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Roswell Museum and Art Center
Bassett Auditorium - 100 W. 11th Street
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. 17-49. Except for emergency matters, the City Council shall take action only on the specific items listed on the Agenda.
JUNE 14, 2018
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 17-49. 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 regular City Council meeting on May 10, 2018, the workshop on May 7, 2018, and the Special City Council meeting on May 24, 2018.
1.   Approval of agenda - Consider approval of the agenda of the June 14, 2018 City Council meeting. (Oropesa)
NON-ACTION ITEMS (Information Items)
2.   Presentation - A presentation to the Roswell City Council concerning recent activities of the Hispano Chamber of Commerce.
3.   Presentation - Condemnation process. (Mike Mathews)
4.   Presentation - Cooperative Educational Services Award - (Juanita Jennings)
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5.   Public hearing – Hold a public hearing and vote on a governmental liquor license with on premises consumption only and patio service for the Nancy Lopez Golf Course at Spring River located at 1612 W. 8th Street Roswell, NM 88201. (Oropesa/Holloman)
Bids and RFP's
6.   ITB-18-003 (Rebid) WWTP Safety Project - Consider award of Bid ITB-18-003 (Rebid) to Rhoads Co. of Roswell, NM in the total amount of $852,732.58. This project is for WWTP Safety Enhancements around the plant.
7.   ITB-18-005 Sewer Manhole Rehab 2018 - Consider award of Bid ITB-18-005 to Corrosion Resistant Coatings of Elephant Butte, NM in the total amount of $223,619.50. This project is for the annual sewer manhole rehabilitation project. For FY 2018, 54 manholes are proposed to be rehabilitated. This rebid monetary amount is within the allotted budget limits for this project.
8.   City Hall bathrooms and sewer line remodel - Consider award of City Hall Basement Restroom and Sewer Line Remodel to CES / Rhoads Co. of Roswell in the total amount of $75,106.53 (GRT Included). This is phase I of the restroom and sewer line remodel for City Hall. Procurement will utilize CES contract 18-021B-R203-ALL.
RIAC Leases
9.   Consider approval to authorize Veterinarians Outlet of NM, Inc., a New Mexico Corporation, to renew their current lease agreement on a portion of Building No. 112A.
10.   Consider approval to authorize Walker Aviation Museum Foundation, renew their current lease agreement on an office area in Building No. 1 located inside the front entrance to the Terminal.
11.   Consider approval to authorize David L. Partain, an individual, to renew his current lease agreement on “T” Hangar, No. 120, Space 1.
12.   Resolution 18-29 - Weeds - The Resolution shall mandate the cleanup of approximately eighteen (18) separate properties within the City.
13.   Resolution 18-30 - Condemnations - The Resolution shall require the removal or demolition of eleven (11) dilapidated structures.
14.   Consider approval of the minutes from the regular City Council meeting on May 10, 2018, the workshop on May 7, 2018, and the Special City Council meeting on May 24, 2018.
15.   Resolution 18-27 - Consider approving Resolution 18-27, authorizing and establishing the Airport Advisory Commission, an advisory commission on the RIAC. (Stubbs/Holloman)
16.   Resolution 18-31 - Consider approval of Resolution 18-31 supporting modifications to Hobson Road from Earl Cummings Loop to the east side of the intersection of US 285. (Oropesa/Morris)
17.   Resolution 18-32 - Consider approval of Resolution 18-32, authorizing the Mayor to accept funding assistance from the Federal Aviation Administration on behalf of the City of Roswell. (Stubbs/Stark)
18.   Resolution 18-33 - Consider approval of Resolution 18-33, authorizing the City Manager to apply for, accept and execute Grant Agreements for funding assistance from the State of New Mexico Aviation Division on behalf of the City of Roswell for project development at the Roswell International Air Center. (Stubbs/Stark)
19.   Resolution 18-34 - Consider approval of Resolution 18-34 authorizing submittal of the 2020-24 Infrastructure Capital Improvements Plan (ICIP). (Oropesa/Morris)
20.   Consider approval of Mayor Kintigh's recommendations for members on the Cemetery Board as follows: (Oropesa/Coll)
  • Jack Ferguson, 2nd term - this term is from 4/1/2018 - 3/31/2022
  • Gabriel Casaus, 1st full term - this term is from 4/1/2018 - 3/31/2022
  • Jeremy Hurley, 1st full term - this term is from 4/1/2018 - 3/31/2022
  • Jim Bloodhart, 1st full term - this term is from 4/1/2018 - 3/31/2022
21.   Consider approval of Mayor Kintigh's recommendations for members of Commission on Aging as follows: (Oropesa/Coll)
  • Monica Duran, 1st full term, this term is from 4/1/2018 to 3/31/2022
  • Robert McCrea, 2nd full term, this term is from 4/1/2018 to 3/31/2022
22.   Consider approval of Mayor Kintigh's recommendations for members on the Roswell Public Library Board as follows: (Oropesa/Coll)
  • Patti Bristol, 2nd term - this term is from 4/1/2018 - 3/31/2022
  • Randy "Lewie" Montgomery, 2nd term - this term is from 4/1/2018 to 3/31/2022
  • Betty Hanson, 1st term - this term is from 4/1/2018 to 3/31/2022
  • Melissa Loucks, completing partial term of Magil Duran term from 4/1/2015 to 3/31/2019)
23.   RFP 18-004 (Reissuance) SW Roswell Sale - Consider recommended termination for RFP-18-004 Reissuance for City Property Sale SW Roswell.  Also to consider direction of possible sale alternatives. (Oropesa/Najar)
24.   RFP-18-008 - Consider recommendation approval of Award Recommendation for RFP-18-008 Fleet Management and Maintenance Service and authorization for City Manager to enter into contract negotiations with First Vehicle Services. (Stubbs/Holloman)
25.   Proposed Ordinance 18-04 - Consider recommending authorizing advertisement for a public hearing of proposed Ordinance 18-04 amending Sec. 2-96 of the Roswell City Code pertaining to definitions and applicability of ordinance governing boards and commissions. (Stubbs/Holloman)
26.   Reject Award of RFP 18-014 - Consider adopting Evaluation Committee’s determination to reject proposals and to terminate RFP-18-014 Fire Apparatus Preventive Maintenance and Repair Services. (Stubbs/Holloman)
27.   Reissue RFP 18-014 - Consider approving the revised RFP-18-014 (2nd Posting) Fire Preventive Maintenance & Repair Services for reissuance including the amended scope of services. (Stubbs/Holloman)
Closed Session
28.   CLOSED SESSION – Consider a closed session, pursuant to NMSA 1978 § 10-15-1H(2), to discuss limited personnel matters relating to the evaluation of the City Manager and pursuant to NMSA 1978, § 10-15-1(H)(5), to discuss bargaining strategy for collective bargaining negotiations with the Utility Workers Union of America and the Roswell Police Officers Association. (Oropesa/Holloman)

Consider approval of the successor agreement of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (the “CBA”) as amended between the City and Utility Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO, Local 51 (the “Union”) for fiscal years 2019 through 2021. (Oropesa/Holloman)
30.   DEPARTMENT REPORTS - GRT Actual vs Budget May 2018 FY2018, Lodgers' Tax-May 2018, Convention Center-May 2018, Pecos Trails, Police Department, Code Enforcement, HR, Visitors Center page 1, Visitors Center page 2, Parks and Rec.
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(Information Only)
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