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Call to Order

Call to Order and Announce a Quorum is Present.

Pledge of Allegiance.

Item 2

Consider All Matters Incident and Related to the General and Special Elections Held on May 4, 2019.

a. Canvass of Election Returns.

b. Adopt a Resolution Declaring the Results of the General Election for City Councilmembers and of the Special Election for a Proposed Amendment to the Home Rule Charter.

Item 3

Administration of the Oath-of-Office and Presentation of the Certificate-of-Election.

Item 5

Presentation of Proclamations by the Office of the Mayor.

Presentation of a Proclamation to Stephen Massey, Director of Community Services with the City of Allen Proclaiming May 19-25, 2019, as "Public Works Week."

Item 6

Annual Report by Greg Roemer, President of Community Waste Disposal, Inc. (CWD)

Consent Agenda

[Routine Council business. Consent Agenda is approved by a single majority vote. Items may be removed for open discussion by a request from a Councilmember or member of staff.]

7. Approve Minutes of the April 23, 2019, City Council Joint Workshop Meeting with the Planning and Zoning Commission.

8. Approve Minutes of the April 23, 2019, Regular City Council Meeting.

9. Approve Minutes of the April 27, 2019, Special Called City Council Meeting.

10. Approve Minutes of the May 2, 2019, Special Called City Council Meeting.

11. Adopt an Ordinance Adopting an Amendment to the Home Rule Charter Approved by the Voters of the City of Allen at an Election Held on May 4, 2019.

12. Adopt an Ordinance Approving and Enacting Supplement No. 16 to the Allen Land Development Code. 13. Adopt an Ordinance Approving and Enacting Supplement No. 15 to the Code of Ordinances.

14. Award Bid and Authorize the City Manager to Execute the Purchase of Temporary Food and Beverage Personnel Services with Arch Staffing Group, Inc., SMB Staffing LLC, and Salazar Services LLC dba F&B Services in the Amount of $300,000 with Two Optional One-Year Renewals.

15. Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Three-Year Agreement with Microsoft Corporation through SHI Government Solutions, Inc., to Provide Current Microsoft Cloud, Server, Mobile and Desktop Software in the Annual Amount of $260,402.

16. Award Bid and Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Contract with Southwest Erosion Control for the Construction of The Courses at Watters Creek Infrastructure Improvements Project Phase I in the Amount of $218,066.

17. Ratify the Contract Approved by the City Manager Under a State of Emergency with KCK Utility Construction, Inc. for Repair of the Exchange Parkway Sanitary Sewer Line in the Amount of $177,497.

18. Authorize the City Manager to Execute the Purchase of Emergency Medical Service Supplies from Bound Tree Medical, LLC through an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement with the City of Cedar Hill in the Annual Amount of $140,000.

19. Approve the Recommendation from the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Reinvestment Zone Number One (Garden District) Board of Directors Relating to Payment to Watters Creek Owner, LLC, from the TIF Fund in the Amount of $722,540.36 from the City Tax Increment, $125,729.01 from the County Tax Increment, and a Payment to the City from the TIF Fund in the Amount of $15,000 for Administrative Support.

Item 20

Conduct a Public Hearing and Adopt an Ordinance to Establish a Specific Use Permit for a Gymnastics or Sports Training Use for an Approximately 8,874± Square Foot Portion of a Building Generally Located North of Bethany Drive and East of U.S. Highway 75 (and Commonly Known as 500 W. Bethany Drive). [D1 Sports Training]

Item 21

Award Bid and Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Contract with Crossland Construction Company, Inc. for the Central Fire Station Remodel and Expansion Project in the Amount of $6,301,931.

Item 22

Adopt a Resolution Establishing Rates and Fees for Commercial and Residential Solid Waste, Recycling and Household Hazardous Waste Services

Items 23 & 24

Other Business.

23. Calendar. 24. Items of Interest. [Council announcements regarding local civic and charitable events, meetings, fundraisers, and awards.]

Items 25 & 26

Executive Session. (As needed) Legal, Section 551.071.

As authorized by Section 551.071(2) of the Texas Government Code, the Workshop Meeting and/or the Regular Agenda may be Convened into Closed Executive Session for the Purpose of Seeking Confidential Legal Advice from the City Attorney on any Agenda Item Listed Herein. (Closed to Public as Provided in the Texas Government Code.)

25. Personnel Pursuant to Section 551.074 of the Texas Government Code —

Discussion Regarding Appointment of City Manager and Approval of Employment Agreement.

26. Reconvene and Consider Action on Items Resulting from Executive Session.

Adjournment.



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