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RIGHT.

[Items 1 & 2]

THE TIME IS NOW SEVEN AND I STATE THAT THE NOTICE FOR THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL COUNCIL MEETING WAS DULY POSTED.

THERE WILL NOW BE A ROLL CALL OF CITY COUNCIL, MAYOR PRO TEM PRESTON COUNCIL MEMBER EDWARDS, PRESENT COUNCIL MEMBERS STERLING PRESENT COUNCIL MEMBER BONEY PRESENT COUNCIL MEMBER ROULIS PRESENT COUNCIL MEMBER, COUNCIL MEMBER EMORY PRESENT.

I WILL NOW DO A ROLL CALL OF CITY STAFF, INTERIM CITY MANAGER, BILL ATKINSON, PRESENT ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER, GLEN MARTEL, CITY ATTORNEY III, JOYCE SYDNEY, SECRETARY MARIA JACKSON, DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT SERVICES.

OLDEST SPRITZ, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATION.

STACY WALKER POLICE CAPTAIN THE WAYNE WILLIAMS. YEAH, REVEREND VAN DALE SMITH'S LOAN OF ONE LIFE FELLOWSHIP RESIDENT, TAMMY LANGE, CAMPBELL, FOUNDER, AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE HONEY BROWN HOPE FOUNDATION.

PRESENT STEVE START SALE MUNICIPAL SALES REPRESENTATIVE WCA PRISON.

RICHARD MCDONALD, HEB CORPORATE DIRECTOR, THEN MILLA VERDICT, SENIOR COMPLIANCE COORDINATOR, ROSEMARY MELODY, HEB ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT, PROJECT MANAGER TO NICK TAYLOR EVANS AREA, COMMUNITY COORDINATOR, MAGGIE HERNANDEZ, ENVIRONMENTAL POLICE.

I'M SORRY.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT MANAGER, CRYSTAL GALLEGO, SENIOR COORDINATOR, COORDINATOR OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS.

ANGIE WORDS, BECKY MISSOURI CITY GREEN PRESENT TOM AND REGINA NICHOLS, MISSOURI CITY GREEN NANCY, LAST NAME S H S C H O E P F.

WAS THERE A CITY GREEN PRESENT? DIANE GILTNER MISSOURI CITY GREEN PRESENT DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS AND CITY ENGINEER SHASHA KUMAR PRESENT UTILITIES MANAGER TAUGHT HOOVER DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICES.

ELENA PORTER'S PRESENT FINANCIAL REPORTING MANAGER, ALEX, LAST NAME ALEXANDER.

ARE YOU THERE? FIRE CHIEF EUGENE CAMPBELL, ASSISTANT FIRE, CHIEF MARIO PARTITA PRESENT ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY JANE SANT ANGELO.

OKAY.

JAMES SANTA ANGELO.

IS THERE ANY ONE PRESIDENT THAT I DID NOT CALL THEIR NAME? HI.

YES.

MY NAME IS MARK AWAY FROM CITY CITY GREEN.

ANYONE ELSE? MIKE BEARS AND POLICE CHIEF.

OKAY.

ANYONE ELSE? WELL NOW HAVE THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE CAPTAIN WILLIAMS. WILL YOU LEAD US IN THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE? YES MA'AM PLEASE JOIN ME IN THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE.

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

THANK YOU.

WE

[3. PRESENTATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS]

WILL NOW HAVE PRESENTATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS.

WE WILL START WITH RECOGNITION OF THE ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION AND THIS AWARD WILL BE ACCEPTED OR CERTIFICATE WILL BE ACCEPTED BY REVEREND MONDALE SMITH'S LOAN, MISSOURI CITY CONGRATULATES ONE FACE FELLOWSHIP ON THE CONGREGATION'S

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ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF SERVING THE LOCAL COMMUNITY AS SALUTES THE CHURCH FOR SERVING A BROAD SPECTRUM OF RESIDENTS NEEDS THROUGH EDUCATION, ENGAGEMENT AND PARTNERSHIPS.

WE ALSO HONOR THE ASSEMBLY'S FOCUS ON FAITH, FAMILY AND FRIENDS, THEREBY SHINING A LIGHT ON THE IMPORTANCE OF UNITY.

THE CITY IS GRATEFUL FOR THE CHURCH'S ONGOING PRESENCE OF LEADERSHIP TO THE PUBLIC DURING A GLOBAL PANDEMIC, AND WE RECOGNIZE THEIR COMMITMENT TO BEING AN ANCHOR WHILE SERVING AS A RESOURCE ON THE FRONTLINE, REVEREND MONDALE SMITH'S LOAN.

WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKE ANY COMMENTS GRIEVINGS AND GOOD EVENING, HONORABLE MAYOR FORD AND DISTINGUISHED MEMBERS OF THE MISSOURI CITY COUNCIL? IT IS MY HONOR THAT I ACCEPT THIS CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION ON BEHALF OF THE ONE LIFE FELLOWSHIP IN CELEBRATION OF OUR FIRST YEAR ANNIVERSARY.

THE BIBLE TELLS US NOT TO DESPISE SMALL BEGINNINGS, AND WE'RE ABSOLUTELY PROUD OF THE POSITIVE, SIGNIFICANT AND VALUABLE IMPACT WE HAVE MADE IN AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE LIFE AND COMMUNITY OF MISSOURI CITY.

AS WE CONTINUE TO BUILD AND GROW AND CONNECT, WE HAVE MADE IT A PROMISE TO INTENTION AND LIVE BY THE MANTRA.

ONE LIFE FELLOWSHIP HAS FLED WHERE YOU ARE LOVED AND NOT JUDGED IN JULY OF LAST YEAR, WE HIT THE GROUND RUNNING AND IMMEDIATELY IMMERSED OURSELVES IN THE COMMUNITY, VOLUNTEERING AND PROVIDING OTHER TYPES OF SERVICES.

AND AS WE MOVE INTO OUR SECOND YEAR AND CONTINUE TO LIVE OUT THE CITY SIGNATURE MOTTO OF BEING THE SHOW, ME STATE, IT IS OUR CONTINUED GOAL TO RISE TO THE OCCASION AND SEEK EVERY OPPORTUNITY AFFORDED TO US, TO VISIBLY AND VIABLY SHOW OTHERS LOVE AND RESPECT.

AS WE CONTINUE IN CONNECTION WITH OTHER FAITH GROUPS, COMMUNITY AGENCIES, COMMUNITY LEADERS, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, THE PEOPLE AND CITIZENS WE CALL TO SERVE FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS.

THANK YOU, MAYOR FORD.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

OUR NEXT PRESENTATION IS ACTUALLY THE HONEY BROWN HOPE FOUNDATION.

AND THIS IS RECOGNITION OF JUNE 14TH THROUGH THE 20TH, UH, 2020 AS WASTE AND RECYCLING WORKERS WEEK, WEEK SALUTING THE EFFORTS OF WCA WASTE CORPORATION THROUGH THE MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE PROGRAM AND HONORING THE HONEY BROWN HOPE FOUNDATION FOR ITS NON TRASHING TRASH WORKERS INITIATIVE THAT SUPPORTS WASTE COLLECTORS FOR THE ESSENTIAL SERVICES THEY PROVIDE TO THE COMMUNITY.

THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY RECOGNIZES JUNE 14TH THROUGH THE 20TH AS WASTE AND RECYCLING WORKERS WEEK.

AND WE SALUTE A SPECIAL GROUP OF UNSUNG SERA HEROES, OUR SANITATION WORKERS, AND WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR THEIR ONGOING EFFORTS IN SPITE OF THE ELEMENTS TO HELP US KEEP OUR SCENIC CITY CLEAN AND GREEN.

THEIR COMMITMENT IS EVEN MORE MEANINGFUL DURING THIS TIME AS MISSOURI CITY COVID-19 WE SALUTE THEIR EXCELLENCE IN CUSTOMER SERVICE, WHICH HAS HIGHLIGHT, WHICH WAS HIGHLIGHTED IN THE 2020 MISSOURI CITY COMMUNITY SURVEY.

AS RESIDENTS RATED THE OVERALL QUALITY OF TRASH SERVICE AS 82%.

WE KNOW THIS IS A TESTAMENT TO THE MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE PROGRAM THAT IS PRESENTLY CONTRACTED THROUGH WCA.

AND WE ARE ALSO SALUTING OUR ALLIES ON THE SANITATION FRONT LINES.

ONE SPECIFIC GROUP, THE HONEY BROWN HOPE FOUNDATION IS SPONSORING A NO TRASHING TRASH WORKERS INITIATIVE THIS WEEK THAT SUPPORTS WASTE COLLECTORS FOR THE CENTRAL SERVICES THAT PROVIDE RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES AS PART OF ITS MISSION, THE 30 YEAR OLD ORGANIZATION FOR MOST ENVIRONMENTAL APPRECIATION.

AND IT'S VIRTUALLY HOSTING THEIR CAMPAIGN TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT SANITATION WORKERS ARE DOING TO KEEP THE EARTH CLEAN.

NOW, THEREFORE I MARRIED YOLANDA FORD ON BEHALF OF THE CITIZENS AND THE CITY PRESENT THIS PROCLAMATION TO THE AWARD WINNING HONEY BROWN HOPE FOUNDATION AND EXTEND OUR THANKS TO THEM FOR BEING A LONG STANDING PARTNER ON THIS AND MANY OTHER COMMUNITY CULTURAL INITIATIVES.

MS. CAMPBELL, WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKE ANY COMMENTS? YES MA'AM.

THANK YOU.

YOU'RE WELCOME.

YOLANDA FORD.

OKAY.

AND NOW THIS THING WITH COUNCIL MEMBERS FOR YOUR AWESOME LEADERSHIP, WE AT THE HONEY BROWN HOPE FOUNDATION ARE HONORED TO RECEIVE THIS PROCLAMATION

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AND RECOGNITION OF OUR, WE LOVE AMERICA HEALTHY, CLEAN, AND GREEN ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP INITIATIVE.

THIS YEAR, WE ARE PLEASED TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE CENTRAL WORK OF OUR PARTNER WCA THROUGH OUR NO TRASH IN TRASH WORKERS, CAMPAIGN AND COMMEMORATION OF WASTE AND RECYCLING WORKERS WEEK.

THIS INSPIRATIONAL AND UPLIFTING CAMPAIGN IS AN HONOR A WASTE WORKERS WHO RISK THEIR LIVES AND HELP TO KEEP MOST CITIES, COMMUNITIES CLEAN AND HEALTHY.

NOT ONLY DOING THIS CORONA VIRUS PANDEMIC, BUT ALSO THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.

IT'S A REMINDER TO EVERYONE OF HOW A CENTER THEIR WORK IS TO EVERYONE'S HEALTH AND WELLBEING.

MAYOR FORD.

THANK YOU AGAIN.

WE GREATLY APPRECIATE ALL THE WORK THAT YOU'RE DOING TO KEEP OUR CITY ON THE FRONT LINE AND ALWAYS SAFE.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU.

THAT STEVE START SELLING.

I WANT TO MAKE ANY COMMENTS, STEVE.

OKAY.

I HAD HIM ON HERE.

SO JUST IN CASE STEVE, ARE YOU THERE MUST HAVE A LAWLESS CONNECTION.

HE WAS INTENDING TO SAY SOMETHING.

OKAY.

STEVE, ARE YOU THERE? DOUG? IS HE STILL ON THE LINE? YEAH, WE MUST HAVE LOST THEM.

OKAY.

THANK YOU, MS. CAMPBELL.

THANK YOU.

ALRIGHTY.

WE WILL NOW MOVE TO PRESENTATION OF THE GOLDEN TREE AWARD TO HEB FOR SEVERAL CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARDS THE CITY'S BEAUTIFICATION .

AND THIS IS THE SECOND TIME THAT HEB IS RECEIVING THE GOLDEN TREE AWARD.

AND THE LAST FIVE YEARS HEB IS RECEIVING THIS AWARD BECAUSE OF BOTH THE LOCAL MISSOURI CITY STORES INCORPORATES, CONTINUED COMMITMENT TO KEEP MISSOURI CITY AND TEXAS BEAUTIFUL.

SPECIFICALLY, ATB HAS SUPPORTED MULTIPLE EVENTS IN MISSOURI CITY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO BACKYARD BACKYARD COMPOSTING WORKSHOP DON'T MESS WITH TEXAS TRASH OFF EDIBLE EARTH FEST TREE PLANTING COMPETITION.

THE MOST RECENT JR GENEROUS SUPPORT WAS PROVIDED FOR THE 2020 EDIBLE EARTH FEST, WHICH HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL LATER THIS FALL.

IN ADDITION, IN 2019 AS A COMPANY, HEB DIVERTED MORE THAN 486 MILLION POUNDS OF WASTE FROM LANDFILLS BY RECYCLING MATERIALS, INCLUDING CARDBOARD PLASTICS, OFFICE PAPER, WASTE, METALS AND TRUCK TIRES AMONG OTHER SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS PRACTICES, AGB CONTINUE TO INVEST IN ENERGY EFFICIENT, LED LIGHTING AND HIGHER EFFICIENCY, REFRIGERATION, AND HVAC EQUIPMENT FOR THEIR STORES AND FACILITIES.

IS THERE SOMEONE WHO IS SPEAKING FOR ON BEHALF OF HEB TODAY? HELLO, THIS IS RICHARD, THE RENTAL AFFAIRS DIRECTOR FOR HCV.

OKAY, GO AHEAD.

THANK YOU.

UH, IT'S GREATLY APPRECIATED.

AND ON BEHALF OF ALL OF HEB, OUR PARTNERS AT HEB CORPORATE, UM, WE JUST WANT TO SAY THAT WE, WE FEEL THAT IT'S OUR RESPONSIBILITY EACH AND EVERY DAY, UH, TO TAKE GOOD CARE OF OUR CUSTOMERS, OUR COMMUNITIES, OUR PARTNERS, AND OBVIOUSLY THE GREAT STATE OF TEXAS AND IN Y'ALLS PARTICULAR CASE, THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY.

SO AGAIN, WE'RE VERY PROUD TO BE PARTNERS WITH YOU GUYS AND WE DO, UH, WE, WE GO EVERY DAY, UM, TO TRY TO MAKE TEXAS A BETTER PLACE, UH, YOU KNOW, IN EACH COMMUNITY THAT WE START.

SO AGAIN, WE REALLY APPRECIATE THE AWARD AND THANK YOU.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY AND THE COUNCIL.

WE SINCERELY APPRECIATE IT.

THANK YOU SO MUCH.

WE WILL NOW MOVE TO WHAT'S.

ANYONE ELSE GOING TO SPEAK? IS THAT, IS THAT IT FOR HEB? ALRIGHTY.

ALL RIGHT.

THANK YOU.

WE WILL NOW MOVE TO PUBLIC COMMENTS.

WE DON'T HAVE ANYONE SIGNED UP FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS, SO WE WILL MOVE TO THE STAFF.

I'M SORRY,

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CAN YOU HEAR ME? THIS STEVE STARTS SO WITH WCA? YES.

OKAY.

STEVE, WE'LL GO BACK.

THAT WAS MY PROBLEM.

WASN'T WORKING PROPERLY.

SO I APOLOGIZE.

OH, NO PROBLEM.

WE'LL GO BACK TO B.

THIS IS IN RECOGNITION OF JUNE 14TH THROUGH THE 20TH, 2020 AS WASTE AND RECYCLING WORKERS.

WE GO AHEAD, STEVE.

YES, UH, UPSTATE STARTS.

SO, UH, WITH DEBBIE CAA AND I WOULD JUST LIKE TO THANK MAYOR FORD AND THE CITY COUNCIL, UH, FOR RECOGNIZING WCA, ESPECIALLY OUR FIELD STAFF, OUR DRIVERS, AND OUR HELPERS WHO ARE LITERALLY ON THE FRONT LINES ON A DAY TO DAY BASIS, UH, DOING THEIR BEST TO, UH, KEEP THE CITY CLEAN AND SAFE AS IT WAS MENTIONED BEFORE, IT'S ESPECIALLY TRYING TIMES WITH THE CORONAVIRUS, BUT THEY ARE, THEY ARE TRULY, UH, PEOPLE THAT, UH, GO TO WORK EVERY DAY AND, UH, AND DO THE OPEN'S WORK TO KEEPING THE CITY, UH, A SAFE PLACE TO LIVE.

UM, OUR DRIVERS, UH, ARE, HAVE BEEN, WE'VE BEEN WITH MISSOURI CITY FOR A PAST SEVEN YEARS OR SO, AND WE VALUE OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE CITY AND, UH, WE LOOK FORWARD FOR A LONG TIME TO COME AND, AND I DO ACCEPT THIS RECOGNITION AND, UH, FOR WCA AND OUR DRIVERS AND HELPERS.

AND I'D ALSO LIKE TO, UH, RECOGNIZE THE HONEY BROWN HOPE FOUNDATION FOR THEIR NO TR NO TRASHING TRASH WORKERS INITIATIVE.

IT MEANS A LOT TO US AS A COMPANY AND OUR, OUR STAFF AND OUR, OUR DRIVERS AND OUR HELPERS.

SO AGAIN, I APPRECIATE AND THANK YOU FOR THE NATION.

AND, UM, UH, THANKS AGAIN.

THANKS.

THANK YOU.

[5. STAFF REPORTS]

WE WILL NOW MOVE TO ITEM FIVE, A CITY MANAGER REVIEW OF LISTS OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS.

YES.

MAYOR AND COUNCIL TONIGHT.

UH, WANT TO, UH, START OFF WITH THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT LIST AND, UH, GIVE YOUR VIEW OF THAT.

AND THEN NOW LEAD US INTO THE ITEM, FOLLOWING THAT BEING THE PRESENTATION OF THE 2021 BUDGET OVERVIEW, JUST AS A KICKOFF TO THE PROCESS GOING FORWARD.

SO AT THIS TIME, I'LL TURN IT OVER TO SHUSH KUMAR AND ALLOWED HIM TO PRESENT THIS TO GOOD EVENING, MAYOR AND COUNCIL.

THIS IS SHASHI KUMAR.

CAN YOU HEAR ME AGAIN, PLEASE? YES.

WE CAN HEAR YOU.

WE CAN HEAR YOU THIS PRO UH, WE ARE AS PART OF THE BUDGET PROCESS.

UH, WE ADOPT THE FIRST YEAR OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.

UH, WE ARE TAG TEAMING, THIS PRESENTATION, WE'LL START WITH, UH, THE FINANCIAL BACKGROUND, WHICH WILL BE GIVEN THE, BY OUR, UH, FINANCE SERVICES DIRECTOR, LENA PORTIS, AND THEN ME AND MY TEAM MEMBER, TODD, WHO WERE WE'LL COME BACK AND TALK ABOUT THE, UH, THE PRODUCTS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2021.

SO ALINA, IF YOU COULD TAKE THE FIRST FEW PRESENTERS SLIDE, PLEASE.

THANK YOU, SHASHI.

UH, WE FIRST WANT TO START WITH A DEFINITION OF A CAPITAL PROJECT, UH, IN THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM, WE HAVE PROJECTS THAT ARE THE COST OF $50,000 OR GREATER, AND IT HAS A USEFUL LIFESPAN OF 20 YEARS OR LONGER.

THE CIP IS A FIVE YEAR PLAN THAT IDENTIFIES THE CAPITAL PROJECTS TO BE FUNDED OVER THAT PLANNING PERIOD.

UH, IN THE CITY CHARTER, THE ANNUAL BUDGET REQUIRES JOSH.

YOU MENTIONED A CAPITAL PROGRAM BE REVISED AND EXTENDED EACH YEAR TO INDICATE THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PENDING OR IN THE PROCESS OF CONSTRUCTION OR ACQUISITION.

AND THE FIRST YEAR OF THE CIP IS INCLUDED IN THE ANNUAL ADOPTED BUDGET.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

UH, THE CIP PROGRAMMING PROCESS STARTS WITH A CAPITAL NEEDS ASSESSMENT.

UH, WE DO HAVE VARIOUS ASSESSMENTS.

UH, WE HAVE A PARKS ASSESSMENT OF FACILITY NEEDS ASSESSMENT, AND THE PAVEMENT AND SIDEWALK EVALUATION PROJECTS, UM, ARE THEN IDENTIFIED FOR THE CAPITAL PRO PROGRAM, UH, DEPARTMENT DIRECTORS.

THEY SUBMIT THEIR PROJECTS IN A FORM TO THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS, WHO IS THE CITY ENGINEER, WHO THEN EVALUATES ALL OF THE FUNDING OPTIONS IN COORDINATION WITH, UH, FINANCIAL SERVICES.

UH, THE CITY ENGINEER THEN SCORES THE CAPITAL PROJECTS AND THE PRELIMINARY CIP IS SUBMITTED TO YOU A CITY COUNCIL, AND THEN THE CIP IS REVISED AS NECESSARY, UH, BEFORE BEING SENT TO COUNCIL FOR FINAL ADOPTION.

AND AGAIN, THE CIP, THE FIRST YEAR OF THE PROGRAM IS INCLUDED WITH THE ANNUAL BUDGET.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

THERE ARE DIFFERENT FUNDING OPTIONS FOR THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.

FIRST THERE'S PAY AS YOU GO FINANCING, WHICH MEANS THAT WE'RE BASICALLY TRANSFERRING CURRENT REVENUES TO PAY FOR PROJECTS.

WE ALSO HAVE DEBT

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FINANCING.

WE USE GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR THOSE GOVERNMENTAL PROJECTS.

UH, WE ALSO USE CERTIFICATES OF OBLIGATION FOR SELF-SUPPORTIVE PROJECTS, SUCH AS THE UTILITIES, UH, AND PIDS.

WE HAVE UTILIZED LEASE PURCHASE AGREEMENTS FOR, UM, SOME EQUIPMENT SUCH AS FIRETRUCKS AND SOME IT EQUIPMENT.

AND IF THERE'S GRANT FUNDING AVAILABLE, OF COURSE, WE WOULD USE THAT ALSO IN THE, UH, CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES SUCH AS FUNDS FROM TEXDOT.

WE ALSO RECEIVE IMPACT FEES FOR, UH, ROAD IMPROVEMENTS AND FOR WATER AND WASTEWATER, AND THOSE FEES CAN BE USED TO FUND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS.

AND WE ALSO HAVE DEVELOPER CONTRIBUTIONS AT TIMES, THAT CAN BE USED.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

THIS IS THE AUTHORIZED, BUT AN ISSUED CHART FOR OUR BOND ELECTIONS.

UH, WE HAVE, UH, ELECTIONS IN 2003, 2008 AND 2014.

WE ARE STILL PLANNING TO ISSUE DEBT THIS CURRENT FISCAL YEAR OF WHICH WE WILL, UH, ISSUE THE BALANCE OF THE FIRE STATION SIX FUNDING THAT WILL LEAVE, UH, AUTHORIZED, BUT I'M ISSUED BONDS FOR DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS FROM THE 2003 ELECTION, WHICH IS APPROXIMATELY 11.6 MILLION.

WE HAVE DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE 2014 ELECTION OF 3,950,000, AND WE'LL HAVE FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS AT 3,819,000, WHICH LEAVES US WITH NINETEEN THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED NINETY TWO THOUSAND IN ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZATION.

REMEMBER AUTHORIZATION IS NOT A DEBT CAPACITY WHEN IT COMES TO LOOKING AT OUR ASSESSED VALUATION.

IT'S WHAT HAS GONE TO THE VOTERS IN THE BALANCE THAT'S AVAILABLE.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE DETERMINING THAT CAPACITY.

UM, I BELIEVE, UH, BILL MENTIONED IT, WE'RE WORKING WITH OUR FINANCIAL ADVISOR TO UPDATE THE DEBT CAPACITY CALCULATION, UH, BUT JUST AS A POLICY, UH, WHEN THE BOND ELECTIONS TOOK PLACE, UH, COUNCIL DECIDED THAT, UH, WE DIDN'T WANT TO HAVE OUR DEBT SERVICE RATE INCREASED BY OVER 4 CENTS, WHICH MEANS THAT THERE WILL BE A MAXIMUM RATE OF 19 FIVE 67 CENTS.

UH, THE DEBT SERVICE TAX RATE IN 2003 WAS A LITTLE OVER 15 AND A HALF CENTS.

AND THE HIGHEST HAS BEEN A LITTLE OVER 19 CENTS IN FISCAL YEAR 2019 DURING A BUDGET WORK SESSION, COUNCIL LIMITED TO FURTHER LIMITED THE DEBT SERVICE RATE TO 17 CENTS.

AND THIS IS THE RIGHT THAT OUR FINANCIAL ADVISOR WILL BE USING WHEN THEY COMPLETE THE UPDATED THAT CAPACITY, UH, WHEN IT COMES TO THE AMOUNT, UH, OR CALCULATING DEBT CAPACITY, WE LOOK AT THE TAXABLE ASSESSED VALUATION DIVIDED BY 100 AND MULTIPLY IT BY 17 CENTS TO DETERMINE WHAT THE ALLOWABLE ANNUAL DEBT SERVICES, UH, OR THE MAXIMUM OF, UH, 19 FIVE, SIX, SEVEN, UH, THE, THE ANNUAL DEBT SERVICE WOULD BE DEPENDENT UPON, UM, THE INTEREST RATES AT THAT TIME.

AND, UH, THE AMOUNT OF TIME FOR THE DEBT, WHETHER IT'S 20, 25, 30 YEARS.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

OKAY.

SO AT THIS TIME, I'LL TURN IT OVER TO SHASHI TO REVIEW THE PROPOSED PROJECTS.

THANK YOU, LENA.

UM, GOOD EVENING AGAIN, UH, MAYOR AND COUNCIL, UH, I WILL BE MAKING THIS PRESENTATION.

UH, THIS IS SHASHI KUMAR ALONG WITH TODD WHORE.

I JUST WANTED TO USE OUR NEW UTILITIES MANAGER PART WHO WERE, WE JUST CAME ON BOARD RECENTLY.

TART COMES TO US WITH A NUMBER OF YEARS OF MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING AND UTILITY OPERATIONS EXPERIENCE.

AND WE CERTAINLY NEED THAT BECAUSE ONE EXPANDING OUR UTILITY CAPACITY IN ALL THE THREE ASSETS THAT WE OWN, THE MUSTANG, THE STEEP BANK, AS WELL AS THE SURFACE WATER PLANT.

UH, ONE IMPORTANT NOTE, UH, THAT, UH, YOU NEED TO KEEP IN MIND BEFORE I DISCUSS THE PROJECTS IS ALINA WENT OVER THE UNISSUED BOND AUTHORIZATION.

WE ARE PRETTY MUCH DONE WITH ALL THE BONDS ON THE OTHER SECTORS.

THE ONLY AVAILABLE AUTHORIZATION IS ON THE DRAINAGE SIDE AND A LITTLE BIT LEFT ON THE FACILITY SIDE.

OTHER THAN THAT, WE DO NOT HAVE ANY, UH, REMAINING BOND AUTHORIZATIONS, BEATEN PARKS, BEATEN MOBILITY AND TRANSPORTATION, OR, UH, UH, EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OR NOT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, I WOULD SAY IS THE, UH, THE, THE, THE POLICE AND THE FIRE WITH THAT.

UH, UH, I'M GONNA TURN IT ON TO THE NEXT SHEET, PLEASE.

OUR NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

THESE ARE SOME OF THE PROJECTS, UH, THAT WE HAVE PROGRAMMED IN FISCAL YEAR 21, JUST LIKE, UH, ANY OTHER HERE IN THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.

THE 21 PROJECTS ARE ADOPTED AS PART OF THE BUDGET CYCLE, THE REMAINING FOUR YEARS OR THE OTHER HERE, UH, PROJECTS ARE FOR PLANNING AND BUDGETING PURPOSES ONLY.

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UH, THE FIRST PROJECT IN DRAINAGE IS THE WILLOW WATERHOLE.

UH, AND, UH, THIS SLIDE GIVES YOU THE PROJECT AND THE, UH, PROPERTY THAT COST NUMBERS.

UH, THE NEXT SLIDE GIVES YOU A LITTLE BIT OF A DESCRIPTION.

THE WILLOW WATERHOLE IS, UH, UH, ENCOMPASSES BOTH CITY OF STAFFORD AND MISSOURI CITY.

WE'RE LOOKING AT BUILDING A REGIONAL DETENTION PROJECT TO ADDRESS DRAINAGE AND DETENTION NEEDS.

THE NEXT PROJECT IS, UH, IT'S, IT'S ACTUALLY, UH, TOWARDS A PARK IMPROVEMENT, AMERICAN LEGION PARK.

UH, WE ARE CURRENTLY DOING A DESIGN, BUT THIS WILL BE USED TO RETROFIT SOME EROSION CONTROL MEASURES AT THE PARK, UH, WHERE THERE HAS BEEN A LOT OF EROSION OVER THE YEARS.

THE THIRD PROJECT IN TERMS OF DRAINAGE IS THE BUFFALO RUN PORK.

AGAIN, UH, THERE HAS BEEN SOME SLOPE, UH, PROTECTION EROSION NEEDS, AND THIS WILL BE ALSO A CONSTRUCTION PROJECT ON THE FACILITY SIDE.

UH, WE ARE, UH, WORKING TOWARDS THE FIRE STATION NUMBER SIX, WHICH PROJECT IS ANTICIPATED TO BE BID PRETTY SOON, UH, WITH THE ANTICIPATED MORE OF FIRE ADMIN, ONCE FIRE STATION NUMBER SIX IS CONSTRUCTED.

UH, THAT SPACE WILL BE REPURPOSED FOR PD.

SO, UH, FUNDING IS THE PROPERTY HERE TO REPURPOSE THE, UH, THE, UH, THE FACILITY OR THE SPACE THAT WILL BE VACATED BY FIRE ADMINISTRATION.

UH, THE NEXT PROJECT UNDER FACILITIES IS THE PARTS MAINTENANCE FACILITY.

UH, THE DESIGN WAS FUNDED LAST YEAR.

UH, WE WILL BE COMING SOON TO COUNCIL TO OUTSIZE A DESIGN CONTRACT TO DESIGN IT.

THE, THE FUNDING THAT'S, UH, PUT HERE IS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE PARTS MAINTENANCE FACILITY, UH, LOCATED RIGHT ACROSS CITY HALL.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

UH, IF I MAY PASS HERE, UH, LIKE EVERY YEAR WE DO SEND OUT A REQUEST FOR PROJECTS.

THE PARTS DEPARTMENT SUBMITTED, UH, NINE, UH, PARK REHAB TYPE OF PROJECTS APPROXIMATING ABOUT 1 MILLION.

AND AGAIN, WE DO NOT HAVE BOND AUTHORIZATION REMAINING IN THE PARTS OF PROJECT.

SO WE, THAT WAS NOT INCLUDED IN THE, UH, IN THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM.

THE OTHER REQUESTS THAT CAME WAS FOR THE UPGRADE OF THE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS.

AND AGAIN, WE HAVE NOT FINALIZED THE COST ON THIS, AND WE HAVE VERY LIMITED CAPACITY AVAILABLE IN FACILITY TO FUND THIS PROJECT AT THIS POINT, SO THAT IT WAS NOT INCLUDED HERE.

UH, FINALLY ONE OF THE REQUESTS CAME WAS, UH, FROM THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.

OBVIOUSLY WE ARE BUILDING FIRE STATION NUMBER SIX.

UH, THEY WANTED TO SEE IF ADDITIONAL FUNDING WOULD BE AVAILABLE TO INCLUDE A THIRD BAY.

IT'S A TWO BAY FIRE STATION WITH THE SECOND FLOOR BEING, UH, A REPORT OF PURPOSE FOR FIRE ADMINISTRATION.

BUT WE'RE LOOKING AT DOING AN ALTERNATE BIT TO SEE, UH, WITHIN THE AVAILABLE FUNDING.

AGAIN, THERE IS NO ADDITIONAL FUNDING AVAILABLE OR BONDING CAPACITY AVAILABLE, BUT WITHIN THE AVAILABLE FUNDING, WE CAN ACCOMMODATE THE THIRD BAY FOR THE NEW FIRE STATION SIX.

SO THOSE WERE THE NEW REQUESTS OR PROJECTS THAT CAME IN.

UH, I DID ALREADY TALK ABOUT THESE PROJECTS IN RANGE AND FACILITIES.

SO IF YOU COULD MOVE ON TO THE NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE, ON THE TRANSPORTATION SIDE, UH, WE, WE, EVERY YEAR WE DO TRAFFIC STUDIES AND CARLITOS, WHETHER IT'S CONGESTION, UH, THE TYPICAL FUNDING WE PUT FOR GIS AND MAPPING, A LOT OF THESE FUNDING IS COMING FROM METRO SIGNAL UPGRADE AND SEQUENCING THAT WE DISCUSSED IN OUR, UH, SPECIAL, UH, MEETING PRESENTATION, OBVIOUSLY SIDEWALK, UH, WE ARE KEEPING IT JUST AROUND 400,000 AND WE TALKED ABOUT THE PAIN, PAYMENT, MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT PROGRAM.

WE'RE UPPING THAT NUMBER TO 1.5 MILLION IN FISCAL YEAR 21.

UH, WE HAVE A SIGNAL THAT WE NEED TO RECONSTRUCT, UH, IN, UH, DUE TO THE FUNDING AVAILABILITY.

WE'RE DOING THE, DOING THIS, UH, THE DESIGN OF A STUDY IN 21.

AND THE CONSTRUCTION WILL BE IN THE, UH, THE NEXT YEAR OF THE FISCAL YEAR 22.

UM, ONE OF THE THINGS WE WILL BE DOING IN FY 21 IS THE UPDATE, THE THOROUGHFARE AND THE ITS MASTER PLAN.

THE THOROUGHFARE MASTER PLAN KIND OF IDENTIFIES, UH, THE TRAFFIC AND CONGESTION NEEDS AND FUTURE INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS OF THE CITY.

THIS IS ALSO VERY ESSENTIAL BECAUSE WHEN WE PUSH YOU FUNDING GRANTS WITH FORT BEND COUNTY OR ACAC, UH, THEY LOOK AT OUR PLAN AND TRY TO FUND PROJECTS THAT ARE IN THE APPROVED, UH, UH, TRANSPORTATION AND THE ITS MASTER PLAN.

SO IT'S VERY ESSENTIAL THAT WE DO IT, AND I BELIEVE THE LAST, UH, UH, ITS PLAN WAS UPDATED IN 2008.

AND THE, UH, UH, THE MASSIVE THOROUGHFARE PLAN WAS UPDATED IN 2012.

UH, THE NEXT PROJECT THAT YOU SEE THERE IS THE CITY HALL DRIVE RECONSTRUCTION OR EXTENSION.

AND I WILL TALK TO YOU A LITTLE BIT IN THE NEXT FEW

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SLIDES WHERE I HAVE SOME GOOD EXHIBITS.

UH, WE DID TALK ABOUT THE PARK EIGHT 90 REIMBURSEMENT, UH, EARLIER, AND THAT IS AN ENCUMBRANCE THAT WE HAVE, AND THEN WE'LL BE, UH, THAT'S INCLUDED WITHIN THE, UH, THE CIP PROGRAM AS THE REIMBURSEMENT AND THE OTHER, UH, MOBILITY BOND PROJECT THAT WE HAVE COME TO THE COUNCIL IN THE PAST.

I BELIEVE WE CAME TO THE COUNCIL AT THE JANUARY RETREAT AND PRESENTED IS THE RECONSTRUCTION OF A SECTION OF LEXINGTON BOULEVARD ON CARTWRIGHT.

AND I'M GOING TO ELABORATE, UH, THAT FURTHER IN MY NEXT SLIDE.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

NOW, UH, IN BEFORE 2017 MOBILITY BOND PROGRAM, UH, FOR PROJECTS FOR AUTHORIZED AND, UH, AND THE TWO OF THOSE PROJECTS ARE MOVING FORWARD.

THE TWO OTHER PROJECTS, THE CITY DID NOT HAVE THE MATCHING FUNDS OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS, AND WE HAVE NOT STARTED ON THOSE PROJECTS ON MULTIPLE OCCASIONS FOR PITT COUNTY HAS REACHED OUT TO US AND SAID THAT IF WE CANNOT FUND 50% OF OUR COSTS, THEY MAY TAKE AWAY THE FUNDS ALLOCATED FOR THESE PROJECTS.

AND, UH, AGAIN, BACK IN JANUARY OF, UH, THIS YEAR, WE CAME TO COUNCIL AND SAID, THE GLEN LAKES RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT WAS ONE OF THOSE PROJECTS THAT WE HAD SUBMITTED.

THE TOTAL COST IS ABOUT HAYDEN A HALF A MILLION OF WHICH THE CITY SHARE IS CLOSE TO $5 MILLION.

WE DID NOT HAVE THAT KIND OF, UH, MATCHING FUNDS.

UH, WE HAVE INDICATED TO SWAP THE PROJECT TO CONSTRUCT THE PORTION OF LEXINGTON BOULEVARD AND CARTWRIGHT AT THE BRIGHTWATER ENTRANCE AND WHAT THIS DOES IS NOT ONLY IMPROVE THE PAYMENT, UH, CONDITION, WHICH IS VERY BAD, BUT THERE IS ALSO INTEREST IN THE DRAINAGE ISSUE AND THE WAY INTEND TO, UH, FUND THIS PROJECT IS, UH, ROUGHLY THE CITY HAS TO FUND 2 MILLION.

WE DO HAVE, UH, UNISSUED DRAINAGE, BONDS AND FUNDING THAT WE CAN MATCH.

THERE IS A SIGNIFICANT COMPONENT OF DRAINAGE HERE, AND ALSO WE'RE IN JANUARY COUNCIL OUTSIZE, ROUGHLY AROUND A LITTLE OVER $1 MILLION IN BOND FUNDING.

SO WITH THAT, WE CAN AT LEAST AVAIL 2 MILLION OF CITY'S FUNDS AND MATCH 2 MILLION OF FORT BEND COUNTY FUNDS TO ADDRESS A ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT, WHICH YOU HEARD IN THE SPECIAL MEETING THAT WE HAVE MANY TO DO TO CATCH UP, UH, THE NEXT PRODUCT I ALREADY DISCUSSED.

THAT'S THE DESIGN PROJECT FOR A SIGNAL UPGRADE AND THE CONSTRUCTIONIST PLANT IN FISCAL YEAR 22, WE DID TALK ABOUT THE IDEAS MASTER PLAN AND THOROUGHFARE PROJECT.

UH, THE OTHER MOBILITY PROJECT THAT WE'RE PLANNING ON SWAPPING.

AND AGAIN, THIS WAS PRESENTED TO COUNCIL AND WE TOOK THE COUNCIL DIRECTION TO MOVE FORWARD IS THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE CITY HALL, RIGHT? THIS IS THE DRIVE THAT ENCOMPASSES THE CITY HALL CAMPUSES.

AND THERE WILL BE A SLIGHT EXTENSION OF THE CITY HALL DRIVE TO SCANLON ROAD.

AND THIS IS PRIMARILY TO FACILITATE THE VETERANS MEMORIAL PROJECT.

AGAIN, UH, WHAT'S PLANTATION EXTENSION WAS ONE OF THE PROJECTS FUNDED.

UH, WE, UH, THAT PROJECT COST IS ABOUT FOUR AND A HALF MILLION.

AND THE COUNTY SHARE OF FUNDING WAS 1.1 BILLION, UH, FOR CITY TO FUND THAT PROJECT.

WE DO NOT HAVE THE MATCHING FUNDS AND NEITHER WE HAVE THE RIGHT OF WAY.

SO WE THOUGHT IT WOULD BE BEST AVAILABLE.

WE CAN USE SOME OF THAT FUNDING FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION OF CITY HALL, DRY, WHICH, UH, WE FORMALLY GOT APPROVAL BY THE COUNTY, UH, IN AN EMAIL AND IN AN INTERLOCAL, WE'LL BE COMING TO THE COUNCIL IN THE COMING MONTHS, UH, TO MOVE FORWARD WITH THE PROJECT ON THE LEXINGTON BOULEVARD PROJECT.

WE ARE IN, UH, NEGOTIATIONS WITH THE FORT BEND COUNTY COMMISSIONER AND THE COUNTY STAFF.

WE HOPE THAT WE'LL HAVE A RESOLUTION AND COME TO THE COUNCIL AS WELL IN THE COMING MONTHS FOR AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

AGAIN, THIS SLIDE SHOWS THE FOUR, UH, MOBILITY PROJECTS THAT WERE AUTHORIZED.

AND AGAIN, YOU'RE TALKING AT A TOTAL PROJECT COST OF $21 MILLION CLL PARKWAY INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS.

WE'RE ABLE TO MOVE FORWARD WITH A PARTNERSHIP WITH THE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, UH, THE BELTWAY CONNECTOR IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE DEVELOPER.

UH, WE HAVE TWO OTHER PROJECTS WITH POTENTIAL FUNDING TO THE TUNE OF 4.6 MILLION.

SO IF WE DON'T USE IT, WE MAY LOSE IT.

SO WE ARE TRYING TO REPURPOSE THIS INTO TWO PROJECTS THAT WE CAN AFFORD A, WHICH IS THE CITY HALL DRIVE RECONSTRUCTION, WHICH HAS 1.8 MILLION OF WHICH THE CITY SHARE IS AROUND 900,000, AS WELL AS THE, UH, RECONSTRUCTION OF PORTION OF LEXINGTON BOULEVARD ON CARTWRIGHT, WHERE THE CITY SHARE IS AROUND 2 MILLION.

UH, THAT'S UH, PRETTY MUCH WHAT WE HAD ON THE MOBILITY PROJECTS.

AND I THINK BY AT LEAST LEVERAGING THIS, WE MAY BE ABLE TO USE, IF NOT ALL, AT LEAST SOME PART OF THE, SOME PART OF THE MOBILITY FUNDING THAT'S AVAILABLE FOR ROADWAY, RECONSTRUCTION PROJECTS.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

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THIS IS JUST A MAP SHOWING WHERE THOSE MOBILITY PROJECTS ARE.

AND I THINK WE HAVE GONE OVER THIS ONE.

SO I WILL SKIP THIS AND GO TO THE NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

WE'RE NOW COMING TO THE UTILITY PROJECTS AT THIS POINT, I'M GOING TO TURN IT OVER TO TODD WHO WE'RE AND REQUESTS THAT HE BOUGHT THESE UTILITY PROJECTS.

YES, GOOD EVENING.

HONORABLE MAYOR FORD AND CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS.

THE PRO LISTEN PROJECTS WILL BE FUNDED BY PROPOSED GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS SUPPORTED BY UTILITY REVENUE WHILE WE'RE ON THIS SLIDE, I WANTED TO POINT OUT THE FOURTH ITEM BUSTING BY YOU ENGINEERING ASSESSMENT OF EST.

AS WE GO OVER THE PROJECT DESCRIPTION, I'M GOING TO NEED TO MAKE A CORRECTION FOR RECORD A IT'S LISTED AS A GST ON THE DESCRIPTION.

THIS IS THE SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT NAMES.

SO WE'LL GO INTO THE DESCRIPTION.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

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SO THE MUSTANG BY YOU WATER PLANT, NUMBER ONE, LOCATED AT HIGHWAY SIX AND WATTS PLANTATION DRIVE.

THIS IMPROVEMENT WILL BE FOR GROUND STORAGE TANK AND HYDRO TANKS, INSPECTIONS AND RECORDINGS ALONG WITH A CHEMICAL TANK AND FENCE REPLACEMENTS.

THE SECOND ITEM MUSTANG BY YOU, WATER PLANT.

NUMBER TWO, THAT'S LOCATED AT FORT BEN PARKWAY AND LAKE OLYMPIA PARKWAY.

THIS IMPROVEMENT WOULD BE FOR EXCESS ROAD REPAIRS AND ENGINEERING FOR REPLACING TWO GROUND WATER STORAGE TANKS CONTROL, BUILDING REPAIRS AND HUNTER TANK INSPECTION AND RECODING.

THE THIRD BULLET MUSTANG BY YOU LIFT STATION REPAIRS IS FOR LAKE SHORE HARBOR.

NUMBER ONE, REPLACED THE PUMP FLOATS AND VOWS LAKE SHOE HARBOR.

NUMBER TWO, REPLACED PUMP GUIDE RAILS AT KROGER LIFT STATION, THE REPLACEMENT OF THE PUMP GUIDE RAILS AND THE CHECK FILES.

AND LASTLY, HURRICANE LANE REPLACED THE DISCHARGE PIPE VALVES AND REPAIRED THE FENCE.

THE FOURTH ITEM IS WHERE I NEED TO MAKE THE CORRECTION FOR RECORD.

THIS SHOULD SAY MUSTANG BY YOU ENGINEERING ASSESSMENT FOR E S T NOT GST.

AND THE DESCRIPTION HERE IS FOR ENGINEERING EVALUATION FOR A 1 MILLION GALLON ELEVATED STORAGE TANK.

THE FIFTH ITEM IS A W I A RISK AND RESILIENCE ASSESSMENT AND EMERGENCY PLAN.

THIS IS A U S EPA AMERICA'S WATER INFRASTRUCTURE ACT THAT AMENDED THE SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT.

THIS ASSESSMENT EVALUATES WATER FACILITY, SPECIFIC VULNERABILITIES, THREATS, AND CONSEQUENCES FROM POTENTIAL HAZARDS, THE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN DIVES DEEP INTO SITE SECURITY AND CYBER SECURITY AMONG OTHER STRATEGIES AND ACTIONS.

THE SIXTH BULLET IS THE STEEP BANK FLAT BANK WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT OUTFALL REPAIRS.

THIS IS FOR SLIP LINING OF THE DETERIORATED OUTFALL PIPE AND REPAIR OF THE ACCESS ENTRY ROAD.

NUMBER SEVEN IS THE STEEP FLAT BANK WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT REPAIRS.

THIS IS FOR CLEANING THE AERIATION BASINS, REPLACING SLUDGE RETURN PUMPS AND REPLACING POLYMER SYSTEMS. NUMBER EIGHT IS THE STEEP BANK FLAT BANK LIFT STATION REPAIRS.

THIS INCLUDES COLONIAL LAKES, REPLACING A PUMP AND ODOR CONTROL AND GENERATOR TRANSFER SWITCH.

ALSO THOMPSON FERRY, REPLACING A PUMP AND FENCE AND FORK BEN COUNTY MUD ONE 29.

NUMBER ONE, TWO, AND THREE, REPLACING CONTROL PANELS.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

STEVE BANK BANK REUSE FACILITY.

THIS IS FOR ENGINEERING TO REUSE FOR A REUSE SYSTEM TO PRODUCE REVENUE FROM THE WASTEWATER EFFLUENT ITEM.

NUMBER 10, UM, AT OUR SURFACE WATER TREATMENT PLANT, WE'VE GOING THROUGH AN EXPANSION OF 10 MILLION GALLONS TO 20 MILLION GALLONS.

SO THESE PARTICULAR PROJECTS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE EXPANSION AND THE SURFACE WATER TREATMENT PLANT NEEDS A MEMBRANE AND OTHER CRITICAL IMPROVEMENTS.

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IT INCLUDES ONE MEMBRANE REPLACEMENT RACK, AN INLINE CHLORAMINE ANALYZER REPLACE LIFT STATION PUMPS, AND OTHER CHEMICAL PUMPS.

ALSO ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS, HIGH SERVICE PUMP BACK UP AND A COMPUTER SOFTWARE UPGRADE.

THE NEXT ITEM IS THE SURFACE WATER TREATMENT PLANT NEW GROUND STORAGE TANK.

THIS IS FOR A PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING FOR THE DEMAND THAT EXCEEDS THE HIGH CAPACITY GOING ON AT THE PLANT.

NUMBER 12 ITEM IS A SURFACE WATER TREATMENT PLANT BYPASS PUMP PROJECT FOR PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING.

THIS BRISCOE PUMP STATION WOULD USE AN EXISTING GULF COAST WATER AUTHORITY STUB OUT TO PUMP WATER FROM THE BRISK FROM BRAZOS RIVER.

THIS BYPASS PUMP WOULD BE OF CRITICAL IMPORTANCE WHEN THE CANAL IS SHUT DOWN FOR PERIODIC MAINTENANCE, UH, THE LAST BUT NOT LEAST THE SURFACE WATER TREATMENT PLANT NEW FOR BAY PROJECT.

THIS IS FOR PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING TO INCREASE THE IMPACT CAPACITY OF OUR SURFACE WATER PLANT FROM THE GULF COAST WATER AUTHORITY CANAL, NEXT SLIDE.

AND THAT CONCLUDES MY PORTION.

ANYBODY HAVE ANY QUESTIONS? THANK YOU, TODD.

UM, MAYOR AND COUNCIL.

THIS IS THE FIVE YEAR OUTLOOK OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.

UM, JUST AGAIN, TO REMIND YOU, THE FISCAL YEAR 21 IS ADOPTED AS PART OF THE BUDGET PROCESS, THE OTHER YEARS ARE JUST FOR PLANNING PURPOSES ONLY, UH, YOU CAN SEE A NUMBER OF PROJECTS ARE ON THE DRAINAGE SITE, FOR EXAMPLE, LOWER OYSTER CREEK AND, UH, PRE 87 IMPROVEMENTS THAT MAY ALL CHANGE.

WE'RE GOING THROUGH A MASTER DRAINAGE PLAN UPDATE THAT THIS COUNCIL RECENTLY PRICED.

UH, SO, UM, THEY WILL, UH, CHANGE.

I WILL DIRECT YOUR ATTENTION TO THE TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS.

AND AGAIN, YOU WERE GIVEN A STACK SHOT OF THIS AT THE, UM, SIDEWALK AND PAYMENT ASSESSMENT PRESENTATION.

UH, THE, AGAIN, THE RENEWED EMPHASIS THAT WE'RE TRYING TO PLACE IS ON THE PAYMENT MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT PROGRAM AND THE SIGNAL UPGRADES THAT ARE DEMANDING MORE FUNDS.

AND AGAIN, ONE MORE, UM, ITEM THAT YOU WOULD NEED TO PAY ATTENTION TO IS OUR CURRENT ENCUMBRANCE, UH, YOU TO PARK AT 90 REIMBURSEMENT, UH, IS MAKING OUR FUNDING TIGHT IN TERMS OF ANY OTHER PROJECTS BETWEEN FISCAL YEAR 21 AND 23.

UH, THAT'S PRETTY MUCH WHAT I HAD ON THIS SLIDE.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

SO THOSE ARE THE FIVE YEAR PLAN FOR UTILITIES.

I MENTIONED EVERYTHING THAT WAS HAPPENING IN 2021, THE REMAINING FIVE YEARS, UM, FOUR YEARS AFTER THAT, OR THE CONTINUATION OF THE, THE PROJECTS LISTED BEFORE.

THANKS, TOM.

UM, THAT'S PRETTY MUCH WHAT WE HAD, UH, MAYOR AND COUNCIL.

WE HAVE THE ESTIMATOR SOURCES OF FUNDING BELOW, AND THIS IS OUR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEAR 21.

AND THE FIVE-YEAR THAT WE PRESENT AS PART OF THE BUDGET PROCESS.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, THIS TEAM WILL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE.

ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS FOR SASHI? ALRIGHTY, WE WILL MOVE ON TO PRESENTATION OF FISCAL YEAR 2021 BUDGET OVERVIEW, ELENA PORTIS.

WHAT DO YOU MEAN? I BELIEVE, UM, UH, PHIL ATKINSON MIGHT WANT TO START.

I DID.

AND IF I MAY, UH, THE SPILL ATKINSON AND WHAT I WANTED TO POINT OUT TO YOU IS WE HAVE BEEN GOING THROUGH THE, UH, 2021, UH, BUDGETS WITH A DEPARTMENT AND THAT HAS BEEN GOING ON OVER THE PAST WEEK AND A HALF.

AND AS WE CONTINUE TO THIS WEEK AND WE ARE ONE THING THAT I AM, UH, STRESSING TO THEM IS SOMETHING I MENTIONED I BELIEVE BEFORE.

IS THAT WITH WHAT OCCURRED WITH COVID? UH, WE ARE STILL A LITTLE APPREHENSIVE WITH RESPECT TO REVENUES AND WHAT THEY MIGHT DO AS YOU RECALL.

UH, MR. UH, HAKAN YOS HAD PRESENTED US WITH THE INFORMATION THAT ALREADY, WHAT, UH, THE FORECASTING LOOK LIKE FROM DIFFERENT, UH, ECONOMISTS.

AND, UH, WE HAVE BEEN FORTUNATE.

WE LOOKED SPECIFICALLY AT, UH, SALES TAX AND AT THE TIME THAT HE PRESENTED, HE BELIEVED THAT WE WOULD START SEEING A DECLINE AND POTENTIALLY SEE A DECLINE THAT WOULD CARRY US INTO, UH,

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TWO TO THREE MORE FISCAL YEARS BEFORE WE WOULD GET TO WHERE WE'RE AT OR PLANNING TO BE AT THIS YEAR AT THE SAME LEVEL, WHAT WE HAVE.

AND AGAIN, THIS IS, UH, WE'RE CAUTIOUS WITH THIS INFORMATION, BUT, UH, FOR THE PAST TWO MONTHS THAT, UH, HAVE BEEN IN THIS FISCAL YEAR WHERE COVEN WAS TA HAD TAKEN EFFECT.

UH, THE FIRST MONTH, AS YOU'LL RECALL, WE SAW 7% INCREASE IN, AS HE MENTIONED, HE WAS A LITTLE SURPRISED BY THAT, BUT DID FIGURE THAT, UH, WITH PEOPLE BEING HOME, UH, AND NOT GOING OUTSIDE THE CITY FOR EMPLOYMENT, UH, FOR THEIR, THEIR JOBS AND SHOPPING OUTSIDE THE CITY THAT WE SAW THE BENEFIT OF THEM BEING HOME.

UH, THE SECOND MONTH OF, UH, THAT WE HAVE EXPERIENCED THROUGH COVID, WE HAVE SEEN, AS WE MENTIONED THE OTHER DAY, THAT WE ONLY SAW 1% REDUCTION IN SALES TAX, WHERE WE HAD THOUGHT THAT WE MIGHT START SEEING MORE OF A REDUCTION THAN THAT.

SO AGAIN, WE'RE CAUTIOUSLY OPTIMISTIC.

HOWEVER, WE'RE GOING TO CONTINUE TO WATCH THIS AND SEE WHAT OCCURS, UH, WITH RESPECT TO THAT, UH, WITH RESPECT TO COVID THE OTHER ITEM.

AND I THINK ELENA HAD MENTIONED THIS DURING THE TURKISH PRESENTATION WAS, UH, IN RESPECT TO THE, UH, SALES TAX.

WE HAVE SEEN AN INCREASE IN THE EXCUSE ME, PROPERTY TAX.

WE DID SEE AN INCREASE IN VALUES WITH RESPECT TO THE PROPERTY TAXES.

ONE OF THE THINGS THAT SHE MENTIONED THIS WAS THAT WE SAW A LOT OF IT TAKING PLACE WITHIN THE TOURIST AREAS.

AND SO THEREFORE THAT MEANS THAT THEY WILL BE UTILIZED AND MAINTAINED WITHIN THOSE, UH, THOSE TARS ACCOUNTS.

AND, UH, SO WE'VE ADVISED THE DEPARTMENT HEADS, UH, TO BE CONSCIENTIOUS OF THOSE TWO FACTORS, AS WELL AS JUST NOT KNOWING EXACTLY WHAT'S GOING TO OCCUR WITH THE ECONOMY AS WE MOVE FORWARD.

SO, UH, REGIONALLY AND, UH, THAT THIS HAS AN IMPACT ON US.

SO WE STARTED WITH THAT GROUND WORK.

WE ARE WORKING ON THE BUDGETS AND THEN NEXT WEEK WE'LL BE PRESENTING, UM, DEPARTMENTAL BUDGETS TO YOU, UH, SPECIFICALLY, AND, UH, BE PREPARED TO RECEIVE YOUR FEEDBACK AS TO, UH, WHAT KIND OF PROGRAMS. AND THEN ALSO, UH, ANY QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT HAVE WITH WHAT'S BEING PRESENTED.

SO JUST WANT TO GIVE YOU THAT AS SOME GROUNDWORK, AS ELENA PRESENTS THIS INFORMATION TO YOU.

THANK YOU.

OKAY.

THANK YOU.

UH, GOOD EVENING, MAYOR AND COUNCIL.

THIS IS THE AGENDA FOR THIS, UH, PRESENTATION.

FIRST, WE'RE GOING TO GO OVER THE BUDGET TIMELINE.

UH, BILL WENT OVER SOME OF THAT INFORMATION, BUT WE'LL SHOW YOU, UH, WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE AND HOW IT COMPARES TO LAST YEAR.

WE'LL ALSO PROVIDE A FINANCIAL OVERVIEW, UH, SO THAT YOU CAN SEE WHERE WE'RE AT WITH FISCAL YEAR 2020 REVISED BUDGET.

WELL, THEN GO FURTHER, DEEPER INTO PROPERTY TAX AND THE PRELIMINARY ASSESSED VALUATIONS, AND THEN DISCUSS SOME OF THE CONSIDERATION OF POTENTIAL IMPACTS THAT WE'LL BE LOOKING AT AS WE PUT TOGETHER THE, THE 2021 BUDGET.

NEXT TIME.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

SO HERE WE ARE IN JUNE, UH, AS BILL MENTIONED, WE HAVE BEEN REVIEWING ALL THE DEPARTMENT BUDGETS AND REQUESTS AND CIP, UH, NEXT WEEK, JUNE 22ND THROUGH THE 24TH, WE'LL HAVE THE BUDGET WORKSHOP WORK SESSIONS, UH, AND THEN WE'LL BE WORKING IN JUNE TO BALANCE THE PROPOSED BUDGET.

JULY 31ST IS WHEN WE ARE SCHEDULED TO, UH, FILE THE PROPOSED BUDGET WITH THE PRESENTATION OF THE PROPOSED BUDGET ON AUGUST 3RD.

UH, WE WILL BE RECEIVING OUR CERTIFIED TAX ROLLS, UH, JULY 25TH IS THE DEADLINE.

UH, AND SO WE WILL BE USING THAT INFORMATION WHEN WE COMPLETE THE PROPOSED BUDGET AGAIN ON AUGUST 3RD OR PRESENT THE PROPOSED BUDGET, WE'LL ALSO PRESENT THE CERTIFIED TAX ROLL AT THAT TIME.

WE'LL PUBLISH ALL THE REQUIRED NOTICES AND HAVE THE REQUIRED PUBLIC HEARINGS, WHICH FOR THE TAX RATE DEPEND UPON WHAT WE, UM, WHAT YOU ALL PROPOSE.

I BELIEVE THERE'S JUST ONE HEARING REQUIRED.

UH, IF YOU, IF YOU ADOPT, OR IF YOU PROPOSE A RATE THAT EXCEEDS THE EFFECTIVE TAX RATE, WHICH IS THE NOW KNOWN AS THE NO NEW TAX RATE AND AUGUST WILL ALSO BE, UH, ADOPTING THE BUDGET AND ADOPTING THE TAX RATE.

SO IN PREVIOUS YEARS WE DIDN'T ADOPT THE TAX RATE UNTIL OCTOBER, LIKE THE FIRST MEETING IN OCTOBER, UH, THE BUDGET WAS APPROVED IN SEPTEMBER, BUT BECAUSE OF THE NEW LEGISLATION AROUND PROPERTY TAX RATES, IF THE COUNCIL DECIDED TO ADOPT A RATE THAT EXCEEDS THE, UH, THE VOTER APPROVAL RATE, WHICH WAS PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS THE ROLL BACK RATE, UH, WE WOULD HAVE TO HAVE THE TAX RATE APPROVED WITHIN SO MANY DAYS, UH, PRIOR TO AN ELECTION BEING HELD.

UM, AND OF COURSE THE BUDGET HAS TO BE ADOPTED PRIOR TO ADOPTING THE TAX RATE.

SO THAT'S WHY WE HAVE EVERYTHING IN AUGUST JUST IN CASE, UM, THE TAX RATE IS ABOVE THAT.

UH, RIGHT, OF COURSE THE BUDGET BEGINS IN

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OCTOBER, OCTOBER 1ST BEGINS FISCAL YEAR 2021.

AND IF THE TAX RATE, UH, DID REQUIRE AN ELECTION, UH, THAT WOULD TAKE PLACE IN NOVEMBER.

UM, AND IF THAT FAILED, WE WOULD HAVE TO COME BACK TO COUNCIL WITH BUDGET AMENDMENTS.

SO THAT'S JUST, IF WE WERE TO HAVE A RATE THAT EXCEEDS THE VOTER APPROVAL TAX RATE, NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

OKAY.

SO ALL, UH, NEXT, NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

THIS IS THE FUND STRUCTURE FOR THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY.

GOVERNMENTS ARE REQUIRED TO RECORD EXPENDITURES AND VARIOUS FUNDS.

WE HAVE GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS AND WE HAVE PROPRIETARY FUNDS.

OUR GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS INCLUDE THE GENERAL FUND, WHICH THERE IS JUST ONE, A SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS, WHICH ARE FUNDS THAT ARE SET UP FOR FUNDS THAT ARE DESIGNATED FOR A SPECIFIC PURPOSE.

THEN WE HAVE OUR DEBT SERVICE FUND, WHICH IS WHERE WE PLACE THE INS PORTION OF THE PROPERTY TAX RATE IN ORDER TO PAY OUR DEBT SERVICE FOR BONDS AND CERTIFICATES THAT WERE ISSUED IN A GOVERNMENTAL FOR GOVERNMENTAL PROJECTS.

LET ME ALSO HAVE CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS.

AND THIS IS WHERE YOU'LL FIND ALL OF THE PROJECTS THAT WERE MENTIONED IN THE CIP.

THERE ARE ALSO, UH, CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS THAT ARE ALSO IN UTILITIES, WHICH IS A PROPRIETARY FUND.

SO WITHIN OUR PROPRIETARY FUNDS, THESE FUNDS ARE FUNDS THAT ARE RUN LIKE A BUSINESS.

THE, THE REVENUE IS SUPPOSED TO COVER ALL OF THE EXPENDITURES.

SO WE HAVE ALL OF OUR UTILITY FUNDS.

WE HAVE OUR IMPACT FEE FUNDS.

WE ALSO HAVE OUR DEBT SERVICE, OUR BOND PROCEEDS THAT WERE ISSUED WITH, UH, FOR THE ENTERPRISE FUND.

WE ALSO HAVE LGC AND WE HAVE SOLID WASTE.

UH, WE HAVE SINCE UPDATED THIS, UH, STRUCTURE, WE HAVE A TWIN SERIES 2019 GENERAL OBLIGATION FUND WHEN WE ISSUE DEBT, UM, THIS YEAR PRIOR TO THE END OF THIS FISCAL YEAR, AND WE'LL HAVE A SERIES 2020 CERTIFICATE OF OBLIGATION AND SERIES 2020 GENERAL OBLIGATION, AND WHAT YOU'LL SEE NEXT WEEK, WHEN IT COMES TO UTILITIES, WE ARE GOING TO BE, UM, SEPARATING OUT OUR UTILITY FUNDS, UH, TO ACCOUNT FOR OUR RETAIL CUSTOMERS AND, UH, TO SEPARATE WATER AND WASTEWATER, WHICH WILL ALLOW FOR EASIER REPORTING TO THOSE PARTICIPANTS.

UH, WE HAVE BEEN GOING THROUGH A TRUE-UP ANALYSIS AND FOUND THAT IF WE WERE TO SEPARATE THESE REVENUE AND EXPENSES, IT WOULD BE A LOT EASIER FOR REPORTING PURPOSES AND FOR CREATING THE TRUCK NEXT LINE.

SO FOR ALL OF THESE FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020, OUR REVISED REVENUE BUDGET IS APPROXIMATELY 141 POINT $6 MILLION.

AND THAT'S 55 MILLION IN THE GENERAL FUND, WHICH WE'LL GO OVER A LITTLE MORE IN DETAIL, UH, FOLLOWED BY UTILITY FUNDS OF 33 MILLION AND THEN NEXT CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS.

BUT YOU'LL SEE ON THE SLIDE OF ALL OF THE, UH, THE BUDGETS FOR REVENUE BY FUND TYPE.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

OKAY.

AND THIS IS ACTUALLY THE FISCAL YEAR 20 EXPENDITURE SOURCES.

UM, WE HAVE $179 MILLION, UH, AND WE HAVE A GENERAL FUND AT 54, 8 MILLION, UH, FOLLOWED BY UTILITY FUNDS AT 49.5 AND REMEMBERING THE UTILITY FUNDS.

WE ACTUALLY HAVE BOND PROCEEDS FROM PRIOR YEARS THAT WE'RE SPENDING.

AND THAT'S THE SAME FOR THE CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND, WHERE THE EXPENDITURES ARE AT $40 MILLION.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

OKAY.

FOR THE GENERAL FUND, NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

THE MAJORITY OF OUR REVENUE COMES FROM PROPERTY TAX.

YOU'LL SEE HERE, WE HAVE ALMOST 60% OF OUR REVENUE IS PROPERTY TAX.

17% COMES WITH SALES TAX.

WE HAVE 7% FROM FRANCHISE REVENUES, 5% FROM LICENSES AND PERMITS.

AND THEN WE ALSO HAVE TRANSFERS IN FROM OTHER SOURCES.

WE HAVE INTERGOVERNMENTAL GRANTS, BUT AS YOU SEE, A MAJORITY OF OUR REVENUE COMES FROM TAXES, WHETHER IT BE PROPERTY TAXES OR SALES TAX, AND NEXT WE'RE GONNA GO DEEPER INTO A PROPERTY TAX.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

SO WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT PROPERTY TAXES AS A, AS A HOMEOWNER, YOU SEE ONE RATE, WELL, YOU SEE ALL OF THE RATES, BUT YOU THINK ABOUT WHAT YOUR TOTAL TAX RATE IS.

AND WE WANT IT TO SHOW FOR TAX YEAR 19, WHICH IS FISCAL YEAR 2020, WHAT THE JURISDICTIONAL TAX RATES WERE FOR THE CITY OF MISSOURI CITY.

SO AS YOU KNOW, OUR TAX RATE IS 63 CENTS AND THAT'S APPROXIMATELY 26% OF THE TOTAL TAX RATE.

EXCLUDING THE MUDS, A HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMES IN AT APPROXIMATELY 10 CENTS.

AND THIS IS PER $100 OF TAXABLE VALUATION

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FOR BEING COUNTY IS A LITTLE OVER 44 CENTS.

AND FORT BEND ISD IS 52% AT $1 AND 27 CENTS.

WE DO HAVE MULTIPLE MODES WITHIN THE CITY, AND I REVIEWED ALL OF THEIR TAX RATES.

AND THE AVERAGE TAX RATE FOR MUD TAXES IS A LITTLE UNDER 53 CENTS PER $100 A VALUATION.

SO EXCLUDING THE MUD, THE PROPERTY TAX RATE IS A $2 44 AND A HALF SINCE, UH, WITH THE MUD WITH AN AVERAGE MUD, IT'S A LITTLE UNDER $3 THAT $2, UH, MINDSET 0.973.

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AND SO OUR TAX RATE OF 63 CENTS IS MADE UP OF TWO COMPONENTS.

WE HAVE THE MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION, WHICH GOES INTO OUR GENERAL FUND, AND WE HAVE THE IMF, WHICH IS THE DEBT SERVICE RATE THAT GOES INTO OUR DEBT SERVICE FUND.

THE RATE THAT WAS ADOPTED WAS LESS THAN THE ROLLBACK RATE AT THAT TIME, WHICH WAS A 0.63987.

THE ESTIMATED TAX REVENUE FOR THIS CURRENT FISCAL YEAR WAS A LITTLE OVER 44 MILLION OF WHICH ALMOST 30 MILLION WENT INTO THE GENERAL FUND.

A 3.8 MILLION WAS TRANSFERRED INTO THE TERS AND THE REMAINING 10.4 MILLION WAS ALLOCATED FOR DEBT SERVICE PAYMENTS.

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OKAY, HERE WE HAVE OUR HISTORICAL PROPERTY RATES, PROPERTY TAX RATES.

A 10 YEAR AVERAGE HAS BEEN A LITTLE OVER 57 CENTS WITH A MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS BEING A LITTLE OVER 39 CENTS.

AND THAT SERVICE SET 17 JUST FOR REFERENCE, UH, 30 YEARS AGO IN 1990, THE TOTAL TAX RATE WAS 54 SINCE 54, FIVE FIVE 0 MILLION CENTS.

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IT'S ALSO LOOKING AT OTHER CITIES TO SEE WHERE THEY'RE AT WITH THEIR PROPERTY TAX RATES.

OF COURSE, ALL CITIES ARE DIFFERENT WHEN IT COMES TO THEIR MIX OF REVENUES.

UM, WE FIND THAT THE MISSOURI, MISSOURI CITY TAX RATE IS, UH, I WILL SAY MEDIAN, IF THERE WAS ODD NUMBER, IT MIGHT BE MEDIUM, BUT IF EVEN NUMBER, SO I'M JUST GOING TO SAY MEDIAN, BUT, UH, THE AVERAGE BETWEEN ALL OF THESE CITIES IS 60 CENTS, WHEREAS 63 CENTS, UH, WHICH PLACES US BETWEEN PASADENA AND RICHMOND, UH, PASADENA IS AT 60 CENTS.

AND RICHMOND IS THAT 70, THE HIGHEST TAX RATE IN THE AREA, UH, AMONGST THESE CITIES IS BAYTOWN AT 80 CENTS.

UH, SUGARLAND IS AT 33 CENTS AND OF COURSE THEY HAVE A LARGE, UH, SALES TAX REVENUE PRIOR YEARS.

SO WHERE ARE WE WHEN IT COMES TO THE 2020 PRELIMINARY ROLES? UH, WE KNOW THAT, UH, WE, WE LOOK AT THE PRELIMINARY ROLES AND WE USE THEM, UH, WHEN IT COMES TO ESTIMATING THE BUDGET AND HOPES OF THE CERTIFIED VALUE, NOT BEING TOO FAR OFF, BUT WE DO KNOW THAT THERE CAN BE CHANGES IN, OR THERE WILL BE CHANGES IN THE, UM, ROLES.

SO FOR 2019, THE PRELIMINARY ROLE FOR FORT BEND WAS, UH, I'M JUST GOING AROUND THESE FIGURES, ALMOST $7 BILLION WITH HARRIS COUNTY AT ALMOST $360 MILLION FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT OF, UH, 7.3, UH, AGAIN, ROUND NUMBERS FOR PRESENTATION, SEVEN POINT $3 BILLION FOR 2020, THE PRELIMINARY ROLLS SHOW FORT BEN AT SEVEN POINT, UH, ALMOST 7.4 MILLION.

ACTUALLY THE AMOUNT THAT THEY GAVE US WAS HIGHER THAN THAT, BUT BECAUSE OF ALL OF THE POSSIBLE PROTEST AND SOME ISSUES DEALING WITH COVID-19, THEY GAVE US AN ESTIMATE THAT THEY WOULD LIKE FOR US TO USE.

UH, AND THAT'S, UH, THE SEVEN POINT $3 MILLION BILLION DOLLAR FIGURE, UH, HARRIS COUNTY, THEIR PRELIMINARY WAS AT 395 MILLION FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT OF, UH, 7 BILLION, 757 MILLION, AND SOME CHANGE OURS GROWTH IN FORT BEN THAT REPRESENTS A 5% GROWTH.

AND IN HARRIS COUNTY, THAT'S 10%, AND THIS IS COMPARING THE 2019 PRELIMINARY, WHICH CHANGES THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.

OF COURSE, THERE'S A CERTIFIED IN SUPPLEMENTS, BUT THIS IS JUST, UH, COMPARING THE PRELIMINARY FOR BOTH YEARS.

UH, SO HARRIS COUNTY, 10% A TOTAL OF 6%.

SO WHEN YOU AT THE PRELIMINARIES, UH, FOR 2019 AND COMPARE IT TO WHAT THE CERTIFIED, INCLUDING THOSE, UH, PROPERTIES THAT WERE UNDER ARB REVIEW, WE FIND THAT THE CERTIFIED RATES WERE 4% LESS THAN FORT BEND COUNTY AND 10% LESS THAN HARRIS COUNTY.

SO WE HAVE TO, UH, ATTEMPT TO CONSIDER ALL OF THAT WHEN WE WERE DOING OUR BUDGET ESTIMATES BASED ON THE PRELIMINARY ROLES, BECAUSE THE NUMBERS CAN CHANGE.

AND JUST FOR REFERENCE AGAIN, UM, I LOOKED AT THE ROLES AND FOR SINGLE FAMILY, AND THIS IS FORT BEM SINGLE FAMILY HOMES, UH, INCREASED BY 7%, UH, MULTIFAMILY.

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THERE WAS A HUGE INCREASE OF 93% AND THAT I BELIEVE A MAJORITY OF THAT WAS BASED ON THE, UH, GALA AND JUBILEE AT TEXAS PARKWAY PROJECTS.

WHO'S ALSO A 48% INCREASE IN COMMERCIAL.

UH, I'M GOING TO MAKE THAT ASSUMPTION THAT SOME OF THAT HAS TO DO WITH PARK EIGHT 90, ESPECIALLY SINCE WE'RE GONNA NEED TO PAY THEM ABOUT $3 MILLION NEXT YEAR, UH, AND 34%, UH, DUE TO, UH, WELL, THE 34% INCREASE IN INVENTORY.

SO THAT'S WHAT MAKES UP THE INCREASES IN OUR, UH, PRELIMINARY GOALS.

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OKAY.

WHEN IT COMES TO PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTIONS, WE DO HAVE TO, UH, WE DON'T HAVE A HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION.

WE DO HAVE, UH, AN EXEMPTION FOR HOMEOWNERS OVER 65 THAT'S $15,000.

WE ALSO HAVE AN EXEMPTION FOR DISABLED PERSONS AND THAT'S 10,000, THE HOMEOWNER SAVINGS, UH, FOR THOSE AMOUNTS FOR OVER 65, IT'S LITTLE UNDER $95 PER YEAR, DISABLED PERSONS, $63 PER YEAR.

AND WE HAVE HERE, WE HAVE THE ESTIMATED UNITS, UM, OF EACH TYPE OF, UM, HOME, THE TOTAL VALUE, UM, OF THE PROPERTY TAXES THAT THE CITY IS NOT RECEIVING DUE TO THE OVER 65.

EXTENSIONS IS 450, $3,128.

AND FOR DISABLED PERSONS, UH, 21,420 HERE, WE HAVE A CHART THAT SHOWS, UH, THE DIFFERENT, DIFFERENT EXEMPTION AMOUNTS AND THE HOMEOWNER SAVINGS, WHICH IS ALSO CITY REVENUE LOSS.

SO FOR EVERY 10,000, UH, THERE'S $63 SAVINGS, 15 IS $94 AND 50 CENTS.

AND SO ON.

SO LET'S SAY THERE WAS AN EXEMPTION OF $50,000.

THAT'S A HOMEOWNER SAVINGS OF $315 PER YEAR.

NOW THE ESTIMATED REVENUE LOSS FOR EVERY 5,000, IF WE WERE TO INCREASE AN EXEMPTION FOR OVER 65, FOR EVERY 5,000, IT WOULD BE APPROXIMATELY $151,000.

IF WE WERE TO INCREASE THE DISABLED PERSONS FOR EVERY, UM, $5,000 IN EXEMPTION, IT WOULD BE $10,710.

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WE'LL LOOK AT THE HOMESTEAD.

EXEMPTION IS THE SAME CHART, JUST UPDATED FIGURES THAT WAS PRESENTED LAST YEAR.

IF THE COUNCIL DECIDED TO ADOPT A HOMESTEAD EXTENSION, IT WOULD NEED TO BE DONE BY JULY 1ST.

UH, SO THIS IS THE INFORMATION FOR FORT BEND AND HARRIS COUNTY SEPARATELY.

UH, WE DON'T HAVE THE, UH, DETAILED INFORMATION FOR HARRIS COUNTY FOR