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AND WE WILL GO

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INTO OUR REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING.

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I CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER AT EIGHT 13 AND STATE THAT THE NOTICE OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING WAS DULY POSTED.

I WILL NOW DO A ROLL CALL OF CITY COUNCIL AS I CALL YOUR NAME.

PLEASE STATE HERE PRESENT MAYOR PRO TEM PRESTON PRESENCE COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS COUNCIL MEMBER STERLING.

PRESENT COUNCIL MEMBER BONEY PRESENT COUNCIL MEMBER MORALIST.

PRESENT.

COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY PRESENT.

I WILL NOW DO A ROLL CALL THE CITY STAFF AS I CALL YOUR NAME, PLEASE STAY HERE.

PRESENT IT.

I'M INTERIM CITY MANAGER, BILL ATKINSON, ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER GLEN MARTEL.

OKAY.

CITY ATTORNEY JAMO.

PRESENT CITY SECRETARY MARIA JACKSON.

OKAY.

DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS.

STACY WALKER.

PRESENT FIRE CHIEF, EUGENE CAMPBELL, CHIEF CAMPBELL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR.

TAMIKA JEWITT.

YEAH, POLICE CHIEF MIKE BERENSON.

PRESENT.

SHAZAD SHOT YOUR WALLAH.

DOUG, IS HE STILL ON THE CALL? OKAY.

YES, I SEE HIM ON THERE.

CAN YOU HEAR US OKAY.

PLANNING MANAGER, JENNIFER THOMAS GOMEZ, PRESENT SKYMARK MARK DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, ERIC ONGUARD, S T O N ARCHITECTS.

CYNTHIA RAMIREZ, PRESENT DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, OLDEST SPRINGS, RECREATION SUPERINTENDENT BROWN, DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICES.

ELENA PORTIS.

ELENA, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS, CITY ENGINEERS, SHAWSHEE KUMAR , SHASHI, UH, OUR DURA, JEFF PETER'S PRESENT, ANIMAL SERVICES MANAGER, GOLF, KNEE PRESENT.

IS THERE ANYONE ELSE WHO I DID NOT CALL YOUR NAME THAT'S PRESENT? MARIA, JUST TO CONFIRM, WE ONLY HAVE UM, SHAZAD THAT'S SET TO SPEAK DURING, UM, PRESENTATIONS, CORRECT? NO ONE ELSE SIGNED UP TO SPEAK DURING PUBLIC CLIMATE, RIGHT? THERE ARE NO PUBLIC COMMENT REQUESTS.

OKAY.

WE'LL HAVE THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE BY ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER, MARTEL.

YOU PLEASE JOIN ME IN THE PLEDGE.

I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO THE REPUBLIC FOR WHICH IT STANDS, ONE NATION UNDER GOD, INDIVISIBLE, WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU, GLENN.

WE WILL NOW

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HAVE PRESENTATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS AND WE WILL START WITH RECOGNIZE MAY 1ST, 2020 AS LAW DAY IN THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY AND CITY ATTORNEY YAMILA WILL ACCEPT THE PROCLAMATION.

IF YOU GIVE ME ONE MINUTE, I WILL GET TO THE PROCLAMATION AMERICAN WOMEN FOUGHT FOR AND WON THE VOTE THROUGH THEIR VOICE AND ACTION.

THE WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT FOREVER.

CHANGE AMERICA, EXPANDING REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY AND INSPIRING OTHER POPULAR MOVEMENTS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE AND REFORM.

THE 2020 LAW DAY THEME IS YOUR VOTE, YOUR BOYS, OUR DEMOCRACY, THE 19TH AMENDMENT AT 100 NOW.

THEREFORE, I YOLANDA FOR MAYOR ON BEHALF OF THE CITY COUNCIL AND THE CITIZENS OF THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY DO HEREBY PROCLAIM MAY 1ST, 2020 AS LAW DAY IN THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY.

I URGE EVERYONE TO OBSERVE THIS DAY BY LEARNING ABOUT THE

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19TH AMENDMENT AND ITS LEGACIES AND DISPLAYING THE FLAG OF TEXAS AND OBSERVANCE.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU, MEREDITH.

YES.

CHECKING BACK IN.

I'M SORRY.

IT'S OKAY.

NO PROBLEM.

WE WILL MOVE ON TO THREE B PROCLAIM THE WEEK OF MAY 3RD AND THE NINTH 2020 AS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY AND IF YOU GIVE ME ONE MINUTE SO I CAN GET TO THAT PROCLAMATION.

TEXAS HURRICANE SEASON OFFICIALLY BEGINS JUNE 1ST AND ENDS NOVEMBER 30TH OKAY.

THE BEST DEFENSE IS PREPAREDNESS AND PUBLIC EDUCATION ABOUT THE DANGERS OF THE HIGH WINDS, STORM SURGE, FLOODING AND TORNADOES THAT MAY OCCUR FOR HUNDREDS OF MILES IN CONJUNCTION WITH A HURRICANE OR TROPICAL STORM.

THEREFORE I ALIGNED THE FORD ON BEHALF OF THE COUNCIL AND THE CITIZENS OF MISSOURI CITY DO HEREBY PROCLAIM MAY 3RD THROUGH THE NINTH 2020 AS HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS AND URGE ALL CITIZENS OF FOR BEING COUNTY HARRIS COUNTY AND THIS COMMUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS ACTIVITIES AND TO PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO ANY WARNING INSTRUCTIONS.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU MAYOR.

THANK YOU.

WE WILL MOVE ON TO THREE C PROCLAIM THE WEEK OF MAY 10TH THROUGH THE 16TH 2020 AS NATIONAL POLICE WEEK IN THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS AND I BELIEVE CHIEF BERENSON WILL VIRTUALLY ACCEPT THIS PROCLAMATION YOU GAVE ME ONE SECOND.

YES, THERE ARE APPROXIMATELY NOT HUNDRED THOUSAND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS SERVING IN COMMUNITIES ACROSS THE UNITED STATES, INCLUDING 105 SWORN MEMBERS OF THE MISSOURI CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT.

THE CURRENT CRISIS OUR NATION AND THE WORLD IS FACING HAS RESULTED IN THE CANCELLATION OF PUBLIC YACHT GATHERINGS DURING NATIONAL POLICE WEEK 2020 ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 30TH, 2020 IN SOLIDARITY, THERE WILL BE A VIRTUAL CANDLELIGHT VISUAL AND THE READING OF THE NAMES OF THE FALLEN OFFICERS OF 2019 AND MAY 15TH IS DESIGNATED AS PEACE OFFICER'S MEMORIAL DAY WITH FEDERAL LAW DIRECTING THAT ALL FLAGS BE FLOWN AT HAS TO HAVE STAFF ON THAT DATE IN HONOR OF ALL FALLEN OFFICERS AND THEIR FAMILIES.

THEREFORE, I ALONDA FOR MAYOR ON BEHALF OF THE CITY COUNCIL AND THE CITIZENS OF THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY DO HEREBY CALL PATRIOT CIVIC AND EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS TO OBSERVE THE WEEK OF MAY 10TH THROUGH THE 16TH 2020 AS NATIONAL POLICE WEEK WITH UH, APPROPRIATE OBSERVANCES IN WHICH ALL CITIZENS MAY JOIN IN COMMEMORATING LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS PAST AND PRESENT, WHO BY THEIR FAITHFUL AND LOYAL DEVOTION TO THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES HAVE RENDERED A DEDICATED SERVICE TO OUR COMMUNITIES.

AND IN SO DOING HAVE ESTABLISHED FOR THEMSELVES AND VIABLE AND ENDURING REPUTATION FOR PRESERVING THE RIGHTS AND THE SECURITY OF ALL CITIZENS.

FURTHER, I FURTHER CALL UPON ALL SENTENCES OF MISSOURI CITY TO OBSERVE MAY 15TH, 2020 AS PEACE OFFICER'S MEMORIAL DAY IN HONOR OF THOSE ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS WHO DO THEIR COURAGEOUS DEEDS HAVE MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE IN SERVICE TO OUR COMMUNITY OR HAVE BECOME DISABLED IN THE PERFORMANCE OF DUTIES.

AND LET US RECOGNIZE AND PAY RESPECT TO THE SURVIVORS OF OUR FALLEN HEROES.

THANK YOU.

OKAY.

AND THREE D PROCLAIM THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ISLAMIC HOLY MONTH OF RAMADAN TO MUSLIMS IN MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS

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ACROSS THE WORLD.

UH, DOUG, WERE WE ABLE TO GET YOUR DIED BACK ON THE LINE? OKAY AND JUST ONE SECOND.

HEY MAYOR, I'M NOT SURE.

YOU HEARD ME A WHILE AGO CAUSE MY MUTE WASN'T WORKING.

THIS IS CHIEF BEARS.

I DIDN'T, BUT WE, WE, WE READ IT FOR YOU AND DID YOU WANT TO MAKE ANY STATEMENTS BEFORE? DID YOU WANT TO MAKE ANY COMMENTS BEFORE I MOVE TO THE NEXT ONE? REAL, REAL BRIEFLY, I JUST WANTED TO THANK YOU AND COUNCIL FOR YOUR ONGOING SUPPORT.

WE HAVE 105 AUTHORIZED STRENGTH AND WE'VE BEEN FULL NOW FOR SEVERAL MONTHS.

WE'RE THE ONLY AGENCY IN THE ENTIRE REGION THAT HAS FULLY AUTHORIZED STAFF ALL SWORN POSITIONS FULL.

SO, UH, THAT'S A TESTAMENT TO UN COUNCIL AND THE SUPPORT OF CITY STAFF AND THE COMMUNITY THAT WE HAVE ZERO TURNOVER FOR THE PAST, I DUNNO, NINE TO 10 MONTHS.

SO THANK YOU SO MUCH.

THANK YOU.

NOW WE WILL MOVE TO A THREE D PROCAINE.

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ISLAMIC HOLY MONTH OF RAMADAN.

THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY CELEBRATES THE DYNAMIC DIVERSITY THROUGHOUT OUR MUNICIPALITY.

THE CITY UNDERSTANDS THE RELIGIOUS SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ISLAMIC HOLY MONTH OF RAMADAN, WHICH BEGAN ON APRIL 24TH, 2020 AND ENDS ON MAY 23RD, 2020.

THE CITY EXTENDS ITS PARTNERSHIP TO THE MUSLIM COMMUNITY, WHICH IS COMPRISED OF 1.6 BILLION BROTHERS AND SISTERS WORLDWIDE.

WE ALSO ACKNOWLEDGED THE HARDSHIP THE COMMUNITY IS FACING WHILE OBSERVING RAMADAN DURING THESE CHALLENGING TIMES.

WE THANK OUR ISLAMIC COMMUNITY FOR CONTRIBUTING TO THE GROWTH OF THE CITY AND CELEBRATE ITS DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION.

NOW, THEREFORE, I MARRIED YOLANDA FOR RECOGNIZED, IF NOT, IT IS MY ISLAMIC HOLY MONTH OF AND SALUTE OUR MUSLIM COMMUNITIES FOR THEIR COMPASSION, PARTNERSHIP AND LEADERSHIP.

IN THE MIDST OF CRISIS.

SHAHZAD WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKE ANY COMMENTS? HE WILL BE ACCEPTING THE PROCLAMATION.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

GOOD EVENING.

HONORABLE MAYOR FORD AND HONORABLE MISSION MILITARY CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS.

UH, I'M NOT NOT A STRANGER TO ALL OF YOU.

YOU KNOW WHO I AM.

YOU DON'T NEED AN INTRODUCTION.

I WOULD LIKE TO OPEN MY COMMENTS WITH ISLAMIC GREETING AS SALAAM ALAIKUM.

PEACE BE UNTO YOU.

AS YOU KNOW I, SOME OF YOU GUYS KNOW THAT I'M A PAST DIRECTOR OF THE ISLAMIC SOCIETY OF GREATER HOUSTON AND THE ISLAMIC CENTER IN STAFFORD THAT SERVE THE MUSLIM COMMUNITY IN THE FORT BEND COUNTY AREA.

MOST STATES, MISSOURI CITY, SUGARLAND STAFFORD IN THE OUTLINE AREA ON BEHALF OF THE MUSLIM COMMUNITY.

I WOULD LIKE TO THANK HONORABLE MAYOR FORD FOR TAKING THE INITIATIVE ISSUED HIS PROCLAMATION BARKING THE BEGINNING OF THE MUSLIM HOLY MONTH OF RAMADAN.

YOU ALREADY ADDED IN THE APPROXIMATION, BUT I JUST WANT TO ADD A COUPLE OF FEW THINGS IN THERE.

SO BESIDES PRAYING AND FASTING FROM DAWN TO DUSK, ROMNEY, THE TIME TO SOCIALIZE AND VISIT THE MOSQUE AND ISLAMIC CENTER, BUT HERE THE CURRENT SOCIAL DISTANCING, IT WILL NOT BE POSSIBLE.

ALL LOCAL MOSQUE AND ISLAMIC CENTERS ARE CLOSED AND FAMILY THAT OBSERVING RAMADAN IN THEIR HOMES I'VE DONE IS A TIME OF EXTENDING A HAND OF MERCY AND COMPASSION.

THOSE IN THE NEED OF SPIRITUAL SELF REPLICATION, SELF REFLECTION PATIENTS GIVEN US CURRENTLY MOST OF ALL THE ORGANIZATIONS IN GREATER HOUSTON ARE INVOLVED IN DISTRIBUTING AND SHARING FOOD WITH THE LOCAL COMMUNITY ARE DISTRIBUTING MEDICAL SUPPLY TO FIGHT THE DISEASE, HELPING THE NEEDY FAMILIES AND SENIOR CITIZENS AND FEEDING THE HOMELESS PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY WHO ARE MOST VULNERABLE.

THIS IS THE SPIRIT OF ISLAM AND I ALSO WOULD LIKE TO ADD ONE MORE STEP HERE.

THERE ARE A LOT OF MUSLIMS WHO ARE ON THE FRONT LINE.

NOT ONLY THAT, THEIR INVOLVEMENT IN SAVING PEOPLE IN THIS DISEASE, BUT THEY'RE ALSO CALLING THE HOLY MONTH OF RAMADAN AND SHARLA GARGLING AFTER WE COME OUT OF THIS CURRENT LOCKDOWN IN A SOCIAL DISTANCING SITUATION.

I WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND INVITATION TO ALL OF YOU TO VISIT THE COMPLETELY RENOVATED BRAND LANE ISLAMIC CENTER AND A MOSQUE AND THE EVEREST ACADEMY FULL TIME SCHOOL WITH 450 PLUS STUDENTS LOCATED AT 16 BRAND.

NEVER.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU AGAIN FOR GIVING ME A TIME TO EXPRESS MY THANK YOU.

THANK YOU, SCOTT.

WE WILL NOW MOVE ON TO, UM, THERE ARE NO PUBLIC, NO ONE HAS SIGNED UP FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS.

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WE'LL NOW MOVE ON TO STAFF REPORTS, CITY MANAGER ANNOUNCEMENTS, INCLUDING THE CITY RESPONSE, THE CITY'S RESPONSE TO

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THE CORONAVIRUS DISEASE.

2019 PANDEMIC INTERIM CITY MANAGER, BILL ATKINSON.

THANK YOU, MAYOR.

I WANTED TO UPDATE COUNCIL AND THE COMMUNITY THAT, UH, WE HAVE BEEN STAYING ON TOP OF THE, UH, THE PANDEMIC, UH, FROM A CITY STANDPOINT.

UH, THIS PAST FRIDAY.

I AM I, ALONG WITH, UH, ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER, MARTEL, UH, FIRE CHIEF WHO IS ACTING AS OUR INCIDENT COMMAND, A COMMANDER OR A COVERT 19 MARCI OPERATIONS MANAGER FOR ME TO JULIETTE.

AND OUR, UH, CITY ATTORNEY, UH, MET AND WENT OVER WHERE WE STAND TODAY WITH REGARD TO THE, UH, TO THE PANDEMIC.

AND AS YOU KNOW, UH, AS PART OF THE TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION FOUR 18, THE MAYOR, UH, AS THE PRESIDING OFFICER OF THE GOVERNING BODY IS ALSO DESIGNATED AS THE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR FOR THE SOUTHERN OR THE POLITICAL SUBDIVISION, THE CITY, UH, DURING THIS TIME.

AND SO WE MET ON A FRIDAY JUST TO REVIEW WHERE WE HAVE BEEN AND WHERE WE BELIEVE WE'RE HEADING.

UH, JUST SO YOU KNOW, SOME HIGH POINTS AND WHAT WE DISCUSSED, UH, ARE THAT, UH, AGAIN, THIS IS MORE 13TH, WHEN THE DECLARATION WAS MADE AND, UH, YOU, THE COUNCIL APPROVED IT ON THE 16TH.

UH, SINCE THAT TIME WE'VE HAD A GREAT OUTPOURING OF, UH, PPE, UH, WHICH HAS BEEN VERY IMPORTANT, UH, TO THE, UH, OKAY.

EMPLOYEES WERE SITTING TO HER ON THE FRONT LINES.

UH, AS A RESULT OF THAT WAS IN A, AND FROM OTHER SOURCES, WE HAVE BEEN ABLE TO KEEP OUR STOCK UP.

UH, WE'RE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION RIGHT NOW WITH RESPECT TO THE BOND RATE THAT WE HAVE UNDERTAKEN WITH THAT.

AND, UH, ALSO WE HAVE ON IN STOCK, UH, BASICALLY A COUPLE MONTHS WORTH AVAILABLE TO US AND WE'LL CONTINUE TO MONITOR THAT AND, UH, WE'RE ALSO WORKING WITH OTHER SOURCES TO CONTINUE TO BRING IT IN TO MEET THE NEEDS AS WE MOVE FORWARD.

UH, NEXT WE DISCUSSED, UH, THE PRELIMINARY GUIDELINES, UH, WITH REGARD TO UH, UH, STARTING TO GET INTO, UH, BRINGING BACK SERVICES AND AS YOU KNOW, THE GOVERNOR HAD ISSUED A NEW ORDER AND AS A RESULT WE HAD A, ONE OF THE WORST THINGS THAT HAVE BEEN RESCINDED.

UH, ONE OF THOSE THAT TOOK PLACE THERE WAS PUT IN PLACE ON APRIL 13TH, WAS, UH, FROM THE GUIDANCE LARRY'S AGE, YEARS PROVIDED WITH RESPECT TO, UH, GOLF.

AND SO AT THAT TIME WE HONORED THAT AGE GUIDANCE LAYER BY SHUTTING DOWN THE GOLF COURSE AND WE FOUND THAT WE CANNOT OPERATE UNDER THOSE GUIDELINES.

UH, SINCE THAT TIME, UH, THE GOVERNOR ON MAY 1ST WERE ABLE TO REOPEN.

SO IT REOPENED AND AS I MENTIONED IN EMAILS AND DISCUSSIONS WITH COUNSEL, THE WORK WHERE YOU HAVE A POLICY IN PLACE OR A PROCESS IN PLACE WHERE WE PUT TOGETHER OUR REOPENING PLAN, A PROPOSAL THAT WE MEET WITH THE MAYOR ON AS THE, UH, AS THE DIRECTOR OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT.

THEN FROM THERE WE TAKE THAT TO OUR MEDICAL DIRECTOR AND HE REVIEWS IT TO MAKE SURE THAT IT'S WITHIN THE GUIDELINES OF THE PRESCRIBED PRESCRIBED GUIDELINES THAT ARE IN PLACE NATIONALLY AND ALSO FROM THE STATE.

AND THEN FROM THERE WE WERE ABLE TO, UH, GET THE, UH, FACILITY OPEN ON FRIDAY.

UH, WE AGAIN, ARE ABIDING BY ALL THE GUIDELINES AND UH, PUT FORWARD BY CDC AND OTHERS.

AND THAT'S OUTLINING THIS POLICY WOULD PROVIDE THE RECREATION CENTER ACTIVITIES WERE WORKING ON THAT AS A EARLY, UM, ONLY OPENING, NOT OUR OPENING, BUT IN PREPARATION FOR THE POSSIBILITY.

THERE MAY BE SOME PARTS OF OUR, UH, SYSTEMS THAT WE CAN OPEN UP AND A PHASE ONE REOPENING.

WE'RE LOOKING AT THE TEST CENTER AND IT SAYS, BECAUSE OF THE RECENT ROOM, MAXIMUM FOUR PARTICIPANTS FOR OUTDOOR SPORTS CAN TAKE PLACE.

SO, UH, JASON MANGUM AND HIS STAFF HAS BEEN LOOKING AT THAT.

THEY'VE PUT TOGETHER A PROPOSAL.

WE'RE WORKING WITH, AGAIN, OUR MEDICAL DIRECTOR TO REVIEW THAT.

WE REVIEWED THAT ON FRIDAY AS WELL, AND WAITING FOR THE INFORMATION ON THAT SO THAT WE CAN PUT THAT FORWARD AND YOU GET TO POSSIBLY GET THAT PORTION OF IT OPEN.

UH, JASON AND HIS STAFF ARE ALSO LOOKING AT THE, UH, GOTTEN VERY CREATIVE WITH THE IDEA OF, UH, WE HAVE DAY CAMP, UH, USUALLY DURING THE SUMMER IN PERSON, BUT, UH, THIS YEAR GIVEN THE CIRCUMSTANCES, BUT PUTTING TOGETHER A VIRTUAL BAKING, UH, VIA BLOOM AND SOME OTHER, UH, ELECTRONIC NAMES IN WHICH THEY CAN, UH, HELPS KIDS STAY ACTIVE, UH, ONLINE AND DISTANCE IN A SAFE ENVIRONMENT.

WE'LL CONTINUE TO WORK ON THOSE TYPES OF THINGS.

BUT AGAIN, CREDIT JASON HAS CHANGED WHERE WE CONFUSE, UH, VERY CREATIVE IDEAS.

NEXT.

UM, WE JUST STARTED, WE'VE DISCUSSED, UH, CITY HALL PERSONNEL FROM THE REMOTE WORK LOCATIONS AND WE CURRENTLY HAVE THEM WORKING FROM.

AND UH, WE DETERMINED THAT AT THIS TIME WE'LL CONTINUE TO DO REMOTE WORKING,

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UH, UNTIL WE GET THE GUIDANCE FROM THE MAY 18 PS4.

THE GOVERNOR IS SUPPOSED TO COME BACK OUT WITH INFORMATION AND WE ANTICIPATE THAT WE'LL BE ABLE TO DO SOMETHING A LITTLE BIT MORE.

IT TAKES SOME FURTHER STEPS.

WE WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT WE DO SO IN A VERY, UH, RESPONSIBLE AND CAUTIOUS MAYOR, UM, AS WE LOOK TO BRING IN PEOPLE BACK SO WE KEEP THEM SAFE AND KEEP THE PUBLIC SAFE AS WELL.

AND THEN, UH, ALSO THE MAYOR REQUESTED AND WE WERE TALKING THE OTHER DAY, SO WE PLACE AN ITEM ON THE AGENDA.

THIS NEXT AGENDA, UH, TO DISCUSS, UH, THE CURRENT VIRTUAL MEANS THAT WE UTILIZE AND PROCEEDED COUNCIL AND WHAT STEPS WE MAY TAKE TO, UH, POTENTIALLY GET BACK INTO REGULAR MAIN.

SO, UH, THAT WILL BE ON YOUR NEXT AGENDA FOR DISCUSSION BY YOU, THE COUNCIL TAKE THE LEAD FROM YOU.

AND HOPEFULLY BY THAT TIME, THAT DAY WE SHOULD HAVE MORE DIRECTIONS ON THE STATE.

FINALLY, WE DID TALK ABOUT THE FESTIVALS AND WARRANTED ANNOUNCED THAT WE HAVE COMING UP AND WE'LL BE REACHING OUT TO THE, UH, THE PARTICIPANTS AND ALSO VENDORS SUCH AS FOR 4TH OF JULY.

AND, UH, ALSO FOR JUNETEENTH.

UH, IT DOESN'T LOOK LIKE WE WOULD BE ABLE TO DO THOSE THIS YEAR, UH, AT LEAST NOT IN THE MAYOR THAT WE'VE DONE BEFORE.

AND SO WE ARE AGAIN, CREATIVELY TRYING TO LOOK AT WAYS WHERE WE MAY BE ABLE TO STILL CELEBRATE SOME OF THESE IN A MORE REMOTE TYPE FASHION.

SO WE WILL CONTINUE TO WORK ON THAT AND BRING FORWARD INFORMATION AS WE MAKE DETERMINATIONS ON IT.

AND THEN, UH, FINALLY, UM, WE DISCUSSED THAT, UH, HURRICANE SEASON AS UPON US AND, UH, JIM FARCE.

AND SO EOC JAMAICA PRESENTED TO US, UH, THE STEPS OF THE ELC IS TAKING AND, UH, CHIEF CAMPBELL IN REGARD TO PREPARATION FOR THAT.

AND, UH, SO I JUST WANT TO LET YOU KNOW THAT WORK IN THE CITY IS CONTINUING AND WILL KEEP YOU APPRISED AS WE MIX ALL OF IT.

SO, UH, THAT'S ALL I HAVE FOR TONIGHT.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU BILL.

IS

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THERE A MOTION TO APPROVE? APPROVE THE CONSENT AGENDA.

THE GENDER ITEM.

DO WE HAVE A SECOND? IS THERE A SECOND? SECOND.

COUNCILMAN AND BARNEY.

OKAY.

I WILL NOW CONDUCT A ROLL CALL VOTE.

MAYOR PRO TEM PRESTON COUNCIL MEMBER EVERETTS AND COUNCIL MEMBER STERLING.

YAY.

COUNCIL MEMBER BONY MADE THE SECOND COUNCIL MEMBER MARULA IS MADE THE MOTION COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY DOUG, IS HE ON? YES HE IS.

YES HE SHOULD BE.

COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY.

YAY.

AND THIS IS MAYOR FORD.

YES.

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WE WILL NOW MOVE ON TO SEVEN EIGHT ONE AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS AMENDING USES AND REGULATIONS AND PD PLAN DEVELOPMENT.

DISTRICT NUMBER 81 DESCRIBING SET 38.51 ACRE TRACT OF LAND REGULATING AND RESTRICTING THE DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF PROPERTY WITHIN SUCH PD.

PLAN DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT AMENDING THE ZONING DISTRICT MAP OF THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, PROVIDING FOR AN AMENDMENT TO THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, PROVIDING FOR REPEAL, PROVIDING A PENALTY, PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY.

ANY OTHER PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE SUBJECT AND JENNIFER THOMAS GOMEZ WILL PRESENT THE PRESENTING.

YES.

THANK YOU MAYOR.

GOOD EVENING MAYOR AND COUNCIL.

UH, CAN EVERYONE HEAR ME OKAY.

THIS IS A REQUEST TO AMEND A PD 81 AND ON THE SCREEN YOU SEE THE LOCATION, UM, OUTLINED IN BLACK AND COLORED IN BLACK.

UH, THIS PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT IS UH, JUST TO THE EAST OF WALGREENS THAT'S AT THE INTERSECTION OF INDEPENDENCE, UM, BOULEVARD AND .

IT INCLUDES THE STARBUCKS LOCATION UP THERE OFF OF TWO 92 AS WELL AS IT TAKE FIVE OIL, UM, BUSINESS THAT'S ALSO WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF THIS PLAN DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT.

UM, THE MAJORITY OF THE UNDEVELOPED ACREAGE ON THAT SIDE IN BETWEEN INDEPENDENCE BOULEVARD AND 10 92 IS WHAT YOU SEE HERE OUTLINED IN BLACK.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

THIS IS A GENERAL LAYOUT OF, UH, THE USES WITHIN PLAN DEVELOPMENT.

DISTRICT MEMBER 81, UH, THE PD WAS ORIGINALLY APPROVED TO INCLUDE A SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL OFFICE WAREHOUSE USES AS WELL AS COMMERCIAL USES.

UH, IT WAS AMENDED TO EXPAND THE USES TO INCLUDE MULTIFAMILY AND NOW THE APPLICANT IS SEEKING TO AMEND, UH, THE USES AGAIN, UH, TO INCLUDE ASSISTED

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LIVING.

UM, AS YOU KNOW, ASSISTANT LIVING IS TYPICALLY CATEGORIZED AS AN INSTITUTION THAT REQUIRES A SPECIFIC USE PERMIT.

HOWEVER, UH, SINCE THE ZONING FOR THIS AREA IS THE PLAN DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT, INSTEAD OF SEEKING A SPECIFIC USE PERMIT, IT'S AN AMENDMENT.

IT WILL BE CONSIDERED AS AN AMENDMENT TO THE PLAN DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT.

THE COLOR CODING THAT'S SHOWN ON THIS GENERAL SITE PLAN.

I SHOWED THE AREAS WHERE THE LAND JUICES WOULD BE DISTRIBUTED.

UH, WITHIN THAT ACREAGE, THE SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL.

YOU CAN SEE THE LAND PLAN AS THE LAYOUT OF THE LOT, UH, AS WELL AS THE STREET NETWORK.

UM, THIS, UH, IT WOULD BE ON THE BACKSIDE, THE INDEPENDENCE BOULEVARD SIDE ACROSS FROM OUR ARMSTRONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.

THE FRONTAGE ALONG FM PIN 10 92, UH, WOULD BE RETAINED FOR COMMERCIAL RETAIL PURPOSES.

THE ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY, UH, IS SHOWN IN THAT DARKER RED BURGUNDY AREA ON THE SITE PLAN THAT HAS FRONTAGE OFF OF INDEPENDENCE OF BOULEVARD AND IT'S ROUGHLY A THREE ACRE TRACT OF LAND, UH, NEXT TO THAT IN THAT LIGHTER SHADE OF RED GOING TOWARDS, UH, FIFTH STREET, WHICH IS GOING TOWARDS THE RIGHT OF THE SPRING, UH, WOULD BE THE MULTIFAMILY DEVELOPMENT.

THE DEVELOPER THAT'S SEEKING TO LOCATE THE ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY IS ALSO LOOKING TO DEVELOP AN INDEPENDENT LIVING FACILITY AND THE INDEPENDENT LIVING FACILITY WOULD BE AS CONSTRUCTED IN THAT MULTIFAMILY, UH, LAND USE AREA.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

OKAY.

THIS IS A GENERAL LAYOUT OF THE ASSISTANT LIVING FACILITY.

AND GIVE ME ONE SECOND.

GIVE ME ONE SECOND.

I'M SORRY.

THIS IS A GENERAL LAYOUT OF THE ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY.

IT'S PROPOSED TO BE A THREE STORY BUILDING TO INCLUDE A 95 ASSISTED LIVING UNIT, 24 OF WHICH WOULD BE 24 UNITS OR 48 BEDS WOULD BE DEVOTED TO MEMORY CARE.

THE INDEPENDENT LIVING FACILITY WOULD BE A FOUR STORY BUILDING.

UM, BUT, UH, WITHIN, UH, THE, UH, 45 OR 40, 40, 45 FOOT, UH, BUILDING AND IT WOULD BE IN THAT AREA THAT'S SHOWN AS FUTURE DEVELOPMENT, UM, ON THE SITE PLAN.

SO THE ONLY PROPOSED CHANGE TO THIS PD IS WITH RESPECT TO THE ASSISTANT LIVING YOUTH AND STAFF DID RECOMMEND APPROVAL FOR THE LOCATION OF THIS ASSISTED LIVING USE WITHIN THE SCOPE OF LAND USES WITHIN THE PLAN DEVELOPMENT.

DISTRICT PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION DOES FORWARD A POSITIVE RECOMMENDATION, UH, FOR THIS PROPOSED USE.

THE DEVELOPER DESIGNER OF THE ASSISTED LIVING INDEPENDENT LIVING DEVELOPMENT IS ON THE CALL.

IF THERE'S ANY QUESTIONS FOR THEM OR I CAN TAKE ANY QUESTIONS AS WELL.

THIS IS MAYOR FORD.

I DO HAVE ONE QUESTION.

YES, MA'AM.

I JUST WANTED TO KNOW WHAT WAS JUST KIND OF THE, THE REASON FOR THE CHANGE BEYOND THE CHANGE IN THE ZONING? LIKE WHAT, WHAT IS DRIVING, I GUESS THE CHANGE OUR DESIRE TO PUT FOR THE ASSISTED LIVING.

OKAY.

UM, I THINK IT'S STILL A REACTION TO, UH, MARKET CONDITIONS WITHIN OUR AREA.

WE'RE STILL BEING, UM, FEDERAL ASSISTED LIVING, INDEPENDENT LIVING, UH, TYPE USES THAT ARE LOOKING FOR LOCATIONS.

UH, THIS PARTICULAR DEVELOPER, UH, LOOK AT THE LOCATION OVER, OFF, APART, RIGHT.

AND, UH, BRIGHTWATER DRIVE.

AND SO THIS IS SIMILAR, A SIMILAR, UM, PLAN THAT THEY HAD PROPOSED THERE.

HOWEVER, FOUND A MORE SUITABLE LOCATION IN THIS AREA.

OKAY.

JENNIFER AND KELLY, I JUST WANTED TO GO AHEAD AND OPEN THE PUBLIC HEARING.

UM, BEFORE WE GET TOO FAR, MY APOLOGIES.

IS THERE A MOTION TO OPEN THE PUBLIC HEARING? ANTHONY MURAL MAKING A MOTION TO OPEN A PUBLIC HEARING? IS THERE A SECOND? SECOND.

WE HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND.

UH, I NEED TO DO A ROLL CALL VOTE.

MAY I APPROACH AND PRESTON? YES.

COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS? YES.

COUNCIL MEMBER STERLING? YES.

COUNCIL MEMBER BONEY.

YES.

AND COUNCIL MEMBER ROULIS MADE THE MOTION COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY MADE THE SECOND MAYOR PRO TEM MAYOR FORD.

YES.

AND MY APOLOGIES COUNCIL MEMBER WERE, LET'S GO AHEAD.

OKAY, THANK YOU.

YEAH, A SIMILAR QUESTION.

UM, HAS THE DEVELOPER REALLY

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TAKING INTO ACCOUNT WHAT'S COMING TO MISSOURI CITY? SO WE'VE SEEN AND HEARD A LOT OF DISCUSSIONS AND PROJECTS AROUND ASSISTED LIVING AND INDEPENDENT LIVING IN MISSOURI CITY AND WE'RE REALLY FORTUNATE TO HAVE THAT.

BUT, UM, WHEN THE DEVELOPER DID THEIR, DID THEY TAKE INTO ACCOUNT SOME OF THE NEW BUILD OUT THAT'S COMING TO INCLUDE THE STUFF ON TEXAS PARKWAY, THE BRAZOS LAKES AND SOME OF THE OTHER DEVELOPMENTS AND I, AND THIS IS JENNIFER GOMEZ AS CYNTHIA.

ARE YOU STILL ON THE CALL? YES, YES, YES.

UH, THE DEVELOPER AND OWNER HAVE TAKEN INTO NOTE IN THAT, UM, I BELIEVE THEY'RE AWARE OF THE CURRENT, UM, FACILITIES THAT ARE AVAILABLE IN THE AREA AND THE PROPOSED ONES AS WELL.

UM, THE DEVELOPERS WILLING TO MOVE FORWARD BASED ON HIS RESEARCH AND THE CURRENT MARKET STUDIES THAT THIS IS, THIS WOULD BE A GOOD AREA FOR THEM TO PROCEED ON, YOU KNOW, DEVELOPING THE INDEPENDENT LIVING IN THE ASSISTED LIVING.

OKAY.

AND THEN JUST ONE QUESTION FOR CLARITY, JENNIFER, WE'RE NOT REDUCING THE NUMBER OF MULTIFAMILY.

THIS IS JUST A, UM, AMENDMENT TO THE USE, RIGHT? IT GENERALLY, IT'S AN AMENDMENT TO THE YOUTH, BUT, UM, BECAUSE IT'S ENCROACHING INTO THE ACREAGE THAT WAS DESIGNATED FOR MULTIFAMILY.

SO IT IS ACTUALLY REDUCING THE AMOUNT OF LAND DATA, FORMAL TYPING, BUT WILL THEY REDUCED THE NUMBER OF UNITS THAT THEY HAD ORIGINALLY PROPOSED? UH, THIS ONE, THEY DIDN'T HAVE ENOUGH, UH, UM, CAP OTHER THAN THE DENSITY LIMITS BY THE TWO? YES, SIR.

OKAY.

THANK YOU.

YEAH.

UH, THIS IS COUNCILMAN EMORY.

UH, THE, UH, THE LAYOUT, UH, AND OF THE DEVELOPMENT, UM, WILL, UH, FOLLOW A SIMILAR, UH, DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS THAT, UH, WE SEE, UH, OVER AT, UH, SOME OF OUR OTHER, UH, ASSISTED LIVING AND UH, OKAY.

UH, DEVELOPMENT PUNCH THAT, UH, THAT WE CURRENTLY HAVE LIKE AT THE HUNTINGTON, YOU KNOW, WHERE THERE'S GRUDGES REQUIRED, THINGS OF THAT NATURE.

SO THE, THIS IS JENNIFER GOMEZ, THE ASSISTANT LIVING, UM, WITH NOT NECESSARILY THE INDEPENDENT LIVING PORTION WOULD, SO THE, THE HUNTINGTON, THE HUNTINGTON PROPERTIES ARE ALL INDEPENDENT LIVING.

UM, AND SO THEY FOLLOW THE MULTIFAMILY STANDARDS, WHICH THE GARAGES, UM, CERTAIN GREENBELT AREAS, UM, YOU KNOW, THEIR RECREATIONAL AREAS, THINGS LIKE THAT.

THE ASSISTANT LANE, IT'S GOING TO BE AKIN TO MORE LIKE, UM, THE ASSISTED LIVING OVER OFF OF HAMPTON, UM, HAMPTON INTO 92 AND THEN ALSO AT, UH, SOUTH UNIVERSITY.

UM, THERE IT'S MORE OF A COMMERCIAL MEDICAL KIND OF USE, UM, THAN THE RESIDENTIAL SIDE ON THE INDEPENDENT LIVING .

OKAY.

OKAY.

.

ARE THERE ANY OTHER QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS? IS THERE A MOTION BEFORE THE PUBLIC HEARING? I'M SORRY, COUNCIL MEMBER PRESS AND ADD A QUESTION FOR JENNIFER.

JENNIFER, THANK YOU.

A QUICK QUESTION.

HAS THERE BEEN ANY CONSIDERATION GIVEN TO UH, THE SAFETY AND SECURITY FOR THE STUDENTS AT THE SCHOOL NEARBY AND IF SO, WHAT MECHANISMS WILL BE PUT IN PLACE TO ENSURE, UM, THE SAFETY OF THE STUDENTS NEARBY? GOOD QUESTION.

UM, WE HAVEN'T GOTTEN DOWN TO, AND THE SYSTEM FOR GOMEZ, UH, WE, WE HAVEN'T SPOKEN DIRECTLY ABOUT THOSE TYPES OF MECHANISMS. UM, I WOULD IMAGINE, AND CYNTHIA CAN CORRECT ME IF I'M WRONG, UH, THAT THIS WILL BE A GATED, UH, FACILITY.

UM, BECAUSE THEY'RE DEALING WITH A SENSITIVE POPULATION WITH THE MEMORY CARE PORTION IN PARTICULAR, THEY'LL HAVE CERTAIN, UM, PROCEDURES IN PLACE ON SITE, UH, THAT WILL LIMIT OR RESTRICT ACCESS TO CERTAIN AREAS.

THEY WILL HAVE MECHANISMS IN PLACE, BUT I DON'T KNOW YET, UM, SPECIFICALLY WHAT THOSE ARE.

BUT WE'LL, WE'LL WORK WITH THEM AS WELL AS FOR THE NIC, UM, TO ENSURE THAT PROPER PROCEDURES ARE PUT INTO PLACE.

YES, BUT IT WILL BE A GATED COMMUNITY.

IT WILL BE ONCE WE DO BOTH PHASES, WELL STARTING WITH THE FIRST CASE, IT WILL BE GATED AND AS WE EXPANDED TO THE SECOND PHASE, IT WILL ALSO BE OVERALL IN A SECURED AREA AND IN ASSISTED LIVING IN THE FIRST LEVEL THEY HAVE SEVERAL NURSE STATIONS AND IN THE MAIN ENTRY AS WELL.

WE HELP SUPPORT THE FACILITY ITSELF AND THE ENTRANCE TO THE ASSISTED LIVING.

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ARE THERE ANY OTHER QUESTIONS? IS THERE A MOTION TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING? THIS IS COUNCILOR ANTHONY.

MOTION TO CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING.

IS THERE A SECOND? SECOND.

I HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND.

UH, WE WILL NOW DO A ROLL CALL VOTE.

YAY.

COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS COUNCIL MEMBER STERLING.

YOU SECOND IT, CORRECT? I HEARD.

OKAY.

OKAY.

COUNCIL MEMBER? YES.

COUNCIL MEMBER MEROLA'S MADE THE MOTION.

COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY.

YAY.

AND MAYOR, THIS IS MAYOR FORD.

YES.

IS THERE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE ORDINANCE? MOTION TO APPROVE.

IS THERE A SECOND? WHO MADE THE SECOND? IT WAS A MARIJUANA BONNIE .

WE HAVE A MOTION AND WE HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND I'LL DO A ROLL CALL VOTE.

IF THERE ARE NO FURTHER QUESTIONS.

MAYOR PRO TEM PRESTON, COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS COUNCIL MEMBERS, STERLING YAY.

AND COUNCIL MEMBER.

BONY SECOND, THE MOTION CASTLE MEMBER RULERS AND COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY MADE THE MOTION.

AND THIS IS MAYOR FORD.

YES.

WE'LL MOVE ON TO 72 AND ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS AMENDING SECTION NINE SUPPLEMENTARY DISTRICT REGULATIONS OF APPENDIX A OF THE MISSOURI CITY CODE ENTITLED THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDING RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE PARKING STORAGE OR USE OF MAJOR RECREATIONAL OR UTILITY EQUIPMENT PROVIDING FOR REPEAL, PROVIDING A PENALTY AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY.

AND WE WILL HAVE OLDEST PRESENTING.

OLDEST.

ARE YOU THERE? DO YOU MEAN MARIN CONSOLE? UM, AS NOTED, THIS IS AN ITEM AMENDING SECTION WITHIN OUR ZONING ORDINANCE, WHICH IS APPENDIX A AND SPECIFICALLY SECTION 9.6 POINT B 0.3 POINT E.

THIS IS BASICALLY A CORRECTION OF AN ERROR THAT WAS MADE ON OUR BOOKS FOR QUITE SOME TIME AND WHAT IT PROVIDES FOR.

IT'S BASICALLY CHANGING A SECTION SECTION REFERENCE THAT DEALS WITH OUTSIDE STORAGE OF MAJOR RECREATION AND UTILITY EQUIPMENT, UM, WHICH HAS TO BE PARKED ON THE ARTS.

SO IT'S ESSENTIALLY CHANGING SECTION 12.2 I REFERENCED TO A J.

UM, AND THAT'S ALL THAT WE'RE ASKING THIS EVENING.

THANK YOU.

OKAY.

IS THERE A MOTION TO OPEN THE PUBLIC HEARING? THIS IS ANTHONY.

YOU'RE MAKING A MOTION TO OPEN THE PUBLIC HEARING.

WE HAVE A MOTION.

IS THERE A SECOND? WHO WAS THAT? WHO SAID THE SECOND COUNCIL MEMBER? BONEY.

OKAY, NO PROBLEM.

UH, WE HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND.

MAYOR.

PUTIN, PRESTON COUNCILMEMBER EDWARDS.

COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS COUNCIL MEMBER STERLING.

YAY.

COUNCIL MEMBER BONY MADE THE SECOND COUNCILOR MARULA MADE THE MOTION.

COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY IS COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS THERE.

THAT IS, SHE IS.

HANG ON ONE SECOND.

AND THIS IS MAYOR FORD? YES.

AND WE'LL SEE IF COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS WOULD LIKE TO CHIME IN.

NO.

ARE YOU? IT'S IN REFERENCE TO THE OPENING THE PUBLIC HEARING.

I AGREE TO OPEN A PUBLIC HEARING.

THANK YOU.

SO ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS? MOVE TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HERE.

IS THERE A SECOND? SECOND FROM ANTHONY.

YOU HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND.

I'LL NOW DO A ROLL CALL.

VOTE NEAR POLL 10 PRESTON COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS COUNCIL MEMBERS.

STERLING.

YAY.

COUNCIL MEMBER BONEY MADE THE MOTION COUNSELOR REMOVAL IS MADE.

THE SECOND COUNCIL MEMBER, RUTH EMORY.

YAY.

AND THIS IS MAYOR FORD.

YAY.

IS THERE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE ORDINANCE? SO MOVE.

DO WE HAVE A SECOND ALSO? STERLING SECOND.

WE HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND.

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ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS? I'LL DO A ROLL CALL VOTE.

MAYOR PRO TEM PRESTON, COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS COUNCIL MEMBERS.

STERLING MADE THE SECOND COUNCIL MEMBER BONY MADE THE MOTION.

COUNSEL MEMBER MEROLA'S.

YAY.

COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY YAY.

AND MAYOR FORD.

YES.

ITEM SEVEN B ONE ORDINANCE.

SO THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS.

CONTINUING ARTICLE SEVEN OF CHAPTER 74 OF THE MISSOURI CITY CODE.

CONTINUING TO RULES AND REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO THE STANDARDS OF CARE FOR CERTAIN ELEMENTARY AGE RECREATION PROGRAMS OPERATED BY THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, PROVIDING FOR REPEAL AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY.

UH, KEVIN BROWN.

GOOD EVENING, MAYOR AND COUNCIL.

CAN YOU HEAR ME? YES, WE CAN HEAR YOU.

UH, GOOD EVENING.

UH, THIS.

SO THIS ORDINANCE WOULD, UH, CONTINUE THE STANDARDS OF CARE PREVIOUSLY ADOPTED FOR THE ELEMENTARY AGE RECREATION PROGRAMS OPERATED BY THE CITY.

THE CITY HAS ADOPTED AN ORDINANCE CONTINUING OR AMENDING THE CITY'S STANDARDS OF CARE SINCE 2010 AND THE STANDARDS WERE MOST RECENTLY AMENDED LAST YEAR RELATING TO, UM, LOWERING THE MINIMUM AGE FOR CERTAIN STAFF POSITIONS FOR THESE PROGRAMS. AS SUCH, WE HAVE NOT MADE ANY CHANGES FOR THE ORDINANCE THIS YEAR AND PRESENT IT TO YOU FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION AS, UM, IS THERE A MOTION TO OPEN THE PUBLIC HEARING? IS THERE A SECOND? SECOND COUNCIL MEMBER, EDWARD.

OKAY.

UH, REALLY QUICK, KEVIN.

UH, IS THIS FOR THE, UM, SPECIFICALLY IN REFERENCE TO THE SUMMER PROGRAM OR IS THIS JUST, WELL, GENERALLY SPEAKING, THIS IS MOSTLY DIRECTED TO THE SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM, BUT IT ALSO WOULD AFFECT IF WE DID LIKE A WEEKLY CAMPS FOR SPRING BREAK CAMP OR WINTER HOLIDAY CAMP.

UM, IT GIVES US THE ABILITY TO DO THOSE THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.

NOT SPECIFICALLY SUMMER CAMP.

THIS IS FOR ANY, UM, YOUTH ELEMENTARY AGE RECREATION PROGRAM THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.

THAT WOULD BE WITHIN THE PARAMETERS AS REQUIRED BY STATE LAW.

OKAY.

AND WE WOULDN'T HAVE TO DO ANYTHING, UH, FOR US TO DO THIS VIRTUALLY.

I JUST WANT TO MAKE SURE RIGHT NOW, AND BILL YOU CAN CHIME IN IF YOU NEED TO.

THERE RIGHT NOW.

WE'LL MOVE FORWARD WITH A VIRTUAL, UM, FACILITATION OF THIS.

I KNOW YOU MENTIONED IT IN YOUR, UM, CITY MANAGERS, UM, INFORMATION, BUT I JUST WANT TO CONFIRM.

HELLO, BILL ARE KEVIN, YOU CAN ANSWER EITHER, EITHER WAY.

UM, I'LL, I'LL JUST JUMP IN AND SAY WE ARE PREPARED.

WE HAVE, WE HAVE PREPARED, UM, CONTINGENCY PLANS TO DO VIRTUALLY, BUT ALSO TO DO IT, UM, IF WE'RE ABLE TO DO IT IN A LIMITED CAPACITY WITHIN CURRENT GUIDELINES OR RESTRICTIONS FOR IN-PERSON CAMP, UM, POTENTIALLY FOR ONLY ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL OR FOR CITY EMPLOYEE.

UM, WHATEVER THE GUIDELINE, WHATEVER THE LEADERSHIP, UH, DETERMINES IS THE BEST COURSE OF ACTION AND WE'RE PREPARED TO MOVE FORWARD, UM, WITH A NUMBER OF DIFFERENT CONTINGENCY PLANS, UM, IN ORDER TO OFFER SUMMER CAMPUS SUMMER.

SO, UH, WE WILL DO WHATEVER YOU GUYS CONSIDER THE BEST, UM, OPTION AT THIS TIME, BUT WE'RE READY TO MODIFY IT AS NEEDED, UM, TO STAY WITHIN THE GUIDELINES.

OKAY.

THANK YOU.

ARE THERE ANY OTHER QUESTIONS? ALRIGHTY.

UM, MARIA, WAS THERE A VOTE ON THE OPENING, THE PUBLIC HEARING? OKAY.

LET ME DO A VOTE REAL QUICK, UH, FOR OPENING THE PUBLIC HEARING.

MAYOR PRO TEM PRESTI AND COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS, YOU MADE THE MOTION CORRECT? CORRECT.

COUNSEL MEMBER STERLING COUNCIL MEMBER BONIN BONEY? YES.

COUNCIL MEMBER RUELAS.

COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY.

YAY.

IT MAY AFFORD.

YAY.

UH, IS THERE A MOTION TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING? MOTION TO CLOSE THIS FLOYD EMORY.

IS THERE A SECOND? SECOND.

STERLING.

ALRIGHTY.

I WILL DO A ROLL CALL VOTE.

MAYOR PRO TEM PRESTON.

COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS COUNCIL MEMBER STERLING MADE THE SECOND COUNCIL MEMBER BONNIE.

YES.

COUNCIL MEMBER MEROLA'S.

COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY MADE THE MOTION.

AND THIS IS MAYOR FORD.

YAY.

IS THERE A MOTION TO APPROVE

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THE ORDINANCE ORDINANCE? ANTHONY MARULA.

IS THERE A SECOND? ALRIGHT, ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS? ALRIGHTY.

UM, I'LL DO A ROLL CALL VOTE.

MAYOR PRO TEM PRESTON, COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS AND COUNCIL MEMBERS.

STERLING.

YAY.

COUNCIL MEMBER BONEY YES.

AND COUNCIL MEMBER MORALIS MADE THE MOTION.

COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY SECOND COUNCIL MEMBER.

YOU DID MAKE THE SECOND RIGHT? YES, I DID.

OKAY.

AND MAYOR FORD.

YAY.

ALRIGHTY.

THERE ARE NO APPOINTMENTS.

[Item 9]

NINE EIGHT AUTHORIZATIONS CONSIDER AUTHORIZING A REIMBURSEMENT TO AFFORD BEING COUNTY PURSUANT TO AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, THE CITY, MISSOURI CITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, FORT BEND COUNTY AND REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER TWO, CITY MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS FOR CERTAIN TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENTS.

ELENA.

OKAY.

CAN YOU HEAR ME? YES, WE CAN HEAR YOU.

OKAY, GREAT.

OKAY, THANK YOU.

THIS IS THE ITEM THAT WAS PRESENTED TO MCDA.

UM, NOT TOO LONG AGO.

WE ARE REQUESTING A REIMBURSEMENT TO FORT BEND COUNTY AND THE AMOUNT OF 530,000 PLUS 2% INTEREST ON AN ANNUAL BASIS FROM THE DATE OF PAYMENT, WHICH WAS IN OCTOBER, 2014 THE TOTAL REIMBURSEMENT REQUEST IS FOR THEIR CONTRIBUTION THAT WAS TO BE REIMBURSED BY THE TURF FOR THE VICKSBURG PROJECT THAT WAS COMPLETED IN 2016 A TOTAL REIMBURSEMENT IS $588,692 AND THAT'S AS OF APRIL 30TH WITH INTEREST ACCRUING AT A RATE OF $29 AND 4 CENTS PER DAY.

THIS INTEREST WILL BE PLACED IN A SPECIAL ACCOUNT WITH THE COUNTY FOR FUTURE MOBILITY PROJECTS, UH, WITHIN THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY.

SO AS OF APRIL 30TH, THE AMOUNT OF INTEREST IS $58,692.

UM, AND WE ARE REQUESTING AUTHORIZATION FOR THIS REIMBURSEMENT.

IS THERE A MOTION TO CONSIDER AUTHORIZING A REIMBURSEMENT FOR BEING COUNTY PURSUANT TO AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, THE MISSOURI CITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOR BEING COUNTY AND REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER TWO, CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS FOR CERTAIN TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENTS.

SO MOVED COUNCIL MEMBER BONEY, WE HAVE A MOTION.

IS THERE A SECOND? JUST REMEMBER EVERY SECOND.

ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS? MARY, THIS IS ANTHONY IN OUR COMMITTEE MEETING YOU MENTIONED THAT WE WILL NOT HAVE, UM, SAY I GUESS IN HOW THAT MONEY WOULD BE SPENT.

UH, IS, IS THERE NO ROOM FOR NEGOTIATIONS? WILL, WILL THE COUNTY TRULY CHOOSE WHAT THEY WANT TO OR DO WE HAVE SOME NEGOTIATION? UM, IE JOYCE, YOU WANT TO CHIME IN? I KNOW THEY SAID IT WILL BE ON A, I GUESS INFRASTRUCTURE, UM, PROJECT, BUT I DON'T KNOW IF WE'LL WOULD BE ABLE TO SAY WHAT TRANSPORTATION PROJECT.

GO AHEAD, JOYCE.

AND THIS IS THE JOYS.

USUALLY WITH BOND PROJECTS, THEY DO ALLOW THE CITY TO SUGGEST PROJ PROJECTS.

THERE'S USUALLY A RESOLUTION THAT COUNCIL PASSES WITH PREFERRED PROJECTS.

NOW WHETHER A COUNTY ACTUALLY, YOU KNOW, GO WITH ALL OF THOSE PROJECTS IS SOMETHING ELSE, BUT THEY USUALLY DO RECEIVE, UH, FOR BOND PROJECTS.

THEY USUALLY DO RECEIVE CITY INPUT.

OKAY.

THANKS FOR THAT CLARIFICATION.

ALRIGHTY.

I'LL DO A ROLL CALL VOTE.

MAY HAVE PROTESTS.

PRESTON COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS.

YEAH.

COUNCIL MEMBER STERLING COUNCIL MEMBER STERLING.

DOUG, IS SHE STILL ON? YES, I'M HERE.

YES.

I'M SORRY.

THAT'S OKAY.

THE COUNCIL MEMBER BONNIE, YOU MADE THE MOTION.

COUNCIL MEMBER RUELAS.

YAY.

COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY, YOU MADE THE SECOND MAYOR FORD.

YAY.

NINE B KIND OF CONSIDER AUTHORIZING A REIMBURSEMENT TO HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM PURSUANT TO AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, THE HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM AND REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER THREE, CITY MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS FOR EDUCATIONAL FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS.

ELENA WILL WILL PRESENT ELENA PORTIS.

YES.

GOOD EVENING.

AGAIN, UH, ON DECEMBER 15, 2018 AND ENTER LOCAL AGREEMENT WAS EXECUTED BETWEEN THE CITY, UH, HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM AND THE TERRORS, UH, REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER THREE.

THIS AGREEMENT PROVIDED FOR THE, UH, FOR HTCS PARTICIPATION IN THE ZONE WITH THE LIMITATION THAT THEIR TAX INCREMENT PARTICIPATION COULD

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ONLY BE USED SOLELY FOR THE PAYMENT OF PROJECT COSTS RELATED TO EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES.

UM, FOR HPC.

THIS PROJECT PLAN WAS APPROVED BY CITY COUNCIL IN 2008.

HPC IS REQUESTING REIMBURSEMENT OF TAX INCREMENT FUNDS FOR THE CAMPUS THAT WAS BUILT IN MISSOURI CITY.

UH, THEY HAVE, UH, THEY LATER SOLD AND RELOCATED TO AN AREA THAT'S NOT IN THE ZONE, BUT IT HAS BEEN DETERMINED THAT THEY'RE STILL ENTITLED TO THIS REIMBURSEMENT.

WE HAD AN INDEPENDENT ACCOUNTANT REVIEW AND VERIFY THEIR EXPENDITURES FOR THE FACILITY, WHICH TOTALED $945,815 AND 9 CENTS.

BUT THEIR REIMBURSEMENT IS LIMITED TO THE AMOUNT THAT THEY PAID INTO THE TERRORS, WHICH IS 350,000, $424 AND 9 CENTS.

ALRIGHTY.

RIGHT.

IS THERE A WHOLE SHIP REIMBURSEMENT? IS THERE A MOTION TO SAN ANTHONY? YOU HAVE A MOTION.

IS THERE A SECOND? CHERYL'S SECOND.

AND ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS? ALL RIGHT, I'LL DO A ROLL CALL VOTE.

A MAYOR PRO TEM PRESTON COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS COUNCIL MEMBERS STERLING MADE THE SECOND COUNCIL MEMBER BALMY.

YES, COUNCIL MEMBER RULE IS MADE THE MOTION COUNCIL NUMBER EMORY.

YAY YAY.

AND C CONSIDER AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT TERMINATING B IN A LOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN REINVESTMENTS OWN NUMBER THREE CITY MISSOURI CITY.

CONSIDERING MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS AND THE HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM FOR THE HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEMS PARTICIPATION IN REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER THREE, CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, IE.

JOYCE.

GOOD EVENING MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF COUNCIL.

AGAIN, THIS ITEM HAS BEEN REQUESTED BY THE HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM.

THEY HAVE REQUESTED THE TERMINATION OF THEIR EXISTING PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT AND REINVESTMENT ZONE.

NUMBER THREE.

AS ELENA MENTIONED, ON OR ABOUT DECEMBER 15TH THE CITY ENTERED INTO AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH HTC THAT PROVIDED THAT THE SYSTEM WOULD, WOULD PROVIDE THEIR TAX INCREMENT INTO THE TERSE THREE ZONE, SPECIFICALLY FOR EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES FOR HCC.

IN ABOUT 2016 HCC RELOCATED ITS EDUCATIONAL FACILITY FROM THE TERSE THREE ZONE TO THE AREA RIGHT NEXT TO CITY HALL HERE.

UM, AND IN DOING THAT THEY HAVE DECIDED THAT THEY NO LONGER DESIRE TO PARTICIPATE IN TERM THREE BECAUSE AS SPECIFIED IN THE AGREEMENT, ANY CONTRIBUTION THAT THEY MAKE INTO THE TERM FUND WOULD HAVE TO BE SPENT ON AN EDUCATIONAL FACILITY WHERE THE HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM.

SO AT THIS TIME THE HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM IS REQUESTING THE TERMINATION OF THE PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT.

I'M HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT HAVE.

IS THERE A MOTION AND MOTION TO APPROVE TERMINATION? IS THERE A SECOND? SECOND CAMERAS.

SO MEMBER BONNIE OR REMEMBER LIST WHICH ONE? WHO'S MAKING THE SECOND? ANTHONY, WE'LL TAKE IT.

SORRY.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU.

ALRIGHTY.

ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS? WHERE ARE YOU JOYCE? OKAY, I'LL DO A ROLL CALL VOTE.

MAY I APPROACH PRESTON, COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS AND ALSO MEMBERS? STERLING? YES.

COUNCIL MEMBER BONEY.

YES.

COUNCIL MEMBER RULE IS THE SECOND COUNCIL MEMBER.

EMORY MADE THE MOTION.

MAY OR COURT.

YES.

D CONSIDER AUTHORIZING BOYER INC TO SELF-PERFORM EARLY WORK PACKAGE FOR THE MUSTANG BY YOUR WASTEWATER PLANT REHABILITATION.

AND EXPANSION PROJECT.

A SLASHY KUMAR WHO WILL MAKE THE PRESENTATION.

YEAH.

SASHA, ARE YOU THERE? HANG ON ONE SECOND, MAN.

I THINK HE WAS HAVING SOME ISSUES WITH THIS AUDIO.

JUST GIVE ME ONE SECOND.

NO PROBLEM.

GOOD EVENING MAYOR AND COUNCIL.

THIS IS SHASHI KUMAR.

CAN YOU HEAR ME? YES, WE CAN HEAR YOU.

VERY GOOD.

UM,

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MAYOR, WE'VE BEEN, UH, MAYOR AND COUNCIL.

WE'VE BEEN IN FRONT OF COUNCIL A NUMBER OF TIMES, UH, UH, ON THE MUSTANG BIO WASTE WATER, UH, PACKAGE PLANT PROJECT.

UH, THE LAST TIME WE CAME TO COUNCIL WAS IN MARCH, 2020 AT THAT POINT, UH, THE COUNCIL OF WATER DECONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AT RISK CONTRACT TWO BOYS, UM, THE, UH, THE CONSTRUCTION IS BEING SPLIT INTO TWO PHASES.

THE FIRST PHASE IS CALLED WHAT'S WE REFERRED TO AS THE EARLY WORK PACKAGE, WHICH INVOLVES, UH, GRADING THE SITE AND MOVING THE PLAN FROM PURULENT, UH, AS PER THE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AT RISK PROCESS.

UH, THE CONTRACTOR, WHICH IS BUYER DID BID THE WORK TASK, UH, UNDER THE SCOPE OF WORK.

UH, THERE WERE NO, UH, SUB-CONSULTANTS OR BITTERS, UH, THAT ARE, UH, THAT SUBMITTED THE BIDS.

UH, BUT IN THE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT ADDRESS PROCESS, UH, THE CONTRACTOR IS, CAN SELF PERFORM THE WORK.

THIS CONTRACTOR BUYER IS CAPABLE OF SELF PERFORMING THE WORK.

AND THE GOOD PART OF ABOUT CMR PROCESS IS UH, THAT ALREADY THERE IS A GUARANTEED MAXIMUM PRICE THAT THE CONTRACTORS AGREED TO PERFORM THE WORK.

SO THE ACTION ITEM FOR YOU TODAY IS SINCE THERE WERE NO BIDDERS TO PERFORM THE WORK, THE, THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR IS BOYER OR WE CALL THE CMR CONTRACTOR WORKS ARE PERFORMED.

THE WORK, UH, THE COUNCIL HAS TO MAKE A DETERMINATION THAT IT'S THE BEST VALUE FOR THE CITY TO AUTHORIZE BOYER TO PERFORM THE WORK RELATED TO THE EARLY WORK PACKAGE.

OUR PARTICIPANTS, WHICH ARE THE OTHER TWO MONTHS, HAVE ALREADY AUTHORIZED CONTRIBUTION OF THEIR SHARE OF FUNDING TOWARDS THE EARLY WORK PACKAGE.

AND IT'S THE STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS TO MOVE FORWARD WITH BOYER.

WE DO HAVE OUR CONSULTANT, UH, JEFF PETERS FROM ARTURA ONLINE.

IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS, EITHER ME OR JEFF CAN ADDRESS THAT.

THANK YOU.

IS THERE A MOTION? IT'S FLORIDA EMORY PROMOTION TO AUTHORIZE.

IS THERE A SECOND? SECOND COUNCIL MEMBER BONEY.

ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS? NOT HEARING ANY QUESTIONS.

I WILL DO A ROLL CALL VOTE ARE POOR.

10 PRESTON COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS AND COUNCIL MEMBER STERLING.

COUNCIL MEMBER STERLING.

IS SHE STILL ON? DOUG? I THINK WE LOST HER.

HANG ON, I'M TRYING TO GET HER BACK.

OKAY.

COUNCIL MEMBER, BONY MATE.

THE SECOND COUNCIL MEMBER.

RUELAS.

YEA, COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY MADE THE MOTION.

THIS IS MAYOR FORD.

YAY.

AND WE WILL GIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS STERLING A SECOND TO GET BACK ON.

OKAY.

MOTION PASSES.

UM, HOPEFULLY WE CAN GET HER AT THE NEXT ONE.

UM, AUTHORIZING AN AMENDMENT TO A CONTRACT FOR THE WILLOW WATERHOLE DRAINAGE ANALYSIS.

AGAIN, MAYOR AND COUNCIL, THIS IS SHASHI KUMAR.

UM, YOU MAY REMEMBER THAT WE DID WORKSHOP THE WATERSHED MASTER PLAN UPDATE WITH COUNCIL IN MARCH IN THE CONTRACT WAS ALL IN APRIL.

UH, THIS IS PART OF THE WATERSHED MASTER PLAN UPDATE, BUT IT SO HAPPENED THAT THE, UH, NUMBER OF IMPENDING PRODUCTS REQUIRED THIS WATERSHED ANALYSIS BE CONSIDERED IN ADVANCE.

SO THE STAFF HAD INITIATED A DRAINAGE ANALYSIS OF THE WILLOW WATERHOLE WATERSHED, WHICH SERVES BOTH CITY OF STAFFORD AND MISSOURI CITY BACK IN SEPTEMBER, 2019.

UH, IF YOU ALSO MAY RECALL WE HAD BUDGETED 500,000 FOR THIS WATERSHED MASTER PLAN TASK SINCE WE TOOK THIS OUT.

THE CONTRACT THAT WE ARE TO AUTHORIZE FOR THE WATERSHED MASTER PLAN UPDATE WAS 450,000.

SO, UH, WE, UH, FACTOR THAT THIS WAS NOT BEING DONE.

HOWEVER, UH, THIS UPDATE WAS BEING, UH, DONE SINCE THE END OF LAST YEAR.

UH, THERE WAS SOME SLIGHT CHANGE IN THE SCOPE OF WORK.

THE BOTTOM LINE OF THIS DRAINAGE ANALYSIS IN WILLOW WATERHOLE IS TO MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS ENOUGH REGIONAL DETENTION SO DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS CAN GO FORWARD WITHOUT ONSITE DETENTION.

I THINK THAT'S THE BEST VALUE TO THE CITY BECAUSE WE WILL POTENTIALLY HAVE MORE TAXABLE VALUE OF LAND THAT'S, THAT'S USEFUL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT.

UH, WE ARE LOOKING AT THE POTENTIAL SITES THAT ARE AVAILABLE FOR REGIONAL.

WE'RE A LITTLE SHOCKED.

UH, STAFFORD DID COME BACK TO THE TABLED SINCE, UH, THIS WATERSHED ENCOMPASSES BOTH STAFFORD AND MISSOURI CITY CENTER AS AN ADDITIONAL PIECE OF LAND THAT WE CAN CONSIDER

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FOR THE ANALYSIS.

SO WE'RE CHARGING THE CONSULTANT TO GO BACK AND UH, CHANGE THE SCOPE AND THE ADD ON TO HIS SCOPE TO SPEAK.

THE ORIGINAL CONTRACT WAS 49,000 WITH THIS CHANGE IN THE SCOPE, WHICH IS AN ADDITION, NO, 7,500 IF LEXI THE 50,000 CONTRACT VALUES THAT REQUIRES COUNCIL APPROVAL AND THAT'S WHY WE'RE PRESENTING THIS TO YOU TONIGHT.

IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS I'LL BE HAPPY TO ENTERTAIN THEM.

IS THERE A MOTION? MOTION TO AUTHORIZE THE AMENDMENT? IS THERE A SECOND? IS THERE A SECOND THAT I CAN COUNCIL MEMBER BONEY.

I HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND.

ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS? ALL RIGHT.

I'M NOT HEARING ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS.

WE WILL NOW DO A ROLL CALL VOTE.

MAY I APPROACH YOU AND PRESTON COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS.

YAY.

COUNCIL MEMBERS.

STERLING.

OKAY.

COUNCIL MEMBER BONEY.

HE MADE THE SECOND COUNCIL MEMBER MORALEZ.

YEA.

COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY MADE THE MOTION.

THIS IS MAYOR FORD.

YEAH.

THERE ARE NO ORDINANCES ON THIS AGENDA.

[Item 11]

RESOLUTIONS 11 EIGHT A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS APPROVING AND ADOPTING THE DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING SPECIALIST FEES.

REPEALING RESOLUTION NUMBER ARE 20 10TH PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE AND MAKING CERTAIN FINDINGS RELATING FAIR TOO.

ALRIGHTY OTIS, YOU WILL BE PRESENTING.

GOOD EVENING MAYOR AND COUNCIL AGAIN.

THIS ITEM AS STATED IS TO ME AND RESOLUTION 2010 I'M IN NOW EFFORTS TO ALLOW FOR MORE ADVANCED NOTICE AND TIME FOR PUBLIC AWARENESS OF THE NEW DEVELOPMENT FEES WE'RE ASKING THAT CONSOLE WOULD CONSIDER EXTENDING THAT DATE TO JUNE 1ST AND THIS WOULD ALLOW US OF COURSE TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC AND MAKE THEM AWARE OF THE NEW SCHEDULE MORE EFFECTIVELY, UM, AND PROVIDE THAT ADVANCED NOTICE TO ONCE OUR FACILITIES OPENED UP.

THANK YOU.

ALRIGHTY.

IS THERE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE RESOLUTION? IS THERE A MOTION? SO MOVED ANTHONY, WE HAVE A MOTION.

IS THERE A SECOND? UH, FLOYD EMORY SECOND.

ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS? OKAY.

ALRIGHTY.

I'LL MOVE FORWARD WITH A ROLL CALL VOTE.

MAYOR PRO TEM PRESTON.

COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS.

YAY.

COUNCIL MEMBER STERLING.

DID SHE MAKE IT BACK? NO, NOT YET.

COUNCIL MEMBER BONEY.

YES.

COUNCIL MEMBER MARULA IS MADE.

THE MOTION COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY MADE THE SECOND MAY OF 48 11 B AN ORDINANCE.

OH, I APOLOGIZE.

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS ADOPTING A SCHEDULE OF FEES PERTAINING TO THE REGULATION REGISTRATION IMPOUNDMENT AND HANDLING ANIMALS BY THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS AND PROVIDING FOR REPAIR.

ALRIGHTY.

AND TAMARA GAFFNEY, YOU'RE PRESENTING TOMORROW? YEAH.

IF TOMORROW I CAN MOVE FORWARD TO THIS.

OH, GO AHEAD AND HEAR ME.

HOW ARE YOU THERE? I'M HERE.

CAN ANYONE HEAR ME? YES.

OKAY.

HI.

GOOD EVENING MAYOR AND COUNCIL.

YES, THIS IS SIMILAR TO DIRECTOR SPRAGUE'S AMENDMENT, UM, TO CHANGE THE DATE, THE PROPOSED DATE, UH, THE ORIGINALLY PROPOSED DATE FROM MAY 1ST TO JUNE 1ST.

UM, IN ORDER TO GIVE US TIME TO, UH, ROLL OUT THE NEW CHANGES TO THE PUBLIC AND IN CONSIDERATION TO THE HARDSHIPS THAT COVERT 19 HAS BROUGHT TO THE PUBLIC AS WELL.

UM, SO IT'S, IT'S A VERY, IT'S VERY SIMILAR IN THE SENSE THAT WE'RE PUSHING IT BACK 30 DAYS IN ORDER TO GIVE