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Agenda: CITY COUNCIL AND MASS TRANSIT DEPARTMENT BOARD MEETING
Date: 3/30/2010
 
   
Item: NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC - CONSENT AGENDA  (Regular City Council Agenda)
   
 

ALL MATTERS LISTED UNDER THE CONSENT AGENDA, INCLUDING THOSE ON THE ADDITION TO THE AGENDA, WILL BE CONSIDERED BY CITY COUNCIL TO BE ROUTINE AND WILL BE ENACTED BY ONE MOTION UNLESS SEPARATE DISCUSSION IS REQUESTED BY COUNCIL MEMBERS. PRIOR TO THE VOTE, MEMBERS OF THE AUDIENCE MAY ASK QUESTIONS REGARDING ITEMS ON THE CONSENT AGENDA. WHEN THE VOTE HAS BEEN TAKEN, IF AN ITEM HAS NOT BEEN CALLED OUT FOR SEPARATE DISCUSSION, THE ITEM HAS BEEN APPROVED. COUNCIL MAY, HOWEVER, RECONSIDER ANY ITEM AT ANY TIME DURING THE MEETING. THE WORDING OF ALL AGENDA ITEMS SHALL APPEAR IN THE MINUTES OF THIS MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL AS POSTED, UNLESS OTHERWISE REVISED BY THIS OR OTHER MOTION OF COUNCIL, WITHOUT THE NECESSITY OF THE CITY CLERK READING THE WORDING OF EACH ITEM INTO THE RECORD.

"1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF MARCH 23, 2010.

ACTION TAKEN: APPROVED

APPROVAL OF MINUTES FOR THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF MARCH 23, 2010. [MUNICIPAL CLERK, RICHARDA DUFFY MOMSEN, (915) 541-4127]

"2. REQUEST TO EXCUSE ABSENT CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS:

NO ACTION WAS TAKEN

"3A. RESOLUTION: THAT THE CITY MANAGER BE AUTHORIZED TO SIGN THE FIRST AMENDMENT TO THE LA PLACITA LEASE AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE CITY OF EL PASO AND SHOESPRING, INC. D/B/A SPIRA FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXTENDING THE TERM TO MARCH 31, 2011.

ACTION TAKEN: APPROVED

THAT THE CITY MANAGER BE AUTHORIZED TO SIGN THE FIRST AMENDMENT TO THE LA PLACITA LEASE AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE CITY OF EL PASO AND SHOESPRING, INC. D/B/A SPIRA FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXTENDING THE TERM TO MARCH 31, 2011. (DISTRICT 3) [AIRPORT, MONICA LOMBRANA, (915) 780-4724]

"3B. RESOLUTION: THAT THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVES THE EXPENDITURE OF ADDITIONAL AVAILABLE FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $112,551.76 TO VENEGAS ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT AND CONSTRUCTION, INC. FOR THE WESTSIDE TRANSIT TERMINAL PROJECT TO CONSTRUCT A NEW DRIVER'S LOUNGE INCLUDING BREAK ROOM AREA AND DUAL RESTROOMS FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN

ACTION TAKEN: APPROVED

THAT THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVES THE EXPENDITURE OF ADDITIONAL AVAILABLE FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $112,551.76 TO VENEGAS ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT AND CONSTRUCTION, INC. FOR THE WESTSIDE TRANSIT TERMINAL PROJECT TO CONSTRUCT A NEW DRIVER'S LOUNGE INCLUDING BREAK ROOM AREA AND DUAL RESTROOMS FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN, ADDING 42 DAYS OF CONTRACT TIME [CHANGE ORDER NUMBER 12] FOR CONTRACT NUMBER 2009-079. THE NEW CONTRACT SUM, INCLUDING CHANGE ORDER 12, IS $1,961,906.80. FUNDING SOURCE: AMERICAN RECOVERY ACT (ARRA). (DISTRICT 8) [ENGINEERING, R. ALAN SHUBERT, (915) 541-4423]

"3C. RESOLUTION: THAT THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVES THE EXPENDITURE OF ADDITIONAL AVAILABLE FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $71,849 TO ARROW BUILDING CORPORATION FOR ADDITIONAL CONSTRUCTION COSTS OF THE GLORY ROAD TRANSIT TERMINAL. CHANGE ORDER 7 PROVIDES FOR LABOR, MATERIALS, AND EQUIPMENT TO CONSTRUCT A NEW OFFICE SPACE FOR FUTURE FACILITIES MANAGER WHICH WILL BE HOUSED AT THE TERMINAL INCLUDING NEW OFFICE SPACE, RESTROOM, HEATING, AND COOLING

ACTION TAKEN: APPROVED

THAT THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVES THE EXPENDITURE OF ADDITIONAL AVAILABLE FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $71,849 TO ARROW BUILDING CORPORATION FOR ADDITIONAL CONSTRUCTION COSTS OF THE GLORY ROAD TRANSIT TERMINAL. CHANGE ORDER 7 PROVIDES FOR LABOR, MATERIALS, AND EQUIPMENT TO CONSTRUCT A NEW OFFICE SPACE FOR FUTURE FACILITIES MANAGER WHICH WILL BE HOUSED AT THE TERMINAL INCLUDING NEW OFFICE SPACE, RESTROOM, HEATING, AND COOLING, ADDING NO DAYS OF CONTRACT TIME [CHANGE ORDER NUMBER 7] FOR CONTRACT NUMBER 2009-145. THE NEW CONTRACT SUM, INCLUDING CHANGE ORDER 7, IS $9,214,220.26. FUNDING SOURCE: AMERICAN RECOVERY ACT (ARRA). (DISTRICT 1) [ENGINEERING, R. ALAN SHUBERT, (915) 541-4423]

"3D. RESOLUTION: SOLID WASTE LIENS

ACTION TAKEN: APPROVED

THAT THE SOLID WASTE LIENS ON THE ATTACHMENT POSTED WITH THIS AGENDA BE APPROVED. (SEE ATTACHMENT A) (DISTRICTS 2, 3, 4, 6, 7 & 8)

[ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, ELLEN A. SMYTH, (915) 621-6719]

ATTACHMENT A

SOLID WASTE LIENS

MARCH 30, 2010

5012 MEADE COURT $162.14 MARGARET S. GILCREASE

(DISTRICT 2)

5622 FRUTAS AVENUE $169.06 JO ANN QUINONES

(DISTRICT 3)

6448 NAVAJO AVENUE $232.27 FRANCISCO G. & MARIA FLORES

(DISTRICT 3)

7508 NORTH LOOP DRIVE $132.25 CARMEN R. MARTINEZ

(DISTRICT 3)

5712 LEXINGTON ROAD $109.28 BERNARDINA INUNGARAY

(DISTRICT 4)

LOT(S) 96 (6000 SQ FT), BLOCK 3, ALEXANDER TO YSLETA SUBDIVISION

(DISTRICT 6) $180.79 LEONOR C. ARENAS



11823 PRISCILLA CIRCLE $177.44 FRANCISCO H. & 1 PORTILLO

(DISTRICT 6)

146 BORUNDA LANE $387.05 C & J DEVELOPMENT & (DISTRICT 7) CONSTRUCTION

312 N CAROLINA DRIVE $149.22 GENARO & YOLANDA BANUELOS

(DISTRICT 7)

113 LANDON $186.27 NATHALIE LOPEZ

(DISTRICT 7)

907 HILLS STREET $197.07 JOSE & 2 ROSALES

(DISTRICT 8)

1200 N OCHOA STREET - 1208 $154.77 AZ APTS LTD

(DISTRICT 8)

3027 RIVERA AVENUE $592.71 MARIA T. VILLALOBOS

(DISTRICT 8)

1331 WYOMING AVENUE $198.26 MJ REAL PROPERTIES INC.

(DISTRICT 8)

"4. BOARD RE-APPOINTMENT: NICHOLAS PERRY HOUSER TO THE EL PASO MUSEUM OF ARCHAEOLOGY

ACTION TAKEN: RE-APPOINTED

NICHOLAS PERRY HOUSER TO THE EL PASO MUSEUM OF ARCHAEOLOGY BY REPRESENTATIVE ANN MORGAN LILLY, DISTRICT 1. [REPRESENTATIVE ANN LILLY, (915) 541-4151]

"5. BOARD APPOINTMENT: GERALD SMOLA TO THE COMMITTEE ON BORDER RELATIONS

ACTION TAKEN: APPOINTED

GERALD SMOLA TO THE COMMITTEE ON BORDER RELATIONS BY REPRESENTATIVE CARL ROBINSON, DISTRICT 4. [REPRESENTATIVE CARL ROBINSON, (915) 541-4400] POSTPONED FROM 03-23-10

"6A. REQUEST TO ISSUE PURCHASE ORDER: TO ENVIRONMENTAL TECTONICS CORPORATION, AS THEY ARE THE SOLE SOURCE PROVIDER OF THE ADVANCED DISASTER MANAGEMENT SIMULATOR TEAM TRAINING SYSTEM.

ACTION TAKEN: AUTHORIZED AS REVISED

REQUEST THAT FINANCIAL SERVICES, PURCHASING DIVISION, BE AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE PURCHASE ORDER(S) TO ENVIRONMENTAL TECTONICS CORPORATION, AS THEY ARE THE SOLE SOURCE PROVIDER OF THE ADVANCED DISASTER MANAGEMENT SIMULATOR TEAM TRAINING SYSTEM. TOTAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT IS $324,700.

DEPARTMENT: AVIATION

FUNDING SOURCE: AIRPORT IMPROVEMENT PROJECT GRANT FUNDS, SAFETY EQUIPMENT 2009

TOTAL ESTIMATED AWARD: $324,700

SOLE SOURCE NO.: 2010-132

DISTRICTS: ALL

ADDITIONALLY, IT IS REQUESTED THAT THE CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE REVIEW AND THAT THE CITY MANAGER BE AUTHORIZED TO EXECUTE ANY RELATED CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND AGREEMENTS NECESSARY TO EFFECTUATE THIS AWARD.

[FINANCIAL SERVICES, CARMEN ARRIETA-CANDELARIA, (915) 541-4293]

[AIRPORT, MONICA LOMBRANA, (915) 780-4724]

"6B. REQUEST TO ISSUE PURCHASE ORDER: TO EXTEND THE CURRENT CONTRACT 2008-120 RUNWAY RUBBER REMOVAL AND FRICTION MEASUREMENT SERVICES WITH UNICEN INDUSTRIES FOR 24 ADDITIONAL MONTHS

ACTION TAKEN: AUTHORIZED

REQUEST THAT THE PURCHASING MANAGER OF THE FINANCIAL SERVICES, PURCHASING DIVISION, BE AUTHORIZED TO EXERCISE THE CITY'S OPTION TO EXTEND THE CURRENT CONTRACT 2008-120 RUNWAY RUBBER REMOVAL AND FRICTION MEASUREMENT SERVICES WITH UNICEN INDUSTRIES FOR 24 ADDITIONAL MONTHS, PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS TO THE AWARD APPROVED BY CITY COUNCIL ON APRIL 29, 2008. CONTRACT PERIOD IS APRIL 29, 2010, TO APRIL 29, 2012.

DEPARTMENT: AVIATION

OPTION: ONE [OF ONE]

FUNDING SOURCE: EPIA ENTERPRISE FUND

TOTAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT: $71,760 (2 YEARS)

DISTRICTS: ALL

[FINANCIAL SERVICES, CARMEN ARRIETA-CANDELARIA, (915) 541-4293]

[AIRPORT, MONICA LOMBRANA, (915) 780-4724]

"6C. REQUEST TO ISSUE PURCHASE ORDER: TO INGRAM USER INTERFACE, LLC, UNDER A STATE DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION RESOURCES (DIR) CONTRACT #DIR-SDD-568 (MOTION COMPUTING, INC. PRODUCTS AND RELATED SERVICES), FOR FIELD COMPUTERS FOR INSPECTION DIVISIONS IN VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS.

ACTION TAKEN : AUTHORIZED

REQUEST THAT THE PURCHASING MANAGER OF FINANCIAL SERVICES, PURCHASING DIVISION, BE AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE A PURCHASE ORDER TO INGRAM USER INTERFACE, LLC, UNDER A STATE DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION RESOURCES (DIR) CONTRACT #DIR-SDD-568 (MOTION COMPUTING, INC. PRODUCTS AND RELATED SERVICES), FOR FIELD COMPUTERS FOR INSPECTION DIVISIONS IN VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS. THE PARTICIPATION BY THE CITY OF EL PASO IN THE DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION RESOURCES COOPERATIVE PROGRAM WAS APPROVED BY MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL ON FEBRUARY 27, 2007.

DEPARTMENT: ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

FUNDING SOURCE: ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES OPERATING ACCOUNT -

DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT

TOTAL EST. AMOUNT: $367,035.28

REFERENCE NO.: 2010-134

DISTRICTS: ALL

[FINANCIAL SERVICES, CARMEN ARRIETA-CANDELARIA, (915) 541-4293]

[ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, ELLEN A. SMYTH, (915) 621-6719]

"6D. REQUEST TO ISSUE PURCHASE ORDER: TO PROFESSIONAL DOCUMENT SYSTEMS, THE SOLE SOURCE FOR SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF DOCUMENT IMAGING AND SCANNING SOFTWARE USED BY POLICE, DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES, MUNICIPAL COURT, MUNICIPAL CLERK, FINANCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DEPARTMENTS

ACTION TAKEN: AUTHORIZED

REQUEST THAT THE PURCHASING MANAGER OF FINANCIAL SERVICES, PURCHASING DIVISION, BE AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE A PURCHASE ORDER TO PROFESSIONAL DOCUMENT SYSTEMS, THE SOLE SOURCE FOR SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF DOCUMENT IMAGING AND SCANNING SOFTWARE USED BY POLICE, DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES, MUNICIPAL COURT, MUNICIPAL CLERK, FINANCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DEPARTMENTS, IN THE TOTAL ESTIMATED ANNUAL AMOUNT OF $67,520. ADDITIONALLY, IT IS REQUESTED THAT THE CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE REVIEW AND THAT THE CITY MANAGER BE AUTHORIZED TO EXECUTE ANY RELATED CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND AGREEMENTS NECESSARY TO EFFECTUATE THIS AWARD.

DEPARTMENT: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

FUNDING SOURCE FY10 GENERAL FUND

TOTAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT: $67,520.00

REFERENCE NO.; 2010-188

DISTRICTS: ALL

[INFORMATION SERVICES, ART ARMAS, (915) 541-4288]

[INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, TERRENCE FREIBURG, (915) 541-4188]

"7A1. BID: THAT THE PURCHASING MANAGER OF THE FINANCIAL SERVICES, PURCHASING DIVISION IS AUTHORIZED TO NOTIFY RUSH TRUCK CENTERS OF TEXAS L.P. D/B/A RUSH TRUCK CENTER, EL PASO, THAT THE CITY IS TERMINATING CONTRACT NO. 2007-168

ACTION TAKEN: APPROVED

THAT THE PURCHASING MANAGER OF THE FINANCIAL SERVICES, PURCHASING DIVISION IS AUTHORIZED TO NOTIFY RUSH TRUCK CENTERS OF TEXAS L.P. D/B/A RUSH TRUCK CENTER, EL PASO, THAT THE CITY IS TERMINATING CONTRACT NO. 2007-168 PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS AND REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION C 18A OF THE CONTRACT CLAUSES DUE TO CONVENIENCE AND THAT THE TERMINATION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE AS OF MARCH 30, 2010. (ALL DISTRICTS)

[FINANCIAL SERVICES, CARMEN ARRIETA-CANDELARIA, (915) 541-4293]

[GENERAL SERVICES, STUART ED, (915) 621-6822]

"7A2. BID: THE AWARD OF SOLICITATION NO. 2010-063 (PETERBILT PROPRIETARY PARTS) TO RUSH TRUCK CENTERS OF TEXAS L. P. D/B/A RUSH TRUCK CENTER, EL PASO

ACTION TAKEN: AWARDED

THE AWARD OF SOLICITATION NO. 2010-063 (PETERBILT PROPRIETARY PARTS) TO RUSH TRUCK CENTERS OF TEXAS L. P. D/B/A RUSH TRUCK CENTER, EL PASO FOR A TOTAL ESTIMATED AWARD OF $198,000.

DEPARTMENT: GENERAL SERVICES - FLEET DIVISION

AWARD TO: RUSH TRUCK CENTERS OF TEXAS L. P. D/B/A RUSH TRUCK

CENTER, EL PASO

EL PASO, TX

ITEMS: ALL ITEMS: PART A, ITEM 1

OPTION: 2 YEARS

ANNUAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT: $66,000

FUNDING SOURCE: INTERNAL SERVICE FUND

TOTAL ESTIMATED AWARD: $198,000 (3 YEARS)

DISTRICTS: ALL

THIS IS A 36-MONTH REQUIREMENTS TYPE CONTRACT.

THE COST UNDER THIS REQUIREMENTS CONTRACT IS ONLY AN ESTIMATED MINIMUM VALUE. THE ACTUAL COST OF THIS CONTRACT MAY BE HIGHER OR LOWER THAN THE TOTAL ESTIMATED MINIMUM VALUE AND WILL BE THE SUM TOTAL AT THE END OF THE CONTRACT TERM, SO LONG AS INCREASED FUNDS ARE APPROPRIATED IN THE BUDGET.

THE DEPARTMENTS OF FINANCIAL SERVICES, PURCHASING DIVISION, AND GENERAL SERVICES, FLEET DIVISION, RECOMMEND AWARD TO THE SOLE BIDDER AS INDICATED. [FINANCIAL SERVICES, CARMEN ARRIETA-CANDELARIA, (915) 541-4293] [GENERAL SERVICES, STUART ED, (915) 621-6822]

"7B. BID: THE AWARD OF SOLICITATION NO. 2010-145 (LIGHT FIXTURES FOR FIXED BASE OPERATOR AIRCRAFT PARKING APRON) TO CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS

ACTION TAKEN: AWARDED

THE AWARD OF SOLICITATION NO. 2010-145 (LIGHT FIXTURES FOR FIXED BASE OPERATOR AIRCRAFT PARKING APRON) TO CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS FOR A TOTAL AWARD OF $69,801.75.

DEPARTMENT: AVIATION

AWARD TO: CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS

EL PASO, TX

ITEMS: ALL

OPTION: 100% OF THE ORIGINAL CONTRACT QUANTITIES, AT THE SAME UNIT PRICE, IF EXERCISED WITHIN 90 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF AWARD.

FUNDING SOURCE: AIRPORT OPERATING FUNDS

TOTAL AWARD: $69,801.75

DISTRICTS: ALL

THIS IS A FIXED-PRICE, SINGLE (ONE-TIME) PURCHASE.

THE DEPARTMENTS OF FINANCIAL SERVICES, PURCHASING DIVISION, AND AVIATION RECOMMEND AWARD AS INDICATED TO THE LOWEST RESPONSIVE, RESPONSIBLE BIDDER. FINANCIAL SERVICES, PURCHASING DIVISION AND AVIATION RECOMMEND THAT D & H PUMP SERVICES, INC. BE DEEMED A NON-RESPONSIVE AND NON-RESPONSIBLE BIDDER.

[FINANCIAL SERVICES, CARMEN ARRIETA-CANDELARIA, (915) 541-4293]

[AIRPORT, MONICA LOMBRANA, (915) 780-4724]

"7C. BID: THE AWARD OF SOLICITATION NO. 2010-058 FOR THE EPIA BAGGAGE MAKE-UP CANOPY TO BLAIR-HALL COMPANY, INC.

ACTION TAKEN: AWARDED

THE AWARD OF SOLICITATION NO. 2010-058 FOR THE EPIA BAGGAGE MAKE-UP CANOPY TO BLAIR-HALL COMPANY, INC. FOR A TOTAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $83,953.

AWARD TO: BLAIR-HALL COMPANY, INC.

BASE BID I: $83,953

FUNDING SOURCE: AIRPORT ENTERPRISE FUND

IT IS REQUESTED THAT THE CITY MANAGER OF THE CITY OF EL PASO BE AUTHORIZED TO SIGN ANY CONTRACTS OR OTHER DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO EFFECTUATE THIS AWARD.

AS A PART OF THIS AWARD, UPON THE REVIEW OF THE CITY ATTORNEY, THE CITY ENGINEER MAY WITHOUT FURTHER AUTHORIZATION FROM CITY COUNCIL APPROVE CONTRACT CHANGES WHICH ARE NECESSARY FOR PROPER EXECUTION OF THE WORK AND CARRYING OUT THE INTENT OF THE DESIGN, BUT WHICH DO NOT INCREASE THE SCOPE OF THE CONTRACT AS AWARDED, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $25,000.00 PER NUMBERED CHANGE ORDER WITHOUT FURTHER AUTHORIZATION BY CITY COUNCIL.

THIS IS A LUMP-SUM CONTRACT. THE EL PASO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AND ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT RECOMMEND AWARD TO THE OFFEROR WHO SUBMITTED THE HIGHEST RANKED PROPOSAL. (DISTRICT 2) [ENGINEERING, R. ALAN SHUBERT, (915)541-4423]

"7D. BID: THE AWARD SOLICITATION NO. 2010-127 FOR THE HUECO MOUNTAIN PARK IMPROVEMENTS TO MARTINEZ BROS. CONTRACTORS, LLC

ACTION TAKEN: DELETED

THE AWARD SOLICITATION NO. 2010-127 FOR THE HUECO MOUNTAIN PARK IMPROVEMENTS TO MARTINEZ BROS. CONTRACTORS, LLC, FOR A TOTAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $139,740.

AWARD TO: MARTINEZ BROS. CONTRACTORS, LLC.

BASE BID: $126,270

OPTION #1: $7,980

OPTION #2: $5,490

FUNDING SOURCE: 2008 REPROGRAMMING - PARK PROPORTIONALITY

IT IS REQUESTED THAT THE CITY MANAGER OF THE CITY OF EL PASO BE AUTHORIZED TO SIGN ANY CONTRACTS OR OTHER DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO EFFECTUATE THIS AWARD.

WORK UNDER THIS UNIT PRICE CONTRACT IS ONLY AN ESTIMATED VALUE AND WILL BE ORDERED, PERFORMED, INVOICED, AND PAID BY MEASURED QUANTITY. THE ACTUAL COST OF THIS CONTRACT MAY BE HIGHER OR LOWER THAN THE TOTAL ESTIMATED VALUE AND WILL BE THE SUM TOTAL OF UNIT PRICES AT THE END OF THE CONTRACT TERM.

AS A PART OF THIS AWARD, UPON THE REVIEW OF THE CITY ATTORNEY, THE CITY ENGINEER MAY WITHOUT FURTHER AUTHORIZATION FROM CITY COUNCIL APPROVE CONTRACT CHANGES WHICH ARE NECESSARY FOR PROPER EXECUTION OF THE WORK AND CARRYING OUT THE INTENT OF THE PROJECT, WHICH ARE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE LAW, DO NOT MAKE CHANGES TO THE PRICES AND ARE WITHIN THE APPROPRIATE BUDGET.

THIS IS A LOW BID, UNIT-PRICE CONTRACT. THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT RECOMMENDS AWARD AS INDICATED TO THE LOWEST RESPONSIBLE BIDDER. (DISTRICT 5) [ENGINEERING, R. ALAN SHUBERT, (915)541-4423]

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: 8A.  - 8B. INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCES PURSUANT TO SECTION 3.9 OF THE EL PASO CITY CHARTER:"
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: INTRODUCED

PUBLIC COMMENT TYPICALLY IS NOT TAKEN DURING THE INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCES.

PUBLIC COMMENTS ARE INVITED AT THE DATE OF THE SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARING.

8A. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 010873, ORDINANCE NO. 12476, AND ORDINANCE NO. 14981 TO APPROVE THE USE OF THE USER AGREEMENTS AND USER/DISTRIBUTION SITE OPERATOR AGREEMENTS FOR FOREIGN TRADE ZONE NO. 68 AND TO AUTHORIZE THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE THESE TYPES OF AGREEMENTS ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF EL PASO. (ALL DISTRICTS) [AIRPORT, MONICA LOMBRANA, (915) 780-4724]

PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON APRIL 6, 2010, FOR ITEM 8A

8B. AN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF TRACT 3A, BLOCK 17, YSLETA GRANT, CITY OF EL PASO, EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS, FROM A-2 (APARTMENT) TO S-D (SPECIAL DEVELOPMENT), AND IMPOSING A CONDITION. THE PENALTY IS AS PROVIDED FOR IN CHAPTER 20.24 OF THE EL PASO CITY CODE. SUBJECT PROPERTY: 7860 NORTH LOOP DRIVE. APPLICANTS: JOSE A. AND OLGA ZEPEDA. ZON10-00001 (DISTRICT 7)

[DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/PLANNING, ANDREW SALLOUM, (915) 541-4027]

PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON APRIL 20, 2010, FOR ITEM 8B

PUBLIC HEARINGS WILL BE HELD AS PART OF THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING THAT BEGINS AT APPROXIMATELY 9:00 A.M. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS PRESENT SHALL HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD AT THAT TIME. AFTER THE PUBLIC HEARINGS, COUNCIL MAY ALSO DELAY TAKING ACTION ON ORDINANCES; NO REQUIREMENT IS MADE BY SECTION 3.9B OF THE EL PASO CITY CHARTER TO PUBLISH ANY FURTHER NOTICE. COPIES OF ALL ORDINANCES ARE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW IN THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, 2 CIVIC CENTER PLAZA, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, 8:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: 9.  ENGINEERING: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2010-117 for the Oregon Street Rehabilitation to C.F. Jordan Construction LLC. "
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: AWARDED

DISCUSSION AND ACTION ON THE AWARD OF SOLICITATION NO. 2010-117 FOR THE OREGON STREET REHABILITATION TO C.F. JORDAN CONSTRUCTION LLC., FOR A TOTAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $5,557,431.

AWARD TO: C.F. JORDAN CONSTRUCTION LLC

BASE BID: $5,517,786

PART A $2,457,950

PART B $1,547,693

PART C $ 827,489

PART D $ 337,071

PART E $ 347,583

OPTION 1; $ 39,645

FUNDING SOURCE: SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM (STP) FEDERAL FUNDS; 2006 CERTIFICATES OF OBLIGATION; EL PASO WATER UTILITY (PSB); AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT (ARRA); FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION (FTA) GRANT NO. TX 90-X783-00 & TX70-X003-00

DISTRICT: 1 AND 8

IT IS REQUESTED THAT THE CITY MANAGER OF THE CITY OF EL PASO BE AUTHORIZED TO SIGN ANY CONTRACTS OR OTHER DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO EFFECTUATE THIS AWARD.

WORK UNDER THIS UNIT PRICE CONTRACT IS ONLY AN ESTIMATED VALUE AND WILL BE ORDERED, PERFORMED, INVOICED, AND PAID BY MEASURED QUANTITY. THE ACTUAL COST OF THIS CONTRACT MAY BE HIGHER OR LOWER THAN THE TOTAL ESTIMATED VALUE AND WILL BE THE SUM TOTAL OF UNIT PRICES AT THE END OF THE CONTRACT TERM.

AS A PART OF THIS AWARD, UPON THE REVIEW OF THE CITY ATTORNEY, THE CITY ENGINEER MAY WITHOUT FURTHER AUTHORIZATION FROM CITY COUNCIL APPROVE CONTRACT CHANGES WHICH ARE NECESSARY FOR PROPER EXECUTION OF THE WORK AND CARRYING OUT THE INTENT OF THE PROJECT, WHICH ARE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE LAW, DO NOT MAKE CHANGES TO THE UNIT PRICES AND ARE WITHIN THE APPROPRIATE BUDGET.

THIS IS A LOW BID, UNIT-PRICE CONTRACT. THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT RECOMMENDS AWARD AS INDICATED TO THE LOWEST RESPONSIBLE BIDDER. THE CITY MANAGER IS AUTHORIZED TO EXECUTE ANY AMENDMENTS TO FUNDING AGREEMENTS.

[ENGINEERING, R. ALAN SHUBERT, (915) 541-4423]

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: 10A1.  FINANCIAL SERVICES: Discussion and action on a Resolution authorizing the Purchasing Manager of Financial Services, Purchasing Division, to notify Alamo Industries, Inc. d/b/a Alamo Auto Supply that the City is terminating Contract No. 2007-251"
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: APPROVED

DISCUSSION AND ACTION ON A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASING MANAGER OF FINANCIAL SERVICES, PURCHASING DIVISION, TO NOTIFY ALAMO INDUSTRIES, INC. D/B/A ALAMO AUTO SUPPLY THAT THE CITY IS TERMINATING CONTRACT NO. 2007-251 PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS AND REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION C 18A OF THE CONTRACT CLAUSES DUE TO CONVENIENCE AND THAT THE TERMINATION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE AS OF MARCH 30, 2010. (ALL DISTRICTS)

[FINANCIAL SERVICES, CARMEN ARRIETA-CANDELARIA, (915) 541-4293]

[GENERAL SERVICES, STUART ED, (915) 621-6822]

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: 10A2.  FINANCIAL SERVICES: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2010-011 (Emergency Lighting, Warning and Communication Mounting Equipment and Installation) to Alamo Industries, Inc. d/b/a Alamo Auto Supply"
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: AWARDED

DISCUSSION AND ACTION ON THE AWARD OF SOLICITATION NO. 2010-011 (EMERGENCY LIGHTING, WARNING AND COMMUNICATION MOUNTING EQUIPMENT AND INSTALLATION) TO ALAMO INDUSTRIES, INC. D/B/A ALAMO AUTO SUPPLY FOR A TOTAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $540,000.

DEPARTMENT: GENERAL SERVICES - FLEET DIVISION

AWARD TO: ALAMO INDUSTRIES, INC. D/B/A ALAMO AUTO SUPPLY

EL PASO, TX

ITEMS: ALL ITEMS: PART A AND PART B

OPTION: 2 YEARS

ANNUAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT: $180,000

FUNDING SOURCE: INTERNAL SERVICE FUND

TOTAL ESTIMATED AWARD: $540,000 (3 YEARS)

DISTRICTS: ALL

THIS IS A 36-MONTH REQUIREMENTS TYPE CONTRACT.

THE COST UNDER THIS REQUIREMENTS CONTRACT IS ONLY AN ESTIMATED MINIMUM VALUE. THE ACTUAL COST OF THIS CONTRACT MAY BE HIGHER OR LOWER THAN THE TOTAL ESTIMATED MINIMUM VALUE AND WILL BE THE SUM TOTAL AT THE END OF THE CONTRACT TERM, SO LONG AS INCREASED FUNDS ARE APPROPRIATED IN THE BUDGET.

THE DEPARTMENTS OF FINANCIAL SERVICES, PURCHASING DIVISION, AND GENERAL SERVICES, FLEET DIVISION, RECOMMEND AWARD AS INDICATED TO THE LOWEST RESPONSIVE, RESPONSIBLE BIDDER FOR PARTS WHICH IS THE MAJORITY OF THE BID.

[FINANCIAL SERVICES, CARMEN ARRIETA-CANDELARIA, (915) 541-4293]

[GENERAL SERVICES, STUART ED, (915) 621-6822]

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: 10B.  FINANCIAL SERVICES: Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2010-158 (Paint, Traffic and Airfield Marking, Type II Waterborne) to Ennis Paint, Inc."
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: AWARDED

DISCUSSION AND ACTION ON THE AWARD OF SOLICITATION NO. 2010-158 (PAINT, TRAFFIC AND AIRFIELD MARKING, TYPE II WATERBORNE) TO ENNIS PAINT, INC. FOR A TOTAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $617,550.

DEPARTMENT: AVIATION

AWARD TO: ENNIS PAINT, INC.

ENNIS, TX

ITEMS: ALL

OPTION: 1 YEAR

ANNUAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT: $205,850

FUNDING SOURCE: AIRPORT COST CENTERS

TOTAL ESTIMATED AWARD: $617,550

DISTRICTS: ALL

THIS IS A THIRTY-SIX MONTH REQUIREMENTS TYPE CONTRACT.

THE DEPARTMENTS OF FINANCIAL SERVICES, PURCHASING DIVISION, AND AVIATION RECOMMEND AWARD AS INDICATED TO THE LOWEST RESPONSIVE, RESPONSIBLE BIDDER.

[FINANCIAL SERVICES, CARMEN ARRIETA-CANDELARIA, (915) 541-4293]

[AIRPORT, MONICA LOMBRANA, (915) 780-4724]

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: 11A.  DEVELOPMENT SERVICES: An Ordinance changing the zoning of a portion of Lot 18, Block 30, Pebble Hills Unit Three, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, from C-1 (Commercial) to C 3 (Commercial). 3377 Lee Trevino Drive. ZON09-00078 "
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: POSTPONED (1) ONE WEEK.

AN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF A PORTION OF LOT 18, BLOCK 30, PEBBLE HILLS UNIT THREE, CITY OF EL PASO, EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS, FROM C-1 (COMMERCIAL) TO C 3 (COMMERCIAL). THE PENALTY IS AS PROVIDED FOR IN CHAPTER 20.24 OF THE EL PASO CITY CODE. SUBJECT PROPERTY: 3377 LEE TREVINO DRIVE. APPLICANT: EMILIO AND OLGA CORRAL. ZON09-00078 (DISTRICT 5) THIS IS AN APPEAL CASE. [DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/PLANNING, ANDREW SALLOUM, (915) 541-4027]

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: 11B.  DEVELOPMENT SERVICES: An Ordinance changing the zoning of Lots 11 to 18, Block 47, Campbell Addition, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, from SRR (Special Residential Revitalization) to C-4 (Commercial). 1000 Block of South Mesa Street. ZON10-00003 "
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: POSTPONED (1) ONE WEEK.

AN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF LOTS 11 TO 18, BLOCK 47, CAMPBELL ADDITION, CITY OF EL PASO, EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS, FROM SRR (SPECIAL RESIDENTIAL REVITALIZATION) TO C-4 (COMMERCIAL). THE PENALTY IS AS PROVIDED FOR IN CHAPTER 20.24 OF THE EL PASO CITY CODE. SUBJECT PROPERTY: 1000 BLOCK OF SOUTH MESA STREET. APPLICANT: CITY OF EL PASO. ZON10-00003 (DISTRICT 8)

[DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/PLANNING, ANDREW SALLOUM, (915) 541-4027]

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: 11C.  DEVELOPMENT SERVICES: An Ordinance changing the zoning north of Pellicano Drive and west of George Dieter Drive. ZON09-00072"
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: ADOPTED WITH CONDITIONS

AN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF THE FOLLOWING REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED AS: PARCEL 1: A PORTION OF LOT 1, BLOCK 300, VISTA DEL SOL UNIT 62, REPLAT A, CITY OF EL PASO, EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS, BE CHANGED FROM M-1 (LIGHT MANUFACTURING) TO C-2 (COMMERCIAL), AND IMPOSING CONDITIONS; AND PARCEL 2: A PORTION OF LOT 1, BLOCK 300, VISTA DEL SOL UNIT 62, REPLAT A, CITY OF EL PASO, EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS, BE CHANGED FROM M-1 (LIGHT MANUFACTURING) TO A-3 (APARTMENT), AND IMPOSING CONDITIONS. THE PENALTY IS AS PROVIDED FOR IN CHAPTER 20.24 OF THE EL PASO CITY CODE. SUBJECT PROPERTY: NORTH OF PELLICANO DRIVE AND WEST OF GEORGE DIETER DRIVE. APPLICANT: ERNESTO MORENO. ZON09-00072 (DISTRICT 7) [DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/PLANNING, ANDREW SALLOUM, (915) 541-4027]

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: 11D.  DEVELOPMENT SERVICES: An Ordinance vacating to public vehicular traffic a portion of River Bend between Little Lane and the Montoya Lateral, within Los Paseos Replat A Subdivision, City Of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas "
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: ADOPTED

AN ORDINANCE VACATING TO PUBLIC VEHICULAR TRAFFIC A PORTION OF RIVER BEND BETWEEN LITTLE LANE AND THE MONTOYA LATERAL, WITHIN LOS PASEOS REPLAT A SUBDIVISION, CITY OF EL PASO, EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS (DISTRICT 8)

[DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/PLANNING, FRANK DELGADO, (915) 541-4238]

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: 11E.  DEVELOPMENT SERVICES: An Ordinance vacating to vehicular traffic a portion of a 20.00 foot alley within Block 47, Campbell Addition, amending Subdivision, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas. SUB10-00011 "
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: ADOPTED

AN ORDINANCE VACATING TO VEHICULAR TRAFFIC A PORTION OF A 20.00 FOOT ALLEY WITHIN BLOCK 47, CAMPBELL ADDITION, AMENDING SUBDIVISION, CITY OF EL PASO, EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS. APPLICANT: CITY OF EL PASO. SUB10-00011 (DISTRICT 8) [DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/PLANNING, MICHELLE PADILLA, (915) 541-4903]

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: 11F.  DEVELOPMENT SERVICES: An Ordinance vacating to vehicular traffic a portion of 8th Avenue between Stanton Street and Mesa Street, within Campbell Addition, amending Subdivision, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas. SUB10-00012 "
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: ADOPTED AS AMENDED

AN ORDINANCE VACATING TO VEHICULAR TRAFFIC A PORTION OF 8TH AVENUE BETWEEN STANTON STREET AND MESA STREET, WITHIN CAMPBELL ADDITION, AMENDING SUBDIVISION, CITY OF EL PASO, EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS. APPLICANT: CITY OF EL PASO. SUB10-00012 (DISTRICT 8)

[DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/PLANNING, MICHELLE PADILLA, (915) 541-4903]

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: 11G.  DEVELOPMENT SERVICES: An Ordinance changing the zoning south of Pebble Hills Boulevard and west of Joe Battle Boulevard. ZON09-00064"
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: ADOPTED

AN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF THE FOLLOWING REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED AS: PARCEL 1: A PORTION OF TRACTS 3 AND 8, SECTION 44, BLOCK 79, TOWNSHIP 2, TEXAS AND PACIFIC RAILROAD SURVEYS, CITY OF EL PASO, EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS, BE CHANGED FROM Q (QUARRY) TO A-O (APARTMENT/ OFFICE); AND, PARCEL 2A: A PORTION OF TRACT 8, SECTION 44, BLOCK 79, TOWNSHIP 2, TEXAS AND PACIFIC RAILROAD SURVEYS, CITY OF EL PASO, EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS, BE CHANGED FROM Q (QUARRY) TO C-2/C (COMMERCIAL/CONDITION), AND IMPOSING CONDITIONS; AND, PARCEL 2B: A PORTION OF TRACTS 5 AND 8, SECTION 44, BLOCK 79, TOWNSHIP 2, TEXAS AND PACIFIC RAILROAD SURVEYS, CITY OF EL PASO, EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS, BE CHANGED FROM Q/SC (QUARRY/SPECIAL CONTRACT) TO C-2/C (COMMERCIAL/CONDITION), AND IMPOSING CONDITIONS; AND, PARCEL 3A: A PORTION OF TRACT 8, SECTION 44, BLOCK 79, TOWNSHIP 2, TEXAS AND PACIFIC RAILROAD SURVEYS, CITY OF EL PASO, EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS, BE CHANGED FROM Q (QUARRY) TO C-4/C (COMMERCIAL/CONDITION), AND IMPOSING CONDITIONS; AND, PARCEL 3B: A PORTION OF TRACTS 5 AND 8 AND ALL OF TRACT 5A, SECTION 44, BLOCK 79, TOWNSHIP 2, TEXAS AND PACIFIC RAILROAD SURVEYS, CITY OF EL PASO, EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS; BE CHANGED FROM Q/SC (QUARRY/SPECIAL CONTRACT) TO C-4/C (COMMERCIAL/CONDITION), AND IMPOSING CONDITIONS. THE PENALTY IS AS PROVIDED FOR IN CHAPTER 20.24 OF THE EL PASO CITY CODE. SUBJECT PROPERTY: SOUTH OF PEBBLE HILLS BOULEVARD AND WEST OF JOE BATTLE BOULEVARD. PROPERTY OWNER: JOE BATTLE PARTNERS, L.P. ZON09-00064 (DISTRICT 5)

[DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/PLANNING, ESTHER GUERRERO, (915) 541-4720]

POSTPONED FROM 03-23-10

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: 12.  FINANCIAL SERVICES: An Ordinance authorizing the City Manager to sign a lease agreement between the City of El Paso and El Paso Tennis and Swim Club for the lease of a portion of Arroyo Park totaling 9.212 acres, El Paso, Texas, for a term of twenty years "
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: ADOPTED "

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO SIGN A LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF EL PASO AND EL PASO TENNIS AND SWIM CLUB FOR THE LEASE OF A PORTION OF ARROYO PARK TOTALING 9.212 ACRES, EL PASO, TEXAS, FOR A TERM OF TWENTY YEARS AND CANCELING THE LEASE AGREEMENT APPROVED BY ORDINANCE NO. 2872, 4559, 5826, 6868, AND 14092. (DISTRICT 1)

[FINANCIAL SERVICES, LIZA RAMIREZ-TOBIAS, (915) 541-4074]

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly ABSTAIN
2 Rep. Byrd ABSTAIN
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: 13.  MAYOR AND COUNCIL: Discussion and action regarding a Resolution that the City Manager be authorized to sign a Professional Services Agreement by and between the City of El Paso and Murray, Montgomery and O'Donnell for outside counsel in connection with the City of El Paso's federal legislative program. "
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: APPROVED

DISCUSSION AND ACTION REGARDING A RESOLUTION THAT THE CITY MANAGER BE AUTHORIZED TO SIGN A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE CITY OF EL PASO AND MURRAY, MONTGOMERY AND O'DONNELL FOR OUTSIDE COUNSEL IN CONNECTION WITH THE CITY OF EL PASO'S FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE PROGRAM. THE CONTRACT TERM WILL BE FROM FEBRUARY 12, 2010, THROUGH AND INCLUDING AUGUST 31, 2011, WITH THREE OPTIONS TO RENEW FOR AN ADDITIONAL ONE YEAR EACH. COMPENSATION FOR EACH YEAR SHALL NOT EXCEED $118,200. (ALL DISTRICTS)

[MAYOR'S OFFICE, SYLVIA BORUNDA FIRTH, (915) 541-4656]

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke NO
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: 14A.  CITY MANAGER: Discussion and action on the transportation project priorities in the City's Capital Improvement Program including:"
   
 

NO ACTION WAS TAKEN

CITY MANAGER'S REPORT OF CURRENT EVENTS AND ISSUES:

DISCUSSION AND ACTION ON THE TRANSPORTATION PROJECT PRIORITIES IN THE CITY'S CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM INCLUDING:

A) STAFF OVERVIEW OF THE PROPOSED TRANSPORTATION PROJECT PRIORITIES AND THE PROPOSED TRANSPORTATION FUNDING PLANS.

(ALL DISTRICTS) [DEVELOPMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE, PATRICIA D. ADAUTO, (915) 541-4853

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE


   
Item: 14B.  CITY MANAGER: Discussion and action on the transportation project priorities in the City's Capital Improvement Program including:  (Regular City Council Agenda)
   
 

NO ACTION WAS TAKEN

CITY MANAGER'S REPORT OF CURRENT EVENTS AND ISSUES:

DISCUSSION AND ACTION ON THE TRANSPORTATION PROJECT PRIORITIES IN THE CITY'S CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM INCLUDING:

B) RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE LIST OF TRANSIT CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTALING APPROXIMATELY $96,140,867 AS THE LIST IN THE CITY'S CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM - TRANSIT PROJECT PRIORITIES FOR FISCAL YEARS 2011 THROUGH 2017 UTILIZING CERTIFICATES OF OBLIGATION AND OTHER FUNDING MECHANISMS PURSUANT TO THE CITY'S DEBT MANAGEMENT POLICY, AND SUBJECT TO ANNUAL BUDGETING REQUIREMENTS; AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ESTABLISH THE FUNDING SOURCES FOR THE TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PLAN AND MAKE ALL NECESSARY BUDGET TRANSFERS AT THE APPROPRIATE TIMES FOR EXECUTION OF THE TRANSIT CAPITAL PROJECTS; AND DIRECTING THAT THE CITY MANAGER PURSUE ANY STATE AND FEDERAL FUNDING THAT WILL REDUCE THE CITY'S SHARE OF ITS PARTICIPATION COSTS TO THESE TRANSIT CAPITAL PROJECTS.

(ALL DISTRICTS) [DEVELOPMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE, PATRICIA D. ADAUTO, (915) 541-4853

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE


   
Item: 14C.  CITY MANAGER: Discussion and action on the transportation project priorities in the City's Capital Improvement Program including:  (Regular City Council Agenda)
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: APPROVED AND ACCEPTED STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS ON A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE LIST OF TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTALING APPROXIMATELY $19,767,218 AS THE LIST IN THE CITY’S CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM – COEP PROJECT PRIORITIES IN THE MPO TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEARS 2011 THROUGH 2017 UTILIZING CERTIFICATES OF OBLIGATION AND OTHER FUNDING MECHANISMS PURSUANT TO THE CITY’S DEBT MANAGEMENT POLICY, AND SUBJECT TO ANNUAL BUDGETING REQUIREMENTS; AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ESTABLISH THE FUNDING SOURCES FOR THE TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PLAN AND MAKE ALL NECESSARY BUDGET TRANSFERS AT THE APPROPRIATE TIMES FOR EXECUTION OF THE TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PROJECTS; AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO SUBMIT DOCUMENTATION TO AND COORDINATE WITH THE METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION TO MODIFY SHORT AND LONG-TERM PLANNING DOCUMENTS TO FURTHER IMPLEMENT THE TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PLAN; AND DIRECTING THAT THE CITY MANAGER PURSUE ANY STATE AND FEDERAL FUNDING THAT WILL REDUCE THE CITY’S SHARE OF ITS PARTICIPATION COSTS TO THESE TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PROJECTS.

CITY MANAGER'S REPORT OF CURRENT EVENTS AND ISSUES:

C) RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE LIST OF TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTALING APPROXIMATELY $19,767,218 AS THE LIST IN THE CITY'S CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM - COEP PROJECT PRIORITIES IN THE MPO TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEARS 2011 THROUGH 2017 UTILIZING CERTIFICATES OF OBLIGATION AND OTHER FUNDING MECHANISMS PURSUANT TO THE CITY'S DEBT MANAGEMENT POLICY, AND SUBJECT TO ANNUAL BUDGETING REQUIREMENTS; AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ESTABLISH THE FUNDING SOURCES FOR THE TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PLAN AND MAKE ALL NECESSARY BUDGET TRANSFERS AT THE APPROPRIATE TIMES FOR EXECUTION OF THE TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PROJECTS; AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO SUBMIT DOCUMENTATION TO AND COORDINATE WITH THE METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION TO MODIFY SHORT AND LONG-TERM PLANNING DOCUMENTS TO FURTHER IMPLEMENT THE TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PLAN; AND DIRECTING THAT THE CITY MANAGER PURSUE ANY STATE AND FEDERAL FUNDING THAT WILL REDUCE THE CITY'S SHARE OF ITS PARTICIPATION COSTS TO THESE TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PROJECTS.

(ALL DISTRICTS) [DEVELOPMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE, PATRICIA D. ADAUTO, (915) 541-4853

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin DID NOT VOTE
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: EX1.  Roseway Drive at the intersection of Zaragoza Road. (551.071 and 551.072) "
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: WHEREAS, THE CITY OF EL PASO HAS A PUBLIC NEED TO PURCHASE LAND FOR THE EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENT OF PORTIONS OF ROSEWAY DRIVE, EL PASO, TEXAS PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY NEAR ZARAGOZA RD. FOR THE PUBLIC SAFETY AND WELFARE OF THE CITIZENS OF EL PASO, (THE “PROJECT”), WHICH PROJECT IS SHOWN ON THE ATTACHED EXHIBIT “A” AND INVOLVES THE REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS (THE “PARCELS”):

A 4,300 SQUARE FOOT PORTION OF TRACT 12A, BLOCK 46, YSLETA GRANT, IN THE CITY OF EL PASO, EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE RESURVEYED OF SAID YSLETA GRANT MADE BY EL PASO COUNTY TEXAS FOR TAX PURPOSES AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS IN EXHIBIT “B-1” ATTACHED HERETO AND MADE A PART HEREOF FOR ALL PURPOSES; AND

A 2,570 SQUARE FOOT PORTION OF TRACT 12T, BLOCK 46, YSLETA GRANT, IN THE CITY OF EL PASO, EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE RESURVEYED OF SAID YSLETA GRANT MADE BY EL PASO COUNTY TEXAS FOR TAX PURPOSES AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS IN EXHIBIT “B-2” ATTACHED HERETO AND MADE A PART HEREOF FOR ALL PURPOSES; AND

WHEREAS, D & L LAND PARTNERSHIP LP OWNS THE PARCELS, WHICH ARE REQUIRED FOR THE PROJECT; AND

WHEREAS, THIS PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT PROJECT IS FOR PUBLIC USE AND CONSISTENT WITH AND IN FURTHERANCE OF THE CITY’S IMPROVEMENT PLANS AS APPROVED BY THE VOTERS IN THE 2004 BOND ELECTION AND RECOMMENDED BY ENGINEERING STAFF AND IF THE PROJECT IS NOT COMPLETED THE CITIZENS OF THE CITY OF EL PASO WILL SUFFER THE ADVERSE CONSEQUENCES OF INADEQUATE ROADS, INADEQUATE LOADING CAPACITY AND INSUFFICIENT DRAINAGE AND OTHER PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS; AND

WHEREAS, CITY COUNCIL PREFERS TO PURCHASE THE PARCELS AND PAY FOR ANY DAMAGES RELATED TO THE INTEREST OF D & L LAND PARTNERSHIP LP, BUT IF SUCH NEGOTIATIONS FAIL, CITY COUNCIL RECOGNIZES THAT A SINGLE PARCEL OWNER CANNOT BE ALLOWED TO CONTROL, UNREASONABLY DELAY OR PROHIBIT A PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY EXPANSION AND OR IMPROVEMENT PROJECT THAT IS FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL OF THE CITIZENS OF EL PASO.

MOTION MADE BY REPRESENTATIVE ORTEGA, SECONDED BY REPRESENTATIVE LILLY AND CARRIED THAT:

(1) THE CITY IS AUTHORIZED TO ACQUIRE THE PARCELS, AND PAY DAMAGES AND OTHER COSTS RELATED TO THE PARCELS AND (2) IF THE CITY AND D & L LAND PARTNERSHIP LP ARE UNABLE TO AGREE ON THE TAKING, THE AMOUNT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE, THE AMOUNT OF ANY RELOCATION PAYMENTS OR THE AMOUNT OF ANY DAMAGES RESULTING, THE CITY ATTORNEY IS AUTHORIZED TO TAKE ANY AND ALL ACTION NECESSARY, BOTH AFFIRMATIVE AND DEFENSIVE, AS NECESSARY TO ADDRESS THE ACQUISITION OF THE INTEREST OF D & L LAND PARTNERSHIP LP FOR THE EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENT OF PORTIONS OF ROSEWAY DRIVE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE INITIATION OF AND RESPONSE TO LITIGATION, COMPLAINTS AND ANY OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE OR JUDICIAL PROCEEDING OR PROCESS INCLUDING, THROUGH EMINENT DOMAIN.

THE CITY OF EL PASO FINDS: (1) THE EXISTENCE OF A PUBLIC NEED TO ACQUIRE THE PARCELS FOR THE NON-EXCLUSIVE PURPOSES OF PROVIDING ADEQUATE ROADS AND LOADING CAPACITY FOR PUBLIC USE AND ADEQUATE DRAINAGE; (2) THE PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FOR WHICH THE PARCELS ARE REQUIRED IS FOR PUBLIC USE AND CONSISTENT WITH AND IN FURTHERANCE OF THE CITY’S IMPROVEMENT PLANS AS RECOMMENDED BY CITY ENGINEERING STAFF; (3) IF THE PROJECT IS NOT COMPLETED THE CITY OF EL PASO WILL SUFFER THE ADVERSE CONSEQUENCES OF INADEQUATE ROADS, INADEQUATE LOADING CAPACITY AND INSUFFICIENT DRAINAGE AND OTHER PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS; AND (4) THE LOCATION, NATURE AND EXTENT OF THE PROPERTY ACQUISITION IS REASONABLE AND NECESSARY.

ROSEWAY DRIVE AT THE INTERSECTION OF ZARAGOZA ROAD. (551.071 AND 551.072) [CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, MARK SHOESMITH (915) 541-4550]

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin DID NOT VOTE
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: EX2.  Anthony Jason McBride vs. City of El Paso; Cause No. S310-0035. (551.071) "
   
 

"MOTION MADE BY MAYOR PRO TEMPORE ACOSTA, SECONDED BY REPRESENTATIVE BYRD, AND CARRIED THAT THE CITY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE BE AUTHORIZED TO DENY THE CLAIM OF ANTHONY JASON MCBRIDE, OUR FILE #: 09-C-209.

ANTHONY JASON MCBRIDE VS. CITY OF EL PASO; CAUSE NO. S310-0035. (551.071) [CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, AUDREY HARE, (915) 541-4550]

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana NO
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook DID NOT VOTE

   
Item: MASS TRANSIT BOARD MEETING  (Regular City Council Agenda)
   
 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC - CONSENT AGENDA

ALL MATTERS LISTED UNDER THE CONSENT AGENDA, INCLUDING THOSE ON THE ADDITION TO THE AGENDA, WILL BE CONSIDERED BY MASS TRANSIT DEPARTMENT BOARD TO BE ROUTINE AND WILL BE ENACTED BY ONE MOTION UNLESS SEPARATE DISCUSSION IS REQUESTED BY BOARD MEMBERS. PRIOR TO THE VOTE, MEMBERS OF THE AUDIENCE MAY ASK QUESTIONS REGARDING ITEMS ON THE CONSENT AGENDA. WHEN THE VOTE HAS BEEN TAKEN, IF AN ITEM HAS NOT BEEN CALLED OUT FOR SEPARATE DISCUSSION, THE ITEM HAS BEEN APPROVED. THE MASS TRANSIT DEPARTMENT BOARD MAY, HOWEVER, RECONSIDER ANY ITEM AT ANY TIME DURING THE MEETING. THE WORDING OF ALL AGENDA ITEMS SHALL APPEAR IN THE MINUTES OF THIS MEETING OF THE MASS TRANSIT DEPARTMENT BOARD AS POSTED, UNLESS OTHERWISE REVISED BY THIS OR OTHER MOTION OF THE MASS TRANSIT DEPARTMENT BOARD, WITHOUT THE NECESSITY OF THE CITY CLERK READING THE WORDING OF EACH ITEM INTO THE RECORD.

"MTB1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: MASS TRANSIT DEPARTMENT BOARD MEETING OF FEBRUARY 9, 2010.

ACTION TAKEN: APPROVED

APPROVAL OF MINUTES FOR THE MASS TRANSIT DEPARTMENT BOARD MEETING OF FEBRUARY 9, 2010. [DIRECTOR, JAY BANASIAK (915) 533-1220] (ACTION 10-12)

"MTB2. REQUEST TO EXCUSE ABSENT MASS TRANSIT DEPARTMENT BOARD MEMBERS (ACTION 10-13)

NO ACTION WAS TAKEN

"MTB3A. RESOLUTION: THAT THE MASS TRANSIT DEPARTMENT BOARD OF THE CITY OF EL PASO HEREBY PROCLAIMS SATURDAY, APRIL 24,2010, AS A DAY OF FREE ADMISSION ON ALL SUN METRO ROUTES FOR ALL PASSENGERS BETWEEN THE AGES OF 6 AND 18, IN CELEBRATION OF DÍA DE LOS NIÑOS ~ DÍA DE LOS LIBROS.

ACTION TAKEN: APPROVED

THAT THE MASS TRANSIT DEPARTMENT BOARD OF THE CITY OF EL PASO HEREBY PROCLAIMS SATURDAY, APRIL 24,2010, AS A DAY OF FREE ADMISSION ON ALL SUN METRO ROUTES FOR ALL PASSENGERS BETWEEN THE AGES OF 6 AND 18, IN CELEBRATION OF DÍA DE LOS NIÑOS ~ DÍA DE LOS LIBROS. [DIRECTOR, JAY BANASIAK, 534-5810] (ACTION 10-14)

"MTB3B. RESOLUTION: THAT THE MASS TRANSIT BOARD APPROVES THE EXPENDITURE OF ADDITIONAL AVAILABLE FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF SEVENTY ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED FORTY NINE AND 00/100 DOLLARS ($71,849.00) TO ARROW BUILDING CORPORATION FOR ADDITIONAL CONSTRUCTION COSTS OF THE GLORY ROAD TRANSIT TERMINAL. CHANGE ORDER 7 PROVIDES FOR LABOR, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT TO CONSTRUCT A NEW OFFICE SPACE FOR FUTURE FACILITIES MANAGER WHICH WILL BE HOUSED AT THE TERMINAL INCLUDING NEW OFFICE SPACE, RESTROOM, HEATING AND COOLING,

ACTION TAKEN: APPROVED

THAT THE MASS TRANSIT BOARD APPROVES THE EXPENDITURE OF ADDITIONAL AVAILABLE FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF SEVENTY ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED FORTY NINE AND 00/100 DOLLARS ($71,849.00) TO ARROW BUILDING CORPORATION FOR ADDITIONAL CONSTRUCTION COSTS OF THE GLORY ROAD TRANSIT TERMINAL. CHANGE ORDER 7 PROVIDES FOR LABOR, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT TO CONSTRUCT A NEW OFFICE SPACE FOR FUTURE FACILITIES MANAGER WHICH WILL BE HOUSED AT THE TERMINAL INCLUDING NEW OFFICE SPACE, RESTROOM, HEATING AND COOLING, ADDING NO DAYS OF CONTRACT TIME [CHANGE ORDER NUMBER 7] FOR CONTRACT NUMBER 2009-145. THE NEW CONTRACT SUM, INCLUDING CHANGE ORDER 7, IS NINE MILLION TWO HUNDRED FOURTEEN THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED TWENTY AND 26/100 DOLLARS ($9,214,220.26). [R. ALAN SHUBERT, P.E., CITY ENGINEER, 541-4423] (ACTION 10-15)

"MTB3C. RESOLUTION: THAT THE MASS TRANSIT BOARD APPROVES THE EXPENDITURE OF ADDITIONAL AVAILABLE FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF ONE HUNDRED TWELVE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED FIFTY ONE AND 76/100 DOLLARS ($112,551.76) TO VENEGAS ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT AND CONSTRUCTION, INC. FOR THE WESTSIDE TRANSIT TERMINAL PROJECT, TO CONSTRUCT A NEW DRIVER'S LOUNGE INCLUDING BREAK ROOM AREA AND DUAL RESTROOMS FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN

ACTION TAKEN: APPROVED

THAT THE MASS TRANSIT BOARD APPROVES THE EXPENDITURE OF ADDITIONAL AVAILABLE FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF ONE HUNDRED TWELVE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED FIFTY ONE AND 76/100 DOLLARS ($112,551.76) TO VENEGAS ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT AND CONSTRUCTION, INC. FOR THE WESTSIDE TRANSIT TERMINAL PROJECT, TO CONSTRUCT A NEW DRIVER'S LOUNGE INCLUDING BREAK ROOM AREA AND DUAL RESTROOMS FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN, ADDING 42 DAYS OF CONTRACT TIME [CHANGE ORDER NUMBER 12] FOR CONTRACT NUMBER 2009-079. THE NEW CONTRACT SUM, INCLUDING CHANGE ORDER 12, IS ONE MILLION NINE HUNDRED SIXTY ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED SIX AND 80/100 DOLLARS ($1,961,906.80). [R. ALAN SHUBERT, P.E., CITY ENGINEER, 541-4423] (ACTION 10-16)

"MTB4. PURCHASING REQUESTS TO ISSUE PURCHASE ORDER: TO GFI GENFARE, THE SOLE SOURCE PROVIDER FOR GFI TICKET VENDING MACHINES, TO PURCHASE TICKET VENDING MACHINES FOR THE MISSION VALLEY AND GLORY ROAD TRANSFER CENTERS.

ACTION TAKEN: AUTHORIZED

THAT THE PURCHASING MANAGER FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES, PURCHASING DIVISION, BE AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE A PURCHASE ORDER(S) TO GFI GENFARE, THE SOLE SOURCE PROVIDER FOR GFI TICKET VENDING MACHINES, TO PURCHASE TICKET VENDING MACHINES FOR THE MISSION VALLEY AND GLORY ROAD TRANSFER CENTERS. THIS ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE IS $171,070.00. (ACTION 10-17)

DEPARTMENT: SUN METRO

FUNDING SOURCE: SUN METRO CAPITAL GRANTS/DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT FY2009 COS/DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT

TOTAL EST. AWARD: $171,070.00

DISTRICTS: 1 & 7

CONTACT PERSON: CARMEN ARRIETA-CANDELARIA, CFO, (915) 541-4293.

LYNLY LEEPER-ASST. DIRECTOR FOR DEVELOPMENT (915) 534-5822.

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin YES
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke DID NOT VOTE
- Mayor Cook YES (TIE BREAKER)

   
Item: MTB5.  Discussion and action on the award of Solicitation No. 2010-117 for the Oregon Street Rehabilitation to C.F. Jordan Construction LLC."
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: AWARDED

DISCUSSION AND ACTION ON THE AWARD OF SOLICITATION NO. 2010-117 FOR THE OREGON STREET REHABILITATION TO C.F. JORDAN CONSTRUCTION LLC., FOR A TOTAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $5,557,431.00. (ACTION 10-18)

DEPARTMENT: SUN METRO

AWARD TO: C.F. JORDAN CONSTRUCTION LLC.

ACCOUNT NO: 31255002-508027-05791-PCP06ST022B; 99331117-508027-27263 PCP06ST022B; 31255002 - 508027 - 27695 - PCP06ST022B; ARRA; FTA

FUNDING SOURCE: SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM (STP) FEDERAL FUNDS; 2006 CERTIFICATES OF OBLIGATION; EL PASO WATER UTILITIES (PSB); AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT (ARRA); FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION (FTA) GRANT TX 90-X783-00 & TX 70-X003-00.

TOTAL EST. AWARD: $5,557,431.00

DISTRICT(S): 1 & 8

THIS IS A LOW BID, UNIT-PRICE CONTRACT.

THE COST UNDER THIS REQUIREMENTS CONTRACT IS ONLY AN ESTIMATED MINIMUM VALUE. THE ACTUAL COST OF THIS CONTRACT MAY BE HIGHER OR LOWER THAN THE TOTAL ESTIMATED MINIMUM VALUE AND WILL BE THE SUM TOTAL AT THE END OF THE CONTRACT TERM, SO LONG AS INCREASED FUNDS ARE APPROPRIATED IN THE BUDGET.

THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT RECOMMENDS AWARD AS INDICATED TO THE LOWEST RESPONSIVE, RESPONSIBLE BIDDER.

CONTACT PERSON: R. ALAN SHUBERT, P.E., CITY ENGINEER, (915) 547-4423

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin DID NOT VOTE
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook YES

   
Item: MTB6.  Presentation by Jacobs Engineering, discussion, and action on the status and recommended plan for implementation of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Corridors."
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: 1ST MOTION - THAT STAFF SHOULD CONTINUE TO ADDRESS TRANSPORTATION ISSUES WITH A BUS RAPID TRANSIT (BRT) SYSTEM, BUT THAT DOES NOT PRECLUDE LOOKING AT OTHER TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES.

PRESENTATION BY JACOBS ENGINEERING, DISCUSSION, AND ACTION ON THE STATUS AND RECOMMENDED PLAN FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF BUS RAPID TRANSIT (BRT) CORRIDORS. [DIRECTOR, JAY BANASIAK, (534-5810] (ACTION 10-19)

6A. SHOULD STAFF CONTINUE TO ADDRESS TRANSPORTATION ISSUES WITH A BRT SYSTEM?

6B. SHOULD STAFF STOP FURTHER WORK WITH DEVELOPING A BRT SYSTEM AND PURSUE ANOTHER TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVE?

6C. DOES THE MASS TRANSIT BOARD SUPPORT BRT UTILIZING DEDICATED LANES IN THE DOWNTOWN CORE AND MIXED TRAFFIC SERVICE OUTSIDE THE CORE (DOWNTOWN BRT CORE WITH TSM EXTENSIONS)?

6D. DOES THE MASS TRANSIT BOARD SUPPORT BRT UTILIZING DEDICATED LANES ONLY FOR ALL CORRIDORS EVEN IF IT POTENTIALLY DELAYS THE TIMING FOR PROJECT DELIVERY AND RECOGNIZING FTA MAY NOT SUPPORT USE OF FEDERAL FUNDS BECAUSE DEDICATED LANES ARE NOT WARRANTED?

6E. SHOULD STAFF SEEK FEDERAL FUNDING UNDER THE VERY SMALL STARTS PROGRAM (PROJECT COST MUST BE LESS THAN $50M)?

6F. SHOULD STAFF SEEK FEDERAL FUNDING UNDER THE SMALL STARTS PROGRAM (PROJECT COST IS GREATER THAN $50M BUT MUST BE LESS THAN $250M) BECAUSE OF THE DECISION TO PURSUE TOTALLY DEDICATED BUS LANES FOR THE ENTIRE LENGTH OF THE CORRIDOR(S)?

6G. DOES THE MASS TRANSIT BOARD AGREE THAT THE BRT CORRIDORS SHALL BE DEVELOPED IN THE FOLLOWING ORDER OF PRIORITY?

1. ALAMEDA

2. MESA

3. MONTANA

4. DYER (PENDING THE TIMING OF THE NORTHGATE TRANSFER CENTER PROJECT)

6H. SHOULD THE ALAMEDA CORRIDOR BE DEVELOPED WITH CITY FUNDING?

6I. SHOULD THE ALAMEDA CORRIDOR BE DEVELOPED WITH EITHER FEDERAL OR COMPREHENSIVE MOBILITY PLAN (CMP) FUNDING?

6J. RE-AFFIRM THAT BRT MUST INCLUDE THE USE OF ARTICULATED BUSES TO DISTINGUISH ENHANCED SERVICE AND ACCOMMODATE THE PROJECTED VOLUME OF RIDERSHIP.

6K. SHOULD THE MASS TRANSIT BOARD DIRECT STAFF TO BRING FORWARD A RECOMMENDED FUNDING STRATEGY FOR ALL FOUR CORRIDORS WITHIN A SIX TO SEVEN YEAR PERIOD, BASED ON AFFORDABILITY WITHIN THE CITY'S DEBT SERVICE LIMIT (AS PRESENTED BY STAFF)?

6L. DOES THE MASS TRANSIT BOARD RE-AFFIRM STAFF TO PROCEED WITH THE RELOCATION OF SUN METRO OPERATIONS FROM UNION DEPOT AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW OPERATIONS, MAINTENANCE, AND ADMINISTRATION FACILITY ON AIRPORT PROPERTY AT 10159 MONTANA, EL PASO, TX 79925 IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW FUELING FACILITY ON THE SAME AIRPORT SITE?

6M. DOES THE MASS TRANSIT BOARD HAVE ANY OTHER POLICY DIRECTION REGARDING THE BRT OR ALTERNATIVE MODE OF RAPID TRANSPORTATION?

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin DID NOT VOTE
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke DID NOT VOTE
- Mayor Cook YES

   
Item: MTB6.  Presentation by Jacobs Engineering, discussion, and action on the status and recommended plan for implementation of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Corridors."
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: 2ND MOTION - THAT THE MASS TRANSIT BOARD SUPPORTS BUS RAPID TRANSIT UTILIZING TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT (TSM) AND EXPLORING A DOWNTOWN CATALYTIC PROJECT THAT WOULD HAVE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IMPACT.

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin DID NOT VOTE
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook YES

   
Item: MTB6.  Presentation by Jacobs Engineering, discussion, and action on the status and recommended plan for implementation of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Corridors."
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: 3RD MOTION - THAT STAFF SHOULD CONTINUE TO SEEK FEDERAL FUNDING UNDER THE VERY SMALL STARTS PROGRAM (PROJECT IS LESS THAN $50 MILLION).

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin DID NOT VOTE
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook YES

   
Item: MTB6.  Presentation by Jacobs Engineering, discussion, and action on the status and recommended plan for implementation of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Corridors."
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: 4TH MOTION - THAT THE MASS TRANSIT BOARD AGREES THAT THE BUS RAPID TRANSIT (BRT) CORRIDORS SHALL BE DEVELOPED IN THE ORDER OF THIS PRIORITY:

1. ALAMEDA

2. MESA

3. MONTANA

4. DYER (PENDING THE TIMING OF THE NORTHGATE TRANSFER CENTER PROJECT).

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin DID NOT VOTE
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook YES

   
Item: MTB6.  Presentation by Jacobs Engineering, discussion, and action on the status and recommended plan for implementation of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Corridors."
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: 5TH MOTION - THAT THE ALAMEDA CORRIDOR BE DEVELOPED WITH CITY FUNDING.

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin DID NOT VOTE
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook YES

   
Item: MTB6.  Presentation by Jacobs Engineering, discussion, and action on the status and recommended plan for implementation of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Corridors."
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: 6TH MOTION - TO RE-AFFIRM THAT BUS RAPID TRANSIT MUST INCLUDE THE USE OF ARTICULATED BUSES TO DISTINGUISH ENHANCED SERVICE AND ACCOMMODATE THE PROJECTED VOLUME OF RIDERSHIP.

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin DID NOT VOTE
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook YES

   
Item: MTB6.  Presentation by Jacobs Engineering, discussion, and action on the status and recommended plan for implementation of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Corridors."
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: 7TH MOTION - TO RE-AFFIRM STAFF TO PROCEED WITH THE RELOCATION OF SUN METRO OPERATIONS FROM UNION DEPOT AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE FACILITY ON AIRPORT PROPERTY AT 10159 MONTANA, EL PASO, TX 79925 IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW FUELING FACILITY ON THE SAME AIRPORT SITE.

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta NO
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana NO
6 Rep. Holguin DID NOT VOTE
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook YES

   
Item: MTB6.  Presentation by Jacobs Engineering, discussion, and action on the status and recommended plan for implementation of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Corridors."
   
 

ACTION TAKEN: 8TH AND FINAL MOTION - TO DIRECT THE CITY MANAGER TO REPORT IN THREE MONTHS TO THE MASS TRANSIT BOARD ON THE OREGON RAIL CORRIDOR PROJECT INSERTED IN THE BRIDGE OPERATIONS STUDY.

   
Votes:

DISTRICT

OFFICIAL

VOTE

1 Rep. Lilly YES
2 Rep. Byrd YES
3 Rep. Acosta YES
4 Rep. Robinson YES
5 Rep. Quintana YES
6 Rep. Holguin DID NOT VOTE
7 Rep. S. Ortega YES
8 Rep. O'Rourke YES
- Mayor Cook YES

   
Item: MTB7.  Discussion and action on the transportation project priorities in the City's Capital Improvement Program including (Action 10-20):"
   
 

NO ACTION WAS TAKEN

DISCUSSION AND ACTION ON THE TRANSPORTATION PROJECT PRIORITIES IN THE CITY'S CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM INCLUDING (ACTION 10-20):

7A. STAFF OVERVIEW OF THE PROPOSED TRANSPORTATION PROJECT PRIORITIES AND THE PROPOSED TRANSPORTATION FUNDING PLANS.

7B. RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE LIST OF TRANSIT CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTALING APPROXIMATELY $96,140,867 AS THE LIST IN THE CITY'S CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM - TRANSIT PROJECT PRIORITIES FOR FISCAL YEARS 2011 THROUGH 2017 UTILIZING CERTIFICATES OF OBLIGATION AND OTHER FUNDING MECHANISMS PURSUANT TO THE CITY'S DEBT MANAGEMENT POLICY, AND SUBJECT TO ANNUAL BUDGETING REQUIREMENTS; AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ESTABLISH THE FUNDING SOURCES FOR THE TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PLAN AND MAKE ALL NECESSARY BUDGET TRANSFERS AT THE APPROPRIATE TIMES FOR EXECUTION OF THE TRANSIT CAPITAL PROJECTS; AND DIRECTING THAT THE CITY MANAGER PURSUE ANY STATE AND FEDERAL FUNDING THAT WILL REDUCE THE CITY'S SHARE OF ITS PARTICIPATION COSTS TO THESE TRANSIT CAPITAL PROJECTS.

7C. RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE LIST OF TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTALING APPROXIMATELY $19,767,218 AS THE LIST IN THE CITY'S CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM - COEP PROJECT PRIORITIES IN THE MPO TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEARS 2011 THROUGH 2017 UTILIZING CERTIFICATES OF OBLIGATION AND OTHER FUNDING MECHANISMS PURSUANT TO THE CITY'S DEBT MANAGEMENT POLICY, AND SUBJECT TO ANNUAL BUDGETING REQUIREMENTS; AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ESTABLISH THE FUNDING SOURCES FOR THE TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PLAN AND MAKE ALL NECESSARY BUDGET TRANSFERS AT THE APPROPRIATE TIMES FOR EXECUTION OF THE TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PROJECTS; AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO SUBMIT DOCUMENTATION TO AND COORDINATE WITH THE METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION TO MODIFY SHORT AND LONG-TERM PLANNING DOCUMENTS TO FURTHER IMPLEMENT THE TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PLAN; AND DIRECTING THAT THE CITY MANAGER PURSUE ANY STATE AND FEDERAL FUNDING THAT WILL REDUCE THE CITY'S SHARE OF ITS PARTICIPATION COSTS TO THESE TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PROJECTS.

(ALL DISTRICTS)[DEVELOPMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE, PATRICIA D. ADAUTO, (915) 541-4853]

   
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