Fort Stockton City Council

Council to consider termination, renegotiation of WaterBridge contract at Nov. 12 meeting

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FOR T STOCKTON CITY COUNCIL REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2019

5:30 P.M.

MEETING LOCATION:

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.

INVOCA TION:

PLEDGES:

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 REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS:

PRESEN T A TION:

1. Chief of Police Robert Lujan with Fort Stockton Police Department --- Statistics for September 2019

Statistics for October 2019

CONSENT AGENDA:

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)

▪ Special Meeting Minutes of Fort Stockton City Council, 11/05/2019

▪ Regular Meeting Minutes of Fort Stockton City Council, 10/22/2019

▪ Regular Meeting Minutes of Keep Historic FS Beautiful Board, 10/02/2019 ▪Regular Meeting Minutes of Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, 09/17/2019

▪ Regular Meeting Minutes of Fort Stockton 4-A EDC Corporation, 09/17/2019 ▪ Regular Meeting Minutes of Fort Stockton 4-B EDC Corporation, 09/17/2019

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 andwill be barred from re-entering the room during the meeting.

▪ Regular Meeting Minutes Animal Control Advisory Board, 02/28/2019

Accounts Payable 2018-2019 Fiscal Total: $ 36,673.93 Accounts Payable 2019-2020 Fiscal Total: $331,409.23 Accounts Payable Grand Total: $368,083.16

REGULAR BUSINESS:

3. Discuss/Act upon Termination of Water Purchase Agreement between the City of Fort Stockton & WaterBridge Resources LLC; Adopted July 18, 2017. (City Mgr./City Attny.)

4. Discuss/Act upon Authorizing the City Manager and City Attorney to Negotiate a New Agreement between the City of Fort Stockton & WaterBridge Resources LLC. (City Mgr./City Attny.)

5. Discuss/Act upon Surface-Use Agreement with XTO Holdings for a Seismic Monitoring Station on Sec. 31, Blk. 48-9, T&P Ry. Co. Survey, Pecos County, Texas. (City Mgr./City Attny.)

6. Discuss/Act upon Solicitation of Request for Proposals (RFP) for a Mulching Contractor for the New City Landfill Property. (City Mgr./P.W. Dir.)

7. Discuss/Act upon Solicitation of Request for Proposals (RFP) to Renew TCEQ Wastewater Permits for City Wastewater Facility (Permit #WQ0010708001) and TDCJ Belding Lynaugh Unit Facility (Permit# WQ0013651001). (City Mgr./P.W. Dir.)

8. Discuss/Act upon the Re-Solicitation of Proposals (RFP) to Upgrade the City 4” Gas Line Cathodic Protection at Valero Crossing (Highway 18). (City Mgr./P.W. Dir.)

9. Discuss/Act upon Issuance of Longevity Pay to Full-Time Personnel who are Actively Employed on November 15, 2019. (City Mgr.)

10. Discuss/Act upon Rescheduling the November 26th Regular City Council Meeting to November 25th due to the Thanksgiving Holiday. (Mayor)

11. Discuss/Act upon Scheduling Only One (1) City Council Meeting for December 2019. (Mayor)

12. Questions from the Media. (Mayor)

13. Adjourn. (Mayor)

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