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  • NOTICE OF A PUBLIC MEETING AN AGENDA OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS 11:15 A.M. - Thursday, February 21, 2013 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 210, CITY HALL, 657-4405, AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE MEETING.City Council meetings are broadcast on Channel 17-Government Access at 10:30 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. everyday for two weeks beginning on the Thursday after each meeting. As a courtesy to those in attendance, please place your cell phone on “Silent” or “Vibrate” Thank You!I. OPEN SESSION (9:00 A.M.) A. Call to Order B. Prayer and Pledge "Honor the Texas flag; I pledge allegiance to thee, Texas, one state under God, one and indivisible.” C. Recognitions Veronica Sanchez, City of San Angelo Human Resources Manager, for being named HR Professional of the Year by the Concho Valley Society for Human Resources Management Rex Rogers, for winning the contest suggesting the name for the City’s government access channel SATV D. Public Comment The Council takes public comment on all items in the Regular Agenda. Public input on a Regular Agenda item will be taken at its appropriate discussion. Public input on an item not on the Agenda or Consent Agenda may be identified and requested for consideration by the Council at this time. The Council may request an item to be placed on a future agenda, or for a Consent Agenda item, to be moved to the Regular Agenda for public comment.II. CONSENT AGENDA 1. Consideration of approving the February 5, 2013 and February 11, 2013 City Council Regular and Special meeting minutes, respectively 2. Consideration of awarding bid WU-04-13 for Caustic Soda to DPC Industries (Sweetwater, TX) in the amount of $68,800.00 for solution which is 25% Caustic Soda and to K.A. Steel Chemical, Inc. (Lemont, IL) in the amount of $174,000.00 for solution which is 50% Caustic Soda and authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute any necessary related documents (Interim Water Utilities Director Ricky Dickson) 3. Consideration of adopting Resolutions of the City of San Angelo authorizing the Mayor to execute tax-resale (quitclaim) deeds conveying all right, title and interest of the City of San Angelo, and all other taxing units interested in the tax foreclosure judgment: (submitted by Real Estate Administrator Cindy Preas) a. 629 E 19th Street, (Hagelstein), Lots 14-16, Block 4, Marx & Blum, $36,000.00, A-10-0117-TAXCity Council Agenda Page 1 of 4 February 21, 2013
  • b. Next to 24 W Avenue C, (Sawyer), Lot 8, Block 76, Fort Concho, $1,750.00, Suit No. TAX89- 0281B c. 23 W 13th Street, (Jones), Lot 6, Block 60, Miles Addition, $750.00, Suit No.TAX89-0282B d. Next to 114 Lowrie Avenue, (Torres), E 50’ of South ½ of Lot 14, Block 10, J.E. Douglas Addition, $1,500.00, Suit No. B2220-B 4. Consideration of adopting a Resolution authorizing the execution of a Memorandum of Understanding with Goodfellow Air Force Base Readiness and Emergency Management Flight providing for emergency and mutual aid assistance in preparation for and response to disaster or civil emergencies (submitted by Interim EMC Teresa Covey) 5. Consideration of adopting a Resolution authorizing the San Angelo Police Department to apply for the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG) (submitted by Police Chief Tim Vasquez) 6. Consideration of authorizing the San Angelo Fire Department to participate in the 2013 Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Fill the Boot Campaign (submitted by Fire Chief Brian Dunn) 7. Consideration of adopting a Resolution designating polling places within the election precincts within the City of San Angelo, Texas for elections ordered; providing for pre-clearance and all other necessary actions; and providing for an effective date (submitted by City Clerk Alicia Ramirez) 8. Consideration of adopting a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute an Interlocal Agreement For Joint Election to hold a joint election on May 11, 2013 with Tom Green County, Veribest Independent School District, Wall Independent School District, Grape Creek Independent School District, and San Angelo Independent School District (submitted by City Clerk Alicia Ramirez)III. REGULAR AGENDA: F. EXECUTIVE/CLOSED SESSION Executive Session under the provision of Government Code, Title 5. Open Government; Ethics, Subtitle A. Open Government, Chapter 551. Open Meetings, Subchapter D. Exceptions to Requirement that Meetings be Open, Section 551.072 to deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property Executive Session under the provision of Government Code, Title 5. Open Government; Ethics, Subtitle A. Open Government, Chapter 551. Open Meetings, Subchapter D. Exceptions to Requirement that Meetings be Open, Section 551.071 to consult with attorney on pending or contemplated litigation; or a settlement offer regarding Personal Injury Claim #A012255 G. PUBLIC HEARING AND COMMENT 9. Demonstration and consideration of the Neptune N Sight IQ software which would allow citizens the ability to access their utility data collected from the City’s automatic meter reading system and any action in connection thereto (Presentation by Interim Water Utilities Director Ricky Dickson and Charlie Trimble of Neptune Technology Group) 10. Update and presentation on the Upper Colorado River Authority Storm Water Master Plan (Presentation by City Engineer Clinton Bailey, Stephen Brown, UCRA Management Consultant, and Chuck Brown, UCRA Director of Operations) 11. Presentation of the 4th Quarter Report for the Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Council and Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) (Presentation by CVB Vice President Pamela Miller and Vice President for Economic Development John Dugan)City Council Agenda Page 2 of 4 February 21, 2013
  • 12. Consideration of authorizing payroll deduction for Police Officer duty rifles (Presentation by Police Chief Tim Vasquez) 13. Consideration of approving a license agreement with the People/Plant Connection for the development and operation of a community garden at Rio Vista Park (Presentation by Parks and Recreation Director Carl White) 14. Discussion of the 2013-2018 Capital Improvement Plan preparation, procedures, submissions, and public forums (Presentation by Budget Manager Morgan Trainer) 15. First Public Hearing and reconsideration of introducing an Ordinance ordering the General Election and Special Election for May 11, 2013: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, ORDERING THAT A GENERAL ELECTION BE HELD IN SAID CITY ON THE 11 TH DAY OF MAY, 2013, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING MUNICIPAL OFFICERS; AND ORDERING THAT A SPECIAL ELECTION BE HELD IN SAID CITY ON THE 11 TH DAY OF MAY, 2013, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING MUNICIPAL OFFICERS TO FILL VACANCIES FOR UNEXPIRED TERMS; AUTHORIZING A JOINT ELECTION WITH TOM GREEN COUNTY, GRAPE CREEK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT (ISD), SAN ANGELO ISD, WALL ISD AND VERIBEST ISD; ORDERING PUBLICATION; MAKING PROVISIONS FOR THE CONDUCT OF THE ELECTIONS AND OTHER PROVISIONS INCIDENT AND RELATED TO THE PURPOSE OF THIS ORDINANCE; MAKING TENTATIVE PROVISIONS FOR A RUNOFF ELECTION, IF NECESSARY; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE (UNA ORDENANZA DEL CONSEJO DE LA CIUDAD DE SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, CONVOCANDO UNA ELECCIÓN GENERAL PARA LA ELECCIÓN DE OFICIALES MUNICIPALES QUE SE CELEBRARÁ EL 11 DE MAYO DE 2013; Y CONVOCANDO UNA ELECCIÓN SPECIAL QUE SE CELEBRARÁ EL 11 DE MAYO DE 2013 PARA LA ELECCIÓN DE OFICIALES MUNICIPALES PARA OCUPAR UNOS POSICIONES VACANTES POR TÉRMINOS NO COMPLETADO; AUTORIZAR ELECCIÓN CONJUNTA CON TOM GREEN COUNTY, GRAPE CREEK DISTRITO ESCOLAR INDEPENDIENTE (DEI), SAN ANGELO DEI, WALL DEI, AND VERIBEST DEI; ORDENANDO PUBLICACIÓN, HACIENDO PROVISIONES PARA LA CONDUCTA DE DICHAS ELECCIONES Y OTRAS PROVISIONES RELACIONADAS AL MOTIVO DE ESTA ORDENANZA; HACIENDO TENTATIVO PROVISIONES PARA LA CONDUCTA DE SEGUNDA VOTACIÓN, (ELECCIÓN DE DESEMPATE); PREVIENDO POR DIVISIBILIDAD; Y PREVIENDO UNA FECHA DE VIGENCIA) (Presentation by City Clerk Alicia Ramirez) H. FOLLOW UP AND ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES 16. Consideration of and possible action on matters discussed in Executive/Closed Session, if needed 17. Consideration of approving various Board nominations by Council and designated Councilmembers: a. Development Corporation: 2nd terms through February 2015: Tony Villarreal (SMD1), Pedro Ramirez (SMD3), Chris Cornell (SMD5), Scott Tankersley (SMD6), and Randy Brooks (Mayor); and Larry Teague (SMD2) to a 8th term February 2015 b. Planning Commission: Ryan Smith (SMD3) to a 1st term January 2016 18. Announcements and consideration of Future Agenda Items Special Meeting Strategic Planning Workshop, February 26, 2013, 9:00 a.m., McNease Convention CenterCity Council Agenda Page 3 of 4 February 21, 2013
  • 19. Adjournment Given by order of the City Council and posted in accordance with Title 5, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, Monday, February 18, 2013, at 11:00 A.M. /s/________________________ Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkCity Council Agenda Page 4 of 4 February 21, 2013
  • Public Information Division Anthony Wilson, Public Information Officer 72 W. College Ave. Office: 325.481.2727 Cell: 325.234.0014 anthony.wilson@sanangelotexas.us For immediate release Feb. 1, 2013 City’s government access channel rebranded as SATVThe City of San Angelo’s government access channel on the Suddenlink cable systemfinally has a name: SATV.Formerly known simply as Channel 17, SATV airs meetings of the City Council and otherboards and commissions, “theCITY” interview show, employee spotlights, Nature Centershows, City-related public service announcements, and other original programmingrelated to San Angelo’s municipal government.The new name, which in effect is the channel’s first name, was suggested by citizen RexRogers through the City’s Facebook page, facebook.com/CityofSanAngeloTexas.“That’s so cool,” Rogers said when informed of his winning suggestion. “I watch thechannel when I can and I like the direction it’s going, so this is exciting.”“The genius of Rex’s suggestion is that ‘SATV’ is smart, succinct and perfectly describeswhom the channel is for and by,” Public Information Officer Anthony Wilson said. “We’rethrilled to finally give the channel an identity.” ###
  • CITY COUNCIL MINUTE RECORDThe City of San Angelo Page 249Tuesday, February 5, 2013 Vol. 104 OPEN SESSIONBE IT REMEMBERED City Council convened in a regular meeting at 9:00 A.M., Tuesday, February 5, 2013,2013, in the San Angelo McNease Convention Center, 500 Rio Concho Drive, San Angelo, Texas. All dulyauthorized members of the Council, to-wit: Mayor, Alvin New Councilmember Paul Alexander Councilmember Dwain Morrison Councilmember Johnny Silvas Single Member District #4 - Vacant Councilmember Kendall Hirschfeld Councilmember Charlotte Farmerwere present and acting, thus constituting a quorum. Whereupon, the following business was transacted:An invocation was given by Rev. John Afendoulis and pledge was led by Michael Garza, 6th Grader, of TLCAcadamy.RECOGNITIONBertha Garcia, City of San Angelo Recreation Department Office Assistant, for donating her hair to “Locks ofLove”.PUBLIC COMMENTCouncilmember Farmer announced and invited the public to attend the Ports to Plains event on February 14 and15, 2013.Councilmember Silvas commented on the local church picking up trash along Knickerbocker Road. Hechallenged other local groups to organize events such as this event. He also commented on the trash and gravelbuildup along Loop 306.Mayor New announced the City will hold Capital Improvement Plan public forums on February 7, 2013 at theMcNease Convention Center and on February 12, 2013 at Lincoln Middle School. He also announced the Citywill host Water Customer Service Day on February 9, 2013 at the Water Billing Office and stated anappointment is required by calling 325-657-4323.Public comments were made by Citizen Jerry Sea.CONSENT AGENDAAPPROVAL OF THE JANUARY 22, 2013 CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTESAWARD OF BID WU-01-13 FOR 2013 UTILITY TRENCH REPAIR CONTRACT TO CMCONSTRUCTION COMPANY (MERTZON, TX) IN THE AMOUNT OF $926,551.85 FOR THE REPAIROF CITY STREETS AND ALLEYS DUE TO OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF WATERDISTRIBUTION AND WASTEWATER COLLECTION SYSTEMS AND AUTHORIZING THE CITYMANAGER OR HIS DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE ANY NECESSARY RELATED DOCUMENTSAWARD OF BID VM-07-12 FOR REPAIR SERVICE TO VARIOUS VENDORS OUTLINED IN THE BIDTABULATION SHEET, AND REJECTION OF ALL BIDS FOR PART SUPPLIERS, ANDAUTHORIZATION FOR THE CITY MANAGER OR HIS DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE ANY NECESSARYRELATED DOCUMENTS
  • Page 250 MinutesVol. 104 February 5, 2013AUTHORIZATION FOR THE SALE OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES FOR THE APPRAISEDVALUE AND AUTHORIZATION FOR THE MAYOR, CITY MANAGER, OR WATER UTILITIESDIRECTOR TO EXECUTE ALL NECESSARY LEGAL DOCUMENTS PERTAINING TO THE SALE OFSUBJECT PROPERTIES, SUBJECT TO COMPLETION OF ALL CURATIVE REQUIREMENTS:(SUBMITTED BY INTERIM WATER UTILITIES DIRECTOR RICKY DICKSON)6449 Lincoln Park Road West, Lot 30, Group Lincoln Park (Robinson), $62,649.002678 Kings Road, Lot 54, Group Fishermans Road (Shaffer), $71,340.006686 Knickerbocker Road, Lot 102, Group Shady Point (Pittman), $22,893.00ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE AN AIRPORTLEASE OF TWO AREAS OF THE PREMISES AT 5376 STEWART LANE, SAN ANGELO REGIONALAIRPORT- MATHIS FIELD, WITH THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT, GENERAL SERVICESADMINISTRATION, AS LESSEE, LEASE NO. GS-07B-17029, FOR USE BY THE TRANSPORTATIONSECURITY ADMINISTRATION, AND RELATED DOCUMENTS (SUBMITTED BY AIRPORTMANAGER LUIS ELGUEZABAL)ADOPTION OF RESOLUTIONS REQUIRED FOR THE CITY COUNCIL TO REVIEW AND ADOPT 2012INVESTMENT POLICIES FOR THE INVESTMENT OF PUBLIC FUNDS PURSUANT TO THEREQUIREMENT OF THE PUBLIC FUNDS INVESTMENT ACT: (SUBMITTED BY ASSISTANT CITYMANAGER/CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER MICHAEL DANE)• RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ADOPTION OF CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS INVESTMENT POLICY 2012• RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ADOPTION OF LAKE NASWORTHY - SAN ANGELO, TEXAS INVESTMENT POLICY 2012SECOND HEARING AND ADOPTION OF AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING PROPERTY WITHIN THESAN ANGELO’S EXISTING CITY LIMITS AND RELATED MATTERS: (SUBMITTED BY INTERIMDIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT SERVICES AJ FAWVER)AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING INTO THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS,ON PETITION OF PROPERTY OWNERS, TERRITORY GENERALLY DESCRIBED AS 20 ACRESLOCATED WEST/SOUTHWEST OF THE CITY AT ABOUT THE SOUTHERN CORNER OF THEINTERSECTION OF U.S. HIGHWAY 67 (SHERWOOD WAY) AND A SOUTHWARD PROJECTION OFAPPALOOSA TRAIL, ADJACENT AND CONTIGUOUS TO THE PRESENT CORPORATE LIMITS OFTHE CITY, OUT OF THE DEAF AND DUMB ASYLUMS LANDS SURVEY NO. 2, ABSTRACT NO.8211; DESCRIBING THE TERRITORY ANNEXED; FINDING THAT ALL NECESSARY ANDREQUIRED LEGAL CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN SATISFIED; PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENT OF THEOF THE BOUNDARIES AND OFFICIAL MAP OF THE CITY; APPROVING A SERVICE PLANTHEREFORE; SUBJECTING THE PROPERTY SITUATED THEREIN TO BEAR ITS PRO RATA PARTOF TAXES LEVIED; PROVIDING RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES AS WELL AS DUTIES ANDRESPONSIBILITIES OF INHABITANTS OF SAID TERRITORY; DIRECTING THE FILING OF THEORDINANCE IN THE MANNER REQUIRED BY LAW; DIRECTING NOTICE TO SERVICEPROVIDERS; DIRECTING PRECLEARANCE; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; DECLARINGCOMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETINGS ACT; AND, PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATESECOND HEARING AND ADOPTION OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2012-2013 BUDGETFOR NEW PROJECTS, INCOMPLETE PROJECTS, AND GRANTS (SUBMITTED BY BUDGETMANAGER MORGAN TRAINER)AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AMENDING THE BUDGET FOR THE FISCALYEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2012, AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2013, FOR NEW PROJECTS,INCOMPLETE PROJECTS, AND GRANTS
  • Minutes Page 251February 5, 2013 Vol. 104Councilmember Farmer requested WU-01-13, VM-07-12, and lake properties items be considered in theRegular Agenda. Council concurred.Motion, to approve the Consent Agenda, as presented, with the exception of WU-01-13, VM-07-12, and lakeproperties items, was made by Councilmember Hirschfeld and seconded by Councilmember Farmer. Motioncarried unanimously.REGULAR AGENDA: PUBLIC HEARING AND COMMENTAWARD OF BID WU-01-13 FOR 2013 UTILITY TRENCH REPAIR CONTRACT TO CMCONSTRUCTION COMPANY (MERTZON, TX) IN THE AMOUNT OF $926,551.85 FOR THE REPAIROF CITY STREETS AND ALLEYS DUE TO OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF WATERDISTRIBUTION AND WASTEWATER COLLECTION SYSTEMS AND AUTHORIZATION FOR THECITY MANAGER OR HIS DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE ANY NECESSARY RELATED DOCUMENTSInterim Water Utilities Director Ricky Dickson presented background information. General discussion was heldon the contract amount and to what extent were city employees involved.Motion, to award the bid, as presented, was made by Councilmember Farmer and seconded by CouncilmemberHirschfeld. Motion carried unanimously.AWARD OF BID VM-07-12 FOR REPAIR SERVICE TO VARIOUS VENDORS OUTLINED IN THE BIDTABULATION SHEET, AND REJECTION OF ALL BIDS FOR PART SUPPLIERS, ANDAUTHORIZATION FOR THE CITY MANAGER OR HIS DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE ANY NECESSARYRELATED DOCUMENTSInterim Operations Assistant Director Patrick Frerich presented background information.Motion, to award the bid, as presented, was made by Councilmember Farmer and seconded by CouncilmemberHirschfeld. Motion carried unanimously.AUTHORIZATION FOR THE SALE OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES FOR THE APPRAISEDVALUE AND AUTHORIZATION FOR THE MAYOR, CITY MANAGER, OR WATER UTILITIESDIRECTOR TO EXECUTE ALL NECESSARY LEGAL DOCUMENTS PERTAINING TO THE SALE OFSUBJECT PROPERTIES, SUBJECT TO COMPLETION OF ALL CURATIVE REQUIREMENTS:6449 Lincoln Park Road West, Lot 30, Group Lincoln Park (Robinson), $62,649.002678 Kings Road, Lot 54, Group Fishermans Road (Shaffer), $71,340.006686 Knickerbocker Road, Lot 102, Group Shady Point (Pittman), $22,893.00Interim Water Utilities Director Ricky Dickson presented background information. Responding to a question byCouncilmember Farmer, Mr. Dickson stated the appraised values indicated are for the amount of the lot onlyand not any improvements.Motion, to authorize, as presented, was made by Councilmember Farmer and seconded by CouncilmemberHirschfeld. Motion carried unanimously.PUBLIC HEARING AND COMMENTFIRST PUBLIC HEARING AND INTRODUCTION OF AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING PROPERTYWITHIN THE SAN ANGELO’S EXISTING CITY LIMITS AND RELATED MATTERS:AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING INTO THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS,ON PETITION OF PROPERTY OWNERS, TERRITORY GENERALLY DESCRIBED AS 8.995 ACRESLOCATED WEST/SOUTHWEST OF THE CITY AT ABOUT NORTHWEST OF MILLS PASS DRIVE,EAST OF COMMUNITY OF FAITH SUBDIVISION AND SOUTHWEST OF SAM’S CLUB ADDITION,ADJACENT AND CONTIGUOUS TO THE PRESENT CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY, OUT OFTHE DEAF AND DUMB ASYLUMS LANDS SURVEY NO. 2, ABSTRACT NO. 8211, TOM GREENCOUNTY; DESCRIBING THE TERRITORY ANNEXED; FINDING THAT ALL NECESSARY AND
  • Page 252 MinutesVol. 104 February 5, 2013REQUIRED LEGAL CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN SATISFIED; PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENT OF THEOF THE BOUNDARIES AND OFFICIAL MAP OF THE CITY; APPROVING A SERVICE PLANTHEREFORE; SUBJECTING THE PROPERTY SITUATED THEREIN TO BEAR ITS PRO RATA PARTOF TAXES LEVIED; PROVIDING RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES AS WELL AS DUTIES ANDRESPONSIBILITIES OF INHABITANTS OF SAID TERRITORY; DIRECTING THE FILING OF THEORDINANCE IN THE MANNER REQUIRED BY LAW; DIRECTING NOTICE TO SERVICEPROVIDERS; DIRECTING PRECLEARANCE; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; DECLARINGCOMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETINGS ACT; AND, PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATEInterim Director of Development Services AJ Fawver presented background information. A copy of thepresentation is part of the Permanent Supplement Record.General discussion was held on the access to the water and sewer lines.Motion, to introduce the Ordinance, as presented, was made by Councilmember Farmer and seconded byCouncilmember Silvas. Motion carried unanimously.PRESENTATION ON THE NORTH CONCHO RIVER AND TRAILS IMPROVEMENT PROJECTParks and Recreation Director Carl White, Assistant City Manager Rick Weise, and Construction ManagerDavid Knapp presented background information. A copy of the presentation is part of the PermanentSupplement Record.General discussion was held on the pedestrian bridge, the rust damage on the bridge, and planting native grasson the banks near and behind Central High School Library. Mr. White informed the completion date isscheduled for August 2013. He stated staff will coordinate an event in conjunction with the River Fest Event inOctober 2013 to celebrate the completion of the project and the 100th anniversary of the acquisition of Santa FePark.UPDATE ON PARTICIPATION AND STATUS OF EMPLOYEE WELLNESS PROGRAMHuman Resources Director Lisa Marley, Sheryl Pflugar, Director of Marketing and Business Development, andJanet Charlesworth, Interim Wellness Coordinator, presented background information. A copy of thepresentation is part of the Permanent Supplement Record.General discussion was held on how to improve the effectiveness of the program, the number of participants, theemployees covered by the City’s insurance, the incentives to participate, and the health club discount offered toparticipants.RECESSAt 10:17 A.M., Mayor New called a recess.RECONVENEAt 10:37 A.M., Council reconvened, and the following business was transacted:APPROVAL FOR THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO TO PERMIT CLOSURE OF CITY OFFICES FOREMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION CLEAN-UP PROJECT INBLACKSHEAR NEIGHBORHOOD ON FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 2013, EXCLUDING OFFICES OFESSENTIAL PERSONNEL WHO DIRECTLY PROVIDE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY SERVICESNeighborhood and Family Services Director Bob Salas presented background information.General discussion was held on the number of volunteer participation, increasing the participation ratio of 1:1 to2:1 of City employees, and partnering with other organizations. Mr. Salas informed the cost to the City isthrough labor and supplies, there is no overtime impact, and the effort is seen as an investment within thecommunity.Motion, to approve, as presented, was made by Councilmember Silvas and seconded by Councilmember
  • Minutes Page 253February 5, 2013 Vol. 104Hirschfeld.Public comments were made by West Texas Opportunity Strategy representative Craig Meyers.A vote was taken on the motion on the floor. Motion carried unanimously.DIRECTION TO STAFF ON THE RECOMMENDED REVISIONS TO THE HOTEL OCCUPANCY TAXALLOCATIONSAssistant City Manager/Chief Financial Officer Michael Dane presented background information. A copy of thepresentation is part of the Permanent Supplement Record.Motion, to amend the ordinance to allow the expenditure of excess funds, upon receipt, to be spent on cityfacilities, and to be determined and approved by City Council, was made by Councilmember Farmer. Motionfailed due to the lack of a second.General discussion was held on clarifying or establishing the definition of a viable project that would qualify forthe expenditure of the funds, establishing a reserve fund, the need to manage the excess funds, drafting contractswith specific amounts versus percentages, providing multiyear contracts based on fees received within a 3-yearaverage amount, providing for one-time allocation for eligible projects, and establishing a reinvestment toensure the City has better long term assets.In conclusion, City Council directed staff to update Hotel Occupancy Tax ordinance to allow Council moreflexibility and accountability with annual allocations, propose contracts with Convention and Visitors Bureauand the San Angelo Cultural Arts Council in accordance with the revised methodology, amend the budgetordinance updating the Hotel Occupancy Tax revenues & expenditures provision, and providing a list of eligibleprojects for one-time funding consideration. Mayor New suggested staff organize meetings to discuss howmuch should be allocated to the entities for the eligible projects. Additional discussion was held regardingprovisions to ensure entities communication how the funds are expended; establishing performancebenchmarks; demonstrating the added value by the entities, shaping the activity per City Council direction, andidentifying ways for the City to take advantage of the overages, specifically Ft. Concho and the Museum.Public comments were made by Citizens Jim Turner and David Makin.AUTHORIZATION FOR AND DIRECTION TO STAFF TO BEGIN THE TRANSFER OF WATER FROMTHE SOUTH POOL TO THE NORTH POOL PROCESS FOR THE CITY’S USE OF WATER AT TWINBUTTES RESERVOIRInterim Water Utilities Director Ricky Dickson presented background information.General discussion was held on the amount of water withdrawn from and transferred to the pool; starting theprocess earlier in June versus August; providing for a minimum water level in the south pool so not to draincompletely; depending on all the variables, being more cognizant of the variables in order to better utilize theresources; the equalization channel releases, increasing the length of the pipeline, the mobilization anddemobilization, and the related costs.Motion, to direct staff to recommend a tentative start date but a date no later than June 15th; upon starting thetransfer, present an update to City Council after 60 days; transfer the water as was conducted last year; and, withthe understanding pumping will begin once the pools natural water flow ceases, was made by CouncilmemberSilvas and seconded by Councilmember Morrison.Further discussion was held on allowing staff the flexibility to adjust the start date; the transfer of water inrelation to the water conservation stages; and creating measurement data based on the transfer of water, theamount of water pumped, and the amount of water lost as a result of the process. Mr. Dickson advised anenvironmental assessment will be required before work can begin near the equalization channel. Mayor Newsuggested staff approach the Bureau of Reclamation to gather that information and move towards capitalimprovements to the area.
  • Page 254 MinutesVol. 104 February 5, 2013A vote was taken on the motion on the floor. Motion carried unanimously.RECESSAt 12:16 P.M., Mayor New called a recess.EXECUTIVE/CLOSED SESSIONAt 12:34 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 551.071(1) to consult with attorney on legal matters pertaining towater acquisition rights; and, Section 551.071(2) to consult with attorney on a matter in which the duty of theattorney to the governmental body under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Barof Texas clearly conflicts with this chapter, and Section 551.072 to deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease, orvalue of real property.OPEN SESSION (continued)At 1:21 P.M. City Council concluded the Executive/Closed Session whereupon the following business wastransacted:RECESSAt 1:21 P.M., Mayor New called a recess.RECONVENEAt 1:31 P.M., Council reconvened, and the following business was transacted:FIRST PUBLIC HEARING AND INTRODUCTION OF AN ORDINANCE ORDERING THE GENERALELECTION AND SPECIAL ELECTION FOR MAY 11, 2013:AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, ORDERINGTHAT A GENERAL ELECTION BE HELD IN SAID CITY ON THE 11TH DAY OF MAY, 2013, FOR THEPURPOSE OF ELECTING MUNICIPAL OFFICERS; AND ORDERING THAT A SPECIAL ELECTION BEHELD IN SAID CITY ON THE 11TH DAY OF MAY, 2013, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTINGMUNICIPAL OFFICERS TO FILL VACANCIES FOR UNEXPIRED TERMS; AUTHORIZING A JOINTELECTION WITH TOM GREEN COUNTY, GRAPE CREEK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT (ISD),SAN ANGELO ISD, WALL ISD AND VERIBEST ISD; ORDERING PUBLICATION; MAKINGPROVISIONS FOR THE CONDUCT OF THE ELECTIONS AND OTHER PROVISIONS INCIDENT ANDRELATED TO THE PURPOSE OF THIS ORDINANCE; MAKING TENTATIVE PROVISIONS FOR ARUNOFF ELECTION, IF NECESSARY; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR ANEFFECTIVE DATE (UNA ORDENANZA DEL CONSEJO DE LA CIUDAD DE SAN ANGELO, TEXAS,CONVOCANDO UNA ELECCIÓN GENERAL PARA LA ELECCIÓN DE OFICIALES MUNICIPALESQUE SE CELEBRARÁ EL 11 DE MAYO DE 2013; Y CONVOCANDO UNA ELECCIÓN SPECIAL QUESE CELEBRARÁ EL 11 DE MAYO DE 2013 PARA LA ELECCIÓN DE OFICIALES MUNICIPALESPARA OCUPAR UNOS POSICIONES VACANTES POR TÉRMINOS NO COMPLETADO; AUTORIZARELECCIÓN CONJUNTA CON TOM GREEN COUNTY, GRAPE CREEK DISTRITO ESCOLARINDEPENDIENTE (DEI), SAN ANGELO DEI, WALL DEI, AND VERIBEST DEI; ORDENANDOPUBLICACIÓN, HACIENDO PROVISIONES PARA LA CONDUCTA DE DICHAS ELECCIONES YOTRAS PROVISIONES RELACIONADAS AL MOTIVO DE ESTA ORDENANZA; HACIENDOTENTATIVO PROVISIONES PARA LA CONDUCTA DE SEGUNDA VOTACIÓN, (ELECCIÓN DEDESEMPATE); PREVIENDO POR DIVISIBILIDAD; Y PREVIENDO UNA FECHA DE VIGENCIA)City Clerk Alicia Ramirez presented background information.Motion, to introduce the Ordinance, as presented, was made by Councilmember Morrison and seconded byCouncilmember Hirschfeld. Motion carried unanimously.
  • Minutes Page 255February 5, 2013 Vol. 104DISCUSSION ON VACANT SINGLE MEMBER DISTRICT 4 COUNCIL MEMBER POSITION ANDRELATED MATTERSMayor New noted having reviewed the Charter statute, the Council has 30 days to fill the vacant office byappointment or 90 days to hold a special election. Therefore, no appointments will be made at this time andCouncil will bring further information at a future meeting.FOLLOW UP AND ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUESCONSIDERATION OF MATTERS DISCUSSED IN EXECUTIVE/CLOSED SESSIONNo action was taken on matters discussed in Executive/Closed Session.APPROVAL OF VARIOUS BOARD NOMINATIONS BY COUNCIL AND DESIGNATEDCOUNCILMEMBERS:Airport Board: 2nd terms through October 2016 for Fred Key (SMD1), Sonny Sanders (SMD2), and CharlesPowell (SMD3); and Elizabeth Grindstaff (SMD6) to an unexpired term October 2013Motion, to approve the nominations by Council and designated Councilmembers, was made by CouncilmemberFarmer and seconded by Councilmember Hirschfeld. AYE: New, Alexander, Hirschfeld, and Farmer. NAY:Morrison and Silvas. Motion carried 4-2.Animal Shelter Advisory Committee: 2nd term through January 2015 for Mary White (SMD5) and Tom Maurer(Mayor)Motion, to approve the nominations by Council and designated Councilmembers, was made by CouncilmemberFarmer and seconded by Councilmember Hirschfeld. Motion carried unanimously.Construction Board: 2nd terms through February 2015 for Billy Huffman (SMD6) and Pablo Florez (Mayor),and Casey Deering to a 1st full term February 2015Motion, to approve the nominations by Council and designated Councilmembers, was made by CouncilmemberFarmer and seconded by Councilmember Hirschfeld. Motion carried unanimously.Ft. Concho Museum Board: 2nd terms through January 2016 for Mark Priest (SMD1) and Denise Bloomquist(SMD5)Motion, to approve the nominations by Council and designated Councilmembers, was made by CouncilmemberHirschfeld and seconded by Councilmember Silvas. Motion carried unanimously.Planning Commission: William Lawrence (SMD5) to a 2nd term January 2016Motion, to approve the nominations by Council and designated Councilmembers, was made by CouncilmemberHirschfeld and seconded by Councilmember Farmer. Motion carried unanimously.Public Art Commission: 2nd terms through April 2014 for Esteban Apodaca (SMD1), Sue Rainey (SMD6), andDaniel Makins (Mayor)Motion, to approve the nominations by Council and designated Councilmembers, was made by CouncilmemberFarmer and seconded by Councilmember Silvas. Motion carried unanimously.Water Advisory Board: Johnny Oswald (SMD5) to a 2nd term September 2014 and Joe Spano (SMD6) to a 1stfull term September 2014Motion, to approve the nominations by Council and designated Councilmembers, was made by CouncilmemberFarmer and seconded by Councilmember Hirschfeld. Motion carried unanimously.
  • Page 256 MinutesVol. 104 February 5, 2013CONSIDERATION OF APPOINTING A CITY COUNCIL MEMBER TO FILL VACANCY ON THECONCHO VALLEY TRANSIT DISTRICT BOARDCouncilmembers Alexander, Silvas, and Farmer volunteered to serve on the board.Motion, to appoint Councilmembers Alexander, Silvas, and Farmer, was made by Mayor New and seconded byCouncilmember Alexander. Motion carried unanimously.ANNOUNCEMENTS AND CONSIDERATION OF FUTURE AGENDA ITEMSCity Manager Daniel Valenzuela distributed the proposed February 19, 2013, Agenda and solicited Councilcomments and suggestions.ADJOURNMENTMotion, to adjourn, was made by Councilmember Morrison and seconded by Councilmember Hirschfeld.Motion carried unanimously.The meeting adjourned at 1:52 P.M. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ___________________________________ Alvin New, MayorATTEST:_______________________________Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkIn 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 COUNCIL MINUTE RECORDThe City of San Angelo Page 1Tuesday, February 11, 2013 Vol. 104 OPEN SESSIONBE IT REMEMBERED City Council convened in a regular meeting at 9:36 A.M., Tuesday, February 11, 2013,in the San Angelo McNease Convention Center, 500 Rio Concho Drive, San Angelo, Texas. All dulyauthorized members of the Council, to-wit: Mayor, Alvin New Councilmember Paul Alexander Councilmember Dwain Morrison Councilmember Johnny Silvas Single Member District #4 - Vacant Councilmember Kendall Hirschfeld Councilmember Charlotte Farmerwere present and acting, with the exception of Councilmember Morrison, thus constituting a quorum.Whereupon, the following business was transacted:An invocation was given by Daniel Valenzuela, City Manager and pledge was led by Mayor New.SPECIAL AGENDA: PUBLIC HEARING AND COMMENTDiscussion and possible action to fill the vacant office of Single Member District 4 City Council Member for theunexpired term, said unexpired term to expire May 2013, by vote of the remaining Mayor and City CouncilMember within 30 days from the date of the vacancy in accordance with City CharterMayor New recognized the members present constituted a quorum; however, due to the nature of meeting andin order to obtain a unanimous vote as outlined in the City Charter, the remaining members of the Council mustbe present to vote on the matter. He stated the resignation of former Councilmember Adams on January 18,2013 allowed the remaining City Council member to appoint another member by February 18, 2013. Duringthe appointment discussion, the Council’s direction was to appoint an individual not running for the office,thereby not endorsing their candidacy in the upcoming election. Also, the Council considered the Charterlanguage stating if an appointment was not made within the thirty days, then a special election would be heldwithin ninety days following the creation of the vacancy. The Council further consulted with the City Attorneyand has since been advised the state statute does not require the City to hold a special election other than auniform election date. Therefore, Mayor New suggested proceeding with the uniform election date and citizensinterested in pursuing the Single Member District 4 seat may apply to run for the office of that district.ADJOURNMENTMotion, to adjourn, was made by Councilmember Hirschfeld and seconded by Councilmember Silvas. Motioncarried unanimously.
  • Page 2 MinutesVol. 104 February 11, 2013The meeting adjourned at 9:41 A.M. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ___________________________________ Alvin New, MayorATTEST:_______________________________Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkIn 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: February 8, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Ricky Dickson, Interim Water Utilities Director Subject: Agenda Item for February 19, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Ricky Dickson; 657-4209 Caption: Consent Item Consideration of awarding RFB WU-04-13 Caustic Soda bid to DPC Industries in the amount of $68,800.00 for 25% Caustic Soda and to K.A. Steel Chemical, Inc. in the amount of $174,000.00 for 50% Caustic Soda. Summary: Bids have been received from 5 suppliers for the purchase of liquid caustic soda for use at the Water Treatment Plant. Different solution percentages will be utilized based on the ambient air temperatures due to the physical properties of each solution. The low bid for the 25% solution was submitted by DPC Industries. The low bid for the 50% solution was submitted by K.A. Steel Chemical, Inc. History: Liquid caustic soda is a chemical that is used in the water treatment process to adjust the water’s pH. Adjustment of pH helps maximize efficiency within the treatment process. Financial Impact: Total estimated annual expenditure of $242,800.00. Budgeted within the Water Treatment Plant Operating Budget. Related Vision Item na (if applicable): Other Information/ Staff recommends the bids be accepted and the City Manager be authorized to Recommendation: execute the contract documents. Attachments: Bid Tabulation Presentation: None. Publication: None. Reviewed by Ricky Dickson, Interim Water Utilities Director; 657-4209 Director: Approved by Legal:
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO BID TAB RFB: WU-04-10 Caustic Soda/January 31, 2013 Altiva Corp DPC industries K.A. Steel Key Chemical Univar USA Approx Unit Price Extended Unit Price Extended Unit Price Extended Unit Price Extended Unit Price ExtendedItem #1 Description Qty Per Ton Price Per Ton Price Per Ton Price Per Ton Price Per Ton Price 300 DryCaustic Soda @ 50% Solution $ 655.00 $ 196,500.00 $ 618.00 $ 185,400.00 $ 580.00 $ 174,000.00 $ 636.89 $ 191,067.00 $ 590.00 $ 177,000.00 Tons Delivery Days: 2-3 Delivery Days: 3 Delivery Days: 1-2 Delivery Days: 3 Delivery Days: 3 0 discount/ price based on minimum 3600 gallon loads delivered to one tank at Payment Discount: None Payment Discount: n/a Payment Discount: facility Payment Discount: None Payment Discount: n/a Unit Price Unit Price Unit Price Unit Price Unit Price Approx Extended Extended Extended Extended ExtendedItem #2 Description Qty Per Ton Price Per Ton Price Per Ton Price Per Ton Price Per Ton Price 100 DryCaustic Soda @ 25% Solution $ 895.00 $ 89,500.00 $ 688.00 $ 68,800.00 $ 722.00 $ 72,200.00 No Bid No Bid $ 702.00 $ 70,200.00 Tons Delivery Days: 2-3 Delivery Days: 3 Delivery Days: 1-2 Delivery Days: 3 Delivery Days: 3 0 / price based on minimum 46,000 wt lbs, loads delivered to one tank at Payment Discount: None Payment Discount: n/a Payment Discount: facility Payment Discount: Payment Discount: None Total Bid $ 286,000.00 $ 254,200.00 $ 246,200.00 $ 191,067.00 $ 247,200.00 Piggy Back Option No Piggy Back Option n/a Piggy Back Option n/a Piggy Back Option Yes Piggy Back Option n/a Accept P-Card No Accept P-Card n/a Accept P-Card n/a Accept P-Card No Accept P-Card n/a Payment Terms Net 30 Payment Terms n/a Payment Terms Net 30 Payment Terms Net 30 Payment Terms Net 30Requests for Bids were mailed to:Altiva Corp Houston, TXDPC industries Sweetwater, TXK.A.Steel Chemical, Inc. Lemont, IlChameleon Industries Mesquite, TxY:13-RFXWater UtilitiesWU0413 Caustic Soda-(Sodium Hydroxide)WU-04-13 BID TAB
  • City of San AngeloMemo Date: January 30, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Cindy M. Preas, Real Estate Administrator (657-4407) Subject: Agenda Item for February 19, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Diana Farris, Property Specialist (657-4407) Caption: Consent Item Consideration of adopting a Resolution of the City of San Angelo authorizing the mayor to execute a tax-resale (quitclaim) deed conveying all right, title and interest of the City of San Angelo, and all other taxing units interested in the tax foreclosure judgment: th 629 E 19 Street, (Hagelstein), Lots 14-16, Block 4, Marx & Blum, $36,000, A-10- 0117-TAX Next to 24 W Avenue C, (Sawyer), Lot 8, Block 76, Fort Concho, $1,750, Suit No. TAX89-0281B th 23 W 13 Street, (Jones), Lot 6, Block 60, Miles Addition, $750, Suit No.TAX89-0282B Next to 114 Lowrie Avenue, (Torres), E 50’ of South ½ of Lot 14, Block 10, J.E. Douglas Addition, $1,500, Suit No. B2220-B Summary: The subject properties were auctioned at Sheriff’s Sale. No offers were received causing subject properties to be stuck-off to the City, as Trustee for itself and the other taxing entities. History: The attached Property Analysis reflects amounts of delinquent taxes, accrued penalties, interest, attorney fees and costs for delinquent years of, together with additional penalties and interest at the rates prescribed by Chapter 33, Tex. Propety Financial Impact: Upon approval: (1) The City will retain a $500 Administration fee; (2) The balance will be distributed according to the judgment on the Sheriff’s Return; and (3) Property will be reinstated back onto tax roll. Related Vision Item Financial Vision – Examine liquidation of unused or underperforming city-owned properties (if applicable): Neighborhood Vision – Attract reinvestment Other Information/ Staff recommends approval. Recommendation: Attachments: Property Analysis, Resolution, Tax-Resale Deed and Property Location Map Presentation: N/A Publication: N/A Reviewed by Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney Adopted: 5/30/03 Revised: 6/21/10
  • Director:Approved by Legal:
  • A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE A TAX-RESALE (QUITCLAIM) DEED CONVEYING ALL RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, AND ALL OTHER TAXING UNITS INTERESTED IN THE TAX FORECLOSURE JUDGMENT WHEREAS, by Sheriff’s Sale, the properties described below were struck-off to the City ofSan Angelo, Trustee, pursuant to delinquent tax foreclosure decrees of the 119th and 51st JudicialDistricts, Tom Green County, Texas; and WHEREAS, offers have been made for the purchase of said properties pursuant to Section34.05, Texas Tax Code Ann.(Vernon, 1982); and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OFSAN ANGELO that its Mayor, Alvin New, is hereby authorized to execute a Tax-Resale(quitclaim) Deed conveying the following described real properties to the following as specifiedbelow, all of the right, title, and interest of the City of San Angelo, and all other taxing unitsinterested in the tax foreclosure judgment, located in San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas:Conveying to:CHRIS and ELDORA HAGELSTEIN, a married couple; ($36,000): Lots 14, 15, 16, Block 4, Marx and Blum Addition, City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, being more particularly described in deeds recorded in Volume 960, Page 714, and Volume 960, Page 717, Official Public Records of Real Property, Tom Green County, Texas. Account #17-33100-0004-011-00 Account #17-33100-0004-014-00FREDDIE JONES, a single person; ($750): Lot 6, Block 60, Miles Addition, City of San Angelo, as described in Volume 252, Page 106, Deed Records of Tom Green County, Texas. Account #19-34200-0060-006-00BILLY L. SAWYER and BILIE FAYE SAWYER, a married couple; ($1,750): Lot 8, Block 76, Fort Concho Addition to the City of San Angelo, being more particularly described in Volume 232, Page 566, Deed Records of Tom Green County, Texas. #12-23200-0076-003-00EMILIANO TORRES, a married person as his sole and separate property; ($1,500): East 50’ of South ½ of Lot 14, Block 10, J.E. Douglas addition to the City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas. Account #08-20700-0010-002-00
  • APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THE DAY OF , 2013. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO _______________________________ Alvin New, MayorAttest:______________________________Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkApproved As to Content: Approved As to Form:______________________________ ______________________________Cindy M. Preas, Real Estate Administrator Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney
  • FACT SHEETProperty Address: 629 E 19th StreetLegal Description: MARX & BLUM ADDITION BLK 4 LOT 14, 15, & 16Tax ID Number: 17-33100-0004-011-00, 17-33100-0004-014-00Lot Size: 150 x 140Zoning: CN (Neighborhood Commercial); allows for residential and commercial development that serves and issupported by a neighborhood. Minimum lot size is 50x 80.Water/Sewer Connections:
  • Subdivision Plat: Lot Characteristics: Vacant – No Historic Overlay – No Condition/Special Uses – No Open Structure Overlay – Yes Variances – No River Corridor – No Special Permits – No Is a replat needed to build? No For more information: Zoning/Subdivision Requirements – City of San Angelo Planning Division, 657-4210 Permit Requirements – City of San Angelo Inspections & Permits Division, 657-4420 General Development Questions – City of San Angelo Development Coordinator, 657-4210 Water Billing/Meters – City of San Angelo Water Billing Division, 657-4323 Purchasing of Tax Lots – City of San Angelo Real Estate Division, 657-4212 Ownership and Tax Information – Tom Green County Appraisal District, 658-5575 Documents of Record, including Plats – Tom Green County Clerk, Real Estate, 659-6552
  • PROPERTY ANALYSIS For Tax Resale PropertyLegal Description: Lots 14, 15, 16, Block 4, Marx & Blum Addition, City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, being more particularly described in deeds recorded in Volume 960, Page 714, and Volume 960, Page 717, Official Public Records of Real Property, Tom Green County, Texas.Improved/Unimproved ImprovedTax Suit Number: A-10-0117-TAXLocation: 629 E 19th StreetParcel Size/Dimensions: 150 x 140City of San Angelo vs. Margaret Lara / Forest Park Freewill Baptist Church - Acct #5079Tax ID Number: #17-33100-0004-011-00 & #17-33100-0004-014-00Judgment Date: February 9, 2012Date of Sheriffs Sale: June 5, 2012Sheriffs Deed Recorded: June 7, 2012 Years Held in Trust 8 MonthsAdjudge Value: $ 21,532.00 Puchased under Urban Redevelopment NoAmount of Offer: $ 36,000.00 Amounts Due Priority % of Pro Rata Amounts Fees Judgment Allocations Remainder Allocations DistributedAdministration Fee $500.00 $500.00 0.00% $500.00Secure Build/Bid $ 9,133.97 $ 9,133.97 0.00% $9,133.97District Clerk $8.00 $8.00 0.04% $ 1.44 $9.44Sheriffs Fee $100.00 $100.00 0.46% $ 17.95 $117.95Attorney Fee $238.00 $238.00 1.11% $ 42.73 $280.73Municipal Liens $968.04 $968.04 0.00% $0.00 $968.04Taxes $21,186.00 $21,186.00 98.39% $3,803.87 $24,989.87Total $9,979.97 $22,154.04 $32,134.01 100.00% $ 3,865.99 $36,000.00Actual Total Amt Due $32,134.01Amount Remaining $ 3,865.99 Offer will satisfy all costs according to the Judgement
  • NOTICE OF CONFIDENTIALITY RIGHTS: If you are a natural person, you may remove orstrike any or all of the following information from this instrument before it is filed for record inthe public records: your social security number or your driver’s license number. Tax-Resale Deed (Property Sold for Not Less than Adjudged Value) Date: __________________________ Grantor: The City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, for itself and as Trustee for itself, Tom Green County, and San Angelo Independent School District. 72 W. College Avenue San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas 76903 Grantee: Chris Hagelstein & Eldora Hagelstein, a married couple 824 Shiloh Street San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas 76901 Consideration: Ten and No/100 Dollars ($10.00) and other good and valuable consideration Property (including any improvements): Lots 14, 15, 16, Block 4, Marx and Blum Addition, City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, being more particularly described in deeds recorded in Volume 960, Page 714, and Volume 960, Page 717, Official Public Records of Real Property, Tom Green County, Texas. Account #17-33100-0004-011-00 Account #17-33100-0004-014-00 Judgment: Judgment for the foreclosure of a tax lien against the Property entered on February 9, 2012 in Cause No. A-10-0117-TAX by the 51st District Court of Tom Green County, Texas. Sheriff’s Deed: Grantor acquired full legal title to the Property — both for its own benefit and as Trustee for all other taxing authorities entitled to receive proceeds from the sale of the Property under the terms of the Judgment — by Sheriff’s Deed dated June 7, 2012, and recorded in Instrument Number 719871, Official Public Records, Tom Green County, Texas. For the Consideration, Grantor — acting by and through its Mayor, who has been duly authorized to execute this instrument on Grantor’s behalf by resolution and order of Grantor’s City Council recorded in the City Council’s official minutes — hereby quitclaims to Grantee all of Grantors right, title, and interest in and to the Property, to have and to hold it to Grantee and Grantees heirs, successors, and assigns forever. Neither Grantor, nor any other taxing unit interested in the Judgment, nor any other person or entity claiming under them, will have, claim, or demand any right or title to the Property or any part of it. Grantor gives this Tax- Resale Deed without any express or implied warranty whatsoever; and all warranties that might arise by common law and the warranties in § 5.023 of the Texas Property Code (or its successor) are hereby specifically excluded. Grantees rights under this deed are subject to the provisions of Chapter 34 of the Texas Tax Code, including, without limitation, any right of redemption remaining in the former owner of the Property; the terms of any recorded restrictive covenants running with the land that were recorded before January 1 of the year in
  • which the tax lien on the property arose; any recorded lien that arose under such restrictive covenants that wasnot extinguished in the judgment foreclosing the tax lien; and each valid easement of record as of the date ofthe sale that was recorded before January 1 of the year the tax lien arose. Grantor is selling the Property to Grantee for an amount that is not less than the lesser of (1) the marketvalue specified in the Judgment, or (2) the total amount of the Judgment. Grantee assumes full payment of any ad valorem taxes for the Property for the current year and allfuture years. When the context requires, singular nouns and pronouns include the plural. GRANTOR: The City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, for itself and as Trustee for any taxing authorities named in the JudgmentATTEST: By: ____________________________ Alvin New, Mayor and duly-authorized agentAlicia Ramirez, City ClerkSTATE OF TEXAS § §COUNTY OF TOM GREEN § This instrument was acknowledged before me on _____________________, 2013, by Alvin New,Mayor and duly-authorized agent of the City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, onbehalf of such corporation and as Trustee for any taxing authorities named in the Judgment identified in theabove instrument. __________________________________ Notary Public, State of TexasAfter Recording, Return To:City Attorney’s Office
  • Next to 24 W Avenue C, Lot 8, Block 76, Fort Concho Addition 25 x 120February 4, 2013 1:1,106 0 0.0075 0.015 0.03 mi City Address Points County Address Points City Structures 0 0.015 0.03 0.06 km Pending City Addresses Pending County Addresses City of San Angelo Fee Lands COSA GIS Division Copyright:© 2012 ESRI, NAVTEQ, DeLorme Retired City Addresses Retired County Addresses City of San Angelo Trustee Lands
  • PROPERTY ANALYSIS For Tax Resale PropertyLegal Description: Lot 8, Block 76, Fort Concho Addition to the City of San Angelo, being more particularly described in Volume 232, Page 566, Deed Records of Tom Green County, Texas.Improved/Unimproved UnimprovedTax Suit Number: TAX8-0281BLocation: Next to 24 W Avenue C (on S Irving Street)Parcel Size/Dimensions: 25 x 120City of San Angelo vs. Unknown Heirs of M Fairstein, a/k/a Morris FairsteinTax ID Number: 12-23200-0076-003-00Judgment Date: August 25, 1992Date of Sheriffs Sale: February 6, 1996Sheriffs Deed Recorded: February 26, 1996 Years Held in Trust 7 YRSAdjudge Value: $ 3,000.00 Urban Redevlopment Sale?: NOAmount of Offer: $ 1,750.00 Amounts Due Priority % of Pro Rata Amounts Fees Judgment Allocations Remainder Allocations DistributedAdministration Fee $ 500.00 $ 500.00 0.00% $ 500.00Maintenance Fee $ 374.65 $ 374.65 0.00% $ 374.65District Clerk $ 129.00 $ 129.00 0.00% $ 129.00Sheriffs Fee $ 40.00 $ 40.00 0.00% $ 40.00Attorney Fee $ 261.25 $ 261.25 0.00% $ 261.25Municipal Liens 0.00% $ -Taxes $ 2,389.80 100.00% $ 445.10 $ 445.10Total $ 930.25 $ 2,764.45 $ 1,304.90 100.00% $ 445.10 $ 1,750.00Actual Total Amt Due $ 3,694.70Amount Remaining $ 445.10 Offer will satisfy the court cost and a portion of the taxes and liens.
  • NOTICE OF CONFIDENTIALITY RIGHTS: If you are a natural person, you may remove orstrike any or all of the following information from this instrument before it is filed for record inthe public records: your social security number or your driver’s license number. Tax-Resale Deed (Property Sold for Not Less than Adjudged Value) Date: __________________________ Grantor: The City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, for itself and as Trustee for itself, Tom Green County, and San Angelo Independent School District. 72 W. College Avenue San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas 76903 Grantee: Billy L. Sawyer & Billie Faye Sawyer, a married couple 700 S Irving Street San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas 76903 Consideration: Ten and No/100 Dollars ($10.00) and other good and valuable consideration Property (including any improvements): Lot 8, Block 76, Fort Concho Addition to the City of San Angelo, being more particularly described in Volume 232, Page 566, Deed Records of Tom Green County, Texas. Account #12-23200-0076-003-00 Judgment: Judgment for the foreclosure of a tax lien against the Property entered on August 25, 1992 in Cause No. TAX89-0281B by the 119th District Court of Tom Green County, Texas. Sheriff’s Deed: Grantor acquired full legal title to the Property — both for its own benefit and as Trustee for all other taxing authorities entitled to receive proceeds from the sale of the Property under the terms of the Judgment — by Sheriff’s Deed dated February 21, 1996, and recorded in Volume 518, Page 374, Official Public Records, Tom Green County, Texas. For the Consideration, Grantor — acting by and through its Mayor, who has been duly authorized to execute this instrument on Grantor’s behalf by resolution and order of Grantor’s City Council recorded in the City Council’s official minutes — hereby quitclaims to Grantee all of Grantors right, title, and interest in and to the Property, to have and to hold it to Grantee and Grantees heirs, successors, and assigns forever. Neither Grantor, nor any other taxing unit interested in the Judgment, nor any other person or entity claiming under them, will have, claim, or demand any right or title to the Property or any part of it. Grantor gives this Tax- Resale Deed without any express or implied warranty whatsoever; and all warranties that might arise by common law and the warranties in § 5.023 of the Texas Property Code (or its successor) are hereby specifically excluded. Grantees rights under this deed are subject to the provisions of Chapter 34 of the Texas Tax Code, including, without limitation, any right of redemption remaining in the former owner of the Property; the terms of any recorded restrictive covenants running with the land that were recorded before January 1 of the year in which the tax lien on the property arose; any recorded lien that arose under such restrictive covenants that was
  • not extinguished in the judgment foreclosing the tax lien; and each valid easement of record as of the date ofthe sale that was recorded before January 1 of the year the tax lien arose. Grantor is selling the Property to Grantee for an amount that is not less than the lesser of (1) the marketvalue specified in the Judgment, or (2) the total amount of the Judgment. Grantee assumes full payment of any ad valorem taxes for the Property for the current year and allfuture years. When the context requires, singular nouns and pronouns include the plural. GRANTOR: The City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, for itself and as Trustee for any taxing authorities named in the JudgmentATTEST: By: ____________________________ Alvin New, Mayor and duly-authorized agentAlicia Ramirez, City ClerkSTATE OF TEXAS § §COUNTY OF TOM GREEN § This instrument was acknowledged before me on _____________________, 2013, by Alvin New,Mayor and duly-authorized agent of the City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, onbehalf of such corporation and as Trustee for any taxing authorities named in the Judgment identified in theabove instrument. __________________________________ Notary Public, State of TexasAfter Recording, Return To:City Attorney’s Office
  • PROPERTY ANALYSIS For Tax Resale PropertyLegal Description: Lot 6, Block 60, Miles Addition, City of San Angelo, as described in Volume 252, Page 106, Deed Records of Tom Green County, Texas.Improved/Unimproved UnimprovedTax Suit Number: TAX89-0282BLocation: 23 W 13th StreetParcel Size/Dimensions: 50 x 100City of San Angelo vs. Elizabeth Johnson, individually & as Administrator of the estate of John Alexander Johnson, deceased Account #1371Tax ID Number: 19-34200-0060-006-00Judgment Date: August 25, 1992Date of Sheriffs Sale: January 15, 1996Sheriffs Deed Recorded: February 26, 1996 Years Held in Trust 17 YRSAdjudge Value: $ 2,500.00 Purchased under Urban Redevelopment NoPROPOSED Offer: $ 750.00 Amounts Due Priority % of Pro Rata Amounts Fees Judgment Allocations Remainder Allocations DistributedAdministration Fee $ 500.00 $ 500.00 0.00% $ 500.00 $ 500.00Maintenance Fee $ - 0.00% $ -District Clerk $ 400.25 $ 400.25 52.80% $ 131.99 $ 131.99Sheriffs Fee $ 357.86 $ 357.86 47.20% $ 118.01 $ 118.01Attorney Fee $ - $ - $ - 0.00% $ -Municipal Liens $ 76.54 0.00% $ - $ -Taxes $ 1,665.35 0.00% $ - $ -Total $ 1,258.11 $ 1,741.89 $ 758.11 100.00% $ - $ 750.00Actual Total Amt Due $ 3,000.00Amount Remaining $ 250.00 Proposed Offer will satisfy a portion of the court cost, taxes and liens.
  • NOTICE OF CONFIDENTIALITY RIGHTS: If you are a natural person, you may remove orstrike any or all of the following information from this instrument before it is filed for record inthe public records: your social security number or your driver’s license number. Tax-Resale Deed (Property Sold for Less than Adjudged Value) Date: __________________________ Grantor: The City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, for itself and as Trustee for itself, Tom Green County, and San Angelo Independent School District 72 West College Avenue San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas 76903 Grantee: Freddie Jones, a single person 35 West 13th Street San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas 76903 Consideration: Ten and No/100 Dollars ($10.00) and other good and valuable consideration Property (including any improvements): Lot 6, Block 60, Miles Addition, City of San Angelo, as described in Volume 252, Page 106, Deed Records of Tom Green County, Texas. Account #19-34200-0060-006-00 Judgment: Judgment for the foreclosure of a tax lien against the Property entered on August 25, 1992 in Suit No. TAX89-0282B, by the 119th District Court of Tom Green County, Texas. Sheriff’s Deed: Grantor acquired full legal title to the Property — both for its own benefit and as Trustee for all other taxing authorities entitled to receive proceeds from the sale of the Property under the terms of the Judgment — by Sheriff’s Deed dated February 26, 1996, and recorded in Volume 518, Page 372, Official Public Records of Real Property, Tom Green County, Texas. For the Consideration, Grantor — acting by and through its Mayor, who has been duly authorized to execute this instrument on Grantor’s behalf by resolution and order of Grantor’s City Council recorded in the City Council’s official minutes — hereby quitclaims to Grantee all of Grantors right, title, and interest in and to the Property, to have and to hold it to Grantee and Grantees heirs, successors, and assigns forever. Neither Grantor, nor any other taxing unit interested in the Judgment, nor any other person or entity claiming under them, will have, claim, or demand any right or title to the Property or any part of it. Grantor gives this Tax- Resale Deed without any express or implied warranty whatsoever; and all warranties that might arise by common law and the warranties in § 5.023 of the Texas Property Code (or its successor) are hereby specifically excluded. Grantees rights under this deed are subject to the provisions of Chapter 34 of the Texas Tax Code, including, without limitation, any right of redemption remaining in the former owner of the Property; the terms of any recorded restrictive covenants running with the land that were recorded before January 1 of the year in which the tax lien on the property arose; any recorded lien that arose under such restrictive covenants that was
  • not extinguished in the judgment foreclosing the tax lien; and each valid easement of record as of the date ofthe sale that was recorded before January 1 of the year the tax lien arose. Grantor is selling the Property to Grantee for an amount that is less than the lesser of (1) the marketvalue specified in the Judgment, or (2) the total amount of the Judgment. Grantee assumes full payment of any ad valorem taxes for the Property for the current year and allfuture years. When the context requires, singular nouns and pronouns include the plural. GRANTOR: The City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, for itself and as Trustee for any taxing authorities named in the JudgmentATTEST: By: ____________________________ Alvin New, Mayor and duly-authorized agentAlicia Ramirez, City ClerkSTATE OF TEXAS § §COUNTY OF TOM GREEN § This instrument was acknowledged before me on _____________________, 2013, by Alvin New,Mayor and duly-authorized agent of the City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, onbehalf of such corporation and as Trustee for any taxing authorities named in the Judgment identified in theabove instrument. __________________________________ Notary Public, State of TexasAfter Recording, Return To:
  • Next to 114 Lowrie Avenue, E50 of S 1/2 of Lot 14, Block 10, Douglas Addition 50 x 175 January 30, 2013 1:3,039 0 0.025 0.05 0.1 mi City Address Points County Address Points TGC Appraisal Parcels Ownership Parcels 0 0.04 0.08 0.16 km Pending City Addresses Pending County Addresses City Limits Platted Lot Lines Copyright:© 2012 ESRI, NAVTEQ, DeLorme Retired City Addresses Retired County Addresses Streets 4514 Platted Lot Line Labels
  • PROPERTY ANALYSIS For Tax Resale PropertyLegal Description: East 50’ of South ½ of Lot 14, Block 10, J.E. Douglas addition to the City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas.Improved/Unimproved UnimprovedTax Suit Number: B2220-BLocation: Next to 114 Lowrie AvenueParcel Size/Dimensions: 50 x 175City of San Angelo vs. Pat Adair, W.C. Adair, Sr., Alice Adair, Edgar Adair, Elizabeth Newman, W.B. Bradley, Hunter Bradley, Mr. & Mrs. Larence StoneTax ID Number: #08-20700-0010-002-00Judgment Date: August 27, 1959Date of Sheriffs Sale: August 2, 1966Sheriffs Deed Recorded: August 17, 1966 Years Held in Trust 47 YRSAdjudge Value: N/A Urban Redevlopment Sale?: NOAmount of Offer: $ 1,500.00 Amounts Due Priority % of Pro Rata Amounts Fees Judgment Allocations Remainder Allocations DistributedAdministration Fee $ 500.00 $ 500.00 0.00% $ 500.00Maintenance Fee $ 1,000.00 $ 1,000.00 0.00% $ 1,000.00District Clerk $ - $ - 0.00% $ -Sheriffs Fee $ - $ - 0.00% $ -Attorney Fee $ - $ - 0.00% $ -Municipal Liens 0.00% $ -Taxes $ - 0.00% $ - $ -Total $ 1,500.00 $ - $ 1,500.00 0.00% $ - $ 1,500.00Actual Total Amt Due $ 1,500.00Amount Remaining $ - Offer will satisfy the court cost and a portion of the taxes and liens.
  • NOTICE OF CONFIDENTIALITY RIGHTS: If you are a natural person, you may remove orstrike any or all of the following information from this instrument before it is filed for record inthe public records: your social security number or your driver’s license number. Tax-Resale Deed (Property Sold for Not Less than Adjudged Value) Date: __________________________ Grantor: The City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, for itself and as Trustee for itself, Tom Green County, and San Angelo Independent School District. 72 W. College Avenue San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas 76903 Grantee: Emiliano Torres, a married person as his sole and separate property 1309 Preusser San Angelo, TX 76903 Consideration: Ten and No/100 Dollars ($10.00) and other good and valuable consideration Property (including any improvements): East 50’ of South ½ of Lot 14, Block 10, J.E. Douglas addition to the City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas. Account #08-20700-0010-002-00 Judgment: Judgment for the foreclosure of a tax lien against the Property entered on August 27, 1959 in Cause No. B2220-B by the 119th District Court of Tom Green County, Texas. Sheriff’s Deed: Grantor acquired full legal title to the Property — both for its own benefit and as Trustee for all other taxing authorities entitled to receive proceeds from the sale of the Property under the terms of the Judgment — by Sheriff’s Deed dated August 4, 1966, and recorded in Volume 492, Page 149, Official Public Records, Tom Green County, Texas. For the Consideration, Grantor — acting by and through its Mayor, who has been duly authorized to execute this instrument on Grantor’s behalf by resolution and order of Grantor’s City Council recorded in the City Council’s official minutes — hereby quitclaims to Grantee all of Grantors right, title, and interest in and to the Property, to have and to hold it to Grantee and Grantees heirs, successors, and assigns forever. Neither Grantor, nor any other taxing unit interested in the Judgment, nor any other person or entity claiming under them, will have, claim, or demand any right or title to the Property or any part of it. Grantor gives this Tax- Resale Deed without any express or implied warranty whatsoever; and all warranties that might arise by common law and the warranties in § 5.023 of the Texas Property Code (or its successor) are hereby specifically excluded. Grantees rights under this deed are subject to the provisions of Chapter 34 of the Texas Tax Code, including, without limitation, any right of redemption remaining in the former owner of the Property; the terms of any recorded restrictive covenants running with the land that were recorded before January 1 of the year in which the tax lien on the property arose; any recorded lien that arose under such restrictive covenants that was
  • not extinguished in the judgment foreclosing the tax lien; and each valid easement of record as of the date ofthe sale that was recorded before January 1 of the year the tax lien arose. Grantor is selling the Property to Grantee for an amount that is not less than the lesser of (1) the marketvalue specified in the Judgment, or (2) the total amount of the Judgment. Grantee assumes full payment of any ad valorem taxes for the Property for the current year and allfuture years. When the context requires, singular nouns and pronouns include the plural. GRANTOR: The City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, for itself and as Trustee for any taxing authorities named in the JudgmentATTEST: By: ____________________________ Alvin New, Mayor and duly-authorized agentAlicia Ramirez, City ClerkSTATE OF TEXAS § §COUNTY OF TOM GREEN § This instrument was acknowledged before me on _____________________, 2013, by Alvin New,Mayor and duly-authorized agent of the City of San Angelo, a Texas home-rule municipal corporation, onbehalf of such corporation and as Trustee for any taxing authorities named in the Judgment identified in theabove instrument. __________________________________ Notary Public, State of TexasAfter Recording, Return To:City Attorney’s Office
  • City of San AngeloMemo Date: February 15, 2013 To: Mayor and Council Members From: Teresa Covey, Interim Emergency Management Coordinator Subject: Agenda Item for February 19, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Teresa Covey, Emergency Management, 325-657-4289 Caption: Consent Consideration of approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) agreement between the City of San Angelo and Goodfellow Air Force Base Readiness and Emergency Management Flight, authorizing sharing of web- based communication software and training/exercise opportunities for both parties, and authorizing the Mayor and/or City Manager to execute said MOU agreement. Summary: The City of San Angelo and Goodfellow Air Force Base recognize the vulnerability of the people and communities located within Tom Green County to damage, injury, illness, and loss of life and property resulting from a disaster or civil emergency and recognize that disasters or civil emergencies may present equipment, manpower, expertise, and shelter requirements beyond the capacity of said parties. To prevent or limit loss of life and property damage, the parties operating cooperatively will be better able to meet the needs of the people and communities in Tom Green County. History: The Texas Government Code, Section 418.109(d), provides that a local government entity may provide for emergency assistance to another local government entity. Section 418.113 of the Texas Government Code provides for coordination with political subdivisions located in the disaster district to ensure that state and federal emergency assets are made available as needed to provide the most efficient and effective response possible. This MOU will allow for better coordination of effort, and will help ensure that appropriate aid, assistance and care is available to the communities involved in the minimum time possible. Financial Impact: None Related Vision Item The sharing of the City Emergency Management WebEOC program and training opportunities with Goodfellow Air Force Base Readiness and Emergency (if applicable): Management Flight will provide another layer of communications redundancy and open doors for future training opportunities for San Angelo/Tom Green County. Other Information/ Staff recommends approval for the Mayor or City Manager to sign the Memorandum Recommendation: of Understanding (MOU) agreement between the City of San Angelo and Goodfellow Air Force Base Readiness and Emergency Management Flight. Attachments: EMG GAFB MOU.docx EMG GFAFB MOU RESOLUTION.docx Presentation: N/A
  • Publication: N/AReviewed by Daniel Valenzuela, City Manager,Service AreaDirector:Approved by Legal: 1-29-13
  • MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDINGBy and Between theOFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENTOf the CITY OF SAN ANGELO and TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXASAndGOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE READINESS AND EMERGENCYMANAGEMENT FLIGHTTHE STATE OF TEXASCOUNTY OF TOM GREENThis Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is entered into on the first day of December2012, and renewable on the pursuant to Chapter 418 of the Texas Government Code, theTexas Disaster Act of 975, and Chapter 791 of the Texas Government Code, the InterlocalCooperation Act, by and between the Office of Emergency Management of the City ofSan Angelo, Tom Green County (OEM) and Goodfellow Air Force Base Readinessand Emergency Management Flight. Each entity may be hereinafter referred to as a"Party" and jointly as "Parties".RECITALSThe Parties recognize the vulnerability of the people and communities located within TomGreen County to damage, injury, illness, and loss of life and property resulting from adisaster or civil emergency and recognize that disasters or civil emergencies may presentequipment, manpower, expertise, and shelter requirements beyond the capacity of any oneof the parties alone to provide.The Parties recognize that during a civil emergency as well as during cleanup periodsassistance in the form of personnel, supplies, equipment, shelter, and specialized expertiseor knowledge may be needed to prevent or limit loss of life and property damage, and thatthe parties operating cooperatively will be better able to meet the needs of the people andcommunities in Tom Green County.The Texas Government Code, Section 418.109(d), provides that a local government entitymay provide for emergency assistance and mutual aid assistance to another localgovernment entity or an organized volunteer group on request from another localgovernment entity or organized volunteer group. A memorandum of understanding foremergency assistance and mutual aid assistance will allow for better coordination ofeffort, and will help ensure that appropriate aid, assistance and care is available to thecommunities involved in the minimum time possible.The provision of emergency assistance and mutual aid assistance to another localgovernment entity or an organized volunteer group on request is deemed by the Parties tobe a governmental function of the Parties hereto.
  • NOW, THEREFORE, the Parties mutually enter into the following memorandum ofunderstanding: • The City of San Angelo/Tom Green County Office of Emergency Management agrees to share WebEOC with Goodfellow Air Force Base Office of Emergency Management. WebEOC is a software program that allows personnel to see resources and information being used to support a response. Access to WebEOC will provide a common operating picture for both, on and off base responders. • The City of San Angelo/Tom Green County Office of Emergency Management agrees to provide emergency management training opportunities to members of Goodfellow Air Force Base. • Goodfellow Air Force Base Office of Emergency Management agrees to provide access to Defense Connect Online (DCO) through the wing liaison representative to San Angelo/Tom Green County Emergency Operations Center (EOC). Access to DCO will provide a common operating picture for both, on and off base responders. • Goodfellow Air Force Base Office of Emergency Management agrees to provide emergency management training opportunities to members of the City of San Angelo/Tom Green County Office of Emergency Management. • Goodfellow AFB and The City of San Angelo/Tom Green County Office of Emergency Management agree to share information and plans on a need to know basis, in a joint effort to save lives, property and the environment in the event of a man made or natural disaster.Each party waives all claims against every other party for compensation for any loss,damage, personal injury or death occurring as a consequence of the performance of thisagreement. Either party may terminate this agreement at any time if it is determined to nolonger serve the intended purpose.
  • EXECUTED by the Parties hereto, each respective entity acting by and through its dulyauthorized official as required by law, in multiple counterparts each of which shall bedeemed to be an original, on the date specified.CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE_____________________________ ______________________________Daniel Valenzuela MARK T. DAMIANOCity Manager Colonel USAF CommanderDATE: ______________________ DATE:________________________ATTEST:____________________________Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkApproved as to Content:Wayne L. Click,GAFB Emergency ManagerApproved as to content: Approved as to form:Teresa Covey, Interim Emergency Lysia Bowling, City AttorneyManagement Coordinator
  • A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE READINESS AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FLIGHT PROVIDING FOR EMERGENCY AND MUTUAL AID ASSISTANCE IN PREPARATION FOR AND RESPONSE TO DISASTER OR CIVIL EMERGENCIES WHEREAS, Goodfellow Air Force Base is located within the corporate limits of theCity of San Angelo, Texas; and, WHEREAS, The Parties recognize the vulnerability of the people and communitieslocated within Tom Green County to damage, injury, illness, and loss of life and propertyresulting from a disaster or civil emergency and recognize that disasters or civil emergenciesmay present equipment, manpower, expertise, and shelter requirements beyond the capacity ofany one of the parties alone to provide; and, WHEREAS, the public health, safety and welfare will be served by coordination withpolitical subdivisions and organized volunteer groups located in the disaster district and theGoodfellow Air Force Base located in the City of San Angelo, to ensure that state and federalemergency assets are made available as needed to provide the most efficient and effectiveresponse to disaster or civil emergency that is possible; and, WHEREAS, A memorandum of understanding with Goodfellow Air Force BaseReadiness and Emergency Management Flight for emergency assistance and mutual aidassistance will allow for better coordination of effort, and will help ensure that appropriate aid,assistance and care is available to the City of San Angelo and area communities involved in theminimum time possible; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OFSAN ANGELO, TEXAS THAT: The City Manager or his designee is hereby authorized to execute the Memorandum ofUnderstanding with the Goodfellow Air Force Base Readiness and Emergency ManagementFlight providing for emergency and mutual aid assistance in preparation for and response todisaster or civil emergencies. PASSED and APPROVED THIS DAY OF , 2013. CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXASATTEST: Daniel Valenzuela, City ManagerAlicia Ramirez, City Clerk
  • APPROVED AS TO CONTENT APPROVED AS TO FORMTeresa Covey, Interim Emergency Lysia H. Bowling,Management Coordinator City Attorney
  • City of San AngeloMemo Date: 2/4/13 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Tim Vasquez, Chief of Police Subject: Agenda Item for February 19, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Chief Tim Vasquez, 657-4336 Caption: Consent Agenda Item Consideration of adopting a Resolution authorizing the San Angelo Police Department to apply for the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG) Summary: The State of Texas announced that federal funds are available under the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG). The City of San Angelo Police Department is asking for authorization to apply for funds from this program for the SWAT Robot Program. This program will allow the Police Department to purchase a robot to be used in special operations by the SWAT team. The robot will be able to enter buildings and send video of the interior to the SWAT team in the command center. Currently the SWAT team has to send an Officer up to or inside the building to gather the intelligence which is an Officer Safety issue. This allows the team to see any obstacles or threats before entering the building. History: The San Angelo Police Department applied for funding from the State JAG grant in 2012 but was not awarded the funds. Financial Impact: There is no requirement for matching funds. The San Angelo Police Department will apply for $18,000 from the grant and if awarded these funds will increase the Police Department budget. Other Information/Recommendation: Staff recommends approval of the stated caption. The grant application must be submitted by February 28, 2013 to be eligible for review. Attachments: none Presentation: none Reviewed by Service Area Director: Chief Tim Vasquez, Police Department, 2/4/13 Adopted: 5/30/03 Revised: 1/16/08
  • A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SAN ANGELO POLICE DEPARTMENT TO APPLY FOR THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM (JAG) WHEREAS, The City Council of the City of San Angelo finds it in the best interest of the citizens of San Angelo, TX that the SWAT Robot Program be operated for the 2013-2014; and WHEREAS, The City Council of the City of San Angelo agrees to provide no matching funds for the said project as required by the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG) grant application; and WHEREAS, The City Council of the City of San Angelo agrees that in the event of loss or misuse of the Criminal Justice Division funds, The City Council of the City of San Angelo assures that the funds will be returned to the Criminal Justice Division in full. WHEREAS, The City Council of the City of San Angelo designates the City Manager as the grantee’s authorized official. The authorized official is given the power to apply for, accept, reject, alter or terminate the grant on behalf of the applicant agency. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that The City Council of the City of San Angelo approves submission of the grant application for the SWAT Robot Program to the Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice Division. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED this ___ day of __ __ , 2013.Grant Number: ____________ CITY OF SAN ANGELO BY: ____________________________ Alvin New, MayorATTEST:BY: ________________________ Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkAPPROVED AS TO CONTENT: APPROVED AS TO FORM:_________________________ _________________________Tim Vasquez, Police Chief Dan Saluri, Asst. City Attorney
  • City of San AngeloMemo Date: January 25, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Brian Dunn, Fire Department Subject: Agenda Item for February 19, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Brian Dunn, Fire Department, (325) 657-4355 Caption: Consent Agenda Item Consideration of authorizing the San Angelo Fire Department to participate in the 2013 Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Fill the Boot Campaign Summary: SAFD is tentatively looking at participating in the MDA Fill the Boot campaign April 24th, 25th, and 26th. The fire fighters will be at 4 locations around the city. The fire fighters have worked this cause since 1999. This effort has helped the city get a MDA clinic here so families won’t have to travel out of town for treatment. (MDA Muscular Dystrophy Association) The 4 locations are: 29th and Bryant Abe and Harris Johnson and Knickerbocker Sherwood Way and Avenue N History: The San Angelo Fire Department has worked this cause since 1999. Financial Impact: Zero Cost Related Vision Item (if applicable): N/A Other Information/Recommendation: The San Angelo Fire Department recommends approval. Attachments: N/A Presentation: N/A Publication: N/A Reviewed by Service Area Director: Brian Dunn, Fire Department, January 25, 2013
  • City of San Angelo Office of the City ClerkMemoDate: January 26, 2011To: Mayor and CouncilmembersFrom: Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkSubject: Agenda Item for February 1, 2022 Council MeetingContact: Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk, 657-4405Caption: Consent Item a. Consideration of adopting a Resolution designating polling places within the election precincts within the City of San Angelo, Texas for elections ordered; providing for pre- clearance and all other necessary actions; and providing for an effective date b. Consideration of adopting a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute an Interlocal Agreement For Joint Election to hold a joint election on May 11, 2013 with Tom Green County, Veribest Independent School District, Wall Independent School District, Grape Creek Independent School District, and San Angelo Independent School DistrictSummary: a. The Resolution designating polling places for the General and Special Election is a routine action required by the Election Code. I met with the Election Administrator and representatives from the independent school districts regarding the joint election and to review possible options for designation of polling places. All entities agreed to maintain the current designation of polling places authorized in 2011, but chose to reassign the precincts to adequately and conveniently serve all affected voters. The foregoing list of polling designations will be presented to the school district Board of Trustees for approval and ordering the election. The designation of election judges and alternate judges will be submitted for consideration at a future meeting. b. The Resolution for the Interlocal Agreement for Joint Election authorizes the City Manager to execute the agreement with the Tom Green County Elections Administrator and ISD entities for making provisions for the conduct of the elections and other provisions incident and related to the purpose of the election, specifically to share use of electronic counting equipment. Cost will be shared by all entities. The Administrator also carries out early voting at their office and branch locations which is less confusing and more convenient for voters. Other services provided by the Administrator are outlined in the Master Interlocal Agreement executed in 2011. The estimated costs include ballots, supplies, and personnel for all polling places, early voting, and central counting. The Resolutions and Agreements authorize the Mayor to execute agreements to hold joint elections with the entities on May 11, 2013.Financial Impact: The expense of the Election is shared on a pro rata basis with the Tom Green County (TGC) and the ISDs. The City is holding a city-wide election, and stated ISDs are holding their local election; therefore, the pro rata share will be appropriated for all entities. Based on the estimated total cost for a city-wide election at $40,000.00 to $55,000.00, the estimated cost for the City is $20,000.00 to $28,000.00 and budgeted in account 101-0500-411.06-16.
  • Other Information/Recommendation: As required by EC 85.002(d), on the final two days of early voting by personal appearance, the Election Administrator’s office and branch location hours will be designated from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m., beginning on Monday, April 29, 2013 and ending Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Staff recommends adoption of the Resolutions and execution of the agreement as presented.Attachments: Resolution designating Polling Places, Resolution for Joint Election Agreement with SanAngelo, Grape Creek, Water Valley, and Veribest).
  • A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, DESIGNATING POLLING PLACES WITHIN THE ELECTION PRECINCTS WITHIN THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS FOR ELECTIONS ORDERED; PROVIDING FOR PRE-CLEARANCE AND ALL OTHER NECESSARY ACTIONS; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE WHEREAS, the Texas Election Code Section 43.004 authorizes the City Council todesignate the location of the polling places for each of its election precincts; and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of San Angelo, Texas (the “City Council”) hasinvestigated and determined that it will be advantageous and beneficial to the City of SanAngelo, Texas ("City") and its inhabitants to designate election day polling places within theelection precincts within San Angelo for all elections ordered by the City Council; and WHEREAS, by this Resolution, it is the intention of the City Council to designate anelection day polling place within each election precinct; and WHEREAS, changes in precincts constitute a change from prior practices requiringpreclearance under the Federal Voting Rights Act. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OFSAN ANGELO, TEXAS: SECTION 1: FINDINGS INCORPORATED. The findings set forth above areincorporated into the body of this Resolution as if fully set forth herein. SECTION 2: DESIGNATION OF ELECTION DAY AND SUBSEQUENT ELECTION DAYPOLLING PLACES: The polling places within each election precinct within the City, are as setforth in Exhibit "A", attached hereto and incorporated herein for all purposes. SECTION 3: SUBMISSIONS TO THE UNITED STATES JUSTICE DEPARTMENT: TheCity Clerk of the City of San Angelo, or her authorized agent, shall make such submissions asare necessary to the United State Justice Department to seek pre-clearance approval. SECTION 4: NECESSARY ACTIONS: The Mayor and the City Clerk, in consultationwith the City Attorney, are hereby authorized and directed to take any and all actions necessaryto comply with the provisions of the Code, the Texas Election Code and any other state orfederal law in carrying out and designating polling placing, whether or not expressly authorizedherein and all actions previously taken are hereby ratified.
  • SECTION 5: EFFECTIVE DATE. This Resolution shall become effective immediatelyupon its passage.APPROVED AND ADOPTED on this 21st day of February, 2013. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS ___________________________ Alvin New, MayorATTEST:_______________________Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkApproved As to Content: Approved As to Form:Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney
  • Exhibit “A” POLLING PLACES FOR MAY 11, 2013 GENERAL ELECTIONEarly Voting Votacion AdelantadaApril 29 - May 3, 8 am to 5 pm El 29 de abril hasta el 3 de mayo, desde las 8 hasta las 5May 6 - 7, 7 am to 7 pm El 6 y 7 de mayo, desde las 7 hasta las 7 EVM Edd B. Keyes Building 113 W. Beauregard, 2nd floor (Piso Segundo) EV1 River Place Apartments 501 S. Irene EV2 Victory Christian Center 1420 Sunset Dr. EV3 Assembly of God Church 1442 Edmund Blvd. EV4 Plaza del Sol Apartments 4359 Oak Grove Blvd.During early voting, any voter may go to one of these locations and vote on all the issues for which they are eligible.Durante votación adelantada, cualquier votante pueden ir a cualquiera de estos locales y votar sobre todas losasuntos que son elegibles.Election Day Dia de las EleccionesMay 11, 2013, 7 am to 7 pm El 11 de mayo, 2013, desde las 7 hasta las 7Voters in precincts 114, 137, and 144 vote at Belmore Baptist Church-Fellowship Hall, 1214 S. Bell St.Votantes en precintos 114, 137, y 144, votar en Belmore Baptist Church-Fellowship Hall, 1214 South Bell,Voters in precincts 106, 107, 127, and 146 vote at Baptist Memorial Hospital, 902 N. Main, ChapelVotantes en precintos 106, 107, 124, y 146 votan en la capilla de Baptist Memorial Hospital, 902 Main al Norte.Voters in precinct 108 vote at Harriett Baptist Church, 7626 N US Hwy 67Votantes en precinto 108 votan en Harriett Baptist Church, 7626 N US Hwy 67Voters in precincts 112 and 213 vote at St Ambrose Church, 8602 Loop 570, Wall, TX.Votantes en precintos 112 y 213 votan en St. Ambrose Church, 8602 Loop 570, Wall, TX.Voters in precincts 228, and 230 vote at Southgate Church of Christ, 528 Country Club Rd.Votantes dentro precintos 228, y 230 votan en Southgate Church of Christ, 528 Country Club Road.Voters in precincts 215 and 241 vote at Texas Department of Transportation, 4502 Knickerbocker Rd., Bldg. EVotantes en precintos 215 y 241 votan en el Departamento de Transporte de Texas, 4502 Knickerbocker Road, Edificio"E".Voters in precincts 304, 306, and 348 vote at Lakeview Bible Church, 4825 Grape Creek Rd.Votantes en precintos 304, 306, y 348 votan en Lakeview Bible Church, 4825 Grape Creek RoadVoters in precincts 305, 308, 319, 327, and 351 vote at Ángelo Bible Church, 3506 Sherwood Way.Votantes en precintos 305, 308, 319, 327, y 351 votan en Ángelo Bible Church, 3506 Sherwood Way.Voters in precinct 358 vote at Grape Creek ISD Admin. Building, 8207 US Hwy. 87 N.Votantes en precinto 358 votan en el D.E.I. de Grape Creek en el edificio de Administración, 8207 US HWY 87, Norte.Voters in precincts 402, 420, 421, and 424 vote at Plaza del Sol Apartments, 4359 Oak Grove Blvd.Votantes en precintos 402, 420, 421, y 424 votan en Plaza del Sol Apartments, 4359 Oak Grove BoulevardVoters in precincts 401, 434, 435, and 436 vote at MHMR Services, 1501 W. Beauregard Ave.Votantes en precintos 401, 434. 435 y 436 votan en Servicios de MHMR 1501 Beauregard, Oeste.Voters in precinct 423 vote at Knickerbocker Community Center, 14608 FM 2335, Knickerbocker, TX.Votantes en precinto 423 votan en Knickerbocker Community Center, 14608 FM 2335, Knickerbocker , TX.
  • A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR JOINT ELECTION TO HOLD A JOINT ELECTION ON MAY 11, 2013 WITH TOM GREEN COUNTY, VERIBEST INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, WALL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, GRAPE CREEK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, AND SAN ANGELO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT WHEREAS, Texas Election Code Section 31.092 provides that the county election officermay contract with the governing body of a political subdivision situated wholly or partly in the countyserved by the officer to perform election services in any election ordered by an authority of thepolitical subdivision; and, WHEREAS, entering into a contract with the Elections Administrator of Tom Green Countyfor joint elections with provision for shared election services is the most efficient method ofconducting the election and is in the best interest of the citizens of the City of San Angelo:NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT: The City Council authorizes the City Manager, or his designee, is hereby authorized anddirected to enter into an Interlocal Agreement for Joint Election that provides for a joint election to beheld on May 11, 2013 with Tom Green County, Veribest Independent School District, WallIndependent School District, Grape Creek Independent School District, and San Angelo IndependentSchool District, in substantially the form of Exhibit “A” to this resolution. The City Manager, or hisdesignee, is further authorized to execute such other documents as may be necessary or convenient tocarry out the purposes of this resolution. APPROVED AND ADOPTED on this 21st day of February, 2013. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ___________________________ Alvin New, MayorATTEST:_______________________Alicia Ramirez, City ClerkApproved as to Content Approved as to Form:___________________________ ___________________________Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney
  • INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR JOINT ELECTION WHEREAS, Chapter 271 of the Texas Election Code authorizes the governing bodiesof political subdivisions to enter into an agreement to hold joint elections in election precinctsthat can be served by common polling places; and, WHEREAS, Tom Green County, Tom Green County Election Administration, City ofSan Angelo, Veribest Independent School District and Wall Independent School Districtentered into a Master Interlocal Agreement for Joint Elections effective December 6, 2011,providing for election services to be provided by Tom Green County Election Administration,in anticipation of the holding joint elections in May of each year from and after May, 2012,through May of 2022 (hereinafter “Master Interlocal Agreement”); and, WHEREAS Tom Green County, Veribest Independent School District, WallIndependent School District, Grape Creek Independent School District, and San AngeloIndependent School District, all in Tom Green County, desire to hold elections on May 11,2013, for election of officers and it would be for the benefit of each of said parties and thecitizens and voters thereof, to hold the elections jointly: NOW THEREFORE THIS AGREEMENT is made by and between the followingnamed entities: City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, ( "City"), Tom Green County, TomGreen County Election Administration, (“Election Administrator”), Veribest IndependentSchool District, Wall Independent School District, Grape Creek Independent School District,and San Angelo Independent School District (collectively “School Districts”), of Tom GreenCounty, acting by and through the authority of each of their governing bodies and, pursuant toChapter 271 of the Texas Election Code, agree as follows:1. The entities party to this Agreement, City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Tom Green County Election Administration, Veribest Independent School District, Wall Independent School District, Grape Creek Independent School District, and San Angelo Independent School District, will hold a joint election for the election of City Mayor and City Council Members Single Districts 2, 4 and 6 and fill the vacancy for unexpired term for City Council Member Single Member District 1, and for School Board Trustees for each of their governing bodies respectively, on May 11, 2013 (hereafter referred to as the “Joint Election”).2. The Joint Election shall be conducted in accordance with the terms of the Master Interlocal Agreement, under the coordination, supervision and handling of Tom Green County, Tom Green Election Administration. A copy of the Master Interlocal Agreement is attached hereto as Exhibit “A”, the provisions of which are adopted by reference thereto as if fully set forth herein.3. Each entity not a party to the Master Interlocal Agreement shall be responsible for paying the Tom Green County Election Administration an administrative fee and its proportionate share of expenses directly attributable to the election services for conducting the elections as determined by the Election Administrator and provided for in the Master Interlocal Agreement.
  • 4. Each entity will be responsible for canvassing its respective precinct returns for the Joint Election.5. If a participating entity determines not to participate in the Joint Election to be held on Saturday, May 11, 2013, because it has no contested positions, the nonparticipating entity shall promptly notify the Tom Green County Election Administration and the other parties to this Interlocal Joint Election Agreement, and this Agreement shall be automatically amended to delete the nonparticipating entity as a party to this Agreement.6. In all respects, said elections shall be conducted in accordance with the Texas Election Code.7. Each entity to this Interlocal Agreement will be responsible for preparation, adoption and publication of all required election orders, resolutions, notices, and any other pertinent documents required by their respective governing bodies.8. The voting system for the Joint Election is expected to be the same as described in the Master Interlocal Agreement.9. Common polling places shall be utilized in the voting precincts wherein City and School Districts have candidates on the ballot. The Tom Green County Elections Administrators Office shall be designated as the main site for early voting by personal appearance.10. Those persons appointed by the Tom Green County Elections Administrator’s Office shall be appointed to serve as election officers.11. The Tom Green County Elections Administrator shall be appointed as the Early Voting Clerk for the joint election and the City Clerk as the Deputy Early Voting Clerk for personal appearance early voting.12. A joint ballot and a single set of ballot boxes will be used at common polling places.13. Election forms and records maintained at common polling places shall be combined.14. In connection with the performance of this Agreement, no contracting party shall be deemed liable to third parties for a default of another contracting party in connection with the holding of the joint election, including the failure by another contracting party to pay any expenses hereunder.15. This Agreement shall be interpreted under and governed and enforced according to the laws of the State of Texas. All obligations of the parties created hereunder are performable in Tom Green County, Texas.16. In case any one or more of the provisions contained in this Agreement for any reason shall be held to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable in any respect, such invalidity, illegality or unenforceability shall not affect any other provisions thereof, and this Agreement shall be construed as if such invalid, illegal or unenforceable provision had never been contained herein. Page 2 of 10
  • 17. No amendment, modification or alteration of the term hereof shall be binding unless the same is in writing, dated subsequent to the date of this Agreement, and duly executed by authority of the governing body for each entity.18. In connection with this Agreement, all notices, inquiries and communications shall be to the following persons or offices: City Clerk Alicia Ramirez City of San Angelo P. O. Box 1751 San Angelo, Texas 76902 Superintendent of Schools – Veribest I.S.D. Bobby Fryar P.O. Box 490, 10062 F.M. Hwy. 380 Veribest, TX. 76886 Superintendent of Schools – Wall I.S.D. Walter Holik, Jr. 8065 Loop 570 P.O. Box 259 Wall, TX 76957 Superintendent of Schools – Grape Creek I.S.D. David Hale 8207 US Hwy 87 N San Angelo, TX 76901 Superintendent of Schools – San Angelo I.S.D. Dr. Carol Ann Bonds 1621 University Avenue San Angelo, TX 76904-5164 Elections Administrator Vona McKerley Tom Green County Judge Edd B. Keyes Annex Building 113 W. Beauregard Avenue San Angelo, Texas 76903 [Signature pages to follow] Page 3 of 10
  • WITNESS the following signatures and seals and EXECUTED in multiple originals on the _____day of __________________, 2013. CITY OF SAN ANGELO __________________________ Daniel Valenzuela, City ManagerATTEST: Date:____________________Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk TOM GREEN COUNTY Michael D. Brown, County Judge, acting in his official capacity and not individually. Date: TOM GREEN COUNTY ELECTION ADMINISTRATOR Vona McKerley Date: Page 4 of 10
  • VERIBEST INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT BY: _______________________ _______________________ATTEST: President Board of Trustees____________________ Date:___________________________, Secretary Page 5 of 10
  • WALL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT BY: _______________________ _______________________ATTEST: President Board of Trustees____________________ Date:___________________________, Secretary Page 6 of 10
  • GRAPE CREEK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT BY: _______________________ _______________________ATTEST: President Board of Trustees____________________ Date:___________________________, Secretary Page 7 of 10
  • SAN ANGELO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT BY: _______________________ _______________________ATTEST: President Board of Trustees____________________ Date:___________________________, Secretary Page 8 of 10
  • APPROVED AS TO CONTENT APPROVED AS TO FORM:___________________________ ______________________________Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Dan Saluri, Sr. Assistant City Attorney Page 9 of 10
  • EXHIBIT “A” TOINTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR JOINT ELECTION [Following this page] Page 10 of 10
  • City of San AngeloMemo Date: February 8, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Ricky Dickson, Interim Water Utilities Director Subject: Agenda Item for February 19, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Ricky Dickson; 657-4209 Caption: Regular Item Demonstration and possible consideration of Neptune N_Sight IQ software. This software will allow citizens to access their water consumption data collected from the city’s automatic meter reading system. Summary: The Neptune N_Sight IQ software integrates with the City’s automatic meter reading system to provide cloud-based data management, reporting and long-term data retention. This system allows utility customers to monitor their water usage, allows notification of leaks or unusually high consumption with pre-determined alarm conditions. With this information customers are better equipped to manage their water consumption. The software is a web-based thin-client application that provides time-synchronized meter readings and grouping technology to provide consumption data analysis through graphical interfaces. History: On June 1, 2010 the City entered into a contract with HD Supply Waterworks to provide materials and equipment necessary for the city to implement the Neptune fixed base automatic meter reading system. Since this time approximately 50% of the water meters have been converted to the AMR system. Scheduled completion of the AMR system is 2015. Financial Impact: No hardware required by City. Related Vision Item Water Conservation (if applicable): Other Information/ Staff recommends the implementation of software. Recommendation: Attachments: None Presentation: On-line demonstration of the software will be conducted by Charlie Trimble of Neptune Technology Group. Publication: None. Reviewed by Ricky Dickson, Interim Water Utilities Director; 657-4209 Director: Approved by Legal: na
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELOSTORM WATER PRESENTATION2/19/2013
  • What is storm water??• Storm water is the volume and timing of runoff water following a rain event and potential contaminants that the water is carrying.• Storm water pollution is typically called “Non-Point Source Pollution“
  • STORM WATER PROJECT TASKS• Storm Water Monitoring• Water Quality Database• Computer Modeling• Education/Outreach• BMP Structural Controls• Special Projects
  • City of San Angelo Storm Water Monitoring Stations
  • August 13, 2011 Event
  • Total P NO3-NO2 TKN TSS VOLUME DATE SITE mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L BOD AC-FT P load (lbs) N load(lbs) TSS (lbs) BOD (lbs)8.13.11 2 0.75 0.3 2.28 782 5.3 1851.7 3776.5 11480.7 3937676 26687.6 P DATE SITE Total P mg/L NO3-NO2 mg/L TKN mg/L TSS mg/L BOD VOLUME(AC-FT) load(lbs) N load(lbs) TSS (lbs) BOD (lbs) RA at 8.13.11 2 0.75 0.3 2.28 782 5.3 1851.7 3776.5 11480.7 3937676 26687.6 WTP
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  • SAN ANGELO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2012 4th QUARTER ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REPORT TO: CITY COUNCIL CITY OF SAN ANGELO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION TOM GREEN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL I. MEMORANDUMII. PROSPECTS/STRATEGIC PLAN UPDATEIII. GENERAL ACTIVITES/MARKETINGIV. DECEMBER 31, 2012 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
  • MEMORANDUMDATE: January 2013TO: San Angelo COSADC Board and City CouncilFROM: John DuganRE: Synopsis Current ActivityLast Quarter of 2012 through January of 2013 Talked with 15 companies o 14 Companies are energy related  10 visited San Angelo and are possible new businesses for SA 4 should be making a decision by the end of the second quarter of 2013 Working with the City to consider rezoning of the existing business park The Chamber has taken the lead in mobilizing the Cline Shale Consortium o Addressing the issues impacting the community due to the increase in energy production in the area  Workforce  Housing  Education  Economic Development o Working on a regional basis o Meeting with representatives of communities that have already been affected by oil/gas production Working with local companies o to develop strategies to identify opportunities in the current economic climate o to assist in workforce issues o to identify resources for oil related businesses to insure local trade Identifying real estate and keeping files on resources to disseminate to interested businesses Familiarizing staff with the variety of business within the field of energy to assist in planning and to accommodate the needs of business considering San Angelo and those already here
  • Strategic Plan- Chamber of Commerce Short-term Priorities Implementation Matrix, with Estimated Completion Priorities Identified Started Date Barriers to Completion Activities CompletedAction Item 1.c: Work closely 1)Joint visit with COSADCwith state and local governments Representative to Guadalajaraand U.S. and Mexican companies to develop relationships withto identify infrastructure Company representativesdeficiencies and establish cross- 2)Hosted the Torreonborder partnerships to finance Conacintra (Chamber)and construct any necessary meetings in San Angeloimprovements. See 35.j 3)Continued support of the PTP yes Ongoing initiativeAction Item 2.b: Apply for aforeign trade zone designation foran existing industrial area such asthe San Angelo Business andIndustrial Park or in a newlocation such as the potentialPorts-to-Plains business park. See35.j
  • Action Item 2.c: Conductoutreach to existing San Angelo-based companies to determinewhat international trade is alreadytaking place, and to identifyuntapped opportunities forimporting or exporting, withsupport from the ASU SmallBusiness Development Center’sInternational Trade Office. See22.bAction Item 4.a: Continue toinvolve regional leaders in the airservice and marketing campaignefforts to re-capture Houston as a Active recruitment bydaily flight destination to and Chamber, City, and COSADC isfrom San Angelo. yes Ongoing ongoingAction Item 5.a: Explore optionsto bring freight rail into the SanAngelo Business and IndustrialPark. Potential funding sourcesinclude: U.S. EconomicDevelopment Administration; U.S.Department of Transportation.
  • Action Item 6.a: Provide publictransportation betweenGoodfellow Air Force Base (GAFB)and major destinations in the Cityof San Angelo. Utilize apartnership between the City ofSan Angelo, Tom Green County,GAFB, and the Concho ValleyTransit District to fund an initialbus route between GAFB and thenew multi-modal transportationcenter, with service in operationbetween Thursday and Sunday.Monitor ridership on the new busroute and plan for additional days Chamber has facilitated andof service and other destinations continues to facilitate the(Sunset Mall, ASU, others) operation and future fundingaccording to ridership needs. of the program that has yes Ongoing successfully continuedAction Item 12.b: Work with localbusinesses to identifyopportunities for shared parkingin privately-owned parking lotssuch as the night-time use ofoffice building parking lots forbars and restaurants.
  • Action Item 15.a: Vigorouslysupport the continuation andexpansion of GAFB through jointCity-Chamber annual trips toWashington, D.C., additional Chamber hosted and supportedcongressional support, and the annual trip through theChamber-sponsored military Cornerstone Investmentappreciation events. yes Ongoing funding source in MayAction Item 16.a: Work closelywith GAFB to gain a betterunderstanding of the skilledworkforce with both military andinformation technology trainingand the ability to more readilygain security clearances andmarket this workforce asset toprospective cyber security andinformation technology firms. Chamber continues to work inSee 34.g yes Ongoing support of GoodfellowAction Item 17.a: Fully capitalizeon the COSADC’s forward-thinking 1)Marketing concepts for theinvestment in the new Business program have begunResource Center (BRC) to provide development 2)Signage/Logo established/hosting meetingsa high level of support to small in the BRC to familiarize thebusinesses and entrepreneurs in business community with thethe Concho Valley region. yes Ongoing facility
  • Action Item 18.c: Ensure the 1)BREP program is organizingBREP program includes a and visits are being scheduledcomponent to identify small and accomplished 2)Helpbusinesses that would benefit through the Cornerstonefrom business incubation and Program was given to a localassistance through the CVCED. yes Ongoing expansionAction Item 19.a: Hold an annual“Inventors and InvestorsSymposium” that brings togethersmall business owners,entrepreneurs, inventors, andinvestors from throughout theConcho Valley region.Action Item 19.b: Building on thesuccess of the Concho ValleyAngel Network, promote thegrowth of start-up companies inSan Angelo through closerlinkages between locally-basedinvestors, entrepreneurs, andsmall business owners.
  • Action Item 20.a: Initiate apartnership between the CVCED,COSADC, SAISD, Howard College,the San Angelo Chamber ofCommerce, and the ASU SmallBusiness Development Center tostimulate entrepreneurship withinSan Angelo’s large minoritypopulation, focusing primarily onhigh school students and youngadults. See 29.a and 29.bAction Item 21.a: Using this planand its implementation matrix asa starting point, develop aconsensus between all of theregion’s economic developmentpartners on a brief summary ofthe primary responsibilities ofeach organization, with the goal ofcreating a diagram that visuallydepicts the principal economicdevelopment functions of eachpartner in a manner that reflectseach organization’s uniquestrengths and expertise and iseasy to understand.
  • Action Item 21.b: Distribute theeconomic development roles andresponsibilities diagram to as widean audience as possible including:all regional economicdevelopment partners, smallbusinesses, large employers, localand state government agencies,civic organizations, prospects, andthe general public.Action Item 22.a: Develop goalsand performance metrics for theretention and expansion programwhich should be administered andconducted by the San AngeloChamber of Commerce, withinvolvement from the COSADCand other economic developmentpartners as necessary. See 32.c yes Ongoing
  • Action Item 22.d: Address issuesidentified by employers byworking with city, county, or stateofficials. Utilize the retention andexpansion program to betterunderstand the needs andchallenges of local businesses.Establish a “SWAT Team” of cityand county employees thatproactively go out into thecommunity and work with localbusinesses to identify problems BREP visits are continuing andand develop solutions. See 22.b appropriate partners areand 32.c included in the meetings with yes Ongoing these companiesAction Item 22.e: Use the BREP visits are monitored forretention and expansion program identification of growing needs.to probe supplier opportunities Localized neighborhood/sectorand to better understand and groups are being supported bysupport the growth trends of local staff as plans forbusinesses. See 32.c and 33.g redevelopment of underutilized yes Ongoing areas are pursued
  • Action Item 23.a: Establishofficial tax abatement policies thatoutline and proactively market thetypes of projects for whichincentives are offered and list allavailable incentives on marketingmaterials to help prevent SanAngelo from being overlooked byprospects that may otherwiseperceive the city to have limitedincentives.Action Item 23.b: Ensure thatincentives include a requirementthat projected economic and fiscalreturn from assisted projectsoutweighs any public cost. Also,stipulate that tax abatement willbe selectively considered for thoseprojects deemed to be of themost significant value to thegrowth of San Angelo’s economy.NOTE: Incentives should explicitlyencourage business expansion orattraction within San Angelo’starget industries, while notprecluding the award of incentives Evaluation and Rezoning of theto worthy firms that do not fall business park is beingwithin the target industries. See considered to accommodate29.c the growth in the Energy yes Ongoing Industry
  • Action Item 24.a: Adopt“Advance San Angelo” as thetagline of San Angelo’s economicdevelopment program to be usedby all of the region’s economicdevelopment partners inmarketing and businessrecruitment efforts and initiate a Evaluating Logo Designs andmarketing campaign centered working with a local marketingaround the Advance San Angelo firm to complete the marketinginitiative. yes Ongoing planAction Item 24.b: Create aprofessionally-designed AdvanceSan Angelo website that acts as afront page with links to theindividual websites of the region’seconomic development partners,and includes a limited amount ofcontent focused on San Angelo’starget industries and mostimportant assets. yes Ongoing see above
  • Action Item 24.c: As part of theAdvance San Angelo marketingcampaign, and on the newwebsite, highlight key assets:Regional service center for a largegeographic region in West Texas;Top on-shore oil and gasproduction region and top windenergy generation in the U.S.;High-quality schools andhealthcare facilities; Majorindustry clusters (defense, energy,fabricated metal, customersupport, healthcare, education);Natural scenery of the ConchoRiver and Lake Nasworthy andoutdoor recreation opportunities;Cultural and historical attractions(unique downtown, Fort ConchoNational Historic Landmark, SanAngelo Museum of Fine Arts, SanAngelo Symphony, growing artistcommunity). See 31.a, 31.c, 32.a,34.a, 34.b, and 34.c yes 3rd Quarter See above
  • Action Item 27.e: Identify andplan for public investments thatmay be necessary to ensure thecontinued success of LakeNasworthy, including but notlimited to: Infrastructureimprovements; Additional publicaccess areas; Future water rightsfor San Angelo to help ensure thatLake Nasworthy’s constant-levelstatus is not threatened bypotential use as a municipal watersource.Action Item 29.a: Build onexisting efforts of the YoungProfessionals of San Angelo to Chamber continues to supportcreate additional networking the efforts of the YP programopportunities and Happy Hour and has agreed to work withevents for young professionals. the group to mentor and helpSee 20.a yes Ongoing establish the programAction Item 29.c: Targeteconomic development projectsthat would provide employmentopportunities for ASU graduates. All recruitment supports theSee 23.b yes Ongoing Graduates of ASUAction Item 31.a: Developmarketing materials that highlightSan Angelo’s prime geographiclocation in the top wind energygenerating cluster in the U.S. See24.c yes Ongoing
  • Action Item 31.c: Market SanAngelo as the location of choicefor oil and gas services firms(particularly training and Marketing and Recruitment of Oil related services have been aprofessional services) associated major focus of staff over thewith the oil and gas industry in later part of the year and willMidland-Odessa. See 24.c yes Ongoing continue in 2013Action Item 31.d: Activelyparticipate in key wind energy,solar energy, and other renewable Leads are being worked fromenergy annual conferences the participation in the AWEAincluding: AWEA Wind Power WindPower 2012 show in(American Wind Energy Atlanta in June/Solar Power International is not on the listAssociation), Solar Power for this year due to the lack ofInternational, Renewable Energy State support for the SolarWorld Conference and Expo. industry in Texas yes Ongoing Resources Not AvailableAction Item 31.e: Involve keystakeholders from the oil and gasindustry in efforts to re-capturedaily flights to and from Houston,which would be valuable toenergy firms in the San Angeloregion as well as major energycorporations in Houston that have Partners continue the work tooperations in or near San Angelo. attract additional flights to theSee 4.a and 4.b community yes Ongoing
  • Action Item 31.f: Attract businessand professional services andother related activities that aretied to the oil and gas industry inMidland-Odessa including:engineering, accounting,information technology, trucking,training, and metal product andmachinery manufacturing. See above yes OngoingAction Item 31.h: Exploreadditional opportunities to betterlink San Angelo’s metal-workingindustry with renewable energyproduction equipment.Action Item 33.a: Assist Shannon 1)Helped to identify fundingHealth, San Angelo Community source for new developmentsMedical Center, and other with Shannon 2)Are workingregional healthcare facilities with with the medical community asneeded training programs and part of the plans for addressingworkforce recruitment. See 22.b the needs of the oil industryand 33.a through inclusion in the yes Ongoing consortium
  • Action Item 33.b: Package SanAngelo’s cultural, historic, andrecreational assets to position itas a travel destination with amultitude of visitor activities forresidents of nearby cities (Abilene, CVB markets the Community asMidland-Odessa, Lubbock). See a whole and promotes SA as a19.c and 27.a yes Ongoing travel destinationAction Item 33.c: Extendadvertising to increase overnightvisitation for festivals and otherattractions from the majormetropolitan areas. See 27.a yes Ongoing See aboveAction Item 34.a: Promote SanAngelo as an ideal location for“mirror data centers” that provide Follow up is being done with aback-up support for data centers contact in the site selectionin Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, and process for data centerSan Antonio. See 24.c yes Ongoing placementAction Item 34.b: Market SanAngelo as a good location fortechnical support operationscenters and back-office businesssupport centers because of its Marketing is being done andlarge existing customer support staff is working with local companies to insure the laborlabor force, its low business costs, force is not jeopardized by theand its strong telecommunications increase in hiring due to theinfrastructure. See 24.c energy expansion yes Ongoing
  • Action Item 34.c: Market SanAngelo’s large military workforcewith advanced skills to cybersecurity and other informationtechnology firms. See 14.a, 14.b,and 24.cAction Item 34.d: Emphasizeretention strategies for existingcall centers (Verizon, SITEL andothers). yes Ongoing see aboveAction Item 34.e: Leverage thecyber training programs atGoodfellow Air Force Base (GAFB) Chamber is working closelythrough stronger connections with Goodfellow in all aspectsbetween GAFB and ASU. See 14.b yes Ongoing of supportAction Item 34.f: Proactivelyretain military retirees fromGoodfellow Air Force Base, manyof which have advancedtechnology skills. See 16.b yes Ongoing see aboveAction Item 34.j: Building on thesuccess of customer servicecenters, seek higher-value addedtechnical support operations. yes OngoingAction Item 35.a: Participate inmore joint marketing efforts withthe Ports-to-Plains Alliance. yes Ongoing see above
  • Action Item 35.b: Identifymutually beneficial industrysupply chain opportunities tomarket in partnership with citiesin Mexico’s maquiladora region,such as the West Texas cotton-producing region and NorthernMexico’s textile manufacturingcluster. yes Ongoing See action item 1cAction Item 35.c: Leverage SanAngelo’s location as the first majorcity north of the U.S.-Mexicoborder along the Ports-to-Plainscorridor to promote San Angelo asan attractive location forinternational trade. See 1.a yes Ongoing See action item 1cAction Item 35.e: Market SanAngelo as a good location forforeign-based companies(especially from Mexico or otherLatin American countries) seekingto establish a presence in the U.S.See 2.d yes Ongoing See action item 1c
  • Action Item 35.h: Continue tocollaborate with Texas Pacifico toimprove freight rail infrastructurein the Concho Valley region and instrategic locations outside of theregion that provide necessaryconnections such as the PresidioInternational Rail Bridge. See 1.bAction Item 35.j: Apply for aforeign trade zone designation foran existing industrial area such asthe San Angelo Business andIndustrial Park or in a newlocation such as the potentialPorts-to-Plains business park. See1.b
  • SAN ANGELO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2012 4th QUARTER ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REPORT TO: CITY COUNCIL CITY OF SAN ANGELO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION TOM GREEN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL I. MEMORANDUMII. PROSPECTS/STRATEGIC PLAN UPDATEIII. GENERAL ACTIVITES/MARKETINGIV. DECEMBER 31, 2012 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
  • GENERAL ACTIVTIES OCTOBER – DECEMBER 2012Assistance:Assistance was provided to Howard College concerning economic impact of college students.Hope provided a packet of information to a local commercial realtor who is working with a new retailprospect.Data of economic indicators (including sales tax and employment rates) was given to the Standard-Times.Meetings and events:Staff assisted the Chamber with the 21st annual Business Expo.John attended the Downtown Development Commission meeting.The board and membership of San Angelo Industries met in October to conduct their annual business.Possible projects to invest in were discussed and a special meeting will be called should the need arise.John staffed a booth at the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) trade show for the TexasMidwest Community Network.Staff met with COSADC staff to discuss implementation of the strategic plan and reporting processes.The 3rd quarter report was presented to COSADC on Nov. 14th and to City Council on Nov. 20th.John attended all COSADC meetings, including discussing incentives to assist a local company in theirexpansion plans and business park modifications.John met with new City Manager Daniel Valenzuela when he visited the Chamber offices.The Economic Development Council met in October and heard a brief update on the BRC and from thepartners.John presented the 3rd quarter reports to COSADC on Nov. 14th, and discussed with the group thepossible use of property within the business park for a company we have been working with.In lieu of the December Economic Development Council meeting, the group held a holiday party at theBRC. Refreshments were provided and the attendees were able to see the newly renovated BRC.Economic development partners met to discuss issues related to the “oil boom,” including housing andeducation.
  • Staff met with Diana Steele, Compliance Assistance Specialist with the Texas Commission onEnvironmental Quality, to discuss how the TCEQ can partner with us in economic development.BREP Efforts:John worked with local economic development partners to set up meetings to support a project toupgrade facilities at the airport for the potential expansion and retention of a company currentlyresiding at the airport.John met with a representative of a local company who had questions regarding the influx of oil relatedcompanies.Prospects:John spoke with multiple different oil and gas related companies who are considering locating in SanAngelo.A gentleman visited San Angelo that represents multiple businesses in Mexico. John met with him on arecent trip to Mexico and they are working to bring prospective businesses to Texas.John along with economic development partners met with three different prospects, including a sitetour for one of the companies. Two more leads were received over the phone and information wasgiven to both.Meeting space was provided to a prospect we continue to work with.John had another conversation with a Canadian company we have been working with, giving thecompany additional information that they had requested.John hosted a site visit Wednesday for a local company looking at consolidating two lines of business inSan Angelo. A BREP visit also resulted from this meeting.Staff hosted a site visit from a Canadian company looking to begin operations in Texas. Meetings wereset up with multiple groups including CPA’s, a construction company, and the San Angelo Association ofREALTORS.Miscellaneous:Year end administrative duties regarding the Cornerstone program were conducted.Staff met with Cornerstone co-chairs Sam Allen, Mark Thieman, and Rick Mantooth to discuss the 2013campaign. The annual Cornerstone Investors meeting will be February 20, 2013.Hope worked with the Standard-Times on an advertisement thanking our 2012 Cornerstone Investorsfor their support. The ad will appear in the Sunday paper and online.Hope and John both attended the Chamber seminar “How to Supervise People and Lead a Team.”Copy and photos were submitted for the Chamber’s Annual Report.
  • MARKETING OCTOBER – DECEMBER 2012John and Phil met with four representatives from Canacintra, an organization like the national Chamberor business organization for Mexico, divided into sectors of Mexico. Their purposes are centered oncommerce, trade, and manufacturing. Their goals include expanding trade opportunities into Texas andthe United States. We hosted a dinner on Thursday night at Miss Hatties and then the group met withbusiness members today.Updating the Community Profile for 2013 began this quarter and the product should be published inFebruary.An ad was submitted for Area Development.An advertising package was secured in Area Development/FacilityLocations.com that includes more than7 contact items.Several updates were made to the list of available buildings on our website, including a new “site”listing.Staff met with a local ad agency regarding the creation of a logo and front page for “Advance SanAngelo.”
  • 2013 Annual Report& Plan of Action Celebrating our 97th Anniversary
  • San Angelo Chamber of Commerce 2012 Annual Report We Can Do That! Letter from the 2012 Chairman....................................3 Economic Development Report.................................4-5 Government Affairs...................................................6-8 Education Report.........................................................9 . 2012 Cornerstone Investors. ...................................... 10 . Convention & Visitors Bureau Report.................... 11-13 Membership Services Report......................................14 2013 Plan of Action Takin’ Care of Business! 2013 Board of Directors.............................................16 . Letter From 2013 Chairman.......................................17 Economic Development Goals....................................18 Government Affairs Goals...........................................19 Convention & Visitors Bureau Goals...........................20 Membership Services Goals........................................ 21 Volunteer Sign Up. .....................................................22 . 2013 Gold Members...................................................23 Your Chamber Staff....................................................24 Our Mission The San Angelo Chamber of Commerce is a membership association whose purpose is to foster and promote a business and tourism environment which assures the economic growth and well-being of our members and our community. Our Vision To be the leader in business and tourism by working in unity with all segments of the community.2 2012 Annual Report
  • Celebrating our 97th AnniversaryLetter From The Outgoing ChairmanPositive Efforts Paid OffWhen the Chamber’s 97th year began last January we adopted the theme “We CanDo That!” A positive, forward-thinking mindset is critical for an organization like ourscharged with sustaining and growing businesses and promoting community. Ourjourney took us in several new directions; however, we also continued and enhancedthe quality programs and services that we’ve provided in the past.Indeed, we rallied together with great success, achieving new heights, capitalizingon opportunities, and meeting challenges head on. It’s been a great year. Few ofus forecast an 11% increase in retail sales, a 19% growth in hotel occupancy, orthe prospect of 1,900 more people working in Tom Green County than a year ago.Consider these highlights: • Through vision, long hours, hands to the plow, and pens to the checkbook, theChamber enjoyed record-setting results at the West Texas Legislative Summit and theShowdown in San Angelo Drag Boat Races. The Summit attracted a record crowdof legislators and West Texans addressing the all-important issue of water, and theShowdown Drag Boat Race success demonstrated that San Angeloans can still put ona major water sporting event in the midst of a record drought. Life is good here, andwe proved it on national TV. • Support was outstanding for the 2012 Goodfellow Appreciation Day. We fed and Sam Allenentertained a couple of thousand of our brightest military personnel at Goodfellow Air 2012 Chairman of the BoardForce Base. We received top compliments all the way from the Base leadership to thechildren who enjoyed the pony rides and face painting. • Attendance continued to build at our membership luncheons and Business @Happy Hour sessions as you came to learn and to network. • Two of the Chamber’s programs were honored on the State level for theirinnovation and effectiveness: The Goodfellow Express Trolley partnership and the CVB’sSports Assistance Fund program both garnered first place trophies from the TexasChamber of Commerce Executives Association.These highlights are just a start. I hope you’ll take a few moments to review the 2012Annual Report which follows to see what your membership investment helped bringabout. We did indeed accomplish much. In the December newsletter I noted that my year serving as your Chairman broughtblessings “pressed down, shaken together, and running over.” Once again, thanks toevery single member, officer, board member, staff professional, and affiliate who made2012 such a stunning year for the Chamber and for San Angelo. A bright future awaitsus all.Gratefully yours,Sam Allen2012 Chairman of the Board 2012 Annual Report 3
  • San Angelo Chamber of CommerceEconomic Development Trade & Industry Develop- (formerly the Business Incubator), ment, North American Howard College and the Concho Valley Wind Power, and Area De- Workforce Board has been formed to velopment. Ads were also create a “one stop shop” for economic placed in publications as- development in the community. The sociated with trade shows facility is located at 69 N. Chadbourne and conferences. We have in the former Coca-Cola warehouse/ also continued to build office building. Construction contin- relationships with organi- ued through 2012, and the building zations and site selection began to host the first new tenants in representatives that will November, with City Staff moving in benefit the community first followed by the Small Business for the future. Development Center and the Con- cho Valley Center for Entrepreneurial Development. Offices for each of the ONGOING INITIATIVES 2012 partners will allow a more cohesive approach to Economic DevelopmentPerformant, Patriot Automation Control, Business Excellence Staff has taken leadership roles in several for the community.Professional Consulting, Armstrong Backus & Co. LLP and new initiatives to assist in the promo-Sunset Mall (not pictured,) received Economic Development tion of business, job creation, and the Business Retention and Expansionawards for expansion in 2011. increase in the tax base. Several of the Program plans have been implemented, but are The Chamber has worked through Marketing still in the process of being completed. the year to develop a marketing plan for BREP, meeting with committee The economic development program Strategic Plan members and partners to concen- in the City of San Angelo continued Economic development partners trate efforts on local businesses. Staff to build in 2012. The San Angelo began a strategic planning process in has gone to BREP training through Chamber and the City of San Angelo 2011. AngelouEconomics, an Austin- the International Economic Develop- Development Corporation forged based economic development and site ment Council to bring new ideas to closer partnerships through strategic selection consulting firm, was hired to the process. The program will be planning and collaboration throughout develop a strategic plan that will guide the responsibility of the Chamber as the year. Updated marketing materi- San Angelo’s economic development part of the tasks assigned in the San als were created, new trade shows over the next five years. Those efforts Angelo Strategic Plan for Economic were worked, and new programs were continued in 2012 with the Chamber Development, and will include all introduced in 2012. supporting the resulting plan which economic development partners in was approved and adopted by the the community. The Chamber vigorously developed Chamber Board, City of San Angelo relationships and represented San Development Corporation Board and Trade Show Participation/ Angelo in the pursuit of the agreed the San Angelo City Council. Partners Recruitment Trips upon targeted industries for the com- participated in priority planning for Economic Development remains a munity. The Economic Development the implementation of the adopted priority for the State of Texas. In Feb- Division has been in the process of plan with some focus changes includ- ruary, the VP of Marketing & Recruit- enhancing programs, strengthening ing the priority of the Business Reten- ment traveled to California to spend local partnerships, and actively partici- tion and Expansion Program (BREP). a week at the 2012 World Ag Expo in pating in state and regional economic All Economic Development partners Tulare. In April, staff represented the development marketing organizations. have been working on the assigned community and hosted the second Recognizing the cost effectiveness tasks to implement the plan in San annual Lone Star Solar Summit. In of regional economic development Angelo. The Chamber staff has con- June, San Angelo was represented marketing and recruitment efforts, centrated on priority tasks including at WindPower 2012 in Atlanta, GA. staff participated in the Texas Midwest Government Affairs, Tourism, Market- November brought both the Specialty Community Network Alliance, Office ing (to target industries), and Business Equipment Market Association trade of the Governor’s TexasOne Program, Retention and Expansion. show in Las Vegas and a new mem- West Texas Wind Energy Consortium, bership with the International Council and High Ground of Texas. Business Resource Center of Shopping Centers in Dallas. Staff A partnership with the City of San continues to evaluate the attendance Staff has continued advertising efforts Angelo, Small Business Development of all trade shows and look for new op- in 2012 with targeted placements in Center, San Angelo Chamber, Down- portunities within the target industries such magazines as Energy Magazine, town San Angelo, Business Factory identified in the Strategic Plan.4 2012 Annual Report
  • Celebrating our 97th AnniversaryOil/Gas IndustryEconomic development efforts dur-ing the latter part of 2012 have beenfocused on the opportunities withinthe Oil and Gas industry. With newtechnology and discovery of reservesin West Texas, San Angelo is uniquelysituated geographically betweenthe Eagle Ford Shale and the ClineShale. If predictions of the capacityfor oil and gas reserves are correct,West Texas is once again positionedto become one of the largest energyproducers in the world, with excitingpossibilities for our area. Chamber representatives and Cornerstone Investors celebrated the expansionExisting Business and new location of TimeClock Plus.Assistance Business Excellence Professional New employees and phenomenalLOCAL COMPANY RECOGNITION Consulting, or BEPC, is a San Angelo- sales resulted in expanding an ad- based consulting and staffing com- ditional 4,000 square feet.Each year, the Economic Develop- pany that was started in 2005 byment Council surveys local busi- Oscar Casillas. In 2011, the company Our final award, the special eco-nesses and honors some of those established subsidiaries in both nomic impact award, is presented tothat have had outstanding growth Mexico and Costa Rica, created its IT an individual, business, or event thatin sales, physical expansion, and/or staffing division, and sales grew by had a positive impact on our commu-employment. Four companies were 49%. Square footage at The Incuba- nity’s economy. Sunset Mall experi-honored for expansion in 2011. In ad- tor increased 108% in 2011. Nine enced tremendous growth in 2011dition, one special award was given new positions were created in San and contributed immensely to Sanfor an entity that continues to have a Angelo in 2011 as a result of BEPC’s Angelo’s economy. Sales figures forsignificant economic impact on our growth. Sunset Mall increased 11% in 2011.community. With the addition of Marshall’s, Ulta, Patriot Automation and Control Spencer’s Gifts, and the expansionExpansion awards went to Armstrong started as an automation and integra- of Shoe Department, square footageBackus & Company LLP, Business tion company in 2001. The company increased 36%. One hundred andExcellence Professional Consulting is now a comprehensive electrical five new jobs were added to Sunset(BEPC), Patriot Automation & Con- solutions provider. Patriot Automa- Mall in 2011.trol, and Performant. Sunset Mall tion experienced growth in all threewas presented the special economic areas: sales, square footage, and em- SUMMARYimpact award. ployment in 2011. Sales increased by 262%. As a result of the growth in The Economic Development Divi-For more than 50 years, Armstrong sales, the company was able to hire sion of the San Angelo Chamber ofBackus & Company LLP has served nine new employees, and increase Commerce has been instrumental inthe residents of West Texas as a full square footage by 78%. advancing and supporting businessservice public accounting firm. The in San Angelo with a concerted effortpartners and staff have one simple The final expansion award recipi- to lay a foundation to implement angoal – to provide their clients with ent was Performant. With assistance Economic Development Program thatexceptional service. During 2011, from the Chamber’s Economic De- will not only bring new business toArmstrong, Backus & Co. continued velopment Council and Cornerstone the community, but will fully supportto see new and expanded business investments, Performant opened for those businesses who already makeopportunities, which brought about business in March of 2002, and is cel- up the backbone of San Angelo’san increase in revenue of over 17%, ebrating its tenth year in San Angelo. economy.and an increase in employment of Sales increased $4 million in 2011.24% resulting in eight new jobs for Performant hired 76 new employeesour local economy. in 2011, a 30% increase over 2010. 2012 Annual Report 5
  • San Angelo Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Council A major factor in San Angelo’s strong government affairs activity economy in 2012 is the growth and has yielded a higher return on strength of its Federal and State em- investment than those partner- ployers. Long known for the diversity ing with Goodfellow to gain of its private sector employers, San approval of funds for projects Angelo also benefits heavily from large updating infrastructure and en- public sector payrolls, including the larging classroom and service largest employer in the area, Good- space at Goodfellow. The “Goodfellow Express” trolley service arrives at fellow Air Force Base. Therefore, the Goodfellow’s South Gate to take on some of the 500 Chamber places a high priority on the The $10.8 million Consolidated students and workers who use the service each needs of its public sector employers, Learning Center that broke ground in weekend to visit businesses throughout San Angelo. investing a significant amount of staff mid-2011was opened in December time and financial resources into legis- 2012. The 27,965 square foot structure lative affairs. consolidated a new base library, educa- In addition, the Chamber worked tion office, shared classrooms, and throughout 2012 to establish public Cornerstone investment dollars supple- professional enhancement into one transportation for Goodfellow person- ment regular membership dues in center from locations in World War II- nel into San Angelo on Fridays and supporting the Chamber’s local, state, era buildings throughout the base. The Saturdays, now known as the “Goodfel- and federal legislative programs. Since second of two recent pipeline dorms low Express.” Through the support of the program’s inception in 2006, will be occupied the first of 2013, wel- the City of San Angelo, Concho Valley Cornerstone investors have pledged coming its first 200 residents into the Transit District and the Chamber, a just over $597,000, generating enor- 100-room, $13.2 million project. Other pilot program in the summer was mous returns in the areas of economic projects completed that will celebrate followed by a permanent route that development, government affairs and grand opening ribbon cuttings in Janu- averages over 500 riders per weekend. major event tourism. To date, an eco- ary of 2013 include the Military Train- The program was recognized by Texas nomic impact of over $151 million has ing Leader building, the Crossroads Chamber of Commerce Executives as been documented on State and Federal ministry facility, and updates to the the best new program in the Govern- projects advocated by the Chamber’s Cressman Dining Facility. ment Affairs category in 2012. legislative affairs agenda. Still under construction in early 2013 ASU Center for Security Studies is the $11.6 million Joint Intelligence On the Chamber-led trip to Washington FEDERAL ISSUES AND ACTIVITIES Technical Training Facility, 50,000 DC in May, community leaders thanked square feet of much needed SCIF space legislators for the vital support to es- Efforts Continue at Goodfellow AFB (Sensitive Compartmented Information tablish the Center for Security Studies Several construction projects were Facility) which will consolidate class- at Angelo State University, a success- completed or neared completion at rooms for training language analysts ful partnership with Goodfellow AFB Goodfellow Air Force Base as 2012 and other intelligence training. Comple- producing culturally competent civilian came to a close. These projects are key tion of the specialized space is expect- and military students with bachelors initiatives of Goodfellow and the Air ed in late spring/early summer 2013. and masters degrees that help students Education and Training Command that analyze, advise, and lead in a complex, have been supported on the Chamber- The 1st Community Federal Credit Union unpredictable world. A final year of led trips to Washington DC for sev- opened its new 2,600 square foot facility partial funding was granted to ASU. eral years. No area of the Chamber’s at Goodfellow in October of 2012.Attendees at the West Texas Legislative Pre-Summit reception and dinner enjoyed State and national experts on water law and best practices addressed the crowd at the Westa relaxing evening and dining at Christoval Vineyards & Winery. Texas Legislative Summit at the McNease Convention Center. The 2012 topic was “Water Resources—Now and the Future,” and over 300 people attended from throughout West Texas. 6 2012 Annual Report
  • Celebrating our 97th Anniversary Federico Diaz of Texas Pacifico Railroad and Chamber President Phil Neighbors (foreground) work on revisions to the Ports-to-Plains Southern Work Group’s Plan of Action at the Workshop in Durango, Mexico. Also at table are representatives of the Ports of Mazatlan and Topolobampo, Mexico.De-Listing of Dunes Sagebrush Lizard tive Drew Darby in a membershipFor several years, the Chamber strongly presentation that included a franksupported efforts to prevent the Dunes look at issues that will confront theSagebrush Lizard from being listed on Texas Legislature in 2013, includingthe U.S. Fish and Wildlife’s Endangered transportation, water, financing, andSpecies List because of the potential health and human services.impact of regulations from such alisting on the oil and gas industries of Angelo State UniversityWest Texas and Eastern New Mexico. The Chamber supported ASU’s requestFollowing years of research, the of the Texas Legislature to allocateChamber celebrated in June, 2012 with funding for the College of Nursing andmembers of the West Texas Congres- Allied Health to help meet State ofsional Delegation the decision by U.S. Texas mandates in health care delivery,Fish and Wildlife not to list the species particularly in rural and under-servedas endangered in favor of continuing areas. Included in this request werevoluntary conservation measures. both operational dollars and funds needed for a critical deficit in newFederal Transportation Reauthorization classroom space, skilled laboratoryThe Chamber actively supported the space, research space and faculty officeFederal Transportation Bill in 2012, space created by growth in the depart-which was approved in June and signed ments of Nursing and Physical Therapy.into law in July for two and a half years. The plant manager of Bio-Pappel explains the process that uses 100% recycled materials to produce(See transportation funding also under The Chamber actively supports ASU’s corrugated boxes during Ports-to-Plains’ Septemberstate legislative priorities.) efforts to build the new College of Visit to Durango, Mexico. Nursing and Allied Health buildingAssistance to Federal Elected Officials utilizing Tuition Revenue Bonds or anyIn February, the Chamber assisted other feasible combination of financing Living Center specializes in the treat-ASU in hosting U.S. Senator Kay Bailey mechanisms. ment of patients with dual diagnosisHutchison’s visit to the Center for disorders, and the Chamber advocatesSecurity Studies. In July, the Chamber ASU, Howard College, SAISD the goals of Project Janus and the lead-hosted Congressman Mike Conaway’s Because of the difficulty in achieving ership role of the San Angelo campusSan Angelo Business Roundtable to the THECB’s “Closing the Gaps” goals in serving clients with dual diagnosisdiscuss healthcare issues and possible through budget cuts while serving and their families.impacts of the Patient Protection & increasing enrollments, the ChamberAffordable Care Act on local businesses. reiterated its 2010 position asking the Transportation State to minimize any additional de- The Chamber supported several trans- creases in funding for Angelo State Uni- portation initiatives during 2012. TheSTATE ISSUES AND ACTIVITIES versity, Howard College, and the San Chamber maintained its support for Angelo Independent School District. completion of the Texas Trunk SystemWest Texas Legislative Summit to facilitate regional connectivity, andThe ninth year of the West Texas Legis- The Chamber continues its strong sup- full funding of the pavement and bridgelative Summit proved that the regional port of initiatives at ASU and Howard maintenance programs throughout theevent has come of age, as it attracted College through these institutions’ State.a record number of legislators as well designation as HSIs (Hispanic Servingas the highest number of business and Institutions). The Chamber also ap- Regarding the need for additional trans-community representatives ever in at- plauds dialogue underway between the portation funds, the Chamber spon-tendance at the August event. Commissioners of the Texas Education sored a Transportation Funding Forum Agency, the Texas Higher Education with the Texas Good Roads/Transporta-State and national experts on water law Coordinating Board and the Chairman tion Association in August, 2012 to hearand best practices addressed the theme of the Texas Workforce Commission about alternatives for additional trans-“Water Resources—Now and the Fu- evaluating testing standards, the 4 X 4 portation dollars from State or Federalture” in a full day of panels before 300 required curriculum for high school grad- Sources. The Chamber is on record inparticipants at the McNease Conven- uation, and expanded career pathways support of State Representative Drewtion Center. The reception and dinner for Career and Technical Education. Darby’s efforts to identify options foron the eve of the event at Christoval producing additional state transporta-Vineyards drew high praise from par- San Angelo State Supported Living Center tion revenue in the 2013 State Legisla-ticipants and sponsors alike. Attendees The Chamber actively supports efforts tive session.from outside the Concho Valley came though Project Janus made possible byfrom over 40 different communities. a grant through the Department of Ag- Construction will begin in early 2013 ing and Disability Services to enhance creating Super 2 highway status forLegislative Update the well being and care of individuals U.S. Highway 277 from San AngeloAt the October Membership Luncheon, dually diagnosed with intellectual and to Sonora, creating mile-long passingthe Chamber hosted State Senator developmental disabilities and mental lanes every four to five miles along theRobert Duncan and State Representa- illness. The San Angelo State Supported route. This Chamber-supported project is a significant step in improving the 2012 Annual Report 7
  • San Angelo Chamber of CommerceGovernment Affairs Council Ports-to-Plains Transportation Corridor other governmental from the West Coast of Mexico through entities. Mayor Alvin the U.S. and into Canada, and will help New and Interim City mitigate problems caused by increasing Manager Michael traffic along the route. Dane briefed the membership on many City issues, including The Chamber actively supports the the timetable for the funding of railroad improvements west arrival of water from of San Angelo through Fort Stockton to the Hickory Aquifer Presidio to bring the track operated by field, at the August membership Texas Pacifico Railroad up to Class II luncheon. In addition, new City Man- The children are never left out at Goodfellow standards. The Chamber is also solidly ager Daniel Valenzuela spoke to local businesses and the media at the Cham- Appreciation Day, held the third Saturday of May behind a resolution with the IBWC each year (Armed Forces Day). (International Boundary and Water ber’s monthly membership luncheon in December. Commission) to allow the U.S. and dependents in a major show of appre- Mexico to rebuild the railroad bridge at Regarding the Chamber’s goal of work- ciation for GAFB. Throughout the year, Presidio that burned in February 2008. ing collaboratively to assure adequate the Chamber provided the quarterly If discussions continue to progress, a future water supplies, the City of San recognition awards for outstanding resolution is hoped for by July, 2014. Angelo is utilizing a $120 million low- Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine men interest loan from the Texas Water Development Board to finance the and women at Goodfellow, and also Chamber representatives were active in selected and hosted the Special Order the previously mentioned Ports-to-Plains Hickory Aquifer water supply project. The interest rate on the loan is 1.35%, of Merit Award recognizing four active transportation initiatives, which includ- which will save the city almost $90 duty service members and one overall ed meetings of the Southern Workgroup million over the 20 years of financing winner from four who were nominated in San Angelo and in Durango, Mexico, the project. In addition, the 62.5 mile by their commanders for exhibiting and the P-T-P annual conference in transmission pipeline bid was awarded outstanding professional military Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. in October 2011 for $19 million less performance and exemplary civic than the $58 million cost estimated for involvement. Also, the Chamber’s Regarding local transportation projects this phase, with a target completion date of July or August of 2013. A new partnership with Goodfellow on the and planning, the Chamber President Friendship Golf Tournament raised has a seat on the Policy Board of the water treatment facility will be online the following summer. critical funds used for Goodfellow San Angelo Metropolitan Planning families with special needs while their Organization (MPO), the transportation service members are deployed. planning body for San Angelo whose Military Affairs mission includes economic vitality and In addition to the issues highlighted and projects funded under Goodfellow In addition to efforts of the Military safety through transportation Affairs Committee on behalf of Good- connectivity, focusing federal, state and Air Force Base (elsewhere in report), nine Chamber and community rep- fellow, Base Commander Col. Mark local tax dollars on the most beneficial Damiano briefed Chamber members projects for the area. resentatives visited the Pentagon, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency at the February membership luncheon and federal legislative offices in May on base activities and the training of Regional Needs 13,000 intelligence, special instruments The Chamber participated in an infor- advocating for the needs of Goodfellow Air Force Base, and the offices of the and firefighting students per year; the mal network on legislative concerns Chamber facilitated several windshield with West Texas Metro Chambers, as U.S. Chamber of Commerce to inter- face on issues important to business. tours of GAFB for community repre- well as with the Texas Midwest sentatives; and the Chamber helped Community Network in its annual promote Goodfellow’s Community legislative luncheon and annual Through its Military Affairs Commit- tee, the Chamber continued to host Appreciation Day in November. training conference in 2012. important individuals and delegations The Chamber also participates in the visiting Goodfellow Air Force Base and Concho Valley Regional Consortium, San Angelo throughout 2012. The composed of economic development Chamber also partnered with the San and elected officials from 13 Concho Angelo Independent School District in Valley counties in the Workforce Board submitting an entry in the Altus Trophy service area that addresses opportuni- competition, which recognizes the best ties and economic needs in the region, training base/community relationship from housing to transportation, medical in the U.S. Air Force. The outcome of services to employment opportunities. the competition is eagerly awaited at press time. OTHER LOCAL ISSUES The Chamber hosted a very success- The Chamber continued to actively ful Goodfellow Appreciation Day on A large delegation representing the County, City and interface with local government, includ- Armed Forces Day in May, feeding business community visited with Congressman Mike ing the City of San Angelo, Tom Green and entertaining approximately 2,200 Conaway (3rd from right) during the Chamber’s County, the San Angelo ISD and many civilian and military students, staff and annual mission to Washington DC. 8 2012 Annual Report
  • Celebrating our 97th AnniversaryEducationThe San Angelo Chamber’s effortsin education are focused through astrong collaboration under the SanAngelo P-16+ Education Partnership,a State-recognized P-16 Council op-erating as a 501 (c) (3) organizationthrough grants and business support.The Partnership is entering the lastyear of its 2008-2013 Strategic Plan,and achieved all of its major goals in2012.The community-based Partnershipdenotes the coming together ofbusinesses through the Chamber, aswell as the San Angelo IndependentSchool District, Angelo State Universi-ty, Howard College, West Texas Train-ing Center, Workforce Solutions of The P-16+ Education Partnership hosted its second annual College Goal Sunday designed to help students and parents learnthe Concho Valley, Children’s Advoca- about financial aid and admissions processes. In 2012, 104 students from nine area schools attended.cy Center, Education Service Center-Region XV, West Texas Rehabilitation • The popular “Kindergarten • West Texas C.R.E.O. and theCenter, Park University at GAFB, San Readiness: Summer Fun Activity P-16+ Education Partnership workedAngelo Area Foundation, and area Book,” the locally produced, 40-page to educate predominantly Hispanic/partners Grape Creek ISD, Paint Rock reading and match activity book, Bilingual parents about the afford-ISD, Veribest ISD, Wall ISD and Water was disseminated for the fourth ability and accessibility of collegeValley ISD. year through partner organizations and other post-secondary training to 6,000 young children to prepare opportunities.In 2012, the Partnership continued them to enter school ready to learn.significant progress toward goals of The activity was sponsored by the The P-16+ Education Partnershipeducational improvement and seam- Concho Valley Workforce Develop- commends the teachers, students,less transitions through the educa- ment Board, the San Angelo Stan- parents and administrative staff oftional continuum. Accomplishments dard-Times, and thirty other business San Angelo ISD for continued im-included: and community partners. provement in academic performance again in 2012. SAISD performance • Over 4,800 “College Resourc- • “Selecting Quality Child Care: A scores exceeded those of other largees…and Where to Find Them” book- Parent’s Guide” books were provided districts west of I-35 in Texas, withlets printed and distributed promot- to 4,000 expecting parents and 65% of its campuses achieving Ex-ing the accessibility and affordability parents of young children who are in- emplary or Recognized status, and noof college to high school senior and terested in helping their children get Academically Unacceptable schools.junior students and families, as well a good start to education, sponsoredas non-traditional students enrolling by Atmos Energy.in college for the first time, spon-sored by a Verizon Foundation grant. • P-16 Generation TX Kits were diness Book delivered to San Angelo Central and arten Rea Activity Kinderg • The second local “College Goal Lake View High School Career &Sunday” was staged by the Chamber Technology Education-Career Centersand Partnership assisting students/ and Grape Creek High School Coun-families in applying for financial aid seling Center. Generation TX is a Collegefor college and providing three schol- Texas Higher Education Coordinating Scholars Help pre pare you r hips and wherearship drawings, sponsored by the Board project aimed at high school child for Kinderga rten wit h y book. to find the m. fun activitConcho Valley Partnership, Sunset students to view themselves as a thisMall, San Angelo Restaurant Associa- generation of successful college-goingtion and A-B Distributing. students. SAN A P- 16 + NGE LO Educatio n Partner ship Phone 325.9 P O. Box . 44.4109 60851 • • Fax 325. San Ange 949.0975 www.sanan lo, gelop16.or TX 76906 g 2012 Annual Report 9
  • San Angelo Chamber of CommerceCornerstone Investors 2012 Public Partners Bronze ($1,000 ~ $1,999) City of San Angelo Development Corporation AB Distributing Tom Green County Angelo Water Service, Co. (Culligan) Armstrong Backus & Co. LLP City Lumber & Wholesale Diamond ($5,000 ~ $9,999) Eckert & Company, LLP Glazer’s Wholesale Ethicon, Inc. Goodyear Proving Grounds First Financial Bank San Angelo Holiday Cleaners Reece Albert, Inc. Jackson Walker L.L.P. NNNN Paisano Porter Henderson Implement Co. Silver ($2,000 ~ $4,999) Randall Motors Reliant Energy AEP Texas Republic Services (formerly Trashaway) Atmos Energy San Angelo Community Medical Center Automatic Fire Protection San Angelo Security Service Dierschke & Dierschke REALTORS San Angelo Standard-Times Foster Communications Steve & Pollyanna Stephens Mitchell Automotive Group Shannon Medical Center Rio Concho Retirement Community The Bank & Trust San Angelo Association of REALTORS Trimble-Batjer Ins. Assoc. San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo Association Sunset Mall Texas Bank Concho Pearl ($500 ~ $999) American Classifieds Angelo Glass & Mirror Angelo Transportation/Welch Transfer Baptist Retirement Community Bentwood Country Club Calvert Collision Center Chilton, Wilcox & Co. Coldwell Banker Patterson Properties Company Printing Concho Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc. DeCoty Coffee Ener-Tel Services Evans, Eckert & Peterson PC Fuentes Café Downtown Hughes Company Hyde Interactive Lee Pfluger Massey & Balentine P.C./Stroman Title Mayfield Paper Moleo Gas Corporation San Angelo Motor Company Scott GibbsThe new Business Resource Center located at 69 N. Chadbourne opened for business in 2012. SKG EngineeringThe former Coca-Cola Bottling Company now provides office and training space to assistexisting and prospective businesses and includes COSADC staff, the ASU Small Business Steve Eustis Co. RealtorsDevelopment Center, the Business Incubator, and offices for the Chamber’s Economic Surety Title CompanyDevelopment Division, the Concho Valley Workforce Board, and Downtown San Angelo, Inc. SWS Financial Services West Texas Medical Associates Zesch & Pickett Insurance LLP 10 2012 Annual Report
  • Celebrating our 97th AnniversaryConvention & Visitors BureauSan Angelo was pleased to have The Lucas Oil Draga substantial increase in tourism Boat Racing Series innumbers in 2012, ending the year June 2012.with occupancy being up 28%. At theend of the year, occupancy has beenup for 23 consecutive months. SanAngelo continued to be among thetop cities in our comparative marketto experience occupancy increases.Our average daily rate also increasedin 2012, ending the year up 12%.The Convention & Visitors Bureau Angelo. Our new climate controlled The Arts once again played a strongcontinues its marketing partnership facility continually helps us bring role in bringing visitors to Sanwith Angelo State University, Foster more and more of these types of Angelo. Top performances by theCommunications Coliseum and 1st events to town. San Angelo Symphony, exceptionalCommunity Federal Credit Union museum events, and other greatSpur Arena. A joint collaboration Three very high profile events came arts events such as Texas Mesquitebetween the CVB, San Angelo Stock to San Angelo in 2012: NARCO Ter- Festival, National Ceramics Competi-Show & Rodeo and the San Angelo rorism Conference, Texas Taxidermy tion, Sorantin Competition and SanLodging Association will continue Association Annual Conference, and Angelo Wine & Food Festival keephosting the Celebration of Champi- the Regional Catholic Youth Confer- San Angelo a top destination for theons in San Angelo for 2013-2016. ence. The Catholic Youth Conference arts. New to this year’s events wereThis event includes the World’s Great- was the second largest convention the Salmon Sculpture Competitionest Horseman and has been a very we have hosted in San Angelo, and and The Great Reveal.high profile event for San Angelo. meeting organizers commented how2012 marked the 5th year for this well the Convention Center, Conven- In 2012 we continued our focus onwonderful event. Our San Angelo tion & Visitors Bureau, Coliseum, sporting events, highlighting our newRoping Fiesta continues to grow and Fort Concho worked together to Texas Bank Sports Complex. Topand has become one of our largest pull off a flawless event for so many events this year included the returnevents. This event, and many other people. About 1,500 high school stu- of the State Gymnastics Conferenceagriculture oriented events, such dents from across Texas, Oklahoma, (returning after 5 years), West Texasas Elite Breeders Goat Show, World and Arkansas attended this event, All Star Girls Fast Pitch (returningSeries Team Roping, and many other and we hope to host it again in five after 3 years), Midnight Madness, andwestern sporting events continue years. the Wake the Desert Wakeboardingto keep this market strong for San Tournament. Returning for a sec- ond year was the “Doug McCutchen Basketball Tournament.” This event has become a very popular new event for the city along with our an- nual Coaches Clinic. Our Lucas Oil Drag Boat Racing Series was once again a huge success, again being televised nationally several times on different networks. Approximately 10,000 people attended the 2012 race. Planning began on a new event, Lucas Oil National Off-Road Race, which will begin in the Spring of 2014. Hunting continues to be a top focus, and we once again partici- pated in area hunting shows. Mutton Bustin’ is a popular event at Art-Oberfest, each October in Downtown San Angelo. 2012 Annual Report 11
  • San Angelo Chamber of Commerce Catholic Youth Conference students held events at the McNease Convention Center, Foster Communications Coliseum and Fort Concho. 1,500 students attended the 2012 Catholic Youth Conference in San Angelo in November of 2012. CVB Board Chairman Jerry Vandergriff assisted with traffic control for the many buses and students arriving for the conference. The State of Texas Gymnastics Tournament returned to San Angelo in May of 2012. Our joint marketing program, WEST- TEXASTRIP.COM continues to gain the attention of the motorcoach operators, and this year the group continued advertising in the group tour market. This is a group market- ing effort between several West Texas Convention & Visitors Bureaus. San Angelo was also represented at the following trade shows and Travel Guide, Midwest Living, Ladies Visitors came from 446 other Texas sales events in 2012: NASC, TEAMS, Home Journal, Family Circle, Better cities, every state in the US and 33 Austin Sales Blitz, Reunion Network, Homes & Gardens, More, Parents, other countries. Meeting Planner International, TTIA Texas State Travel Guide, Travelhost, Travel Counselors, Texas Forts Muster, Dallas Morning News, Austin Ameri- Where did the most tourists come North American Travel Journalists, can Statesman, Del Rio Hispanic from? (In descending order) American Bus Association and both Newspaper, San Antonio Express the Fort Worth and Houston Vacation News, See Texas First, Drag Boat Top 10 Texas Cities: San Antonio, & Leisure Shows. We also participat- Review, Convention South and Sports Houston, Austin, Midland, Odessa, ed in the TEAM TEXAS Booth at both Destination Magazine. This year, our Lubbock, Abilene, Fort Worth, Del the Albuquerque Balloon Festival and advertising program also included Rio, and Amarillo. the 100th Celebration of the Calgary additional billboard advertising for Stampede, and with Texas Forts Trail both Spring and Holiday, and Cable Top 10 States outside of Texas: at the Texas State Fair. advertising throughout July for our California, New Mexico, Colorado, “Sheep Thrills” Program. Facebook Ohio, Oklahoma, Florida, Wisconsin, Print advertising inquiries totaled advertising and Google Search adver- Illinois, Minnesota and New York. 24,104, up 11% over 2011. Inquiries tising were also continued throughout were from publications we advertised the year. Top 5 International: Germany, in throughout the year, which include Mexico, Canada, China, and United Texas Highways, Texas Monthly, Approximately 10,200 visitors regis- Kingdom. Texas Events Calendar, State of Texas tered in our beautiful Visitor Center.12 2012 Annual Report
  • Celebrating our 97th AnniversaryConvention & Visitors Bureau Results Tourism Activity Activity # of Events # of People Room Nights Total Economic Impact Visitors registered at VC 10,135 20,270 $3,445,900 Motor Coach Tours 8 251 247 $42,670 Major Festivals 14 39,900 2,754 $7,378,000 Convention / Meeting Activity # of Conventions # of Delegates Room Nights Total Economic Impact 48 12,440 4,021 $2,559,330 Sports Activity # of Sports Activities # of People Room Nights Total Economic Impact 29 42,405 4,850 $7,322,100 Total # of Delegates & Visitors/ Total Economic Impact 105,131 @20,748,000 Total Advertising Inquiries 24,104Ken Landon gives a tour of the International Lily Garden to one of our The American Bus Association brought a familiarization tour tomotorcoach tours. San Angelo in January of 2012. 2012 Annual Report 13
  • San Angelo Chamber of CommerceMembership Services In 2012, the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce, as it has for the past 97 years, acted as a leader and catalyst for a strong local economy for business. An excited crowd awaits the cash drawing and the Approximately 100 exhibitors representing diverse end of the silent auction at October’s Business Expo. As stated by our 2012 Chairman of the businesses and non-profits marketed to over 2,000 Board Sam Allen, “A positive, forward- attendees at the 21st annual Business Expo. thinking mindset is a critical element for an organization such as ours—charged and to provide diverse networking oppor- are serving in volunteer positions in the with sustaining and growing businesses tunities for fellow Chamber members. Alumni Association and on boards, com- and promoting community. A can do mittees and councils throughout the com- attitude is important as we use new strat- Approximately 500 Chamber members munity. Members of the Board of Directors egies to reach greater levels of excellence enjoyed “Acoustix” who provided the of the Leadership Alumni Association in our existing programs and activities.” special entertainment at the Annual serve as Curriculum Chairs and Moderators Through the We Can Do That! theme, Banquet and helped to recognize out- of the monthly sessions and provide two the Chamber’s programs and events standing volunteers and San Angelo’s half-scholarships each year for participants. flourished. This success is a reflection of Citizen of the Year. Retiring members of The flagship program of the Alumni the value businesses place on having a the Board of Directors were also recog- Association is the Junior Leadership Forum, strong and effective chamber of com- nized at the Banquet, along with several which provides a full day of leadership merce. There were 135 new members individuals who helped enable outstand- training for area high school sophomores. recruited in 2012, and an additional ing projects in our community. Each year the Association awards four $50,000 was invested by Chamber mem- $500 college scholarships to deserving bers in non-dues revenue for enhanced The 21st annual Business Expo was once San Angelo seniors. projects and services for the Chamber. again a huge success. One-hundred exhibitors participated, and most joined Members of the Chamber’s Concho Average attendance at the monthly the fun by decorating their booths to fit Cadre provide volunteer support to many Membership Luncheons was the Showtime in San Angelo theme. At- Chamber activities throughout the year. approximately 185 people who came tendance at the Expo was good through- The Cadre’s 42 active members provided to hear a variety of programs, includ- out the day. Thanks to our generous assistance with 63 ribbon cuttings and ing updates from State Senator Robert Chamber members, our Silent Auction grand openings for new Chamber mem- Duncan and State Representative Drew was a success with over 125 donated bers. Cadre members earned 581 cadre Darby, Goodfellow Air Force Base, Wind items that netted over $9,500 for Cham- points while serving as volunteers and Energy from Texas Tech University Sys- ber programs. hosts at all Chamber sponsored events, tem, Economic and Tourism trends, and and assisted staff with conventions and the Workforce Commission, as well as to Thanks to the great partnership we have meetings. help recognize recipients at the annual with the Concho Valley Center for Entre- economic development, tourism and preneurial Development and ASU Small As our organization continues to grow diversity awards luncheons. Business Development Center, we were and we offer more and more service able to host and offer 10 free Business options, we are utilizing multiple avenues Brown Bag seminars to our members on of communication to keep our members topics ranging from marketing to regula- informed. These include daily postings tory and management issues. on Facebook, a weekly Member update via email and fax, a weekly newspaper column and radio spot, and our monthly newsletter. Our new SanAngeloCham- ber2Go smart phone app was launched in 2012 and is being utilized by a good percentage of our membership. The Laura Bush Institute hosted a fun Business @ Happy Hour and enjoyed informing members of their services to the community. Business @ Happy Hour is held on the The 30th class of Leadership San Angelo bonded quickly as they started the first month with teambuilding fourth Tuesday of each month and draws exercises. 75 to 100 members who enjoy this free- Leadership San Angelo graduated its The San Angelo Chamber of Commerce is a 4-Star style networking event. Eleven different Accredited Chamber. Only 3% of Chambers nation- Chamber members hosted Business @ 29th class, bringing the total number of wide achieve accreditation status, putting our Chamber Happy Hour events at various venues in graduates to 788. The Leadership pro- in an elite category of organizations that adhere to strict San Angelo to showcase their business gram continues to attract a large number standards and performance guidelines and provide of participants, and program graduates outstanding programs and services to its members.14 2012 Annual Report
  • 2013Plan of Action Takin’ Care of Business!Celebrating our 97th Anniversary
  • San Angelo Chamber of Commerce Term Ends December 31, 2013 2013 Board of Directors Sam Allen Edward Carrasco Carrie Maier Rick Mantooth Jackson Walker First Financial Bank San Angelo Ener-Tel Services Foster Communications Robert Ramirez Blaine Smith Del Velasquez Rio Concho West Term Ends December 31, 2014 Jeff DeLoach Justin Jonas Greg Simons San Angelo Standard-Times San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo Wildlife Systems, Inc. Binnie Dierschke Chairman of the Board Dierschke & Dierschke REALTORS Mark Thieman SWS Financial Services Term Ends December 31, 2015 Jamie Akin Blake Burchard John Fuentes Debbie Mackey Angelo State University AEP Texas Fuentes Cafe Downtown Performant Chuck Shore Brian Thomma First Financial Bank San Angelo A-B Distributing16 2013 Plan of Action
  • Celebrating our 97th AnniversaryLetter From The Chairman Takin’ Care of Business! When I consider the San Angelo Chamber’s mission, and what follows on the continuing pages of the Chamber’s 2013 Plan of Action, I believe the phrase “Takin’ Care of Business” describes us well. The Chamber’s formal mission statement says that our purpose is to “…foster and promote a business and tourism environment which assures the economic growth and well-being of our members and our community.” Translation? Takin’ Care of Business! Our Vision Statement gives insight into how the Chamber goes about its mission: “To be the leader in business and tourism by working in unity with all segments of the community.” Here are a few ways your Chamber plans to take care of you and your business in 2013: • A more comprehensive and aggressive BREP (Business Retention and Expansion Program) that will help you capitalize on opportunities and overcome challenges. Call us at the Chamber to arrange a BREP visit. • Proactive steps to help existing businesses take advantage of the energy boom underway, and to mitigate problems and manage outcomes for the changes that are already taking place. • Educational opportunities to help you deal with changing environments regarding healthcare, regulations at every level, human resource issues, and other topics. Mark Thieman • Intensified focus on our largest public employers dealing with budget cuts 2013 Chairman of the Board and manpower shortages, including Goodfellow AFB, Angelo State University, and many others. And to personalize this for you, following are a few of my suggestions as to how you might engage as a part of this process: • Use community service providers where possible, and purchase all supplies you can locally. Just a small increase in the percentage of dollars circulating regionally makes a major difference. • Mention that you are a San Angelo Chamber member to people with whom you do business, both from the local area and outside the area. Encourage those who are not part of the Chamber to join our efforts. • Attend a committee meeting. Sponsor a special event. Bring a member or prospective member to a networking activity. Learn a new skill at a Business Brown Bag lunch and share it with others. Schedule an appointment with a Chamber staff member to ask questions or volunteer your time. However you choose, whatever your interests or time constraints…engage! And so we’re off…focused in many directions, but all with a purpose to sustain and grow your business, and all the while making the San Angelo area not only more dynamic and prosperous, but also more inviting as a quality place to live, work, and play. I hope you’ll review the goals and projects on the following pages, and let us know how we can serve you, and how we can best enlist you to serve others. Mark Thieman 2013 Chairman of the Board 2013 Plan of Action 17
  • San Angelo Chamber of CommerceEconomic Development Division The mission of the Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Division is to provide quality marketing and recruitment services for the community, support local business retention and expansion, and serve as a key player in coordination efforts of the supporting allies in the Business Resource Center. Those partners include the City of San Angelo Development Corporation, the San Angelo City Council, Tom Green County Commissioners Court, the Cornerstone Investors of the Chamber, the Angelo State University Small Business Development Center, the Concho Valley Center for Entrepreneurial Development, and Workforce Solutions of the Concho Valley. Plans for 2013 include: • Actively promote San Angelo through regional economic development efforts including High Ground of Texas, Texas Midwest Community Network, West Texas Wind Energy Consortium, West Texas Coalition for Innovation and Commercialization, Regional Consortium for Economic Development, and similar organizations • Increase communication and collaboration with City Council, COSADC, City staff, Tom Green County, and Chamber membership, emphasizing return on investment • Market San Angelo through regional and national trade shows • Per recommendations in the 2012 Strategic Plan for Economic Development, schedule regular calls on local businesses through an enhanced Business Retention and Expansion program • Participate in a TexasOne marketing trip with the Governor’s office • Make one or more site consultant visits as needed • Closely monitor trends and changes in fossil fuel and alternative energy, and identify opportunities for our members and community • Based on the Strategic Plan for economic development, structure a new marketing program based upon industry clusters identified and agreed upon by COSADC and the City • Target “home office” visits as appropriate • Continue to support Hirschfeld Energy Systems and its suppliers • Develop a plan to expand the music industry in San Angelo • Continue efforts to help establish the Business Resource Center and the transition to offering unified economic development services from the BRC • Collaborate with other entities working toward a full-service hotel During the latter half of 2012, the Chamber’s Economic Development Division worked to support the increased activity in the oil and gas industry. Devon Energy was welcomed to the community during a ribbon cutting ceremony in October.18 2013 Plan of Action
  • Celebrating our 97th AnniversaryGovernment AffairsState Issues government agencies• Make two or more trips to Austin • Coordinate and provide during 83rd Legislative Session to updates at luncheons from further the Chamber/Community local entities on issues agenda impacting the business• Work to retain and grow our state community offices and major state employers, • Produce the 10th annual such as Angelo State University, West Texas Legislative San Angelo State Supported Living Summit and the pre-summit Retiring Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison spent valuable time Center and others reception and dinner event and discussing issues with the San Angelo delegation during the work with Congressman Conaway Chamber’s visit in May.• Support City efforts to complete the Hickory Aquifer water project, on a Federal focus in 2013 pipeline and treatment facility, and • Use our legislative fax/email alert • Continue sponsorship of the to locate additional sources network to enable members to quarterly awards recognition event• Seek opportunities to gain voice support or opposition to • Sponsor the popular annual appointments for San Angelo pending legislation, utilizing the Goodfellow Appreciation Day event individuals on state boards and U.S. Chamber’s Grassroots Action May 18 to honor and support the commissions Information Network and Texas entire Goodfellow community• Advocate for elements of ASU’s Association of Business fax and • Continue support of the annual Centennial Plan and the strategic email alerts Goodfellow Friendship Golf alliance with Texas Tech to help • Monitor City, County, and Tournament boost enrollment to 10,000 by education issues and keep 2020 membership informed about Transportation• Support ASU’s legislative priorities potential impacts to business, • Work with the Texas Pacifico of a new nursing school building conveying any business Railway to support increasing rail for Angelo State through tuition opportunities and concerns to our activity in the region revenue bonds local elected officials • Advocate for progress on the Ports-• Partner with ASU to facilitate the to-Plains highway route completing growth of the Center for Security Military Affairs the north-south trade corridor Studies • Partner with Goodfellow Air Force through San Angelo and along the Base to capitalize on opportunities entire corridor from Mexico toFederal Issues during federal belt-tightening in Canada• Organize the annual trip to 2013 • Serve on the Metropolitan Planning Washington DC to meet with our • Convene the appropriate Organization Advisory Board to legislative delegation and agency organizations to investigate advocate for street and highway representatives to coordinate transportation options from improvements, seek federal and efforts to address needs and secure Goodfellow AFB to select state funds, and keep the business funding for Goodfellow Air Force destinations in San Angelo community informed on road Base • Celebrate the grand opening in developments• Work to defend and grow San early 2013 of the second new • Support efforts to create an inland Angelo’s Department of Homeland dorm, Consolidated Learning port for goods shipped in all Security operations at Mathis Field Center, Crossroads, Marine Corps directions• Update the Chamber’s legislative Administration Building, and the • Work toward completion of Loop agenda as issues arise and change expansion of Cressman Dining 306 relief routes and Howard• Develop working relationship with Facility at Goodfellow Air Force College/WTTC access and safety new U.S. Senator from Texas and Base. Later in 2013, celebrate the issues his key staff members opening of the new learning space • Partner with the City in soliciting known as the Joint Intelligence additional airline service/carriersLocal and Regional Technical Training Facility • Join forces with our state legislative• Maintain the “regional focus” • Hear reports from San Angelo’s delegation and like-minded reaching out to our area trade representatives on the Air organizations to address declining partners for joint benefits in Education and Training Command state revenues for highway and marketing, economic development, (AETC) Commander’s Group, and other transportation needs lobbying, etc. the Air Force Chief at Staff Civic • Support the U.S. Chamber “Let’s• Continue to promote San Angelo’s Leaders Group, and take action as Rebuild America” initiative address image on the local and state levels appropriate long-term infrastructure needs and• Actively assist members as an • Administer the activities of identifying solutions to the steadily ombudsman for business in the Goodfellow Coordinating declining revenue to the Highway relating business needs to local Committee Trust Fund 2013 Plan of Action 19
  • San Angelo Chamber of CommerceConvention & Visitors Bureau Art for all effectiveness of the operation the Senses, • Train and monitor the volunteer Celebration of corps, operations, recruitment and Champions, scheduling to ensure first-class Drag Boat visitor service Races, Roping • Further develop our retail Fiesta, component at the San Angelo Christmas Visitor Center selling unique at Old Fort San Angelo items for additional Concho, marketing income and Concho Christmas Marketing and Advertising Celebration • Incorporate news sports brochure • Market ASU information into the Sports Central to assist portion of website. Work with in student Concho Valley Photography Club recruitment for assistance with professional efforts and photography for advertising and in raising website the overall • Work with the City of San Angelo, recognition and wayfinding consultant to find of ASU and San Angelo among funding for the 5 year wayfinding prospective students and faculty project. Research historic monthly • Work with both Goodfellow and performance and trends to ASU to increase San Angelo’s develop hotel occupancy goals and • Maintain relations with group global visibility, capitalizing on our performance on an annual basis business planners as room pricing increased international visitation • Research additional sources that in San Angelo escalates and • Continue the positive momentum could provide marketing dollars, availability is limited created by the award-winning such as sponsorships and co-op • Continue marketing to attract marketing campaign with an opportunities with Texas Forts Trail, meetings, conventions, and aggressive media placement Team Texas, Texas Tourism, and sporting events for future years schedule, investigating new options West Texas Marketing Group and work with hotels to find “soft in Social Media • Recognize community industries spots” when we are able to book • Accelerate the dissemination of and groups that annually bring their group business press releases and investigate meetings to San Angelo • Work closely with the City to avoid special press opportunities outside duplication in marketing and of San Angelo in our major markets advertising endeavors • Continue to survey meeting Sports Task Force • Continue participation in select planners after their San Angelo • Maintain and further develop the sporting shows as permitted, to events and send a “thank you” gift “Sports Central” website include TEAMS and NASC. Promote in appreciation • Find additional bid possibilities the 7th annual Showdown in San • Enhance “hospitality/welcome” such as the National Wakeboarding Angelo Drag Boat Races which will gestures for groups coming to San Tournament, Little League again be televised in 2013 Angelo such as welcome banners, Tournaments, Blind Baseball, and • Recognize and promote new welcome posters, marquee 6-Man State Football Championship opportunities for tourism in welcomes to bring additional sporting events downtown San Angelo, including • Participate in Team Texas booth to San Angelo arts, entertainment and history. sponsorship for the 2013 National • Continue the support of the half- Start preliminary marketing of the Tour Association cent sales tax to improve and new San Angelo Performing Arts develop sports facilities Center which is scheduled to be Visitor Center Operations • Further develop the Hunting Forum completed in February of 2014 • Expand our Tourist VIP Tracking and the Hunters Guide on our • Explore opportunities for new program to better evaluate where website. Investigate into additional activities in downtown, including our visitors and groups are coming wildlife and hunting industry events the future San Angelo Performing from and the return on investment that we may be able to host Arts Center, and possible for our advertising. Continue • Continue Hunting Shows and utilize development of western facades surveying Visitor Center tourists the hunting forum as manpower and re-enactments and compile reports every quarter to work the shows. Promote and • Implement efforts to increase • Monitor operations closely and create an awareness of the home visitor attendance at our highest continue to analyze the costs and of the Texas State Bank Sports profile events to include Rodeo, Complex on Rio Concho Drive 20 2013 Plan of Action
  • Celebrating our 97th AnniversaryMembership Services• Continue to Market the Chamber • Develop PSAs and media grand opening services for and create interest by utilizing packets to promote the mission, Chamber members social media opportunities with objectives and recent successes of • Assist Chamber staff with all Website, Facebook, Twitter, the the Chamber of Commerce activities such as luncheons, smart phone app, and other • Produce the 9th issue of the San Business @ Happy Hour, Business social media Angelo Magazine to be used to Expo, etc.• Support commercial development communicate the uniqueness and along the Concho River and quality of San Angelo in the State Diversity Committee throughout the downtown area and the Nation • Organize the 15th annual• Work toward the goal in the • Produce the 7th annual Diversity Awards Luncheon Strategic Plan for Economic Showdown in San Angelo drag • Select recipients to be honored at Development to attract a new full boat races, and continue merging annual luncheon service hotel the efforts of the Showdown • Act as information liaison• Organize two or more Member Committee and Staff between minority-owned Orientations during the year to businesses and Chamber officials acquaint new members with the P-16+ Education Partnership to relay information on areas benefits available through their • Lead out in support of the P-16+ where the Chamber may be of membership Education Partnership with assistance• Utilize monthly Chamber emphasis on strengthening its • Consider scheduling one or more functions, such as the luncheons, programs and funding diversity training programs in to continually emphasize member • Focus the San Angelo Area P-16+ 2013 services Education Partnership on core• Promote the third opportunity for projects and services to enhance Leadership San Angelo group travel to the membership educational achievements • Provide leadership training and and community • Advocate for key funding needs community orientation for 30• Survey membership electronically for Angelo State University, participants during ten one-day with an annual survey and Howard College, SAISD and all sessions in 2013 periodically on specific issues education entities served by the • Facilitate the Curriculum• Continue the Chamber’s role with P-16 Partnership Committee composed of past young professionals and business • Expand communication between graduates of the Leadership people by implementing the business and education to program to analyze past sessions recommendations of a board- identify/address college and and organize new sessions for the created task force career readiness in the San next class• Schedule nine membership Angelo area • Act as liaison with the Leadership luncheons in 2013 • Support San Angelo Area San Angelo Alumni Association• Schedule at least nine to ten Foundation’s efforts to create the and assist with communications Business @ Happy Hour “San Angelo Promise” and volunteer placement of networking events in 2013 • Recruit and promote more Leadership graduates• Organize the Annual Banquet private sector participation in the • Produce and distribute the in early 2013 and utilize local partnership quarterly Alumni Newsletter Over 2,000 active entertainment duty personnel,• Organize the 8th annual Business Advising Program civilian workers and Goodfellow Appreciation Day • Through partnership with the family members were event on Armed Forces Day, Small Business Development fed and entertained at May 18 Center, offer confidential, the Chamber’s• Establish a task force or customized business advising Goodfellow Appreciation event committee to evaluate the appointments regularly at the in May. need for innovations and Chamber office for existing improvements in the 2013 businesses and start-ups to assist Business Expo employers with business planning• Work with the Small Business needs Development Center and other training organizations to co- Concho Cadre sponsor business brown bag • Provide VIP Host Group Services luncheons, business advising for convention groups and major sessions and other training events opportunities • Assist in ribbon cuttings and 2013 Plan of Action 21
  • San Angelo Chamber of CommerceIt’s Easy To Be Involved Government Affairs ___ Government Affairs Council - Members of the Council work on programs to represent members’ best interests at all levels of government. Council members will participate in the development of a state and national issues Chamber of Commerce Programs agenda, keep members aware of pending ___ Concho Cadre - Members provide VIP legislation that affects our area, and work greeting services and ribbon cutting to maintain communications between the ceremonies for new businesses, as well as Chamber and our elected officials. This group assist in major tourism and meeting events, organizes the West Texas Legislative Summit. convention servicing and Chamber activities. ___ Military Affairs Committee - Members serve ___ Diversity Committee - Members of this Task as liaisons between the Chamber and San Force will help organize an annual Diversity Angelo’s military community. This Committee Awards Luncheon, organize special training works closely with the Goodfellow Coordinating opportunities, and help to increase minority Committee to assist with goals important to participation in Chamber committees and Goodfellow. They also plan and implement the boards. annual Goodfellow Appreciation Day event in May as well as the Friendship Golf Tournament. ___ San Angelo Area P-16+ Education Partnership - This group will continue to focus ___ Transportation Committee - The overall goal on the Chamber’s goal of San Angelo having of the Transportation Committee is to maintain “the best educational system on the planet.” and/or improve transportation access to San Members will work to encourage business Angelo. The scope of this endeavor includes partnerships, curriculum improvements, streets, highways, railroad and airline services. student retention, and increased academic performance through the 2008-2013 Economic Development Strategic Plan. ___ Economic Development Council - This is the planning and oversight board for the Economic ____Young Professionals Task Force Development Division. Interested individuals This task force will work to establish interest are invited to contact staff. in a partmership with the existing YP group in San Angelo. The task force will hold joint Convention & Visitors Bureau discussions and meetings with the Chamber ___ Convention & Visitors Bureau Advisory Board Board, membership representatives, and the This is the planning and oversight board for existing YP group to determine goals and the Convention & Visitors Bureau. Interested assistance that the Chamber may be able to individuals are invited to contact staff. provide. ___ Hunting Task Force - Members work to ____Business Expo Task Force encourage community support of hunting Task Force members will establish goals, plan and to create a public awareness of hunting and implement the annual business trade as a major economic aspect of tourism in San show and silent auction. This event takes Angelo and the surrounding area. place the first Tuesday in October. I want to volunteer! Please add my name to the committee(s) checked above: Name Company Business Address Phone # Fax # Email: Zip Please photocopy this form and return to the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce, 418 W. Avenue B, San Angelo, Texas 76903, Fax: 325-658-1110 22 2013 Plan of Action
  • Celebrating our 97th AnniversaryGold MembersAC Hunting Ranches Fort Chadbourne Foundation Sierra Vista Construction, Inc.Advanced Custom Windows, Inc. Freudiger RV Service L.L.C. Spherion StaffingAEP Texas Goodyear Proving Grounds State Farm Insurance - Rick WilsonAirgas Southwest Housley Communications, Inc. State Farm Insurance & FinancialAlvie L. Cole Land and Mineral Co. HR& R Risk Management Group, LLC ServicesAndrew A. Sugg. Jr. J. C. Penney, Inc. Hugh Lamar Stone, IIIAngelo Home Team Real Estate Jackson Walker L.L.P . Stone-Settle AdvertisingAngelo iPhone Repair Jim Slaughter, REALTORS Sunset Chiropractic ClinicAngelo Tattoo Removal & Laser Clinic Kent/Avis Lube Terri Lynn Holland ConsultingAT&T KIDY/TV Texas Color PrintingAtmos Energy Kitts Photography Thomas Realty - San Angelo RealAutomatic Fire Protection, Inc. Kool Smiles EstateBee Hive Homes of San Angelo Marble Slab Creamery Tinkers BoutiqueBella & Olivia Interiors McCarley Plumbing Co., Inc. Twin Mountain Dentistry, PABentwood Country Club & Estates McCutchen Insurance - Farmers Two if by TravelBioceutica LLC Mediajaw Univision 31, KEUS-TVBlu Star Builders Music Garden Mansion UP Group Real EstateBusiness Excellence Prof. Consulting Myrtlewood Estates Vino DipinteButts Recycling, Inc. Names and Numbers VisiComCaliente Designs Odyssey Hospice Walls & WindowsCelebraciones Bellas Parsons Heating, Air Conditioning and Wendland Manufacturing Co.Christoval Vineyards Appliance Service West Central Wireless/West Central Classic Window Solutions Performant, Inc. NetCoco’s Cakes Pinkies Liquor Stores West Texas Foundation RepairColdwell Banker Patterson Properties Power Systems Computers West Texas Rehabilitation CenterConcho Valley Home Health Care Rafter J Merchant ServiceConcho Valley Radiator Service, Inc. Reliant EnergyConexion Hispana ReMax AdvantageConsuro Managed Technology Sam’s ClubCoppertop Lighthouse B & B San Angelo Area FoundationCritical Health Connection, Inc. San Angelo Area-Wide Phone BookDecker Custom Homes, Inc. San Angelo Association of REALTORSDierschke & Dierschke REALTORS San Angelo Christian AcademyDigital Impact Outdoor San Angelo Colts Baseball ClubDinah’s Resale Boutique LLC San Angelo Health FoundationDouble Diamond Bar S Ranch & San Angelo Homes REALTORS Riding School San Angelo LiveHeidi Douma - State Farm Ins. San Angelo Massage CenterSenator Robert L. Duncan San Angelo Police DepartmentD’Vine Wine - Your Personal Winery & San Angelo Standard-Times Gift Shop Scott & White Health PlanSteve Eustis Co., Commercial & Scott Allison Real Estate Development Properties Set2Sell Sales & Marketing1st Community Federal Credit Union Seth C. Becker Insurance Agency, Inc.Floors Unlimited Shirley Floral Co. 2013 Plan of Action 23
  • San Angelo Chamber of Commerce Staff(Left to right) Peggy Arnold, Membership Coordinator; Pamela Miller, Vice President of Convention & Visitors Bureau;Beverly Hanks, Financial Administrator; Brigett Mikulik, Events Coordinator; Kimberly Torres, CVB Sales Manager;Jenni Hutcheson, CVB Director of Sales & Servicing; Phil Neighbors, President; John Dugan, Vice President of Marketing& Recruitment; Sandra Pomroy, Vice President of Operations, Teri Turner, Receptionist; Hope Barron, EconomicDevelopment Specialist; Lucie Hofheins, Visitor Center Coordinator. (Not Pictured: Kathy Keaton, Membership Director) San Angelo Chamber of Commerce 418 W. Avenue B, San Angelo, TX 76903 Call: (325) 655-4136 • Fax: (325) 658-1110 Visit: SanAngelo.org
  • SAN ANGELO CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU 2012 4th Quarter Report October - December1. Convention Activities………………………………… 1 - 72. Visitor Statistics………………………………………. 8 - 103. Marketing and Promotions………………………….. 11 - 144. Financials………………………………………………. 15 - 18
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  • Sen**rGE,Lo * Downhome - Goodtimes Uptown CONVET..{TION EMALUATIONASSOCIATION nddiitff "t0lcfiihiilit,Yd tfl,ebrifelmceNAME Tonka LaneADDRESS 2633 GerolDrive Galveston, Texas 77551EMAIL ADDRESS cmomeal@aol.comCONVENTION DATES November 16 - 18,2012TOTAL DELEGATES 1400 plus 50 leadership teamlspeakers/volunteersNUMBER OF ROOM NIGHTS USED 9s8RATE YOUR CONVENTION r234s678910 Would you recommend San Angelo as a convention center site to others? YOS N What year will San Angelo be considered for your convention sites for future years? NA Return completed form to : Jsnni Hutcheson San Angelo CVB 418 West Avenue B San Angelo, Texf,s, 76903 6
  • Sar*m$Er,o * Downhorne Uptown Goodtimes - CO I{TE,I{TI O N trVALI]ATI O iASSOCIATION Texas Wi ldlife AssociationNAME David BrimagerADDRESS 2800 NE Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78218NMAIL ADDRESS dbri maccr(()tcxas-lv i ld Ii fc.orsCONVENTION DATES Jan 15-16,2013TOTAL DELEGATES 75NUMBER OF ROOM NIGHTS L]SED 50+RATE YOUR CONVENTION t2345678910 ExcellentCVB SerrricesResistrar PersonnelAdvance PlanninMeeting Facility: Convention Centerllotel Name: ClarionAngelo State UniversitSan Anselo Convention CenterFairsrounds- SourFairgrounds- ColiseumWest Texas Training CenterCleanlinessStaff CourtesAudio Visr"ral EquipmentAudio Visual ServiceCaterer: Kennv Blanek Would you recommend San Angelo as a convention center site to others? Y N What year will San Angelo be considered for your convention sites for future years? Not known at this tirne. Return completed.form to : ,Ienni Hutcheson San Angelo CVB 418 West Avenue B San Angelo, Texaso 76903 12 7
  • 20LZ End of Year-Tourist -Visitor Center SurveysWhere were they from?48% A$. of State47% From another Texas City5% lnternationalWhy were they here?43 o/o Vacationt5% Weekend Getaway9% Business7% Visiting Friends or Family4% Attending a festival or event4% Convention4% Rodeo3% ASU3% Goodfellow2% Possible Relocation2% Lily Fest2% Ceramics FestL% Surgery1% Snake Extinction EventHow did you hear about us?25% Advertising(Bulletin Board, 3%,T1Events Calendar s%,F(State Guide sya,Tx Highways 4%, Ad unspecified 8%)t6a/o Received a brochureL5% lnternett3% Another visitor center5% Friend or FamilY Referral I 8
  • Total Room Nights CitedCamping 544 NightsHotel 287 NightsFamily/Friends 299 NightsApartment 70 NightsGoodfellow 18 NightsTop Cities (descending order) Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Lubbock, OdessaTop out of State oK, cA, oH, NM, COTop lnternational Canada, followed by a 3 way tie-France, ltaly, and Austria I 9
  • Christmas on the Concho Surveys5,525 Total Surveys - 1090 Out of Town 20%26 Other States and 208 Other Texas CitiesChristmas at Old Fort Concho (Based on sign in book)31% came from outside Tom Green County. Based on estimated total attendance of 17,500: 5,460 fromoutside of Tom Green County 10
  • Texas Events Calendar December 2012/ January 11
  • Texas Monthly - December 2012 12
  • Texas Highways - November / December Texas Monthly & Texas Highways October, 2012 13
  • VERY IMPORTANTTO ORDER, REFERENCE THIS lD#: 478605001b W OTHIS DESIGN WAS CREATED BY LAMARADVERTISING AND CANNOT BE USED FORANY OTHERADVERTISING PURPOSES WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION. Product Size: 1 0-5 x 22-8 PosterFlex Retro Vinyl Plant: San Angelo, TX. Artist: Matt Dawson CAP Facility: Baton Rouge, LA Friday, November 02 2012 14
  • Convention & Visitors Bureau BALANCE SHEET As of December 31 ,2012 and December 31,2011 Assets Current Year Prior YearCurrent Assets Primevest M/Mkt - 3 month working capital $ 353,699.26 $ 1 53,676.14 Community Events Checking- Texas Bank 30,824 67 43,303.96 Wayfinding Checks - First Financial Bank 4,496.76 4,496.76 Sports Fund Checking 30,880.09 13,054.36 Cash in Bank - First Financial Bank 345,539.84 214.369.97 Total Current Assets 765,440.62 428,901.19Fixed Assets Property & Equipment 89,561.01 89,561.01 Accumulated Depreciation (86,1 32.33) (82,775.01) Total Fixed Assets 3,428.68 6,786.00 Total Assets _$_______ff!,gg9l9_ _$____45,q92J_9_ Liabilities and Fund BalanceCurrent Liabilities Write Off Old Checks $ 246.33 $ o.oo Payroll Tax Payable (ss1.35) (ee1.35) Unemployment - SUTA Tax PaYable 0.69 442.67 Sales Tax Payable 460.92 1,405.82 Total Current Liabilities (283.411 857.14Fund Balance Fund Balance - CVB 371,334.59 254j33.45 Fund Balance/Community Events (not occupan 43,303.96 51,522.44 Sports Promotion Fund Balance 13,054.36 35,000.00 Fund Balance/ Wayfinding Project (not occupa 4,496.76 55,000.39 Fund Balance - CVB Bid lncentive Project 0.00 40,000.00 Earnings Year to Date (Loss) 336,963.04 (826.23) Total Fund Balance 769,152.7l 434,830.05 Total Liabilities and Fu nd Balance l_____109i9e.39- $___-__435$ZJ_9_ 15
  • CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU INCOME, EXPENSE AND PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENTFOR THE ONE MONTH AND THE TWELVE MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31,2012 MONTH TO DATE YEAR TO DATE INGOME: HOTEL/MOTEL TAX RECEIPTS $ 107,573.90 $ 1,079,574.86 INTEREST INCOME 34.96 334.32 VISITORS CENTER SALES 288.75 7.07s.73 TOTAL INCOME 107,897.61 1,086,988.91 OPERATING EXPENSES: SALARIES & BENEFITS 21,946.84 254,247.65 OVERHEAD 6,079.71 72,334.19 ADMIN EXPENSE 3,968.1 5 38,601.28 JJJ. UJ 2,933.33 AUDIT TOTAL EXPENSES -- 32,32853 368,1 1 6.45 MARKETING EXPENSES: 77,374.70 387.231.33 MARKETING EXPENSES TOTAL PROGRAM EXPENSES 77.374.70 387.231,33 109.702.73 755,347.78 TOTAL EXPENSES (1,805.12) 331,641.13 OPERATING INCOME(LOSS) DESIGNATED FUND EXPENSES Sports Fund ExPense 6,000.00 20,187.00 Community Events ExPense 10.000.00 12.500.00 16,000.00 32,687.00 TOTAL DESIGNATED FUND EXPENSES DESIGNATED FUNDS INCOME Sports Fund Donations 18,000.00 38,008.91 Wayfinding Donations 0.00 0.00 18,000.00 38,008.91 TOTAL DESIGNATED FUND INCOME NET PROFIT/(LOSS) 194.88 $ 336,963.04 16
  • Convention & Visitors Bureau OPERATING INCOME STATEMENT FOR THE ONE MONTH AND THE TWELVE MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31,2012 MONTH YEAR YEAR ANNUAL YEARTO DATE ACTUAL TO DATE TO DATE BUDGET PERCENT December 2012 2011 2012 2012INCOME: Hotel/Motel Tax Receipts $ 107,573.90 $1,079,574.86 $ 778,102.63 $ 765,000.00 141 .12 lnterest lncome 34.96 334.32 416 57 350 00 95.79 Visitors Center Sales 288.75 7,079.73 7.620.24 9,000.00 78 67Total lncome 107,897.61 1,086,988.91 786,139.44 774,350.00 140.37OPERATING EXPENSES: Extra Help/Part-time 1,516.48 16,097.20 13,026.23 12,210.00 131.85 Administrative Wages 1 5,305.40 85, 34.1 6 1 1 86,1 14.63 93,290.00 1 1 95.78 Social Security 1,060.23 12,657 .07 12,069.30 ,800.00 11 107.27 Bookkeeping & Administration Fee 1,416.74 7,000.00 ,16,999.92 7,000.00 1 1 1 00.01 Medicare 248.01 2,960.28 2,822.64 2,700.00 109.68 Retirement Plan 1,736.36 12,303.10 9,150.95 10,550.00 116.63 Unemployment Comp 0.00 202.13 514.42 600.00 33.74 Group lnsurance 2,080.36 24,893.71 26,565.05 28,000.00 88.91 Audit 333.33 2,933.33 2,600.00 2,600.00 112.86 Rent/Storage Bldg 0.00 1,040.00 960.00 960.00 108.45 Facility Agreement 500.00 6,000.00 2,750.00 6,000.00 100.02 Cornerstone Expense 0.00 570.17 400.00 200.00 286 52 Equipment Expense 1,162.55 14,910.97 14,378.07 18,000.00 82.84 General lnsurance o.oo 3,805.14 3,682.93 4,500.00 84 58 Utilities 250.59 11,611.95 12,357.17 14,000.00 82.95 Postage 15.00 1 2,074.56 2,361 .22 2,400.00 86.48 Security 131.59 1,441.26 ,689.60 2,000.00 1 72.10 Telephone 499.36 7,666.55 9,192.63 7,000.00 109 54 Computers/Database SuPPort o.oo 4,321.11 3,157.90 5,000.00 86.44 Office Supplies 815.65 5,741.13 6,312.22 6,500.00 88.34 Christmas Lights Expense 1,75o.OO 1,750.00 ,750.00 ,750.00 1 1 100.06 Automobile Allowance 1,790.89 18,080.61 17 ,432.37 7,500.00 1 1 03.32 Maintenance 854.97 11,401.35 12,513.39 ,600.00 11 98.30 Miscellaneous Office SuPPort 56.77 1,198.72 2,322.05 2,000.00 59 97 Volunteer Program 703.75 2,321.95 2.673.04 2,400.00 96.79 32,328.03 368,1 6.45 363,795.73 380,560.00 9b. /JTotal Operating Expenses 1MARKETING/ADVERTISI NG : 2,419.00 6,881.95 7,657.00 6,000.00 114.72 Professional Dues 2,776.50 3,931.50 5,340.85 4,500.00 87.39 Professional Training/Conferences 10.53 2,814.30 5,525.37 6,348.45 5,000.00 1 Subscriptions Postage/Marketing 657.36 976.69 3,044.90 3,800.00 25.71 19,028.84 172,046.68 209,783.70 172,000.00 100 03 Advertisi ng/Publicity 0.00 6,216.64 5,028.46 5,000.00 124.36 Public Relations 12.82 117.57 360.1 400.00 29.47 Telephone (800 NumbeQ 1 33,000.00 40,000.00 35,923.64 40,000.00 100 00 Visitor Event lncentive 0.00 30,268.09 18,660.36 25,000.00 121.08 Convention Servicing SuPPlies 858.91 6,686.66 7,453.30 6,000.00 111.46 Vlsitor Center Merchandise 2,1 50.00 2,977.54 499.95 3,000.00 99.28 CVB Website 000 10,837.19 9,389.21 11,000.00 98.53 Promotional ltems 0.00 6,705.65 6,214.99 12,000.00 55.89 Printing/Brochure DeveloPment 3,208.22 21,319.97 13j62.25 28,000.00 76.15 Visitors & Travel Marketing 10,448.75 48,798.85 48,723 07 48,000 00 101 .67 Convention & Travel Trade 17
  • Convention & Visitors Bureau OPERATING INCOME STATEMENT FOR THE ONE MONTH AND THE TWELVE MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31,2012 MONTH YEAR YEAR ANNUAL YEARTO DATE ACTUAL TODATE TO DATE BUDGET PERCENT December 2012 2011 2012 2012 Trade Shows 0.00 23,940.98 15,379.70 23,000.00 04.1 0 1 Total Marketi n g/Advertisi n g 77.374.70 387 .231.33 392.969.94 392.700.00 98.61TOTAL EXPENSES 109.702.73 755,347.78 756,765.67 773.260 00 (1,805.12) 331 ,641 .1 3 29,373.77 1,090.00OPERATING BUDGET INC/LOSSDESIGNATED FUNDS INCOME Sports Fund Donations 18,000.00 38,008.91 400.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Wayfinding DonationsTOTAL DESIGNATED FUND 18,000.00 38,008.91 400.00INCOMEDESIGNATED FUNDS EXPENSE 6,000.00 20,187.00 20,600.00 Sports Fund Expense 0.00 0.00 0.00 Wayfinding Signage ExPense 0.00 0.00 0.00 CVB Bid lncentive ExPenses 10,000.00 12,500.00 10,000.00 Community Events ExPense 0.00 0.00 0.00 CVB Reserves Exp. 0.00 0.00 0.00 Depreciation ExpenseTOTAL DESIGNATED FUND 16,000.00 32,687.00 30,600.00EXPENSESURPLUS (DEFlClr) 194.88 : 336,963.04 (826.23) 18
  • City of San Angelo Parks & RecreationMemorandumDate: February 15, 2013To: Mayor and CouncilmembersFrom: Carl White, Parks and Recreation DirectorSubject: Agenda Item for February 19, 2013, Council MeetingContact: Carl White, Parks and Recreation Director, 657-4450 or 234-1724Caption: Regular Agenda Item Consideration of approving a license agreement with the People/Plant Connection for the development of a community garden at Rio Vista Park and use of Southside Recreation Center for educational classes.Summary: Staff recommends approval of a license agreement with the People/Plant Connection for the development of a community garden at Rio Vista Park and the use of Southside Recreation Center for educational classes. The Recreation Advisory Board considered this proposal at their meeting on November 9, 2011 and unanimously approved recommendation. The basic parameters of the proposed lease include the following: • Five-year license with option to renew an additional five years. • Use of approximately 3 acres of park land adjacent to the Southside Recreation Center and Boys & Girls Club. • Requirements to provide utilities at licensee’s expense. • Use of the large activity room, kitchenette and restrooms at the Southside Recreation Center. • Improvements on the licensed property to include fencing, gardens, walkways and signage. • Requirements to provide educational classes inside and outside. • Standard insurance coverageHistory City Council authorized staff to negotiate an agreement with the People/Plant Connection for the development of a community garden at Rio Vista Park on January 3, 2012.Financial Under the proposed license agreement, there would be no cost to the City. 1
  • Impact:Attachments: Proposed License AgreementPresentation: Yes.Publication: N/AReviewed by: Rick Weise, Assistant City ManagerApproved by January 31, 2013Legal: 2
  • LICENSE AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN CITY OF SAN ANGELO AND THE PEOPLE / PLANT CONNECTIONThis License Agreement ("Agreement") is made and entered into this ___ day of_______________, 2013, (but effective as of _____________), by and between the City of SanAngelo, Texas, a home rule municipality of the State of Texas ("City") and The People/PlantConnection, a Texas non-profit corporation (“Licensee”). RECITALS: A. City is the owner and manager of Rio Vista Park, a municipal park located at 2730 Ben Ficklin Road, San Angelo Texas 76903 (“Park”) and a municipal recreation center known as Southside Recreation Center (“Center”) situated at Park (“Premises”). B. Licensee is a non-profit organization that promotes horticulture and environmental preservation awareness within the community and seeks the use of Premises to create and maintain a people-powered garden (“Community Garden”) and to provide community gardening educational programs through volunteer stewardship opportunities (“Community Garden Program”). C. City and Licensee desire to enter into a license agreement which provides the terms and conditions for the use of Premises for Community Garden and Community Garden Program.
  • D. On ____________, 2013, City of San Angelo City Council approved this license agreement, being a public purpose and in the best interest of the general public to do so, and authorized execution of Agreement by the City Manager.NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and promises herein contained,City and Licensee agree as follows: TERMS1. RECITALS: The recitals are true and correct and are hereby incorporated into andmade a part of this Agreement.2. TERM: The term of this Agreement shall be for the duration of five (5) yearcommencing on the effective date hereof.3. OPTION TO RENEW: Licensee shall have the option to renew this Agreement forone (1) additional renewal term of five (5) years commencing at the expiration of the initial term.2. LICENSED USE: Licensee shall have the right to occupy and use Premises forCommunity Garden and Community Gardening Program for the purposes described herein underthis Agreement and in accordance with the following limitations: (1) Licensee shall be permitted to enter and occupy the area generally indentified and depicted on Exhibit “A”, attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference from 6:00 a.m to 10:00 p.m., seven (7) days a week, year-round. (2) Licensee shall be permitted to enter and occupy the indoor areas of Center identified and designated as the large activity room, kitchen and restrooms (“Center
  • Areas”) during hours established in a time schedule submitted in writing in advance to Premises Recreation Manager for approval.3. MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION: A. Licensee shall install and maintain Community Garden at its sole cost andexpense and shall assume all operational costs, including water usage and the cost of all utilitiesassociated with Community Garden and Community Garden Program and all licensed use ofPremises as set forth herein. B. Licensee shall be responsible for the cost of installation and maintenance of anyphysical improvements installed at or upon Community Garden, including fencing, gardens,lighting, walkways, signage and irrigation systems, storage facilities and other structures, thedesign and locations of which shall be subject to the approval of City. Licensee shall beresponsible for procuring all approvals and permits necessary for the installation of all physicalimprovements to Community Garden in accordance with this Agreement. In the event theLicensee desires to make adjustments prior or after installation of Community Garden, theLicensee shall submit plans to City to obtain written approval prior to making any changes. C. City shall allow a separate water meter so that water is accessible to Garden. D. Licensee may bring fill, soil and organic compost to Community Garden to makeit suitable for a garden and shall provide and maintain all equipment and supplies for CommunityGarden.
  • E.. Licensee acknowledges that prior approval by City is required for licensed use ofCenter on dates and at times not authorized under this Agreement and shall be at a rate ofTwenty-five and 00/100 Dollars ($25.00) per hour. F. Licensee acknowledges that Premises are open to the public and acknowledgesthat the license granted herein is non-exclusive and City may limit and suspend the licensed useas described hereunder in the event of conflict with Park events and activities. . G. Throughout the term of this Agreement and any extension or renewal thereof,Licensee shall not allow use of Premises for any immoral or illegal purposes or for any purpose,business, activity, use, function, or event to which City objects.4. CONSIDERATION: In consideration of the grant of license under this Agreement,Licensee shall meet the following obligations: A. Licensee shall provide public educational gardening programs for individuals ofall ages, including all materials and resources necessary to carry out said programs and activitiesconnected therewith through the term of this Agreement. All volunteers of Licensee shall berequired to sign a City of San Angelo Volunteer Waiver prior entry and remaining upon licensedpremises. B. Licensee shall follow all Park rules and regulations of Park and provisions of CityCode relating to parks as set forth in City of San Angelo Code of Ordinances. C. Licensee shall provide continuous clean up of all debris in the areas used,occupied, and immediately in and upon and adjacent to the Community Garden and Center.
  • D. Licensee shall pay for any and all maintenance and repair costs and expensesincurred in connection to the maintenance and operation of Community Garden as describedhereunder. E. Licensee shall pay for all damages to Premises caused directly or proximately byLicensee, equipment, employees, members, servants, agents, business invitees, patrons, andguests and volunteers and not a result of normal wear and tear that would have occurred hadLicensee not operated within Premises. F. Licensee shall not assign this Agreement or any of its privileges hereunder, eithervoluntarily or involuntarily, without the prior written consent of City. G. Licensee shall not make, or permit to be made, alterations on or to Premises without the express written approval of the City. H. This Agreement shall apply to and be binding on the parties only to the extentLicensee operates within the confines of Premises and pursuant to the terms of this Agreement.4. TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT A. City or Licensee may terminate this Agreement upon thirty (30) days prior writtennotice. B. Licensee shall remove all garden plants and otherwise vacate Premises withinthirty (30) days of termination of this Agreement. In the event of a holdover by Licensee beyondthe thirty (30) day period, City may, in addition to and without waiver of any other rights orremedies under law, take possession of Premises and any improvements, structures and propertyof Licensee found thereon, with or without process of law.
  • 6. INDEPENDENT PARTIES.Licensee is and shall at all times be considered as an independent licensee and is in no way anemployee of the City of San Angelo. A. The parties intend that this Agreement create only an independent licensing relationship. Licensee shall complete the services agreed upon with City according to its own means and methods, which shall be in the exclusive control of Licensee and which shall not be subject to the control or supervision of City. The parties agree that this Agreement does not entitle Licensee or its employees, agents, or volunteers (if any) to workers’ compensation benefits, unemployment compensation benefits, or any other benefits or protections that accrue from an employment relationship, all of which shall remain the sole and exclusive responsibility of Licensee and/or its employees or agents. B. Licensee, its employees or agents shall be responsible for any business registration or licenses required by any governmental entity. City shall not control, directly or indirectly, the number of hours Licensee its employees, agents, or volunteers shall perform services under this Agreement. City shall not combine business operations with Licensee. C. Neither Licensee nor its employees, agents or volunteers are to be considered agents or employees of City for any purpose, including that of federal and state taxation, and neither Licensee nor its employees or agents are entitled to any of the benefits that the City may provide to its employees. It is understood and agreed that City does not require Licensee to provide services exclusively to City and that City is free to contract to provide services to other entities during the term of this Agreement.7. SPECIAL INSURANCE AND INDEMNIFICATION:
  • GENERAL INDEMNIFICATION. LICENSEE AGREES TO INDEMNIFY, DEFEND, ANDHOLD CITY, ITS COUNCIL MEMBERS, BOARD AND COMMISSION MEMBERS,OFFICIALS, AGENTS, GUESTS, INVITEES, CONSULTANTS AND EMPLOYEES FREEAND HARMLESS FROM AND AGAINST ANY AND ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS,PROCEEDINGS, SUITS, JUDGMENTS, COSTS, PENALTIES, FINES, DAMAGES,LOSSES, ATTORNEYS’ FEES AND EXPENSES ASSERTED BY ANY PERSON ORPERSONS, INCLUDING AGENTS OR EMPLOYEES OF LICENSEE OR CITY, BYREASON OF DEATH OR INJURY TO PERSONS, OR LOSS OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY,RESULTING FROM OR ARISING OUT OF, THE VIOLATION OF ANY LAW ORREGULATION OR IN ANY MANNER ATTRIBUTABLE IN WHOLE OR IN PART TOANY ACT OF COMMISSION, OMISSION, NEGLIGENCE OR FAULT OF LICENSEE, ITSAGENTS OR EMPLOYEES, OR THE JOINT NEGLIGENCE OF LICENSEE AND ANYOTHER ENTITY, AS A CONSEQUENCE OF ITS EXECUTION OR PERFORMANCE OFTHIS AGREEMENT OR SUSTAINED IN OR UPON PREMISES, OR AS A RESULT OFANYTHING CLAIMED TO BE DONE OR ADMITTED TO BE DONE BY LICENSEEHEREUNDER. THIS INDEMNIFICATION SHALL SURVIVE THE TERM OF THISAGREEMENT AS LONG AS ANY LIABILITY COULD BE ASSERTED. NOTHINGHEREIN SHALL REQUIRE LICENSEE TO INDEMNIFY, DEFEND, OR HOLDHARMLESS ANY INDEMNIFIED PARTY FOR THE INDEMNIFIED PARTY’S OWNGROSS NEGLIGENCE OR WILLFUL MISCONDUCT.ENVIRONMENTAL INDEMNIFICATION. LICENSEE AGREES TO INDEMNIFY,DEFEND AND HOLD CITY AND ITS COUNCIL MEMBERS, BOARD ANDCOMMISSION MEMBERS, OFFICIALS, AGENTS, GUESTS, INVITEES, CONSULTANTSAND EMPLOYEES FREE AND HARMLESS FROM AND AGAINST ANY AND ALLCLAIMS, DEMANDS, PROCEEDINGS, SUITS JUDGMENTS, COSTS, PENALTIES,FINES, DAMAGES, LOSSES, ATTORNEYS’ FEES AND EXPENSES ASSERTED BYLOCAL, STATE OR FEDERAL ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCIES OR PRIVATEINDIVIDUALS OR ENTITIES IN CONNECTION WITH OR RESULTING FROM ORARISING OUT OF LICENSEE’S HANDLING, COLLECTION, TRANSPORTATION,STORAGE, DISPOSAL, TREATMENT, RECOVERY, AND/OR REUSE BY ANY PERSONUNDER LICENSEE’S DIRECTION OR CONTROL OF WASTE COLLECTED,
  • TRANSPORTED OR LANDFILLED OR ANY CLEANUP ASSOCIATED WITHENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION, WHETHER SUCH CLEANUP IS OF AIR, SOIL,STRUCTURE, GROUND WATER OR SURFACE WATER CONTAMINATION. LICENSEESPECIFICALLY AGREES TO INDEMNIFY, DEFEND AND HOLD HARMLESS CITYAGAINST ALL CLAIMS, DAMAGES AND LIABILITIES OF WHATEVER NATUREASSERTED UNDER CERCLA CAUSED BY ACTS OR OMISSIONS OF LICENSEEREGARDLESS OF WHEN SUCH INCIDENT IS DISCOVERED. LICENSEE SHALL BERESPONSIBLE AND LIABLE FOR ANY SPILL, UNDERGROUND POLLUTION OR ANYOTHER ENVIRONMENTAL IMPAIRMENT INCIDENT CAUSED BY ACTS OROMISSIONS OF LICENSEE REGARDLESS OF WHEN SUCH INCIDENT ISDISCOVERED. IT IS THE INTENT OF THE PARTIES THAT THIS SECTION SHALL INNO WAY LIMIT OTHER COVERAGE HEREIN AS IT MAY RELATE TO ANYENVIRONMENTAL CLAIM, DAMAGE, LOSS OR LIABILITY OF ANY KIND.PROSPECTIVE APPLICATION. ANY AND ALL INDEMNITY PROVIDED FOR INTHIS AGREEMENT SHALL SURVIVE THE EXPIRATION OF THIS AGREEMENT ANDTHE DISCHARGE OF ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OWED BY THE PARTIES TO EACHOTHER HEREUNDER AND SHALL APPLY PROSPECTIVELY NOT ONLY DURING THETERM OF THIS AGREEMENT BUT THEREAFTER SO LONG AS ANY LIABILITY(INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LIABILITY FOR CLOSURE AND POST CLOSURECOSTS) COULD BE ASSERTED IN REGARD TO ANY ACTS OR OMISSIONS OFLICENSEE IN PERFORMING UNDER THIS AGREEMENT.RETROACTIVE APPLICATION. THE INDEMNITY PROVIDED FOR IN THISAGREEMENT SHALL EXTEND NOT ONLY TO CLAIMS AND ASSESSMENTSOCCURRING DURING THE TERM OF THIS AGREEMENT BUT RETROACTIVELY TOCLAIMS AND ASSESSMENTS WHICH MAY HAVE OCCURRED DURING THE TERMOF PREVIOUS AGREEMENTS BETWEEN CITY AND LICENSEE.APPLICATION TO SURROUNDING PROPERTY, THE INDEMNIFICATIONPROVISIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT EXTEND TO CLAIMS AND ASSESSMENTSRELATING TO RUNOFF, LEACHATE, OR OTHER INFILTRATION THAT MAY OCCUROR HAS OCCURRED AT OR NEAR THE SITE OF LANDFILLS, TRANSFER STATIONS,
  • OR OTHER SOLID WASTE FACILITIES AND SURROUNDING AREAS WHICH ARE ORWERE USED BY THE LICENSEE, DURING THE TERM OF THIS CONTRACT ORPREVIOUS AGREEMENTS BETWEEN CITY AND LICENSEE. THIS SECTION DOESNOT MAKE LICENSEE LIABLE FOR ANY SITE IT HAS NEVER USED, CLOSED,MANAGED OR MONITORED8. INSURANCE: A. GENERAL CONDITIONS. The following conditions shall apply to allinsurance policies obtained by Licensee for the purpose of complying with this Agreement. 1) Satisfactory Companies. Coverage shall be maintained with insurers and under forms of policies satisfactory to City and with insurers licensed to do business in Texas. 2) Named Insureds. All insurance policies required herein shall be drawn in the name of Licensee, with City, its council members, board and commission members, officials, agents, guests, invitees, consultants and employees named as additional insureds, except on Workers’ Compensation coverage. 3) Waiver of Subrogation. Licensee shall require its insurance carrier(s), with respect to all insurance policies, to waive all rights of subrogation against City, its council members, board and commission members, officials, agents, guests, invitees, consultants and employees. 4) Certificates of Insurance. At or before the time of execution of this Agreement, Licensee shall furnish City’s Risk Manager with certificates of insurance as evidence that all of the policies required herein are in full force and effect and provide the required coverage and limits of insurance. All certificates of insurance shall clearly state that all applicable requirements have been satisfied. The certificates shall provide that any company issuing an insurance policy shall provide to City not less than thirty (30) days advance notice in writing of cancellation, non-renewal, or material change in the policy of insurance. In addition, Licensee and insurance company shall immediately provide written notice to City’s Risk Manager upon receipt of notice of cancellation of
  • any insurance policy, or of a decision to terminate or alter any insurance policy. Copies of required endorsements will be attached to the certificates to confirm the required endorsements are in effect. Certificates of insurance and notices of cancellations, terminations, or alterations shall be furnished to City’s Risk Manager at City Hall, 106 S. Chadbourne or P.O. Box 1751, San Angelo, Texas 76902. 5) Licensee’s Liability. The procurement of such policy of insurance shall not be construed to be a limitation upon Licensee’s liability or as a full performance on its part of the indemnification provisions of this Agreement. Licensee’s obligations are, notwithstanding any policy of insurance, for the full and total amount of any damage, injury or loss caused by or attributable to its activities conducted at or upon Premises. Failure of Licensee to maintain adequate coverage shall not relieve Licensee of any contractual responsibility or obligation. 6) Sub-licensees’ Insurance. Licensee shall cause each Sub-Licensee and Sub-Sub-Licensee of Licensee to purchase and maintain insurance of the types and in the amounts specified below. Licensee shall require Sub-licensees and Sub-Sub-Licensees to furnish copies of certificates of insurance to Licensee’s Risk Manager evidencing coverage for each Sub-Licensee and Sub-Sub-Licensee. B. TYPES AND AMOUNTS OF INSURANCE REQUIRED. Licensee shallobtain and continuously maintain in effect at all times during the term hereof, at Licensee’s soleexpense, insurance coverage as follows with limits not less than those set forth below: 1) Commercial General Liability. This policy shall be an occurrence-type policy and shall protect the Licensee and additional insureds against all claims arising from bodily injury, sickness, disease or death of any person (other than the Licensee’s employees) and damage to property of the City or others arising out of the act or omission of the Licensee or its agents and employees. This policy shall also include protection against claims for the contractual liability assumed by Licensee under the paragraph of this Agreement entitled “Indemnification,” including completed operations, products liability, contractual coverage, broad form property coverage, explosion,
  • collapse, underground, premises/operations, and independent licensees (to remain in force for two years after final payment). Coverage limits shall not be less than: $500,000.00 General Aggregate $500,000.00 Products – Completed Operations $500,000.00 Personal & Advertising Injury $500,000.00 Each Occurrence 2) Workers’ Compensation and Employer’s Liability. If Licensee hires any employees, Licensee shall maintain Workers’ Compensation and Employer’s Liability insurance, which shall protect the Licensee against all claims under applicable state workers’ compensation laws and employer’s liability. The insured shall also be protected against claim for injury, disease or death of employees which for any reason, may not fall within the provisions of a workers’ compensation law. Coverage shall not be less than: Statutory Amount Workers’ Compensation $ 500,000.00 Employer’s Liability, Each Accident $ 500,000.00 Employer’s Liability, Disease - Each Employee $ 500,000.00 Employer’s Liability, Disease - Policy Limit9. MISCELLANEOUS A. Licensee, by exercising rights granted herein, shall not discriminate or permitdiscrimination against any person or group of persons in any manner on the grounds of race,color, sex, religion, national origin or ancestry, age or physical handicap. Non-compliance withsuch assurances shall constitute a breach of this Agreement, and in the event of non-compliance,City may take appropriate action to enforce compliance and, at its option, may terminate thisAgreement or seek judicial enforcement thereof. B. Applicable Law. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed andenforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas and the City of San Angelo Code ofOrdinances.
  • C. Notices. City and Licensees address for all notices set forth in thisAgreement shall be as follows, or such other address as the Licensee may designate to City inwriting. Licensee shall have a continuing duty to provide to City a valid and current mailingaddress for purposes of notice. City of San Angelo The People/Plant Connection Department of Parks and Recreation Attn: Carl White Attn: Susan M. Stanfield 72 W. College Avenue P.O. Box 62841 San Angelo, TX 76903 San Angelo, Texas 76906 D. Should any litigation be commenced between the parties to this Agreement, theprevailing party shall be entitled, in addition to any other relief as may be granted, to court costsand reasonable attorneys fees as determined by a court of competent jurisdiction of Tom GreenCounty, Texas. This provision shall be deemed a separate contract between the parties and shallsurvive any default, termination, or forfeiture of this Agreement. E. There shall be no modification of this Agreement, except in writing, executedwith the same formalities as was this License Agreement. F. If any provision of this Agreement or application thereof is held invalid, suchinvalidity will not affect other provisions or applications of this Agreement which can be giveneffect without the invalid provision or application, and to that end, the provisions hereof aredeclared to be severable. G. This instrument embodies the whole Agreement of the parties and supersedes anyand all other agreements or understandings. No failure of City to exercise any power given it
  • hereunder, or to insist upon strict compliance by Licensee of any obligation hereunder, and nocustom or practice of the parties at variance with the terms hereof, shall constitute a waiver ofCitys right to demand strict compliance with the terms hereof. H. This Agreement may be executed in one or more counterparts each of which shallbe deemed an original.IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have subscribed their names the date firstwritten above.CITY LICENSEECity of San Angelo The People / Plant ConnectionBy:_____________________________ By. _________________________ Daniel Valenzuela, City Manager Susan M. Stanfield, PresidentATTEST: ________________________ Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk
  • Exhibit “A”INSERT MAP AND DIAGRAM OF AREA FOR COMMUNITY GARDEN
  • LICENSE AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN CITY OF SAN ANGELO AND THE PEOPLE / PLANT CONNECTIONAPPROVED AS TO CONTENT: APPROVED AS TO FORM:____________________________ _____________________________Carl White, Director of Department of Lysia H. Bowling, City AttorneyParks & RecreationAPPPROVED AS TO INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS______________________________John Seaton, Risk Manager
  • City Council MeetingFebruary 19, 2013
  • Rio Vista Park and Proposed Garden
  • The People/Plant Connection GardenThe basic parameters of the proposed licenseinclude the following:•Five-year license with option to renew anadditional five years.•License of approximately 3 acres of park landadjacent to the Southside Recreation Centerand Boys & Girls Club.•Requirements to provide utilities at licensee’sexpense for the garden.•Use of the large activity room, kitchenette andrestrooms at the Southside Recreation Center.
  • The People/Plant Connection Garden• Improvements on the licensed property to include fencing, gardens, walkways and signage.• Requirements to provide educational classes inside and outside.• Physical improvements, responsibility of licensee.• Maintenance of licensed property responsibility of licensee.• Standard insurance coverage.
  • City of San Angelo Finance DepartmentMemo Date: February 6, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Laura Brooks, Budget Analyst, Sr. Subject: Agenda Item for February 19, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Morgan Trainer, Budget Manager, 325-653-6291 Caption: Regular Discussion of 2013-2018 Capital Improvement Plan Summary: The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is required by the City Charter and aids the City Council when making funding allocations in the annual operating budget. Capital projects are submitted and reviewed for priority, relevance to the community, and funding consideration each year. The City Charter requires the CIP be introduced to City Council five (5) months prior to final submission of the budget to City Council. The Charter also requires a public hearing on the plan and adoption of the plan on or before adoption of the annual budget. Instructions stating how to prepare this CIP were sent to project managers December 10, 2012. Projects were due on December 20, 2012. The CIP Committee is in the process of reviewing and ranking the projects that were submitted. The process will be completed after gathering input from City Council at the strategic planning session scheduled for February 26, 2013. Public meetings were held on February 7 and February 12. During the public meetings, staff presented submitted projects and received comments, suggestions, and priorities from citizens. The revised, tentative schedule for the CIP process is attached. If you have any concerns with the proposed dates, please let us know. History: The draft of the 2013-2018 CIP is attached for reference. Financial Impact: Not applicable at this time. Related Vision Item (if applicable): Infrastructure Vision and Financial Vision Other Information/Recommendation: Attachments: CIP Calendar and 2013-2018 CIP Draft Presentation: by Morgan Trainer, Budget Manager Publication: N/A Reviewed by Service Area Director: Michael Dane, Assistant City Manager/CFO
  • City of San Angelo 2013-2018 CIP Calendar NOVEMBER 2012 DECEMBER 2012 S M T W T F S S M T W T F S 1 2 3 14 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Instructions sent to Departments11 12 13 14 15 16 17 9 10 11 12 13 14 1518 19 20 21 22 23 24 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 City Council CIP Discussion ‐ 2013 Funding Projects due from Departments25 26 27 28 29 30 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 JANUARY 2013 FEBRUARY 2013 S M T W T F S S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 1 26 7 8 9 10 11 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Public Meetings & Comment Period13 14 15 16 17 18 19 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Public Meetings & Comment Period20 21 22 23 24 25 26 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 CIP discussion with City Council27 28 29 30 31 24 25 26 27 28 Review projects w/committee & rank by criteria Strategic Planning ‐ Special MeetingInformation/Status memo to be sent to Council on Wednesday, January 30. Draft CIP will be published on February 5, 2013                                                                        Public  Meetings will be held Thursday, February 7 and Tuesday, February 12 MARCH 2013 APRIL S M T W T F S S M T W T F S 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 Tentative ‐ CIP Resolution Approved**3 4 5 6 7 8 9 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 CIP discussion with City Council10 11 12 13 14 15 16 14 15 16 17 18 19 2017 18 19 20 21 22 23 21 22 23 24 25 26 2724 25 26 27 28 29 30 28 29 3031 ** Tentative dependent on outcome of Strategic Planning ‐ Special Meeting 2013‐2018 CIP Calendar‐rev 01‐31‐13 
  • 2013-2018 Capital Improvement Plan T City Council AF Alvin New, MayorPaul Alexander, SMD #1 Dwain Morrison, SMD #2Johnny Silvas, SMD #3 Fredd B. Adams II, SMD #4Kendal Hirschfeld, SMD #5 Charlotte Farmer, SMD #6 City Management Daniel Valenzuela, City ManagerRMichael Dane, Assistant City Manager/CFORick Weise, Assistant City Manager for Community ServicesCapital projects prepared by staff identified within each projectD Capital Improvement Plan preparation: Morgan Trainer, Budget Manager Laura Brooks, Senior Budget Analyst Steven Mahaffey, Senior Budget Analyst Introduction of the Capital Improvement Plan March X, 2013 Public Hearing April 3, 2013 Plan Adoption April 17, 2013 1
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  • 2013-2018 CapitalImprovement Plan TEnvironmental AF Projects RD 3
  • Twin Buttes Eco-System RestorationResponsible Dept: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 900,000 100,000 - - - - - $ 1,000,000Description:The project will provide for the removal of invasive brush in the lake basin. The project consists of the removal of 3,900 acres of salt cedar & willowbaccharis and 5,600 acres of mesquite.Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction 800,000 700,000 Other 200,000 200,000 AF Total $ 1,000,000 $ 900,000 Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in Project Schedule: % Complete the menu bar, then Object… Click on the tab Create from File, Design: then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Implementation: 2013 90% Funding Sources: Amount Water CIP Fund $ 225,000 Water Operating $ 375,000 State Soil and Water Board $ 400,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - -Performance Measures:DApproximately 9,500 acres will be cleared of invasive brush in the reservoir basin.Notes:Initial work began in 2010 with be spraying of salt cedar in the upper reaches of the reservoir. Each year additional areas will be sprayed proceedingdown through the basin to the dam.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 6 miles Southwest of San Angelo San Angelo Texas 4
  • Concho River Dredging, Bank Stabilization, & Trails ImprovementsResponsible Dept: Parks & Recreation Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 6,853,196 8,583,451 - - - - - - $ 15,436,647Description:Design and construction of the North Concho River Parks and Trail system, located along the course of the North Concho River from Kirby CommunityPark to Rio Concho Community Park. Design and construction of all physical improvements in the area including trails, lookout points, bankstabilization, lighting, signage and accessibility and connectivity improvements with the following exception. The section of the project from Kirby Park(south side) to 14th Street will only be conceptually designed. Improvements will focus on connectivity and access to the river, provision of desirabledestination spaces and maximizing public recreation opportunities and interaction with the river. Project also included substantial dredging of portionsof the river, primarily between Houston Harte and 14th Street, under supervision of the UCRA. About 1.5 million cubic feet of silt were removed.Project includes trail section on SAHF property on south side of river from Irving St. upriver to Girl Scout HQs and trail section from Bell St. terminusand across Bell St. to the river overlook at the Rio Concho Community Park.Supporting planning document(s):2004 KDC-Turner Study; hydrogeological assessments T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land 1,034,574 1,034,574 Design 1,531,301 1,531,301 Construction 12,482,115 7,318,763 Other 388,657 388,657 Total $ 15,436,647 $ 10,273,295 AF Project Schedule: Design: 2006 - 2012 Implementation: 2009 - 2013 % Complete 100% 59% Funding Sources: Amount Type B sales tax $ 12,993,175 Federal, State, and Local Grants $ 1,856,012 storm water improvements funding $ 587,460Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Operating and Maintenance Costs $ - 100,000 102,000 104,000 106,000 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ -DPerformance Measures:Increase the overall river parks and trail system use from an estimated 200,000 visitors annually to over 250,000 visitors annuallyImprove the quality of the water in the river in the areas dredged by up to 15%Notes:Dredging is complete and was conducted from about 14th Street downriver to about the point where Sulphur Draw feeds into the river.Bank stabilization and other improvements began October 2011. As of December 2012, the improvement project is at about 60% completion overall,counting contractors work and in-house work. The project is anticipated to be substantially complete August 2013. Bank stabilization of the sectionfrom Sulpher Draw upriver to 1st Street was approved and funed.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) O. C. Fisher Reservoir Dam to Bell Street San Angelo Texas 2) impoundment 5
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  • 2013-2018 CapitalImprovement Plan T Equipment AF Projects RD 7
  • EOC HVAC ReplacementResponsible Dept: Emergency Management Project Manager: Teresa CoveyFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 500,000 - - - - - $ 500,000Description:The current HVAC system at the EOC is the original installed when the building was constructed 26 years ago. Replacement parts are scarce tonon-existent. Only TWO repair men at Duncan Mechanical Services are capable of making repairs at this time. The pneumatic control system isinefficient and unreliable, constantly cooling or heating, which in turn cost unnecessary utility expenses. We recommend the purchase of a newmore energy efficient system. Total HVAC replacement will reduce the ongoing electrical costs and maintenance repairs.Supporting planning document(s):Ron Lewis, COSA Construction and Facilities Maintenance, and WTA Engineering provided the necessary preliminary cost analysis. The estimateof $327,000 in 2008 has been adjusted by a minimum of 10% for each year since 2008 to cover inflation costs. T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 75,000 - Construction 425,000 - Other - - AF Total $ 500,000 $ - Project Schedule: % Complete Design: 2014 0% Implementation: 2014 0% Funding Sources: Amount Undetermined $ 500,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Savings on Maintenance and Repairs $ (5,000) (5,000) (5,000) (5,000) (5,000) ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Repairs and Maintenance $ 5,000 5,500 6,050 6,655 7,320Performance Measures:DNotes:If the HVAC system is not replaced, maintenance costs will continue to increase as the amount of leaks in the hot water lines throughout thebuilding continue to increase. Options for repairs are limited due to lack of the antiquated pneumatic system. Budget Impact if NOT completedreflects an annual 10% increase in cost. If a repair needs to be made, we will take this request forward for approval, on an as needed basis.If the HVAC system is not replaced and repairs are needed at a time when the EOC is activated, this will create a hardship on key personnel at atime of critical decision making. The City of San Angelo Emergency Management Department is bound by contract with the FAA to maintain thefacility at 8485 Hangar Road.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 8485 Hangar Rd. San Angelo Texas 8
  • Replace School Zone and Crosswalk EquipmentResponsible Dept: Traffic Operations Project Manager: Shane KeltonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 68,000 18,000 18,000 18,000 18,000 18,000 - $ 158,000Description:Replace crosswalk signs with the bright yellow green high reflectivity signs. Replace or update time clocks with new clocks that also can be senttime and date information via radio or pager signal. Replace painted crosswalks with thermo plastic heat tape. Replacement of crosswalk signsand crosswalks will provide improved visibility for pedestrian safety.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction - - Other 158,000 68,000 Total $ 158,000 $ 68,000 Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete AF Click on the tab Create from File, then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Design: Implementation: 2012 Funding Sources: Tom Green County Fee $ Amount 0% 60% 158,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Annual electrical savings of $4,500.00 per year. $ (4,500) (4,500) (4,500) (4,500) (4,500)Replace Thermoplastic - - - - 32,500 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Continued cost of repainting crosswalks. $ 21,000 21,000 21,000 21,000 21,000Performance Measures:D150 Signs have been replaced at all school crossings and all crosswalks have been marked with thermo plastic material.Notes:Funding Source - Crosswalk Guard and Equipment Revenues collected by Tom Green County Fee. Radios and time clocks will be upgraded asfunds are available from the county. The thermoplastic crosswalk material will reduce the maintenance of crosswalks to once every five yearsfrom repainting crosswalks every two months.Traffic Operations Divisions currently maintains 150 crosswalks. The cost to replace with thermoplastic every 5 years will cost approximately$32,500.00.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) City Wide San Angelo Texas 9
  • Public Information Equipment ReplacementResponsible Dept: Public Information Project Manager: Anthony WilsonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - 17,936 19,874 4,668 5,378 - - - $ 47,856Description:The Public Information Office lacks adequate backup equipment for when technology inevitably fails. PIO also lacks adequate funding tosystematically purchase replacement and/or backup photography, videography and computer equipment, all of which is necessary to disseminateinformation -- particularly the airing of City Council and board meetings -- to the public. Health Services has applied for a public health emergencypreparedness discretionary funds state grant that would fund 90% of the cost of a new server for Channel 17. (The remaining 10% will come fromthe PIOs operating budget.) That would leave another $29,920 in equipment needs: $19,874 for video equipment in the City Council chambers,$4,668 in videography equipment, and $5,378 in photo equipment.Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction - - Other 47,856 - AF Total $ 47,856 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… Design: 0% then find picture in your files… then double click picture to insert. Implementation: 0% Funding Sources: Amount Public Health Emergency State Grant $ 16,142 Undetermined $ 31,714Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Repair costs reduced $ 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18We would face repair costs that could be small. $ 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000Eventually, we would have to replace equipment throughthe operating budget.Performance Measures:DNumber of Council and board meetings aired, number of original programs produced, number of photos posted online.Notes:Council chambers equipment: Sony Anycast Station Live Content Producer, $12,999; 4 Robotic Cameras, $3,280; HDD DVD recorder, $3,595.Channel 17 server: $17,936; Videography equipment: Sony HVR-NX5U camera, $3,999; Sony HXR-FMU128 Flash Memory Unit, $669;Photography equipment: Canon EOS 7D SLR Digital Camera Body, $1599; Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM Zoom Lens, $1,179; Canon EF70-200mm f/2.8 IS II USM Telephoto Lens, $2,099; Canon Speedlight 580EX II Flash, $501Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 500 Rio Concho Drive San Angelo Texas 10
  • 2013-2018 CapitalImprovement Plan T Facility AF Projects RD 11
  • Fort Concho Barracks 6 New FloorResponsible Dept: Fort Concho Project Manager: Robert BluthardtFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 15,000 - - - - - $ 15,000Description:Fort and city staff replaced the flagstone floor with a poured concrete pad in the spring of 2011. All material and equipment costs were covered bythe Fort Concho Foundation. While the new pad has eliminated safety concerns and has increased usage by staff and renters, we seek funding tocomplete the project with a period board floor. This would enhance both the appearance and function of this building space.Supporting planning document(s):2007 Site Review Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design 1,000 - Construction 14,000 - Other - - Total $ 15,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, AF then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Design: Funding Sources: Undetermined 2 months Implementation: 6 months $ Amount 15,000 0% 0%Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increased rental activity will cover any $ - - - - -proportional increase in utilities. ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Staff time and materials to spot-repair this floor year-to-year. $ 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,500 1,000Performance Measures:DMore rentals of facility; increased vendor income at site festivals.Use and rental activity increases.Notes:Staff has estimated the project two ways: materials only with staff and inmate labor. The costs obviously increase if bid out as a total package. Staffcan perform this project with inmate labor in an efficient and proper manner. The Fort Concho Board and staff ranked this project in the top five inits 2007 site review.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) Flipper St. & Burgess St. San Angelo Texas 12
  • Heating and Cooling Unit Replacements at Fort ConchoResponsible Division: Fort Concho Project Manager: Bob BluthardtFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 125,000 20,000 15,000 - - - $ 160,000Description:This CIP project proposes to replace the obsolete and inefficient heating/cooling units at five of the forts most used structures: Barracks 1 VisitorCenter, Officers Quarters 1, Officers Quarters 8, Quartermaster and Commissary. Also, we propose to add basic air conditioning to the Bay 3Stables Hall. Rental activity at all structures, especially the Stables, has increased in recent years but the Stables is not useable without airconditioning from May to September. These structures serve the public with public events and meetings, ongoing displays and programs, and publicservice. Combined, these six structures consume over 1/3 of the total site power usage. These six structures also serve the majority of site guests.Replacement would drastically decrease repair costs while reducing power consumption.Supporting planning document(s):Staff are compiling estimates for various replacement options at this time. Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 160,000 - Other - - Total $ 160,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, AF then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Design: N/A Implementation: 2016 Funding Sources: Undetermined. Potentially: $ Amount 0% 0% 160,000 General Fund, HOT allocation, grantsOperating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Ongoing repairs less power savings $ 5,000 7,500 10,000 12,500 15,000 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Ongoing repairs and possible replacement and lost revenue $ 7,500 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000Performance Measure:DFewer equipment breakdowns; lower repair costs; fewer visitor & guest complaints; lower power consumption levels for same five buildings.Notes:Notes: Replacing older and inefficient HVAC units will result in both lower repair costs and power consumption. Adding air conditioning to theStables will increase usage and rental revenue.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 630 S. Oakes St. San Angelo Texas 13
  • Fort Concho Post BandstandResponsible Dept: Fort Concho Project Manager: Robert BluthardtFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 25,000 - - - - - $ 25,000Description:Located at the west end of the Parade Ground, the Post Bandstand represents one of the last exterior improvements for site development. Thebandstand would enhance the sites appearance, provide a historic setting for public programs and concerts, and serve various community groups.The Fort Concho Board is working with local professional building and trade groups to craft a reconstruction plan.Supporting planning document(s):2007 Site Review Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 25,000 - Other - - Total $ 25,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, AF then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Design: Fall 2012 Implementation: Summer 2013 Funding Sources: Possible private funding; Fort Concho Foundation $ 100% Amount 25,000 0%Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Utilities based on staff estimates. $ 250 250 250 250 250 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18None $ - - - - -Performance Measures:DNew outdoor concerts; new public events.Notes:The Fort Concho Board and staff have ranked this project in the top five in its 2007 site review. Staff have estimated the materials for this project at$15,000. Labor costs, if project is bid out, doubles overall costs.Update/January 2009 Staff arranging meeting with San Angelo Home Builders Association to explore volunteer assistance in construction.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 700 Block of S. Oakes San Angelo Texas 14
  • Fort Concho Visitors Center Restoration ImprovementsResponsible Dept: Fort Concho Project Manager Robert BluthardtFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 100,000 750,000 250,000 400,000 - - $ 1,500,000Description:Barracks 1 was renovated as the forts Visitor Center as part of the major 1995 Regional Urban Design Assessment Team projects that transformedthe surrounding acres into El Paseo de Santa Angela. Unfortunately, the project ran out of money and the east bay of Barracks 1 was leftunfinished. A staff-board study has concluded that the restoration of this space must be tied to an overall building renovation to better serve ourguests. This renovation would include an expanded gift shop, visitor orientation area and theatre, climate controlled quality display space, andadministrative offices. Staff will partner with several area cultural agencies to complete a Cultural District Study in the spring of 2012. Formalplanning of this Visitor Center will follow the recommendations of that study.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design 100,000 - Construction 1,400,000 - Other - - Total $ 1,500,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, AF then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Design: 2013 Implementation: 2017 Funding Sources: San Angelo Health, Meadows, and Houston $ Amount 0% 0% 1,500,000 Foundations approached and have expressed interest.Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Extra Revenue $ (10,000) (15,000) (17,500) (17,500) (17,500) ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Repairs and maintenance $ 5,000 7,500 15,000 17,500 20,000Performance Measures:DIncreased attendance: increased Gift Shop Sales; increased tour revenue; additional media attentionNotes:Project will focus on barracks 1; possibly barracks 2 and maybe partial reconstruction of Barracks 3-4.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 630 S. Oakes San Angelo Texas 15
  • Fort Concho OQ 1 Rear Room & Roof RepairsResponsible Dept: Fort Concho Project Manager: Robert BluthardtFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 75,000 - - - - - $ 75,000Description:The rear room of Officers Quarters 1 lacks a proper floor and the entire rear section is showing signs of structural distress. Staff recommends anew concrete floor with a wooden floor to follow, relocation of utility pipes and lines, and new supports for the walls. A preliminary engineering reportwas completed in 2008. As this building is the citys VIP quarters and serves many guests and functions, these improvements are both aestheticand functional to the buildings future. The current room condition poses a major safety hazard to staff and contractors. Additionally, the dormersare failing and need repair.Supporting planning document(s):2008 Engineering Report Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - T Design 7,000 - Construction 68,000 - Other - - Total $ 75,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, AF then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Design: Funding Sources: Undetermined 2-4 months Implementation: 4-6 months $ Amount 75,000 0% 0% Contributions (if provided) -Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Utilities cost based on current events. $ 750 750 750 750 750Revenue increase 1,000 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - -Performance Measures:DIncrease in building rentals.Increase in overall building usage.Notes:Preliminary study by staff, and local architect; engineering report available. Full plans available in 60 days.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 111 East Ave. D San Angelo Texas 16
  • Chase State Office Building ImprovementsResponsible Dept: Fort Concho/State Building Project Manager: Robert BluthardtFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - 200,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 $ 300,000Description:The sprinkler risers in the Chase State Office Building are almost 60 years old and should be replaced. Also, approximately 600 feet of the systempiping has had numerous small leaks in the past five years, thus endangering whole sections of office and public space. This project will replacethem over a three year period.Office and hallway carpets need to be replaced throughout the Chase State Office Building and Concho Valley Workforce Building in the comingyears, due to wear and tear, safety and fulfillment of exisiting leases. A multi-year plan will accommodate these needs within available funding.HVAC units at the State Buidlings range from 10 to 12 years old and will start to fail in the coming years. To maintain proper climate control withincreasingly efficient equipment, a multi-year replacement plan is necessary.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 300,000 - Other - - Total $ 300,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete then find picture in your files… AF Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… then double click picture to insert. Design: Implementation: 2017/2018 Funding Sources: Fund 201 State Office Building $ Amount 0% 0% 300,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Completing the project will reduce maintenance costs and $ (2,500) (5,000) (10,000) (12,500) (15,000)reduce energy consumption. ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Repair and spot replacement for carpet $ 1,000 3,000 5,000 7,000 9,000HVAC repairs 5,000 5,000 7,500 7,500 10,000Performance Measures:DNo leaks or drops in the system pressure over time. Easier cleaning by custodial contractor; no complaints from lessees. Increased energyefficiency and content state staffers.Notes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 622 South Oaks San Angelo Texas 17
  • Water Billing and Customer Service Office RemodelingResponsible Division: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - 500,000 500,000 - - - - - $ 1,000,000Description:Remodel the existing building to provide for a modern work environment by replacing electrical wiring, restrooms, new work areas for customerservice representatives and billing personnel, exterior repairs and painting, handicapped accessibly entrance, increased security for cashcollections.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design 100,000 - Construction 900,000 - Other - - Total $ 1,000,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, AF then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Design: 2013 Implementation: end-2014 Funding Sources: Water CIP Fund $ Amount 0% 0% 1,000,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Undetermined $ - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Undetermined $ -Performance Measure:D20 employees currently occupy the building. This will create a better working environment for these employees that assist in approximately 50,000call-ins a year. Remodeling the building will also impact the 30,000 walk-in customers that access the building annually.Notes:The facility will be evaluated for remodeling or replacement. Construction planned for the end of 2014.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 122 W. 1st St. San Angelo Texas 18
  • Fire Station #4 ReconstructionResponsible Dept: Fire Project Manager: Brian DunnFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - - 2,580,000 - - - - $ 2,580,000Description:Relocate Fire Station #4 and reconstruct. Station 4 was constructed in 1965 and has never been improved. A fire truck cannot be purchased thatwill fit in the engine bay of Station 4. Additionally, the station will be made gender compliant. The city has been in discussions with GAFB aboutbuilding the station on the corner of Bell Street and Paint Rock Road. There are several items the city will have to address if this location isapproved. We will have to re-fence the area, move some water boxes, and move a gas main. We will also be responsible for some paving. Weare looking for alternate locations at this time in case this site falls through.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land 80,000 3,684 T Design 65,000 - Construction 2,435,000 - Other - Total $ 2,580,000 $ 3,684 Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, then click Browse… AF Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Design: Implementation: 2014 Funding Sources: General Fund C.O. $ 100% Amount 0% 2,580,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ -Performance Measures:DImproved response time, lower the ISO ratingNotes:Improved response times and geographically locating fire stations has an impact on the citys ISO rating. The ISO rating is the rating system inwhich insurance companies base their insurance premiums to commercial and residential customers. The City of San Angelo will be graded in thesummer of 2008. The city should get an improved rating which will in turn reduce premiums for the citizens and businesses in the City of SanAngelo.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 702 E. Ave. L San Angelo Texas 19
  • Fire Training FacilityResponsible Dept: Fire Project Manager: Brian DunnFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - 1,200,000 1,400,000 - - - - - $ 2,600,000Description:A new fire training facility located behind the animal shelter on U.S. 67 North. This facility will have a classroom and office building and a fire burnbuilding. This facility will replace the current training center on Avenue L that is approaching 50 years of age. The current training center is located onthe Concho river across from the city water intake. TCEQ has basically shut down many of our fire training operations because of the proximity of theriver.Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction 2,600,000 - Other - - AF Total $ 2,600,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… Design: 0% then find picture in your files… then double click picture to insert. Implementation: 0% Funding Sources: Amount Federal EDA Grant $ 1,200,000 General Fund Bond $ 1,400,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18At this point there isnt any impact to the operating budget $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 $ - - - - -DPerformance Measures:The ability to train current personnel and future personnelNotes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) Behind 3142 u.s. 67 north San Angelo Texas 20
  • Auditorium RenovationResponsible Dept: Civic Events Project Manager: Angelica PenaFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - 1,435,803 2,314,197 - - - - $ 3,750,000Description:Renovation of City Auditorium. This project includes shared costs with the City Hall renovation for the HVAC system. The balance of the availablefunds will address needs that include a fire suppression system, ceiling repairs, restroom renovations, theatrical lighting, rigging and sound systems,and aesthetics. The architect is determining which of those needs can be afforded with the $1.7 million that remains. Future improvements will becoordinated with the San Angelo Performing Arts Coalition, which is raising funds to address those needs. To date, improvements made are theinstallation of the Central plant (HVAC system) and some minor plumbing issues have been addressed.Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 334,500 334,500 Construction 3,415,500 1,101,303 Other - - AF Total $ 3,750,000 $ 1,435,803 Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in Project Schedule: % Complete the menu bar, then Object… Click on the tab Create from File, Design: 2011 100% then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Implementation: 2014 30% Funding Sources: Amount Half cent sales tax $ 3,750,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Likely none. The City is expected to execute an agreement $ - - - - -with SAPAC for the operation of the venue once it reopens.That agreement will include clauses to ensure that City Rexpenses are wholly reimbursed.Operating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18None. $ - - - - -Performance Measures:DSAPAC believes a fully renovated facility will result in continuous use of the venue throughout the calendar year. In years past, the venue hasaccommodated approximately 65 events per year.Notes:The City and SAPAC have entered into an agreement as of December 2012Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 72 W. College Ave. San Angelo Texas 21
  • Fairgrounds Livestock BarnResponsible Dept: Civic Events Project Manager: Angelica PenaFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - 1,000,000 - - - - - $ 1,000,000Description:At the request of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo Association, a $1 million initiative to build a new livestock barn to replace the Qualtrust Barnat the San Angelo Fairgrounds was included in the most recent half-cent sales tax initiative. Voters approved that initiative. Demolition of the currentfacility and construction of the new barn will begin following this years rodeo and stock show. The facility is expected to be available for use during nextyears stock show.Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 75,000 68,511 Construction 925,000 499,610 Other - - AF Total $ 1,000,000 $ 568,121 Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in Project Schedule: % Complete the menu bar, then Object… Click on the tab Create from File, Design: 2011 91% then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Implementation: 2012 25% Funding Sources: Amount Half cent sales tax $ 1,000,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18The barn will be operated and mainted by SASSRA, so there $ - - - - -will be no impact on the Citys budget, though the facilitywill allow for growth of the stock show, which generates a Rhuge amount of sales and hotel tax revenue for the City.Operating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Because the barn is operated by the SASSRA, there would $ - - - - -be no impact on the Citys budget.Performance Measures:DIncreased number of exhibitors at the annual stock show by approximately 200.Notes:This project is being driven by the SASSRA.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 4608 Grape Creek Road San Angelo Texas 22
  • Coliseum ImprovementsResponsible Dept: Civic Events Project Manager: Angelica PenaFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 60,000 - - - - - $ 60,000Description:There are various improvements that need to be made to the Coliseum in order to properly maintain the facility. These improvements includespotlights, three new urinals, and a forklift. The spotlights that we currently have are at least 25 years old, inadequate, and parts are becomingincreasingly hard to find. We need 3 @ $7K a piece ($21,000). Three urinals at the coliseum need to be replaced as they currently leak and arerusted. 3 @ $2K a piece ($6,000). Lastly, we need to replace our existing forklift. Our current forklift is barely operable and requires numerous hours ofstaff time to keep it running. It is used almost daily and with our upcoming indoor football season, it will be in high demmand. ($33,000)Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction - - Other 60,000 - AF Total $ 60,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… Design: 0% then find picture in your files… then double click picture to insert. Implementation: 0% Funding Sources: Amount HOT fund balance $ 60,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Significant staff time is currently used in order to keep the $ - - - - -current forklight operable. Approx $3,300 in labor would be Rsaved.Operating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 $ - - - - -DPerformance Measures:Notes:Civic Events could potentially recoup $3-$5K by selling our current forklift through an online auction.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 50 E. 43rd St. San Angelo Texas 23
  • Coliseum Roof RehabilitationResponsible Dept: Civic Events Project Manager: Angelica PenaFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 545,000 - - - - - $ 545,000Description:Foster Communications Coliseum has served this community well for 54 years. Theres no reason why it shouldnt serve San Angelo another 50 years… but only if it is properly maintained. The venues roof was recoated in 2001, though that project replaced foam on only 5 percent of the surface area.According to the company that then did that work, other areas of the original roof foam have since deteriorated because of a combination of wind, sun,weather and substrate movement. The roof substrate is close to realizing its expected life. That contractor recommends 100 percent of the roof shouldbe refoamed and recoated at an estimated cost of nearly $500,000. Without the rehabilitation, the community would eventually be looking at spendingtens of millions of dollars on a new venue.Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 37,500 - Construction 507,500 - Other - - Total $ 545,000 $ - the menu bar, then Object… then click Browse… AF Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in Project Schedule: Click on the tab Create from File, Design: Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Implementation: % Complete 0% 0% Funding Sources: Amount Half-cent sales tax, certificates of obligation or $ 545,000 general bonds, hotel occupancy taxes.Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No money is currently being spent on the roof, so there is no $ - - - - - Rimpact on the budget.Operating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18The work must eventually be done unless the City is willing $ - - - - -to invest tens of millions of dollars in a new venue.DPerformance Measures:The Coliseum hosts approximately 40 events per year, drawing more than 80,000 people.Notes:The SASSRA would certainly have a vested interest in seeing this project completed. The original estimate of $500,000 is 3 years old. I am adding a3% increase per year to keep up with rising costs of material and labor. 24
  • Convention Center ImprovementsResponsible Dept: Civic Events Project Manager: Angelica PenaFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - 36,831 83,069 - - - - - $ 119,900Description:There are several key improvements that need to be made to the Convention Center in order to properly preserve & maintain the Citys most oft usedfacility . The renovation did not include the replacement of its 1978 marquee, which shows its age. The sign should be replaced with a modern-daydigital marquee. ($45,000) Secondly, a security system has never been installed and is greatly needed in order to protect the taxpayers investment.($50,000) Next, the Convention Center is in dire need of new tables and chair carts. More tables would eliminate the need to borrow tables from theStock Show & Rodeo Association or the Fort. ($13,400) Lastly, the foyer/box office area has a large area of wall space that at one time was occupiedwith several small flat screen TVs. The purchase of a large 90" flat screen would offer opportuniutes for advertising revenue, informational posts, andoverall a more attractive appearance. ($11,500)Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction - - Other 119,900 - AF Total $ 119,900 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… Design: 0% then find picture in your files… then double click picture to insert. Implementation: 0% Funding Sources: Amount Hotel occupany tax fund balance and half cent $ 119,900 sales tax left over from convention center renovat ion ($83,069 HOT, $36,831 half cent)Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Utilizing the digital marquee would cut down on the staff $ - - - - -time that is currently being used to change out the message. RApprox $1,200 could be saved annually.Operating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 $ - - - - -DPerformance Measures:Result & Efficiency: A new marquee would allow us to spolight more events, give us another tool for disseminating information and could yieldcost-efficiencies as a revenue generator through the selling of advertisements on itNotes:Citywise marketing may be able to help us recover costs by leveraging a sponsor who would have a static presence on the marquee. In addition theymay be able to sell advertising on the large flat screen TV.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 500 Rio Concho Drive San Angelo Texas 25
  • Santa Fe Train Depot - ImprovementsResponsible Division: Real Estate Division/Office of City Attorney Project Manager: Cindy M. PreasFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 21,238 20,000 15,000 22,500 22,500 25,000 $ 126,238Description:The Historic Santa Fe Passenger Depot is on the National Register of Historic Places, and as such is an integral part of the Citys history. It isimperative that the City preserve the integrity of this great landmark. The Historic Orient-Santa Fe Depot was built in 1909 as the headquarters forthe Texas Corporation of the KCM&O. The City acquired the historic building on November 15, 1993 and soon entered into a lease with the HistoricSanta Fe Depot, Inc. for management of the historic building. The Depot celebrated its 100th anniversary in September 2010 and it remains one ofthe most recognized and photographed landmarks in the City. Projects include Labor costs to replace damaged roof tiles ($12,500); termitetreatment ($4,238), install new security lights (2,500), Repair Interior Ceiling ($2,000), Install Automated Fresh Air Intake and Exhaust ($10,000),Repave/Seal Blacktop ($10,000), Install Ductless Air Conditioning System ($15,000) and Painting Exterior ($45,000).Supporting planning document(s):Annual Building Inspection Form Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date T ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction - Other 126,238 - Total $ 126,238 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… AF Click on the tab Create from File, then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Project Schedule: Design: Implementation: 2014 Funding Sources: Undetermined $ % Complete Amount 0% 0% 126,238Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Replacement of broken tile/leaks due to weather $ 21,238 20,000 15,000 22,500 22,500Exterior Painting every 8-10 years ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18None $ - - - - -Performance Measure:DIncrease in visitor and public bookings.Notes:In April 2008, a major storm hit San Angelo, causing damage to the tile roof, three ceiling water blisters in the interior, window damage, and dormerdamage. Subsequently, the damage has progressed. Additionally, parking lot shows signs of stress due to the weight of transit buses. In 2009, theCity spent $49,360 in painting the exterior of the Depot and installing new gutters. In 2012 the City repaired the dormer windows and purchasedreplacement roof tiles.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 703 S. Chadbourne San Angelo Texas 26
  • Spur Parking Garage Renovation and RepairResponsible Division: Real Estate Div./Office of the City Attorney Project Manager: Cindy PreasFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 1,825,000 - - - - - $ 1,825,000Description:The Spur Parking Garage services the downtown area including the new Stephen Central Library. The Spur Parking Garage must be renovated andrepaired to meet City code regulations. Project: Primary Structural Steel Members must be: Cleaned and Sandblasted; apply coating and paint forrust protection; reinforce and/or replace specific structural steel members. Replacing existing staircase in its entirety. In addition, include thedemolition of existing second, third and fourth level floor systems. Floor system removal will include removal or existing steel decks and reinforcedconcrete support slabs. Other features may include removal of any existing light poles and fixtures, restriping, tire stop replacement and updatedsigns.Supporting planning document(s):Forensic Report, Construction Documents of Plans and Specifications, Survey, Lab Testing, Attorney Fees Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date T ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 50,000 - Construction 1,500,000 - Other 275,000 - Total $ 1,825,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… AF Click on the tab Create from File, then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Project Schedule: Design: Implementation: 2014 Funding Sources: Undetermined $ % Complete Amount 0% 0% 1,825,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18An increase in maint - annual testing of support beams $ 35,000 $ 35,000 $ 35,000 $ 35,000 $ 35,000(Per Structural Engineer) ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Loss of Revenue - Garage closed $ 20,000 $ 20,000 $ 20,000 $ 20,000 $ 20,000Performance Measure:DPublic SafetyProperty Revenue will increase based on rental parking slots.Notes:In October 2010, the structural integrity of the Sppur Parking Garage was assessed to determine the factors contributing to the corrosion of steelcomponents. On March 5, 2011, floors 2-4 were closed and use prohibited after load analysis revealed the primary structural building steelcomponents cannot withstand the associated loading and will require bracing in the transverse direction.It is recommended the project be completed in one phase ($1,825,000). If project is broken up into three phases costs are considerably higher($2,950,000). Saving if completed as one phase $1,125,000Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 30 W Twohig Avenue San Angelo Texas 27
  • 29th Street Complex RenovationResponsible Division: Parks & Recreation Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - - 1,650,000 - - - - $ 1,650,000Description:The intent of the renovation is to co-locate Lake View and Northern Little Leagues at the 29th Street Complex location in order to maximize efficiencies, minimizemaintenance costs and to provide these leagues with new fields and facilities. The current intent is to develop two small complexes with three fields each (two standardand one t-ball) with separate concession and restrooms or one four-field quad with a shared building with restrooms and possibly separate concessions and twoseparate t-ball fields. Of course parking, lighting and other improvements would need to be made.Lake View Little League currently plays on three fields (two standardand one t-ball) on SAISD property east of Lake View High School. The City provides all landscape maintenance. The League provides facility maintenance andprogramming. Relocation of Lake View Little League would eliminate the City’s cost of maintenance at this location which currently runs about $36,000/year. NorthernLittle League currently plays on one field at the 29th Street Complex (the only field remaining after the complex was converted to mostly open space) and four fields atthe 19th Street location (counting the challenger field). The City provides all landscape maintenance. The League provides facility maintenance and programming.Relocation of Northern Little League and conversion of the 19th Street location to practice fields (challenger field to remain) would reduce the City’s cost for maintenancefrom about $48,000/year to roughly $20,000/year. The current cost to maintain the 29th Street Complex is about $60,000 (down from about $120,000 prior toconversion). Again, the City only provides landscape maintenance at this location which is leased from the United States Army Corps of Engineers.Supporting planning document(s):2001 and 2005 Parks and Recreation Master Plan T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 100,000 - Construction 1,550,000 - AF Other - - Total $ 1,650,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, Design: 2014/2015 0% then click Browse… Implementation: 2014/2015 0% Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Funding Sources: Amount Type B Sales Tax $ 1,650,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Operations and Maintenance $ 50,000 60,000 70,000 80,000 90,000 RClose Lake View Little League (36,000) (36,000) (36,000) (36,000) (36,000)Reduce Northern Little League (28,000) (28,000) (28,000) (28,000) (28,000)Operating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - -DPerformance Measure:To increase the number of fields from 4 practice fields to 4 fully-improved little league and 2 t-ball fields; to allow for approximately 55 teams to play atthe renovated complex; to allow for approximately 550 children to participate in little league baseball at the complex.Notes:Project currently on hold, as of December 2012, due to maintenance cost commitment.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 2929 Golf Course Rd San Angelo Texas 28
  • Community Aquatics FacilityResponsible Dept: Recreation Project Manager: MaryAnn VasquezFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 500,000 2,762,422 - - - - - $ 3,262,422Description:Build a regional water park for all ages to promote tourism and economic growth in San Angelo. The City of San Angelo maintains and operates oneMunicipal Swimming Pool, built in 1938. A Community Aquatics Facility would provide the City of San Angelo and the region with a new recreationalattraction with all the elements of a major water theme park. The new Aquatics Facility will be constructed on City-owned land along the Concho Riverenhancing the river. The park will provide an additional entertainment venue for the citizens of San Angelo and the Concho Valley region during the hotsummer months. Security system installed December 2012. Landscaping is remaining.Supporting planning document(s):Parks and Recreation Open Space Master Plans 2001 and 2005 Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date T ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 255,000 270,565 Construction 2,650,000 2,789,318 Other 357,422 177,539 Total $ 3,262,422 $ 3,237,422 Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, AF then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Design: March 2011 Construction: May 2011-2012 Opening: April 2012 Funding Sources: 4B Half-Cent Sales Tax Funds Donation from Historic Preservation and $ $ Amount 99% 0% 0% 3,241,197 21,225 Old Town ConservancyOperating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Salaries $ 155,500 $ 160,000 165,000 170,000 175,000Utilities 80,000 85,000 90,000 95,000 100,000Operations and Maintenance 55,000 60,000 65,000 70,000 75,000 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Loss of revenue from existing pool $ 50,000 52,000 54,000 56,000 58,000Performance Measures:Estimated revenue of $122,000.DNotes:Project substantially complete April 2012 and opened Memorial weekend. Revenues for the season exceeded expectations at $188,000.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 18 E. Ave A San Angelo Texas 29
  • Air Conditioning at Recreation CentersResponsible Division: Parks and Recreation Project Manager: MaryAnn VasquezFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - - 500,000 - - - - $ 500,000Description:Install air conditioning units at each Recreation Center (Carl Ray and Southside). Currently the centers do not have air conditioning, the gyms andmeetings do have heating. The summer temperatures in the gym reach over 100 degrees. The gyms are rarely used until 6 pm because of theextreme heating conditions. All programming takes place in the mornings before Noon, limiting the number of paid campers to 60. Limited athleticprograms take place after 6 pm but the gyms are still extremely hot for players and fans.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date T ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction - - Other 500,000 - Total $ 500,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, AF then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Design: 2014 Implementation: 2014 Funding Sources: Undetermined $ Amount 0% 0% 500,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increased electrical costs $ 50,000 55,000 60,000 65,000 70,000Increased revenue for summer camps & sport leagues (12,500) (12,500) (12,500) (12,500) (12,500)Operations and Maintenance ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - -Performance Measure:Increase the revenue program opportunities to include the use of the gym, currently no program takes place from Noon-6:00 pm.DNotes:2-22-12: have had discussions with facilities maintenance about installation of cool roof and other alternatives that may be cost effective in cooling thegym portion of the building.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 111 Santa Fe Park Drive San Angelo Texas 2) Ben Ficklin San Angelo Texas 30
  • Youth Soccer Complex at Glenna StResponsible Dept: Parks & Recreation Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $195,000 75,000 - - - - - $ 270,000Description:Phase I-Lighting of two areas to include four additional fields. Increase participation for league and tournament play, with a direct economic impact onthe sales tax dollars. Opportunity to invite and host more teams during league and tournament games. Installation of 1000 ft safety fence along GlennaStreet to prevent errant balls from landing in the street, providing safety for the players and fans.Phase II-Repair of large parking lot, overlay and re-striping of current parking lot. Games attract a large number of fans. Addressing the limitedparking and unmarked spaces will prevent accidents.Supporting planning document(s):Parks and Recreation Open Space Master Plans 2001 and 2005 Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 270,000 195,000 Other - - Total $ 270,000 $ 195,000 Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, Design: 100% AF then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Implementation: Phase I Phase II Funding Sources: Type B Sales Tax $ Amount 72% 100% 0% 270,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Maintenance provided by SASA $ - - - - -No ImpactOperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 RNo Impact $ - - - - -Performance Measures:Increase the number of games which can be played in the evening by up to six, depending on the time of yearDNotes:Phase I Improvements - irrigation, lighting, and safety fence were completed and installed in March 2008. Phase II parking lot paving and additionalparking improvements are anticipated to be completed in 13/14. NOTE: Phase II is awaiting coordination with the San Angelo Soccer Association(SASA) who is covering 1/2 of the cost of the project. As of December 2012, we are still waiting on SASA for their matching funds.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 1601 Glenna St San Angelo Texas 31
  • Police Department Administration BuildingResponsible Dept: Police Department Project Manager: Chief Tim VasquezFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 135,067 - 25,775,000 - - - $ 25,910,067Description:The current HQ building was constructed in 1963 and was originally designed to house the Police Dept., Municipal Court, and a City Jail. At the present time, the SAPDis housed in six separate facilities. In 2011 an architect firm completed a feasibility analysis of the current facility and future needs. The analysis cited the followingdeficiencies: 1. Lack of adequate square footage 2. Lack of code compliance (ADA and Life Safety) 3. Separation of public and staff areas 4. Inadequate buildingsystems (electrical, plumbing, HVAC, etc) 5. Lack of public and staff parking 6. Structural concerns (both at HQ bldg. and auxiliary facilities. The probable steps in theproject are: 1. Site selections and acquisition 2. Design 3. Construction. A HQ building of approximately 108,000 sq. ft. and a parking structure are suggested. Sitecosts are estimated at $775,000 to $2 million. HQ Building cost at $22 to $23 million ($220 to $230 sq.ft.) and parking structure $1.25 to $1.75 million..Supporting planning document(s):Assessment & Feasibility analysis are available upon request. Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land 775,000 - T Design 500,000 Construction 24,500,000 - Other 135,067 135,067 Total $ 25,910,067 $ 135,067 Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, then click Browse… AF Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Design: 2013 Implementation: 2014 Funding Sources: General Fund Future General Fund C.O. $ Amount 0.5% 135,067 $ 25,775,000 0%Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 $ (10,000) (20,000) (35,000) (60,000) (60,000)Reductions are expected in the departments operating budget. Buildingmaintenance and repairs will decrease as well as some personnel costs. Nosavings would be expected until construction is competed and will flatten oncemaximum savings is achieved ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increases in the maintenance and upkeep of the current faclity will occur until $ 30,000 40,000 50,000 50,000 50,000a new facility is constructed or major renovations are completed at the currentbulding. Systems such as HVAC, Plumbing and Electrical will need updatingas will ADA compliance issues. (increase to current budget is listed) --renovations would increase the estimated costs by 3 to 5 times the amountslistedDPerformance Measure:Notes:The original needs assessment and feasibility study was completed mid 2011. This confirmed the SAPDs assertion that new facilities were needed.City council members were invited to tour current facilities and were thoroughly convinced a new facility was in order. The City Manager and AssistantCity managers were on board with re-evaluating a new police facilities placement on the CIP list.While the cost of new construction is high, the cost of acceptable renovations would equal or exceed the cost of constructions, and still not addressparking and home land security preferences for public safety facilities. Moving forward with new facilities in a timely fashion will also save money inthe long run. Construction costs are estimated to increase 4% annually.25% reduction in total utility costs (+/- $25,000) ---- 33% reduction in maintenance personnel (+/- $35,000) --- Revenue increases from communityroom rental ($7,500) ---- Increased revenue from additional training program ($3000) -- the value of increased service/accessibility to the public cantbe measured nor can the safety and security afforded by modern faciltiies. Potential for litigations should also be a concern (ADA or injury litigation)but again these things cant be measured.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 401 E. Beauregard San Angelo Texas 32
  • Boat Storage DockResponsible Dept: Police Department Project Manager: Chief Tim VasquezFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 75,000 - - - - - $ 75,000Description:The San Angelo Police Department Lake Patrol is in need of a boat storage dock on Lake Nasworthy. Currently the boats are stored offsite. Whenthe Lake Patrol Officer receives a call on Lake Nasworthy, they must first go to the storage facility to retrieve the boat. It takes an average of 20minutes from the time the call is received to the time the boat is on the water. With a boat dock on Lake Nasworthy the responding officer will be ableto go straight to the lake and drop the boat in the water. This will cut 20 minutes off the response time to an emergency on the lake.Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 5,000 - Construction 70,000 - Other - - AF Total $ 75,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… Design: 0% then find picture in your files… then double click picture to insert. Implementation: 0% Funding Sources: Amount Undetermined $ 75,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Cut storage rental fees $ (1,560) (1,560) (1,560) (1,560) (1,560)Electricity 700 725 750 775 800 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18None $ - - - - -DPerformance Measures:Decrease response time to emergency calls on Lake Nasworthy by 20 minutes.Notes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) San Angelo Texas 33
  • Mobile Command Center Storage FacilityResponsible Dept: Police Department Project Manager: Chief Tim VasquezFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 60,000 - - - - - $ 60,000Description:The Police Department has a mobile command center that is used at various events around the city and at critical calls. It is currently housed at theCity Shop but is not covered. There is a lot of electronic equipment mounted on top and on the sides of the command center that need to beprotected from the weather. Being exposed to the sun also is causing damage to the exterior of the command center. This command center needs toable to be deployed anytime under any circumstances. The storage facility would protect it from dangerous weather and allow it to be ready to bedeployed when needed.Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction 60,000 - Other - - AF Total $ 60,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… Design: 0% then find picture in your files… then double click picture to insert. Implementation: 0% Funding Sources: Amount Undetermined $ 60,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Cost of electric service to the facility $ 900 925 950 975 1,000 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18None $ - - - - -DPerformance Measures:Notes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 401 E. Beauregard San Angelo Texas 34
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  • Bradford Neighborhood & School ParkResponsible Division: Parks Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total 175,000 - - - - - $ 175,000Description:To develop the existing undeveloped property adjacent to the new Bradford Elementary School (property owned by SAISD) as a neighborhood andschool park. Development would include a small pavilion or picnic shelter, some unique playground equipment to complement the equipment at theschool, walkways, practice ball field space, some lighting, some irrigation, and some other basic park amenities.Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 5,000 - Construction 170,000 - Other - - Total $ 175,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. AF Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, Design: 2013 0% then click Browse… Implementation: Spring 2014 0% Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Funding Sources: Amount 1/2 cent $ 175,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Operations and Maintenance $ - 17,500 17,850 18,200 18,550 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - -Performance Measure:DTo create park visitation to an anticipated rate of 10,830 visitors each year.Notes:Joint park development project with SAISD. Interlocal cooperation agreement with SAISD should be complete in March 2013. Design process willbegin after that.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 1202 E. 22nd St. San Angelo Texas 36
  • Brentwood Neighborhood Park RenovationResponsible Dept: Parks Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - - 275,000 - - - $ 275,000Description:Renovate the existing neighborhood park with a picnic shelter/pavilion, a playground, walkways, lighting, and landscaping. This project was identifiedas needed due to several reasons: the playground equipment does not meet current national safety standards and has outlived its reasonablelifespan of up to twenty years; walkways are not fully accessible; picnic shelter/pavilions are recognized as highly needed by both the 2001 and 2005updated Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master Plan; the existing irrigation system is poor; park and security lighting needs to be improved; andthe aesthetic quality of the park needs to be improved. This project will also include development of the 2003, 4 acre addition to this park with theJefferson Street pond with walkways, pond access, picnic tables, benches, etc. Brentwood Park was developed in the late 1950s and early 1960s.Supporting planning document(s):2001 and 2005 updated Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master PlanParks Department internal needs assessments T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 10,000 - Construction 265,000 - Other - - AF Total $ 275,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in Project Schedule: % Complete the menu bar, then Object… Click on the tab Create from File, Design: 0% then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Implementation: 2014/2015 0% Funding Sources: Amount Type B sales tax $ 275,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Based on renovation value. $ - - 15,000 15,250 15,500Operations and Maintenance ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - -Performance Measures:DIncrease park visitation from an estimated 10,830 visitors each year to an estimated 16,245 visitors each yearNotes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 1300 Block Howard San Angelo Texas 37
  • Brown Neighborhood Park RenovationResponsible Dept: Parks Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - - 175,000 - - - $ 175,000Description:Renovate the existing neighborhood park with a picnic shelter/pavilion, a playground, walkways, lighting, and landscaping. This project was identifiedas needed due to several reasons: the playground equipment does not meet current national safety standards and has outlived its reasonablelifespan of up to twenty years; walkways are not fully accessible; picnic shelter/pavilions are recognized as highly needed by both the 2001 and 2005updated Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master Plan; the existing irrigation system is poor; park and security lighting needs to be improved; andthe aesthetic quality of the park needs to be improved. Brown Park was developed in 1952 and has not been renovated since that time.Supporting planning document(s):2001 and 2005 updated Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master PlanParks Department internal needs assessments T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 5,000 - Construction 170,000 - Other - - AF Total $ 175,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in Project Schedule: % Complete the menu bar, then Object… Click on the tab Create from File, Design: 2015 0% then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Implementation: 2016 0% Funding Sources: Amount Type B sales tax $ 175,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Operations and Maintenance $ - - - 12,000 12,500Based on renovation value. ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - -Performance Measures:DIncrease park visitation from an estimated 5,415 visitors each year to an estimated 10,830 visitors each yearNotes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 300 Block Johnson Street and W Twohig Ave. San Angelo Texas 38
  • Central Control IrrigationResponsible Dept: Parks & Recreation Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - 110,500 - - - - - $ 110,500Description:The City recently purchased the components needed to set up the new Rio Concho Sports Complex and Community Park with a central controlirrigation system. Parks staff is installing, in-house, the central control irrigation system controller at 18 park and sports field sites (22 controllers). Thistype of computerized automated system will allow the staff to control the settings, troubleshoot, receive data on problematic irrigation systems, monitorand utilize evapotranspiration data, etc. from a single office location. The conservation of water and the reduction of costs will be greatly improved withthis new system. Substantial amounts of time (labor), fuel, and water will be saved. In addition, this controller system could also be used in futureyears to monitor/control lights at these locations, which would decrease the costs for labor, fuel, and electricity as well.Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 10,000 - Construction - Other 100,500 104,611 Total $ 110,500 $ 104,611 Insert a picture of your proposed project here. AF Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, Design: 100% then click Browse… Implementation: 2013 95% Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Funding Sources: Amount Type B sales tax $110,500Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18General fund savings for labor, fuel, and water $ (54,000) (56,700) (59,500) (62,200) (64,900)(Funds listed describe cost savings per year) ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Labor, fuel, and water $ - 2,700 5,500 8,200 10,900Performance Measure:DAnnual water costs decreased up to 20% at these sites; Labor reduced by 450 man hours; Fuel reduced by 100 gallons for the Irrigation crews.Notes:The cost for purchasing and installing central control systems is $5,000 per irrigation controller site. Parks is requesting 22 sites. As of December2012, project is 95% complete and should be fully completed March 2013.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) City wide San Angelo Texas 39
  • Civic League Park, Additional Improvements (IWLC Basin 4)Responsible Dept: Parks & Recreation Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 115,000 - - - - - $ 115,000Description:This improvement was programmed during the design of the last expansion of the International Waterlily Collection. A shortage of funding however didnot permit its implementation. Specifically, this improvement project includes the addition of the fourth raised basin in the northeast quadrant of thecollection site (see picture below). Design was completed in 2004, however that design is being modified to be completed at a later date.Supporting planning document(s):Design plans complete from 2004 T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction 100,000 - Other 15,000 - Total $ 115,000 $ - AF Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Click on the tab Create from File, then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Project Schedule: Design: 2013 Implementation: 2013/2014 % Complete 0% 0% Funding Sources: Amount Grant Funding $ 100,000 San Angelo Area Foundation $ 15,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increased use of water, supplies, electricity, and cleaning $ - 2,000 2,050 2,100 2,150 ROperations and MaintenanceOperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18N/A $ - - - - -DPerformance Measures:Increase the number of lilies displayed from 210 to 240 at the collection displayIncrease the number of visitors from an estimated 12,635 each year to an estimated 14,440 each yearNotes: 40
  • Fairmount Cemetery -- Phase I ImprovementsResponsible Dept: Parks & Recreation Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - - 600,000 - - - - $ 600,000Description:Phase I of the Friends of Fairmount Master Plan recommended improvements which includes a new wider and more attractive entrance to FairmountCemetery and the first set of 2 columbaria (2 out of 6) on a closed internal road on the south side of the cemetery. The project includes design,construction and some limited landscaping.Supporting planning document(s):Friends of Fairmount Cemetery Master Plan adopted by City Council on July 17, 2012. T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 60,000 - Construction 500,000 - Other 40,000 - AF Total $ 600,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… Design: 0% then find picture in your files… then double click picture to insert. Implementation: 0% Funding Sources: Amount Friends of Fairmount funding $ 600,000 UndeterminedOperating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Operations and Maintenance $ - - 5,000 5,100 5,200 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 $ - - - - -DPerformance Measures:allow for new revenue stream with sale of columbaria niches estimated at $25,000/year for over 20 years.increase safety and thus reduce accidents entering and exiting the cemetery.Notes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 1120 West Avenue N. San Angelo Texas 41
  • Hilltop Trail at Lake NasworthyResponsible Dept: Parks & Recreation Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 200,000 - - - - - $ 200,000Description:This project includes the development of a 1.5 mile trail on the top of the hill at Hillside Drive and Gun Club Road. The proposed trail would be about14 feet wide and constructed of crushed limestone. Signage would also be included.Supporting planning document(s):Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan adopted by City Council on October 16, 2012. T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 15,000 - Construction 180,000 - Other 5,000 - AF Total $ 200,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… Design: 0% then find picture in your files… then double click picture to insert. Implementation: 0% Funding Sources: Amount TPWD Trails Grant $ 160,000 Lake Nasworthy Trust Fund Interest Earnings $40,000 AccountOperating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Ongoing Maintenance $ - 4,000 4,100 4,200 4,300 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18None $ - - - - -DPerformance Measures:Improve safety by reducing pedestrian traffic off Hillside DriveNotes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 2100 Gun Club Rd. San Angelo Texas 42
  • Middle Concho Park Main Boat Ramp ImprovementsResponsible Dept: Parks and Recreation Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 471,000 - - - - - $ 471,000Description:Project includes the complete renovation of the main boating ramp at Middle Concho Park at Lake Nasworthy. The ramp would be widened from 2 to 4lanes, additional parking would be provided, a new restroom facility with showers would be added, lighting improvements made, new signage addedand improvements to walkways made and docking made. This project includes design work and permitting costs.Supporting planning document(s):Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan adopted by City Council on October 16, 2012. T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 34,000 - Construction 425,000 - Other 12,000 - AF Total $ 471,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… Design: 0% then find picture in your files… then double click picture to insert. Implementation: 0% Funding Sources: Amount TPWD State Boating Access Grant $ 353,250 Lake Nasworthy Trust Fund Interest Earnings $ 117,750 AccountOperating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Operating and Maintenance $ - 5,000 5,100 5,200 5,300 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 $ - - - - -DPerformance Measures:increase the Middle Concho Park entrance gate fee revenues by an estimated 15-20 % due to increased usage.double the number of boats that can utilize the ramp at one time from 2 to 4.Notes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) Middle Concho East & West/Red Bluff Rd. San Angelo Texas 43
  • Red Arroyo TrailResponsible Dept: Parks & Recreation Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - 3,200,000 400,000 400,000 - - - $ 4,000,000Description:The Red Arroyo Trail project has been a dream for many for a long time. The vision for this project is to develop a multiple-use trail system along theRed Arroyo from Sherwood Way in the West to Knickerbocker Road in the East and South from the confluence near College Hills Blvd. to Sunset Drive.This project will provide for an excellent alternative transportation network as well as a fantastic amenity for recreation. Included with this project will bea 3-mile, 10 wide multiple-use trail (for non-motorized travel); three small parking areas; at least three small pocket parks; an 18-hole disc golf course;some landscaping; some lighting; signage; drinking fountains; benches; and possibly restroom facilities. As of December 2012, we are about 60%complete with design, which is being performed by City Staff.Supporting planning document(s):Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master Plan (2001) and Update (2005); San Angelo Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan (2005);MPO Bike and Pedestrian Trail Plan 2006. Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date T ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 300,000 - Construction 3,665,000 - Other 35,000 - Total $ 4,000,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… AF Click on the tab Create from File, then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Project Schedule: Design: 2012 Implementation: 2014/2015 Funding Sources: State Grant % Complete Amount 60% 0% $3,200,000 Type B sales tax $325,000 Stormwater funding $325,000 Private fundraising $150,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Based on proposed design and current rates of maintenance $ - - $75,000 $75,500 $76,000for lighting, landscape services, and general cleaning andOperations and Maintenance ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - -Performance Measures:Increase the number of non-motorized vehicle transportation connection by about 3 miles; generate an estimated 43,320 users each year.DNotes:$3,200,000 in funding secured from TPWD GrantLocation of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) varied -- runs from Sherwood Way in the West San Angelo Texas 2) to Knickerbocker in the East to Sunset Drive 3) in the South 44
  • Rio Vista Neighborhood Park RenovationResponsible Dept: Parks & Recreation Department Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 762,907 50,993 - - - - - - $ 813,900Description:Renovate the existing neighborhood park with a picnic shelter/pavilion, a playground, walkways, lighting, and landscaping. This project was identifiedas needed due to several reasons: the playground equipment does not meet current national safety standards and has outlived its reasonablelifespan of up to twenty years; walkways are not fully accessible; picnic shelter/pavilions are recognized as highly needed by both the 2001 and 2005updated Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master Plan; the existing irrigation system is in poor condition; park and security lighting needs to beimproved; and the aesthetic quality of the park needs to be improved. Rio Vista Park was developed in 1971 and has not been renovated since thattime. City to install playgrounds and trails in-house.Supporting planning document(s):2001 and 2005 updated Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master PlanParks Department internal needs assessments T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 65,000 65,000 Construction 748,900 697,907 Other - - Total $ 813,900 $ 762,907 Insert a picture of your proposed project here. AF Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, Design: Spring 2011 100% then click Browse… Implementation: Spring 2012 93% Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Completion: Spring 2013 Funding Sources: Amount Section 108 Loan & CDBG Funds $ 711,000 4B Half-Cent Sales Tax Funds $ 97,900 Donation from Architect $5,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Operations and Maintenance $ 15,000 15,750 16,500 17,250 18,000Based on some additional improvements to the park ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - -Performance Measures:DIncrease park visitation from an estimated 7,220 visitors each year to an estimated 12,635 visitors each yearNotes:Project is mostly complete. As of December 2012, contractor has reached substantial completion. City to install playgrounds and walking trail.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) Ben Ficklin Rd. and Ave. X San Angelo Texas 45
  • Rio Concho Community Park & Texas Bank Sports ComplexResponsible Dept: Parks & Recreation Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - - 85,000 - - 565,000 $ 650,000Description:This project is to add elements to the Rio Concho Community Park & Texas Bank Sports Complex that were originally envisioned such as a pavilionnext to the playgrounds and a restroom facility at quad 4. This project also includes a restroom at quad 2 which was not originally envisioned but isnow needed based on our experience with rentals, events and tournaments. The pavilion is needed because the park is intended to serve as acommunity park but currently cant meet that need unless a pavilion is added which would help to better host community events, private events andgeneral park usage.Supporting planning document(s):2012 Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan.Parks and Recreation internal needs assessment. T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 35,000 - Construction 615,000 - Other - - AF Total $ 650,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in Project Schedule: % Complete the menu bar, then Object… Click on the tab Create from File, Design: 0% then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Implementation: 2014 0% Funding Sources: Amount Type B sales tax $ 89,500 Undetermined $ 560,500Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Operations and maintenance. $ - 3,000 3,075 3,150 3,225 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - -Performance Measures:DPavilion: to increase community park attendance from an estimated 5,415 to an anticipated 14,600 visitors each year.Restrooms: to increase the number of tournaments, rentals and special events.Notes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 1822 River Dr. San Angelo Texas 46
  • Santa Rita Neighborhood Park RenovationResponsible Dept: Parks & Recreation Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - - - - 150,000 - - $ 150,000Description:Renovate the existing neighborhood park to meet the desires of the neighborhood (Greater Santa Rita Home Owners Association) and adjacentSanta Rita Elementary School. Improvements could likely include a new irrigation system, walkways, lighting, unique play features, tennis courtrefurbishment, picnic areas, some landscaping and general park improvements.Supporting planning document(s):2012 Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan.Parks and Recreation internal needs assessment. T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 10,000 - Construction 140,000 - Other - - AF Total $ 150,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in Project Schedule: % Complete the menu bar, then Object… Click on the tab Create from File, Design: 0% then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Implementation: 2016/2017 0% Funding Sources: Amount Type B sales tax $ 89,500 Homeowner Association fundraising $ 60,500Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Operations and Maintenance $ - - - 15,000 15,375 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - -Performance Measures:DTo create park visitation to an anticipated rate of 10,830 visitors each year.Notes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 1111 S. Madison St. San Angelo Texas 47
  • South Concho Park Main Boat Ramp ImprovementsResponsible Dept: Parks and Recreation Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 438,600 - - - - $ 438,600Description:Project includes the complete renovation of the main boating ramp at South Concho Park at Lake Nasworthy. The ramp would be widened from 2 to 4lanes, additional parking would be provided, a new restroom facility with showers would be added, lighting improvements made, new signage addedand improvements to walkways made and docking made. This project includes design work and permitting costs.Supporting planning document(s):Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan adopted by City Council on October 16, 2012. T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 32,000 - Construction 395,000 - Other 11,600 - AF Total $ 438,600 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… Design: 0% then find picture in your files… then double click picture to insert. Implementation: 0% Funding Sources: Amount TPWD State Boating Access Grant $ 328,950 Lake Nasworthy Trust Fund Interest Earnings $ 109,650 AccountOperating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Operating and Maintenance $ - - 8,000 8,150 8,300 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18None $ - - - - -DPerformance Measures:Double the number of boats that can utilize the ramp at one time from 2 to 4.Notes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 850 South Concho Dr. San Angelo Texas 48
  • Sunken Garden Park and Sculpture GardenResponsible Dept: Parks & Recreation Project Manager: Carl WhiteFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - - - - - 275,000 $0 $ 275,000Description:Landscape refurbishment of Sunken Garden Park with enhancements to improve access and enjoyment of the new Sculpture Garden. Improvementsto include a new irrigation system, new turf in targeted locations, improved accessibility with ramps and stairs, walkways to and around the sculpturesand improved lighting.Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 25,000 - Construction 250,000 - Other - - AF Total $ 275,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… Design: 2017 0% then find picture in your files… then double click picture to insert. Implementation: 2018 0% Funding Sources: Amount Undetermined $ 275,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18None $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18None $ - - - - -DPerformance Measures:increase visitation to the park and sculpture garden by about 12,000 visitors a year.Notes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) San Angelo Texas 49
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  • 2013-2018 CapitalImprovement Plan T Stormwater AF Projects RD 51
  • Storm Water Quality Improvement ProjectsResponsible Dept: Engineering Services Project Manager: Clinton BaileyFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - 700,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 23,300,000 $ 29,300,000Description:Construction of projects to address specific stormwater quality issues within major drainage-ways throughout San Angelo that have beenidentified through the analysis and modeling of data collected by stormwater monitoring stations.Supporting planning document(s):City of San Angelo Stormwater Management Plan and associated City Council approved stormwater budget. Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 30,000,000 - Other - - Total $ 30,000,000 $ -Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert Project Schedule: % Complete in the menu bar, then Object… File, then click Browse… AF and Ok. Click on the tab Create from Browse to your picture, then click Insert Design: Implementation: 2013 Funding Sources: Future stormwater utility fee Amount $ 30,000,000 0% 0%Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Operations and Maintenance $ 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ -Performance Measures:DA reduction in the measured levels of pollution within drainage ways and rivers throughout and downstream of San Angelo.Notes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) City wide San Angelo Texas 52
  • Storm Water Quality Improvement Projects - Sunset Lake ImprovementsResponsible Dept: Engineering Services Project Manager: Clinton BaileyFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 700,000 - $ 700,000Description:Sunset Lake acts as a stormwater retention/detention pond. Sampling and analysis through the Citys stormwater quality monitoring program hasresulted in the determination that stormwater discharges into Sunset Lake contain a significant amount of suspended solids (sediment) anddissolved solids (primarily nitrogen and phosphorus from fertilizer). Sunset Lake is no longer efficient in removing these contaminants becausesediment deposits have caused it to become "silted in". Shallow water depth and nutrient rich water and sediment result in the lake becomingcovered with moss and other aquatic vegetation during the summer months. This vegetation uses all of the available oxygen in the water whichhas resulted in several fish kills over the last several years and a continuous odor problem. The average depth of Sunset Lake is approximatelyfour (4) feet. This project would increase the depth of the lake to its original depth of approximately 8 feet and add components making moreefficient at removing contaminants from stormwater.Supporting planning document(s):City of San Angelo Stormwater Management Plan and associated City Council approved stormwater budget. Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 700,000 - Other - - Total $ 700,000 $ -Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in Project Schedule: % Complete the menu bar, then Object… then click Browse… AF Click on the tab Create from File, Design: 2013 Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Implementation: 2014 Funding Sources: Stormwater Utility Fee $ Amount 10% 0% -Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Cost associated with routine maintenance which includes $ - - - - 10,000draining Sunset Lake and removing sediment and debrisevery five years. ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Cost associated with removing vegetation debris from Sunset $ 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000Lake.Performance Measures:A reduction in the measured levels of pollution within drainage ways and rivers throughout and downstream of San Angelo.DNotes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) Between Loop 306 and Sunset Dr./Huntington San Angelo Texas 2) and Brook Hollow Ln. 53
  • Remediation of Drainage Issue: West Ave. P at Bryant Blvd.Responsible Division: Stormwater Project Manager: Clinton BaileyFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - 700,000 1,300,000 - - - - $ 2,000,000Description:During storm events, an excessive amount of street flow occurs across Bryant Blvd. flowing down Ave. P. The existing culverts under Bryantdischarge directly onto Ave. P, and after crossing Bryant, the flow continues to the east along Ave P, cuts through an alley between Ave P and Q,the continues south in a channel between Irving St. and Chadbourne St. until in reaches the Red Arroyo. Remediation of this drainage problemconsists of the construction of drainage improvements including street re-grading, culvert modification and subsurface drainage systeminstallation.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land 50,000 - T Design - - Construction 1,950,000 - Other - - Total $ 2,000,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete AF Click on the tab Create from File, then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Design: Implementation: Funding Sources: General Fund $ 100% Amount 0% 2,000,000 Undetermined $ -Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ -Performance Measure:DReduce flood hazards to protect property and the health, safety and welfare of the public.Notes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) W. Ave. P at Bryant San Angelo Texas 54
  • 2013-2018 CapitalImprovement Plan TStreets/Traffic AF Projects RD 55
  • Sealcoat ProgramResponsible Dept: Engineering Services Project Manager: Clinton BaileyFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total 663,000 1,800,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 $ 4,863,000Description:Sealcoat is the application of asphalt and aggregate over existing asphalt roadway surfaces for the purpose of sealing surface cracks for theprotection of the roadway foundation. The foundation of a roadway accounts for approximately 67% of the total cost of a roadway. Sealcoat is part ofthe Citys preventative maintenance program and must be done to realize the full useful life of existing asphalt roadways throughout the City. Sealcoatshould be applied to asphalt roadways at intervals not to exceed 8 years.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date T ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction 1,800,000 - Other - - Total $ 1,800,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete then find picture in your files… AF Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… then double click picture to insert. Design: February 2013 Implementation: September 2013 Funding Sources: General Fund $ $ Amount 50% 0% 1,800,000 - UndeterminedOperating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Reduce routine maintenance costs associated with reparing $ - - - - -cracks and potholes created by severe cracking ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increase routine maintenance costs associated with $ - - - - -repairing cracks and potholes created by severe crackingPerformance Measures:Improve ride quality, reduce future maintenance costs and extend the need for expensive long term reconstruction costs.DNotes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) City wide San Angelo Texas 56
  • Mill and Overlay of 14th St. from Chadbourne St. to Main St.Responsible Dept: Engineering Services Project Manager: Clinton BaileyFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 403,000 - - - - - $ 403,000Description:Mill and overlay is a street maintenance process whereby the top 1"-3" of existing asphalt pavement is removed with a milling machine and a 1"-3"layer of asphalt is placed with a asphalt paver directly over the milled area. Mill and overlay considered a "high-level" preventative maintenanceactivity or "low-level" reconstruction effort that falls between sealcoat maintenance and full depth reconstruction with respect to overall cost andproject complexity. The success of the mill and overlay process is largely dependent upon the condition of the roadway foundation (base course andsubgrade). With the roadway foundation in good condition, a mill and overlay can potentially add 10-15 years to the useful life of the roadway.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date T ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction 403,000 - Other - - Total $ 403,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete then find picture in your files… AF Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… then double click picture to insert. Design: December 2012 Implementation: April 2013 Funding Sources: General Fund $ 100% Amount 0% 403,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Reduce overall roadway maintenance $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 $ - - - - -Performance Measures:Improve ride quality and reduce future maintenance costs.DNotes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 14th Street San Angelo Texas 57
  • Mill and Overlay of 19th St. from Bryant Blvd. West to Concho RiverResponsible Dept: Engineering Services Project Manager: Clinton BaileyFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 378,000 - - - - - $ 378,000Description:Mill and overlay is a street maintenance process whereby the top 1"-3" of existing asphalt pavement is removed with a milling machine and a 1"-3"layer of asphalt is placed with a asphalt paver directly over the milled area. Mill and overlay considered a "high-level" preventative maintenanceactivity or "low-level" reconstruction effort that falls between sealcoat maintenance and full depth reconstruction with respect to overall cost andproject complexity. The success of the mill and overlay process is largely dependent upon the condition of the roadway foundation (base course andsubgrade). With the roadway foundation in good condition, a mill and overlay can potentially add 10-15 years to the useful life of the roadway.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date T ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction 378,000 - Other - - Total $ 378,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete then find picture in your files… AF Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… then double click picture to insert. Design: December 2012 Implementation: April 2013 Funding Sources: General Fund $ 100% Amount 0% 378,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Reduce overall roadway maintenance $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 $ - - - - -Performance Measures:Improve ride quality and reduce future maintenance costs.DNotes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 19th Street San Angelo Texas 58
  • Mill and Overlay of Main St. from Houston Harte to 19th St.Responsible Dept: Engineering Services Project Manager: Clinton BaileyFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 185,000 - - - - - $ 185,000Description:Mill and overlay is a street maintenance process whereby the top 1"-3" of existing asphalt pavement is removed with a milling machine and a 1"-3"layer of asphalt is placed with a asphalt paver directly over the milled area. Mill and overlay considered a "high-level" preventative maintenanceactivity or "low-level" reconstruction effort that falls between sealcoat maintenance and full depth reconstruction with respect to overall cost andproject complexity. The success of the mill and overlay process is largely dependent upon the condition of the roadway foundation (base course andsubgrade). With the roadway foundation in good condition, a mill and overlay can potentially add 10-15 years to the useful life of the roadway.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date T ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction 185,000 - Other - - Total $ 185,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete then find picture in your files… AF Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… then double click picture to insert. Design: December 2012 Implementation: April 2013 Funding Sources: General Fund $ 100% Amount 0% 185,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Reduce overall roadway maintenance $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 $ - - - - -Performance Measures:Improve ride quality and reduce future maintenance costs.DNotes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) Main Street San Angelo Texas 59
  • Wayfinding Phases I-IIIResponsible Dept: Development Services Project Manager: AJ FawverFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - - 100,000 100,000 100,000 - - $ 300,000Description:Wayfinding refers to the system of signs & symbols placed at the entrances & throughout districts, campuses & more recently, entire cities. TheSan Angelo Convention & Visitors Bureau, City of San Angelo, COSADC/Chamber of Commerce & Angelo State University have jointly funded thedevelopment of a specifications & details manual for a city-wide wayfinding system was completed in 2010. Because one of the most frequentlyheard complaints businesses and destination operators hear is that visitors and newcomers to the city have difficulty finding our many sites ofinterest, cities must make the visitor/newcomer experience a positive one to ensure that tourists return and/or stay as long as possible. From anaesthetic standpoint, signs such as those contained in a typical wayfinding system help designate certain areas as unique or interesting forresidents as well.Supporting planning document(s):Wayfinding contract between San Angelo CVB and The Douglas Group, Staff Report to City Council regarding wayfinding T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land 10,000 - Design - - Construction 270,000 - Other 20,000 - AF Total $ 300,000 $ - Project Schedule: % Complete Design: 50% Implementation: 2012 0% Funding Sources: Amount Undetermined $ 300,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Damaged sign replacement $ 500 500 500 500 500 ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - -Performance Measure:D1.) Signs will be installed in three phases per the Wayfinding Master Plan. Performance will be measured by ability to fabricate and installsigns in accordance with the master plan. 2.) Increased visitorship at local tourist sites. 3.) Higher tourist satisfaction surveys (per CVB)Notes:Wayfinding signage, large and small, sends messages to the visitor, investor, and local citizens about the quality & character of the city, andimprove San Angelos ability to attract and maintain economic development assets. Project locations have been outlined and preliminarilyaccepted by the Wayfinding Steering Committee.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) City Wide San Angelo Texas 60
  • Neighborhood Pedestrian Improvement ProgramResponsible Dept: MPO Project Manager: Doray Hill, Jr.Financial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 - $ 5,000,000Description:Improve Pedestrian access in neighborhoods and around schools. To include sidewalks, sidewalk improvements, ped/bike crossing improvements,off-street bike/ped facilities, bike lanes, bus shelters, improved crosswalks, and crosswalks. This project will be primarily for neighborhoods locatedin northeast San Angelo.Supporting planning document(s):Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan, Metropolitan Transportation Plan, Pedestrian-Transit Master Plan, COSA Comprehensive Plan T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design 1,300,000 - Construction 2,900,000 - Other 800,000 - AF Total $ 5,000,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… Design: Fall 2013-Spring 2014 0% then find picture in your files… then double click picture to insert. Implementation: Fall 2014 0% Funding Sources: Amount Transportation Alternatives Grant $ 4,000,000 20% Match/COSA General Fund $ 1,000,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18This project would have relatively low maintenance costs. $ - - 20,000 - 20,000Once the infrastructure is completed, future costs wouldinlcude re-stripping, minor sidewalk repairs andsignange replacement.Performance Measures:DProvide a healthy alternative mode of transportation; Provide connectivity to areas of town; Provide non-motorized mobility; Improve neighborhoodaestheticsNotes:Project would be submitted under FHWA or FTA program grant call.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 1900 Ricks Drive San Angelo Texas 61
  • Sign Reflectivity UpgradeResponsible Division: Traffic Operations Project Manager: Shane KeltonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 94,000 48,000 56,550 57,681 58,834 60,011 61,211 141,077 $ 577,364Description:Upgrade informational, warning and regulatory signs to meet newly established federal required mandates for reflectivity. The Traffic Division hasinventoried and tested the retroreflectivity of all the City signs. They currently have maintenance responsibily for approximately 12,000informational, warning and regulatory signs. Tests revealed 30% have failed and are in need of replacement. The Federal Highway Administrationhas extended the deadline for the replacement of failed signs from 2018 to 2020. In order to stay in compliance with the mandate the TrafficDivision will have to replace approximately 870 signs a year. This number includes the 3,600 that are currently out of compliance and the extimated5% that will fail each of the following years. The replacement of signs to stay in compliance will be an ongoing responsibility well past thecompliance deadline.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction - - Other 577,364 94,000 Total $ 577,364 $ 94,000 Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, Design: 0% then click Browse… Implementation: ongoing 30% Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Funding Sources: Amount General Fund $ 577,364Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increase in operation budget to meet and maintain federal 122,550 126,081 129,730 133,502 137,402mandate. This includes the cost of two additional full timeemployees and O&M of an additional vehicle.Operating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Potential Gross Negligence Liablity $ - - - - -Performance Measure:In order to maintain and stay in compliance with the federal mandates the Traffic Division will be required to replace approximately 870 signs peryear.Notes:COMPLIANCE DATES: January 2012-Implement a sign maintenance program that addresses the minimum sign retroreflectivity requirements.January 2017-Complaince with the new retroreflectivity requirements for most of their traffic signs they have installed, including all red and white orwhite and black "regulatory" signs, yellow and black "warning" signs and ground-mounted green and white "guide" signs (except street namesigns).January 2020-Compliance with the new retroreflectivity requirements for all signs.The Traffic Operations Division has inventoried all signs for a total of 12,000. Of the 12,000 30% have failed the retroreflectivity tests for minimumrequirements. Of the remaining 8,400 signs we are estimating that approximately 5% of those will fail the retroreflectometer test on a yearly basisuntil all signs have been replaced after 8 years.Mandated by Federal Highway Administration - If not completed the City may be found at fault for Gross Negligence Liability. In order toaccomplish this project and remain in compliance the Traffic Division has hired an additional two full time employees and will purchase a vehicle.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) City Wide San Angelo Texas 62
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  • Mobile Data TerminalsResponsible Dept: Fire Project Manager: Brian DunnFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - 182,600 - - - - - $ 182,600Description:This is the moblie data terminals for the ambulances and fire trucks. The current version we are using is obsolete and we cant purchase partswhen they break. The police department has already switched to the system we are asking for.Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction 182,600 - Other - - AF Total $ 182,600 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… Design: 0% then find picture in your files… then double click picture to insert. Implementation: 0% Funding Sources: Amount Possibly out of new unattached ambulance $ 182,600Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18We will have to budget about $8500 per year for air card $ 8,500 8,500 8,500 8,500 8,500costs. ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18We have to have a system to operate. $ - - - - -Performance Measures:DThis will positively impact response timesNotes: If this isnt updated it will have an impact on response times.30 MDTS @ $4,110 = $123,300----- 30 MOUNTS @ $475 = $14,250------- 35 AIRCARDS @ $50 = $1,750--- 6 TABLETS FOR THEAMBULANCES @ $3,800 = $22,800 ---WIRE 4 STATIONS AS HOTSPOTS @ $3,000 = $12,000--- ONE YEAR OF AIRTIME FOR AIRCARDS$8,500Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) City Wide San Angelo Texas 64
  • Server UpgradesResponsible Dept: Information Technology Project Manager: John EadesFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 100,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 - $ 250,000Description:The IT Department has increased the amount of servers from 35 to 37 and anticipate purchasing another 3 within the next year to replace oldservers. Due to the increase in servers, we have also needed to add racks, battery backups (UPS), wire management, and remote consoleappliances. With the increase of servers, switches, and routers, we are requesting we increase our yearly maintenance to $35,000. In order to staycurrent with technology and maintain optimal proficiency, our servers/switches/routers/UPSs should be replaced on a 4 to 5 year plan. Rotationupgrades of the Core Servers include: Exchange Email Server, Authentication Servers, Antivirus server, Mail Security, Content Filtering, GISServers, AS/400, Risk Server, Intranet Server, Click2Gov Server, Channel 17 Distribution Server, Airport File Server, VoIP phone servers, StorageBackup Units, Infrastructure Switches, Routers, UPS, and Firewall Security.Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction - - Other 250,000 125,000 AF Total $ 250,000 $ 125,000 Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… Design: 0% then find picture in your files… then double click picture to insert. Implementation: On Going 47% Funding Sources: Amount General Fund $ 250,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - -Performance Measures:DIT work orders completed same day-2451 or 60% Network up time-99.872% AS400 time available 87.45%Notes:IT has been working on server virtualization. This allows us to run more servers on fewer physical servers. We have 3 physical Servers running 11Virtual Servers.IT is working on Thin Client deployment. Desktop PCs are replaced with a less expensive server clients saving money on PC purchases. As thinclient use increases, another server may become necessary, thereby increasing the cost and number of server upgrades.Increase disk storage capacity for the GIS Maps, Y drive, Z drive, and system backupsPresent Value of Future Cash Flows Completing Project $ -162,808 Not Completing Project $ 0Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 72 W College San Angelo Texas 65
  • Purchase IBM Power 7 ServerResponsible Dept: Information Technology Project Manager: John EadesFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - 65,000 - - - - - $ 65,000Description:Purchase a new IBM Power 7 Server (8202 Model E4C) to replace the IBM iSeries 520 AS400, 8 years old, that is reaching end of life. Futurereleases of the HTE software will require higher levels of the IBM operating system. The IBM Power 7 Server system will run the entire citysfinancials, water billing, permits, work orders, inventory, fleet management, and other modules.Supporting planning document(s):No supporting documents at this time. Working with IBM and Sungard to determine correct computer configuration and price.The cost is estimated. T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction - - Other 65,000 - AF Total $ 65,000 $ - Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Project Schedule: % Complete Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Picture… Design: 0% then find picture in your files… then double click picture to insert. Implementation: 0% Funding Sources: Amount Saving on the three years of software and $ 65,000 hardware maintenanceOperating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18City will not be able to update the HTE software at some $ - - - - -unspecifed time in the near future. Working with Sungardto determine that datePerformance Measures:DNotes:Software Maintenance for the AS400 increased 25%, based on the age of the AS400, to $7,700.00.The City will not be able to update the HTE software at some unspecified time in the near future. Currently working with Sungard to determine thatdate. This project needs to be funded in advance in order for the maintenance savings to occur.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 72 W College San Angelo Texas 66
  • Communications Technology UpgradeResponsible Dept: Public Safety Communications Project Manager: Victor VasquezFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 117,000 120,000 - - - 130,000 150,000 $ 517,000Description:This hardware update includes the actual computer equipment (servers) that our Intergraph software needs to operate on. This also includes theoperating systems and the backup solutions so that records are securely stored. The servers are currently Dell servers, and Dell does not supportservers over 4 years old. All information transmitted to Public Safety personnel must be accurate and up-to-date. It is imperative we (Public Safety)stay current on the technology for citizen, firemen and officer safety.Supporting planning document(s): T Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - Design - - Construction - - Other 517,000 117,000 Total $ 517,000 $ 117,000 Insert a picture of your proposed project here. AF Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete Click on the tab Create from File, Phase 1 2008 100% then click Browse… Phase 2 2013 0% Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Funding Sources: Amount General Fund $ 117,000 Undetermined $ 400,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No significant change in operating costs. $ - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increase in repair costs as equipment will be out of $ - 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000maintenancePerformance Measures:DNew technology is required to maintain a higher standard of performance and public safety. Communications had a total 209,764 calls in 2011.Without reliable computers the Public Safety Communications would not be able to dispatch services to the Citizens of San Angelo.Notes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 323 E. Beauregard San Angelo Texas 67
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  • Water Reclamation Plant ImprovementsResponsible Dept: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 400,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 $ 1,800,000Description:The Water Reclamation Facility treats all of the wastewater from the City of San Angelo and delivers to irrigation. The operating environment forwastewater treatment is harsh on all systems including mechanical, electrical and concrete. There are hundreds of mechanical systems in theplant including pumps, clarifiers, air scrubbers, sludge belts, blowers, heat exchangers and more. Most of these systems need some type ofmajor repair or replacement every 5 years. Concrete walls of basins and equipment are subject to corrosive properties present at wastewaterplants and need repair and rehabilitation every 5 to 6 years. This program schedules funding to facilitate repair, rehabilitation or replacement ona condition and critical priority basis.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 1,800,000 400,000 Other - - Total $ 1,800,000 $ 400,000 Project Schedule: % Complete AF Design: In-house Implementation: ongoing Funding Sources: Wastewater CIP Fund $ 100% Amount 22% 1,800,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increased costs to repair in the future due to continual $ 100,000 100,000 150,000 150,000 150,000deterioration of facilitiesPerformance Measures:DRepairs to various structures and mechanical equipment with a life expectancy of 10 years.Notes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 1898 City Farm Rd. San Angelo Texas 70
  • WTP Equipment ImprovementsResponsible Dept: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 500,000 300,000 200,000 400,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 $ 2,200,000Description:Rehabilitation and replacement of aging water treatment plant equipment based on condition, age and criticality. Equipment includes items suchas flocculator mechanisms, clarifier mechanisms, filters, plant valves and other plant operation mechanisms.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 2,200,000 500,000 Other - - Total $ 2,200,000 $ 500,000Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert Project Schedule: % Complete in the menu bar, then Object… File, then click Browse… and Ok. AF Click on the tab Create from Browse to your picture, then click Insert Design: 2010 Implementation: ongoing Funding Sources: Water CIP Fund $ 100% Amount 23% 2,200,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increased maintenance of equipment and eventual shut down $ 25,000 35,000 50,000 50,000 50,000of equipment when it can no longer be repairedPerformance Measures:DControl valves, clarifier equipment and electrical equipment will be replaced with a life expectancy of about 20 years.Notes:Projects include work on control valves and electrical service in the filter building.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 327 E Ave I San Angelo Texas 71
  • High Service Pump Station RehabilitationResponsible Dept: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - 3,950,000 - - - - - - $ 3,950,000Description:The High Service Pump Station consists of 6 pumps which pump water from the Water Treatment Plant into the distribution system and tanksthroughout the City. This station is critical to the continual delivery of water to the citizens and customers of the City of San Angelo. Pumps 1 & 2are in a 1940s era station and the pumps have been in service since that time. Pumps 3 thru 6 were installed in the 1960s and have beenreplaced with new pumps over the last 5 years. Pumps 1 and 2 need to be completely replaced and the electrical equipment on pumps 3 thru 6needs to be replaced.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 3,950,000 2,961,233 Other - - Total $ 3,950,000 $ 2,961,233Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert Project Schedule: % Complete in the menu bar, then Object… File, then click Browse… and Ok. AF Click on the tab Create from Browse to your picture, then click Insert Design: Implementation: 2012-2013 Funding Sources: Water CIP Fund $ 100% Amount 75% 3,950,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increased repairs to pumps and motor $ 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000Performance Measures:DHigh Service Pump Station #1 is substantially complete. Replace electrical equipment on remaining pumps still remains to be completed.Notes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 327 E. Ave I San Angelo Texas 72
  • Lift Station ImprovementsResponsible Dept: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 320,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 $ 1,720,000Description:The City of San Angelo has 48 lift stations and 151 grinder stations that it operates and maintains. Each year several stations are added basedon City growth. These pump stations are mostly mechanical and electrical in nature and operate in highly corrosive environments. The expectedoperating life of pumps is 5 years and that is with consistent maintenance. This program is intended to continually replace pumps and electricalcomponents for continued reliable service. Failure of these systems affects regional areas of population and can result in sewer overflows andpossible flooding of customer facilities. The program will also include the addition of telemetry equipment at the lift stations to provide for 24 hourper day remote monitoring of the lift stations for and alarms or problems.Supporting planning document(s):Wastewater collection system master plan Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 1,720,000 320,000 Other - - Total $ 1,720,000 $ 320,000 Project Schedule: % Complete AF Design: In-house Implementation: ongoing Funding Sources: Wastewater CIP Fund $ 100% Amount 20% 1,720,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increased cost for maintenance of lift stations $ 35,000 35,000 40,000 40,000 40,000Performance Measures:DRehabilitation work will be done on about 3 stations each year.Notes:Continual capital replacement program for lift station pumps and electrical systems through out the year.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) City wide San Angelo Texas 73
  • Automated Meter Reading System (AMR)Responsible Dept: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 3,750,000 1,300,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 - - - - $ 7,550,000Description:There are approximately 33,000 water meters in the Citys water system. The existing meters will be replaced or upgraded with electronic meterregistering equipment. Meter readings will be transmitted automatically through a wireless network to the utility billing office. The system willeliminate the need to manually read meters. Customer service will be improved by having timely and accurate meter information and leakdetection monitoring which can notify a customer automatically of unusual water usage. Existing meter readers will be reassigned to systemmaintenance in the distribution system.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 7,500,000 4,332,815 Other - - Total $ 7,500,000 $ 4,332,815 Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete AF Click on the tab Create from File, then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Design: Implementation: 2011 Funding Sources: Water CIP Fund $ Amount 65% 7,500,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Rreduction of two meter reader positions $ (44,000) (45,000) (46,000) (46,000) (46,000) ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ -Performance Measure:DMeter readings will be obtained each month on a fixed date allowing for improved billing of the account.Notes:A total of 21,288 meters have been converted to AMR. 5,600 AMR units or in stock to be installed.Present Value of Future Cash Flows Completing Project $-3,449,069 Not Completing Project $ 0Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) City wide San Angelo Texas 74
  • Clay Pipe ReplacementsResponsible Dept: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 2,000,000 997,896 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 66,000,000 $ 73,997,896Description:Clay sewer mains were the industry standard prior to the 1980s. It is a strong but brittle pipe which does not perform well with soil movement.Highly susceptible to root intrusion, inflow, cracking and clogging. Traditional joints are not considered water or root proof. These mains areaging rapidly and often fail causing overflows. These overflows are monitored by the TCEQ and EPA and environmental fines can be assessed.The program is a continual capital replacement program in which aged and failing mains will be replaced on a condition and age priority.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 74,000,000 2,000,000 Other - - Total $ 74,000,000 $ 2,000,000 Project Schedule: % Complete AF Design: In-house Implementation: ongoing Funding Sources: Water CIP Fund Amount 100% $ 74,000,000 3%Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increased cost for repairs to mains and manholes $ 20,000 20,000 25,000 25,000 25,000Performance Measures:DApproximately 15,000 ft. of pipe will be replaced each year.Notes:Identification and selection of projects underway. First project was bid in 2010.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) City wide San Angelo Texas 75
  • Collector Main ReplacementsResponsible Dept: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 12,700,000 7,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 - - $ 23,700,000Description:Replacement of aging and failing sewer collector mains. Sewer collector mains are generally larger than 12 inches in diameter and serve largeareas of the population. Many of these large aged lines are concrete. Concrete mains are highly susceptible to corrosive gases and the pipesdegrade to failure. Failure of these lines cause large service area disruptions and environmental fines can be substantial. This is a long termcontinual project. As the aged mains are replaced, newer mains are aging to the point of potential failure. In addition, growth of the City placesever increasing loads on these lines making the continued reliable service even more critical. As the City grows many of these mains will need tobe replaced with larger mains or additional mains to handle service loads.Supporting planning document(s):Wastewater collection system master plan Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 23,700,000 12,700,000 Other - - Total $ 23,700,000 $ 12,700,000 AF Project Schedule: % Complete Design: In-house 100% Implementation: 2011 54% Funding Sources: Amount Wastewater CIP Fund $ 23,700,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increased repairs of old mains $ 15,000 15,000 20,000 20,000 20,000Performance Measures:About 10,000 ft of 42" main were installed under the 2007 contract and about 7,300 ft of 30" main was replaced in the 2010 contract.DNotes:42" on Christoval Rd complete December 2008. 36" along Rio Concho Dr. were designed and bid in 2010.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 42" main-1800 Christoval Rd. San Angelo Texas 2) 30 MAIN-1002 Rio Concho Dr. 76
  • Transmission Line Valves ReplacementResponsible Dept: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 1,650,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 - - - $ 3,650,000Description:This project is the replacement of aged and failing transmission valves. Transmission lines are larger than 16" and serve large areas of thepopulation. Valves on these lines are rarely used and have not been routinely exercised. Older valves utilized steel discs and seats and arehighly susceptible to corrosion. Deposits in the seats and on the discs prevent the valves from seating and degradation of the steel slides andgates cause valves to seize or bind and break. Continual maintenance and replacement of valves over the long term is required to maintain aconsistent and reliable system.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 3,650,000 1,650,000 Other - - Total $ 3,650,000 $ 1,650,000Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert Project Schedule: % Complete in the menu bar, then Object… File, then click Browse… and Ok. AF Click on the tab Create from Browse to your picture, then click Insert Design: 2010 Implementation: 2011 Funding Sources: Water CIP Fund $ 100% Amount 45% 3,650,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Additional time and resources to isolate pipe segments $ 15,000 20,000 20,000 - -for repair of leaks and water shut off to large areas of the cityPerformance Measures:DValves are to be replaced annually.Notes:22 valves were replaced in the 2008 contract.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) Various sites in SMD 1,2,3,4,5,6 San Angelo Texas 77
  • Transmission MainsResponsible Dept: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 5,640,000 - 5,100,000 5,300,000 6,000,000 6,150,000 - - $ 28,190,000Description:Replacement and upgrade of transmission mains. These mains are larger than 16" in size and serve large areas of the populations. Reliableand continued service is required to move water from the plant to the tanks and pump stations throughout the City. Projects are planned asfollows: 2006: Phase I-Southwest Feeder Transmission Main, $4,500,000; 2008: Ave I Main from Metcalfe to Chadbourne $1,140,000;2010: Ave. I Transmission Main Replacement from Chadbourne to Bryant Blvd, $1,600,0002012: 20" Ave. K Transmission Main, $3,500,000Future Projects: 2014: Phase II-Southwest Feeder Transmission Main, $5,300,000; 2016: North Transmission Main Improvements, $6,000,000.Upper plane transmission mains which serve the highest growth areas will likely begin requiring upgrades by the 2017 timeframe, $6,150,000.Supporting planning document(s):Water System Master Plan Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 28,190,000 5,640,000 Other - - Total $ 28,190,000 $ 5,640,000Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert Project Schedule: % Complete in the menu bar, then Object… File, then click Browse… and Ok. AF Click on the tab Create from Browse to your picture, then click Insert Design: Implementation: 2011 Funding Sources: Water CIP Fund Amount $ 28,190,000 20%Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increased repairs to existing mains and more interruption $ 30,000 35,000 40,000 40,000 40,000of service to large areas of the city due to the leaks.Performance Measures:DApproximately 5,600 ft of 20" water main are planned to be replaced.Notes:2006 Southwest Feeder Main complete and placed in service January 15, 2008. Ave I main replacement work complete in 2009.Project % Completion: Southwest Feeder Phase I (100%); Ave I (0%); Ave K (0%); Southwest Feeder Phase II (0%); North (0%); Upper Plane(0%)Present Value of Future Cash Flows Completing Project $-22,205,999 Not Completing Project $-221,515Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 100 Ave I San Angelo Texas 78
  • Wastewater Service to Existing Developed AreasResponsible Dept: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 3,000,000 1,200,000 - - - - - 13,000,000 $ 17,200,000Description:Some areas of the City do not have wastewater service. To establish service to the areas may require construction of new collector mains,service mains and lift stations. The estimated cost to provide service to the following areas is as listed below.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date No. Area Estimated Cost ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - 1 Green Acres $3.0 Million Construction 17,000,000 3,000,000 Other - - 2 Mercedes & Townview $500,000 Total $ 17,000,000 $ 3,000,000 3 Red Bluff $2.0 Million 4 Country Club Lake Estates $2.0 Million Project Schedule: % Complete 5 6 7 Country Club Road Butler Farm Los Lomas AF $3.5 Million $2.0Million $2.0 Million Design: In-house Implementation: 2010 Funding Sources: Wastewater CIP Fund Amount 100% 18% $ 17,000,000 Total $15.0 MillionOperating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increased revenue from new wastewater customers $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Lost revenue from residents not on City wastewater $ - - - - -Performance Measures:DProvide municipal wastewater service to residents that currently have on site wastewater disposal systems.Notes:Extension of wastewater service to the Red Bluff area to complete the sewer collection system at Lake Nasworthy planned to begin in 2013Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) Various locations in SMD 1,2,6 San Angelo Texas 79
  • Water Main ReplacementsResponsible Dept: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 15,731,509 1,300,000 1,300,000 1,300,000 1,300,000 1,300,000 1,300,000 29,230,000 $ 52,761,509Description:This is an ongoing water mains replacement program initiated in 2001 with priority replacement of 2" mains throughout the City. The 2" mainreplacement program is continuing with primary emphasis until the 2011-2012 time frame. Gradually the emphasis will be moving to rusty watermains and aged cast iron mains. Since 2001: 334,000 feet of 2" mains replaced. 90,000 feet of 2" mains remaining. Cast iron and rusty mains:470,000 feet of mains to replace at projected cost of $30,930,000. This is a continuous capital requirement for rehabilitation and replacement ofaging distribution systems. As systems are replaced, other sections are aging to the point of need for replacement.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 52,761,509 15,731,509 Other - - Total $ 52,761,509 $ 15,731,509Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert Project Schedule: % Complete in the menu bar, then Object… File, then click Browse… and Ok. AF Click on the tab Create from Browse to your picture, then click Insert Design: In-House Implementation: 2001/ongoing Funding Sources: Water CIP Fund Amount 100% 30% $ 52,761,509Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Increased cost for repairs to mains and additional $ 30,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,000flushing of mains to maintain water quality.Performance Measures:DApproximately 15,000 ft of mains will be replace each year.Notes:This is an ongoing capital maintenance program.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) Various locations in SMD 1,2,3,4,5,6 San Angelo Texas 80
  • Hickory Water Supply Development Phase IResponsible Division: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ 18,000,000 35,000,000 37,000,000 30,000,000 - - - - $ 120,000,000Description:Development of the Hickory Water Supply will provide the city with an underground water supply. The project will be developed in three phases.Phase I will begin in 2011 and be operational by 2014. It will consist of installation of pumps in 9 existing wells, construction of well field collectorpipelines, construction of a booster pump station at the well field, construction of about 60 miles of 30 inch transmission main from the well fieldto the city and construction of a treatment facility.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design 17,000,000 17,000,000 Construction 103,000,000 1,000,000 Other - - Total $ 120,000,000 $ 18,000,000 Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert in the menu bar, then Object… Project Schedule: % Complete AF Click on the tab Create from File, then click Browse… Browse to your picture, then click Insert and Ok. Design: 2011 Implementation:2013 Funding Sources: Water Fund Amount 100% $ 94,500,000 0% Type B sales tax $ 25,500,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Undetermined $ - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18Undetermined $ -Performance Measure:DPhase I of the project will provide the city with 6 million gallons per day, about 6,700 acre-feet per year of water.Notes:Well field collector pipeline on existing wells is complete. 30 inch transmission main is 60% complete. Booster Pump Station is on schedule.Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) Melvin Texas 81
  • Nasworthy Dam Emergency SpillwayResponsible Dept: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - - - 2,000,000 - - - - $ 2,000,000Description:A portion of the earthen embankment section along the southern portion of Nasworthy Dam is designed to serve as an emergency spillway for thedam. The emergency spillway consists of two lowered sections of the dams embankment which would be overtopped when discharges occur.The earthen spillways however do not have any protection from erosion of a discharge, the result which would be a wash out and failure of thedam section. The spillways need to be modified to withstand overtopping flows with reinforced concrete paving and a 500 ft. diversion dike andchannel downstream of the dam to protect the downstream toe of the dam.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cost: Estimated Project-to-Date ROW/Easements/Land - - T Design - - Construction 2,000,000 - Other - - Total $ 2,000,000 $ -Insert a picture of your proposed project here. Click on Insert Project Schedule: % Complete in the menu bar, then Object… File, then click Browse… and Ok. AF Click on the tab Create from Browse to your picture, then click Insert Design: Implementation: 2013 Funding Sources: Water CIP Fund $ Amount 0% 0% 2,000,000Operating Budget Impact if Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - - ROperating Budget Impact if NOT Completed: 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18No impact $ - - - - -Performance Measures:DModification of the emergency spillways will bring the facility into compliance with TCEQ dam design standards.Notes:Location of Project (provide at least one of the following locators for each project location):Address: Street Address City State 1) 1900 Beaty Rd. San Angelo Texas 82
  • Lake Nasworthy Gate OperatorsResponsible Dept: Water Utilities Project Manager: Ricky DicksonFinancial Plan: Prior Budget Projected Years 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 Future Total $ - 1,034,000 2,216,000 - - - - - $ 3,250,000Description:Nasworthy Dam has 15 radial gates that are used to release flood waters through the dam. The gates are operated by two mobile operators thatare mounted on carts which are pulled between gates. The operators are original equipment from when the dam was constructed in 1929. Theaverage time to set up, open a gate and move to the next gate is 25 minutes. Based on the gate operating time needed to pass the probablemaximum local flood for the reservoir, the current operating speed is not adequate to keep floodwaters from overtopping the gates. Theproposed project will install a permanent operating winch on each gate. This will allow multiple gates to be operated within the time needed topass the design flood. The improvements will bring the gate operations into compliance with TCEQ dam regulations.Supporting planning document(s): Project Cos