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AGENDA CITY OF HOUSTON . CITY COUNCIL

Tagged Interests: council

June 23 24, 2020

MAYOR SYLVESTER TURNER

CONTROLLER CHRIS B. BROWN

DISTRICT COUNCIL MEMBERS Amy Peck District A

Tagged Interests: council

Jerry Davis District B

Abbie Kamin District C

Carolyn Evans-Shabazz District D

Dave Martin District E

Tiffany D. Thomas District F

Greg Travis District G

Karla Cisneros District H

Robert Gallegos District I

Edward Pollard District J

Martha Castex-Tatum District K

AT-LARGE COUNCIL MEMBERS Mike Knox Position 1

Tagged Interests: council

David W. Robinson Position 2

Michael Kubosh Position 3

Letitia Plummer Position 4

Sallie Alcorn Position 5

Marta Crinejo Director - City Council Agenda Pat Jefferson Daniel Interim City Secretary

In accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act the agenda is posted for public information, at all times, for at least 72 hours preceding the

scheduled time of the meeting on the bulletin board located on the exterior wall of the City Hall building at 901 Bagby.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder and boards and commissions

The agenda may be accessed via the Internet at http://houston.novusagenda.com/agendapublic/. Copies of the agenda are available in the Office of the

City Secretary in the City Hall Annex, Public Level at no charge. To receive the agenda by mail, send check or money order for 52.00 for a one year subscription, made payable to the City of Houston to the attention of the City Secretary, P.O. Box 1562, Houston, Texas 77251.
Tagged Interests: annexation

To reserve time to appear before Council call 832-393-1100 or come to the Office of the City Secretary, City Hall Annex, Public Level at least 30

minutes prior to the scheduled public session shown on the agenda. NOTE: If a translator is required, please advise when reserving time to speak
Tagged Interests: council and annexation

AGENDA - COUNCIL MEETING Tuesday, June 23, 2020 - 1:50 PM Virtual Meeting

PRESENTATIONS

2:00 P.M. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Council Member Knox Due to health and safety concerns related to COVID-19, this meeting will be conducted virtually via Microsoft Teams, a

web-conferencing platform and streamed as usual on the City s website (https://www.houstontx.gov/htv/index.html), Facebook site (https://www.facebook.com/pg/HoustonTelevision/videos/) and the municipal channel on public television. The Council Members will be participating by videoconference in accordance with the provisions of Section 551.127 of the Texas Government Code that have not been suspended by order of the Governor. Public comment will be allowed on Tuesday via teleconference at (936) 755-1521; Conference ID 538 001 634 and details for signing up and participating are posted at https://www.houstontx.gov/council/meetingsinfo.html. Members of the public may call in Wednesday via teleconference at (936) 755-1521; Conference ID 967 044 913 , however no public input will be allowed.
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, health, council, social media law, information technology, and Information Technology

ROLL CALL AND ADOPT MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MINUTES

PUBLIC SPEAKERS - Pursuant to City Council Rule 8, City Council will hear from members of the public; the names and subject matters of persons who

had requested to speak at the time of posting this Agenda are attached; the names and subject matters of persons who subsequently request to speak may be obtained in the City Secretary's Office.
Tagged Interests: council

NOTE: If a translator is required, please advise when reserving time to speak

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RECONVENE

DESCRIPTIONS OR CAPTIONS OF AGENDA ITEMS WILL BE READ BY THE

CITY SECRETARY PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT

MAYOR'S REPORT

CONSENT AGENDA NUMBERS 1 through 57

MISCELLANEOUS - NUMBERS 1 through 3

1. REQUEST from Mayor for confirmation of the appointment or reappointment

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and appointments

of the following individuals to the HOUSTON ETHICS COMMISSION, for terms to expire December 31, 2021:

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and ethics

Position One - GREGORY C. ULMER, appointment, on recommendation from the Houston Bar Position Two - STEVE SANDERS, appointment, nominated by the

AFL-CIO Council Position Three - DONALD RICHARD COLLINS, JR. - reappointment, nominated by the Harris County Medical Society
Tagged Interests: council, boards and commissions, appointments, union, information technology, and Information Technology

2. CONFIRMATION of the reappointment of the following individuals to the HOUSTON ETHICS COMMISSION, for two-year staggered terms: Position 5 - MARSHA

G. FISK Position 7 - DAVID MICHAEL GOLDBERG
Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and ethics

3. RECOMMENDATION from Director Finance Department to approve the Fiscal Year 2021-2025 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and establish a charge of

75.00 plus postage for the adopted CIP documents and a charge of 5.00 plus postage for a CD version
Tagged Interests: finance, capital spending, and Capital Spending

PURCHASING AND TABULATION OF BIDS - NUMBERS 4 through 11

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, and purchasing

4. CALDWELL COUNTRY CHEVROLET - 194,324.00, CHASTANG FORD - 59,943.00 and SILSBEE FORD - 32,266.00 for Automobiles, Utility Vehicles, and Light-Duty

Trucks for the Fleet Management Department on behalf of Various Departments - Equipment Acquisition and Other Funds
Tagged Interests: funding, equipment, utility, Utility, and transportation

5. ORDINANCE de-appropriating 159,860.80 from the Public Health Consolidated Construction Fund previously appropriated for the Task Order and Job

Order Contracting Program for FY2019 (Approved by Ordinance No. 2018-901); appropriating 159,860.80 from Public Health Consolidated Construction Fund for Elevator Modernization Services at the Denver Harbor Multi-Service Center for the Houston Health Department - DISTRICT H - CISNEROS
Tagged Interests: health, ordinance, construction, contract, services, program, ports, and boating

6. THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR CORPORATION, the Sourcewell contractor, for approval of spending authority in the amount of 159,860.80, for Elevator

Modernization Services through the Interlocal Agreement for Cooperative Purchasing for General Services Department on behalf of Houston Health Department - DISTRICT H - CISNEROS This item should only be considered after passage of item 5 above
Tagged Interests: contractor, health, construction, services, and purchasing

7. HOUSTON FOOD BANK for Emergency purchase of 150,000 Meals for adults age 60 or older related to the COVID-19 Pandemic for the Houston Health

Department - 500,000.00 - Grant Fund
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, grant, health, emergency, and purchasing

8. AMEND MOTION 2018-528, 10/10/18, TO INCREASE spending authority from 7,499,213.3 to 11,243,832.15 for the purchase of Telecommunication Services

for Houston Information Technology Services, awarded to AT T CORP. - 3,744,618.78 - Central Service Revolving Fund
Tagged Interests: Telecommunications, services, purchasing, Technology, telecommunications, technology, information technology, and Information Technology

9. ORDINANCE appropriating 1,263,767.50 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund for purchase of Construction Services for Elevator

Modernization at 611 Walker - Enterprise Fund
Tagged Interests: ordinance, construction, sewer, utility, Utility, services, water, and purchasing

10. SOURCEWELL Formerly NATIONAL JOINT POWERS ALLIANCE for

approval of spending authority in the amount not to exceed 1,263,767.50 to purchase Elevator Modernization Services through the Interlocal Agreement

for Cooperative Purchasing for General Services Department on behalf of Houston Public Works - Enterprise Fund This item should only be considered after passage of item 9 above
Tagged Interests: services, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

11. ASSOCIATED SUPPLY COMPANY, INC for purchase of Forklifts through the Interlocal Agreement for Cooperative Purchasing with the Texas Local

Government Purchasing Cooperative (BuyBoard) and the Houston- Galveston Area Council for the Fleet Management Department on behalf of Houston Public Works - 118,104.94 - Enterprise Fund
Tagged Interests: council, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

ORDINANCES - NUMBERS 12 through 57

Tagged Interests: ordinance

12. ORDINANCE appropriating 100,000.00 out of Reimbursement of Equipment/Project Fund, 283,000.00 out of Equipment Acquisition Consolidated Fund, and

125,000.00 out of Contributed Capital Project Fund to purchase Software and Related Services for the Finance Department
Tagged Interests: ordinance, equipment, finance, capital spending, Capital Spending, services, purchasing, information technology, and Information Technology

13. ORDINANCE appropriating 917,600.00 out of Equipment Acquisition Consolidated Fund for Vehicles for the Solid Waste Management Department and

Parks and Recreation Department
Tagged Interests: ordinance, equipment, utility, solid waste, Utility, parks, and recreation

14. ORDINANCE appropriating 44,486,114.58 out of City of Houston, Texas Tax Increment Funds for REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBERS ONE (LAMAR TERRACE ZONE),

NINE (SOUTH POST OAK ZONE), ELEVEN (GREATER GREENSPOINT ZONE), FIFTEEN (EAST DOWNTOWN ZONE), SEVENTEEN (MEMORIAL CITY ZONE), NINETEEN (UPPER KIRBY ZONE), TWENTY-ONE (HARDY/NEAR NORTHSIDE ZONE), TWENTY-TWO (LELAND WOODS ZONE), AND TWENTY-FOUR (GREATER HOUSTON ZONE), for payment of Affordable Housing Costs, payment of Administrative Expenses, payment of Project Costs, and payments to certain Redevelopment Authorities as provided herein
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, taxes, Taxes, downtown, and housing

15. ORDINANCE appropriating 70,137,530.10 out of Tax Increment Funds for REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER ONE, CITY OF HOUSTON, TEXAS (LAMAR TERRACE ZONE),

REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER TWO, CITY OF HOUSTON, TEXAS (MIDTOWN ZONE), REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER THREE, CITY OF HOUSTON, TEXAS (MAIN STREET/MARKET SQUARE ZONE), REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER SIX, CITY OF HOUSTON, TEXAS (EASTSIDE ZONE), REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER SEVEN, CITY OF HOUSTON, TEXAS (OLD SPANISH TRAIL/ALMEDA CORRIDORS ZONE), REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER EIGHT, CITY OF HOUSTON, TEXAS (GULFGATE ZONE), REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER NINE, CITY OF HOUSTON, TEXAS (SOUTH POST OAK ZONE), REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER TEN, CITY OF HOUSTON, TEXAS (LAKE HOUSTON ZONE), REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER ELEVEN, CITY OF HOUSTON, TEXAS (GREATER GREENSPOINT ZONE), REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER TWELVE, CITY OF
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, market, streets, taxes, Taxes, trails, and corridor

HOUSTON, TEXAS (CITY PARK ZONE), REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER THIRTEEN, CITY OF HOUSTON, TEXAS (OLD SIXTH WARD ZONE), REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER FOURTEEN,

CITY OF HOUSTON, TEXAS (FOURTH WARD ZONE), REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER FIFTEEN, CITY OF HOUSTON, TEXAS (EAST DOWNTOWN ZONE), REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER SIXTEEN, CITY OF HOUSTON, TEXAS (UPTOWN ZONE), AND REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER EIGHTEEN, CITY OF HOUSTON, TEXAS (FIFTH WARD ZONE), for Affordable Housing, Administrative Expenses, payments to Houston Independent School District and Humble Independent School District for Educational facilities, and payments to certain Redevelopment Authorities as provided herein
Tagged Interests: downtown, parks, education, and housing

16. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing Loan Agreement between City of Houston and FIFTH WARD COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT CORPORATION to provide up to

14,874,622.00 loan of Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Funds from Hurricane Harvey Round 1 Multifamily Program and Hurricanes Ike and Dolly Round 2 Affordable Rental Program to assist with the acquisition and construction of St. Elizabeth Place, located in the vicinity of 4514 Lyons Avenue, as an 85- unit affordable rental housing community - DISTRICT B - DAVIS
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, ordinance, construction, development, program, Development, rental, information technology, cdbg, Information Technology, community development, and housing

17. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing first amendment to contract between City of Houston and GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF HOUSTON to extend the term of

the contract and provide additional Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS Funds for the continuing operation of a Job Services Program including Supportive Services - 175,000.00 Grant Fund
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, ordinance, contract, services, program, and housing

18. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing Loan Agreement between City of Houston and EDUCATION BASED HOUSING, INC to provide a loan of Hurricane Harvey

Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Funds for the City s Harvey Multifamily Program, to partially finance the new construction of West Little York Apartments a 150-unit multifamily affordable rental housing community, located in the vicinity of 7925 West Little York Road, Houston, Texas - 2,350,000.00 - Grant Fund - DISTRICT A - PECK
Tagged Interests: road, funding, grant, ordinance, construction, finance, streets, development, program, Development, rental, education, information technology, cdbg, Information Technology, community development, and housing

19. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing Subrecipient Agreement between City of Houston and HOUSTON S CAPITAL INVESTING IN DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYMENT

OF ADULTS, INC to provide 600,000.00 in Hurricane Harvey Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Funds for the administration and operation of Hurricane Harvey Public Services Activities, providing Career Navigation Case Management, Career Placement, and Tutoring Services to low- and moderate-income persons who reside in Houston
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, ordinance, development, services, employment, Development, Public Works, public works, information technology, tutoring, cdbg, Information Technology, and community development

20. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing second amendment to Loan Agreement between City of Houston and 100 VICTORY, L.P., to permit a 100 unit

multi-family affordable housing property, located in Houston, Texas on Victor Street in the Fourth Ward, to convert from Section 9 Public Housing Operating Subsidies to Section 8 Project-Based Vouchers - DISTRICT C - KAMIN
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, property, and housing

21. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing Subrecipient Agreement between

Tagged Interests: ordinance

City of Houston and HOUSTON AREA WOMEN S CENTER to provide up to 647,637.00 in Emergency Solutions Grant-Coronavirus Funds for ESG Program Shelter,

Case Management and Related Services to individuals who are victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault - DISTRICT C - KAMIN
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, grant, services, program, emergency, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and domestic violence

22. ORDINANCE amending Ordinance No. 2013-0925, as amended by Ordinance No. 2018-0101 and Ordinance No. 2019-289, to increase the maximum contract

amount and approving and authorizing fifth amendment to agreement between City of Houston and TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC, formerly DIGITAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT, INC, for Software Product Licenses and Software Support Services and to extend the term of the current agreement - 215,000.00 - Special Revenue Fund
Tagged Interests: health, ordinance, contract, services, license, Financial Software, information technology, and Information Technology

23. ORDINANCE amending Ordinance No. 2015-0168 to increase the maximum contract amount for contract between City of Houston and THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR

CORPORATION for Conveyance Systems Operations and Maintenance Services for the Houston Airport System - 2,100,000.00 - Enterprise Fund
Tagged Interests: ordinance, airport, contract, and services

24. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing contract between City of Houston and COPESAN SERVICES, INC dba HOLDER'S PEST SOLUTIONS for Pest Control

Services for Various Departments; providing a maximum contract amount - 3 Years with two one-year options - 1,695,625.00 - General, Enterprise and Other Funds
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, contract, services, and pest control

25. ORDINANCE appropriating 3,625,650.00 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund and approving and authorizing a Professional

Engineering Services Contract between the City of Houston and STANTEC CONSULTING SERVICES, INC Disaster Mitigation for Wastewater Facilities induce by Hurricane Harvey, Package 1 Kingwood Area; declaring the City s intent to seek reimbursement from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other eligible sources for such expenditures
Tagged Interests: ordinance, construction, sewer, utility, Utility, contract, services, emergency, water, and engineering

26. ORDINANCE appropriating 4,780,286.00 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund and approving and authorizing Professional

Engineering Services Contract between City of Houston and PARSONS WATER INFRASTRUCTURE INC for Disaster Mitigation for Wastewater Facilities induced by Hurricane Harvey, Package 2 Upper Brays Area; declaring the City s intent to seek reimbursement from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and other eligible sources for such expenditures
Tagged Interests: ordinance, construction, sewer, utility, Utility, contract, services, emergency, water, FEMA, and engineering

27. ORDINANCE appropriating 5,155,146.00 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund and approving and authorizing a Professional

Engineering Services Contract between City of Houston and BLACK VEATCH CORPORATION for Disaster Mitigation for Wastewater Facilities induced by Hurricane Harvey, Package 3 Almeda Sims Area; declaring the City s intent to seek reimbursement from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other eligible sources for such expenditures
Tagged Interests: ordinance, construction, sewer, utility, Utility, contract, services, emergency, water, and engineering

28. ORDINANCE appropriating of 5,464,732.00 out of Water Sewer System

Tagged Interests: ordinance, sewer, utility, Utility, and water

Consolidated Construction Fund and approving and authorizing a Professional Engineering Services Contract between City of Houston and FREESE AND

NICHOLS, INC for Disaster Mitigation for Wastewater Facilities induced by Hurricane Harvey, Package 4 Multiple Locations; declaring the City s intent to seek reimbursement from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other eligible sources for such expenditures
Tagged Interests: construction, sewer, contract, services, emergency, and engineering

29. ORDINANCE appropriating of 3,499,058.00 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund and approving and authorizing Professional

Engineering Services Contract between City of Houston and ATKINS NORTH AMERICA, INC for General Engineering Services for Disaster Mitigation for Wastewater Facilities induced by Hurricane Harvey; declaring the City s intent to seek reimbursement from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other eligible sources for such expenditures
Tagged Interests: ordinance, construction, sewer, utility, Utility, contract, services, emergency, water, and engineering

30. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing Lease Agreement between City of Houston, Texas, Landlord, and ENCHANTED ROCK SOLUTIONS, LLC, as Tenant, for

approximately 22,100 square feet (0.507 acres) of land located at the Northeast Water Purification Plant
Tagged Interests: ordinance, leasing, utility, Utility, water, plant, and rental

31. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing the submission of an electronic application for and acceptance of Grant Funds through the U.S. DEPARTMENT OF

TRANSPORTATION FOR THE FY2020 MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (MCSAP) HIGH PRIORITY GRANT ( Grant ); declaring the City s eligibility for such Grant; authorizing the Police Chief of the City of Houston Police Department to act as the City s representative to accept such Grant Funds, and to apply for, and accept, all subsequent awards, if any, pertaining to the program
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, ordinance, public safety, transportation, and program

32. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing the submission of an electronic application for and acceptance of Grant Funds through the OFFICE OF THE

GOVERNOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE DIVISION FOR THE FY2021 INTERNET CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN TASK FORCE GRANT ( Grant ); declaring the City s eligibility for such Grant; authorizing the Police Chief of the City of Houston Police Department to act as the City s representative in the application process, to apply for, accept, and expend the Grant Funds if awarded and to apply for, accept, and expend all subsequent awards, if any, pertaining to the Grant and to extend the budget period
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, ordinance, budget, public safety, and crime

33. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing the submission of an electronic application for and acceptance of funding through the U.S. DEPARTMENT OF

JUSTICE FOR THE FY2020 GULF STATES LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVE GRANT ( Grant ); declaring the city s eligibility for such Grant; authorizing the Police Chief of the City of Houston Police Department to act as the City s representative in the application process, to apply for, accept, and expend the Grant Funds if awarded and to apply for, accept, and expend all subsequent awards, if any, pertaining to the Grant and to extend the budget period
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, ordinance, budget, public safety, Technology, and technology

34. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing the submission of an electronic application for and acceptance of funding through the U.S. DEPARTMENT OF

JUSTICE FOR THE FY2020 BODY WORN CAMERA POLICY AND IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM ( Grant ); declaring the City s eligibility for
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, ordinance, program, and policy

such Grant; authorizing the Police Chief of the City of Houston Police Department to act as the City s representative in the application process, to

apply for, accept, and expend the Grant Funds if awarded and to apply for, accept, and expend all subsequent awards, if any, pertaining to the Grant and to extend the budget period
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, budget, and public safety

35. ORDINANCE amending Ordinance No. 2020-261 to increase the maximum contract amount for Lease Agreement between ARDMORE PROFESSIONAL CENTER,

L.L.C., Landlord, and the City of Houston, Texas, Tenant, Approved by Ordinance No. 2009-657, as amended by Ordinance No. 2019-225 and Ordinance No. 2019-893 - 60,800.00 - General Fund - DISTRICT D - EVANS-SHABAZZ
Tagged Interests: ordinance, leasing, contract, and rental

36. ORDINANCE appropriating 175,000.00 out of General Improvement Consolidated Construction Fund to the Task Order and Job Order (TOC/JOC)

Contracting Program for buildout of the Legal Conference Room for the Legal Department (Approved by Ordinance Nos. 2016-0264; 2019-0391; 2019-0677; 2020-0090) - DISTRICT I - GALLEGOS
Tagged Interests: ordinance, construction, legal, contract, and program

37. ORDINANCE consenting to the addition of 60.67 acres of land within the corporate limits of the City of Houston, Texas, to HARRIS COUNTY MUNICIPAL

UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 450, for inclusion in its district - DISTRICT E - MARTIN
Tagged Interests: ordinance, utility, and Utility

38. ORDINANCE consenting to the addition of 8.1938 acres of land to HARRIS COUNTY MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 281, for inclusion in its district

Tagged Interests: ordinance, utility, and Utility

39. ORDINANCE finding and determining that public convenience and necessity no longer require the continued use of a portion of Cross Continents

Drive, located in the Cross Continents Plaza plat and being out of the W.C.R.R. Co. Survey, Abstract No. 934, Harris County; abandoning such portion to VSD, LLC, the abutting owner, in exchange for its conveyance to the City of a full width utility easement for the City s 108-inch Waterline and Utilities currently in place, and other good and valuable consideration - DISTRICT B - DAVIS
Tagged Interests: ordinance, utility, Utility, zoning, water, and easement

40. ORDINANCE finding and determining that public convenience and necessity no longer require the continued use of a 38-foot-wide utility easement

and a 38-foot-wide alley easement, both located within blocks 30 and 31, of the Houston Heights Addition, situated in the John Austin Survey, Abstract No. 1, Harris County, Texas; abandoning such portion to DOMAIN HEIGHTS, LLC, the abutting owner, in consideration of its payment to the City in the amount of 1,045,575.00, and conveyance to the city a 25-foot-wide sanitary sewer easement, located within blocks 30 and 31, of the Houston Heights Addition, out of the John Austin Survey, Abstract No. 1, and other good and valuable consideration - DISTRICT C - KAMIN
Tagged Interests: ordinance, sewer, streets, utility, Utility, and easement

41. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing contract between City and Property Owner(s) at 9403 Millbury Drive, Houston, Texas 77096 for 2016 Flood

Mitigation Assistance Home Elevation Project to be performed by ARKITEKTURA DEVELOPMENT, INC providing a maximum contract amount - DISTRICT C - KAMIN
Tagged Interests: ordinance, development, contract, flooding, Development, and property

42. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing contract between City of Houston and Property Owner(s) at 5822 Arthington Street, Houston, Texas 77053 for

Flood Mitigation Assistance Home Elevation Project to be
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, contract, flooding, and property

performed by BYRDSON SERVICES, LLC dba EXCELLO CONSTRUCTION; providing a maximum contract amount - DISTRICT K - CASTEX-TATUM

Tagged Interests: construction, contract, and services

43. ORDINANCE authorizing and approving contract between City of Houston and Property Owner(s) at 5822 Arthington Street, Houston, Texas 77053 for

2016 Flood Mitigation Assistance Home Elevation Project Deposit Agreement to pay for non grant-eligible work related to the contract between City of Houston and the Property Owner(s) at 5822 Arthington Street, Houston, Texas 77053 for 2016 Flood Mitigation Assistance Home Elevation Project to be performed by BYRDSON SERVICES, LLC d/b/a EXCELLO HOMES - DISTRICT K - CASTEX-TATUM This item should only be considered after passage of item 42 above
Tagged Interests: grant, ordinance, streets, contract, services, flooding, and property

44. ORDINANCE authorizing and approving contract between the City and Property Owner(S) at 5002 Braesheather Drive, Houston, Texas 77096 for 2016

Flood Mitigation Assistance Home Elevation Project Deposit Agreement to pay for non grant-eligible work related to contract between the City of Houston and the Property Owner(s) at 5002 Braesheather Drive, Houston, Texas 77096 for Flood Mitigation Assistance Home Elevation Project to be performed by PLANET THREE ELEVATION - DISTRICT C - KAMIN
Tagged Interests: grant, ordinance, contract, flooding, and property

45. ORDINANCE appropriating 7,260,000.00 out of Dedicated Drainage and Street Renewal Capital Fund Drainage Charge; approving and authorizing an

Interlocal Agreement between City of Houston and HARRIS COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT for the Acquisition, Design, Construction, and Maintenance of the C506-02 Detention Basin Expansion by Harris County Flood Control District; providing funding for CIP Cost Recovery financed by the Dedicated Drainage and Street Renewal Capital Fund Drainage Charge - DISTRICT E - MARTIN
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, construction, finance, expansion, streets, capital spending, Capital Spending, flooding, detention, and stormwater

46. ORDINANCE appropriating 1,647,400.00 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund; approving and authorizing a Professional

Engineering Services Contract between City of Houston and JACOBS ENGINEERING GROUP, INC for Staff Augmentation and Project Management Support for Wastewater Capital Improvements Project; providing funding for CIP Cost Recovery financed by the Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, construction, finance, sewer, utility, capital spending, Utility, contract, Capital Spending, services, water, and engineering

47. ORDINANCE appropriating 2,397,923.00 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund; approving and authorizing a Professional

Engineering Services Contract between City of Houston and AEI ENGINEERING, LLC for New/Replacement Water Wells at IAH, Sims Bayou, Southwest and Sharpstown-2; providing funding for CIP Cost Recovery financed by the Water and Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund - DISTRICTS B - DAVIS; G - TRAVIS; J - POLLARD and K - CASTEX-TATUM
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, construction, finance, sewer, utility, capital spending, Utility, contract, Capital Spending, services, water, and engineering

48. ORDINANCE appropriating 1,120,000.00 out of DDSRF Capital Fund Drainage Fee, awarding contract to PM CONSTRUCTION REHAB, LLC. dba IPR SOUTH

CENTRAL for FY2020 Emergency Drainage Repair 1; setting a deadline for the bidder's execution of the contract and delivery of all bonds, insurance, and other required contract documents to the
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, ordinance, construction, bond, contract, emergency, insurance, and stormwater

City; holding the bidder in default if it fails to meet the deadlines; providing funding for testing services and CIP Cost Recovery relating to

construction of facilities financed by the DDSRF Capital Fund - Drainage Fee
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, funding, construction, finance, capital spending, Capital Spending, services, and stormwater

49. ORDINANCE authorizing the transfer of 17,556,288.60 from the NETL Expansion-SWIFT Fund to the HPW-NETL Construction Fund and appropriating said

sum out of the HPW-NETL Construction Fund, appropriating 23,588,048.41 out of the Water Authorities Capital Contribution-NETL Fund, appropriating 1,109,762.99 out of the Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund, awarding contract to FIVE COMPANIES, LLC for 108-inch Water Line along City easements from Milner Road to Aldine Westfield Road; setting a deadline for the bidder s execution of the contract and delivery of all bonds, insurance, and other required contract documents to the City; holding the bidder in default if it fails to meet the deadlines; providing funding for testing services, CIP Cost Recovery, construction management, construction program management services, and contingencies relating to construction of facilities financed by the HPW-NETL Construction Fund, Water Authorities Capital Contribution - NETL Fund, Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund - DISTRICT B - DAVIS
Tagged Interests: rfp, road, RFP, funding, ordinance, construction, finance, sewer, expansion, streets, utility, capital spending, bond, Utility, contract, Capital Spending, services, program, water, insurance, and easement

50. ORDINANCE appropriating 2,407,434.00 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund; awarding contract to PM CONSTRUCTION REHAB, LLC

dba SOUTH CENTRAL for Wastewater Collection System Rehabilitation and Renewal; setting a deadline for the bidder's execution of the contract and delivery of all bonds, insurance, and other required contract documents to the City; holding the bidder in default if it fails to meet the deadlines; providing funding for engineering, testing, and contingencies relating to the construction of facilities financed by the Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, funding, ordinance, construction, finance, sewer, utility, bond, Utility, contract, water, insurance, and engineering

51. ORDINANCE appropriating 5,053,195.00 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund; awarding contract to LOPEZ UTILITIES CONTRACTOR,

LLC for Wastewater Collection System Rehabilitation and Renewal; setting a deadline for the bidder s execution of the contract and delivery of all bonds, insurance, and other required contract documents to the City; holding the bidder in default if it fails to meet the deadlines; providing funding for engineering testing services, and contingencies relating to construction of facilities financed by the Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund
Tagged Interests: rfp, contractor, RFP, funding, ordinance, construction, finance, sewer, utility, bond, Utility, contract, services, water, insurance, and engineering

52. ORDINANCE appropriating 4,803,545.00 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund; awarding contract to PM CONSTRUCTION REHAB, LLC

dba IPR SOUTH CENTRAL for Wastewater Collection System Rehabilitation and Renewal; setting a deadline for the bidder s execution of the contract and delivery of all bonds, insurance, and other required contract documents to the City; holding the bidder in default if it fails to meet the deadlines; providing funding for engineering, testing, and contingencies relating to construction of facilities financed by the Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, funding, ordinance, construction, finance, sewer, utility, bond, Utility, contract, water, insurance, and engineering

53. ORDINANCE appropriating of 5,001,148.00 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund; awarding contract to LOPEZ

Tagged Interests: ordinance, construction, sewer, utility, Utility, contract, and water

UTILITIES CONTRACTOR, LLC for Wastewater Collection System Rehabilitation and Renewal; setting a deadline for the bidder's execution of the contract

and delivery of all bonds, insurance, and other required contract documents to the City; holding the bidder in default if it fails to meet the deadlines; providing funding for engineering, testing, and contingencies relating to construction of facilities financed by the Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund
Tagged Interests: rfp, contractor, RFP, funding, construction, finance, sewer, utility, bond, Utility, contract, water, insurance, and engineering

54. ORDINANCE No. 2020-533, passed first reading June 17, 2020 ORDINANCE granting to ADVANCED ECOSYSTEM SERVICES, INC a Texas corporation, the right,

privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid waste and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston, Texas, pursuant to Chapter 39, Code of Ordinances, Houston, Texas; providing for related terms and conditions; and making certain finding related thereto - SECOND READING
Tagged Interests: grant, ordinance, utility, industrial, solid waste, Utility, services, and commercial

55. ORDINANCE No. 2020-534, passed first reading June 17, 2020 ORDINANCE granting to BCAC UNDERGROUND, LLC, a Texas Limited Liability Company, the

right, privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid waste and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston, Texas, pursuant to Chapter 39, Code of Ordinances, Houston, Texas, pursuant to Chapter 39, Code of Ordinances, Houston, Texas; providing for related terms and conditions; and making certain findings related thereto - SECOND READING
Tagged Interests: grant, ordinance, utility, industrial, solid waste, Utility, and commercial

56. ORDINANCE No. 2020-535, passed first reading June 17, 2020 ORDINANCE granting to CCJC ENTERPRISES, INC, dba REDBOX PLUS NORTH/NORTHEAST HOUSTON,

a Texas Corporation, the right, privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid waste and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston, Texas, pursuant to Chapter 39, Code of Ordinances, Houston, Texas; providing for related terms and conditions; and making certain findings related thereto - SECOND READING
Tagged Interests: grant, ordinance, utility, industrial, solid waste, Utility, and commercial

57. ORDINANCE No. 2020-499, passed second reading June 17, 2020 ORDINANCE granting to SP PLUS CORPORATION, a Delaware Corporation, the right,

privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid waste and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston, Texas, pursuant to Chapter 39, Code of Ordinances, Houston, Texas; providing for related terms and conditions; and making certain findings related thereto - THIRD and FINAL READING
Tagged Interests: grant, ordinance, utility, industrial, solid waste, Utility, and commercial

END OF CONSENT AGENDA

CONSIDERATION OF MATTERS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA

MATTERS TO BE PRESENTED BY COUNCIL MEMBERS - Council Member Peck first

Tagged Interests: council

ALL ORDINANCES ARE TO BE CONSIDERED ON AN EMERGENCY BASIS AND TO BE PASSED ON ONE READING UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, ARTICLE VII, SECTION 7, CITY

CHARTER
Tagged Interests: ordinance and emergency

NOTE WHENEVER ANY AGENDA ITEM, WHETHER OR NOT ON THE

- CONSENT AGENDA, IS NOT READY FOR COUNCIL ACTION AT THE TIME IT IS REACHED ON THE AGENDA, THAT ITEM SHALL BE PLACED AT THE END OF THE AGENDA FOR

ACTION BY COUNCIL WHEN ALL OTHER AGENDA ITEMS HAVE BEEN CONSIDERED.
Tagged Interests: council

CITY COUNCIL RESERVES THE RIGHT TO TAKE UP AGENDA ITEMS OUT OF THE ORDER IN WHICH THEY ARE POSITIONED IN THIS AGENDA. ALSO, AN ITEM THAT HAS BEEN

TAGGED UNDER CITY COUNCIL RULE (HOUSTON CITY CODE 2-2) OR DELAYED TO ANOTHER DAY MAY BE NEVERTHELESS CONSIDERED LATER AT THE SAME CITY COUNCIL MEETING.

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 6/23/2020

Item Creation Date:

SP06-23-20

Agenda Item :

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type SP06-23-20 Signed Cover sheet

CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER VIRTUAL MEETING TUESDAY JUNE 23, 2020 2:00 PM

Tagged Interests: council

NON-AGENDA

3 MIN 3 MIN 3 MIN

LAURIE SCHULTZ 11002 Hammerly Blvd., Apt. 233 77043 281-709-8783 Food truck illegally parked in 11000 Block of Hammerly

Tagged Interests: transportation, parks, and food trucks

LARRY HAMILTON 14515 Briar Forest Dr., Apt. 1413 77077 832-512-9100 New product/Thermal Imaging Product

PREVIOUS

1 MIN 1 MIN 1 MIN

JALIL CANTARERO 221 W. 18TH St. 77008 704-584-8369 - Budget

Tagged Interests: budget

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 6/23/2020

Item Creation Date: 6/8/2020

MYR 2020 Houston Ethics Commission Appts. ltr. 6-8-2020

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, appointments, and ethics

Agenda Item : 1.

Summary: REQUEST from Mayor for confirmation of the appointment or reappointment of the following individuals to the HOUSTON ETHICS COMMISSION, for

terms to expire December 31, 2021:
Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, appointments, and ethics

Position One - GREGORY C. ULMER, appointment, on recommendation from the Houston Bar Position Two - STEVE SANDERS, appointment, nominated by the

AFL-CIO Council Position Three - DONALD RICHARD COLLINS, JR. - reappointment, nominated by the Harris County Medical Society
Tagged Interests: council, boards and commissions, appointments, union, information technology, and Information Technology

Background: May 22, 2020

The Honorable City Council City of Houston, Texas

Tagged Interests: council

Dear Council Members:

Tagged Interests: council

In accordance with Section 18-12, of the City of Houston Code of Ordinances, I am referring the following nominations to the Houston Ethics

Commission:
Tagged Interests: ordinance, boards and commissions, and ethics

The Houston Bar Association has nominated Mr. Gregory C. Ulmer for appointment to Position One for a term to expire December 31, 2021; The Harris

County AFL-CIO Council has nominated Steve Sanders for appointment to Position Two for a term to expire December 31, 2021; and The Harris County Medical Society has nominated Dr. Donald Richard Collins, Jr. for reappointment to Position Three for a term to expire December 31, 2021.
Tagged Interests: council, boards and commissions, appointments, union, information technology, and Information Technology

The r sum s of the nominees are attached for your review.

Sincerely,

Sylvester Turner Mayor

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 6/23/2020

Item Creation Date: 5/18/2020

MYR 2020 Houston Ethics Commission CMs Nominations Memo 5-18-2020

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and ethics

Agenda Item : 2.

Summary: CONFIRMATION of the reappointment of the following individuals to the HOUSTON ETHICS COMMISSION, for two-year staggered terms: Position 5 -

MARSHA G. FISK Position 7 - DAVID MICHAEL GOLDBERG
Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and ethics

Background:

Houston Ethics Commission Nominations

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and ethics

NON-CONSENT AGENDA

MISCELLANEOUS

Motion to set a date not less than seven (7) days from May 27, 2020, to receive nominations for appointments or reappointments to Positions Five, and

Seven on the Houston Ethics Commission for two-year staggered terms. Current board members terms expired December 31, 2019.
Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, appointments, and ethics

Position 5 Marsha G. Fisk Nominated by Council Member Green

Tagged Interests: council

Position 7 David Michael Goldberg Nominated by Council Member Robinson

Tagged Interests: council

MDPM:jsk

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 6/23/2020

ALL Item Creation Date:

FIN - FY2021-2025 Proposed CIP

Tagged Interests: capital spending and Capital Spending

Agenda Item : 3.

Summary: RECOMMENDATION from Director Finance Department to approve the Fiscal Year 2021-2025 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and establish a charge

of 75.00 plus postage for the adopted CIP documents and a charge of 5.00 plus postage for a CD version
Tagged Interests: finance, capital spending, and Capital Spending

Background:

Approval of the Fiscal Year 2021-2025 Proposed Capital Improvement Plan

Tagged Interests: capital spending and Capital Spending

RECOMMENDATION: That City Council approve by Motion the Fiscal Year 2021-2025 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP).

Tagged Interests: council, capital spending, and Capital Spending

SPECIFIC EXPLANATION: The FY2021-2025 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) supports improved delivery of services and an improved quality of living for

Houstonians, with an emphasis on drainage, transportation infrastructure, mobility, quality of life, affordable housing and public safety. The plan emphasizes the replacement and rehabilitation of existing facilities and the selective addition and expansion of facilities.
Tagged Interests: expansion, capital spending, public safety, Capital Spending, transportation, services, stormwater, and housing

The FY2021-2025 CIP book contains vertical construction projects supported by the General Services Department for its clients (Fire, Health, Library,

Parks, Police and Solid Waste), projects supported by Houston Public Works (Street Traffic, Storm Drainage, Water and Wastewater) and the Houston Airport System. In addition, Information Technology, Fleet, and Component Units citywide capital programs are included. This year s CIP puts an emphasis on Harvey recovery projects.
Tagged Interests: health, construction, sewer, airport, streets, utility, capital spending, solid waste, Utility, public safety, Capital Spending, services, program, water, Technology, parks, technology, Public Works, public works, information technology, traffic, library, Information Technology, and stormwater

The FY2021-2025 CIP calls for appropriations of approximately 9.2 billion during the five-year period. Planned appropriations for the Public

Improvement Citywide Capital Programs total approximately 681 million, Component Unit Programs 1.1 billion and 7.3 billion for the Enterprise Programs.
Tagged Interests: funding, capital spending, Capital Spending, and program

The adopted CIP will be available for public viewing at the Downtown Library and on the City s website located at http://www.houstontx.gov/cip/

Tagged Interests: capital spending, downtown, Capital Spending, and library

_______________________________________________ Tantri Emo, Chief Business Officer / Director of Finance

Tagged Interests: business and finance

Amount of Funding: N/A

Tagged Interests: funding

Contact Information: Melissa Dubowski Phone: 832-393-9101 Jaime Alvarez Phone: 832-393-9066

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 6/23/2020

Item Creation Date: 2/7/2020

N29254 - Harvey Light-Duty Replacement Vehicles - MOTION

Agenda Item : 4.

Summary: CALDWELL COUNTRY CHEVROLET - 194,324.00, CHASTANG FORD - 59,943.00 and SILSBEE FORD - 32,266.00 for Automobiles, Utility Vehicles, and

Light-Duty Trucks for the Fleet Management Department on behalf of Various Departments - Equipment Acquisition and Other Funds
Tagged Interests: funding, equipment, utility, Utility, and transportation

Background: Formal Bids received January 30, 2020 for S87-N29254 - Approve various awards, as shown below, in the total amount of 286,533.00 for

automobiles, utility vehicles, and light- duty trucks for the Fleet Management Department on behalf of various departments.
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, utility, Utility, and transportation

Specific Explanations: The Director of the Fleet Management Department and the Chief Procurement Officer recommend that City Council approve various

awards as shown below, in the total amount of 286,533.00 for automobiles, utility vehicles, and light-duty trucks for various departments and that authorization be given to issue purchase orders. These vehicles will be used citywide by department personnel to conduct City business. The funding for these vehicles is included in the adopted FY20 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP).
Tagged Interests: funding, business, council, utility, capital spending, personnel, Utility, Capital Spending, transportation, and purchasing

This project was advertised in accordance with the requirements of the State of Texas bid laws. Five (5) prospective bidders downloaded the

solicitation document from SPD's e-bidding website, and four (4) bids were received as detailed below:
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, advertising, and solicitation

Caldwell Country Chevrolet: Award on its low bid for Item No. 1, one (1) compact hybrid sedan; Item No. 2, four (4) gasoline-powered compact sedans;

Item No. 6, one (1) mid size utility vehicle; Item No. 8, one (1) full size cargo van; Item No. 11, one (1) pickup truck with platform stakebodys in the total amount of 194,324.00.
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, utility, Utility, and transportation

Company Amount 1. Caldwell Country Chevrolet 194,324.00 2. Chastang Ford 106,389.00 (Higher Unit Price/Partial Bid) 3. Silsbee Ford, Inc. 108,619.00

(Higher Unit Price/Partial Bid) 4. Caldwell Country Ford 201,739.00 (Higher Unit Price/Partial BId)
Tagged Interests: rfp and RFP

Chastang Ford: Award on its low bid for Item No. 5, one (1) utility vehicle; Item No. 7, one (1) mini cargo van in the total amount of 59,943.00.

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, utility, and Utility

Company Amount 1. Chastang Ford 59,943.00 2. Caldwell Country Chevrolet 39,735.00 (Higher Unit Price/Partial Bid) 3. Silsbee Ford 40,762.00 (Higher

Unit Price/Partial Bid) 4. Caldwell Country Ford 69,393.00 (Higher Unit Price/Partial Bid)
Tagged Interests: rfp and RFP

Silsbee Ford: Award on its low bid for Item No. 10, one (1) 3/4 ton pickup in the total amount of 32,266.00.

Tagged Interests: rfp and RFP

Company Amount 1. Silsbee Ford 32,266.00 2. Caldwell Country Chevrolet 32,929.00 (Higher Unit Price/Partial Bid) 3. Caldwell Country Ford 34,553.00

(Higher Unit Price/Partial Bid) 4. Chastang Ford 42,870.00 (Higher Unit Price/Partial Bid)
Tagged Interests: rfp and RFP

These automobiles, vans, utility vehicles and light-duty trucks will come with a full three- year/36,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty and the truck

bodies will come with a full one-year warranty. The life expectancy of these vehicles is seven years or 100,000 miles. These vehicles will meet the EPA's current emission standards for low emission vehicles and replace vehicles that have reached their life expectancy. The old vehicles will be sent to auction for disposition.
Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, transportation, and auction

This FEMA Harvey Replacement Light-Duty package consists of eleven (11) vehicles.

Tagged Interests: FEMA

This recommendation was made pursuant to Chapter 252, Section 252.022 (a) (2) a procurement necessary to preserve or protect the public health or

safety of the municipality's residents of the Texas Local Government Code for exempted procurements.
Tagged Interests: health and purchasing

M/WBE Participation: OBO approves the waiver of an M/WBE goal on this procurement because, as per Chapter 15 of the Code of Ordinances, a waiver is

appropriate when a public or administrative emergency exists which requires the goods or services to be provided with unusual immediacy.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, services, emergency, purchasing, and unusual

Hire Houston First: The proposed procurement may be funded by a federal grant; therefore, exempt from Hire Houston First (HHF) ordinance that

promotes economic opportunity for Houston Businesses and supports job creation.
Tagged Interests: grant, ordinance, business, purchasing, and job creation

Disaster Recovery Note: This item is related to the impact of Hurricane Harvey DR4332 and it is the City's intent to seek reimbursement from the

Federal Emergency Management Agency ( FEMA ) and other eligible sources for such expenditures.
Tagged Interests: emergency, information technology, FEMA, and Information Technology

Fiscal Note: No significant Fiscal Operation impact is anticipated as a result of this project.

Department FY20 Out Years Total General Services 30,440.00 0 30,440.00

Tagged Interests: services

Houston Fire 124,563.00 0 124,563.00 Houston Police 25,870.00 0 25,870.00

Tagged Interests: public safety

Houston Public Library 65,866.00 0 65,866.00 Houston Parks and Rec 39,794.00 0 39,794.00

Tagged Interests: parks and library

Total 286,533.00

__________________________________ _____________________________________ Jerry Adams, Chief Procurement Officer Department Approval Authority

Signature Finance/Strategic Procurement Division
Tagged Interests: finance, strategic, and purchasing

Estimated Spending Authority

Prior Council Action: Appropriated Ordinance No. 2019-0645, approved August 20, 2019

Tagged Interests: ordinance and council

Amount of Funding: 259,209.00 - Capital Projects/Acquisition CP Ser E Fund; Fund 4039 27,324.00 - Equipment Acquisition Consolidated Fund; Fund 1800

286,533.00 - Total
Tagged Interests: funding, equipment, capital spending, and Capital Spending

Contact Information: Coryie Gilmore 832-393-8743 Lena Farris 832-393-8729 Marchelle Cain 832-393-6910

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type cover sheet Signed Cover sheet

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date:

Item Creation Date: 2/7/2020

N29254 - Harvey Light-Duty Replacement Vehicles -MOTION

Agenda Item :

Background: Formal Bids received January 30, 2020 for S87-N29254 - Approve various awards, as shown below, in the total amount of 286,533.00 for

automobiles, utility vehicles, and light-duty trucks for the Fleet Management Department on behalf of various departments.
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, utility, Utility, and transportation

Specific Explanations: The Director of the Fleet Management Department and the Chief Procurement Officer recommend that City Council approve various

awards as shown below, in the total amount of 286,533.00 for automobiles, utility vehicles, and light-duty trucks for various departments and that authorization be given to issue purchase orders. These vehicles will be used citywide by department personnel to conduct City business. The funding for these vehicles is included in the adopted FY20 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP).
Tagged Interests: funding, business, council, utility, capital spending, personnel, Utility, Capital Spending, transportation, and purchasing

This project was advertised in accordance with the requirements of the State of Texas bid laws. Five (5) prospective bidders downloaded the

solicitation document from SPD's e-bidding website, and four (4) bids were received as detailed below:
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, advertising, and solicitation

Caldwell Country Chevrolet: Award on its low bid for Item No. 1, one (1) compact hybrid sedan; Item No. 2, four (4) gasoline- powered compact sedans;

Item No. 6, one (1) mid size utility vehicle; Item No. 8, one (1) full size cargo van; Item No. 11, one (1) pickup truck with platform stakebodys in the total amount of 194,324.00.
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, utility, Utility, and transportation

Company Amount 1. Caldwell Country Chevrolet 194,324.00 2. Chastang Ford 106,389.00 (Higher Unit Price/Partial Bid) 3. Silsbee Ford, Inc. 108,619.00

(Higher Unit Price/Partial Bid) 4. Caldwell Country Ford 201,739.00 (Higher Unit Price/Partial BId)
Tagged Interests: rfp and RFP

Chastang Ford: Award on its low bid for Item No. 5, one (1) utility vehicle; Item No. 7, one (1) mini cargo van in the total amount of 59,943.00.

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, utility, and Utility

Company Amount 1. Chastang Ford 59,943.00 2. Caldwell Country Chevrolet 39,735.00 (Higher Unit Price/Partial Bid) 3. Silsbee Ford 40,762.00 (Higher

Unit Price/Partial Bid) 4. Caldwell Country Ford 69,393.00 (Higher Unit Price/Partial Bid)
Tagged Interests: rfp and RFP

Silsbee Ford: Award on its low bid for Item No. 10, one (1) 3/4 ton pickup in the total amount of 32,266.00.

Tagged Interests: rfp and RFP

Company Amount 1. Silsbee Ford 32,266.00 2. Caldwell Country Chevrolet 32,929.00 (Higher Unit Price/Partial Bid) 3. Caldwell Country Ford 34,553.00

(Higher Unit Price/Partial Bid) 4. Chastang Ford 42,870.00 (Higher Unit Price/Partial Bid)
Tagged Interests: rfp and RFP

These automobiles, vans, utility vehicles and light-duty trucks will come with a full three-year/36,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty and the truck

bodies will come with a full one-year warranty. The life expectancy of these vehicles is seven years or 100,000 miles. These vehicles will meet the EPA's current emission standards for low emission vehicles and replace vehicles that have reached their life expectancy. The old vehicles will be sent to auction for disposition.
Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, transportation, and auction

This FEMA Harvey Replacement Light-Duty package consists of eleven (11) vehicles.

Tagged Interests: FEMA

This recommendation was made pursuant to Chapter 252, Section 252.022 (a) (2) a procurement necessary to preserve or protect the public health or

safety of the municipality's residents of the Texas Local Government Code for exempted procurements.
Tagged Interests: health and purchasing

M/WBE Participation: OBO approves the waiver of an M/WBE goal on this procurement because, as per Chapter 15 of the Code of Ordinances, a waiver is

Tagged Interests: ordinance and purchasing

DocuSign Envelope ID: 64B37244-4BB0-4C1F-9928-03629A5AF4CA

Department FY20 Out Years Total General Services 30,440.00 0 30,440.00

Tagged Interests: services

Houston Fire 124,563.00 0 124,563.00 Houston Police 25,870.00 0 25,870.00

Tagged Interests: public safety

Houston Public Library 65,866.00 0 65,866.00 Houston Parks and Rec 39,794.00 0 39,794.00

Tagged Interests: parks and library

Total 286,533.00

OBO approves the waiver of an M/WBE goal on this procurement because, as per Chapter 15 of the Code of Ordinances, a waiver is appropriate when a

public or administrative emergency exists which requires the goods or services to be provided with unusual immediacy.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, services, emergency, purchasing, and unusual

Hire Houston First: The proposed procurement may be funded by a federal grant; therefore, exempt from Hire Houston First (HHF) ordinance that

promotes economic opportunity for Houston Businesses and supports job creation.
Tagged Interests: grant, ordinance, business, purchasing, and job creation

Disaster Recovery Note: This item is related to the impact of Hurricane Harvey DR4332 and it is the City's intent to seek reimbursement from the

Federal Emergency Management Agency ( FEMA ) and other eligible sources for such expenditures.
Tagged Interests: emergency, information technology, FEMA, and Information Technology

Fiscal Note: No significant Fiscal Operation impact is anticipated as a result of this project.

__________________________________ _____________________________________ Jerry Adams, Chief Procurement Officer Department Approval Authority

Signature Finance/Strategic Procurement Division
Tagged Interests: finance, strategic, and purchasing

Estimated Spending Authority

Prior Council Action: Appropriated Ordinance No. 2019-0645, approved August 20, 2019

Tagged Interests: ordinance and council

Amount of Funding: 259,209.00 - Capital Projects/Acquisition CP Ser E Fund; Fund 4039 27,324.00 - Equipment Acquisition Consolidated Fund; Fund 1800

286,533.00 - Total
Tagged Interests: funding, equipment, capital spending, and Capital Spending

Contact Information: Coryie Gilmore 832-393-8743 Lena Farris 832-393-8729 Marchelle Cain 832-393-6910

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type N29254 - Fiscal Form A - HPD Financial Information N29254 - Fiscal Form A - HFD Financial Information N29254 - Fiscal

Form A - GSD Financial Information N29254 - Fiscal Form A - HPL Financial Information N29254 - Fiscal Form A - HPARD Financial Information N29254 - OBO Waiver Backup Material N29254 - Fair Campaign - Silsbee Backup Material N29254 - Fair Campaign - Chastang Backup Material N29254 - Fair Campaign - Caldwell Backup Material N29254 - Form B Backup Material N29254 - Delinquent Tax - Caldwell Backup Material N29254 - Delinquent Tax - Chastang Backup Material N29254 - Delinquent Tax - Silsbee Backup Material N29254 - Affidavit of Ownership - Chastang Backup Material N29254 - Affidavit of Ownership - Caldwell Backup Material N29254 - Affidavit of Ownership - Silsbee Backup Material N29254 - Funding Summary - GSD Backup Material N29254 - Funding Summary - HFD Backup Material
Tagged Interests: funding, finance, taxes, and Taxes

DocuSign Envelope ID: 64B37244-4BB0-4C1F-9928-03629A5AF4CA

5/7/2020 5/12/2020

N29254 - Funding Summary - HFD Backup Material N29254 - Funding Summary - HPD Backup Material N29254 - Funding Summary - HPL Backup Material N29254 -

Funding Summary - HPARD Backup Material N29254 - Appropriation Ordinance 2019-0645 Backup Material
Tagged Interests: funding and ordinance

DocuSign Envelope ID: 64B37244-4BB0-4C1F-9928-03629A5AF4CA

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 6/23/2020

District H Item Creation Date: 5/14/2020

25CONS427 - De-Appropriate/Appropriate Funds for Issuance of Purchase Order - Denver Harbor Multi-Service

Tagged Interests: funding, purchasing, ports, and boating

Center Elevator Modernization

Agenda Item : 5.

Summary: ORDINANCE de-appropriating 159,860.80 from the Public Health Consolidated Construction Fund previously appropriated for the Task Order and

Job Order Contracting Program for FY2019 (Approved by Ordinance No. 2018-901); appropriating 159,860.80 from Public Health Consolidated Construction Fund for Elevator Modernization Services at the Denver Harbor Multi- Service Center for the Houston Health Department - DISTRICT H - CISNEROS
Tagged Interests: health, ordinance, construction, contract, services, program, ports, and boating

Background:

RECOMMENDATION: De-appropriate the sum of 159,860.80 out of the Task Order and Job Order (TOC/JOC) Contracting Program for FY2019 (previously

appropriated by Ordinance No. 2018-901), and appropriate those funds for the issuance of a purchase order to Thyssenkrupp Elevator Corp. for elevator modernization services at the Denver Harbor Multi-Service Center, for the Houston Health Department.
Tagged Interests: funding, health, ordinance, contract, services, program, purchasing, ports, and boating

SPECIFIC EXPLANATION: On November 14, 2018, Ordinance No. 2018-901, City Council authorized the appropriation of 1,160,000 out of the Public Health

Consolidated Construction Fund to the TOC/JOC Contracting Program for FY2019, for rehabilitation of the Denver Harbor Multi-Service Center, which includes elevator modernization services. The Denver Harbor Multi-Service Center is a two-story facility with one elevator. The elevator regularly malfunctions, limiting access to the second level by clients and staff. The elevator modernization will provide increased durability, reliability and reduce operational cost. The General Services Department has determined that it is more cost-effective to have a specialized elevator repair contractor to perform the work. Therefore, the General Services Department recommends that City Council de-appropriate/appropriate 159,860.80 for the project. PROJECT LOCATION: 6402 Market St., Houston, TX 77020
Tagged Interests: contractor, funding, health, ordinance, construction, council, facility, market, contract, services, program, ports, and boating

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The project will replace or refurbish elevator mechanical and electrical components and cab interior.

CIP FISCAL NOTE: No significant Fiscal Operating impact is anticipated as a result of this project. Capital Project Information: See attached Form A

for a breakdown of capital cost.
Tagged Interests: capital spending and Capital Spending