3. Approval of Minutes for the City Council Regular Meetings of October 18 - 19, 2017
41. Consideration of the following items related to the USAA Expansion Project for the creation of 1,500 net new full time jobs to San Antonio: [Lori Houston, Assistant City Manager; John Jacks, Director, Center City Development & Operations] 41A. An Ordinance authorizing the negotiation and execution of a Chapter 380 Economic Development Program Loan in the amount of $4 million to United Services Automobile Association for the creation of 1,000 net new full-time jobs to San Antonio and access to parking for the general public. 41B. An Ordinance authorizing the negotiation and execution of a Tax Abatement Agreement with United Services Automobile Association in an amount not to exceed $2 million or for a term of 10 years, whichever comes first, for the investment of at least $70 million in downtown properties located at 300 Convent Street and 700 N. St. Mary’s St. and the creation of an additional 500 net new full-time jobs to San Antonio.
34. A Resolution acknowledging and supporting the importance of maintaining Brooke Army Medical Center and its military missions in the City of San Antonio, Texas. [Jeff Coyle, Director, Government & Public Affairs; Juan Ayala, Office of Military Affairs]
5. An Ordinance authorizing acceptance of a proposal from Bruel & Kjaer EMS, Inc. to provide the San Antonio International Airport with a Noise Operations and Monitoring System for a total cumulative amount of $1,847,826.00, funded from Airport Operating and Maintenance Funds. [Ben Gorzell, Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]
8. An Ordinance authorizing acceptance of a proposal from Parking Panda Corporation to provide the Convention & Sports Facilities Department with parking lot point-of-sale services for the Alamodome for a total contract value of $344,875.00, funded from the FY 2018 Community & Visitor Facilities Fund. [Ben Gorzell, Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]
13. An Ordinance authorizing an amendment to the prior approved Design-Build Services Agreement with SpawGlass Contractors Inc. to provide for additional facility construction to accommodate City operations within the Southeast Service Center and the Leslie Road Service Center Projects in Council Districts 2 and 6 respectively in the increased amount of $2,450,448.00 funded from Certificates of Obligation included in the FY 2018 Capital Budget for a total contract value not to exceed $58,210,448.00. [Peter Zanoni, Deputy City Manager; Mike Frisbie, Director, Transportation & Capital Improvements]
15. An Ordinance authorizing the execution of an Interlocal Agreement with the San Antonio River Authority in an amount not to exceed $19,500,000.00 for the design and construction of Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the San Pedro Creek Improvement Project, a 2017 Bond funded project, located in Council District 1. [Peter Zanoni, Deputy City Manager; Mike Frisbie, Director, Transportation & Capital Improvements]
17. An Ordinance accepting the lowest responsive bid and awarding a construction contract in the amount of $13,093,369.78 authorized payable to Curran Contracting Company; of which, funds in the amount not-to-exceed $10,680,090.28 will be funded by the City, funds in the amount not-to-exceed $1,700,586.50 will be reimbursed by the San Antonio Water System, and funds in the amount not-to-exceed $712,693.00 will be reimbursed by CPS Energy.
21. An Ordinance authorizing a Lease Agreement with Grupo La Gloria for the construction of three restaurant concepts in connection with a redevelopment of Maverick Plaza in La Villita. [Lori Houston, Assistant City Manager]
14. An Ordinance authorizing the execution of an Advanced Funding Agreement between the City of San Antonio and the Texas Department of Transportation in the amount of $500,000.00 payable to the Texas Department of Transportation for the construction of the 1604/Bulverde Road Turnarounds, a 2017-2022 General Obligation Bond funded Project, located in Council District 10. [Peter Zanoni, Deputy City Manager; Mike Frisbie, Director, Transportation & Capital Improvements]
22. Consideration of the following two items authorizing the acquisition of conservation easements totaling $1,329,964.19 for 641.153 acres over the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone: [María Villagómez, Assistant City Manager; Xavier D. Urrutia, Director, Parks and Recreation] 22A. An Ordinance authorizing the acquisition of a conservation easement over the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone on a 437.253 acre tract of land known as the East Verde Creek Ranch located in Medina County, Texas from East Verde Creek Ranch, Ltd., at a cost of $1,040,507.84. 22B. An Ordinance authorizing the acquisition of a conservation easement over the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone on a 203.9 acre tract of land known as the Honeycutt Ranch located in Uvalde County, Texas from Douglas Lee Honeycutt, Neva Jean Honeycutt, Sandra Kay Ramsey, Darla Anne Breeden, and Donna Jean Martin, at a cost of $289,456.35.
24. An Ordinance authorizing the application and acceptance, if awarded, of a Texas Department of Transportation Comprehensive Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Grant in an amount up to $900,000.00 for the period of October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019. [Erik Walsh, Deputy City Manager; William P. McManus, Chief of Police]
31. An Ordinance authorizing a Professional Services Agreement with Safety Services Inc., d/b/a U.S. Safety Services, to provide emergency medical treatment and other emergency care services for events held at the Alamodome on an as-needed basis, for a five-year term, commencing January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2022, with two additional two-year extensions, for an estimated annual amount of $90,000.00. [Carlos J. Contreras, Assistant City Manager; Michael J. Sawaya, Director, Convention & Sports Facilities]
36. An Ordinance authorizing the execution of a professional services agreement for an initial five-year term with IKE Smart City, LLC to install, operate and maintain 25 digital community kiosks at no cost to the City with an agreement that IKE Smart City, LLC will pay the City the greater of 21.5% of net advertising revenue generated from each IKE kiosk or a minimum annual guarantee of $150,000.00 for the first year prorated to coincide with the operational date of the kiosks and a total of $787,080.00 for the following four years of the initial term, with the City's option to renew for up to four additional one-year periods; and authorizes IKE Smart City, LLC to advertise off premises in accordance with Chapter 28, Section 28-10 of the City’s Municipal Code. [María Villagómez, Assistant City Manager; Jose de la Cruz, Director, Innovation]
37. An Ordinance adopting a policy for the issuance of Resolutions of Support or No Objection for applicants seeking competitive (9%) and non-competitive (4%) Low Income Housing Tax Credits from the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs. [Peter Zanoni, Deputy City Manager; Verónica R. Soto, Director, Neighborhood & Housing Services]
42. City Manager's Report
Dec 14, 2017 City Council A Session on 2017-12-14 9:00 AM