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«NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING MISSION CITY COUNCIL MARCH 28, 2016 4:30 P.M. MISSION CITY HALL PRESENT: ABSENT: Norberto Salinas, Mayor Dr. Armando ...»

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NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING

MISSION CITY COUNCIL

MARCH 28, 2016 4:30 P.M.

MISSION CITY HALL

PRESENT: ABSENT:

Norberto Salinas, Mayor Dr. Armando O’caña, Councilman

Jessica Ortega-Ochoa, Councilwoman Ruben D. Plata, Councilman Norie Gonzalez Garza, Mayor Pro Tem 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 Sally Gavlik Aida Lerma, Deputy City Manager Ricardo Guzola Randy Perez, Deputy City Manager Romie Palomo Angie Vela, Asst. Finance Director Roel Rivera Danny Tijerina, Planning Director Melly Palacios Alex Hernandez, Planning Dept.

Beth & Jim Barnes Noemi Munguia, HR Director Jon Stevens Robert Hinojosa, Risk Manager Erica Quintanilla Eduardo Belmarez, Purchasing Director Paula Garcia Roland Rodriguez, I. T. Director Ramiro Gonzalez Roberto Salinas, Public Works Director Raul Vela Jesse Lerma, Civil Service Director Juan Cedillo Rene Lopez, Jr., Fire Chief Felix Tapia Robert Dominguez, Chief of Police Navin Buxani Jonathan Wehrmeister, Judge Berenice Garcia Joanne Longoria, CDBG Director Cristina Villarreal Mario Flores, Golf Course Director Imelda Gandaria Luduvico Martinez, B & G Club Director Jorge Martinez Brad Bentsen, Parks & Recreation Director Yolanda Martinez Mayra Rocha, Library Director Jaime Gutierrez Cesar Gutierrez, Sanitation Director Fred Kurth Alex Meade, MEDC Chief Exec. Officer Luis A. Valencia Charlie Longoria, Media Relations Eduardo Latin, Police Officer James Cardoza, Emergency Mngmt. Coord.

1. Call to order With a quorum being present, Mayor Norberto Salinas called the meeting to order at 4:44 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, 3/28/16 pg. 2

3. Proclamation – National Service Recognition Day City Secretary Anna Carrillo read the Proclamation National Service Recognition Day.

Councilman Ruben Plata moved to approve the proclamation as presented. Motion was seconded by Councilwoman Jessica Ortega-Ochoa and approved unanimously 4-0.

TFA Executive Director, Paula Garcia, Jonathan Stevens, Erica Quintanilla, Juan Cedillo, and Alex Meade received the proclamation and thanked the council for their support.

4. Proclamation – Fair Housing Month City Secretary Carrillo read the Proclamation Fair Housing Month.

Mayor Pro Tem Norie Gonzalez Garza moved to approve the proclamation as presented. Motion was seconded by Councilman Plata and approved unanimously 4-0.

CDBG Director JoAnne Longoria, board members Roel Rivera, Yolanda Martinez, and Jorge Martinez received the proclamation and thanked the council for their support.

5. Report from the Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce President of the Board Navin Buxani advised Mayor and City Council about chamber events that had recently taken place and upcoming ribbon cuttings and events. The council was also advised of interviews currently taking place for the CEO position.

6. Departmental Reports Mayor Pro Tem Garza moved to approve the departmental reports as presented. Motion was seconded by Councilman Plata and approved unanimously 4-0.

7. Citizens Participation None At 4:58 p.m. Mayor Salinas requested to continue onto item 4.22 of the agenda.

1.0 Public Hearing

1.1 Planning & Zoning Recommendations A. Conditional Use Permit: 4 Drive-Thru Lanes for Banking Services for Texas Regional Bank, 2300 E. Griffin Parkway, Lot 1, TRB Subdivision, C-3, Texas Regional Bank Adoption of Ordinance # 4331 approving 1.1A On March 9, 2016 the Planning and Zoning Commission held a Public Hearing to consider this conditional use permit request. The property was located approximately 180’ west of Shary Road along the south side of Griffin Parkway. There was no public opposition during the P&Z Mtg. The Board unanimously recommended approval for life of use.

Staff Recommendation: Approval for life of use.

City Manager recommended approval.

Minutes, 3/28/16 pg. 3 Mayor Salinas asked if there were any comments for or against the request.

There were no comments.

Councilman Plata moved to approve the cup and to adopt Ordinance No. 4331 Conditional Use Permit: 4 Drive-Thru Lanes for Banking Services for Texas Regional Bank, 2300 E. Griffin Parkway, Lot 1, TRB Subdivision, C-3 for life of use, as recommended. Motion was seconded by Councilwoman Ochoa and approved unanimously 4-0.

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

A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT FOR 4 DRIVE-THRU LANES FOR BANKING SERVICES

FOR TEXAS REGIONAL BANK, 2300 E. GRIFFIN PARKWAY, LOT 1, TRB SUBDIVISION B. Conditional Use Permit: Limousine Service on a Neighborhood Commercial (C-2) Zoned Property, 423 E. Griffin Parkway, being the W. 660’ – E. 140’ S. 208’ out of Lot 25-8, West Addition to Sharyland Subdivision, C-2, Manuel Gonzalez Adoption of Ordinance # 4332 approving 1.1B On March 9, 2016 the Planning and Zoning Commission held a Public Hearing to consider the conditional use permit. The subject site was located on the NE corner of Griffin Parkway and Tanglewood Drive. There was no public opposition during the P&Z Mtg. The Board unanimously recommended approval for 3 years.





Staff Recommendation: Approval for life of use.

City Manager recommended approval.

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

There were no comments.

Councilman Plata moved to approve the cup and to adopt Ordinance No. 4332 Conditional Use Permit: Limousine Service on a Neighborhood Commercial (C-2) Zoned Property, 423 E. Griffin Parkway, being the W. 660’ – E. 140’ S. 208’ out of Lot 25-8, West Addition to Sharyland Subdivision, C-2 for life of use, as recommended. Motion was seconded by Councilwoman Ochoa and approved unanimously 4-0.

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

GRANTING A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT FOR A LIMOUSINE SERVICE ON

NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL (C-2) ZONED PROPERTY, 423 E. GRIFFIN PARKWAY, BEING THE W. 660’ – E. 140’ – S. 208’ OUT OF LOT 25-8, WEST ADDITION

TO SHARYLAND SUBDIVISION

C. Conditional Use Permit: Drive-Thru Service Window – Taqueria El Infiernito #2, 2310 E. Expressway 83, Suite 8, Lot 3, Cimarron Crossing Subdivision, C-3, Luis Valencia Adoption of Ordinance # 4333 approving 1.1C Minutes, 3/28/16 pg. 4 On March 9, 2016 the Planning and Zoning Commission held a Public Hearing to consider the conditional use permit. The subject site was located approximately 250’ west of Shary Road on the south side of U.S. Expressway 83 within an existing commercial plaza. There was no public opposition during the P&Z Mtg. The Board unanimously recommended approval for 1 year.

Staff Recommendation: Approval for life of use.

City Manager recommended approval.

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

There were no comments.

Mayor Pro Tem Garza moved to approve the cup and to adopt Ordinance No. 4333 Conditional Use Permit: Drive-Thru Service Window – Taqueria El Infiernito #2, 2310 E. Expressway 83, Suite 8, Lot 3, Cimarron Crossing Subdivision, C-3 for life of use, as recommended. Motion was seconded by Councilman Plata and approved unanimously 4-0.

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

A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT FOR A DRIVE-THRU SERVICE WINDOW AT TAQUERIA

EL INFIERNITO #2, 2310 E. EXPRESSWAY 83, SUITE 8, LOT 3, CIMARRON CROSSING

SUBDIVISION

D Conditional Use Permit: Drive-Thru Service Window – Vela’s Burgers, 1500 W.

Griffin Parkway, W. 180’ – E. 440’ – S. 100’ out of Lot 25-2, West Addition to Sharyland Subdivision, C-3, Gorditas Los Jarritos, LLC Adoption of Ordinance # 4334 approving 1.1D On March 9, 2016 the Planning and Zoning Commission held a Public Hearing to consider the conditional use permit. The subject site was located on the NW corner of Wednesday and Griffin Parkway. There was no public opposition during the P&Z Mtg. The Board unanimously recommended approval for 1 year.

Staff Recommendation: Approval for 1 year.

City Manager recommended approval.

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

There were no comments.

Councilman Plata moved to approve the cup and to adopt Ordinance No. 4334 Conditional Use Permit: Drive-Thru Service Window – Vela’s Burgers, 1500 W. Griffin Parkway, W. 180’ – E.

440’ – S. 100’ out of Lot 25-2, West Addition to Sharyland Subdivision, C-3, for 1 year, as recommended. Motion was seconded by Councilwoman Ochoa and approved unanimously 4-0.

Minutes, 3/28/16 pg. 5

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

GRANTING A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT FOR A DRIVE-THRU SERVICE WINDOW –

VELA’S BURGERS, 1500 W. GRIFFIN PARKWAY, W. 180’ – E. 440’ – S. 100’ OUT OF

LOT 25-2, WEST ADDITION TO SHARYLAND SUBDIVISION

E. Conditional Use Permit: Sale & On-Site Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages – Vela’s Burgers, 1500 W. Griffin Parkway, W. 180’ – E. 440’ – S. 100’ out of Lot 25-2, West Addition to Sharyland Subdivision, C-3, Gorditas Los Jarritos Adoption of Ordinance # 4335 approving 1.1E On March 9, 2016 the Planning and Zoning Commission held a Public Hearing to consider the conditional use permit. The subject site was located on the NW corner of Wednesday and Griffin Parkway. There was no public opposition during the P&Z Mtg. The Board unanimously recommended approval for 1 year.

Staff Recommendation: Approval for 1 year subject to: 1) compliance with Ordinance #4320,

2) waiver of the 300’ separation requirement from residential neighborhood.

City Manager recommended approval.

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

Mr. Raul Vela stated that he was representing his bother Mr. Roberto Vela owner of the business.

Councilwoman Ochoa moved to approve the cup and to adopt Ordinance No. 4335 Conditional Use Permit: Sale & On-Site Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages – Vela’s Burgers, 1500 W.

Griffin Parkway, W. 180’ – E. 440’ – S. 100’ out of Lot 25-2, West Addition to Sharyland Subdivision, C-3 for 1 year, as recommended. Motion was seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Garza and approved 3-1 with Mayor Salinas dissenting.

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

GRANTING A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT FOR THE SALE & ON-SITE CONSUMPTION

OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES – VELA’S BURGERS, 1500 W. GRIFFIN PARKWAY, W.

180’ – E. 440’ – S. 100’ OUT OF LOT 25-2, WEST ADDITION TO SHARYLAND

SUBDIVISION

F. Conditional Use Permit: Sale & On-Site Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages – Villa Del Mar Restaurant, 207 E. Expressway 83, Lot 3, El Pueblo Ph. II Subdivision, C-3, VIGA Restaurants, Inc.

Adoption of Ordinance # 4336 approving 1.1F On March 9, 2016 the Planning and Zoning Commission held a Public Hearing to consider the conditional use permit. The subject site was located within a plaza approximately 600’ east of Conway Avenue along the north side of the Frontage Road of Expressway 83. There was no public opposition during the P&Z Mtg. The Board unanimously recommended approval for 3 years.

Minutes, 3/28/16 pg. 6 Staff Recommendation: Approval for 3 years subject to: 1) waiver of the 300’ separation requirement, and 2) compliance with Ordinance #4320.

City Manager recommended approval.

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

There were no comments.

Councilman Plata moved to approve the cup and to adopt Ordinance No. 4336 Conditional Use Permit: Sale & On-Site Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages – Villa Del Mar Restaurant, 207 E.

Expressway 83, Lot 3, El Pueblo Ph. II Subdivision, C-3 for 3 years, as recommended. Motion was seconded by Councilwoman Ochoa and approved unanimously 4-0.

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

GRANTING A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT FOR THE SALE & ON-SITE CONSUMPTION

OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES – VILLA DEL MAR RESTAURANT, 207 E. EXPRESSWAY

83, LOT 3, EL PUEBLO PH. II SUBDIVISION

2.0 Disposition of Minutes

2.1 City Council Meeting – March 14, 2016 Councilman Plata moved to approve the minutes as presented. Motion was seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Garza and approved unanimously 4-0.

3.0 Acknowledge Receipt of Minutes

3.1 Mission Ambulance Board – April 8, 2015 Shary Golf Advisory Board – January 12, 2016 and February 23, 2016 Mission Economic Development Authority Inc. Special and Regular Meeting – February 9, 2016 Speer Memorial Library Board – February 16, 2016 Mission Historical Museum – February 16, 2016 Planning and Zoning Commission – February 24, 2016 Mission Boys & Girls Club – January 14, 2016 & February 11, 2016 Councilman Plata moved to acknowledge the receipt of minutes as presented. Motion was seconded by Councilwoman Ochoa and approved unanimously 4-0.

4.0 Approvals and Authorizations

4.1 Renewal of Lease Agreement with Ramona G. Gonzalez on Lots 19 & 20, Block 173 Mission Original Townsite The agreement with Ramona G. Gonzalez was related to the parking lot use behind the city Building located at 117 E. Tom Landry. Original agreement was entered in April 2002; lease agreement was up for renewal. Lease agreement is for $2,200 a year.



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