Action taken by the City Council during the meeting of: Thursday, June 26, 2014


All the information on this page is tentative and subject to change without notice.
Details of Council's votes are not captured below but will be incorporated in the minutes approved by the City Council at a subsequent Council Meeting and posted to the web.

Approval of Minutes
1Approve the minutes of the Austin City Council work session of June 10, 2014, regular meeting of June 12, 2014 and discussion meeting of June 17, 2014,
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Austin Energy
2Authorize negotiation and execution of a 36-month agreement with KINDER MORGAN TEXAS PIPELINE LLC for natural gas pipeline transportation services for an estimated amount of $15,000,000, with one 24-month extension option for an estimated amount of an additional $10,000,000, for a total estimated contract amount of $25,000,000
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
3Authorize negotiation and execution of an agreement with Ben E. Keith Beverage, to provide a performance-based incentive for the generation of solar energy at its facility located at 4101 McKinney Falls Parkway in Austin, Texas, for an estimated $35,905 per year, for a total amount not to exceed $359,050 over a 10-year period.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
4Authorize negotiation and execution of an agreement with Build-A-Sign to provide a performance-based incentive for the generation of solar energy at its facility located at 11550 Stonehollow Drive in Austin, Texas, for an estimated $31,495 per year, for a total amount not to exceed $314,950 over a 10-year period.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
5Authorize negotiation and execution of an agreement with Build-A-Sign to provide a performance-based incentive for the generation of solar energy at its facility located at 11525 Stonehollow Drive Unit #100 in Austin, Texas, for an estimated $12,029 per year, for a total amount not to exceed $120,290 over a 10-year period.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
6Authorize negotiation and execution of an agreement with Esperanza Hospitality, to provide a performance-based incentive for the generation of solar energy at its facility located at 2800 Esperanza Crossing in Austin, Texas, for an estimated $6,821 per year, for a total amount not to exceed $68,210 over a 10-year period.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
7Authorize negotiation and execution of an agreement with Goodwill Industries of Central Texas to provide a performance-based incentive for the generation of solar energy at its facility located at 8965 Research Boulevard in Austin, Texas, for an estimated $18,304 per year, for a total amount not to exceed $183,040 over a 10-year period.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
8Authorize negotiation and execution of an agreement with Goodwill Industries of Texas to provide a performance-based incentive for the generation of solar energy at its facility located at 9111 S. 1st Street in Austin, Texas, for an estimated $7,865 per year, for a total amount not to exceed $78,650 over a 10-year period.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
9Authorize negotiation and execution of an agreement with Westminster Manor, to provide a performance-based incentive for the generation of solar energy at its facility located at 4100 Jackson Avenue in Austin, Texas, for an estimated $33,704 per year, for a total amount not to exceed $337,040 over a 10-year period.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Austin Water Utility
10Authorize negotiation and execution of an interlocal agreement with the Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District for the relocation of a 15-inch diameter wastewater line in an amount not to exceed $1,965,000.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Aviation
11Approve the appointment of Gregory S. Milligan to the Board of Directors of Austin-Bergstrom Landhost Enterprises, Inc., to replace David Arthur.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Contract Management
12Authorize execution of a construction maintenance contract with AUSTIN FILTER SYSTEMS, INC. for the J. J. Seabrook Stream Restoration, Rain Garden, and Urban Trail Project in the amount of $1,729,775.45 plus a $172,977.55 contingency, for a total contract amount not to exceed $1,902,753. Related to Items #28, #66 and #67.
 APPROVED
13Authorize negotiation and execution of a professional services agreement with HDR ENGINEERING, INC. (staff recommendation) or one of the other qualified responders to RFQ Solicitation No. CLMP153, to provide consultant services for Floodplain Evacuation Support Services project in an amount not to exceed $12,000,000 for a contract term of six years with two one-year extension options.
 APPROVED
14Authorize execution of a construction contract with PEABODY GENERAL CONTRACTORS, INC., for the Facilities and Force Main Services Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity Contract Rebid with an initial amount of $4,544,818 with two contract extension options, the first extension amount $4,772,058, the second extension amount $5,010,661, for a total contract amount not to exceed $14,327,537 over an estimated three years or until financial authorization is depleted.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
15Authorize execution to increase a construction contract with PRISM DEVELOPMENT INC for $30,794 for construction improvements of Information System Building 7355 Emergency Power Improvements at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport with $72,652.90 in owner’s contingency, with an amount not to exceed $1,137,906.90.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
16Authorize negotiation and execution of a design-build agreement with TURNER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY for a new Austin Energy office building and parking structure at Riverside Drive and Grove Boulevard for preliminary and design phase services and remaining professional services in an amount not to exceed $8,300,000 plus $830,000 contingency for a total amount not to exceed $9,130,000.
 POSTPONED INDEFINITELY
17Authorize ratification of a construction contract with MATOKA, INC., for the landscape services portion of the FM 812 Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Final Closure and Erosion Control Improvements project in an amount not to exceed $317,837.11.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Economic Development Department
18Authorize negotiation and execution of a 12-month interlocal agreement with the Capital Area Council of Governments for further analysis of the economic impact of Project Connect and other transportation initiatives on Austin residents.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Emergency Medical Services
19Approve an ordinance establishing classifications and positions in the classified service of the Emergency Medical Services Department; establishing pay rates; eliminating and creating certain positions; and repealing Ordinance No. 20140320-014 relating to Emergency Medical Services Department classifications and positions.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
20Approve an ordinance amending the Fiscal Year 2013-2014 General Fund Operating Budget (Ordinance No. 20130909-001) to add 7.0 Telecom Cadet civilian full-time equivalent positions to the Emergency Medical Services Department.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Financial Services
21Approve an ordinance accepting grant funds from the Texas Department of Public Safety, and amending the Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Operating Budget Special Revenue Fund (Ordinance No. 20130909-001) in the amount of $1,780,011 for the following departments: Aviation Department, Austin Resource Recovery, Financial Services Department, Parks and Recreation Department, Public Works Department, and Watershed Protection Department; and amending the Capital Budget (Ordinance No. 20130909-002) to transfer in from the Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Operating Budget Special Revenue Fund and appropriate $650,119  for the following departments: Austin Resource Recovery, Parks and Recreation Department, and Public Works Department for repairs to city facilities and replacement of city property damaged or destroyed by the flooding of October 2013.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Health and Human Services
22Approve an ordinance authorizing acceptance of $89,391 in grant funds from the TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, and amending the Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Health and Human Services Department Operating Budget Special Revenue Fund (Ordinance No. 20130909-001) to appropriate $89,391 for the delivery of basic needs, case management, employment support and preventive health services to low-income residents.
 APPROVED
23Authorize negotiation and execution of a 12-month agreement with Huston-Tillotson University beginning on August 1, 2014 and ending on July 31, 2015, to fund an East Austin Community Health and Wellness Center, to be located on the University’s campus, and to fund staff to oversee the start-up and expansion efforts of the Center, in an amount not to exceed $250,000.
 APPROVED
Human Resources
24Approve an ordinance adopting the Municipal Civil Service Rules as recommended by the Municipal Civil Service Commission.
 APPROVED AS AMENDED
Law
25Authorize negotiation and execution of an amendment to a legal services contract with Parker, Hudson, Ranier and Dobbs, LLP, for services related to Austin Fire Department 2012 and 2013 hiring issues, in the amount of $285,000, for a total contract amount not to exceed $435,000.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
26Authorize negotiation and execution of a legal services contract with Husch Blackwell, LLP, for services related to the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport hotel in an amount not to exceed $90,000.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
27Authorize a payment not to exceed $3.1 million for a judgement and associated costs in Raymond Chandler et al., v. City of Austin, D-1-GN-09-004161 in the 353rd Travis County Judicial District, Travis County, Texas.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Office of Real Estate Services
28Approve a resolution authorizing the negotiation and execution of all documents and instruments necessary or desirable to purchase or otherwise acquire an estimated 140 properties at high risk of flooding located outside of the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) buyout project area that will remain at risk of flooding in the 25-year floodplain within the Onion Creek Forest, Onion Creek Plantations, Yarrabee Bend, and Silverstone neighborhoods (Lower Onion Creek area) in the Onion Creek watershed, in an amount not to exceed $31,000,000. Related to Items #12, #66 and #67.
 APPROVED
29Approve an ordinance vacating an approximately 0.442-acre portion of Whitis Avenue, between West Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and West 20th Street; and vacating an approximately 0.129-acre alley located between Whitis Avenue and Guadalupe Street and also between West Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and West 20th Street, to THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SYSTEM, owner of the abutting properties located on Whitis Avenue and Guadalupe Street, for the appraised value of $613,899, subject to retained public utility easements and drainage easements.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Parks and Recreation
30Authorize negotiation and execution of an interlocal agreement with Austin Independent School District (AISD) to plant native trees on AISD-owned school properties.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
31Approve an ordinance authorizing the creation of the Onion Creek Metro Park District and the execution of a consent agreement between the City, Onion Creek Metro Park District and Austin Goodnight Ranch, LP.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Planning and Development Review
32Approve a resolution authorizing a redevelopment exception in the Barton Springs Zone under City Code Section 25-8-26 for the 11.92-acre tract located at 3207 W. Slaughter Lane (the Parkside-Slaughter Campus) for the redevelopment of an existing civic use within the Barton Springs Zone.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
33Approve a resolution authorizing negotiation and execution of an agreement between the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization, the State of Texas, and the City outlining the responsibilities of each party regarding their fiscal relationship through September 30, 2018.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
34Approve an ordinance amending Ordinance No. 20140522-071, to correct a portion of the zoning description for the property located at 4300 Avenue G.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Police
35Approve an ordinance accepting $50,000 in grant funds from the State of Texas, Governor's Office, Criminal Justice Division, Title V Program; and amending the Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Austin Police Department Operating Budget Special Revenue Fund (Ordinance No. 20130909-001) to appropriate $50,000 for the Austin Police Department's Juvenile Gang Prevention and Intervention Coordination Project. Related to Item #36
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
36Approve a resolution authorizing the application and acceptance of $50,000 in grant funding from the State of Texas, Governor's Office, Criminal Justice Division to implement the Austin Police Department project entitled the "APD Juvenile Gang Prevention and Intervention Coordination Project." Related to Item #35
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Purchasing Office
37Authorize award and execution of three, 36-month requirements service contracts with WORLD OF PROMOTIONS, INC., AUTHENTIC PROMOTIONS.COM, and AMERICAN MINORITY BUSINESS FORMS, INC. DBA AMERICAN DIVERSITY BUSINESS SOLUTIONS to provide marketing collateral supplies in an amount not to exceed $600,000 each and combined, with three 12-month extension options in an amount not to exceed $200,000 per extension option each and combined, for a total contract amount not to exceed $1,200,000 each and combined.
 POSTPONED TO AUGUST 7, 2014
38Authorize award, negotiation and execution of a 12-month requirements service contract with BRYCOMM, LLC for on-call service and warranty support of the structured cabling system which serves the Austin Bergstrom International Airport an estimated amount not to exceed $75,000, with four 12-month extension options in an amount not to exceed $75,000 per extension option, for a total contract amount not to exceed $375,000.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
39Authorize award and execution of contracts for light-duty vehicles through the Texas Local Government Purchasing Cooperative (BuyBoard) with CALDWELL COUNTRY CHEVROLET DBA BABY JACK II AUTOMOTIVE, LTD for the purchase of 28 light-duty vehicles in an amount not to exceed $836,241; GRAPEVINE DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP, LLC DBA GRAPEVINE DCJ, LLC for the purchase of 37 light-duty vehicles in an amount not to exceed $1,937,453; SILSBEE FORD, INC. for the purchase of 26 light-duty vehicles in an amount not to exceed $673,818; and SILSBEE TOYOTA, INC. for the purchase of one Prius in an amount not to exceed $24,122; for total contracts amount not to exceed $3,471,634.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
40Authorize award and execution of contracts for heavy–duty vehicles through the Texas Local Government Purchasing Cooperative with AUSTIN TRUCK & EQUIPMENT INC. LTD DBA FREIGHTLINER OF AUSTIN for the purchase of four heavy-duty vehicles in an amount not to exceed $188,722; and FARBER SPECIALTY VEHICLES INC. for the purchase of one mobile health van in an amount not to exceed $149,850; for total contracts amount not to exceed $338,572.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
41Authorize award and execution of contracts for a heavy-duty vehicle through the Houston-Galveston Area Council Cooperative with NATIONAL BUS SALES AND LEASING, INC. for the purchase of one bus in an amount not to exceed $84,319.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
42Authorize award and execution of a contract with POWER SUPPLY INC, for the purchase of generator circuit breakers for the switchgear at Austin Energy’s Mueller Energy Center in an amount not-to-exceed $157,900.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
43Authorize award and execution of a requirements supply contract with MELLOW JOHNNY'S LLC, to provide mountain bicycles for the Austin Police Department in an amount not to exceed $86,676.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
44Authorize award and execution of a 12-month requirements service contract with WATERS TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION, to provide preventative maintenance and repair services for the Ultra Performance Liquid Chromatograph Mass Spectrometer for the Austin Police Department, in an amount not to exceed $22,763, with four 12-month extension options in an amount not to exceed $23,446 for the first extension option, $24,149 for the second extension option, $24,874 for the third extension option, and $25,620 for the fourth extension option for a total contract amount not to exceed $120,852.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
45Authorize award and execution of a contract with TEXAS TIMBERJACK, INC. for the purchase of a brush truck body with crane and grapple for the Public Works Street & Bridge Department in an amount not to exceed $76,671.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
46Authorize award and execution of a 36-month requirements service contract with BUSCH SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL, INC. AND IPL, INC. to provide recycling containers in an amount not to exceed $270,000 each and combined, with three 12-month extension options in an amount not to exceed $90,000 per extension option each and combined, for a total contract amount not to exceed $540,000 each and combined.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
47Authorize award and execution of Amendment No. 3 to the contract with N-LINE TRAFFIC MAINTENANCE LP (WBE), for the rental of temporary traffic control devices and roadway pavement marking services to increase the contract value in an amount not to exceed $1,190,020 for a revised total contract amount not to exceed $5,950,102.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
48Authorize award and execution of a 36-month requirements service agreement with EXCELL ENVIRONMENTAL, INC. DBA EXCELL FUELING SYSTEMS, for the maintenance and repair of fuel tanks in an amount not to exceed $991,110, with three 12-month extension options in an amount not to exceed $330,370 per extension option, for an total contract amount not to exceed $1,982,220.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
49Authorize award, negotiation, and execution of a 12-month requirements service and supply contract with SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC BUILDINGS AMERICAS, INC for the continued maintenance and support of existing safety and security systems in City of Austin facilities in an amount not to exceed $1,912,800 with three 12-month extension options in amounts not to exceed $1,442,500 for the first extension option, $1,415,900 for the second option, and $1,080,300 for the third extension option, for a total contract amount not to exceed $5,851,500.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
50Authorize award, negotiation, and execution of a 36-month requirements service contract with INNOVYZE, INC. for hydrologic and hydraulic modeling software, training, and maintenance for the Watershed Protection Department in an amount not to exceed $66,825.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
51Authorize award, negotiation, and execution of a 60-month citywide service contract through the State of Texas Department of Information Resources with XEROX CORPORATION for the lease, installation and maintenance of multifunctional devices and managed services in an amount not to exceed $11,609,400 with one 60-month extension option in an amount not to exceed $12,269,782 for a total contract amount not to exceed $23,879,182.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
52Authorize award, negotiation, and execution of a service contract with ZUCKER SYSTEMS, or one of the other qualified offerors to Request for Proposal TVN0035 to provide consulting services for Planning and Development Review Department in an amount not to exceed $249,500.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
53Authorize award and execution of contract with LOADOMETER CORPORATION for portable wheel load scales in an amount not to exceed $78,320.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
54Authorize award and execution of a 12-month requirements supply contract with GT DISTRIBUTORS, INC. for the purchase of Whelen Brand Parts and Accessories for mobile lighting and signaling equipment for the City of Austin Wireless Office in an amount not to exceed $80,000, with four 12-month extension options in an amount not to exceed $80,000 per extension option, for a total contract amount not to exceed $400,000.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
55Authorize award and execution of a 36-month requirements supply agreement with KARMORE INCORPORATED DBA MEINEKE CAR CARE CENTER for vehicle exhaust system maintenance and repair services in an amount not to exceed $62,265, with three 12-month extension options in a total amount not to exceed $20,755 per extension option, for a total contract amount not to exceed $124,530.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
56Authorize award, negotiation, and execution of 36-month requirements service contracts with LEIGHFISHER, INC. to provide airport financial rates and financial planning services, UNISON CONSULTING, INC. to provide airport financial and strategic planning for capital improvement programs, and RICONDO AND ASSOCIATES, INC. to provide airport consolidated rental car facility and customer facility charges analysis, recommendations, and reports in an amount not to exceed $600,000 each and combined, with three 12-month extension options in an amount not to exceed $200,000 per extension option each and combined, for a total contract amount not to exceed $1,200,000 each and combined.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
57Authorize award and execution of three contracts for computer hardware and video equipment through the Department of Information Resources with APPLE INC. in an amount not to exceed $51,611; authorize award and execution of a contract through the Texas Local Government Purchasing Cooperative with B & H FOTO AND ELECTRONICS CORP. DBA B & H PHOTO VIDEO PRO AUDIO in an amount not to exceed $44,973; and a contract through the Texas Local Government Purchasing Cooperative with SOUTHERN COMPUTER WAREHOUSE, INC. DBA SCS SOUTHERN COMPUTER SUPPLIES, INC. in an amount not to exceed $17,774; for total contracts amount not to exceed $114,358.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
58Authorize award and execution of a 24-month requirements supply contracts with BEASLEY TIRE SERVICE – HOUSTON, INC. DBA BEASLEY TIRE SERVICE to provide tire retread and repair services in a total amount not to exceed $1,102,370, with four 12-month extension options in a total amount not to exceed $551,185 per extension option, for a total contract amount not to exceed $3,307,110.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
59Authorize award and execution of an 18-month requirements service contract with MATCO SERVICES INC., for the purchase of a system-wide distribution pole audit for Austin Energy in an amount not to exceed $1,481,700.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
60Authorize award, negotiation, and execution of a 12 month service contract with Cen-Tex Certified Development Corporation, dba BCL of Texas, or one of the other qualified offerors to RFP PAX0115 to provide underwriting services and technical assistance for commercial loan applications to small business owners for the Economic Development Department, in an amount not to exceed $90,000, with three 12 month extension options in an amount not to exceed $90,000 for each extension option, for a total contract amount not to exceed $360,000.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Transportation
61Authorize negotiation and execution of a six month agreement between the City and Movability Austin to expand the City’s involvement in transportation mobility programs, in an amount not to exceed $25,000.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
62Approve an ordinance amending City Code Section 12-4-64(D) to add a 25 miles per hour school zone on a segment of Escarpment Boulevard for the safety of students attending Mills Elementary School; and provide for emergency passage.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
63Approve a resolution authorizing the negotiation and execution of an advance funding agreement between the City and the Texas Department of Transportation to install bicycle signals and detection equipment at specific intersections.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
64Approve the 2014 Austin Strategic Mobility Plan, which includes the identification of roadways of regional significance, and a locally preferred alternative for urban rail on a route from the East Riverside corridor through Downtown, the Capitol Complex, and the University of Texas to Highland/ACC.
 APPROVED
Treasury Office
65Approve a resolution directing the publication of an Official Notice of Intention to Issue $50,050,000 City of Austin Certificates of Obligation Series 2014.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Watershed Protection Department
66Approve a resolution declaring the City of Austin's official intent to reimburse itself from Certificates of Obligation to be issued for expenditures in the total amount of $35,500,000 for costs associated with the Onion Creek buyouts of single family houses in flood-prone areas and related improvements. Related to Items #12, #28 and #67.
 APPROVED
67Approve an ordinance amending the Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Watershed Protection Department Capital Budget (Ordinance No. 20130909-002) to increase appropriations by $35,500,000 for the buyout and demolition of single family houses in the floodplain of Onion Creek near the intersection of South Pleasant Valley Road and East William Cannon Drive. Related to Items #12, #28 and #66.
 APPROVED
Item(s) from Council
68Approve appointments and certain related waivers to citizen boards and commissions, to Council subcommittees and other intergovernmental bodies and removal and replacement of members.
 APPROVED
69Approve a resolution initiating amendments to the City’s International Residential Code to reduce or eliminate building permit requirements for accessible ramps less than 30-inches high in single-family and duplex residential units.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
70Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to explore a capital improvement project related to the streetscape, sidewalk, and utility lines on West Avenue between 3rd Street and 7th Street.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
71Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to provide two budget items for City Council consideration during the Fiscal Year 2015 budget process that would fund the initial park readiness and a master plan for the City-owned land located at 401 West St. John's.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
72Approve an ordinance authorizing the reimbursement of certain costs for the Equal Parenting Rights Rally sponsored by the Equal Parenting Rights Movement of Texas which was held on Friday, June 13, 2014 beginning and ending at the Texas State Capitol building.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
73Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to evaluate the impact on small businesses of the charge for electric demand above ten kilowatts, including conducting stakeholder meetings with small businesses, and to report back to the Electric Utility Commission and the City Council with findings and potential policy options for minimizing the cost impact of the demand charge on customers having a demand of between ten and twenty kilowatts.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
74Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to analyze the impact on homeowners and the City budget of providing a general homestead exemption as a percentage of appraised value and to present this information to Council at the earliest possible budget or Council work session..
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
75Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to prepare an ordinance amending Section 2-1-26 of the City Code to include required military leave as an additional permissible reason for a city board member's failure to attend a regular meeting of the board to which the board member is appointed.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
76Approve a resolution amending the City’s state legislative agenda to include support for: (1) legislation that would create an affirmative defense to prosecution for patients who are being treated by a licensed physician and who use medical marijuana; or (2) legislation to legalize the use of medical marijuana.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
77Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to explore potential funding options in the Fiscal Year 2013-14 and 2014-15 budgets to allocate an additional $850,000 of one-time funds and/or provide repayment options for Phase 1 of Huston-Tillotson’s (HT) Community Health and Wellness (Center), and identify other opportunities to provide additional resources on an ongoing basis for programming at the HT Center.
  APPROVED
78Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to evaluate current funding levels for the Health and Human Services Department and social service contracting, and develop recommendations for a metric to determine the minimum level of funding in future budget years.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
79Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to prepare an ordinance amending City Code Section 2-1-125 to add one additional member to the City’s Commission on Immigrant Affairs to be appointed by Travis County.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
80Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to confer with the University of Texas to express the City’s continued concern about the ethical treatment of animals performing circuses, further directing that the City Manager, through the Austin Police Department, coordinate with the University of Texas Police Department to ensure that circus animals are treated humanely, and directing the City Manager to determine whether the City has authority under state and federal law to ban devices likely to cause physical injury, torment, or pain to animals in circuses, and to return to Council with a memo or draft ordinance by August 7, 2014.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
81Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to implement the recommendations resulting from the community meetings and the Parks and Recreation Board regarding future options for the use of City property located at 401 West St. Johns Avenue.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
82Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to consider all of the provisions of the Imagine Austin comprehensive plan in making recommendations to the Land Use Commission for applications to amend a preliminary plan.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
83Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to adopt a coyote conflict management strategy and coyote behavior classification chart.
 POSTPONED TO AUGUST 28, 2014
84Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to make recommendations on a process for permitting treehouses and other structures in the public right-of-way.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
85Approve an ordinance amending Ordinance No. 20140417-056 relating to pedicabs to extend the moratorium on new pedicab permits until January 1, 2015.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
86Approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 14-11 to include a new section requiring notice to the neighborhood plan contact team and the registered neighborhood organization when an application fee is received for an encroachment agreement within their boundaries.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
87Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to work with the Music Commission to facilitate musician loading and unloading downtown and report back with proposed solutions, including any Code amendments, by September 1, 2014.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
88Approve an ordinance reimbursing certain fees for the Solstice Austin event sponsored by Solstice which was held Saturday, June 21, 2014 at various locations throughout Austin.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
89Approve a resolution supporting a partnership with Austin Community College regarding redevelopment of the Highland Mall campus and directing the City Manager to report to Council a proposed timeline, steps, and funding sources related to the Highland Mall redevelopment project as well as for a timeline and proposed financing plan related to the Airport Boulevard corridor and form-based code.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
90Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to communicate to the Texas Department of Transportation the need for a stakeholder working group for Segment 4 of the I-35 Improvement Project to explore mobility improvements.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
91Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to examine issues that have arisen with the applicability of the Energy Conservation Audit and Disclosure ordinance (City Code Chapter 6-7) to smaller commercial facilities and to consider additional measures to facilitate compliance, such as enhanced education efforts, and present an update to the Council Committee on Austin Energy.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
92Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to conduct a pilot innovation project related to the development of a simplified solicitation procedure for an upcoming procurement, and report back to Council by August 10, 2014.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
93Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to conduct a pilot process improvement project related to the Human Resources Department hiring process and to report back to Council by August 10, 2014.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
94Approve a resolution directing the Commission for Women to engage with the Women's Engagement Group, a group of public stakeholders, hosted by the Central Health Board of Managers Ad Hoc Women's Health Committee, to support opportunities for dialogue on the provision of women's health services, and report back to Council with a status of the efforts.
 APPROVED AS AMENDED
95Approve an ordinance authorizing “In Light, a Sight-Specific Aerial Dance on IBC Bank,” as a City co-sponsored event for the year 2014, which will be held September 23-28, 2014 and waiving or reimbursing certain fees and waiving certain requirements
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
96Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to provide one-time funding for stabilization of the recently assumed Charles Umlauf home and studio, to include options for increased operational funding as a part of the Fiscal Year 2014-15 budget process.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
97Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to estimate the construction related utility fees assessed to the Sunshine Camps at Zilker Park and to include options for funding those utility fees from the General Fund as a part of the Fiscal Year 2014-15 Budget Process.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
98Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to inventory existing historic surveys and to provide a plan to conduct a phased approach for a city-wide Historic Resources Survey and to work with the Historic Landmark Commission and other stakeholders to develop priority areas of focus for the first phase.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
99Approve a resolution opposing the use of Travis County resources for implementation of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Secure Communities program, urging the Travis County Sheriff to stop complying with ICE detainers, directing the City Manager to research options to minimize or replace the City’s use of the Travis County Central Booking Facility, and directing the City Manager to send a copy of the resolution to the Travis County Judge, Commissioners, and Sheriff.
  APPROVED
100Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to convene community meetings to discuss development ideas for the 411 Chicon Street site and prepare analyses for Council resulting from the community meetings.
 APPROVED
101Approve an ordinance waiving or reimbursing certain fees and waiving certain requirements for the “Let’s Talk About It: A Discussion on Breaking Down Barriers to Mental Health Care in Communities of Color” training sponsored by the YWCA of Greater Austin which is to be held Friday, July 25, 2014 at the Asian American Resource Center.
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
102Approve a resolution to clarify that the Council’s intent in enacting Resolution No. 20140515-024, creating a stakeholder group to advise the Council on transportation network companies, was to have members of the Urban Transportation Commission’s Transportation Network Companies Committee act as a part of the stakeholder group, and not to have the stakeholder group and the Transportation Network Companies Committee meet separately.
 FAILED
Item(s) to Set Public Hearing(s)
103Set a public hearing to consider an ordinance renaming Rosewood Recreation Center, the Delores Duffie Recreation Center located at 1182 Pleasant Valley Rd. (Suggested date and time: August 7, 2014, 4:00 p.m. Travis County Commissioner’s Court, 700 Lavaca Street, Austin, TX).
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
104Set a public hearing to consider the reauthorization of the East Sixth Street Public Improvement District. (Suggested date and time: August 7, 2014, 4:00 p.m. at Travis County Commissioner’s Court, 700 Lavaca Street, Austin, TX)
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
105Set a public hearing to consider approval of the Ann and Roy Butler Trail at the Southeast Shore Master Plan. The Master Plan area includes existing parkland along the southeast shore of Lady Bird Lake from I-35 east to the Longhorn Dam at Pleasant Valley Road. (Suggested date and time: August 7, 2014, at 4:00 pm, Travis County Commissioner's Court, 700 Lavaca Street, Austin, TX.)
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
106Set a public hearing to consider an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 relating to requirements for parkland dedication in connection with building permits and subdivision plats. (Suggested date and time: August 7, 2014, 4:00 p.m. at Travis County Commissioner's Court, 700 Lavaca Street, Austin, TX).
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
107Set a public hearing to consider an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 relating to requirements for a sidewalk sign. (Suggested date and time: August 7, 2014, 4:00 p.m. at Travis County Commissioner’s Court, 700 Lavaca Street, Austin, TX).
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
108Set a public hearing to consider an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 relating to the placement of signage on a legally permitted right-of-way installation. (Suggested date and time: August 7, 2014, 4:00 p.m. at Travis County Commissioner’s Court, 700 Lavaca Street, Austin, TX).
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
109Set a public hearing to consider an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 to allow independent school districts to install and modify temporary, non-electronic, signs without a sign permit. (Suggested date and time: August 7, 2014, 4:00 p.m. at Travis County Commissioner’s Court, 700 Lavaca Street, Austin, TX).
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
110Set a public hearing to consider an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 to amend the boundary of the Northwest Park and Ride (Lakeline) Transit Oriented Development located at 9829 1/2 North Lake Creek Parkway. (Suggested date and time: August 7, 2014, 4:00 p.m. at Travis County Commissioner's Court, 700 Lavaca Street, Austin, TX).
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
111Set a public hearing to receive citizen feedback on the Boards and Commissions Transition Task Force report regarding the recommendations on changes to membership, purpose, and processes referenced in Sections 2 through 4 of the report. (Suggested date and time: August 7, 2014, 4:00 p.m. Travis County Commissioner’s Court, 700 Lavaca Street, Austin, TX).
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
112Set a public hearing to consider a proposed strategic partnership agreement (“SPA”) between the City and the Cascades Municipal Utility District No. 1 (“MUD”) which includes immediate limited purpose annexation and possible future full purpose annexation of the MUD. (Suggested dates and times: August 7, 2014 at 4:00 pm, at Travis County Commissioner's Court, 700 Lavaca Street, Austin, TX; August 28, 2014 at 4:00 pm, at Travis County Commissioner's Court, 700 Lavaca Street, Austin, TX).
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
Action on Item(s) with Closed Public Hearings - per City Code Section 2-5-27, additional speakers will not be registered
113Approve third reading of an ordinance and consider amending sections of City Code Chapters 25-1, 25-2, 25-5, 25-7 and 25-8 relating to Lake Austin (LA) District zoning regulations and general regulations for boat dock and shoreline development. (THE PUBLIC HEARING FOR THIS ITEM WAS HELD AND CLOSED ON MAY 15, 2014.). Related to Item #114
 APPROVED AS AMENDED
114Approve third reading of an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 to create a Lake Austin (LA) district zoning overlay extending environmental protections from the LA base zoning district to certain properties within 1,000 feet of Lake Austin. (THE PUBLIC HEARING FOR THIS ITEM WAS HELD AND CLOSED ON MAY 15, 2014.) Related to Item #113
 APPROVED
Executive Session
115Evaluate the performance of and consider compensation and benefits for the City Manager (Personnel matters- Section 551.074 of the Government Code)
 CONDUCTED
116Evaluate the performance of and consider compensation and benefits for the City Auditor (Personnel matters- Section 551.074 of the Government Code)
 CONDUCTED
117Discuss legal issues related to Open Government matters ( Private consultation with legal counsel- Section 551.071 of the Government Code).
 WITHDRAWN
118Discuss legal issues related to the transition to electing the council from single-member districts (Private consultation with legal counsel- Section 551.071 of the Government Code).
 WITHDRAWN
119Discuss legal issues related to the November 2014 election (Private consultation with legal counsel- Section 551.071 of the Government Code).
 WITHDRAWN
120Discuss legal issues related to Ahmede Bradley, et al. v. Officer Eric Copeland, et al., Cause No. 1:14-cv-00212-LY, in the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division. (Private consultation with legal counsel- Section 551.071 of the Government Code).
 WITHDRAWN
2:00 PM - Zoning Ordinances / Restrictive Covenants (HEARINGS CLOSED)
121C14-2014-0051 – 12th & Navasota – Approve second/third readings of an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as 1194, 1196, and 1198 Navasota Street (Waller Creek Watershed) from general commercial services-mixed use-conditional overlay-neighborhood conservation combining district-neighborhood plan (CS-MU-CO-NCCD-NP) combining district zoning to general commercial services-mixed use-conditional overlay-neighborhood conservation combining district-neighborhood plan (CS-MU-CO-NCCD-NP) combining district zoning, to change a condition of zoning. First Reading approved on February 13, 2014. Vote: 7-0. Owner: 12th and Waller, LP (Edward Butler). Applicant: City of Austin, Planning and Development Review Department (Jerry Rusthoven). City Staff: Heather Chaffin, 512-974-2122.
 APPROVED
2:00 PM - Zoning and Neighborhood Plan Amendments (Public Hearings and Possible Action)
122NPA-2014-0011.01 – 1001 East 50th Street and 4915 Harmon Ave. (MDC Programs Annex) –Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending Ordinance No. 020523-30, the North Loop Neighborhood Plan, an element of the Imagine Austin Comprehensive Plan, to change the land use designation on the future land use map (FLUM) on property locally known as 1001 East 50th Street and 4915 Harmon Ave (Boggy Creek Watershed; Tannehill Branch Watershed) from Single Family to Office land use. Staff Recommendation: To grant Office land use. Planning Commission Recommendation: To be reviewed on June 24, 2014. Owner/Applicant: Dick Rathgeber. City Staff: Maureen Meredith, 512-974-2695.
 POSTPONED TO AUGUST 28, 2014 AT THE REQUEST OF STAFF
123C14-2014-0023 – 1826 Oak Hill Med, LLC – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as 8515 FM 1826 Road (Williamson Creek Watershed-Barton Springs Zone) from limited office-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (LO-CO-NP) combining district zoning for Tract 1 and single family residence-standard lot-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (SF-2-CO-NP) combining district zoning for Tract 2, to limited office-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (LO-CO-NP) combining district zoning for Tracts 1 and 2. Staff Recommendation: To grant limited office-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (LO-CO-NP) combining district zoning for Tracts 1 and 2. Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant limited office-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (LO-CO-NP) combining district zoning for Tracts 1 and 2, with conditions. Owner/Applicant: Oak Hill Med, LLC (John Giries). Agent: Consort, Inc. (Ben Turner). City Staff: Wendy Rhoades, 512-974-7719.
 APPROVED
124C14-2014-0049 - Cooper Villas - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as 7805 Cooper Lane (South Boggy Creek Watershed) from general commercial services-conditional overlay (CS-CO) combining district zoning to multi-family residence-limited density (MF-1) district zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant multi-family residence-limited density-conditional overlay (MF-1-CO) combining district zoning. Zoning and Platting Commission Recommendation: To grant multi-family residence-limited density-conditional overlay (MF-1-CO) combining district zoning. Owner/Applicant: Cooper Villas Venture, LLC (Herman Cardenas). Agent: Barfield & Binkley, Inc. (Reynaldo Gonzalez). City Staff: Wendy Rhoades, 512-974-7719.
 APPROVED
125C14-2014-0052 – Cooper Lane Rezoning – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as 7405, 7409 and 7415 Cooper Lane (South Boggy Creek Watershed) from single family residence-standard lot (SF-2) district zoning to townhouse and condominium residence-conditional overlay (SF-6-CO) combining district zoning, as amended. Staff Recommendation: To grant townhouse and condominium residence-conditional overlay (SF-6-CO) combining district zoning, with conditions. Zoning and Platting Commission Recommendation: To grant townhouse and condominium residence-conditional overlay (SF-6-CO) combining district zoning, with conditions. Owner/Applicant: Dalton Mueller; Marval Property Investment (Michael Valenzuela). Agent: Thrower Design (Ron Thrower). City Staff: Wendy Rhoades, 512-974-7719.
 POSTPONED TO AUGUST 7,2014 AT REQUEST OF THE APPLICANT
126C14-2014-0053 – Walnut Park Crossing – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as 12304 Walnut Park Crossing (Walnut Creek Watershed) from limited office (LO) district zoning to multi-family residence-low density (MF-2) district zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant multi-family residence-low density (MF-2) district zoning, with conditions. Zoning and Platting Commission Recommendation: To grant multi-family residence-low density (MF-2) district zoning, with conditions. Owner/Applicant: Crestmont Office Center, LTD. (Jeffrey Schwartz); Brock Spavinaw Partnership, LTD. Agent: Civile, LLC (Lawrence M. Hanrahan). City Staff: Sherri Sirwaitis, 512-974-3057.
 APPROVED ON FIRST READING ONLY
127C14-2014-0059 – Horizon Rezoning – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as 13497 U.S. Highway 183 North (Lake Creek Watershed) from community commercial-conditional overlay (GR-CO) combining district zoning to commercial-liquor sales-conditional overlay (CS-1-CO) combining district zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant commercial-liquor sales-conditional overlay (CS-1-CO) combining district zoning. Zoning and Platting Commission Recommendation: To grant commercial-liquor sales-conditional overlay (CS-1-CO) combining district zoning. Owner/Applicant: Austin Horizon LLC & Horizon Ventures LLC. Agent: Thrower Design (A. Ron Thrower). City Staff: Sherri Sirwaitis, 512-974-3057.
 APPROVED
128C14-2014-0061 – Lake Creek Rezoning – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by zoning property locally known as 10313 Lake Creek Parkway (Lake Creek Watershed) from interim-rural residence (I-RR) district zoning to community commercial (GR) district zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant community commercial-conditional overlay (GR-CO) combining district zoning, with conditions. Zoning and Platting Commission Recommendation: To grant community commercial-conditional overlay (GR-CO) combining district zoning, with conditions. Owner/Applicant: Van Family Real Estate Partnership, Ltd. (Glenn Van Shellenbeck). Agent: Permit Partners (David Cancialosi). City Staff: Sherri Sirwaitis, 512-974-3057.
 APPROVED
129C14-2014-0062 – The Kenzie – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as 3201 Esperanza Crossing (Walnut Creek Watershed) from major industrial-planned development area (MI-PDA) combining district zoning to major industrial-planned development area (MI-PDA) combining district zoning, to change a condition of zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant major industrial-planned development area (MI-PDA) combining district zoning, to change a condition of zoning. Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant major industrial-planned development area (MI-PDA) combining district zoning, to change a condition of zoning. Owner/Applicant: Austin Domain Residential, LP (Thomas Bakewell). Agent: Land Solutions, LLC (Michele Haussmann). City Staff: Sherri Sirwaitis, 512-974-3057.
 APPROVED
130C14-2014-0064 - Commodore Perry Estate - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as 710 East 41st Street (Waller Creek Watershed) from community commercial-mixed use-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (GR-MU-CO-NP) combining district zoning for Tracts 1 and 2, and community commercial-mixed use-conditional overlay-historic landmark-neighborhood plan (GR-MU-CO-H-NP) combining district zoning for Tract 1A to community commercial-mixed use-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (GR-MU-CO-NP) combining district zoning for Tracts 1 and 2, and community commercial-mixed use-conditional overlay-historic landmark-neighborhood plan (GR-MU-CO-H-NP) combining district zoning for Tract 1A, to change conditions of zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant community commercial-mixed use-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (GR-MU-CO-NP) combining district zoning for Tracts 1 and 2, and community commercial-mixed use-conditional overlay-historic landmark-neighborhood plan (GR-MU-CO-H-NP) combining district zoning for Tract 1A, to change conditions of zoning. Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant community commercial-mixed use-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (GR-MU-CO-NP) combining district zoning for Tracts 1 and 2, and community commercial-mixed use-conditional overlay-historic landmark-neighborhood plan (GR-MU-CO-H-NP) combining district zoning for Tract 1A, to change conditions of zoning. Owner: Perry Estate, LLC (Clark Lyda). Applicant: Metcalfe, Wolff, Stuart & Williams, LLP (Michelle Rogerson Lynch). City Staff: Lee Heckman, 512-974-7604.
 APPROVED AS AMENDED
131C14-2014-0067 – 13219 U.S. Highway 183 Rezoning – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by zoning and rezoning property locally known as 13219 Research Boulevard (Lake Creek Watershed) from community commercial (GR) district zoning and interim-rural residence (I-RR) district zoning to community commercial (GR) district zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant community commercial (GR) district zoning. Zoning and Platting Commission Recommendation: To grant community commercial (GR) district zoning. Owner/Applicant: 13219 Highway 183, Ltd. (Paul Terrill). Agent: Holt Planners (David Holt). City Staff: Sherri Sirwaitis, 512-974-3057.
 APPROVED
132C14-2014-0071 – Congress Avenue Commercial Tract – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as 8832-1/2 South IH-35 Service Road (Onion Creek Watershed) from unzoned, development reserve (DR) district zoning and single family residence-standard lot (SF-2) district zoning to general commercial services (CS) district zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant general commercial services-conditional overlay (CS-CO) combining district zoning. Zoning and Platting Commission Recommendation: To grant general commercial services-conditional overlay (CS-CO) combining district zoning. Owner/Applicant: HEB Grocery Company, LP (Todd Piland). Agent: Bury, Inc. (Melissa Neslund). City Staff: Wendy Rhoades, 512-974-7719.
 APPROVED
133C14-2014-0073 – Public Storage – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as 14000 Owen Tech Boulevard (Walnut Creek Watershed) from community commercial (GR) district zoning to general commercial services (CS) district zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant general commercial services-conditional overlay (CS-CO) combining district zoning. Zoning and Platting Commission Recommendation: To grant general commercial services-conditional overlay (CS-CO) combining district zoning. Owner/Applicant: Owen Tech, LLC (Behzad Bahramni). Agent: Jackson Walker, L.L.P. (Katherine Loayza). City Staff: Sherri Sirwaitis, 512-974-3057.
 APPROVED
134C14-2014-0074 – Cedar Bend Ambulatory Surgery Center – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as 2410 Cedar Bend Drive (Walnut Creek Watershed) from general office-conditional overlay (GO-CO) combining district zoning to general office-conditional overlay (GO-CO) combining district zoning, to change a condition of zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant general office-conditional overlay (GO-CO) combining district zoning, to change a condition of zoning. Zoning and Platting Commission Recommendation: To grant general office-conditional overlay (GO-CO) combining district zoning, to change a condition of zoning. Owner: Austin Diagnostic Clinic (John Ratcliff). Applicant/Agent: City of Austin-Planning and Development Review Department (Sherri Sirwaitis). City Staff: Sherri Sirwaitis, 512-974-3057.
 APPROVED
135C814-97-0001.11 – Leander Rehabilitation PUD Amendment #12 – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as North F.M. 620 Road (Lake Creek Watershed) from planned unit development (PUD) district zoning to planned unit development (PUD) district zoning, to change a condition of zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant planned unit development (PUD) district zoning. Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant planned unit development (PUD) district zoning. Owner/Applicant: Austin 129, LLC. Agent: Metcalfe Wolff Stuart & Williams (Michele R. Lynch). City Staff: Sherri Sirwaitis, 512-974-3057.
 APPROVED
136C814-06-0106.02 – Hyatt PUD Amendment #2 – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as 208 Barton Springs Road (Lady Bird Lake Watershed) from planned unit development-neighborhood plan (PUD-NP) combining district zoning to planned unit development-neighborhood plan (PUD-NP) combining district zoning, to change a condition of zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant planned unit development-neighborhood plan (PUD-NP) combining district zoning, to change a condition of zoning. Planning Commission Recommendation: To be reviewed on June 24, 2014. Owner: Tantallon Austin Hotel, LLC (Terry M. Shaikh). Applicant: Edinburgh Management, LLC (Shelly Schadegg). City Staff: Lee Heckman, 512-974-7604.
 POSTPONED TO AUGUST 7, 2014 AT REQUEST OF STAFF
137C814-2012-0085.01 - Estancia Hill Country PUD-First Amendment - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-2 by rezoning property locally known as 12814 Interstate Highway 35 South and FM 1327 (Puryear Road) at South IH 35 Service Road Southbound (Onion Creek Watershed) from planned unit development (PUD) district zoning to planned unit development (PUD) district zoning, to change a condition of zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant planned unit development (PUD) district zoning, to change a condition of zoning. Zoning and Platting Commission Recommendation: To grant indefinite postponment. Owner/Applicant: Sevengreen One LTD; Quartersage II LTD; Reverde Three LTD; IV Capitol Pointe LTD; Stone Pointe Five LTD; Saladia VI LTD; Paol Grande Seven LTD; High Point Green VIII LTD; Golondrina Nine LTD; X Cordoniz LTD; Ciero Eleven LTD; Zaguan XII LTD; Thirteen Canard LTD; Ruissea XIV LTD; Dindon Fifteen LTD; Bois de Chene XVI LTD; Etourneau Seventeen LTD; Moineau XVIII LTD; SLF III - Onion Creek LP (The Stratford Company-Ocie Vest); Lennar Homes of Texas Land and Construction, LTD (Ryan Mattox). Agent: City of Austin-Planning and Development Review Department. City Staff: Wendy Rhoades, 512-974-7719.
 POSTPONED INDEFINITLY BY STAFF
2:00 PM - Briefing on Planned Unit Development Assessments
138CD-2014-0010 – Presentation and discussion of development assessment of the Austin Oaks Planned Unit Development, located at the southwest corner of Spicewood Springs Road and Mopac Expressway (3409, 3420, 3429, 3445, 3520, 3636, 3701, 3721, 3724, and 3737 Executive Center Drive and 7601, 7718, and 7719 Wood Hollow Drive) within the Shoal Creek Watershed.
 CONDUCTED
139CD-2014-0005.SH - Presentation and discussion of development assessment of the Colony Park Sustainable Community Initiative Planned Unit Development, located at Loyola Lane and Wentworth Drive, within the Walnut Creek Watershed - Desired Development Zone.
 CONDUCTED
4:00 PM - Public Hearings and Possible Actions
140Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance regarding CenterPoint Energy's proposal to increase customer gas rates.
 APPROVED
141Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance regarding floodplain variances for the construction of a new single-family residence and a second dwelling at 5505 Jim Hogg Avenue as requested by the owner of the property. The property is partially in the 25-year floodplain and entirely in the 100-year floodplain of the Hancock Branch of Shoal Creek.
 APPROVED
142Conduct a public hearing to receive citizen comments on the City’s Draft Five Year Consolidated Plan for Fiscal Years 2014-2019, Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2014-2015, and the Community Development 2014-2015 Program.
 CONDUCTED
143Conduct a public hearing and consider an appeal regarding the decision to issue an outdoor music venue permit to Ski Shores Café at 2905 Pearce Road.
 WITHDRAWN
144Conduct a public hearing and consider an appeal of the Waterfront Planning Advisory Board’s denial of a request to increase the allowable impervious cover for 1106 Lambie St. from 40% to 55%.
 POSTPONED TO AUGUST 7, 2014
145Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 related to the mobile retail sale of goods and services.
 APPROVED
146Conduct a public hearing and consider a resolution to expand the Austin Downtown Public Improvement District by adding one parcel as requested by the property owner.
 APPROVED
147Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance regarding floodplain variances for construction of a mixed-use building and associated parking at 718 W. 5th Street (known as 5th and West) within the 25-year and 100-year floodplains of Shoal Creek.
 APPROVED
148Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance naming the parkland located at 3000 Del Curto Road.
 APPROVED FIRST READING ONLY AS AMENDED
149Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance adopting the Urban Trails Master Plan.
 POSTPONED TO AUGUST 28, 2014
150Authorize additional funding for negotiation and execution of a Job Order Assignment to JAMAIL & SMITH CONSTRUCTION to renovate existing Council Chambers and Executive Sessions Conference Room to accommodate four new Council Members for an additional amount of $148,803.14 with a maximum contingency of $169,200.79 for a total not-to-exceed amount of $846,003.93. ( Notes: This contract was awarded in compliance with City Code Chapter 2-9A (Minority Owned and Women Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program) with 5.88% MBE and 1.81% WBE subcontractor participation. )
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
151Approve a resolution adopting a resolution of the Joint Subcommittees of the Austin City Council, the Austin Independent School District Board of Trustees, and the Travis County Commissioner's Court supporting efforts to provide financial and other assistance to the Family Resource Centers, directing the City Manager to identify funding available to assist with critical short-term and long-term needs of the centers, and authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute an interlocal agreement addressing the centers' short-term financial needs. ( Notes: SPONSOR: Council Member Kathie Tovo CO 1: Council Member Laura Morrison )
 APPROVED ON CONSENT
152Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance approving a Project Consent Agreement under City Code Section 25-1-544 to allow construction of a single-family residential development at 5816 Harper Park Drive in the East Oak Hill Neighborhood Planning Area; waiving strict compliance with Chapter 25-8 and Section 25-1-132; and adopting a site-specific amendment to the Save Our Springs Initiative. This action concerns land located in the Barton Springs zone.
 FAILED

Adjourn

 

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