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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
FOR THE MEETING AT 7:00 P.M. TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2019
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER, CITY HALL
200 TEXAS STREET, FORT WORTH, TEXAS

I.    CALL TO ORDER
  
II.    INVOCATION - Father Jaison Mangalath, SVD, St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church
  
III.   

PLEDGES OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE UNITED STATES AND THE STATE OF TEXAS
(State of Texas Pledge: "Honor the Texas flag; I pledge allegiance to thee, Texas, one state under God, one and indivisible.")

  
IV.    CONSIDERATION OF THE MINUTES OF THE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION AND REGULAR MEETING OF DECEMBER 11, 2018
  
V.    ITEMS TO BE WITHDRAWN FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA
  
VI.    ITEMS TO BE CONTINUED OR WITHDRAWN BY STAFF
  
VII.    CONSENT AGENDA
   Items on the Consent Agenda require little or no deliberation by the City Council. Approval of the Consent Agenda authorizes the City Manager, or his designee, to implement each item in accordance with staff recommendations.
  
A. General - Consent Items
1. M&C G-19443 - Verify Completion of Rehabilitation Project for the Historic and Cultural Landmark Property Located at 921 Marion Avenue and Declare said Property to be Entitled to a Historic Site Tax Exemption (COUNCIL DISTRICT 8)
2. M&C G-19444 - Authorize Payment to the Retired Employees' Group Death Benefit Fund in the Amount of $382,768.00 for Payments of Retiree Death Benefits, in Accordance with the City Code (ALL COUNCIL DISTRICTS)
3. M&C G-19445 - Authorize Amendment No. 2 in the Amount of $500,000.00 to each of the following Professional Services Agreements, City Secretary Contracts Nos. 48833 Teague Nall & Perkins, Inc., 48835 VRX, Inc., 48836 Freese and Nichols, Inc., 48837 Multatech Engineering, Inc., and 48838 Lamb-Star Engineering, L.P. for Construction Inspection Services for Various City Construction Projects Increasing each Agreement Amount Up to $1,400,000.00 Annually (ALL COUNCIL DISTRICTS)
4. M&C G-19446 - Authorize Establishment of Quiet Zones at Seven TEXRail Crossings - East 1st Street, 29th Street, Decatur Avenue, Schwartz Avenue, Deen Road, Sylvania Avenue, and Beach Street in Support of the TEXRail Project (COUNCIL DISTRICTS 2, 4, and 8)
5. M&C G-19447 - Adopt Ordinance to Establish the Sewer Per Acre Charge in the Amount of $413.22 Per Acre for a Sewer Main Extension Beginning 6,738 Linear Feet West of 10201 Warehouse Way to Serve 1,030 acres (Sanitary Sewer Improvements to Serve Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD Maintenance, Transportation and Warehouse Facility) and to Establish the Basin Boundaries, Pursuant to Chapter 35, Article III, Division 3, Sections 35-81 through 35-86 of the City Code (ETJ and COUNCIL DISTRICT 7)
6. M&C G-19448 - Adopt Ordinance to Establish the Sewer Per Acre Charge in the Amount of $561.31 Per Acre for a Sewer Main Extension to Serve 6,274.62 Acres (Skyline Ranch and Walnut Creek) located at 6601 Longvue Ave (FM 2871) and to Establish the Basin Boundaries, Pursuant to Chapter 35, Article III, Division 3, Sections 35-81 through 35-86 of the City Code (ETJ and COUNCIL DISTRICT 3)
  
B. Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services - Consent Items - None
  
C. Land - Consent Items
1. M&C L-16174 - Authorize Execution of Pre-Annexation Development Agreement with All Storage Walsh Ranch, LLC for Property Located in Fort Worth's Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in Parker County (FUTURE COUNCIL DISTRICT 3)
2. M&C L-16175 - Authorize a Twenty Year License Agreement to Leroy and Mary Lois Howard Revocable Living Trust for Use of Approximately 1.056 Acres of Land and Temporary Use of Approximately 1.58 Acres of Land Contiguous to the License Area, Being a Portion of City-Owned Property Known as Southeast Landfill Addition, Block 1, Lot 2-R, Tarrant County, Texas, for Construction, Installation, Maintenance, Repair, and Operation of a Roadway to Access 4900 Freeman Drive, Fort Worth, Texas (COUNCIL DISTRICT 8)
3. M&C L-16176 - Authorize Execution of Amendment No. 3 to Lease Agreement with International Sister Cities Association of Fort Worth, Inc., for Office Space in the City Hall Annex Building in the Amount of $100.00 Per Year to Extend the Term for One Additional Year and Add Four Additional One-Year Renewals (COUNCIL DISTRICT 9)
  
D. Planning & Zoning - Consent Items - None
  
E. Award of Contract - Consent Items
1. M&C C-28983 - Authorize Execution of a Radio Subscriber Services Agreement with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission for the Provision of Two-Way Radio Support Services at No Cost to the City of Fort Worth (ALL COUNCIL DISTRICTS)
2. M&C C-28984 - Authorize Agreement with TIAA to be the Third-Party Administrator for the City of Fort Worth's 457 Deferred Compensation Plan (ALL COUNCIL DISTRICTS)
3. M&C C-28985 - Authorize Execution of a Contract with Joe Funk Construction, Inc., in the Amount of $359,846.00 for Bridge Rehabilitation on Four Bridges in Two Locations (COUNCIL DISTRICTS 4 and 7)
4. M&C C-28986 - Authorize Execution of a Contract with Gibson & Associates, Inc., in the Amount of $469,315.00 for Bridge Rehabilitation at Five Locations (COUNCIL DISTRICTS 2, 3, 7, 8 and 9)
5. M&C C-28987 - Authorize Execution of a Three-Year Lease with a Two-Year Renewal Option with the Hertz Corporation for Office Space and Parking Spaces at the Municipal Parking Garage Located at 917 Taylor Street at an Annual Rent of $46,851.48 the First Year (COUNCIL DISTRICT 9)
6. M&C C-28988 - Authorize Execution of Amendment No. 2, in the Amount of $172,000.00 to the Professional Services Agreement with Halff Associates, Inc., for Channel Inventory and Mapping for a Revised Contract Amount of $1,472,000.00 and an Extension of the Contract Term, and Authorize Transfer of Funds (ALL COUNCIL DISTRICTS)
7. M&C C-28989 - Authorize Execution of a Construction Contract with McClendon Construction Company, Inc., in the Amount of $1,482,011.00 for Roadway Construction for Westport Parkway and Alta Vista Road Roundabout and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance (COUNCIL DISTRICT 7)
8. M&C C-28990 - Authorize Execution of a Contract with Venus Construction Company, Inc., in the Amount of $2,897,370.00 for Marine Creek Interceptor M-279A & M-365 Improvements, Phase II, Part 1, Provide for Project Costs, Materials Testing and Contingencies for a Total Amount of $3,375,830.00, Adopt Resolution Expressing Official Intent to Reimburse Expenditures with Proceeds of Future Debt and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance (COUNCIL DISTRICT 2)
9. M&C C-28991 - Authorize Acceptance of a Monetary Donation for the Water Department from Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. in the Amount of $10,000.00 to Support the Annual Fix-A-Leak Week 5K Race and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance (ALL COUNCIL DISTRICTS)
10. M&C C-28992 - Authorize Execution of Engineering Agreement with Wade Trim, Inc., in the Amount of $505,507.00 for Combined Water, Sanitary Sewer and Paving Improvements for 2018 CIP Year 1, Contract 14 and Year 3, Contract 13 and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance (COUNCIL DISTRICT 7)
11. M&C C-28993 - Authorize Execution of Engineering Agreement with Dunaway Associates, L.P. in the Amount of $773,613.00 for Combined Water, Sanitary Sewer and Paving Improvements for 2018 CIP Year 2, Contracts 17 and 18 and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance (COUNCIL DISTRICT 9)
  
VIII.    PRESENTATIONS BY THE CITY SECRETARY - CONSENT ITEMS
   1. Notice of Claims for Alleged Damages and/or Injuries  
  
IX.    SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS, INTRODUCTIONS, ETC.
   1. Presentation by Fort Worth Stock Show
   2. Presentation of Proclamation for National CRNA Week
   3. Presentation by Directions Home and Tarrant County Homeless Coalition on 100 Day Veteran Challenge
   4. Presentation by Greater Fort Worth Association of Realtors
  
X.    ANNOUNCEMENTS BY CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS AND STAFF
   1. Upcoming and Recent Events
   2. Recognition of Citizens
   3. Approval of Ceremonial Travel
  
XI.    PRESENTATIONS BY THE CITY COUNCIL
   1. Changes in Membership on Boards and Commissions
  
XII.    PRESENTATIONS AND/OR COMMUNICATIONS FROM BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND/OR CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEES
  
XIII.    RESOLUTIONS
   1. A Resolution Accepting the Filing of a Petition to Establish a Public Improvement District to be Known as Fort Worth Public Improvement District No. 20 (East Lancaster Avenue); Setting a Date for a Public Hearing; Authorizing the Publication of Notice; and Enacting Other Provisions Relating Thereto
   Attachment(s):
  RESOLUTION - Lancaster PID.pdf
   2. A Resolution Designating the Northside Neighborhood as the Neighborhood Improvement Program Target Area for Fiscal Year 2019 and Supporting the Use of $3,052,000.00 in Capital Funds for the Program
   Attachment(s):
  RESOLUTION - Northside Neighborhood 2019 Target Area.pdf
  
XIV.    ZONING HEARING
  
1. ZC-18-156 - (CD 3) - Mary Wellman Trust, 10501 - 11041 blocks Chapin Road; From: "A-5" One-Family To: "R1" Zero Lot Line/Cluster 21.81 acres (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission) (Continued from a Previous Meeting) 
2. ZC-18-161 - (CD 8) - Amon G Carter Estate, et al, 6501 Oak Grove Road; From: "A-5" One-Family To: "K" Heavy Industrial 142.52 acres (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission) (Continued from a Previous Meeting) 
3. ZC-18-171 - (CD 6) - Pate Ranch Land, LP, Pate Ranch Commercial LP, 7400 - 7500 blocks Chisholm Trail Parkway; From: "PD 1064" Planned Development for all uses in "MU-2" High Intensity Mixed-Use excluding: community home, group home I & II, probation or parole office, electric power substation, telecommunications tower (allow stealth towers & antennas on buildings), baseball/softball facility (commercial), massage parlor (allow massage therapy), mortuary or funeral home, newspaper distribution center, pawn shop, tattoo parlor, taxidermist shop, automotive repair, paint & body shop, recreational vehicle (RV) sales/service, assaying, assembly of pre-manufactured parts, except for vehicle, trailers, airplanes or mobile homes, bottling works, milk or soft drinks, food processing (no slaughtering), manufacture of artificial flowers, ornaments, awning, tents, bags, cleaning/polishing preparations, boats under 28 ft. in length, brooms or brushes, buttons and novelties, canvas products, clothing, suits, coats, or dresses for wholesale trade, monument/marble works, finishing and carving only, monument works, stone, paper box manufacturing, pattern shop, printing, lithographing, book-binding, newspaper or publishing, rubber stamping, shearing/punching, sheet metal shop, welding shop, custom work (not structural), airport, aviation field, or landing area (allow helistop), railroad roundhouse or railroad car repair shop, recycling collection facility, storage outside (display outside allowed), trailer, portable, sales, construction or storage, site plan required
To: PD/CF Planned Development for all uses in "CF" Community Facilities, site plan included for a school 12.66 acres (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission) (Continued from a Previous Meeting) 
4. ZC-18-174 - (CD 3) - 1 Thirty One Motorcars, LLC, 2951 block Alemeda Street; From: "G" Intensive Commercial To: PD/G Planned Development for all uses in "G" Intensive Commercial plus car storage facility; site plan required for auto storage use only 5.01 acres (Recommended for Approval as Amended by the Zoning Commission to add notes to site plan no flags/banners, lighting, signage, screening)
5. ZC-18-179 - (CD 2) - Juan Marquez, 7200 Marvin Brown Street, 7201 and 7205 Gillis Johnson Street; From: "A-5" One-Family, PD 423 Planned Development/Specific Use for specialty woodworking and manufacturing; site plan waived To: "A-5" One-Family (7201 Gillis Johnson) and Amend PD 423 Planned Development to add mobile home for residential use, remove woodshop and add indoor equipment storage with no outside storage; site plan waiver recommended (7205 Gillis Johnson and 7200 Marvin Brown) 0.86 acres (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)
6. ZC-18-180 - (CD 8) - Ileana Velasco, 701 E. Jefferson Avenue; From: "J" Medium Industrial To: "B" Two-Family 0.15 acres (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)
7. ZC-18-187 - (CD 5) - Gracia M. Briceno, 3209 and 3213 Hangar Avenue; From: "ER" Neighborhood Commercial Restricted To: "A-5" One-Family 0.31 acres (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)
8. ZC-18-188 - (CD 7) - Robert E. Larance, B. Larance Grocery, 2300 Merrick, 5201 and 5209 Collinwood Avenue; From: "B" Two-Family To: PD/SU Planned Development/Specific Use for grocery store only with "E" Neighborhood Commercial development standards and to allow alcohol sales for on premise consumption in existing grocery store; site plan included with waivers to setback, parking, supplemental buffers and landscaping 0.48 acres ( Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)
9. ZC-18-189 - (CD 2) - Charles R. Lasater, Lasater Ltd., Partnership, 800 E. Harmon Road and 7764 Blue Mound Road; From: "E" Neighborhood Commercial To: PD/CR Planned Development for all uses in "CR" Low Density Multifamily with development standards plus cottage community, with waivers to URD submission and certain standards, site plan included for cottage community only 14.37 acres (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)
10. ZC-18-190 - (CD 4) - Yun Kyong Chu, 4001 Fain Street; From: "E" Neighborhood Commercial To: "D" High Density Multifamily 5.87 acres (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)
11. ZC-18-194 - (CD 3) - Texas Christian University, 3700 W. Berry Street; From: PD 422 "PD/SU" Planned Development/Specific Use for all uses in "CF" Community Facilities plus athletic facilities/baseball field. No concerts. No sales or consumption of alcohol; site plan included
To: Amend PD 422 to allow alcohol sales for on premises consumption 6.08 acres (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)
12. ZC-18-195 - (CD 8) - Whitrock Inc., 2225 E. Lancaster; From: "FR" General Commercial Restricted To: PD/FR Planned Development for all uses in "FR" General Commercial Restricted plus commissary with food truck parking; site plan included 0.91 acres (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)
13. ZC-18-196 - (CD 7) - Geocat Properties Inc., Geocat Residential LLC, 6001 River Oaks Boulevard, 5500 and 5589 Red Cardinal Lane; From: "B" Two-Family and "E" Neighborhood Commercial To: "E" Neighborhood Commercial 1.24 acres (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)
14. SP-18-013 - (CD 8) - Fort Worth Mason Heights LP, 2801 and 2829 Moresby; From: PD 916 for PD/D for multifamily units with a higher density with 30 units per acre with development standards; site plan required
To: Provide required site plan for multifamily development 4.55 acres (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)
15. ZC-18-199 - (CD 7) - Fort Growth Partners LP, 5201 White Settlement Road; From: "B" Two-Family and "FR" General Commercial Restricted To: "MU-1" Low Intensity Mixed-Use 0.99 acres (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)
16. ZC-18-201 - (CD 7) - Chapel Hill Venture LLP, Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD, 3000 - 3500 blocks W. Bonds Ranch road, 10000 block Saginaw Boulevard, 9050 Boat Club Road; From: PD 424 Planned Development/Specific Use for mixed use and residential form based code; site plan required
To: "A-10" One-Family, "A-7.5" One-Family, "A-5" One-Family, "R1" Zero Lot Line/Cluster, "D" High Density Multifamily, "E" Neighborhood Commercial, "F" General Commercial and "CF" Community Facilities 1149.13 acres (Recommended for Approval as Amended to A-10 and A-7.5 for parcel 20 by the Zoning Commission) (Continued from a Previous Meeting) 
17. ZC-18-202 - (CD 7) - LVG Investments LLC, 100, 105, 108, 116, and 125 Crystal Springs Boulevard, 113 and 129 Western Swing Way; From: "PD 724" Planned Development for all uses in "MU-1" Low Intensity Mixed-Use plus bars, farmers market, and mobile vendors with development standards; site plan required
To: Amend and clarify PD 724 development standards to allow up to 6 stories, 70 units/acre, waiver to bufferyard/supplemental setback requirement, no parking maximum and building entry requirement; site plan waiver recommended 13.41 acres (Recommended for Approval as Amended by the Zoning Commission to limit Block 5 to 5 stories)
18. ZC-18-204 - (CD 9) - Matthew and Kaylyn Sisk, 2520 S. University Drive; From: "B" Two-Family with TCU Overlay To: "PD/ER" Planned Development for all uses in "ER" Neighborhood Commercial Restricted plus spa with TCU Overlay; with waivers to supplemental setbacks; site plan included 0.19 acres (Recommended for Denial by the Zoning Commission)
19. ZC-19-002 - (CD 9) - Craig Baird, 921 8th Avenue; From: "NS-T5I" Near Southside/Urban Center To: "G" Intensive Commercial 0.29 acres (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)
  
XV.    REPORT OF THE CITY MANAGER
  
A. Benefit Hearing - None
  
B. General
1. M&C G-19449 - Denial of Extension of Occupational Injury Leave-of-Absence Pay Benefits for Police Officer Tim Dean (ALL COUNCIL DISTRICTS)
2. M&C G-19450 - Ratify Application for and Acceptance of a Better Cities for Pets Grant in the Amount of $50,000.00, Waive Indirect Costs and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance (ALL COUNCIL DISTRICTS)
3. M&C G-19451 - Adopt Ordinance to Establish the Sewer Per Acre Charge in the Amount of $45.66 Per Acre for a Sewer Main to Serve 2,132.41 Acres (Crowley Deer Creek Main-L) Located within the City of Crowley Near 13421 McCart Ave and to Establish the Basin Boundaries, Pursuant to Chapter 35, Article III, Division 3, Sections 35-81 through 35-86 of the City Code (ETJ and ADJACENT TO COUNCIL DISTRICT 6)
  
C. Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services - None
  
D. Land - None
  
E. Planning & Zoning - None
  
F. Award of Contract
1. M&C C-28980 - Authorize Execution of an Engineering Services Contract with Halff Associates, Inc., in the Amount of $148,000.00 for the Engineering-Related Professional Services for the Trinity Trails - River Trails Park to River Legacy Park Trail Project (COUNCIL DISTRICT 5)  (Continued from a Previous Meeting) 
2. M&C C-28994 - Authorize Execution of a Five-Year Tax Abatement Agreement with Keeton Industries, Inc., for the Construction of a Commercial Building for Storage of Materials at 912 E. Vickery Boulevard in the Evans and Rosedale Neighborhood Empowerment Zone (COUNCIL DISTRICT 8)
3. M&C C-28995 - Authorize Execution of a Contract with William J. Schultz, Inc., d/b/a Circle C Construction Company, in the Amount of $3,420,821.00 for Crowley Relief Interceptor M-325 for Village Creek Basin, Part 3, Provide for Project Costs for a Total Project Total in the Amount of $11,188,555.00, Adopt Resolution Expressing Official Intent to Reimburse Expenditures with Proceeds of Future Debt and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance (COUNCIL DISTRICT 6)
  
XVI.    PUBLIC HEARING
   1. First Public Hearing for Proposed Owner-Initiated Annexation of Approximately 18.82 Acres of Land in Denton County, Known as the Mitchell Tract, in the Far North Planning Sector, AX-18-009 (FUTURE COUNCIL DISTRICT 7)
                a. Report of City Staff
                b. Citizen Comments
   Attachment(s):
  PH 1 - Report AX-18-009.pdf
   2.

First Public Hearing for Proposed Owner-Initiated Annexation of Approximately 12.7 Acres of Land in Denton County, Known as the D. Wood Tract, in the Far North Planning Sector, AX-18-0010 (FUTURE COUNCIL DISTRICT 7)
                a. Report of City Staff
                b. Citizen Comments

   Attachment(s):
  PH 1 - Report AX-18-0010.pdf
   3. First Public Hearing for Proposed Owner-Initiated Annexation of Approximately 13.25 Acres of Land in Denton County, Known as the C. Bellinghausen Tract, in the Far North Planning Sector, AX-18-0011 (FUTURE COUNCIL DISTRICT 7)
                a. Report of City Staff
                b. Citizen Comments
   Attachment(s):
  PH 1 - Report AX-18-0011.pdf
  
XVII.    CITIZEN PRESENTATIONS
  
XVIII.    EXECUTIVE SESSION (CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE ROOM, CITY HALL, ROOM 290) - See Attachment B
   Attachment(s):
  Executive Session Agenda - Attachment B.pdf
  
XIX.    ADJOURNMENT
  

According to the City Council Rules of Procedures, individual citizen presentations shall be limited to three minutes, and group presentations shall be limited to six minutes. At the Mayor’s discretion, time limits may be reasonably extended.

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