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Invocation

Invocation Rev. Sid Hall, Trinity United Methodist Church

Changes & Corrections

Changes & Corrections

Consent Agenda

Items 1-112, 150 and 151

Pulled Items: 13, 28, 66, and 67

Item 12

Authorize execution of a construction maintenance contract with AUSTIN FILTER SYSTEMS, INC. for the J. J. Seabrook Stream Restoration, Rain Garden, and Urban Trail Project in the amount of $1,729,775.45 plus a $172,977.55 contingency, for a total contract amount not to exceed $1,902,753. Related to Items #28, #66 and #67.

( Notes: This contract will be awarded in compliance with City Code Chapter 2-9A (Minority Owned and Women Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program) by meeting the goals with 15.25% MBE and 4.74% WBE subcontractor participation. )

Item 22

Approve an ordinance authorizing acceptance of $89,391 in grant funds from the TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, and amending the Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Health and Human Services Department Operating Budget Special Revenue Fund (Ordinance No. 20130909-001) to appropriate $89,391 for the delivery of basic needs, case management, employment support and preventive health services to low-income residents.

Item 23

Authorize negotiation and execution of a 12-month agreement with Huston-Tillotson University beginning on August 1, 2014 and ending on July 31, 2015, to fund an East Austin Community Health and Wellness Center, to be located on the University’s campus, and to fund staff to oversee the start-up and expansion efforts of the Center, in an amount not to exceed $250,000.

Item 24 (Part 1 of 3)

Approve an ordinance adopting the Municipal Civil Service Rules as recommended by the Municipal Civil Service Commission.

Item 24 (Part 2 of 3)

Approve an ordinance adopting the Municipal Civil Service Rules as recommended by the Municipal Civil Service Commission.

Citizens Comments

Citizen Communications: General

Cindy Dicosimo - The noise and taxes going up in my neighborhood

Susana Almanza - Equity for East Austin children & families

Nikela Bryson - Crossfit Gym noise in residential neighborhood

Chandler Gandy - Construction beginning too early in the morning

Kevin Mac Donnell - Lawsuit filed by the Austin Firefighters Union against the City Will McLeod - 1. City of Austin to work with me to repeal the bag ban 2. Project Disconnect 3. Stop the Time Warner/Comcast merger 4. TBD

Gus Peña - 1. Retain our City Manager Marc Ott. He is a good City Manager and is inclusive of all aspects. We military veterans of all branches support him. 2. Lets start working early on next years budget. Affordable housing, jobs with good liveable wages, economic development, traffic congestion issues, taxes (lower), educating our children with top quality education. 3. Hold accountable all social service agencys. Need more money to help the poor, needy, single women with children (housing, food, healthcare) 4. Please help and support our military veterans.

Leonard Gardner - Contest award of retread contract IFB 7800 LMR00007

Christopher Ringstaff - Stop the corporate subsidies

Greg Smith - City Manager's performance re: neighborhood sustainability

Executive Session

115. Evaluate the performance of and consider compensation and benefits for the City Manager (Personnel matters- Section 551.074 of the Government Code)

116.Evaluate the performance of and consider compensation and benefits for the City Auditor (Personnel matters- Section 551.074 of the Government Code)

119.Discuss legal issues related to the November 2014 election (Private consultation with legal counsel- Section 551.071 of the Government Code).

120. Discuss legal issues related to Ahmede Bradley, et al. v. Officer Eric Copeland, et al., Cause No. 1:14-cv-00212-LY, in the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division. (Private consultation with legal counsel- Section 551.071 of the Government Code).

Item 64

Approve the 2014 Austin Strategic Mobility Plan, which includes the identification of roadways of regional significance, and a locally preferred alternative for urban rail on a route from the East Riverside corridor through Downtown, the Capitol Complex, and the University of Texas to Highland/ACC.

Live Music

Chencho Flores

Proclamation 1

Installation into the Employee Memorial honoring Lt. Clay CrabbInstallation into the Employee Memorial honoring Lt. Clay Crabb, APD, APD

Proclamation 6

Proclamation -- Emma Lou Linn Day -- to be presented by Mayor Pro Tem Sheryl Cole and to be accepted by the honoree

Proclamation 2

Distinguished Service Award (retirement) -- Dr. Laurie Dries -- to be presented by Council Member Laura Morrison and to be accepted by the honoree

Proclamation 3

Proclamation -- Pre-4th of July Barrio Parade -- to be presented by Council Member Mike Martinez and to be accepted by Parade organizers

Proclamation 4

Proclamation -- Frank Phillips Day -- to be presented by Council Member Mike Martinez and to be accepted by the honoree

Item 99

Approve a resolution opposing the use of Travis County resources for implementation of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Secure Communities program, urging the Travis County Sheriff to stop complying with ICE detainers, directing the City Manager to research options to minimize or replace the City’s use of the Travis County Central Booking Facility, and directing the City Manager to send a copy of the resolution to the Travis County Judge, Commissioners, and Sheriff. ( Notes: SPONSOR: Council Member Laura Morrison CO 1: Council Member Mike Martinez CO 2: Mayor Pro Tem Sheryl Cole )

Items 12, 28, 66, & 67

12. Authorize execution of a construction maintenance contract with AUSTIN FILTER SYSTEMS, INC. for the J. J. Seabrook Stream Restoration, Rain Garden, and Urban Trail Project in the amount of $1,729,775.45 plus a $172,977.55 contingency, for a total contract amount not to exceed $1,902,753. Related to Items #28, #66 and #67. ( Notes: This contract will be awarded in compliance with City Code Chapter 2-9A (Minority Owned and Women Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program) by meeting the goals with 15.25% MBE and 4.74% WBE subcontractor participation. ) 28. Approve a resolution authorizing the negotiation and execution of all documents and instruments necessary or desirable to purchase or otherwise acquire an estimated 140 properties at high risk of flooding located outside of the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) buyout project area that will remain at risk of flooding in the 25-year floodplain within the Onion Creek Forest, Onion Creek Plantations, Yarrabee Bend, and Silverstone neighborhoods (Lower Onion Creek area) in the Onion Creek watershed, in an amount not to exceed $31,000,000. Related to Items #12, #66 and #67. 66. Approve a resolution declaring the City of Austin's official intent to reimburse itself from Certificates of Obligation to be issued for expenditures in the total amount of $35,500,000 for costs associated with the Onion Creek buyouts of single family houses in flood-prone areas and related improvements. Related to Items #12, #28 and #67. 67. Approve an ordinance amending the Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Watershed Protection Department Capital Budget (Ordinance No. 20130909-002) to increase appropriations by $35,500,000 for the buyout and demolition of single family houses in the floodplain of Onion Creek near the intersection of South Pleasant Valley Road and East William Cannon Drive. Related to Items #12, #28 and #66.

Zoning Consent & Postponement

Zoning Ordinances / Restrictive Covenants (HEARINGS CLOSED) Item 121

Zoning and Neighborhood Plan Amendments (Public Hearings and Possible Action) Items 122, & 124 - 137

Item 24 (Part 3 of 3)

Approve an ordinance adopting the Municipal Civil Service Rules as recommended by the Municipal Civil Service Commission.

Item 68

Approve appointments and certain related waivers to citizen boards and commissions, to Council subcommittees and other intergovernmental bodies and removal and replacement of members.

Item 77

Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to explore potential funding options in the Fiscal Year 2013-14 and 2014-15 budgets to allocate an additional $850,000 of one-time funds and/or provide repayment options for Phase 1 of Huston-Tillotson’s (HT) Community Health and Wellness (Center), and identify other opportunities to provide additional resources on an ongoing basis for programming at the HT Center. ( Notes: SPONSOR: Council Member Mike Martinez CO 1: Council Member Laura Morrison CO 2: Mayor Pro Tem Sheryl Cole )

Item 94

Approve a resolution directing the Commission for Women to engage with the Women's Engagement Group, a group of public stakeholders, hosted by the Central Health Board of Managers Ad Hoc Women's Health Committee, to support opportunities for dialogue on the provision of women's health services, and report back to Council with a status of the efforts. ( Notes: SPONSOR: Council Member Laura Morrison CO 1: Council Member William Spelman CO 2: Council Member Kathie Tovo )

Item 100

Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to convene community meetings to discuss development ideas for the 411 Chicon Street site and prepare analyses for Council resulting from the community meetings. ( Notes: SPONSOR: Mayor Pro Tem Sheryl Cole CO 1: Council Member Kathie Tovo CO 2: Council Member Chris Riley )

Item 102

Approve a resolution to clarify that the Council’s intent in enacting Resolution No. 20140515-024, creating a stakeholder group to advise the Council on transportation network companies, was to have members of the Urban Transportation Commission’s Transportation Network Companies Committee act as a part of the stakeholder group, and not to have the stakeholder group and the Transportation Network Companies Committee meet separately. ( Notes: SPONSOR: Council Member Kathie Tovo CO 1: Council Member Laura Morrison )

Item 113

Approve third reading of an ordinance and consider amending sections of City Code Chapters 25-1, 25-2, 25-5, 25-7 and 25-8 relating to Lake Austin (LA) District zoning regulations and general regulations for boat dock and shoreline development. (THE PUBLIC HEARING FOR THIS ITEM WAS HELD AND CLOSED ON MAY 15, 2014.). Related to Item #114

Item 114

Approve third reading of an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 to create a Lake Austin (LA) district zoning overlay extending environmental protections from the LA base zoning district to certain properties within 1,000 feet of Lake Austin. (THE PUBLIC HEARING FOR THIS ITEM WAS HELD AND CLOSED ON MAY 15, 2014.) Related to Item #113

Item 123

C14-2014-0023 – 1826 Oak Hill Med, LLC – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as 8515 FM 1826 Road (Williamson Creek Watershed-Barton Springs Zone) from limited office-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (LO-CO-NP) combining district zoning for Tract 1 and single family residence-standard lot-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (SF-2-CO-NP) combining district zoning for Tract 2, to limited office-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (LO-CO-NP) combining district zoning for Tracts 1 and 2. Staff Recommendation: To grant limited office-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (LO-CO-NP) combining district zoning for Tracts 1 and 2. Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant limited office-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (LO-CO-NP) combining district zoning for Tracts 1 and 2, with conditions. Owner/Applicant: Oak Hill Med, LLC (John Giries). Agent: Consort, Inc. (Ben Turner). City Staff: Wendy Rhoades, 512-974-7719.

Items 138 & 139

138. CD-2014-0010 – Presentation and discussion of development assessment of the Austin Oaks Planned Unit Development, located at the southwest corner of Spicewood Springs Road and Mopac Expressway (3409, 3420, 3429, 3445, 3520, 3636, 3701, 3721, 3724, and 3737 Executive Center Drive and 7601, 7718, and 7719 Wood Hollow Drive) within the Shoal Creek Watershed. 139. CD-2014-0005.SH - Presentation and discussion of development assessment of the Colony Park Sustainable Community Initiative Planned Unit Development, located at Loyola Lane and Wentworth Drive, within the Walnut Creek Watershed - Desired Development Zone.

Item 140

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance regarding CenterPoint Energy's proposal to increase customer gas rates.

Item 141

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance regarding floodplain variances for the construction of a new single-family residence and a second dwelling at 5505 Jim Hogg Avenue as requested by the owner of the property. The property is partially in the 25-year floodplain and entirely in the 100-year floodplain of the Hancock Branch of Shoal Creek.

Item 142

Conduct a public hearing to receive citizen comments on the City’s Draft Five Year Consolidated Plan for Fiscal Years 2014-2019, Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2014-2015, and the Community Development 2014-2015 Program.

Items 143 & 144

143. Conduct a public hearing and consider an appeal regarding the decision to issue an outdoor music venue permit to Ski Shores Café at 2905 Pearce Road.

144. Conduct a public hearing and consider an appeal of the Waterfront Planning Advisory Board’s denial of a request to increase the allowable impervious cover for 1106 Lambie St. from 40% to 55%.

Item 145

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 related to the mobile retail sale of goods and services

Item 146

Conduct a public hearing and consider a resolution to expand the Austin Downtown Public Improvement District by adding one parcel as requested by the property owner

Item 147

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance regarding floodplain variances for construction of a mixed-use building and associated parking at 718 W. 5th Street (known as 5th and West) within the 25-year and 100-year floodplains of Shoal Creek.

Item 148

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance naming the parkland located at 3000 Del Curto Road.

Item 149

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance adopting the Urban Trails Master Plan.

Item 152

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance approving a Project Consent Agreement under City Code Section 25-1-544 to allow construction of a single-family residential development at 5816 Harper Park Drive in the East Oak Hill Neighborhood Planning Area; waiving strict compliance with Chapter 25-8 and Section 25-1-132; and adopting a site-specific amendment to the Save Our Springs Initiative. This action concerns land located in the Barton Springs zone.
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