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Meeting Name: CITY COUNCIL Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/13/2024 6:00 PM Minutes status: Preliminary Final  
Meeting location: City Council Chamber, City Hall
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24-4080 11. Special Presentations, IntroductionsPresentation of Fort Worth Sister Cities International Youth Ambassadors Oath Ceremony   Action details Video Video
M&C 24-0116 11. General Consent(ALL) Authorize Execution of a Unit Price Contract with C. Greenscaping, LP, in an Amount Not to Exceed $550,000.00 for Task Order Construction Services Related to Brick Pavement Rehabilitation Projects at Various Locations with Two Consecutive One Year Renewals for the Same Amount Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0117 12. General Consent(CD 2) Reject All Responses to Invitation to Bid for the 2024 Concrete Reconstruction Contract 2 Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0118 13. General Consent(CD 7 and CD 10) Adopt Appropriation Ordinances in the Collective Amount of $4,000,000.00 to Provide Transportation Impact Fee Funding for the Wagley Robertson Project, Reduce 2014 Bond Program Funding in the Project by $2,000,000.00 and Amend the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0119 14. General Consent(ALL) Authorize an Amendment to the Sole Source Agreement with Allstates Coating Company for Cold Pour Concrete Joint and Crack Sealant Utilized by Transportation and Public Works Street Operations to Authorize Four One-Year Renewals for the Same Annual Amount of $300,000.00 Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0121 15. General Consent(CD 2) Adopt a Resolution Authorizing Execution of a Local On-System Improvement Agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation in the Amount of $752,373.00, of Which City Participation is $686,471.00, for the North Main Street (BUS287) and 24th Street Pedestrian Facilities Improvements Project, Adopt Appropriation Ordinances and Amend the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program (2022 Bond Program) Withdrawn  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0122 16. General Consent(CD 6) Authorize  the Temporary Closure of a Section of Sycamore School Road between Old Granbury Road and Chisholm Trail Parkway from February 19, 2024 to May 19, 2024 for Construction Activities Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0123 17. General Consent(CD 8) Authorize the Temporary Closure of a Section of Thrall Street between East Vickery Boulevard and Avenue A and a Section of East Vickery Boulevard between Thrall Street and Ravine Road from February 14, 2024 to March 14, 2024 for Construction Activities Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0107 11. Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent(ALL) Authorize Execution of an Amendment to City Secretary Contract No. 56916 with Herc Rentals, Inc. for Equipment Rental and Related Service to Increase the Annual Amount by $458,542.00 for a New Annual Amount Up to $1,033,542.00 Using Omnia Partners Cooperative Contract No. 2019000318 for the Transportation and Public Works Department Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0109 13. Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent(ALL) Authorize an Amendment to the Services Agreement with Allied Waste Services of Fort Worth, LLC dba Republic Services for Waste Disposal Services for City Facilities to Increase the Annual Spend Amount by $785,405.00 for a New Annual Amount Up to $3,189,574.00 for the Initial Term and Authorize Four One-Year Renewal Options for Various Amounts; $3,349,053.00 for the First Renewal, $3,516,506.00 for the Second Renewal, $3,692,331.00 for the Third Renewal and $3,876,948.00 for the Fourth Renewal for City Departments Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0110 14. Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent(CD 9) Authorize a Purchase Agreement with Strickly Green Grass, LLC DBA Synlawn Dallas Using Omnia Cooperative Agreement R220501 as the Authorized Seller for AstroTurf Corporation for the Initial Term in an Amount Up to $340,000.00 and Authorize Two Consecutive One-Year Renewal Options for the Same Amount for Sport Surfaces, Installation and Related Materials for the Parks and Recreation Department Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0125 16. Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent(CD 8) Authorize the Execution of a Professional Services Agreement with Baird, Hampton & Brown, Inc., in the Amount of $290,000.00, for the Design for Generators at the Bob Bolen Public Safety Building Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0128 17. Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent(ALL) Authorize Execution of a Contract with KONE INC. in an Amount Not to Exceed $2,113,204.00 for the Will Rogers Memorial Center Escalator Replacement Project, Adopt Appropriation Ordinance and Amend the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0126 11. Land Consent(CD 7) Authorize Acquisition of 0.394 Acres in a Right-of-Way Easement from Real Property Owned by Clarence Huffman Located at 7301 Bowman Roberts Road, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas 76179 in the Amount of $145,894.00 and Pay Estimated Closing Costs in an Amount Up to $3,000.00 for a Total Cost of $148,894.00 for the WJ Boaz Road Widening Improvements Project (2022 Bond Program) Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0127 12. Land Consent(CD 3) Ratify Acceptance of a Quitclaim Deed from Cook Children's Health Care System for Approximately 0.016 Acres Located at 2100 Log Cabin Village Lane, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas 76109 for the Rogers Avenue Drainage Improvement Project Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0106 11. Award of Contract Consent(ALL) Adopt a Resolution Authorizing the City Attorney to Retain the Law Firms of McCall, Parkhurst & Horton L.L.P. and Kelly Hart & Hallman, LLP as Outside Legal Counsel to Provide Representation Related to an Internal Revenue Service Inquiry Involving Revenue Bonds of the City's Water and Sewer System for a Cost Up to $20,000.00 Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0115 12. Award of Contract Consent(CD 2, CD 3, CD 6, CD 7, CD 8, CD 9 and CD 11) Authorize Execution of a Contract with MW Panel Tech, LLC in the Amount of $444,217.00 for the 2023 Bridge Rehab Contract 2 at Various Bridge Locations Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0120 13. Award of Contract Consent(CD 7) Authorize Execution of Amendment Number 4 to an Engineering Services Agreement with Lamb-Star Engineering, LLC in an Amount Up to $483,098.00 to Provide Additional Professional Engineering Services for the Meandering Road Project for a Revised Contract?Amount of $2,964,238.00  Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0124 14. Award of Contract Consent(CD 5) Authorize Execution of Change Order Number 2 in the Amount of $769,500.33 and the Addition of 180 Calendar Days to a Construction Contract with S.J. Louis Construction of Texas, Ltd. for Street Reconstruction of Trinity Boulevard from Interstate Highway-820 to Salado Trail for a Revised Contract Amount of $23,264,582.65, Adopt Appropriation Ordinances and Amend the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0130 16. Award of Contract Consent(CD 2) Authorize Application for and Acceptance of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2024 Grant, if Awarded, from the Federal Aviation Administration Passed through the Texas Department of Transportation in an Amount Up to $851,000.00 for the Apron Bravo and Taxiway Golf Reconstruction Project at Fort Worth Meacham International Airport, Authorize a Transfer of Up to $94,556.00 for the City's Match Requirement, for a Total Amount Up to $945,556.00, Adopt Appropriation Ordinance, and Adopt Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute Grant Related Agreements with the State of Texas, Represented by the Texas Department of Transportation Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0131 17. Award of Contract Consent(CD 9) Authorize Execution of Change Order No. 3, a Contract with S.J. Louis Construction of Texas, Ltd., in the Amount of $455,160.44 After Deducts and Additional 140 Calendar Days for the Clear Fork Lift Station Force Main Project Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0132 18. Award of Contract Consent(CD 6) Authorize Execution of a Community Facilities Agreement with Jefferson Primrose Land Holdings, LLC, with City Participation in an Amount Not to Exceed $2,917,510.92 for Oversizing a 12-Inch to a 16-Inch Water Main on Sycamore School Road, Oversizing an 8-Inch and 12-Inch Water Main to a 24-Inch Water Main Also on Sycamore School Road and Oversizing a 12-Inch to 24-Inch Water Main on Brewer Boulevard Located in Southwest Fort Worth, and Adopt Appropriation Ordinances to Effect a Portion of Water’s Contribution to the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0133 19. Award of Contract Consent(CD 8, CD 9 and CD 11) Adopt Appropriation Ordinance in the Amount of $100,000.00 for Increased Project Costs for the Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation, Contract 118 Project and to Effect a Portion of Water’s Contribution to the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0134 110. Award of Contract Consent(CD 7) Authorize Execution of a Contract With William J. Schultz, Inc. dba Circle C Construction Company, in the Amount of $1,280,205.00, for the Water and Sanitary Sewer Replacement on Camp Bowie Hul-Mont Project Part 2 and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance to Effect a Portion of Water’s Contribution to the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program Approved  Action details Not available
M&C 24-0135 111. Award of Contract Consent(CD 7) Authorize Execution of Design Procurement and Project Management Agreement with Crescent Property Services, LLC with City Participation in the Amount Not to Exceed $1,450,000.00, for Engineering Design and Project Management for the Camp Bowie Improvements Project, Authorize Waiver of IPRC Design Review Fees, and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance to Effect a Portion of Water's Contribution to Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program   Approved  Action details Not available
24-4081 11. ClaimsNotice of Claims for Alleged Damages or Injuries   Action details Not available
M&C 24-0108 12. Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent(ALL) Authorize Execution of Amendment to City Secretary Contract No. 59448 with Stripe-A-Zone, LLC to Increase the Annual Amount by $600,000.00 for a New Annual Amount Up to $3,600,000.00 for the First Renewal, $4,500,000.00 for the Second Renewal, and $5,625,000.00 for the Third Renewal, for Pavement Marking Services for the Transportation and Public Works Department Approved  Action details Video Video
M&C 24-0113 15. Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent(ALL) Authorize an Increase in the City's Home Repair Program Contract Authority in the Amount of $2,000,000.00 for All Home Repair Programs Approved  Action details Video Video
M&C 24-0129 15. Award of Contract Consent(ALL) Authorize Application for, and Authorize Acceptance of, if Awarded, the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant from the United States Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance, Passed-Through the Office of the Texas Governor, Public Safety Office, Fiscal Year 2025 Criminal Justice Grant Program in an Amount Up to $200,000.00 to Purchase Forensic Firearms Equipment, Authorize Execution of Related Grant Agreement with the Office of the Texas Governor, Public Safety Office as the Passed-Through Entity, Adopt Resolution, and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance Approved  Action details Video Video
24-4077 11. AppointmentBoard Appointment - District 10Approved  Action details Video Video
24-4078 11. ResolutionA Resolution Appointing Patrice Randle Interim City AuditorAdopted  Action details Video Video
23-0613 12. ResolutionA Resolution Rescinding Mayor and Council Communication G-6770; Adopting Criteria for the City’s Eight Appointments to the Board of the Fort Worth Transportation Authority; And Appointing Eight Individuals to Represent the CityAdopted  Action details Video Video
24-4079 11. OrdinanceAn Ordinance Ordering a Special Election by the Qualified Voters of the City of Fort Worth, Texas on May 4, 2024, on the Question of Approving and Implementing Resolution No. 5866-01-2024 Authorizing the Fort Worth Convention Center as a Venue Project in Accordance with Chapter 334, Texas Local Government Code, and Designating the Method of Financing for the Project and Ordaining Related MattersAdopted  Action details Video Video
M&C 24-0105 11. General - Report of CM(ALL) Conduct Public Hearing and Adopt Ordinance Amending the Fort Worth Electrical Code to Adopt the 2023 National Electrical Code, with Amendments, to be Effective March 1, 2024 (PUBLIC HEARING – a. Report of City Staff:  Evan Roberts; b. Public Comment; c. Council Action: Close Public Hearing and Act on M&C) Approved  Action details Video Video
M&C 24-0112 12. General - Report of CM(CD 5) Conduct a Public Hearing on the Application by FW Hughes House II, LP to the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs for Non-Competitive (4%) Housing Tax Credits for the New Construction of Hughes House II, a Proposed Tax-Exempt Development, Located at the Southeast and Southwest Corners of Avenue G and Etta Street in Fort Worth, 76015, Adopt a Resolution of No Objection to the Application, Acknowledge the One Mile Three Year Rule, and Make Related Acknowledgments (PUBLIC HEARING - a. Report of City Staff: Leah Brown; b. Citizen Presentations; c. Council Action: Close Public Hearing and Act on M&C) Approved  Action details Video Video
M&C 24-0114 13. General - Report of CM(CD 2) Conduct a Public Hearing on the Application by 4450 Marine Creek Parkway (TX) Owner LP to the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs for Non-Competitive (4%) Housing Tax Credits for the Acquisition and Rehabilitation of The Meridian, a Proposed Tax-Exempt Development, Located at 4450 Marine Creek Pkwy., Fort Worth, Texas 76106, Adopt a Resolution of No Objection to the Application, Make Related Determinations, Approve Commitment of Development Funding in an Amount of No Less Than $500.00 and No More Than $30,000.00, Find that the Fee Waivers Serve a Public Purpose, and Adequate Controls are in Place to Carry Out Such Public Purpose and Determine that Development of The Meridian is Consistent with the City’s Obligation to Affirmatively Further Fair Housing (PUBLIC HEARING - a. Report of City Staff: Leah Brown; b. Citizen Presentations; c. Council Action: Close Public Hearing and Act on M&C) Approved  Action details Video Video
ZC-23-167 11. Zoning Case(CD 11) Mallory Haun, FTW Area Habitat for Humanity, 4200 Brady Drive (0.28 acres) From: “I/SS” Light Industrial/Stop Six Overlay, To: “A-5/SS” One-Family/Stop Six Overlay (Recommended for Denial by the Zoning Commission) (Continued from a Previous Meeting)Approved  Action details Video Video
ZC-23-137 12. Zoning Case(CD 10) Rick Farnoush / Dyer Engineering, 12650 Willow Springs Road (79.42 acres) From: “I” Light Industrial, To: “PD/CR” Planned Development for all uses in “CR” Low-Density Multifamily plus detached multifamily with development standards for perimeter fencing and driveway location in the front yard; site plan included (Recommended for Denial by the Zoning Commission)Denied  Action details Video Video
SP-23-014 13. Zoning Case(CD 10) Brandon Middleton, 11055 N Riverside Drive (9.75 acres) To: Amend site plan for “PD 968” Planned Development for all uses in “G” Intensive Commercial plus miniwarehouse to add new miniwarehouse structure (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)Approved  Action details Video Video
SP-23-015 14. Zoning Case(CD 8) Brandon Middleton, 7601 S. Crowley Rd (13.22 acres) To: Amend site plan for “PD 723” PD-SU" for all uses in "E" plus mini-warehouses; following uses are excluded: tattoo and massage parlors, retail liquor stores, stand-alone bar or lounge, hours of operation for the office are 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.; electronically controlled security gate 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily to add new miniwarehouse structure (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)Approved  Action details Video Video
ZC-23-173 15. Zoning Case(CD 11) Marcos Torrado / Hank Bounkhong, 5000 South Hampshire Boulevard (0.31 acres) From: “A-7.5” One-Family, To: “B” Two-Family (Recommended for Denial by the Zoning Commission)Continued  Action details Video Video
ZC-23-184 16. Zoning Case(CD 8) Tyler Baucom, 2601 Joel East Rd (16.16 acres) From: “I” Light Industrial, To: “J” Medium Industrial (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)Approved  Action details Video Video
ZC-23-185 17. Zoning Case(CD 11) FL Logic LLC/Ohad Ben Shushan, 621 S Retta Street (0.16 acres) From: “A-5” One-Family, To: “PD/A-5” Planned Development for all uses in “A-5” One-Family plus duplex, site plan included (Recommended for Denial by the Zoning Commission)Continued  Action details Video Video
ZC-23-190 18. Zoning Case(CD 3) Ray Oujesky, Kelly Hart & Hallman, LLP, 3201 River Park Drive (9.59 acres) To: Amend "PD849" P/D Planned Development for High Density Multifamily plus Assisted Living to add development standards for density, open space, setback, and fencing; site plan included. (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)Approved  Action details Video Video
ZC-24-001 19. Zoning Case(CD 6) Eloise Burrell, 4601-4607 Horne Street (.125 acres) From “E” Neighborhood Commercial, To: “E/HC” Neighborhood Commercial/Historic Overlay (Recommended for Approval by the Historic & Cultural Landmarks Commission)Approved  Action details Video Video
M&C 24-0111 11. General - Report of CM(CD 4, CD 5, CD 6, CD 8, CD 9, and CD 11) Consider and Adopt Seven Resolutions of Support for 2024 Competitive (9%) Housing Tax Credit Applications, Approve Commitments of Development Funding in the Form of Fee Waivers in the Approximate Amount of Up to $30,000.00 for Each Development, Find that the Fee Waivers Serve a Public Purpose and that Adequate Controls are in Place, Determine which Developments Contribute to the City’s Revitalization Efforts, Acknowledge the One-Mile Three Year Rule, and Make Related Acknowledgments Approved  Action details Video Video