City of Friendswood, Texas

City Council Meeting

Jul 02, 2018 at 05:00p.m.

07-02-18 Amended Regular Agenda

AMENDED AGENDA

STATE OF TEXAS )(

CITY OF FRIENDSWOOD )(

COUNTIES OF GALVESTON/HARRIS )(

JULY 02, 2018 )(

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OF A FRIENDSWOOD CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING TO BE HELD AT 5:00 PM ON MONDAY, JULY 02, 2018, AT FRIENDSWOOD CITY HALL, COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 910 S. FRIENDSWOOD DRIVE, FRIENDSWOOD, TEXAS, REGARDING THE ITEMS OF BUSINESS ACCORDING TO THE AGENDA LISTED BELOW:

5:00 PM – REGULAR MEETING

1. Call to order

2. Invocation

3. Pledge of Allegiance – United States and Texas (HONOR THE TEXAS FLAG; I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THEE, TEXAS, ONE STATE UNDER GOD, ONE AND INDIVISIBLE)

4. Communications from the Public

(To comply with provisions of the Open Meetings Act, the City Council may not deliberate on items discussed under this agenda item. The Council may refer this item to the City Manager or direct this item to be placed on the next regular Council agenda. PowerPoint presentations are not conducted during the citizen comment period)

5. WORK SESSION

A. Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Discussion

B. Updating Park Policies and Procedures

C. Multi-Year Financial Plan

D. Capital Projects Update

6. CLOSED EXECUTIVE SESSION – (Executive Conference Room/Adjacent to Council Chambers-City Hall)

A. Communications from the Public regarding Executive Session topics.

B. Council may convene into Executive Session in accordance with the Texas Government Code, pursuant to Section 551.071 – Consultation with attorney , to seek the advice of its attorney on matters subject to the attorney-client privilege, with possible discussion and action related thereto in open session and Section 551.071 – Consultation with attorney about pending litigation, Cause No. 18-CV-0687; Christine Audibert v. Zoning Board of Adjustment of the City of Friendswood, Texas; in the 405 th Judicial District Court of Galveston County, Texas, with possible discussion and action related thereto in open session.

7. RECONVENE INTO OPEN SESSION

8. Special Recognition and Acknowledgements

A. Presentation of the 15th consecutive Government Finance Officers Association’s Distinguished Budget Presentation Award by Allena Portis, Director of Finance for the City of League City.

9. Communications from the Public

(To comply with provisions of the Open Meetings Act, the City Council may not deliberate on items discussed under this agenda item. The Council may refer this item to the City Manager or direct this item to be placed on the next regular Council agenda. PowerPoint presentations are not conducted during the citizen comment period)

10. Communications from Committees and Special Reports

A. Annual Report from the Community & Economic Development Committee Chair Gary Kay

B. Annual Report from West Ranch Management District President Brian Gibson

11. City Manager’s Report

A. Movies in the Park

B. Fourth of July Celebration - Reminder

C. Texas Association of Municipal Information Officers (TAMIO) Award

D. American Heart Association Lifeline Gold Plus Recognition to Friendswood Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

E. Friendswood Named One of the Top 50 Suburbs in Texas by Niche

F. Hurricane Harvey Update

12. Discussion and possible action regarding approving appointments/ reappointments to the following Committees, Boards and Commissions:

A. Community and Economic Development Committee – Appoint Blaise Guzzetta to fill the unexpired term of Marcus Perry who resigned with a term expiring July 2021; appoint Mike Hickey to fill the unexpired term of Dr. Hilmar Zeissig who resigned with a term expiring July 2021; reappoint members Skip Evans and Meg Crowley to three year terms expiring July 2021

B. Construction Board of Adjustment and Appeals – Appoint Billy Mendoza to fill the unexpired term of Chris Brown who resigned with a term expiring July 2021; appoint Les French to fill the unexpired term of Arthur Triplette who passed

away and had a term expiring July 2021; appoint Randy Weisinger to a three year term expiring July 2021; reappoint members Terry McHugh, Monique Hammett, Faye Ray, and Rajni Amin to three year terms expiring July 2021

C. Library Board – Reappoint members Mike Czarowitz, Elizabeth Stacy and Ted Thomas to three year terms expiring July 2021

D. Zoning Board of Adjustment and Appeals- Reappoint members David O’Brien III, Ronald Dyer, Mike Czarowitz, and alternate members Linda Thornton, Glen Grayban and Jason Byers to two year terms expiring July 2020

13. Discussion and possible action regarding disposition of RFP No. 2017-04 Ground Emergency Ambulance Services and award to Friendswood Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

14. Discussion and possible action regarding disposition of RFP No. 2018-14 for Professional Audit Services and award to Whitely Penn, LLP.

15. Discussion and possible action regarding updating the Appointment Policy for Boards, Committees and Commissions with amendments.

16. Discussion and possible action regarding authorizing an agreement with Friendswood Independent School District (FISD) for School Resource Officers.

17. Discussion and possible action regarding the reappointment of Judge James Woltz and appointment of Alternate Judge Richard Barfield for Municipal Court.

18. Discussion and possible action regarding concurrence with the City Manager’s appointment of Steven Rhea to the position of Assistant City Manager.

19. Resolutions

Consideration and possible action regarding the following:

A. Resolution R2018-11: A resolution of the City of Friendswood, Texas, in support of the dredging of Clear Creek.

B. Resolution R2018-12: A resolution of the City Council of the City of Friendswood, Texas, designating the Mayor as the city’s representative in seeking eligible grant funds under General Victim Assistance Direct Services Program; and authorizing the submission of such grant application to the Criminal Justice Division of the Office of Governor.

C. Resolution R2018-13: A resolution of the City of Friendswood, Texas, approving an amendment to the resolution designating individuals of the city as authorized representatives to the Texas Local Government Investment Pool ('Texpool / Texpool Prime'); and repealing all other resolutions inconsistent or in conflict herewith.

20. Ordinances

Consideration and possible action regarding the following:

A. Ordinance No. T2018-13: (Title: Second and Final reading of an ordinance adopting a new code for recodification of the Friendswood City Code) An ordinance adopting and enacting a new code for the City of Friendswood, Texas; providing for the repeal of certain ordinances not included therein;

providing a penalty for the violation thereof; providing for the manner of amending such code; and providing when such code and this ordinance shall become effective.

B. Ordinance No. T2018-15: (Title: Second and Final reading of an ordinance adopting revisions and updates to Appendix C 'Zoning,' Section 7.P.5. 'North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Codes' to change the version reference from '1997' to 'current' North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Codes as referenced in Exhibit 'A,' and revisions and updates to Section 7.P.6. 'Permitted Use Table,' by adding the '2017 NAICS' reference; providing for the addition of NAICS Use #425 Wholesale Electronics Markets and Agents and Brokers; and providing for the expansion of NAICS Use #447 by adding NAICS Use #447190 Other Gasoline Stations (gas stations without convenience stores; truck stops; and marine service stations) as referenced in Exhibit 'B') An ordinance amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of Friendswood, Texas, Appendix C – 'Zoning,' Section 7, 'Schedule of District Regulations,' Subsection 7.P.5, 'North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Codes' by changing the reference from '1997' to 'current' and amending Subsection 7.P.6, 'Permitted Use Table,' by adding the '2017 NAICS' reference, by adding NAICS Use #425, Wholesale Electronics Markets and Agents and Brokers; and providing for the expansion of NAICS Use #447 by adding NAICS Use #447190, Other Gasoline Stations (gas stations without convenience stores; truck stops; and marine service stations); providing a penalty for violation in an amount not to exceed $2000, or as otherwise provided by law; repealing all ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent or in conflict herewith; and providing for severability.

C. Ordinance No. T2018-16: (Title: Second and Final reading of an ordinance adopting revisions and updates to Appendix C 'Zoning,' Section 7.Q.3. 'Area and Height exceptions,' by adding 'g. Stairs in Certain Situations,' and exception to allow stairs of an elevated house to encroach the front building line in certain situations) An ordinance amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of Friendswood, Texas, Appendix C – 'Zoning,' Section 7, 'Schedule of District Regulations,' Subsection 7.Q.3. 'Area and Height Exceptions' by adding 'g. Stairs in Certain Situations,' an exception to allow stairs of an elevated house to encroach the front building line in certain situations; providing a penalty for violation in an amount not to exceed $2000, or as otherwise provided by law; repealing all ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent or in conflict herewith; and providing for severability.

D. Ordinance No. T2018-17: (Title: Second and Final reading of an ordinance approving an amendment to Ordinances No. 2012-04 and 2016-46 approving an annual rate adjustment for solid waste collection and disposal) An ordinance amending Ordinances No. 2012-04 and 2016-46 in order to approve an annual rate adjustment as provided for in the City of Friendswood – Progressive Waste Solutions of TX, Inc., d/b/a WC of Texas (formerly known as IESI TX Corporation) Solid Waste Franchise. (Waste Connections)

E. Ordinance No. T2018-19: (Title: First reading of an ordinance changing the prior zoning classification of a tract of land consisting of 2.504 acres out of Lot 12, Block 2 of Friendswood Subdivision, as recorded in Volume 238, Page 14, of the Office of the County Clerk of Galveston County, Texas, located at 213 E. Heritage Dr., Friendswood, Galveston County, Texas, to change from Single Family Residential (SFR), Multi-Family Residential Low Density (MFR-L), and

Multi-Family Residential Low Density / Specific Use Permit (MFR-L/SUP) to Planned Unit Development (PUD), as more fully described herein) An ordinance amending Appendix 'C' 'Zoning', of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Friendswood, Texas, Section 3, 'Provision for Official Zoning Map', rezoning the property generally consisting of 2.504 acres out of Lot 12, Block 2 of Friendswood Subdivision, as recorded in Volume 238, Page 14, of the Office of the County Clerk of Galveston County, Texas, located at 213 E. Heritage Dr., Friendswood, Galveston County, Texas, to change from Single Family Residential (SFR), Multi-Family Residential Low Density (MFR-L), and Multi-Family Residential Low Density / Specific Use Permit (MFR-L/SUP) to Planned Unit Development (PUD), more fully described in Exhibit 'A', incorporated by reference, with such Planned Unit Development (PUD) to be governed for all purposes and conditions pursuant to the attached site plans included in Exhibit 'B', all as more specifically provided herein; providing for the amendment of the Official Zoning Map; providing a penalty in an amount not to exceed $2,000 for each day of violation of any provision hereof; and providing for severability.

F. Ordinance No. T2018-20: (Title: First and Final reading of an ordinance adopting Budget Amendment X to the Original General Budget of the City for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 to provide for supplemental appropriation and/or transfer of certain funds) An ordinance amending City of Friendswood, Texas, Ordinance No. 2017-32, passed and approved October 2, 2017, same being an ordinance approving and adopting the City’s General Budget for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 by approving 'Budget Amendment X' to the 'Original General Budget of the City of Friendswood, Texas, for the Fiscal Year 2017-2018'; providing for supplemental appropriation and/or transfer of certain funds; providing for severability; and providing other matters related to the subject.

21. Communications from the Mayor and Councilmembers

22. Consent Agenda

Consideration and possible action regarding the following:

A. Approving a Buyout License Agreement for 401 Richmond Lane and authorizing the Mayor to execute the agreement

B. Authorizing the Friendswood Volunteer Fire Department to purchase one 2018 Ford F-150 Crew Cab and authorize the trade-in of a 2009 Ford Expedition

C. Approving an amendment to the contract with Crowder Gulf for Debris Management Services

D. Ratify City Manager’s signature on the City’s application for Federal Assistance with Elevation and Acquisition

E. Accepting the May 2018 Property Tax Report

23. Adjournment

This facility is wheelchair accessible and accessible parking spaces are available. Requests for accommodations or interpretive service must be made two (2) business days or more prior to this meeting. Please contact the City Secretary's Office at (281) 996-3270 for further information.

I, MELINDA WELSH, CITY SECRETARY OF THE CITY OF FRIENDSWOOD DO HEREBY

CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE NOTICE OF MEETING OF THE FRIENDSWOOD CITY COUNCIL WAS POSTED IN A PLACE CONVENIENT TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC IN COMPLIANCE WITH CHAPTER 551, TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE, ON JUNE 29, 2018, AT 11:45 AM.

MELINDA WELSH, TRMC

CITY SECRETARY

**All meetings of City Council are open to the public, except when there is a necessity to meet in an Executive Session (closed to the public) under the provisions of Section 551, Texas Government Code. The City Council reserves the right to convene into Executive Session to hear any of the above described agenda items that qualify for an executive session by publicly announcing the applicable section number of the Open Meetings Act.

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