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City Council
Regular Meeting Agenda
City Hall
Council Chambers
141 W. Renfro
Burleson, TX 76028

                                                         

Monday, July 6, 2020 Live Stream at
https://www.burlesontx.com/880/Streaming-Video
Council Chambers

 
             
City Facilities closed to the public in response to a health emergency, specifically Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). This meeting is available via live stream, https://www.burlesontx.com/880/Streaming-Video. 

5:00 P.M. REGULAR SESSION
 
1.   Call to Order
 
A.   Meeting Speaker Protocol in response to COVID-19: 
A member of the public who would like to submit a question on any item listed on this agenda may do so via the following options: 
  • Online: An online speaker card may be found on the city's website (www.burlesontx.com) at either the home page or the agenda/notices page. Speaker cards received will be read during the meeting in the order received by the Mayor or City Secretary.
  • By phone: Please call 888-475-4499 Meeting ID 6114974473, and provide your name, address, and question. Your question will be read by the Mayor or City Secretary during the meeting in the order they are received.
 
2.   PROCLAMATIONS, PRESENTATIONS, & COMMUNITY INFORMATION
 
A.   Community Interest Items
This is a standing item on the agenda of every regular meeting of the City Council. (The Texas Open Meetings Act effective September 1, 2009, provides that "a quorum of the city council may receive from municipal staff, and a member of the governing body may make, a report regarding items of community interest during a council meeting without having given notice of the subject of the report, provided no action is taken or discussed." The Open Meetings Act does not allow Council to discuss an item concerning pending City Council business unless it is specifically, appropriately posted on the agenda). An "item of community interest" includes the following:
  • expressions of thanks, congratulations, or condolence;
  • information regarding holiday schedules;
  • honorary recognitions of city officials, employees, or other citizens;
  • reminders about upcoming events sponsored by the city or other entity that is scheduled to be attended by city official or city employee; and
  • announcements involving imminent public health and safety threats to the city.
 
B.   Changes to the City Council Agenda
At times the agenda order may be changed to better serve the public. This includes request for items to be withdrawn or moved to another meeting.
 
3.   REPORTS AND PRESENTATIONS
 
A.   Receive a report, hold a discussion, and give staff direction on the financial update of the General Fund and receive any additional direction from City Council regarding the annual budget for fiscal year 2020-2021. (Staff Presenter: Martin Avila, Finance Director) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo GF
GF Update Presentation
 
B.   Receive a report, hold a discussion, and give staff direction regarding an update on compensation and benefits. (Staff Presenter: Wanda Bullard, Human Resources Director) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Presentation
 
C.   Receive a report, hold a discussion and give staff feedback regarding the public participation plan for the update to the City's Comprehensive Plan:  Imagine Burleson 2030.  (Staff Presenter:  Mandy Clark, Development Services Director) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Staff Presentation
 
D.   Receive a report, hold a discussion, and give staff direction regarding the Burleson branding initiative. (Staff Presenter: DeAnna Phillips, Marketing and Communications Director)  Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Staff Presentation
 
4.  
RECESS INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION
Pursuant to Section 551.071, Texas Government Code, the Council reserves the right to convene in Executive Session(s), from time to time as deemed necessary during this meeting for any posted agenda item, to receive advice from its attorney as permitted by law.
  1. Pending or Contemplated Litigation or to Seek the Advice of the City Attorney Pursuant to Section 551.071
  2. Discussion Regarding Possible Purchase, Exchange, Lease, or Value of Real Property Pursuant to Section 551.072
  3. Deliberation regarding a negotiated contract for a prospective gift or donation to the state or the governmental body Pursuant to Section 551.073
  4. Personnel Matters Pursuant to Section 551.074
  5. Deliberation regarding (1) the deployment, or specific occasions for implementation of security personnel or devices; or (2) a security audit Pursuant to Sec. 551.076
  6. Deliberation Regarding Commercial or Financial Information Received from or the Offer of a Financial or Other Incentive made to a Business Prospect Seeking to Locate, Stay or Expand in or Near the Territory of the City and with which the City is conducting Economic Development Negotiations Pursuant to Section 551.087
    • The 380 and Development Agreement for Public and Private Improvements in Reinvestment Zone Number Two dated November 14, 2016, between the City of Burleson and Realty Capital Management, LLC  
  7. Pursuant to Sec. 418.0183(f), deliberation of information related to managing emergencies and disasters including those caused by terroristic acts (must be tape recorded)
 
5.   CITIZEN APPEARANCES
Other than public hearings, citizens in attendance who desire to speak to City Council may speak during this section. 

Speakers in attendance: Each person will be allowed three (3) minutes to speak and will not be interrupted by City Council or staff.  If you would like to speak, please fill out a speaker card and give the completed card to the City Secretary prior to addressing City Council.

Speakers not in attendance: Each person must fill out an online speaker card, each card will be read by the Mayor or City Secretary.  Online speaker cards can be found on the city’s website, www.burlesontx.com on the agenda/notices page.

Please note that City Council may only take action on items posted on the agenda.  The Texas Open Meetings Act prohibits the City Council from deliberating or taking action on an item not listed on the agenda.  City Council may, however, receive your comments on the unlisted item, ask clarifying questions, respond with facts, and explain policy.
 
6.   CONSENT AGENDA
All items listed below are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be enacted with one motion. There will be no separate discussion of the items unless a Councilmember or citizen so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the consent agenda and considered in its normal sequence. Approval of the consent agenda authorizes the City Manager to implement each item in accordance with staff recommendations.
 
A.   Consider approval of minutes for the June 15, 2020 city council regular meeting and June 30, 2020 special meeting. (Staff Contact: Amanda Campos, City Secretary) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
minutes 06.15.20
minutes 06.30.20
 
B.   Consider approval of an ordinance amending Chapter 30 of the Code of Ordinances by repealing Article II "Emergency Medical Services" and enacting a new Article II "Emergency Medical Services"; and providing a cumulative clause, severability clause, savings clause, penalty clause, publication clause, and effective date.  (Final Reading) (Staff Contact: K.T. Freeman, Fire Chief) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Proposed Ordinance
 
C.   Consider approval of a restated and amended interlocal cooperative agreement for ambulance services by the Metropolitan Area Emergency Medical Services Authority (MedStar).  (Staff Contact: K.T. Freeman, Fire Chief) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Interlocal Agreement
Summary of Changes to Interlocal
Cover Letter from Fort Worth
 
D.   Consider approval of a minute order for a Final plat of Trailside at Reed Parke, including 73 residential lots and 9 non-residential lots located near the intersection of Arnold Avenue and SW Wilshire Boulevard (Case 20-028). (Staff Contact: Mandy Clark, Development Services Director) (The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval by unanimous vote.) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Location Map
Final Plat
 
E.   Consider approval of a professional service contract with Pattillo, Brown & Hill, LLP for the City's external audit services in the amount not to exceed $68,000.  (Staff Contact: Martin Avila, Director of Finance) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Contract
Renewal Letter
Form 1295
 
F.   Consider approval of a permanent utility easement to the City of Burleson associated with the Trailside at Reed Parke single-family residential development located on Arnold Ave. east of the intersection of Elk Dr. and SW Wilshire Blvd.  (Staff Contact: Aaron Russell, Public Works Director) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Presentation
Easement Document
 
G.   Consider approval of a permanent drainage easement to the City of Burleson associated with the Trailside at Reed Parke single-family residential development located on Arnold Ave. east of the intersection of Elk Dr. and SW Wilshire Blvd.  (Staff Contact: Aaron Russell, Public Works Director) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Presentation
Easement Document
 
H.   Consider approval of a permanent sanitary sewer easement to the City of Burleson associated with the Trailside at Reed Parke single-family residential development located on Arnold Ave. east of the intersection of Elk Dr. and SW Wilshire Blvd.  (Staff Contact: Aaron Russell, Public Works Director) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Presentation
Easement Document
 
I.   Consider approval of a change order to the Mayor Vera Calvin Plaza project design contract with TBG Partners for additional site visits and construction administration in the amount of $12,000.00.  (Staff Contact: Drew Pennywell, Economic Development Specialist Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
TBG Add Svcs #5
Exhibit A
1295
 
J.   Consideration approval of a facility use agreement with Burleson Farmer's Market for use of the Mayor Vera Calvin Plaza in Old Town. (Staff Contact: Joni Van Noy, Old Town Administrator) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Draft Agreement
 
K.   Consider approval of a resolution directing the city manager to prepare a calendar for the orderly adoption of the property tax rate and annual operating budget for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 assuming a property tax rate that does not exceed the voter-approval rate.  (Staff Contact: Matt Ribitzki, Deputy City Attorney)   Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Resolution
 
L.   Consider approval of a contract with Johnson County for election services for the 2020 General Election in amount not to exceed $40,000.  (Staff Contact: Amanda Campos, City Secretary) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
contract
Quote
June 15 powerpoint
 
M.   Consider approval of a minute order for the purchase of replacement vehicles from Austin Turf and Tractor of Marble Falls, TX in the amount of $49,000. (Staff Contact: Aaron Russell P.E, Public Works Director) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Presentation
Buy Board Contract
Buy Board Interlocal Agreeement
Quote
Form 1295
 
N.   Consider approval of a minute order ratifying the 4A Economic Development Corporation Board’s actions taken on the 2nd amendment of the Performance Agreement and the Land Sales Contract with Yukon Ventures, LLC at their July 6, 2020 meeting.  (Staff Contact: Alex Philips, Economic Development Manager) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Staff Presentation
Amendment
 
O.   Consider approval of a resolution adopting the general government capital improvement projects for fiscal year 2020-2021. (Staff Contact: Aaron Russell, Public Works Director) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Presentation
Resolution
 
P.   Consider approval of a resolution adopting the water fund capital improvement projects for fiscal year 2020-2021. (Staff Contact: Aaron Russell, Public Works Director) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Presentation
Resolution
 
7.   DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS
 
A.   3300 S. Burleson Boulevard located near the intersection of FM 917 and S. Burleson Boulevard (Case 20-008): Hold a public hearing and consider approval of an ordinance amending ordinance B-582, the zoning ordinance of the City of Burleson, Texas by amending the official zoning map and changing the zoning on approximately 9.512 acres of land out of the Stephen Kensey Survey, Abstract No. 475 Johnson County, Texas located at 3300 S. Burleson Boulevard, making this ordinance cumulative of prior ordinances; providing a severability clause; providing a penalty clause; and providing for an effective date. (First and Final Reading) (Staff Presenter: Mandy Clark, Development Services Director) (The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval by unanimous vote.) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Staff Presentation
Draft Ordinance
 
B.   Reed Parke Planned Development located southeast of the intersection of SW Wilshire Boulevard and John Jones Drive (Case 20-038): Hold a public hearing and consider approval of an ordinance amending ordinance B-582, the zoning ordinance of the City of Burleson, Texas by amending the official zoning map and changing the zoning on approximately 55 acres of land in Reed Parke located southeast of the intersection of SW Wilshire Boulevard and John Jones Drive in the City of Burleson, Johnson County, Texas, PD, Planned Development Zoning District, making this ordinance cumulative of prior ordinances; providing a severability clause; providing a penalty clause; and providing for an effective date. (First and Final Reading) (Staff Presenter: Mandy Clark, Development Services Director) (The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval by a unanimous vote.) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Staff Presentation
Draft Ordinance
 
C.   Reed Parke Multi-Family Development Site Plan located southeast of the intersection of SW Wilshire Boulevard and John Jones Drive (Case 20-010): Consider approval of a minute order for a site plan for a multi-family development for a property located southeast of the intersection of SW Wilshire Boulevard and SE John Jones Drive.  (Staff Presenter: Mandy Clark, Development Services Director) (The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval by a vote of 5 to 1.) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Staff Presentation
Site Plan Package
 
D.   1681 SW Wilshire Boulevard, Firestone (Case 20-046):  Consider approval of a minute order for a sign variance for setbacks to Chapter 63, Sign Regulations. (Staff Presenter:  Jennifer Pruitt, Development Services Assistant Director) (No Planning and Zoning Commission action required for this item.) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Staff Presentation
Sign Plan
 
8.   GENERAL
 
A.   Consider approval of a resolution for Guidelines and Criteria for City Participation or Incentives for Master Planned Communities. (Staff Presenter:  Mandy Clark, Development Services Director) (The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval by a unanimous vote.)  Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Staff Presentation
Resolution
Guidelines and Criteria for City Participation or Incentives for Master Planned Communities
 
B.   Receive a report on the City's response to the 2019 Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and consider approval, continuation, and/or renewal of a declaration of local disaster and public health emergency regarding COVID-19.  (Staff Presenter: K. T. Freeman, Fire Chief) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Current Declaration
CARES Act Grants
COVID-19 Update
 
C.   Consider approval of a minute order for the purchase of replacement vehicles from Caldwell Country Chevrolet of Caldwell Texas in the amount of $105,818. (Staff Presenter: Aaron Russell P.E, Public Works Director) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Presentation
Buy Board Contract
Buy Board Interlocal Agreement
Quote
Form 1295
 
D.   Consider approval of a minute order awarding FY 2021 Hotel Occupancy Tax funds for tourism activities.  (Staff Presenter: Joni Van Noy, Old Town Administrator) Click to View
 
Attachments
Department Memo
Application Summaries
Staff Presentation
 
9.   REPORTS & DISCUSSION ITEMS
 
10.   CITY COUNCIL REQUESTS FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS OR REPORTS
 
11.   RECESS INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION
Pursuant to Section 551.071, Texas Government Code, the Council reserves the right to convene in Executive Session(s), from time to time as deemed necessary during this meeting for any posted agenda item, to receive advice from its attorney as permitted by law.
  1. Pending or Contemplated Litigation or to Seek the Advice of the City Attorney Pursuant to Section 551.071
  2. Discussion Regarding Possible Purchase, Exchange, Lease, or Value of Real Property Pursuant to Section 551.072
  3. Deliberation regarding a negotiated contract for a prospective gift or donation to the state or the governmental body Pursuant to Section 551.073
  4. Personnel Matters Pursuant to Section 551.074
  5. Deliberation regarding (1) the deployment, or specific occasions for implementation of security personnel or devices; or (2) a security audit Pursuant to Sec. 551.076
  6. Deliberation Regarding Commercial or Financial Information Received from or the Offer of a Financial or Other Incentive made to a Business Prospect Seeking to Locate, Stay or Expand in or Near the Territory of the City and with which the City is conducting Economic Development Negotiations Pursuant to Section 551.087
    • The 380 and Development Agreement for Public and Private Improvements in Reinvestment Zone Number Two dated November 14, 2016, between the City of Burleson and Realty Capital Management, LLC
  7. Pursuant to Sec. 418.0183(f), deliberation of information related to managing emergencies and disasters including those caused by terroristic acts (must be tape recorded)
 
CERTIFICATE

I hereby certify that the above agenda was posted on this the 2nd of July 2020, by 5:00 p.m., on the official bulletin board at the Burleson City Hall, 141 W. Renfro, Burleson, Texas.

 

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