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File #: 19-1661   
Type: Resolution
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 1/31/2019
Posting Language: Resolution confirming the nomination of Juanita (Janie) Gonzalez by CPS Energy Board of Trustees to serve as Trustee of the Southwest Quadrant on the CPS Energy Board of Trustees for a term through January 31, 2024.
Attachments: 1. Request for agenda placement Juanita Janie Gonzalez CPS Energy Board Final January 2019_2019.01.16, 2. Draft Resolution - CPS Board of Trustees, 3. Draft Resolution - SA Energy Acquisition PFC, 4. Resolution 2019-01-31-0006R
Related files: 19-1417, 19-1662
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DEPARTMENT: Office of the City Clerk

DEPARTMENT HEAD: Leticia M. Vacek (OCC)

COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: City Wide

SUBJECT:
Confirmation to the CPS Energy Board of Trustees and SA Energy Acquisition Public Facility Corporation (PFC)


SUMMARY:

Approving the following appointments relating to CPS Energy: [Leticia M. Vacek, City Clerk]

A) Resolution confirming the nomination of Juanita (Janie) Gonzalez by CPS Energy Board of Trustees to serve as Trustee of the Southwest Quadrant on the CPS Energy Board of Trustees for a term through January 31, 2024.

B) Resolution approving the appointment of Juanita (Janie) Gonzalez and the reappointment of Mayor Ron Nirenberg, Edward B. Kelley, John T. Steen, and Paula Gold - Williams to the SA Energy Acquisition Public Facility Corporation for terms through January 31, 2021.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
The CPS Energy Board of Trustees is comprised of five citizens, one of whom is the Mayor. The Mayor is a voting member of the Board, and is charged with keeping the City Council advised and informed of any actions, deliberations and decisions of the Board. Other than the Mayor, the remaining Board members are selected from geographic quadrants of the City (NE, NW, SE and SW Quadrants). City ordinances and related CPS Energy bond covenants dictate how bond funds may be used, dictate how revenues generated by CPS Energy are allocated, and grants the Board of Trustees control, management, and operation of CPS Energy systems. Ordinances related to CPS Energy bonds require that nominees for vacancies on the CPS Energy Board of Trustees be elected by a majority of the remaining members of the Board of Trustees, to include the vote of the Mayor as a member of the Board, and that those nominees be submitted to the City Council for confirmation or rejection.

In Resolution No. 2007R-04-19-0455, approved on April 19, 2007, the City Council approved the creation of the PFC, which articles of incorporation and by-laws require t...

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