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REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING

FRISCO CITY HALL

GEORGE A. PUREFOY MUNICIPAL CENTER

COUNCIL CHAMBERS

6101 FRISCO SQUARE BLVD.

FRISCO, TEXAS 75034

 

5:00 PM

 

Tuesday, February 06, 2018

 

AGENDA

 

CALL TO ORDER

 

1.

ROLL CALL

 

CLOSED SESSION

 

2.

Recess into Closed Session in compliance with Section 551.001 et. seq. Texas Government Code, to wit;

 

A.

Section 551.071. Meeting with City Attorney regarding a matter(s) in which the duty of the City Attorney under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas conflicts with the Open Meetings Act regarding:

 

i.

Receive legal advice regarding Exide cleanup/remediation of hazardous and non-hazardous waste.

ii.

Receive legal advice regarding Civil Action No. 4:17-cv-00311, Exide Technologies v. The City of Frisco, Frisco Economic Development Corporation and Frisco Community Development Corporation in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.

iii.

Receive legal advice regarding PUC Docket No. 46662 pending before the Public Utility Commission of Texas in the case styled Petition of the Cities of Garland, Mesquite, Plano and Richardson Appealing the Decision by North Texas Municipal Water District Affecting Wholesale Water Rates.

iv.

Receive legal advice regarding the Cause No. PR-2014-00099 in the case styled FLCT, LTD. v. City of Frisco, Texas.

v.

Receive legal advice regarding the City of Frisco joining an amicus brief in the City of Justin v. Town of Northlake case.

 

B.

Section 551.072. To deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property located:

 

i.

South of US 380, west of Preston Rd, north of Eldorado and east of Teel Parkway.

ii.

South of Warren Parkway, north of SH 121, east of Legacy Drive and west of Preston Road.

iii.

South of Eldorado Parkway, west of the Preston Road, east of Legacy and north of Stonebrook Parkway.

 

C.

Section 551.074. Personnel Matters: Section 551.074 authorizes certain deliberations about officers and employees of the governmental body to be held in executive session:

 

i.

Discussion regarding the annual evaluation of the City Manager George Purefoy.

ii.

Deliberate the duties of the Interim President of the Frisco Economic Development Corporation.

 

D.

Section 551.087. Deliberation regarding commercial or financial information that the City has received from a business prospect and to deliberate the offer or other incentives to a business prospect.

 

3.

Reconvene into Regular Session and take any action necessary as a result of the Closed Session.

 

INVOCATION

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

PROCLAMATIONS

 

4.

Jake's Heart

 

5.

Recognition of Jeffrey Nebeker Boy Scout Achievement

 

6.

Delta Sigma Theta 10 year Anniversary

 

7.

Frisco Veterans Advisory Committee

 

REPORTS

 

8.

Public Works and Engineering report on activities related to roadways, traffic control and transportation, stormwater drainage, water and wastewater, and solid waste collection.

 

9.

Parks and Recreation monthly report regarding park and trail development, facilities, special events and youth development.

 

10.

Library Monthly Report

 

11.

myFRISCO Year End Report

 

12.

Council Subcommittee reports for current activities of the Legislative, Governance, Budget and Audit Committee, Frisco Square Management District, also including the Dallas Regional Mobility Commission, North Central Texas Emergency Preparedness Committee, Frisco Veterans Advisory Committee, North Texas Commission and Regional Transportation Council.

 

CITIZEN INPUT (to begin approximately at 7:30 p.m.)

 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

(Items placed on the Consent Agenda are considered routine in nature and are considered non-controversial.  The Consent Agenda can be acted upon in one motion.  A majority of the Council is required to remove any item for discussion and separate action.  Council members may vote nay on any single item without comment and may submit written comments as part of the official record.)

 

13.

Consider and act upon approval of Minutes.  (CSO/JP)

 

A.

January 16, 2018 City Council Work Session

 

B.

January 16, 2018 Regular City Council Meeting

 

14.

Consider and act upon a Resolution designating an Official Newspaper. (CSO/KM)

 

15.

Consider and act upon ratification of a First Amendment to Contract of Sale between the City of Frisco, the Frisco Community Development Corporation, the Frisco Economic Development Corporation, Brinkmann Ranches, L.P. and Panther Creek on Preston, L.P. to purchase 390.0± acres of land located at the southwest corner of Preston Road and Panther Creek Parkway and authorize the City Manager to execute all necessary documents. (CMO)

 

16.

Consider and act upon adoption of a Resolution amending a Local Project Advanced Funding Agreement by and between the City of Frisco and the Texas Department of Transportation to develop traffic signal system performance measures and evaluate adaptive traffic signal control. (Engineering/CJ)

 

17.

Consider and act upon a Resolution approving the submission of a grant application between the State of Texas, acting by and through the Texas Department of Transportation and the City of Frisco for the 2019 Special Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) grant and authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute all necessary documents.  (Police/DS)

 

18.

Consider and act on a Resolution approving the submission of a grant application to the North Central Texas Council of Governments and the Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice Division for the funding under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Grant Program for the second year of funding for a dedicated High Risk Lethality Domestic Violence Detective and authorizing the submission of the grant application by the City Manager or his designee.  (Police/GW)

 

19.

Consider and act upon a Resolution approving the submission of a grant application to the North Central Texas Council of Governments and the Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice Division for the funding under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Grant Program for funding the third year for a dedicated Special Victims investigator and authorizing the acceptance of the grant award by the City Manager or his designee.  (Police/GW)

 

20.

Consider and act upon approval authorizing the City Manager to execute an agreement with Madden Media for the purchase of advertising and marketplaces for the Convention and Visitors Bureau. (CVB/DF)

 

21.

Consider and act upon award of Request for Proposal #1811-023 Mosquito Abatement Program to PRP Services, LLC dba Municipal Mosquito and approval authorizing the City Manager to execute an agreement for these services. (Development Services/DF)

 

22.

Consider and act upon approval of purchase orders to Netsync Network Solutions for professional services and hardware during FY 2018. (IT/DF)

 

23.

Consider and act upon award of Best Value Bid #1810-001 Landscape Maintenance Services to AALC, Inc. (Parks & Recreation/DF)

 

24.

Consider and act upon approval of a purchase order to Professional Turf Products for the purchase of parks landscape equipment. (Parks & Recreation/DF)

 

25.

Consider and act upon whether to direct staff to submit a written notice of appeal on behalf of the City Council to Development Services, pursuant to Subsection 6.19 of the Zoning Ordinance and/or Section 4.02 of the Subdivision Ordinance, regarding action taken by the Planning & Zoning Commission on any site plan or plat. Any written notice of appeal must be submitted to Development Services. (Development Services)

 

LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

 

(These items may legally require Council Action, but by Council Policy should be the City Manager's responsibility.  The Legislative Agenda can be acted upon in one motion.  The concurrence of two council members is required to remove any item for separate discussion and action.  Council members may vote nay on any single item without comment and may submit written comments as part of the official record.)

 

26.

Consider and act upon adoption of an Ordinance to repeal Ordinance No. 15-08-54 and all other ordinances governing the zoning of that certain property, save and except Ordinance Nos. 09-08-49, 15-06-27 and 16-10-87, consisting of 146.1± acres on the southeast corner of Dallas Parkway and Main Street.  Zoned Planned Development-153-Mixed Use. Neighborhood #21. Zoning Case No. Z17-0025. (Development Services/KH)

 

27.

Consider and act upon adoption of an Ordinance to repeal Ordinance No. 15-12-86 and all other ordinances governing the zoning of that certain property consisting of 152.7± acres on the northwest corner of Legacy Drive and Diamond Point Lane.  Zoned Planned Development-230-Single Family-8.5/Single Family-7/Patio Home/Town Home/Multifamily/Retail. Neighborhood #41. Zoning Case No. Z17-0027. (Development Services/KH)

 

28.

Consider and act upon an adoption of an Ordinance to zone for a Single Family Planned Development on 57.4± acres on four tracts, located on the east side of Independence Parkway, 740± feet north of Rolater Road. Zoned Agricultural. Neighborhood #16. Zoning Case No. Z17-0018. (Development Services/JH)

 

29.

Consider and act upon adoption of an Ordinance to amend Ordinance No. 00-04-03 and all other ordinances governing the zoning of that certain property consisting of 3.7± acres on the north side of Stonebrook Parkway, 530± feet east of Teel Parkway, (the "Property"), to amend Zoning Ordinance (Ordinance No. 11-04-09, as amended) and to rezone the Property as Retail. Zoned Information and Technology. Neighborhood #41. Zoning Case No. Z17-0020. (Development Services/SS)

 

30.

Consider and act upon an adoption of Ordinances to repeal Ordinance Nos. 12-12-80 and 99-09-09 and all other ordinances governing the zoning of that certain property consisting of 171.4± acres on the northeast corner of Legacy Drive and SH121 (“Property”), save and except Ordinance 98-06-18, to amend the Zoning Ordinance (Ordinance No. 11-04-09, as amended) and to rezone the Property into two separate Planned Developments (Planned Development-Office-1/Retail/Highway and Planned Development-Highway). Zoned Planned Development-31-Office-1/Retail/Highway, Planned Development-98-Office-2, and Commercial-1. Neighborhood #34. Zoning Case No. Z17-0024. (Development Services/JH)

 

REGULAR AGENDA

 

31.

Public Hearing: Annexation Case A17-0001. A request for a voluntary annexation of 33.5± acres in the Collin County School Land Survey, Abstract No. 5155, Collin County Texas, on the west side of Hillcrest, 1,630 feet south of Rockhill Parkway. Zoned ETJ.  Neighborhood #4.  (Development Services/SS)

 

32.

Public Hearing: Specific Use Permit Case SUP17-0015. A request for a substation on three lots on 4.2± acres on the southeast corner of Legacy Drive and Main Street and to consider to direct Staff to prepare an Ordinance of the same. Zoned Planned Development-173-IT. Neighborhood #40. (Development Services/SS)

 

33.

Consider and act upon the Frisco City Council Top Priorities for 2018.  (CMO)

 

34.

Consider and act upon approval of an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Frisco, Texas, repealing Ordinance no. 17-05-35 and designating eight (8) election precincts for elections to be held in the City of Frisco, Collin and Denton Counties, Texas.  Considere y actúe tras la aprobación de una ordenanza del Concejo Municipal de la ciudad de Frisco, Texas, derogando la Ordenanza No. 17-05-35 y designando ocho (8) distritos electorales para las elecciones que se celebrarán en la ciudad de Frisco, Collin y Denton condados, Texas. (CSO/JP)

 

35.

Consider and act upon calling the May 5, 2018 Joint General Election with FISD, LISD, Denton County and Collin County and all actions necessary. (Considerar y actuar al llamar el 5 de mayo de 2018 elecciones generales conjuntas con FISD, LISD, Condado Denton y Collin County y toda la acciones necesarias.)    (CSO/JP)

 

36.

City Council discussion with City Staff concerning any actions required by City Staff as a result of any item on tonight's agenda.

 

37.

Discussion on Governance Monitoring of present City Council Meeting.

 

ADJOURN

 

 

CERTIFICATION

 

Henry Hill, Deputy City Manager, certifies that this Notice of Meeting was posted on the outside bulletin board, at the City Hall of the City of Frisco, Texas, a place convenient and readily accessible to the general public at all times, and said Notice was posted on the following date and time:

 

By February 2, 2018 at 7:30 PM and remained so posted at least 72 hours before meeting was convened.

 

If during the course of the meeting covered by this notice, the City Council should determine that a closed or executive meeting or session of the City Council or a consultation with the attorney for the City should be held or is required, then such closed or executive meeting or session or consultation with attorney as authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code § 551.001 et.  seq., will be held by the City Council at the date, hour and place given in this notice as the City Council may conveniently meet in such closed or executive meeting or session or consult with the attorney for the City concerning any and all subjects and for any and all purposes permitted by the Act, including, but not limited to, the following sanctions and purposes:

 

Texas Government Code Section:

 

§ 551.071 – Private consultation with the attorney for the City.

§ 551.072 – Discussing purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property.

§ 551.074 – Discussing personnel or to hear complaints against personnel.

 

NOTICE

 

Pursuant to City of Frisco Ordinance Number 01-04-29 all speakers other than City of Frisco Staff are limited to five (5) minutes per item except by prior consent of the City Council.

 

NOTICE OF ASSISTANCE AT PUBLIC MEETINGS

The Frisco City Hall is wheelchair accessible.  Access to the building and special parking are available at the primary north entrance facing Frisco Square Blvd.  Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, or large print, are requested to contact the City Secretary’s Office at (972) 292-5025 or by FAX (972) 292-5028.  BRAILLE IS NOT AVAILABLE.