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CITY OF LUBBOCK
REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING
July 27, 2021
1:00 P. M.


 
The City Council of the City of Lubbock, Texas met in regular session on the 27th of July, 2021, in City Council Chambers, Citizens Tower, 1314 Avenue K, Lubbock, Texas, and via video conference and teleconference at 1:00 p.m.

 
1:06 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CONVENED
City Council Chambers, Citizens Tower, 1314 Avenue K, Lubbock, Texas, and via video conference and teleconference
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:
  • 1.1-1.4; Executive Session; 3.1-3.2; Citizen Comments 4; 5.1; 6.1-6.8; 6.13-6.17; 6.19-6.24; 6.26-6.28; 6.9-6.12; 6.18; 6.25; 7.1; 7.3-7.5; 7.2; 7.7; 7.6; 7.8-7.12.
  • Item No. 7.2 failed.





             
   1. Hear and discuss presentations regarding the following and provide guidance to staff as appropriate.
             
   1. Civic Lubbock, Inc. - Live Music Performance Grant Program

Lisa Thomason, civic center director, gave comments and introduced Rafael Gutierrez, chair of the Civic Lubbock, Inc. Board of Directors; Grace Gonzales, vice chair of the Civic Lubbock, Inc. Board of Directors; and Kathy Horkey-Wolff, chair of the Cultural Arts Grant Review Standing Sub-Committee. Jarrett Atkinson, city manager; and Rafael Gutierrez, chair of the Civic Lubbock, Inc. Board of Directors, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.

Ms. Horkey-Wolff gave a presentation on Civic Lubbock, Inc's. proposed Live Music Performance Grant Program and answered questions from City Council. Topics discussed included: programs funded by Hotel Occupancy Tax (HOT); Live Music Performance Grant Program eligibility requirements; and the application process.
             
   2. Unified Development Code Update

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and update on the Unified Development Code (UDC) and answered questions from City Council. Council Member Latrelle Joy, chair of the UDC sub-committee; and Jarrett Atkinson, city manager, gave comments and answered questions from City Council. Topics discussed included: an overview of the most recent module; accomplishments to date; the module review process; focuses of the UDC; strategies for soliciting public input; upcoming steps; and the final adoption process.
             
   3. Presentation and Discussion Regarding Proposed Amendments to the Lubbock City Charter

Jarrett Atkinson, city manager, gave a presentation on proposed amendments to the Lubbock City Charter. Chad Weaver, city attorney; and Amy Sims, deputy city attorney, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.

Mr. Atkinson presented on an overview of potential propositions as recommended by the Charter Review Committee.

City Council discussed all the proposed amendments. There was consensus from City Council to delay ordering a Charter Amendment Election and further discuss the recommendations of the Charter Review Committee at a later date.
             
   4. American Rescue Plan - Interim Final Rule and Funding Eligibility

Jarrett Atkinson, city manager, gave a presentation on the American Rescue Plan (ARPA) as it relates to the interim final rule and funding eligibility, and answered questions from City Council. Topics discussed included: City of Lubbock allocations; ARPA eligible expenditures; committment and expenditure deadlines; and tentative funding categories, including public safety and preparedness, targeted critical infrastructure, neighborhood recovery and revitalization, community support and services, job training and economic development, and arts, non-profits, and small businesses. Additional discussion focused on the possibility of partnering with Lubbock County on various projects including, but not limited to, public health.

Mayor Pope asked City Council to work with staff individually on potential projects that would be eligible for ARPA funding, and directed staff to tentatively schedule further discussion for the August 24, 2021, work session.
             
At the completion of the Work Session, City Council recessed into Executive Session.
             
   2. Executive Session

The meeting recessed at 3:03 p.m. and reconvened in Executive Session under the provisions of Section 551, Texas Government Code. City Council reconvened in open session at 4:58 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.
The City of Lubbock Charter and Potential Charter Amendment Election
             
   2.
Leticia Aguilar v. City of Lubbock, Cause No. 2021544153 pending in the 237th Judicial District Court of Lubbock County, Texas
             
   3.
Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Turnover Program
             
   2.
Hold an executive session in accordance with V.T.C.A. Government Code § 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: (i) legal advice and counsel regarding matters identified in Section 2.4 (a)-(f) of this Agenda; (ii) legal advice and counsel regarding the City of Lubbock’s Note Purchase Program with Bank of America and legal issues regarding bond-related matters.
             
   3. Hold an executive session in accordance with the Texas Government Code, Section 551.072, to deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property.
             
   1.
Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Turnover Program
             
   4. Hold an executive session in accordance with V.T.C.A. Government Code § 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;
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;
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);
• Discuss and deliberate plans, studies, proposals, and analyses for system improvements, ..additions, or sales.
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 4:58 p.m.
             
   3. Ceremonial Items
             
   1. Invocation

Reverend Bailey Barkley, First United Methodist Church, 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.
             
Call to Order

The meeting was called to order at 5:03 p.m.
             
   4. 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 July 27, 2021. If a citizen is attending the meeting by video or teleconference, they may submit a citizen comment by email at citizencomments@mylubbock.us, no later than 2:00 p.m. on July 27, 2021. Submitted comments must include name and address. Each comment will be read aloud for a period of time not to exceed three minutes pursuant to City Council Rules. 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.

Public Hearings – Any person wishing to speak at a posted public hearing (Item 7.1 - 7.6) may do so via Zoom by using the “Raised Hand” feature. When utilizing Zoom through a telephone, press *9 to "raise your hand" and you will be placed in the queue.

No one appeared to speak in person; and no comments were submitted via email.
             
   5. Minutes
             
   1. June 22, 2021 Regular City Council Meeting
             
  Motion by Council Member Jeff Griffith, seconded by Council Member Latrelle Joy to approve the June 22, 2021 Regular City Council Meeting minutes.

  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   6. 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 Latrelle Joy to approve items 6.1-6.8; 6.13-6.17; 6.19-6.24; and 6.26-6.28.










  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   1. Budget Ordinance Amendment 2nd Reading - Finance: Ordinance No. 2021-O0081, Amendment 37, amending the FY 2020-21 Budget for municipal purposes respecting the Storm Water Operating Fund Revenue. 
             
   2. Budget Ordinance Amendment 1st Reading - Finance: Ordinance No. 2021-O0086, Amendment 29, amending the FY 2020-21 Budget for municipal purposes respecting the General Fund and Civil Service positions to amend full-time equivalent positions in Police, providing for filing; and providing for a savings clause.
             
   3. Budget Ordinance Amendment 1st Reading - Finance: Ordinance No. 2021-O0087, Amendment 38, amending the FY 2020-21 Budget for municipal purposes respecting the Grant Fund to accept and appropriate additional funding from the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs.
             
   4. Resolution - Finance: Resolution No. 2021-R0249 authorizing the City to adopt the prevailing wage rate as determined by the United States Department of Labor.
             
   5. Ordinance 2nd Reading - Right-of-Way: Ordinance No. 2021-O0082, abandoning and closing a Drainage Easement, located in Section 21, Block AK, Lubbock County, Texas, for a new plat for Fountain Hills.
             
   6. Resolution - Right-of-Way: Resolution No. 2021-R0250 authorizing the Mayor to execute a Quitclaim Deed, by and between the City of Lubbock and Benton Oil Company, Inc., associated with a 15-foot wide alley previously closed, vacated, and abandoned, in Block 1, Hewett Addition, Lubbock County, Texas.
             
   7. Resolution - Water Utilities: Resolution No. 2021-R0251 to modify the membership requirements for the Lubbock Water Advisory Commission.
             
   8. Resolution - Water Utilities: Resolution No. 2021-R0252 authorizing the Mayor to execute a new five-year contract with the City of Littlefield, for the continued purchase of water during defined emergencies.
             
   9. Resolution - Public Works Streets: Resolution No. 2021-R0265 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 15964, with West Texas Paving, Inc., to mill and relay a portion of Martin Luther King Boulevard.

Wood Franklin, division director of public works, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Jarrett Atkinson, city manager, gave comments and answered questions from City Council. 
             
  Motion by Council Member Shelia Patterson Harris, seconded by Council Member Juan A. Chadis to approve Resolution No. 2021-R0265.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   10. Ordinance Amendment 1st Reading - Traffic Engineering: Ordinance No. 2021-O0088, amending Section 20.05.102 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Lubbock, with regard to the establishment of speed limits.

Sharmon Owens, city traffic engineer, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Jarrett Atkinson, city manager, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.

City Council gave direction to staff to place this item on a work session agenda in the fall for further discussion.
             
  Motion by Council Member Randy Christian, seconded by Council Member Juan A. Chadis to approve Ordinance No. 2021-O0088.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   11. Resolution - Public Health Services: Resolution No. 2021-R0266 authorizing the Mayor to execute a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Plainview Serenity, Inc., regarding coordination with the City of Lubbock Health Department, for providing substance abuse services and co-occurring mental health services.

Jarrett Atkinson, city manager; and 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. 2021-R0266.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   12. Resolution - Community Development: Resolution No. 2021-R0267 authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 to Community Development Funding Contract 15364, and all related documents, with Planks A/C - Heat, to provide Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program (CEAP) Heating and Cooling Unit Services Repair or Replacement, to qualified low-income persons and families through CEAP, administered by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs.

Jarrett Atkinson, city manager; and Karen Murfee, director of community development, gave comments and answered questions from City Council. 
             
  Motion by Council Member Juan A. Chadis, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale to approve Resolution No. 2021-R0267.







  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   13. Resolution - Aviation: Resolution No. 2021-R0253 authorizing the Mayor to approve and ratify the actions and signatures of the City Manager or his designee, and execute, for and on behalf of the City of Lubbock, Contract 15967 with ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corporation, for the modernization of elevator equipment at Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport.
             
   14. Resolution - Environmental Health: Resolution No. 2021-R0254 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 15368, with Hedgerow Software US, Inc., and related documents, for software and licenses to host and manage the Environmental Health Department Data.
             
   15. Resolution - Facilities Management: Resolution No. 2021-R0255 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 15640, with Chapman Harvey Architects, Inc., for professional services related to the evaluation and design of building envelope systems of City-owned facilities.
             
   16. Resolution - Facilities Management: Resolution No. 2021-R0256 authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 to Contract 15668 with Officewise Commercial Interiors, LLC, for the purchase of furniture, fixtures, and equipment for the Three Police Patrol Division Stations.
             
   17. Resolution - Facilities Management: Resolution No. 2021-R0257 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 15857, with MWM Architects, Inc., for remaining construction administration professional services for the Three Police Patrol Division Stations.
             
   18. Resolution - Facilities Management: Resolution No. 2021-R0268 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 15805 with Parkhill, for professional architectural and engineering services, for the renovation of an existing structure into a new Public Health/Community Development Facility.

Jarrett Atkinson, city manager; and Wes Everett, director of facilities management, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.
             
  Motion by Council Member Latrelle Joy, seconded by Council Member Shelia Patterson Harris to approve Resolution No. 2021-R0268.








  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   19. Resolution - Public Transit Services: Resolution No. 2021-R0258 authorizing the Mayor to execute a Public Transportation Master Grant Agreement, between the City of Lubbock and the Texas Department of Transportation, to provide for efficient and effective contract administration required by state and federal laws, regarding federal funds to Citibus.
             
   20. Resolution - Civic Center: Resolution No. 2021-R0259 approving the recommendation from the Cultural Arts Grant Review Committee and the Civic Lubbock, Inc. Board of Directors, for the 2021 Cultural Arts Grant Program, using Hotel Occupancy Tax funds collected at the end of FY 2019-20.
             
   21. Resolution - Parks and Recreation: Resolution No. 2021-R0260 authorizing the Mayor to execute Contract 16007, with Gorman Outdoor, Inc., for parks turf maintenance.
             
   22. Resolution - Parks and Recreation: Resolution No. 2021-R0261 authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 to Contract 15779, with Green Plains Design, LLC, for parks turf maintenance.
             
   23. Resolution - GIS and Data Services: Resolution No. 2021-R0262 authorizing the Mayor to execute a Consultant Contract between the City of Lubbock and the Lubbock Metropolitan Planning Organization (LMPO), to provide Geographic Information System services to LMPO, for FY 2021-22.
             
   24. Resolution - Fleet Services: Resolution No. 2021-R0263 authorizing the Mayor to approve and ratify the actions and signatures of the City Manager or his designee, and execute, for and on behalf of the City of Lubbock, Purchase Order 31060015, with Daco Fire Safety Equipment, for repair of Lubbock Fire Rescue Fire Engine #1.
             
   25. Resolution - Emergency Management: Resolution No. 2021-R0269 authorizing the Mayor to execute Purchase Order 10024209, with Joe Goddard Enterprises, Inc., for the purchase of siren poles for the outdoor warning system.

Jarrett Atkinson, city manager; and Joe Moudy, director of emergency management, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.
             
  Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale, seconded by Council Member Juan A. Chadis to approve Resolution No. 2021-R0269.





  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   26. Ordinance 2nd Reading - City Manager: Ordinance No. 2021-O0084, amending Chapter 2, Section 2.03.491 of the Code of Ordinances, regarding the establishment and membership of the City of Lubbock Building Board of Appeals.
             
   27. Ordinance 2nd Reading - City Council: Ordinance No. 2021-O0085, repealing Chapter 2, Section 2.02.001(c) of the Code of Ordinances regarding certain duties of the City Secretary.
             
   28. Resolution - Lubbock Power & Light: Resolution No. 2021-R0264 authorizing the Mayor of the City of Lubbock to execute the Third Amendment to Power Purchase Agreement, by and between the Texas Tech University System, acting by and through its Board of Regents  (“TTU”) and the City of Lubbock, acting by and through Lubbock Power & Light (“LP&L”), amending the Power Purchase Agreement, by and between TTU and LP&L, dated April 28, 2005, amending the term and clarifying the price adjustment for electric service to be provided under the original Power Purchase Agreement, as amended by the First Amendment and Second Amendment to Power Purchase Agreement.
             
   7. Regular Agenda
             
   1. Public Hearing - Planning: Ordinance No. 2021-O0089, for Zone Case 2538-T, a request of Hugo Reed and Associates, Inc. for Kenny Blackwell, for a zone change from Single-Family District (R-1) to Local Retail District (C-2), at 7302 34th Street, located north of 34th Street and west of Upland Avenue, on 1.6 acres of unplatted land out of Block AK, Section 42, 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 6:06 p.m. 

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

No one appeared to speak in opposition.

Mayor Pope closed the public hearing at 6:10 p.m.
             
  Motion by Council Member Shelia Patterson Harris, seconded by Council Member Jeff Griffith to approve Ordinance No. 2021-O0089.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   2. Public Hearing - Planning: Consider a request for Zone Case 2690-C, a request of AMD Engineering, LLC for KWTHEM, LLC, for a zone change from Family Apartment District (A-1) and General Retail District (C-3) to Interstate Highway Commercial District (IHC), at 2501 Iola Avenue, located east of Iola Avenue and south of 24th Street, West End North Addition, Tract D1, and consider an ordinance.

This item failed.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Will Stephens, with AMD Engineering, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.

Mayor Pope opened the public hearing at 6:11 p.m.

Will Stephens, with AMD Engineering, appeared to speak in favor.

John Chosa appeared to speak in opposition. 

Mayor Pope closed the public hearing at 6:15 p.m.
             
  Motion by Council Member Juan A. Chadis, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale to approve this item. 


  Vote: 0 - 7 Failed
 
NAY: 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
             
   3. Public Hearing - Planning: Ordinance No. 2021-O0090, for Zone Case 3047-AA, a request of AMD Engineering, LLC for George McMahan Development, LLC, for a zone change from Single Family District (R-1) Specific Use to Reduced Setback Single-Family District (R-1A) at 4718, 4719, 4720, 4721, and 4724 121st Place, located north of 122nd Street and west of Quaker Avenue, on 0.86 acres of land, The Estates at Vintage Addition, Lots 91, 92, and 94-96, 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 6:06 p.m.

Cory Dulin, with AMD Engineering, appeared to speak in favor.

No one appeared to speak in opposition. 

Mayor Pope closed the public hearing at 6:10 p.m.
             
  Motion by Council Member Shelia Patterson Harris, seconded by Council Member Jeff Griffith to approve Ordinance No. 2021-O0090.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   4. Public Hearing - Planning: Ordinance No. 2021-O0091, for Zone Case 3436, a request of M.D. Rahman, for a zone change from Single-Family District (R-1) to General Retail District (C-3), at 3301 East 4th Street, located north of East 4th Street, east of Idalou Road, Moore-Elliston Addition, Block 1, Lot 9, and consider an ordinance.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. M.D. Rahman, the proponent, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.

Mayor Pope opened the public hearing at 6:06 p.m.

M.D. Rahman, the proponent, appeared, via video conference, to speak in favor.

No one appeared to speak in opposition. 

Mayor Pope closed the public hearing at 6:10 p.m.
             
  Motion by Council Member Shelia Patterson Harris, seconded by Council Member Jeff Griffith to approve Ordinance No. 2021-O0091.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   5. Public Hearing - Planning: Ordinance No. 2021-O0092, for Zone Case 3438, a request of Abacus Engineering Surveying for Ramona Prater and The Estate of Charles Prater, for a zone change from Transition District (T) to High-Density Apartment District (A-2), generally located north of 114th Street and east of University Avenue, on 9.664 acres of unplatted land out of Block E, Section 10, 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 6:06 p.m.

No one appeared to speak in favor or in opposition. 

Mayor Pope closed the public hearing at 6:10 p.m.
             
  Motion by Council Member Shelia Patterson Harris, seconded by Council Member Jeff Griffith to approve Ordinance No. 2021-O0092.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   6. Public Hearing - Planning: Ordinance No. 2021-O0093, regarding a petition for annexation by the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance (LEDA), to annex an area of approximately 407.28 acres adjacent to the eastern city limits of the City of Lubbock, south of 4th Street and east of East Loop 289.

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

Mayor Pope opened the public hearing at 6:30 p.m.

John Osborne, president and chief executive officer of Lubbock Economic Development Alliance (LEDA) and Market Lubbock, Inc., appeared to speak in favor.

No one appeared to speak in opposition. 

Mayor Pope closed the public hearing at 6:31 p.m.
             
  Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale, seconded by Council Member Latrelle Joy to approve Ordinance No. 2021-O0093.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   7. Ordinance 2nd Reading - Planning: Ordinance No. 2021-O0083, for Zone Case 3298-C, a request of Hugo Reed and Associates, Inc. for Ford Development Corporation, for a zone change from Two-Family District (R-2) Specific Use to Restricted Local Retail District (C-2A) at 3726 and 3716 146th Street, located north of 146th Street and east of Memphis Avenue, on 4.3 acres of unplatted land out of Block AK, Section 4.

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-O0083.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   8. Resolution - Planning: Resolution No. 2021-R0270 authorizing the Mayor to execute a Municipal Services Agreement with Loop 88, LLC, Nelson Sherman Family, LP, Edward & Carol Daniel Revocable Trust, Ilene Hobgood, and Kim Nelson, regarding a petition annexation for an area of land generally described as approximately 717.76 acres adjacent to the western city limits of the City of Lubbock, south of 34th Street and west of Inler Avenue.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Chad Weaver, city attorney, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.
             
  Motion by Council Member Latrelle Joy, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale to approve Resolution No. 2021-R0270.


  Vote: 6 - 0 Motion carried
 
Other: Council Member Randy Christian (AWAY)
             
   9. Resolution - Planning: Resolution No. 2021-R0271 authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 to the Municipal Services Agreement, with Violet A. McInnes, Sandra K. Carlton, Wyatt Crawford, Melissa E. Crawford, Landshark Commercial Properties, LLC, Lubbock Cooper Independent School District, Grow Lubbock, LLC, and Red Canyon, LLC, for an area of land generally described as approximately 431.13 acres, adjacent to the southern city limits of the City of Lubbock, south of 146th Street and west of Avenue P.

Bryan Isham, director of planning, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Chad Weaver, city attorney, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.
             
  Motion by Council Member Juan A. Chadis, seconded by Council Member Latrelle Joy to approve Resolution No. 2021-R0271.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   10. Ordinance Single Reading - Finance: Ordinance No. 2021-O0094 authorizing the issuance and sale of City of Lubbock, Texas, Tax Note, Series 2021; levying a tax in payment thereof; and enacting other provisions relating to the subject.

Blu Kostelich, chief financial officer, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Jarrett Atkinson, city manager, gave comments and answered questions from City Council. 
             
  Motion by Council Member Latrelle Joy, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale to approve Ordinance No. 2021-O0094.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   11. Resolution - Finance: Resolution No. 2021-R0272 authorizing publication of notice of intention to issue City of Lubbock, Texas Water and Wastewater System Revenue Bonds.

Blu Kostelich, chief financial officer, gave a presentation and answered questions from City Council. Jarrett Atkinson, city manager, gave comments and answered questions from City Council. 
             
  Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Massengale, seconded by Council Member Juan A. Chadis to approve Resolution No. 2021-R0272.


  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
             
   12. Resolution - City Manager: Resolution No. 2021-R0273 authorizing the intervention of the City of Lubbock through the Atmos Texas Municipalities, comprised of Amarillo, Channing, Dalhart, and Lubbock, in proceedings to be held by the Railroad Commission of Texas related to implementation of House Bill 1520 and retain the law firm of Herrera Law & Associates, PLLC to represent the City’s interest in such matters.

Jarrett Atkinson, city manager, gave comments and answered questions from City Council.
             
  Motion by Council Member Juan A. Chadis, seconded by Council Member Latrelle Joy to approve Resolution No. 2021-R0273.

  Vote: 7 - 0 Motion carried
7:03 P.M. CITY COUNCIL ADJOURNED
 
There being no further business to come before Council, Mayor Pope adjourned the meeting.

 

The July 27, 2021 Regular City Council Meeting minutes were approved by the City Council on the 24th day of August, 2021.


 

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

    

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