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REGULAR MEETING
CITY OF ROSWELL COUNCIL - AGENDA
THURSDAY, June 13, 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 19-37. Except for emergency matters, the City Council shall take action only on the specific items listed on the Agenda.
 
JUNE 13, 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 May 9, 2019, regular City Council meeting, and the May 23, 2019, Special City Council meeting.
 
1.   Approval of the agenda - Consider approval of the agenda for the June 13, 2019, regular City Council meeting. (Stubbs)
 
2.   MAYOR KINTIGH'S ANNOUNCEMENTS / REPORTS
 
NON-ACTION ITEMS (Information Items)
 
3.   Presentation - Recognition Gateway baseball team, GHS and RHS track teams (Jennings) 
  • Gateway - Rick Rapp
  • RHS - Tim Fuller
  • GHS - Chris Deck
 
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON AGENDA ITEMS
 
In order to speak you must sign up prior to the Council Meeting.
 
PUBLIC HEARING(S)
 
4.   Proposed Ordinance 18-11 Nuisance Properties - Hold a public hearing and vote on Proposed Ordinance 18-11 relating to nuisance properties. (Stubbs/Holloman)
 
CONSENT ITEMS
 
As per Resolution 19-38
 
5.   Award ITB-19-011 - Consider recommendation to award bid of ITB-19-011, S. Sycamore Pavement Rehab Project to Constructors Inc. in the amount of $173,803.56 which includes GRT.
 
6.   RFP 19-003-Consider recommendation to award RFP #19-003 Update City of Roswell/Chaves County Hazard Mitigation Plan to AECOM Technical Services, Inc.
 
7.   RFP 19-004 Award Recommendation - Consider approval of award recommendation for RFP 19-004 Air Service
Development Consulting Services to Mead & Hunt.
 
8.   RFP 19-005 Scope of Services Spring River Zoo Seasonal Events - Consider recommending approval of the scope of services for RFP 19-005 Spring River Zoo Seasonal Events.
 
9.   Consider approval of the Animal Care Services and Lease Agreement with the Roswell Humane Society. 
 
10.   Consider approval of the amendment of Processional Services Agreement with Tank Industry Consultants (TIC) for the construction phase services associated with RFP-17-003 Project Development Services for the City of Roswell RIAC Water Reservoirs.  Amended monetary amount to be a maximum of $568,096.00 plus associated gross receipts tax at time of progress payments.
 
11.   Consider approval of a new lease agreement for equipment with PTS Office Systems, Inc. of Roswell, NM. (Grant/Garcia)
 
RIAC Leases
 
12.   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. 
 
13.   Consider approval to authorize Walker Aviation Museum Foundation, to renew their current lease agreement on an office area in Building No. 1, located inside the front entrance to the Terminal.
 
14.   Consider approval to authorize David L. Partain, an individual, to renew his current lease agreement on “T” Hangar, No. 120, Space 1.
 
15.   Consider approval to authorize Daniels Welding Service, LLC, a New Mexico Limited Liability Corporation, a new lease agreement on Building No. 81 and fenced area around the building.
 
Resolution(s)
 
16.   Resolution 19-42 Weeds - The Resolution shall mandate the cleanup of approximately forty-two (42) separate properties within the City.
 
17.   Resolution 19-43 Condemnations - The Resolution shall require the removal or demolition of five (5) dilapidated structures.
 
18.   Resolution 19-46 - Consider recommendation to proceed with Resolution 19-46 and large diameter water valve project utilizing $750,000.00 of a 2019 Legislative Grant.
 
19.   Resolution 19-49 - Consider Resolution 19-49 to support applications to the NMDOT’s Call For Projects.
 
20.   Resolution 19-52 - Consider recommending approval of Resolution 19-52, 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.
 
21.   Resolution 19-53 - Consider recommending approval of Resolution 19-53, authorizing the Mayor to accept funding assistance from the Federal Aviation Administration on behalf of the City of Roswell.
 
Minutes
 
22.   Consider approval of the minutes from the regular City Council meeting of May 09, 2019, and from the Special City Council meeting of May 23, 2019.
 
NEW BUSINESS / REGULAR ITEMS
 
Resolution(s)
 
23.   Resolution 19-47 - Consider recommendation to proceed with Resolution 19-47 and Deming St. Bridge replacement project utilizing $800,000.00 of a 2019 Legislative Grant and $200,000.00 of City funds for a total project fund of $1,000,000.00. (Oropesa/Najar)
 
24.   Resolution 19-48 - Consider recommendation to proceed with Resolution 19-48 and S. Main road improvements project utilizing $783,250.00 of a 2019 Legislative Grant and $151,750.00 of City funds for a total project fund of $935,000.00. (Oropesa/Najar)
 
25.   Resolution 19-50 – Consider approval of Resolution 19-50 consolidating precincts pursuant to 1-3-4 NMSA 1978 and designating polling locations for the 2020 Municipal Officer's Election. (Stubbs/Coll)
 
26.   Resolution 19-51 - Consider approval of a Resolution Planning Development Recreation and Athletic Facility. (Sanchez/Fuentes)
 
27.   Resolution 19-54 - Consider recommending approval to the City Council of Resolution 19-54 declaring the City’s intent to issue Industrial Revenue Bonds for the renewal of the Leprino Foods Company Facility. (Grant/Garcia)
 
28.   Resolution 19-55 - Sceye LEDA Resolution - Consider approval of Resolution 19-55 approving LEDA Loan Project to benefit local economic development and retention for Sceye, Inc. (Stubbs/Holloman)
 
Request(s)
 
29.   Consider recommendation to proceed with McBride Veterans Cemetery project utilizing $516,000.00 of a 2019 Legislative Grant to plan, design, construct, purchase, renovate and improve the McBride cemetery. (Oropesa/Najar)
 
30.   Consider proceeding with Carpenter Park project utilizing $450,000.00 of a 2019 Legislative Grant to plan, design, construct, purchase, furnish, equip and install improvements to Carpenter Park, including a splash pad aquatic feature and related equipment, sidewalk improvements, benches and safety equipment.  (Oropesa/Najar)
 
CLOSED SESSION
 
31.   Hold a Closed Session pursuant to NMSA 1978 § 10-15-1(H)(5) to discuss bargaining strategy on collective bargaining negotiations between the City and the Utility Worker’s Union. (Stubbs/Holloman)
 
32.   Consider approving 2019 Agreement between the City and the Utility Workers Union. (Stubbs/Holloman)
 
CITY MANAGER REPORTS/ANNOUNCEMENTS
(Information Only)
 
DEPARTMENT REPORTS
 
33.   Department reports - For information only: GRT Actual vs Budget May 2019, CE, HR, Parks and Rec 1, 2, and 3, RPD, GM RCCC, Pecos Trails, Convention Center May 2019, and Lodgers Tax May 2019.
 
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS
 
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Adjournment
 
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