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Intro and Consent Agenda

Invocation Father Tom Frank, Pastor, San Jose Catholic Church Consent Agenda Items 1, 4-15, 17-18, 23-30, 34-36, 38-50

Item 3

Approve an ordinance amending Section 4-9-8 (Inspection and Certification) of the City Code relating to the certification of applications for alcoholic beverage permits and licenses.

Item 49

Set a public hearing to consider an appeal of the Zoning and Platting Commission’s decision to deny a Conditional Use Site Plan application for a Hospital Services General (Jefferson Rehabilitation Hospital), located at 1600 W. 38th Street (Suggested date and time: May 13, 2010, 4:00 p.m. at Austin City Hall, 301 W. Second Street, Austin, TX).

Item 19

Approve a settlement related to Cause No. C-1-CV-09-011037; Adam T. Rabinowitz and Sarah L. Evascu. v. City of Austin, County Court at Law No. 1, Travis County, Texas.

Item 20

Approve naming of the .219 acres (9,548 sq.ft. triangular median) of parkland at the confluence of South First and Cesar Chavez Streets just south of Austin City Hall. There is no unanticipated fiscal impact. A fiscal note is not required.

Items 21-22

21. Authorize negotiation and execution of an amendment to Interlocal agreements with Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority (“Capital Metro”) relating to regional mobility and transportation projects to authorize modification of the project list through an administrative process and establish annual funding amounts. Funding is available in the Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Capital Budget of the Public Works and Transportation Departments. 22. Authorize negotiation and execution of an amendment to the interlocal agreements with Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority (“Capital Metro”) relating to regional mobility and transportation projects to modify the manner by which Capital Metro will reimburse the City for the construction of transportation projects. See attached fiscal analysis.

Item 31

Authorize award and execution of a 36-month supply contract with LAUREN CONCRETE, LP, Round Rock, Texas, for ready mix concrete and mortar mix in an estimated amount not to exceed $867,180, with three 12-month extension options in an amount not to exceed $289,060 for each extension option, for a total estimated contract amount not to exceed $1,734,360. Funding in the amount of $20,834 is available in the Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Operating Budget of the Watershed Protection Department. Funding in the amount of $99,608 is available in the Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Operating Budget of Public Works. Funding for the remaining thirty one months of the original contract period and the extension options is contingent upon available funding in future budgets. Lowest bid of four bids received. This contract will be awarded in compliance with Chapter 2-9C of the City Code (Minority Owned and Women Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program). No subcontracting opportunities were identified; therefore, no goals were established for this solicitation.

Item 2 (Part 1 of 3)

Approve the proposed Austin Energy Resource, Generation, and Climate Protection Plan. Recommended by the Electric Utility Commission, the Resource Management Commission, and the Austin Generation Resource Planning Task Force.

Item 2 (Part 2 of 3)

Approve the proposed Austin Energy Resource, Generation, and Climate Protection Plan. Recommended by the Electric Utility Commission, the Resource Management Commission, and the Austin Generation Resource Planning Task Force.

Citizen Communications

Walter Olenick – Water fluoridation Christopher Ringstaff – City arborist and the death of a heritage oak tree Kenneth Lewis – Statute of limitations pertaining to the City Charter Essie Barnes – Wrongful violations of people going to prison Melanie Wilmoth - Lack of resources for women who are homeless Wayne Hensley – Public works and parking issues Brandon Slaughter – Downtown parking Ronnie Reeferseed – Peace and freedom generally speaking Rae Nadler-Olenick- Water Fluoridation Gus Peña – City issues

Executive Session

Discuss legal issues regarding Lions Municipal Golf Course and the University of Texas land known as the Brackenridge Tract. (Private Consultation with Attorney - Section 551.071).

Item 2 (Part 3 of 3)

Approve the proposed Austin Energy Resource, Generation, and Climate Protection Plan. Recommended by the Electric Utility Commission, the Resource Management Commission, and the Austin Generation Resource Planning Task Force.

Item 32

Approve an ordinance on first reading only to renew the Austin Cab I, Incorporated d.b.a. Austin Cab taxicab franchise. Revenue source – taxicab permit fee of $400 per year per permit. Expected annual revenue, $63,600. Recommended by the Urban Transportation Commission.

Item 33

Approve an ordinance on first reading only to renew the Greater Austin Transportation Company d.b.a. Yellow Cab Company taxicab franchise. Revenue source – taxicab permit fee of $400 per year per permit. Expected annual revenue, $182,000. Recommended by the Urban Transportation Commission.

Item 37

Approve a resolution creating the Hispanic/Latino Community Oversight Team and appointing members. (Mayor Pro Tem Mike Martinez Mayor Lee Leffingwell Council Member Sheryl Cole)

Zoning Ordinances

Zoning and Neighborhood Plan Amendments Items 52, 54-57

Item 53

C14-2009-0151 – East Block – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending Chapter 25-2 of the Austin City Code by rezoning property locally known as 835 West 6th Street (Town Lake watershed) from downtown mixed use (DMU) district zoning to downtown mixed use–central urban redevelopment (DMU-CURE) combining district zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant downtown mixed use (DMU) district zoning. Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant downtown mixed use-central urban redevelopment (DMU-CURE) combining district zoning. Applicant: Schlosser Development Corp. (David Vitanza) . Agent: Alice Glasco Consulting (Alice Glasco). City Staff: Stephen Rye 974-7604.

Item 58

Conduct a public hearing and approve a resolution authorizing the use of approximately 13,780 square feet permanent wastewater line, approximately 35,982 square feet temporary working space, to construct, use, maintain, repair, and replace a wastewater line for construction of a portion of the Seaholm Wastewater Modifications Project through dedicated parkland known as Town Lake Shoal Beach and Shoal Creek Greenbelt, in accordance with Sec. 26.001 et seq. of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Code. All costs associated with construction, as well as any parkland restoration will be paid by requester. Recommended by the Parks and Recreation Board.

Live Music & Proclamations

Live Music Cheyenne Proclamations Environmental Awareness Awards -- to be presented by Mayor Lee Leffingwell and to be accepted by the honorees Proclamation -- One Green Step Campaign -- to be presented by Mayor Lee Leffingwell and to be accepted by Rebecca Hays Proclamation -- Hill Country Conservancy Earth Day -- to be presented by Mayor Lee Leffingwell and to be accepted by HCC representatives Proclamation -- CARY Youth Violence Prevention Week -- to be presented by Mayor Lee Leffingwell and to be accepted by Adrian Moore Proclamation -- National Infant Immunization Week -- to be presented by Council Member Randi Shade and to be accepted by David Lurie and Coleen Christian Proclamation -- Dedication Ceremony for the Historic Texas Cemetery Marker at Austin Memorial Park -- to be presented by Council Member Randi Shade and to be accepted by Sharon Blythe
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