3. Approval of Minutes for the City Council Regular Meetings of September 20 - 21, 2017
4. Councilmember Rey Saldaña will be sworn-in as Mayor Pro-Tem, serving the term November 10, 2017 through January 19, 2018.
10. An Ordinance accepting the lowest qualified bid and awarding a construction contract to Curran Contracting Company in the amount of $5,106,286.05 funded by the Sales Tax Venue Funds included in the FY 2018 Capital Budget in connection with the Leon Creek Greenway (IH-10/1604 to The RIM) located in Council District 8 and the Salado Creek Greenway (Huebner Road to Loop 1604) located in Council District 9; and authorizing an Access Agreement with Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to allow for the construction and maintenance of trail improvements where the trail improvements cross TxDOT’s right-of-way. [María Villagómez, Assistant City Manager; Xavier D. Urrutia, Director, Parks and Recreation]
31. Consideration of the following three items regarding economic incentives for Ernst & Young U.S. LLP (EY) associated with EY's capital investment of at least $8.5 million, the creation of 600 full-time jobs in City Council District 8: [Carlos Contreras, Assistant City Manager; Rene Dominguez, Director, Economic Development] 31A. An Ordinance approving a 6-year, 100% Tax Abatement Agreement based on a capital investment of at least $8.5 million and the creation of 600 new full-time jobs over five years at the site. 31B. An Ordinance approving a performance-based Chapter 380 Economic Development Incentive Fund Grant Agreement up to a maximum of $309,000 based on 309 new full-time jobs making $50,000 or more annually within the first five years. 31C. A Resolution nominating Ernst & Young, U.S. LLP for designation as a Texas Enterprise Zone Project.
12. An Ordinance authorizing the execution of a funding agreement between the Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc. and the City of San Antonio in an amount up to $1,000,000.00 to construct a new gymnasium for the Battered Women & Children’s Shelter, a 2017-2022 Bond funded Project and authorizing the execution of a 20 year lease agreement for the new 7,200 square foot gymnasium located on their campus. [Peter Zanoni, Deputy City Manager; Mike Frisbie, Director, Transportation & Capital Improvements]
16. An Ordinance authorizing the execution of an agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) for the temporary street closure of State right-of-ways on Old Pearsall Road from Holm Road to Medina Base Road for District 4's Surclovia event to be held on Sunday, November 19, 2017. [Peter Zanoni, Deputy City Manager; Mike Frisbie, Director, Transportation & Capital Improvements]
17. An Ordinance authorizing submittal of eight transportation projects for funding consideration by the Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (AAMPO) for funding in the amount of $66.8 million from federal funds for the construction of eight projects in the total estimated amount of $83.5 million through the FY 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program and authorizing the acceptance of federal funds if awarded. [Peter Zanoni, Deputy City Manager; Mike Frisbie, Director, Transportation & Capital Improvements]
18. An Ordinance appointing Nadia Islam, Jesus Diaz, Judy Razo, Dr. Anika Smith and Shelley Baillargeon to the Citizen Advisory Action Board for two year terms of office. [Erik Walsh, Deputy City Manager; William McManus, Chief of Police]
23. A Resolution to initiate Plan Amendments and Zoning for properties located in the following areas of Council District 1: South of West Mulberry Avenue, areas adjacent to East Mulberry Avenue, South of Hildebrand and East of McCullough; Areas in the northern portion of River Road inside District 2, just North of their boundary along Mulberry; Areas South of Gramercy, North of Ashby, West to Fredericksburg, and East to San Pedro; and South of Culebra Road, north of Leal Street, East to Colorado Street and the western boundary of the district, as requested through a Council Consideration Request by Councilman Trevino. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Michael Shannon, Director, Development Services]
24. An Ordinance authorizing the execution of the following contracts for state representation services: (a) Focused Advocacy, to provide year-round services for a two-year renewal term in an amount not to exceed $8,500.00 per month; (b) Texas Lobby Group, to provide services for a one-year renewal term in an amount not to exceed $7,500.00 per month; and (c) Marc A. Rodriguez to provide services for a one-year renewal term in an amount not to exceed $7,500.00 per month; and (d) Jesse Ancira to provide state representation services for a one-year term in an amount not to exceed $7,500.00 per month. [Carlos Contreras, Assistant City Manager; Jeff Coyle, Director, Government & Public Affairs]
25. An Ordinance authorizing a contract with Veritas Clearwell for the purchase of the eDiscovery Solution to assist in responding to Open Records Requests in the amount of $288,000.00, funded from the New Technology Portfolio project. [Carlos Contreras, Assistant City Manager; Jeff Coyle, Director, Government and Public Affairs]
28. An Ordinance authorizing partial Neighborhood Stabilization Program loan forgiveness in the amount of $136,487.69 (and accrued interest as of the date of City Council Action) of the original loan amount of $2,517,838.00, for the Gillette Square Apartments, a 43 unit multi-family development, located at 642 Gillette Boulevard, in Council District 3; and acceptance of a $600,000.00 pay off amount. [Peter Zanoni, Deputy City Manager; Verónica R. Soto, Director, Neighborhood and Housing Services Department]
Nov 09, 2017 City Council A Session on 2017-11-09 9:00 AM