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Approval of Minutes of the April 13, 2022 City Council Meeting

Consent Agenda

2. 22-907 Authorize settlement of the lawsuit styled Cecil Duran v. City of Dallas, Cause No. CC-21-00544-E - Not to exceed $32,500.00 - Financing: Liability Reserve Fund

3. 22-838 Authorize settlement of the lawsuit styled Pablo Ignacio Radilla v. City of Dallas, Cause No. DC-21-01877 - Not to exceed $42,000.00 - Financing: Liability Reserve Fund

4. 22-840 Authorize settlement of the lawsuit styled Viola Lerma v. City of Dallas, Cause No. CC-21-01532-A - Not to exceed $50,000.00 - Financing: Liability Reserve Fund

5. 22-68 An ordinance amending Chapter 47A, “Transportation for Hire,” of the Dallas City Code by amending Sections 47A-1.6. to (1) add, delete, and modify certain fees; (2) make certain grammatical corrections as needed; and (3) modify correction order appeal - Financing: No cost consideration to the City (See Fiscal Information)

10. 22-601 Authorize (1) the Third Amendment to the Project Supplemental Agreement with Dallas County for the Denton Drive Phase I Project from north of Royal Lane to south of Walnut Hill Lane to increase the estimated total project cost from $17,232,895.96 to $18,876,957.21; and (2) payment to Dallas County for the City’s share of additional construction costs for paving, drainage, and water and wastewater utility improvements on Denton Drive - Not to exceed $954,529.61, from $9,692,895.96 to $10,647,425.57 - Financing: Street and Transportation (A) Fund (2017 General Obligation Bond Funds) ($689,531.64), Water Capital Improvement Fund ($237,166.32), and Wastewater Capital Improvement Fund ($27,831.65)

11. 22-781 Authorize a professional services contract with Criado & Associates, Inc. for the engineering design of the Five Mile Infrastructure Improvements Project - Project 3 for Givendale Road, from Lancaster Road to Tracy Road - Not to exceed $219,612.14 - Financing: Community Development Block Grant Fund

12. 22-783 Authorize a professional services contract with EJES INCORPORATED for the engineering design of the Five Mile Infrastructure Improvements Project - Project 4 for Plum Dale Road, from Givendale Road to Pall Mall Avenue - Not to exceed $251,600.00 - Financing: Community Development Block Grant Fund ($209,106.00), Water Capital Improvement F Fund ($31,870.50), and Wastewater Capital Improvement G Fund ($10,623.50)

13. 22-778 Authorize a professional services contract with Halff Associates, Inc. for the engineering design of the Five Mile Infrastructure Improvements Project - Project 2 for Tracy Road, from Givendale Road to Persimmon Road - Not to exceed $354,791.00 - Financing: Community Development Block Grant Fund ($295,041.00), Water Capital Improvement F Fund ($29,875.00), and Wastewater Capital Improvement G Fund ($29,875.00)

14. 22-784 Authorize a professional services contract with IEA, Inc. for the engineering design of the Five Mile Infrastructure Improvements Project -Project 5 for Pall Mall Avenue, from Lancaster Road to Tracy Road - Not to exceed $349,766.00 - Financing: Community Development Block Grant Fund ($286,891.00), Water Capital Improvement F Fund ($38,664.00), and Wastewater Capital Improvement G Fund ($24,211.00)

15. 22-638 Authorize a construction services contract for the construction of Fernheath Lane from South Beltline Road to Dead End - Estrada Concrete Company, LLC, lowest responsible bidder of nine - Not to exceed $495,800.00 - Financing: Street and Transportation Improvements Fund (2012 General Obligation Bond Fund) ($473,300.00), Water Construction Fund ($10,500.00), and Wastewater Construction Fund ($12,000.00)

17. 22-683 Authorize acquisition of a wastewater easement from Dallas Area Rapid Transit (“DART”), of approximately 5,382 square feet of land located near the intersection of North Central Expressway and Royal Lane for the Dallas Water Utilities Engineering Contract 16-351/E Wastewater Mains Project - Not to exceed $45,000.00 ($43,543.00, plus closing costs and title expenses not to exceed $1,457.00) - Financing: Wastewater Capital Improvement F Fund

18. 22-686 Authorize acquisition of a wastewater easement from The UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS SYSTEM, of a total of approximately 65,040 square feet of land located near the intersection of University Hills Boulevard and Camp Wisdom Road for the University Hills Infrastructure Project - Not to exceed $17,754.00 ($15,445.00, plus closing cost and title expenses not to exceed $2,309.00) - Financing: Street and Alley Improvement Fund

20. 22-751 Authorize (1) a Project Specific Funding Agreement with Dallas County, Transportation - Major Capital Improvement Projects (MCIP) (Project No. 30247) in the amount of $78,000.00 reduced by $28,000.00 for County in-house project delivery costs for a total of $50,000.00 and City of Dallas funding in the amount of $300,000.00 in the total project cost of $378,000.00, to develop public transportation improvements, including installation of a new signal and crosswalks at the intersection of Clark Road and Summit Parc Drive/West Ridge Drive to improve safety at this intersection along the Clark Road corridor; (2) the establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $350,000.00 in the Transportation Special Projects Fund; (3) the receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $50,000.00 from Dallas County for the County's share of the estimated project costs in the Transportation Special Projects Fund; and (4) the disbursement of funds in an amount not to exceed $350,000.00 from the Transportation Special Projects Fund - Total amount $350,000.00 - Financing: Transportation Special Projects Fund

21. 22-777 Authorize the (1) acceptance of a grant from the United States Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration through the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) for the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (Agreement No. CSJ 0581-02-158, CFDA No. 20.205) in the amount of $520,000.00 as federal share in the total project cost of $683,955.77 (Federal share $520,000.00, Indirect State $30,055.77, and City of Dallas participation $133,900.00) for costs related to the construction of intersection improvements, including left turn lanes, new traffic signal, and pedestrian crosswalks at the intersection of SL 12 (Walton Walker Boulevard) and Country Creek Drive in the City of Dallas; (2) establishment of appropriations in the amount of $520,000.00 in the SL 12 Walton Walker Boulevard and Country Creek Drive Fund; (3) receipt and deposit of funds in the amount of $520,000.00 in the SL 12 Walton Walker Boulevard and Country Creek Drive Fund; (4) a required local match in the amount of $133,900.00 from the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds; (5) disbursement of a portion of the required local match funds in the amount of $7,800.00 to be issued as warrant checks to TxDOT for State construction costs and other State direct costs related to the project (includes payments prior to construction; initial payment $3,900.00 and second payment $3,900.00); (6) disbursement of funds in the amount of $520,000.00 from the SL 12 Walton Walker Boulevard and Country Creek Drive Fund; and (7) execution of the Local Project Advance Funding Agreement with TxDOT and all terms, conditions, and documents required by the grant agreement - Total amount of $653,900.00 - Financing: Texas Department of Transportation Grant Funds ($520,000.00), Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds ($133,900.00)

22. 22-776 Authorize the (1) acceptance of a grant from the United States Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration through the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) for the Surface Transportation Block Grant Program (Agreement No. CSJ 0918-47-370, CFDA No. 20.205) in the amount of $4,000,000.00 as federal share in the total project cost of $4,186,984.00 (Federal share $4,000,000.00 and Indirect State participation $186,984.00 totaling $4,186,984.00) and no City participation (covered by a total Transportation Development Credits value of 800,000) for costs related to preliminary engineering, environmental, final engineering/design, and plans, specifications, and estimates, and construction of pedestrian improvements to include sidewalks and curb ramps in various locations at and around the Dallas Zoo Dart Station/Southern Gateway Public Green and system connections to the Perot Museum/Klyde Warren Park in the City of Dallas; (2) establishment of appropriations in the amount of $4,000,000.00 in the Dallas Zoo Dart Station at Southern Gateway Public Green Fund; (3) receipt and deposit of funds in the amount of $4,000,000.00 in the Dallas Zoo Dart Station at Southern Gateway Public Green Fund; (4) disbursement of funds in the amount of $4,000,000.00 from the Dallas Zoo Dart Station at Southern Gateway Public Green Fund; and (5) the execution of the Advance Funding Agreement with TxDOT and all terms, conditions, and documents required by the grant agreement - Total amount of $4,000,000.00 - Financing: Texas Department of Transportation Grant Funds

23. 22-867 A resolution authorizing the ArtsActivate 2023 Program, a project-based cultural support program within the Office of Arts and Culture to support art and cultural services in the City of Dallas for FY 2022-23, and approving the program guidelines - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information)

24. 22-891 Authorize and establish the FY 2022-23 Community Artists Program (CAP) and CAP Guidelines to provide artist services upon request by artists and non-profit organizations to teach, perform, and exhibit at host facilities in Dallas, to further the goals of the Dallas Cultural Plan 2018 and support cultural services in the City of Dallas - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information)

25. 22-915 A resolution authorizing approval of the program statement for the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)/Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (CSLFRF) - Nonprofit Assistance Program, as shown in Exhibit A, to provide financial support in the form of grants to Dallas-based nonprofit organizations that were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and/or by needs caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and that deliver social services programming to Dallas residents Financing: No cost consideration to the City

26. 22-931 Authorize the (1) application for and acceptance of additional grant funds from the U.S. Department of the Treasury (“Treasury”) for the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 Coronavirus Response and Relief Funds for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (CFDA No. 21.023) in an amount not to exceed $565,428.09; (2) establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $565,428.09 in the Emergency Rental Assistance Program Fund; (3) receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $565,428.09 in the Emergency Rental Assistance Program Fund; (4) disbursement of funds in an amount not to exceed $565,428.09 from the Emergency Rental Assistance Program Fund; and (5) execution of any documents necessary with the Treasury to accept and/or spend the funds - Total not to exceed $565,428.09, from $40,700,000.00 to $41,265,428.09 - Financing: U.S. Department of the Treasury Emergency Rental Assistance Program Grant Fund

27. 22-929 Authorize the (1) acceptance of additional grant funds from the U.S. Department of the Treasury (“Treasury”) for the American Recovery Plan Act (“ARPA”) Emergency Rental Assistance Round 2 Program (CFDA No. 21.023) in an amount not to exceed $15,167,703.22; (2) establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $15,167,703.22 in the ARPA Emergency Rental Assistance Round 2 Fund; (3) receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $15,167,703.22 in the ARPA Emergency Rental Assistance Round 2 Fund; (3) disbursement of funds in an amount not to exceed $15,167,703.22 from the ARPA Emergency Rental Assistance Round 2 Fund; (4) execution of any documents necessary with the Treasury to accept and/or spend the funds - Total not to exceed $15,167,703.22, from $20,090,270.96 to $35,257,974.18 - Financing: U.S. Department of the Treasury Emergency Rental Assistance Program Grant Fund

28. 22-916 Authorize the program statement for the ARPA Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund - ARPA Childcare Program, as shown in Exhibit A, to provide assistance to support Providers who have lost revenue, seen increased expenses such as: gasoline, food, cleaning supplies, etc., experienced staffing issues, such as shortages or difficulty hiring as a result of the pandemic and/or resulting economic and social impacts since March 3, 2021 - Financing: No cost consideration to the City

29. 22-870 Authorize approval of two nominees to serve on the Economic Development Advisory Task Force due to the resignation of two previously approved members due to relocation for work - Financing: No cost consideration to the City

32. 22-832 Authorize a two-year master agreement for the purchase of liquid dipotassium orthophosphate solution for the Water Utilities Department -Carus LLC, lowest responsible bidder of three - Estimated amount of $7,076,000 - Financing: Dallas Water Utilities Fund

33. 22-668 Authorize a three-year service price agreement, with one two-year renewal option, for executive and professional search firms for multiple areas of expertise for the Department of Human Resources with a total estimated amount for the initial term of $933,150.00, and one two-year renewal option in a total estimated amount of $311,050.00, as detailed in the Fiscal Information section - POLIHIRE Strategy Corporation in an estimated amount of $517,500.00, with one two-year renewal option in an estimated amount of $172,500.00, Confidential Search Solutions LLC in an estimated amount of $54,000.00, with one two-year renewal option in an estimated amount of $18,000.00, SENSA Solutions Inc. dba Korn Ferry Government Consulting Services in an estimated amount of $186,900.00, with one two-year renewal option in an estimated amount of $62,300.00, vTech Solution, Inc. in an estimated amount of $90,000.00, with one two-year renewal option in an estimated amount of $30,000.00, and Lincoln Leadership Advisors LLC in an estimated amount of $84,750.00, with one two-year renewal option in an estimated amount of $28,250.00, most advantageous proposers of nineteen - Total estimated amount of $1,244,200.00 - Financing: General Fund

34. 22-663 Authorize (1) rescinding the award recommendation to the service contract with Unicare Building Maintenance, Inc. for janitorial services for Fire-Rescue and Park and Recreation locations previously approved on June 9, 2021, by Resolution No. 21-1012, reducing the overall contract amount by an estimated amount of $937,401.24, from $21,759,957.05 to $20,822,555.81; (2) Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to the service price agreement with Oriental Building Services, Inc., next highest-ranking proposer, for janitorial services for Fire-Rescue locations - Estimated amount of $421,788.00, from $7,627,697.04 to $8,049,485.04; and (3) Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to the service price agreement with LGC Global Energy FM, LLC, next highest-ranking proposer for janitorial services for Park and Recreation locations - Estimated amount of $481,937.57, from $7,165,873.71 to $7,647,811.28 - Total estimated amount of $903,725.57, from $20,822,555.81 to $21,726,281.38 -Financing: General Fund

35. 22-852 Authorize the purchase of (1) eight night vision binocular devices in the amount of $105,880.00 and 80 protective gas masks with related accessories in the amount of $86,930.40 for the Police Department with Safeware, Inc. through the Omnia Partners cooperative agreement; (2) two tactical robots with ICOR Technology, Inc. in the amount of $113,190.06 through the General Service Administration cooperative agreement; and (3) ten traffic message boards from Intuitive Control Systems, LLC dba All Traffic Solutions in the amount of $177,648.00 through The Local Government Purchasing Cooperative (BuyBoard) agreement - Total not to exceed $483,648.46- Financing: 2021 Homeland Security-Urban Area Security Initiative 21-23 ($192,810.40) and 2020 Homeland Security-Urban Area Security Initiative 20-22 ($290,838.06)

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22-12 A resolution (1) designating the following as venue projects: an expansion of the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas, a convention center facility, and related infrastructure (collectively, the “Convention Center Expansion Venue Project”); and the acquisition, construction, and improvement of certain Fair Park Facilities and related infrastructure (collectively, the “Fair Park Facilities Venue Project,” and, together with the Convention Center Expansion Venue Project, the “Venue Projects”); (2) designating the imposition of a new hotel occupancy tax increase at the rate of two percent as a method of financing the Venue Projects; (3) directing the City Manager to send the resolution to the Comptroller for a determination on whether the implementation of the resolution will have a significant negative fiscal impact on state revenue; (4) directing the City Manager to place an ordinance on the City Council’s agenda calling an election on the question of approving and implementing the resolution upon the first of the following to occur: (a) receiving notice from the Comptroller that implementation of this resolution will not have a significant negative fiscal impact on state revenue; or (b) the expiration of 30 days from the date the Comptroller receives a copy of the resolution if the notice is not provided; and (5) authorizing the City Council, if the method of financing is approved at the election, to establish the Convention Center Expansion and Fair Park Facilities Venue Projects Funds - Estimated Revenue: Convention and Event Services Fund $1,500,000,000.00 over 30 years

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22-967 Authorize the approval and adoption of the eleven recommendations of the Comprehensive Housing Policy Racial Equity Assessment -Financing: No cost consideration to the City

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22-897 An ordinance amending Chapter 17, “Food Establishments,” of the Dallas City Code, by amending Sections 17-1.5, 17-3.2, 17-6.2, 17-8.2, and 17-10.2; to (1) revise the term mobile food establishment to mobile food units; (2) revise the classifications of mobile food units; (3) providing a definition of a mobile food preparation trailer and variance; (4) providing that mobile food establishments may visit their central preparation facility or commissary once a week if certain conditions are met; (5) providing that Class III and Class IV mobile food units may prepare raw poultry and seafood on the mobile food unit; (6) providing additional requirements for Class III and Class IV mobile food units; (7) providing a penalty not to exceed $500.00; (8) providing a saving clause; (9) providing a severability clause; and (10) providing an effective date - Financing: No cost consideration to the City (See Fiscal Information)

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22-102 Authorize the Dallas Public Facility Corporation to acquire, develop, and own Standard at Royal Lane, a mixed-income, multifamily development to be located at 2737 Royal Lane (Project) and enter into a seventy-five year lease agreement with the LDG Development, LLC or its affiliate for the development of the Project - Estimated Revenue Forgone: General Fund $154,817.00 (See Fiscal Information)

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22-105 Authorize the Dallas Public Facility Corporation to acquire, develop, and own Standard West Commerce, a mixed-income, multifamily development to be located at 1400 West Commerce Street (Project) and enter into a seventy-five-year lease agreement with OP Acquisitions, LLC or its affiliate for the development of the Project - Estimated Revenue Forgone: General Fund $319,213.00 (see Fiscal Information)

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22-964 Authorize an Interlocal Agreement between the City of Dallas and Dallas Independent School District to share in the costs of an independent consultant to assess the state of broadband Internet supply in Dallas, and to recommend long-term strategies for improving Internet access, affordability and adoption - Not to exceed $250,000.00 - Financing: Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund

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22-825 Authorize a one-year facility management services contract in the amount of $4,519,000, with four one-year renewal options in a total amount of $18,076,000, as detailed in the Fiscal Information Section, for the management and all operational responsibility of the City’s homeless shelter facility for the Office of Homeless Solutions with Bridge Steps dba The Bridge, most advantageous proposer of three - Not to exceed $22,595,000 - Financing: General Fund (subject to annual appropriations)

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22-721 Authorize a construction services contract for the construction of the Hi-Line Connector Trail along Victory Avenue and Hi Line Drive between the Katy Trail and Tinity Spine Trail- The Fain Group, Inc. lowest responsive and responsible bidder of six - Not to exceed $11,531,424.84 - Financing: Circuit Trail Connector Fund ($8,000,000.00) and Circuit Trail Conservancy Fund ($3,531,424.84)

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22-900 Consideration of appointments to boards and commissions and the evaluation and duties of board and commission members (List of nominees is available in the City Secretary's Office)

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22-902 Authorize (1) the ratification for payments to Dallas County for processing and maintaining City prisoners at the Criminal Justice Center for services rendered from April 1, 2021 to April 30, 2022; (2) Amendment No. 5 to the Criminal Justice Center Memorandum of Agreement with Dallas County; and (3) payments to Dallas County for processing and maintaining City prisoners at the Criminal Justice Center, pursuant to Amendment No. 5 to the Criminal Justice Center Memorandum of Agreement with Dallas County, for the period May 1, 2022 through September 30, 2022 - Not to exceed $13,763,216.95 - Financing: General Fund

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22-396 Authorize loan applications for four eligible projects to the Texas Water Development Board for low-cost financial assistance through the State Water Implementation Fund for Texas, in an amount up to $378,200,000, to fund construction projects including Elm Fork Filter Complex Phase 2 in an amount up to $127,400,000; Southwest Pipeline Phase 1 in an amount up to $73,300,000; Water Main Replacement Program for five years in an amount up to $170,000,000; and to fund the design of Lake June Pump Station Replacement in an amount up to $7,500,000 -Financing: No cost consideration to the City

Zoning Consent Agenda

Z1. 22-875 A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting an MU-1 Mixed-Use District on property zoned a CR Community Retail District, on the north side of Forest Lane, west of Greenville Avenue

Z2. 22-876 A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting an R-5(A) Single Family District on property zoned CR Community Retail District, on the north line of Canada Drive, north of Darien Street

Z3. 22-877 A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting an MF-3(A) Multifamily District on property zoned an MC-3 Multiple Commercial District, on the east side of Dallas Parkway, south of Keller Springs Road

Item Z4

22-878 A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting a Specific Use Permit for a child-care facility on property zoned an MF-2(A) Multifamily District, on the southeast line of East Side Avenue, southwest of South Fitzhugh Avenue

Item Z5

22-874 A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting a new subarea for MF-2(A) Multifamily District uses on property zoned an MU-1 Mixed Use District within Subarea 9 of Planned Development District No. 298, the Bryan Area Special Purpose District, on the southeast line of Bryan Street, northeast of North Carroll Avenue

Item Z6

22-879 A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for an MF-2(A) Multifamily District on property zoned an R-7.5(A) Single Family District, on the west line of South Cockrell Hill Road, north of West Red Bird Lane

Item Z7

22-881 A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for a Planned Development Subdistrict for GR General Retail Subdistrict uses on property zoned MF-2 Multifamily Subdistrict, P Parking Subdistrict, and GR General Retail Subdistrict within Planned Development District No. 193, the Oak Lawn Special Purpose District, at the north corner of Maple Avenue and Reagan Street

Item Z8

22-882 A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting a Planned Development District for MU-2 Mixed Use District regulations and uses including multifamily and retail and personal service, on property zoned IR Industrial Research, on the west line of Borger Street, south of Singleton Boulevard

Item Z9

22-883 A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting a new tract on property zoned Tract II within Planned Development District No. 87 with H/15 Winnetka Heights Historic District Overlay, at the southwest corner of West 10th Street and South Rosemont Avenue

Item Z10

22-884 A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting a new subdistrict on property zoned GR General Retail within Planned Development District No. 193, the Oak Lawn Special Purpose District, on the east corner of Fairmount Street and Carlisle Street

Item Z11

22-885 A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and a resolution granting the termination of existing deed restrictions [Z056-120] on property zoned a TH-2 (A) Townhouse District, on northwest line of 52nd Street, northeast of Corrigan Avenue

Item Z12

22-886 A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting the renewal of Specific Use Permit No. 1651 for a body piercing studio and a tattoo studio on property zoned Tract A within Planned Development District No. 269, the Deep Ellum/Near East Side Special Purpose District, on the south line of Main Street, west of Pryor Street

Item Z13

22-612 A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and (1) a CS Commercial Service District with deed restrictions volunteered by the applicant; and (2) a Specific Use Permit for a commercial motor vehicle parking use on property zoned A(A) Agricultural District, south of Telephone Road and west of Travis Trail Recommendation of Staff: Approval of a CS Commercial Service District, subject to deed restrictions volunteered by the applicant; and approval of a Specific Use Permit for a two-year period, subject to a site plan and staff’s recommended conditions Recommendation of CPC: Denial of a CS Commercial Service District with deed restrictions volunteered by the applicant; and denial of a Specific Use Permit for a commercial motor vehicle parking use Z201-344(KC) Note: This item was deferred by the City Council before opening the public hearing on January 12, 2022, held under advisement on January 26, 2022; deferred on February 23, 2022, and is scheduled for consideration on April 27, 2022.

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