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Meeting Name: City Council A Session Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 1/11/2018 9:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Municipal Plaza Building
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18-1303 11.ProceduralThe Invocation was delivered by Reverend Dr. Joshua Snyder, First Unitarian Universalist Church, guest of Councilmember Ana Sandoval, District 7. Motion to Approve  Action details Not available
17-4057 12.ProceduralMayor Nirenberg led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.   Action details Not available
18-1202 13.MinutesApproval of Minutes for the City Council Regular Meetings of November 1 - 2, 2017Motion to ApprovePass Action details Not available
17-6133 14.Staff Briefing - With OrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Chapter 36 of the City Code, entitled “Smoking” to increase the age for the sale of tobacco products to 21 years of age. [Erik Walsh, Deputy City Manager; Colleen M. Bridger, MPH, PhD, Director, Health]Motion to TableFail Action details Not available
17-6133 14.Staff Briefing - With OrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Chapter 36 of the City Code, entitled “Smoking” to increase the age for the sale of tobacco products to 21 years of age. [Erik Walsh, Deputy City Manager; Colleen M. Bridger, MPH, PhD, Director, Health]Motion to TableFail Action details Not available
17-6133 14.Staff Briefing - With OrdinanceAn Ordinance amending Chapter 36 of the City Code, entitled “Smoking” to increase the age for the sale of tobacco products to 21 years of age. [Erik Walsh, Deputy City Manager; Colleen M. Bridger, MPH, PhD, Director, Health]OtherPass Action details Not available
17-6201 15.Purchase of ServicesAn Ordinance authorizing acceptance of a proposal from Cantu Contracting, Inc. to provide the Aviation Department and the Fire Department with acreage shredding services for an estimated annual amount of $69,000.00, funded by the Airport Maintenance and Operating Fund and General Fund. [Ben Gorzell, Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]adoptedPass Action details Not available
17-6878 16.Purchase of EquipmentAn Ordinance accepting the bid from Ancira Motor Company to provide the Solid Waste Management Department with eleven right hand drive compact sport utility vehicles for a total cost of $353,045.00, funded from the FY 2018 Solid Waste Operating and Maintenance Fund. [Ben Gorzell, Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]adoptedPass Action details Not available
17-6756 17.Purchase of EquipmentAn Ordinance accepting the offer from Daktronics, Inc. to provide the Convention Sports Facilities Department with improvements to the Alamodome Marquee for a cost of $545,780.00, funded from the Hotel Occupancy Tax Redemption & Capital Reserve Fund; amending the FY 2018 – FY 2023 Six-Year Capital Improvements Program to include the Alamodome Marquee Improvement Project; and appropriating funds in the amount of $545,780.00 from the Hotel Occupancy Tax Redemption & Capital Reserve Fund. [Ben Gorzell, Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]adoptedPass Action details Not available
17-6309 18.Purchase - Annual ContractAn Ordinance authorizing the following contracts establishing unit prices for goods and services for an estimated annual cost of $292,000.00: (A) MoboTrex, Inc. for traffic light mounting assemblies, (B) Champion Floors, Inc. for window washing services at the Convention Center, and (C) Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc. for support and maintenance for the Foxboro I/A Series system that supports the City’s Riverwalk flood control system. [Ben Gorzell, Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]adoptedPass Action details Not available
17-5969 19.Capital ImprovementsAn Ordinance authorizing the execution of amendments to three On-Call Civil Engineering Services Agreements with R.H. Shackelford, Inc., RPS Klotz Associates, Inc., and Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc., increasing the contract amount by $400,000.00 per contract for a total contract value of $850,000.00 per year for a term of one year with one additional one-year extension option to provide On-Call Civil Engineering Services for Infrastructure Management Program (IMP) and Neighborhood Access and Mobility Program (NAMP) projects. [Peter Zanoni, Deputy City Manager; Mike Frisbie, Director, Transportation & Capital Improvements]adoptedPass Action details Not available
17-4539 110.Real Property SaleAn Ordinance declaring a 0.329 acre tract of land at 900 East Olmos Drive in Council District 1 as surplus and authorizing its sale to Tronco de Arbol, LLC for $93,750.00. [Peter Zanoni, Deputy City Manager; Mike Frisbie, Director, Transportation & Capital Improvements]adoptedPass Action details Not available
17-6290 111.Real Property SaleAn Ordinance closing, vacating and abandoning a 0.0169 acre unimproved portion of a 15-foot wide alley located between Sharmain Place and Sunglo Drive and a 0.0914 acre unimproved portion of a 20-foot wide alley located between Pleasanton Road and Oppenheimer Avenue in City Council District 3 as requested by BBRH, LLC, for a fee of $8,031.75. [Peter Zanoni, Deputy City Manager; Mike Frisbie, Director, Transportation & Capital Improvements]adoptedPass Action details Not available
17-5803 112.Grant Applications and AwardsAn Ordinance authorizing the acceptance of a grant in an amount up to $32,146.00 from the Southwest Texas Regional Advisory Council for Trauma for use by the Emergency Medical Services Division of the San Antonio Fire Department for eligible expenses including supplies, operational expenses, education and training, equipment, vehicles and communication equipment; and approving a program budget. [Erik J. Walsh, Deputy City Manager; Charles N. Hood, Fire Chief]adoptedPass Action details Not available
18-1097 113.Grant Applications and AwardsAn Ordinance authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of $200,000.00 from the San Antonio Housing Trust Finance Corporation to support activities for the Mayor's Housing Policy Task Force. [Peter Zanoni, Deputy City Manager; Veronica Soto, Director, Neighborhoods and Housing Services]adoptedPass Action details Not available
18-1009 114.Appointment - Without OrdinanceConsideration of the following Board, Commission and Committee appointments for the remainder of unexpired terms of office to expire May 31, 2019, to be effective immediately upon the receipt of eight affirmative votes, or, in the event eight affirmative votes are not received, ten days after appointment; or for terms and effectiveness as otherwise indicated below: [Leticia M. Vacek, City Clerk] A) Appointing Cynthia Cox (District 1) to the Animal Care Services Advisory Board. B) Appointing Matthew Pina (District 9) to the Transportation Advisory Board. C) Appointing John E. Whitsett (District 10) to the San Antonio Housing Trust. D) Appointing Seth P. Teel (District 6) and reappointing John Edward Kuderer (District 9) to the Zoning Board of Adjustment. E) Reappointing Michael Rozell Hall (District 2) to the Small Business Advocacy Committee. F) Appointing Thomas C. Mayes, Jr. (District 1) and Margaret L. Wilson-Anaglia (District 2) to the Port Authority of San Antonio. G) Reappointing Carol S. Calberg (District 2) to the Linear Creekway Parks Advisory BoaapprovedPass Action details Not available
18-1145 115.Appointment - Without OrdinanceConsideration of the following appointments to Boards, Commissions, and Committees as requested by Mayor Ron Nirenberg for the remainder of unexpired terms of office to expire May 31, 2019 unless otherwise indicated below: [Leticia M. Vacek, City Clerk] A) Reappointing Councilmember Roberto C. Treviño (District 1), Councilmember William “Cruz” Shaw (District 2), Councilmember Rebecca J. Viagran (District 3), Councilmember Rey Saldaña (District 4), and Councilmember Shirley Gonzales (District 5) to the San Antonio Housing Trust Finance Corporation. B) Reappointing Councilmember Roberto C. Treviño (District 1), Councilmember William “Cruz” Shaw (District 2), Councilmember Rebecca J. Viagran (District 3), Councilmember Rey Saldaña (District 4), and Councilmember Shirley Gonzales (District 5) to the San Antonio Housing Trust Public Facility Corporation. approvedPass Action details Not available
17-6561 116.Misc - Professional Services AgreementsAn Ordinance authorizing a contract with Airports Council International to have San Antonio International Airport be included in the quarterly Airport Service Quality surveys for a five-year term in the annual amount of $24,503.95. [Peter Zanoni, Deputy City Manager; Russell Handy, Director, Aviation]adoptedPass Action details Not available
17-6741 117.Miscellaneous ItemAn Ordinance rescheduling City Council Meetings in January, February, and March 2018. [Leticia M. Vacek, City Clerk]adoptedPass Action details Not available
18-1120 118.Miscellaneous ItemAn Ordinance implementing a moratorium on administrative approvals of the Center City Housing Incentive Policy (CCHIP). [Lori Houston, Assistant City Manager; John Jacks, Director, Center City Development and Operations]adoptedPass Action details Not available
17-6577 119.Miscellaneous ItemAn Ordinance authorizing an amendment to the Galls, LLC contract for the web-based uniform purchase program for the San Antonio Fire Department to increase the annual amount from $837,500.00 to an estimated annual amount of $943,500.00, funded from the General Fund and the Aviation Operating Fund. [Erik J Walsh, Deputy City Manager; Charles N. Hood, Fire Chief]adoptedPass Action details Not available
18-1203 120.City Manager's ReportCity Manager's Report   Action details Not available
17-6747 121.Staff Briefing - Without OrdinanceA Briefing by the President and CEO of CPS Energy on the status of the utility to include the following topics: [Paula Gold-Williams, CPSE President & CEO] • Electricity Market Operations, peak demands and power reserve margin update • Gas Utility Growth Strategy • Electric System Resiliency o Inclement weather conditions o Reliability enhancements & challenges • Financial integrity of CPS Energy o Key credit factors and Maintaining strong credit rating o Creditworthiness and costs saving    Action details Not available