Pearland City Council Regular Meeting November 9, 2020

6:30 p.m. Meeting of City Council - Agenda

 
Citizen Comments:

Luke Orlando and Adrian Hernandez were absent from this meeting

Consent Agenda
 
Removed items: C, E & I

 

Passes 5-0

A. Approval of minutes:

- Jan 6, 2020 City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission Joint Public Hearing
- February 24, 2020 City Council Regular Meeting
- March 3, 2020 City Council Special Meeting
- March 23, 2020 City Council Regular Meeting
- March 23, 2020 City Council Special Meeting
- May 4, 2020 City Council Regular Meeting
- May 11, 2020 City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission Joint Special Meeting
- May 18, 2020 City Council Regular Meeting
- July 20, 2020 City Council Special Meeting
- August 8, 2020 City Council Special Meeting
- August 10, 2020 City Council Regular Meeting
- August 10, 2020 City Council Special Meeting
- August 17, 2020 City Council Special Meeting
- October 12, 2020 City Council Regular Meeting
- October 19, 2020 City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission Joint Public Hearing
- October 19, 2020 City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission Joint Special Meeting
- October 26, 2020 City Council Regular Meeting

B. Texas General Land Office - Adopting the required policies pertaining to the Hurricane Harvey – Infrastructure Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery Program

C. Adopting an Amended Investment Policy, Investment Strategy and approved Brokers

 

Carbone - Y

Little - Y

Moore - Y

Perez- Y

​Owens - N

 

Passes 4-1

D. Bound Tree Medical - $120,000 - A unit supply bid for the purchase of Fire Department medical supplies from Nov 13, 2020 - Nov 12, 2021

E. Henry Schein Medical - $65,000 - A unit supply bid for the purchase of Fire Department medical supplies from Nov 13, 2020 - Nov 12, 2021

 

Passes 5-0

F. Life Assist, Inc. - $60,000 - A unit supply bid for the purchase of Fire Department medical supplies from Nov 13, 2020 - Nov 12, 2021

G. Accepting the City’s Investment Report for the quarter ending September 2020

H. Siddons-Martin Emergency Group - $300,000 - Renewing a unit supply bid for fire apparatus preventative maintenance and repairs from Dec 1, 2020 - Dec 2, 2021

I. AT&T - $130,800 - Participate in an interlocal cooperative pricing arrangement for the purchase of phone related services from

 

Passes 5-0

J. BearCom - $96,248 - Participate in an interlocal cooperative pricing arrangement for the implementation of a Distributed Antenna System to support the Pearland Public Safety Building

K. Texas Department of Transportation (“TxDOT”) - A Local On-System Agreement (“LOSA”) associated with improvements to Shadow Creek Parkway to support the new Shadow Creek Library

L. Envirodyne Laboratories, Inc. - $116,700 - A unit supply contract for water, wastewater and pretreatment laboratory testing services from Nov 20, 2020 - Nov 19, 2021

M. Katarzyna (Kasia) Kimmel, MD/ MPH - $75,480 - Renewing a contract for EMS Medical Director services from Jan 14, 2021 - Jan 13, 2022

N. NAFECO - $113,520 - Purchase of fire bunker gear from Nov 27, 2020 - Nov 26, 2021

O. Best Plumbing Specialists - $86,440.76 - A unit supply purchase of plumbing parts and supplies associated with COVID-19 mitigation efforts at City facilities

P. Sequel Data Systems - $200,000 - Interlocal cooperative pricing arrangement with the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) for the purchase of City-wide network equipment for fiscal year 2021

Q. Clarifying the City’s participation in the Criminal Justice Division - General Victim Assistance Direct Services Grant Program

R. Appointment of Kenneth R. Phillips to Position No. 3, with the term expiring Nov 1, 2022
    Appointment of Henry Fuertes to Position No. 4 with a term expiring Nov 1, 2022
    Appointment of Michael Slevens to Position 5 with a term expiring Nov 1, 2022
    Appointment of David Selsky to Position 6 with a term expiring Nov 1, 2021 to serve on the Pearland TIRZ Board #2

S. Appointment of Richard Rogers to Position 6 for a 3-year term expiring Nov 1, 2023 to serve on the Convention and Visitors Bureau Advisory Board

New Business

1. The Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance; providing a penalty for violation; having a savings clause, a repealer clause, a severability clause; providing for publication and an effective date

 

Passes 5-0

2. Forney Construction, LLC. - $4,552,384.78 - Awarding a construction services contract for the Shadow Creek Ranch Park Project (Phase II)

Passes 5-0

3. QC Laboratories, Inc. - $64,700 - A construction materials testing contract for the Shadow Creek Ranch Park Project (Phase II)

Passes 5-0

4. Musco Sports Lighting, LLC - $1,210,500 - Lighting equipment for the Shadow Creek Ranch Sports Complex (Phase II)

Passes 5-0

 

5. Paragon Sports Constructors, LLC - $1,314,144 - Purchase and installation of Synthetic Turf and shock pad components for the Shadow Creek Ranch Sports Complex (Phase II)

 

Passes 5-0

6. Changing the classification of certain property
   (1): 105.057 acres (4,576,272 square feet), located within the H. Stevens Survey
   (2): 33.298 acres (1,450,469 square feet), located within the H. Stevens Survey
   (3): 14.952 acres (651,290 square feet), Lois Winifrede Summers 
   (4): 55.539 acres (2,419,282 square feet)
   (5): 3.159 acres (137,584 square feet)
  (8A): 72.279 acres (3,148,490 square feet)
  (8B): 72.584 acres (3,161,737 square feet)

 

  Zone Change Application for Massey Oaks Development LP for the approximately 356.868 acres of land

 

Passes 5-0

7. - Amendments to allow for greater building heights within the Light Industrial (M-1) and Heavy Industrial (M-2) zoning districts
   - Amendments to establish maximum height for outdoor lighting and maximum intensity for outdoor lighting at the property boundaries of non-residential zoning districts abutting residential zoning districts
   - Amendments for Screening – Nonresidential and Multiple-Family Screening Required (New Construction), to include, regulations of required screening materials and density of plantings
   - Amendments for Screening, to allow detentions ponds to occupy no more than 50% of required landscape buffers adjacent to residential zoning districts

 

Passes 5-0

Executive Session

1. Consultation with City Attorney regarding legal advice associated with extraterritorial jurisdiction boundaries

2. Economic Development Negotiations - Input and discussion regarding economic development negotiations

3. Personnel Matters - Regarding an appointment to the Pearland Economic Development Corporation

4. Personnel Matters - Regarding an appointment to the Planning and Zoning Commission