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CITY OF BAYTOWN
  NOTICE OF MEETING
 
CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING
THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 2020
6:30 P.M.
COUNCIL CHAMBER, CITY HALL
2401 MARKET STREET, BAYTOWN, TEXAS 77520


Due to the COVID 19 Disaster and the CDC's recommendation regarding social distancing measures, the public may not be allowed to be physically present at this meeting, as there is a limited amount of space when maintaining the required 6-feet separation from others.

For those members of the public that cannot or do not wish to be physically present at the meeting, they will be able to participate through two-way communications.  For video conferencing, use the following website www.zoom.com, click on "join a meeting" on the top right hand corner, and input the following Meeting ID: 848 9253 3345.  For telephone conferencing please use the following toll-free number: 1-888-788-0099, Meeting ID: 848 9253 3345.  Any person, who is participating through video/teleconferencing and is interested in speaking on any item on the agenda, must submit his/her request via email to the City Clerk at [email protected].  The request must include the speaker's name, address, and phone number that will be used if teleconferencing as well as the agenda item number.  The request must be received prior to the posted time of the meeting.

The agenda packet is accessible to the public in both HTML and PDF formats at the following link: https://www.baytown.org/city-hall/city-clerk/agendas-minutes.  City Council Meetings are broadcast on the City's Municipal Channel, Channel 16 and on the website at: https://www.baytown.org/city-hall/public-affairs/baytown-tv-public-service-announcements.  After the meeting, a video recording of this meeting will be made available to the public at https://www.baytown.org/city-hall/city-clerk/agendas-minutes.
 
For more information or questions concerning the teleconference, please contact the Office of the City Clerk at 281-420-6504.  
 
AGENDA
 
CALL TO ORDER AND ANNOUNCEMENT OF QUORUM

PLEDGE AND INVOCATION

Council Member Heather Betancourth, District No. Four
 
 
             
1. RECOGNITIONS AND CITIZEN COMMUNICATIONS
 
a.   Recognize City of Baytown Employees for their Years of Service.
 
2. GATEWAY 10 BUSINESS PARK
 
a.   Consider an ordinance approving the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Gateway 10 Business Park, located on the southwest corner of Interstate Highway 10 and Sjolander Road.
 
b.   Consider a resolution granting consent to the inclusion of 58.71 acres, being Tract 1K, Abstract 954, A Smith Survey, Harris County, Texas, into Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 473.
 
c.   Consider an ordinance authorizing the Second Amendment to the Utility Functions and Services Allocation Agreement with Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 473.
 
d.   Consider an ordinance amending the City of Baytown's official zoning map to rezone approximately 42.06 acres of a 58.7 acre tract, located on the southwest corner of Interstate Highway 10 and Sjolander Road, legally described as Tract 1K, Abstract 954, A Smith, Harris County, Texas, from an Open Space/Recreation (OR) Zoning District to a Light Industrial (LI) Zoning District.
 
3. CITY OF BAYTOWN NOVEMBER 3, 2020, MUNICIPAL ELECTION
 
a.   Consider an ordinance calling the City of Baytown Municipal Election to be held on November 3, 2020, for the purpose of electing three Council Members from Single-Member District Nos. 4, 5 and 6.
 
b.   Consider an ordinance authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute a Joint Election Agreement with Harris County, Texas, for the Municipal Election to be held on November 3, 2020.
 
c.   Consider an ordinance authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute a Joint Election Agreement with Chambers County, Texas, for the Municipal Election to be held on November 3, 2020.
 
4.    CITY OF BAYTOWN BURGLAR / FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS AND CODE
 
a.   Consider an ordinance amending Chapter 2 "Administration," Article V "Finance," Division 1 "Generally," Section 2-595 "Fees for various city services" and Chapter 30 "Emergency Services," Article II "Alarm Systems," Division 2 "Permit" Section 30-27 "Application" and Division 3 "Regulations," Section 30-38 "Service fee for false alarm" of the Code of Ordinances, Baytown, Texas, to update the fees for alarm permits and false alarms.
 
b.   Consider an ordinance authorizing an Alarm Program Administration and Collection Services Agreement with PM AM Corporation for the administration of the City of Baytown's Alarm System Permit and related collection services.
 
5.    PROPOSED ORDINANCES
 
a.   Consider an ordinance amending Chapter 90 "Taxation," Article II "Ad Valorem Taxes," Section 90-27 "Exemptions," Subsections (a) "Disabled adults" and (b) "Adults 65 years or older" of the Code of Ordinances, City of Baytown, Texas to (i) increase the exemption from taxation for disabled adults to $60,000 and (ii) to increase the exemption from taxation for adults sixty-five (65) years or older to $60,000, for residential homesteads.
 
b.  
Consider an ordinance authorizing an emergency expenditure as an amendment to the Fiscal Year 2019-20 budget due to unforeseen expenditures necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
c.   Consider awarding a construction contract to Angel Brothers Ltd, for the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery-funded South Main St Drainage Improvements Project.
 
6.    SPECIAL DISTRICT BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 2020-21
 
a.   Receive the Fiscal Year 2020-21 Budget for the Baytown Fire Control, Prevention, and Emergency Medical Services District.
 
7.    CONSENT
All Consent Agenda items listed are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Council Member requests, in which event the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered in its normal sequence on the agenda.
 
a.   Consider an ordinance authorizing acceptance, closeout and release of retainage to Angel Brothers Enterprises, LTD, for the Hunt Road Expansion East of Garth to N. Main St. and Hunt Road West from San Jacinto Blvd. to John Martin Road Project.
 
b.   Consider an ordinance authorizing a construction contract with Kraftsman L.P., for the Parks Service Center Building Project through the Texas Local Government Purchasing Cooperative (BuyBoard).
 
c.   Consider an ordinance approving Change Order No. 10 between Baytown Area Water Authority and Pepper Lawson Waterworks, LLC, for the BAWA 6 MGD Surface Water Treatment Plant Project.
 
d.   Consider an ordinance authorizing a Professional Service Agreement with ARKK Engineers, LLC, for the RW2002-Bluebill Bay and Angelfish Rd; RW2003 - Fairway Drive and RW2004-Savell Drive Streets Project.
 
e.   Consider an ordinance authorizing Change Order No. 1 to increase the total contract amount of the Annual Concrete Work Contract.
 
f.   Consider an ordinance authorizing a Payment in Lieu of Taxes Agreement with Angel Brothers Property LLC, and Angel Brothers Enterprises, LTD.
 
g.   Consider an ordinance renewing the Contract for the Collection of Delinquent Taxes and Payment in Lieu of Taxes with Randall B. Strong.
 
h.   Consider an ordinance renewing the Annual Fittings, Valves and Meter Boxes Contract with Ferguson Waterworks.
 
i.   Consider an ordinance awarding the Tree Planting and Irrigation Project to Environmental Tree and Design, Inc.
 
j.   Consider an ordinance authorizing Amendment No. 13 to the Interlocal Agreement with Harris County for Circulator Bus Service in the City of Baytown.
 
k.   Consider a resolution amending the City of Baytown's Investment Policy and Strategy Statement in accordance with the Public Fund's Investment Act to add an investment officer and to amend approved broker/dealers.
 
8.    MOTIONS
 
a.   Discuss and take appropriate action regarding the City of Baytown Fourth of July Fireworks Event.
 
9.   
MANAGER'S REPORT 
Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 551.0415 of the Texas Government Code, the City Council of the City of Baytown may receive a report about items of community interest from City staff and/or a member of the City Council, but no action or possible action shall be taken or discussed concerning the subject of such report, except as provided by Section 551.042 of the Texas Government Code.
 
a.   Present information regarding the City of Baytown 4th of July weekend celebration and events.
 
10.    ADJOURN
 
PUBLIC NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT IN ADDITION TO ANY EXECUTIVE SESSION LISTED ABOVE, THE CITY COUNCIL RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION AT ANY TIME AS AUTHORIZED BY THE TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE SECTIONS 551.071 - 551.089 TO DISCUSS ANY OF THE MATTERS LISTED ABOVE.
 
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/S/Nick Woolery, Assistant City Manager

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/S/Leticia Brysch, City Clerk
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Posted this 22nd day of June, 2020 at 6:30 P.M. 

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