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CITY OF BAYTOWN
  NOTICE OF MEETING
 
CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2021
6:30 P.M.
COUNCIL CHAMBER, CITY HALL
2401 MARKET STREET, BAYTOWN, TEXAS 77520


AGENDA
  
CALL TO ORDER AND ANNOUNCEMENT OF QUORUM

PLEDGE AND INVOCATION

Council Member Charles Johnson, District No. Three
 
 
             
1. MINUTES
 
a.   Consider approving the minutes of the City Council Work Session and Regular Meeting held on August 26, 2021.
 
2. RECOGNITIONS AND CITIZEN COMMUNICATIONS
 
a.   Recognize City of Baytown Employees for their Years of Service.
 
b.   The 15th Annual Grito Fest is scheduled for Friday, October 1, 2021 at Town Square and Saturday, October 2, 2021 at Bicentennial Park.
 
3. 2022 LOCAL PARK NON-URBAN OUTDOOR RECREATION GRANT - 4000 TOMPKINS DRIVE
 
a.   Conduct a public hearing concerning the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's Program Year 2022 Local Park Non-Urban Outdoor Recreation Grant.
 
b.   Consider a resolution authorizing the submission of a grant application to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for the FY2022 Local Parks Non-Urban Outdoor Recreation Grant Program for a new park located at 4000 Tompkins Drive.
 
4. PROPOSED LIMITED PURPOSE ANNEXATION OF APPROXIMATELY 514.39 ACRES NORTH OF E. WALLISVILLE AND WEST OF GARTH RD
 
a.   Conduct the second public hearing regarding the proposed Limited Purpose Annexation of approximately 514.39 acres, located generally North of East Wallisville Road and West of Garth Road.
 
5. PROPOSED ANNEXATION OF APPROXIMATELY 23.39 ACRES ALONG THOMPSON RD, NORTH OF ELLIS SCHOOL RD
 
a.   Conduct a second public hearing regarding the proposed annexation of approximately 23.39 acres of land in Harris County, Texas, including 20.82 acres of privately-owned land along Thompson Road North of Ellis School Road, along with approximately 2.57 acres being the entire width of Thompson Road right-of-way extending North approximately 1,879 feet from the current city limits to the northern end of the subject property.
 
b.   Consider an ordinance for the first reading of the proposed annexation of approximately 23.39 acres of land in Harris County, Texas, including 20.82 acres of privately-owned land along Thompson Road North of Ellis School Road, along with approximately 2.57 acres being the entire width of Thompson Road right-of-way extending North approximately 1,879 feet from the current city limits to the northern end of the subject property.
 
6. PROPOSED ANNEXATION OF APPROXIMATELY 59.25 ACRES AT SOUTHEAST SJOLANDER RD AND IH-10
 
a.   Conduct a second public hearing regarding the proposed annexation of approximately 59.25 acres of land, located generally at the southeast intersection of Sjolander Road and Interstate 10.
 
b.   Consider an ordinance for the proposed annexation of approximately 59.25 acres of land, located generally at the southeast intersection of Sjolander Road and Interstate 10.
 
7. PROPOSED RESOLUTIONS
 
a.   Consider a resolution adopting a Traffic Calming Policy for the City of Baytown.
 
b.   Consider a resolution approving the City of Baytown Investment Policy and Strategy Statement in accordance with the Public Funds Investment Act, Section 2256.005(e) for the addition of an investment officer.
 
8. 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 a Depository Services Agreement with J.P. Morgan Chase Bank.
 
b.   Consider an ordinance rejecting all bids for the Annual Demolition of Residential Structures, which were received on Thursday, August 26th at 2:00 P.M.
 
c.   Consider an ordinance authorizing the award of the Annual Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Contract to Gold Star Petroleum, Inc.
 
d.   Consider an ordinance authorizing the purchase of twenty-one (21) Ford Trucks from Silsbee Ford, through GoodBuy Purchasing Cooperative, for the Public Works and Engineering Department and the Planning and Development Services Department.
 
e.   Consider an ordinance authorizing the purchase of one (1) John Deere 310L EP Backhoe and one (1) John Deere 444P Wheel Loader from Doggett Heavy Machinery through Buy Board.
 
f.   Consider an ordinance authorizing the purchase of one (1) Volvo EW 180E Wheeled Excavator from Romco Equipment through the Buy Board Contract.
 
g.   Consider an ordinance authorizing the purchase of one (1) Supershot 125DC from Crafco, Inc., through Buy Board for the Public Works and Engineering Department.
 
h.   Consider an ordinance renewing the Annual Lawn and Landscaping Maintenance Contract with Yellowstone Landscape-Central, Inc.
 
i.   Consider an ordinance authorizing the sole source purchase of Neptune water meters, parts, and supplies for meter maintenance from Core & Main LP.
 
j.   Consider an ordinance authorizing an Industrial District Agreement with Chambers County Logistics Terminal, L.P.
 
k.   Consider an ordinance authorizing an Industrial District Agreement with NRG Cedar Bayou Development Company, LLC, and Odyssey Energy Cedar Bayou 4, LLC.
 
l.   Consider an ordinance authorizing an Industrial District Agreement with United Salt.
 
m.   Consider an ordinance authorizing an Industrial District Agreement with Tenaris Bay City, Inc.
 
n.   Consider an ordinance authorizing an Industrial District Agreement with Ameriport Building 3, LLC.
 
o.   Consider an ordinance authorizing an Industrial District Agreement with Hunt Southwest – Cedar Port I, LLC.
 
p.   Consider an ordinance authorizing an Industrial District Agreement with Heritage-Crystal Clean, LLC.
 
q.   Consider an ordinance authorizing an Industrial District Agreement with Baytown Energy Center, LLC.
 
r.   Consider an ordinance authorizing an Industrial District Agreement with Samson Controls, Inc., and Samson Products, Inc.
 
s.   Consider an ordinance authorizing Arthur J. Gallagher (AJG) Risk Management Services, Inc., as broker, to place the City’s Workers’ Compensation Excess Coverage with MidWest Employers Casualty Company.
 
t.   Consider an ordinance authorizing an Interlocal Agreement with Lee College District for the use of its Wellness Center and Swimming Pool by the City Council Members and City employees.
 
u.   Consider an ordinance authorizing an agreement with Labor First, LLC, d/b/a Retiree First, for a Retiree Medicare Advantage Plan Insurance under the medical carrier UnitedHealthcare.
 
v.   Consider an ordinance authorizing payment with United Healthcare of Texas, Inc., as the carrier/administrator for the City of Baytown's medical and pharmaceutical claims.
 
w.   Consider an ordinance authorizing payment with Concentra Health Services, Inc., for the administration of an employee health clinic, including medical services and supplies.
 
x.   Consider an ordinance renewing the Annual Police Uniforms Contract with Galls, LLC.
 
y.   Consider an ordinance approving a contract with the Bay Area Rehabilitation Center for park cleaning, janitorial services, and litter removal.
 
z.   Consider an ordinance authorizing the purchase of two (2) 2021 F350 Crew Cab Dually Trucks from Silsbee Ford Inc., through Goodbuy, for the Parks and Recreation Department.
 
aa.   Consider an ordinance authorizing the purchase of Axiall Accu-Tab Hypochlorite Solution Tablets and Pool Chemicals from Progressive Commercial Aquatics, Inc., for water park maintenance, using the BuyBoard co-operative.
 
bb.   Consider an ordinance approving the refinishing of several slides and cleaning and repainting the river and wave pool boulders at Pirates Bay Water Park with Progressive Commercial Aquatics, Inc., through the Texas Local Government Purchasing Cooperative (Buyboard).
 
9. APPOINTMENTS
 
a.   Consider three (3) appointments to the Baytown Police Advisory Committee.
 
b.   Consider one (1) appointment to the Baytown Fire Control, Prevention, and Emergency Medical Services District (FCPEMSD) Board.
 
c.   Consider a resolution nominating a person to serve on the Board of Directors of the Harris County Appraisal District.
 
10.   
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.
 
11.    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 - 551.090 TO DISCUSS ANY OF THE MATTERS LISTED ABOVE.
 
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/S/Rick Davis, City Manager

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/S/Angela Jackson, City Clerk
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Posted this 20th day of September, 2021, at 5:00 P.M. 

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