REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, HELD IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, MUNICIPAL PLAZA BUILDING, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2001.

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2001-36 The regular meeting was called to order at 1:00 P.M. by the Presiding Officer, Mayor Ed Garza, with the following members present: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Conner.

2001–36 Invocation by Deacon Alois Keller, St. Lawrence Catholic Church.

2001–36 Pledge of Allegiance to the flag of the United States.

2001-36 POINT OF PERSONAL PRIVILEGE

On a point of personal privilege, Mayor Garza recognized Commissioner Paul Elizondo, who was in the audience, for the swearing in of his son, as a Board member.

2001-36 POINT OF PERSONAL PRIVILEGE

On a point of personal privilege, Councilwoman Toni Moorhouse, recognized a youth group from St. Lawrence Catholic Church who performed a musical selection titled, "From a Distance".

 

2001-36 PROCLAMATION FOR "INTERNATIONAL ACCORDION FESTIVAL WEEK"

Mayor Garza invited members of the delegation to come forward for the reading of a Proclamation in recognition of "International Accordion Festival Week". He presented the certificate to Eduardo Diaz, who then introduced other members in attendance, namely Ms. Pat Jasper, Mr. Juan Tejeda, Maria Elena Torralva, and Ernesto Rubio. Mr. Diaz thanked the City Council for the recognition and spoke to the activities taking place in conjunction with the week’s observance.

Members of the City Council congratulated Mr. Diaz for his continued support in promotion of music and the arts.

2001-36 PROCLAMATION FOR "SAN ANTONIO FOOD BANK/TASTE OF SAN ANTONIO DAY"

Mayor Garza read a Proclamation in observance of "San Antonio Food Bank/Taste of San Antonio Day," and presented it to a representative from the San Antonio Restaurant Association who then elaborated on the week’s activities.

Members of the City Council congratulated the San Antonio Restaurant Association membership present for their contributions and efforts to help those less fortunate in the community.

2001-36 SWEARING-IN OF BOARD MEMBERS

Mayor Garza spoke of the various community citizens who are appointed to serve as members of Boards and Commissions of the City San Antonio. He acknowledged their service and dedication.

City Clerk Norma Rodriguez then administered the Oath of Office to the board members. Members of the City Council joined the Mayor in front of the podium to present the Certificates of Appointment to the new Board members.

2001-36 Minutes of the Regular City Council meeting of August 30, and September 6, 2001 were approved.

 

2001-36 POINT OF PERSONAL PRIVILEGE

On a point of personal privilege, Mr. Perez recognized his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Perez, and thanked them for their attendance at the meeting.

2001-36 CONSENT AGENDA – CITIZENS COMMENTS

Mr. Faris Hodge, Jr., 140 Dora, expressed his concern on the shortage of police officers, and also noted the monies spent on traveling rather than directing those monies to fund the Senior Nutrition Centers.

Ms. Nancy Englebert, 10486 Pine Glade, expressed concern on the number of police vehicles that many times are just there parked at the police substations, and not in use.

Mr. Nazarite Ruben Flores Perez, 627 Hearne Avenue, expressed concern on the amount of monies given to the various agencies.

Mr. Jack M. Finger, P.O. Box 12048, spoke to several items on the agenda, specifically noting Item 11, regarding the purchase of police vehicles.

2001-36 POINT OF PERSONAL PRIVILEGE

Mr. Sanders recognized the members of the various Boards and Commissions for their spirit of volunteerism and contributions to the community.

(At this point, Mayor Garza was obliged to leave the meeting. Mayor Pro-Tem Castro presided in his absence.)

2001-36 CONSENT AGENDA

Mr. Perez made a motion to approve Agenda Items 9 through 38A constituting the Consent Agenda, except for Items 23 and 26, which were pulled for individual consideration. Mr. Barrera seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the following Ordinances, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Conner.

AN ORDINANCE 94597

ACCEPTING THE LOW, QUALIFIED BIDS FROM MUSTANG EQUIPMENT, FOR ITEMS 1 AND 2; AND MASTER TURF DISTRIBUTERS, INC., D/B/A AMC INDUSTRIES, BID NO. 3, FOR ITEM 4 TO PROVIDE THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO AVIATION AND PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENTS WITH TURF EQUIPMENT FOR A TOTAL SUM OF $54,985.00.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94598

ACCEPTING THE LOW, QUALIFIED BID SUBMITTED BY SELRICO SERVICES, INC., AN MBE COMPANY, TO PROVIDE THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT WITH FOOD SERVICE FOR THE CHILD AND ADULT CARE FOOD PROGRAM FOR A TOTAL SUM OF $133,250.00.

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AN ORDINANCE 94599

ACCEPTING THE LOW BID SUBMITTED BY LAWRENCE MARSHALL FORD-MERCURY, LP TO PROVIDE THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS WITH PATROL SEDANS FOR A TOTAL SUM OF $4,076,043.00.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94600

ACCEPTING THE BIDS OF VARIOUS COMPANIES TO PROVIDE THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO WITH VARIOUS MATERIALS AND SERVICES ON AN ANNUAL CONTRACT BASIS FOR THE 2001-2002 FISCAL YEAR FOR A TOTAL OF APPROXIMATELY $1,967,365.00. (COPIES OF BID PACKETS ARE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW IN THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AND A LIST OF SUCCESSFUL BIDDERS ARE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW IN THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.)

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AN ORDINANCE 94601

ESTABLISHING PROJECT BUDGETS AND AUTHORIZING THE APPROPRIATION OF $29,911.64 OF FY 00/01 FIMP FUNDS INTO THE RUTH WOODARD RECREATION CENTER PARKING IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT IN THE AMOUNT OF $4,875.45, LIONS FIELD CENTER PARKING IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT IN THE AMOUNT OF $23,587.19 AND LIONS FIELD LANDSCAPING ENHANCEMENT PROJECT IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,449.00; AND AUTHORIZING TRANSFERS TO THE GENERAL FUND BUDGET TO REIMBURSE PROJECT COST COMPLETED BY THE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94602

AUTHORIZING APPROPRIATION OF $16,236.00 IN 1994 PARK GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND FUND PROCEEDS INTO THE OLMOS BASIN PARK/DEVINE ROAD CONSTRUCTION PROJECT IN CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 9 TO FUND FIELD ALTERATION 5 WITH DONSAN CONSTRUCTION, L.L.C., IN THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF $21,117.00 FOR CONSTRUCTION COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROJECT; AND PROVIDING FOR PAYMENT.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94603

DESIGNATING THE FIRM OF RICHARD N. BERRY, P.E., INC. TO PROVIDE INSPECTION AND TESTING SERVICES IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE MULTI SECTOR GENERAL PERMIT (MSGP) MANDATED UNDER TEXAS POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM FOR SAN ANTONIO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AND STINSON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT; AUTHORIZING NEGOTIATION AND EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $327,713.89; APPROPRIATING $30,000.00 FOR INSPECTION AND TESTING CONTINGENCIES; ESTABLISHING THE BUDGET; AND PROVIDING FOR PAYMENT.

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AN ORDINANCE 94604

AUTHORIZING PAYMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $15,800.00 TO CLEAR CHANNEL OUTDOOR, INC. F/K/A ELLER MEDIA COMPANY FOR BILLBOARD RELOCATION EXPENSES IN CONNECTION WITH THE STATE LOOP 1604 - F.M. 471 TO U.S. HWY. 90 METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION PROJECT IN COUNCIL DISTRICTS 6 & 8; APPROPRIATING FUNDS AND PROVIDING FOR PAYMENT.

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AN ORDINANCE 94605

AUTHORIZING PAYMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $125.00 TO ALAMO TITLE COMPANY FOR TITLE CHARGES IN CONNECTION WITH THE DUVAL/SEGUIN - PIERCE TO WALTERS PROJECT IN COUNCIL DISTRICT 2; APPROPRIATING FUNDS; AND PROVIDING FOR PAYMENT.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94606

DECLARING THE PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE AT HIDDEN COVE ELEMENTARY PROJECT ("PROJECT") TO BE A PUBLIC PROJECT; DECLARING A PUBLIC NECESSITY FOR THE ACQUISITION OF THE FEE SIMPLE TITLE AND/OR EASEMENT INTEREST TO CERTAIN PRIVATELY OWNED REAL PROPERTY, BY NEGOTIATIONS AND/OR CONDEMNATION, IF NECESSARY, FOR PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS FOR USE AS A PART OF THIS PROJECT; TO WIT, ALL OR PORTIONS OF THE PROPERTIES LISTED AS FOLLOWS: BEING TWO 0.062 ACRE PARCELS (FOR A TOTAL OF 0.124 ACRES) OUT OF A 39.321 ACRE TRACT OF LAND OUT OF THE MARIA F. RODRIGUEZ SURVEY NO. 4, ABSTRACT 16, NEW CITY BLOCK 15604, SAN ANTONIO, BEXAR COUNTY, TEXAS, FOR A PUBLIC PURPOSE AS PART OF THE PROJECT; ESTABLISHING JUST COMPENSATION FOR THE PROPERTY; APPROPRIATING FUNDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $11,452.00 FOR THE PROJECT AND MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROJECT SUCH AS APPRAISALS AND ATTORNEY'S FEES; AUTHORIZING THE CITY STAFF AND/OR ITS DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVES TO NEGOTIATE WITH AND TO ACQUIRE THE PROPERTY FROM THE OWNERS ON THE APPROVED TERMS; AUTHORIZING THE CITY ATTORNEY AND/OR DESIGNATED SPECIAL COUNSEL TO FILE EMINENT DOMAIN PROCEEDINGS, IF NECESSARY; FINDING THE ORDINANCE TO HAVE BEEN CONSIDERED PURSUANT TO THE LAWS GOVERNING OPEN MEETINGS; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94607

DECLARING THE BLOSSOM/WOODBURY #1007 PROJECT, PHASES I & II ("PROJECT") TO BE A PUBLIC PROJECT; DECLARING A PUBLIC NECESSITY FOR THE ACQUISITION OF THE FEE SIMPLE TITLE AND/OR EASEMENT INTEREST TO CERTAIN PRIVATELY OWNED REAL PROPERTY, BY NEGOTIATIONS AND/OR CONDEMNATION, IF NECESSARY, FOR PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS FOR USE AS A PART OF THIS PROJECT; TO WIT, ALL OR PORTIONS OF THE PROPERTIES LISTED AS FOLLOWS: BEING A 0.018 ACRE TRACT OF LAND OUT OF LOT 15, BLOCK 7, NCB 12517, AND A 0.037 ACRE TRACT OF LAND OUT OF LOT 16, BLOCK 7, NCB 12517, BOTH OUT OF OAK FORREST ESTATES, UNIT 1 SUBDIVISION, SAN ANTONIO, BEXAR COUNTY, TEXAS, FOR A PUBLIC PURPOSE AS PART OF THE PROJECT; ESTABLISHING JUST COMPENSATION FOR THE PROPERTY; APPROPRIATING FUNDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $9,135.00 FOR THE PROJECT AND MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROJECT SUCH AS APPRAISALS AND ATTORNEY'S FEES; AUTHORIZING THE CITY STAFF AND/OR ITS DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVES TO NEGOTIATE WITH AND TO ACQUIRE THE PROPERTY FROM THE OWNERS ON THE APPROVED TERMS; AUTHORIZING THE CITY ATTORNEY AND/OR DESIGNATED SPECIAL COUNSEL TO FILE EMINENT DOMAIN PROCEEDINGS, IF NECESSARY; FINDING THE ORDINANCE TO HAVE BEEN CONSIDERED PURSUANT TO THE LAWS GOVERNING OPEN MEETINGS; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94608

DECLARING THE ST. MARY'S STREET - ALAMO TO PEREIDA METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION PROJECT ("PROJECT") TO BE A PUBLIC PROJECT; DECLARING A PUBLIC NECESSITY FOR THE ACQUISITION OF THE FEE SIMPLE TITLE AND/OR EASEMENT INTEREST TO CERTAIN PRIVATELY OWNED REAL PROPERTY, BY NEGOTIATIONS AND/OR CONDEMNATION, IF NECESSARY, FOR PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS FOR USE AS A PART OF THIS PROJECT; TO WIT ALL OR PORTIONS OF THE PROPERTIES LISTED AS FOLLOWS: (1) BEING 111 SQUARE FEET OF LAND OUT OF LOT 13, BLOCK 2, NCB 949; (2) BEING 151 SQUARE FEET OF LAND OUT OF LOT 11, BLOCK 4, NCB 782; ALL IN BEXAR COUNTY, TEXAS, FOR A PUBLIC PURPOSE AS PART OF THE PROJECT; ESTABLISHING JUST COMPENSATION FOR THE PROPERTY; APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR THE PROJECT AND MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROJECT SUCH AS APPRAISALS AND ATTORNEY'S FEES; AUTHORIZING THE CITY STAFF AND/OR ITS DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVES TO NEGOTIATE WITH AND TO ACQUIRE THE PROPERTY FROM THE OWNERS ON THE APPROVED TERMS; AUTHORIZING THE CITY ATTORNEY AND/OR DESIGNATED SPECIAL COUNSEL TO FILE EMINENT DOMAIN PROCEEDINGS, IF NECESSARY; FINDING THE ORDINANCE TO HAVE BEEN CONSIDERED PURSUANT TO THE LAWS GOVERNING OPEN MEETINGS; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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AN ORDINANCE 94609

AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A STANDARD FORM LA VILLITA RETAIL LEASE AGREEMENT WITH LA VILLITA CAFÉ Y CANTINA, INC. FOR THEIR CONTINUED USE OF APPROXIMATELY 1,713 SQUARE FEET OF RESTAURANT SPACE IN THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO'S LA VILLITA IN CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 1 FOR A PERIOD ENDING JUNE 30, 2007 FOR A TOTAL MONTHLY

PAYMENT OF $1,330.35 IN YEAR ONE, $1,417.69 IN YEAR TWO, $1,434.96 IN YEAR THREE, $1,452.52 IN YEAR FOUR, $1,470.40 IN YEAR FIVE, AND $1,488.07 IN YEAR SIX.

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AN ORDINANCE 94610

AUTHORIZING THE ACQUISITION OF TWO ADJACENT PARCELS OF APPROXIMATELY 4.449 ACRES AND APPROXIMATELY .854 ACRES ON THE EAST SIDE OF LEON CREEK BETWEEN PRUE ROAD AND BABCOCK ROAD IN CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 8; AND ALLOCATING $13,894.00 IN 1999 PARK GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND FUNDS FOR CLOSING COSTS AND FEES.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94611

ACCEPTING THE PROPOSAL OF RIVER CITY MERCHANDISING FOR THE NOVELTY AND SOUVENIR CONCESSIONS AT THE MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT WITH A TWO-YEAR PRIMARY TERM AND TWO ADDITIONAL TWO-YEAR RENEWAL OPTIONS WHICH PROVIDES FOR PAYMENT TO THE CITY OF 58% OF ALL RIVER CITY MERCHANDISING'S GROSS RECEIPTS, AFTER TAXES, GENERATED THEREUNDER AT A PROJECTED AMOUNT OF $17,850.00 ANNUALLY.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94612

AUTHORIZING THE EXERCISE OF THE SECOND ONE-YEAR RENEWAL OPTION OF A SERVICE AGREEMENT WITH UNICCO SERVICE COMPANY TO PROVIDE HOUSEKEEPING AND CONVERSION SERVICES TO THE ALAMODOME AND HOUSEKEEPING SERVICES TO NELSON W. WOLFF MUNICIPAL STADIUM; AMENDING THE CURRENT TERMS BY AUTHORIZING A TEN (10) PERCENT INCREASE FOR CURRENT HOURLY LABOR RATES; AND PROVIDING FOR THE ESTIMATED PAYMENT OF $775,320.00 FOR HOUSEKEEPING SERVICES AND $172,788.00 FOR CONVERSION SERVICES AT THE ALAMODOME AND $69,069.00 FOR HOUSEKEEPING SERVICES AT NELSON W. WOLFF MUNICIPAL STADIUM. (AMENDS ORDINANCE NO. 86560, SEPTEMBER 4, 1997; ORDINANCE NO. 92501, SEPTEMBER 14, 2000.)

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AN ORDINANCE 94613

AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF $64,957.00 IN FINANCIAL SUPPORT FROM THE CARVER DEVELOPMENT BOARD FOR THE FY 2001/2002 CARVER COMMUNITY CULTURAL CENTER; AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF REVENUE FUND ACCOUNTS FROM THE HOTEL/MOTEL TAX, THE CARVER CULTURAL CENTER ENDOWMENT, AND THE CARVER COMMUNITY CULTURAL CENTER TRUST, TO THE CARVER ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT PROJECT, IN THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF $213,959.00; ESTABLISHING THE BUDGET; AND AUTHORIZING A PERSONNEL COMPLEMENT.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94614

AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND APPROVAL OF AN ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH THE SAN ANTONIO FIRE AND POLICE PENSION FUND BOARD OF TRUSTEES ("FUND") FOR THE CITY TO PROVIDE CERTAIN ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES TO THE FUND FOR THE PERIOD FROM OCTOBER 1, 2001, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2003; AUTHORIZING THE RENEWAL OF SUCH AGREEMENT THEREAFTER UPON MUTUAL AGREEMENT OF THE PARTIES FOR TWO (2) ADDITIONAL ONE-YEAR TERMS; ACCEPTING COMPENSATION IN THE AMOUNT OF $24,000.00 PER YEAR; AND ESTABLISHING A BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001-2002.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94615

AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH BEXAR COUNTY TO ALLOW A COUNTY WEBSITE TO BE ADDED TO THE MENU OF SERVICES ON THE CITY'S COMMUNITY LINK KIOSKS.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94616

APPROVING THE RENEWAL OF DEPENDABLE HEALTH SERVICES, INC. TO PROVIDE NURSING SERVICES INVOLVING THE SCREENING AND OBSERVATION OF DETAINEES AT THE CITY DETENTION CENTER FACILITY FOR THE PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 2001 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2002 WITH TWO SUBSEQUENT ONE YEAR RENEWAL OPTIONS; AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A PROFESSIONAL NURSING SERVICES AGREEMENT; AUTHORIZING PAYMENTS FOR NURSING SERVICES IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $325,961.00 TO DEPENDABLE HEALTH SERVICES, INC.; AND AUTHORIZING PAYMENTS TO PRIVATE PHYSICIANS IN AN AMOUNT UP TO $36,000.00 FOR MEDICAL ON-CALL SERVICES AT THIS FACILITY.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94617

ACCEPTING THE PROPOSAL OF NEW HORIZONS COMPUTER LEARNING CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS TO PROVIDE TRAINING TO CITY EMPLOYEES AS PART OF THE MICROSOFT CERTIFIED TRAINING PROGRAM AND TRAINING CERTIFICATE PROGRAM, AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT FOR THE SERVICES TO BE PROVIDED THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2002, CONTINGENT UPON SEPARATE APPROPRIATIONS AND PROVIDING FOR AN EXTENSION FOR UP TO ONE ADDITIONAL YEAR AT THE CITY'S OPTION AS DETERMINED BY THE DIRECTOR, INFORMATION SERVICES ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94618

AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER OR HER DESIGNEE TO EXERCISE THE OPTION OF A ONE-YEAR RENEWAL CONTRACT EXTENSION WITH AETNA U.S. HEALTHCARE TO PROVIDE GROUP TERM LIFE, ACCIDENTAL DEATH AND DISMEMBERMENT AND SUPPLEMENTAL LIFE INSURANCE COVERAGE UNDER THE CITY'S SELF-INSURANCE FUND FOR A TERM BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2002, AND ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2002 FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT OF $540,587.00.

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AN ORDINANCE 94619

AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF TWO GRANTS, THE FIRST IN THE AMOUNT OF $159,231.00 FROM THE TEXAS COMMISSION ON THE ARTS (TCA) TO SUPPORT THE SUBGRANTING TO LOCAL ARTS AND CULTURAL AGENCIES AND PROVIDING FOR PARTIAL SUPPORT OF A STAFF POSITION IN THE OFFICE OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS; AND THE SECOND GRANT IN THE AMOUNT OF $3,912.00 FROM THE TCA TO SUPPORT THE 4TH ANNUAL CULTURAL TOURISM ALLIANCE CONFERENCE TO BE HELD IN SAN ANTONIO FROM NOVEMBER 1-3, 2001.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94620

RENEWING A CONTRACT WITH CAMBRIDGE INTEGRATED SERVICES GROUP, INC., IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,011,750.00, TO PROVIDE THIRD PARTY CLAIMS ADMINISTRATION SERVICES FOR THE CITY'S SELF-INSURED LIABILITY AND WORKERS' COMPENSATION PROGRAM FOR A ONE (1) YEAR TERM, FROM OCTOBER 1, 2001, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2002.

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AN ORDINANCE 94621

AUTHORIZING A PARADE PERMIT AND TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF MILITARY DRIVE, GOLIAD ROAD, SOUTH PRESA AND HWY 181 CONTINUING ON TO CORPUS CHRISTI IN CONNECTION WITH THE MS 150 BIKE TO THE BEACH TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2001 FROM 7:00 A.M. UNTIL 9:00 A.M., SPONSORED BY THE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY.

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AN ORDINANCE 94622

AUTHORIZING THE TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF SOUTH MAIN BETWEEN DOLOROSA AND COMMERCE IN CONNECTION WITH THE SAN FERNANDO HEALTH AND SAFETY FAIR TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2001 FROM 6:30 A.M. TO 3:00 P.M., SPONSORED BY SAN FERNANDO CATHEDRAL.

 

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AN ORDINANCE 94623

AUTHORIZING THE TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF JOHN ADAMS BETWEEN ST. CLOUD AND WILLIFORD WAY IN CONNECTION WITH ST. PAUL CATHOLIC CHURCH'S PARISH FALL FESTIVAL TO BE HELD ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2001 FROM 7:00 A.M. TO 10:00 P.M., SPONSORED BY ST. PAUL CATHOLIC CHURCH.

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AN ORDINANCE 94624
APPOINTING JOHN BREWINGTON (DISTRICT 1) TO THE SAN ANTONIO PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR A TERM OF OFFICE TO EXPIRE ON SEPTEMBER 30, 2003.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE 94625

AUTHORIZING THE NEGOTIATION AND EXECUTION OF NEW FIVE (5) YEAR AIRLINE/AIRPORT USE AND LEASE AGREEMENTS WITH SCHEDULED AIR CARRIERS FOR THE USE AND LEASE OF PREMISES AT THE SAN ANTONIO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.

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Mr. Perez made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Carpenter seconded the motion.

In response to Mr. Castro, Mr. Kevin Dolliole, Director of Aviation stated there would not be any impact on the formula, and that it would allow for change in the contract. He also responded on the security measures taken at the Airport, noting that the security was over and above the requirements.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Conner, Garza.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance, and noted the item was pulled to record the abstention from Councilman Sanders:

AN ORDINANCE 94626

RATIFYING THE ACCEPTANCE OF A GRANT IN THE AMOUNT OF $48,672.87 FROM THE TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION TO SUPPORT THE BETTER CAREER PROGRAM OFFERED AT THE ALBERT J. BENAVIDES LEARNING AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT CENTER, APPROVING THE PROPOSED BUDGET AND PERSONNEL COMPLEMENT.

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Ms. Moorhouse made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Perez seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. ABSTAIN: Sanders. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Conner.

2000-36 ZONING HEARINGS – CITIZEN COMMENTS

Mr. Faris Hodge, Jr., 140 Dora, spoke to each of the zoning cases on the agenda.

Mr. Nazarite Ruben Flores Perez, 627 Hearne Avenue, spoke to various zoning cases.

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2000-36 ZONING HEARINGS

 

4A) CASE NUMBER #Z2001182 - The request of Randy Cunniff, Applicant, for Orville Carr and Associates, Owner(s), for a change in zoning from "B-2NA" Business, Non-alcoholic Sales District and "B-2NA UC" Business, Non-alcoholic Sales, Urban Corridor District to "C-2" Commercial District and "C-2 UC" Commercial, Urban Corridor District on Lot 9 and 11, NCB 386, 1500 N. Main Avenue. Staff's recommendation was for denial.

Zoning Commission has recommended denial. (Council District 1)

Mr. Ray Lozano, Land Development Services, explained the proposed rezoning case.

The following citizen(s) appeared to speak:

Mr. Randy Cunniff, the applicant, stated that the zoning request had been changed from the C-3, noting that the Zoning Commission had approved the recommendation. He spoke on the extensive work with the various property owners, and the meetings held with them to obtain their approval.

Ms. Kathleen Trenchard, 215 E. Park, submitted a letter for the record, a copy of the letter is on file with the papers of this meeting. She spoke in opposition to another bar being established in the area, and noted that C-2 zoning would still allow such use. She added there were numerous problems with bars on Main Avenue, such as prostitution, cruising, parking problems, and garbage nuisances close to the residential area.

Ms. Angie Ruiz, 502 E. Evergreen, submitted a letter to Mr. Perez for the record, a copy of which is on file with the papers of this meeting. She spoke in opposition to the requested zoning, noting that another bar would be detrimental to the area residents.

Mr. Ron Prince, 1920 Nacogdoches, spoke in opposition to the zoning change, also noting the parking problems, and infrastructure deterioration to the neighborhood.

Mr. Randy Cunniff, 1500 N. Main, reiterated on the arrangements which have been made for parking facilities, and the continued work with the area residents to accommodate all concerned.

In response to Mr. Perez, Mr. Ray Lozano clarified on the amended request of C-2, noting that this request was consistent with the Neighborhood Plan.

Mr. Perez stated that the TABC record was clear, that all issues were in order, and stressed the importance of working together with both sides to facilitate the process. He then made a motion for approval. Mr. Barrera seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the following Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Garcia, Conner, Garza.

AN ORDINANCE 94627

AMENDING CHAPTER 35 OF THE CITY CODE THAT CONSTITUTES THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BY CHANGING THE CLASSIFICATION OF AND REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN AS LOT 9 AND 11, NCB 386, 1500 N. MAIN AVENUE, FROM "B-2NA" BUSINESS, NON-ALCOHOLIC SALES DISTRICT AND "B-2NA UC" BUSINESS, NON-ALCOHOLIC SALES, URBAN CORRIDOR DISTRICT TO "C-2" COMMERCIAL DISTRICT AND "C-2 UC" COMMERCIAL, URBAN CORRIDOR DISTRICT.

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4B) CASE NUMBER #Z2001193 - The request of San Antonio Alternative Housing Corp., Applicant, for Roger and Janice Gary, Owner(s), for a change in zoning from "D" Apartment District and "O-1" Office District to "MF 25" Multi-family Residence Limited Density District on Lot 2, the northeasterly 13.89 feet of Lot 3, southeasterly 22.2 Feet of Lot 7, and the northeasterly 13.89 feet of the southeasterly 22.2 feet of lot 8, Block 2, NCB 767, 521 West Euclid. Staff's recommendation was for approval.

Zoning Commission has recommended approval. (Council District 1)

Mr. Ray Lozano, Land Development Services, explained the proposed rezoning case.

Mr. Perez made a motion to approve the proposed rezoning. Mr. Carpenter seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the following Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Martin, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Moorhouse, Garcia, Conner, Garza.

AN ORDINANCE 94628

AMENDING CHAPTER 35 OF THE CITY CODE THAT CONSTITUTES THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BY CHANGING THE CLASSIFICATION OF AND REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN AS LOT 2, THE NORTHEASTERLY 13.89 FEET OF LOT 3, SOUTHEASTERLY 22.2 FEET OF LOT 7, AND THE NORTHEASTERLY 13.89 FEET OF THE SOUTHEASTERLY 22.2 FEET OF LOT 8, BLOCK 2, NCB 767, 521 WEST EUCLID, FROM "D" APARTMENT DISTRICT AND "O-1" OFFICE DISTRICT TO "MF 25" MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENCE LIMITED DENSITY DISTRICT.

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4C) CASE NUMBER #Z2001175C - The request of Prince Hall Masonic Temple, Applicant, for Prince Hall Masonic Temple, Owner(s), for a change in zoning from Temporary "A" Single Family Residence District to "R-20C" Residential Single-Family District with the conditional use of a fraternal lodge on Lot 26, NCB 10754, 1163 Rice Road. Staff's recommendation was for approval.

Zoning Commission has recommended approval. (Council District 2).

Mr. Ray Lozano, Land Development Services, explained the proposed rezoning case.

Mr. Sanders made a motion to approve the proposed rezoning. Mr. Perez seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the following Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Conner, Garza.

AN ORDINANCE 94629

AMENDING CHAPTER 35 OF THE CITY CODE THAT CONSTITUTES THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BY CHANGING THE CLASSIFICATION OF AND REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN AS LOT 26, NCB 10754, 1163 RICE ROAD, FROM TEMPORARY "A" SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE DISTRICT TO "R-20C" RESIDENTIAL SINGLE-FAMILY DISTRICT WITH THE CONDITIONAL USE FOR A FRATERNAL LODGE.

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4D) CASE NUMBER #Z2001186SUP - The request of City of San Antonio, Applicant, for Mark Sullivan, Owner(s), for a change in zoning from "R-2A SUP" Three and Four Family Residence District to Historic Significant "R-2A SUP (HS)" Three and Four Family Residence District on Lot 15 and Lot 16, Block 1, NCB 3593, 309 Army Boulevard. Staff's recommendation was for approval.

Zoning Commission has recommended approval. (Council District 2)

Mr. Ray Lozano, Land Development Services, explained the proposed rezoning case.

Mr. Sanders made a motion to approve the proposed rezoning. Mr. Carpenter seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the following Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Martin, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Moorhouse, Garcia, Conner, Garza.

AN ORDINANCE 94630

AMENDING CHAPTER 35 OF THE CITY CODE THAT CONSTITUTES THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BY CHANGING THE CLASSIFICATION OF AND REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN AS LOT 15 AND LOT 16, BLOCK 1, NCB 3593, 309 ARMY BOULEVARD, FROM "R-2A SUP" THREE AND FOUR FAMILY RESIDENCE DISTRICT TO HISTORIC SIGNIFICANT "R-2A SUP (HS)" THREE AND FOUR FAMILY RESIDENCE DISTRICT.

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4E) CASE NUMBER #Z2001177 - The request of Fisher Engineering, Inc. - Bill Fey, Applicant, for Senior Housing Services, Inc., Owner(s), for a change in zoning from "R-1" Single-Family Residence District, "B-3 R" Restrictive Business

District and "B-2" Business District to "R-5" Single Family Residence District on 8.820 acres out of NCB 15910 at the intersection of Potranco Road and Fillmore Drive. Staff's recommendation was for approval.

Mr. Ray Lozano, Land Development Services, explained the proposed rezoning, and noted that the applicant had withdrawn the zoning request.

 

 

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4F) CASE NUMBER #Z2001188 - The request of Cingular Wireless, Applicant, for Alphonso & Armando Salazar, Owner(s), for a change in zoning from "R-1" Residential District, to "O-1" Office District on .396 acres out of Lot 17, NCB 7883, 602 W. Southcross. Staff's recommendation was for approval.

Zoning Commission has recommended approval. (Council District 4)

Mr. Ray Lozano, Land Development Services, explained the proposed rezoning case.

Mr. Martin made a motion to approve the proposed rezoning. Ms. Moorhouse seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the following Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Garcia, Conner, Garza.

AN ORDINANCE 94631

AMENDING CHAPTER 35 OF THE CITY CODE THAT CONSTITUTES THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BY CHANGING THE CLASSIFICATION OF AND REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN AS 0.396 ACRES OUT OF LOT 17, NCB 7883, 602 W. SOUTHCROSS, FROM "R-1" RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT, TO "O-1" OFFICE DISTRICT.

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4G) CASE NUMBER #Z2001190 - The request of Earl and Brown, P.C., Applicant, for M.G. Building Materials, Inc., Owner(s), for a change in zoning from "B-3R" Restrictive Business District to "MF-25" Multi-family Residence Limited Density District on 10.399 acres out of Lot P-42A, Blk. 38, NCB 17878, 1200 Block of Flint Valley Drive. Staff's recommendation was for approval.

Zoning Commission has recommended approval. (Council District 4)

Mr. Ray Lozano, Land Development Services, explained the proposed rezoning case.

Mr. Martin made a motion to approve the proposed rezoning with the written restrictions as listed below. Mr. Barrera seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the following Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Sanders, Martin, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Moorhouse, Garcia, Conner, Garza.

AN ORDINANCE 94632

AMENDING CHAPTER 35 OF THE CITY CODE THAT CONSTITUTES THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BY CHANGING THE CLASSIFICATION OF AND REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN AS 10.399 ACRES OUT OF LOT P-42A, BLK. 38, NCB 17878, 1200 BLOCK OF FLINT VALLEY DRIVE, FROM "B-3R" RESTRICTIVE BUSINESS DISTRICT TO "MF-25" MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENCE LIMITED DENSITY DISTRICT.

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  1. The Declarant hereby agrees to construct any apartments on the Property with the majority of the exterior of the apartments being brick or another masonry product.
  2. The Declarant hereby agrees to construct a gate and fence around any apartments constructed on the Property. Any fence abutting a street will be wrought iron with stucco or brick columns. The fence along the northern boundary of the property will be six-foot wooden privacy fence.
  3. The Declarant hereby agrees not to construct any apartments on the Property taller than two stories.
  4. The Declarant hereby agrees not to request a sidewalk variance from the City of San Antonio on the Property.

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4H) CASE NUMBER #Z2001191 - The request of Earl and Brown, P.C., Applicant, for FC Stonebridge Limited Partnership, Owner(s), for a change in zoning from Temporary "R-1" Single-Family Residence District to "MH" Manufactured Housing District on 77.74 acre tract of land out of NCB 17635, Culebra Road (FM 471). Staff's recommendation was for approval.

Zoning Commission has recommended approval. (Council District 6 )

Mr. Ray Lozano, Land Development Services, explained the proposed rezoning case.

Mr. Barrera made a motion to approve the proposed rezoning. Mr. Martin seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the following Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Sanders, Martin, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Moorhouse, Garcia, Conner, Garza.

AN ORDINANCE 94633

AMENDING CHAPTER 35 OF THE CITY CODE THAT CONSTITUTES THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BY CHANGING THE CLASSIFICATION OF AND REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN AS BEING 77.74 ACRE TRACT OF LAND OUT OF NCB 17635, CULEBRA ROAD (FM 471), FROM TEMPORARY "R-1" SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCE DISTRICT TO "MH" MANUFACTURED HOUSING DISTRICT.

 

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(At this point, Mr. Carpenter presided in order for Mr. Castro to speak to this matter.)

4I) CASE NUMBER #Z2001196 - The request of City of San Antonio, Applicant, for Attached legal descriptions, Owner(s), for a change in zoning from Temporary "R-1" Single-Family Residence District to "R-6" Residential Single-Family District. The proposed "R-6" Residential Single-Family District will replace the Temporary "R-1" Single-Family Residence District that resulted from the area being annexed into the City of San Antonio in 1985. Securing a permanent zoning classification to "R-6" Residential Single-Family District will preserve protect the character and quality of the neighborhood on Eckhert Road, John Marshall Drive, Kyle Rote Drive, Mickey Mantle Drive, Connie Mack Drive, Babe Ruth Drive, Knute Rockne Drive, Joe Dimaggio Drive, Lou Gehric Drive, Hogan's Trail Drive, Devlin Point Drive, Budge Drive, Bart Starr Drive, Gary Player Drive, Dana Bible Drive, Evert Drive, Jimme Foxx Circle Drive and Sam Snead Drive. Staff's recommendation was for approval.

Zoning Commission has recommended approval. (Council District 7)

Mr. Ray Lozano, Land Development Services, explained the proposed rezoning case.

Mr. Castro made a motion to approve the proposed rezoning. Mr. Barrera seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the following Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Martin, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Moorhouse, Garcia, Conner, Garza.

AN ORDINANCE 94634

AMENDING CHAPTER 35 OF THE CITY CODE THAT CONSTITUTES THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BY CHANGING THE CLASSIFICATION OF AND REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN AS BEING

COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BY CHANGING THE CLASSIFICATION OF AND REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY

CLASSIFICATION OF AND REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN AS BEING

HEREIN AS BEING:

NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 45, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 27, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 44,

NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 26, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 43, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 25,

NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 42, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 24, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 41,

NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 23, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 40, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 22,

NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 21, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 39, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 20,

NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 38, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 19, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 37,

NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 18, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 36, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 17,

NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 35, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 34, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 16,

NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 33, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 15, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 32,

NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 14, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 31, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 13,

NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 30, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 29, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 28,

NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 27, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 14, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 13,

NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 25, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 24, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 23,

NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 19, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 18, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 17,

NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 20, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 16, NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 18,

NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 15, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 4, NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 17,

NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 3, NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 19, NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 9,

NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 8, NCB 17961 BLK 10 LOT 15, NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 7,

NCB 17961 BLK 10 LOT 14, NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 6, NCB 17961 BLK 10 LOT 13,

NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 5, NCB 17961 BLK 10 LOT 12, NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 4,

NCB 17961 BLK 10 LOT 11, NCB 17972 BLK 22 LOT 3, NCB 17970 BLK 20 LOT 18,

NCB 17970 BLK 20 LOT 17, NCB 17970 BLK 20 LOT 14, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 51,

NCB 17970 BLK 20 LOT 15, NCB 17970 BLK 20 LOT 16, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 47,

NCB 17970 BLK LOT P-31, NCB 17970 BLK 19 LOT 1, NCB 17961 BLK 10 LOT 10,

NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 3, NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 2, NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 1,

NCB 17958 BLK 7 LOT 1, NCB 17958 BLK LOT 2, NCB 17962 BLK 11 LOT 5,

NCB 17958 BLK 7 LOT 3, NCB 17962 BLK 11 LOT 6, NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 1,

NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 22, NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 2, NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 21,

NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 3, NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 20, NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 4,

NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT19, NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 5, NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 18,

NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 6, NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 17, NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 7,

NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 16, NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 8, NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 15,

NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 9, NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 14, NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 10,

NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 13, NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 11, NCB 17967 BLK 16 LOT 12,

NCB 17957 BLK 6 LOT W 137.56 FT OF 6, NCB 17957 BLK 6 LOT 7, NCB 17972 BLK 22, LOT 2

NCB 17957 BLK 6 LOT 8, NCB 17972 BLK 22 LOT 1, NCB 17957 BLK 6 LOT 9,

NCB 17957 BLK 6 LOT 3, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 1, NCB 17957 BLK 6 LOT 2,

NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 2, NCB 17957 BLK 6 LOT 1, NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 16,

NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 1, NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 15, NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 2,

NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 14, NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 3, NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 4,

NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 9, NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 5, NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 8,

NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 6, NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 7, NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 7,

NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 8, NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 9, NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 10,

NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 11, NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 12, NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 13,

NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 14, NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 15, NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 16,

NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 22, NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 10, NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 11,

NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 12, NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 13, NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 1,

NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 2, NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 21, NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 3,

NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 20, NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 4, NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 19,

NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 5, NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 18, NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 6,

NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 17, NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 7, NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 16,

NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 8, NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 15, NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 9,

NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 14, NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 10, NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 13,

NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 11, NCB 17966 BLK 15 LOT 12, NCB 17971BLK 21 LOT 12

EXC SE IRR 5 FT, NCB 17970 BLK LOT P-32, NCB 17970 LOT P-33, NCB 17972

BLK LOT P-34, NCB 17972 BLK LOT P-35, NCB 17972 BLK LOT P-36, NCB 17957

BLK 6 LOT NE IRR 140.44 FT OF 5 & E 17 FT, NCB 17970 BLK 19 LOT 13,

NCB 17970 BLK 19 LOT 2, NCB 17970 BLK 19 LOT 12, NCB 17970 BLK 19 LOT 3,

NCB 17970 BLK 19 LOT 11, NCB 17970 BLK 19 LOT 4, NCB 17970 BLK 19 LOT 10,

NCB 17970 BLK 19 LOT 5, NCB 17970 BLK 19 LOT 9, NCB 17970 BLK 19 LOT 6,

NCB 17970 BLK 19 LOT 8, NCB 17970 BLK 19 LOT 7, NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 17,

NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 18, NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 16, NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 19,

NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 15, NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 20, NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 14,

NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 21, NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 11, NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 12,

NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 10, NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 13, NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 9,

NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 14, NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 8, NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 15,

NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 7, NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 16, NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 6,

NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 17, NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 5, NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 18,

NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 4, NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 19, NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 3,

NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 20, NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 2, NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 21,

NCB 17969 BLK 18 LOT 1, NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 12, NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 11,

NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 13, NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 10, NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 1,

NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 1, NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 2, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 2,

NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 3, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 3, NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 4,

NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 4, NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 5, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 5,

NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 6, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 6, NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 7,

NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 7, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 8, NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 8,

NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 9, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 10, NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 9,

NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 11, NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 10, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 12,

NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 11, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 13, NCB 17971 BLK 21 LOT 10,

NCB 17971 BLK 21 LOT 9, NCB 17971 BLK 21 LOT 8, NCB 17971 BLK 21 LOT 7,

NCB 17971 BLK 21 LOT 6, NCB 17971 BLK LOT P-30A, NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 17,

NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 16, NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 15, NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 14,

NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 13, NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 12, NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 11,

NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 10, NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 1, NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 9,

NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 2, NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 8, NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 3,

NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 7, NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 4, NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 6,

NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 5, NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 4, NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 3,

NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 23, NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 2, NCB 17960 BLK 9 LOT 22,

NCB 17964 BLK 13 LOT 1, NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 1, NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 2,

NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 5, NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 3, NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 6,

NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 7, NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 4, NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 8,

NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 5, NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 9, NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 6,

NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 10, NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 11, NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 7,

NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 12, NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 8, NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 13,

NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 9, NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 14, NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 10,

NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 15, NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 11, NCB 17965 BLK 14 LOT 16,

NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 12, NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 13, NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 14,

NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 15, NCB 17959 BLK 8 LOT 16, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 17,

NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 21, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 16, NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 20,

NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 15, NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 19, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 14,

NCB 17953 BLK 2 LOT 23, NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 1, NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 2,

NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 3, NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 4, NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 5,

NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 6, NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 7, NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 8,

NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 9, NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 10, NCB 17961 BLK 10 LOT 1,

NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 11, NCB 17961 BLK 10 LOT 2, NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 12,

NCB 17961 BLK 10 LOT 3, NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 13, NCB 17961 BLK 10 LOT 4,

NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 14, NCB 17961 BLK 10 LOT 5, NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 15,

NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 16, NCB 17963 BLK 12 LOT 17, NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 1,

NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 20, NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 2, NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 19,

NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 3, NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 18, NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 17,

NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 4, NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 16, NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 5,

NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 15, NCB 17954 BLK 3 LOT 6, NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 14,

NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 13, NCB 17955 BLK 4 LOT 12, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 30,

NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 29, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 28, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 12

NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 27, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 11, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 26,

NCB 17968 BLK17 LOT 10, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 25, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 9,

NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 24, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 8, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 23,

NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 7, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 22, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 6,

NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 21, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 5, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 20,

NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 4, NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 19, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 3,

NCB 17956 BLK 5 LOT 18, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 2, NCB 17968 BLK 17 LOT 1,

NCB 17962 BLK 11 LOT 4, NCB 17961 BLK 10 LOT 9, NCB 17962 BLK 11 LOT 3,

NCB 17961BLK 10 LOT 8, NCB 17962 BLK 11 LOT 2, NCB 17962 BLK 11 LOT 1,

NCB 17961BLK 10 LOT 6, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT NW IRR 87 FT OF 52 EXCEPT SE

30 FT TRIANGLE, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 48, NCB 17952 BLK 1 LOT 50, NCB

17952 BLK 1 LOT 49, NCB 17970 BLK 20 LOT 23 EXC SW IRR 20 FT OF 23,

NCB 17970 BLK 20 LOT W 118.8 FT OF 22, NCB 17970 BLK 20 LOT, 21 EXC NE 5 FT,

NCB 17970 BLK 20 LOT W IRR100.13 FT OF 20, NCB 17970 BLK 20 LOT NW OF 19

155.01 FT, FROM TEMPORARY "R-1" SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCE DISTRICT TO "R-6"

TO "R-6" RESIDENTIAL SINGLE-FAMILY DISTRICT, THE PROPOSED "R-6" RESIDENTIAL SINGLE-FAMILY DISTRICT WILL REPLACE THE TEMPORARY "R-1" SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCE DISTRICT THAT RESULTED FROM THE AREA BEING ANNEXED INTO THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO IN 1985. SECURING A PERMANENT ZONING CLASSIFICATION TO "R-6" RESIDENTIAL SINGLE-FAMILY DISTRICT WILL PRESERVE PROTECT THE CHARACTER AND QUALITY OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD ON ECKHERT ROAD, JOHN MARSHALL DRIVE, KYLE ROTE DRIVE, MICKEY MANTLE DRIVE, CONNIE MACK DRIVE, BABE RUTH DRIVE, KNUTE ROCKNE DRIVE, JOE DIMAGGIO DRIVE, LOU GEHRIC DRIVE, HOGAN'S TRAIL DRIVE, DEVLIN POINT DRIVE, BUDGE DRIVE, BART STARR DRIVE, GARY PLAYER DRIVE, DANA BIBLE DRIVE, EVERT DRIVE, JIMME FOXX CIRCLE DRIVE AND SAM SNEAD DRIVE.

 

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( At this point, Mayor Pro-Tem Castro returned to preside.)

 

4J) CASE NUMBER #Z2001189 - The request of Medallion, Ltd., Applicant, for Medallion, Ltd., Owner(s), for a change in zoning from "B-2" Business District to "R-5" (PUD) Residential Single-Family District Planned Unit Development on P-110C, P-111, P-1A. P-108 NCB 15664, NE corner of Silverbrook and Braun Rd. Staff's recommendation was for approval.

Zoning Commission has recommended approval. (Council District 8)

Mr. Ray Lozano, Land Development Services, explained the proposed rezoning case.

Mr. Schubert made a motion to approve the proposed rezoning. Mr. Carpenter seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the following Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Conner, Garza.

AN ORDINANCE 94635

AMENDING CHAPTER 35 OF THE CITY CODE THAT CONSTITUTES THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BY CHANGING THE CLASSIFICATION OF AND REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN AS P-110C, P-111, P-1A, P-108, NCB 15664, NE CORNER OF SILVERBROOK AND BRAUN RD., FROM "B-2" BUSINESS DISTRICT TO "R-5" (PUD) RESIDENTIAL SINGLE-FAMILY DISTRICT PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT.

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4K) CASE NUMBER #Z2001173 - The request of Earl and Brown, P.C., Applicant, for Tetco, Inc., Owner(s), for a change in zoning from "B-2 ERZD" Business Edwards Recharge Zone District to "C-3 ERZD S" Commercial Edwards Recharge Zone District with a Specific Use Permit for a Car Wash on .0113 acres out of NCB 19214, 19185 Stone Oak Parkway. Staff's recommendation was for approval.

Zoning Commission has recommended approval. (Council District 9)

Mr. Ray Lozano, Land Development Services, explained the proposed rezoning case.

Mr. Schubert made a motion to approve the proposed rezoning. Mr. Carpenter seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the following Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Conner, Garza.

 

 

AN ORDINANCE 94636

AMENDING CHAPTER 35 OF THE CITY CODE THAT CONSTITUTES THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BY CHANGING THE CLASSIFICATION OF AND REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN AS .0113 ACRES OUT OF NCB 19214, 19185 STONE OAK PARKWAY, FROM "B-2 ERZD" BUSINESS EDWARDS RECHARGE ZONE DISTRICT TO "C-3 ERZD S" COMMERCIAL EDWARDS RECHARGE ZONE DISTRICT WITH A SPECIFIC USE PERMIT FOR A CAR WASH.

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Provided that the following recommendations of the Aquifer Protection & Evaluation Division of the San Antonio Water System are adhered to:

1. The following shall be submitted to the Aquifer Protection & Evaluation Division of the San Antonio Water System prior to the release of any building permits:

    1. A WPWP shall be submitted for each particular development/use within the area being considered for re-zoning,
    2. A set of site specific plans which must have signed Engineers Seal from the State of Texas,
    3. A letter from the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission approving each WPAP,
    4. A copy of the approved WPAP.

  1. All stormwater run-off from the commercial development shall be directed to a stormwater abatement system that shall be approved by the Aquifer Protection & Evaluation Division of the San Antonio Water System prior to the release of any building permits.
  2. After the water pollution abatement structure construction is complete and prior to the start of business, the owner shall notify the Source Water & Watershed Protection Department at (210) 704-7392 to schedule a site inspection.
  3. If the water pollution abatement structure fails to drain properly, the owner shall notify the Source Water & Watershed Protection Department at (210) 704-7392.
  4. All water pollution abatement structures shall be properly maintained and kept free of trash and debris.
  5. According to the provisions contained in the Edwards Rules 30 TAC, Section 213.5 (b) (5), the WPAP applicant is responsible for maintaining the permanent water pollution abatement structures and all other BMP’s after construction until such time as the maintenance obligation is either assumed in writing by another entity having ownership or control of the property (such as without limitation, an owner’s association, a new property owner of lessee, a district, or municipality) or the ownership of the property is transferred to the entity. Such entity shall then be responsible for maintenance until another entity assumes such obligations in writing.
  6. The land uses within the commercial zoned areas shall be in conformance with the table of permitted uses at the time the re-zoning is approved. Should a proposed use be listed as requiring City Council approval, the owner/operator shall apply for re-zoning for that particular use at that site. If the land use is listed as prohibited, that land use will not be permitted on that site.
  7. Landscaped areas shall be sensitive to minimizing water needs (i.e. use of native plants). The owner/operator of this development and each purchaser or occupant of an individual lot within this development shall be informed in writing about Best Management Practices (BMP) of pesticide and fertilizer application. "Preventing Groundwater Pollution, A Practical Guide to Pest Control", available from the Edwards Aquifer Authority (210) 222-2204, or equivalent information produced by recognized authorities such as the Soil Conservation Service, Texas Department of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, etc. shall be used.
  8. The owner/applicant of this development shall contact the San Antonio Water System at (210) 704-7259 to obtain information about commercial conservation programs and rebate opportunities.
  9. The storage, handling, use and disposal of all over the counter hazardous materials within this development shall be consistent with the labeling of those materials. Failure to comply with the label warnings may constitute a violation of Federal Law.
  10. The City of San Antonio shall inspect all future construction of service laterals and sewer mains for proper construction according to State and City Regulations and Code.
  11. If any solution openings, caves, sinkholes, or wells are found during the excavation, construction, or blasting, the developer shall notify the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission at (210) 490-3096 and the Aquifer Protection & Evaluation Division of the San Antonio Water System at (210) 704-7392.
  12. The Aquifer Protection & Evaluation Division staff shall have the authority to inspect the site to ensure that the approved recommendations are being strictly adhered to during and after construction of the project.

SECTION 2: All other provisions of Chapter 35, as amended, shall remain in full force and effect, including the penalties for violations as made and provided in Section 35 – 1024.

SECTION 3: The Director of Planning shall change the zoning records and maps in accordance herewith and the same shall be available and open to the public for inspection.

SECTION 4: This ordinance is not severable.

 

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4L) CASE NUMBER #Z2001098 - The request of City of San Antonio, Applicant, for Steubing-Poerner Limited Partnership, Owner(s), for a change in zoning from Temporary "R-1 ERZD" Single-Family Residence Edwards Recharge Zone District to "QD ERZD CC" Quarry Edwards Recharge Zone District with City Council approval for Blasting on 399.141 acre tract of land out of NCB 17728, save and except the north 1146 feet, north of Judson Road, east of Bulverde Road. Staff's recommendation was for approval.

Zoning Commission has recommended approval with conditions. (Council District 10)

Mr. Ray Lozano, Land Development Services, explained the proposed rezoning case.

Mr. Carpenter made a motion to approve with conditions as recommended by the Zoning Commission. Mr. Perez seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the following Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Martin, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Moorhouse, Garcia, Conner, Garza.

AN ORDINANCE 94637

AMENDING CHAPTER 35 OF THE CITY CODE THAT CONSTITUTES THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BY CHANGING THE CLASSIFICATION OF AND REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN AS BEING 362.825 ACRE TRACT OF LAND OUT OF NCB 17728, SAVE AND EXCEPT THE NORTH 1146 FEET, NORTH OF JUDSON ROAD, EAST OF BULVERDE ROAD, FROM TEMPORARY "R-1 ERZD" SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCE EDWARDS RECHARGE ZONE DISTRICT TO "QD ERZD CC" QUARRY EDWARDS RECHARGE ZONE DISTRICT WITH CITY COUNCIL APPROVAL FOR BLASTING. CURRENTLY, THE PROPERTY HAS NON-CONFORMING RIGHTS FOR OPERATION OF A QUARRY. REZONING THE PROPERTY TO THE PROPER ZONING DESIGNATION WILL IMPOSE ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS AREA OF NORTH LOOP 1604 EXPRESSWAY HAS ESTABLISHED QUARRIES. STAFF RECOMMENDS APPROVAL WITH THE FOLLOWING CONDITION: 1. HOURS OF BLASTING SHALL ONLY BE ALLOWED BETWEEN 8:00 A.M. TO 5:00 PM, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. NO BLASTING WILL BE ALLOWED ON HOLIDAYS.

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Field notes describing the above mentioned tract are attached hereto and incorporated herein for all purposes.

Provided that the following recommendations of the Aquifer Protection & Evaluation Division of the San Antonio Water System are adhered to:

1. The following shall be submitted to the Aquifer Protection & Evaluation Division of the San Antonio Water System prior to the release of any building permits:

    1. A WPWP shall be submitted for each particular development/use within the area being considered for re-zoning,
    2. A set of site specific plans which must have signed Engineers Seal from the State of Texas,
    3. A letter from the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission approving each WPAP,
    4. A copy of the approved WPAP.

  1. Disturbances within the 100 Year Floodplain are strictly regulated. Activities shall not commence prior to approval by all applicable agencies. A variance to the terms and requirements of Subdivision D, Chapter 34, Article VI, Section 34-912 and 34-913 of the Aquifer Protection & Evaluation Division of the San Antonio Water System prior to any allowable activities or any disturbances within the 100 Year Floodplain. The variance request must be submitted in accordance with Subdivision F Variance and Appeal, Chapter 34, Article VI, Division 6, Sections 34-980 of the Aquifer Protection Ordinance.
  2. Upon abandonment, the on site sewage facility (septic tank) shall be decommissioned in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Public Works Department of Bexar County.
  3. Upon abandonment, the water located on the property shall be plugged in accordance with Chapter 34, Article VI, Section 34-574 of the Unified Development Code (UDC), and 30 Texas Administrative Code (TAC) 338.
  4. Blasting shall be conducted in compliance with all federal, state, and local ruels and regulations.
  5. The portion of the property that is traversed by the Elm Waterhole Creek shall remain in its natural undisturbed condition.
  6. If applicable, all above ground storage tanks (AST) containing fuel and admixture shall be placed within a concrete containment area that provides for 150 percent of the maximum storage volume old volume of the AST’s.
  7. All rock and earthen berms, silt fences, gabions, and vegetated filter strips shall be checked and maintained periodically to ensure proper performance.
  8. According to the provisions contained in the Edwards Rules 30 TAC, Section 213.5 (b) (5), the WPAP applicant is responsible for maintaining the permanent water pollution abatement structures and all other BMP’s after construction until such time as the maintenance obligation is either assumed in writing by another entity having ownership or control of the property (such as without limitation, an owner’s association, a new property owner or lessee, a district, or municipality) or the ownership of the property is transferred to the entity. Such entity shall then be responsible for maintenance until another entity assumes such obligations in writing.
  9. If applicable, after the water pollution abatement structure construction is complete and prior to the start of business, the owner shall notify the Source Water & Watershed Protection Department at (210) 704-7392 to schedule a site inspection. If the water pollution abatement structure fails to drain properly, the owner shall notify the Source Water & Watershed Protection Department.
  10. If applicable, all water pollution abatement structures shall be properly maintained and kept free of trash and debris.
  11. The proposed land use shall be rezoned in accordance with the Table of Permitted Uses if reclamation of the development occurs after quarrying operations have ended permanently.
  12. The land uses within the commercial zoned areas shall be in conformance with the table of permitted uses at the time the re-zoning is approved. Should a proposed use be listed as requiring City Council approval, the owner/operator shall apply for re-zoning for that particular use at that site. If the land use is listed as prohibited, that land use will not be permitted on that site unless non-conforming rights have been established.
  13. Landscaped areas shall be sensitive to minimizing water needs (i.e. use of native plants). The owner/operator of this development and each purchaser or occupant of an individual lot within this development shall be informed in writing about Best Management Practices (BMP) of pesticide and fertilizer application. "Preventing Groundwater Pollution, A Practical Guide to Pest Control", available from the Edwards Aquifer Authority (210) 222-2204, or equivalent information produced by recognized authorities such as the Soil Conservation Service, Texas Department of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, etc. shall be used.
  14. Downgradient area that are within the boundaries of the property shall be inspected at least quarterly for accumulations of silt and other contaminants from the site. If evidence is found that the perimeter berms and other pollution abatement measures are not providing containment of all flow from the quarry, then additional pollution abatement shall be required. Inspection reports, including photographs, shall be kept on site fore review by the Aquifer Protection and Evaluation Division. Revised plans shall be submitted to the TNRCC and the Aquifer Protection and Evaluation Division for review and approval if additional pollution abatement structures or measures are needed.
  15. The owner/applicant of this development shall contact the San Antonio Water System at (210) 704-7259 to obtain information about commercial conservation programs and rebate opportunities.
  16. The storage, handling, use and disposal of all over the counter hazardous materials within this development shall be consistent with the labeling of those materials. Failure to comply with the label warnings may constitute a violation of Federal Law.
  17. The City of San Antonio shall inspect all future construction of service laterals and sewer mains for proper construction according to State and City Regulations and Code.
  18. If any solution openings, caves, sinkholes, or wells are found during the excavation, construction, or blasting, the developer shall notify the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission at (210) 490-3096 and the Aquifer Protection & Evaluation Division of the San Antonio Water System at (210) 704-7392.
  19. The Aquifer Protection & Evaluation Division staff shall have the authority to inspect the site to ensure that the approved recommendations are being strictly adhered to during and after construction of the project.

SECTION 2: All other provisions of Chapter 35, as amended, shall remain in full force and effect, including the penalties for violations as made and provided in Section 35-1024.

SECTION 3: The Director of Planning shall change the zoning records and maps in accordance herewith and the same shall be available and open to the public for inspection.

SECTION 5: This ordinance is not severable.

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4M) CASE NUMBER Z2001183: The request of Cheyenne Realty LLC, c/o Mel McDougle, Applicant, for Cheyenne Realty LLC, c/o Mel McDougle, Owner(s), for a change in zoning from "B-2" Business District to "C-3R" Restrictive Commercial District on Lot 44, Block 10, NCB 17810, 14311 Toepperwein Road. Staff's recommendation was for denial.

Zoning Commission has recommended approval. (Council District 10)

Mr. Ray Lozano, Land Development Services, explained the proposed rezoning case.

Mr. Carpenter made a motion to approve the proposed rezoning with the following restrictive covenants. Mr. Perez seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the following Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Martin, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Moorhouse, Garcia, Conner, Garza.

AN ORDINANCE 94638

AMENDING CHAPTER 35 OF THE CITY CODE THAT CONSTITUTES THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BY CHANGING THE CLASSIFICATION OF AND REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN AS LOT 44, BLOCK 10, NCB 17810, 14311 TOEPPERWEIN ROAD, FROM "B-2" BUSINESS DISTRICT TO "C-3R" RESTRICTIVE COMMERCIAL DISTRICT.

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Restrictive covenants are:

  1. Cheyenne Relaty, L.L.C. is the owner of Lot 44, Block 10, NCB 17810, located at southwest corner of the intersection of Ridgewillow Drive and Toepperwein Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.
  2. The owner desires to protect and safeguard the area in and around the above described property and has devised a plan to do so. This plan will protect the quality of life around the above described property and maintain the property values over a long period.
  3. In accordance with the doctrines of restrictive covenants and implied equitable servitudes, the owner desires to restrict the use of the property described above according to these covenants, conditions, and restrictions.

4.01) There shall be no access to the property, or deliveries from Ridgewillow Drive, nnnnnnnnor shall there be any parking on Ridgewillow Drive. All traffic shall enter and nnnnnnnexit the property from Toepperwein Road.

    1. A landscape/buffer area shall be maintained along Ridgewillow Drive, together with a six foot cedar privacy fence which is to be constructed adjacent to the existing residence to the west of the property. Design and lighting of the fenced area shall be coordinated with the resident immediately west of the subject property to facilitate safety and will eliminate any potential hiding places along the property line.
    2. No building on the subject may exceed one story in height.
    3. The subject property may not be used by any business which sells alcoholic beverages, retail pharmaceuticals, nor any business offering pest control services.

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2001-36 INDIVIDUAL ITEMS – CITIZEN COMMENTS

Ms. Loretta Huddleston, 107 King William, spoke in support of the Mahncke Neighborhood Plan, and urged City Council to approve the ordinance.

Mr. Jack M. Finger, P.O. Box 12048, spoke to several items on the agenda, including his exception to the Empowerment Zone and the childcare delivery services issue.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE 94639

AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF AN AIRPORT IMPROVEMENT GRANT, WHEN OFFERED, IN THE AMOUNT OF $450,000.00 FROM THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) IN SUPPORT OF THE PURCHASE OF A REPLACEMENT AIRCRAFT RESCUE AND FIRE-FIGHTING VEHICLE FOR USE BY FIRE FIGHTERS AT SAN ANTONIO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT; AND PROVIDING FOR AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE DATE UPON THE PASSAGE OF EIGHT (8) AFFIRMATIVE VOTES.

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Mr. Perez made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Garcia seconded the motion.

Mr. Kevin Dolliole, Director of Aviation, narrated a slide presentation on the Airport improvement programs grant, and identified the specific uses of the grant funds, a copy of which presentation is on file with the papers of this meeting.

The following citizen(s) appeared to speak:

Mr. Faris Hodge, Jr., 140 Dora, spoke to safety measures at the airport, and the need to increase security even more.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Moorhouse, Conner, Garza.

2001-36 Meeting of the San Antonio Housing Trust Fund Corporation, Board of Directors.

City Council recessed its regular meeting at 3:00 P.M. in order to convene the board meeting of the San Antonio Housing Trust Fund Corporation Board of Directors. The following members were present: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Moorhouse, Conner.

 

 

Election of Officers

Mr. Schubert made a motion to nominate the following members to serve as officers:

Mr. Bobby Perez for President

Mr. Julian Castro for Vice-President

Ms. Bonnie Conner for Secretary

Mr. John Sanders for Treasurer

Mr. Carpenter seconded the motion.

After discussion, the motion to approve the slate of officers, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Moorhouse, Conner.

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The Clerk read the following Resolution:

RESOLUTION

AUTHORIZING THE SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS TO RECEIVE A PORTION OF THE STATE’S ALLOCATION FOR PRIVATE ACTIVITY BONDS FOR CALENDAR YEARS 2002 AND 2003, AND APPROVING OTHER MATTERS RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SINGLE FAMILY MORTGATE REVENUE BONDS AND/OR MORTGAGE CREDIT CERTIFICATES
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Mr. Carpenter made a motion to approve the proposed Resolution. Mr. Perez seconded the motion.

Mr. David Garcia, Director of Neighborhood Action, explained the proposed Resolution for the single family mortgage revenue bonds, which will serve as a means to provide decent, safe, and sanitary housing for persons of low and moderate incomes.

(At this point Mayor Garza return to the meeting to preside.)

Mr. Milo Nitschke, Acting Director of Finance, spoke to the bond programs, and the process involved, and the timeline of the bonds.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Resolution, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Moorhouse, Conner.

Mr. Perez then made a motion to amend the initial motion of Ms. Conner’s nomination to serve as the Board’s secretary to reflect the new nomination as Mr. David Carpenter to serve as the secretary since documents had to be sigend at today’s meeting. Mr. Schubert seconded the motion.

 

 

The amendment to the motion as presented by Councilman Perez was approved by the following roll call vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Moorhouse, Conner.

The main motion as amended, carrying with it the passage of the Resolution prevailed by the following roll call vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Moorhouse, Conner.

 

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City Council adjourned the meeting of the Board of Directors of the San Antonio Housing Trust Fund Corporation and reconvened in regular City Council session.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Resolution:

A RESOLUTION

NO. 2001-36-38

APPROVING THE SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS BY THE SAN ANTONIO HOUSING TRUST FINANCE CORPORATION TO RECEIVE A PORTION OF THE STATE'S ALLOCATION FOR PRIVATE ACTIVITY BONDS FOR CALENDAR YEARS 2002 AND 2003, AND APPROVING OTHER MATTERS RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SINGLE FAMILY REVENUE BONDS AND/OR MORTGAGE CREDIT CERTIFICATES.

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Mr. Perez made a motion to approve the proposed Resolution. Mr. Sanders seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Resolution, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Conner.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE 94640

ADOPTING THE LAVACA NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN AS A COMPONENT OF THE CITY'S MASTER PLAN AND SUPERCEDING A COMPONENT OF THE DOWNTOWN NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN, ADOPTED MAY 1999 (AMENDS ORDINANCE NO. 89770, MAY 1999)

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Ms. Moorhouse made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Perez seconded the motion.

Mr. Emil Moncivais, Director of Planning, narrated a slide presentation on the Lavaca Neighborhood Plan, a copy of which presentation is on file with the papers of this meeting. He outlined the significance of the adoption, the planning area, planning process, community outreach, plan elements and goals of the neighborhood. He noted that this plan was consistent with other plans such as the Masterplan, Downtown Neighborhood Plan, Thoroughfare Plan, and CRAG.

The following citizens appeared to speak:

Mr. Karl Casey, resident of Lavaca Neighborhood Association, spoke in support of the proposed plan, and noted that this was needed in order to redevelop the area.

Ms. Peggy Moyer thanked the City Council and staff for the continuing support and stated that the infrastructure concerns were being addressed in the proposed plan.

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Mayor Garza thanked the neighborhood leaders for their participation, and specifically highlighted the City’s Planning Department staff for their diligence and hard work.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Conner, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Castro, Conner, Carpenter.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

 

AN ORDINANCE 94641

ADOPTING THE MAHNCKE PARK NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN AS A COMPONENT OF THE CITY'S MASTER PLAN AND SUPERCEDING THE MAHNCKE PARK & NARCISSA PLACE NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN, ADOPTED IN 1983 (83-37-74).

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Ms. Moorhouse made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Schubert seconded the motion.

Mr. Emil Moncivais, Director of Planning, narrated a slide presentation on the Mahncke Park Neighborhood Plan, a copy of which presentation is on file with the papers of this meeting. He delineated the proposed planning area, the process, community outreach, and neighborhood development. He further noted the development of transportation and

Infrastructure, community facilities and plan implementation.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Conner.

 

 

 

2001-36 UPDATE ON THE SBC ARENA PROJECT

Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, presented to the City Council a preview of the presentation to be made by County staff on the status of the SBC arena.

Mr. David Marquez, Project Manager, narrated a slide presentation on the Community Arena Project Update, a copy of which presentation is on file with the papers of this meeting. He outlined the Base Facility Construction Budget, the revenues collected through the hotel occupancy tax and the motor vehicle rental tax, the Arena District Community Development Plan, and the construction/events update on the SBC Center. He further added on the timeline of the project, the various possible events to be held at the arena, and the various phases of the construction.

Mr. Chris Brady, Assistant City Manager, presented the improvements to Houston Street and the phases of the development and the timeline of the improvements.

Mayor Garza reiterated the support of the City Council in order to assure that all timelines of the project are met.

Mr. Leo Gomez, San Antonio Spurs, spoke to the schedule of the construction project and the need to continue to work together to meet the timelines, not only for the building but for the infrastructure as well.

Members of the City Council thanked Judge Wolff and the County delegation for their leadership and work on this project, and concurred on the need to continue to review the timelines of the project.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE 94642

RESCHEDULING CERTAIN CITY OF SAN ANTONIO COUNCIL MEETINGS: NOVEMBER 22, 2001 (THANKSGIVING); NOVEMBER 29, 2001 (TML ANNUAL CONFERENCE); AND DECEMBER 6, 2001 (NLC CONFERENCE) TO DECEMBER 13, 2001; DECEMBER 27, 2001 (CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY) AND JANUARY 3, 2002 (NEW YEAR HOLIDAY) TO JANUARY 10, 2002.

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Mr. Sanders made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Martin seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Conner, Carpenter.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE 94643

AMENDING PRIOR APPROPRIATIONS; CLOSING ACCOUNTING RECORDS IN CERTAIN FUNDS; CARRYING FORWARD CERTAIN FUNDS; APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR REQUIREMENTS IN CITY PROJECTS AND DEPARTMENTS; AND APPROPRIATING CERTAIN CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS. (AMENDS ORDINANCE NOS. 93281, JANUARY 25, 2001; ORDINANCE NO. 90462, SEPTEMBER 16, 1999; ORDINANCE NO. 87144, DECEMBER 18, 1997; ORDINANCE NO. 94578, SEPTEMBER 20, 2001.)

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Mr. Sanders made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Garcia seconded the motion.

Mr. Lou Lendman, Director of Management and Budget, explained the proposed 2001 closing ordinance and identified the roll-over funds from FY 2001 into the 2002 budget.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Conner, Carpenter.

    1. The Clerk read a proposed ordinance accepting the proposal from Smith

Legacy, L.L.C. D/B/A Smith Legacy Security, a WBE locally owned company, to provide the City of San Antonoi with security guard service for an estimated cost of $1,638,989.64; and providing for an immediate effective date upon the passage of eight (8) affirmative votes.

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Ms. Moorhouse made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Garcia seconded the motion.

Ms. Yolanda Taylor, Assistant Director of Purchasing narrated a slide presentation on the Security Guard Services Contract, a copy of which presentation is on file with the papers of this meeting. She outlined the background, current contract, the desired features of the new contract, the RFP process, evaluation, and terms of the proposed contract.

In response to Mr. Castro, Ms. Taylor outlined the hourly wage of the employees of Smith Legacy which was based on experience and training.

Mr. Michael Quinn, Public Works Department, elaborated further on the training which is dictated by state law, and the additional customer services to be provided for the City of San Antonio.

In response to Mr. Schubert, Ms. Julie Nelson, Smith Legacy delineated the training required of their employees, and the hourly wages. She further noted that the wages would be higher, depending on the training and experience of the employees.

In response to Mr. Schubert regarding the evaluation criteria and points, Ms. Taylor stated that the variation was attributed to the employees’ salaries, noting that the costs were not associated to the training.

Mr. Schubert stated that in fairness to all bidders, the RFP should address the issue of additional training, and also expressed concern on the cost of the contract.

Discussion continued on the evaluation criteria and the additional services to be provided to the City. Mr. Schubert then made a substitute motion to have the RFP re-evaluated by the Council Audit Committee. Mr. Garcia seconded the motion.

Ms. Janie Cantu, Director of Purchasing, clarified the RFP process, noting that it was not a bid. She stated that there had been numerous problems with the present security firm, and that the RFP had been developed in such a way to address those issues that were of concern, and included a 30 day out clause. She added that the City of San Antonio would have more input into the administration of the contract.

Mr. Quinn reiterated on the additional training that Legacy had committed to, and that they would provide above and beyond the minimum requirements in the training.

City Manager Terry Brechtel cited problems that had been incurred with the present security contract, and that this RFP process served has a means to enhance the level of services for security.

Mr. Barrera expressed concern on the training issue, and the RFP process.

In response to Mr. Barrera, Ms. Cantu stated there were no points for the additional training, and further outlined the evaluation criteria and the qualification criteria. She noted the differences in the bid process as opposed to the RFP.

City Manager Brechtel emphasized the number of contracts already being reviewed by the Audit Committee and expressed concern in delaying this action.

Members of the City Council stated there were several issues that needed to be reviewed and evaluated further, and acknowledged that while there were problems with the present security firm, there were still issues that needed clarification.

Mr. Schubert amended his substitute motion to extend the contract with Champion Security for 30 days, and to send the RFP back to the Council Audit Committee for re-evaluation. Mr. Garcia seconded the motion

The amendment to the motion as presented by Councilman Schubert was approved by the following roll call vote: AYES: Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Conner.

The main motion as substituted, carrying with it passage of the following ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Conner.

AN ORDINANCE NO. 94644

DIRECTING REVIEW OF THE SECURITY SERVICES REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL PROCESS TO THE CONTRACTS AND AUDIT SUBCOMMITTEE; AND AUTHORIZING THE EXTENSION OF THE CURRENT CONTRACT WITH CHAMPION SECURITY FOR A 30-DAY PERIOD, TO EXPIRE OCTOBER 31, 2001.

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2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

 

AN ORDINANCE 94645

AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $403,000.00 FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE TO ESTABLISH A PUBLIC CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH (PCEH) THAT WILL BE OPERATED BY THE SAN ANTONIO METROPOLITAN HEALTH DISTRICT TO INVESTIGATE AND IDENTIFY HEALTH IMPACTS FROM POTENTIAL EXPOSURE TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION RELATED TO RELEASE OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES AT THE FORMER KELLY AIR FORCE BASE; AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT; ESTABLISHING A FUND; ADOPTING A BUDGET; APPROVING A PERSONNEL COMPLEMENT; AUTHORIZING PAYMENTS FOR CONTRACTUAL SERVICES; AND PROVIDING FOR AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE DATE UPON THE PASSAGE OF EIGHT (8) AFFIRMATIVE VOTES.

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Ms. Moorhouse made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Garcia seconded the motion.

Dr. Fernando Guerra, Director of Health, narrated a slide presentation on the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District Public Center for Environmental Health, a copy of which presentation is on file with the papers of this meeting. He outlined the current and projected programs, challenges to the public, and the mission of the Public Center for Environmental Health, terms of agreement, and the budget.

Mr. Barrera thanked the parties responsible for taking such an active role in this action which will help to improve the subject area.

In response to Mr. Martin, Dr. Guerra stated there would be continued operation at Las Palmas Center, and that some of the staff would be housed at that location, and also noted the funding sources.

In response to Mr. Martin regarding the agreement with the Air Force, Assistant City Manager Brady, stated there would be negotiations with the Air Force for reasonable restitution to the area residents, and that the City would continue to find resources to supplement capital projects for those neighborhoods affected by the contamination.

Mr. Dan Cardenas, Acting Director of Environmental Services, stated that a preliminary report would be provided to the City Council in about two weeks.

Members of the City Council emphasized the importance of the health issue in the community and the need to enhance the quality of life for San Antonio citizens.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Conner, Garza.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

A RESOLUTION

NO. 2001-36-39

ESTABLISHING A DEFENSE BASE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOR BROOKS AIR FORCE BASE (BROOKS AFB) AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 378.022 OF SUBTITLE A, TITLE 12, LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS; SAID AUTHORITY TO BE KNOWN AS "BROOKS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY" ("BDA"); DESCRIBING THE BASE PROPERTY FOR SUCH AUTHORITY; ESTABLISHING CATEGORIES FOR BOARD MEMBERSHIP AS RECOMMENDED BY THE BROOKS ADVISORY BOARD ("BAB") FOR FUTURE APPOINTMENT BY CITY COUNCIL.

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Ms. Moorhouse made a motion to approve the proposed Resolution. Mr. Martin seconded the motion.

Mr. Chris Brady, Assistant City Manager, made a presentation on the proposed Resolution for the establishment of the Brooks Development Authority, a copy of which presentation is on file with the papers of this meeting. He outlined the recommendations for the composition of the authority, timeline of the Board creation and appointment process. He further stated that the categories and terms of office for the Board members would be drawn at the following week’s Board and Commission Work Session.

Representative from Brooks Advisory Board, spoke to the appointment process and the plan developed to assist the Council members in the category selection.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Resolution, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Conner, Garza.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE 94646

AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT MODIFICATION WITH ALAMO WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, INC. (AWD) FOR THE CONTINUED OPERATION OF THE ALAMO CHILD CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM (CCDS) PROGRAM FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 2001 THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2003; AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE FISCAL YEAR 2001-2002 AWARD IN THE AMOUNT OF $32,943,162.00 FROM ALAMO WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, INC. (AWD) FOR THE PERIOD SEPTEMBER 1, 2001 THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2002 IN CONNECTION WITH SAID PROGRAM; ESTABLISHING A BUDGET; AND AUTHORIZING A PERSONNEL COMPLEMENT.

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Mr. Carpenter made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Schubert seconded the motion.

Mr. Dennis Campa, Director of Community Initiatives, narrated a slide presentation on the proposed Ordinance, outlining the Alamo Workforce Development contract for childcare services, a copy of which presentation is on file with the papers of this meeting. He delineated the accountability measures developed, denoting the number of children in care by district, the history of the funding allocations, and the children on the waiting list.

In response to Mr. Martin, Mr. Campa stated that the staff was presently working with the school districts aggressively in order to expand the child care services throughout the City.

In response to Mr. Schubert, Mr. Campa noted the number of children in care. He stated that care was provided five days a week and in some cases included weekends to children 0-12 years of age on either partial day and after school care. He added that the cost of the care would depend on the age and hours of care, and that parents would pay from 9-11% of the cost.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. ABSTAIN: Sanders. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Moorhouse, Conner, Garza.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE 94647

AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT MODIFICATION WITH ALAMO WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, INC. (AWD) FOR THE CONTINUED OPERATION OF THE ALAMO CCDS QUALITY IMPROVEMENT ACTIVITIES (QIA) PROGRAM FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 2001 THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2003; AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE FISCAL YEAR 2001-2002 AWARD IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,202,009.00 FROM ALAMO WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, INC. (AWD) FOR THE PERIOD SEPTEMBER 1, 2001 THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2002 IN CONNECTION WITH SAID PROGRAM; ESTABLISHING A BUDGET; AND AUTHORIZING A PERSONNEL COMPLEMENT.

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Mr. Schubert made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Barrera seconded the motion.

Mr. Dennis Campa, Director of Community Initiatives, narrated a slide presentation on the quality of childcare, a copy of which presentation is on file with the papers of this meeting. He outlined the measures being taken to increase the level of service. He expounded on the Quality Improvement Activities (QIA) program, the Child Care Delivery Services Early Childhood Development Resources, the child care training and accountability measures.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. ABSTAIN: Sanders. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Conner, Garza.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE 94648

AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,920,050.00 FROM THE TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (TDHS) FOR THE CONTINUED OPERATION OF THE CONSUMER MANAGED PERSONAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES (CMPAS) PROGRAM ADMINISTERED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY INITIATIVES, ELDERLY AND DISABLED SERVICES DIVISION, FOR THE PERIOD BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 1, 2001 THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2002; APPROVING A BUDGET AND PERSONNEL COMPLEMENT.

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Mr. Martin made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Ms. Moorhouse seconded the motion.

Mr. Dennis Campa, Director of Community Initiatives, narrated a slide presentation on the proposed contract with Texas Department of Human Services (TDHS), a copy of which presentation is on file with the papers of this meeting. He delineated the services provided for the elderly and disabled, quality assurance, and accountability measures.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Perez, Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Conner, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Conner, Garza.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE 94649

AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF A TITLE V DELINQUENCY PREVENTION GRANT IN THE AMOUNT OF $250,000.00 FROM THE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR, CRIMINAL JUSTICE DIVISION, BY THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO'S DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY INITIATIVES, YOUTH SERVICES DIVISION TO IMPLEMENT THE START/PLUS PROGRAM; AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH JOVEN TO PERFORM IDENTIFIED PROGRAM SERVICES TO BEGIN ON OCTOBER 1, 2001 AND END ON AUGUST 31, 2002; APPROVING A BUDGET AND PERSONNEL COMPLEMENT.

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Mr. Sanders made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Carpenter seconded the motion.

Mr. Dennis Campa, Director of Community Initiatives, made a presentation on the Title V Delinquency Prevention Grant, a copy of which presentation is on file with the papers of this meeting. He outlined the background, program implementation, program description, and accountability measures.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Conner, Garza.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE 94650

AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 93883, WHICH ADOPTED THE 1999-2009 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PLAN AND MAXIMUM IMPACT FEE CALCULATIONS FOR WATER, WATER SUPPLY AND SANITARY SEWER SYSTEMS IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF RECENTLY ENACTED SENATE BILL 243; ESTABLISHING A PLAN FOR THE AWARDING OF CREDITS TO IMPACT FEE CHARGES; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (AMENDS ORDINANCE NO. 93883, MAY 3, 2001.)

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Ms. Moorhouse made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Garcia seconded the motion.

Mr. Ben Gorzell introduced Ms. Kelly Neuman, San Antonio Water System (SAWS), who would be making a presentation on the Impact Fees.

Ms. Kelly Neuman, Director of Infrastructure Planning (SAWS), made a presentation on the impact fees, outlining the purpose of the fees, SB243, Chapter 395 of the Local Government Code, and the process for the fee development.

Mr. Gorzell summarized the proposed Ordinance on the impact fees, and the fiscal impact of the subject fees.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Garcia, Conner, Garza.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE 94651

AUTHORIZING THE SUBMISSION OF AN APPLICATION TO THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD) FOR AN EMPOWERMENT ZONE DESIGNATION; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF CONTRACTS AND OTHER DOCUMENTS AS NECESSARY IN CONNECTION THEREWITH AND PROVIDING ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AS MAY BE REQUIRED BY HUD; AND AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE DESIGNATION UPON APPROVAL OF THE APPLICATION BY HUD.

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Mr. Carpenter made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Barrera seconded the motion.

Mr. Drew Cameron, Director of Housing and Community Development, narrated a slide presentation on the empowerment zone application, a copy of which presentation is on file with the papers of this meeting. He presented an overview of the federal Empowerment Zone Enterprise Community initiative, highlighting on the current enterprise communities program, review of the procedure for the empowerment zone application, and the present San Antonio Empowerment Zone application. He emphasized that after 6 years of the 10 year Strategic plan for the enterprise community, San Antonio has exceeded 90% of its performance benchmarks. He delineated the 2001 Empowerment Zone (EZ) application strategic plan, proposed EZ area, demographics, proposed developable sites, community assessment, selected categories of the plan, strategic goals and objectives, and the governance plan and membership.

In response to Mr. Schubert regarding the fixed match requirement, Mr. Cameron noted there was no match required. He further explained the purpose for increasing membership on the governance board stating that it would allow greater citizen presence on the Board, and that this action was preferred rather than decreasing the number of stakeholders.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Castro, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Conner.

2001-36 TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION - Granted:

Confirmation and approval of Travel Authorization for Mayor Ed Garza and who will travel to Boston, Massachusetts to attend the 2001 Urban Land Institute Fall Meeting from Tuesday, October 2, 2001 through Thursday, October 4, 2001.

Mr. Sanders made a motion to approve the proposed Travel Authorization. Mr. Martin seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Travel Authorization, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Castro, Conner.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Resolution:

A RESOLUTION

NO. 2001-36-40

SUPPORTING AND RECOMMENDING THE CANDIDACY OF MAYOR EDWARD D. GARZA FOR PRESIDENT-ELECT OF THE TEXAS MUNICIPAL LEAGUE.

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Mr. Sanders made a motion to approve the proposed Resolution. Mr. Schubert seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Resolution, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Castro, Conner.

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE 94652

REDUCING THE AMOUNT SET ASIDE IN DISTRICT 3 FY 2001 ONE-TIME PROJECT FUNDS, FOR MCCRELESS LIBRARY LANDSCAPING PROJECT, BY $5,000.00; AND TRANSFERRING $5,000.00 TO A NEW PROJECT FOR DISTRICT 3 2001 ONE-TIME PROJECT, ENTITLED PICKWELL PARK EQUIPMENT PROJECT; AS REQUESTED BY COUNCILWOMAN ANTONIETTE MOORHOUSE.

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Ms. Moorhouse made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Sanders seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Castro, Conner.

 

2001-36 The Clerk read the following Ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE 94653

REDUCING THE AMOUNTS SET ASIDE FOR RENTAL OF FACILITIES AND RENTAL OF EQUIPMENT, IN THE DISTRICT 5 CONSTITUENT OFFICE FY 2001 BUDGET, BY $9,000.00 AND $900.52, RESPECTIVELY; AND INCREASING THE DISTRICT 5 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT FUND BUDGET BY $9,900.52; AS REQUESTED BY COUNCILMAN DAVID A. GARCIA.

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Mr. Garcia made a motion to approve the proposed Ordinance. Mr. Martin seconded the motion.

After consideration, the motion, carrying with it the passage of the Ordinance, prevailed by the following vote: AYES: Sanders, Moorhouse, Martin, Garcia, Barrera, Schubert, Carpenter, Garza. NAYS: None. ABSENT: Perez, Castro, Conner.

2001-36 EXECUTIVE SESSION

The City Council recessed its regular session at 2:25 P.M. in order to convene in Executive Session for the purpose of:

 

A.) Attorney-client consultation regarding collective bargaining negotiations with the International Association of Firefighters, Local 624.

The City Council adjourned the Executive Session at 6:55 P.M. and reconvened in regular session, at which time Mayor Garza stated that City Council had been briefed on the above-styled matters and had given staff direction, but had taken no official action.

 

2001-36 There being no further business to come before the City Council, the meeting was adjourned at 7:05 P.M.

 

 

 

A P P R O V E D

 

 

 

EDWARD D. GARZA

M A Y O R

 

Attest:

NORMA S. RODRIGUEZ, CMC/AAE

C i t y C l e r k