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REGULAR MEETING
CITY OF ROSWELL COUNCIL - AGENDA
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2019
Roswell Convention & Civic Center
Meeting Room A - 912 N. Main St.
Roswell, New Mexico 88201
 

Notice of this meeting has been given to the public in compliance with Sections 10-15-1 through 10-15-4 NMSA 1978 and Resolution No. 19-37. Except for emergency matters, the City Council shall take action only on the specific items listed on the Agenda.
 
NOVEMBER 14, 2019
MAYOR - Dennis J. Kintigh

 
6:00 p.m.
Ward 1
Juan Oropesa

Jacob R. Roebuck
Ward II
Steve Henderson
Caleb T. Grant
Ward III
Jeanine Best
Judy Stubbs
 
Ward IV
Savino Sanchez Jr.
George G. Peterson
 
Ward V
Barry Foster

Angela G. Moore

WELCOME! We are very glad you have joined us for the Roswell City Council meeting. If you wish to speak, please sign up at the podium prior to 6:00 p.m. In compliance with Resolution 19-37, all matters listed under Consent Items/Consent Agenda are considered routine by the City Council and will be approved by one motion. There will be no separate discussion on these items. If any member of the council desires to discuss the matter, that item will be removed from the consent agenda and will be considered separately. Any item approved as part of the consent agenda is not an agenda item for the purpose of public participation. The Council is pleased to hear relevant comments; however, a 3-minute limit is set in accordance with Resolution 17-65 (Governing Body Rules of Order). Large groups are asked to name a spokesperson. Robert's Rules of Order govern the conduct of the meeting. "THANK YOU" for participating in your City Government.
 
             
OPENING CEREMONIES
  • Call to Order by Presiding Officer
  • Roll Call & Determination of Quorum
  • Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag and Invocation
  • Agenda/Consent Items/Minutes from the Workshop on October 1, 2019, and the regular City Council meeting on October 9, 2019.
 
1.   Consider approval of the agenda for the November 14, 2019, regular City Council meeting. (Stubbs/Coll) Click to View
 
NON-ACTION ITEMS (Information Items)
 
2.   Presentation - A presentation of the Roswell City Council recognizing the achievement of Merideth Hildreth in obtaining a Certificate in Advanced Graduate Studies from Tufts University. Click to View
 
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON AGENDA ITEMS
 
In order to speak you must sign up prior to the Council Meeting.
 
CONSENT ITEMS - AS PER RESOLUTION 19-38
 
Bids and RFP's
 
3.   ITB-20-001  - Consider award of North Garden Bridge Reconstruction project to Abraham’s Construction Inc. in the amount of $911,137.47.  This amount includes gross receipts tax. Click to View
 
4.   ITB-20-002 2020 - Consider award of ITB-20-002 2020 Annual Maintenance Contract to Abraham’s Construction Inc. in the amount of $10,634.00.  This amount does not include gross receipts tax. Click to View
 
5.   ITB-20-003 - Consider award of ITB-20-003 Annual Contract For Ready Mix Concrete to Chance Materials of Roswell, NM. Click to View
 
6.   Consider award of S. Main Paving to Brasier Asphalt Inc. utilizing State Price Agreement 90-805-19-16754 in the amount of $1,101,176.24, which includes gross receipts tax. Click to View
 
7.   Consider award of a new Vactor Truck from Pete’s Equipment Repair Inc. of Albuquerque, NM, for a purchase amount of $443,237.19.  The purchase will be utilizing existing CES Contract Number 16-019B-C103-All. Click to View
 
8.   RFP 20-002 - Consider approving the recommendation for RFP 20-002 to 3 Advertising and allow the city manager to enter into contract negotiations with the said vendor for the Advertising Agency & Marketing Services for the City of Roswell in RFP 20-002. Click to View
 
9.   Consider approval of Lease Agreement with Wells Fargo and Equipment Maintenance Agreement with PTS Office Systems, Inc. Click to View
 
RIAC Leases
 
10.   Consider approval to authorize MISTIC, Inc., a New Mexico Corporation, to renew their current lease agreement on Buildings No. 1166, 1231, and approximately 280 acres of land plus or minus. Click to View
 
11.  
Consider approval to authorize SITA SCRL, a Belgian Co-operative, to exercise its second of four (4) options to renew their current lease agreement for an additional one (1) year period on a climate controlled office space in building No. 1, the terminal.  
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12.   Consider approval to authorize Stericycle, Inc., a Delaware Corporation, to exercise its option to extend their current lease agreement for an additional five (5) year period on Building No. 247 and fenced area around the building.   Click to View
 
13.   Consider approval to authorize Greg Krantz, an individual, to renew his current lease agreement on “T” Hangar No. 120, Space 6.   Click to View
 
14.   Consider approval to authorize David Stevens and Kurt J. Richardson, as individuals, to renew their current lease agreement on a portion of Building No. 91, Space C. Click to View
 
15.   Consider approval to authorize Carlton Walker, an individual, to renew his current lease agreement on “T” Hangar No. 119, Space 1. Click to View
 
16.   Consider approval to authorize Tom Wadsworth, an individual, to renew his current lease agreement on “T” Hangar No. 119, Spaces 2, 3, and 4. Click to View
 
17.   Consider approval to authorize Kent Goodman, an individual, to renew his current lease agreement on a portion of Building No. 1164. Click to View
 
18.   Consider approval to authorize GenAir, NM, LLC, a New Mexico Corporation, to renew their current lease agreement on Building No. 732 and adjacent land at ROW. Click to View
 
19.   Consider approval to authorize Alien City Dragway, LLC, a New Mexico Corporation, to amend their current lease agreement on an area of land. Tenant wishes to exercise the third of four one (1) year options for lease property at ROW. Click to View
 
Resolution(s)
 
20.   Resolution 19-91 - Consider approval of Agreement with the SE New Mexico Economic Development District/COG for FY 2019-20. Click to View
 
21.   Resolution 19-93 - Weeds - The Resolution shall mandate the cleanup of approximately eighteen (18) separate properties within the City. Click to View
 
22.   Resolution 19-95 - Consider approval to enter into agreement with the NMDOT for Country Club/N. Main traffic signal replacement project utilizing $712,500.00 of a 2019 Legislative Grant administered by NMDOT. Click to View
 
23.   Resolution 19-96 - Consider approval of Resolution 19-96 to amend fiscal year ending June 30, 2020 approved budget.  Click to View
 
Minutes
 
24.   Consider approval of the minutes from the City Council workshop on October 1, 2019, and the regular City Council meeting on October 10, 2019. Click to View
 
NEW BUSINESS / REGULAR ITEMS
 
Resolution(s)
 
25.   Resolution 19-92 - Consider approval of Resolution 19-92 to support NMED Clean Water Revolving Loan to fund WWTP Dewatering Facility in the amount of $5,500,000 for design and construction. (Oropesa/Najar/Porter) Click to View
 
Request(s)
 
26.   Proposed Ordinance 19-09 - Consider approval to advertise for a public hearing and vote on Proposed Ordinance 19-09 to support NMED Clean Water Revolving Loan to fund WWTP Dewatering Facility in the amount of $5,500,000 for design and construction. (Oropesa/Najar/Porter) Click to View
 
27.   Proposed Ordinance 19-08 – Tiny Homes – Consider authorizing advertisement for a public hearing of Proposed Ordinance 19-08 relating to modifying Articles 4 and 20, and adding a new Article 21 addressing tiny homes. (Stubbs/Morris). Click to View
 
28.   Proposed Ordinance 19-10 - Consider approval to advertise for a public hearing and vote on Proposed Ordinance 19-10 amending Section 2-17 of the Roswell City Code relating to establishment of ward boundaries. (Stubbs/Holloman) Click to View
 
29.   Proposed Ordinance 19-11 - Consider approval to advertise and vote for Proposed Ordinance 19-11: An Ordinance Amending Section 22-15 of the Roswell City Code Relating to Construction, Repair and Maintenance of Sidewalks.(Stubbs/Holloman) Click to View
 
CITY MANAGER REPORTS/ANNOUNCEMENTS
(Information Only)
 
DEPARTMENT REPORTS
 
30.   DEPARTMENT REPORTS - FOR INFORMATION ONLY - Lodgers Tax Sept 2019, Convention Center Sept 2019, GRT Actual vs Budget Oct 2019, HR, PD, Code Enforcement, RAC, Parks and Rec, Pecos Trails. Click to View
 
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS
 
In order to speak you must sign up prior to the Council Meeting.
 
Adjournment
 
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