Here is the agenda for the upcoming city council meeting:
FOR T STOCKTON CITY COUNCIL REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, JULY 9, 2019
121 WEST SECOND STREET FORT STOCKTON, TX 79735
AS A COURTESY, PLEASE PLACE YOUR CELL PHONE ON “SILENT” OR “VIBRATE.”
CALL MEETING TO ORDER AFTER DECLARING A QUORUM PRESENT.
ALLEGIANCE TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FLAG ALLEGIANCE TO THE TEXAS FLAG
MISSION STATEMENT: “The Mission of the City of Fort Stockton Municipal Government is to Promote & Value Public Confidence and Trust by the Accountable and Responsible Use of Community Resources; to Ensure Public Safety; Improve Public Services; Promote Local Recreation and Entertainment; and Generate Economic Development.
COMMENTS FROM THE AUDIENCE ON CONSENT & REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS:
RECOGNITION: Commend the Majors & Minors Little League Baseball Teams for their Achievement in District 37 Championship Games:
▪Majors All-Stars Team (Ages 10-12) Named “Champions” & Advanced to the Section 1 Texas West Tournament, Ranked 3rd Place; Players: Rylan Nunez, Kael Rojero, Gerry Diaz, Zhane Natividad, Gama Corral, Nick Almendarez, Divani Palacios, Mario Natera, Jayden Sotelo, Cedric Lopez, Jondrey Reyes, Jorell Tapp
▪Minors All-Stars Team (Ages 8-10): Named “Champions” & Advanced to the Section 1 T exas W est T ournament and Ranked 3rd Place; Players: Bubba Patino, Christian Carrillo, Christian Guzman, Kenneth Losoya, Rogelio Marquez, Jesse Montoya, Giovanni Montoya, Rylee Muniez, Marco Natividad, Ethan Nunez, Esai Ramos, Henry Simmons, Brayde Barragan (Mayor)
PRESEN T A TION:
1. Director of Public Works Aaron Ramos ---
City of Fort Stockton 2018 Water Quality Report
Citizens who desire to address City Council with regard to matters on the Consent Agenda or Regular Agenda will be received when the item is to be considered. Discussion by City Council Members will only take place when an agenda item is scheduled for consideration. Prior to making comments, each speaker will be required to provide his/her name and residential address. Speakers will be limited to 3 minutes. Speakers making personal, impertinent, profane or slanderous remarks will be removed from the
Council Chamber and will be barred from re-entering the room during the meeting.
2. All matters listed are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion. If discussion is desired, that item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately.” Minutes: (Mayor)
▪ Regular Meeting Minutes of Fort Stockton City Council, 06/25/2019
▪ Regular Meeting Minutes of Intergovernmental Recreation Board, 04/17/2019
Accounts Payable Total: $260,606.85
3. Discuss/Act upon Ordinance No. 19-115 & Service Plan, Regarding the Voluntarily Annexation of:
▪A 5.872 Acre Tract of Land situated in the Chopra Addition, A Re-Plat of Block 18, Stockton Heights Addition, Section 24, Block 146, T&STL RR Co. Survey, Pecos County, Texas, As recorded in Plat Cabinet 1, Slide 122-A, Pecos County, Texas, Being All of that Certain 5.80 Acre Tract (Lot 3) as described in a Deed from Bharatraj S. Chopra, et al. to Puja Raj Chopra and Vishal Raj Chopra, et al., Dated August 16, 2007, Recorded in Volume 786, Page 86, Official Public Records, Pecos County, Texas, which shall be zoned a “Commercial District” for the Construction of a “Motel 6/Studio
▪A 1.501 Acre Tract of Land situated in Block 17, of the Stockton Heights Addition, Section 24, Block
146, T&STL RR Co. Survey, Pecos County, Texas, As recorded in Plat Cabinet 1, Slide 107-A & B, Pecos County, Texas, Being All of Block 17 as described in a Deed from Finat, Inc. to Puja Raj Chopra, Dated January 6, 2003, Recorded in Volume 740, Page 438, Deed Records, Pecos County, Texas which shall also be zoned a “Commercial District.” (Mayor)
4. Discuss/Act upon Awarding of Consulting Services for Design, Bidding, and Construction Administration for TDCJ Lynaugh Wastewater Treatment Facility Additional Effluent Holding Pond. Qualifications Received: Enprotec/Hibbs & Todd, KSA, Parkhill Smith & Cooper (City Water Attny.)
5. Discuss/Act upon Solicitation of Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to Upgrade the City’s SCADA System for: Two (2) Reverse-Osmosis Plants, Six (6) Water Wells, & Eight (8) Water Tanks. (City Water Attny.)
6. Discuss/Act upon the Re-Solicitation of Lease Proposal for Approximately 274 Acres of Land located on T&P RR Co., Block 3, Section 71, Pecos County, Texas. This property contains the City of Fort Stockton Wastewater Treatment Plant serving TDCJ and three (3) registered water wells with 960-acre feet of H&E Irrigation Permits. (City Water Attny.)
7. Discuss/Act upon Rescinding the Sixth Order of Business Motion during the June 25, 2019 Regular City Council Meeting wherein L.J. Power Generators was Awarded the Bid for One New 200-Killowatt Natural Gas Generator. (City Mgr.)
8. Discuss/Act upon the Purchase of One (1) New 300-Killowatt Generator through L.J. Power Generators, a Buy-Board Purchasing Cooperative:
▪ ULI300 (Diesel) Driven Generator Set for $92,199
▪ NG300 (Natural Gas) Driven Aksa Generator Set for $151,039 (City Mgr.)
9. Discuss/Act upon Pay Application No. 8 totaling $448,133.33 for Work Performed by Nelson-Lewis, Inc. through 07/05/19 regarding the 30-Inch Water Transmission Line Project. (City Mgr.)
10. Discuss/Act upon Revised Change Orders from Nelson-Lewis, Inc. regarding the 30-Inch Water Transmission Line Project; as per the City of Fort Stockton’s Purchasing Manual: (City Mgr.)
Change Order No. 1 = - $ 63,283.19 Change Order No. 2 = $-0-
Change Order No. 3 = $-0-
Change Order No. 4 = - $ 4,080.00 Change Order No. 5 = - $129,664.00
Change Order No. 6 = - $ 27,000.00 Change Order No. 7 = $ 2,500.00 Change Order No. 8 = $-0-
Change Order No. 9 = $-0-
11. City Council May Convene in Closed Session in Accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Concerning Attorney-Client Matters (§551.071); Deliberation regarding Real Property (§551.072); Deliberation regarding Prospective Gifts (§551.073); Personnel Matters (§551.074); and/or Deliberation regarding Security Devices (§551.076):
Ref: (a) Contemplated Litigation: Regarding Amendment to the City’s Historic Irrigation and Existing- Use Permits.
(b) Deliberation regarding Duties of City Attorney Jesse Gonzales, Jr.
12. Reconvene into Open Session Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section §551.102 & Take Action, if any, on Matters Deliberated in Executive Session:
(11a) Discuss/Act upon Contemplated Litigation regarding Amendment to the City’s Historic Irrigation and Existing-Use Permits.
(11b) Discuss/Act upon Duties of City Attorney Jesse Gonzales, Jr.
13. Questions from the Media on Agenda Items. (Mayor)
14. Adjourn. (Mayor)