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CITY OF LUBBOCK
REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING
January 25, 2022
1:00 P. M.


 
The City Council of the City of Lubbock, Texas met in regular session on the 25th of January, 2022, in City Council Chambers, Citizens Tower, 1314 Avenue K, Lubbock, Texas at 1:00 p.m.

 
1:08 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CONVENED
City Council Chambers, Citizens Tower, 1314 Avenue K, Lubbock, Texas
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
Note:
      City Council addressed agenda items in the following order:
  • Citizen Comments 1; 2.1-2.4; Executive Session; 4.1-4.3.1; Citizen Comments 5; 6.1; 7.1-7.36; 8.1-8.9.
  • Item No. 8.10 was deleted.





             
   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, 2.3, and 2.4, on the Work Session Agenda, shall complete the sign-up form provided at the meeting, no later than 1:00 p.m. on January 25, 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. Discuss planning, goals, and budget priorities for the Lubbock City Council and the City of Lubbock, and discuss the programs, expenditures and policies of the City Council and the City of Lubbock, including but not limited to the Lubbock City Charter, municipal fees, transportation, infrastructure, solid waste, streets, Gateway Fund, Civic Center, libraries, community engagement, capital improvements, facilities, parks and recreation, legislative agenda, public safety, public safety infrastructure, code enforcement, staffing levels, and future needs. This discussion may include a wide range of topics related to the programs, operation, and policies of the City Council and the City of Lubbock. Action may be taken by the City Council to give direction to the City Manager in regard to determining the priorities and goals discussed.

Jarrett Atkinson, city manager, gave a presentation on planning, goals, and budget priorities for the Lubbock City Council and the City of Lubbock and answered questions from City Council. Topics discussed included: previous City Council priorities and goals, which have included fiscal discipline, communication, neighborhoods and community improvement, governance, public safety, growth and development, and economic development and redevelopment; City Council tasks as developed in 2020, including the Gateway Street Fund review and revision, the Charter Review Committee, and the Future Needs Committee; and outcomes that have been produced from City Council priorities.

There was consensus among City Council that it is appropriate for public health to become a standalone priority. There was further consensus from City Council that greater emphasis should be placed on public safety, infrastructure, and communications and technology.
             
   2. 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.

Jamie Wood, customer service manager for LP&L, gave a presentation on the potential for providing customer choice to LP&L customers. Topics discussed included: an update on information related to the scope and role of the Provider of Last Resort (POLR); the recommendation of the Electric Utility Board, and staff, that LP&L does not serve as the POLR; the tentative opt-in schedule; and next steps.

Jarrett Atkinson, city manager, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.
             
   3. 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: an update on the ledger, available balances, projects on the January 25, 2022, agenda for City Council action, and projects in development.

Floyd Mitchell, police chief, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.
             
   4. 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; public input received at the January 19, 2022, Street Bond Listening Session, hosted by Council Member Randy Christian; and options for further public input, including the creation of a citizens advisory committee.

Jarrett Atkinson, city manager; and Chad Weaver, city attorney, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.

             
At the completion of the Work Session, City Council recessed into Executive Session.
             
   3. Executive Session

The meeting recessed at 3:36 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, with legal counsel for advice about pending or contemplated litigation or settlement agreement and on matters in which the duty of the attorney under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct conflicts with Chapter 551.
             
   1.
Claim of Legal Aid of North West Texas
             
             
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

Stake President Spencer McCombs, Lubbock Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, led the invocation.
             
   2. Pledges of Allegiance

Pledges of Allegiance, to the United States and Texas Flags, were led by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale.
             
   3. Proclamations and Presentations
             
   1.
Presentation of a Citizen Certificate of Commendation to Freddy Garcia, in recognition of his bravery and selflessness in rescuing a fellow citizen during a recent structure fire.

Council Member Juan A. Chadis and Shaun Fogerson, fire chief, presented a Citizen's Medal of Valor to Freddy Garcia, the highest award given to citizens by Lubbock Fire Rescue, in recognition of his bravery and selflessness in rescuing a fellow citizen during a recent structure fire. Mr. Garcia gave comments and thanked City Council and Lubbock Fire Rescue for the commendation.
             
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 25, 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.
             
   6. Minutes
             
   1. Minutes - December 14, 2021 Regular City Council Meeting
             
  Motion by Council Member Juan A. Chadis, seconded by Council Member Latrelle Joy to approve the December 14, 2021 Regular City Council Meeting minutes. 

  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   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 Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale, seconded by Council Member Jeff Griffith to approve items 7.1-7.36.







































  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   1. Budget Ordinance Amendment 2nd 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 2nd Reading - Finance: Ordinance 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 2nd 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 2nd 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 2nd 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 2nd 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. Budget Ordinance Amendment 1st Reading - Finance: Ordinance No. 2022-O0011, Amendment 6, amending the FY 2021-22 Budget for municipal purposes respecting the General Capital Fund to establish Capital Improvement Project 8668, Diversion Center Contribution, and Capital Improvement Project 92757, Housing Projects; providing for filing; and providing for a savings clause.    
             
   8. Budget Ordinance Amendment 1st Reading - Finance: Ordinance No. 2022-O0012, Amendment 11, amending the FY 2021-22 Budget for municipal purposes respecting the Grant Fund to accept and appropriate funding from the U.S. Department of Treasury for Emergency Rental Assistance and the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) for the FY 2021 Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program (CEAP) and American Rescue Plan Act Grant providing for filing; and providing for a savings clause.   
             
   9. Resolution - Risk Management: Resolution No. 2022-R0035 ratifying the actions of the City Manager in purchasing, for and on behalf of Lubbock Power and Light, the City’s municipal electric utility, property insurance coverage to include boiler and machinery coverage. The subject insurers are AIG, Argenta, Munich RE, Travelers, Amlin, Guide One, Kiln/Faraday, ARK, Aspen, Alcor, and Chubb as listed in the attachment along with the terms and conditions.
             
   10. Ordinance 2nd 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-R0036 authorizing the Mayor to execute an amendment to Contract 16364, with Hub City Main Street Investment, LLC, for a warehouse lease extension of time.
             
   12. Resolution - Engineering: Resolution No. 2022-R0037 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16363, with Freese and Nichols, Inc., for providing professional services for the Unpaved Roads Improvements Project.
             
   13. Resolution - Engineering: Resolution No. 2022-R0038 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16267, with Horseshoe Construction, Inc., for construction services associated with the North University Sewer Line Relocation Project.
             
   14. Resolution - Engineering: Resolution No. 2022-R0039 authorizing the Mayor to execute Cost Sharing and Payment Agreement 16181, with Ford Development Corporation, for roadway improvements along Ash Avenue from 66th Street to South Loop 289.
             
   15. Resolution - Public Works Streets: Resolution No. 2022-R0040 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16221, with Green Dream International, LLC, to establish the annual pricing for raw construction materials, for repair of streets, alleys, and utility installations.
             
   16. Resolution - Public Works Streets: Resolution No. 2022-R0041 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16339, with Vulcan Construction Materials, LLC, to establish the annual pricing for raw construction materials for construction and repair of streets, alleys, and utility installations.
             
   17. Resolution - Public Works Streets: Resolution No. 2022-R0042 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16215, with West Texas Paving, Inc., to establish the annual pricing of asphalt materials to repair or replace degraded asphalt paving.
             
   18. Resolution - Public Works Streets: Resolution No. 2022-R0043 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16300, with Ti-Zak Concrete, Inc., for Concrete Repair and Patching Project in the 2022 Street Maintenance Program.
             
   19. Resolution - Public Works Streets: Resolution No. 2022-R0044 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16298, with Lone Star Dirt and Paving, Ltd., for Asphalt Repair and Patching Project in the 2022 Street Maintenance Program. 
             
   20. Resolution - Solid Waste: Resolution No. 2022-R0045 authorizing the City of Lubbock Solid Waste Services Department to request grant funding under the South Plains Association of Governments Request for Applications of the Regional Solid Waste Grants Program, to host an electronics waste regional collection event in 2022.
             
   21. Resolution - Solid Waste: Resolution No. 2022-R0046 authorizing the City of Lubbock Solid Waste Services Department to request grant funding under the South Plains Association of Governments Request for Applications of the Regional Solid Waste Grants Program, to host a household hazardous waste regional collection event in 2022.
             
   22. Resolution - Solid Waste: Resolution No. 2022-R0047 authorizing the City of Lubbock Solid Waste Services Department to request grant funding under the South Plains Association of Governments Request for Applications of the Regional Solid Waste Grants Program, to activate service with the Litterati Software Application.
             
   23. Resolution - Public Health Services: Resolution No. 2022-R0048 authorizing the Mayor to execute the Health and Human Services Commission Contract No. HHS000779500006, under the Co-occurring Psychiatric and Substance Use Disorders (COPSD) Grant Program, by and between the City of Lubbock and the State of Texas' Health and Human Services Commission, and all related documents.
             
   24. Resolution - Community Development: Resolution No. 2022-R0049 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16354, and all related documents, between the City of Lubbock, and the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), for the Home Investment Partnerships Grant (HOME) American Rescue Plan (ARP) Grant Agreement.
             
   25. Resolution - Facilities Management: Resolution No. 2022-R0050 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16213, with Roofs, Inc., for roof replacement at the Fire Administration Building, located at 1515 East Ursuline Street, Lubbock, Texas.
             
   26. Resolution - Facilities Management: Resolution No. 2022-R0051 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16198, with Roofs, Inc., for roof replacement at Groves Library, located at 5520 19th Street, Lubbock, Texas.
             
   27. Resolution - Civic Center: Resolution No. 2022-R0052 authorizing the Mayor to execute a Lease Agreement, by and between the City of Lubbock, and Lubbock Moonlight Musicals Inc., for use of the Lubbock Moonlight Musicals Amphitheatre, for five annual periods ending November 30, 2026.
             
   28. Resolutions - Fleet Services: Resolution No.'s 2022-R0053 & 2022-R0054 authorizing the Mayor to execute Purchase Order 31064089, with DACO Fire Safety Equipment, for the purchase of one Rosenbauer 101-foot Platform, Custom Cab, and Purchase Order 31064092, with DACO Fire Safety Equipment, for two Rosenbauer 1250 GPM Custom Pumper Trucks.
             
   29. Resolution - Fleet Services: Resolution No. 2022-R0055 authorizing the Mayor to execute Purchase Order 31064023, with YellowHouse Machinery Co., for the purchase of two John Deere 310SL Backhoe Loaders, for the Water Distribution and Maintenance Department.  
             
   30. Resolution - Fleet Services: Resolution No. 2022-R0056 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16183, with Fleetwash, Inc., of Fairfield, New Jersey, for mobile car wash services for City vehicles.
             
   31. Resolution - Lubbock Power & Light: Resolution No. 2022-R0057 authorizing the Mayor of the City of Lubbock to execute that certain Second Amended and Restated Partial Requirements Power Service Agreement Scheduling Protocol, by and between the City of Lubbock, acting by and through Lubbock Power & Light, and Southwestern Public Service Company.
             
   32. Ordinance 2nd Reading - City Secretary: Ordinance No. 2022-O0009, ordering the 2022 Regular Municipal Election of the City of Lubbock to be held May 7, 2022.
             
   33. Ordinance 1st Reading - City Secretary: Ordinance No. 2022-O0013, amending Section 1.02.004 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Lubbock, Texas, with regard to voting precinct boundaries and the establishment of the same by the City Council; creating additional and new voting precincts; and providing a map of the voting precincts and districts of the City of Lubbock.
             
   34. Resolution - City Secretary: Resolution No. 2022-R0058 authorizing and directing the City Manager to pay in accordance with Article II, Subsection B, of Professional Services Agreement, Contract No. 15708, with Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP, an amount up to $38,000 for redistricting services related to the City of Lubbock, as the City increased the number of plans and other services.
             
   35. Resolution - City Manager: Resolution No. 2022-R0059 authorizing the Mayor to execute a Developer Participation Agreement, by and between the City of Lubbock and Rocket Partners I, LLC, for public improvements for the construction of a multi-company fire station at 142nd Street and Indiana.
             
   36. Ordinance 2nd Reading - Planning (District 6): 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.
             
Regular Agenda - Zone Cases
             
   1. Public Hearing - Planning (District 1): Ordinance No. 2022-O0014, for Zone Case 2016-C, a request of T & D Real Estate and Rentals, LLC, for a zone change from Family Apartment District (A-1) to Garden Office District (GO) at 1306 Avenue R, located west of Avenue R and south of 13th Street, Overton Addition, Block 13, the north 10 feet of Lot 4 and Lot 3, less the west 67.5 feet of the north 10 feet, and consider an ordinance.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. 

Mayor Pope opened the public hearing at 5:20 p.m.

Tamela Pittman, with T & D Real Estate and Rentals, appeared to speak in favor.

No one appeared to speak in opposition.

Mayor Pope closed the public hearing at 5:29 p.m.
             
  Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale, seconded by Council Member Randy Christian to approve Ordinance No. 2022-O0014.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   2. Public Hearing - Planning (District 4): Ordinance No. 2022-O0015, for Zone Case 3455, a request of Hugo Reed and Associates, Inc. for Red Canyon Development, LLC, for a Specific Use for a commercial athletic field, park, stadium, or arena on property zoned Transition (T), generally located south of 146th Street and west of Quaker Avenue on 133.1 acres of unplatted land out of Block AK, Section 6, and consider an ordinance.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Jarrett Atkinson, city manager; Chad Weaver, city attorney; and Terry Holeman, with Hugo Reed and Associates, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.

Mayor Pope opened the public hearing at 5:20 p.m.

Terry Holeman, with Hugo Reed and Associates, appeared to speak in favor.

No one appeared to speak in opposition.

Mayor Pope closed the public hearing at 5:29 p.m.
             
  Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale, seconded by Council Member Randy Christian to approve Ordinance No. 2022-O0015.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   3. Public Hearing - Planning (District 4): Ordinance No. 2022-O0016, for Zone Case 3456, a request of Hugo Reed and Associates, Inc. for 146th and Quaker, LLC, for a zone change from Transition District (T) to General Retail District (C-3), generally located west of Quaker Avenue and south of 146th Street, on 8.00 acres of unplatted land out of Block AK, Section 6, and consider an ordinance.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Jarrett Atkinson, city manager; Chad Weaver, city attorney; and Terry Holeman, with Hugo Reed and Associates, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.

Mayor Pope opened the public hearing at 5:20 p.m.

Terry Holeman, with Hugo Reed and Associates, appeared to speak in favor.

No one appeared to speak in opposition.

Mayor Pope closed the public hearing at 5:29 p.m.
             
  Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale, seconded by Council Member Randy Christian to approve Ordinance No. 2022-O0016.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   4. Public Hearing - Planning (District 5): Ordinance No. 2022-O0017, for Zone Case 3457, a request of Delta Land Surveying for Cotter Ranch, Ltd., for a zone change from Transition District (T) to Local Retail District (C-2) at 6201 114th Street, located south of 114th Street and east of Milwaukee Avenue, on 1.21 acres of unplatted land out of Block AK, Section 20, and consider an ordinance.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Joey Nelson, with Delta Land Surveying, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.

Mayor Pope opened the public hearing at 5:20 p.m.

Lacey Cotter-Vardeman, the proponent, appeared to speak in favor.

No one appeared to speak in opposition.

Mayor Pope closed the public hearing at 5:29 p.m.
             
  Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale, seconded by Council Member Randy Christian to approve Ordinance No. 2022-O0017.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   5. Public Hearing - Planning (District 6): Ordinance No. 2022-O0018, for Zone Case 3308-E, a request of Delta Land Surveying and Engineering for BBA Homes Land Company, LLC, for a zone change from High-Density Apartment District (A-2) to General Retail District (C-3) and Two-Family District (R-2), generally located south of 19th Street and east of Upland Avenue, on 13.7 acres of unplatted land out of Block AK, Section 43, and consider an ordinance.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Joey Nelson, with Delta Land Surveying, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.

Mayor Pope opened the public hearing at 5:20 p.m.

No one appeared to speak in favor or opposition.

Mayor Pope closed the public hearing at 5:29 p.m.
             
  Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale, seconded by Council Member Randy Christian to approve Ordinance No. 2022-O0018.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   6. Public Hearing - Planning (District 6): Ordinance No. 2022-O0019, for Zone Case 3358-B, a request of Hugo Reed and Associates, Inc. for BBA Homes Land Company, LLC, for a Specific Use for Garden Homes on property zoned Reduced Setback Single-Family District (R-1A) at 901 Inler Avenue, located east of Inler Avenue and south of 4th Street, on 59.1 acres of unplatted land out of Block D6, Section 2, and consider an ordinance.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council.

Mayor Pope opened the public hearing at 5:20 p.m.

Terry Holeman, with Hugo Reed and Associates, appeared to speak in favor.

No one appeared to speak in opposition.

Mayor Pope closed the public hearing at 5:29 p.m.
             
  Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale, seconded by Council Member Randy Christian to approve Ordinance No. 2022-O0019.



  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
Regular Agenda - Other Business
             
   7. Resolution - Planning: Resolution No. 2022-R0060 authorizing the Mayor to execute a Municipal Services Agreement, with Ganatra Holdings, LLC, and Ganatra Investments, LLC, for the requested annexation of an area of land generally described as a 3.18 acre tract, located south of 106th Street and east of University Avenue.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answer questions from City Council.
             
  Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale, seconded by Council Member Jeff Griffith to approve Resolution No. 2022-R0060.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   8. Resolution - Finance: Resolution No. 2022-R0061 approving the Central Business District Tax Increment Financing Reinvestment Zone Annual Report, for October 1, 2020, through September 30, 2021.

Jared Campbell, senior financial analyst, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Jarrett Atkinson, city manager; and Chad Weaver, city attorney, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.
             
  Motion by Council Member Latrelle Joy, seconded by Council Member Juan A. Chadis to approve Resolution No. 2022-R0061.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   9. Resolution - Finance: Resolution No. 2022-R0062 approving the Lubbock Business Park Tax Increment Financing Reinvestment Zone Annual Report, for October 1, 2020, through September 30, 2021.

Jared Campbell, senior financial analyst, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Jarrett Atkinson, city manager; and Chad Weaver, city attorney, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.
             
  Motion by Council Member Latrelle Joy, seconded by Council Member Juan A. Chadis to approve Resolution No. 2022-R0062.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   10. Resolution - City Council: Consider a resolution forming a Citizen Advisory Committee to study and make recommendations regarding the street and roadway construction and repair needs of the City of Lubbock, and for a possible future bond election in connection therewith.

This item was deleted.
5:50 P.M. CITY COUNCIL ADJOURNED
 
There being no further business to come before Council, Mayor Pope adjourned the meeting.

 

The January 25, 2022 Regular City Council Meeting minutes were approved by the City Council on the 22nd day of February, 2022.


 

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

    

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