C I T Y  C O U N C I L


1520 K Avenue, Plano, Texas 75074

Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chamber


DATE:  October 22, 2018

 

TIME:   7:00 PM

 

CALL TO ORDER
INVOCATION: Sr. Pastor Sam Fenceroy - Mt. Olive Church Plano
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE / TEXAS PLEDGE: Girl Scout Daisy Troop 4583 - Shepard and Sigler Elementary Schools

OUR MISSION - THE CITY OF PLANO IS A REGIONAL AND NATIONAL LEADER, PROVIDING OUTSTANDING SERVICES AND FACILITIES THROUGH COOPERATIVE EFFORTS THAT ENGAGE OUR CITIZENS AND THAT CONTRIBUTE TO THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN OUR COMMUNITY.

 

The City Council may convene into Executive Session to discuss posted items in the regular meeting as allowed by law. 

PROCLAMATIONS AND SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS
VIDEO

Presentation:  Atmos Energy is presenting a $2500 donation to Plano Fire-Rescue. Presented

VIDEOPresentation:  Plano has received the 2018 Bronze DFW Clean Cities Outstanding Fleet Recognition.  Presented
VIDEO

Presentation:  The Plano Public Works Department has received Full Re-Accreditation from the American Public Works Association. Presented

VIDEOPresentation:  Plano has received the Texas Chapter American Planning Association Planning Excellence Recognition. Presented
VIDEO

Presentation:  The EPA is honoring the City of Plano as WaterSense Promotional Partner of the Year. Presented

VIDEO

Proclamation:  October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Presented 

 

 

 

 

CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION
VIDEO

Animal Shelter Advisory Committee
Lisa Ann Moore

Cultural Affairs Commission
Sharon Hirsch

Heritage Commission
John Brooks

Craig Perry

Library Advisory Board
Irma Landis
Allen H. Mesch
Jill Rashdi

Parks and Recreation Planning Board
Richard Horne

Photographic Traffic Signal Advisory Committee
Akram N. Syed

Planning and Zoning Commission
Tim Moore

Senior Advisory Board
Donna Bening
Ronald Silvis

 

VIDEOCOMMENTS OF PUBLIC INTEREST

This portion of the meeting is to allow up to five (5) minutes per speaker with thirty (30) total minutes on items of interest or concern and not on items that are on the current agenda. The Council may not discuss these items, but may respond with factual or policy information. The Council may choose to place the item on a future agenda.

VIDEOCONSENT AGENDA

The Consent Agenda will be acted upon in one motion and contains items which are routine and typically noncontroversial.  Items may be removed from this agenda for individual discussion by a Council Member, the City Manager or any citizen.  Citizens are limited to two (2) items and discussion time of three (3) minutes each.

Approval of Minutes
VIDEO(a)

October 8, 2018 Approved with amendment

 

Approval of Expenditures
Award/Rejection of Bid/Proposal: (Purchase of products/services through formal procurement process by this agency)
(b)

RFB No. 2018-0279-C for a one (1) year contract with four (4) City optional renewals for Pet Licensing for Animal Services to PetData, Inc. in the estimated annual amount of $55,622; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. Approved

(c)RFQ No. 2018-0134-B for the Oak Point Recreation Center Outdoor Aquatic Facility Master Plan, Project No. 7034, for Parks and Recreation to Weston & Sampson Engineers, Inc. in the amount of $108,500; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. Approved
(d)RFB No. 2018-0558-B for the Fire Station 2 Bay Door Replacement to IWC Texas, LLC in the amount of $124,750; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. Approved
Purchase from an Existing Contract
(e)To approve the purchase of Palo Alto Firewall Maintenance for a one (1) year contract for Technology Services in the amount of $83,479 from Solid Border, Inc. through an existing contract; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (DIR-TSO-4095) Approved
(f)

To approve the purchase of VISTA XLT Wearable Cameras for the Police Department in the amount of $195,365 from WatchGuard Video through an existing contract; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.  (Texas Department of Information Resources Contract No.  DIR-TSO-4163) Approved

Approval of Change Order
(g)

To approve an increase to the current awarded contract amount of $2,310,212 by $59,238 for a total contract amount of $2,369,450 for the Plano Transit Village Veloweb, Project No. 5435.4, to 2L Construction Company, LLC; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.  (Contract No. 2017-0338-B, Change Order No. 1) Approved

Approval of Expenditure
(h)To approve an expenditure for professional services for Median Improvements 2018 - Tennyson Parkway, K Avenue and Legacy Drive, Project No. 7022, in the estimated amount of $54,800 from Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.  Approved
(i)

To approve an expenditure in the amount of $175,000 for a grant of hotel-motel tax revenues to USA Softball DFW, Inc. for hosting the USA Softball 2019 18U and 16U Gold Nationals softball tournament; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.  Approved

 

 

 

(j)To approve an expenditure for engineering design related services in the amount of $155,100 from Burgess & Niple, Inc. for Valley Creek Drive and Arborcove Drive Paving and Water Improvements - Project No. 7041; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. Approved
(k)

To approve an expenditure for engineering design related services in the amount of $304,875 from White Hawk Engineering & Design, LLC for Screening Wall Replacement - Independence Parkway - Project No. 7028; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. Approved

 

Approval of Contract / Agreement
(l)

To approve an Economic Development Incentive Agreement between the City of Plano, Texas, and Visual BI Solutions, Inc., a Texas corporation (“Company”), providing an economic development grant to the Company; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. Approved

(m)

To approve an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between the City of Plano and Denton ISD for Adult Education and Literacy Services at Plano Public Library; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents.  Approved

(n)To approve an Interlocal Agreement between the City of Plano and City of Frisco to jointly provide a homebuyer educational class for households attempting to purchase homes within each City’s territorial jurisdiction; designating the City Manager as Chief Executive Officer and authorized representative of the City for the purpose of executing the agreement; and providing an effective date. Approved
(o)

To approve an Interlocal Agreement between the City of Plano and City of Lewisville to jointly provide a homebuyer educational class for households attempting to purchase homes within each City’s territorial jurisdiction; designating the City Manager as Chief Executive Officer and authorized representative of the City for the purpose of executing the agreement; and providing an effective date.  Approved

 

Adoption of Resolutions
(p)

Resolution No. 2018-10-8(R): To support Census Programs, Surveys, and Other Critical Preparations for Accurate Enumeration in the 2020 Census; and providing an effective date. Adopted

VIDEO(q)Resolution No. 2018-10-12(R): To approve the issuance of revenue bonds in a principal amount not to exceed $65,000,000 to be issued by the New Hope Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation for a residential senior living project, to be known as the Bridgemoor Plano Apartments, located near 14th Street and Park Vista Road, in Plano; and declaring an effective date.  Adopted
VIDEO(r)

Resolution No. 2018-10-13(R): To adopt the 2019 Legislative Program for the City of Plano, Texas; directing the City Manager or his designee to act with regard to the City's 2019 Legislative Program; and providing an effective date. Adopted

 

Adoption of Ordinances
(s)

Ordinance No. 2018-10-9: To amend the Future Land Use Map, Growth and Change Map, Park Master Plan Map, and Bicycle Transportation Map of the Comprehensive Plan, originally adopted by Ordinance No. 2015-10-9, related to the 2018 update of the Park Master Plan, and to amend the Growth and Change Map of the Comprehensive Plan, originally adopted by Ordinance No. 2015-10-9, to reflect development that has already occurred within the City of Plano, Texas; and providing an effective date.  Comprehensive Plan Amendment  2018-001. Adopted

(t)Ordinance No. 2018-10-10: To transfer the sum of $175,000 from the Convention & Tourism Fund Unappropriated fund balance to the Convention & Tourism Operating Appropriation for fiscal year 2018-19 for the purpose of providing funding for the USA Softball 18U and 16U Gold National Tournament, amending the Budget of the City adopted by Ordinance No. 2018-9-9, specifically Section 1, Item “H”, to reflect the actions taken herein; declaring this action to be a case of public necessity; and providing an effective date.  Adopted
(u)

Ordinance No. 2018-10-11: To amend Section 12-102 of Article V, Chapter 12, Motor Vehicles and Traffic, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Plano, Texas to prohibit stopping, standing, or parking of motor vehicles on certain sections of Springhurst Drive and to establish 2-hour parking zones on certain sections of Tigua Drive, within the city limits of the City of Plano; and providing a penalty clause, a repealer clause, a severability clause, a savings clause, a publication clause, and an effective date. Adopted

 

ITEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION:

Public Hearing Items:

 

Applicants are limited to fifteen (15) minutes presentation time with a five (5) minute rebuttal, if needed. Remaining speakers are limited to thirty (30) total minutes of testimony time, with three (3) minutes assigned per speaker. The presiding officer may extend these times as deemed necessary.

 

Non-Public Hearing Items:

 

The Presiding Officer may permit limited public comment for items on the agenda not posted for a Public Hearing. The Presiding Officer will establish time limits based upon the number of speaker requests, length of the agenda, and to ensure meeting efficiency, and may include a cumulative time limit. Speakers will be called in the order cards are received until the cumulative time is exhausted.

VIDEO(1)

Public Hearing and consideration of a request to waive the fifty (50) foot maximum height requirement for the construction of a flagpole, as required by Code of Ordinances Chapter 6, Article XII, Division 6, Section 6-501(a), to allow a flagpole to exceed the fifty (50) foot height requirement by 52.5 feet for an overall height of 102.5 feet to be located at 3033 West Presidential George Bush Hwy, Plano, Texas.  Applicant:  Champion Partners Conducted and approved

 

VIDEO(2)

Public Hearing and adoption of Ordinance No. 2018-10-14 as requested in Zoning Case 2018-004 to amend the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the City, Ordinance No. 2015-5-2, as heretofore amended, granting Specific Use Permit No. 83 for Recreational Vehicle Sales and Service on 13.2 acres of land located at the northwest corner of U.S. Highway 75 and State Highway 190, in the City of Plano, Collin County, Texas, presently zoned Corridor Commercial and located within the 190 Tollway/Plano Parkway Overlay District; directing a change accordingly in the official zoning map of the City; and providing a penalty clause, a repealer clause, a savings clause, a severability clause, a publication clause, and an effective date. Applicant: Pitman Partners, LTD., North Texas Municipal Water District, and City of Plano Conducted and adopted

VIDEO(3)

Public Hearing and consideration of an Ordinance as requested in Zoning Case 2018-019 to waive the 300-foot distance separation from arcade use to the residential zoning district, and to amend the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the City, Ordinance No. 2015-5-2, as heretofore amended, granting Specific Use Permit No. 84 for Arcade on 0.1 acre located 570 feet west of Custer Road and 810 feet south of 15th Street in the City of Plano, Collin County, Texas, presently zoned Planned Development-79-Retail; directing a change accordingly in the official zoning map of the City; and providing a penalty clause, a repealer clause, a savings clause, a severability clause, a publication clause, and an effective date.  Applicant: Asian New Century Square, LLC  Conducted and denied

VIDEO(4)

Consideration of changing the name of the Senior Recreation Center, located in Harrington Park at 401 West 16th Street, Plano, Texas 75075, to Sam Johnson Recreation Center with the tag line For Adults 50+. Approved

Municipal Center is wheelchair accessible.  A sloped curb entry is available at the main entrance facing Municipal/L Avenue, with specially marked parking spaces nearby.  Access and special parking are also available on the north side of the building.  The Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers is accessible by elevator to the lower level.  Requests for sign interpreters or special services must be received forty-eight (48) hours prior to the meeting time by calling the City Secretary at 972-941-7120.