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Call to Order

9:55 AM – Invocation Father Bill Wack, CSC, Pastor, St. Ignatius Catholic Church

Changes and Corrections

Postponed: 8,9,14-16,44

Consent Agenda

Consent Agenda: Items Pulled: Items 1-93 21,45,47,49-51

Items 4 & 5

4. Approve issuance of a rebate to Arts Apartments South Austin, LLC, for performing comprehensive energy efficiency upgrades at the Arts Apartments at South Austin located at 400 West St. Elmo Rd., Austin, Texas 78745, in an amount not to exceed $99,000.

5. Approve issuance of a rebate to Arts Apartments at Turtle Creek, LLC, for performing comprehensive energy efficiency upgrades at the Arts Apartments at the Turtle Creek located at 714 Turtle Creek Blvd., Austin, Texas 78745, in an amount not to exceed $71,500.

Item 45

Approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 13-2 relating to ground transportation passenger services.

Item 57 (Part 1 of 2)

Briefing on the Waller Creek design plan and proposed joint development agreement

Item 57 (Part 2 of 2)

Briefing on the Waller Creek design plan and proposed joint development agreement

Item 21

Authorize negotiation and execution of an amendment to a legal services contract with Scott Douglas & McConnico for services related to Chapter 245 of the Texas Local Government Code in the amount of $65,000, for a total contract amount not to exceed $121,000.

Citizen's Communications

12:00 PM - Citizen Communications: General

Kathleen Flatt - Code Compliance Dale Flatt - Code Compliance and Austin Cemeteries Michelle Monreal - Thank you for investing in Capital IDEA Ben Eynon - The City of Austin Investment & Workforce Adele Noel - Air quality Reverand Fred Krebs - The needs of working poor Rae Nadler-Olenick - Water Fluoridation Koo-Hyum Kim - Austin Citizen's Homeland Security Ronnie Reeferseed - Peace, freedom, fluoride and the ongoing kill-grid

Executive Session

Executive Session: Items 47 & 61

Zoning Consent & Postponement

Approval: 62-68, 71-73, 79

Discussion: 76

Postponed: 69&70, 74, 77, 78, 80-82

Withdrawn: 75

Item 58

Public Works and Transportation Departments briefing regarding the Rainey Street recommendations.

Item 54

Approve a resolution authorizing creation of a Public Improvement District for the Estancia Hill Country project (approximately 600 acres in southern Travis County west of IH 35 South approximately eight tenths of a mile south of the intersection of IH 35 South and Onion Creek Parkway); and authorize negotiation and execution of an agreement relating to financing certain improvements. Related to Item #53.

Item 55

Approve second and third readings of an ordinance repealing and replacing Article 11 of City Code Chapter 25-12 to adopt the 2012 International Residential Code and local amendments. THE PUBLIC HEARING FOR THIS ITEM WAS HELD AND CLOSED ON MAY 23, 2013.

Item 56

Approve second and third readings of an ordinance amending Sections 25- 12-113 and 25-12-114 relating to requirements of the Electrical Code for registration, inspection, supervision, and suspension. THE PUBLIC HEARING FOR THIS ITEM WAS HELD AND CLOSED ON MAY 23,

Items 12, 25 & 26

12. Authorize negotiation and execution of an amendment to the professional services agreement with THE BROUSSARD GROUP, INC., DBA TBG PARTNERS, A TEXAS CORPORATION, for architectural and engineering services for the Town Lake Metropolitan Park- Auditorium Shores event lawn, off-leash area and central lawn area of Town Lake Park north of Riverside Drive in the amount of $400,000, for a total contract amount not to exceed $2,982,163.35. Related to Items #25 and #26.

25. Approve an ordinance authorizing negotiation and execution of a Parkland Improvement Agreement with the Austin Parks Foundation and C3 Presents, L.L.C.to make improvements to the grounds of Auditorium Shores at Town Lake Metropolitan Park, and to participate in an event impact analysis related to this park; authorizing acceptance of a $3,500,000 donation from C3 Presents L.L.C.; amending the Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Parks and Recreation Department Operating Budget Special Revenue Fund (Ordinance No. 20120910-001) to appropriate $3,500,000; and amending the Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Parks and Recreation Department Capital Budget (Ordinance No. 20120910-002) to transfer in and appropriate $3,500,000 from the Parks and Recreation Department Operating Budget Special Revenue Fund for the Auditorium Shores improvements project located within Town Lake Metropolitan Park. Related to Items #12 and #26.

26. Approve an ordinance amending Chapter 3-4 of the City Code relating to off-leash dog areas to move the portion available at Auditorium Shores. Related to Items #12 and #25.

Austin Housing Finance Corporation

1. Approve the minutes of the April 11, 2013 Board meeting of the Austin Housing Finance Corporation.

2. Approve an increase of $1,510,000 to an existing loan to Foundation Communities, Inc. for a total loan amount not to exceed $4,660,000 for property acquisition and construction of a new 135-unit single room occupancy housing facility for homeless and low-income individuals to be located at 309 East 11th Street.

3. Authorize an increase in the amount of $1,265,000 to an existing loan to Chestnut Neighborhood Revitalization Corporation for a total loan amount not to exceed $2,640,268 for development and construction of a mixed-use development located at 1212, 1301, 1301 ½, 1305, 1309 Chicon Street, and 1807 East 13th Street to include 33 attached ownership units to be sold to low- to moderate-income buyers.

Item 47

Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to develop amendments to the City personnel policies to provide 30 days of paid parental leave to be used during Family and Medical Leave Act leave after all accrued leave is exhausted, and directing the City Manager to develop a paid leave bank for employees requiring leave for other family and personal health reasons. ( Notes: SPONSOR: Council Member William Spelman CO 1: Mayor Lee Leffingwell CO 2: Council Member Mike Martinez )

Item 48

Approve a resolution asking the City Manager to consider installing parking meters in the parking lot that serves the Butler Shores Softball Fields and surrounding streets. ( Notes: SPONSOR: Council Member Chris Riley CO 1: Council Member Mike Martinez CO 2: Mayor Pro Tem Sheryl Cole )

Items 65 & 66

65. NPA-2012-0016.01.SH - 1141 Shady Lane (thinkEAST Austin) - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending Ordinance No. 20030327-12 of the Govalle/Johnston Terrace Combined Neighborhood Plan, an element of the Imagine Austin Comprehensive Plan, to change the future land use designation on the future land use map (FLUM) on property locally known as 1411 Shady Lane and 5300 Jain Lane (Boggy Creek Watershed) from Single Family land use and Mixed Use land use to Major Planned Developments land use. Staff Recommendation: To grant Major Planned Developments land use. Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant Major Planned Development land use. Owner: thinkEAST Austin, L.P. Applicant/Agent: thinkEAST Austin Management, L.L.C. (Richard de Varga). City Staff: Maureen Meredith, 974-2695.

66. C814-2012-0128.SH thinkEAST Austin- Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending Chapter 25-2 of the Austin City Code by rezoning property locally known as 1411 Shady Lane and 5300 Jain Lane (Boggy Creek Watershed; Tannehill Branch Watershed) from limited officemixed use-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (LO-MU-CO-NP) combining district and family residence-neighborhood plan (SF-3-NP) combining district zoning to planned unit development-neighborhood plan (PUD-NP) combining district zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant planned unit development-neighborhood plan (PUD-NP) combining district zoning, with conditions. Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant planned unit development-neighborhood plan (PUD-NP) combining district zoning, with conditions.Owner/Agent: thinkEAST Austin, LP (Richard deVarga). City Staff: Heather Chaffin, 974-2122.

Item 76

C14-2013-0020 - Oak Creek Village - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending Chapter 25-2 of the Austin City Code by rezoning property locally known as 2324 Wilson Street (Bouldin Creek Watershed) from multi-family residence medium density-neighborhood plan (MF-3-NP) combining district zoning to multi-family residence-highest densityconditional overlay-neighborhood plan (MF-6-CO-NP) combining district zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant multi-family residence highest density-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (MF-6-CO-NP) combining district zoning with conditions. Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant multi-family residence-highest density-conditional overlayneighborhood plan (MF-6-CO-NP) combining district zoning with conditions. Owner: 2007 Travis Heights, LP (Rene D. Campos). Applicant/Agent: Winstead PC (John Donisi). City Staff: Lee Heckman, 974- 7604.

Items 84 & 85

84. Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 (Zoning) to create the Central Austin - University Area Zoning Overlay District in which a group residential land use is a conditional use in the multi-family residence moderate-high density (MF-4) base zoning district.

85. Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2, Subchapter C, Article 3, Division 9 (University Neighborhood Overlay District Requirements) relating to affordable housing regulations in the university neighborhood overlay (UNO) district.

Items 86 & 87

86. Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance amending City Code Chapters 8-1 and 25-6 to authorize parking utilization agreements for certain under-used parking lots on city parkland, in exchange for funding to provide significant amenities or improvements to serve the park.

87. Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 relating to the use classifications of electronic prototype assembly and electronic testing in the downtown mixed use and central business district base zoning districts.

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Proclamation 1

Certificates of Congratulations -- Bright Green Future Grant Winners -- to be presented by Mayor Lee Leffingwell and to be accepted by Lauren Maples, Shaun Hopkins and Chris Sheffield

Proclamation 3

Proclamation -- River City Youth Foundation Fathers Day Parade -- to be presented by Mayor Lee Leffingwell and to be accepted by Mona Gonzalez

Proclamation 4

Proclamation -- No Kid Hungry Summer -- to be presented by TBA and to be accepted by Katie Hardgrove

Proclamation 5

Certificates of Appreciation -- Gray Water Working Group -- to be presented by Council Member Chris Riley and to be accepted by the honorees

Item 51 (Part 1 of 2)

Approve a resolution initiating a Code amendment related to affordable housing requirements associated with development bonuses under the Planned Unit Development zoning district and directing the City Manager to process the amendment.

Item 51 (Part 2 of 2)

Approve a resolution initiating a Code amendment related to affordable housing requirements associated with development bonuses under the Planned Unit Development zoning district and directing the City Manager to process the amendment.

Item 88

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2, Subchapter E, relating to design standards and mixed use for development projects.

Item 89

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance repealing and replacing Article 1 of City Code Chapter 25-12 to adopt the 2012 International Building Code and local amendments.

Item 90

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance repealing and replacing Article 5 of City Code Chapter 25-12 to adopt the 2012 Uniform Mechanical Code and local amendments.

Item 91

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance repealing and replacing Article 12 of City Code Chapter 25-12 to adopt the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code and local amendments.

Item 92

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance repealing and replacing City Code Chapter 25-12, Article 7 to adopt the 2012 International Fire Code and local amendments.

Item 93

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance repealing and replacing Article 6 of City Code Chapter 25-12 to adopt the 2012 Uniform Plumbing Code and local amendments.

Items 49 & 50 (Part 1 of 3)

49. Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to initiate code amendments to create enhanced penalties and a rental registration program applicable to owners of residential rental property that repeatedly violate public health and safety ordinances; and supporting the Building and Standards Commission's and City prosecutor's consideration of repeat offenses when considering penalties for public health and safety violations. ( Notes: SPONSOR: Council Member William Spelman CO 1: Mayor Pro Tem Sheryl Cole )

50. Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to develop a one-year pilot registration program for residential rental properties located in certain neighborhoods and to explore the feasibility of a code amendment for enhanced fines after the first conviction of a city code violation related to property maintenance.

Items 49 & 50 (Part 2 of 3)

49. Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to initiate code amendments to create enhanced penalties and a rental registration program applicable to owners of residential rental property that repeatedly violate public health and safety ordinances; and supporting the Building and Standards Commission's and City prosecutor's consideration of repeat offenses when considering penalties for public health and safety violations. ( Notes: SPONSOR: Council Member William Spelman CO 1: Mayor Pro Tem Sheryl Cole )

50. Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to develop a one-year pilot registration program for residential rental properties located in certain neighborhoods and to explore the feasibility of a code amendment for enhanced fines after the first conviction of a city code violation related to property maintenance.

Items 49 & 50 (Part 3 of 3)

49. Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to initiate code amendments to create enhanced penalties and a rental registration program applicable to owners of residential rental property that repeatedly violate public health and safety ordinances; and supporting the Building and Standards Commission's and City prosecutor's consideration of repeat offenses when considering penalties for public health and safety violations. ( Notes: SPONSOR: Council Member William Spelman CO 1: Mayor Pro Tem Sheryl Cole )

50. Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to develop a one-year pilot registration program for residential rental properties located in certain neighborhoods and to explore the feasibility of a code amendment for enhanced fines after the first conviction of a city code violation related to property maintenance.
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