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Call to Order

9:55 AM – Invocation

Memorial Day invocation by Major Jeremy Stirm, Operations Chaplain, Texas National Guard;

Proclamation

Memorial Day proclamation - Presented by Mayor Steve Adler to Tommy Nolley

10:00 AM – City Council Convenes

Consent Agenda

Consent Items 1 - 10, 14 - 25, 27, 28, 33, 34, 38, 40, 43 - 48

Pulled Items 11, 12, 13, 26, 30, 31, 32, 36, 37, 41, 42

Postponed Items 29, 35, 39,

Item 41

Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to identify strategies to support companies seeking to expand an existing or new business to meet the demand for transportation options. ( Notes: SPONSOR: Mayor Pro Tem Kathie Tovo CO 1: Council Member Leslie Pool CO 2: Mayor Steve Adler CO 3: Council Member Ora Houston )

Items 12 & 13

12. Approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 9-2 relating to requirements for non-peak hour concrete installation within portions of the Central Business District and Public zoning districts. Related to Item #13.

13. Approve an ordinance extending the expiration date of Ordinance No. 20141120-056 relating to requirements for non-peak hour concrete installation within portions of the Central Business District and Public zoning districts. Related to Item #12.

Item 11 (Part 1 of 2)

Approve an ordinance amending the Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Budget Stabilization Reserve Fund Operating Budget (Ordinance No. 20150908-001) to transfer out $418,000 to the General Fund; and amending the General Fund Operating Budget (Ordinance No. 20150908-001) to transfer in $418,000 from the Budget Stabilization Reserve Fund Operating Budget (Ordinance No. 20150908-001); and to appropriate $418,000 to increase expenditures in the Parks and Recreation Department Operating Budget (Ordinance No. 20150908-001) to hire temporary and seasonal staff for the 2016 summer swim season.

Citizen Communications: General

12:00 PM - Citizen Communications: General

Gus Peña -

1) Memorial Day May 30th, 2016 is the day we remember all military veterans who died in combat defending our country and other countries freedom, safety, and democracy.

2) I especially want people to remember Toby Rodriquez, Wiley Guerrero, Booker Lofton, and especially my good friend and classmate at Zavala Elementary, Allan Jr. High, Johnston High Alex Quiroz who was the last infantry man (Army) to die in Vietnam. They gave it their all. I miss you my friends. I will never let people forget about your courage and service to our country.

3) You civilians will have the day off. A lot of us veterans won't. Let our country U.S.A. never forget our heroes United States Marines, Army, Navy, Air Force, National Guard especially our female veterans who died in combat.

Paul Robbins - City and Budget issues.

Norman Jacobson - Drug labeling laws being violated by Coca-Cola.

CAROLANNEROSE KENNEDY -

#1) TAXI DRIVEN.

#2) SICK AND DYING AUSTIN HOMELESS HUMEN REGARDING BURIAL OPTIONS.

#3) "there's 50 ways to leave your lover... BUTT: there's 51,000 ways to run them off..."

Will McKinney - TBD.

Will Moore - TBD.

Elizabeth McGreevy - The Better Way for Our Trees: an addendum to the revised city water plan.

Bill Oakey - Proposal for master list, with total cost and prioritization, of all active City plans.

Andrew Garcia - An art project.

Michael Polacheck - Transportation Networks.

Item 51

Update from the Flood Mitigation Task Force.

Item 50

C14-2016-0027 – WhichCraft Beer Store – Approve second and third readings of an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as 2110 South Lamar Boulevard, Suite F (West Bouldin Creek Watershed) from general commercial services (CS) district zoning to commercial-liquor sales (CS-1) district zoning. First Reading approved on May 12, 2016. Vote 11-0. Applicant: City of Austin. Owner: Charles Tames. City Staff: Andrew Moore, 512-974-7604.

Item 26

Authorize negotiation and execution of a 12-month contract through the GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION cooperative purchasing program with GENERAL SALES ADMINISTRATION, INC. DBA MAJOR POLICE SUPPLY to provide the Vigilant Solutions Automatic License Plate Recognition System in an amount not to exceed $350,000, with five 12-month extension options in an amount not to exceed $110,000 per extension option, for a total contract amount not to exceed $900,000. ( Notes: This contract will be awarded in compliance with City Code Chapter 2-9D Minority Owned and Women Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program through the achievement of good faith efforts. )

Items 30 & 31

30. Authorize negotiation and execution of a 60-month contract with TASER INTERNATIONAL, or one of the other qualified offerors to Request For Proposals EAD0124, to provide body worn cameras in an amount not to exceed $9,428,236, with two 12-month extension options in an amount not to exceed $1,225,179 for the first extension option, and $1,547,811 for the second extension option, for a total contract amount not to exceed $12,201,226. Related to Item #31. ( Notes: This solicitation was reviewed for subcontracting opportunities in accordance with City Code Chapter 2-9C Minority Owned and Women Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program. For the goods and services required for this solicitation, there were insufficient subcontracting opportunities and an insufficient number of certified M/WBEs; therefore, no subcontracting goals were established. )

31. Authorize negotiation and execution of a 60-month contract through the TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION RESOURCES cooperative program with AT&T, for the purchase of smartphones and wireless phone services to enhance the functionality of body worn cameras in an amount not to exceed $5,029,200. Related to Item #30. ( Notes: This contract was reviewed for subcontracting opportunities in accordance with City Code Chapter 2-9C Minority Owned and Women Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program. For the goods and services required, there were insufficient subcontracting opportunities and an insufficient number of certified M/WBEs; therefore, no subcontracting goals were established. )

Item 11 (Part 2 of 2)

Approve an ordinance amending the Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Budget Stabilization Reserve Fund Operating Budget (Ordinance No. 20150908-001) to transfer out $418,000 to the General Fund; and amending the General Fund Operating Budget (Ordinance No. 20150908-001) to transfer in $418,000 from the Budget Stabilization Reserve Fund Operating Budget (Ordinance No. 20150908-001); and to appropriate $418,000 to increase expenditures in the Parks and Recreation Department Operating Budget (Ordinance No. 20150908-001) to hire temporary and seasonal staff for the 2016 summer swim season.

Item 32

Authorize negotiation and execution of a contract with RAFTELIS FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS, INC. to conduct a comprehensive cost of service rate study in an amount not to exceed $494,474. ( Notes: This contract will be awarded in compliance with City Code Chapter 2-9C Minority Owned and Women Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program through the achievement of good faith efforts with 6.40% WBE participation. )

Item 37

Approve an ordinance on first reading granting a taxicab franchise to ATX Coop Taxi.

Item 42

Approve a resolution providing additional direction to the City Manager with respect to the management of the Housing Trust Fund. ( Notes: SPONSOR: Mayor Pro Tem Kathie Tovo CO 1: Council Member Gregorio Casar CO 2: Council Member Sabino "Pio" Renteria CO 3: Council Member Leslie Pool CO 4: Council Member Ora Houston )

Item 49

Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to adopt and implement the Vision Zero Action Plan, which is focused on reducing fatal and serious injury crashes in the City, and provide future reports to Council with analysis of additional resources needed and steps taken to implement the Vision Zero Action Plan. ( Notes: Mobility Committee )

Item 55

Conduct a public hearing and consider a request by Andy Oliver, agent for Torchy’s Tacos, located at 1822 S. Congress Ave., for a waiver of the distance requirement of City Code Section 4-9-4(A), which requires a minimum of 300 feet between a business that sells alcoholic beverages and a public school. (District 9).

Live Music

Live Music - The Potholes

Proclamation 1

Public Works Week – To be presented by Mayor Steve Adler and to be accepted by TBA

Proclamation 2

Small Business Program / UT Graduation – Business Success Skills Certificate – To be presented by Mayor Steve Adler and to be accepted by TBA and graduates of the Business Skills Success program

Proclamation 3

Camp Fire Central Texas 50th anniversary – To be presented by Council Member Leslie Pool and to be accepted by Barbara Dunnam, Executive Director, Camp Fire Central Texas

Proclamation 4

CWO 30th anniversary – To be presented by Mayor Steve Adler and to be accepted by Joe Pantalion, Director, Watershed Protection Department

Proclamation 5

EMS Week – To be presented by Mayor Steve Adler and to be accepted by TBA

Proclamation 6

Meditation Month – To be presented by Mayor Steve Adler and to be accepted by Cathy Bonner, Lauren Foreman and Joene Grissom

Additional Proclamations

Additional Proclamations

Item 53

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance regarding ATMOS Energy Corporation's proposal to increase customers' gas rates.

Item 56

Conduct a public hearing and consider a request by Thrower Design (Ron Thrower), agent for Lone Star Pizza Garden Inc. (dba Austin Pizza Garden), located at 6266 W. U.S. Hwy. 290, for a waiver from the distance requirement of City Code Section 4-9-4(A), which requires a minimum of 300 feet between a business that sells alcoholic beverages and a public school. (District 8).

Item 57

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance to amend the City Code Title 25 relating to approval of special exceptions by the Board of Adjustment.

Item 58

Conduct a public hearing and consider a resolution for the use of dedicated parkland in Williamson County, commonly referred to as Lake Creek Park and Lake Creek Trail Park, located in the Austin extraterritorial jurisdiction, west of Parmer Lane near the intersection of Parmer Lane and Sage Grouse Drive, in Williamson County, Texas, for approximately 9,961 square feet of permanent wastewater line use, approximately 452 square feet of subterranean utility use, approximately 1,747 square feet of public utility use, and approximately 21,947 square feet of temporary working space use, for the construction, use, maintenance, repair and replacement of wastewater facilities for the Parmer Lane Interceptor Project, in accordance with Chapter 26 of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Code

Item 59

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 related to the multifamily residence highest density (MF-6) district zoning regulations.

Adjourn
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