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«NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING MISSION CITY COUNCIL FEBRUARY 08, 2016 4:30 P.M. MISSION CITY HALL PRESENT: ABSENT: Norberto Salinas, Mayor Jessica ...»

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NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING

MISSION CITY COUNCIL

FEBRUARY 08, 2016 4:30 P.M.

MISSION CITY HALL

PRESENT: ABSENT:

Norberto Salinas, Mayor

Jessica Ortega-Ochoa, Councilwoman

Ruben D. Plata, Councilman

Norie Gonzalez Garza, Mayor Pro Tem Dr. Armando O’caña, Councilman Abiel Flores, City Attorney Jaime Tijerina, Deputy City Attorney Anna Carrillo, City Secretary Martin Garza, Jr., City Manager

ALSO PRESENT: STAFF PRESENT:

Kathy Olivarez, Progress Times Nelia Hernandez, Asst. City Secretary Gaylord Dekoels Aida Lerma, Deputy City Manager Jim & Beth Barnes Randy Perez, Deputy City Manager Rid Roff & Family Angie Vela, Asst. Finance Director Lupe Garza Danny Tijerina, Planning Director Jed Brown Jaime Acevedo, Asst. Planning Director Apolonio Flores Noemi Munguia, HR Director Lisa Helle Robert Hinojosa, Risk Manager Doak Brown Eduardo Belmarez, Purchasing Director Pat Blum Roland Rodriguez, I. T. Director Rick Guerrero Roberto Salinas, Public Works Director Pat & Virginia Townsend Jesse Lerma, Civil Service Director John & Debbie Townsend Rene Lopez, Jr., Fire Chief Reynold & Ninfa de la Garza Gilbert Sanchez, Fire Marshal Alfonso Davila Robert Dominguez, Chief of Police Rudy Garcia Jonathan Wehrmeister, Judge Joe Sanchez Joanne Longoria, CDBG Director August De Kock Mario Flores, Golf Course Director Arnold Cortez Luduvico Martinez, B & G Club Director Jose Martinez Brad Bentsen, Parks & Recreation Director Mayra Rocha, Library Director Luis Contreras, Museum Director Cesar Gutierrez, Sanitation Director Alex Meade, MEDC Chief Exec. Officer Charlie Longoria, Media Relations Eduardo Latin, Police Officer

1. Call to order With a quorum being present, Mayor Norberto Salinas called the meeting to order at 4:34 p.m.

2. Pledge Allegiance and Invocation Mayor Salinas led the meeting with the pledge of allegiance and City Manager Martin Garza, Jr.

gave the invocation.

Minutes, 2/08/16 pg. 2

3. Proclamation – Children’s Advocacy Center City Secretary Anna Carrillo read the Proclamation Children’s Advocacy Center.

Mayor Pro Tem Norie Gonzalez Garza moved to approve the proclamation as presented. Motion was seconded by Councilman Dr. Armando O’cana and approved unanimously 5-0.

Pat Blum, Rick Guerrero Board Treasurer and Jesus Sanchez Director of Finance received the proclamation and thanked the council for their continued support.

Proclamation – Guadalupe (Lupita) Garza 100th Birthday 4.

City Secretary Carrillo read the Proclamation Guadalupe (Lupita) Garza 100th Birthday.

Councilman O’cana moved to approve the proclamation as presented. Motion was seconded by Councilman Ruben Plata and approved unanimously 5-0.

Mrs. Lupita Garza along with her family received the proclamation and thanked the council.

5. Report from the Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce George Meyers, CEO from the Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce reported on the Mega Winter Texan Fiesta to be held on Saturday, February 13 at the Leo Pena Placita Park.

6. Departmental Reports Councilman O’cana moved to approve the departmental reports as presented. Motion was seconded by Councilwoman Jessica Ortega-Ochoa and approved unanimously 5-0.

7. Citizens Participation None

1.0 Public Hearing

1.1 Planning & Zoning Recommendations A. To Solicit Input in Favor or Against the Proposed Development of a Seniors-Only Gated Multi-Family Residential Community Consisting of 126 units Hold a Public Hearing to consider Brownstone’s intent to submit an application to the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs for 2016 Competitive 9% Housing Tax Credits for this project.

Staff Recommendation: Hold Public Hearing.

Mayor Salinas asked if there were any comments for or against the request.

Jed Brown, Vice President of Brownstone Affordable Housing, Ltd, spoke in favor of the request and gave an explanation of the project.

Minutes, 2/08/16 pg. 3 John Townsend, Jr. a Mission resident spoke in favor of the request and explained that this property had been in his family for many decades and how his parents and grandparents would be pleased with the direction it was going.

August de Kock of 1603 N. Taylor Rd. said he wasn’t for or against at this time and just wanted to gather information regarding this development.

Lisa Helle of 15013 N. Conway spoke in favor of the request and shared some of the information she knew about this project.

Virginia Townsend of 1603 Vintage Lane spoke in favor of the request.

No action was needed since this was only a public hearing.

2.0 Disposition of Minutes

2.1 City Council Meeting – January 25, 2016 Councilman Plata moved to approve the minutes as presented. Motion was seconded by Councilwoman Ochoa and approved unanimously 5-0.

3.0 Acknowledge Receipt of Minutes

3.1 Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention Advisory Board Special Meeting – November 18, 2015 Councilman Plata moved to acknowledge the receipt of minutes as presented. Motion was seconded by Councilwoman Ochoa and approved unanimously 5-0.

4.0 Approvals and Authorizations





4.1 Approval of Resolution # 1430 in Support of a Seniors Only Gated Multi-Family Residential Community Consisting of 126 units On January 12, 2016, The City received a letter from Brownstone Development Team requesting a resolution in support of a 126 unit apartment complex for Senior Citizens. Brownstone intended to submit an application to the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs for 2016 Competitive 9% Housing Tax Credits for this project.

Staff Recommendation: Approval of Resolution.

Councilwoman Ochoa moved to approve the Resolution No. 1430 in support of a Seniors Only Gated Multi-Family Residential Community Consisting of 126 units, as recommended. Motion was seconded by Councilman O’cana and approved unanimously 5-0.

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4.2 Approval of Ordinance # 4310 Repealing Ordinance No. 3022 and Amending Chapter 98, Section 98-273 of the Mission Code of Ordinances Entitled Capital Recovery Fees for new Subdivision that connect into the City of Mission’s Wastewater System Minutes, 2/08/16 pg. 4 On April 25, 2015, the Mission City Council approved Ordinance No. 3022, wherein Capital Recovery Fees were established for any new subdivision connecting into the City of Mission’s wastewater system. Said ordinance distinguished between connections occurring outside Mission city limits and inside city limits.

The City of Mission desired to encourage and promote economic development within the city limits, as well as development within the City’s future expansion area (ETJ). Staff believed that removing the distinction between outside and inside city limits for purposes of connection to the wastewater system would be in the best interest to the City of Mission.

Staff and City Manager recommended approval.

Councilman Plata moved to approve Ordinance No. 4310 Repealing Ordinance No. 3022 and Amending Chapter 98, Section 98-273 of the Mission Code of Ordinances Entitled Capital Recovery Fees for new Subdivision that connect into the City of Mission’s Wastewater System, as recommended. Motion was seconded by Councilwoman Ochoa and approved unanimously 5-0.

ORDINANCE NO. 4310

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MISSION, TEXAS

REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 3022 AND AMENDING CHAPTER 98, SECTION 98-273

OF THE MISSION CODE OF ORDINCANCES ENTITLED CAPITAL RECOVERY FEES

FOR NEW SUBDIVISIONS THAT CONNECT INTO THE CITY OF MISSION’S

WASTEWATER SYSTEM, BY REMOVING THE DISINCTION BETWEEN INSIDE AND

OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS; AND PROVIDING A PUBLICATION DATE

4.3 Final Plat Approval: Ellis Subdivision No. 6, 5.01 acre tract of land consisting of all of Lot 7, Abram North Subdivision, Rural ETJ, Developer: Texcitrus Land Development Co., Engineer: Salinas Engineering & Associates On September 8, 2014 the City Council convened and approved the Preliminary Plat for Ellis Subdivision No. 6. The proposed subdivision was located 1,300’ north of 4 Mile Line along the west side of Davis Lane approximately ¼ east of Abram Road. The City Council unanimously recommended approval as per staff’s recommendation.

Staff and City Manager recommended approval.

Mayor Pro Tem Garza moved to approve the Final Plat Approval: Ellis Subdivision No. 6, 5.01

acre tract of land consisting of all of Lot 7, Abram North Subdivision, Rural ETJ, Developer:

Texcitrus Land Development Co., Engineer: Salinas Engineering & Associates, as recommended. Motion was seconded by Councilwoman Ochoa and approved unanimously 5-0.

4.4 Approval of Resolution # 1431 to conduct joint elections with Mission Consolidated Independent School District in accordance with Texas Education Code Section 11.0581 The Resolution was in accordance with Texas Education Code Section 11.0581 which stated that the voters of the joint election shall be served by a common place.

Minutes, 2/08/16 pg. 5 Staff and City Manager recommended approval of Resolution.

Mayor Pro Tem Garza moved to approve Resolution No. 1431 to conduct joint elections with Mission Consolidated Independent School District in accordance with Texas Education Code Section 11.0581, as recommended. Motion was seconded by Councilman O’cana and approved unanimously 5-0.

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4.5 Approval of Ordinance # 4311 creating a City of Mission Board of Development Advisory Board, specifying the terms of office, qualifications for membership and other provisions related to the subject matter thereof Pursuant to Texas Local Government Code 371, a governing body of a municipality with a population of 900,000 or less may appropriate from its general fund an amount not to exceed one percent of the general fund budget for the purpose of advertising the municipality and promoting its growth and development.

The City of Mission desired to advertise and promote the city’s continued growth and development and therefore the creation of a board to achieve this purpose would benefit the residents of Mission.

The City of Mission Board of Development Advisory Board would make recommendations to the City Council for its consideration in regards to advertising the municipality and promoting its growth and development.

Staff and City Manager recommended approval of Ordinance.

Councilman O’cana moved to approve Ordinance No. 4311 creating a City of Mission Board of Development Advisory Board, specifying the terms of office, qualifications for membership and other provisions related to the subject matter thereof, as recommended. Motion was seconded by Councilwoman Ochoa and approved unanimously 5-0.

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AN ORDINANCE CREATING A CITY OF MISSION BOARD OF DEVELOPMENT

ADVISORY BOARD; SPECIFYING THE TERMS OF OFFICE; SPECIFYING THE

QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP; AND ORDAINING OTHER PROVISIONS

RELATED TO THE SUBJECT MATTER THEREOF.

4.6 Board Appointments – Board of Development Advisory Board Mayor’s Recommendation appointment of Rosalinda Gonzalez, Jerry Saenz, Marisela Marin, Julio Cerda and Rudy Garcia Staff Recommendation: Approval of Board Appointments as recommended by Mayor Norberto Salinas Minutes, 2/08/16 pg. 6 City Manager recommended approval.

Councilman Plata moved to approve the Board Appointments – Board of Development Advisory Board, as recommended by Mayor Salinas. Motion was seconded by Councilwoman Ochoa and approved unanimously 5-0.

4.7 Authorization for Mayor to submit Rio Grande Valley Walk of Fame Nominee The City of Hidalgo was requesting for the City of Mission to submit a name from our community leaders to be inducted to the Rio Grande Valley Walk of Fame.

The induction ceremony was to take place during the BorderFest Festivities.

Staff Recommendation: Authorization for Mayor to submit nomination.

City Manager recommended approval.

Mayor Salinas recommended Mr. Amancio Chapa.

Councilman O’cana moved to authorize for Mayor to submit Rio Grande Valley Walk of Fame Nominee, as recommended by Mayor Salinas. Motion was seconded by Councilwoman Ochoa and approved unanimously 5-0.

4.8 Authorization to purchase a Compact Excavator via State Approved Contract from the Cemetery Trust Fund Staff was seeking authorization to purchase a Compact Excavator from Bobcat Company via state approved Buyboard Contract #424-13 from the Cemetery Trust Fund. An E26 T4 Bobcat Compact Excavator would be purchased to prepare the graves at Laurel Hill, Catholic and San Jose Cemetery.

Staff Recommendation: Authorization to purchase equipment from Bobcat Company via state approved Buyboard Contract #424-13 City Manager recommended approval.

Councilman O’cana moved to authorize to purchase a Compact Excavator via State Approved Buyboard Contract #424-13 from the Cemetery Trust Fund from Bobcat Company as recommended. Motion was seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Garza and approved unanimously 5-0.

4.9 Authorization to accept additional grant funds from the County of Hidalgo for Operation Stonegarden 2014, Grant #2014-SR-48215-01 The City of Mission Police Department was requesting authorization to accept additional grant funds from the County of Hidalgo for Operation Stonegarden 2014, Grant #2014-SR-48215-01.

The Mission Police Department was initially awarded $300,000.00. Our department was currently working an operation with U.S. Border Patrol and additional funds were being made available to work the operation in the amount of $30,000.00. The additional funds would solely be utilized for overtime to work the aforementioned operation. Staff again requested authorization to accept the additional funds from the County of Hidalgo.



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