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CITY OF LUBBOCK
REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING
January 11, 2022
1:00 P. M.


 
The City Council of the City of Lubbock, Texas met in regular session on the 11th of January, 2022, in City Council Chambers, Citizens Tower, 1314 Avenue K, Lubbock, Texas, and via video conference at 1:00 p.m.

 
1:04 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CONVENED
City Council Chambers, Citizens Tower, 1314 Avenue K, Lubbock, Texas, and via video conference
Present:
Mayor Daniel M. Pope; Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale; Council Member Juan A. Chadis; Council Member Randy Christian; Council Member Jeff Griffith; Council Member Latrelle Joy; Council Member Shelia Patterson Harris; City Manager W. Jarrett Atkinson; City Secretary Rebecca Garza; City Attorney Chad Weaver
                     Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale attended work session via video conference and was absent .....................during regular session.
 
Note:
      City Council addressed agenda items in the following order:
  • Citizen Comments 1; 2.1-2.3; Executive Session; 4.1-4.3.1; Citizen Comments 5; 6.1; 8.10; 7.1-7.13; 7.15-7.25; 7.27; 7.29-7.40; 7.14; 7.26; 7.28; 8.1-8.4; 8.7-8.9. 
  • Item No. 8.2 was amended
  • Item No.'s 8.5 & 8.6 were deleted
  • Item No. 8.7 failed






             
   1. Citizen Comments - According to Lubbock City Council Rules, any citizen wishing to appear in person before the meeting of the City Council, regarding Items 2.1 on the Work Session Agenda, shall complete the sign-up form provided at the meeting, no later than 11:00 a.m. on January 11, 2022. Citizen Comments is an opportunity for citizens to make comments and express a position on agenda items. Any comment received that is in the nature of asking a question will be referred to an appropriate member of the City staff for a response.

No one appeared to speak.
             
   2. Hear and discuss presentations regarding the following and provide guidance to staff as appropriate.
             
   1. Continuing American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Discussion

Jarrett Atkinson, city manager, gave a presentation on American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds as they relate to the City of Lubbock and answered questions from City Council. Topics discussed included: available funds and key deadlines, an update on the ledger, current placeholders, and remaining balances.

There was consensus among City Council to move forward with the affordable housing project and staff was directed to begin drafting a budget amendment. There was further consensus to move forward with the item related to cyber security; the diversion center project being developed in conjunction with Lubbock County and StarCare; and to add placeholders of $1 million for non-profit assistance and $3.5 million for job training programs.

Mayor Pope asked staff to add this topic to the January 25, 2022, work session for further discussion.
             
   2. City Council 2021 Street Bond Follow-up Discussion

Mayor Daniel M. Pope introduced the item and gave comments.

City Council engaged in discussion on the 2021 Street Bond that failed at the November 2, 2021 Bond Election. Topics discussed included: the possibility of holding another election, and the timing of that election; strategies that could be utilized to potentially better describe future bond packages to voters; and options for public input, including the potential creation of a citizens advisory committee.

Jarrett Atkinson, city manager; and Rebecca Garza, city secretary, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.

Council Member Randy Christian invited City Council, staff, and Lubbock citizens to a Street Bond Election discussion in City Council Chambers on January 19, 2022, at 5:30 p.m.

Mayor Pope asked City Council to be prepared to take action related to this item at the January 25, 2022 Regular City Council Meeting.
             
   3. Presentation and discussion by the Director of Electric Utilities, or his designee, regarding updates on potential for providing customer choice to LP&L customers, which may include, but is not limited to, the following subtopics:

(a) the timing, process, and content of a potential irrevocable opt-in resolution and potential .....future meetings on the subject of retail competition for LP&L customers;
(b) the need for a provider of last resort and any potential requirements or process for same, ......including analysis of the process utilized by the Public Utility Commission of Texas;
(c) the option for LP&L to serve as the provider of last resort and business and operational ......considerations for same;
(d) distribution projects necessary for opt-in;
(e) status of LP&L’s load that remains in the Southwest Power Pool, and potential proceedings ......before the Public Utility Commission of Texas to transition that load to the Electric ......Reliability Council of Texas;
(f) the impacts or benefits to customers, LP&L, and the City resulting from opt-in;
(g) the development of transmission and distribution rates, and progress of same;
(h) potential retail electric provider availability in the LP&L service territory and comparison .....with other areas of the state open to competition;
(i) customer education on retail choice and communication plans on same, and discussion of .....various services that assist customers in selecting a retail electric provider;
(j) opt-in requirements and ensuing changes in business processes, operations, and potential .....organizational changes; and
(k) other related matters regarding the initiation of competition for retail electric service in ......Lubbock Power & Light’s certificated retail service area.

David McCalla, director of electric utilities, introduced the item, gave comments, and answered questions from City Council. Jamie Wood, customer service manager for LP&L; Joe Jimenez, financial planning & analysis manager for LP&L; Jenny Smith, general counsel for LP&L; Matt Rose, government relations and public affairs manager for LP&L; and David McCalla, director of electric utilities, gave a presentation on the potential for providing customer choice to LP&L customers. Topics discussed included: organizational changes and technological needs related to the move to customer choice; the option for LP&L to become the Provider of Last Resort (POLR); financial implications and costs associated with LP&L becoming the POLR; transmission distrubution utility (TDU) charges estimation; the POLR selection process; Texas Utilities Code Chapter 40; the requirements and regulations that the POLR will be subject to; the communications plan as it relates to the potential move to customer choice; the tentative opt-in timeline; an overview of the Power to Choose website that customers would use to pick their provider; and the status of the regulatory process.

There was consensus among City Council and staff to set the tentative opt-in dates as February 15, 2022, for the Electric Utility Board; and March 8, 2022, for City Council.
             
At the completion of the Work Session, City Council recessed into Executive Session.
             
   3. Executive Session

The meeting recessed at 3:01 p.m. and reconvened in Executive Session under the provisions of Section 551, Texas Government Code. City Council reconvened in open session at 4:52 p.m., and the meeting was called to order at 5:03 p.m.
             
   1. Hold an executive session in accordance with Texas Government Code Section 551.071, seeking the advice of its legal counsel about pending or contemplated litigation or settlement offers and hold a consultation with the attorney on matters in which the duty of the attorney under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas conflicts with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code.
             
   1.
Legal advice and counsel regarding matters identified in Item 3.3(a)-(f) of this Agenda
             
   2.
Claim of Legal Aid of North West Texas
             
   2. Hold an executive session in accordance with Texas Government Code Section 551.074, to discuss personnel matters, regarding the duties, responsibilities, and/or appointments to the Urban Design/Historic Preservation Commission, Urban Renewal/Neighborhood Redevelopment Commission, Water Board of Appeals, and the Zoning Board of Adjustment.
             
   3. Hold an executive session in accordance with V.T.C.A. Government Code Section 551.086, to discuss and deliberate, on the following competitive matters of Lubbock Power & Light, reasonably related to the following categories:

a) generation unit specific and portfolio fixed and variable costs, including forecasts of those ....costs, capital improvement plans for generation units, and generation unit operating ....characteristics and outage scheduling;

• Discuss and deliberate generation unit matters.
b) bidding and pricing information for purchased power, generation and fuel, and Electric .....Reliability Council of Texas bids, prices, offers, and related services and strategies;

• Discuss and deliberate issues regarding bidding and pricing for purchased power, ...generation, and fuel.
c) effective fuel and purchased power agreements and fuel transportation arrangements and .....contracts;

d) risk management information, contracts, and strategies, including fuel hedging and storage;

e) plans, studies, proposals, and analyses for system improvements, additions, or sales (other ....than transmission and distribution system improvements inside the service area for which the ....public power utility is the sole certificated retail provider);

f) customer billing, contract, and usage information, electric power pricing information, system ....load characteristics, and electric power marketing analyses and strategies.
             
             
4:30 p.m. - City Council reconvenes in Open Session in City Council Chambers.

City Council reconvened at 4:52 p.m.
             
   4. Ceremonial Items
             
   1. Invocation

Executive Pastor Jeremy Ward, The Worship Center, led the invocation.
             
   2. Pledges of Allegiance

Pledges of Allegiance, to the United States and Texas Flags, were led by Mayor Daniel M. Pope.
             
   3. Proclamations and Presentations
             
   1.
Presentation of a Special Recognition to The Blue Sand Project in support of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month in Lubbock

Council Members Latrelle Joy and Jeff Griffith presented a special recognition to the Blue Sand Project in support of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month in Lubbock. Kristin Murray, with Voice of Hope; Jamie Wheeler, with Open Door; and Hillary Cobb, with One Voice Home, gave comments, thanked the City Council for the special recognition, and invited all Lubbock citizens to participate in the Blue Sand Project, which begins on January 26, 2022.
             
Call to Order

The meeting was called to order at 5:03 p.m.
             
   5. Citizen Comments - According to Lubbock City Council Rules, any citizen wishing to appear in-person before a regular meeting of the City Council, regarding any matter posted on the City Council Agenda below, shall complete the sign-up form provided at the meeting, no later than 5:00 p.m. on January 11, 2022. Citizen Comments is an opportunity for citizens to make comments and express a position on agenda items. Any comment received that is in the nature of asking a question will be referred to an appropriate member of the City staff for a response.

Sign ups:
  • Bill Stubblefield, District 2 Trustee for Lubbock ISD, appeared before City Council to speak on behalf of Lubbock ISD in opposition to item 8.7 (resolution approving and granting a variance for an alcoholic beverage permit for Tipsy's Sports Grill and Bar).
  • Tyson Rowin appeared before City Council to speak in favor of item 8.4 (Zone Case 2538-X).
             
   6. Minutes
             
   1. November 17, 2021 Special City Council Meeting - Lubbock Economic Development Alliance
November 17, 2021 Special City Council Meeting - Electric Utility Board
November 30, 2021 Special City Council Meeting - Redistricting Work Session
December 7, 2021 Regular City Council Meeting
             
  Motion by Council Member Juan A. Chadis, seconded by Council Member Randy Christian to approve the November 17, 2021 Special City Council Meeting - Lubbock Economic Development Alliance minutes; the November 17, 2021 Special City Council Meeting - Electric Utility Board minutes; the November 30, 2021 Special City Council Meeting - Redistricting Work Session minutes; and the December 7, 2021 Regular City Council Meeting minutes. 

  Vote: 6 - 0 Motion carried
 
Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)
             
   7. Consent Agenda - Items considered to be routine are enacted by one motion without separate discussion. If the City Council desires to discuss an item, the item is removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately.
             
  Motion by Council Member Latrelle Joy, seconded by Council Member Jeff Griffith to approve items 7.1-7.13; 7.15-7.25; 7.27; and 7.29-7.40.















  Vote: 6 - 0 Motion carried
 
Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)
             
   1. Budget Ordinance Amendment 1st Reading - Finance: Ordinance No. 2022-O0001, Amendment 4, amending the FY 2021-22 Budget for municipal purposes respecting the Capital Fund to establish Capital Improvement Project 92754, Cyber Security Infrastructure; providing for filing; and providing for a savings clause.
             
   2. Budget Ordinance Amendment 1st Reading - Finance: Ordinance No. 2022-O0002, Amendment 5, amending the FY 2021-22 Budget for municipal purposes respecting the Civic Center and General Funds; providing for filing; and providing for a savings clause.
             
   3. Budget Ordinance Amendment 1st Reading - Finance: Ordinance No. 2022-O0003, Amendment 7, amending the FY 2021-22 Budget for municipal purposes respecting the Lake Alan Henry Fund to appropriate funding for the purchase of a boat used for Parks and Recreation operations for Lake Alan Henry; providing for filing; and providing for a savings clause.
             
   4. Budget Ordinance Amendment 1st Reading - Finance: Ordinance No. 2022-O0004, Amendment 8, amending the FY 2021-22 Budget for municipal purposes respecting the Grant Fund to establish and appropriate funding for Capital Improvements Project 92756 Civic Park; providing for filing; and providing for a savings clause.
             
   5. Budget Ordinance Amendment 1st Reading - Finance: Ordinance No. 2022-O0005, Amendment 9, amending the FY 2021-22 Budget for municipal purposes respecting the Lubbock Power & Light Operating and Capital Program; providing for filing; and providing for a savings clause.
             
   6. Budget Ordinance Amendment 1st Reading - Finance: Ordinance No. 2022-O0006, Amendment 10, amending the FY 2021-22 Budget for municipal purposes respecting the General Fund to appropriate funding for the purchase of fence construction used in Solid Waste Landfill Operations; providing for filing; and providing for a savings clause.
             
   7. Resolution - Risk Management: Resolution No. 2022-R0002 authorizing the Mayor to execute, for and on behalf of the City of Lubbock, a Compromise Settlement Agreement and Release of all Claims in Cause No. 2019-534,990, in the 72nd District Court of Lubbock County, Texas, styled Eligah Williams and Glorya Gordia v. the City of Lubbock.
             
   8. Resolution - Planning: Resolution No. 2022-R0003 authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 to a Professional Services Agreement, Contract 16192, and related documents, by and between the City of Lubbock, and enCode Plus, LLC, for a software license agreement for design and use of enCode Plus.
             
   9. Ordinance 1st Reading - Right-of-Way: Ordinance No. 2022-O0007, abandoning and closing two Water Line Easements located in Tract B, Lubbock Railport Addition, Lubbock County, Texas.
             
   10. Ordinance 1st Reading - Right-of-Way: Ordinance No. 2022-O0008, abandoning and closing portions of 13th Street and Vernon Avenue within Block 72, Overton Addition, west of 2201 Broadway, Lubbock County, Texas.
             
   11. Resolution - Right-of-Way: Resolution No. 2022-R0004 authorizing the Mayor to accept, on behalf of the City of Lubbock, four Street and Public Use Dedications Deeds and two Drainage Easements, in connection with certain real property located in Sections 26, 27, and 30, Block AK, Lubbock County, Texas, to be utilized for the Upland Avenue Roadway Expansion Project.
             
   12. Resolution - Right-of-Way: Resolution No. 2022-R0005 authorizing the Mayor to execute a Cash Farm Lease Agreement, Contract 16351, with Patrick Middlebrook, to farm a 375-acre tract out of the south half of Section 1, Block P, Lubbock County, Texas.
             
   13. Resolution - Engineering: Resolution No. 2022-R0006 authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 to Contract 15754, with Parkhill, for providing final design and bid phase services for the Southeast Water Reclamation Plant, Plant 4 Secondary Clarifier Rehabilitation Project.
             
   14. Resolution - Engineering: Resolution No. 2022-R0030 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16211, with West Texas Paving, Inc., for the Unpaved Roads Improvements Project, Phase 4.

Mike Keenum, division director of engineering/city engineer, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council.
             
  Motion by Council Member Shelia Patterson Harris, seconded by Council Member Juan A. Chadis to approve Resolution No. 2022-R0030.













  Vote: 6 - 0 Motion carried
 
Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)
             
   15. Resolution - Public Works: Resolution No. 2022-R0007 approving the transfer of a portion of State Highway 114 (19th Street) and a portion of U.S. Highway 84 (Avenue Q), from the Texas Department of Transportation to the City of Lubbock, upon completion of specific construction obligations. 
             
   16. Resolution - Water System Operations: Resolution No. 2022-R0008 authorizing the Mayor to execute Purchase Order 22105182, to Guardian Security Solutions, LLC, for security camera upgrades at the South Water Treatment Plant.
             
   17. Resolution - Water System Operations: Resolution No. 2022-R0009 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16118, with PowerHouse Lawn and Landscape, for mowing services at the North and South Water Treatment Plants.
             
   18. Resolution - Public Works Traffic Engineering: Resolution No. 2022-R0010 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16115, with West Texas Barricades, LLC dba Barricades Unlimited, for reflective traffic beads to be added to traffic paint used to mark City streets.
             
   19. Resolution - Solid Waste: Resolution No. 2022-R0011 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16220, by and between the City of Lubbock, and Waste Connections of Texas DBA Caprock Waste, for dumpster renovation and refurbishment.
             
   20. Resolution - Business Development: Resolution No. 2022-R0012 approving a Downtown Grant Program (Permittable) expenditure of Market Lubbock, Inc. to be provided to AquaOne, Inc., located at 2201 Avenue J, pursuant to Article IV, Section 5 of the Amended and Restated Bylaws of the Market Lubbock Development Corporation. 
             
   21. Resolution - Business Development: Resolution No. 2022-R0013 approving a Downtown Grant Program (Permittable) expenditure of Market Lubbock, Inc. to be provided to RAMAR Communications, Inc., located at 612 Avenue O, pursuant to Article IV, Section 5 of the Amended and Restated Bylaws of the Market Lubbock Development Corporation. 
             
   22. Resolution - Business Development: Resolution No. 2022-R0014 approving a Downtown Grant Program (Facade) expenditure of Market Lubbock, Inc., to be provided to RAMAR Communications, Inc., located at 612 Avenue O, pursuant to Article IV, Section 5 of the Amended and Restated Bylaws of the Market Lubbock Development Corporation.
             
   23. Resolution - Public Health Services: Resolution No. 2022-R0015 authorizing the Mayor to execute a Vector Control Service Agreement, by and between the City of Lubbock and Lubbock County, Texas, and related documents.
             
   24. Resolution - Public Health Services: Resolution No. 2022-R0016 ratifying the actions of the City Manager, or his designee, on behalf of the City of Lubbock, in executing a First Amendment to the Temporary Lease Agreement, executed by the Mayor of the City of Lubbock on October 5, 2021, by and between the City of Lubbock and the BayCal Lubbock Partners, LLC and MBABAB, LLC as TIC c/o NetCo Investment, Inc., and all related documents.
             
   25. Resolution - Public Health Services: Resolution No. 2022-R0017 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract No. HHS001120300005, under the Sexually Transmitted Disease/Human Immunodeficiency Virus Disease Intervention Specialists (STD/HIV-DIS) Contract, and any associated documents, by and between the City of Lubbock and the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), to provide funding for public health followup services by the City of Lubbock Health Department.
             
   26. Resolution - Public Health Services: Resolution No. 2022-R0031 authorizing the Mayor to execute for and behalf of the City of Lubbock, Contract 16179, for Youth Treatment (TRY) Substance Use Prevention Services, by and between the City of Lubbock, and Dailey Recovery Services of Amarillo, Texas, and related documents.

Katherine Wells, director of public health, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.
             
  Motion by Council Member Juan A. Chadis, seconded by Council Member Randy Christian to approve Resolution No. 2022-R0031.



  Vote: 6 - 0 Motion carried
 
Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)
             
   27. Resolution - Community Development: Resolution No. 2022-R0018 approving the price and conditions of sale for the Contract of Sale by the Urban Renewal Agency (URA) to BMC Holdings, LLC, for that certain parcel property located at 1512 East 14th Street, Lubbock, Texas, legally described as Lot 5, Block 5, Whitehead Addition to the City of Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas.
             
   28. Resolution - Community Development: Resolution No. 2022-R0032 approving the price and conditions of sale for the Contract of Sale of Land by the Urban Renewal Agency (URA) to Madewell Real Estate Management, LLC, for the certain parcels of land located at 1821 and 1823 East Harvard Avenue, Lubbock, Texas, legally described as Lots Sixty-Three (63) and Sixty-Four (64), Kings Dominion Addition to the City of Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas.

Jarrett Atkinson, city manager; and Karen Murfee, director of community development, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.
             
  Motion by Council Member Randy Christian, seconded by Council Member Juan A. Chadis to approve Resolution No. 2022-R0032.















  Vote: 6 - 0 Motion carried
 
Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)
             
   29. Resolution - Fleet Services: Resolution No. 2022-R0019 authorizing the Mayor to execute Purchase Order 31062874, with Freightliner of Austin, for the purchase of three Freightliner 108SD Cabs and Chassis, for the Solid Waste Collection Department.
             
   30. Resolution - Fleet Services: Resolution No. 2022-R0020 authorizing the Mayor to execute Purchase Order 31062875, with Kann Manufacturing, for the purchase of three Kann Commercial Side Loader Bodies, for the Solid Waste Collection Department.
             
   31. Resolution - Fleet Services: Resolution No. 2022-R0021 authorizing the Mayor to execute Purchase Order 31063868, with Bruckner Truck Sales, for the purchase of two Automated Side Loader Solid Waste Collection Vehicles, for the Solid Waste Collection Department.
             
   32. Resolution - Fleet Services: Resolution No. 2022-R0022 authorizing the Mayor to execute Purchase Order 31063554, with Altec Industries, Inc., for the purchase of one 50-foot Aerial Bucket Truck for Lubbock Fire Rescue.
             
   33. Resolution - Fleet Services: Resolution No. 2022-R0023 authorizing the Mayor to execute Purchase Order 364447, with Bee Equipment Sales, LTD, for the purchase of one 2022 Dynapac Double Drum Vibratory Roller for the Streets Department. 
             
   34. Resolution - Lubbock Fire Rescue: Resolution No. 2022-R0024 to extend Fire Fighter Matthew Dawson's leave with full pay, for an additional ninety days, pursuant to Texas Local Government Code, Section 143.073(b).
             
   35. Resolution - Lubbock Power & Light: Resolution No. 2022-R0025 ratifying the Director of Electric Utilities' termination of that certain Gas Purchase Contract, as extended in that Extension of Gas Purchase Contract dated June 26, 2001, between City of Lubbock, Texas (the “City”), City of La Grange, Texas, and Texas Municipal Gas Corporation (“TMGC”) (the “Agreement”).
             
   36. Resolution - Lubbock Power & Light: Resolution No. 2022-R0026 authorizing the Mayor to execute a Fifth Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement (PSA) by and between the City of Lubbock, acting by and through Lubbock Power & Light (LP&L), and TMG Utility Advisory Services, Inc. (TMG), regarding the Customer Service Information and Workforce Management Systems (Program).
             
   37. Resolution - City Council: Resolution No. 2022-R0027 adopting revised City of Lubbock City Council Rules.
             
   38. Ordinance 1st Reading - City Secretary: Ordinance No. 2022-O0009, ordering the 2022 Regular Municipal Election of the City of Lubbock to be held May 7, 2022.
             
   39. Resolution - City Secretary: Resolution No. 2022-R0028 adopting a voting system for use in any one or more elections ordered by the City of Lubbock at all Early Voting and Election Day polling locations in Lubbock County.
             
   40. Resolution - City Secretary: Resolution No. 2022-R0029 authorizing a joint election with other eligible governmental units in Lubbock County, and authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract for services with Lubbock County and the eligible governmental units for said joint election(s), through December 31, 2022.
             
   8. Regular Agenda
             
   1. Board Appointments - City Secretary: Consider appointments to the Central Business District Tax Increment Financing Reinvestment Zone Board of Directors, Citizens Traffic Commission, Comprehensive Plan Oversight Committee, Housing Finance Corporation Board of Directors, Libraries Board, Lubbock Business Park Tax Increment Financing Reinvestment Zone Board of Directors, North Overton Tax Increment Financing Reinvestment Zone Board of Directors, Urban Design and Historic Preservation Commission, Urban Renewal / Neighborhood Redevelopment Commission, Veterans Advisory Committee, Water Board of Appeals, and the Zoning Board of Adjustment.

Central Business District Tax Increment Financing Reinvestment Zone Board of Directors: Motion by Council Member Latrelle Joy, seconded by Council Member Jeff Griffith, to reappoint Brett McDowell, Robert Taylor, and Kade Wilcox.

Vote: 6-0 Motion carried

Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)

Citizens Traffic Commission: Motion by Council Member Latrelle Joy, seconded by Council Member Juan A. Chadis, to appoint Jon Mark Bernal to replace Herbert Williams. 

Vote: 6-0 Motion carried

Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)

Comprehensive Plan Oversight Committee: Motion by Council Member Latrelle Joy, seconded by Council Member Randy Christian, to reappoint Alice Lozada, Billie Russell, and Dan Wilson. 

Vote: 6-0 Motion carried

Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)

Housing Finance Corporation Board of Directors: Motion by Council Member Jeff Griffith, seconded by Council Member Latrelle Joy, to reappoint Vickie Al-Souki; appoint Nicholas Bergfeld to replace Calvin Davis; and appoint Ty Craft to replace Steve Yandell.

Vote: 6-0 Motion carried

Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)

Libraries Board: Motion by Council Member Jeff Griffith, seconded by Council Member Latrelle Joy, to appoint Bruce Willoughby to replace Julie Childs; and appoint Laura Heinz to replace Natalie Harris. 

Vote: 6-0 Motion carried

Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)

Lubbock Business Park Tax Increment Financing Reinvestment Zone Board of Directors: Motion by Council Member Jeff Griffith, seconded by Council Member Latrelle Joy, to reappoint Brett Cate, Dr. Kathy Rollo, and Tony Whitehead. 

Vote: 6-0 Motion carried

Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)

North Overton Tax Increment Financing Reinvestment Zone Board of Directors: Motion by Council Member Shelia Patterson Harris, seconded by Council Member Latrelle Joy, to reappoint Timothy Pridmore. 

Vote: 6-0 Motion carried

Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)

Urban Design & Historic Preservation Commission: Motion by Council Member Shelia Patterson Harris, seconded by Council Member Jeff Griffith, to reappoint Deborah Bigness; appoint Larry Harvey to replace Aaron Rivera; and appoint Debra Lavender-Bratcher to replace Mark Sanders. 

Vote: 6-0 Motion carried

Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)

Urban Renewal/Neighborhood Redevelopment Commission: Motion by Council Member Randy Christian, seconded by Council Member Jeff Griffith, to reappoint Joshua Frost and Dr. Steve German; appoint Amber Sanders to replace Leigh Anne Brozo; appoint Robert Baxter to replace Jeremy Sedeno; and appoint Milton Lee to replace Paula Ann Pitifer for the remainder of the term ending on March 1, 2022; and for the subsequent term beginning on March 1, 2022, and ending on March 1, 2024.

Vote: 6-0 Motion carried

Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)

Veterans Advisory Committee: Motion by Council Member Randy Christian, seconded by Council Member Juan A. Chadis, to appoint Tammy Lowrey to replace Cody Leake; and appoint Angela Moore to replace Craig Ward.

Vote: 6-0 Motion carried

Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)

Water Board of Appeals: Motion by Council Member Juan A. Chadis, seconded by Council Member Latrelle Joy, to appoint Jerry Morehead to replace Greg Cowart.

Vote: 6-0 Motion carried

Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)

Zoning Board of Adjustment: Motion by Council Member Juan A. Chadis, seconded by Council Member Jeff Griffith, to reappoint Jeremy Hamilton, Djuana McPherson, and Zane Vaughn; promote Joe Phea from alternate to member to replace James White; and appoint Shannon Spencer to replace Joe Phea in an alternate position

Vote: 6-0 Motion carried

Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT) 
             
   2. Ordinance 2nd Reading - Planning: Ordinance No. 2021-O0182, for Zone Case 3096-G, a request of Hugo Reed and Associates, Inc. for Red Canyon Development, LLC, for a zone change from Single-Family District (R-1) to Reduced Setback Single-Family District (R-1A) Specific Use for townhomes at 10601 Chicago Avenue, located east of Chicago Avenue and south of 106th Street, on 12.1 acres of unplatted land out of Block E-2, Section 25.

This item was amended.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council.
             
  Motion by Council Member Randy Christian, seconded by Council Member Jeff Griffith to approve Ordinance No. 2021-O0182, with the following amendment:
 
  • to approve a substitute Ordinance for Zone Case 3096-G, which corrects the current zoning for the property to R-1 Specific Use throughout the Ordinance. 


  Vote: 6 - 0 Motion carried
 
Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)
             
   3. Ordinance 2nd Reading - Planning: Ordinance No. 2021-O0183, for Zone Case 3309-B, a request of AMD Engineering, LLC for Lubbock Land Company, for a zone change from Single-Family District (R-1) Specific Use to Two-Family District (R-2), generally located south of 116th Street and east of Louisville Avenue, on 8.99 acres of unplatted land out of Block E-2, Section 22.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council.
             
  Motion by Council Member Jeff Griffith, seconded by Council Member Juan A. Chadis to approve Ordinance No. 2021-O0183. 


  Vote: 6 - 0 Motion carried
 
Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)
             
   4. Ordinance 1st Reading - Planning: Ordinance No. 2022-O0010, for Zone Case 2538-X, a request of Tyson Rowin for Derek Cooper and Lee Mazurek, for a zone change from Family Apartment District (A-1) to Local Retail District (C-2) with a Specific Use for a Self-Storage Facility at 6801 4th Street, located south of 4th Street and east of Quincy Avenue on 2.139 acres of unplatted land out of Block JS, Section 10, and consider an ordinance.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Tyson Rowin and Lee Mazurek, the proponents, gave comments and answered questions from City Council. 
             
  Motion by Council Member Jeff Griffith, seconded by Council Member Juan A. Chadis to approve Ordinance No. 2022-O0010.




  Vote: 6 - 0 Motion carried
 
Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)
             
   5. Ordinance 1st Reading - Planning: Consider a request for Zone Case 3448-A, a request of Centerline Engineering & Consulting, LLC for Fleet Pickup Accessories and S2 Farms Feed and Firewood, for a zone change from Transition District (T) to Local Retail District (C-2) Specific Use for a Self-Storage Facility and Commercial District (C-4) at 3511 North Frankford Avenue, located south of Kent Street and west of Frankford Avenue, on 4 acres of unplatted land out of Block JS, Section 12, and consider an ordinance.

This item was deleted (withdrawn by the applicant).
             
   6. Ordinance 1st Reading - Planning: Consider a request for Zone Case 3453, a request of Cita Lopez, for a zone change from Transition District (T) to Local Retail District (C-2) with a Specific Use for an Event Center at 5525 122nd Street, located south of 122nd Street and west of Chicago Avenue, Frankford Farms Addition, the west 111 feet of the north 376 feet of Tract 18, and consider an ordinance.

This item was deleted (withdrawn by the applicant).
             
   7. Resolution - Planning: Consider a resolution approving and granting a variance from the applicable 300-foot minimum distance provision of the City of Lubbock Ordinance 2009-O0060, at 5101 Avenue Q, Suite A, for an alcoholic beverage permit for Tipsy's Sports Grill and Bar.

This item failed.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Chad Weaver, city attorney; and Paulina Madrid, the proponent, gave comments and answered questions from City Council. 
             
  Motion by Council Member Latrelle Joy, seconded by Council Member Jeff Griffith to approve this item.


  Vote: 0 - 6 Failed
 
NAY: Mayor Daniel M. Pope
  Council Member Juan A. Chadis
  Council Member Randy Christian
  Council Member Jeff Griffith
  Council Member Latrelle Joy
  Council Member Shelia Patterson Harris
Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)
             
   8. Resolution - Planning: Resolution No. 2022-R0033 authorizing the Mayor to execute a Municipal Services Agreement, with Tigris Development, LLC, for the requested annexation of an area of land generally described as 30.57 acres, located north of 114th Street and east of University Avenue.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Shawn Genenbacher, representing Tigris Development, LLC, gave comments and answered questions from City Council. 
             
  Motion by Council Member Jeff Griffith, seconded by Council Member Juan A. Chadis to approve Resolution No. 2022-R0033.


  Vote: 6 - 0 Motion carried
 
Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)
             
   9. Resolution - Planning: Resolution No. 2022-R0034 authorizing the Mayor to execute a Municipal Services Agreement, with Loop 88, LLC, Lavaflow, LLC, and Starlight Development, LLC, for the requeste annexation of an area of land generally described as approximately 1,088 acres, adjacent to the southwestern city limits of the City of Lubbock, south of 130th Street and west of Milwaukee Avenue.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Jarrett Atkinson, city manager; and Thomas Payne, the property owner, gave comments and answered questions from City Council. 
             
  Motion by Council Member Randy Christian, seconded by Council Member Juan A. Chadis to approve Resolution No. 2022-R0034.


  Vote: 6 - 0 Motion carried
 
Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)
             
   10. Resolution - Planning: Resolution No. 2022-R0001 accepting the third Annual Report from the Comprehensive Plan Oversight Committee, regarding the progress and accomplishments of the Plan Lubbock 2040 implementation.

John Zwiacher, chair of the Comprehensive Plan Oversight Committee, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. 
             
  Motion by Council Member Latrelle Joy, seconded by Council Member Jeff Griffith to approve Resolution No. 2022-R0001.

  Vote: 6 - 0 Motion carried
 
Other: Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale (ABSENT)
6:33 P.M. CITY COUNCIL ADJOURNED
 
There being no further business to come before Council, Mayor Pope adjourned the meeting.

 

The January 11, 2022 Regular City Council Meeting minutes were approved by the City Council on the 8th day of February, 2022.


 

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DANIEL M. POPE, MAYOR
ATTEST:
 
 
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Rebecca Garza, City Secretary
 

    

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