION LOCATIONPERMIT NUMBER DATE PERMIT ISSUED OR AMENDED DISTRICT 718218 Jun 15, 2011 * 7CAPI NUMBER FORM W-1 RECEIVED COUNTY 42-451-32716 Jun 10, 2011 TOM GREENTYPE OF OPERATION WELLBORE PROFILE(S) ACRES NEW DRILL Vertical 64.91OPERATOR 598914 NOTICE This permit and any allowable assigned may be NABORS WELL SERVICES CO. revoked if payment for fee(s) submitted to the Commission is not honored. 515 WEST GREENS RD STE 1170 District Office Telephone No: HOUSTON, TX 77067 (325) 657-7450LEASE NAME WELL NUMBER SATTC 3LOCATION TOTAL DEPTH 4.2 miles S direction from SAN ANGELO 6000Section, Block and/or Survey SECTION 169 1/2 BLOCK ABSTRACT 1637 SURVEY MOORE, L PDISTANCE TO SURVEY LINES DISTANCE TO NEAREST LEASE LINE 1952 ft. WEST 6756 ft. NORTH 1952 ft.DISTANCE TO LEASE LINES DISTANCE TO NEAREST WELL ON LEASE 1952 ft. WEST 6756 ft. NORTH See FIELD(s) BelowFIELD(s) and LIMITATIONS: * SEE FIELD DISTRICT FOR REPORTING PURPOSES *FIELD NAME ACRES DEPTH WELL # DIST LEASE NAME NEAREST LEASE NEAREST WE-------------------------------------------------------------------- -------- --------- ------- ---WILDCAT 64.91 6,000 3 7C SATTC 1952 0 RESTRICTIONS: For exploratory test only THE FOLLOWING RESTRICTIONS APPLY TO ALL FIELDSThis well shall be completed and produced in compliance with applicable special field or statewide spacing and density rules. If thiswell is to be used for brine mining, underground storage of liquid hydrocarbons in salt formations, or underground storage of gas insalt formations, a permit for that specific purpose must be obtained from Environmental Services prior to construction, includingdrilling, of the well in accordance with Statewide Rules 81, 95, and 97. Data Validation Time Stamp: Jun 15, 2011 5:45 PM( As Approved Version ) Page 2 of 2
    • . City of San AngeloMemo Date: July 8, 2011 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Sandra J. Villarreal Subject: Agenda Item for May 17, 2011 Council Meeting Contact: Sandra Villarreal or Rick Weise Caption: Regular Item Introduction of an Ordinance amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of San Angelo, Texas by amending Chapter 2, Article 2.3800, Entitled, “Animal Shelter Advisory Committee”, Section 2.3803 Entitled “Composition”, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of San Angelo, Texas amending the residency requirements for voting Animal Shelter Advisory Committee members and providing for an exception for licensed veterinarians who maintain a physical location for their practice within the city from said requirements; and making related amendments to voting member provisions; providing for severability; and, providing for an effective date. Summary/History: On May 17, 2011, Council discussed a proposed staff presentation and recommendation of residency requirements of Animal Shelter Advisory Committee members. Upon discussion, council approved the changes to the ordinance, to require voting members be residents of the City of San Angelo, and providing veterinarians a residency exception if the licensed veterinarian maintains a physical location for their practice within the city limits. On December 7, 2010, Council adopted an Ordinance amending and replacing Chapter 2, Article 2.3800 “Animal Services Board” with a New Article 2.3800, entitled “Animal Shelter Advisory Committee”. On review, the adopted Article inadvertently does not contain a City of San Angelo residency clause for the members of the Animal Shelter Advisory Committee. The original Chapter 2, Article 2.3800, Sec. 2.3801, clearly states “All members shall be residents of the City of San Angelo”. The newly adopted ordinance mentions City of San Angelo residency for only two (2) of the seven (7) voting members: Sec. 2.3803 Composition, (A) Voting Members, specifies two (2) individuals who are residents of the City of San Angelo who are not affiliated with, members of, or associated with an animal organization. It is the intent that Voting Members of the Animal Shelter Advisory Committee be Residents of the City of San Angelo since they recommend and make suggestions on Ordinances applicable to the City of San Angelo. Licensed Veterinarians serving on the Advisory Committee may be allowed to reside outside the City of San Angelo corporate limits, only if they maintain a physical location for their practice within the corporate limits of the City.
    • Financial Impact: NoneRelated Vision Item Neighborhood Vision(if applicable):Other Information/ Staff recommends . . .ApprovalRecommendation:Attachments: Original Article 2.3800, Animal Services Board, Sec. 2.3801, Created; Members; Terms, (for Historical Reference) Article 2.3800 Animal Shelter Advisory Committee (Adopted 12/7/10) Copy of Ordinance Amendment Article 2.3800, Animal Shelter Advisory Committee (showing proposed changes made)Presentation: PowerpointPublication:Reviewed by Rick WeiseDirector:Approved by Legal:
    • AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS BY AMENDING CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE 2.3800, ENTITLED “ANIMAL SHELTER ADVISORY COMMITTEE”, SECTION 2.3803 ENTITLED “COMPOSITION”, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS AMENDING THE RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR VOTING ANIMAL SHELTER ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBERS AND PROVIDING FOR AN EXCEPTION FOR LICENSED VETERINARIANS WHO MAINTAIN A PHYSICAL LOCATION FOR THEIR PRACTICE WITHIN THE CITY FROM SAID RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS; AND MAKING RELATED AMENDMENTS TO VOTING MEMBER PROVISIONS; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND, PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.ARTICLE 2.3800 ANIMAL SHELTER ADVISORY COMMITTEESec. 2.3801 AuthorityIn accordance with the authority granted under V.T.C.A., Health & Safety Code § 823, “AnimalShelter,” the governing body of a municipality in which an animal shelter is located shall appointan advisory committee to assist such shelter in complying with the requirements of this article.Sec. 2.3802 PurposeThe purpose of the Animal Shelter Advisory Committee shall be to assist the City of San AngeloAnimal Shelter in complying with the standards and requirements for the operation of animalshelters under state and local law, including standards and requirements for housing andsanitation, animal control officer training under Chapter 829, veterinarians, records andinspections, impoundment, rabies control, quarantine and adoption, and including providingrecommendations related to the authority of the committee hereunder to City Council.Sec. 2.3803 CompositionThe Animal Shelter Advisory Committee shall be appointed by City Council and shall becomposed of ten (10) members, seven (7) of whom shall be voting members and three (3) ofwhom shall be non-voting members, as follows. All voting members are required to be residentsof the city; however, licensed veterinarians who maintain a physical location for their practicewithin the corporate limits of the city are excepted from the aforesaid residency requirement.(A) Voting Members • two (2) licensed veterinarians preferred, • one (1) individual who owns, operates, is employed by or in a business related to the production, sale, distribution or care of animals or livestock • two (2) individuals who represent an animal welfare organization
    • • two (2) individuals who are not affiliated with, members of, or associated with an animal organization(B) Non-Voting Members • one (1) Municipal Official, who shall be the Health Services Manager of the City of San Angelo • one (1) individual whose duties include the daily operation of the animal shelter and who shall be the Animal Services Manager of the City of San Angelo • one (1) County Elected OfficialSec. 2.3804 TermThe term of office for the Health Services Manager of the City of San Angelo and the AnimalServices Manager of the City of San Angelo shall serve an indefinite term until their successor isduly appointed and qualified. All voting members of the committee shall serve a term of two (2)years, or until a successor is appointed and qualified. However, to provide for staggered termsfor the committee members appointed, one member position serving as veterinarian and onemember position serving as a representative from an animal welfare organization, and onemember who is not affiliated with, a member of, or associated with an animal organization shallbe appointed for a three (3) year term, their successors thereafter to be appointed for a two (2)year term. In no event shall the voting members serve more than two (2) consecutive terms. Thecommittee member’s two (2) year term shall coincide with their city councilperson’s two (2)year term.Sec. 2.3805 Removal and VacancyMembers of the Animal Shelter Advisory Committee may be removed for good cause by citycouncil. City council shall appoint a suitable person to serve the remaining term of a committeemember whose place becomes vacant for any reason. Appointees shall serve until the citycouncil designates a replacement.Sec. 2.3806 Election of OfficersThe Animal Shelter Advisory Committee shall elect a chairperson and a vice-chairperson fromits membership for terms to be determined by the advisory committee. The chairperson shallappoint subcommittees to hear evidence or for any other purpose as deemed necessary by theAnimal Shelter Advisory Committee in order to execute more effectively its duties andresponsibilities.Sec. 2.3807 MeetingsThe Animal Shelter Advisory Committee shall meet a minimum of four (4) times a year at a timeand place to be determined by the chairperson of the committee, provided that if a quorum is notpresent at any regularly scheduled meeting, the chairperson shall call a special meeting withinseven (7) days of the regular meeting in order to transact said business with minimum delay, and
    • said chairman shall continue to call special meetings until a quorum is present. Meetings of theAnimal Shelter Advisory Committee shall be conducted in compliance with the Texas OpenMeetings Act. The Chairperson may call a special meeting to conduct business outside of theregularly scheduled meeting as needed.Sec. 2.3808 QuorumA quorum shall consist of a simple majority of the members of the committee.Sec. 2.3809 Rules, Regulations and By-LawsThe Animal Shelter Advisory Committee shall have the power to make rules, regulations and by-laws for its own government in conformity with the laws of the State of Texas; all of said rules,regulations and by-laws shall be approved by the city council.Sec. 2.3810 CompensationMembers of the Animal Shelter Advisory Committee shall serve without compensation.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, this Ordinance shall be effective on, from and after the date of adoption.INTRODUCED on the 28th day of June, 2011, and finally PASSED, APPROVED andADOPTED on this the 12th day of July, 2011. CITY OF SAN ANGELOATTEST: Alvin New, Mayor_______________________Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkApproved as to content: Approved as to form:Sandra Villarreal Lysia H. BowlingHealth Services Manager City Attorney
    • 6/1/2011 City Council June 7, 2011 Animal ServicesHISTORY:• May 17, 2011 – Council discussed Residency Requirements of ASAC as presented by staff, who staff sought direction from Council. Council approved recommendations.• Dec. 7, 2010 – Council adopted new Article 2.3800, Animal Shelter Advisory Committee (ASAC) • New Article – inadvertently does not contain a City of San Angelo Residency Clause for the members of ASAC. (only for two (2) of the seven (7) members) 1
    • 6/1/2011 Animal ServicesPROPOSAL (presented on May 17, 2011)• ASAC members be residents of the City of San A l b b id t f th Cit f S Angelo (they recommend and make suggestions on Ordinances applicable to the City)• Professional Veterinarians serving on ASAC may be allowed t reside outside city li it only if th ll d to id t id it limits, l they operate a veterinary hospital or clinic inside the city limits Animal ServicesSection 2.3803 CompositionThe Animal Shelter Advisory Committee shall be appointed by City Council and shall be composed of ten (10) members, seven (7) of whom shall be voting members and three (3) of whom shall be non-voting members, as follows. All voting members are required to be residents of the city; however, licensed veterinarians who maintain a physical location for their p y practice within the corporate limits of the city are excepted from the aforesaid residency requirements. 2
    • 6/1/2011 Animal Services(A) Voting Members• Two (2) licensed veterinarians preferred,• O (1) individuall who owns, operates, iis employed b One i di id h t l d by or in a business related to the production, sale, distribution or care of animals or livestock,• Two (2) individuals who represent an animal welfare organization• T (2) iindividuals who are not affiliated with, Two di id l h t ffili t d ith members of, or associated with an animal organization Animal Services(B) Non-Voting Members• One (1) Municipal Official, who shall be the Health Services Manager of the City of San Angelo• One (1) individual whose duties include the daily operation of the animal shelter and who shall be the Animal Services manager of the City of San Angelo• One (1) County Elected Official 3
    • City of San AngeloMemorandumDate: May 9, 2011To: Mayor and CouncilmembersFrom: Carl White, Parks and Recreation DirectorSubject: Agenda Item for June 7, 2011 Council MeetingCaption: Regular Agenda ItemFirst public hearing and introduction of an Ordinance amending Article 5.100, AlcoholicBeverages Regulations and deleting Section 8.119, Unlawful to Carry Alcoholic Beveragesof the City of San Angelo Code of Ordinances as related to the Texas Bank SportsComplex and the 29th Street Recreation Area________________________________________________________________________Summary:The City Council approved on January 19, 2010, a policy that allows for the sale of alcoholby the City’s Concessionaire during adult tournaments and permitted special events. Inaddition, this policy prohibits the consumption of alcohol during any youth league and youthtournament play at the Texas Bank Sports Complex. This policy mirrors that adopted by theRecreation Advisory Board in June of 2009.City staff sought City Council’s direction on a revision to the Code of Ordinance as it appliesto the sale and consumption at the Texas Bank Sports Complex and Rio ConchoCommunity Park at the meeting on February 15, 2011. The proposed revision is based onthis discussion.The proposed ordinance would clarify that alcohol would not be permitted for sale orconsumption inside the fenced in quadrangles (quads 1, 2, 3, and 4) except duringpermitted special events or tournaments. Such permits would not be authorized during anyorganized youth activities at the Texas Bank Sports Complex. In addition, consumption ofalcohol during any youth league or youth tournament play would be prohibited at the TexasBank Sports Complex.Attached is a copy of the current ordinance, Article 5.100, Alcoholic Beverages Regulations.The proposed revisions would include a deletion of Sec. 8.119, Unlawful to Carry AlcoholicBeverages into the 29th Street Recreation Area or the Rio Concho Sports Complex, dated1959. For all intents and purposes, this ordinance is obsolete since neither of these sportscomplexes exist, having been replaced by the new Texas Bank Sports Complex and RioConcho Community Park. 1
    • History:• June 2009, the Recreation Advisory Board approved policies related to the sale and consumption of alcohol at the sports complex.• August 1, 2009, the sports complex opened.• August 18, 2009, City Council discussion regarding the sale and consumption of alcohol at the sports complex.• January 19, 2010, City Council discussion regarding the sale and consumption of alcohol at the Texas Bank Sports Complex. City Council adopts policy to allow for the sale of alcohol by the City’s Concessionaire during adult tournaments and permitted special events except during any youth league or tournament play.• February 15, 2011, City Council discussion regarding possible revisions to the Code of Ordinances.Financial Impact: none anticipated.Other Information/Recommendation: Staff recommends approval of the proposedrevisions to the Code of Ordinance, Article 5.100, Alcoholic Beverages Regulations.Attachments: Copy of the minutes from the February 15, 2011 City Councilmeeting, a copy of the current Code of Ordinance, Article 5.100, Alcoholic BeveragesRegulations and a copy of the proposed revised Ordinance.Presentation: Verbal and PowerPoint presentationPublication: N/AReviewed by Assistant City Manager: Rick Weise, City Manager’s Office, May 20, 2011 2
    • Excerpt of the February 15, 2011 City Council minutes:CONSIDERATION OF MATTERS RELATED TO THE CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES, ARTICLE5.100, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES REGULATIONS, AS IT PERTAINS TO THE TEXAS BANKSPORTS COMPLEX AND RIO CONCHO COMMUNITY PARKParks and Recreation Director Carl White presented background information. A copy of the presentation ispart of the Permanent Supplemental Record.Motion, to accept changes as proposed by staff, was made by Councilmember Alexander and seconded byCouncilmember Hirschfeld.Chief Vasquez expressed his concern of providing sufficient police response and coverage with associatedcalls should such an alcohol restriction be placed on the park.Councilmember Alexander withdrew his motion, Councilmember Hirschfeld his second.Motion, to approve, as presented by staff, with the removal of the Rio Concho Community Park, was made byCouncilmember Alexander and seconded by Councilmember Hirschfeld.Public comment was made by Recreation Board Chairperson John Alexander.Mayor New noted since the item was to give direction to staff in how to proceed with the presented points, he noted that a motion was not necessary. Therefore, the motion was withdrawn. 3
    • Existing Ordinances Related to AlcoholARTICLE 5.100 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES REGULATIONS*Sec. 5.101 DefinitionThe terms "alcoholic beverage," "liquor," "beer" and "wine and vinous liquor" as used in thisarticle have the same meanings as the definitions provided in the Texas Alcoholic BeverageCode, Section 1.04, Tex. Codes Ann. (1959 Code of Ordinances, Sec. 5-2-1)Sec. 5.102 License RequiredIt shall be unlawful for any person to manufacture or brew any alcoholic beverage, liquor, beeror wine and vinous liquor for the purpose of sale, or to import into this city, or to distribute, or tosell any alcoholic beverage, liquor, beer, or wine and vinous liquor for the purpose of sale withinthis city without having first obtained the appropriate license from the finance director as hereinprovided, which license shall at all times be displayed in some conspicuous place within thelicensed place of business. (1959 Code of Ordinances, Sec. 5-2-2)Sec. 5.103 License FeesThe finance director is authorized to collect a license fee of one half the state permit fee for eachlicense issued for premises within the city. (1959 Code of Ordinances, Sec. 5-2-3)Sec. 5.104 Prohibited Licenses*No license authorizing the sale of any alcoholic beverage, liquor beer or wine and vinous liquorshall be issued to any dealer where the place of business of any such dealer is within thecorporate limits of the city and is within three hundred feet (300) of any tax supportedelementary or secondary public school. The measurement of the distance between the place ofbusiness where alcoholic beverages are sold and the public school shall be in a direct line fromthe property line of the public school to the property line of the place of business, and in a directline across intersections. Provided, that this section shall not apply to any dealer whose place ofbusiness is within three hundred feet (300) of any tax-supported elementary or secondary publicschool as of the date of the adoption of this article, or to any of their successors. (Ordinanceadopted 5/2/00)Sec. 5.105 Term of LicenseAny license issued under the terms of this article shall be for one year and shall benontransferable, provided, that if the city license of any dealer who is engaged in the sale of beerand of other alcoholic beverages at the time of the adoption of this article does not expire on thesame day as the state and county period as to make the city license terminate on the same day asthe state and county licenses, and in this event only the proportionate part of the fee levied forsuch license shall be collected. The fractional part of any month remaining shall be counted asone month in calculation of the fee that shall be due. (1959 Code of Ordinances, Sec. 5-2-5) 4
    • Sec. 5.106 Hours of Sale*No person who may engage in the sale of beer or other alcoholic beverages within the corporatelimits of the city shall offer for sale or sell any beer other alcoholic beverages within thecorporate limits of the city on Sunday between the hours of two oclock (2:00) a.m. and twelveoclock (12:00) noon and on all other days at any time between the hours of two oclock (2:00)a.m. and seven (7:00) a.m. (1959 Code of Ordinances, Sec. 5-2-6)Sec. 5.107 ReservedSec. 5.108 Proof of ViolationProof of the consumption of beer or other alcoholic beverages between the hours of two fifteenoclock (2:15) a.m. and twelve oclock (12:00) p.m. the following on Sundays or between thehours of two oclock (2:00) a.m. and seven oclock (7:00) a.m. the following on any other day ofthe week in the sale of beer or other alcoholic beverage in the city shall be prima facie evidencethat beer or other alcoholic beverages have been sold by such person in violation of this article.(1959 Code of Ordinances, Sec. 5-2-8)Sec. 5.109 RevocationThe city council is hereby authorized and empowered to revoke the license of any personengaged in the business or occupation on selling, distributing or disposing of beer or otheralcoholic beverages after giving such person ten (10) days notice of a hearing and after holdingsuch hearing for the purpose of determining whether or not such license should be revoked,provided however, that such power of revocation shall be exercised under the followingconditions:(1) When disorderly or immoral practices are permitted on the premises.(2) Where such person sells or offers for sale any beer or other alcoholic beverages inviolation of the terms of this article or of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code, or consumes orpermits any other person to consume beer or other alcoholic beverages on the premises inviolation of the terms of this article or of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code.(1959 Code of Ordinances, Sec. 5-2-9)Sec. 5.110 PenaltyAny person who violates any provision of this article shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and uponconviction shall be subject to a fine as provided for in Section 1.106 of this code. Each day ofsuch violation shall constitute a separate offense (Ordinance adopted 5/2/00) 5
    • Sec. 8.119 Unlawful to Carry Alcoholic Beverages into the 29th Street Recreation Area and RioConcho Sports ComplexIt shall be unlawful for any person, firm, company, organization or corporation to carry alcoholicbeverages inside the fenced-in portion of the 29th Street Recreation Area or the Rio Concho SportsComplex. (1959 Code of Ordinances, Sec. 6-1-25) 6
    • AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS BY AMENDING CHAPTER 8, OFFENSES AND NUISANCES, ARTICLE 8.100, GENERAL OFFENSES, BY REPEALING SECTION 8.119, ENTITLED UNLAWFUL TO CARRY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES INTO THE 29TH STREET RECREATION AREA; AMENDING CHAPTER 5, BUSINESS AND COMMERCE, ARTICLE 5.100, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES REGULATIONS, BY ADDING SECTION 5.107 ENTITLED, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES IN THE TEXAS BANK SPORTS COMPLEX (RIO CONCHO SPORTS COMPLEX), RESTRICTING ALCOHOL IN THE TEXAS BANK SPORTS COMPLEX; PROVIDING FOR PERMITS AUTHORIZING ALCOHOL FOR SPECIFIC EVENTS ON CONDITIONS STATED IN THE TEXAS BANK SPORTS COMPLEX; PROVIDING FOR A PENALTY; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND, PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, It is the intent of the City Council to protect the public health, safety andwelfare; and, WHEREAS, municipalities may, under their police powers, enact reasonable regulationsnot in conflict with state law that promote the health, safety and welfare of citizens; and, WHEREAS, the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code generally governs the regulation ofalcoholic beverages, but the municipality may control City facilities and premises; and, WHEREAS, the City Council approved a policy to allow the sale of alcoholic beveragesby the City’s Concessionaire at the Texas Bank Sports Complex during adult tournaments andpermitted special events only when no youth league or youth tournament play is occurring in thecomplex:BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO:Section 1) THAT, Section 8.119, entitled “Unlawful to Carry Alcoholic Beverages into the29th Street Recreation Area Rio Concho Sports Complex”, of Article 8.100, General Offenses, ofChapter 8, Offenses & Nuisances, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of San Angelo, Texas ishereby repealed:Section 2) That, Chapter 5, Business and Commerce, Article 5.100, Alcoholic BeveragesRegulations, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of San Angelo is amended by adding Section5.107 to read as follows:
    • Sec. 5.107 Alcohol in the Texas Bank Sports Complex (Rio Concho Sports Complex) (a) It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, company, organization or corporation to sell, consume or possess, or to permit or to promote the selling, consuming or possessing, of any alcoholic beverage within or upon the fenced in areas of the quadrangles of the Texas Bank Sports Complex, San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas. (b) It shall be an affirmative defense to the prohibition of this Section, that a person, firm, company, organization or corporation secured a permit, contract, lease or other form of written permission from the Parks and Recreation Department permitting utilization of the City’s concessionaire for the selling, promoting, consuming or possessing of alcoholic beverages for a specific event within one or more designated quadrangles of the Texas Bank Sports Complex and that the sale, promotion consumption or possession of alcohol occurred at the time of the specific event and within such quadrangle or quadrangles as described in the permit, contract, lease or other form of written permission from the Parks and Recreation Department. The permit, contract, lease or other form of written permission from the Parks and Recreation Department shall be limited to specific events, on specific dates, for specified hours and within one or more specific quadrangles of the Texas Bank Sports Complex; and shall be conditioned upon compliance with the Texas Alcohol Beverage Code and applicable municipal ordinances. (c) The Parks and Recreation Department for the City of San Angelo shall adopt a policy and regulations, and a form for application for permit, contract, lease or other form of written permission authorizing utilization of the City’s concessionaire for the sale, consumption or possession of alcoholic beverages within the quadrangles of the Texas Bank Sports Complex for specific events during adult tournaments and permitted special events only when no youth league or youth tournament play is occurring. (d) The premises of the Texas Bank Sports Complex quadrangles include the fields, spectator areas and concession areas within each fenced in quadrangle, located within the area bound on the East by the East Angelo Draw; on the South by the North Concho River; on the West by Bell Street; and, on the North by St. Ann Street, San Angelo, Tom Green County, State of Texas.Section 3) THAT the penalty provisions of Article 5.100 shall remain in full force and effect.Section 4) THAT, the following severability clause is adopted with this amendment: The terms and provisions of this Ordinance shall be deemed to be severable in that if anyportion of this Ordinance shall be declared to be invalid, the same shall not affect the validity ofthe other provisions of this Ordinance.Section 4) THAT, this Ordinance shall be effective on, from and after the date of adoption. INTRODUCED on the ______ day of _______________, 2011, and finally PASSED,
    • APPROVED and ADOPTED on this the _____ day of _______________2011. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Alvin New, MayorAttest:Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkApproved As to Form: Approved As to Content:Carl White Lysia H. BowlingParks and Recreation Director City Attorney
    • 6/1/2011 City Council Meeting June 7, 2011 Texas Bank Sports ComplexCurrent policy regarding alcohol sales and consumptionat the complex:• Sales allowed only by the City’s Concessionaire, San Angelo Host, during adult tournaments and permitted special events.• Consumption of alcohol prohibited during any youth league and tournament p y g play.City staff recommends the policy be formalized andadopted as ordinance and placed in Article 5.100,Alcoholic Beverages Regulations. 1
    • 6/1/2011 Texas Bank Sports ComplexThe proposed ordinance would clarify:• that alcohol would not be permitted for sale or consumption inside the fenced in quadrangles (quads 1, 2, 3, and 4) except during permitted special events or tournaments.• Such permits would not be authorized during any organized y g youth activities at the Texas Bank Sports p Complex.• In addition, consumption of alcohol during any youth league or youth tournament play would be prohibited at the Texas Bank Sports Complex. Texas Bank Sports Complex• The proposed revisions would include a deletion of Sec. 8.119, Unlawful to Carry Alcoholic Beverages into the 29th Street Recreation Area or the Rio Concho Sports Complex, dated 1959. This ordinance is obsolete since neither of these sports complexes exist, having been replaced by the new Texas Bank Sports Complex and Rio Concho Community Park. 2
    • City of San AngeloMemo Date: July 8, 2011 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Clinton Bailey, City Engineer Subject: Agenda Item for July 5, 2011 Council Meeting Contact: Clinton Bailey, 657-4203 Caption: Regular Agenda Presentation and Discussion of the U.S Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices Summary: The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) is a document issued by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) of the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) to specify the standards by which traffic signs, road surface markings, and signals are designed, installed, and used. These specifications include the shapes, colors, and fonts used in road markings and signs. In the United States, all traffic control devices must generally conform to these standards. The manual is used by state and local agencies as well as private construction firms to ensure that the traffic control devices they use conform to the national standard. While some state agencies have developed their own sets of standards, including their own MUTCDs, these must substantially conform to the federal MUTCD. The National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (NCUTCD) advises the FHWA on additions, revisions, and changes to the MUTCD. The City of San Angelo Code of Ordinances requires that all mechanical and non- mechanical traffic control devices installed within the City be warranted as provided in the MUTCD. Mechanical and non-mechanical traffic control devices include but are not limited to signs, pavement markings, traffic signals, temporary traffic control devices (barricades), traffic controls for school areas, traffic controls for highway-rail grade crossings and traffic controls for bicycle facilities. History: This item was requested by Elizabeth Grindstaff, Assistant City Manager Financial Impact: n/a Related Vision Item n/a (if applicable): Other Information/ n/a Recommendation: Attachments: None Presentation: City Staff and PowerPoint
    • Publication: n/aReviewed by Shawn Lewis, July 5, 2011Director:Approved by Legal: n/a
    • 7/8/2011 City Council July 12, 2011Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices• Overview • The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) ensures uniformity of traffic control devices across the nation• Evolution of the MUTCD • 1905: Car clubs in New York and California place sign posts along early roadways • 1920’s: Representatives from Wisconsin, Minnesota and Indiana tour several states and develop basis for uniform signs 1
    • 7/8/2011Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices• 1924: American Association of State Highway Officials (AASHTO) issue report on standard sign shapes and colors• 1935: First MUTCD published• 2009: Latest revision• The MUTCD is adopted by reference in accordance with title 23, United States Code, Section 109(d) and Part 655 603 655.603Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices• Who Uses the MUTCD • State DOT’s and local transportation planners and engineers are required by law to follow MUTCD guidelines• MUTCD and COSA Ordinances • Authority to Designate Locations for Traffic Control Devices • Automatic, Semiautomatic, non-mechanical 2
    • 7/8/2011Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices• Authority for Placement - Professional Engineer • Engineering Judgment—the evaluation of available pertinent information, and the application of appropriate principles, provisions, and practices as i t i i l i i d ti contained in this Manual and other sources, for the purpose of deciding upon the applicability, design, operation, or installation of a traffic control device. Engineering judgment shall be exercised by an engineer, or by an individual working under the supervision of an engineer, through the application p g , g pp of procedures and criteria established by the engineer. Documentation of engineering judgment is not required.• Authority for Placement - Professional Engineer • Engineering Study—the comprehensive analysis and evaluation of available pertinent information, and th application of appropriate principles, d the li ti f i t i i l provisions, and practices as contained in this Manual and other sources, for the purpose of deciding upon the applicability, design, operation, or installation of a traffic control device. An engineering study shall be performed by an engineer, or by an individual working under the g , y g supervision of an engineer, through the application of procedures and criteria established by the engineer. An engineering study shall be documented. 3
    • City of San AngeloMemo Date: July 12, 2011 To: Mayor and City Council members From: AJ Fawver, Planning Manager Subject: Discussion and possible action regarding thoroughfares where off- site signage is allowed Contacts: AJ Fawver, Planning Manager 657-4210 Shawn Lewis, Director of Community & Economic Development Captions: Discussion and possible action regarding Section 12.605 of the Sign Ordinance regarding off-site regulations for CG and CG/CH zoning districts that specify corridors where such signage is allowed. Summary: At the request of Council member Alexander, this item is being brought to the Council for its consideration and discussion. This regulation was most recently used in a sign variance request (SV 11-02), heard at the May 17th meeting. History and Background: San Angelo’s Sign Regulations define both on-site and off-site signs. On-site signs are those which identify the owner or occupant of the location. Any other signs which do not are considered off-site signs. Billboard signs are one type of off-site signage; they advertise goods, services, and businesses which are not on the same parcel. Section 12.605 contains all regulations for off-site signage. They are allowed by right in the following zoning classifications:  Heavy Commercial (CH);  Office Warehouse (OW);  Light Manufacturing (ML); and  Heavy Manufacturing (MH). In other words, these signs are allowed along any street or thoroughfare, so long as the parcel is zoned accordingly.
    • On the other hand, off-site signs are not allowed by right in CG and CG/CH zoningdistricts. Instead, they are only allowed under specific thoroughfares as outlined inSection 12.605:  North Bryant Boulevard, from West 14th Street north to City limits;  North Chadbourne Street, from 37th Street north to City limits;  Pulliam Street, from North Bell Street east to City limits;  South Chadbourne Street, from Avenue N south to City limits;  Loop 306 from Sherwood Way east to City limits;  Sherwood Way, from Clare Drive southwest to City limits; and  Arden Road, from Sherwood Way west to City limits.Analysis:Unlike the 250+ Texas cities that ban construction of additional billboards, City staff isnot asking for any new regulations that limit billboard construction; rather, staff onlyurges Council to maintain the minimal regulations currently in place regarding theplacement of billboards outside the central part of the city. The current regulation allowsbillboards on all major and minor arterial roads coming into the city, but preserves thecentral part of the City to limit billboard signage.Homeowner Rights It is important to understand potential impacts of off-site signage on surrounding properties; especially when considering the increasing trend towards electronic signage. CG and CG/CH zoning districts in San Angelo often abut residential neighborhoods, and as such, caution should be used in determining where such signage may or may not be appropriate. The fact that San Angelo’s sign ordinance allows off-site signs in certain areas tells us two important historical facts: (1) as a city, there has been a general consensus that such signage is not appropriate everywhere, and (2) as a city, there has been a general consensus that zoning districts with lower intensities should be protected from these signs.Preserving Central San Angelo The past analysis that guided the identification of corridors where off-site signs are allowed in CG and CG/CH districts is evident when viewed on a map such as that shown. Corridors coming into the city where billboards are allowed City Limits
    • As you can see, as these corridors approach the center of our city, they terminate. The center of our city includes our historic districts and the heart of the river corridor. It is important to consider that guidelines for downtown grants, preservation standards, and the master plan for the river corridor prohibit or discourage billboards including electronic billboards. The master plan for the river corridor also places a premium on views of the night sky, going so far as to call for elimination of light pollution.Preserving Quality of Life and San Angelo’s Tourism Industry Again, staff is not advocating for any new regulations on billboards or other off- site signs, staff only urges the Council to maintain the limited regulations that currently exist the prohibit billboards in central San Angelo. Besides the lake and State Park, the bulk of San Angelo’s aesthetic and tourism assets are located in the central part of the city. Limitations on billboards have been proven repeatedly to enhance residents’ perception that their community is a quality community and increase the perception of tourists that the community they are visiting is a quality destination. Accordingly, more than 250 cities in Texas and four states with major tourism industries have banned billboards completely. States with a total ban on billboards:  Alaska - State referendum passed in 1998 prohibits billboards  Vermont - Removed all billboards in 1970s  Hawaii - Removed all billboards in 1920s  Maine - Removed all billboards in 1970s and early 80s Public views on billboards:  79% of Texans agree that there should be no more billboards on Texas highways  81% of Houstonians favor their existing ordinance banning new billboard construction  69% of Missourians believe that fewer billboards would make their state more attractive to tourists  By a 10 to 1 margin, Floridians prefer reducing the number of billboards 64% of the citizens in New Hampshire oppose to billboard advertising on highways  A five-year study of 35 cities by the Mississippi Research and Development Center concluded, "The way a community looks affects how both residents and visitors feel about it. An attractive community has a better chance at industry, including tourism."  Michigan residents favor a ban on new billboard construction by a 60%- 32% margin; moreover, more than 90% of Michigan residents believe the state has too many billboards or the right amount of billboards  In Missouri, the margin of opposition to new billboard construction is 78% to 15%.Studies include: Texas Environmental Survey, Stephen Klineberg, PhD., Rice University Survey;"Assessing Public Opinion Regarding Billboards in the Houston Area," for Scenic Houston, byTelesurveys Research Associates, August, 1996; "Survey on Outdoor Advertising," for FloridaHouse of Representatives, Transportation Committee, by Institute for Public Opinion Research,
    • Florida International University, October, 1995; "Public Attitudes Toward Billboards in NewHampshire," for New Hampshire Dept. Of Transportation, by University of New Hampshire, July,1994; EPIC MRA September, 1997 Survey, questions commissioned by Michigan UnitedConservation Clubs "Statewide Public Opinion Poll on Billboards," for Scenic Missouri, by E.Terrance Jones November, 1994;Recommendation: City staff recommends no action be taken to weaken existing off-site signage guidelinesFinancial Impact: N/ANotification: N/APresentation: Council Member Alexander/AJ Fawver, Planning ManagerPublication: N/AReviewed by: Shawn Lewis, Director of Community & Eco. Development
    • City of San AngeloMemo Meeting Date: July 11, 2011 To: Mayor and City Council From: AJ Fawver, Planning Manager Subjects: SU 11-01, a request from Apostolic House of Worship for approval of a Special Use to allow a day care on the site of a religious institution (church) existing on the subject property Location: 1202 Preusser Street at northeast corner of Florence and Preusser Streets in east central San Angelo, specifically on the south 50 feet of Lots 7 and 8 as well as all of Lots 9, 10 and 11 in Block 2 of Sheppard’s Addition to San Angelo Contacts: Tim Wood, from Apostolic House of Worship 895-1477 AJ Fawver, Planning Manager 657-4210 Summary: The Apostolic House of Worship is seeking permission to undertake a day care operation at their church’s existing location in a Single-Family Residence (RS-1) zoning district. Day care centers are not generally allowed in RS-1, RS-2 or RS-3 zoning districts of San Angelo. Day care centers are allowed in these residential zoning districts only with City Council’s approval of a Special Use for such facilities. Furthermore, any such Special Use may be approved only where it is shown that such special use can provide an effective transition between more restrictive and less restrictive zoning districts. As its name implies, a Special Use is a legislative act to allow some particular proposed activity at a location in a zoning district where it otherwise would be prohibited. Like any change to the official zoning map, approval of a Special Use requires action by San Angelo’s City Council, after a hearing and recommendation by the Planning Commission. In doing so, the Planning Commission may: (1) recommend approving the proposed Special Use as requested; or (2) recommend approving the proposed Special Use subject to certain conditions intended, for example, to make it more compatible in its particular environment; (3) recommend denying the requested Special Use; or
    • (4) modify the application to some alternative zoning classification believed to be more appropriate, in which case another public hearing will need to be scheduled.Surrounding Zoning and Land Use:North Single-Family Residence (RS-1) single-family residencesEast Single-Family Residence (RS-1) single-family residencesSouth Single-Family Residence (RS-1) single-family residencesWest Single-Family Residence (RS-1) and Two-Family Residence single-family residencesBackground:In its plans for a day care operation at this location, Apostolic House of Worship intendsto construct no new buildings or additions to the existing building there. Instead,Apostolic House of Worship plans to use each of five full classrooms, a large nursery andkitchen already existing in the church building on this subject property.At the May meeting of the Planning Commission, discussion revolved around concern oftraffic management and the Commission voted to table the item for a maximum of threemonths to allow the proponent to come back to the Commission with a site plan illustratinghow they intend to handle the traffic generated by the use. In June, then-Principal PlannerBrad Stone was given such a graphic, which has been incorporated into this report.Analysis and Recommendation:As mentioned above, approving a Special Use is a legislative act to allow some particularproposed activity at a location in a zoning district where such activity would otherwise beprohibited by zoning regulations. Although potentially applicable to “any use deemedappropriate” in any zoning district, San Angelo’s Zoning Ordinance goes on to state thatSpecial Uses should be restricted to circumstances “where such use can provide effectivetransition between less restrictive and more restrictive zoning districts.” For example, aSpecial Use for some limited nonresidential activity may be considered in a residentialdistrict along its boundary with a commercial district, providing a useful and effectivetransition between two otherwise incongruous environments.This is the general standard that must be met, in order for the requested Special Use (i.e., aday care) to be approved on the subject property in a Single-Family Residence District.In spite of the submitted traffic plan, staff’s recommendation remains unchanged. While it istrue that the submitted plan provides some clarity for traffic movement, it still does notchange the fact that, per the Zoning Ordinance, a Special Use must provide an effectivetransition between zoning districts. This property is located in a large swath of RS-1 zoning,and therefore, no transition is provided; thus, the standard is not met. However, one couldcontend that the proposed site plan helps, to some small degree, to minimize some of thetraffic impacts.
    • City staff recommends denying this requested Special Use for a day care in an RS-1zoning district. Single-Family Residence zoning and, for the most part, single-familyresidential use surround the subject property on all four sides.Zoning Ordinance Subsection 209.H identifies still more criteria for the PlanningCommission and City Council to use in deciding whether to approve a requested SpecialUse, including:  Impacts Minimized. Whether and the extent to which the proposed Special Use minimizes adverse effects on adjacent properties.  Compatible with Surrounding Area. Whether and the extent to which the proposed Special Use is compatible with existing and anticipated uses surrounding the subject property.  Traffic Circulation. Whether and the extent to which the proposed Special Use is likely to result in extraordinarily prolonged or recurrent congestion of surrounding streets, especially minor residential streets.  Community Need. Whether and the extent to which the proposed Special Use addresses a demonstrated community need.  Development Patterns. Whether and the extent to which the proposed Special Use would result in a logical and orderly pattern of urban development in the community.City staff contends these criteria generally suggest the proposed day care at this locationshould be denied, since it may result in adverse impacts on nearby properties, especially interms of traffic circulation. A day care center, especially if operated 5 days each week, islikely to result in some noticeable traffic increase on nearby streets during the early morningand late afternoon, which could lead to recurrent congestion as stated in the item abovetitled “Traffic Circulation”. This impact alone may have ill effects on the comfort and value ofnearby homes. Even if current homeowners don’t anticipate negative effects, they may stillhappen; if approved, this Special Use will run with the property indefinitely. This impact, inthe opinion of staff, renders it incompatible with the surrounding area (item 2 above).Lastly, the Zoning Ordinance further asserts the incompatibility of day care activity withresidential use – this is clear given the relegation of such a use to commercial zoningdistricts and only those residential districts highest in density.If the Planning Commission is nonetheless inclined to approve this requested Special Use,commission members may want to consider requiring asphalt pavement of the existinggravel-surfaced parking area sandwiched between the existing church building and the westside boundary of this subject property, as a condition for approval. The site plan presentedby the applicant can also be included, to add the condition that development match what ison the plan.While City staff recommended denial based on the rationale described above, thePlanning Commission recommended approval of the request by a 6-1 vote. They madethis approval subject to two conditions: (1) that the site plan be adhered to, and (2) that theadditional parking be provided as proposed on the site plan.
    • Notification: Thirty-four (34) owners of nearby property were formally re- notified of this application for Special Use approval. 7 were received in favor; and 1 was received in opposition, stating, “I have owned my property in this area since 1976. We built our home at 1230 Preusser Street in that year. We are very satisfied with our neighbors and the neighborhood, just as it is!”Attachments: excerpt from zoning map, highlighting subject property of requested Special Use; aerial photo of same vicinity (as above-mentioned map) highlighting subject property of requested Special Use; letter from Diane Ibarra of Apostolic House of Worship, outlining plans for operation of a day care at this location; graphic from Diane Ibarra of Apostolic House of Worship, illustrating traffic management plans for a day care at this location; map excerpt showing location of property for which notifications were returned, using green as those in favor and red as those in opposition; and draft minute excerpt from Planning Commission meeting of June 20th.Presentation: AJ Fawver, Planning ManagerReviewed by: AJ Fawver, Planning Manager
    • City of San AngeloMemo Meeting Date: July 12, 2011 To: Mayor and Council members From: AJ Fawver, Planning Manager Subjects: SU 11-02, a request for approval of a Special Use to allow placement of a “band stand” or “stage”, categorized in the Zoning Ordinance as a major entertainment event, on the subject property: Location: a 1.722 acre tract located approximately 285’ west of the intersection of Old Knickerbocker Road and South Bryant Boulevard in south central San Angelo, specifically the remainder of Tract C in the T.J.A.K. Addition to San Angelo Contacts: Ray Zapata 212-3151 AJ Fawver, Planning Manager 657-4210 Summary: The applicant is seeking to obtain a Special Use that would allow him to place a “band stand” on the subject property, which currently serves as additional parking for Mejor Que Nada restaurant and also houses a small office building. The band stand is not proposed to be enclosed, and would be used for special events to be held on-site. As its name implies, a Special Use is a legislative act to allow some particular proposed activity at a location in a zoning district where it otherwise would be prohibited. Like any change to the official zoning map, approval of a Special Use requires action by San Angelo’s City Council, after a hearing and recommendation by the Planning Commission. In doing so, the Planning Commission may: (1) recommend approving the proposed Special Use as requested; or (2) recommend approving the proposed Special Use subject to certain conditions intended, for example, to make it more compatible in its particular environment; (3) recommend denying the requested Special Use; or (4) modify the application to some alternative zoning classification believed to be more appropriate, in which case another public hearing will need to be scheduled.
    • Surrounding Zoning and Land Use:North General/Heavy Commercial (CG/CH) & retail (restaurants, auto part stores, Light Manufacturing (ML) car wash, gas station), residencesEast General/Heavy Commercial (CG/CH), retail (restaurants, auto part store) General Commercial (CG), offices, residences Neighborhood Commercial (CN), Single-Family Residential (RS-1)South Light Manufacturing (ML), retail (general, lube center), General/Heavy Commercial (CG/CH), offices, residences General Commercial (CG), Single-Family Residence (RS-1)West Light Manufacturing (ML) car sales, DeCoty Coffee CoBackground:The property owner desires to place a “band stand” on the site which would host periodicevents of a cultural or musical nature, in association with the neighboring restaurant. Thistype of use is characterized in the Zoning Ordinance as an “entertainment event, major”.These activities are generally of a spectator nature and draw large numbers of people tospecific events or shows. Outdoor amphitheaters, for example, fall into this category. Sucha use is only allowed in an ML district with approval of a Special Use.Analysis and Recommendation:The area is unique in that it is surrounded by a variety of zoning classifications, from verylight (RS-1) to very heavy (ML). The property is also near a major thoroughfare(Knickerbocker Rd) which was, in its infancy, was surrounded by many manufacturing usesbut is gradually transitioning to a commercial corridor. Also nearby is South BryantBoulevard, another major thoroughfare with extensive commercial development.Residential development in this area is isolated and dates back to the mid-1950’s, but isunlikely to continue based on the newer features and patterns of growth in the immediatevicinity.As mentioned above, approving a Special Use is a legislative act to allow some particularproposed activity at a location in a zoning district where such activity would otherwise beprohibited by zoning regulations. Although potentially applicable to “any use deemedappropriate” in any zoning district, San Angelo’s Zoning Ordinance goes on to state thatSpecial Uses should be restricted to circumstances “where such use can provide effectivetransition between less restrictive and more restrictive zoning districts.” For example, aSpecial Use for some limited nonresidential activity may be considered in a residentialdistrict along its boundary with a commercial district, providing a useful and effectivetransition between two otherwise incongruous environments.This is the general standard that must be met, in order for the requested Special Use (i.e., aday care) to be approved on the subject property in a Single-Family Residence District. It
    • does appear that this use would create a transition between a more restrictive zoning (ML)and less restrictive zoning (CG, CG/CH).Zoning Ordinance Subsection 209.H identifies still more criteria for the PlanningCommission and City Council to use in deciding whether to approve a requested SpecialUse, including:  Impacts Minimized. Whether and the extent to which the proposed Special Use minimizes adverse effects on adjacent properties.  Compatible with Surrounding Area. Whether and the extent to which the proposed Special Use is compatible with existing and anticipated uses surrounding the subject property.  Traffic Circulation. Whether and the extent to which the proposed Special Use is likely to result in extraordinarily prolonged or recurrent congestion of surrounding streets, especially minor residential streets.  Community Need. Whether and the extent to which the proposed Special Use addresses a demonstrated community need.  Development Patterns. Whether and the extent to which the proposed Special Use would result in a logical and orderly pattern of urban development in the community.The proposed use is compatible, overall, with the surrounding properties. Additionally,because of the proximity to major thoroughfares, there appears to be no issue with trafficcirculation. That said, the potential for adverse effects exists because of the introduction ofnoise to the environment. From experience, we know that even semi-enclosed areasgenerate noise that can carry for quite a distance. In this particular circumstance, thesubject property is not even partially enclosed. However, San Angelo has separateordinances to regulate noise generated by such an event, located in 8.101 and 9.109.Staff generally recommends approval of this request, subject to conditions outlined below: (1) Events on this property can only be held between the hours of 7:00 am (as referenced in 8.101) and 10:30 pm (as referenced in 8.101) Sunday through Thursday; (2) Events on this property can only be held between the hours of 7:00 am (as referenced in 8.101) and 11:30 pm on Fridays and Saturdays; and (3) Speakers and lighting will be situated so as to minimize sound and light directed at nearby residences.At its June 30th meeting, the Planning Commission approved this request, subject to thefollowing conditions: (1) Events on this property can only be held between the hours of 7:00 am (as referenced in 8.101) and 11:00 pm (as referenced in 8.101) Sunday through Thursday unless administratively approved by staff;
    • (2) Events on this property can only be held between the hours of 7:00 am (as referenced in 8.101) and 1 am on Fridays and Saturdays unless administratively approved by staff; (3) Placement of a privacy fence meeting the standards of the Zoning Ordinance along the northern boundary of the site; and (4) Speakers and lighting will be situated so as to minimize sound and light directed at nearby residences.Notification: Seven (7) owners of nearby property were formally notified of this application for Special Use approval. 0 notifications were returned in favor; and 1 notification was returned in opposition, stating that, “The crowds & noise would not bother us but I would be concerned about security of all the equipment I have on my neighboring yard. We have lots of small and large equipment that could be damaged or stolen if the crowds contained “elements” that when drinking might decide to climb our fence & “play” on it. Our issue is security and that is the reason for our objection.”Attachments: excerpt from zoning map, highlighting subject property of requested Special Use; aerial photo of same vicinity (as above-mentioned map) highlighting subject property of requested Special Use; graphic from applicant showing proposal on the site; and draft minute excerpt from Planning Commission meeting of June 20th.Presentation: AJ Fawver, Planning ManagerReviewed by: AJ Fawver, Planning Manager
    • City of San AngeloMemo Meeting Date: July 12, 2011 To: Mayor and City Council members From: AJ Fawver, Planning Manager Subjects: SU 11-03, a request for approval of a Special Use to allow a “bed and breakfast” on the subject property: Location: 3149 Red Bluff Rd E, approximately 385’ west of the intersection of Red Bluff Rd E and Red Bluff Rd W, in far southwest San Angelo, specifically on Lot 93 in Block 4 of the Red Bluff Group of the Lake Nasworthy Addition to San Angelo Contacts: B.A. and Winkay Reed 942-6797 AJ Fawver, Planning Manager 657-4210 Summary: The applicant is seeking to obtain a Special Use that would allow them to use an accessory building (currently a “guest house”) as a bed and breakfast facility. As its name implies, a Special Use is a legislative act to allow some particular proposed activity at a location in a zoning district where it otherwise would be prohibited. Like any change to the official zoning map, approval of a Special Use requires action by San Angelo’s City Council, after a hearing and recommendation by the Planning Commission. In doing so, the Planning Commission may: (1) recommend approving the proposed Special Use as requested; or (2) recommend approving the proposed Special Use subject to certain conditions intended, for example, to make it more compatible in its particular environment; (3) recommend denying the requested Special Use; or (4) modify the application to some alternative zoning classification believed to be more appropriate, in which case another public hearing will need to be scheduled.
    • Surrounding Zoning and Land Use:North Single-Family Residential (RS-1) residencesEast Single-Family Residential (RS-1) residencesSouth Single-Family Residential (RS-1) residences, Lake NasworthyWest Single-Family Residential (RS-1) residencesBackground:The property owner desires to convert their existing guest house into a bed and breakfastfacility to rent out to customers wishing to visit for a short-term period. The attached siteplan shows the guest house to be on the northernmost part of the lot, closest to right-of-wayfor Red Bluff East. The main residence is situated nearest the lake frontage of the lot. Bedand breakfasts uses are allowed by right in heavier commercial districts (CG, CG/CH, andCBD) and can be allowed with the Planning Commission’s approval of a Conditional Use inthe CN, CO, OW, ML, and MH districts. For all residential zoning districts, except thoseintended for manufactured housing, such uses are only allowed with approval of a SpecialUse by the Planning Commission and City Council.Analysis and Recommendation:As described above, this area is completely surrounded by RS-1 zoning. The closest non-residential zoning is west approximately two blocks and is a moderate-sized PlannedDevelopment (PD) district. There is a small General Commercial (CG) zoning districtlocated south of the property, but across that portion of Lake Nasworthy.As mentioned above, approving a Special Use is a legislative act to allow some particularproposed activity at a location in a zoning district where such activity would otherwise beprohibited by zoning regulations. Although potentially applicable to “any use deemedappropriate” in any zoning district, San Angelo’s Zoning Ordinance goes on to state thatSpecial Uses should be restricted to circumstances “where such use can provide effectivetransition between less restrictive and more restrictive zoning districts.” As such, it seemsinherently untrue that a Special Use approval at this location would provide a transition frommore intensive zoning to less intensive zoning; in fact, without the presence of a zoningdistrict boundary at or very near this property, no transition would occur whatsoever.Zoning Ordinance Subsection 209.H identifies still more criteria for the PlanningCommission and City Council to use in deciding whether to approve a requested SpecialUse, including:  Impacts Minimized. Whether and the extent to which the proposed Special Use minimizes adverse effects on adjacent properties.  Compatible with Surrounding Area. Whether and the extent to which the proposed Special Use is compatible with existing and anticipated uses surrounding the subject property.
    •  Traffic Circulation. Whether and the extent to which the proposed Special Use is likely to result in extraordinarily prolonged or recurrent congestion of surrounding streets, especially minor residential streets.  Community Need. Whether and the extent to which the proposed Special Use addresses a demonstrated community need.  Development Patterns. Whether and the extent to which the proposed Special Use would result in a logical and orderly pattern of urban development in the community.To some extent, it could be argued that the potential exists for impacts on neighboringproperties through traffic and noise, though this is a limited effect due to the limited size ofthe existing guest house facility; keep in mind, however, that the buildings as they existtoday may not exist years from now, and additional construction is a possibility that couldincrease the number of guests. The bed and breakfast use should only be allowed at themost appropriate and most transitional locations, as evidenced by the Zoning Ordinance’sUse Table, which only allows such an activity to take place in any residential zoning areaunder a Special Use approval.City staff recommends denial of the request for Special Use at this location. The requesteduse would not provide any sort of transition from a more restrictive to a less restrictivezoning district. Impacts on adjacent properties are a real possibility and the requestappears incompatible with the surrounding area. No community need is demonstrated.The Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval of this request. Staff isgoing to begin preparation and research of regulations for rentals in similar communities,and, perhaps, an amendment to the ordinance if so directed by the Planning Commission.Notification: Nine (9) owners of nearby property were formally re-notified of this application for Special Use approval. 0 notifications were returned in favor; and 0 notifications were returned in opposition.Attachments: excerpt from zoning map, highlighting subject property of requested Special Use; aerial photo of same vicinity (as above-mentioned map) highlighting subject property of requested Special Use; graphic from applicant showing proposal on the site; and draft minute excerpts from the June 20th meeting.Presentation: AJ Fawver, Planning ManagerReviewed by: AJ Fawver, Planning Manager
    • City of San AngeloMemo Dale: June 23, 2011 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Will Wilde, Water Utilities Director Subject: Agenda Item for June 28, 2011 Council Meeting Contact: Will Wilde, Water Utilities Director, 657-4209 Caption: Consideration of a request from Quicksand Partners, Ltd. to purchase raw water from the City Summary: Quicksand golf course currently utilizes water from the Concho River under a water right it owns to water its golf course. Due to the low flow in the Concho River, the Watermaster has restricted pumping from the Concho River by any water right holder. Quicksand would like to continue to utilize its river water irrigation system and has requested the purchase of raw water from the City. History: The Watermaster Program regulates all diversions of water from the rivers in the Concho River Basin. For water rights that dont have storage associated with them, commonly referred to as "Run of the River Rights", they can only use water when there is sufficient flow in the river for the Watermaster to allocate to the water right holder. The Citys water rights on Twin Buttes and Nasworthy are storage rights and, once stored, the water can be used at any time in the future regardless of stream flow rates. Financial Impact: Citys standard raw water rate is $1.71 per 1,000 gallons. Other InformationIRecommendation: The raw water that would be purchased would come from the Citys stored water in Twin Buttes Reservoir. The water would be delivered to Quicksand by releasing through Nasworthy Dam, down the South Concho River and through Bell Street Lake into the main Concho River. th Quicksand has requested a maximum volume of 24 acre-feet per week for the period of June 28 to st October 31 . Typically they anticipate using 12 acre-feet per week and have requested the maximum of 24 acre-feet to account for evaporation and channel losses. Release rates for the water would be measured at Nasworthy Dam and be included in the Citys water rights accounting plan. The plan takes into consideration stream bed losses and these would be charged to the volume of water requested by Quicksand. Currently, the stream bed losses are 15 to 20% of the volume released. Quicksand golf course is located in the City limits and use of the water would be in accordance with the Citys Water Conservation/Drought Contingency Plan. Attachments: Quicksand Letter; Water Usage Request Reviewed by Service Area Director: Will Wilde, Water Utilities Director, June 23, 2011.
    • * OmCIGAND - - - ,~ . -- "West Texas Premier Golfing Venue" .. 2305 Pulliam * San Angelo, Texas 76905 (Phone) 325-482-8337 * (Fax) 325-486-1165City of San AngeloAttn: Will H. Wilde, P .E. Director of Public Utilities72 West College AvenueSan Angelo, Texas 76903Dear Mr. Wilde:I respectfully request that Quicksand Partners Ltd. be allowed to purchase water from theCity of San Angelo for irrigation of the Quicksand Golf Course.The diversion point for our purchase is proposed to be our existing pump station site onthe Concho River which is located approximately 0.1 miles downstream of the East Loop306 Bridge.Please caIl me if you have any questions (325-482-8337).Jack V. Hutchison~f/;~General Manager
    • Request The Purchase of Raw Water(1) Use of Diverted Water: Maintenance of the Quicksand Golf Course.(2) Diversion Volume Requested: th (A) A maximum of 12 Acre-Ft per week commencing June 28 2011 and th th (B) An additional maximum of 12 Acre-FT per week for the weeks commencing June 28 , July 5 , and July lih, 2011.(3) Diversion Location: The diversion location appurtenant to Certificate of Adjudication Number 14-1330c, Quicksand Partners, Ltd, A Texas Limited Partnership.(4) Allowable Diversion Times: To be as specified by the City of San Angelo consistent with Item (4) should this parameter be deemed necessary by the Council.(5) Minimum Weekly Diversion Period: Typically 110 Hours per Week: 220 Hours per Week during the periods set forth at Item (lB).(6) Measurement: Volume released by the City of San Angelo multiplied by a system loss factor of 1.20.(7) Compliance Verification: Weekly meter readings from the "TCEQ" meter present at the Diversion Location.(8) Additional Items: 5 (A) The weekly Diversion Volume is anticipated to be reduced on or before November 1 2011. (8) Due to the inexactitudes associated with the empirical measurement of and accurate control of the volume of raw water drawn at the Diversion Location a tolerance factor of +/- 0.20% shall be applicable. (C) A Location Map is attached at Exhibit "A" and a Process Diagram is attached at Exhibit "B". (D) The Concho River Watermaster has provided verbal "general concept approval" of the algorithms appurtenant to his jurisdiction depicted on the Process Diagram and thi~ document has been emailed to him for his review.
    • Quicksand Galf Course • Diversion Location Concho Scale 1 "= 2000 • Exhibit "A" Location MapWater RightsAccounting - TCEQ Water Rights Compliance Meter Readings ! Released Volume X 1.20COSA Release Concho Diversion Golf Location River I Location I Course l--", ,"", , j • 1.20 Raw Water Invoice ~I Golf Course Meter Readings .. COSA Diversion Compliance Exhibit "B" Process Diagram
    • City of San Angelo Finance DepartmentMemo Date: July 5, 2011 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Bryan Kendrick, Budget Analyst, Sr. Subject: Agenda Item for July 12, 2011 Council Meeting Contact: Bryan Kendrick, Budget Analyst Sr., 657-4211 Caption: Regular Item Discussion and consideration of overall budget goals and policy recommendations related to: A. Water Rates for Long-Term Water Supply B. Franchise Fees C. Landfill Financial Condition and Rate Discussion D. Other Budget Related Issues Summary: We will continue discussions of the Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Budget. We will begin with discussion of the Water Rates for long-term water supply, Franchise Fees, Landfill Financial Condition/Rate Discussion, and other Budget Related Issues as time allows. Financial Impact: Discussion at the City Council meeting. Related Vision Item (if applicable): Financial Vision. Presentation: Yes Publication: None Reviewed by Service Area Director: Michael Dane, Finance