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    • 1 Ordinance Ordering a general election to be held on November 6, 2012, in the City of Corpus Christi for the election of Mayor and eight Council members, and on the questions of authorizing bond issuances of the City supported by ad valorem taxes; providing for procedures for holding such election; providing for notice of election and publication thereof; providing for establishment of branch early polling places; designating polling place locations; authorizing a joint election with Nueces County; and a runoff election, if one is necessary; enacting provisions incident and relating to the subject and purpose of this ordinance; and declaring an emergency.WHEREAS, the City Charter provides for the holding of a regular City election for Mayorand Council Members in the City of Corpus Christi, on the November Uniform Election Datein even-numbered years as authorized by State law, the same being November 6, 2012; with arunoff election, if one is necessary; andWHEREAS, it is provided in Section 3.004 of the Texas Election Code that municipalauthorities shall order elections pertaining to municipal affairs, and other provisions of theElection Code provide for notice, appointment of officers to hold the election, and othermatters related to the holding of the election; andWHEREAS, it is provided in Section 3.006 of the Texas Election Code that in addition toany other elements required to be included in an election order by other law, each electionorder must state the date of the election and the offices or measures to be voted on at theelection;WHEREAS, Nueces County will also be conducting a General Election on November 6,2012;NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITYOF CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, THAT:SECTION 1. A regular City election (hereinafter “the Election”) for a Mayor and eightCouncil Members shall be held in the City of Corpus Christi, Texas on Tuesday, November 6,2012.SECTION 2. At the Election all qualified voters of the City of Corpus Christi shall bepermitted to vote.SECTION 3. The names of candidates for the office of Mayor and the names of candidatesfor the office of the City Council members shall be placed on said ballot in the manner andform prescribed by law. In accordance with Election Code Section 52.072 (c), thepropositions stating a measure shall appear on the ballot after the listing of offices.
    • 2SECTION 4. The eSlate direct recording equipment (DRE) shall be employed at theelection in accordance with the Texas Election Code and the Election shall be held at thepolling places in the regularly prescribed precincts of the City of Corpus Christi, as set forthon Attachment A (said Attachment to be attached when the polling places in the regularlyprescribed precincts are finally determined), hereto incorporated by reference and made partof this ordinance. The Election shall be held in accordance with the Election Laws of theState of Texas. The polls shall be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on the date of theElection.SECTION 5. The City Secretary shall conduct the Election as directed by ordinance of theCity Council and by law in accordance with the Joint Election Agreement to be entered intowith Nueces County. The City Secretary is directed to request consideration by the U.S.Department of Justice of the submission of any change herein which require preclearance, andto provide such demographic data and information as required by law.SECTION 6. The eSlate direct recording equipment shall be used for the conduct of theElection on Election Day and for early voting. Early voting in person at each of thetemporary branch polling places shall be conducted on October 22, 2012 through November2, 2012. Such early voting in person may be conducted at the main early voting polling placelocated at Nueces County Courthouse, 901 Leopard, or at the temporary branch polling placesas set forth in Attachment B, (said Attachment to be attached when the temporary branchpolling places are finally determined), incorporated by reference and made a part of thisordinance.In addition, early voting in person may be conducted at the mobile temporary branch pollingplaces set forth in Attachment C, (said Attachment to be attached when the mobile temporarylocations are finally determined), and then incorporated by reference and made a part of thisordinance, during the days and hours specified therein. The City Secretary is authorized, inthe event of an emergency, preventing any of the designated polling places from beingutilized, to provide for suitable replacement locations.Each branch polling place and the main early polling place shall serve all election precincts.SECTION 7. The City Secretary is directed to post and publish such election notices as arerequired by the Election Laws of the State of Texas. The City Secretary is further appointedas the authority and officer responsible for the conduct of said election and is herebyauthorized and directed to make all necessary arrangements for the holding of said election inaccordance with and subject to the laws of this State, including, but not limited tocoordinating the election process, in accordance with the Joint Election Agreement to beexecuted with Nueces County. The City Secretary is authorized to approve all lawfulchanges and additions to the procedures provide herein in order to implement such agreement,including, but not limited to, provisions for substations, mobile voting sites and election daypolling sites.SECTION 8. At the Election, the voters shall be presented with the following propositions(in English and Spanish) in the form prescribed by the Texas Election Code:
    • 3 PROPOSITION NO. 1 STREETSFOR ________AGAINST ________Shall the City of Corpus Christi, Texas be authorized, in accordance with applicable law, to issuebonds of the City, in one or more series or issues and in the aggregate principal amount of$55,000,000.00, with such series or issues of bonds, respectively, to mature serially or otherwisewithin not to exceed forty years from their date and to be sold at such prices and bear interest at suchrates (whether fixed, floating, variable, or otherwise, but in no case at a rate that exceeds themaximum rate per annum authorized by applicable law at the time of any such issuance), as shall allbe determined within the discretion of the City Council, for the purpose of making permanent publicimprovements or for other public purposes, to wit: designing, constructing, renovating, improving,and making permanent street improvements throughout the City, including (without limitation)constructing, reconstructing, restructuring and extending streets and thoroughfares and relatedsidewalks, streetscapes and collectors (but specifically excluding related City utility costs, which arethe responsibility of the City’s utility system), with priority given to the following street projects:*NAVIGATION BOULEVARD, generally from Up River Road to Leopard Street*SOUTH ALAMEDA STREET, generally from Ayers Street to Louisiana Avenue*GREENWOOD DRIVE, generally from Gollihar Road to Horne Road*OCEAN DRIVE, generally from Buford Street to Louisiana Avenue*TULOSO ROAD, generally from IH 37 to Leopard Street*SOUTH STAPLES STREET, generally from Brawner Parkway to Kostoryz Road*SOUTH STAPLES STREET, generally from Morgan Avenue to IH 37*MCARDLE ROAD, generally from Nile Drive to Ennis Joslin Road*MCARDLE ROAD, generally from Whitaker Drive to Nile Drive*KOSTORYZ ROAD, generally from Brawner Parkway to Staples Street*HORNE ROAD, generally from Ayers Street to Port Avenue*MORGAN AVENUE, generally from Staples Street to Crosstown Freeway*TWIGG STREET, generally from Shoreline Boulevard to Lower Broadway*LEOPARD STREET, generally from Crosstown Freeway to Palm Drive*HOLLY ROAD, generally from Crosstown Freeway to Greenwood Drive (contingent onreceipt of federal leveraging funds)*WILLIAMS DRIVE, generally from Staples Street to Airline Road (contingent on receipt offederal leveraging funds)*YORKTOWN BOULEVARD, generally from Rodd Field Road to Cimarron Boulevard*JFK CAUSEWAY AREA IMPROVEMENTS*CITY-WIDE ADA MASTER PLAN IMPROVEMENTS*CITY-WIDE SIGNAL IMPROVEMENTS AND STREET LIGHTING*CITY-WIDE STREET PROJECTS RECEIVING LEVERAGING FUNDS FROM THE
    • 4TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONand in providing for the above public improvements, the City Council shall have the option to (i)utilize other funds available for such purposes and (ii) abandon such indicated public improvementsthat are reliant, in part, on external sources of funding that (for whatever reason) do not materialize,and after making due provision for the improvements listed above or determining that an expectedexternal source of revenue will not become available, the City Council may, in its discretion, use anyexcess funds for constructing, reconstructing, restructuring and extending other streets, andthoroughfares and related sidewalks, streetscapes and collectors (but excluding related City utilitycosts, as specified above); and shall the City Council be authorized to levy and pledge, and cause tobe assessed and collected, annual ad valorem taxes on all taxable property in the City sufficient topay the annual interest and provide a sinking fund to pay the bonds at maturity and to pay the costs ofany credit agreements executed in connection with the bonds? PROPOSITION NO. 2 CITY HALL IMPROVEMENTSFOR ________AGAINST ________Shall the City of Corpus Christi, Texas be authorized, in accordance with applicable law, to issuebonds of the City, in one or more series or issues and in the aggregate principal amount of$1,750,000.00, with such series or issues of bonds, respectively, to mature serially or otherwisewithin not to exceed forty years from their date and to be sold at such prices and bear interest at suchrates (whether fixed, floating, variable, or otherwise, but in no case at a rate that exceeds themaximum rate per annum authorized by applicable law at the time of any such issuance), as shall allbe determined within the discretion of the City Council, for the purpose of making permanent publicimprovements or for other public purposes, to wit: designing, constructing, renovating, improving,and equipping City Hall (including fire system improvements, roof repairs, and other general repairsand renovations); and shall the City Council be authorized to levy and pledge, and cause to beassessed and collected, annual ad valorem taxes on all taxable property in the City sufficient to paythe annual interest and provide a sinking fund to pay the bonds at maturity and to pay the costs of anycredit agreements executed in connection with the bonds? PROPOSITION NO. 3 SERVICE CENTER COMPLEX IMPROVEMENTSFOR _____AGAINST _____
    • 5Shall the City of Corpus Christi, Texas be authorized, in accordance with applicable law, toissue bonds of the City, in one or more series or issues and in the aggregate principal amountof $4,750,000.00, with such series or issues of bonds, respectively, to mature serially orotherwise within not to exceed forty years from their date and to be sold at such prices andbear interest at such rates (whether fixed, floating, variable, or otherwise, but in no case at arate that exceeds the maximum rate per annum authorized by applicable law at the time of anysuch issuance), as shall all be determined within the discretion of the City Council, for thepurpose of making permanent public improvements or for other public purposes, to wit:designing, constructing, renovating, expanding, improving, and equipping the City’s ServiceCenter Complex (including Streets and Solid Waste Administration Building RoofReplacement, expansion of Signs/Signal Operations facilities, renovations and improvementsto Animal Control facilities, roof repairs to Fleet Maintenance/Heavy Equipment facilities,construction of new facilities for Streets & Solid Waste); and shall the City Council beauthorized to levy and pledge, and cause to be assessed and collected, annual ad valoremtaxes on all taxable property in the City sufficient to pay the annual interest and provide asinking fund to pay the bonds at maturity and to pay the costs of any credit agreementsexecuted in connection with the bonds? PROPOSITION NO. 4 PARKS & RECREATIONFOR _____AGAINST _____Shall the City of Corpus Christi, Texas be authorized, in accordance with applicable law, toissue bonds of the City, in one or more series or issues and in the aggregate principal amountof $16,000,000.00, with such series or issues of bonds, respectively, to mature serially orotherwise within not to exceed forty years from their date and to be sold at such prices andbear interest at such rates (whether fixed, floating, variable, or otherwise, but in no case at arate that exceeds the maximum rate per annum authorized by applicable law at the time of anysuch issuance), as shall all be determined within the discretion of the City Council, for thepurpose of making permanent public improvements or for other public purposes, to wit:designing, constructing, renovating, improving, and equipping City parks and recreationfacilities, with priority given to the following City parks and recreation projects:* Community Park Development and Improvements* Hike & Bike Trail Development* Aquatic Facility Upgrades and Improvements* Tennis Center Repairs and Upgrades (H.E.B. & Al Kruse Centers)* Ocean Drive Park Improvementsand in providing for the above public improvements, the City Council shall have the option toutilize other funds available for such purposes, and after making due provision for theimprovements listed above, the City Council may, in its discretion, use any excess funds fordesigning, constructing, renovating, improving, and equipping other City parks and recreationfacilities; and shall the City Council be authorized to levy and pledge, and cause to be
    • 6assessed and collected, annual ad valorem taxes on all taxable property in the City sufficientto pay the annual interest and provide a sinking fund to pay the bonds at maturity and to paythe costs of any credit agreements executed in connection with the bonds? PROPOSITION NO. 5 MUSEUM AND LIBRARY IMPROVEMENTSFOR ______AGAINST ______Shall the City of Corpus Christi, Texas be authorized, in accordance with applicable law, toissue bonds of the City, in one or more series or issues and in the aggregate principal amountof $2,340,000.00, with such series or issues of bonds, respectively, to mature serially orotherwise within not to exceed forty years from their date and to be sold at such prices andbear interest at such rates (whether fixed, floating, variable, or otherwise, but in no case at arate that exceeds the maximum rate per annum authorized by applicable law at the time of anysuch issuance), as shall all be determined within the discretion of the City Council, for thepurpose of making permanent public improvements or for other public purposes, to wit:designing, constructing, renovating, improving, and equipping City museums and libraries,with priority given to the following City museum and library projects:* Museum of Science and History Roof Replacement*Central Library Roof Replacement*Northwest Library and Garcia Library Roof Replacement*ADA improvements to South Texas Art Museum building and Barge Dock parking lotand in providing for the above public improvements, the City Council shall have the option toutilize other funds available for such purposes, and after making due provision for theimprovements listed above, the City Council may, in its discretion, use any excess funds fordesigning, constructing, renovating, improving, and equipping other City museums andlibrary facilities; and shall the City Council be authorized to levy and pledge, and cause to beassessed and collected, annual ad valorem taxes on all taxable property in the City sufficientto pay the annual interest and provide a sinking fund to pay the bonds at maturity and to paythe costs of any credit agreements executed in connection with the bonds? PROPOSITION NO. 6 PUBLIC HEALTH IMPROVEMENTSFOR _______AGAINST _______
    • 7Shall the City of Corpus Christi, Texas be authorized, in accordance with applicable law, toissue bonds of the City, in one or more series or issues and in the aggregate principal amountof $820,000.00, with such series or issues of bonds, respectively, to mature serially orotherwise within not to exceed forty years from their date and to be sold at such prices andbear interest at such rates (whether fixed, floating, variable, or otherwise, but in no case at arate that exceeds the maximum rate per annum authorized by applicable law at the time of anysuch issuance), as shall all be determined within the discretion of the City Council, for thepurpose of making permanent public improvements or for other public purposes, to wit:designing, constructing, renovating, improving, and equipping City public health facilities,with priority given to the following City public health facility projects:*Health Department East Rear Restroom Repair and WIC Building Roof Repair*Health Department Building Parking Lotand in providing for the above public improvements, the City Council shall have the option toutilize other funds available for such purposes, and after making due provision for theimprovements listed above, the City Council may, in its discretion, use any excess funds fordesigning, constructing, renovating, improving, and equipping other City public healthfacilities; and shall the City Council be authorized to levy and pledge, and cause to beassessed and collected, annual ad valorem taxes on all taxable property in the City sufficientto pay the annual interest and provide a sinking fund to pay the bonds at maturity and to paythe costs of any credit agreements executed in connection with the bonds? PROPOSITION NO. 7 PUBLIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENTSFOR _______AGAINST _______Shall the City of Corpus Christi, Texas be authorized, in accordance with applicable law, toissue bonds of the City, in one or more series or issues and in the aggregate principal amountof $700,000.00, with such series or issues of bonds, respectively, to mature serially orotherwise within not to exceed forty years from their date and to be sold at such prices andbear interest at such rates (whether fixed, floating, variable, or otherwise, but in no case at arate that exceeds the maximum rate per annum authorized by applicable law at the time of anysuch issuance), as shall all be determined within the discretion of the City Council, for thepurpose of making permanent public improvements or for other public purposes, to wit:designing, constructing, renovating, improving, and equipping City public safety facilities(fire, police, animal control, and emergency medical services), with priority given toconstructing Phase 2 of the Vehicle Impound Yard and Garage; and in providing for the abovepublic improvements, the City Council shall have the option to utilize other funds availablefor such purposes, and after making due provision for the improvements listed above, the CityCouncil may, in its discretion, use any excess funds for designing, constructing, renovating,improving, and equipping other City public safety facilities; and shall the City Council be
    • 8authorized to levy and pledge, and cause to be assessed and collected, annual ad valoremtaxes on all taxable property in the City sufficient to pay the annual interest and provide asinking fund to pay the bonds at maturity and to pay the costs of any credit agreementsexecuted in connection with the bonds? PROPOSITION NO. 8 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECTSFOR ______AGAINST ______Shall the City of Corpus Christi, Texas be authorized, in accordance with applicable law, toissue bonds of the City, in one or more series or issues and in the aggregate principal amountnot to exceed $8,400,000.00, with such series or issues of bonds, respectively, to matureserially or otherwise within not to exceed forty years from their date and to be sold at suchprices and bear interest at such rates (whether fixed, floating, variable, or otherwise, but in nocase at a rate that exceeds the maximum rate per annum authorized by applicable law at thetime of any such issuance), as shall all be determined within the discretion of the CityCouncil, for the purpose of making permanent public improvements or for other publicpurposes, to wit: designing, constructing, renovating, improving, and equipping City streets,sidewalks, and related facilities that are expected to promote and expand business activities inthe City, with priority given to the following City streets, sidewalks, and related facilityprojects in promotion of economic development:*SeaTown Pedestrian Improvements*North Beach Area Road Improvements & Area Beautification*North Beach Breakwater, Plaza, North Shoreline Repair and Enhancement (contingent uponreceipt of leveraging funds)*County Road 52 Extension, generally County Road 69 to FM 1889 (contingent uponreceipt of leveraging funds)*International Boulevard (contingent upon receipt of leveraging funds)*Other street and utility construction projects for which the City receives developerparticipationand in providing for the above public improvements, the City Council shall have the option to(i) utilize other funds available for such purposes and (ii) abandon such public improvementsthat are reliant, in part, on external sources of funding that (for whatever reason) do notmaterialize, and after making due provision for the improvements listed above or determiningthat an expected external source of revenue will not become available, the City Council may,in its discretion, use any excess funds for designing, constructing, renovating, improving, andequipping City streets, sidewalks, and related facilities that are expected to promote andexpand business activities in the City; and shall the City Council be authorized to levy andpledge, and cause to be assessed and collected, annual ad valorem taxes on all taxableproperty in the City sufficient to pay the annual interest and provide a sinking fund to pay thebonds at maturity and to pay the costs of any credit agreements executed in connection withthe bonds?
    • 9SECTION 9. The official ballots for said election shall be prepared in accordance with theTexas Election Code so as to permit the electors to vote “FOR” or “AGAINST” the aforesaidPropositions, with the ballots to contain such provisions, markings and language as requiredby law, and with such Propositions to be expressed substantially as follows: PROPOSITION NO. 1 STREETSFOR ______AGAINST _______THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS FOR DESIGNING, CONSTRUCTING, RENOVATING, ANDMAKING PERMANENT STREET IMPROVEMENTS IN THE AGGREGATE PRINCIPALAMOUNT OF $55,000,000 INCLUDING:*NAVIGATION BOULEVARD, generally from Up River Road to Leopard Street*SOUTH ALAMEDA STREET, generally from Ayers Street to Louisiana Avenue*GREENWOOD DRIVE, generally from Gollihar Road to Horne Road*OCEAN DRIVE, generally from Buford Street to Louisiana Avenue*TULOSO ROAD, generally from IH 37 to Leopard Street*SOUTH STAPLES STREET, generally from Brawner Parkway to Kostoryz Road*SOUTH STAPLES STREET, generally from Morgan Avenue to IH 37*MCARDLE ROAD, generally from Nile Drive to Ennis Joslin Road*MCARDLE ROAD, generally from Whitaker Drive to Nile Drive*KOSTORYZ ROAD, generally from Brawner Parkway to Staples Street*HORNE ROAD, generally from Ayers Street to Port Avenue*MORGAN AVENUE, generally from Staples Street to Crosstown Freeway*TWIGG STREET, generally from Shoreline Boulevard to Lower Broadway*LEOPARD STREET, generally from Crosstown Freeway to Palm Drive*HOLLY ROAD, generally from Crosstown Freeway to Greenwood Drive, (contingent uponreceipt of federal leveraging funds)*WILLIAMS DRIVE, generally from Staples Street to Airline Road, (contingent upon receiptof federal leveraging funds)*YORKTOWN BOULEVARD, generally from Rodd Field Road to Cimarron Boulevard*JFK CAUSEWAY AREA IMPROVEMENTS*ADA MASTER PLAN IMPROVEMENTS- citywide*SIGNAL IMPROVEMENTS AND STREET LIGHTING - citywide*TXDOT PARTICIPATION PROJECTS*AND OTHER STREET IMPROVEMENTS.
    • 10 PROPOSITION NO. 2 CITY HALL IMPROVEMENTSFOR ______AGAINST _______THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS FOR THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, RENOVATION,IMPROVEMENT, AND EQUIPMENT OF CITY HALL IMPROVEMENTS IN THEAGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $1,750,000 INCLUDING:*CITY HALL FIRE SUPPRESSION AND FIRE ALARM UPGRADES*CITY HALL ROOF REPAIR AND WATERPROOFING (EXTERIOR)AND OTHER CITY HALL IMPROVEMENTS. PROPOSITION NO. 3 SERVICE CENTER COMPLEX IMPROVEMENTSFOR ______AGAINST ______THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS FOR THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, RENOVATION,EXPANSION, IMPROVEMENT, AND EQUIPMENT OF THE CITY SERVICE CENTERCOMPLEX IN THE AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $4,750,000 INCLUDING:*STREETS AND SOLID WASTE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING ROOFREPLACEMENT*SIGNS/SIGNAL OPERATIONS – NEW SHOP AND OFFICE FACILITY*ANIMAL CONTROL REMODEL/IMPROVEMENTS*FLEET MAINTENANCE HEAVY EQUIPMENT SHOP ROOF*STREETS & SOLID WASTE STORAGE BUILDING STRUCTURE WITH SLAB (NEWFACILITY)*AND OTHER SERVICE CENTER COMPLEX IMPROVEMENTS. PROPOSITION NO. 4 PARKS & RECREATIONFOR ______AGAINST _______THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS FOR DESIGNING, CONSTRUCTING, RENOVATING,IMPROVING, AND EQUIPPING CITY PARKS AND RECREATIONAL FACILITIES INTHE AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $16,000,000 INCLUDING:*COMMUNITY PARK DEVELOPMENT AND IMPROVEMENTS*HIKE & BIKE TRAIL DEVELOPMENT*AQUATIC FACILITY UPGRADES AND IMPROVEMENTS
    • 11*TENNIS CENTER REPAIRS AND UPGRADES (H.E.B. & AL KRUSE CENTERS)*OCEAN DRIVE PARK IMPROVEMENTS*AND OTHER PARK AND RECREATION IMPROVEMENTS. PROPOSITION NO. 5 MUSEUM & LIBRARY IMPROVEMENTSFOR ______AGAINST _______THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS FOR DESIGNING, CONSTRUCTING, RENOVATING,IMPROVING AND EQUIPPING MUSEUM AND LIBRARY FACILITIES IN THEAGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $2,340,000 INCLUDING:*MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND HISTORY ROOF REPLACEMENT*CENTRAL LIBRARY ROOF REPLACEMENT*NORTHWEST LIBRARY AND GARCIA LIBRARY ROOF REPLACEMENT*ADA IMPROVEMENTS TO SOUTH TEXAS ART MUSEUM BUILDING AND BARGEDOCK PARKING LOT*AND OTHER MUSEUM AND LIBRARY IMPROVEMENTS. PROPOSITION NO. 6 PUBLIC HEALTH IMPROVEMENTSFOR ______AGAINST _______THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS FOR DESIGNING, CONSTRUCTING, RENOVATING,IMPROVING AND EQUIPPING PUBLIC HEALTH FACILITIES IN THE AGGREGATEPRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $820,000 INCLUDING:*HEALTH DEPARTMENT EAST REAR RESTROOM REPAIR AND WIC BUILDINGROOF*HEALTH DEPARTMENT BUILDING PARKING LOT*AND OTHER PUBLIC HEALTH IMPROVEMENTS. PROPOSITION NO. 7 PUBLIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENTSFOR ______AGAINST _______
    • 12THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS FOR DESIGNING, CONSTRUCTING, RENOVATING,IMPROVING, AND EQUIPPING PUBLIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS IN THEAGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $700,000 INCLUDING:*VEHICLE IMPOUND YARD AND GARAGE – PHASE 2*AND OTHER PUBLIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS. PROPOSITION NO. 8 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECTSFOR ______AGAINST _______THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS FOR THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, RENOVATING,IMPROVEMENT, AND EQUIPMENT OF CITY STREETS, SIDEWALKS, ANDRELATED FACILITIES THAT ARE EXPECTED TO PROMOTE AND EXPANDBUSINESS ACTIVITIES, IN THE AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT TOEXCEED $8,400,000, INCLUDING:*SEATOWN PEDESTRIAN IMPROVEMENTS*NORTH BEACH AREA ROAD IMPROVEMENTS AND AREA BEAUTIFICATION*NORTH BEACH BREAKWATER, PLAZA, NORTH SHORELINE REPAIR ANDENHANCEMENT (contingent upon receipt of leveraging funds)*COUNTY ROAD 52 EXTENSION, GENERALLY COUNTY ROAD 69 TO FM 1889(contingent upon receipt of leveraging funds)*INTERNATIONAL BOULEVARD (contingent upon receipt of leveraging funds)*OTHER STREET AND UTILITY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS FOR WHICH THECITY RECEIVES DEVELOPER PARTICIPATION*AND OTHER ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS.SECTION 10. The voter-approved obligations issued pursuant to Propositions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,6, 7, and 8 referenced above shall be secured by the full tax rate authorized by the TexasConstitution, in accordance with Article VIII, Section 1(b) of the City Charter.SECTION 11. By approving and signing this ordinance, the Mayor officially confirms ashis action all matters recited in this ordinance which by law come within his jurisdiction.SECTION 12. If for any reason any section, paragraph, subdivision, clause, phrase, word,or provision of this ordinance shall be held invalid or unconstitutional by final judgment of acourt of competent jurisdiction, it shall not affect any other section, paragraph, subdivision,clause, phrase, word, or provision of this ordinance, for it is the definite intent of this CityCouncil that every section, paragraph, subdivision, clause, phrase, word or provision hereofbe given full force and effect for its purpose.
    • 13SECTION 13. That upon written request of the Mayor or five Council members, copyattached, the City Council (1) finds and declares an emergency due to the need for immediateaction necessary for the efficient and effective administration of City affairs and (2) suspendsthe Charter rule that requires consideration of and voting upon ordinances at two regularmeetings so that this ordinance is passed and takes effect upon first reading as an emergencymeasure this the 14th day of August, 2012.ATTEST:__________________________________ ____________________________________City Secretary MAYOR THE CITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI
    • 14Corpus Christi, Texas_________ Day of ___________________, 2012TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CITY COUNCILCorpus Christi, TexasFor the reasons set forth in the emergency clause of the foregoing ordinance an emergency exists requiringsuspension of the Charter rule as to consideration and voting upon ordinances at two regular meetings: I/we,therefore, request that you suspend said Charter rule and pass this ordinance finally on the date it is introduced,or at the present meeting of the City Council.Respectfully, Respectfully,__________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ Joe Adame Mayor__________________________________________________Council MembersThe above ordinance was passed by the following vote:Joe Adame ______________Chris N. Adler ______________Kelley Allen ______________Larry Elizondo, Sr. ______________Priscilla G. Leal ______________David Loeb ______________John E. Marez ______________Nelda Martinez ______________Mark Scott ______________
    • 15ATTACHMENT A[To be inserted-polling places in the regularly prescribed precincts of the City of CorpusChristi]
    • 16ATTACHMENT B[To be inserted - temporary branch polling places as set forth in Attachment B]
    • 17ATTACHMENT C[To be inserted--the mobile temporary branch polling places, during the days and hoursspecified therein.]