Roswell Museum and Art Center
Bassett Auditorium - 1011 N. Richardson Ave.
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. 18-55. Except for emergency matters, the City Council shall take action only on the specific items listed on the Agenda.
FEBRUARY 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. 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 two members of the council desire 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 18-55. 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.

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 January 10, 2019,regular City Council meeting.
2.   Approval of the agenda - Consider approval of the agenda for the February 14, 2019, regular City Council meeting. (Oropesa) Click to View
NON-ACTION ITEMS (Information Items)
3.   Presentation - Animal Services Update Click to View
4.   Presentation - Traffic Signage - Louis Najar Click to View
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5.   Proposed Ordinance 19-01 - Hold a public hearing and vote on Proposed Ordinance 19-01 which provides for change of time for future City Council meetings. (Oropesa/Holloman) Click to View
Bids and RFP's
6.   RFP-19-001 - Consider recommendation to award RFP-19-001 Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Professional Services to Bohannan Huston, Inc.  Click to View
RIAC Leases
7.   Consider approval to authorize PAC Blue Aerospace, an Alaska Corporation, a new lease agreement on Building No. 755. Click to View
8.   Consider approval to authorize Clean Up Enterprises, Inc, a New Mexico Sole Proprietor, to renew their current lease agreement on Building No. 67. Click to View
9.   Consider approval to authorize NuMex Plastics, Inc., a New Mexico Corporation, to renew their current lease agreement on a portion of Building No. 112B. Click to View
10.   Consider approval to authorize Eastern New Mexico University – Roswell, to renew their current lease agreement on use of an area of land at the Old Airport.  Click to View
11.   Consider approval to authorize Kerry Hunter, an individual, to renew his current lease agreement on Building No. 117. Click to View
12.   Consider approval to authorize Don and Angel Mayes, and Richard Glenn, as individuals, to renew their current lease agreement on “T” Hangar Building No. 120, Space 2. Click to View
13.   Resolution 19-06 - Weeds - The Resolution shall mandate the cleanup of approximately nine (9) separate properties within the City. Click to View
14.   Resolution 19-07 - Condemnations - The Resolution shall require the removal or demolition of twenty (20) dilapidated structures. Click to View
15.   Consider approval of the minutes from the regular City Council meeting of January 10, 2019. Click to View
16.   Resolution 19-08 - Consider approval of Resolution 19-08 for a transfer of a surplus cab and chassis from the City of Roswell to Otero County. (Best/Graham) Click to View
17.   Resolution 19-09 - Consider approval of Resolution 19-09 authorizing the Certification of Correctness of the Physical Inventory of Assets for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2018. (Grant/Garcia) Click to View
18.   Resolution 19-10 Discuss and consider approval for an increase in the Weekend and Overtime Burial Fee at South Park Cemetery.(Sanchez/Gilbert) Click to View
19.   Resolution 19-11 - Consider approval of Resolution 19-11 supporting the City of Roswell’s application for federal funding for a roadway project which is N. Atkinson Ave. from 2nd St. north to Cherry St. (Best/Porter) Click to View
20.   Resolution 19-12 - Consider approval of Resolution 19-12 terminating previously adopted Agreement A-91-9. (Stubbs/Morris) Click to View
21.   Resolution 19-13 – Consider approval of Resolution 19-13 authorizing the execution and delivery of a Master Lease. (Grant/Graham) Click to View
22.   Resolution 19-14 - Consider approval of Resolution 19-14 instructing staff  to continue working with EDC and provide the funding to reimburse the facility upgrade services provided by EDC.  EDC will be upgrading Building 60, located within RIAC, to meet the current codes and needs of a manufacturing company to be located within. (Oropesa/Garcia/Dillon) Click to View
23.   Discuss and consider approval of Resolution 19-15 to formally establish the City’s health insurance premium coverage level. (Grant/Gilbert) Click to View
24.   Proposed Ordinance 18-11 Nuisance Properties - Consider approval to advertise for a public hearing and vote on Proposed Ordinance 18-11 modifying Chapter 16 (Nuisances), adding a new Article 4 (Nuisances Properties), and providing for severability and an effective date. (Stubbs/Morris/Holloman) Click to View
25.   Proposed Ordinance 19-02 - Consider approval to advertise for a Public Hearing and vote on Proposed Ordinance 19-02 adopting new text amendments to the City of Roswell Zoning Code, and providing for severability and an effective date.(Stubbs/Morris) Click to View
26.   Discuss and consider approval of the Boys & Girls Club of Sierra Blanca Scope of Services Agreement. (Stubbs/Gilbert) Click to View
27.   Wells Railroad Crossing Walk - Consider approval the award of proposed Wells St. railroad crossing work to Constructors Inc. of Carlsbad, NM in the amount of $132,549.30 which includes Bond and Tax. Bond cost @1.5% and NMGRT tax rate of 7.8333%.  Work will utilize existing CES contract issued to Constructors Inc. (Oropesa/Stark) Click to View
28.   Consider approval of First Amendment to Project Services Agreement with the Roswell Chaves County Economic Development Corporation. (Grant/Holloman) Click to View
Closed Session
Hold a closed session - Pursuant to NMSA 1978, § 10-15-1(H)(5), to discuss bargaining strategy to collective bargaining negotiations between the City Council and a bargaining unit representing the employees the City. (Oropesa) 
Hold a closed session - Pursuant to NMSA 1978, § 10-15-1(H)(7), to discuss matters of attorney-client privilege pertaining to threatened or pending litigation in which the public body is or may become a participant relating to code enforcement actions of property located on west McGaffey St. (Oropesa) 
Hold a closed session - Pursuant to NMSA 1978, § 10-15-1(H)(8) to discuss the purchase, acquisition, and disposal of real property located at the RIAC. (Oropesa)
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30.   Consider approval of the initial Collective Bargaining Agreement (the “CBA”) as negotiated between the City and International Association of Fire Fighters, Local 1249 (the “Union”) for the term of February 14, 2019 through February 14, 2022.  (Oropesa/Holloman) Click to View
31.   DEPARTMENT REPORTS - FOR INFORMATION ONLY - GRT Actual vs Budget Jan 2019, HR, RCCC, Lodgers Tax 2019, PD, Pecos Trails, Code Enforcement, Parks and Rec, Visitors Center. Click to View
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(Information Only)
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